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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 17 January 1846

j lie Secretary of war, in hit annual re port, states that the amount of public prop erty committed to the tafe keeping of hit department, ii ettiinated at aeventeen mil lions of dolloisr and that is mostly desnos- ited at the national armories at Springfield, magsncnuseus, and at Harpers Jerry, Vir ginia, and in twenty-three national arsenals situated in various parts of the country. In all these, there cannot be less than a millions of well finished muskets, to say nothing of the other "engines of destruc tion," which meet you at every turn. About twelve hundred perfect muskets are turned onl every month, or nearly twenty-five thousand per annum. The number of men employed is two hundred and fifty; they work by the piece, and make from $1 50 to $3 35 par day, according to the skill and talent displayed. The bosses receive more. Common laborers are paid 1 per day. ' PUBLIC DEBATE. A debate will be held in the Baptist Church, on Tuesday evening 20ih, at 6 o'clock P. M. The subject o...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 17 January 1846

Professional Cards, -"ii i .-----. Doct. Win. Everett, 1'TAVING located permanently in Fayette, offers i JL his professional service to the citizens of the place and vicinity. Office on the public trquare, three doors above the store of Hughes, Birch Si Watd, where hecan gunnrally be round. Kesidence at Mr. Torode . Fayette, May 17, 1945. 10 ly. Doctor J. B. Alexander, HAVING permanently settled in the town of Fayette, would respectfully offer his medi cal services, in the various branches of his pro fession, to the citizens of Howard Counly. fcJ-Offiee, west side of the public square, be tween the store of Hushes, Bikch & Ward and the Sheriff's Office. Fayette, May 3d, 1945. 8 tf Drs. W. It. &, J. B. S.ELSO., Practitioners of Medicine, OFFER their services to the citizens of How ard County. ftT-Ofliceat the Fayette Drug Store.,' Fayette, Feb. 15, 1845. 49 tf. Doctor A. S. Dinwiddie, GRATEFUL for past patronage, still continues to offer his MEDICAL SER VICES to the citizens ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 January 1846

THE BOON'S LICK TIMES, tCBUMEDKItKlY BY BENSON & GREEN. w a Two Dollar in advance, or Tnati Dollars i ids ena 01 in year. RATES Of ADVERTISINO. Omi Dollai per square, of twelve lines or lest. or tbt first insertion, and Finr Cikts per square lur sacn auosequent insertion. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dared, without the number of insertions beintr see titled, it will be Inserted, (at the discretion of the publishers) until forbid, and charged accordingly. A'l advertisements from strangers, as well as al! orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some responsible and convenient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. 14. B. Coatis, Huntsvill. Wk. D. Malone, do. Union Academy. THE undersigned is permanently established as a Teacher of Children and Youth, at Union Academy, about three and a half milos west of Fayette. He is a graduate, and has had nearly fire years' experience in teaching; more than three or which, he has spent in the house ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 January 1846

Q from 1 1 li nut, near him, had said that a game was playing on (hit subject, and the gentleman from New York Mr. P. King had undertaken to tell ua what that gams was. He pulled out newspaper to ihow it to us. The article which he read referred only to one individnal J.Mr. Calhoun ond it was he who was playing the game for the prevention of such measures, but how, or with whom, was not explained. The gentleman, however, intimated that there was some duplicity in the movements against this bill. For himself he must say, that no ono who knew him, In his private or public capacity, could ac cuse him ol seeking Ins objects by any but the most direct way. Mr. King here remarked ih at he had but spo ked merely of a rumor. Mr. Rhelt. 1 will tell the gentleman what rumor says of him. Rumor says that this ques tion is agitated for the purpose of political embi. tion; that, in this pursuit of office and emolu ment, the gentleman's friends are trafficking with the life and liberties of the pe...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 January 1846

0$-W hup that those who are in the habit of denouncing all proprietor medicine, merely be- cau it i fashionable to do o, will pause knd flect ere they fat their unrighteous judgment opon Iliii great rtmrdy, (tha Hebrew, Plaster,) which ha done ao much for the relief of suffering humanity throughout the world. Can they be held blameless before their God, when, by their unhallowed acrtlon, thry deprive the suffering invalid from obtaining the treaiure of health which results from it use! It is incurring a fearful responsibility, and wa trust ere long they will turn from their false lights, and atnne for the past by pointing out to the afflicted the true source of health and life. O-For sale by Dr. Wm. R. Snetson, Fayette. Also, by R. P. Hanenkamp, Glasgow. ASTHMA, COUGHS, CONSUMPTION, die. We again call the reader's attention to that cele brated and most excellent medicine, Wistar's Bal aam of Wild Cherry. It reputation is spreading wrder and wider every day, and all now admit it to t...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 January 1846

