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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 12 March 1842

' BalwH'iiiini i iiiiMwilmrt . s THE nooS'S LICK TIMES.. ; : James r. benSon & clark h. GREfcN, , " - Ptiblfclier & Proprietor, AiU Publiiur$nf the Laws, Ac, tf th United l- SicUet, by authority. r IS IS. ITl . .;r "Published everjfSaturdsy, at 3 in advance, or 4 at tho end uf Iha year. fJu paper discontinue I but t the option rf the editors until art arreiiriige re paid and a failure to give.niili9 (bet'oro ilii end of tlie year)' of a wi.ili.iu ilia'.uiflTruua will br considered a new enit(fHim'nt. ., - . ' ' RATES OF ADVERTISING, v One doliar per square, 'of twle lin.' or ea. for the dm inertion, and lifty cunts a eqtiare for . each subeqni.'nt insertion. For tine quur twelve inontli. twenty dollars. --" Where. tli insertion of an sdveitiseinent i or dered, wi'lmut the Dumber of insertions boinjf ipe cirlod, it will be inserted (at the discretion of iIip nrunriotorsi until forbid, and charired for nri'iir. dingly. 'Ail advertisements from strangers, as well a all order fo...

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. — 12 March 1842

re not money. They are nothing but promises or orders for the payment of mon ey, according to their tenor. And whilst paper actually and truly redeemable in coin on demand, is not money, Blill less? is that paper in any sense money, which, whether professedly or not, is yet, in point of fact, not redeemable in coin on demand. Bank paper, if it stand on a solid specie basis, has circulation by reason of its con venience, and its being therefore preferred 10 mo coin iiseit. thin preference may continue to exist so as to have, the effct of keeping suspended in circulation at all times a quantity of the paper, and to free the banks from the necessity of retaining al ways on hand an amount of specie equal to tho awuM of paper issued. And thus cheap medium of circulation is supplied in place of a dear one. And if the redemp tion of its bills bo continually enforced, and the prudence of its conduct incessantly tes ted and secured, the operation is a useful one to the community, as well as ...

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. — 12 March 1842

c 1 ULJgggggW oiher ubstiiute ia hardly to be avoided, unleu the custody of the public money i to be left wholly to the Executive discretion; which, except we mean to admit the doctrine of a former Adminis tration that the custody of the public money ia an Executive prerogative, can hardly be seriously in tended by any body. Of the modes heretofore proposed for keeping and disbursing the public money, the one author ized by law (the Sub Treasury) has been con. flemned by public opinion, and repealed. The second, the establishment of a National Bank, is for the present as much out of the question as if it were really forbidden by the Constitution. -' The third, t leogue of the Siate, Banks with the Gun ral Government, has been tried, condemned as impracticable, and 18 becoming Hail mnrn nml . ' o more so. Can nothing else be done? Has human inge nuity been exhausted by the experiments which have failed? Is patriotism so easily baffled in its ' purpose, or so soon wearied in the pursu...

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. — 12 March 1842

. vNEW FROSTECTUS OF THE - ' .' Boston .Notion, THC rOUO AND QUARTO EDITION. Important . Improttments Proposed. ON the ninth day of October will be publisher! the first number of a new volume of the Bus TOM Notion, which will at that time be considera bly enlarged, and in every respect improved. I will thereafter be printed with new type of thi must modern urn and beautiful finish, on paper i" is fine a quality as is used in any newspuper es tablishment in this country, and by a pre mann factured expressly tor the purpose, at the culebra tad foundry or K. Hoe & Co., New York, i which will be embraced all the most recent im provement in that machine, enabling; the printer u giva perfect Impreisiona and an undnviating regis ler. . ' THE BOSTON NOTION it a weekly gazette uf original and -l.'Cted liters hire and intelligence. It emracesTi e, Poei Essays, Reviews of New Works, B ojraphic il Historical and Humorous Sketches, Auecrtoies.&c . &c, selected from the widest range o...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 19 March 1842

TI1E DOOiVS LICK TIJIES. JAMES R. BENSON Si CLARK H. GREEN, Publishers & Proprietors, Ant PMuhtri of the Laws, ., of the United States, by authority, TERNS r r Fublished every Saturday, at $3 in advance, or (4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinue.! aut at the option of the editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice (before the end of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be nsidered a new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, for the first insertion, and fifty centa a square for each subsequent insertion. ' For one square twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the 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 accor dingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some responsible and conv...

