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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 11 July 1840

3 r; Sill A. H. BUCKJfER, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. 7 NUMBER 39. " : : : ZTTTTT. : r" : -. . . . , M POWER IS EVKR STEALING FROM THE MAJfZ TO THE FEW. BOWLING-GREEN, Mors ATURD A V, JULY 11, 1810. G. B. PRICE, PcausaiJu '' WHOLE NUMBER 351.- TERMS S3 SO if paid within three month. S3 00 if paid daring the year. S3 50 if not paid daring the jar. J Subscribers my diaeoatinM their pi pen at any lima by paying for the lime they have received them, ltrr nor witoout . Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end wf it, wni bo considered subscribers nntil they order the paper to be stopped, and pay aU arrearage. - ADVERTISEMENTS. siness is with citizens of other slates than his the result is bad, every way. Ii is bid to tlie own, and with foreigners that the partial x- public and to the country, which oses the tent to which the validity of state discharges .efforts and the industry of so many useful cauues is oi uttie benehi. an...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 11 July 1840

u u V TOK TBS JOURNAL. THE INDEPENDENT TREASURY, No. III. Mr. Editor He that will lake the trouble to dive beneath the surface of political events in the primitive history of this country, and who will attempt to trace effects from caus es, will not fail to perceive that the bold step taken by the sagacious Hamilton, was nei ther accidental or without design. It is uni versally acknowledged by his warmest ad miter, that Tie believed the British constitu tion with all its corruption, was the most nerfect constitution devised by the wit of man.. -H,e. openly and zealously owned the doctrine that men could not be governed ex cept by fraud or force, and that as a standing easy- was out ot the question, me oiner al ternative must be adopted. In the conven tion that formed our present constitution, he advocated the propriety of an executive for life, and a senate tor lite; and he thought that the states, as states, should be abolished. In bis estimation, " the English House of Lords was a...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 11 July 1840

PROSPECTUS - o THE , Salt Hirer Journal. Published at Bowling Green. Several causes have operated in inducing as to change the course of this paper. Not the least prominent of them is, that we have found that hitherto adopted, to be utterly in pracucawe at uic same ume, mat n ae prives us of the opportunity of doing justice to ourselves. Another, not less influential, is the desire we have to propagate our politi cal principles ana to aia mat party with which we are identified in sentiment and feeling. No period since the organization of the government has witnessed such a tre mendous effort of any party to get into pow er as that now making by the present whig party. Nothing is left undone to effect their object. Backed and supported by the whole moneyed and banking influence of the Un ion, and having a candidate for the highest office in the gift of a free people, possessing fmnciples to suit every meridian and every athude and selected not on account of his qualifications, but fo...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 11 July 1840

., ; : CIRCULAR.. v . ST. CUAKLfcS SE-HIXARY. TJI13 School - commenced by Mri. Allex, in the spring of 1837, and hit ainee that lima been in lueajasful operation under bar care. Tie ear is divided into twosrssrsa of five montba eact ; and the termi for a session are aa follows: Tuition in the Primary Class embracing Reading, Spel-ing. Element of Writing, plain Needle work. i S 00 '3awior Clou Reading, Spelling, Defining. Writing, Aritiieratic, Grammar, Gography and History, v .rv :. - 10 CO - Senior CUee In addition to studies of the Junior Class: . Bbetorie and ozereiaea in Transposition and Composition, Natural Philosophy, Cbemialry, Astron omy, KtemanU or Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Drawioc. Paiatinff and Ornamental Needle-work. ' .. , . 14 00 .Pupils, .received only for an entire aeaaion of fire 'xnonlbs or (or the residue of auch aeaaion. BvouDils who commence with the aeaaion, tuition fee to be paid m half in advance, and the remainder at the expiration of the half eetr...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 18 July 1840

r r -i t .....' 'ixoiTMvrj" 7TC7 ct t-crrc::-: i Ttti r-'.ii r.-y.i viAr 7-1: A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. VOL.7 NUMBER 40. TEEMS 83 50 if paid within three month. . $3 00 if paid daring the year. $3 50 if not paid daring the year. Subscribers may disconUnue their paper at any time by pyiC for the time they hare received them, but MOT WITH OCT. Those who subscribe for a year, "and do Dot at the time of subscribing, order discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers nntU tbey order the ' . paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. ' : ' ft 00 per aqnare.for 12 lines or less, tor the first iastr. - lion, and SO cents for each continuance. . ET Advertisements must be marked with the number of inanition that are requested; otherwise, tbey trill be - continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we have no current accounts, must be sc. eou...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 18 July 1840