Professional Cards, Doct. Wm. Everett, HAVING located permanent! InFayette, offer his professional services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. Office on the public square, three door above the (tore of Hughes, Birch Sl Ward, where be can generally be found. OrJ-Residence opposite the Baptist Church. Fayette, May 17, 1645. 10-ly. Doctor J. B. Alexander, HAVING permanently settled In the town of Favette, would respectfully offer his medi eal services, in the various branches of bis pro fession, to the citizens of Howsrd County. (Er-Office, west side of the public square, be tween the store of Hughes, Birch Sl WARoand the Sheriff's Office. Fayette, May 3d, 1845. 8 f Drs. W. R. & J. B. SXELSOIV, Practitioners of Medicine, O FFER their services to the citizens of How ard Countv. ffcrOificeat the Favette Drug Store., Favette, Feb. 15, 1845. 49 tf. Doctor A. 5. Dinwiddle, GRATEFUL for past patronage, still continues to offer his MEDICAL SER VICES to the citizens of Howard Count...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 31 January 1846

TUB BOOIV LICK TI51ES, rtii)mkt wttttT n BENSON ORE EN. ... mm Tllll. Two Domae in advance, or Tmii Doitaii M tat and of ihe year. BATM Off ADVMTIIMO. Out DottAt per square, of twelve liocs or lest, or the fir larartioa, tad FirtT Cinn pir square fr Meb subsequent insertion. Where tbe iotertioo of ta advertisement it or dered, without the number of insertions being- spe cified, it will be Inserted, (at the discretion of the ablishert) until forbid, and charged accordingly. A1 advertisements from strangers, at well at all rdera for job-work, mutt be accompanied with the cath, or a reference to tome retponilble and aaveoieat acquaintance. AVTHOBIIID AQKNT1. '. Bl Coatis, Htratsv ille. Wat. D. Maioni, do. CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI. MADE IN CONVENTION, AT THE CITY OF JEFFERSON. A. D. 1845, Wk; the people of the Stale of Missouri, by out dtltgalts in Convention assembled, ao ordain and estalluh ihe following Vtnnttutten: Aiitett x.Of Boundaries. i 1. We do declare, establish,...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 31 January 1846

.such caset, and in luch manner, as shall be prescribed by law. tt 15. The circuit court, as a court of chancery, shall have power to grant divor ces in all cases prescribed by law, to make such provisions for the aggrieved part), and the custody, support and education of minor children, as shall be just and equilo . Utt'a . IC. The supreme court and circuit court shall exercise chancery jurisdiction in such manner and under such restrictions, as shall be prescribed by law. 17. No person shall be appointed judge of the supreme court, or elected juuge oi the circuit court, unless he shall bs a citizen of the United States, shall be M least thir ty years old, and shall ha.ve resided five years in this State. 18. The clerks of the circuit and county courts shall be chosen by the quali fied electors of the county; and shall hold their office for the term of six years, and until their successors shall be elected and qualified; and for any misdemeanor in office, they shall be liable to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 31 January 1846

INVALID READER! A word with you in regard to the testimony of "Wimii'i Balsam or Wild Cmhbt." Have yen examined it attentively! Have you examined tbeeaeeeon record! Of the euree this medicine hat performed.' Have you remarked how desperate and almost hopeless many of them werel And how complete hae been the cure in every Instance! Have you noticed how many and respectable the persona who have certified to its value and efficacy! Have you observed the evident candor and good faith which characterises every case recorded, every certificate givenl If so, thore need no more be said to convince you that this preparation is the very thing to which you should resort if not, then you should sond to the agents and procure Dr. Wistar's Treatise on Consumption, peruse it and we have no fears of the result. Also see adver tisement. ; fcJrFor sale by Dr. Wm. R.Snelson, Fayette. Also, by R. P. Hanenkamp, Glasgow. ' ftirHeve you heard of Jew David's, or Hesnew FlastibI Its fame is rapidly increasi...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 31 January 1846

Professional Cards. Doct. VVm. Everett, HAVING located permanently InFayetts, offer hit professional service to the citizen of lbs pltee tod vicinity. Office on the public square, three door above the store of Hughes, Birch 6V. Watd, where hecan generally be found. . ft3Residence opposite the Baptist Church. Fayette, May 17, 1845. 10 If. Doctor J. H. Alexander, HAVING permanently settled in the town of Fayette, would respectfully offer his medi cal services, in the various branches of his pro fession, to the citisens of Howard County. G30flice, west side of the public square, be tween the store of Hubhis, BiRcn & Ward and the Sheriff's Office. Fayette, May 3d, 1845. 8 tf Drs. XV. It. Sc J. II. SXELSON, Practitioner! of Medicine, OFFER their services to the citizen of How ard County. (t-OtJiceat the Fayette Drugstore.) Fayette, Feb. 15, 1845. 49 tf- Doctor A. S. Dinwiddle, GRATEFUL for past patronage, still continues to offer his MEDICAL SERVICES to the citizons of Howard County....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 7 February 1846

