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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 February 1843

BO O N ICK rrn ME " ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT J7V' Jeffebsok. Vol. 3. FAYETTE, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEDRUARY 23, 1843. No. 50. g awPlMssssys.as.l?a '! THE DOOM'S LICK TIDIES. JAMES K. BENSON & CLARK H. GREEN, Editors & Proprietors. TERMS. Pabltshed every Saturday, at $3 in advance, o $4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinued but at the ontion of the editors until all arrearaged are paid and a failure to give notice (before the end or toe year; oi a wim m unanuuu. .m emsidered a new engagement. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. fw. dollar oer sauare. of twelve lines or less, Ibr the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each subsequent insertion MR. JACKSON'S BILL. "An Act to prevent illegal banking, and to sap prtss the circulation of small nous, and ether dspre sistt d psper currency within the limits of this State." 1. From and after the first day of July, in the year 1143, no corporation, corporate body, or body politic within th...

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. — 25 February 1843

gal fulfilment, and hold them for twenty five yean from their date. Your committe, therefore, have arrived at the conclusion, that the claim set up by the bank i illegal, and that the State is un der no obligation to make such payment, till the time fixed by Inw therefor has expi red. But while the committee entertain the o pinion that the Bank has no legal right to demand immediate payment ot the afore said sums advanced, to build the Capitol and for purposes of internal improvement, good faith and governmental punctuality, require that tne interest wnicnine canmiua advanced on the State debt, and the inter est which may be due on bonds made by the State, should be scrupulously paid as the same become due, and that is a high du ty of the Legislature to provide means to defray such indebtedness. Sines there is no legil obligation resting on the State, to make immediate payment of the sums named, il is apparent that 11 cannot be expedient to make such payment now, unless it would pro...

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. — 25 February 1843

THE BALL. Tho 22d was fortunately a very fair day over head, one that reminded us of the "angels visits," so often mentioned; fair days this winter having been most em phatically "few and far between." Though fine above, the mud was awfully deep be low, which however, did not prevent the largest assembly we have witnessed here for many months, many of our friends coming from as far as Boonville, Roche port and Glasgow. The arrangements gave general satisfac tion; the supper was superb; the ladies in high spirits; the gentlemen not unusually depressed, and the "fantastic toes," both light and heavy, were kept in constant mo tion until the small hours. DC7By reference to the letter of our Jefferson correspondent it will be seen the trial of Judge Leland is through with. We see several persons were absent, and t0 be for barrels, and for the French market, kegs some excused from voting on the Leland being rather neglected, as there is little or no He ... , ij. . i mand at the moment for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 February 1843

ROB'T T. PREWITT, At torncy at Law, WILL practice in this and the neighboring counties, and will punctually and diligently attend to any business confided to bis care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, 1942,-44-tf. JAMESII. BIRCH, (Attorney at Law,) PHTTSBUEUII, MlSSOCM, WILL attend all the Court in Clinton, and Circuit Courts in the Dalle Country, generally. Oct. 18. Bulletin copy three times weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney at Law, WILL practice in the counties of Platte, Bus banan, Andrew, Holt, Cliotonand Clay. Residence PLATTE CITY. April 3, 1841-3. LAW NOTICE. JOHN B. CLARK Si A. J. IIERNDON, Eaycttc, Missouri, WILL hereafter practico law jointly; business entrusted to one will receive the attention of both. A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to eases in uankruptcy. 7- Office, north-east corner of the square, heretofore occupied by John B. public Clark, where one or both may generally be tound. Fayette, May 21, 1842. 10 tf II. V. Wh...

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

ICK rm 'ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferso. Vol. 3. FAYETTE, MISSOURI, NiTUKDAV, MAICCH I, 1843. io. .11. BOON'S M THE 1100.V3 LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON Si CLARK H. GREEN, i Editors St Proprietor. T E R JI S . Published every Saturday, at ft3 in advance, o $4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinued : -M .7.7. t . . 'J?? are Dld end a fai ore to uive notice rhefore tin . . I .;. i ... end of the year) of a wish to li-continue will be considered a new engagement. D iitj rE muciJTicivn On dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, ior me nrst insertion, ana niiy cents a square t j each subsequent insertion For one-square twelve months, twenty dollar. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertion being spe cified, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingiy. Alt advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be ac...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 March 1843

ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. Th steamer Caledonia arrived at Boston at leveo o'clock on the 25th ult. She left Liverpool on the -th ult., and hat been de layed by head winds and heavy seas. Al ter she had been to sea sixteen days, she had only mide about half the voyage. She encountered very severe weather at sea, and even in the channel the gale was so fu rious that Captain Lott was unable to land his pilot, and he consequently brought him to Boston. The Caledonia brought $516, 237 in specie. Parliament u summoned to meet on the second day of February. Sir Robert Peel, it it expected, will introduce a salutary and wholesale alteration of the restrictions by which trad is fettered. With characteris tic caution, he has carefully abstained from divulging a hint of his purpose or his plans. The opening of the session is most anxious ly awaited. Business had greatly improv ed. There can be no doubt, from the general tone of the British pres-, that the success ol the British arms in China a...

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

CONGRESS. On th 19th iost., nothing of moment transpired in the Senate. Mr. McDuffio addressed the Senate at considerable length in faror of his resolutions. In the House, the resolutions establishing agencies for the purchase of water-rotted hemp, were taken up and passed. The resolution calling upon the Secre tary of the Treasury for the reasons for the removal of Jonathan Roberts, was taken np and passed. The Army appropriation bill was under discussion in Committee of the Whole, and several amendments agreed to. The following was under consideration when the Committee rose: "For the continuation of the improve ments on the Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio, and Arkansas rivers, for the half calendar year $50,000, and for the fiscal year 100,000." The following message from the Presi dent was received and read, and followed by a dissultory and personal debate be tween Messrs. Wise and Fillmore, upon a motion by the latter to refer it to the Committee of Ways and Means: Washington, Feb....

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 March 1843

ROB'T T. I'REWITT, At torney at Law, WILL practice in this and the neighboring counties, and will punctually and diligently attend to any business confided to his care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, F&yette, Mo. Jan. 15, 1942. 44 tf. JAMES II. BIRCH, Attorney at Law,) Plattsburuh, Missouri, "T"rTjLL attend all the Court tn Clinton, and VV Circuit Courts iu the flatte Country, generally. Bulletin copy three times weekly. Oct. 10. C. P. BROWN, Attorney at Law, WILL practice in the counties of Platte, Boe hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Residence PLATTE CITY. April 3. 1641-3. Ii A V i OT1CE. JOHN B. CLARK & A. J. HERNDON, hlayelte, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business entrusted to one will receive the attention of boih. A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in Bankruptcy. fj Office, norih-east corner of the public square, heretofore occupied by John B Clark, where one or both mav eeuefnlly be found. Fayette. May 21,...

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

L'C K T ME "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS. WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." JurriBaow. Vol. 3. FAYETTE, ITIISSOtlU, SATIJKDAY, MARCH 11, 1843. IV'o. 52. B Q ON THE DOO.V9, -L'ICK TIMES. JAMIS R. BENSON Sl CLARK H. GREEN, . , Editor ti Proprietor. TERMS. Published ever Saturday, at $3 in advance, or (4 at the end of the year. No paper discontinued but at the option of the editors until all arrearaged are paid and a failure to give notice (before the end of tb 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. For one square twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, withoutthe number of insertions being spo eified, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. ' ' All advertisements from strangers, as well as all or...

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

THE TIMES. F or President ' HENRY CLAY, of Kentucky. 1 F AYETTlil SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1843. DC7Thi number closes ihe third vol tj.mb op thi "Times." It is a custom of ancient date with ed itors, at the close of a volume, to write a column or two, reviewing the past and making promises for the future. This time-honored custom we waive. What we have done, our readers all know. What wo have not done, we had good reasons for not doing. Now for what we intend to do: We intend to continue tho publication of the "Times," and hope to receive suffi cient encouragement to make our "yoke easy and burdens light;" but should we be disappointed in this hope, we shall contin ue its publication anyhow just for our own amusement. TIME TO STOR We have a number of subscribers in and out of the State, to whom we have been sending the "Times" three years, and have not, as yet, received one cent in pay ment. We supposed them to be honorable men have regularly sent them their pa pers three years believing...