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. — 19 March 1842

C, and to which may bo added the high credit of (his paper, it will impart a groat activity, and consequently effectiveness to the circulating medium. 3. TIo local bank may be induced, to a great extent, to substitute ibis paper for their own. 4. It will prevent tho depreciation of specie, by abrasion, whilst in circulation. 5. It will prevent ils total loss to the coun try and to the warld by shipwreck and oili er casualties. fi. It will u;l ircl the most convenient, safe and valuable currcney for travel. 7. It will be the best and safest remit tance by mail, from one end of the Union t tho other, fur the payment of newspa per and periodicals, rnd other things rcqui nii: small finn?, witl.oiil the possibility of 1 ch lev cloprcciatlou to these who receive i I. S. It wiil tend to regulate the banks and by a freipient Eettlii'.g of I ilsnc.es, to bring tin m up to a sound circulation. , 0. It will d merest towards regulating ex changes, by (wans of its fiv jruoie actual on the local ...

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. — 19 March 1842

4 St K1 -7 rcncy; proceeding upon .the principle thai the Within tin preient week, it ii probable, this Uoveriimentahould receive nothing but gold and whole eubject will be opened up in the discussion iilverm payment trf 'public duos, and disburse of Mr. Clay's Resolutions, now lying on the -. nothing but gold and silver in paymentfof the table. In that discussion, should it tnke place, V "Vi- j l""1'9 Exchequer i id receive the leading Speech of Mr. Clay will be heard ., , lio dues in the sound specie-paying &aifc and read with interest, ell the deeper -from the paper ol the States, at tho place where redeem? 'prevolonce of a rumor, which aeenra to be gene able, as woUnsin gold and silver, and at the s believed, that an eminent statesman will, time to furnish n now paper currency of th?l most tmpregnnblo saurldncss lor iho uses of the community, as welt us the wants of the Govern, inent; a ctirreiiayAhich finds its way into the hands of the nfcuh'anic, the farmer, and the mer. ...

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. — 19 March 1842

0 s MARY'S CONSTANTS The moon' bright beams lit up the grove, Ai if 'twas toucb'd by wind of fairy Tbete, In a bower, sat myJare, The black-eyed, sweet am gentle Mary. Forth, on the wing ofJoVe, t flew, To this our chosen-puce of greeting. To bid bet now t short adieu, And sad and tearful was our meeting. From tbee, my love, and these dear scenes, For two years hence, I must betaken, But when that long space intervenes, I wiil return with love unshaken A v) Mary, will tour faith be kept 1 Will absence our affections sever 1" She leaned upon my breast, and wept, And gently whispered, "Never, never 1" Two years' elapsed. With heart elate, 1 sought my Mary's father's dwelling, And there upon the porch she sat- Cease, bosom, cease thy joyous swelling I grasped her offered hand, and said, "How does mf dear and pretty Mary? Ten thousand blessings on the head Of her, whoe fove can never vary I I'll make theet dearest, all my own; The tears, whith we have long been shedding, ' No more shall...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 26 March 1842

r THE IIOO.VS LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK H. GREEN, Publishers & Fropriotors, And Publisher of the Latct, yc, of the United States, by authority. TERNS. Published1 evory Saturday, at $3 in advance, or $4 at the end or the year. No paper discontinueJ but at the option of the editors until all arrearages re paid and a failure to give notice (before the nd of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be considered 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. Fur one square twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the numbor of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accor dinply. All advertisements from strangers, as well s all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some responsible and co...

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. — 26 March 1842

Correspondence of the Lo;iivillo Journal. Cinci.nnati, March 13. Intelligence this rnorning from the Nor thern frontier, revives the excitement cre ated by the affair of MiLcod. The fol lowing'is from the Journal of Commerce : "On Monday night, February 28th, a voting mail by the name of Ilogan, was ar rested about eight mile from Lock port, nnd brought to that place, charged with be ing one of the party who attached the steamer Caroline. The evidence against him is said l be that he disclosed to Dr. M'fcenzie, of Lock port, in 182S, that he was one of the party; and that, having oc casion to come to Rochester, he wrote to the Doctor, inquiring whether there would bo any danger in doing so, and asking for a brace of pistols. Hognn is a resident of Hamilton, in U. Canada, and had been to Rochester to attend court. He was lodged in jail f ir one night, ami the next day taken by a writ of habeas corpus before Judge Ranson, of the common pleas court, upon the plea that there was suffici...

