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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 18 September 1841

We had a slight lrost in this neighborhood few nights since, which did considerable injury to the tobacco and corn, on the low lands and bottoms. 05 Wheat h worth in St. Louis, . from 70 to 75 cents per bushel. In Louisiana, it is worth 50 cents, we are informed. The Madisonian states, that when the first U. S. Bank was chartered, such were Presi- dentJWashington's doubts of its constitution lity that at his request Mr. Maivton pre pared a Veto Message, which is now 'extant. The seme paper states, that George Clin ton remarks giving the casting vote against the revenue of its charter in 1811, were prepared by a member of the present Sen ate. Ihe Veto Messige would be a rare and valuable relie. The Gov. of Illinois Ins made a demand of the GoV. of this State, for Rose, the fel low who was committed to the jail of this county a few weeks since, lor larceny near Pittsfie! Jll., and he was accordingly sur rendered to the authorities of tliat Stite. Corporate Power. Whet would he thought...

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. — 18 September 1841

tSTKATOR'S NOTICE. U is hereby given,- that the under '7. ihas obtained from the Clerk of the Court of Pike county, letters of tration upon the Estate of W. D. 'sceased. dated September 4th 1841. 09 indebted to said estate, are re .. -a to make immediate payments, and .ul persons having claims against said estate, are requested to exhibit them properly au thenticated within one year from the date ol said letters, or they may be precluded from having any benefit ol said estate, and if such claims are not presented within three years, iney win oe lorcver barred. W- C. DOWNING.) Wm. READING, $ AdmVs. Sept. 11, 1841. 3t. FINAL SETTLEMENT. A LL PERSONS interested, ate hereby notified XX that I shall at the nest November term of the Pike couttty court, make a final settlement of my administration of the Estate of Wm. M Davies deceased. J, M. CELL, Adm'. ritb the will annexed. Augn.t 23, 1S41 4t. BOOTS AND SHOES FOR CASH, (WHOLESALE.) r V HE aubtcriber intending to curtail hit credit JL 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. — 25 September 1841

ill A. II. BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 50 TERMS f2 50 if paid within three months. . S3 00 if pud during the year. S3 50 if BOt Mid darinr tha mar. - Subeeriberemty diaconliaue their paper at aay titna 7 " " ne' wcaired tnem, but err wrrwnrr. Tboee who subscribe for a year, and do not at tha una oi aoDacribinK. order a dueontinuaaeo at Ue oad of it, will be eooiidered anbaenbara antil thev order the - L 1 .. " paper vt tm awppra, ana pay au arrearages. ADVERTISKMKKXS. 91 00 par eqaare,for 13 linea or laaa, for the first inter lion, and 50 eeata for each continuance. IT Advertisements matt be marked with the Bomber ol insertion tost are reqaeeled; otherwise, tbay a; ill be continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from theae ratea in anT cue. AdTertiaemeata from a distance, and from poraona with whom wa b are no current aecoanta, moat be as. eenpeniael aj too eaab, or aoma responsible reference u lawn. au lauera addressed to the editor, moat be re-T TtJX, ivmy will not ...

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. — 25 September 1841

THE HOUSE. .Mr. Fillmore said, as the House was ihiu, he would move a call of the House. The Speaker said, under the application of the previous question, the call was not in order, unless bv the unanimous consent of the House. Mr. Hopkins, for the purpose of effecting the same object in a parliamentary way, mo ved an adjournment, and demanded the yeas and nays upon it. The yeas'Snd nays were ' ordered, and were yeas 0, nnys 150. So it appeared that 150 members were present, ready to vote upon this important question, viz: the reconsideration of the vote by which "salt" had been made free of duty. The yeas and nays were taken, and were yeas 95, nays 79." So salt wa3 taxed again. The vote to free sugar was reconsidered, by yeas 101, nays CO. The vote to free cotton was also reconsid ered, by yeas 1 1 9, nays 60. The question was then taken upon tea and coffee, and the amendment of the Senate to take them from the articles paying twenty per cent, and to add them to the free list, was ...

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. — 25 September 1841

message which failed to attract our admi ration, which indicated on his part a disposi tion still to preserve the goodwill & confidence of his party. We have allusion to those passages in which he begs them to defer the consideration ofquestions of finance until the next session, when he would present a plan for a "fiscal agent" that would meet with their approbation, and also, to his stooping o low as to congratulate them, that upon all other measures his views had been such as to give them encouragement. The pecu liar relations however which he sustains to wards the two great parties that divides the country differing from the one in the main leading question by which they are governed, and fearful of receiving the support of the other may have induced him in this instance to act with more caution and reserve, than would otherwise have become the fearless and interpid statesman who acts more from the impulse of right, and patriotism than a fear of party indignation. Standing h...

