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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 7 August 1841

We clip the following very striking exposi tor of the Distribution Hill, from Kendall's Expositor: IMPORTANT OMISSION! Mr. Johnson omits to tell his constituents, that he first proposes by his bill to give ONE TENTH of Maryland's share of the money, from sales of Dulic lands, to nine of the new Stales, and then to tax the PEOPLE of Maryland TWO OK TUKEE TIMES MORE THAN THEIR SHAKE to re place the money uhich it will like out of tlie I reasury. This result is as clear as demonstration from the following facts: The State ol Maryland is entitled to an equal proportionate share of the benefits arising from the tales of public lands. This bill begins by giving -me t mth part of the money received lor such sales to the new States, and then proceeds to divide the resi due among all the stales. Maryland's proportion for one vear will suppose to be $1 00.000 Une tenth ot this is in be giving to the New States 10,000 Leaving Maryland but $90,000 On the other hand, the money thus taken out of ...

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. — 7 August 1841

POETRY AN HONEST CONFESSION. . Seme time nro. I saw three fellows clever, liule and spunkey, laking a horn, you know; Sucking the monkey: Or whatso'eryou call it when we blow; There's nothing strange in drinking, For all nien drink; Some till ihey blink. But I've a way of thinking. That more get corded than Parsons dream of Who shew long faces with their steam oil". One pleasnt day in June, As I was stumbling with a fallen head, My stomach out of tune, Calling for something stronger far than mead, A decent finikin? man, Came shirerin' Although his liver inside were cooking man, And straight he posted to the bur Where people go who thirsty are, 'I'll take a glass of gin and water, Eecause I'm cold. Soon as the pt nee u ere told, In came another sweating like a porter, 'I'll take a glass of gin and water, Because I'm hot;' Now may I go to pot Thought I, if this is no; a snoiter; Just then a rosy son of Bacchus Who loves good drink like Horace Flaccus Came like a rolling tun. I'll take...

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. — 14 August 1841

s9 ill A. H. EtTCKNER, 'POWER EVER 8TEAUNQ FRO TRS MART TO THE FEW. Eorron and Pbomietob. VOL. 8 NUMBER 44 BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 448. TKKXS $9 SO if paid wrthia tares neathe. SJ3 00 if paid aariag the year 3 SO if mot nis aariBf toa year. T aav-at far tba time they bar raceivad them, mot awrwiraooT. ! len Uladiator stared his conqueror in the wmkTZ as a corpse, his eye. starting out of their aapartaaastopMd, aad pay all arrearapia. I sockets, looked down upon the pair unable rra!TiaBicj8Tij. to open his quivering lip he gnsped as it 1 OOsaraqnara.for 13 liaaaor lea, tortlia first tar . , h ne w L j b lion, aadSOeoata for each contiooaaea. .me usi n. pe was served. CTAdrti(mot mortba marked with tha aomber By heaven! ot last he exclaimed to of iaantioaa that ara raaaaatad; othentiaa, the? vill ba Seneca ubv heaven! he shall not die haf- aaatiaaaa UB (WM. aad eharfad accordingly. No fledot done 9lain by jDobe Goth vanatioa from tboaa retaa ia aay c...

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. — 14 August 1841

CONGRESSIONAL. Tl IK FISCAL BANK. SPEECH OK Mil. BENTON, Or MISSOURI. la Smuts, Thursday, July 1811. On Mr. Benton's motion to prevent the Govern ment directors from being excluded from a knowledge or pollicitation of the oje rations of the Bank. Mr. BENTON submitted the following amendment: "That nopait of (he proceeding! of the Rink, nor any loans, discotir.t, or pay menti made by it, not any order gien fhall be roaileor kept ecrct fron the Iruvemmct directors, nor shall Mid direct on be ex cluded from the free and fall participation in all the trausacliont and buiincit of the institution." Mr. 13. in support of Ins amendment, re ferred to the conduct of the late United States Bank which, during the time of its war upon the currency, commerce, and Ivjsi riibsoi v..c country, ana during its opera tions upon me press anil the legislative pow er, in order to coerce it recharter, regularly anu systematically excluded the Uovern menr. directors irom an share m the mana gement, and all ...

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. — 14 August 1841

THE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1841. THE NEXT REPRESENTATION IN " CONGRESS. iis known to most of our readers, that an act was passed by the last Legislature of this State providing for the election of the mem bers of Congress, to which this State may be entitled, under the new apportionment. This will not be made before the next Ses sion of Congress, and may be delayed until near its close, perhaps not liefore May or June of the next year. The act requires that if the apportionment should be made by Congress previous to August 1842, the elec tion of all the members, to which we may be entitled, shall take place at the nest elec tion. The -possibility that Congress may postpone action upon this subject, to so late a period as to prevent organization by the Democratic party of tins State, and thereby give our opponents an opportunity to profit from our divisions and the pretensions of rival candidates in our own party, should admonish us of the necessity of providing at an early da...

