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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 14 August 1841

THE IIOON'S LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK II. GREEN '. Publisher t and Proprietors. BY AUTHORITY TKt Order t, Resolutions, laws, dj-c, of the United males are published in tats raper. T E KM l . rpiIIS PATER is published wceklv, at pin X advance, or $4 at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all airearages are paid and a failure to give notice ot a wish to discontinue will be con aidered a new encasement. Kates of Advertising'. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for eacn subsequent insertion. . r . r .1 . ... J..11 r ur one square li monini, iweniy uuuirs. Whero 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 ...

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. — 14 August 1841

their future trade, under a revival of busi ness, which tliis and other measures of re lief will bring, enough to make up to them ten and one hundred fold the losses which they will temporarily sustain. This is true economy, as well as practical wisdom. N. York is, probably, a creditor State to a still larger amount. And in my judgment, it were better for those creditors to sponge out the whole debt, rather than hold their ' debtors in "durance vile," under the vain hope of realizing any thing beyond the as sets which would come to them under n Bankrupt law. Whilst a few arc thus re monstrating against the law, Boston is push ing on in its favor, thereby promoting her own interest, and securing the good will of thousands whose trade she has never before enjoyed. Mr. President, 1 would not be understood, as fpeaking with any intentional severity of credi. tors. As a class llicy da not dcnerve it. There tire exceptions amongst them as in all other class. . Rut those exceptions (ire, g...

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. — 14 August 1841

' TELLING IT ABOUT RIGHT. : The Madiionian of the 27th concludes an Article in reference to the Courier and Enquirer's abuse of the administration, which we regret was copied into the Lou isville Journal, and several other Whig pa pers in this State, as follows : .., "For ourselves we expect neither justice nor 'charity from those professing to be friends, who teem to find fault with mora facility than the ' open enemy. We say gravely and deliberately, there is no sufficient reason for tho croakings - and complaints, which ara common among many or our friends. Have they no memories ? Can they not consider 'how the present Administra. tion came into power ? That it wes by forget ting the past by postponing difficulties among ourselves, and by uniting the efforts of men of various shades of opinion for a specified object the overthrow of Von Buren and his Sub-Trea. suiy. Under all the circumstances, of compromise ana victory; of the great work oelore us, aggra. voted by the lone lease...

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. — 14 August 1841

TO WOMAN. B T LOUD BYRON. Woman ! experience might have told inc, That all must love tliee who behold theo, " Surely experience might have taught, Thy firmest promises ar nought ; But, placed In all thy charms before me, All I forget, but to adoro thee. Oh ! Memory ! thou choicest blessing ; When join'd with hope, when still possessing ; But how much cursed by every lover, ' When hope is flVd, and passion's over. Woman, that fair and fond deceiver, Itow prompt are striplings to believe her ! How throbs the pulse, when first we view The eye that rolls in glossy blue, Or sparkles black, or mildly throws A beam from under hazel brows ! How quick we credit every oath, And hear her plight the willing troth ! Fondly we hope 't will last for aye, When, lo ! sho changes in a day. This record will for ever stand, " Woman! thy vows are traced in sand." The last line is almost a literal translation from the Spanish proverb. A SERMON FOR OLD MAIDS. In the last number of the New York Sunday Merc...

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. — 21 August 1841

TOE BOON'S LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON it, CLARK II. GREEN Publishers and Proprittort. BY AUTHORITY Th Orders, Herniations, Jiws, ivc, of the VMted States are puhlislted in this Paper. TElDlS. THIS PAPER is published weekly, at 3 in advance, or $4 at the end of the' year. N paper will be discontinued but at the option of the editors until all arrearages sre paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a new engagement. Rates or Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, Terr the first insertion, and fifty cents a square fur each subsequent insertion. For one square 12 month, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or 'dared, without the number of insertions being spe 'tilled, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) ontii forbid, and charged for accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as 11 orders for job-worV, must be accompanied with Xhe cash, or a reference to some responsi...

