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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 August 1840

u A. H. BTJCKNER, Ewtor AWP)pattToa. - ' -power is ever stealing fro th mart to the few." G B. PRICE, PusiisHxa. VOL. 7NlfMBER 44. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 356. TEKMS 82 50 if pud witWs taraa nooUu. S3 uu ir pud dimf Mm jmt. 83 50 if not pud darin tha nu, Subscribers bit diaeoatina tbsir Damn it ut lima by pyt for tba Uim tbey bava muitd tbara, mtJ err wmwT. Those who rabaeribe for a year, aad do not at the tima of sabacribiag, order diseoaUaaaaee at tba aad of it, will be considered aabaeribafa natil titer order the i i piper u am luppvs, uy pay au arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. -$1 00 per sqaare.for 13 linea or lata, for the firat bteer. tion, aad 50 eeats for each eontiniunca. CT Advertisements neat be marked with the Bomber er insertion that are reqaaatad: otherwise, they trill be eoottnoed till forbid, and charted accordingly. No variation from these rates in any ease. Advertisements from a distance, and from persona wiv hb we aave no oarreac aeeo...

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. — 15 August 1840

ou r--r. From the Globe. CASE OP LIEUTENANT HOOE. Every thing that transpires io relation to this case, proves that neither Mr.' Botts nor Mr. laliaterro were prompted in the course ney. nave pursued by a regard to the local laws or persona! rights of the South, which they maintain have been violated in the person of Lieutenant Ilooe. . . It was intended to answer the purpose of .political calumny and misrepresentation; and having attained their object, these faith -fid Representatives' of Southern feel in ' oourthern taws, and Southern institutions. 1 ' ' perceiving that any sincere and practical ""attempt: to ' settle the question they have themselves raised, would place them at issue witlr their friends and allies, the Abolitionists, are now .voting with that faction to smother ' all further proceedings on the subject, in the hope that, having now made all the use they " ever intended to make of if, the whole sub- - -pet wur be dropped, "until some new occa- lion may arise to mak...

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. — 15 August 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1840. 0 Since we commenced the publication of the remarks of Mr. Lincoln of Mass. we " have seen a letter of his in the National In telligencer, in which he denies the fidelity of the report of them which we publish from the ulobe. On examination we find that the difference between the report and Mr. L's. recollection of his remarks is more in words than in substance. Mr. L. has been induced to write out the speech entire from the notes of the Reporter, and when we re ceive it, we shall give it a place in our col umns, if we find any substantial difference from what we give to-day. w-Louisiana junction. vve have at last received information, that may be relied upon, Ihe Democrats have gained one member t Congress. In the 3rd district the resu'.tof which, has been to long a matter of doubt, the Whigs, have succeded by about ' 50 majority. The final returns we have not seen. In the New Orleans district the Whigs had a considerable increase, owing 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. — 15 August 1840

V ; ' u 1 ' ' til- POETRY. THE AMERICAN FLAG. XJ. B. DRAKE. Wbea Freedom froia her onnUin height Uofurled tier standard to the air, Sbe tore the axore robe of Bight, Aad wt the lUn of glory there. She mingled with iti gorgeoos die The milky baldric of the skies, Aad atriped iU pore celestial white. With itreaking of the morning lights Then from hit mansion ia the sou She called her eagle bearer down, And gave into bis mighty band, Xlie symbol of ber chosen land. Majestic monarch of theclood, Why rearnt aloft thy regal form. To bear the tempest tramping load And ee the lightning lances driven, When strifes U warriors of the storm, And rolls the thunder dram of heaven. Child of the ran! to thee 'tis given. To gnard the banner of the free, -To borer ia the sulphur tmoke, To ward away the battle stroke, And bid its blending shine afar. Like rainbows on the cloud of. war, The harbinger of victory! Flag of the brave! thy fold (ball fly The siga of home and triomp high, ' k. t b. i. 6i unm...

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. — 22 August 1840

WiDf Salt lMi)ft MmmmimJU:-r:'- A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "power is ever stealing 'from thb many to the few.' G. B. PRICE, Pdblishe. VOL.7 NUMBER 45. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1840. HWOLE NUMBER 357. TERMS $ 2 50 if paid within three month. $3 00 if paid during the year. $3 50 if not paid daring the year. Subscriber may discontinue their paper at any lima ty paying for the time they have received them, met mot wrraooT. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the and fit, will be considered subscribers until they order the piper to be stopped, and pay all arrearage. ADVERTISEMENTS. 91 60 per sqosre.fur 12 line or less, for the first inter lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. CT Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested; otherwise, they will be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No Tariation from these rates in any case. AdTertisements from a distanc...

