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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 24 October 1840

A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. 8 NUMBER 2. TERMS $2 SO if paid within three month. 9 S 00 if paid daring the fear. 3 50 if not paid daring the year. BaWeribara may discealiao their papera at any time by aasiaf for the time they hava recened them, nrr or wrrvoirf. .... .1 Tboee who subscribe for a year, and do not at the tiaM feabaeTibinf, order a discontinuance at the end fit. will be considered subscribers antil they order the paper to be (topped, and pay all arrearage. ADTKRTISEMKVT. f 1 00 per eooare.for 12 line or leu, for the 6rt inaer tien. and SO aente for each continuance. CTAdrertiaeraenU moat be marked with the namber of insertion that are reqaerted; otherwise, they rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from the ralee in any eaaa. AdrertiaemenU from a distance, and from person with whom we hire no current account, mart be ac companied by the eaih, or some responsible reference la town. All letter addressed to the editors, must be ...

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. — 24 October 1840

II SUBSTANCE AND OUTLINE OF SENATOR DEXTOVS SPEECH, IN THE TEXOCBATIC CONVENTION AT JEFVER SON CiTT, ON THUR5D.AT, OCT. 8, 1S40. Mr. Benton said that lie could not rise to speek in any assembly of MissouMans with out expressing his thanks for the honor which they had done him in their repeated elections to the Senato of the United Slates. He had been elected for twenty five consecutive Years, (being the longest period for which any American citizen had ever been elected.) twenty of which he had served and had so served as to endeavor to show by actions, more than words, his gratitude to the State which had so highly honored him. He had re fused all appointments which would take him out of their service. Embassies, departments. had been ottered tolum,botii by ueneral Jack son and Mr. Van Buren: he might I ave been spending hi? time long since, and now, in for eign courts, or in a department at Washing ton; but he preferred the service of his kind and indulgent constituents, and remai...

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. — 24 October 1840

The official return of the vote etthe Ute electioo So this state thow the following poll for the candi date for Governor and member, of Coogress. It will be im that Keyaoldt' jority over Clark, it 7,413, and Millet't majority over Sibley it 8,369. The Total vote stands thus Reynolds 29625 Marmaduke Clark 22212 Ilosv Miller 20601 Edwards Sibley 21232 S.tmue'.s 29373 2'865 29394 21519 Th Contrast. Harrison and Van Bu rtn were both nominated ly Conventions. the one held at Harrisburg and the other at i Baltimore. In the Harrisburg Convention, there were many abolitionists, and it is admit 1 ted bv all candid men, that they forced Har risonon their associates as the Whig candi date this motlev convention of Abolition ' Tariffites and Binkites, broke up with out making any declaration of principles. Oa the other hand, in the Baltimore Conven tion which nominated Van Buren, there was not a single Abolitionist, or a single man in the least tinctured with Abolition not a Tariffite, nor a Ba...

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. — 24 October 1840

i BTATE OF MISSOURI, ) Coujitt or Put. In the Cottntj Court of the term of August, tu wit on the 18tb day of August, A. D. 1S40. SAMUEL E. ALLEN, Administrator of the es tate of William N. Allen, deceased, came and filed here io court bis petition for the (ale of the re al eitale of aaid deceased, or to muiih thereof ai n.y be sufficient to pay the outntaudiog debts ufsaid du-1 ceased remaining unpaid for want of personal assets which said petition is accompanied by an account of bis said Administration, a list of debts due to and by aaid deceased, and remaining unpaid, and an invento ry of tbe real estate of said deceased and of the re maining personal estate and its appraised value, and of all other assets in bis hands, the whole verified by his oath as required by law. And, thereupon, on mo tion of the aaid Samuel E. Allen, Administrator as aforesaid, it is ordered by the court that all persons interested in said estate be notified that a petition has been filed as aforesaid, wit...

