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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 24 April 1841

BUCKXER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 28. TERMS S2 50 if ptid within three month. $3 00 if pi id during the year. $3 50 if not paid during the year. Subscriber may discontinue their paper at any time jr paying for the time they have received them, trr or wrraooT. 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 subscriber until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearage. ADVERTISEMENTS. $1 00 per square.for 12 lines or less, tor the first inser lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. t7 Advertisements must be marked with the nomber of insertions that are requested; otherwise, tbey rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these ratea in an ease. Advertisement from a distance, and from persons with whom we have no current account, muat be ac conpuwa oj hbd, ar viuv .evpuiiviuiv icibiuu in town, All letter addressed to the editors, must be rorrrair. r they will not be att...

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. — 24 April 1841

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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. — 24 April 1841

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Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 24 April 1841

From the Casket for November, 40 A kiss. A kiss! O, 'tis a magic spell That wildly thrills the breast. And bids it wills emotion swell, When lip to lip is pressed. 'Tu friendship's pledge affection's seal. And though a transcicnt Hiss, Yet still the coldest heart must feel The rapture of a kiss. A kiss', 'tis loves own tender breath Fond language of the heart The last communion held in death, When friends forever part, When gloomy cares disturb the breast, No charm can sooth like this; The mind is sweetly lulled to rest, Beneath a mngic kiss. A kiss, 'tis a dear delight, Whose memory often cheers. And shines through clouds serenely bright Re-calling by-gone years. "Who hath not fe?lt the boiom beat, With an ecstatic bliss. As loving souls together meet In transport's glowing kiss. From the Cultivator. PRESERVATION f F BACOX WIXTI.K CALVE. Messrs. Entor: A the season is nip idly approaching when all good housc-vi ive feel a natural sohciude fur the preservation of their bacon, permit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 May 1841

ill 7 A. II. BUCKNEIt, rOWER IS KVKR. STtAUNO FROM THE KANf T THE FEW.' Editor and Propristo- VOL. 8 NUMBER 29. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. S ATURD A Y, MAY 1, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 383. 7 YCTHS 32 50 if paid within tbre month. I control to accomplish his object. The richt s sssf iaxs;. er,:eailrr -ffice' TftWt Maaribara may dnoontinae their piper t any lima Jusl restraint, IS inevitably destined to pro kj atrtnf for the Una Ihey hare receired them, tor j duce a spirit of Crouching Servilitv with tlie wrwrraooT. I official corps, which in order to unhold the ' Tboaa who anbscriba for a year, and do not at the ,nnj v. .:r.u ConA. ,u " u , UP"UI" e teMafaobaeribinr.orderadcontinaanea at the end ' , .Cl feCs lhem Would 'ead to direct Tit. wUI be considered aubacrtbera nntil thav order tha piper to be stopped, and pay all arrearage. . . . J 1 00 per sqiisre.for 13 Tinea or less, tor the 6rat inser Uoa, and SO eenta for each continuance. IT Advertisements mutt be marked with the number f insertions ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 May 1841

dialogue on matters SUEtl thill? ia fjJcnei.-.i, brtu orsi SUE Til anrfJO.MS. t Jose7. When we last pa.ted yon prom ised loexplain tomesomeof the fundamental laws of Political Economy, which you told me was the same science applied ta the gov ernment of a nation, thnt, domestic economy is applied to the government of a family. Will you be so good as to fulfil your prom ise, at least in part. Smith. I will endeavor to do so, but vou cannot expect anything more than a few of the simplest outlines, tor a science which oc cupies volumes for its full deveiopement can not be squeezed into the compass of a few irinutes conversation. One cf the most im portant laws taoght by political economy, is that alt wealth is derived from humiin la bor. 1 say by human lubor, because wheth er :his be aided by the na'.u-ir.il elements of nir,fire, water or earth, or by the instrumen tality of cattle, machinery or implements of any kind, it makes no difference, fur without human labor none of these agent...

