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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 10 July 1841

THE IlOOtVS LICK THUGS. JAMES R. BENSON &v CLARK II. GRIiEN Pu.blisht.rt and Proprietors. BY AUTHORITY Tht Orders, Resolution, 1am, dec, of the United States are published in this Paper. T EffTSl S . MHIIS PAPER is published weekly, at $3 in X advance, or $1 at the end or the year. No paper will be discontinued bjt at the option of the Editors until all arrearagas are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will bo con sidered a new engagement. Kates or Advertising. One dollar per square, (if twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion. For one square 12 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference t...

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 July 1841

live to supply its place in the general circulation. A larno amount, also, in the hands of those who pay ta or receive from the Treasury, is equally withdrawn from gen eral circulation, and made to flow through those channels alone which lead into and nut of the public coffers. The other ave nues of commerce and intercourse are thu9 deprived Jof their proportion of the precious metals. Within the fifty two years during which our constitutional Government has existed, we have had, for two periods of twenty years each, a bank chartered by Congress iin a depository ol the public moneys and as a fiscal agent. We have had, also, at1 two intervals, amounting to about nine years, State banks employed for like pur pones; and. during the remainder of the time, the funds of the Government have been kept and the finances administered partly by banks and partly by individual officers and agents. The losses sustained by State banks, and depositories, during the first period of their employment, ...

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 July 1841

THE TIMES. FAYETTE: SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1841. FEDERAL OFFICERS IN FAYETTE. Satisfactory information has teen received in town that Mr. Hampton L. Boom will be removed from the office of Register of the Land Office in this place, and Gwi. John B. Clark appointed in fail stead. Maj. Uriet, Sebree. Receiver, will not bo removed, but Mr. Weston F. Birch will be up. pointed, his commission to take effect on the 17th of December next, the day on which Mnj. Sebree's present term expires. Democrat of Wednesday. Wc have no right to question the author ity upon which the above annunciation was made, and from information in our possession believe it strictly true. Wo only add, in addition, that the appointments will give general satisfaction throughout the district. THE TWO BANK PROJECTS. Our readers having now before them the respective plans of the two leading di visions of the Whig party at Washington, it will become the duty of each citizen of the Republic to deliberate and decide for himse...

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 July 1841

THE WIDOWER TO HIS DAUGHTER. BY JOHN PALMER. ' ' "1 never saw thee look so like thy mother." Knowles. 1 Cotne to my side, that I may gaze Into thine eyes of ether blue, 'Till mem'ry through the gloomy maze Of years, shall bring again to view Thy mother's form, anJ angel face, And look of resignation mild Token which now I gladly traco In thee my loved and only child! Like thee, she was both mild and meek, With sparkling eyes, and blushing cheek, And sylph-like form, and sunny smile That told her heart was free from guile ! Oh, God ! the thought my heart will break, That her on earth I'll ne'er soo more; Language my feelings cannot speak When I recall the days of yoro. Life seems a waste, now she is gono That made its path one ray of light ! TliO check that blushed is paleand wan, The eye is glazed which sparkled bright. And the slimy worm is creeping O'er whore I loved my lips to press, Clad in the shroud she now lies sleeping, Closely clasped in death's caress 1 Weep not for mo, my...

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. — 17 July 1841

TUB HOO.VS LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON A. CLARK II. GREEN 1'ublishtrt and Proprietors. BY AUTHORITY The Orders, Resolutions, Laws, ifc, of the United States are published in this Paper. TEKMS. 'IMIlSrArEll is published weekly, at :) in -L advance, or $4 at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a new engagement. Kates of Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insortion. For one square 12 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it wilt be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some res...