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. — 22 August 1840

uu If I have not yet seen but one single (act and that not important or essential, which bas been given in these communications, de nied by the Whig press. I spoke, in a for mer number, of General Harrison as having been, in 1820, candidate for Governor ol Ohio, and receiving but 4,348 votes. The votes are admitted to be correctly given; but it is denied, that he was a regular candidate. It may be so, though, when 1 penned the ar ticle,! had not even heard it questioned. And if it be so, the inference I drew from the General's small vote for Governor is not sustained by that fact. The very same in ference, however, is fully sustained by anoth er, which no one will denv. General Har rison was a candidate " for Representative in his own countv in 1831, with four other gen tlemen, Messrs. Disney, Duncan, Burgoyne, and Uawes. Disney received 2336 votes, Duncan 1825 votes, Burgoyne 170C votes, and Hawes 1767 votes; and were all four elected. General Harrison received but 1497 votes, and ...

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. — 22 August 1840

THE JOURNAL.! SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1840. ELECTION RETURNS. The returns below wo take from the St. Louis papers. In some instances the majori ties are merely reported, and cannot there. fore be relied upon as being accurate. Rey nolds majority so far is between 6 and 7,000, nd the counties of Barry, Newton, Macon, Van Buren, Kipley, Taney to be heard from. These counties in 1838 gave a Dem ocratic majority of 1050 Counties. St. Louis, St. Charles, Montgomery, Boone, Marion, Cape Girardeau, Franklin, Cole, Howard, Randolph, Callaway, Audrain, Warren, Carroll, Cooper, I in coin, Terry, Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, Washington, Pike, Ralls, Lafayette, Scott, New Madrid, Lewis, Monroe, Pettis, Clay, Madison, Ray, Jefferson, Craw lord, Gasconade, Pulaski, Tolk, Buchanan, riatte, Chariton, Rives, Linn, Livingston, Caldwell, Daviess, Morgan, Miller, Clinton, Stoddard, Wayne, Green, Johnson, Benton, Shelby, Clark, Jackson, Clark. Reynolds. 2392 1611 639 495 343 230 1056 595 840 563 516 830 4...

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. — 22 August 1840

u u POETRY. "WE STOOP TO CONQUER." . This insulting motto, which wa borne so triam bantly in the procession at the British Whig Con tention at Baltimore, bat called from the pea of a private correspondent the following indignant rebuke. Let it be read and preserved JViss A'ra. THE DEMOCRATS REBUKE. 'Yob itoop to conquer renne the thought The lip that ipoke the hand that penned it ! Our country never shall be bought. Nor conquered, while tee can defend it: A bra vet the storm tbe mountain rock, Aa cleaver, the cloud the eagle's pinion, We'll meet oppression' battle shock, And triumph o'er oppression's minion Ton stoop to conquer!' who are you That from your mountain height descending, Break fashion's cob-web barriers through, And with the sons of freedom blending. With golden bribe and treacherous smile, Sow the vile seeds of rank notation. And with jour reptile slime deCle The temple of our Constitution I Too stoop to conquer J' stoop from what) High pinnacles of loft stations? What...

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. — 29 August 1840

A- It. BUCKNER, Editor aUd Proprietor. uPOWER IS EVER STEALING FRpS THB If ANT .TO- TB WW. G. B.' PRICE, PffBUSHIR- ' VOL. 7 NUMBER 4C. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUSTS, 184a WHOLE NUMBER 358. 50 if paid within three month. 93 00 if paid daring the year. S3 SO if not paid daring the year. Sutetrntera nicy discontinue their pipers at toy time y paying; Tor the time they hate received them, atrr Hot wmtoDT. - - Those who subtcriba Tor a year, and do not at the time dTnbceribittg, order a discontinuance at the end bf it, will be considered subscriber until they order the paper to be stopoed, and pay all arrearages, . ADfBRTUEMESTB, 00 pet sSTtsre.for 19 lines or leas, tor the first in ser tiotti and 30 ceats for each continuance. tT Advertisements most be marked with the number of insertion that are requested; otherwise, tbey rill be -eatuinoed till forbid, aad charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any cub. Advertisementa froai a distance, and from persons ' with wh...

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. — 29 August 1840

I 31 a El , M Mi D ' and the vsults and safes connected therewith, and to cause the same to be constructed and j prepared for use with as little delay as shall be consistent with the public interests, and the convenient location and security of the buildings to be erected; Provided, however, That if the Secretary of the Treasury shall find, upon inquiry and examination, that suit able rooms for the use of the receiver, gen end at Charleston can be obtained in the custom house now owned by the United States at that place, and that secure vaults a and safes can be constructed in that building ' for the safe keeping of the public money, . then he shall cause such rooms to be prepar ed and fitted up, and such vaults and safes to be constructed in the custom-house at . Charleston, and no independent office shall be there erected. Sec. 27. And be it further enacted, That for the payment of the expenses authorized by this act, other than those herein liefore provided for, a sufficient sum ...