u u RjSHT OF NBOKOES TO TOTE ABOLITIONISM. Missouri. question. This . chief citadel - of the aristocracy having been triumphantly carried, the Democratic members proceeded to the adjustment of the new and extended suffrage. Diversities of opinion as to details, of coarse prevailedamongthem;but they final ly agreed, with great unanimity, to extend this invaluable right to alt white persons who had resided in the State one year, and ix months in the county, and during that time contributed to the support of the Gov ernment, either bv Divine taxes, or by labor on the highways, or by service in the mil ilia. In the course of this adjustment a dimcul-j ty arose that threatened, for a time, the great- est danger to the proceedings of the conven tion, but it was finally arranged, with that prudence, caution, and etnciency wnicn so peculiajly distinguish Mr. Vas Buren's politi cal measures. The negroes, with scarcely ' an exception, adhered to the Federalists. : Their number in the city of ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 18 July 1840

- (Kr The fouowiog i Ukea from the address of Jodgs Jelqmtt oemMrr Congress, from Georgia, to his constituent, lodge C is a distinguished divine of the Methodist Church, and waa elected a whig . He baa lately repudiated Harriaoa and taken hi aland oo tha aioe 01 ih -noruieni man with Southern foelintn." .. One of the reason ho gives, ia tbo thorough identity of aoruern wnigisra and Abolitioniim. Hear bint , I will beg leave to present another subject . to your consideration, worthy of your seri ous regard a subject of vital importance to the who?e South 1 mean the subject of Abo lition. It is th blindness of stupidity, or me maaness 01 party, tor any man to doubt that the nomination of General Harrison was made with the view and for the purpose ofj obtaining strength by procuring the votes of Abolitionists. I he friends of General Hsr. rison say that he was nominated because it was thought he could obtain the most votea. Of this, I have no doubt; but the reason for believing he coul...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 18 July 1840

v5 C - . 1 CIRCULAR. 1 ! f ST. CHARLES ' SEMINARY. ': TfllS School was commenced by Mrs. Auk, in tb spring of 1837. and bss mac that lim been in aueasaaful operation under her ear. - -T eyar is divided into twosfssiiro of five month act; and the terms for a session are as follows: Taition in the Primary Class, embracing Reading, Spelling, Elements of Writing, plain Needle woHL Junior Clou Reading, Spelling. Defining. Writing. - Arithemtic, Grammar, Gograpby and History. Senior Clou la addition to studies of the Junior n Bh.iAn .nrl exercise in Transposition and Composition. Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astren- omy, Element or Moral and Intellectual Fhilosophy, nn.n p.;;nr.nl rim.mentalNeedle.work. . . . - M 0() Pupil received only for an entire suasion of five months or lor the residue 01 sucn toih. R tM,n;i. h commence with the aession, tuition fee to be paid sue half in advance, and the remainder at the expiration of the half teation. In all other cases ta advance. No dedactitn ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 25 July 1840

fit A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "power is evkr stealing from the mant to the few.' G. B. TRICE, Pdbusheiu ' VOL. 7 NUMBER. 41. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1810. WHOLE NUMBER 353 THE MISSOURI DELEGATION TO . THEIR CONSTITUENTS. Fellow-citizens: The crisis in which the country finds itself the extraordinary cir cumstances which have attended the trans action of public business, during the present session or Congress, and the impossibility of being at horns in time to communicate with you personally before the August elec tion, render it proper that we should address you in writing; and, as we have the satisfac tion to agree among ourselves in all the ques tions of public interest which concern you, we have concluded to address you jointly, instead of separately, thereby giving to you the sanction of our unanimous voice for all the declarations of opinions or of facts which we mav make, while sparing ourselves the labor of separata communications. The Federal and th...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 25 July 1840

u We cannot quit this subject without adver-j ting to a test which it is in the power of ev-! ery citizen of tire West to apply, and which shows that the present times are far belter than, those which we experienced' in the days of the national bank; it is the amount of the land sales at the two respective periods. We know it wss one of the consequences predicted from the dissolution of that bank, that there was to be no moie land office man ey to be had; thit there would be a cessa-; lion of sales a loss of revenue to the Gov ernment, and an impossibility on the part of farmers to obtain homes, we an nearu these predictions, and we have seen the re sults. We have seen, incomparawy, more land sold since the dissolution of the bunk than before it ; We have seen farmers su- plymg themselves with homes more easily than ever. We have all seen this; and a reference to the land office books in this place presents striking proofs to the same effect. We have made this reference, and find th...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 25 July 1840

