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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 29 May 1841

"'ffipE m&M MiUW jjilf!iiipl " A. H. BUCKNER, "POWER IS VKR STEAUNO ROM THE MANT TO THE FEW. VOL. 8 NUMBER 3?. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, MAY 2fr, 181. WHOLE NUMBER- ?97. : TERMS $2 SO if paid within three. yoth. S3 00 if paid dqhtff lie ye ft. $3 5l) if not p i during the year. Subscriber raajr discontinue their, pera at any time by payiaf far the time they -bare received tbetn, Mrr tn? vnrfloirr. Tbos who subscribe for a yeai, and do not at the lima of tbcribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will bo considered subscribers anlil tbey order the paper to be (topped, and pay all arrearages, iDVKKI'OKXKMs ft 00 per aquaro.for 12 tinea or lexa, lor the first inecr lion, and 5(1 cents for each continuance. (XAdrertiiwinoats mint bo marked with I he number of iosertioaj tbat are requested; otheruaae, they, till be coaunosd till torbid, and charged accordingly, variation Irotn tneae ratea in any case. tention of the committee has been directed ment of half the amount, and...

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. — 29 May 1841

Joseph Lippincott, Esq., Chairman of Com mittee of Stockholders of the Bank U. States. Sir I request, as an act of justice to Mr. S. V. S. Wilder, of New York, that the en closed statement may be printed with the re port of the Committee of Stockholders, read to the adjourned meeting on the 5ih inst. I am, very respect full v. T. D&2SLAP. (CCFYh-No. 2. Fint.ArBi.reu, April ?, 1841. To Joshua Lippincott Esq., Chairman, fcc. The Committee of stockholders of the Bank of the United States, in their report to the adjourned meeting read on April 5h, 184!, have stated that Mr. S. V. S. Wilder, of New York, was, or had been indebted to thaTins'iurton. I reeret that such statement was GCapxe in the form in which it appeal. ann wiimtui explanations winch are doe to him.- The whole amount on the Book of the Bank of the United States, oit of which the debts alluded to grew, was kept, and now stands, "Bills on London, advances S. V. S. Wilder," but Mr. Wilder had no interest therein, except ...

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. — 29 May 1841

The Called Session of Congress meets on next Monday. It it an important crisis in the history of this country, and we ea 1 upon every democrat in the State to inform him self in relation to the proceedings of this bodv. No man should be without a news paperin the present important struggle of antagonist principles, and especially 3hould no democrat. Kendalls Expositor and the Extra Globe, are both cheap and able poli tical papers, and to those who desire a pure ly political paper, we recommend either of these papers. We shall devote a large por tion of our sheet to political matter, during this extra Session, and anxious to diffuse imformation tmons the people, we propose to send the Journal to 5 subscribers for one year for 10 in advance. There is n one of our frb-nds who might net by a little exertion, obtain us thi number of sub scribers without difficulty, and we hope th;it they will erdcavor to do something for us. A votkr" shall appear next week. Owing to the day before public...

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. — 29 May 1841

POETRY. - TO A LADY. By Park Benjamin, Esq., Life editor of the lyorinch Spectator. Th tar that gilds life's morning sky Smiles sweetly o'er thee now, And flowers around thy pathway lie, And roses crown thy brow, Which shsde their wealth of rich perfume Mid ringlets trembling, like a plu i r, And a deep witchery, soft and bright, Is floating in thine eyes of light. Thy soul is music not a tone That charms the silver sea, When heaven is bending calm and alone, And night airs wander free Through spirit chords that unseen thrill. Can, wilh such. magic sweetness, fill My heart with rapture, or unseal The bliss that only love can feci! Holy and pure, thy angel smile Is mirrored n my dreams, As evening's first shrined, golden isle Sleeps on her shadowed streams; And o'er my thoughts thy vision floats, J. ike melody of spring-bird notes, When the glad halcyon gently hives Her plumage in the bright, blue waves. I cannot caze on aught that wears The beauty of the skies, Cr aught that in life...

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. — 5 June 1841

I A. H. BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 34. TCRXS S3 50 if paid withia three months. S3 00 if paid during the year. 1 $3 50 if not paid daring the year. 9abseribera nay discontinue tbeir paper at any time y paying for the time tbey bare received them, mt OT WTTBOCT. ' Tbeae erbo aabscribe for a. year, and do not at the ttM of Mtweribing, order a discontinuance at the end 'of rt, will be coawdered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearage!. lltVKRTINRMKXTS $t 00 per iqusre.for 12 line or less, tor the first inser ' lion, and SO cents for each continuance. gTAdirenisemoptt.maat be marked wilb the number fiasnrtia that a(e-reqaeied ; otbcrwiM, tbey c ill be ceatiaswd till forbid, and charged accordingly. No tsrhrtion from these rare hi ear case. Advertisements from a distance, and from person with whom we have no current account, must be ac eompaaied by the cash, or aume responsible reference ia town. All letters addressed to the editor, must be roerrarr, r tbe...