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 July 1841

Twrnty-srtmlh t'ostsrcswi K XT R A SESSION. IN .KNATC. Tiii'Bspat, June 'Jl. Tin bill iTi-nliiiS a Fiscal Agent for the env IMlliL'lll milling up, Mr. Ci.w y.vd he ruo for tho juirposr, not o! niiiliiiiy nn I'luliormo speech on the subject In:, tore the Senate, lint (o make soiiio supplemental rxpliinnlimn in mldition to tliOJe contained in the ifport of llifl comitiittcr, which was cominn ni-mcH to the Senate on Monilay lat. In ma U i 1 5 those, explanations, it would lie his purpose to be lis brief as possible, and he i.omnieuceil by declHrius his iidliercnec to the declaration in the n poii; that ho would not nigtio the constitution- hluy ol establ lulling n bunk, nor the ipiesiion oi the cxpedirmy of such an institution, though lie might, in tho course of his remaiks, say sonic iliini; on one or two objections to it. The first point that would attract the attention of the Seriate, in tho bill which was before them, was the capital of the bank; ami it appeared to him that the ele...

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 July 1841

"W know fiothinff of the character nf ihn , hority from which this intelligence in derived ; in wo are ramw incnnna 10 regard the statement, that the litter individual is to be appointed Receiv er, it a hoax i unloss the Administration ho de termined upon making itself ridiculous. If, how ever, it thnuld be true, that such a thing is really in contemplation, wa think it high time Tor the Whig press in Missouri to spunk out and declare truly the sentiments of the people. Weston F. Birch Receiver ! The Times snys the appoint ment will give general satisfaction throughout the district. Now, the Times very well knows that the appointment would give universal dissatisfac tion to all parties. The Times knows, or ought to know, for he has abundant evidence everyday taring him in ilia faco, that Weston F. Birch is, without exception, the most unpopular man in Howard county; and that the announcement of his appointment to ttliat oft"; ce would be the announce ment of the death and burial of ...

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 July 1841

X TUB LAMENT. "There is a voice, I shall hear nti more There are tones, whose music for me is o'er, Sweat as the odours of Spring were they, Frecious and rich hut they died away; They came like peace to my heart and ear Never aain will they tnurmiir here; They have gono like the blush if a summer morn, Like a crimson cloud through the sunset borne. "There were eyes, that lato were lit up lor me, Whose kindly glance was a joy to see; They revenlod the thoughts of a trusting heart, Untouched by sorrow, untaught by art; Whose affections were fresh as a stream of spring When 'jirds iti the vernal brunches sing; They were tilled with love, that hath passed with them, And my lyre is breathing their requiem. "I remember a brow, whoso serene rrpoe deemed to lend a beauty to checks of rose: And lips, I remember, whose dewy smile, As I mused en their eloquent power the whilo, Sent a thrill to my bosom, and bless'd my brain Wilh raptures, that never may dawn again; Amidst musical accents, thos...

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. — 24 July 1841

id i 7 THU HOOVS lick Ti.iai;s. JAMES R. BENSON A, CLARK II. GREEN Publishers and Proprietors. 1 ' nv AtTTIIWIITTY The Orders, Resolutions, Laws, fC., of tin Cnitcd States are published in litis l'ayer. Tiling. rpillS TAPER is published weekly, at $3 in X advance, or $1 at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all airearnges are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a now engagement. Kates of Advertising'. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or loss, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion. For one square V months, twenty dollars, i Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted, (nt the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a re...

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. — 24 July 1841

f trrrt ' ;... -jv-i ' r- s -V" ' THE TIMES. F A Y K T T E : SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1811. WHO ARE THE RECREANTS! AND WHO HAVE KEEN TRUE ! We copy, in another column, from the Si. Louis Commercial Bulletin, a candid, temperate and able article respecting "the compromises at Harrisburg." ami desire to amplify from the records of the past some of its lending positions and thereby justify our concurrence in its main conclusions. When we have done this, we may nevertheless forbear to answer the first question propounded in our cap tion contenting ourselves with the approbation of our own conecieniw, and the judgment 'of all fair and dispassionate men, that wc, at least, have remained "true." ft is undeniably correct, as assumed by our co- temporary at St. Louis, that General Harrison was .elected by the Whig Convention at Harrisburs, because he occupied "a middle and milder" ground in reference to the exciting questions then before the country than the distinguished gentleman who was then, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 July 1841