XOE BOON'S LICK TIMES, joattsaiD wisur BENSON & GREEN. Km i. t'w DftltAM id advance, or Triib Dollars at the tod of the year. fUfKt OF ADTEBTISIHO. Obi Dolus per square, of twelve lines or lets, r the Brit insertion, and Firtr Certs per square fer each subsequent Insertion. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or iarti. without the number of insertions being spe- eified.it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the ablisbers) until forbid, and charged accordingly. AH advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some responsible and toavenient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AQKNTI. N. B. CoATts, Huntsville. Wta. D. Maloni, do. I'nton Academy. THE undersigned is permanently established as a Teacher of Children and Youth, at Union Academy, about three and a half miles wett of Fayette. He is a graduate, and has had nearly five years' experience in teaching; more than three of which, he has spent in the house...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 7 February 1846

THE TIMES. F A Y I! T T E I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1846. fjC7"The Eastern Mail failed on Thurs day. again. We have no new of importance from Vaahingtont since our last. THE CONSTITUTION " SANCO." The communication in to-day's paper, over the signature of "Sanco," is from one of our oldest and most respectable farmer cilicens; and it doubtless reflects the views and sentiments of a large majority of the in habitants of our county. As will bo seen by reading the communication, he designs continuing the subject and we bespeak for his articles t careful reading. We would remark in this connection, that our columns are open for the discus sion of the merits and demerits of the New Constitution. 1 here are many among us whose age and experience peculiarly fit them for the discussion of this subject, and it will afford us pleasure to lay the views of such before the public. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. The Constitution of our State, as Re vised and Amended by the Convention, is now before tho peop...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 7 February 1846

,DR, WISTAR'S GREAT UISCOVERY. It ii one Mid, "There it nothing rie under the min." Tbii has bee emphatically true in rsferen-e to medicine. Hundred of Pillt, Pant seat, Expectorants and Specifics of all tort have been puffod into notoriety all made mainly of the tame ingredient, adding no new material to the 'healing ait. But Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry furnishes a new medical agent a new principle evolved from Nature's own Deposi tory, It cures Asthma, Incipient Consumptions, Liver complaint, and all diseases of the Lungs when nothing else will. An honorable member of the Canadian Parliament, write that it has cured him of Asthma of ten years' standing. A. Wil liams, Attorney at Law, 58 William street, New xor, Das been cured of the same disease of twenty-four years standing. Mr. Cozens of New Jersey makes affidavit that it cured him of a supposed Consumption after his physicians had given him up to die; and so with hundreds of others. (rRemember we positively, in no case, ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 7 February 1846

Professional Cards. Doct. Win. Everett, I TAVING located permanently I r,Fayette, offers I I hi professional service to the citizens of tbe place and vicinity. Office on the public square, three doors above the More of Hughes, Birch 4. Ward, where hecari generally be found. 03-Reidonce opposite the Baptist Church. Fayette, May 17. 1845. 10 ly. Doctor J. D. Alexander, 1TAVING permanently settled in the town of 11 Fayette, would respcctlully oner hie medi cal services, in the various branches of his pro fession, to tbe citizens of Howard County. 0r"Ofllce, west sido of the public square, be tween the store of Hcghks, Birch & WARoand the Sheriff's Office. Fayette, May 3d, 1845. 9 tf Drs. W. It. Ac J. II. sl l,SO. Practitioners of Medicine, OFFER their services to the citizens of How ard County. (t-OHiceat the Fayette Drugstore., Fayette, Feb. l.r, 1845. 49 tf. Doctor A.M. Dinwiddle, IRATEFUL fornnst patronage, still continues to offer his MEUIUA I. NKK I lUZS to the citizens of How...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 14 February 1846

TUB HOOHP8 lick Tines, ,, ; ; tSSUSISD WIIILT it ' ' -. E ll SON dt GREEN. Ttre Points in advene, or Txais Dollars at in na 01 ma year. . . BATHS 09 ADVKBTHI50. 0i CotLAR pr square, of twelve linei or leu. nr the first insertion, tnd FitTT CiriTS per squar i er tico auosequent insertion. wnere in tniertion or an advertisement n or dered, without the number of insertioni being apt- einea, it will be inserted, (at the discretion or the publishers; until forbid, tnd charted accordingly All advertisements from strangers, ae well as sll orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the- eah, or a reference to some responsible and aoDTSDient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AOKNTSa ft. B. Coates, Huntsville. Wat. 0. Malone, do. Union Academy. FVTHE undersigned is permanently established M. as a Teacher of Children and Youth, at Union Academy, about three and a half miles west of Fayette. He is a graduate, and has had nearly fire years' experience in teaching; more than three of wnicn, he has spen...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 14 February 1846