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. — 26 March 1842

1 LfBy lalo St. Loulg papers wo learn the apalling fact that the Whig party of that city is smashfcd used tip dead and buried I The case is this; The wards of the city, in regular course, appointed dele gates to nominate a Whig candidate for Mayor, A. B. Chambers, of the "Repub lican," being an aspirant. The delegates not having duo respect for tho Whig parly, nominated one Edward Cnarless, leaving Mr. Chambers to attend to his own busi ness whereupon our friend Chambers preached the funeral of Whiggory, and pronounces the entire animal dead ! 1 By way of being exact, it may be proper to add that there arc yet a few Whigs in St. Louis who do not consider so badly of their fate, and venture to predict the exis tence of tho parly after tho death of Chambers and election of Charles. These, though, are evidently under a false impres sion, as Chambers is unquestionably the party. Now for our moral: This Chambers, in pretended rage, struck us from his ex change list, under a false charge,...

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. — 26 March 1842

J. TO MISS I've torn thine Image from my heart, I'll kneel no more at beauty's shrine; Fate now lifts doomed tliutvo should part, Anil break I ho vows that matin me thine. No more thy voice's silvery lone, Shall fall upon tny gladdened car; The eharm, its accents wove is pone. Its gentle sound no more is m tr. Those eyes whose beaming spell once wovj, A tender chnrtn around my heart. It? pavilioned chords no more can move, We're doomed alas ! wo're doomed to part. Those lips too which sj oft to mine, I've pressed in happier hours than this, Have lost their taste of love divine, And parted with '.heir heavenly b'.iw. Then fare thee well, fulse one farewell, Ti-ke back thy love I deem thy heart Too false, too fickle there tu dwell. I-'itu well, fr.revve!!, we now must pan. a court,!-; of stray leaves. "Ex uno disci omnet." "Well, my dear, will you go to lite party to uie:hi? You know we have a very nolito invito. ton." "Why, my love, just as you plciisr; you know I always wish to cons...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 2 April 1842

THE BOOX'9 LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK tt. GREEN. Publishers & Proprietors, And Pulluhtr of th Latct, J-c, of the t'nitti States, by authority. TCKJIS, Published every Saturday, at $3 in advance, or (4 tt the end of the year. No paper discontinue ! bnt at the option of the editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice (before the fid of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be considered a new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cent square for each subsequent insertion. For one square twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or iored, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accor dingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well ss allordors for job-work, must be accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some responsible and conv...

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. — 2 April 1842

jr. I- ring the noontide beat. ' Often did they cower in the deep shade of some coppice as they mistook the breeze :niurmcring a inong the leaves for the whimpers of a hu man voice, and more lhan once they shrunk back with terror as some bough swayed by the winds cant its shadow across t!icir path. As they entered the wood. Joanna drew more ch-scly to hrr companion's side, .who 1ml her to an opening. A man muf fled in a cloak advanced .o meet them. As he drew near lie Rifl'ered ihe folds that shrouded his face to fall, and iit the same lime taking off his cap he revealed the fen tores of tha Minstrel. The moonhenms VI1 brightly on his high 'and noble brow, iund which his dark and waving hair lux uriantly clustered, and the somewhat haughty expression of his handsome mouth was now softened by one of the most mel ancholy and winning of smiles. As she listened to Ids deep musical voice breathing eloquence and poetry of passion, she re membered not that he was a captive ; she forgot eve...

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. — 2 April 1842

lDDr. Silas Kccd has been reinstated in the office of Surveyor General, from which lie was so unjustly removed last summer "through misrepresentation of his enemies. '., We arc hot personally acquainted with Dr." Reed, but whilst ho was in office we know I.e gave satisfaction to all in this " section of the State. What will Cock Robbin of the Republican do with himself! now. We expect he'll knock the U. S. Senate into a cocked hat, and possibly tear his shirt. Verily "the way of tho trans gressor is hard." FnijiTERs' Outs. Out of credit, out of cash, out of paper, out of ink, out of copy, out of sorts, out of work, out at the elbows, nnd out at the tots! Boon's Lkk Times. Poor Benson ! Is that what you gained by go ing out west? Heading (Pa ) Ga:ctte. I0, Siri by "coining out Nest' wo got 1 out of a place where the people generally, for Boonville, Glasgow anil utianton, ana an inter- . .. i i 7 i mediate towns and landings, every Tuesday at 4 the printers particularly, were not only...

