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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 20 March 1841

II A. H. BUCKNER, Editor and Proprietor. POWER IS EVER STKAUNO ROat TH MAHT TO THE G. B. PRICE, P VOL.8 NUMBER 23. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 387 C0K8RESSI0MAL PROSPECTIVE PRE-EMPTION BILL. SPEECH oF MR. LINN, OF MISSOURI. J Senate, Friday, January 29, 1841 On Mr-CiuTTiNDiN's amendment to distribute the proceeds of the tales of the public Isnds among the State. Mr. LINN ad dressed the Senate as follows: Mr. President: As this seems to be a day of general settlement ot accounts and mis understandings, I desire to say a few words in order to prevent the possibility of any mis take in regard to my course on the important question now before the Senate. The hon eraUs Senator Irom Kentucky Mr. Clat was in an error when saying that I had re marked, that under no state of things that could nresent themselves, would I vote for the proposition of the Senator from South Carolina (Mr. Calhoun to cede, under cer tain conditions, the public lands to the States in w...

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 March 1841

u But if there is danger to public liberty from the acknowledged defects ot the Con stitution, in the want of limit to the continu ance of the Executive power in the same hands, there is, I apprehend, not much less from a misconstruction of that instrument, as it regards the powers actually given. I can not conceive that, by a fair construction, anv or either of its provisions would be found to constitute the President a part of the Legis tive power. ' It cannot be claimed from the power to recommend, since, although en joined as a duty upon him. it is a Drivilece which he holds in common with every other citizen. And although there mav be snmp. ' thing more of confidence in the propriety of -mis Micaauics iccouimcnaeu in the one case than in the other in the obligations of ulti mate decision there can be no difference. In the language ot the Constitution, Kill the legislative powers" which it grants '-are ves ica in me congress of the United States.'" Itwouldbea solecism in languag...

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 March 1841

the unwillingness of the People Id believe in us existence, or irom me ranuence 01 ae-1 signing men, diverting their attention from the quarter whence it approaches to a source from which it can never come. This is the old trick of those who would usurp the government of their country. In the name of Democracy they speak, warning -the People against the influence of wealth and the danger of aristocracy. History, ancient and modern, is full of such examples, Caesar became the master of the Roman peo ple and the Senate under the pretense of supporting the democratic claims of the lor mer against the aristocracy of the latter; Cromwell, in the character of protector of the liberties of the People, became the dic tator of England; an.I Bolivar possessed him self of unlimited power, with the title of his country's Liberator. There is, on the contrary, no single instance on record of an extensive and well-established republic being changed into an aristocracy. The tenden cies of all such ...

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 March 1841

INAUGURALADDRESS. Called from a retirement which I had sup- fosed was to continue for the residue of my ife, to fill the Chief Executive Office of thi great and free Nation, 1 appear before you, fellow-citizens, to take the oaths which the Constitution prescribes, as a necessary quali fication tor the performance of its duties. And in obedience to a custom coeval with our Government, and wh'it I believe to be your expectations, I proceed to present to you a summary of the principles which will govern me in the discharge of the duties which I shall be called upon to perform. It was the remark of a Roman Consul, in an early period of that celebrated Republic, that a most striking contrast was observable in the conduct of candidates for offices ol pow er and trust, before and after obtaining .hem, they seldom carrying out, in the tatter case, the pledges and promises made in the former. However much the world may have improv ed, in many respects, ic the lapse ot up wards of two thousan...

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 March 1841

A. II. BUCKNER, "POWER IS EVER STEALINO FROM THK MANT TO THE FEW. Editor asd Taorwro- VOL. 8 NUMBEIl 21. BOWLING-GREEN, MO SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 388. TERMS $2 59 if paid within threo month. .$3 IOif paid during he year. $3 5 ) if not paid during the year. .; The following proceedings of the U. S. oenate, on the ahd lmtlfin nf tVlA -t.n i. Kir ... , t ...... vs , i v. i j ii . , v luuiunuora way uiKcuniiDue meir piper at any lima th Li , T - i . . by pavinj for the time thoy hare received them, but l"e,al- v 'Ce l resident, are not the less hot wrraoirr. meritorious, r.nd deserving because they Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the , f ,. . . c ' time ofsuhscribing, order a discontinuance a' the end rm 'n'"',eii 'lo,r political Opponents: of,t. will I he considered subscribers unt.i they order ttvs Mr. Mangiim submitted the follow in" re-O- piper to bo stoppnd, and pay all arrearage?. 'i,.;.. t - .: -i r . imrifiriirMrm , c consideration ..f the Senate. J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 27 March 1841