From tht St. Louis Bulletin. THE COMPROMISES AT HARRISBURG. Before ihe cauldron of wrath which we under stand it concocting against President Tyler is poured out upon him, would it not be as well for the gentlemen who have charge of the aafetyvalve to "blow off" a little, and reflect more calmly on the nature and extent of the party relations and responsibilities of the Executive, and that portion of the Whig party who think and act with him! Lest, however, it should go undone by our con. temporaries, we propose to bring together a few prominent facts, and deduce therefrom such fair and legitimate conclusions, as shall place the re. sponsibility of the dismemberment of the Whig party (if such an event should occur,) on the proper shoulders on those who violate the spir it of the compromises at Harrisburg. It was developed, months before this assem blage convoned, that the opposition to Mr. Van Buren was sufficiently strong, in numbers, and talent and influence, to place any man in t...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 24 July 1841

' ; UBM.VRK.S OF Mb. SMITH, OF INDIANA. , On thn Bill for the relief of Mrs. Ilirrisct-, 1 Is Senate, Fripay, .UxkSo. 111. Mr. SMITH of Indiana. ai.i: Mr. Fn--klent, during the ik-hate of ycjeTvis, 1 it inained silent, and my intcu.ou vvss k say nothing to-day en Jim subi ci Lv y . a. I did fondly hope t'.tat the v,io on I-? ;v aQ of this hill would have b.vn t.-kon to day, without debate. It m nos! fitting the occasion that Mich a r.Mi;-e of action .should have loen udopied n the part f tho Sunate, n cini;n!'m-r.uiv-. of the sol emn event of the removal to its final en-.-t!i- -ly resting-place at Xortlt llenil of t!tc mor tal r.'-nmins of (he illustrious oil i.cit whoso tamo is so closely associated with this hill. It scans that it could not he so. Senators have pursued another course, and it is not for too to euiplain. I, however, find my self so far driven from my original intcn- . lion as to ho compelled to claim the indul ponre of t'.to Senate to say a few words, at the hazard ...

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. — 31 July 1841

THE 110 OX'S LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON A CLARK H. GREEN A) ' ' Publishers and Proprietors.' BY AUTHORITY i The Orders, Resolutions, leaves, Jre., of the United Stales art published in Ihit Paper. TEUMS. rpHIS PAPER is published weekly, at $3 in JL advance, or 1 at the end of the' year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all arrearage are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a new engagement. , Kates of Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion. I For one square 13 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted, (at tbe discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord- ' AAi advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference t...

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. — 31 July 1841

" power, In' rsgsrd to lands' held or sold ' by the United States within their limits. But whatever may havs been the id of Mr1. Jefferson, and whether well or ill-founded, it goes a sightless T dirtanc, beyond any principle involved in the assent of the States to the establishment of branches of the central Fiscal Bank within their limits. ' ' 1 While there is rid violation or abandonment of principle in the proposed assent of the States, it Could not fail to exert a happy influence in reconciling opinions, and harmonising public sentiment. In reviewing the history of the past imposition to a National bank, tt will be seen that the most prominent objections to it has ever been founded upon the supposed violation of the nglitt and sovereignty of th elate in the intro duction of an institution of so much power and influence within their borders, without their as sent. That idea was conspicuously put forward by the resolutions ol the legislature of Virginia, in 1811, against the rcnew...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 31 July 1841

THE WHIG SENTIMENT IN PENN , 8YLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY. Notwithstanding the pressure upon our colums, we cannot resist the desire to make room for the following paragraphs from tha Pennsylvania Intelligencer, the leading Whig paper at Harrisburg, and the New Jersey Gazette, a Whig paper of equal authority In that, gallant State. The high tank party will discover, anon when it is too late, we fear, (that is, when their ar rogance or obstinacy has defeated the pas sage and approval of any bank law) that they are in a minority even smaller at pre sent than they were in 1832 and that there are countless thousands who did not case to be Republicans by taking the name of Whigs: From the Intelligencer. THE CONSENT OF THE STATES. There teems to us, to be, unnecessarily, ill reel ing in Congress, in reference to the details of the a Bank bill. Mr. Ulay ana nis irienas insist upon chartering a Bank, with power to locate branches waa'S the o.o bank.' The President i? : posed to be opposed to thi...

