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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 19 September 1840

A. H. BTJCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "power is ever stealing from the mant to the few.1 G. B. PRICE, Publisher VOL. 7 NUMBER 49. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 361. TERMS $2 50 if paid within three month. 83 00 if paid during the year. $3 50 if not paid daring the year. Subscribers may discontinue their papera at any time by paying for the time they hare receired them, ut or WITHOUT. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end f it. will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS, f 1 60 per sqaare.for 13 lines or leas, tor the first inser lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. IT Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested ; otherwise, they rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with...

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. — 19 September 1840

hundred and fi fty millions of dollars, giving nothin but their own notes, without interest, in return. Deduct from this the amount of j specie they may have hail on hand, being about fortv millions of dollars, and it will leave about one hundred and ten millions of dollars in notes, without interest, on the amount of which they are enabled by law to collect from the community r.n interest not less-than sit percent, constituting an annu al . revenue of about SIX MILLIONS SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS; and this is exclusive of their loans ol depos itee -which were many millions more. Is there no special privilege in this! Is there any other class of the community whom the law authorizes and enables to make money without labor, and if not without capital, al to, to an extent double and triple what oth er! can make upon the same amount of capi tal to get into their possession the proper ty and notes on interest of other classes, giv ing for them notes without interest, 'reap ing where t...

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. — 19 September 1840

Lovk, Forgert, and Suicide al Vienna. I We have just received from our corres pondent at Vienna the particulars of a ro mance of real life so extraordinary, that were it not for the respectability of the writer we should be halt inclined to question the probability of the occurrence. luis Scotti, the head of a commercial house in this capital, some time since de camped, having previously commmitted a forgery-to a considerable amount. It was supposed that he had concealed himself at Pesth, and a warrant for his apprehesion had been despatched to that city, his property in the meantime, seized by his crediotrs. and his house taken possession of by a bailiff. Ear ly in the morning 01 the 1 5th "bcotti suddenly returned to Vienna, and knocked at his own door, at the corner of the great market square. The person in charge let him pass; but immediately he had done so, hastened to the first police station, to communicate the circustances of Scotti's return. About break of day the officer o...

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. — 19 September 1840

POETRY. I floor around, was newly clotted with blood; T TVJ J?f T (P TtlT but the woman continued insolently to deny Oi y Vy -U i d her cuilt, and accused the child of lying, in revenge for having been whipped the night before. This rasa assertion instantly con firmed her guilt, for it was quite evident a child of five years old could never invent such a story, and the burst of indignation against the mother lor her unnatural charge told the strong feeling that was already awa kened against her. The girl was still over come with terror and kept in awe by the mother's frowns, so that it required long per suasion and promises of protection before she would reveal where the money was hidden. At length she pointed to the spot, and the sum of thirty dollars was dug up, the misera ble amount for wbich a temale demon nad launched a human being into eternity The investigation was continued; the wo- i i . . . . , He dreams not of earth's loves or strifes, man was placed in custody, and the p...

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. — 26 September 1840

ill A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. mPOWER IS EVER STEALING FROM THE KANT TO THE FEW." - G. B. PRICE, PoBtiiBJ. VOL. 7 NUMBER 50. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 362. TERMS $2 50 if paid within three month. S3 00 if paid during the year. S3 50 if not paid during the fear. Subscriber may discontinue their paper at any time ; by paring for the time they bare received them, wrr Tbona who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order e discontinuance at the end fit, will be considered rabecnber until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVRRTIMEMKVrtk. SI 00 per quare,for 19 lines or less, tor the Erst tnser lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. a? Advertisements most be marked with the number of insertion that are requested ; otherwise, they v: ill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from thece rate in any case. Advertiaementa from a distance, and from person with whom we hav...

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. — 26 September 1840

uu And wliile these calls are impracticable for the country, the banks have no fear of their being made from the towns; because their inhabitants are mostly on their books, and there on sufferance only and during good be haviour. In this state of tilings, we are called onto add ninety millions more to the circulation. Proceeding in this career, it is infallible. that we must end where the revolutionary paper ended. Two hundred millions was the whole amount of all tlie emission of the old Congtess, at which point their bills ceas ed to circulate. We are now at the sum; but with treble the population, and of course ' a longer tether. Our depreciation is, as yet, Dm at aoout two tor one. irwing 10 tne support its credit receives from the small jreservoirs of specie in the vaults of the banks, it is impossible to say at what point their notes will stop. JNothmg is necessary to effect it but a general alarm; and that may take place whenever the public shall begin to reflect on, and perce...

