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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 21 January 1843

BOON' IGK nn "ERROR C RASES 7YJ nr. DA xnrnniTv .www rriiiiT ALrtOUJ iOF Mststk F KCsiU IV WMUA I i i . J EFFERSQX . IMES Vol. 3. THE IlOOrV'S LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK H. Editors & Proprietors. GREEN, TE R ItlS. PabUsW evsry Saturday, at 3 in advance, o $4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinue bet at the option or the editors until all arrearage re paid and a failure to give notice (before the end of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be emaidered a new engagement. . . RATES OP ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, fur the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion. For one square twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion ef an advertisement is or- aered, without the number of insertions beimr sdo- ained, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord- in7 , Alt advertisements from strangers, as well as riiMier l'r Jr ,"32?? ccomP,ln,f? witl! ...

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. — 21 January 1843

Libert rt Mo., Dec. S3, 1843. To the Editor of the Lexington Express: Dear Sir In accordance with the feel ing which first prompted me to introduce the process of water-rotting hemp, in Ken tucky, for the use of the Navy and its com mercial enterprise, 1 beg leave to lay before the farmers of Lalayette, Saline, Ray, &c, the following remarks through yout valuu ble columns. Uy the solicitation of many persons ol this State, I have been induced to visit them end impart to them the knowledge of which I am possessed, in water-rotting. I left my manufacturing interest, prompt ed by a zeal to promote the interest of the country generally, that every facility should be given the fanner to enable him to oper ate t advantage, and produce a good arti cle. I regret that my time was so limited that I could not visit Lafayette, Saline, &c. But as far as 1 hive examined in the conn ties of Clay, Platte, &.c, 1 pronounce the staple of the hemp superior to the Russian samples. But the w...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 21 January 1843

.nan, Mr. Lxk, having disowned it when que. lioned about it! The resolution was indefinitely poitpunad, but not without some angry debaia. The glorious 8th waa celebrated by the fireing of cannon and such other tokens of commemora tion as become the occasion-but in consequence f iis being Sunday many of the membeis and Others did not participate in it. The matter was brought before the House of Representative, on Monday previous, by Mr. McHenry of Bates, in set of resolutions, which were warmly support ed and finally adopted, celebrating the day, Sun day though it was. They were opposed by whigs and democrata, on tha ground that it would desecrate tha Sabbath, and do violence to (ha scruples of the religious portion of the commu nity. But none seemed to be opposed to cele. brating the day on Saturday or Monday. The Senate amended, by striking out the Sth and in- lertiur the -9th. The House disagreed to this emendmtnt, and adopted another aet of resolu tions to celebiate the 8th. 'up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 21 January 1843

ROB'T T. PREWITT, A t lo r n c y at Law, WILL practice In this and Hie neighboring counties, and wilt punctually and diligently attend to any business confided to his care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson it Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, 1942 44 tf. JAMES1I, MUCH, Attorney at Lav,) PlATTSBOKOH,, MlSSOORl, TTILL attend all the Courts in Clinton, and VV Circuit Courts in the Platte Country, generally. Oct. 1. Bulletin copy three limes weekly. c. r. BROWN, Attorney at Law, T V TILL piaclice in the counties of Platte, But- T banan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Uay. RflsidenccPLATTE CITY. (April 3, 1841-3 LAW .OTIOE. JOHN B. CLARK & A. J. HERNDON, Layette, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; busines entrusted to one will rccnivo the attention of both A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in liankruptcy. 05" Ortice, north-east corner of the public square, heretofore occupied by John B. Clark where one or both may generally be found. Fayette, May 21, 1842. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 January 1843

BOON'S CI nn IME "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS. WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. Vol 3. FAYETTE, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1813. Xo. 40. THE BOOX'9 LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON fc CLARK H. GREEN, . , Editor eV Proprietor. TERMS. A LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the Post J. jl umce, at Fayette, Mo., Jan A. Adam VValttr Adam George A. Adam William Adveraon Reuben Armos De Chriitarah Tl Published every Saturday, at 3 in advance, of Brown William 4th, 1843. $4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinued Barker Samuel bdt at the option of the editor until all arrearaged Black Charle re paid and a failure to give notice (before the Burton Nancv A -f .i.. -r . i : . : 1 1 1 wu wi iim jcai; Ul WIOII IU UIKUUllllUB Will oo t(ir J, H. considered a new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, Bryan John H. it Co. Bozarth Milton Blythe Samuel Long Reuben M. Monsieur A. or Mr. Maupin Richard Major James Maxwell Roswell Miner George...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 January 1843

