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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 September 1841

TUK UOO.VS LICK TIN MS. AMES It. BENSON it CLARK II. GREEN Puhlithtrt and Proprietors. BY AUTHORITY The Ordors, Resolutions, Laws, cj-c, of the United States are published in this Paper. TEKIflS. fPHIS TAPER is published weekly, at $3 in JL advance, or t at tho end of tlie year. No paper will be discontinued but at tho option ot the Editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be cun idered a new engagement. Kate 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 12 mom lis, twenty dollars. Where tho 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 fur 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 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. — 18 September 1841

any where in the United Slates, without asking any other consent of the Slate than that which is already expressed inthf Constitution. The President does not concur in the existence of that power nnd was supposed to entertain an opinion thnt the previous assent of the States was nee.-ssary. Here was an unfortunate eon diet of opinion, lien; was a ease for compromise and mutual concession, if the difference could lie reconciled. Congress advanced so far towards a compromise as to a'low the States to express their npsent or dissent, but then it thought that this should be done within some limited, hut re as nialile time: and it believed, since the Bank and its branches were established for t'u- benefit of twenty-six States, if the authorities of anv one of them really could Hoi. make up their tnind within that limited time cither to assent or dissent to the in troduction of a branch, that it was not tin reasonable, after the lapse of the appointed time without any positive action, one...

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. — 18 September 1841

THE TIMES. T.J-";-t'.... - - - - -- zrL-z-rz. z: P A Y 13 T T 13: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1811. IOWc to-day lay before our readers tlie speccli of Mr. Clay on the veto mes sage of the President. We give it entire, believing our readers will be more inter ested with it than any thing else wc could select. We will next week give Mr. Hive's rcplv, and the rejoinder of Mr. Clay. lO'Votc on the final passage of the "'Fiscal Corporation' in the Senate. YEAS Messrs. Archer, Harrow, Bntes, Berrien, Clioate, Clay of Kentucky, Clay ton, Dixon, Evans, Gralium, Henderson, Huntington, Kerr, Mangum, Merrick, Mil ler, Morehead, l'helps. Porter, Prentiss, Preston, Simmons, SSmiih, of Indiana, South ard, Tnllmndge, White, Wood bridge 27. NAYS Messrs. Allen, Denton, Buch anan, Calhoun, Clay of Alabama, Cuthbert, Fulton, King, Linn, Mellobevts, Mouton, TS'icholson, Pierce, Hives, Sevier, Smith ol Connecticut, Sturgeon, Tampan, Walker, Woodbury, Wright, Young 22. "WE ARE SATISFIED." Wc are happy in bei...

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. — 18 September 1841

AUCTION SALE OF LAND and STOCK. WILL ha sold to the highest bidder, at the residence of I he undersigned, one mile norm of Fayette, on MONDAY, the li7th day of September, the north-west quarter of section 1. township f)0, range 10, containing 1.7? 1-000 acres, about, one fourth bottom, the rest upland; nearly lis If ilie truck is well endowed, and about 45 acres in cultivation; it has a permanent spring of good water convenient to a beautiful building spot tieiir the folks of Huntsville and Moniteau roud, (jut one mile from tow n) and plenty of stork water; most of the soil is good, and the tim ber "uperior and abundant. TERMS Huh' cash, the balance in 4 and 8 mouthsTitle indisputable. A LSO At the sunn" time and place, will be sold, for cah, i: or an h. nd of CATTLE; till SHEEP; und aiiotit. l'J HOUSES am! MULLS. Sale t-j coin tnenecat ID o'clock, A. M. ISAAC rE ARSON'. Fayette, Aur. JS, IS 11. Ul-tiis. t I will nccotnpany nny person wishing to view the hind previous to the sale. 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 September 1841

TIII3 ItOOA'S LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON A CLARK H. GREEN Publishers and Proprietors. BY AUTHORITY The Orders, Resolutions, Laws, JfC, of the United Slates are published in this Paper, TEUMS. riHHS TAPER is published weekly, at $3 in L dvance, or $(4 at the end of the year. No pnper will be discontinued but at tlio option of the Editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to (five notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a new engagement. Kates of Advertising. dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, forflie first insertion, and fifty cents a square for euch Subsequent insertion. For one square 12 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertiscmrnt is or tiered, without the number of insertions being spe eified, 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 (he cash, or a reference to some respon...

