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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 3 July 1841

mm A. H. BUCKNEIt, POWER IS EVER STEAUHa FROM TrTJUr TO THE FEW.' Editor and Pbofriro VOL. 8 NUMBER 38. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 402.' TCUS f? SO If put withia IhrM month. $1 90 if paid duriaf the year. 93 M if aot pud daring the year. laWirlbeia uy diacoaliaae their paper at aay Uair y paying far the tima they ktra raeairad than, NT Thee woe aabaeriba for a year, aad do aot at Uh iaae af Mbacribief, ardor a diacoaiinaanee at taa aa af at, will be eoaiidarad rabaeTiberi until they erdar Um pa par te be stopped, aad pay all arrearage. - aOVKariMBVIKSTfc. 1 OQeereoeare.for IS line or lew. tortna firat inen tion, aad SO eeata for each eoatioaaBea. ITlUrarUaeieant neat be marked with the numbei f aaaertieae that are reaaeeted -otherwise, they rill hi aiatiaaad till forbid, and charged accordingly. No tariatie from tbeee ratae ia any caaa. dtertiaaaeeU from a distance, aad from peraons erlta whom ae hava ao aarrent eecoanU, matt ha ae fpiaiid by taa aah. ar...

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. — 3 July 1841

was in the next place to !e assailed, in or der to accomplish the same puriose. Mr. Crittenden was informed that he would ''be furnished with a copy of this instruction, for the use of the Executive of New York and the Attorney General of that State." "Whether," says the Secretary, in this case, "the Governor of New York have that pow er, or, h tie have, whether tie would led it his duty to exercise, it are points upon which we are not informed. ' Dut the Governor of New York proved to be a very restive subject. He telt no in clination w hatever to enter nolle prosequi against McLeod. 1 have seen, somewhere, a currespondence between that officer and the President, but 1 cannot now una it. The tone of this correspondence on the part of the Governor evinced a spirit of deter mined resistance to the suggestion of the Sec retary. 1 he Uovernor complained that the District Attorney of the United States wns acting as the counsel of McLcod. This, however, according to the explanation of 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. — 3 July 1841

t robbed the rich, oppressed the poor and de stroyed widows houses, is no difficult pro 'biem. Hovr many members of Congress were charmed by this magical 'odor" in 1830? Fifty-two or them regaled their senses with the flavorof $192,101. How many snuff ed the "odor'" in 1831 ! Fifty-nine of them took a scent of $222,000. In 1832 the number of snuffers was reduced, but the Thirty-four members who were suffered to approach the discount-box took the pindt of $570,099 and in the two subsequent years $714,352. Thus more than a million and a half an average of six thousand each was snuffed up by members of Congress, even as the asses of old snuficd up the east wind. If these lessons of experience are not heeded by the people, then there is no fitness in the old savin? that "a burnt child dreads the fire." Odor of nationality" forsooth! There is a little of it in the liberal appointment of his relatives to omce by Mr. Webster and especially does it load the breeze from the appointment of hi...

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. — 3 July 1841

POETRY THE LABORER. Stand up erect! Thu hast the form And likeness of thy God! whynoret A soul as dauntless 'mid the storm Of daily life, a heart as warm And pure as breast e'er wore. What then! Thou art as true a mam As moves the human mass along, As much a part of the Great Plan That with Creation's dawn began, As any of the throng. Who is thy enemy t the high In station, or in wealth the chief! The great, who coldly pass thee by, With proud step and averted eyet Nay! nurse not such belief. If true unto thyself thou wast, What were the proud one's scorn to A feather, which thou tn'tghtest cast Aside as idle as the blast, The light leaf from the tree. thee! Ko! uncutbed passions -low desir Absence of noble self-respect Death, in the breast's consuming fires, To that high nature which aspires Forever, till thus checked. These are thine enemies thy worst: They chain thee to thy lowly cot -Thy lalor and thy life accurst. 0!,"strnd erect! snJ from them burst, And looker suffer not! Tho...

