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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 13 February 1841

mult Hftw w A. H. BUCKNER, Editor ad Proprietor. G. B. PRICE, Publish. "POWER IS KTKR STSAMXfJ 'R'i5I THE HAST TO THE FEW. VOL.8 NUMBER 18. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 382. "rtitMS $2 50 if paid within three month. $3 00 if aid daring tb year. S3 50 if not paid during the year. uter',bers may discontinue their papera at any tne by paying for the time they have received them. or hot wrraoor. . Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at me time ofnutMcribing, order a discontinuance at the end fit, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. 'V".RTIEMKTf. I nl vr nqmre.for 13 lines or less, tor the first ineer tin, and 50 cents for each continuance. XT advertisements' must be marked with the number .if inrtion tht are requested; otherwise, they continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rate in any case. Advertisements fro n a distance, and from person ita whom we have ...

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. — 13 February 1841

u If '3M ,tf V!, l!,:it 1:0 -'"v.ruioa Ins ever un- .at the expiration often ve..rsfroin the time of c.t;.:cn i:, tvea when i .would have been being offered, become subject, in like man ner. fcni'.isvl:i-.;,cO!ii.iurali'.ery to what it now j to graduation and pre-emption. .vou.a e. low is it 10 le .lorn,-- I5y the The object of these provisions is to hold m.u-mals mil luuu u::i;iiLws. da they ex-; out inducements to t!ie settlers to purchase, pel .ro.u itieir homes ti.e vast host of oecu-j by bringing the lands, within a reasonable i .i::t-yn 1.:e p:m.i.- lar.d.. a l 1. tr.ly and hold ; ,,.riod, to a price which would not onlv jnsti- ' ' " v "?c "'si ueau- My, fist holdout slnm- m :ci,,.el 1.. tl.em .v ol w 0:1s. tv.mld ymi employ the a.-: to purchase. One peat dniicuky in the : il- v,' u 1 u,-il.;: 1 :K , af ""latent way of purchasing, as the system now stands. as l;:1 '.'11 ::-tI lorn 1 - it the wiio!.- n,!if-oi- ' a. !... .t. .w. r '. . , , . ,-. , . . i! ' 1,1 l"e great i .uv ot...

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. — 13 February 1841

Mb. Allen's Resolutions for the amend ment of the constitution have failed in the Senate; there not being two thirds in favor of them. The bill to concentrate the Supreme court at Jefferson has passed the Senate. Ayes 17 noes 16. Xo place has been fixed upon by the Le gislature as yet for the location of the 3d branch of the Missouri Bank. We publish a part of Mr. Calhoun's speech on his land project. Tlie subject is one of great importance, and we ask for the speech an attentive consideration. There seems to be but little doubt that this proposition and Mr. Clay's Distribution bill are destined to be antagonist nicnsures,and it becomes eve ry Western man to weigh them both with care and attention. The speech of our worthy representative (Mr. Parsons,) on the new county bill will give the people much valuable information in relation to a question about which the whigs are making great exertions to mislead and deceive them. Resumption- in Virginia. The Richmond Enquirer has the follo...

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. — 13 February 1841

0 prospectus rem kendal's LXIUSITOIJ. -mos iykkui., proposes 10 establish a fen.i-na-.nihly newspaper under the above name, to be devoted to the following objects. 1. The security of the rihtof suffrage by additional laws to punish bribery and fraud. 2. An exposure of abuses and corruptions ia government, wherever known to exist. 3. An exposition of the principles of mod ern t anking, and its effects upon labor, trade. it;o: jU and government, embracing the na !u e : nd uses of money, and a history of the origin and progress of paper money in its various forms. To these wiil be added all the topics com mon in the newspapers of the day, with a M:i;:maiy t'f news carefully compiled, fonn-J nig an accurate history ot passing events. Avoiding all personal altercations, thi? paper, while it will not conceal its preferen ces for men, will confine itself chiefly to the elucidation of facts and principles, leaving The ruder portions of political controversy to younger hands. The .Expositor ...