THE lI0""i3E. MuM t!ic tied lustic nf a southern sunset , :.l charter, and is known ns tno Grand SIX THOUSAND LOLL A US to I uy ch'.n. Thoiili vs have now machinery that sur-l her hands were tilled for nothinsbuflosweei) : Rink of Terra Firma: on entrance mav be, ber furniture, for the President's House. It yet i the harpTa meL'owchordand to be kissed bv fund u'un the sunny side of most ol our I - i - r . I . ... a lover ana ner ieci on, now we adore a j hills. pretty foot! her feet Titania, Queen of Its keys, which you must grasp without the fairies, would hare given her most beauli-' gloves, are the plough, the spade, and the ful nut-she'l chariot, just to Ime seen that! hoc. The only security it requires is indus- perfect etrure, we must cp.1I it. Wei., we were in a dreadful condition about that cousin sometimes, we'd rail her 'cousin,' it was so delightful to claim re lationship with such a perfect creature and, then we would nt call her cousin, for we laid a sort of trap, that ...

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 March 1841

'P 18 rO'O M ! I. l l? """JCMs of removals, a rule has J- IX -i V i-M ; been, or ts to be nimointed. I.v tl. SATURDAY, MAKCII 27, 1341 MINERAL POINT MONEY. The notes of this Institution are now worth but three bits in the dollar, in St. Louis, and will probably soon be as worthless as the paper, upon which they are stamped. It is a rational subject of enquiry, how so lar;e a quantity of the paper of this Bank has found its way into this section of the State, and it would, at the same, be very gratify ing to know, the amount that will fill upon the hands of the people, from which nothing comparatively can be realized. The directors of the Bunk of Missouri, arc answerable for much of the loss that the unsuspecting portion of the pnp'e will sus tain by this Inslituioa, but wc have but little doubt but that, if the truh could hi known, a lare port-on of the censure. w.iulJ rest upon the brokers, money deab-rs, crpu- T : TI li.iii;i-.rtf m- 'ie rv-t:.i-l e. ie -io 7 I . . i . Louis. 11 t...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 27 March 1841

W (if Hi si i ri f3i 51 H From (.c Wnsliinjflnn Globe As .'he birth day of the Father of his Oun trv the men without fear and without re proach, who like the lovely chief cTat'irre the Grecian arti.-t, exhibits in one plow of associated benny the pride of every model nr.d the perfection of every master; like Crosar, merciful; like Hannibal, patient; like fjoipio, continent; the man whom the tempia tionsof earth muld not corrupt is nt hand, "will yu ;ive a corner of your wi.lelv cir culated paper to the foil tw in-: beautiful trih. ita to the memory of the iuiinoitrJ Wash ington, taken from an English newspa per? Lewellin IV.ni the London Weekly Despatch THERE'S A STAR IN THE WEST. There's a stnr in the west that shall never ., ()o.n Till thp. 'rror.U of rnUJfMi-. We must worshpitsli'j'rt though 'tis not our own. For libei ty bursts in it"! ray; Shail the name of a Washington ever be heard By a freeman, and thrill not his breasi? Is there ore out of bondage that lutls not t!ie word M...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 3 April 1841

ill Halt Mt&t r A,. H. BUCKNERt " TOWER IS EVER STKAU.VO FROM THE MAXT TO THE FEW. Editor and Proprietor. VOL: 8 NUMBER 25. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 389. TERMS 2 SO if paid within three month. S3 00 if paid duriaf tha year. T . ww ww. plfl ism bus .uw TW. . . - " - . - - . 1 1 n ... . I . I e Subtcrlbera may diaeoaUnn tbeir paper at any lime i' countries in whch paper mnov Banking, such sums as their customers might leave in lTJJJ th thy fc,w receiTed thm" rapcr niooe.v of anv kind, has been intro- their hands. For their . own convenience, HOT WITHOUT. doeo.l it J -, -. . . . I.. .. .... . .y r. Tboae who uberibe for a year, and do not at the ' " u,,"e ,r,ui" ev,u Austria. Kus-i iney would establish a pitolic O.lice oi trans tine af subscribing , order a dueontinuanee at the end Sweden, P lance, Denmark, Portupal, of it, will be considered subscriber until they order the Brazil, ami Buenos A vres all bear witness to paper to b. rM-M.Ji- : this tru...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 3 April 1841

0 ptinciples. I a the clTirts to lie made by the great Democracy c1" ihe United Slates for re es tablishing the ascendency of their princi ples ia the administration of the General Government, I shall be placed, in many re spects, by the station I have occupied and the .known sentiments of the people in re ference to the conduct becoming the position, in which I stand, in the situation of an ob server only. But it will not, I assure you. be that of one iuditlerent to the result. I can never, while 1 live, look on an uncon cerned spectator where the great principle, to the establishment of which I have devo ted the lcst years of my li'e,aud Ine suc cess of which, I aai assured, is essential to the welfare of my country, are at issue, and ity friends are strutting for their preserva tion with the lern energies of men conscious of the justice of their cause, and anhnated by the full assurance of i'.s ultimate triumph. I cannot close this communication with out expressing my sincere ack...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 3 April 1841