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. — 5 June 1841

VI U ---r i iinii, , I,, - ItoiiTiction of .U.tdison his Con fession. The testimony in the case of Madison, in dicted with others for the murder of Jesse Baker, was closed yesterday obout4 o'clock, and the arguments of counsel occupied some two Lours-. The case was then given to the Jury. They retired for a tew minutes; and then returned into Court with verdict oiguil ty of murder in the first degree. The pris oner received the annunciation ol the ver diet with a rigidity of countenance truly as tonishing. Jot a leature underwent the least change: the grasping of his Iiat, in rather unusual manner, was the only thin inaicaung tr.e existence ot any struggle in .1 l r .1 i i 1 mi ' ne mina oi mis naraenea villain, lie was immediately taken from the Court House to the jail. rvii .... ine moment tie was placed within its doors, all his assumed fortitude gave way. lie sans down upon a low seat m the passage way, and expressed a' wish to see a gentle man in this city using his name and th...

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. — 5 June 1841

GJrWe hare strong hopes that the secrets of that sink of iniquity, the U. S. Bank will be dragged to the light of day. We want to know the items of the suspended debt of 7 millions we want the committee to ex plain to the public, (that which Mr. Biddle has refuted to do) what has become of the $700,000, yet unaccounted for. We believe that public opinion will force the Committee to this, however much against their will. The following resolutions were submitted by Mr. Duane, to the stock holders at a late meeting, and passed without much opposi tion. Whereas, the Committee have reported that large sums of Money belonging to the Stockholders have been expended by their agents for purposes which the Committee could not ascertain the nature of: and wher eas, Bo explanation on this subject has been subsequently obtained, and color is thu? giv n to imputations cast upon the late existing Bank oi the United States that its funds had 'been used corruptly: And whereas, under such circumstanc...

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. — 5 June 1841

II ;4l POETK Y. THE LAST TEAR I SHED ET ROBERT JOSSELTN The last tear I sited was the warm otic that fell As I kissied thee, deirm-rther, and bade thee farewell; When 1 saw the deep cnguiah impressed on thy face, And felt, for tlie last time, a mother a em- And heard'thy choked accents, inpassioned and wild. God bless thee forever, Cod bless thee, my child! I thought of my boyhood, thy kindness to me. When youngest and dearest, I sat on thy knee: Of thy love to me ever so fondly expressed, As I grew up to manhood, unconscious how blest; Of thy praises when right, and they chid ings when wronir, While wayward with passions unyieldin: and strong. 1 thouzht of thy counsels, unheeded or spur nerL As mirth had enlivened or anper hod burned And how, when by sickness all helpless l lay Thou diJt nurse me and sooth me by nih and bvdav: How much I had been both thy sorrow and And my feelings o'crflowed, . a bov. and I wept like shed. Year, vears of endurance have vanis and nw There is pain i...

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. — 12 June 1841

A. H. BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 35. TERMS $3 50 if paid within three months. S3 00 if paid during the year. S3 SO if not paid durine the year. Subscribers may discontinue their pipers at any time 7 Pe""nS ,or "m0 tbe7 received them, kit or WITHOUT. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the lime or subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. lr RKTINEMKNTS. $1 00 per square.for 12 lines or less, tortiie first inset tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. 17 Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested ; otherwise, they r. ill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in sny cam. Advertisements from a distance, and from" perOf with whom vte have no current accounts, must be sc. emnpanied by the cash, or some responsible reference in town. AU letters addressed to the editors, must be rosTFAir. or they 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. — 12 June 1841

( FASHIONABLE WATERING PLACES. 8T A VILLAGE BEAU. Miss Simper appeared at Saratoga in an elegant suit of sable. She was said to be in ::: "irning for her father, an opulent broker Baltimore, recently deceased. Crief hid wasted her health, and weeping had washed away her roses, and she was come to recov er her appetite, and reanimate her blushes I r.Iiss Simper of course, was an heiress and attracted great attention. The gentlemen cJled her a beauty, and talked a great deal of her real estate, bank stock, and securities. Some of the Ladies thought her complexion too shallow, and some'objected to the style of ncraress; .urs. iiigunyer said she had not the air of a woman of fashion, while Capt Halliard pronounced her a suspicous sail and declared his belief that she was a privateer i;i disguise. Tha fair stranger, however, walked daily to tho fountain, modestly cast aowa ner eyes when gazed at, and seemed unconscious of all but her own sorrow?. -, ,"'.,w ,0CKm?: "ciai.ncd a About this ...