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

TftOCBtB AMOKO TUB Mll.LEniTllS.ThO BottoD Post iayt that the work upon the temple - ha ceased I Brother Hines ha returned from hit tour, and declares he will never preach in such a building thai it isn'l good enough! The contractor is out of funds; and the world burners are about eouallv divided on the points of mm completing or abandoning the great work. The leading men now intimate that the end of all things may not take place quite as toon as they have predicted, while their followers say that the conflagration was positively promised at' a certain period, and they hold the prophets to the fulfilment of their prophecies. Amid these conflicts we should not be astonished if the world should last no longer than the temple. Fire. A destructive fire occurred on the 25th ult., in Cincinnati. The fire broke out in a pork establishment. Six or eight persons were killed, and some fifteen wounded. DQWe have received the March num. ber of the "Lady's World," edited by Mrs Ann S. Stevens, o...

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

ROB'T T. TREWITT, At tor ne y at Law, 1X71LL practice in this and the neighboring T counties, and will punctually and diligently attend to any business confided to his care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, 1842. 44 tf. JAMES II. MUCH, Attorney at Law,) Plattsburoh, Missouri, TTTILI. attend all the Courts in Cliuton.snd W Circuit Courts in the Tlalte Country, generally. Oct. lt. Bulletin copy three limes weekly. c. r. BROWN, Attorney at Law, X T71LL practice in the counties of Platte, Bus V V hantin, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Residence-PLATTE CITY. (April 3, 1841-3. Ii A V NOTICE. JOHN B. CLARK & A. J. HERNDON, Eayelte, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business entrusted to one will receive the attention ot ootn. A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in Bankruptcy. (r Office, north-east corner of the public gouare. heretofore occuoieJ bv John B Clark, where one or both may generally be found. Fayette. Ma...

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

.the noo.vs lick times. James r;bensoi a, clark it', green, Editors & Proprietor!. ' "f - t ei ' .; . : -. .- v"' " Tun ns.! " ' Published evsry Saturday, at 3 in advance, or (t at the end of the year. No paper discontinued out at we option or the editor until all arrearage! are paid and failure to give notice (before the end of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be considered a new engagement. ', ..'; RATES OF ADVERTISING. . One dollar per squire, of twelve lines or less, r the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for vacn suusequeni insertion. , . . r For one squire twelve months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an iHvnnispment I or tiered, without the number of Insertion beinir an. Med, It will be Inserted, (at the discretion of the praorieiors) until forbid, and charged for accord In, ly. - - V .' All advertisements from strangers, as well as an oraers lor joo-worK, must be accompanied with tbe cash, or a reference to some responsible and AUTHORIZED AGENTS. ...

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

reputation of the fe;il Deberiiin; hut I thii.k 1 have narrated -n, I thnl can I i.l inttet. npn h ch I be'iev is strictly correct, Ni' exertion, on my pari, has been spared tt . ferret nut the whole) nlTnirj and where inch universal excitement existent don both m this i:il, where the parties nil belong, ns in Camden, whose shore was the scene of the unfortunate event, it it impossible to derive a more authentic statement. The verdict of the coroner's jury has not yet been made public. It lius been said that the above occurrence was one of 'awful retribution.' and ihnl tt is such, all who know the parties will rendi ly admit. Heberton has been proclaimed the seducer of a vounc and virtuous gnl blasting her fair fame, and destroying the ' peace and happiness of a hitherto respecta hie family. This, true though it be, did not instil v tfte shedding of his blood. But the whole affair is one of 'awful retribution' throughout. Tne period has not been long since the very oflenco for which...

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

ARISTOCRACY OP DEMOCRACY.1 Bsrjamm Davis, aliat, Bexjamii Davies. Can the Rev. Editor of the Sentinel etplaiA' ho it is that the letter E wa nete Introduced in his name until after it pjwared in that paper as editor? Was this alteration made from his being asham td of the honorable mechanical profession of his father, who was a tailor and he himself being apprenticed to the trade? Has he ever denied his occupation? Or does he wish to create the impression that he is connected with the highly respectable family who spell their names with an E?- Satisfactory explanations are requested. ID" W observed, on Friday night last, a sin. gulsr phenomenon in the sky, tesembling in shape tht eiiart of a circle and in color a little less brilliant than the moon. Various con jectures as to the cause of its appearance have been put forth by our coteinporaries, none of Which appear to us very probable. We surmise that some comet, going on a visit from the South to the East, cams within the influenc...