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. — 25 September 1841

THE DREAM OF OTHER DAYS. The dream of ether dayss, how bright, But mournful 'tis to me; When in my soul there shines the light And love of memory; The chcrish'd joys of childhoods hours, Bring back my feeling years; And to the harp, in beauty's bowers, I turn to hide my tears. The friends of youth, long since at rest, Again around me seen; Aagin I clasp them to my breast, fa memory's magic dream; The home and hearth where oft we met, . Once more are in my gaze; ' Oh! would that I could now forget The dream of other days. I see at school the little girl. Who won my boy hod's heart; When eye of light and lovely curl, And lips just thrown apart; Graceful as the gazelle, I see Her o'er the green hills rove; And turn in tenderness to me, For all her soul was love. i I steal from learning's lofty hall, To clasp her in my arms; Not now at childhood's feet to fall, But worship woman's charm ; I see her in my manhood's pride, In beauty brightly blaze; Again she lingers at my side, In dreams ...

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. — 2 October 1841

at" XT-M A. H. BUCKNER, " -i "POWER IS VOf. NilMRPP ci . ; '..t EVER STEALINO FROM THE MAKf TO THE FEW.' Editor and Froproctob BOWLING-GilEEN, MO. SATURDAY, OCTOtsER 2, 1841. WHOLE IS UMBER 453. f"EKM3 $2 50 if paid within thro ntuk J win nia anniiff ih. wu , .. 3 50 f Pi Juniif tba year ataeribaramay dueaatiniM thair npera at I 'E introduwd in either House of Congress, with a declaration thill. hmirVr imnarraKl aaMeriberaraar diaeaatinM th... ....L. .i '.il,;.,.; u , . e tv paying forth. Um, they bnitW .r ""J"u'ana revolting, not a single al 4r wrrcr. ejr "" wc,wed j teratioo must be allowed, Sr even listened im wno auoacnbaTor a year, and do not at tba ' lP: . ou n," My. fellow-citizens, whether timaorwbscribing.ordera dtacotninuanca at tba and this is what you elect members lo Cuni-r of U. will ba considered aubacnbara anUl thay ordar tba for During .1.1. ,,,emDera ,0. Vongress IM.juatopped.aip.y.ii.rre.' i'V - Relate session nearly all the ADVKRTisEMKvrs ' c',a,rnien ol Committe...

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. — 2 October 1841

From the United States. r VETO TOWER. Some of the partisan newspapers are en deavoiitig to prove that the Executive has now no right to reject a bill to establish it i i . i f - national uudk; ana uiey icuna this curious position upon the action of Congress, the de- cisions of the Supreme Court, and the ac quiescence oi the people in that action and -those decisions. Partisans never assumed a position lees tenable, or endeavored to sup- port one uy arguments more lallacious. l 1 a e ineir aocinne oe souna, me federal eovern ment is not the creature of the States, defi ned by the federal constitution, but the erea- tn - cure vt us own creation, aennea Dy us own legislative and judical acts; not a government made by the people, but one made by their legislative representatives; not a constitu tional government, of which a branch is i legislature subordinate to the people, but a government created and modified by an om nipotent legislature and iudiciarv: not a con. federacy of represen...

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. — 2 October 1841

be the duty of the Whigs, in and out of Con Sets, to give to his official nets and measures r and lull consideration, approving them and co-operating in their support where they vu, ana ainenng irom ana opposing any of them only from a high sense of public duty. MR. EWING. ' it seems that the impression which the letter of this late public functionary made at its first appearance upon the public mind isg radually giving way to a just feeling of contempt and scora for one who would so far violate the confidence reposed in him bv the President, as to reveal to the world the pri vate conversations which must have ensued upon a supposed feeling of mutual trust and good will. Admitting mt! truth of every statement which the letter contains, and the justice ol his various inferences we can but feel indig nant at his course, when we reflect upon the intimate relations which must have subsisted between them, and the treachery which he has shown in waiving those relation to give way to the l...

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. — 2 October 1841

!' r"t -5 " - W Mi aTv A I AM NEVER ALONE. BY MRS. JERVIS. I am never alone at early dawn. When the lark pours forth her joyous note on high. When the diamond dew-drops gem the lawn, And the daisy opens her tearful eye I nm never alone with fragrant air, The sprit of the first young Hour is there. In one loud paeon our songs arise "Thanks to our God for the earth and skies. For the early dawn, the nlitterinrr dews. For the heaven cf song, the glow of liues, For the life, the light, the love we share, Thanks! thanks! for the tho'ls of praise and prayer." I am never alone at warm noon day, When the breeze is drank by the scorch ing heat, When the lark hath hushed its thrilling lay And the flowers shut up their ordors sweet I am nerer alone besides me lies The Spirit of tne Wood, with deep, dark eyes. My heart is still with flower and bird, My song is with that spirit heard; Low, soft as summer's breath arise "Thanks to our God for the earth and kies, For the glowing noon, the cooling ...