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. — 14 August 1841

POETR Y. "" " From the Boston Statesman ODE. T MBS. OOOCH, (OK BOSTON.) Let servile Europe pour her lay, To grace some monarch natal day; Let flatterers bend before a throne Columbia bows to worth alone! She sings no deepol's lurious deeds, Where wild ambition leads the van, And tiviti slavery's chains on man! We hail the Chief, who bravely stood At freedom's alter bathed in blood; Upheld her rights enforced her laws, And fought and conquered in her cause! New Orleans rise, the trump awake, Pour its loud notes o'er land and land! 'Till list'ning nations catch the tone, And echo ring from zone to zone. Who saved thy maiden's matchless charms From Britain's brutal soldiers's arms? Who saved thy city's boasted wraith, From public plunder, private stealth t The western rifle played its part, And silenced many a gallant heait; By Jackson led, the daring band, Repelled invasion from the land. Shame on the trembling coward, shame! Who dares detract from Jackson's name, Our country's pride,...

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. — 21 August 1841

at SMI A. H. BUCKNER, "power is Kvr.K stealing from iwr luiir to thk few. Emtor A.tn Profbiito- VOL. 8 NUMBER 45 COWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 449. TERMS 99 50 if paid withia three Bratb. (3 OOif peal daring lee year. 93 50 if not said dariaf tba year. SabBeribersinay diseoatinae their papers at anr lima by parser fart hi time they hare raeeired them, but mat wrraotrr. Than who subscribe far a year, and do not at the tiraeef abecribiag, erder a dieeenliaaaaee at the ead f it, will be eeBaidered subscribers aatil tbey order the paper to he stopped, aad pay all arrearage. ADVERTISCMENTS. f 1 00 per sqaare.for 13 ltaee or leas, fortbe firat inser tioa, aad 50 eeate for each continuance. TAdvaetaieaMaU Boat be marked with the number riaeartioae that are reqaeetod ; otherwise, Ibey c ill be centra a till forbid, sod charged accordingly. No vanauoa tram these rates rs aay case. Adrartiaemeats from a distance, aad from perrons with whom we a are ne oorreat aeeo...

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. — 21 August 1841

abstract of the bankrupt biliv AS IT FAFSED THE SENATE. The first section establishes a uniform svs tem of Bankrupt throughout tlie United Sta tes, and provides Uia tall persons owing debts, who thrill, tv petition, setting forth a list of their creditors, llie amount due each, with an inventory of their property of any kind, verified by oath, apply to the proper court, hal! t deemed bankrupt All persons be ing merchants, or retailers, all bankers, fac tors, brokers, underwriters, or marine insu vers, owing not less than .$2000, .-hull be lia- , We to become bankrupts, and may, on peti ; tion ot one or more el tlieir creditors, to whom they owe not less ti'.an $800, be so declared in the following cases, to wit: in case of departure from the State, with intent to delraud ; ot having procured himself to . be arrested, or having removed poods for con cealment,, or having fraudulently assigned. Any such person, however, may have a trial by jury to ascertain the facts. , The second sect...

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. — 21 August 1841

The Splendid Steamer Missouri, was burnt at the Wharf in St. Louis, on ihe mor ning of the 12th inst. She was the brag boat on the western waters, and this was the first season, in which she has been running. She cost about 50.000. a large portion of which w uninsured. The fire is supposed to have originated by accident. There seems to be some doubt whether th nomination oi Mr. Everett, as Minister to England will be confirmed. His Aboli tionism, is thought to stick out too plainly. The Tories have succeeded in the late elections in England, and Ireland. O'Connel, the Rejealer, was defeated in Dublin but returned from the district of Meath. Bribe ry is said to hare been frequent, where the result was supposed to be doubtful. Distur bances, and riots occurred at many of the precincts of election, and the accounts giv en in the English papers, of the rows, fights, tad mobs, which characterized the election, stand out in marked contrast with the quiet, and peaceable scenes which our co...

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. — 21 August 1841

f I P03TP." BROKEN TIES. BT J. MOXTGOMERT The broken ties of happier Jn.v now oiten do they To come before our mental gaze, Like a remembered dream; , Around us each disserved chain In sparkling ruin lies, ' And earthly hand can ne'er again Unite those broken ties. The parents of our youthful home, The kindred that we loved, Far from our arms perchance may roam To desert seas removed; Or we have watched their parting breath, And closed their weary eyes, And sighed to think, how sadly death Can break all human ties. The friends, the loved ones of our youth, They loo, are gone, or changed; Or, worse than all, their love and truth All are darkened or estranged; They meet" us in the glittering throng, W illi cold averted eyes, And wonder that we weep their wrong, And mourn our broken ties. Oh! who in such a world as this, Could bear their lot of pain! Did not one radiant hope of bliss Unclouded yet remain; That hope the sovereign Lord has given, Who reigns above the sky; Hope that unite...

