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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 22 February 1840

A. II. BUCKNER, & F. II. JONES, Editors &. Proprietors. "AUDI ALTERA! . PARTEM. S. A. YAGER, Publisher. vol. 7xcraBEi: 19. COWLL-EO, flip.- SATUKf AY, I'UBJtUAUY 29, 1840. WHOLE IXOIBEIt 331. 1 r i . 4 i! 1 -1 TERMS S3 50 if paid within three month. 83 00 if paid daring the year. $3 50 if not paid during the year. Subscriber may discontinue their paper at any time by piying for the timo tbey bare received them, but HOT WITHOUT. 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 tboy order the paper to be stopped, and pay ail arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. 91 00 per square.for 12 lines or less, lor the first inser tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. T Advertisement must be marked with the number of insertions that are reported ; otherwise, they will be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. N variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and f...

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 February 1840

EXTRACT FORM GOV. MORTONS INAUGURAL ADDRESS. There is no branch of sovereign power more important, or more difficult to be exer cised, than the regulation ol the currency. It extends to all the relations of life, and reaches the personal interest of every man in the community. The great and leading object of government ever should be, to es tablish aid maintain a uniform end unchange able measure of value. Every change in the common standard of value, whether it be caused by acts of the government or of indivuluas, creates injustice, it euecis inequitably all the relations of society, and infringes private rights. Every contract should be considered inviolable. Its obliga tion was deemed worthy of the special guar anty of the Constitution of the United States. And yet every change in the currency, by increasing or diminishing circulation, essen tiallv varies the obligations ef contracts, and unrighteously affects the relation of debtor and creditor. An inflation of the currencv dimi...

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 February 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, XXBRT7ABY 22,184a (tt-uDus.ne,M shall Journal of next week. appear entire in the Fanners! read the prospectus of the Mis souri Farmer: to be published at Boonville, in this State, on the last pane. Several ot our friends having enquired of us, for a pen odical af this character, we would recom mt nd the "Farmer." to their patronage. We should suppose, that a work that will be a record of the experience of our best and most intelligent, western agriculturists, and at the same time select such articles as would be adepted to our climate .ndsoil, from Eastern Magazines, would be productive of better results to the fanning interest, than an agri cultural paper east of the Mountains. The nature of our soil, and even the character of our productions, are so very different, that a system of cultivation, adapted to Eastern fanning, would in many cases be injurious to us In addition to this, this Magazine is a h ojji; pro Indian, and looking to the great ag ricultural ...

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 February 1840

POETICAL. From Bartons Magazin : DISAPPOINTMENT. I've wandered oft with careless fret Where flowers were blooming bright and l.iir, And breathing perfume wild and sweet Up00 the toft and balmy air; Bat when 1 ttoop'd and fondly nursM One little plant with watchful rye, Soon ai its buds began to bnrat, 'TwouM droop and die. I've gazed at midnight on the skies, When countless planets brightly shone, While in my heart calm thoughts would rise, Inspired by their sweet light alone; But when I marked a star more clear, Or shining more serenely bright, Oft would a gloomy cloud appear, And Teil its light. I've bcaa surrounded oft by thoso Who while my heart was light and gaj, And no fond thoughts for them arose. Would pass before me day by day ; But when I leained for them to wear The smile to friendship ever dear, Then some far hand would win them there, Or death was near. O! when the youthful fancy dings A brightness OTcr days to come, And when the heart's imaginings Are all untouched by ...

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 February 1840

-TPS' liJ .? .v, rfiV'A'iS ifri A.A .vW 5r li Zlf ' " - jZJJr O N7 7 XX N7 XT' X "V7 V A'-II:I!NER1 ALTERAM PARTFM" . Editor & Proprietor. " VOL. 7 XVnBEK 20. ii(ivMA.-t;::i:!:, xio. satckday, fessimby so, 1840. WHOLE XUJUIER 332. TERMS $2 50 if paid within three month. t a gal as you'd see Letwixt here an J yonder. snS.-r'? du-fin,ba,r.ei.,r' Ephrairo Massy had used lo go and sec her; 3 50 if not paid during the year. Ii . , J r j i. Subscribers may discontinue their pspers at any time ', !le W:ls a Clever fellow, but he W3S dreadlul by paying for the'time the tare received them. ut Melius: Well, I went to meeting with P.l ut without. .,' ' '. ' tence,and sot riht before Nancy; I didn't Those who subscriba for a year, and o not at tb9!setli,v eves on l.rtill after meetin' she h-d time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end S" ?V eyef 0,1 l,er, Ui a'ter me tin, Site had of it, wilt be considered subscribers until tliey order the I a teUsr with her WllO had a blazin re...