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. — 2 April 1842

Hcntsvilli, April 1st, 1842. Messrs. Benson U Green Gentlemen: Fleas (We tht following poetical effusion, written by a Missouri poet, a place in your piper, verbatim tt liliratim, and much oblige '.Your friend, HOW TO GET MARRIED. Tut on your best clothes and walk up Main street, Hold your head high and look not at your feet, Walk close to tho bouse when your feet are inclin'd , And Imagine yourself as looking divine, Then I will ventureor rather suggest, The extent of your knowledge is judged by your dress. This being a fact thatwe cannot deny,' I say to the young men fins clothes you must buy; A hat of lite fashion bootsand all that, And around your neck twining a striped cravat. Two coats of fine cloth you readily must buy, And every thing else that pleases your eye. Stupendous and majestic you then will appear To the eyes of the world that is right about here. Now being accomplished and ready for action To church they will repair with great satisfaction, To be observed they will...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 9 April 1842

ji M 4 THE BO OA'S LICK TIMES. ME9 R. BENSON & CLARK II. GREEN, '" " Publishers & Proprietor, Ami PMi'tcri of the Lav, yc, o the United Slates, by authority. TERHS. fabliahed evory Saturday, at in advance, or t it the end of the year. No paper discontinue I but at the option of thn editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice (before the end of tin year) of a with to discontinue will be onaiderod a new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per aqunre, of twulvo lines or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion. For one squire twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions being spe cified, it will be inserted (at thn discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for sccor dingly. Ail advertisements from strangers, as well m 11 orders fur job-work, must be accompanied will) thecash, or a reference to some responsible end en...

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. — 9 April 1842

.J.....1 - . L"J,V?."""!, ' VH n regular Session of Congress; and do no gentlemen lenow that it is now in progress, by tho faithful hands to which it has" here ond elsewhere in Congress been commit ted!1 and that an extraordinary commit tee lias been raised in this body, insomuch that to effect it tho S.;.ate has somewhat shot from ils usual and appropriate orbit by establishing a standing Comr?iillcc of He- trcnrhrnwitr If the honorable Senator ironi riouiu Carolina took tour venrs to bring down tho expanses of the War De partment, when under bis own immediate s-epet -intemkiief, 1 may surely, with ennfi denee. make my appeal to his sense of jus. tiec and liberality t: allow us at least two years before he reproaches us with afailurc in a work so much more extensive. I will now say that, in suggesting the pro. ie!y of fixing the annual average expen diture ot tins Oovernrnent at twenty-two millions of dollars, from this lime and for s';;i!,; years to come, it is not my purpose to p...

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. — 9 April 1842

considers that, and acts accordingly, he will "occasionally hear from us. P. S. Yesterday morning's mail brought l. K n nMAKKiA n i i : . 1 HI- lIB mu nuns VI 1119 piUUUUIQ dUVIllUIl Ul I'AI Maguire, the Loco candidate for Mayor of St. Louis. ' Wc suppose Mr. Chambers feels satis fiedas he doubtless used his influence to elect Mr. Maguire. O0n the 25th, the President sent a highly important Message to the two . Houses, in which he speaks of the delicate nature of our foreign relations takes ground for discriminating revenue protec tionrecommends the suspension of the Distribution Bill, and a pledge of the pub lic land fund for the reimbursement of a loan of fifteen or eighteen millions, with which to pay off the Van Euren public debt. It is the most important Message sent to Congress for twenty-five years, and shall have a place in our next. Messrs. Rives and Preston have offered resolutions which announce their concur rence with the Message. Could'nt stand it. And old friend and cu...

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 April 1842

SEQUEL TO THE RUM MANIAC. The morninz d.nrnoJ, en i ihffj ha Uy Upon hit couch, colm mitt peaceful: Now, no frightful visions huuni his Troubled brain to iJiivo lii.n mad. No fanciedfjiie, lash him wilh Their ercipion whip, nor demon Hold their fenrful level, round -J!i peaceful bed. They gathered In that rilent room, cue by one, His wronged, yet uncomplaining Family; with fairy step ihf y TiOdlha dnikencd chamber, Irrt Perchance, they might wake him from hi Calm, nvcet sleep, end rouse once more, the Raving of li'n troubled brain. The sun, had slowly crept to hi Meridian height, ar.d shown With pceilisa splendor on the world biiieath. Ono golden ray, dariir.g ocrosj The sleeper's face, a'.voke him fiom His calm repose, to consciounct And reason. There Mood hi snxiutii Wife, gazinj id sorrow on the Wreck of him her heart once lor.d, Yes loved him still, though lie hod Fallen from his high estnte, lied blasted all her early hopes, And oft had caused the blush of shams, To mantle on h...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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