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. — 10 July 1841

u mm : ; A. H. BUCKNER, " POWER IS VER STKAUNO FIOM THE MAN T TO THE FEW. Editor akd Fiononw VOL. 4-NTJMBER 39. BOWLING-GREEN MO. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1841. WHOLE IS UMBER 403. TIRMS f2-50Sf paia within Aim months. - $3.00 if paid daring tba year. S3 50 if not paid during tha year. kWnWn diakananinrtbcir asaers at any tima j saying for tha lima the have received them, nor Tnoirfwho auScribe for a year, and do not at the lion of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the -and fit, will be considered aubscribera nntil they order the paper to be atopped, and pay all arrearages. iVriRTIttMENTt. 91 00 per aqfcare.fbr 13 linea or leaa, tor the first iaeer , .-.tioo, .end $0 casta for.aach' eeatinaanee. IT Advertisements must Jm marked with tha number af iassninni that are reqaeeted-; otherwise, they till be 'oa tinned tilt forbid: and charred aeeordinglT. No variation frejS these rates in any ease. Advertisement front a distaacs, dud Tram parsons with whom we hmre na current accounU. most b...

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. — 10 July 1841

o CONG RESSIOX A I. A N A LYSIS. June 21. SENATE, llr. Ci.w intioduced to-day the report on the Secretary's project of a Fiscal Bank of " the United States. They resolve it all into a Bank of the United States, after the model of the hist. The committee Jeulaie that the rslablish ment of a National Bank is indisjcnsable: " That it is to be regarded us a settled ques tion that it is co u si i fill hum I: That the question of expediency would not be discussed: That it is the deliberate opinion of tlie committee, that an immense majority of the people are in favor of and call for a United j - fttates ISank.aod that it snail oe estaoiisncu i -aljtliis special session: Tlial the committee determined to dismiss all experiiiient, and take for the basis of the new Fiscal Bank the lastilnrter of the Bank ol the United Stale: That the capital shfiil consist of thiitv millions, whicli may be increased to fifty mi! ' lion: That the dividend be limited to seven per : cent; if deficient one year,...

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. — 10 July 1841

O o from the wagon, and before llie guard had time to Cre, were out of sight in the bushes. The Republican states, on information to be relied on tliat thay have since been re ' taken. TIIE BANK PROJETS, Bank of the U. S., finds as little favor anion? APOLOGIZING. It is related of the immortal David Crock- ah 4V,.. l: .....uaiutingaia menagerie in Washing ton, ne cawed the attention of a friend to a solemn taced monkey, who had fixed upon him a searching glance; and asked if he did nnt fl.ir.Lr Tanl . t - Mr.Secretary Swings plan of a Fiscal "7" l"e 'maSe i .certain ..,uul:i , congress irom Uluo, John C. Vr;t,.s t . . the friends of the Administration, as among! " " T , ,U,',S una 81 ie i. . tu- ' moment, who shou d stand at his elbow but tts opponents. This bunshnr; contrivance,,. ... eiuow uui k,t Ti. Pi,;i.i,.i,in v,ti,.n ' . """" mmseu: -i am in a Jit n ' i i e n ; and no mistake! 'exc aimed David; but liter al Iln7ftlp. Iniirnnl of f.nniinerre. ' . . "wi uul alter Webbs Courier...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 10 July 1841

POETRY. HOW AND WHEN TO WOO. BT W. C. ERIANT. Dost thou idly ask to hear At what gentle seasons Nymphs relent when lovers near Press the tenderest passions? Ah. they give their laith too oft, To the careless wooer; Maidens hearts are always soft; Would that men's were truer! Woo the fair one when around, Early birds are singing; When, o'er all the fragrant ground, Early herbs are springing; When the brookside, bank and grove, All with blossoms laden, Shine with beauty, breathe of love Woo the timid maiden. Woo her when, with rosy blush, Summer eve is sinking; When on rills that softlv gush, Stars are softly winkm.-; When through boughs that knit the bower Moonlipht gleams are stealing; - Woo her till the gentle hour Wakes a gentle feeling. Woo her, when autumnal dyes Tinge the woody mountain; When the drooping foliage lies In the half choked fountain: By the scene, that tells how fast Youth is passing over, Warn her, ere her bloom is past, To secure her lover. Woo her, when the nort...