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. — 20 February 1841

mmwt '$T- .A. H. BUCKXKR- ErnTOit as: Pro.-wetor. " power r$ t.7t?. f7zi.w. rnoTriE K'.xr to Tim Frw.' VOL.8 NliMBEK 19. WilOLC iNUMlEU3BS.. TERMS $J 50 if paid within three month. $3 U0 if paid du.-ing he year. ' ' S3 50 if not paid during the year. Subscribers may discontinue their pipers at any lini by paying far the time they bare received tbeiu. wt nar without. Those who subscribe for a year, and .do not at thi time efubcribin, order discontinuance ai the em of it, will at considered sobscrtbers until they order lh paper to be stopped, andjay all arrearjges. ti)VHrisKHKIS . (1 03 per squsre.for 13 lines or 1cm. lor liie firrt inwi lion, and 50 cents f'r each continuance. JJ Advertisements mot be marked with the nnmbn. of in-nrtiont tint are requested; olhcmise, they r. ill I' cantinaJ till forbid, and chirked accordingly. K varialita from these rates in any rase. .A IJartunain'.s -from a distance, and fre-n iwrson.. mith mh . li va iti iurrnit .acc.iutils. .iiu:i.' he o f eviie...

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. — 20 February 1841

CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. Satcktmt, January 23. - In the Skxate. Sundry petitions in favor of a General 1'ankrupt Li w w ere pre sented. Mr. Whit presented resolutions of (ho Legislature of Indiun:i, in fuvor of one President!?.! term. A report rcliitivc to tlie mineral land of the United State, was pre tented y Mr. Walker. Mr. Nor veil submit ted a resolution making inquiries respecting the coot of building and lepniring certain ships in the United States Ny. The pre emption kill came up. and was discussed un til the hour of adjournment In thk House. The Treasury note bill was taken up in Committee ol the Whole, and after being discussed nt some length by Messrs. Thompson and Line, the Com mittee ruse; when the House adjoin ned. MosrAt, Jan. '25. In Senate.' Mr. Frestun mibmitted reso lutions of the Legislature of South Carolina, against a National Bank in favor of the In. dependent Treasury Hgainst a protectee tariff" approving the principle!" of the prem-M -Administration ot the cmso...

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. — 20 February 1841

f f members on this floor representing as many counties, having a gross population of 81,603 free white males: while there are fifty-nine members from those counties which have two members and upwards, representing 90467 free white males: a difference only of , 8864 against the one member counties, while the counties have two members and upwards, have the advantage in representation by some eighteen members, making by an accu rate calculation a nett advantage of some twelve members more than their population would justly entitle them to. Does not, then, the injustice weigh upon the other sidet Again, take eleven one member counties of the largest population and from which the proposed new counties are mostly to be ta ken; to wit, Buchanan, Platte, Gasconade, Lewis, Macon, Newton, Polk, Pulaski, Perry, Green and Barry, and they give an aggre gate population of free white males 33,625. Now, select as many out the counties hav ing two members and upwards, leaving out St. Louis, to wit:...

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. — 20 February 1841

u : IS 31 M I if 4 .3 I It Hi ii " v.oma:.. For roughest rn i-. in -.Mif -l f.! rrr. " " There is n star wiili l.ri;ht. clear rn v; There is a ll i-wer that ever bloom?, ' And, li.'.e a rce tree 'mid the tombs, a"- Wj:h le: gl.ris our way ' Ti Won., t: ! cds so fair r, ii.ht : L'p"r l: V.r-:t :i. riui-ij-e: Sl.e IK ti t ll AV t I ise 1 :n;! llill.t Fills outh with ;sttt)s of dtii-iii, iAnd I'laiidenssid.irjr In vain end) thim n-ny smile around, No joy c:.n lie ul.i-io she is not; Jlt.t. ul ru I ( r .ii i t I !niii is f. 'iml. The ildcinc-. is tii.- yn mill, 'I'm !e-prl :i iiu-t holv fpo'. 1r0splcti.s for kemuis lxiosito.:. Amos Kixivvl, pt opuses ;n csi;.L!is!i .emi-iiKinml V r.t-wsrarer uiu'er l .e ..lum name, to be deviitcd :n ti e ff!! v:ii .! jcct.. viz: 1. Tiif Slfll'iiV ii t!.e iijhl f.f ssI.TiMLV additional laws to iu.;ii l.r.':cry ;:tiA W iv..i .2. All f"Xp(.-;;r-' nl ;it i:.i. s ;;mt c i Tiil i. t: in povoiniiient. wheieter l.n . t ei.si. 3. An cxp.iition il" the i:'itii-j!...