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. — 29 August 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST S9, 1840. fp- We await to give further intelligence from oar own State, until we receive the of. ficia! statements which we may expect soon. Reynolds majority will no doubt reach 7000, and the Democratic mojority on joint ballot nr31 be about 16. Wheat is worth in St. Louis from 65 Ho 7S cents. ALABAMA, The whigs have gained several members in the lower House. There is no doubt, (however but, that the Democrats, will have majority on joint ballot. In North Ala Jnma, we have gained considerably in the popular vote, while in the South the whigs have had small accessions to their ranks. We copy the following from the Montgome ry Ad vertiser of the 7 tb, inst. From pHnt appearance, there U bo doubt bat -tbt th Deusoerutievote of Alabamt, on joint bal lot, will be soanewbut reduced. The difficulty bus ibaea, that it wa too large to manage. The strength of parties re the senate will be nearly balanced, bat la the Hoase of Representatives we shall bave the eon...

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. — 29 August 1840

If u i ! 14 1 POETRY. lir LITE IS LIKE THE SUMMER ROSE. Vylife it like the turner rote That o tent to the morning iky, Aid ere tb shades of evening close, Ii feat tired oa the ground to die! Yet oa that tow's bumble bed The aoftett dew of night are -ibed, . . , At though the wept tuck watte t.i tee, . But none shell drop a tear for me. My life it Tike the autnma leaf, That tremble in the moon's pale raj, : IU hold it frail itt data it brief Restless and toon to pan away ! Yet, whea that leaf thall fall and fade, The parent tree will mourn itt sbade, ' The wind bewail the leafless tree, ' ' Bat aone shall breathe one tigh for me! . . Mj lire it like the track of feet, Left upoo Tampa't detert ttand ; , Soonjat the rising tide thall beat, ' Their marki thall ? anitb from the taod ; Yet,atif greviout to efface All vettage of the human race, ' On that loae shore loud moauttbe sea, But none shell thut lament for me ! . From the Cultivator. Management or sheep No. 8. The theme I have chos...

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. — 5 September 1840

WW A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. 7 NUMBER 47. TEKMS $2 50 if paid within three month. $3 00 if paid during the year. S3 SO if not paid daring the year. . . Subscribers may discontinue their papers at any time by sarins; for the time they bare received them, but err without. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the tin of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end fit, will be considered subscribers until they order the aper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVRRTI8EME9TT8. f I 00 per sqoare.for 12 lines or less, tor the first inser tioo, and 50 cents for each continuance. CT Advertisements must be marked with the number ?l2ZZXatmLTAiaT?i '!'ri,.lJ'blniale white population of the United States. entinoed till forbid, and charged accordingly. No helicon thi - ... j r . c sanation from these rates in any caw. V V, " ei"hteen anJ f,,rty fi ve Adrertisemanls from a distance, and fro-n persons! "hen It IS Considered that the number ill oh whom we hare no cur...

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. — 5 September 1840

(JU touchstone to the heart i of men, when many of tbe toolett wen appalled, add tbe weak despaired of tbe Republic, Mr. Kins wa neither idle nor dii mayed. Ilii lore of country dispelled hit attach ment to party. In terms of tbe warmest tolicitmle and iaitraiiif of impa'rioned eloquence he remouitra ted, in hit correspondence with tbe leaden of the opposition, in thit State (New York) and ialheEait, on the folly, the marine.., and the ui'chief, of thi course; be contributed largelg cj his means to the loans of government; he mfnwrl confidence into the deaponriinr. and labored to divest tbe timid of their fear." HuUani, p. 134. It was to such a Federalist as that, Mr. Van Buren. after the efforts of a whole ses sion had shown the impossibility of electing JJcmocratic Senator, nnaiiy gave nis sup port. Was Air. Van Buren a Federalist! Three years ago. ilurinji the Iwllotings. for a Uuited States.Senator at Indianapolis, after Cdonel Boon's ran e was withdrew, and none hut Whijs remon...

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. — 5 September 1840

From the. Ohio Slatesrnin. GREAT AND OVERWHELMING MEE TING OF THE PEOPLE. s ?. The rush of the yeomanry of Franklin and the adjoining counties, on Saturday last, (for we can call it nothing but a RUSH,) to meet and hear the old soldier, RICHARD M JOHNSON, to bid him welcome among us. and also to meet and warmly creel our talented Buckeye Governor, WILSON SHANNON, and the great orator, and re vered an. distinguished Senator, ALLEN, the young, gilted, and able statesman of the West, was one of-the most cheering gather ings, of a free people, and the most raptur ous and enthusiastic assemblage of the unsha ken Democracy of the centre of Oliio ever convened here: and fully equal to any popu lar burst of the public feeling, we ever wit nessed in a-ty part of the Union. . la the ecstacy of our feelin.s, we were led to exclaim, What an evidence of the popu lar will what a rebuke to te malignant spirit of opposition, now pervading the coun try, have we here! ! The distinguished guests were ...