tuttnn in the territories to which Russia and Great Britain have established their prefcrahhi right of colonization, that the United 8tatcs colonist has to plant demo cratic institutions in the territory on which his Government has . laid its hands. In point of equality, the claims of the Euro. ean colonist are iho stronger for irlCir nver-peupiea countries leave them i.0 op. tion but to emigrate, while within the set llemcntsof the United States, tr,e popula tion is insufficient fully to occupy the soil. The Polk and Monroe policy is the dog-in-the-maiigcr policy, of excluding Europeans from regions which their own countrymen will be unable to occupy for centuries to come. " It has its nriglnalin a bigotted political sectarianism, which can see nothing good except in its own political institutions, and Would compel all settlec in America to hdopi them. It betrays on the part of the Americans a want faith in the goodness if their own i-nstitutions if sincere and nmsistenl in thej.r ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 14 February 1846

LaU from Santa Fe. Tito Leiington Telegraph, of the 10th insl., says: .Messrs. lloucka. Beck and Hicks, the two former of Boonville, and the latter of Boone county, arrived here on Thursday last, from Santa Fe, hating left there on the first day of January last. They bring no news of importance; every thing wsi quiet at Santa Pe, the newt of the recent revolution of Parades not having reached there. They confirm tho news of the new tariff upon Merchandize. Wagons were charged $750 each, without regard to the quantity or quality of the goods they contained, and taggage wagons were charged tlfiO each. TO OUR READERS. Among our advertisements published this day the reader wilt discover additional evidence of the great value of Wistar's Balaam of Wild Cherry. We allude to the testimonial of John Wimer, Esq., la reference to the remarkable recovery of Mrs. Wimer from an almost hopeless consumptive disease. The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is wholly an innocent preparation conta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 14 February 1846

Professional Card. Doct. Win. ETerett, 1 TAVING located permanently inFa ette.offere i JL hi profeseional services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. Office on the public square, three doors above tbe store of Hughes, Birch & Watd, where he can g snerally be found. . (Residence opposite the Baptist Church. Fayette, May 17, 1843. 10 ly. Doctor J. B. Alexander, HAVING permanently settled in the town of Fayette, would respectfully offer his medi cal services, in tbe varioue branches of his pro fession, to tbe citis ens of Howard County. 0rOfEce, west side of the public square, be tween the store of Hcohzi, Birch Si Wisoand the Sheriff's Office. fayette, May 8d, 1845. 8-tf Dri. IV. K. afc J. B. SXELSOX, Practitioners of Medicine, OFFER their services to the citizens of How ard County. (t-Officeat the Fayette Drug Store. Fayette, Feb. 15, 1945. 49 tf. Doctor A. S. Dinwiddie, GRATEFUL for past patronage-, still continue to offer bis MEDICAL SERVICES to the citizens of Howard C...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 21 February 1846

111 XnC DO0X'8 LICK TIMES, .ir. J-' liihid wp.Eitr ar BENSON it GREEN. tJ ' Ttlll, To DoLtARi in advance, or Thbss Doliars ' at tht end of tht year. r, - KATES OP ADVBRTIBIXO. ''''0m Dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, 1 or the first insertion, end Fifty Cents per square 1 fur each subsequent insertion. r Where the insertion of an advertisement is or . daredi without the number of insertions being spe ; ified.it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the ' publishers) until forbid, and charged accordingly. A1 advertisements from strangers, as well as all rders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or areferenceto some responsible and convenient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. ft. B. Coates, Huntsville. ' W. D. Malonk, do. . . Union Academy. THE undersigned is permanently established as a Teacher of Children and Youth, at Union Aeademv. about three and a half miles west of Fayette. He is a graduate, and has had nearly five years' experience in teacning; more man ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 21 February 1846

THE TIMES. FAYETTE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1846. OREGON. The most important newt we have on Ihii tubject is, that negotiation have been re-opened by the British Government, by offering to our Government, to refer, with its consent, the whole matter to aome friendly power for arbitrament. The ref erence for arbitrement was refused by our Government, in any manner, shape or form and our title to the whole of the country re-affirmed. Accompanying this correspondence, is a letter from Mr. McLane, in speaking of which, the "Era" remarks, it "only con- firms what was before well known as a waiter of general news that the British government are strengthening their navy by the building of a large number of atcamships, and in other respects render ing it more formidable. It also communi cates tho facts that this is done partly with reference to the contingency of a rupture with this country, growing out of the Or egon controversy. But that the British authorities at the same time profess the...

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