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. — 17 July 1841

O o . t " . ; A. H. BUCKNER, VOLS NUMBER 40. TERMS $3 50 if pid a-itbtn three months. (3 00 if paid during the year. $3 50 if not paid during the year. . - j : ....... tliair naiwtra at anv time ! fcr MTin( for ins time it u stsoct. ' Those who subscribe for year, and do not at the T the aper to be atoppod. and pay all arrearage. ADVERTISEMENTS. rr Adrertiaemeou most be.mirkFd with the number ofinwrtieva that are reqeeneui omerw : i .ai fnrhu). tfnd eh (Tired accordinely. Ho CODV'UUTTU .... - . o " - Tariatioa from thase rates in any ease. Airart Momenta from a distance, and from persons . h.v. onrrent accounts, moat be ac naipaawd by the cash, or -awns responsibly reierence ( "ttTlettar, addrwaed the editor., moat be rorrr.tr. thsy vUlnotbe'auondedto. Communicationa or a rersonai vnaracv... , charged double the rataa of advertising. From the Kuick-vhiicbT srx:rf?ii'IxiKrrv. BY -WASHING TON 1 CVIXG. Imhnnutum ot I3J3. U.ivrrn r Inivai. n-rier commissioners on the part of llie United...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 17 July 1841

M POETRY THE DEATH OF JEFFERSON. Br T. If. SHIVERS, M. P. u I have done for my country, and all man kind, al! that I could do: anil nntw I roainn rny twit, without fear, to my God, and daugh ter iv my country. - Jefferson dying uvrds The eloquent tongue is mute, The eagle eye is dim; He hears not thy salute What is this world to him! For though an earthquake rent The mighty earth in twain. And shock the firmament He ijould not wake again! All that was earthly, lies Low in his grave beneath! His heavenly part defies The mightiness of death! Then let the thunders roll, The mighty cannons roar They cannot reach his soul Upon that happy shore! All that be wished below From mortal man was given- What earth could not bestow Is granted him in heaven, For fed by Freedom's hand, He grew from infancy, The mightest of the land His cradle, Liber... The sunshine on the plains, The cattle on the hills; The heart that now complains, The bosom that now thrills; The joyous things of eaith, The moon,...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 24 July 1841

mm i A. H. BUCKNER, FOWU IS EVER STEALING F0 TIH KAXX TO THE FEW. EtHTO AND PKOFKIXTOB VOL. 8 NUMBER 41. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 405. TC1X3 SO if paid within thraa Boalha. S3 04 if paid daring the year. S3 50 if not pais 4uhae tha Tea Saoserisers mar discoatiaa their papers at any time v. . fa. tha tiaa tha hare reeeired them, sot i or wrrawr. ,t .t . Yhaaa ha nhscribe for a rear, and do not at toe i 5-!sV.Cu : 3 lU. f aahaariniaa-. aroar a diseoaliaeaaea at I saf it, will be eonaidered subscribers until t bey order tke vaper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVBKTIKBMBKTS. 91 M per square.for 18 lines or less, tor tee first laser tioa, end 50 cents for each continuance. KTAdTertisements must be marked with tbo ember risartioas that are reqoested; otherwise, tbey cill be aeatiaaed till forbid, and charred accordingly. Ho tariatioa from these rales in any case. Adrertissmeats from a distance, and from persons with vbea are have ao carrent accoun...

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 July 1841

KX ECCTIOX OF THE NEGROES Before 9 o'clock this morning, the people began to throng the city. Some directed their course towards the gallows which had been erected on an island just south of Dun can' Island, below the city; and some cen tred in about the jail, until Chestnut, Market nnd fifth streets, in the immediate neighbor hood, were completely thronged. The St Louis Greys and City Guards para ded between 9 and 10 at their armory on Chestnut St., and at about ten o'clock, march ed through several streets to the rear of the Jail to guard the prisoners to the place of execution. The prisoners were soon brought in the custody of the sheriff and several other of ficers, deputies and constables, accompanied by the clergyman who wailed on the con demned to administer the last warnings and consolations of religion. At about eleven they took up their line of march, attended before, behind and on all sides by an im mense concourse of people. Thousands had already assembled on the Island,...