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. — 28 August 1841

A. II. BUCKNER, "P0Wt& IS mi STEAUNQ. IHO ttf MAitT ,Ta,'THK w. . VpL, 8 NUMBER 46 :o;rr . r- BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY A0GUSTJJ8, 1841. wfror.r NTTMRER '456: ffHkM SO if Mi4 wiUim thraa tS 00 if pais taring tbe yaw. 93 M if Mt paid 4rc the year. SaWrihanaur disooattsa tWir aaaara at aay tlae fcy aayibf far tha Uim teay have receivae tbaa tor . Tkoat wko aabaeriba for yaar. aad do aot at tb Ubm af .abaeriarnx. order a aiacoaUauaaca at tbs aaa f it. Will ba MMidaiad subaonaera antil tbej ordar tha atpar U ka atoppad, aad pay all arraarafea. ' ADVEBTISCMKXTS. ' fl Wparaqaira,fcr 18 haaaar leas, tortae first iaatr Uvo, aad 50 aaata far aaeb eoatinaanca. .- tXAdvertiseaieata moat ba marked with tha camber f iaaarUoe that ara wqaarted; otherwise, they rill ba aeatiaaed till forbid, aad charged accordingly. No Variation from tbaaa rataa la aay case. . Advert nrau from a diatanca. aad froai peraana With vhout b ava oo eanaot aecoonta, maat ba ae peaiaa by tha eash, or wu rapoitla raf...

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. — 28 August 1841

CONSTITUTIONALITY OF A BANK. The Federalist! in end out of Congress appear to consider thi queition at no longer pen for argumeot 01 discussion; and that it has bean fettled by frequent adjudications of the highest Judicial Tribunal, known to our Laws. They affect to believe that the "decisions of the Supreme Court, are para mount to the constitution, and that each of the other departments of the Government mutt govern its action by the decisions of that Court, when once its opinion is Judicial ly expressed. We do not so understand it. We admit that in its department the decisions of the Supreme Court are paramount, and that on inferior tribunal should shape its ac tion, and be governed in ita decisions by those of the Supreme Court. But each of the departments, of the Government, the Legislative, Executive and Judicial, are co ordinate, and in its particular Jurisdiction each it Supreme and paramount. But neither can control the other, and the Legislative department has by the cons...

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. — 28 August 1841

tioned Congress to repeal that article el the charter which made its notes receivable everv : . f it . la payment oi puoitc due. . It bad. up to that period, dealt to but venr small extent ia exchanges, either foreign - or domestic, and as late as 1833 its opera : tions in thst line amounted to a little more 'ban seven millions of dollars per annum. A. very rapid augmentation toon after occur L.ea,aadin 1833 its dealings in exchanges amounted 1o upwards of one hundred mil lions of dollars, including the tales of its own drafts; and all these immense transac tions were effected without the employment of extraordinary means. The currency of the country became sound, and the negocia- tions in tne exenanges were carried on at -- the lowest possible rates. The circulation . was racteai.-d to more than $22,000,000, and the notes of the bank were retarded as eaunl to specie all over the country; thus showing almost conclusively that it was capacity to deal in exchanges and not local discou...

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. — 28 August 1841

l" .' Mr Benton, in hie nch in the United . States Senate, on the b to reme 8nd tend ihe charters of banks in the District of Columbia, told who ,he debtors to the . banks through-1 ,ne Union were, very plainly. : S the Senator ; . wWhyot make the banks of the District telto,ae with the honest specie-pa vine tanktof the country, instead of the side of brokfa and suspended ones? and to assist the - taife of , Virginia and North Carolina in '.the isflbrts to gring about a return to pe- cU pymentsT But it was said the people owe the banks; and the question is not whether the banks r are prepared to resume specie payments, but nrw thn nt-onle nrenared to nav their debts Hta the banks in specie. Mr. Kiddle, in his famous cotton-bag letter, with a great deal of pertness, asked the question. Are the . people of the United States prepared to pay five hundred millions in specie to the banks? i, AH know now, as many believed then, that the people owe the banks comparatively " nothing. That it...

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. — 4 September 1841

ill A. H. BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 47 TERMS S3 50 if paid within three month. $3 00 if paid daring the year. $3 50 if not paid daring the year. Subseribersinay discontinue their pi peri at any time by paying for the time they hare retired them. Birr HOT WITHOUT. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end oof it, will be considered subscribers until they order the papV to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. Ql 00 per square,for 13 lines or loss, for the first inser tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. CT Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertion that are requested; otherwise, they trill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom o h are no current accounts, must be ic ompanied by the cash, or some, responsible reference in town. . All Utters addressed to the editor, must be tost t...

