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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 March 1841

XIIE HOO VS LICK Ti ll I N. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK II. GKE&N, Publishers and Proprietor!. T u ttn s . riHIS PAPER is published weekly, at $3 in A advance, or $4 at the end of ihe year. No paper will be discontinued butatihe optionof the Editors until all arrcaragesare paid and a failure W give notice of a wish to discontinue will be considered a new engagement. Kates of Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelvclines, or less, for thi Hist inseition, and fifty centsa squarefor each subsequent insertion. For one square 13 months, twenty dollars. ..Merchants or others advertising by the year, to the amountof fifty dollarsand upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of one third, where aregular agruBiiicui is uiucreu inio. Whore the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number ofinscrtions bcinirsne cified, it will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accor dingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as a...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 March 1841

'I I- tl ' v. From the Mndisuaiaii, March fell. Tff f : iAi'(;i riATio.. 1-hccviis';::v;uii'.in .-( iiio gw at p-illtlva! cofit-st uldch r-r-r.i.uis'.l !..!: n c. I. . . ; ' . f: ; :. the V.e i.a.a .- tr ... ' V. , f;".i'"i'": :i .. ik- :i : .1 i i" I.I i: j . ' , V ' . ' t w.; -t" a i.i : !...;.r, .1 t . t1-- r . A;:ii':.-i ('.:.;. of t . . f o:: , , ... ..J : r-ri't.-. : lip.: 1 'i a!V'i- L-: 1 , A. -If by 11 voJ .' I'll, il-.- nl l:,-:,.e.. ,:.:-.:,: -etv-. w-:r n-.-etve-: m ,,r'-V,-E::;Ts:n. iiv.t.vti. lit::.!,. 15.vwa:u. t..c . r e -e:, a a -..vo-! lo-vani no .(..,, (:,,T..........t c,u i .,fjl 1(.,k ,!;.., ' s,r"'-"- "i:t- "P lltn s,1r;('1 1,1 "dlioal the most fav..r-.!.!o imnr.-siou. u' ' 1?51' 1 iU.Aii l.l,r lli;v, seuroors ultraeled -n.-at atten "JVa !'' 5 "ony!-.3n!:i av!.-1;u..-.u-,v.-ll I enti- t!u; (..,riositv which in.iu,a at -e to e, its- o. m, y viu,! towards new-comers. eat.,ra yard the (.apt'el, c.i-.-!;: as h::! ll(.r, v..t 1,.l..l;l.,j!.,r inl.;:, a p;!t S1.v. .t...

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. — 27 March 1841

THE TIMES. F ,1 s; T T E : ! SAT UK DAY, MARCH 27, Vi. to oun un:-;ciiii):!;s. We di.likc to tlnti, but ro Iny; :ts we ourselves avc (bini-ed we must i!un our sub scriber.,. Tho fact is, i-yntk in .n, we have our mibsci i t i m i money or, shut up shop. There is no usrc in toilin;.r,iiieht i.nl lay, to fun.i:ih our friends with tl:c new.-, without remuneration, es)e..'it:!:y as cur jtt pcr, in!:, hoard bilb and Jo;i!'ti;viri; a'.s wp. ges, iScc, iworr u:; taid, '.vhciher wc receive any thine; iV"ia you or tii.t. Vv'e arc circumstanced differently from ahm si any other eliiss of mechanics our hills it re all small onis sce'.leret! about in all direc tions, and tho mr cent, in collection is double that of any other, and if, when we take the trouble, to send you our hills, you cannot pay tho small pit tance of four dol lars, why, then, as before mentioned, wc may as well clone ilo-irs. We supposed after the triumphant election of Gen. Har rison and after the bibor and money we expended...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 March 1841

