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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 23 October 1841
upon themselves the authority to instruct another body or set of individuals, of similar or like character with themselves!! All po litical power emminates directly from the people in their sovereign capacity; and they alone, have, the legitimate right to instruct those whom they may have invested with delegated powers only. "Justice," ulls us tfcat "it is well known that there are in our County, two aspirants to a seat in Congress and then modestly applies to the friends f each "aspirant," the epithet of "faction." Now if the spirit of "faction" does really ex ist in the Democratic ranks in this Count v as is asserted by "Justice," who I ask, has wen the prime mover in producing and pro moting it! The Democratic County Convention held at the Court H.ue m B nv! in, 'Green on -. 4 . t- J f Cm .uc i u:iy m J-pte..ib-rlt,ein.Mwd of highly respectable individuals of the Demo cratic party, fr-vn different sections of the f A I youaiy, resoivea that tt was expedient it that lime, to selec...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 23 October 1841
ho THE DKPARTDE. The departed! the departed! They visit us in dreams, And they glide above our memories, Like shadows orer streams; But where the cheerful lights of home la constant lustre burn, The departed the departed Can never more return! The good, the brave, the beautiful! How dreamless is their sleep, Where rolls the diger-like music Of the ever-heaving deep Or where the hurrying nigh-winds Pale winter's robes have spread Above the narrow places, In the cities of the dead! 1 look around and feel the awe Of one who walks alone, Among the wrecks of former day?, In mournful ruin strown. I start to hear the stirring sounds Among the cyress trees; For the voice of the departed Is borne upon the breeze! That solemn voice! it mingles with Each free and careless strain, I scarce can think earth's minstrelsy Will cheer my heart again. The melody of sumtrur waves, The thrilling notes of birds, Can never be. so dear to me, As their remembered words. I sometimes dream their pleasant smil...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 30 October 1841
f a: h.1 buckkeh. itfiil .urOWCR IS KTEK STEALING- FRO THK'tJAJfr TO THK FEW, VOL.4 9 NU R3 BOYVLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY OCTOBER 30, 1841. Editor and Proprietor. WHOLE NUMBER 45$. 2 50 tf aid witeia thro month. J Q"tr paid dartof the year. - '. (3 50 if oat paid darter; the you. Satsaribersmay discontinue their papers Amy tin 7 rr"t forthe lime hey -asTSTeoeireo' tkm, torr T WlffBOVT . Thorn who snbscttfce for a year; sVd do aot at the Ume of oobseribinf , order disniiienfte ei tbe ead ef it, wilt be eoasidered.sabacnbero until they order the paper to be stopped, ted pay all ADVBWTISKMnjtTR. ' $1 00 per aquare.for 12 lioee or leee, tor toe first loser lion, aod SO cents for each eontiaaaaee. IT Advertisement mast be marked with the ounber of insertion that are reqaested; otherwise, tbey Ul be Continued till forbid, aad charged accordingly. No -variation froal these rates is any ease. Advertisements from a distance, and frena persons with whom we h eve no current account, most be so....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 30 October 1841
period when the late Bank of the United States was in the fullest and most sucessful operation when exchanges, according to their own showing, were the lowest and most steadily, and uniform and sound; and vet, with all these favorable circumstances, which they estimate so highly, and with no hostile cause operating front obroad, our tonnage and commerce, in every branch on which the duties could operate, fell off; on the coun try, during the latter period, when all the iiostile causes which they are in the habit of daily denouncing on this floor, and of whose disastrous consequences we have heard so many eloquent lamentations; yes, In spite of contractions, and expansions in; spite of tampering with the currency and the removal ot the deposites; sipte of the disordered state of the whole machinery of commerce, the deranged state ot the curren cy, both at home and abroad; in spite of the state of the exchanges, and of what we are constantly told of the agony of the country; both have...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 30 October 1841
1 C ana 4 s I- 1 hare certainly carried the Sate, and a majority in both Houses of the Legis It should be reme.nbred that the ma ty for Harrison, vu near 25.000. In Georgia, McDonaio, (Dem.) so far.as J J UIUU Wo have a majority as vet hv inint Hot in the Legislature, of about 50 Let Borne in mind that the Whigs last Ses had a majority of 32. New Jersey it is opposed that we have ijonty of the Domilar 1 Vi I 1000 1 iDe eraham " dominant in the Legislature CO n R1- fr HR,USO!T' was near23r CO. The Balumore Patriot thus apeak, of the election is this State. "In New Jersey, that noble little State, that gave a larger majority for Harrison than was ever given at any previous election for any State candidate, has barely escaped fall ing into the hands of the Loco Foccs. In the council, the parties are equally divided, 9 Whips and 9 Loco Focos. Id the 9rr My, the Whigs have a small maj!," auttnt o p-ve them a majority on joint ballot." The reign of Whiggery is indeed short. In lookingover...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 30 October 1841
0 V "pROSPECTUS The undersigned pro poses to publish a Democratic News paper, under the title of the The Infex," o be edited ia Washington City, and printed in Alexandria, District of Columbia, three times a week during the session of Congress, end tw ice a week the remainder of the year, at five dollars per annum. The first number to be isiued about the 1st of September next. There is a demand for a paper of this des cription, at the point indicated. The c:ill is creditable tit the vigilance which dictates it. and shows a proper appreciation of the exig ency of ihe times. The critical condi in in which vie find the great and permanent interests of the country, resulting from nn extraordinary combination of men and cir cumstances, all antagonist to the just and abiding principles of the Democratic partv, and the injury likely lo en-ue from n sys:c'm of measures which tht-ve is every reason to believe that combination is about to esiab lisb, will, we doubt not, insure the c opera tio...