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. — 4 September 1841

CONGRESS. orrcsK.c2enccof the Baltimore P.itriot. FISCAL BANK DILI., THE VETO. 1 SENATE, AUG. 19. After l wo successive disappointment, on previous days, from votes to postpone, the question at ha came up, at 12 o'clock, on -onsideiing the Executive communication containing the President's objections to the LVdcluu te t ing a Fiscal Until;. Mr. Clay addressed the Senate in a very eloquent speech ia vindication of the course of the. Senate in relation to the bid, and par ticularly that in respect to the lCth or com promise section, against which the objections 01 me i resident were expressed with pe culiar emphasis. Aflergoing through with an examination of the several positions taken in the message, and replying to the Presi dent's objections Mr. C. adverted to the fact that some of his friends round liiin were en gaged in the preparation of a new bill, and, without pledging himself to any course res pecting it until he shoul l see its precise form, Mr. C. expressed his hope that 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. — 4 September 1841

Uon,on principle. To secure their object more ucuaHy,na to be all things to all men, no declaration of principles was made by thisHarrisburg Convention-Genl. Harrison, too, was required to play mum, and say thing, and while in one Section of the Union he was held up to the people as a friend of a Bank, and his election as thepre. cursor of such an institution, in other sec tions,' this was denied, and Mr. Tvler', opin ions referred to in proof that the W,ig par ty intended no such thin and would not establish such an institution. 'All issues were avoided-change! chane! w the cry from Maine to FloriJa, anjit,,.,.! nr A- cussing the merit, ofa Bynt, tI,e dislribulioa of the sale of the PuK,-IC t an(,a , ures wludt they say wcre approrcd b J , election, and now imperi- " -T j by them, we heard nothing but abuse of the b.? adrtlIa;strationt lhfi llooe case , the georgmjJ pecdoreo lhe . "uc ' .ouse, Tippecanoe songs, Log cab ins, CO'yt)Sjjlas an j ,,ard c;jer TJle fraud wa JLccessful, t!...

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. — 4 September 1841

I 5 O r-! n - TO WOMAN. 1! V LOtl) BTCON. Wcmcn! experience might have told me, That all must love thr e who behold thee, Surely experience might have taught,' Thy firmest promisesare nought;" Hut, place in all thy charms before me, All I forgot, but to adore thee. Oh! Memory! thou choicest blessing; When join'd with hope, when still possessing; Hut how much cursed by every lover, When hope is fled, and passion's over. Woman, that fair and fond deceiver, How 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 midly throws A beam from under hazel brows! How quick we credit every oath, And hear her plight the willing troath! Fondly we hope 'twill last for aye, When, lo! slc changes in a day. This record will for ever stand, Wotnanl thy vows are traced in sand.'' The last lino is almost a literal translation from the Spanish proverb. Alwats Courting. A young lawyer, wno had long paid his court to a lady...

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. — 18 September 1841

mutt iilff A. II. BUCKNER, Vol. 8 number 49 TERMS 2 50 if paid within three months. S3 00 if paid during the year. ... S3 50 if not Daid durinr tha Taar. Subscribersmtr discontinue their papera at any time -J p;'l rer mo urao mej nave receiTed them, wot VOT WITHOUT. Tboae who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time oi saoscnoing, order a discontinuance at the end tof it, will be considered subscribers until tbey order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearage. IDVKRTISPMEVTd. $1 00 per sqnare.for 12 lines or less, tor the first inaer tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. IIT Advertisements mast be marked with the number oi insertions that are requited ; otherwise, tbey rill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we h ave no current accounts, must be ac ompanied by the cash, or some responsible reference in tewn. All letters addressed to the editor, must be r...

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. — 18 September 1841

Y. Sunday - ' PATENT SERMON. jutar request ol the editor of raid. 1 will preach, on this 11 the following text: j honaat, tad honorable men, la ye and p7 the Priuter. Varers There are many seeming tii-Wcm- world which you are too opt to iff rlook od account of their unimportance, the neglect of which has plunged thousands iato the deepest mire of misery, and sunk their character into inextricable degradation. Among these ostensible trifles, that of neg lecting to pay one's honest debts is the most common, and attended with the worst of consequences. It takes off all the silken ftirze from the Cne threads of feeling cre ates a sort of misanthropic coldness about the heart skims off all the cream that may chance to rise upon the milk of generosity and makes man look as savagely upon his brother man as docs a dog upon one of his species while engaged in the gratifying em ployment of eating his master's dinner. One debt begets another. I have always observed that he who owes a man a dol...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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