Il.t.VK A OTIS tahlis, Corrected weekly from the St. Louie Republican. Pennsylvania. Rink of Erie, 3 to 5 c!ii. Luiiberman's bank, broken United States, (old and new) and Iran., par. Philadelphia banks, t'.u. Ail others, par New York. City Binks, Ail other, 2J to 3 pr. par 2 a 3 do, 1 to 2 pr brokci Maryland. All city bank, Baltimore, Mineral bank Cumberland, Eikton Bank, Maryland, Commercial bank Millington, Su'quchar.na Bridgo and banking Co. Ail irhers, no salt 1 to 1J pr. Louisiana. New Orlcns City bank. Clinton and Tort Hudson Rail-Road bank. ItentiicL) . Nnrthrn bank, Kentucky, Hmk of Kentucky, Bank of Louisville, par par do. do. no sale All other, Ohio. Cincinnati Banks, Rink West Union, Bank of Granville, Geauga Insurance Company, Hank of Galliopolis, Urbana Bunking Company, Hamilton and Rossvilis, Man Co. Manhattan Bunk, Most other.-. par 7 to 10 din. 7 to 10 dis no saie 5 dis. no sule do. do. S to 5 dis. Indiana, Stati Bank and branches, All others, Illinois. Stato Bank an...

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. — 3 April 1841

IHE IIOOA'9 LICK TIMES. JAM EG R. BENSON & CLARK H. GREEN, Publuhtn and Proprutort. t i: it n s . 'PHIS PArER is published Weekly, at 3 in L advance, or $4 at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the optionof the .uuors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to giva notice of a wish to discontinue will be tonsidered a new engagement. ItatCMol Advertising;. One doilar per square, of twelvelincs.orlcss, for the hrst irtseition, and iiity cenisa sqnarefor each stuiieqieni insertion. For i:ia quure 12 months, twenty dollars. iVIoMiiatit or others advertising by the year, to the amount of fif'y dollarsand upwards, will be en titled to a deduction or one third, where a regular iigroement is entered into. Wlmre the insertion of an advertisement is or durd, without the number of insertions bcinpspe- linsn, ll will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged foraccor- All advertisements from strangers, nswell as all orders for j...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 3 April 1841

From the Missouri Republican. THE NEW APPORTIONMENT. We resume the ici.tideraiturt of tiio anpor. llojiTreiit; ii )'!. by way of elucidation, and ns matter of reference, pulilisn the tunic promised in our'last. In this table, a column is added, containing iho free white male population over 21 years of age. This column is intended for the purpose of allowing the number of persons in eseh r.cw county, competent, by ae, to be. come parties to suits at Inw; as the remote dis tance which the inhabitants of the various terri lories prayed to be organized as counties, was the only argument used by the advocates of new counties, in the Legislature, which poss'sscd even the semblance of plausibility. The new counties are marked thus; and those informed on the subject, S3 to the propoition which litigants bear to the whole population, can now ascertain by calculation or otheiwise, what proportion of the 331 of N angua, ol the 331 of Cv.mk, of the 39S of Andrew, etc, stood in need of a court ...

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. — 3 April 1841

Tt Uct it for tny mart 130 or 200 miles off to Nt himself up as ft i rig over us, is idle and im. pertinent and lie will make money by e'teuding to liis own liu.iiness particularly', if lie has imy thing lo Jj wiih n Ii.inU. Wo are quito sure lint he will imikrt vo'ldng uff us. j our ii ikIlis oencve il? TIib DLMliorint no. lunlly advists our rendcm to discontinue the Ar. gus! If any of our friends hnvo a tuiiosiiy io sec the Democrat they uill find n copy of il in our counting room. A Utile picayune concern, ouip. ty as space, and worth about however wc will any nothing against the value of poor Qucsenber. ry'a pioperty, for heaven knows he has trouble enough to breath among the Junto. Oh, that the Democracy of Old Howard would rise in their majesty and throw off ti.e. chains of the office see. kers lha disgiace her abroad, and promote some of her modest men who do not make politics a trade! Howard owes it to herself, and to the S'ntii. The Bsuk cliquo had well nigh man rigid :he D...