TFIE JOURNAL. SATURDAY.. APRIL 3, 1841. We commend to the reader's special atten lion, the article on Banking, to be found in thii week's paper. It exposes in a condens ed form, nd lucid style, many of the popu lar fallacies, on this most interesting subject, and certainly a more propitious period, will not soon arrive for. the examination of the many false, and crude ideas that exist in rela tion to the' currency. Nations like individu als, can son etimes only learn wisdom from experience, and it often requires the lash of correction, and the scars of punishment, to bring them back, from the "error of their. ways. u e are now sunenng under me evils of the Banking sys'em, in its w -rst form, we have in circulation the promises lt pay of hundreds of privileged corporations, that are intrinsically valueless, and which no man receives without fear of lss. we take tnem not as a matter of choice, but from ne cessity, and in fact have nothing, among us, that deserves the name of money. Th...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 3 April 1841

0 ! .1 WOMAN". BT TKX VrtS. ROBUST IS. OlAklTON. "Ah! fir this. U's woo the life-long bridal kiss." Aae of earth! oh, what were life VVithout thy form without thy smile? A circle of despair and strife, Of toil, of miser' and jjuile: Like mists before the morning's ray, As from the snare the limed dove. So fled the cares of man away, . 'Beneath thy kind and geaile love. Was Eden lost b?cfiuc of thcs! Have h roes loft a laurel crown, Thai they rnisht l ow the willing knee At dearer shrine than nnn's renown? Oh! who would si'h for : 11 the pain That loss like this could e'er impart, Jf he were only sure to piin The VAa of a woman's heart! Mother! can mortal e'er repay Thy ail-devoted sacrifice Thy care, that lasts through night and da)', Thy love, that never, never dies? In childhood's hour, in manhood's prime. When ?iie comes on with slow decay, In joy, in sorrow, and in crime, Still beams thy fond aTec lion's ray! Daughter! The Roman child of old ho, from her maiden bosom, nursed The...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 10 April 1841

H. BUCKNER, "POWER IS FVF.R STEALING FROM THE If ANT TO THE FEW. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. 8 NUMBER 26. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 390. I meaning of the phrase United States. It TEKMS S3 50 if paid witbii three month. m9 ftn: :j j - " P year. , - " " , ' j mi it not paid durinf th year. " "auiauncuon to me States ta- SahMsribara may discontinue their papers at any time j Ken separately and individually, and if there ZnHZSJSZ lhU"" tbtJ h"' nCMtA tb"n' " C"!d ' b-V Possibility, any Ioubt on that Thorn wbo'aubaeribe for a year, and do not at the ' Pmt ' .rt 'OVid be removed by the express time of subscribing, order a discontinuanee at the end ! Jn ,n Congress assembled" an assem f it, will be considered subscribers nntil they order the j binge which constituted the verv knot that ,1 00p.r.qO.r..ro"r.f.Mr";rth.fir in- tTff " lion, aod 50 cents for each continnance. so concluiiie, that the cession v;:s to CTAdTerUsemenU must be marked with the number "lc...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 10 April 1841

From the N. II. Gazette. The Duties en Wines and Silks. As a oit of substitute for the deficit which it is acknowledged must accrue to the Treasury sVom the proposed distribution of the Land revenue, Messrs. Clay and Webster propose Xj lav duties on wines nnd siHs. This is very-much like the Log Cabin cry to catch popularity, and cover tlieir insidious move ments towaidi a resuscitation of the protec live system. They suppose that wines and si'.Its are articles usually considered luxuries, about which the poor and middling interest care little, and that they shall be called, par excellence, tiie exe'usive friends of the peo r,!e for proposing to tax them. But 'tis rn go. The people don't want wir.es n ir si'ks taxed lor the puipose ol giving away the proceeds. B.si'.e, those articles are now cheap, and a mechanic's wife or daughter wo'j'd like a silk gown, by the way of a meeting py?,1' as well as other folks, though Messs. Clay and Webster may think tow cloth or factory calico woul...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 10 April 1841

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1841. THE TIMES. In a spirit of candor, we would ask the honest portion of the Whig party, in what way,mannerorshape, have we reaped advan taee from the change which has recently taken place in the politics of the country. Has our currency or our credit been bettered. Has it enabled the tt tenant of the Log Cab in." to obtain a more just equivalent for the hard labor he endured in preparing his produce for market. Some will, and have replied that Gen. Harrison has not been in office long enough to effect any material change. This might seem reasonable if we could for an instant forget what was told us during the last Presidential canvass, by the " no office party." It was thundered in our ears by the stump Orators of the day, that so sure as the election of Gen. Harrison was rendered certain so sure should public as well as private, credit revive and flourish anew. The long expected perio.l has arrived, but has not fulfilled the prophecies of those g...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 10 April 1841