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. — 25 September 1841

the President? I am persuaded that those gentlemen themselves would bo the last to assert any such pretension. Dirt as the question has arisen, I will for one say that the President, in our system, being alone responsible for its official conduct, and in a peculiar and emphatic manner for the ex ercise of the veto power, can legitimately acknowledge no control in these high functions but that of his conscience. The Senator must be persuaded that no thing is further from my intention than to misrepresent his sentiments; but the justice 1 feel due to a high officer, who has dischar ged, as President Tyler has done, a solemn and deeply responsible obligation to the Constitution and to bis country, demands that he should be shielded from the insinu ation of having acted in any manner in violation of the claims of good faith to those who raised him, by their voices, to Ms elevated station. The Senator intimated that when offering his last amendment to tiiu bill, as a compro mise, he beli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 September 1841

than one hundrcd-and fifty thousand dollars, nnd (he minimum price at which the public lands are now sold at private sale shall not be increased, unless Congress shall think proper to grant alter nate sections along the line of any canal or other internal improvement, and at the same time to in crease the minimum price of the sections reserved; and in case the same shall be increased by law, except as aforesaid, at any time during the opera tion of this act, then as much of this act as pro vides that the nett proceeds of the sales of the pub lie lands shall be distributed among the several States shall, from and after the increase of the minimum price threof, cease and become utterly null and of no effect, any thing in this act to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided, That if, at any time during the existence of this act, there shall be an imposition of duties on imports incon sistent with the provisions of the act of March se. cond, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, -e...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 September 1841

t A. K. The undersigned would respectfully guy to ill who are Kliaki tiy will) tlio Ague, and those that are expecting to shake, that lie has a large quantity of the following Ague Killer : DR. CHAMPION'S VEGETABLE A v 12 ;w U I I C I IV E ; A safe and certain cure for Chills and Fever in all its complicated forms; Also, an effectual rem dyfnr Fevers of every description. This medicine has been used by the proprietor a number of years, in extensive practice, during which time he has treated some thousands of cases of Fever, and from the success in this mode of practice, be is confident it must and will be the pre vailing practice in Fevers. It never fails to cure the Clnlls and Fevers the first day. Bilious, Typhus, Nervous, Coniestive, and Win tcr Fevers, all yield to the use of this medicine, mid are cured by this system of proctice, in a shor tcr lime, and with much more certainty than by any oilier system ol practice that has ever been recom mended. Certiticate from Dr. Julius S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 2 October 1841

li i i n , , . TUB BOOK'S XICK TIMES. AMES, R. BENSON it CLARK H. GREEN " 'i PMuhtrt and Proprietor I. ' - ! -'I BY AtlTIteMTY . Tki Order,' Resolutions, 1twi, f-c,, of the United '. Slates are published in thii Paper. ;':.1;;:.'xe'r1is. " . T1HIS PAPER is published weekly, at 3 in JL advance, qr $4 at the end nf the year. No paper will be discontinue1! but at t lie option of the E li-ors until all arre!iiMri are paid and a failure to givt notice of a wish to discontinue will be con aidered 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 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, (nt the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. 1 All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, mus...

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

them (hould be left to tho future and delib- , erate judgment of the people. Mr. Cr.ky. No; you arc mistntken. !I YcconJjtc'd it only as apis alter. '. 1 . 'Mr. Kives.V A pis allcr is about as much as is left to lis. ' Not having the speech of the honorable Senator before mc, I will not now contest the matter with him, thongh I may take occasion hereafter to refresh the recollection of the . Senator. "What, sir, 'was the bill of the Senator, which was sent to the President, but a pis aller? Accord ing to the Senator's own statement, it was a very different thing from what ho would have made. In its location, in its name and character,, and especially in the so-called compromise section, which the Senator tells us he introduced in a spirit of the extrcm cst concession, ho agreed to make it a dif ferent thing from an oldfashioncd Bank of the United States, the beau ideal of cur rency and finance in the eyes of the Sena tor. The Senator's own bill, then, was but a pit aller, and there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 2 October 1841