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. — 1 May 1841

fcWM of ell doctrine, that precedent makes .I,ht. Alluding to the extract Iron the Inaugural address, which we published la,t week, the Washington Globe makes the following remarks: We bare tcrutiniied this paragraph with a tin tf wish to understand aud give it a fair ioterpre Ut. But we ureal fault io the bunt. The Fieri seat fays: I ahall promptljr give ay sanction to 'T eotutitultonal eneasare, which, orignaling iu -Coerrese, aball bare for iu object the restoration ol a auuad circulating medium," ate. He has declared ftiaatelf against a NaUonal Bank a hundred times, oth as unconstitutional and expedient. He adds: I aball resort to the fatheri of tbe Republican Sehool foradrice and Instruction, to be drawn from their Ufa views of our Government, in deciding up on the adtpHon of an tueh measure to the end pro- H tonfoimily to the Constitution The fathers of tbe Republican School all declared a .Bank UBConstitotional-Tbomat Jefferson, James Mad i? i,n,e M"'oe, Johu Taylor of Caroli...

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. — 1 May 1841

ST. LOUIS MARKET, April 20. IC4I. Bacon Hams. 7u$; Shouldrs. 4 ; Sides 5; hog round, 44 dull. Beans 75c ilull Butter In kegs 7a9 good supply and dull. Brandy. American 50375; plenty; Cog niac 1 50a $3; Cliampnigne .$2a.3. Bees-wax 22a2 1 scarce. Candles We quote sperm 43u50; mould 14; dipped 12 good supply. Cotton. Yarn 24 to 25, sales. Good supply CojjV Huv. crern, 131714; Rio 12al3; Java lGial8; .St." Domingo 12j13c in de mand. Segars Melee 5Ja6; per in. I lav. M. 15i20; per Principe 20a25. Cood stock on hand. Cordage Hemp bed cords ,$2 50: Grass 3 00; Manilla plough lines $1 50; Manilla rope 1415 Hemp plough lines 1 25. Domestics We quote for 4 a 8o9c; 4-4 at 101nl2.; plentiful supply. Flour, City mills 4 a 4 25; country do 3 50a3 75 large supplv. Fish-So. l,.$;19;a20No.2. 17;No.3.$13 scarce Cod fbti, ,$2 00 Herring, 1 1 to 1 3 plenty. Fruit Raisins M R 3 25;3 50 scarce SS Almonds 16rl8; h. s. do 1Ci12I Fur Peltries Raccoon prime, 40 a 62; Mink, !2'z25;0:ter 25 00; Fox, G rev 25;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 May 1841

A. H. BUCKNER, POWER IS EVER STEALING FROM THE If ANT TO THE FEW.' Editor and Proprietor VOL. 8 NUMBER 30. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 394, TEEMS $9 SO if paid within three month. $3 00 if paid daring the year. S3 50 if aot paid daring the rear. Subscribers may discontinue their papert at any time ky paying for the time they have received them, ct or wrraooT. Those who eabscribe for a year, and do not at the lime ofrabscribiar, order a discontinuance at the end of it, wilt be considered subscribers until tbey order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS, f 1 00 per sqoare.for 12 hoes or less, tor toe first inter tioa, and 50 cents for each continuance. IT Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are reqaested; otherwise, tbey rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rate in any case. Advertisement froeg a distaste, and from person with whom we have no current accounts,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 May 1841