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. — 31 October 1840

mm smu . II. BUCKXER, ElllTOR. AND PkOPRIKTOIU VOL. 8 NUMBER 3. POUT II Is l:KU STEAUN'i KfKJM THE Mr TO THE FEW. O. B. PRICE, PuBLIiHKR- 130WLIXG-GUEKN, MO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1810. WHOLE NUMBER 367. TERMS-2 50 if paid within thi-w months, . S3 50 if not paid during the year. Subscribe may discontinue their paper at any time jJFZSim. Um" ,he' h"" reCe'Ved them UT 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 ordor the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISED! EXTS. 00 per square. for 13 lines or less, tor the first inser lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. CT Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested; otherwise, they rill he continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. . r"u iT '. rom persons with whom wa have no current aecountM. must ha sc. 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. — 31 October 1840

dreJ pounds sterling; and then there were no contractions and expansions in the currency. France has no bank note under live hundred francs, (near 100.) and there specie is so a - hundant that the Banks of Engpnd had to ei o there last year and borrow two millions f terling to keep her from breaking. Holland and Cuba have no bank notes at . .1, nothing but specie and the commercial ."'11 of exchange; and their currency is the j est in the world. It is solid, safe, abun dant; interest moderate, usury and extortion unknown pi ices and wages fair and regular; business of every kind permantly good, or only affected by the general causes which affect trad and commerce all over the world. England has no note now under five pounds sterling (near $25;) but that limit is too small, as proved by her ebbs and flows in the currency her plenty one year and scarcity another her periodical expor tations of her specie and her resort to France and Holland for loans to save her banks from breaking. O...

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. — 31 October 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1840. The great question involved in the present political contest is emphatically, whether we shall have a Bank or no Bank? Often as this question has been settled by the people of the United States at the ballot box, it must be apparent to every one,that this is the real point in issue between the parlies. Concealed as it is by the whig managers, and covered up by the thousand and false issues made before the American people, a National Bank with its concomitants, a high tarifTand a splendid system of internal improvements is the real question on which the voters of this wide republic are called upon to make up their verdict. Have the people ever looked calm ly at the consequence of placing a party in power for the purpose of establishing a Na tional Bank? Have they ever thought seri ously of the danger of uniting the patronage of the government of the United States with that, that will necessarily follow the estab lishment of a great monied inst...

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. — 31 October 1840

(I I I I 1 1 i Hi ! v- 'li n 'if HI ! ! 'lis I if.-; J POKTRV. Here is a knot of tlie meanest of mankind t!.c very dioss of Farsaan life actually think their eaperin-zs worthy of being paid at a rate whirl, the liberality of a nation lias scarcely over oTered to their greatest benefactors. The noblest poet, the inst priifnund philoso pher, the prent.st mechanical inventor, the sjitist irMlt.Miit soldier, all v.oul. he ie;rarded is exorbitantly over paid by half the sum which these vnljrnr contributors to the It.dian opera think themselves entitled to demand, and hy the prodigal folly of fashion actually ohtain. Of mmse, it wool. I lie ridiculous to suppo.-e that all this was filial piety on the part of the terpischorc herself. The f-milv of the ;!ui c,,! was l;er s-hadoiv the J3G.000 was virtually tlir payment l'-r the sulatory exph-ifs of one exhibitor. iowwrs m:rn::t r.viiH:vi: j t iild icfrr ll.r iradiii; pulili.. li il Mine I'.ti- vii'iii.Jurv Irtlrr- I'll!)!!-!,! !! r i-ri.'i i...

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. — 7 November 1840

mm A. H. BUCKNER, Eimtor and Proprietor. "POWER IS EVER STEALING TRO THK A!U TO THE FEW. C. B. PRICE, recusal. VOL. 8 NUMBER 4. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 368. TERMS $2 SO if paid within three month. $3 00 if paid during (he year. 93 50 if not paid during the year. Subscriber may discontinue their papers at any time by paring for the time they hare received them, atrr or wrraooT. Tbo who .ub:r.be for a year and do not at ure, t,usnn(l men. tie most of it probably fit, will be considered subscriber, until they order the i by about filly thousand, many cif whom are paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. AOVRRTISEMEVTS. $1 00 per squire, for 12 lines or less, lor the first inner lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. 87 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, a...

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. — 7 November 1840

THE RESTORATION. In this country, as in all others, there "is a movement party and a conservative pany; the one favoring the advancement of civiliza tion and improvement, and the other for re tarding it, and checking the spirit of pro gress. The last rely on example and pre cedent, the first on principle and the lights of experience. Institutions originating in ignorance, injustice, or violence, having the recommendation of time, however inconsis tent with the spirit of the age, corrupted by abuse, proved by experience to be unfriendly to the general interests of humanity, are pertinaciously adhered to by the conservati"e party every where. Every advancement in civilization and in civil institutions, is regard ed by them as a dangerous experiment, an alarming innovation, fraught with the most mischievous and fatal consequences. Every step in the advance of the social condition of the human race, during the last two cen tnries. both in Europe and America, has been steadily and violen...