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 July 1841

could their be offered for an evasion ol this prohibition that is now laid open "by estab lishing this precedent. If appropriations are to be made to their families atribe Close of an admistration, (no matter whether be be living or dead,) we see no good reason why the donation could not be made to the indi vidual himself as the principle, we conceive would hold in the one case as well as in the other. Bv a successful administration, or ven by the most unworthy means he might render Congress in a great degree, the pliant instruments of his will, and retire from pub lic life, enriched by large donation from he office of the people. Unfortunately for the economical spirit of our nition, the great er number of our distinguished civil officers. especially our chief magistrates have died either insolvent or in very straitened circum stances. Their public services would seem to lay claims upon the liberality of the peo pie, and the distressing situations of their families would apnea: for...

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. — 24 July 1841

POETRY. THE SPECTRE WARRIOR. On ll night previous to the battle of Lex ington, a strange warrior mounted on a spirited charger, rode furiously through the the streets of some of the principal towns in the vicinity of Boston, giving the intelligence that the British troops had left that city on their march to Concord. He waited for no salutation no one knew him but he gave the alarm, and passed on. From the circum stances of the alarm being given in such wide and various directions at the same time, in the same singular manner, and by appa rently the same person, it was looked upon by many a interposition of Providence in bdhalf of the Colonists. Such, at least, was the tradition; and long was the spectre Warrior remembred, when the scenes of '76 were recounted by the winter's fiie-side. Heard you not that war-horse trampling! Heard you not that iron tread! When the earth and skies are darkling, Sounds like these might rouse the dead! Hark! that shout it swells to heaven, Loud as pea...

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. — 31 July 1841

Ill mmm A. H. BUCKNER, yOL. 8 NUMBER 42. Tgg2 50 if paid within Urea aoaUu. S3 00 if paid daring the year. $3 SO if not paid daring In year. Subscribers may diacoatiBue their papers at any time by paying for the time they have received them, wrr MOT WlTSOUT. . 4. Tbeae who subscribe for a year, and do not at tne time efeobseribins;, order a diacoalinuince at the end of it, will he eeaaiderad subscribers antil they order the nape to be atopped, and pay all arrearagee. , aDYBRTIf BMKXTS. tt M per saaara.rbr 13 linos or 1. " "' tion, and SO eeaU for each continuance. CTAdwtiaeoMnta ant he marked with the of insertion that are reqaested; otherwise, tbej Kill continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. o sanation from those ratea in any caie. AeVsTttsemsnl from adiatanca, and from persona wKh whom we have aoearrent aecoonU. must be ac eompanied by the cash, or aomo responsible rerereace in town. . All letter addressed to the editors, moat be rorrrsrr. or the will not be attended to. ...

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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. — 31 July 1841

ITaviki seen an address to the public late ly published by M. J. Noyes Esq., contain ing m veral remarks respecting the opinions &nd purposes of the late Judge Stepenson, upon a subject, of which I have some knowl edge, I Lave thought it my duty as a fiiend, to the Judge to notice them. Mr. Noyes says in substance "That with the late Judge Stephenson originated the charge agninst him N. of charging illegal fees or making unlawful claims in his official capacity, a gainst the County! That the Judge at one time entertained the intention of instituting prosecution against him N. therefor and that the Judge only abandoned that in tention when upon an examination into the matter, he became satisfied in his own mind, that he had misapprehended the case, and that his accusation could not be sustained, and so stated to his particular friends and fami ly connections before his death and also that the Judge had become satisfied that those charges were untrue, and so stated to different in...