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. — 31 July 1841

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. I ,-,. .voFM0AtyJfa-.18, 1841. !.t' - ,. -;. l .. !;. 'i i i ';' ,fi i-i" ! THE FAMILY OF TBE LATE PRESIDENT. The House being in committee of the Whole on the stale or the Union, (Mr. TiLiArEino in the chair,) on the bill Tor the relief of Mrs.' Hat rison, widow of the late President of the United Stale; and Mr. Gilmer bavins concluded his remarks, as published in our last' Mr. POTE, of Kentucky, said that he should be very brief in the remarks he had to offer. (entlemcn were so much upon die watch and so p romp with their calls for the previous question, that he supposed he should get no opportunity of opening his mouth this sesaion, unless when the House were in Committee of the . Whole; as that was now the case, he would avail himself of the preeont hour in the performance of a duty very agreeable to his feelings. He had been one of the committee who reported the bill; he eon (eased that ha had felt some doubt at first on the constitutional ground which ...

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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. — 7 August 1841

THE BOOK'S LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON &, CLAEK II. GREEN Publisher! and Proprietors. ny aituokitv Tht Orders, Resolutions, Laus, dye, of tht! United Stales are published in this Paper. TERMS. rpiIIS 1APER is published wcek!y, at $3 in X advance, or &f at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a new engagement. Kates ol Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a squaro for each subsequent Insertion. For one square Vi months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. DEBATE IN THE SENATE, On the amendment proposed by Mr. Rives, July 1st, 1841, to the bill to incorporate the subscribers to t...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 7 August 1841

THE TIMES. Y K T T Ei SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1841. We lay before our readers this morning the reply of Mr. Clay, to the speech of Mr. Rives, on the State's Rights section of tho Bank bill, with which, along with the rejoinder of Mr. Preston which fol lows, we close this exciting and deeply motn rtoiis controversy. Rejoicing not exulting that it has probably terminated in the adoption of the principle which was rc-assertcd in the amendment of Mr. U., and that tin; country may now surely and calmly felicitate itself in view of the ad vantages of "a sound and safe and uni form currency," we dismiss all further, ar gument as to the relative merits of tho ri val sections, and shall ask but the devotion of a moment to the more graleful duty of endeavoring to demonstrate that the appre hensions most prominently dwelt upon by Mr. Clay, have been rendered more plaus ible than probable by the fire of bis genius, and the force of his elocution. It is not for us to say how much better had been suc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 7 August 1841

THE LOAN BILL 'N' passed the Senate by a vote of 23 to 20 n Monody, the 10th several friends of the bill being absent. '' In live course of some remarks by Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, in which ho handled the late Secretary of the Treasury with : erteat but just severity, tho necessity of this , loan was very briefly but clearly stated. It was for tho most part to pay off the debt incurred by the late Administration. They had authorized a debt in the shape of Treas ury notes, which was now outstanding and amounting to about eight and a half mil lions of dollars. The estimated wants of the Government for the year are 21 mil lion. But the estimated receipts are only 20 millions; not enough for current expen . The deficit and the Treasury note debt, therefore, equal in round numbers the -entire amount of the Loan. ' Tho vote of tho Federal Opposition went, ' therefore, as openly avowed by Mr. Cal houn, to stop the supplies. Mr. Clay com mented upon the deplorable consequences to the honor, c...

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. — 7 August 1841

..iu.. 1 AN. EXCELLENT SERMON. JW hava. on ftevoral occasions, noticed tfi? Sermons of Pow, J r.', "preached through the. columns of ihe Now York Sunday Mercury. 'TJc .'following is one of his latest, mul is given as a specimen of the preacRcr's quaint style. The text is admi rably chosen, and vc hope it will reach the hearts of some of our delinquent sub cribers. , At the particular ronttcst of t'vi editor if the Huhway Ik-raid. I will preach, on t;u .. c.M. , '. If ye aru honest, honorable men, iu ye Miii pay lliu printer. 1 rill - My nearer!" mere are many seemm tritl.'S in tills world which you tuv t apt t overlook on ni'coiinl oi their apparent unimportance, the neglect of wincii lias pt n :J Ihojsan Is into the do uest miru of itiHiM'v, and sunk their characters into in- cxtricaitlu degradation. Among these na tensinic trul '.s. mat ot neglecting to pay one's honest debts is tho must common, and atlend-Mi with the worst of consequences, It takes oil all the silken furze from t...

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