CONGRESS. J ANUAUY 0, 19 43. ILmse of Representatives. Impeachment. Mr. Bolts gave notice that ho would to morrow present, for consideration, the charges which ho proposed to prefer, and upon which ho would enueavor 10 iouno an impeachment against the President of iho United Mates. The Exchequer, Mr. Fillmore, from the Committee of Ways and Means, said that he had been unanimously instructed by the Committee to report the following resolutions, accom panied by a report, viz: Resolved, That the plan of tho Exche quer, presented by the Secretary of the Treasury at the last session, ought not to be adopted. Mr. Atherton, of the minority, submit ted an amendment, to tho effect that the Committee of Ways and Means be in structed to report a plan for the collection, safe keeping, transfer, and disbursement of the public monies; and as far as possible, to substitute a provision of law to take the public money from Executive discretion, and prevent it from being used for private speculation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 January 1843

. Fiora a friend in Jefferson . Jefferson Citt, Jan. 21, 1843. Messrs. Benton $ Green: The second Thursday of January passed off without any' decisive action upon the districting question. The friciids of the measure dif fered somewhat in bringing the matter be fore the House; they however agreed to submit the ques ion to a select committee, composed of one member from each judi cial district. It turned out that there was not a majority of the friends of districting the State placed on the committee. I be lieve there were 7 for and 7 against dis tricting; perhaps eight against. I have heard that a representative from your county, a member of this committee, is not the warm friend of districting which he wai thought to be at the commencement of the session. It appears that no report will be made bv the committee, and probably the question of districting the State wil' not be agitated again this session. The bill to call a convention to alter the Constitution of the State, passed the ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 January 1843

i mmil m I, ii im iii 1 1 -irt:"".' i " " 1 " ,mmm I ... i M i 11 " 1 ' ' ' " 'i. " i ' ' " ' .,.,...-,-- . ; - - 7' . -' - ' . .(iiMnnumKinwr- if VTrrr"" - V --? a . ' !T, ' ROB'T T. PREW1TT, Attorney at I aw, WILL practice in this ind th .neighboring counties, and will punctually and diligently attend to any businoss confided to his care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 13, 1312. 41 tf. JAMKSII. BIRCH, (Attorney at Lt,) Plattsbckoh, Missouri, "ILL attend all the Courts in Clinton, and Circuit Courts in the Flatte Country, generally. . Oct. 16. Bulletin copy three times weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney at Law, WILL practice in the counties of Platte, Bue hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Residence PLATTE CITY. I April 3, 1641-3. jl x xv o ri(;i;. JOHN U. CLARK &. A. J. IIERNDON, Eayette, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business entrusted to one;will receive the attention ot Dotn A. J. IIERNDON will give prompt attention t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 February 1843

B O.O N' LICK T I IE "ERROR C LAS EH TO BE DANGEROUS. WHKN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO CUUHAT IT."JtrTi. Vol. 3. THE B9 V LICK Tl.fi EM. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK H. GREEN, Editor h Proprietor. t e u n h . PuNi-hed every Saturday. i 3 In advance, nf ft at tV mid of t lie veer. N pper rfi-cohiinu.d ' 8B iumg tin rool pn.iular, intruc- but t the option .f the v-dtt- .. until nil arrewrsg- d d "'"""J"! wurk of the day, in a eonve are paid -and a failure 10 .ve notice (b. fore Hi- '""" ,"r,n at cheap a rata a to coma fin) r !( earj i.f a v..e. 10 li continue will he Wl""" ' means i.f etery individual in ihecoun considered ..ew engagement ") bes met with the most unboundi-d success. HTF OP HVPnTKIvn How ",l,nv 'l"UNind have been debarred the HA LS AUVfcKTISI.NG. pies.ure of reading . new work, because oNt Uiif )...( .r ( r q i.re. ot t.ue line, i.r le-. high priceand huw immense Uie revolution which inr in-n-' iii-itmii.ii'.ii nnv cms a a.'ir' tor arn !-, q.ent in-eriinti For on' -q.ir' twe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 February 1843

LIEUTENANT MACKENZIE.. Asa great many enquiries are hourly made in relation to ha birthplace of this' individual, who he is,&o., we think it pari of our duty, as editon of a publics paper, to enlighten that portion of the public who wish to know. The father of Alexander Slidell Macken zie, Mr. John Slidell, some thirty or forty years, was the most prominent tallow chan dler,' or, in other words, soap and candle maker in our city. In this business he ac nnired a large fortune, and was known in society as an industrious and honorable man in all 'his actions. Having retire from business, he lived in a gentlemanly stvle. ffor he was one of natures gentle' 'en.) in the fine house recently occupied bv Mrs. Smthart as a boarding house, in Broadway, nearly opposite Bunkers. It we mistake not, the elder Mr. Slidell had this building erected for himsel!. H was there he died, manv ears ano. lie whs duile a ureal natron of the tine arts, fnd though he dealt in tallow, he was quite an apprci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 February 1843