lausting t . ; . tr. TO !'C j 1 .I.tt.i tti :;c SJ.H C l'.-;.iii ep.ce 'ii ' fVk,r. s!.' v v. '.in u c-ci Ms-i.i.t; ;. i :.:ir. V. hen it 1 utile r.ri.ercr.ry ! io fV. ..;.(: rli. ;;!! It fbilowrd i r a w!. j "i li"- j oil ii.e : : f!;:;-?:n.4 to rise Ba ; bar iii'ouis his he". ! ::C'.;. c?i.r r.- " ' w :i i IT. ve U:.M Ycarr. .Miii Mid the V. li; .it :c flowing K-:r:n. ri'.r.i fo; :. Il'li iijVl' .! I'.' i ;iv v. cor i CO- .1. ihil, and le ploughed in, ; sjuiiii', when it v.".;!J COli Jilioii for 1b. u-c.o. IV ii. ire in tiit; Sill, eft .. lO ill? ! till !: in "i-oJ j , head with ' hi v. lie It'l Utrcl a s.;..:r Kiwis til Li rope; t .: ;! V- . ''..it ii.tV . he ::A.d : I :" lie . .:: the. I I;" Iccn ;i:td tim tlievi.ad no v. c i 'a'her. : i; i.i t AM'l W. I i.L r . l I.i I.: - i ' hi:tty. ch:;-..; it-- - mic I'dioncd. i'rouit n.cn! K wou!u seeiii that ah .i tcti caver. ii'i.i i rivi: . 'fc.jU M I-1 n"! f . !;.. ... i-.ii.nl :ti 1 ! w as ; ir.vn mi' . li. .... Icy i.u;..I?i(d .. . l...

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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. — 8 May 1841

S.nr!t!V. MAY : Tin: didis h-.n: Mr. Tylkr, w!k nmv hold the p - cs:.ic!i - tian chair ly deu.is has 'crt:menced the w U.ir. .-rh.li with a vciug:uice. Tl..r ins. i..i..i in lh;:... cratic Missouri is the faithful, taht.'.ed. amia ble ami unobtrusive Uki.ii., the Mauiial ol this State. lie is made to give place to whom? To CI. Win. II. ILissc!!, !r.:c a representative from Nicholas county, Ken tucky!! And what was the odence ol Dr. Uclle, who ha.J lepn n ritieii ol .Missouri lor twenty years! Was he cut a faithful, capable and honest officer? Had the cini'i.s of Reife sod Ru-r.-ell lica submitted t the people of Missouri, Russell would h ive been left in the rear ?iht t'lvitsnn ! rntrt. Dries anv man dare charts Kki.fi, wiili l.et:- ana ctive partisan? We ask the whigs, one and all or anv of them, i;vm c ;ij can ti.rv give, for the Ukm-.n u. oJ i dare them to speak or.t. V '.i a hun-'rv exitertttni. :;n.i a'tePi risbi.rg Cinven;ion. a:;.! it;:::-; :r "iiigton, from the d ay ol" the ...

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. — 8 May 1841

ST. LOUIS MARKET, April 29, 1841. Bacon Hams, 7a6; Shouldrs, 4; Sides 51; hog round, 4 dull. Beans 75c dull Butter In kegs 79 good supply and dull. Brandy American 50a75; plenty; Cog niac $1 50a$3;Champaigne$2a.$3. Bees-wax 22a24 scarce. Candles We quote sperm 48a50; mould 14; dipped 12 good supply. Cotton Yarn 24 to 25, sales. Good supply Coffee Hav. green, 13.al4; Rio 12al3; Java 161al8; St. Domingo 1 2a 13c in de mand. Segars Melee 5ta6; per m. Hav. M. 15a20; per Principe 20a25. Good stock on hand. Cordage Hemp Led cords 2 50: Grass S3 00; Manilla plough lines 1 50; Manilla rope 14a 15 Hemp plough lines Si 25. Domestics We. quote for i at 8a9lc; 4-4 at 10ial2l.; plentiful supply. Flour. Citv mills 4 a 4 25: country do 3 50i3 75 larce supply. Fish Ho. 1, .$19;a20No.2. 17;No.3,$l3 scarce Cod fish. S2 00 Herring, 11 to 13 plenty. Fruit Raisins M R 3 25;a3 50 scarce SS Almonds !Gal8; h. s. do 10121 Furs If Peltries Raccoon prime, 40 a 62;Mink. I2sa25:0tter 2a5 00; Fox,Grey 25: Wild c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 May 1841