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. — 21 August 1841

flcikinrks 1 MIr. Ktre, On the amendmint, pwposcd by Mr. Clay, lo the Bank Bill, on the 27th July, 1541. Mr. RIVES said it would be a matter of xincore satisfaction to hiin, if ho could find it at nil practicable, consistently with the principles he had invariably held and frank Jv avowed on this floor, to assent to the -proposition nxado by the Senator from Kentucky. The honorable Senator lias told us that, this proposition has linen offered in a spirit -of compromise and conciliaton. I do all honor, said Mr. il., to that spirit on every occasion, and nartitularly when manifested bv the Si-iiiiinr froii Kentucky. But 1 tfcink he must perceive, that in regard t those who stand in the position, r.i w;iieh 1 stand in rul'cruace to &is uueslion, there is ir.ithin;: of c.oinproin'.u, noih'mii of eonccii- sion in tiiid amn. lai : :nl. Wliatwas tin principi.i avowed in the project of tho .Sec retary of the Treasury, which he, Mr. II.. submitted to the Samite as an amendment to the bi'...

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. — 21 August 1841

DCT-'Oi-d llowARD'Tliis olil "mother of counties" has held her own, and gono gradually "nhrnd," in a mnnn?r befit tm? the staiilncss and dignity of the motherly relation she sustains to the whole upper country, as well as her deserved reputa tion the State over. For at least a gener tion she has felt nothing but "hard times," and wc hope (in the sense in which we use it) she never will for it is under such a state of things that men and communities thrive best, because most surely and sub stantially. We presume wc are under stood but if not, and any one will look over the newspapers of some of the neigh boring counties, which had such good times two or three years ago that they were able to outbid "the mother of 'cm," they w ill read our meaning in the forced sales oi real estate, the appreciation in the price of which was all the talk about the time of the fever alluded to. Wc count 19 by the Sheriff alone, in the last Columbia Patriot, and wc have been told that the Fulton Re form...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 21 August 1841

tlcmarlis of JUr. Hire, On the amendment, prvpostd by Mr. Clay, lo the Bank Bill, on the July, 1841. Mr. EI VES said it would be a matter of sincere satisfaction to him, if ho could find it at nil practicnlilo, consistently with the "principles he had invariably held and frank jv avowed on. this floor, to assent to the -proposition m,ado by the Senator from Kentucky. The honorable Senator has told us that this proposition has r.vn offered in a spirit -of compromise and conciliaton. I do all honor, said Mr. it., to that spirit on every oceasion. and particularly when manifested by the Senator froi i Kentucky. But I Ifcink he. must perceive, that in regard to those who stand in the position, i:i which 1 :&lund in ruici-once to tjiis (jiiostion, there is n ithitijr of compromise, noihinu of co;t.:ck si n in tiiis am.1n,l:n ;nl. What was t!io principle avowed in the project of ll-.o Sec retary of the Treasury, which he, Mr. VI., suiimitted to the Senate as an amendment to the biI re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 August 1841

THE IIOOVS LICK TIMES. AMES R. BENSON it, CLARK H. GREEN PMiihtrt and Proprietort. BV AtlTltdntTv The Oritrt, Retnlutiimn, f.nws, Jet., of tht United uc ait jitimintira jn mis raptr. TeTTItis. HP HIS PAPER N published weekly, at A3 In X advance, or Jit at the end of the year. No pnijer will be discontinued but at the option of the iwmiir uuiii an atrearngns are paid and a tnilure t eive nmii:e of a wish to discontinue will be cbn iitlered u new engagKinnnt Rates of' Ailvcrtising. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, 0' less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for a(!h subsequent inertiun. For one sq'mre 12 mon hs, twenty dollars. Whre the insertion of an adv-rii.emrnt Is or dered, wi'ho'it the number of insertion hein spe cified, it will be inserted, (m the discretion of thr proprietors) until forbid, and charged fur accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well a all orders for job-work, mutt be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to tome responsi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 August 1841

attacking and destroying the "Caroline," they will consider that the laws of the U. States are such as the undersigned has now represented them, and that the Government "of the United States has always manifested a sincere disposition tn see tlose laws ef fectually and impartially administered. If there have been cases in which individuals, justly obnoxious to punishment, have es caped, this is no more than happens in re gard to other laws. Under these circumstances, and under those immediately connected with the transaction itself, it will Iks for her Majes ty's Government to show upon what state of facts, and what rules of national law, the destruction of the 'Caroline" is to be defended. It will be for that Government to show a necessity of self-defence, instant, ovei whelming, leaving no choice of means and mi moment for deliberation. It will be fr il to show, also, that the local author itii's of Canada, even supposing the neces sity of the moment authorized them to en ter the ...