THE TIMES. F or President IIEMtY CLAY, of Kentucky. FAYETTE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1842. THE MAILS. To an editor, who is eipected to furnish his readers with an interesting paper, the failure of a mail, or two or three failures, in succession, is a matter of some perplexi ty. We hate had but one eastern mail for nine days; that came on Thursday evening, and should have been here a week ago to day. The weather of late has been severe and the roads have been, and still are, al most impassable. We cannot be subject to such a state of things long, and hope this is the last time we shall be forced to appear in th character of BDolosrists before our ... - - - - - i o , readers, for the barrenness of our columns, But a like resolution, introduced by Mr. Young, passed the Senate, this evening. Gen. John C. Benett the celebrated Mormon dissenter is now delivering a course of lectures in the Senate chamber, in which he lays bare the villianies and impostures of Joe Smith and Mormonism, and al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 February 1843

ROBT T. PREW1TT, Attorney at Law, WILL prartlc In this and tha iieighhorini counties, and will punctually and diligentl attend to any busiues confided ti hi earn. Olfict thai formerly occupied by Wilson & Mot row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, H42.44-tf. J AMES II. UIHCII, (Attorney i I,) Plattmriimi.h. Mteaotriti, WILL attend all the Conn in Clinton, and Circuit Courts in lb Platte Country, generally. Out. 10. Bulletin copy three time weekly. C. P.. B RO WN, Attorney at Law, WILL ptartice in the counties of Platte. Bin haiian, Andrew. Holt, Clinton and Clay RaidencePLATTK CITY (April 8. 1841-8. LAW NOTICE. JOHN B. CLARK & A. J. HERN DON, Layette, Missouri, WILL hnreifer pneice law jointly; bnaines n trusted to one will receive the attention of boil A. J HEKNDON will give prompt alienl" to cases in Hinkruplcy. OOifice, north-east corner of the 'piihli square, heretofore occupied by John B Claik where one ir both may te erally be found. Fayett. Mav 21. 142 111 if It. IV While, ATTORN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 February 1843

ICK nn "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS. WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT TV-Jefff-kbon. Vol. 3. FAYETTE, JI IHSOURI, SATURD AY, FEBRUARY 11, 1843. No. 48. BOON IME-S the; nooA's lick times. JAMES R. BENSON &. CLARK II. GREEN, " Editors Si Proprietor. T E R M S. I to every Post-Office in tho United Slates, at news- Published every Saturday, at 3 in advance, of ""d. Ps'"phlet P0"' t nn, ;. SI at the end of the year. No paper discontinued ' ,. f ho d.e,,?n f. '?su,n l.he "J0 P,)ular ,n,,r,,c' but at the option of the editor until all arre.raged t,ve enterta.n.ng work, of the day, in . conve ; i r -i . . -i,r ment form, and at so cheap a rate as to come re paid and a failure to give notice (before the ...... . . '. i .1. j kV.l lr - i L .. , ,.,. . . within the means of every individual in the conn end of the year) of a to discontinue will be net h mhomiei su,ceM. considered a new engagement. ,Jw lhousan1, hove dbarred ,h RA1E& Or ADVERTISING. pleasure of reading a new work, bec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 February 1843

THE TIMES. F or President IIEMtY CLAY, of Kentucky. FAYETTE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY" 11. 1842.. THE BANKRUPT LAW. In the House of Representatives, on the 1 Sili ult., the following bill was passed, by a vote of 1 10 yeas,71 nays : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United State of America in Congress assembled That the act entitled "An act to establish a uniform iivciom nf ImnkniDtcv throughout the Uni- tf.l States." anDroved Aucust 19, 1811, be nnl th same is hereby repealed : Provided, Thot tlila net bIihII not affect anv case of w . . - - proceeding in bankruptcy commenced be fore the nassace of this act, or any pains penalties or forfeitures incurred under the said act. but every such proceeding may be continued to its final consummation, in lito manner as if this act had not been passed." "For one. we sav. we lire in favor of well (n.ir.led banks of issue. We would reform the ivmem not annihilate it. We would erect ad- ditional barriers obtain increased...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 February 1843

DY THUHS DAY'S ITlAIIi. "A feast or famine," seems to bo our lot in the news line. We had not had a mail for nine days when our last paper went to press. Saturday night we received a wheel-barrow load of papers more or less but of such ancient dates that they were useless , except as a matter of history. Tuesday last the mail was light, and on Thursday we received no mail east of Jef ferson City. For the news from the scat of government, we refer our readers to the letters below. Correspondence of tho Boon's Lick Times. Jepfbbson City, Feb. 8, 1813. Messrs. Benson $ Green : How vain all expectations, or calculations. I in formed you some time ago, that the State would certainly be districted, but I find I was mistaken. In calculating the matter I did not make sufficient allowance for the infirmity of poor human nature, Certain I am that there was a large majority in fa vor of districting, but, like the Scotch man's flea, when you attempt to "put your finger upon them they are not th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 February 1843