MORE DISCOVERIES. The following article has been published in the Philanthropist, an Abolition paper in this city, on Tuesday last. We have, for some months, held the opinion that General Harrison had been giving the Abolitionists aecret assurances that he was favorable to their cause and the following disclosure shows that we did not mistake. The matter is now placed out of all doubt. The exposi tion made by the editor of the Philanthropist, in that part of his paper of Tuesday immedi stely relating to the communication of the General with him, precludes the necessity of ay futher remark trom us, than merely that the tergervisation exhibited by him in those communications must rob him of all confi dence on the part of the Abolitionist, with out advancing him a single point in the con fidence of the Southern and Southwestern States. To the article from the Philanthropist, in this day's paper, we recommend the nttention of all our exchange papers, particularly those of the North and ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 25 July 1840

u Time would fail us, fellow citizens, if wej undertook to give you full and detailed in formation on all the important subjects which interest you, and on which it would be our pleasure to communicate with you. We cannot do justice to aU these subjects, but must make a selection of the most important, and then treat them briefly. Growing out ofits contempt for popular understanding, are the numerous efforts which have been made to mislead and deceive the country, in relation to the men and measures, ns well as to the principles of the Democratic party. The most cross and absurd fabrications have been invented and circulated, with respect to Mr. Van Buren himself, all intended to deceive and impose upon the uninformed, and those most distant trom tlie sources 01 cor- rprt information. Nothinff is too cross, too false, and too stupid, to be invented and cir culated about him. Federal armgance be lieves that Democratic credulity will be weak enough, and silly enough, to swallow the wh...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 August 1840

mm mmt A. II. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "POWER IS EVER STEALING I'VLPX THE MAN IT TO THE JEW. G. B. PRICE, Pcmjshiiu VOL. 7 NUMBER 42. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 354.: TERMS $3 50 if paid within three month 83 00 if paid during the year. S3 50 if not paid during- the rear. Subscriber mar diaconlinne their papers at any time by paying for the time they hare received them, nrrj HOT WITHOUT. Those who euhscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order discontinuance at the and of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. $1 00 per aqnare.for 13 lines or less, tor the first inaer. tion, and su cents tor each continuance. . (7 Advertisements mast be marked with the number of insertions that are reqaested; otherwise, they rill be continued till forbid, and charred accordingly. No variation from these rataa in any ease. Advertisements from a distance, and from per...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 August 1840

; 1 1 A 3 DECISIVE PROOF OF HARRISON'S TAMPERING WITH THE ABOLITION 1STS. The Boston Tost of the 24th inst contains a very able and conclusive article, showing that Mr. Calhouns letter, communicating the ubstance of Gen. Harrison's le'.ter, through a friend, to the A'bohtionists of Massachusetts, was intended to bring him within the condi tion of the resolution of the society of his dis trict, and qualify him to receive Abolition 'votes, according to the terms expressed in it. - The resolution was as follows: "Resolved,. Thai no Abolitionist can give his rote for either of these men Van Buren or Ilinisonfor the office of President of the t United States, without coon evidence of a . fundamental chamre in their lonner views - and practices on the subject.' - Mr. Calhoux expressly alludes to this de . cision against Harrison on the part of his -Abolition fnends,and then undertakes to satis fy them by the account he gives of Gen. Har rison s letter to Ivans, that he had seen in . it "g...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 August 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1840. Democratic Ticket Tor August 1840. For Governor. Tuomas Reynolds. For Lieut. Governor. M. M. Marmadukk. For Congress. Johs Miller. John C. Edwaw.s. For electors of Pres'uL-nt and Vice President. 1st. District Abm. Biru, of Cape Girardeau. 2d do Edward Dobtns. of St. Louis. 3d do John Houux, of Ray. 4th do V. G. Merriwf.tiiec, of Pike. ftrWe arc authorized to announce MI CHAEL JONES as candidate for Assessor of Tike county, at the ensuing August elec ion. fJpOnr friends in the adjoining counties will, do us great favor by forwarding us, a statement of the lectios,to their icspective counties, as early a pos sible. MORE DECEPTION. . There isaa article going the rouods of the whig paper, purporting to be a portion of a speech delivered in New York, at the lute celebration, by the Vice President. The language imputed to Hie Hero of the Thame, looks very like to (be quarrel which was id to hare taken place between Col. Benton and himself. This it ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 August 1840