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. — 26 September 1840

STARTLING DEVSTjOPEMEXT. : We are favored hv the Rev. Mr. Chirk of Fredricksburr, with the following letter from the Rev. Abel Erown of JWthninptnn, "Mass. It will lc recollected, that Mr. Crown with a moral coura,. for which he de-erves cre.it cridit, recently addressed n letter to Mr. ILillctt of frvto'i, in which he exposed the monocvres of Messrs. H. II. Harrison, Evan". Calhoun of Mass., nnd Judge Morris. But the following letter con tains developeincnts of similar movement", calculated to show the excesses which the whigs of Massnchtisets are committing, to promote the election f the Federal and Abolition candidate. Richmond Enq. CORRESPONDENCE. 'AV;.',7;?yj.'37f, Mast.) 1si Aug. l2-0. JVIr. John Clahk. "Dear Sir: Yours of the ITih inst- was received yesterday. I real it wish pleas ure, as it breathed the spiri1. of a gentleman and christian. You will appreciate this re mark, when 1 te'.i yon. thai I have now be fore me four letter?, received within a few days through the Post...

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. — 26 September 1840

. 'ATTENTION DEMOCRATS!! THE DEMOCRATS of the county of Lincoln ra teqneited to meet t Troy on Monday the 19th of October next. Tor the porpote of forming a Democretio Atociation- the object of which will be fully enlained on ti.iit day. Al to Of panne oor arWct t,f the great political conflict in November eqt. . '1 he Hoa John Jameson and other gentlemen will riri.e.,h mMtinr. Our Democratic biethrro of the ahjoimng eoantiea are respectfully invited to at od. MANY DEMOCRATS. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. N OTICE it hereby given that the undertigned i has taken nt letter of Administration on the estate of Edward T. McQuie, dee'd, from the County Coort, of Pike Co hearing date Aogutt 31. 140: all person, therefore, who have any claim arainst the ertate of taid deceased, are reqoired to exhibit the tame doly authenticated for allowance, within oiw year from the date of raid letter, or they may be precluded from having any benefit of raid estate, and If fucli claim' are not presented within t...

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. — 3 October 1840

mm A. H. BUCKNER, Editor ast Proprietor. POWER IS EVER STEALISO. JfROM THE MANT TO THE FEW. G. B. PRICE, Po BLISHKR. VOL. 7 NUMBER 51. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 363. TERMS $3 50 if paid withm three month. i Whiggerv io some places. Mr. Fay, teach- 11 iff pai.d lhe y.t"' er of the New Palt Academy, in Ulster co. S3 50 if not paid during the year. w v 1 . i -j Subscriber mij discontinue their papers at any time m a ,ate speech said: freemen by paying for the time they have received them, bdt jot Ulster county persevere in the work or wrraotrr. ... T0- have commenced co on for Harrison of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the PROPCCE rfform, BLOOD WILL FLOW paper to be stopped, and pay a U arrearages. THE SWORD OP FREEMEN WILL BR advertisements. ! UNSHEATHED; THE TYRANTS WILL 1 00 per eqoare,for 12 lines or less, for the first inser JJE LAID PROSTRATE AT OUR FEET, tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. ! j .;,. ,l ..,i.:i :.. IT Adve...

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. — 3 October 1840

THUS S CPA It TING AT ONCE, AXD FORVEVEIt, THE PUItSB AND THE SWOItD. IT IS, THEREFORE. EMI- AJiiNTLY IX ACCORDANCE WITH THE FREE AXD DEMOCRATIC SPIIt- 1T OF THE AMERICAN GOVERN MSNT. Yet this law is daily represented as a vir tual uniting ot the purse and sword! It is spoken of (;iy! even in public, by a candidate for the Presidency!) as a plot against the liberties of the countty a law actually giy wg Jo the Executive monarchical powers! Spirit of party! how dost thou blind man kind! How much of perversion and misrep resentation hast thou to answer tor! It is not my habit to put forth challenges, or provoke discussion; but this I will say. -1 . T ' 1 1 . . . mat i am reaay ana wuung strong in the cenviction of a good cause) to take up the affirmative of the above positions, on any fitting time and occasion, and maintain them as I may, against all comers. The third great principle of this law yet remains to be spoken of; specie clause, re quiring payments to and from the Treasury t...