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. — 27 February 1841

5p A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. 8 NUMBER 20. TaTJUW t $i if paia within thrM Booth. $1 00 if paid daring lb year. 3 50 if set paid eurinf the year. Suaaaribera jaay dieceatinue thair aapera at any tan by paying for tee Una tbay have received tham, wt HOT WilttOOT. . , Tboaa irk eabecrike for a year, and do not at toe tiata of eubeeribiaf , ordar a discontinuance at the and of it, will be eonaidered rebacribera antil tbay order tba paper to ba atoppad, and pay all arrearage. ADVERTISEMENTS. SI 00 per aauare.for IS Iinea or leu, for the rat inaer tioa, and 50 eeata for aaeb eontinoaneo. a7AdartiemenU moat ba marked with tha number oriaaertion that are raqaeited ; otherwise, they rill be eoatiaoed till forbid, and cbarfad accordingly. No variation from tbaaa ratal in any eaaa. Adrert'iaomeata from a distance, and from peraona with wbom wo hire as current aeeoanU, moat ba ac eo spaniel by tha cash, or aoma raa ponaibla reference in town. All Istlara addraaaed to tha editor...

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. — 27 February 1841

we&lencd from tl.is cav.se. For use in the. rant, they uiil it, : l! trolUiiitv be i. , d,.!,,s, and at a,, interest of seven r.rr ccr.t St Genevieve, St Francois, Shannon and hill, Ihe manure of the hog pen or yard the amount trhi.-h the S",c owed to . em- or annum. Ti e commits do not insist5 KijJov. the twenty fifth, u superior to an cher ami the drier uic .hv dn-.l t., i, ,.-. ...... ..:.., ' ... .1. - -.i.: i f...i: w .u t...t ...-.. :. . . . 00. -.n .-. , .11 ac 11 , Kiev are w nil 11 11 is me luii;;-; 1 t.ii) m.iunun iu iuci u msuii t -.w v . .uiiix fn::i;e wiuniive d i.ms agamst 'm"U of the Hote to have the interest eitiht sixth pi.u iiiauui w 3. vu and.elevatrd tetnpe t4-repefpfisj an.: ..r u c.io.:i m :.;- i ,y . !!:ue who nave claim ajjainst t.'iMnt .f the House to have the interest eiixlit sixth. cordis a p:an. la it r. qiiiios , St tie are poor, could m-t p.y it in 'axes, r.r.d ! per rent. The committee preferred the' Cape GiraJeaa twentv-seventh. npera.uie !:..rn p...

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. — 27 February 1841

II la 1812, at a Federal convention held in Brentwood, Mr. Webster reported resolu tions justifying the public enemy, and con denning his own Government. While in Congress, he opposed the war at every step. Among volumes of speeches, denouncing, the war and the Administration, he said: "Utterly astonished at the declaration of j war, I have been surprised at nothing since. .1 taw how it would be prosecuted when 1 caw how it was begun. There is an un changeable relation between rash councils and feeble execution." They (the Federalists) know the limit of -constitutional opposition. Up to that limit they will walk, and walk fearlessly." H thus exulted at the defeat of our arms and the murderous inroads of the savages: "This is not the entertainment to which we were invited. We are told that these disappointments are owing to the opposition which the war encounter. Th"i3 is no new strain. It is tho constant tune of everv weak or wicked Administration!" Let the recorded votes of Mr. Web...

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. — 27 February 1841

KOTIT WILL he hM In ll.r h i: on the l?lh Mann. i. tin si Li.!. lor at i nh'ic sale next, tin l. ln.v n eribed properly at Sacitm iu (lie county of llall. Teirua cf rile will beuinde known on the day nbove mentioned. Said pro.ieity . 1,1 bp sold fur the bene- t of E. N. Ilascoll's creditors, a- tinted in u us ipunent rr.nde lo Harry Wcllaitn and Dalniey Jones, which is on rernrl in the courts of Ralls, the fol lowing described propntv : Seven likely slave,, 10 head horr.ed cattla; 3 tor se, one carriage, ore vrEo, one pair whsel. 8-vctuD. Feb 20th 14! IIAUVY WEI LMAN, ) ..... DAEXEY JONES. A"S- WOOL CARDING MACHINE FOR SALE!! rsinn or,fVrfircd will rxpoe to ssV, and sell to lh nirhrrt H.t.ler t Paytierville Mn , on the ft'h !y of M irch next, a Cot rate set of Wool. Clio in good oilier, to-rllic r with nil the neccry ipsratui. 1'rrnit mule i;nriro on theil it .f sale B. GiB-ON February, lth 1-41. rRosri'CTr.s for kendal's EXPOSITOR. Amos Kr:;rL, pro; oscs to rsftbiish :i seu;i-:i.in...