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

ROB'T T. PREWITT, Al iorncf at Law, WILL practice in this and the petghborlnf counties, and will pnnetoslly and diligently tfend to any business confided to hi care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson Sl Mor tow. Fayette, Mo. 1 , Jan. 15. 1942 -44-tf. JAMES 11. BI11C 11, Attorney at to,) PlaTTsburvH, MwoVRl, TTTILL attend all the Court tn Clinton. and VV Circuit Courts id the flatte Country, generally. Oct. 1. Bulletin copy three li tries weekly. ,c. r. BROWN, Attorney at Lav, WILL practice in the eountiee of Platte, Bue hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Re.idenct PLATTE CITY. (April. 1841-3. It X XV NOTICE. JOHN B. CLARK 4. A. J. HERN DON, Eayttte, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly, business atrusted to one will receive tbe attention ot ooin. A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in bankruptcy. (ttr Office, north-east corner of the public square, heretofore occupied by John B where one or both may generally be found. Fsyette. May 21, 184210 if Clar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 March 1843

THE ISOO.VS LICK TIMES. JAMES It. BENSON it CLARK II. GREEN, Editor Si Proprietor. T E II 91 S . rubli-h'J every Saturday, fit $3 in advance, or flat the end of the year. No paper discontinued liut at the option of the editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice (beforo the rnj 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 ach 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 preorietors) until forbid, and charged for accord ingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as II orders for job-work, must be accompanied with she cash, or a reference to some responsible and Movement acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A. R. Oldham, Middle Grove, Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 March 1843

STEAM-BOAT INTELLIGENCE. LATEST vcJ?n- NEWS. Glasgow, March 18th, 1813. Messrs. Benson & Grkkn: Agreeably to your request, I hasten to inform you of the perilous condition of the Steamboat Giles. After being out about eight hours, she arrived here late on Tuesday evening and rounded to at the "Pavilion." Sho has been desirous of establishing herself as an accommodating packet between ourtownss but having heard we were about to en courage a packet on our own hook, she hastened to this port and declared herself ready to serve us on such terms as we might prescribe. Our citizens not being disposed to disregard her ofTer entirely, appointed a committee to examine her con dition and if she was considered seaworthy, sho might enter immediately upon the trade, on condition that she would make this her head quarters. But unfortunately for the Giles, she wishing to make a dis play of her capacity to perform her trips regularly and well, she rounded out early the next morning and steered ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 March 1843

' MILLERISM. I The excitement raised by the fanatic Miller appears to be on the increase in the East, and is spreading in some measure in all directions, We have received a document contain ing his doctrines w ith the arguments and calculations he has used, accompanied by a refutation which would satisfy any rea sonable and thinking mind. The reply to Miller's theory was written by; the Rev'd Mr.Dowling, a Baptist Clergy man of Providence, and selected from a number of the most perfect articles on the subject, on account of its being the most plain and explicit. Miller's theory is based entirely on the vision of the seventy weeks and of the it . I . 1 I . . t mi iwv uiuusana mree n una rea aays. 1 ms is the key to all his other dates: from the strange supposition that there arc two prophetic periods which begin at one and the tame date, he fixes upon the year 1843 as the end of the world. Having fixed this date to suit himself, it became very easy so to work out the problem bv simnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 March 1843

ROB'T T. PRE WITT,' At torney a( Law, WILL practice in this and the neighboring counties, and will punctually and diligently tteod to any buainess confided to his care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, 134244 tf. JAMES 11. B 1 it C 11, (Attorney at Lav,) Phttsburuii, MiMonni, TT7TLL attend all the Cuurts In Clinton, and W Circuit Cuurts in the Platte Country, generally. Uct. 10. Bulletin copy three times weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney at Law, T TILL practice in the counties of Platte, Bus- w V hanan, Andrew, Holt, Cliotonand Ulay. Residence PLATTE CITY. April 3, 1841-3. I A W NOTICIi. JOHN B. CLARK & A. J. HERNDON, Layette, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business entrusted to one will receive the attention oi ootn A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in bankruptcy. fy- Office, north-east corner of the public square, heretofore occupied by John B Clark, where one or both may generally bo found. Fayette, May 21...

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