(I STATE uF MISsui'Kl, ; ,s Cocstv or Tike. I ' In the Circuit Court, of the Term of Match, to w.t; on the JSth day of .llmrn, 1-41. -Md.'.H BeasXEF, PI r, Pl-intiif, , Defendant.) Petition in debt, bv Attacitnient. tv. 4 nd now at thisdav comes the said Plaint iff by A. II Ik-tKKR. Esq., his nttorney End it appearing to the satisfaction of the Ctyrt, that the said Defendant is l ot a res't ieiii of, or residing within t!iis State, (and hi cannot be summoned; Therefore on :::oti..Ju;f the saiil I'iainti.'" hy his said at torn?3 It is ordered that the said Pc'endant b; notiUcd tJiat an notion id" debt l.ath been crmuncnccJ against him by the said l iainti:?. and that an attachment hath been issued ?tiainsl his estate; for the sum .f twenty one do'lars and seventy einht cents, (besides in terest and cost.) directed U tl.e Si.eril .'' r.i.id county f Pike, who lath ;.tt: died ah t':,e right, title and interest of said i el'end ar.t, of. in and lo the following real estate, to w t: the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 17 April 1841

A. II. BUCKttElt, "power is evkr stealino from the MaNT to the few. EuTOR AN 3 rnOPWETOR- VOL. 8 NUMBER 27. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 391. TEKMS 50 if paid within three month. S3 00 if paid daring the year. $3 50 if not paid during the year. Sahteriheri may discontinue their papera at any time oy paying for the time they hare receired tbem, sot nor without. t . TboM who subscribe for a year, and do not at toe time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end fit, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. $1 00 per aqaare.for 12 lines or less, tor toe first inser tion, and 50 ennts for each continuance. IT Advertisement must be marked with the number of inanitions that are requested; otherwise, they Ul continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we hae no current accounts, ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 17 April 1841

u adapted dial 1 could practically define to resisting of men. women and children; an.iS hair the drcise line which separated a luck hen off Holyhead, she came i.i collision t - AlfctIS ftlllVs lvi- - - K speculation fron an act of dwonright swin I dling. I could tell to the utmost nicety. how far it was lawful to play on credulity and ignorance, and the extent to which de cepticn might lie carried without constitutin a fraud, in short, I could see my way clea in the darkest transaction, and split a hat with my eyes shut. I was gradually, though not actually r partner, admitted sometimes to a share ii the profits when I had made a good hit, nnr soon found myself in possession of a snug lit tie sum. Whith this, havinir the aonrobaiiorS of my master, I commenced business on mvldtip, were Capt. Andrews and the mate, who own account, and considered my fortune asflwere both on deck wnen me vessel siruc. good as made, when, lv his influence. I wa admitted a member of the Board of Brokers!...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 17 April 1841

The Laboring man will find a eootl i!lnstra-iiree limes urrater ihnn the loss by a gold tion, of Vie advantages which the Bankingjcusreney. If the expense of a paper cur- Svstem gives to the man "who lives by his j WHS, "c . .- We shall give the conclusion of his life next week. The New Era estimates the Tobacco crop of this State, made last year at 4000 hhds. We are desposed to believe that this, is be low the mark. The best informed gentle men in this section calculate that more than one fourth of this amount will be shipped this season from our River towns, Louisiana, and Clarksville. The Counties both nortl and south of us, have raised considerable crops, and in many of the counties on the Missouri, it is almost the only staple. Gla gow, in Howard, will alone ship 2000 hogs heads, we have ueen iniormed. rency be 21 per cent. rer annum, this on a sum of 20,000.000, will amount in a 100 years to 50,000,000, while the loss by wear of a gold currency of 20,000.000, during the same p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 17 April 1841

THE SMILES OF THOSE WE LOVE. BV Hits. C. II. W. F.SLINE. How brightly do those sunbeams full. Upon our darken'd path. Like sudden sunshine burning thro' The tempest's fearful wrath. TLey make the pulses of the heart Leap joyously and cay, With many a thrill of happiness-, Like waters in their play. 1 love, upon the dear, dear face, To trace the beaming smile, Bursting out from the poisoning heart, So innocent of guile. It hath a mngie. of its own, A deep and potent spell, A speechless power but one that breathes More than the tongue can tell. A thousand wild emotions start, Jong burricd feelings rise, From the deep caverns of the breast, They leap into the eyes. Words, gentle woids may reach the car, With many a winning wile, But oh! they foil to touch the heart, Like love's own sunny s idle. And tho' perchance a lingering cloud Hangs darkly from above, Our pathway must be brightened by The smiles of those we love. popping the question. I told her that her marble brow, O'er which he...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
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