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

TUB HOOIV'8 LICK TIMES. JAMS It. BENSON fc CLARK H. GREKN, Kditors & Proprietors. . TERMS. Nshshed erer? Saturday, at $3 in advance, or 4 it tht end of the veer. Mo piper discontinued bat tt the option of the tditou until ill arrearages re paid and a failure to give notice (before the eo or tbe year) or a wian to discontinue will be eenaidered a new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oat dollar per square, of twelve linee or lest, for the ftrat insertion, and fifty cent a sauare for oh aussequeni iniertion. For one qnare twelve months, twenty dollari. Where the insertion of an advertisement ia or Iered, without the number of insertione beina? toe eioed, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors; until rerbid, and charged for accord flilv. All advertisements from stringers, aa well aa . an orders tor job-work, must be accompanied witb th eaah, or a reference to soma responsible and eeavenient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A. K. Oldham, Middle Grove, Monroe eo. ...

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. — 1 April 1843

THE TIMES. P or President-- -nC.MtY CLY,of Kentucky. PAYETTE! SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1843. THE CLIQUE." At the beginning of the late session of the Legislature, and for sometime previous to that time, when the charge was made that there was a "clique," or set of men in the centre, who took upon themselves the responsibility of "shuffling cutting and dealing," the cards politically speaking for the State, the Democrat of this place, attempted to ridicule the charge, and re marked that such an idea existed but in the "noddles of tho wildings of the Times," and went so far as to say that if Mr. Hud son, and others, who were in the habit of talking about the clique," could but know to whom they were indebted for this "fancy of the brain," they would be ashamed of themselves, and never mention the subject again. We admonished the cabal who were in the habit of speaking through the columns of the Democrat, that ere long they would hear the "clique" denounced from other quarters than through t...

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. — 1 April 1843

Correspondence of the St. Louia New Ert. NEW ORLEANS MARKET. March 18th. 1843 The market for produce hat been quite active earing me pan week, aaiea being confined mostly for plantation ordera. When the general spring busmes epens, we shall hare a fine trade. Pork haa an upward tendencjr. I quote Mess Pork, g7 a 7 2; Prime do. $8 a 6 26 very scarce. M. O. do. 89 26 a 6 60, do. do. inferior qualities, in the same proportion; Lard, 5 a 6J, in demand; Beef, Mess, S; Prime, g5a S 25; Flour, U a 3t, Corn. 27 a 28; Oats, 20 a 21; Whiskey 16 a 17; Tobacco, X', ,pd, 3J; F's, 4; Lead, 2 87 J a 2 80. Bacon Hams, 4, a o$; Sides, 9 a SJJ; Shoulders, 2 a 2 J AMENDMENTS, Proposed by the Twelfth Session of the General Assembly, to the Constitution of the State of Missouri. Resolved, by the General Assembly of ike State of w i j I i r i . , , missovn, mu-iairuj aj eacn noun concurring therein, trust ine jouomng amendmenli be propostd to the Constitution of this State, to wit: 1. Thst eo much of the...

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. — 1 April 1843

ROB'T T. PRE WITT, At tornejr at Lav, WILL practice in this and the neighboring countiet, and will punctually and diligently attend to any business confided to his cars. Ollict that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor raw, Fayetta, Mo. Jan. 15, H43.-44 tf. JAMES II. BIRCH, Altnrnfy at La, pLATTSSOROH, MlMOQRI, f "sTTlLL attend all the Courte in Clinton, and IV Creoit Courts in tie riatte Countryt generally. Uct. IV. Bulletin copy three times weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney at Law, "ILL practice in tlie counties of FlatM.Bue- T T hanan, Andrew, Holt, uuoton ana way. Reiidence-PLATTE CITY. April 3, 1841-3. LAW NOTICE. JOIIX B. CLARK & A. J. HERNDON, Eayette, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly! business entrusted to one will receive the attention oi now. A. J. HERNDON will give prompt attention to cases in Bankruptcy. 05-Office, north-east corner of the public aouare. heretofore occupied by Johu B Clark, where one or both may generally be found. Fayette, May 21, 1842. 10 ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 8 April 1843

. tine nook's lick tidies. JaUM ft. BENSOIf fc CLARK H. GREEN, Editor Si Proprietor. ' TERMS. Fablished every Saturday, at $3 in adranca, o" se at ins ana or the tear. Wo paper discontinued but at tha option of the editon until all arrearage ara paid and a failure to give notice (before the no or ioe year; or e wian to discontinue will be eensidered a new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twolve line or lest, far the first insertion, and fifty eenta a square for ncn suusvquciu insertion. , ' For one tquare twelre month, twenty dollar. Where the insertion of an adrertisement ia or dered, without the number of insertion being epe eified, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the treprictora) entil ferbid, and charged for accord ingly. f , All advertisements from strangers, aa well as all order for job-work, must be accompanied with else cash, or a reference to aome responsible and ejeareaient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A. X. Oldham, Middle Grove, M...