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. — 3 April 1841

65i.i XOTE TABLE, Corrected weekly from the St. Louis Republican. rt':::8sylvauta. .ink of Erie, 3 to 5 dis. .-.intbcrmau's bank, broken United Stales, (old and new) and bran., 1U dis. Philadelphia banks, par All others, pur IVcw YorEi. City tkr.its.j Ail oritt-rs-, 2 to S pr. par i a 3 do. Ail city bitil; Baltimore, 1 to2pr. broken no sale Ho 1 J r. Mineral bank Cumberland, Klkton Uitik, Mnryhind, U.inmercial brink Millington, S:iqc)ianna Bridge and banking Co All o her-, Ne,v Orleau City banks, Clinton and fort. Hudson Rail-Road bank. Kentucky Norili-rn bank, Kentucky, Rink nf Kentucky, limk uf Louisville, par par do. do. no sale All others, Ohio. Cincinnati Bank', Rink West Union, Rink of Granville, par 7 to 10 dis. 7 to 10 dis no sale Geauga Insurance Company, R.ink of Galliopnlis, Urbana Banking Company, HitiiiU-in and Rossviilo, Man Cr. Manhattan Can!;, Must oilier, Iniiiaun. Statu Ban!; and branches, All others, lllinoi. Stale Bank and branches, Bunk of Illinois, Bink of Cair...

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. — 10 April 1841

Yin: hoovs lick TiMi;m. . . , i JAMES II. 13KNSON fc CLARK II. UHEEfc Publithtrs and Proprietor!. ll'ICtl. 1"UII.3 PArEIl is published weekly, at $:) in A advance, or $ 1 at tlio end of the yenr. No paper will be discontinued butatihe optionof the Editors until all arrcaragesaro paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be onsidored a newencagetnent. Kates of Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelvelines, or less, for lha first inset tion, and fifty cenisa squarefor each subsequent insertion. For one square la months, twenty dollars. Murchants or others advertising by the year, to the amount of fifty dollarsand upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of one third, where a regular agreement is entered into. Whore the insertion of an advertisement is or-dr-ri?d, without the number of insertions beingspe cilii l.it will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accor dingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 10 April 1841

-It J - . From tlia Glob. The following; correspondence between ihd 1-t'e Fkf-moe.nt ami Governor IAtnolds, has been politely placed in our hands b Governor AJillkr of Missouri, with per mission to publish it. Tiie address of the Legislature, nnd proceedings of tho mem bers in convention, by which they presen ted thn nnmo ot ol f.tr. Van uuhkn as a cindid-tte for re-election, havo ulrendy ap poar d in the Globe. City of Jolt, r.op, (Mo) I'eb. lis, 1841. J Cm: In obedience to u resolution of lie General Assembly of the S late of Mi3nut i. 1 have iho honor to transmit to you the en closed address. On the purl of the State of Missouri State which hae been free from the ib-lu-bioiis liiai hnve bronchi your opponent in to power, and which, in the h air ol peril. Ii is nobly sustained her Democratic faith 1 leel honored in being selected to oiler you this tribute of unabated confidence in tne wisdom, virtue, and patriniism that have marked your aJ:uiuisira;ioii. With i aliments of l.ejh r...

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. — 10 April 1841

f The pmtlitng of the shoo was no rcnson why it should not bo tried on. "It may be thought that a motive may exist tokceep un illusion '::i,ir wpih they (Vo psoplc) ui;ty le supposed to have acted in rotation to my principles and opin ions." This is a very delicate and cutting sarcasm. It is a sword of more than two edges, and in more hands than one. Every friend of the man who uttered it would be ready to exclaim, "Deluded!" and throw back the imputation with scorn on the heads of its authors. "The outline of principles to govern, and of measures to be adopted, by an Adminis tration not yet begun, will soon be ex changed for immutable history, and I shall stand, either exhonerated to my country men, or classed with the t.-.ass cf those who promised that they might deceive, and flat tered with the intention to betray." A bold position this, which none but those who are "armed strong with honesty" their masters. Wherein originated the annihilation of the National Eank, the do positc ...