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 February 1840

1' i. .1 y, nnd no intelligence was received Irom' he husband. At Inngth n stranger called at lie boarding house, bringing a letter 13 the; anxious wife from her abs.-nt partner. The, letter represented to the lady that her Ins-! band being detained by the business which j took bin) away, wished her to come to bin; immediately under the protection of the lie ir- j er. lier preparations were accordingly ina!-, her own and her -husbands bagjage safely packed and conveyed to the steamboat, and the lady departed with the supposed friend of her husband. This is the last known of the tady, the baggage, or the bearer of the letter. A day or two since the husband returned, and hastened to embrace his wi'c at the boarding houe where he had left her. No op?n arms w:re there to receive him, no glance of ji'l'Ttion, no gentle caress, no big gage, lie of course was tolj the circr.m stances connected with his lady's departure, lie had written no letter, he had commis sioned no friend, and his dis...

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 February 1840

1.) the candid, thinking portion, of t!ie demo critic party. Is it true, or not, that Gen. Jackson re moved the public deposites from t!e Hank ol tho United SSlatcs? (I want to hear no con temptable rpibbli.iii about the Secretary l.av done il.) Is it true, or not, that he placed them in the Stite 1' inks! Is il true, o. not, that the Whijis in and out of Congress as a party, and in a body, opposed their be-in placed in the State Bank?, as bein unsafe tlposilories, and calculated to confuse r.nJ destroy the currency? Is it true, or not, that the administration force I the measure on the Wilis, in spite of all their opposition? jiiv Idelyany man ol intelligence or vera city, to answer any of the above ipsesiions in the nei ative, and if answered in the r.!iirma live, then how d ire any man have the cfircnt ery, to call these banks Whi;' brinks?' If they were so, tlien why did the Wl.is op- pose tiie public unjs bcin u;m.-iit;.i in them? Does it seem reasonable t!iat a partv would opp...

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 February 1840

TIIC E3IPIBE STATE. The Largest nwspaper is new-torx. "TERMS Three dollars per ' 'two copies for Jive dollars. annum ok, The publishers of the Empire Slate, hav ing' completed their arrangements for the ilhiwar.c, withh jSAlarged'Se'riesof that paper, will issue on I ' 'J ,u 'J TL;..' i'..'. 1 ; n.u .1 t i "I" said estate. the largest newspaper ever published in . New-York. Having procuied new materi als where with' to -execute the printing in a style -of elegance unsurpassed by any other 'tewspaper and having also secured such aid in the several departments, local and vjjene'ril, literary and political, of the paper; as (q ensure its worth as a valuable family newspaper, the publishers offer it with en tire confidence to the patronage of an en lightened public, and a Till reliance upon their taste and discrimination for support. We have chosen the title of 'The Empire State;' asexprcsive not onlv of our attach ment to the interests of Kcw York, but of 4tre Union: for., whatever int...

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 March 1840

mmm A. If. BUCKNER, uAVTi ALTKRAlt FARTF.N. Editor At. Proprietor. VOL. 91. BOWLlXG-GItEEX, MO. SATII11DAY, MARCH 7, 1 840. WHOLE INT. TIBER 333. PROSPECTUS OF THE Missouri Farmer, To be publishel in Boonville Cooper County MISiSUUUI. rax lib subscriber proposes to publish at Boonville. Mo. a monthly paper to be devoted exclusively to Agricultural and llor ticural pursuits, and Mock-raising. He has been induced to issue proposals for the publication ol such a work by repealed solicitations from Agricultural gentlemen in this section oi the Stale which together with the growing importance of agiiculnral pur suits in Missouri, and the line stock, seem ing to demand its publication, he looks with confidence to the fanning community for patromge sufficient to ensure its success. the rapid population ol the whole region ol the upper Missouri and the fact that it must be almost exclusively an agricultral country, piobably more so than any part ol the Mite, must make the City ol tioonville...

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 March 1840

From the N. Y. Knickerbocker. I HAVE NO WIFE. By an old and incorrigible member of the Bachelor's Club. I. 1 have no wife! young uirls are fair. But how it is I cannot tcli, No sooner are they we J, than their Enchantments bid them all farewell. The girls God bless them! make us yearn To risk all odd:?, and take a wife, To cling to one, and not to turn Ten thousand in the dance of life. II. I have no wife who'd have his nose Forever tied to one lone flower, E'en though that flower should be a rose, Pluck'd with light hand from fairy bower! Oh, belter far the bright bouquet Of flowers of every clime and hue, By turns to chnrm the mind away. And fragrance in the heart renew. III. I heve no wife I now can change From grave to gay from light to sad, And in my freedom wiJe can range, Fret for a while and then ba glad, I now can heed a siren's tongue, And know that eyes glance not in vain; Make love apace, and being 'flung,' Get up an J try my luck again! IV. I have no wife and I can drea...