. TIIE END, OF THE SESSION.. . The National Intelligencer of the 14th says: Tho two Houses of Congress ad journed last evening, according to previous resolution, after one of the most laborious and fruitful sessions that has ever been held. Excepting in the first Congress, be ginning in March, 1789, and ending in March, 1791, and the session of 1811-12, no session has given birth to measures, ta ken altogether, of equal importance, or which promise so abundant a harvest ol blessings to the present and future genera tions, as that which has just closed. . One measure only is w anting to complete a great system of policy which we could contemplate with unmixed pride and plea sure. That measure the reader will oi course understand to be the establishment of a Fiscal Agency, to substitute the re pealed Sub-treasury, and, directly or indi rectly, to regulate the currency, and facili tate, if not to equalise, the exchanges be tween different parts of the country. That measure has failed, ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 2 October 1841

Tke undersigned weald respectfnlly My to ell who are shaking with the Ague, and those that are expecting to shales, that he has a large quantity of the following Ague KtUer : 1 ' " DR. CHAMPION'S VEGETABLE Jl U E MEDICINE; A safe and certain curt for Chilli and Fever in all Us complicated J orms; Alto, an effectual rem' 1 dyfor Fevers of every description. This medutna has been used by the proprietor a number of Tears, in extensive nnn-tiro. during which tima he has treated some thousands of cases of Fever, and from the success in this mode of practice, be is confident it must and will be the pre vailing practice in revert. It never fails to cure the Chills and Fevers the first day. Bilious, Typhus, Nervous, Conjestive, and Win tor Fevers, all yield to the use of this medic-tap, and are cured by this system of practice, in a shor ter time, and with much more certainty than by any other system or practice that has ever been recom mended. Certificate from Dr. Julius S- Taylor, a pract...

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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. — 9 October 1841

THE BOOK'S LICK TIDIES. TIMES R. BENSON A. CLARK II. GREEN Publisheri and Proprietors. BY AUTHORITY Tht Orders, Resolutions, Laws, SrC, of the United States are published in this Paper. T 13 KM S . 'PHIS PAPER it published weekly, at $3 in JL advance, or flM at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editors until all iirearngvs are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be con sidered a new engagement. Rates or Ailvcrtifting. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for ach 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, (nt tho discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. All advertisement from strangers, as well a all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to tome...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 9 October 1841

and differing from and opposing any of mem oniy irom a ingu sense of public autv. i. ... Iho more important question remains to be touched.. Wliat ought to bo the future line of conduct of tho Whig party iu the extraordinary , emergency which now ex ists? They camo into power to accomplish great and patriotic objects. By the zeal and perseverance of the majorities in Con gress, sonio of the most important of those objects have been carried at the extra ses sion. Others yet remain to be effected. The conduct of the President has occasion ed bitter mortification nnd deep regret. Shall the parly, therefore, yielding to sen timents of despair, abandon its duty, and submit to defeat and disgrace? Far from suffering such dishonorable consutinenccH, the very disappointment which it has unfor tunately experienced should serve only to redouble its exertions, and to inspire it with fresh courage to preserve with a spirit un subdued and a resolution unshaken, until the prosperity of the countr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 9 October 1841

THE TIMES. FAYETTE: SATURDAY. OCTOBER, 9, 1841. "Washington, Sept. 13, 1841 . "I am perfectly persuaded of the abso lute necessity of an institution, tNDBn the authority op Co.n'gress, to aid reve Tiuc and financial operations, and to give to the country the blessings or a good ctn rency and cheap exchanges. Notwith standing what lias passed, 1 have confi dence that the President will co-operate with the Legislature in overcoming aix difficulties in the attainment of these ob jects. DANIEL WEBSTER." tC7The desire to give the address of a portion of the Whig members of Congress and Mr. Bell's statement, in to-day's pa per, has left us without room for the notice vee had intended of the Democratic meet ing held on Monday last, or any thing else in the way of editorial. A score of cornrnunitions in reference to the examinations and exhibitions that have taken place during the week are also crowded out. The "examinations, &c. were creditable alike," says our corres pondent, "to teac...

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. — 9 October 1841

A. K. The undersigned would respectfully say to all who are tiha klfigr the Affile, ntd those that are expecting to shake, l hat lie lias a large quantity ol tlit following Ague Killer s DR. CHAMPION'S VEGETABLE AGUE: nEDICIIVE; A safe and certain cure for Chilli and Fever in all its complicated forms; Also, an effectual rem- dy for Fevers of every description. This medicine has been used by the proprietor a number ol' years, in extensive practice, during which time he has treated some thousands of cases of Fever, and from the success in this mode of practice, lio is confident it must and will be the pre vailimr practice in Fevers. It never fails to cure the ChMIs and Fevers the first day. Bilious, Typhus, Nervous, Conjestive, and Win ter Fevers, all yield to the use of this medicine, and are cured by this system of practice, in a shor ter time, and with much more certainty than by any other system of practice that has ever been recom mended. Certificate from Dr. Julius S. Taylor, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 16 October 1841