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. — 9 October 1841

Eilif A. H. BUCKNER, VOL. 8 NUMBER 52. TERMS S2 50 if paid within thres month. 83 00 if paid daring the year. ." S3 SO if not paid daring tbe year. Sabscribersmay diicoatino their paper at any time by paying for the time they hare received them, spt OT WtTROOT. Th"T? Tb ,abcri'58 for year, end do not at the time ofsubscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stepped, end pay aU arrearages. ADVERTISBMEXTS. fl 00 per square,for 13 lines or less, lor the first inser lion, and SO cent for each continuance. HXAdvertisemeiiU most be marked with the number of insertions that are requested; otherwise, they till be wwouKMu uii ivruia, ana cnargea accordingly. o variation from these rates in any case. - Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we b are no current account, most be ac oaspaaied by the cash, or some responsible reference lasna.. - . , . . All letUre adareesed to the editor, must be post ri...

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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. — 9 October 1841

A "Xevr 3Ioeffifiit--IZenrv Clay's I'esitton? We have i;:vcu :::r tll Jers the Manifes to' of the f.hia Whig, deflating war against the rrcbiiirr.:, rnJ developing the principles of the new rnovctner.t, projected by .Mr. Clay and his friend, to 'mead oiT Captain Tyler.' The principal frcture of that re markable docimtnt, is the proposition to re peal the Constution of the United Slates, in vnecf its conservative features, for the par pose of establishing an independent monied oligarchy, under the name of a Bank, Cor poration, or FisOid Agency. This astound ing tnemlesto seems only to he an amplifica tion ol the sentiments in Me annexed cor respondence with Henry Clay who. t now the hoad of the repeal or revolutionary par- WaSuinotcn. Hth Sept. 1841. Oenllerr.cn In UiC midst t-f my prepara tions for my departure to ir.y home, I have received by th? hards ol the gentlemen who have done me the honor to wait urn;n me, your obliging communication, bearing date this dsy. transmitting n re...

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. — 9 October 1841

If the whole matter is to be cut and dried without the instruction of the Convention the Palmyra gentlemen will save the people much anxiety, and the delegates much incon venience, by informing us forthwith, what selections they have agreed upon. For ourselves, we enter our solemn ptotest at the threshold, against this system of log rolling intrigue and corruption. We have not the least objection to see Mr. Wright,Jthe choice of the Convention, and we should take pleasure in giving him our support; but we most cordially reprobate the spirit and ob ject of this circular. We cannot believe that he had any parlor lot in the matter, and we can only attribute it to the blind indis cretion of his too zealou and partial friends. The scheme is every way objectionable, and Ami Democratic It is in direct hostility to the objects of a Convention a fair ex pression of the will of the people and it is highly unjust to other aspirants to a seat in the Councils of the nation- OCR-MINISTER TO ENG11...

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. — 9 October 1841

PCS" PAY YOUR DEBTS. Surprising circumstance it is, Now at the present day, So many should a debt contract, And then forget to pay. Now I'm obliged to sweat and toil, And wear my strength away. For those who" when they get the work, Forget to bring the pay. What vain excuses men will plead A payment to delay, And many think that promises Will answer well for pay. Another says, hard times, hard times, Don't hurry me, I pay, Not thinking that more hard the time, . The more I want the pay, There others are, who should you dun, And dun till you are grey, Would never pay a cent, unless Compell'd by law to pay. He'll do well without as I, Says one ar.d wait he may; The affluent cannot see my need. The poor think hard to pay. Some rather choose to pay it off Until some future day, Then they forget they owe a cent, And so will never pay. Therefore from men of different sorts, And men of different way, The rich the poor the purchaser, Tis hard to get my pay! For once let reason be your guide...

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. — 16 October 1841

"POWER IS EVER STEALING FROM THE KANT TO THE FKW. A Nil liOPEil,TC. VOL. 9 NUMBER 1. BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1841. WHOLE NUMBER 457. A. II. BUCKXER, Tf Kurr jv, subject, Lowever, to the discussion of a 53 50 if not pid during the year, national Convention, when thus decided. Subscriberamty diicoetinuo their paper et iny timo we pledge Ourselves to give him, Or any COn bypiTinj for the time they have received them, ut j sistent democrat, our undivided support, and "0X.uWib. for. year, .nd do not at lhe ' to all honorable and fair means to pro- timeofiubscribine, order a discontinuance at the nd molc ie Success of the Candidate SO cho of it, will be considered subscriber! until they order the Sen. paper to be .topped, and pay .11 arrearages. 6. JlesolveJ, That although We cannot l ooMr.n.,,,r!r,EoTISEMI?XTS." . c . approve the political course of the present 91 uu per sqnare.lor 12 lines or leu, tor tne first inser 1 . , . , . . , , r lion, .nd 50 cents for each conti...