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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. — 31 July 1841

of the United States, are in favor of a Na tional Bank! This declaration is unsustained by matters of fact, as it will be recollected that at the presidential election in 1 832, six months after the bank veto by IVesident Jackson, the question of "Ban or no BanlT was directly made to the people, and Mr. Ci.ai who was then the bank Candidate for the presidency was defeated by an over whelming maiority. At the Presidential elec tion in 1 836, a similar result was witnessed in tha election of Mr. Van Btvren over his three "Whig" competitors. At the Presidential election in 1840 the Whigs" succeeded in electing their Candi date, by refusing to make the question of bank or no bank; a test question in the elec tion of President and Vice President of the United States. The constant cry of the Whigs, was hard times and the false charge of an extravagant and corrupt adtiiinistra tion. The question of bank or no bank, was as far as possible kept out of view in the last election of President, ...

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. — 31 July 1841

From Alexander's Weekly Messenger. HEAVEN. What is Heaven! It is the abode Of the all wise all-seeing God; Where christians from their labor rest; The blissful mansions of the blest The home of sinoerg who repent The realms of the Omnipotent. Where is Heaven? Beyond all space The distance, mind can never trace Beyond the confiness of our view, Beyond the stairy arch of blue, Where angels worship at the throne 0" the invisible Unknovvn. Who shall be heirs of Heaven? All Who accept I fix holy call; Who give the Saviour praiess meet, And cist (heir burthens at His feet Who, through the merits of the Son, Seek to obtain the heavenly home. Who shall enter Heaven? They Who ne'er repent who never pray They who the irook'd pathway choose, The vile the wicked who refuse The ransom umo sinners given These these can never enter Heaven. Philadelphia, May 31, 1841, PROSPECTUS OF THE RIISSOl'KI FAKlflEB. A MONTHLY PUMUCATiON PEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF AGRICULTURE. FT! HE undersigned has fur the l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 7 August 1841

O u mmimmmmmmmmimmmmmimimmmmmmmimmmm -m pgg A. H. BUCKNER, uPOWKR IS EVER STEAUNO FRO?'"tHE MANT TO THK FEW. , . Editor and PaoMirro. VOL. 8 NUMBER 43. BOVLING-GKEEN MO. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 101!. WHOLE NUMBER 447. TERMS $2 50 if paid within three moolhs. 3 00 if ptid daring the year. SabecribeT.m.y'diMonrnMlUr ptp.r.et'.ny time by paying lor me lime toey nave receivea inem, but MOT WITHOUT. TImm wIia nhannha fYir Tear, and da not at lae r.m. r-,h..ribin. onk-a d.-onti.m.nc it the end of it. will be considered subscribers nntil tbev order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. 100p.r.ao.ZU tion. and SO cents for each continuance. tT Advertisements most be marked with the number ."fu'Vl from thoM Ate. anr case. . . A.iMrtbwnu c-. dataaca, end frees im with arbomwe have o current aceooots. mart Hit ra0te.rib'U,e",,,0r "m' r,"pon"bU nmM AJI letters sJJressed to the editors, must bo resrrair. or they will not be attended to. Cnicatio of . Personal Character, will I charged double...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 7 August 1841

CONGRESS. Extra Session. UMTED STATES SENATE. Wkdncsuat, July 21, 1841. CENSUS. Mr. Berrien moved to postpone the orders Tor the purpose of takiDg up the bill to amend the act authorizing the taking the census; winch was agreed to. The bill was then or dered to a third reading. FISCAL BANK. The Senate then proceeded to the consid ration of the bill to incorporate the subscri bers to the k iscal Bank of the United States. Mr. Allen submitted an amendment mak ing the stockholders liable to the extent of their stock. The question was then decided in the negative yeas 21, nays 24. Mr. Allen wished to amend the bill by striking out the word "corporations" in the clause designating by whom stock may be subscribed. He looked upon these corpora tions as the medium through which foreigners might subscribe in defiance of the law. He did not desire to extend the privileges ot this class, which already enjoyed too much power. The question was decided in the negative ayes 21, noes 25. Mr. Walker...

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