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. — 3 October 1840

MAINE. The news from this state, is a little squal ly. The returns are as yet imperfect; but so for they show a considerable whig gain. The election for Governor will be very close, and will probably result in the success of the Whig Candidate by a small majority. The whigs will also have the Senate, and per haps the Lower House. BOWLING GREEN, Sept. 38, 1840. titrh has been the wish of the Democrat ic party of this county, so far as we have heard "an expression of opinion, that we should send a representation to the Conven tion to be held in Jefferson City on the 8th of October next. Accordingly a day was fixed upon, and notice given for a public meeting to be held at this place on Saturday the 26th inst. Unfortunately that was the day of mustering for all the militia compa nies throughout the county; and this fact was not ascertained until it was too late to I corrected. It was impossible therefore for our friends to turn out; and upon consul tation with those that were present, i...

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. — 3 October 1840

SOMETHING NEW IK THE LITEBABT WORLD. THE undersigned publishers of the "Bal t,d- Pf ippf.r-" are now making ex tensive arrangements for the publication of a Family Newspaper, to be called THE OCEAN, AXD WEEKLY CLIPPER. The first number of which will be issued on or about the first day of July next or soon-1 er, if possible. It will be printed on fine white paper, of a large size, and will contain all the choice Reading Matter of the whole six Daily Clippers, and r.o advertisements the whole forming one of the most desirable Literary Papers ever published in the State of Maryland. . The "OCEAN'' will be under the edilonal charge of JOHN H. HEWITT and JOHN WILLIS, Esq rs. the former well known as editor, proprietor, or principle contributor to fvprv literarv rjublication issued in this city for the last fifteen years; and the latter, long a contributor to various periodicals, but more publicly known since his connection with the "Baltimore Clipper." The extraordinary success which has...

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. — 10 October 1840

" : G. B. TRICE, Pcblwhi. -A. H. BUCK.NER. Editor and Proprietor. "power is ever stuuno from tub mast to the few. VOL. 7 NUMBER. 52. TERMS S3 50 if Pid within three month. S3 00 if paid during Hie year. S3 50 if not paid during the year. Subscriber may diaconlinue their paper t any tim by paying for the time they hare received them, but mot wnnocT. , Those who aubscribe for a year, and do not at tne time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers nntil they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. 9 1 00 per sqaare.for 13 lines or less, tor the first inser lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. ET Advertisements must be marked with the number r inHl.n. h an, MMiaeated : otherwise, the trill be .niini,ul till forhiH. and charred accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisement from a distance, and from persons vith whom we have no current accounts, must be ac companied by the cash, or so...

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. — 10 October 1840

a candidate in 1836, pledging him to the slaveholders. John M. Berrien, of Georgeia had a private letter from Harrison in 1836 on the slave side. A gentleman of Louisiana, or Alabama, had another ot these secret pledges to the south. Mr. Rives, or some friend of his, had another. These letters were concealed until after the Harris burgh convention, where, by another process, the voles of abolitionists in tbal body weie secur ed for the nomination of Harrison." "This was one side of the picture. He meant to be impartial, for he regarded niether par ty, and looked upon both as the enemy of ab olition. While these secret pledges to slave ry were circulating at the soutb, the opposite opinions were confidently ascribed to Har rison at the north, to secure the abolitionists. This double process of concealment had been carried on with considerable success bv Har rison himself. He Mr. Leavitt knew the lact that Harnson, since the recent nomina tion, and before, had gained much of their fav...

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. — 10 October 1840

u rc- r fOR THE JOURNAL. Mr. Editor:- I observe the names of se . rend gentlemen, brought before the public as suitable persons to fill the chair of the spea ker of the House of Representatives. It is an office of some importance, and it should be filled by a gentleman whose talents and character would give assurance that the da . ties of the office would be ably performed. I have no doubt there are several gentle men in the Legislature, who would fill the station creditably to themselves and the state, but among those whom I have heard spoken of, I know of no one so well qualified as Carty Wells, Esq. of Lincoln. I know of but one objection to Mr. Wells, and that is, Lis want of experience. This would be cu ring itself every day. He has never beea a member of a Legislative body so far as my information extends; but with this exception, Mr. W. stands preeminently above any of his competitors. His mind is of the highest order with a quick and ready per ception and an accurate and dis...