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. — 12 June 1841

DIED, on Thursday night, the 3d Inst, in St Louis Huoh O'Neill, Esq., in the 37tli year of his age. 0rHon. John White of Ky., was chosen Speaker of the house, and M. Si. Clair Clark, Clerk. The Senate also organised, on the firil day of the Session ilr. Southard, in the Chair. In our humble opinion and we speak our sentiments just when we choose and just so far as we think they may do service in our humble opinion, the complaints of the demo cratic papers are wholly gratuitous. The spoils, principle has been openly avowed by democratic leader, and. so far as regards the application of that principle, the whigs are only ten or twelve years behind the democrats. The democrats have gained thus much. And in from some four to eight years, the democrats will, perhaps, be again applying the principle with renewed vigor. In cutting off heads it remains to be seen which has the sharpest guillotine. Here we have a specimen of neutrality. from the St. Louis Atlas. The Editor never fails to "sp...

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. — 12 June 1841

rOETK Y . From the Lowell Offering MY COUNTRY'S FLAG. My country's flag! I love to gaze Upon thee, bathing in freedom's light! I love the very breeze that plays Among thy folds' on yonder height. Thy stars and stripes! I love thenfwcll, For all the high-born truths they tell, They o'er my spirit cast a spell, That seems by angel-inpulse given It savors less of earth than heaven. My country's flngt I love to think Of Thee, as of heaven-born thing, And with thy every thought, to link A holier name than prince or king, The christian's God it was, who gave The hand to rear thee, strength to save And made the champions bold and brave, To lift the stars and stripes on high, And tell their freedom to the sky! My country's flag! a sight of thee Shall waken livelier gratitude And many a youthlul heart shall see, That to be great is to be good. That noble being all must love. Who, raising injrandeur far above, Meanwhile was gentle as the dove And wrap round his towering mini!, The cords that ...

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. — 19 June 1841

mm Ml A. H. BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 36. TERMS 52 50 if paid within three months. 93 00 if paid during the year. S3 50 if not Daid durinv lha .r Subscribers may discontinue their papera at any time 7 pl!5 " received them, wrr W9T WmoDT, Those tree subscribe for a year, and do not at the uao oi MDseriDing, order a discontinuance at the end fit. will be considered subscribers until they order the ppr to n noppea, ano pay all arrearagea. Al VRRTINEMEXTS. f 1 OOperequare.for 13 lines or less, tor the first insei lion, and SO cents for each continuities. tTAdvertisementa must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested ; otherwise, they srill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No venation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we have no current accounts, most be sc. eompanied by-the cash, or some responsible reference la town. All letters addressed to the editors, mast be rosTrair rtbey wHI not be attended to...

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. — 19 June 1841

u ! 1: state of the war which lias so long afflicted the Territory of Florida, and the vaiious other matters of interest therein referred to, you will learn from it that the Secretary has instituted an inquiry into abuses, which pro mises to develop gross eu.'.vmities in connee tioa with Indian treaties which have been negotiated, as well as in the expenditures for the removal and subsistence of the Indians. He repicsents a'so other irregularities of a sericus nature that have crown up in the practice of the Indian Department, which will require the appropriation of upwards of g200;003 to correct, and wh'ch claim the im mediate attention of Congress. In reflecting on tha propsr mans of de fending the country, we cannot shut our eves to the consequences, which the "introduction and use of the power of steam upon the ocean are likely toproduce in wais between amratime States. We cannot vet see the extent to which this power may Le fippiied in belligerent operation?, connecting itself ...

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. — 19 June 1841

Arrest of Jo. Smith. We learn from the Quincy Whig that Jo. Smith, the Mormon Prophet, has been arrested, under writ issued by Gov, Carlin in compliance with a demand made two years ago, by Gov. Boggs, on the alleged charge of treason against the State of Missouri. Smith applied to Judge Dou glass for trftabeas corpus, w hich was granted, and is not yet disposed of. The Fiscal Acext. Alludiui? to the Re port of Secretary of the Treasury, the Na tional Intelligencer says Wc state for the information of our readers that the Secreta ry explicitly recommends the establishment of a central fiscal institution, having the Ica- tlingleatures of a National Hank." Mr. Jxeemle, lately appointed superinten- dant of Indiana Affairs at St. Louis, has de cliued the appointment, on account of bad health. Glestworth, the pipelaycr, , has been tried inn me jury tailed to make ? verdict, and the cause was continued for another trial. The Steamer Oregon, struck a Mia;- on her trip to New Orleans about ...