ROB'T T. PREW1TT, Attorney at law, WILL practice In this and tho neighboring counties, and will punctually and diligently attond to any business confided to liis care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, 1942. 44 tr. JAMESII. BIRCH, Attorney at Law,) Plattsborqu, Missouri, Iirll.I, attend all the Court In Clinton, and f V Circuit Courts in the Platte Country, generally. Oct. lb. Bulletin copy three times weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney at Law, WILL practice in the counties of Platte, Bue hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Kfsidence PLATTE CITY. ( April3, 1841-3. Ii XV ?iO T 1 C 12 . JOHN B. CLARK &. A. J. HERN DON, Kay Me, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business entrusted to one wul receive tho attention ot ootn A. J. IIERXDON will give prompt attei.tioo tocases in llaxvruplcy. ft?-Office, north-east comer of the public yq.iarc, heretofore occupied bv John -B. Clark where one or both may generally be found. FayettK, May 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 February 1843

O N ICK TIME JLJ "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. Vol. a. FAYETTE, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 18 13. IVo. 4J. BO THE IIOO.V9-LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK II. GREEN, ' Editors & Proprietor. TEKITIS. Published every Saturday, at S3 in advance, o $4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinued hut at the ontion of the editOM until all arreararm i are paid-and a failure to give notice (before the I end of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be' considered a new engagement One dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, high price and how immense the revolution which fur the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for breaks down tho barrier between the people and , each subsequent insertion. 1 that which tends to satisfy their intellectual wants. For one square twelve months, twenty dollars. Works which have heretofore cost from $3 to $5, Where the insertion of an advertisement is or- and could only be obtained...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 February 1843

31 THE TIMES. Fot Prrsldent HEN RY CLAY, of Kentucky. FAYETTE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1843. Jefferson City, Feb. 8, 1843. Friend Green: The deed is done! The fi:it has gone forth ! 1 Missouri lias taken her stand with the Nullifiers ! ! ! What has caused so sudden a change to enrno over the spirit of some of the mem bers of the House of Representatives, is a mystery to me as well as to a great many others with whom I have conversed. Mr. Edwards of Ray, made an able and power ful speech yesterday afternoon in favor of Districting the State. Ho bore hard upon fome of the Locofoco members whom he believed to have been BOUGHT UP. Ile wished to know the price of a Demo crat. He seemed to have no doubt but considerable money had been expended in the purchase of Democrats to go against the District System. I think lie is more than half right; for what else could have caused so many, who, nt the commencement of the session were known to be the advo. catesof Districting, to take such a decid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 February 1843

BY THURSDAY'S MAIL ftJ"Wo have again to appear before our readers with the "doleful cry" of mail failures, which we are sure causes as much regret to us as them. Our news is late but not very important from Jefferson. From the East, nothing has come to hand since our lust that would pay for the room it would occupy in our columns. The Ex chequer, Gen. Jackson's fine, the repeal of the Bankrupt Law, and the Oregon bill, are still before Congress. The weather for some time past has been very severe. No changes worthy of note in the markets. Jefferson City, ) Monday Night, Feb. 13, 1843. " DOINGS " AT THE CAPITOL. War I IVarll Almost a duel not quitf Resolution passed to accept the 500,000 acres of Land The Trial. Friend Green : There was rather a bad feeling between Mr. Hudson, of St. Louis, and Dr. Scott, growing out of the debate which took place on the district question, on Monday the 6th inst.. the par ticulars of which I wrote last week. A note was addressed to Dr. Scott by Mr. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 February 1843

IT ..jjwiijauri ROUT T. TREWITT, " Attorney at Law, WILL practice in this and tho neighboring counties. tn will punctually and diligently attend to any business confided to Ins caro. ' OuVe that formerly occupied by Wilson Si Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, 194'2.-44-tf. JAM EN 11. BIRCH, (tUnrftey at Law,) PLATTSBURUH, MISSOURI, rlLL attend all the Courts in Clinton, and ? f Circuit Courts n the Platte Country, Oct. 10. generally. Bulletin copy thrc limes weekly. C. P. BROWN, Attorney at Lnw, WILL practice in the counties of riette.Bue hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Cloy. Residence PLATTE CITY. April 3, 1841-3. Ii A W . OT1CE. JOHN U. CLARK &. A. J. HERN DON, Eayctte, Missouri, WILL hrtrmftcr practice law jointly; business eir rusted to one wul receive the attention ot botn. A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in liankruplcy. C-Office, north-oast corner of the public square heretofore occupiuJ by John B Clark, wnnre one or both may gonerally be fuund. Fayette. Ma...

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