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 March 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1940. Dmxo is Rails XtrioxiL Road. Oa Sl-nitf Iat, Senator ATsDaniel in eomji'Unoe with the reqjeit of a numbsr ef tha v.-iters of flails, addressed the people of that C.nnty with the Tie of giving an account of "bin slewanUhidarins; the last anion of lha Legislature. Ha toadied opon bis course in ralatian to tha Branch Brank at Palmyra, dipped a little into general Politic, and dwelt at eooie length, upon tba vole of hie colleague Mr. Glaacock, andlbe members from Jfirien, on a resolution suVniUedby himsalf, praying, Csnjra i to bava the route of the N'ailoml road surveyed fron Sp.-infi;U, Illinois to Jefcrson City He annianced himself at a candidate for the Senale.anles ruled Jf the trmek, by tbe people, and at the same time avowed bis determination not to vote for tbe currency bill in tha shape in which it was introduced, in tba last session of the Legislature. II it allusion to tbe course of his colleague, brought out that Gentleman in explanation...

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 March 1840

TYTOTICE. -Ill persons indebted by note or Book 1 account, either to the late firm of WatU St Wh ite, r VV'jtu, Wliile & Co, are requested to coma forward O d mj.it settlement, as further indulgence cannot be t Ten. J. M- WHITE, surviving partner Feh. 8ih 1840-17-tf. of WatU 4. White. I' IN A L SE T TLEMEXT. milE undersigned, administrator of the estate of X Josiah Wells late of Tike county, Missouri. tlcceard, hereby gives notice to all concerned, or in .ay trite interfiled in raid estate. Hint the undcrsign d aduiioistratur, will make final settlement of aaid eatate, at the next May term of the County conrt of aaid county. JAMES WELLS, Adm'r. Feb. lat 134017-4. ORDER OF COURT. SS. STATE OF MISSOURI County of Lincoln, 1 In the Circuit Court fur May Teim 1840. Niniao II. Hardin, and) Margaret Hardin, his wire, Complainants. VS. Uadaaaab Boyd, John Armstrong, and Eliz abeth Armstrong, hia wife, JnnBoyd, Abra ham Boyd, David Boyd jr., and Wo. Boyd, Defendants. i On a Bill in Chanc...

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 March 1840

Sill A. H. BUCKNER, aAUM ALTERA If PARTEsT." Editor & Proprietor. VOL. 7XI7;tIBER 33. TERMS 93 50 If paid within three month. S3 00 if paid daring tba year. 3 50 if not paid darur the year. Subscribers may discontinue their paper, at any lime 7 W"g w urao iney Hire received them, "r WOT wmtocr. 1 Dose who eubacrtbe for a year, and do not at the ""cumsoi public money leil in me lianas time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end ( individuals will be misused and Squnnder- BrTo iXT8?"".'" nlU lhey ord"r 1 ed- II wi e't'r be used bv the individu paper to be .topped and pay aU .rre.r.ge ?, himse,f fof or loaned to ADVERTISEMENTS. f 1 00 per square.for 12 lines or less, for the first inser. - 11 - vkw cvnunuincc. 17 Advertisements mast be marked with the number uon, ana ao cents tor each eontinoanee. of insertion that are requested; otherwise, they cill be omiuiiiku uu ioruia, ana cnarged accordingly. Me variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance...

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 March 1840

liumble member, through their chairman had made a most able report, the principles of which were applauded ly the whole party, and by tntr Suite in particular. ' Upon them, mainly, General JaeSson came into power; he L'ave tht-m his solemn sanction in his in augural aii.livss. m pcsen re of thoman Is of twice ciected after witnesses. I had been "iy. opini.ui were well kiuwn upon this sub-1 much more in want of it. ject, and u.-, when I endeavor faithfully to J Your honorable body may be satisfied that carry them out, to be un'ualijixlty condemn-1 a majority of our citizens are willing to re cJTorcIoinz so, and that by those who then ! linquish their intercut in this fund, but I am jtmfosted to think as 1 sincerely did, was what I did not anticipate. I am sure that, upon this suject, my practice has correspond ed with my professions. Still, 1 should feel degraded if 1 were to pronounce any old as sociate a traitor, or liken him to Benedict Arnold, because at this time he with me in 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. — 14 March 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 1 1340. We shiil, occasionally be uadsr the ne cesity of publishing portions of some of the many letters that are written at Washington, giving ths proceedings of Congress, in order to present to our readers the earliest infor mation from that body. Since the notori ous Mathew L. Davis, the companion and biographer of Burr, commenced his lucubra tions, as a regular correspondent, and letter writer, to the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, in 1333 -31, ovc c signature of the Spy in Wellington, this class of literalt, has been annually increasing, uT.il now most6f the Urge news-paper establishments of tho East, and many of the western, have their correspondents, at Washington who report to them the latest intelligence, from the Metropolis. If they confined their labors, simply to reporting, tfie proceedings of Congress and sifting the chiT from the grain, would present to their readers, a sum mary of whatever of intrest might occur, they would certainly prove va...