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. — 10 April 1841

a r y . "w jiy I.. J. r f 8 T . I liave a passion for tlic nnuie of Mary," Sa ng "nop the greatest burd of modern time And no have T! 'lis not imaginary, And merely said tor sake uf spinning rhymo, I But honest truth lor I of praise am chary, Save when with tru'h mid honesty it chimes, But sooth to say, Hie name, I think, is pretty, Alike for country maiden and lor city. Maiiy! there's somethirg in the very sound That is, to me, exceeding sweet and soothing, When it is spoken as it should be round And full, clear toned, and without mouthing; And there's another thing that 1 have found, And well believed, thong!, sonic may think ii nothing: This sweetest name some magic power possesses , Each lovely owner that it adorns and blesses. 1 never knew a Makv yet, but what Had a sweet, amiable way about her An almost angel purity of thought, Freedom from envy, manners without hauteur, Kindness and gentleness, and all that ought Adorn and ornament Eve's every daughter Although, alas! that al...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 17 April 1841

UII13 BOON'S LICK TIMES. JAMBS R. BENSON it CLARK H. UREE'N PuUishtrt and Proprittori. t g iTira . rpm.3 PArEll is published weekly, at $3 in .1. advancB, or $4 at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued butatihe optionof the lMliljrs until all urrearagesare paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be considered a now engagement. Kates of Advertising. One dollar per square, oft welvclines, or loss, for tlio first inseition.and fiftycentsa squarefor each subsequent insertion. For one square 12 months, twenty dollars. Merchant or others advertising by the year, to tli amount of fifty dellarsand upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of one third, where a regular agreement is entered into. Whore the insertion of an advertisement is or dftred, without the number of insertions being spe citied.it will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accor dingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 17 April 1841

THE FRONTIER. The council and advice of eminent states men is tho legacy they bequeath their fel low-citizens; yet how frequently is it, that their opinions are remembered only to be disregarded, "In the midst of oeace vrenare for war." was the language of "the father of his coun try," a rule of conduct based upon an inti mate acquaintance with that country's re sources, moan9 of defence, and most vul nerable points of attack. It was the opin ion of George Washington, predicated upon the experience of his whole life, and dictated by tho principles of sound policy. Bearing, as it does, conviction upon its face, it is a matter of no little surprisc.that it should have been so entirely disregarded by our rulers. The late administration were culpably negligent of the real inter ests of the nation, in their omission to pro vide efficient means of defence for the pro tection of our territory. Our army has but a nominal existence our ships of war are unable to either fight or fly our fron ...

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. — 17 April 1841

1VILMA7I HENRY HARBI SON IS DEAD! Our palsied pen refuses a response to our feelings, and leaves us mute with the varied and commingled emotions inspired by tin intelligence from the National Metropolis. Too pure for earth, a great and good man has been translated to the society of Washington, and Franklin, and the kindred spirits of olden time, his exemplars while here, and his associates hereafter,' forever and ever. "Inscrutable and past finding out" are tho ways of Providence and it becomes the Christian to murmur not at its dispen sations and decrees. The God before whom he devoutly bowed himself, in pub lie and in private in his Inaugural Ad dress and in his chamber at the Palace had doubtless seen finished the great task for which he had destined him upon earth and called him to an inheritance more blissful and enduring than could be carved or pre pared with human hands, as the reward of a life which more than any other in its day had been given to his country and to tlu COOD...

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 April 1841

TUB DREAM OF LIFE. BV P. A. f . BARNARD. 'Twas but a bubble, yel 'twas bright And gaily dinced along the stream Of life's wide torrent in the light Of sunbeams sparkling like a dream Of heaven's own bliss, fur loveliness ' For fleetncss, like a passing thought; And ever thus such hopes as these. The tissue of my life is wrought, Fur 1 have dreamed of pleasure when "l The sun of young existence smiled Upon my wayward path, and then Her promised sweets my heart beguiled; But when I come those sweets to sip, Tliejr turned to gall upon my lip. , And I have dreamed of Friendship too, For friendship I had thought was made To bo man's solace in the shade; And glad him in the light, and so I madly thought to find a friend Whose soul with mine should sweetly blend And as two placid streams unite And roll their waters in one bright And tranquil current to the sea, So might our happy spirits bo Borne onwarcd to eternity; - But he betrayed me; and with pain I woke to sleep to dream again. And t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 April 1841