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. — 7 November 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1840. CCT VVe have not space now to publish any portion of the fraudulent doings of the whigs in Maryland, Philadelphia, New York and Ohio. Our papers come teeming with the strongest evidence that can be presented to the human mind, of the determination of the whigs to carry the polls by the most dam ning and flagitious frauds ever concocted by a desperate party. .We should not make this assertion if it were not capable of the most satisfactory proof proof that will force conviction on the minds of the most sceptical. The National Intelligencer, in sjxvikinz of the death of the Hon. m. S. Ramsey, says: "We learn that the deceased gentle man came to this city (Washington) in the tran of cars on Saturday iiinmini last. whence it appears, he returned to B-uYiin-'re in the evening train. Whilst here, he purchased a pistol at one of the variety stores of this city, with percussion caps for it, :ind pro cured some bullets to he ni 'iil J'-d." "OLD PIKIV ...

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. — 7 November 1840

POETKV. THE BIBLE. BT WILLIAM LF.OGETT. This little book I'd rather own Than all the gold and gems That e'er in monarch's coffers shone; Than all their diadems. Nay, were the sea one chrysolite, The earth a golden ball," And diamonds all the stars of night, This book were worth them all. How baleful to Ambition's eye His blod-wrun spoils must gleam, When death's uplifted hand is nigh, His life a vanished dream. Then hear him with his gnsping breath, For one poor moment crave; Fool, wouldst thou stav the arm of death, Ask of the gold to save! No, r.o, the saul ne'er found relief In glittering hoards of wealth; Gems dazzle not the eye of grief, Gold cannot purchase health; Cut here a blessed balm appears To heal the deepest wo. And he that seeks this book in tears, .His tears will cease to flow. Here he who died on Calvary's tree. Hath made that promise blessed, Ye heavy laden come to me. And I will give yen rest; A bruised reed I will not break, A contrite heart despise. My burden's ...

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. — 14 November 1840

A. H. BUCKNER, Emtor axd Proprietor. VOL. 8 NUMBER 5. "power is ever-stealing frox tub manv to' THE few." C. D. PRICE, Publisher. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 369. TERMS S3 50 if paid within three month. SJ3 00 if paid during the year. $3 50 if not paid during the year. Subscribers may discontinue their papers at any time by paying for the time they hare received them, but MOT WITHOUT. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at tbe 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 square.for IS lines or less, lortiie first inscr tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. CTAdrertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are reqaested ; 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. — 14 November 1840

FEDERAL FRAUD DETECTED- The following letter, ith the accompany ing documents, brings to light a most daring ' and vilanous attempt to stifle the voice of the Democratic voters of Baltimore, by the importavion of foreign hireling, who have no more right to exercise the privilege of suff rage in that city, than the blacks on the coast of Africa. This is only "e pluribus unum"' of many frauds of a similar nature, which the Federal party, in their thirst for office, have resorted to, but which time only will dis close. Atlas could bear the weight of a mountain on his shoulders, but who could stand erect under the weight of the accumu lated and accumulating sins of Federalism. Baltimore, Oct, 9,1 840. Dear Sir: 1 had a talk with our friends this morning, who informed me that you can send 500 men here for the Mayor's elec tion next Monday week. If you can possibly do so, use every exertion to do it, for as re gards the Mayor in Baltimore, it is all im portant to the electoral vote in the...

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. — 14 November 1840

u THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1340. The interest which has heretofore pervaded the pub lic mind in relation to the election! thnt have just ta ken plnce throughout the union, is for a time eclipsed bj the developcment of the fiandi committed in the elections in the city of New York in the years lb"! nd 1S39. Tbe gist of the evidence to far as it has proceeded, we lay before the reader as well the ex traordinary circumstances that have attended the in vestigation. At the lat accounts from New York it was still progressing, aud the whole city presented a theatre of confusion, violence aod wild excitement. Enough has been elected to know thnt the most high banded frauds haie been perpetrated in man J parts of the Union that ever were disclosed to an in dignant people. The rlective franchise hasbeen vio lated the palladium of our liberties has been de filed the ballot box has been invaded the most sa creJ right of freemen lias been trampled unier foot. Every American who loves h...