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. — 10 October 1840

POETRY. "MAN WAS MADE TO MOURN." Oh! man is like the leaves of spring The time of many flowers, When all at once, the glowing sun A brighter lustre pours. Like them, youth's passing flowers delight This child even of a day, Whom Heaven, though good and ill, hath 'eft Darkling to grope his way. The fates grim-Iow'ring near him stand, Whose life is but a breath; One points to peevish, cheerless age, And one to gloomy death. Short lived the fruit of lusty youth! 'Tis like the sunny ray, That warms the teeming earth and then Full quickly fades away. And when youth's gladsome hours have fled, And flowers all withered are, To die, is better than to live, Yea! surely, better far. Oh! many, many are the woes The heart of "man that tear, Domestic sorrows, and the pangs Which poverty must bear. One longs for children; childless still This man or sorrow dies: No child to bear him to the grave, No child to close his eyes. 'Mid heart-corroding, fell disease, Another's life is spent; Oil! lives n...

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. — 17 October 1840

mmft A. II. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "POWER IS EVER STEALING FROM THE MASr TO THE TEW.' G. B. PRICE, Publisher VOL: 8 NUMBER 1. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 365. TERMS $3 50 if paid within three month. . (3 00 if paid during the year. S3 SO if not paid daring the year. Subscriber may discontinue their papera at any time by payifg for the time they have received them, xrr pro frTrHOUT. .Thorn 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 13 lines or less, tor the first inser tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. 7 Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertion that are requested ; otherwise, they trill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from perso...

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. — 17 October 1840

-V. NEXT GENERAL ASSEMBLY. The following are the nnmes of Members elect to both I ranches of the next General Assembly. To show the political complex ion of the two houses, we have put the whig members in Italics: SENATE. From the 1st Senatorial District. composed of the counties of St. Chailes and Warren Win. M. Campbell. 2J, from Lincoln and Montgomery Jamct Finley. 3d, from Tike James Jones. 4th, from Marion, Lewis. Ralls and Clark; John G over and Stephen Glascock. 5th, from Monroe and Shelbv Joshua Gentry. Cth, from Callawav John Conner. 7th, fiom Boone and Audrain Sinclair Kirtley and Archibald Turner. 8th, from Howard Owen Rawlins and C, R. Scott. 9th, from Randolph and Macon Thomas J. Uorham. 10th, from Livingston, Linn, Chariton and Carroll Thomas Watson. 11th. from Ray, Daviess and Caldwell Josiah Morin. 12th, from Clay and Clinton J. T. V. Thompson. 13th, from Scott, New Madrid and Stod dard Abraham Hunter. 14th, from Madison and Ripley John Polk. 15th, from Cape Girardea...

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. — 17 October 1840

I t seem to be against us; let us not. for a mo ment, be discouraged. We stand upon Democratic ground; we stand where the mi'" of 1800 stood; we are their tin?, their onlj'i their not unworthy successor?. They struggled with difficulties lar creator than ours; their sky was infinitely darker; nnd yet they conquered. So shall we. if we are faith ful to ourselves and to the principles they bequeathed us: for now, as then, their prinH pics are identified with truth, and to Iit be longing, not only -tli eternal veirs of Go:-." but sooner or later, tin crow i of triumph. Repeated and long-con linued cheers. MAINE ELECTION". The accounts from this state aie still contradictory. Tbe Boston Post claims majority Tor Fairfield, (I).) of 104. whereas the wliis papers claim 103 Tor Kent. Tl.cro will be do knowing the truth nntil the Legislature meets who have the right to decide it, if there is not a maioritv of the whole Tote. The members of Corires will prohahty stand 44. QT The conference 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. — 17 October 1840

POETRY. The following lines are inexpressibly ten ser lhevare addressed D y a vounj' wile to a desponding husband: WEDDED LOVE. Come, rouse tliee, dearest 'tis not well To let the spirit brood Thus darkly o'er the cnres that swell Life's current to a flood; As brooks and torrents, rivers, all, Increase the sulph in which they fall. Such thoughts, by -atherinir up the rills Of lest-cr erief spread reiil ills; And with their gloomy shades conce 1 The landmarks hope would st'll reveal. Come, rouse thee now! I know thy mind, And would its strength awaken; Proud, gifted, noble, ardent, kind Strange thou should be thus shaken! But rouse afresh each energy. And be what heaven intended thee. Throw from thy thought this weary weight And prove thy spirit urmly great; I would not see thee bend below The angry storms of earthly wo. Full well I know thy generous soul Which warms thee into life. Each spring which can its powers control, Familiar to thy wife; For deem'st thou she could stoop to bi...

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