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. — 5 September 1840

POETRV. THE PILGRIM FATHERS. BT MRS. HF.XANS. Wilh two original Stanzas added. The breaking waves dashM high On a stern nnd rock-bound coast. And the woods against a stormy sky Their giant branches toss'd; . And the heavy night hunt; dark The bills and waters o'er, When a band of exiles mooi'd their bark 2. On the wild New England shore. Not as the conqueror comes, c: They, the trw-hearted came; Not with the roll of stirring drums ' Or the trumpet that sins, of tame; Not as the flying come in silence and in fear: They shook the depths of the desert's bloom, - With their hymns of lofty cheer. Amidst the storm they snnz; - And the stars heard, and the sea! And the sounding aisles of the dim wood rang " To the anthem of the free! Th ocean Eagle snar'd From Lis net, by the white wave's fonm, And the rockinsr pines of the forest roar'd This w.-is their welcome home: What sought they thus afar: - Bright jewels of the mine. The wealth of sens, the spoils of wart They sought a Faith's pure ...

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. — 12 September 1840

A. II. EUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "power is ever stealing frou the man to the few.' G. B. PRICE, Publisher. VOL. 7 NUMBER 48. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 360. TERMS $3 50 if paid within three months. . $3 00 if paid during the year. $3 50 if not paid during the rear. Subscribers may discontinue their papers at any time by paying tor the time they hare received them, but hot WITHOUT. Those who subscribe for 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. $1 00 per squire, for 12 lines or less, tor the Erst inser - lion, aud 50 cents for each continuance. ("Advertisements must be marked with the number f insertions that are requested ; otherwise, they rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from' these rales in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from person...

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. — 12 September 1840

WHAT SHOULD A FARMER BC. An important query this, and one that deserves to be welt pondered. We answer it thus: A Farmer should be Industrious. -In no de partment of life, without industry, can'any thing valuable or important be achieved. There is such a thing as an idle farmer, "true it is, and a pity 'tis 'tis true," but an idle, successful farmer, is something this world has not yet seen. No where is persevering indus try more indispensible than on the farm, and no where is well directed labor better rewar ded. When we say the farmer should be industrious, we do not mean he should be a slave. There is, among some farmers, per haps a majority at the present time, a fever ish anxiety to become rich, a disposition to go ahead, which renders rest impossible, and hardly allows time to eat or sleep such men are subject to a task-master of the most impe rious character, and one which they should make no delay in freeing themselves. The farmer can have, and he who manages his affairs wel...

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. — 12 September 1840

THE TARIFF. The whig are again talking about the Ta riff, to an extent and in a manner that shows that they intend if they can retrain the pow er, to fasten the old tariff of 1828, a second time upon the people. Tyler a id the TariT is the motto of their gaudiest nag the TARIFF is the watch word of a majori ty of their orators and newspapers. Here then we have a disclosure of principle. If Harrison is elected, we are again to have the privilege of pay in 2 two dollars per bushel for salt and nine shillings per pound for tea. If Harrison is elected,"every article which we eat, drink and wear, is to come to us loaded with taxes. Are our farmers pre pared for itt Are they prepared to be tax ed a dollar on every web of coarse cotton, and eight cents on every yard of calico, that manufacturers may grow rich with greater facility, and play the aristocrat with greater assurance! Is the farmer prepared to pay a heavy tax on every pound of iron and steel, which enters into the composition of...

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. — 12 September 1840

POETK V. From the Irisk Penny Journal. TIIE WORLDS CHANGES. 'Conlarini Fleming wrote merely. Tins " D'lsCAKU Till YoUNGES. The Solrmn Sbsdow that bears in his hands Tbe conquering Scj. the aud thelilass of Sands, Famed ouce on hi flight tthcre (he tuuiisc tbone On a warlike citj't towns of Hi. lie; And he a'ked of panoplied soldier near, "How long lia this forlresd city been here V And the man looked op, Man's pride ou hii brow The cilj stands here from the ages of old ; And as it was then, and at it it now. So will it endure till the funeral knell Of the world be knolled, . At Eternity's annals shall tell." And after a thousand jcars were o'er, The Shadow paused orrr the spot ouce more. And vettage of none of a city there. But lakes lay blue, and plaint lay bare, And the marshalled coin stood high and pale, And a Shepherd piped of love in a vale. "How!" spake the shadow, "can temple acd tower Thus Beet, like mist, from the morning hour?" But the Shepherd shook the long locks from h...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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