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. — 14 November 1840

II POETIf V. LINES Addressed by a Father to his Infant Sod od the day of lu baptism. TIion art not mine: both earth and Heaven Witnessed the ofT'rin"; and the vow The gift unto the giver iriven; Dear child, thou art Jehovah's now. Thou art not mine: Angels of lirht Spread caper pinions to behold. When with the eov'nant-sealin rite, I placed thee in the Saviour's fold. Thou art not mine: but His who came, A child to save younn children lost; Baptized into the sacred name Of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Tiiou art not mine: yet lent awhile To prove my faithful active love, To cheer me with thy infant smile, As nurtured up to joys above. Thou art not mine: and sweeter charms, And brighter smiles beam in thy lace, Since taken in the Saviour's anus, By promise made an heir of grace. Thou art not mine: though doubly dear, jow faith and hope have fondly viewed, In coming years thy godly fear, Thy temper changed, thy soul renewed. Thou art not mine.: no longer viine. Till time's swift stream...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 21 November 1840

u ill A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "power is etr stealing from tiik kant to the tew." G. B. PRICE, Poi lismju VOL. 8 NUMBER 6. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1840. WHOLE NUMBER 370. I: I. 4 TERMS $2 50 if paid within three month.. , previous been pursuing the lite of a seaman, ' S Sir JSttgE-. f?1 had th returned to settle in the vale of Subscribe may discontinue their papers st any time llls natVIty. He was apparently about by paying for the time they have received them, ot twenty-five years of age; his sunburnt visage, "."X.ah.crib.for. year, and do not at lb. lg added to the Stem- time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end ne.s vt a Constant frown, which thick, black fit, will be considered subscribers until tbey order the hair, and dark, heavy eye-brows gave to him. paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. , When Effie wbs introduced to him his frown M advertisements. ! relaxed, and he gazed on her for wine uio- ltt1Z'Fa? .Lnsi,ence- '!,he mai...

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. — 21 November 1840

1 I 5 ! Hi III n ii!' i i i e -1 A From the Baltimore Sun. Tn New Yorc Election Fraudr. More Testimony. By the iew York and Philadelphia papers we perceive that affida vits pro and coif in this case continue to multiply- We find among them the unsworn statement of Robert Looney of Philadelphia, in which he contradicts several of the state ments in Stevenson's affidavit; and says that Stevenson has raised "a monstrous super structure of falsehoods on a small founda tion of facts." He admits the receipt of $7000 in 1 838, but says it was to pay men for going on to detect illegal voters, not as Stevenson says, to vote! David Dora nee, keeper of the United Stales Hotel in Philadelphia, testifies, by af fidavit, that Glentworth was at his house for three or four days, before the New York election of 1838, and that he openly declared his purpose of bringing on men to detect il legal voters. N. W. Bridges, assistant of Mr. Darrance, testifies in the same way to the same facts; and to the 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. — 21 November 1840

u I-' THE JOURNAL. saturday, november 21, 1840. electioiTfraudsI Wo still continue to receive by the arrival of every mail, additional accounts of the most flagitious frauds having been committed by the leaders of the federal whig party in the election of state officers in several of the states of the union during the last three years, which fully justify us in the expres sion of our firm belief that the same system of fraud and corruption has been committed bv the same party to an alarming extent in most of the states in the late election of Electors of President of the United States. We now have incontrovertable proof of the fact, that the whig party have in several of the States, succeeded in defeating the Democrat ic candidates for office, by the importation of individuals from one state or county, to that of another, and by having deposited in the ballot boxes a number of ballots sufficient to control the election in favor of the Whig candidate, or candidates, previous to the p...

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. — 21 November 1840

POETRV. From Blaokwood' If agasie. A HYMN. Wiiea up to nightly skies we gue. Where stars pursue their endless'ways, We think we see from earth's low clod, The wide and shining ham of Cod. But could we rise to moon or sun, Or paths where pl.innets duly run, Still heaven would spread obove us far, And earth remote would seem a star. '"fia rain to dream those tracts of space, With all their worlds approach his face; One glory fills each wheeling ball One lore has shaped and moved them all. This earth, with all its dust and tears, Is his no lest than yonder spheres; And rain drops weak, and grains of sand, Are stamped by his immediate hand. The rock, the wave, the little flower, AH fed by streams of living power. That spring from one Almighty will, What'er his thoughts conceive, fulfil. And is this all that nmn can claim T Is this our longing's final aimf To be like all things round no more Than pebbles cast on time's gray shore t Can man, no more than toast, aspire, To know his being's...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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