.y in 1 J Si ?1 ll It 57 POETK V. PASSING AWAY .1 Dream. by J. riEiroirr. Wu it the chime of a tin; boll. That came so sweet to my dreaming ear, Like tbe silvery tones of a fairy's ahell That ha winds en the beach, so mellow and clear. When tbe winds and tbe wares lie together asleep. And the Moon and the Fairy are watching the deep, She dispensing her silvery light. And he, bis notes as silverj quite, While tbe boatman listens and ships his osr. To eatcb the music that comes from tbt ehorel Hark! the notes, that on my ear that play, Are eel towordsiasihey float they say, "Passing away! passing away!" But no; it was not a fairy's shell, Blown on the beach, so mellow and clear; Nor was it the tongue of a silver bell. Sinking the boor, that filled my ear, As 1 lay in my dread; yet was it a chime That told of the Bow of the stream of time. For a boauliful clock from the ceiling bung. And a plump little girl for a pendulum swung, I As you hare sometimes seen, in a little ring That hangs...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 August 1840

mm aim A. H. BUCKNER, Suitor and Proprietor. 'power ,s ever stealing from the mast 'to the few." G. B. TRICE, Ppbush VOL. 7 NUMBER 43. BOWUNG " WHOLE NUMBER 355. TERMS S3 50 if paid within three moatha. $3 00 if paid daring the year. 83 50 if aot paid during the year. Subscribers may discontinue their paper at any time hy paying for the time they hare reoaired tbem, sirr Vor without. Those who subscribe Tor a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. SI 00 per sqnsre.for 13 lines or less. Tor the first iaser. tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. tT Advertisements mast be marked with the number t)f insertions that are reqaested; otherwise, they will be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we have no entreat account...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 August 1840

Third, That the great ' causes of hard times in this country are and have been over trading and over-banking. And Fourtli, That the tendency of every lead ing measure of the present and of the late administration, with the single exception or the State deposit? system (tried, found want ing, abandoned and picked up by the whigs) is an J has been to check over-traJing and over banking; and therefore to preserve the country from Hard Time?. V I- D. O. Postscript, It may be interesting to those whose recollections do not extend so far back & have not access to the documents to know the actual prices paid for western staples, under the U. S. Bank. InNiles's Register, December lC2J(t!ic U. States Bank :hen five years in operation,) we find quoted Flour ' - - $2 12 ' Hams - - 5 cents Iimi - - II cents Pork ' - - - 11 cents The Cincinnati Prices Current supply the following, in 1826 and 1827, under John Quincy Adams, and alter the U. S. Bank had been in operation 10 and 1 1 vears. Apri...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 August 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1840. e GL0RI0US"VICT0RY!! All Hail Old Pikk. She has put on the -Collar of Dehocract. We have carried our whole ticket, for the legislature by a triumphant majority. The real log cabin boys of "Old Pike,11 have spoken in a voice of thunder, to those who have been msult in them, with the disgusting mummery of haTd cider, log cabins, and coon skins. The final returns, for State and county officers, we give below: w w wo a 09 3 rv S3 cT r x 3 S. Omtruor. i- - 3. Reynolds, (D) 205 194 14S GUI 6T.I 62 Clrk, (W) 174 19t 19 t 133 3:l g; Miller, (D) 209 194 14 66 65 6:1 Edwards, 21)9 194 14? 65 65 6H Sibley, (W) 169 192'. 192 123 X 27 Samuel. 1C9 193 19 12- 33 27 RejnMrtatmet. FarMi, (D; 211 193 147 6i 6fi 63 CiTens, 209)2(13 14? 64 67 62 Emerson, 20- 192 150 77 6 63 S -(w) 10B 191 I9M 122 34 27 Lwdsey, 170 In? 194 ih 82 27 Bmntm, Jen 1S1 isa Jog 3) 07 Skerif. Nalley, (D) 197 igfi 140 4- 5 g.. Peoix. (W ijif. 19, l4Q 4rt jj7 Assessor. Jone, (D ) on:? 140 ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 August 1840

POETRY. THE BIBLE. Lamp of our feet! whereby we trace Our path,"vhen wont to stray; Stream from the fount of heavenly grace! Brook by the traveller's way! Bread of our souls! whereon we teed; True manna from on highM Our guide and chart! where we read . Oi realms beyond the sky! Pillar or fire through watches dark: Or radiant cloud by day! When wares would whelm our tossing bark; . Our anchor and our stay, Pole star on life's tempestuous deep! Beacon! when doubts surround; Compass, by which our course we keep! Our deep sea-lead to sound. Riches in poverty ! Our aid In every needful hour! TTncKnlren frw1r f th. nilcrrim's shade. VUBnwU awvna f , The soldier's fortress tower! Our shield and buckler in the flight ! Victorv's triumphant palm! Comfort in grief! in weakness, might! In sickness Gilead'sbalm! Childhood's preceptor! manhood's trust! Old age's firm ally ! Our hope when we down to dust Of immortality! Purn nrirlf nf truth Divine Unlike each fabled dream, Given forth from Delph...

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