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. — 6 March 1841

A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. "POWER IS EVF.R STEAMS'! KROM THE MAN If TO THE FEW.' G. B. rRICE,rLBLisiiEii: VOL. 8 NUMBER 21. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1811. WHOLE NUMBER 385. TERMS $2 50 if piid within three months. 83 00 if paid during the yesr. S3 50 if not oaid during the yesr. Subscribers msy discontinue their papers at any time by paying for the time tbey Dare received mem. 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 tbey order the paper to be stopped, add pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. Jl 00 per squire. for 12 lines or less, tor the first inser tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. IT AdTertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested: otherwise, tbey will be hoMinnoil till forbid, and charged accordingly. No tr, rial inn frnm these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we have...

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. — 6 March 1841

conventions, caucuses,-. 'Cifr;:ll:l-:t::in:cs ;.ker iwes," is :i tine t.l '.Ii! li. : ite :i ti:' fab! of ! ' ( !!! illiT J .1V VT," A :ii..r v.itti which lhs pages ft' Webster Sj cl!:t:ir I Jo. are n-ic:.ci. ri::.te-i:i i' 'We arc Jl pr;t:eto If: ie eve f o;.r .ciL'fil.or, without r -. .1.1., ilecliijg vu t!:c beam wl.i.rh n..v seen i!i our ow r. to condi :v.n i i other, wh:l we practice Mirs?Sws, in short, to oiiipo-inJ f .i f.i iutiir.rd i.., liy J ii.; liio-c i.i-.c u miiul to.' The suueuiio apples to social and po - litical relations well as to individual char - aeter; and h is never received hetter il'uslra- tion than t!:e action of a party styling them selves Whys has aflorded for sonic years jr.ist. I on s imple: e :dl remember how t:s-'V lour.cvd tli t;.?t National C-onven- i-:i at Baltimore which nominated Mr. A'nn I iaiiimore which nominated Mr. A'nn 1 Bu:en. The brains ;.td inventions cf the ; "",r,? at I:ll're l"t,, his "whereabouts,' nnd in-cnious weru tasked to the u...

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. — 6 March 1841

called the waste of the Democratic Admin istrations, and the proposed economical ex penditures or that which is to succeed. The extravagance of the Jackson and Van Buren Administrations consisted in clearing out the savages from vast regions within the confines of the Union, and opening up to rivilizntinn asnaee of rich territory, capable of maintaining a population equal to that of all the United states at the present moment. Indian wars removal of Indians Indian annuities, have been the object of the extra appropriations of the public spirited party yet in power. Distribution to pay British interest on State debts to pay companies of speculators for spoliations committed by the French Government, when warring on the country and its commerce during the last century to provide banking corpora tions with the desposites of the people's money, to enable them to levy new taxes on them for private emolument, are the objects to which Federalism will apply the public treasure. Globe. The 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. — 6 March 1841

0 NOTICE. WILL be sold to tl.e highest bidder at public ile on the 17lh Man ! ucst, the f.lluwili:; des cribed property at saxriton in the county of Rail. Term of tale will be made known on the day above mentioned. Said property will be sold for t!ic bene fit of E. Jt. Hascnll's creditors, as stated in au as n'cnroent made t Harvy Wclin.un and Pabncy Jotir. wbicbison rfcoir! in llie courts nf Rail, tin- fol lowing described r-foju-ity : Seven likely slaves, ll) Lea J hnine.i rattle; " I.or- one carriage, cne wncnn, one pair wiiocls. Sarertun, Feb Slllii 'M. iHRVY WKM.1I AX, ) ... dabxev joxi-s. s A"'",rs- wool carding machine FOR SALE!! rjlUC undcrri.ir.'-d will expose In rale, ami sell to A the nie,he;t bidder at raynesviHe Mo., mi tle Cth day of M irch nett, a firt rate set cif Wool Caaits io food order, tot-ether with ail the necessary nppatatiit. Terms made knewo oa thediv nf tale. B. UiBSOX Februarx-. 13th 141. St. PROSPECTUS I-Oil KENDAL'S EXPOSITOR. Ahos Kenj'al, proposes to ...