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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. — 16 October 1841

of the curse I had so blindly invoke J, and wedded the lady Ermeneaide. 1 wedded, nor dreaded the curse I had in voked, and its bitterness was not visited up on me. And in the silence of the night there came once again through mv lattice the soft sighs which had forsaken me, and then mod elled themsel ves into a sweet voice, saying aieepin peace; lor the spirit ol lve reign eth and ruleth: and in taking to thy passion ate neart ner who is irmengarde. thou art absolved, for reasons which 6hall be made known to thee in Heaven, of thv vows un to Eleouora. ' The Late Jlurdrr. on I ART HER PARTICULARS .L.XAXINATIOX OF the Prisoner. The late dreadful murder, perpetrated as it was id the middle of the day, in the heart of our city, and in one of its most public thorough lares, continues to be a subject of conversation among all clas ses of the community. It is rarely that we nave the painlul duty to record a crime Dar alleled in enormity to this, not so much per haps of the act itself, but...

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. — 16 October 1841

Law of Advertising. A decision has re. cently been made in England, which we doubt not would be strictly followed in a similar case in this country. From this is apparent the necessity that advertisers should accompany their communications with ex plicit directions. The case is as follows: Court of Requests O'Connel versus Stokes. This was an action (brought by the plain tiff, a newspaper proprietor, against the de fendant who had occasion to advertise in his paper,) to recover the amount of an adver tisement which had been inserted forty-five times, on the ground that the advertisement had been intended for one insertion only. The manuscript order was produced, and ap peared indefinite. The case had been some time under the consideration of his Honor, who in his anxiety that strict justice should be done between proprietors of newspapers and the public, had taken the opinion of two of the judges on the subject, and agreed with them in deciding that newspaper proprietors vxre justif...

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. — 16 October 1841

f I- THE PRINTERS SONG. Print, comrade?, print: a noble task Is one we gaily ply; Tis to tt II to all who ask, The wonders of earth and sky; We catch the thought all glowing warm, As it leaves the student's bruin; And place the stamp of enduring (orm On Poet's airy strain, Then let us sins;, as we nimbly fling The slender letters round; A glorious thing is our laboring, Oh where may its like be found? Print, comrade, prht; th? fairest thought Ever limned in Pi inter's dream, Tiie rarest form e'er sculptor wrought, Cv the liijht of beautv's gleam. Though lovely, may not match the power Inch our own proud Art can claim; That links the fast with the present hour. And its breath the voioe of fame. Then let us sins as we nimbly Uing The slender U tters round; A glorious tiling, is one ab.i!nj. Oh where ma v its like le found! Print, comrades, print: God bath ordained That man by bis toil should live; Then spurn the charge, that we disdained The labor our God wou'd give. We envy not the s...

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. — 23 October 1841

Stiff A. II. BUCKNER, "Vol. 9 number 2. TEEMS f 2 50 if piid within three months. S3 00 if paid daring the year. S3 50 if mot paid daring the year. Sabacriberaaay discontinue their papers at any lime by paying for the time they hare received them, itrr or wmoirr. Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, orders discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until they order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS, f 1 00 per square.for 13 lines or less, tor the first inser tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. - CT Advertisements mast be marked with the number of insertions that are requested; otherwise, they rill be Continued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, snd from persons with whom we h its no current accounts, most be sc. Mopanied by the cash, or some responsible reference "in tewn. All iottais addressed to the editor, must be ...

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. — 23 October 1841

li&ii to distribute a common fund in a certain proportion among the States and to compel the people of lie Statrs to make up the defi cit in a different proportion; so that some shall pay tiioie, and oiiiers less, than what they respectively received! What is it but u cunr.ingiy devised scheme to take from one State, and give to ano'.her to replenish the treasury ct some of the States from the pockets of the people of the othprs; in reali ty, to nrnfce them support the Government and pay tho debt? of other States, as well as their own? Such must be the necessary re sult, as between the States which may pay more than they receive, zn J those which may receive more th.ft) they pay. The injustice and inequality will increase or decrease, just ia proportion to the respective excess or de ficit between receipts and payment!, under this flu pit ions cont.ivance for plunder. Bui 1 have nut rot reached the reality of this profligate and wicked scheme. As une qual and as it wculd be betw...

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