THE 0.VS LICK TIMES JAMES R. BENSON A. CLARK II. GREEN Publishtrt and Proprietors.' BY AtTIISMITY The Orders, Retnlatims, Laits,$c.. of the United , Statu are published in thii Paper. teFhs. rptttS TAPElR is published weekly, at $i3 In JL advn.net;, orijlnttlie end nf tho yenr. Nn puper will be discontinued but at tlin option ut' tbr Editors until oil niretiMgis tire paid and a fniliit-f to give notice or a wish to discontinue will becun idered a new engagement. Il-itcol Advertising-. One dollar per square, of twelve lines, of Ips, for the first Insertion, and fifty cents a square fur each subsequent insertion. For one square 12 months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an sdverili,mnt is or dered, without the number of insertions heinpspe eificd, it will be inserted, (ut the ditcretinn of llir propnators) until forbid, and charged fur accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well a ttll orders for job-work, tnuxt be accompanied with ".lie cusli, or a reference to so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 16 October 1841

Attorney General, to aid him in the inves tigation aforesaid. ' 3. Rcsohtd, That no public money shall be expended upon any site or land, hereaf ter to be purchased by the United Slates for the purpose aforesaid, until the written opinion of the Attorney General shall be had in favor of the validity of the title; and also, the consent of the Legislature of the State in which the land or site may be or shall be given to said purchase. ! 1. Resolved. That it shall be the dntv of the District Attorneys of the United (States, upon the application of the Attorney Gen eral, to furnish any assistance or informa tion in their power in relation to the title? of the public property aforesaid, lyi'ng within their respective districts. 5. R"lcirl, That it shall be the ,uty of the Secretaries of the Executive Depart ments upon the application of tie Attor ney General, to procure any additional ev idence of title which he may deem necessa ry, and which may not he in the posses sion of the officer...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 16 October 1841

-."" -rf"r. 7 V THE TIMES. T E: SATURDAY. OCTOBER, 16, 1841. "Washington, Sept. 13, 1811. "I am perfectly persuaded of the abso lute necessity of an institution, I'ndeii the authority of Conoress, to aid reve nue and financial operations, and to give to the country the blessings of a good cur rency and cheap exchanges. Notwith standing what has passed, I have confi dence that the President will co-operate with the Legislature in overcoming ah. difficulties in the attainment of these ob jects. DANIEL WEBSTER." Cf The following letter from the Pres ident, on the subject of officers of the Gov ernment interfering in elections explains itself. "No interference of the officers of the Government in elections," was one of the Whig mottos in the late contest, and we rejoice to see the President acting up to it: To the Hon. S. II. Hoodie, Acting Postmaster General. Sir: Information having been received in a form entitled to attention that the Post masters at , Pennsylvania, and , Ohio, have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 16 October 1841

H5 ,c JOHN A. POWKLIv t XrronstT at Law and Sulicitoh in Chancery. l rlLL nrnctico in the several Conns of ihe . . ... ;T r Counties ol Howard, Boone, Randolph, Cooper end Saline.'' OFFICE OPPOSITE HOWARD Fayette, mgy Chariton, HOTEL, , ' rt e r r. u r c 1 1 t)u C. R. Seo:., Fayette, Mo. Ja'ves Eniickson, ) , Ttilioit linnet, J s ' J. & A. Kerr, " Rnlit. Anno it Co. I c. r ' Wilson Anther. fSt-Lou"'M- ' Rptowl & Agnrw, J G. V. llanriun fit Co. r, !,;. mj , , ,.. , lJaltimore, Aid. John Duyl, J F. A. Conkling, No. 1GS Prait st. N. Y. city, Crawfoid Wnshii.glon, Esq. Pittsburg. Ecwaid Crawford, Louisville. Ky. Jacob A. Kline, Wheeling Virginia Hotel. Oct. 9ih, 1S11. 'i'u n'rairie Mower, w inEPESnesT m.uiazinb or LITERATURE AND CRITICISM. Western Literature ! Confound the phrase ! we rope we shall never hear another word about "Western Literature" as lona" an we live! Wlial is "western" literature that it is different frmn eastrrn or southern or anv other sort of literature? Sc...

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