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. — 28 August 1841

THE TIMES. FAYETTE! SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1841. Wo would not, at this late day, have encumbered our columns even with the masterly letter of Mr. Webster to Mr. Fox, had not the shameless and abandoned course of that portion of the American press which takes part with the British against their own patriotic representative, have seemed to render it a duty. We be seech our readers, after they have perused it themselves, to show it to such of their neighbors and acquaintances as have known nothing about it heretofore except through the jaundiced medium referred to and the infamous garbling and misrepresen tation to which it has been subjected, and ask them what they think of such editors. The burden of Mr. Benton's ob jection to it is, that "it lacks spirit" that is to say, it is not bullying and blackguardish enough for the taste of "our distinguished Senator 1" Any other imputation against its want of "spirit" is a libel and as a whole, it will be preserved and recurred to amongst the ...

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. — 28 August 1841

; t t piE VETO POWER. . , . A there seems to be a disposition on the tart of tin) public press to prejudge a veto, or at least to speculate upon the possibility of the exercise of the veto power, and to discuss its nature and extent, it would be yell to look into the Constitution, and such thcr lights as we possess, in order to take a fair start. A paragraph in a city contem porary of the 3d Itist., seems to imply that the exercise ot the veto power is illegiti mate, and that the signature of the Presi dent to bills is rather an obligatory clerical act, thnn the exercise of an independent and discretionary power granted by the Con stitution. ' ,Tl9 language of the Constitution is this: "Every bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it becomes a law, bo presented to the President of the United .Stntts, if ho npprove he shall return it, if not he shall return it, with hit objection.', to that louse in which it shall have originated, who ...

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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. — 4 September 1841

TIIE DOOIV'S LICK TIMES. UMK3 R. BENSON 4. CLARK H. GREEN Publishers and Proprittors. BV AtTTfldniTV TW Orieri, Resolution; Imws, cj-e., of tU United bwhm art puoutiua in mu raptr. TERMS. rpHIS PAPER it published weekl. at 3 in X advance, or fi4 at the end of the year. No papei will be discontinued but at the option of the rj:. . . . . . canon uoiii an arrearages are paid and a failure 10 give notice or a wish to discontinue will be eon aidered a new engagement. Rates of Advertising. One dollar per sauare. of twelve lines, or less. for the first iosertion, and fifty cents a square for acn suosequent insertion. For one square 13 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or' dered, without the number of insertions beine spe' cified, it will be inserted, (nt the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. ' All advertisements from strangers, at well as an orders tor job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to so...

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. — 4 September 1841

1 I 4 -7 ;'...' ' MKXS A U R Tim Vi:i:sidi:nt or tub cm i ld state-?. lie I it ruing with lis njeclions, the bill lo in corporate the Fiscal Bank of the United . Sin Us. August IC. 1841. Tu tin- Senate of the United Stales: Tiie I ill entitled " An net to iiif-nrprtr.-itr i lie subscribers k the l'ise.nl Hunk of ihe I'mled Suites." which originated in I lie Ni ruile, bus been considered by ni?, with ii sim-eie desire to conl'mm my notion in re jjiird ii it, to t hiit of the two Houses of Coiijiress. By the Constitution it is made my duly, either Unapprove the bill by si::n tnj; it. or to return it with my objections to the House in which it originated. I cannot eonseienliously give it my approval, find 1 piowd to discharge the duly required ol me by ilie Constitution to j;ive my reason!) lor disapproving. The power ol Congress to create a Na tional Hank lo opi ri'te fKr ? over the rnion.has been a question of dispute from the origin of our Government. Men most jiiftlv and deservedly...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 September 1841