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. — 19 June 1841

POETRY. RECOLLECTIONS. I lore the West, when parting day Fades from the horizon away; I love the flower that dies in Spring, And every frail and fleeting thing, Then oft amid the altered scene, I lore to think that they have been. How swet those hopes forever fled! Distrust has entered in their stead The friendly tie was doomed to sever One link is broke and lost forever; And yet that golden silken chain, Shall round my 'heart of hearts1 remain. O'er some antique and ruin'd tour, The vine may weave its greenest bower, And oft the sweetest songs we hear, From olden trees decayed and sere. So happy days, now past and gone. Shall memory love to dwell upon. This heart, tho' crossed by wounded pride, Is blithe to all the worl J besides. And yet, whene'er I think of thee, Tis cold and silent as the sea. There love the omen-cloud will keep, Like Stormy Petrel on the deep. I must not chide thy fair pretence. Or charge thee with indifference; The emanations of whosa mind, Are winning oft, bu...

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. — 26 June 1841

BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 37. TERMS $2 so if p.id within three month. 83 00 if paid during the year. S3 50 if not ns.id Hnrinr iYim ... Subscribers may discontinue their papers at any time "7 pjing ior me urae mey nave received them, but ot without. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the p.Po. iv us siujipea, ana pay ail arrearages. AUVERTlMRMB-VTtt 91 00 per square.for 12 linea or less, tor the 6rst inset lion, and 50 cents for each continuance. ET Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions that are requested ; otherwise, they rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from tbese rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom e have no current accounts, must be ac companied by the cash, or soma rai punsiU reference 111 .WB. All letters addressed to the cilitor? mst ba imr, or they will not...

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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. — 26 June 1841

CONGRESS. Correspondence oj the Baltimore Clipper. Washington, June 8, 1841. Last evening after I closed, the resolution ot Mr. Wine in relation to the adoption of ihe rules of the last House, was agreed to, with the amendment of Mr. Adams thereto, striking out the 21st rule. . The resolution was then adopted, author izing the appointment of a select committee to consider the propriety of establishing a rascal agent tor the management ot the tinan cial anairs ot Government. The Senate re-elected Ausbery Dickens as Secretary and Mr. Dyer as Sergeant at Arms. A joint resolution wag reported by the se lect Committee on the death of the late President, recommending that the seats of members be for the whole session shrouded with Hack, and members weare crape on the arms tor SO das. This morning in the House, the names of members composing the Standing Commit' tees, were announced. The following are the lhairmen: On Elections, Mr. Halstrad Ways and Means, Mr. Fillmore Commerce, Mr. Ken n...

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. — 26 June 1841

freedom. Wadeny that Conasa has any constitu i , ' wor " "corporate a Aalional Bank. It can only be carried on by an incorporated company. Tha ConanuiUon eontaine mo f rant of power to oatallub a Bank on the contrary toe journals of the Conren tioo avbicb framed tba Conatitution, ahew. That a power to make a National Bank waa asked for and refused: That, p.wer t0 znni charter of in corporation waa iked for and refined: And thi proposition though Tarried in many ways and often repeated, waa aa often defeated indeed eo jealously waa the power of incorporation regarded, that IS ,2! il for c"l "d Internal Improvemenla, Mr. Jefferson tells us it waa from a fear that each cor. poratioae would be converted into banks. The power to make a Bank, and power to create any corporation, being thua lepealedlr refused to the Con. atitulion, can tbe General Government assume it by indirect means by implication and construction? It ia claimed aa necessary and proper to carry ioto effact the following...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 26 June 1841

POETKY. MY CHILDHOOD S PRAYER. Mv childhood's prayer! my childhood's prayer 'Tis ringing ever in mine ear, Willi memories of sweet days that were, When earth was new and hope was dear; When not a cloud, or sigh, or tear, Seemed traced within my horoscope; Nr hitter pane:, nor burning fear But all things whimpered hope, svect hope! Aias! there hath been sin and care Between mi and my childhood's prcyer. My childhood's prayer! Oil, not one llower But ' minds me of its purity; The lowliest daisy in the bower Brings back that gentle prayer to me, With all its joys of inf incy. I never look upon a star, Rut that its radiance seem to be A beacon from the days afar A memory of joys that were All fleeting but my childhood's prayer, Sly childhood's prayer each inf .nt tone Was lisped besid2 my mother's knee; Alas! my heart hath harder grown, Beneath r. chilling destiny; Yet never from my memory Sl.a'! fade the beautiful, the true; Sweet guardian of my infancy. This heart still fondly dim:- t...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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