A A? Jl , .TV's XTNV T" . - -ew Jl!DljfW$U A, H. BUCKNEIt, VOL. 8 NUMBER 31. 50 if paid withim three month. S3 00 if paid during the year. 93 50 if not paid during the year. . Subscriber may discontinue their paper at any time by paying for the tine they hare received them, sot or WITHOUT. Tboee who subscribe for a year, and do not at the lime of anbacribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, snd py U arrearages. - ACVBRTIHKMr M f 1 00 per square.for ? 3 lis., ; v 'o, o first laser Uoo. and 50 cents fr each an.iwaace. . KX Advertisements must be marked with tho number of insertion that are requested ; otherwise, they trill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons viu wnom we nave ne current accounts, must be ac eompanied by the cash, or soma responsible reference is town. All letter addressed to the edit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 May 1841

STATE OF THE FINANCES AT THE CLOSE 07 TriC LAST ADMINISTRATION. Tr.CASVRT DEPARTMENT, March 2, 1841. In pursuance of a suggestion by the Presi dent, the Secretary of the Treasury submits, with his resignation, a .general statement ol ihe fiscal operations of his Dcparsnicnt, since the Inst annual report, in order to show its condition till the close of his connection with it- So far as yet ascertained, the ordinary ex penditures for the year 1 840, have, since that report, proved to be less than those in 1839 by , the amount th:-n estimated of be tween two and three millions of dollars. The revenue lias turned out, also, to be nearly the same, as then calculated, making ia the actual result though affected by fhi tuations in imports almost unexampled lit tle or no variation from the estimate in 1839, beyond whnt has been the average annually, for the last quarter of a century. The arailable balance of money in the Treasury, at the commencement of"l84 1, in cluding, as ws before comp...

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. — 15 May 1841

FAVORITISM. OCT Our attention was attracted a few dsvs since in passing through the Court House, by a Tabular statement of the a- mount or the Road and Canal Fund of this County, the amount borrowed by individual", and to whom loaned, and the sums expend ed by the Court affixed to the inside of the door, and signed bv the County 1 rcasurer. We had the curiosity to look over it, and found that it presented the lollo wins facts: Amount loaned, $9307.731 In the hands of Treas'r 83,36 Total, 9391,091 Our curiosity led us to examine further, nnd we found that the sum of $1943,821 had been loaned to Democrat?, and the sum of SEVEN THOUSAND, and TWENTY THREE DOLLARS and FORTY CENTS to Whigs, and $260 to individuals whose politics we are not acquainted with. Of the amount loaned to Democrats, there is one sum of $300. and 2 of .$200. and all the rest are in sums less than $200. Ul those bnr rowed by Whir one has $622.54-inother $725 a third 525 a fourth 5001 fifth 625 a sixth 350 a seventh ...

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. — 15 May 1841

Godcv'S Lady's Iiook. VOLS. 22 & 23-1841 epitki er MRS. SARAH J. IIAI.I2. and SIRS. LYDIA H.SIGOUKXEY. MISS E. LESLIE will have a contribu tion every number. The Only Magazine in this country intend ed for the perusal ot Females that is edited by their own sex. This is an important tnat'er that should be borne in mind by tho5e mothers who in tend catering for their own. or iheir daugh ter's instruction and amusement. GENERAL CONTENTS. One Original large sized Steel Engraving, by A. L. Dick, in each numl cr. A Fashion plate, colore", (mark that) every month. Two pag. s (generally original) Music in cich cumber. Forty i it:ht piTM readme matter. PICTORIAL LE1MRMEXT. The same attention t" this department will be displayed. Those sp'end d Steel Engrav ings, hy A. L. Dick.FM , that pave simn:h satisfaction last volume, will he continued. Throughout this year, the plates will he varied, nnd embrace eriim and pleasing subject, and others that will contain n dash of humour. All tates sh...