THE TIMES . l'AYETTE! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1841. THE PRESIDENTIAL VETO. This document, under the circumstance and con siderations of which we have kept our readers and the country fairly and fully advised, has come upon the community not only without the astonishment affected in other places, but as a most natural and looked for vindication of the honor and consistency of the President. It is hence unnecessary for us to repeat our concurrence in tho soundness of its prin ciples, the conclusiveness of its reasonings, or the elevation of its sentiments. All stand alike impreg nable, and perhaps the only surprise of those who have been permitted to see both sides of the contro versy as it was in progress (as our readers have been) will be, that statesmen who have been asso ciated with Mr. Ttleii for so great a period, should have wasted any portion of the public time in pre paring such a bill for his concurrence. Be that as it may, he has performed a great public duty in a manner the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 September 1841

BY AUTHORITY. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES At10 AT THi riSST SESSIOS OfTWEKTT Sr.V. K NTH CONORISS. Public No. l.J AN ACT making appropriations for the present session of Congress. Be U enacted by the Senate and House of Ren. Tttentativet of the United States of America in Longnss assembled, l hat the following sums be, nod the snnie a.e hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any unappiopriated money in the Treasu ry, vt: For the p.iy of mileage of the members of the Canute lor tha present session, sixtv-eieht thou sand five hundred and fony-one dollars and sixty corns. For the pay of the Chaplain of the Senate, fivp bundled dollars. For printing; stationary and all other contin gem expenses of the Senate for the present ses sion, twenty thousand dollars. For the pay and mileage of the members of the House ol Kepresentntivcs, including five hundred dollars to the Chaplain, for the present session of Congress, two hundred and fifty six thousand six hundred dollars. For the printing, sta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 September 1841

TIIi: ItOOA'S LICK TINES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK H. GREEN Publithtrt and Proprietori. BY AUTHORITY The Orders, Resolutions, Laws, cf-c. . of th United States are published in this Paper. TERMS. rilHIS TAPER is published weekly, at $3 in JL 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. Rates of Advertising. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion. For one square 13 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or 3ored, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted, (at tho 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 so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 September 1841

0 shall be conclusive evidence of itself in faror of such bankrupt, unless the Mine shall be impeached for some fraud or wilful conceal ment by him' of his property, or rights of property, ns aforesaid, contrary to the pro visions of this act. on prior reasonable notice specifying in writing such fraud or conceal ment; and if, in any case of bankruptcy, a majority, in number and valus of the creditors, who shall have proved their debts at the time of hearing of the peti . tion of the bankrupt for a discharge as hereinbefore provided, shall at such hear ing file their written dissent to the allow ance of a disehann and certificate to such bankrupt, or if. upon such hearing, a dis charac shall not be decreed to him, the bankrupt may demand atrial by jury upon a proper issue to be directed by the court, at such time and place and in such minncr as the court may order; or he mav appeal from that decision, at anv time within ten days thereafter, to the circuit court next to "be held for ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 September 1841

THE TIMES. FAYETT E: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1841. D3" By reference to our advertising columns it will be teen that our office is adveiiised foi lale. We contracted for it twelve months ago, and entered upon the publication of this pnpi r, with no. other lapital or resources than our own industiy -expecting by that end thai alone, to be able to meet our contracts. So far as earning the necessary amount to comply with our engage, mcnti is concerned, we have not been deceived : but in getting it into our possession, we have. We have no other reliance for ilia necessary funds to relieve us of our embarrassment, than our customers and suSsciibeis, which is suffi cient in amount, and for which they have goitei, value received. Now the question is, will they come forward and pay ut what thty justly ou-t. vs, thereby relieving us fiom our difficulties, a well as performing a daty obligatory upon then ? The question ia fairly before them. Our prop erly is advertised for sale we want the mon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 September 1841

.University of the State of , Missouri. v TIMIE Preparatory Department of this Institu. L linn n opened agreeably to public notice, on Die I4th of April, and is now in successful op eration. Although the full organization of the University will not lake place, in consequence of the temporary unproductiveness of its funds, before the Autumn of 1842, provision has been made for the fornintiou of the regular collegiate classes on or about the first of December of the current year. With a view to the thorough in struction and discipline of the Institution, the Dumber of its officers will be increased at the com mencement of the collegiate tear, and the neces' sary books, and apparatus, both philosophical and chcmicul, will be provided. The subjoined schedule exhibits, substantially, the rourse of studv to be pursued in the Universi ty, and will serve as a guide to young gentlemen who may be desirous of connecting themselves with ii her ot the regular classes : f REI'AKATORT DEPARTMENT. ...

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