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. — 13 March 1841

ill w&mm A. H. BUCKNER, Emto axi Proprietor. "POWER 13 ZVT.Ii S7EALIX3 FROM THE KAN'r TO THE TEW." G. B. PRICE, PfBUSBEJU VOL. 8 N U M BE LI 22. BOWLLNG-GULEN, MO. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 386. TERMS $2 50 if paid within three months. S3 00 if paid during the year. $3 SO if not paid daring the year. Subscriber may discontinue their papers at any time by paying for the time they hare received them, ot HOT WITHOOT. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at ine time s)f 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. SI 00 per square. for 13 lines or less, lor tiie first insrr lion, and SO cents for each continuance. CrAdtertissments mast be marked with the number of insertions that sre requested; otherwise, they '"I'j continued till forbid, and clisrged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any can Advertisements from a distance, and l wi...

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. — 13 March 1841

u 1 .a 'J ff:i; I)cha!i'of the lil.icSi.iJ .it: scans as n.i se cure to the :n t:i- t -s?essii -n ot tiit-tr ;il.ertv, to which, vvi;h..ut d ubt, they sr-j Ly law to bear myself from the spot I even at-j of their avvney nnd their notes after deuc catil'eJ. j tempted :u d ro, Ir.t the body obeyed irM .ing six i-pi cent interest for the use of bank I avuri myself ol tms oocuMon to renew . the imjulse ol tne mind not a n.usc;e stir to y. u the m-fururicc of my distinguished ! red. and 1 s sti'.Las if my feet had t'wwn ncnsiJernJiun. II. S. FOX. Tiv ttn. JohsFcm-th, fyuSzc Szc. Mr. Forsyth It, Mr. Foz. DLPARTiltNT CT SrfE, ) Washington, Feb. 1, 1341. 5 Sir: I have the honor t- acknowledge the eccij t of j i ur letter of the 50th ultimo, in receipt ol j i ur letter o: u;e .uiu u:umo. in which you itate that you are instructed to j colors passed from before my vision. liic represent to n e that the attention ol Ilcrj Rattlesnake was coiling a! my feet, with Majesty's Governniciit has been...

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. — 13 March 1841

the benevolent, patriotic, good old man. His! thorUinr hist enjoyment ,s ,oW hisjoke-Lo -j put h J d.2n CS dulge his goo.lfllmgstopat the cheeks of i u It)itiiarv and naval point of view' let prtly gi and t exeicise his power for the good of the republic, and in perfect ac cordance with the popular will." OFFICE SEEKERS. To give on idea of Whig hatred of "Of fice" and of the sincerity of their denuncia tion of the doctrine that kto the victors be ions the spoils" we quote thus from Bennett: Gtdsby'j Hotel is filled with these people; two thirds of whom are candidates for subordinate offices in the Custom House or elsewhere. Talking of Gadsba's Hotel re minds me of a curions remark I heard a per son make the other da'. "This Hotel," said he, "ought to be called the office teugar's hotel on several accounts. It is half full of office beggars its accommodations are beg garly its table is beggarly and it is beg garly all over." At present I ran only say, that according to the best infor...

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. — 13 March 1841

NOTICE. WILL bp fold to tl.e h.e'i''' bidvrr t public i! vntlelTia .M it. h t a. il.r f.-lmwii.c !.- cribed frepeity f Hml. in tl.e .ii.lv .f I..1I- 'S M iel:tt.e tu the harpy mi..! l.pneficii TeiDit if t!r bo n.iti'o kiiotin on it -1; . ( IT" 1 t i l tin- :.iii.init.:.tt...i of .! vl"t A T'.S LIFE mentioned. S.ml property will -e ,..l tt'.r I em I'M.! 4 Ml I IJKMX l-'MF.I'S. fit of K. N Hnsc-ilP rr.rs. i. t't.i.il titan M- ' Tlim ln have perused ilie letter above referred lo tunmer.t ichilf In H y t lhii, m.,1 Dl.i,. j.. i,. -. will nb-ervc that in Mnmst rvcrv ca-e tl:tv a I' ft tl.e birh i on rfcoi-i in tlie cuu.ti i.f kali-, the f.- .". ' imnnvenience of any mrl tit-tidn the ta lowing dccribed pritrit : ;,,8 'h' " dicnes, in ordinary caret, but lhl I he (wren lihrlv .lnvca, Wrad htm .-.I eMltr; 3 hor '""". without twl.ng their oiier'aiion. uuiVensally e. one carriiw. -re . ,-r.e .., wh.,. ' ,ett "' " "I'. J brttur .tat. of l.e.'.ii 111... era. Serertun, Feb. 2l'th 14I :t. IIARVY ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
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