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. — 22 May 1841

mm salt a&flNjfr A. H. BUCKNER, POWER IS EVKR STEALING FROJf THK MAtt'TO THE FXW. EurroR ahd Propriktor. VOL. 8 NUMBER 32. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1041. WHOLE NUMBER 396. TKSJC3 t? 50 if paid withio thro moalha. (3 00 if paid during tba year. S3 SO if not paid durinr tbe rear. Sdbseribers may diacontinue their papers at any time y paying ror the time they bare received them, acr or wrruooT. Thoaa who aubaeribe for a year, and do not at the Use of subscribing, order a diaeontinotnee at tbe end of at, will be eanaidered aubaenbera until they order the paper 10 a awppeo, ana pay ail arrearage. tUVERTIKEMRKTM. f 1 00 per aqture,for 12 linea or less, tor toe firat inaer tion, and SO eente for each continuance. tTAdrertiiementa muat be marked with the number of insertions that are requested ; otherwise, ibey ill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No Variation from these ratea in any ran. AdaertiaeiasnU from a distance, and front pcrrona with whom we have n...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 22 May 1841

&U1.0CUK ON HATTERS ANli THINGS IN GENERAL, BETWEEN SMITH AND JONES. S. No country can enjoy a courre r,f utrnterrup'ed prosperity, in which the banks are allowed to play such fantastic tricks ns we have seen them do in the United States witinn the last three or four year. Stability in the currency ol a country is as essential 10 its well being as stability iu its weights and measures. J.- So it appears to me, and I atn at a loss to conceive why all the people ot substan tial property in the country do uot rise upas one man against so pernicious a system, and put it down. S. My dear friend, the people of sub stanstial property think political economy to be beneath their notice, and therefore will not itudy it; in consequence of which they remain in "ignorance of the causes which sweep away their wealth, and really believe a fluctuating currency to be a very beneficial thing to their interest. j J. W hv that is rcaliv strange. ?5 It is not more strange than true, and they remind ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 22 May 1841

treated with insolent contempt, by comlt ting matters in which they have an immedi ate concern, to the exclusive control of managing politicians." We find in the Inst Globe, a list of the names of Ihe officers, nnd salaries paid to each, at the accession of the present admin istration in the departments at Washington. The following summary we commend to the Whigs who have been deceived by the false hoods of their presses, in relation to the pro- D. F. 9 29 145 109 45 8 15 64 7 13 221 223 State Department Tienury do P. Office do War do Navy do Let it he remembered that the Democratic Party was in power, 13 years, nnd in that time they only divided the offi ces nt Washington with their opponents. This was the pint where, if Mr.' Van Bn ren desired to prns.-ril.e all officers fur opinions Kike, he would have exercised his power. Uli:it sii-m we ii.iiik 01 me new comer, who not content with sin equ;.l ii vision "f the spoils, ure hurrying on to j:rab the whole, notwitlistandinf; tln-y w...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 22 May 1841

f- POET K V. j - Fiom the Philadelphia Time. THE "GREAT FINANC ER." An "The Nice Young M.n.n There wa i a financier, by thenume Kick, And be woie (wo Grecian curl; While hit faair it w long, and combed quite dick. And bung down behind, like girl't. Hit panti were like drawer and he'd glove on h'l pawl And he carried a nice green bag; The Fed and their stive taid they never in their live Had teeu tucb a nice old wag. The Demo't were hy of the "great fiaancier", For they tar through all nil tricks; Cut the whiggie poor dupes! did'ot tee to clear. Till they fonnd hem-el vet "in a i". Ce to!d all the dolts, there wit caih in the vault, Though it did'ot ex actly appear; Yet the ''servile rout one and all cried out "O! la! what a great financier!', He riorubopccd the Feds, with hi letter long. And played them many a prank : Eut ttil) they ne'er raw there watany thing wrong In lot slir.to'-l.and tricks in the bank. If he raliM thing black, or id they weie white, i nst to ti'lh'm they'd app...

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