t m HUE BOON'S XICK TIMES. . r urn ixti tw nyi n 'rinrirfrn'i i' .-.' ':V -', TP It I -A:'' ' f fH!R PAPFR i. nnhli.hMl U-noklo at l ' V'X'. advance, or CI at the end of the year.. No 1 paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure '. to irive notice of a wish to discontinue will be con. aidered a new engi gemtmt. r . ; ' , i Katc 01 Aurer using. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first ihsertlon, and fifty cents a square for . each subsequent insertion. '. : ". i ;-,' V- For one square 13 months, twenty dollars. "V Merchants or others advertising by the year, to ., llie amount or fitly dollars and upwards, will be . ' :t1aJt J J . : r - .I j ...i - . nuMti.u w a uvuuuiiuu ui une iniru, wuerB a regu- . lay ln..n.inl ta n,Anj1 - .'.(" 't Where the insertion of an advertisement is or- , dered, without the number of insertions being spe- 1&A I, 1 1 L - : t 1 . l - J : . : t . I. .. proprietors) until fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 April 1841

'". Jl'. 1 1 ' . "".'! From the Lexington Express ' MrJpATfErtsos: la your last paper you have published an extract from a speech of Mr. isonton upon tno subject ot removals from office. I send you herewith an ex tract from the same speech, which has doubtless passed under his deliberate re v if ton, and which 1 request you to publish, tocrethef with the notice of it which a senso cf justice to myself has elicited from mc. And I respectfully request the St. Louis Nw Era and Missouri Republican, to give that notice a place in the columns of their journals. "In the Post Office Department in Mis souri, no removals have been made that 1 1 I now of, except for cause. A majority of the post ofiicos are now held by the Oppo sition, while they are themselves a minor ity of the State. "Thus, sir, stands the account of pro scription in Missouri, many of the best unices in the State being in the hands of the Opposition during their own pleasure, or until the expiration of their terms, and some...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 April 1841

five of them serving night years each and jot not ono of them has died during bis Presidency, xtpt the last, lie had been in office but one horl month, from the 4tli of March to the 4th of .April, when he breMhed his last, amid his prayers fur the success of the true principles of the Con stitution. The four Virginia Presidents who were living in Virginia, (all sorving out their eight -year) survived till the end of their terms, but flow are all no more. Three of theoiliers are still living. It is more wonderful, indeed, that more of tliein have not perished in ollice. than that Gen. Harrison should be the first to dio. The regret at his death eomes, perhaps, with a more awful fore, on account of its singularity. ' ' From the Missouri Argus. TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. When the Chief Magistrate of a Slate or Na tion diss, it it mete and proper that the people over whom he was chosen lo preside should suit ably manifest a sense of the loss sustained. Up on such occasions the politician ij lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 April 1841

THE SPECTRE WARRIOR. . On llis night previous to the baule of Lexing ton, strange warrior mounted on a spirited char ger, rode furiously through the streets uf some ot lite principal towns in the vicinity of Bustou, giv tng the intelligence that the British troops hail left that city on their march to Concord. He waited for no salutation no one knew liim but he give the alarm, und passed on. From the circumstance of the alarm being given in tmcli wide and various directions at the same time, in the same singular manner, and by apparently the same person, it was locked upon by many as interposition of Providence in buhulf of the Colonists. Such, nt least, was the trudition; and long was the spectre Warrior remembered, when the scene of "70 were recoun led by the winter's fire-side. Heard you not that war-!wro trampling! Heard you not that iron tread! When the earth and skies are darkling, Sounds like thoso might rouso the dead! Hark! that shout it swells to heaven, Loud as pealing th...

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