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 March 1840

F. H. JONES, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Imw, Bowlino-Gikch, Mo. OFFICE at tie Eagle Hotel. February lit 1640. TUP. il.a.riKor liirmrr nt Vnlmvra. has full blooded Irish Boar, a little over one year old, whoso grand pitrems, were iiniiuncu from Ireland a lew years ago, by a Mr. Greer, now living near Jacksonville Illinois, which he will dispose of; he sprang from a pair of pies that Mr. Butterworth of this county, (Marion,) bought from Mr. Greer: he will ex change him for 20 sow pigs one month old; of the following breeds, Bifield, China, Gra zier, Guinea, or other breeds equally thrifty, but they must be full blood, or a mixture be tween the different hreeds of the lull blood. There has been many hogs brought from Il linois, and sold here under the name of Irish, that are very little akin to Irish, their ap- Eearance being nothing like that of lie full lood If any person will take the trouble to go and examine Mr. Butterwortli's pair, now a little rising two years old, and which are...

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. — 21 March 1840

sis 1 A. II. BUCKNER, Editor & Proprietor. "audi alteram paiitesi." G. B. PRICE, Publisher. VOL,. 2. nOWLIXCGREE IffO. SATURDAY, MARCH 81, 1 8 10. WHOLE IV UMBER 35. TERMS $2 50 if paid withio Uires month. S!3 00 if paid during the year. 83 50 if not paid during the year. Subscriber may discontinue their paperi at any time by paying for the time they have received them, but hot wrraocT. Tboee who subscribe for year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers nntil tbey order ths piper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENT. $1 00 per sqnare.for 13 lines or lees, for the first inser. Hon, and ou cents lor each aontianancej .. A tT Advertisements must be marked with the number 'CSTlSriV'V t"""5 othry-rt ther wriU b . VJwisiiiatd till forbid, and euarged accordingly. No riaifcn fr. ri ..rr. Advertisements from a distance, and from "persons j wnn wnom we nave no current accounts, musi oe ac in town. r-...

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 March 1840

Can any man, in fober earnest, compare the influence which the executive will ac quire under this bill, by the appointment of lour receivers general of public money, win that over this affiliated league of state banks, which he now desires to abandon? Think ye, sir, that, if any of the leading officers of government, or any of the favored minions ef executive power, had desired a lotn from one of these banks, he would have asked in ...: it i.. .1 : j j. i ., (..it vaiui J UUCI U1C lliucpcaucui licasutjr uui, such favors can never be extended without ubjectin both the officer granting them and the recipient to punishment in the peniten tiary! The Senator Complains that the power of removal from office should exist in the presi- Oent, and says that he is not at all satisfied with the argument in the first Congress on which it was rested. This power has been exercised, without interruption, ever since 1789. It is not, then, a recent usurpation. The first Congress of the United States w...

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 March 1840

THE JOURNAL. SATPBPAY. ligAItOH 21, 1849; Tlie signs of the times plainly indicate that khe nation is again to be convulsed by the ni- at hnnd, when by the terms of tlie compro mise act, it will be open to legislation, and he is blind to pxssin-j events, who does not see that the manufacturers of the nortli, will ask from congress at the end of that period, pro tection for the products of their industry, by the taxation of foreign imports. In a recent speech of Mr. Webster, in reply to Mr. C il houn. on the assumption oi state debts, he took occasion in responding to so:nc of the views of the Carolinian, on protection and protective duties to describe most glowingly tlie advantages which liad flowed to the whole country from the protective system, and re gretted that Mr. C's. views on that subject had undergone no change. ,In addition to this, we observe several leading papers of tlie east, and north, have taken up the subject, and are pressing upon the coun'ry, the impor tance of s...

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 March 1840

ALDERMAN. THIS much admired and splendid Stallion, ired by old Shakespeare; having been pur chased by the subscribers, will make another season, commencing the 20th of March, nt his old stand in Nev-l,ondon, Ralls county, Missouri at the reduced price of $8 the sea son, and $10 insurance. Good pasture furnished gratis, and grain fed if required on moderate terms. C3"For particulars as to his Pedigree, and performances on the Turf, see Hand Bills. A.& W. McMURTRY, N. T. IMERCE. New-London. March 7, 1840 4t The Virginia Horst Tristram frOi. Shandy. lnTILL stand v time at my stable, noar So ear Creek, tba present aeaaon, one half of hi one ball tail of tba New London and Louisiana road; eirht aailaa waal of the lattJr. and at mil rranklara: the At west of Frankford: ba waa aired by Shakespeare and came out of a MaUemon mare. All tboae that pot marea to Tristram, and fal to get each, can pat the eame marea at half price. Season to commence the 90th of March. march 14, -40 Ira II EN ...

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