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. — 8 April 1843

creit'kod distinguishing incident! of the Jackson em, and that to which we are dis poned mainly to ascribe the- long train of evils and disasters to which the country has since been exposal. On the ruin of that one, roso several hundreds of similar insti tution; to replae its 35 millions, upwards of S00 millions of banking capital was legis lated into existence; to compensate the withdrawal of its 10 or 12 millions of circulation, more than 100 millions of pa per, issued by new banks, flooded the coun try. The great organ of the new empire cal school, the Globe, exulted that the Stales would now furnish their own cur rency. President Jackson, too, with a rhroton-like folly, applied the lash to steeds impatient of restraint, and already threat ening to involve cvery'thing in ruin urg ing and stimulating the banks to those fatal over-issues whence have sprung all our calamities. Still, for a time, the great ex periment seemed about to verify the vaunts with which it was introduced. To...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 8 April 1843

never hava known but that we had strayed into Parion Glapp's Church again, for most ot his members were there, hadn't we been roused by an eulogy on Ilenrv Clay by one of the speakers. As we had but little interest in the election, we left for the St. Charles Theatre, where we were well entertained for awhile; but my friend had procured tickets for both of the balls, and as the evening began to wear apace, we concluded to go to see Conti street ball first. . My dancing days are past, but I still liko to see it going on; and I more than ever enjoy the sight of the beau tiful forms and faces that flit around the room like fairies. The Creoles of Loui siana are certainly very pretty, and there is a natural grace and elegance in their movements. After spending' some time here, we concluded to finish the day by going to the "Quadroon Ball." In our city we should be a little shy how we visited such places; but here it is considered a very fashionable resort, and, I must say, a place where...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 8 April 1843

ROBT T. rREWITT, At torney at Law, WILL practice in this end the neighboring counties, tnd will punctually and diligently wMii ta an business confided to his care. I The Office that formerly occupiod by Wilson & Mor- raw, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15. l42.-44-tf. JAMES II. MUCH, (Attornty at Lav,) rLiTliBOSuu, Missouri, tiriLL attend all the Courte in Clinton, and VV Cirenit Ceorts in the Flstte Country, generally. Oct. is. Bulletin copy three times weekly. c. r. BROWN, A ttorney at Law, WILL practice in the counties of riatte.Bue hanan. Andre, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Beiidence-PLATTE CITY. April 3, 1841-3 Id A W X OTIC 12. JOHN B. CLARK Si A. J. Layette, Missouri, HERNDON, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business entrusted to one will receive the attention ol Dotn. A. J. HERNDON will giva prompt attention to cases id Bankruptcy. ftr Office, north-east corner of the public aauare. heretofore occupied by John B. Clark, where one or both may generally be found. Fayette, May 21, 1843....

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 15 April 1843

THE IIOO.VS LICK TIMES. JAMES R. BENSON & CLARK H. GREKN, Editor & Proprietor. Fublithed every Saturday, t (3 in advance, or $4 it tha nd of tlie year. No paper discontinued but t the option of the editor. until all arrearuges are paid and a failure to give notice (before the nd of the year) of a winli to licuntinue will be considered new engagenent. ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twelve lines or lets, 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, without the number of insertions being spo tified, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the proprietors) until ferbid, and charged for accord tnglv. 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 convenient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A. X. Oldham, Middle Grove, Monroe eo. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 15 April 1843

furnished, without the destruction of the State Banks. Upon the olhor hand the Democratic par ty avow and maintain the doctrines, that the Federal Government has no other pow er over the currency, than that which is in volved in those to coin, gold and silver, and to regulate their value, and to provide lor the collodion ot its revenue in that me dium; and that the people expect too much of their Government, whan they demand any further effort to accomplish the high duly of giving a sound and uniform cur rency to the country. To Mr. Van Buren and his party, tho credit, if it be a credit, of discovering ihcse new political princi ples, is due. They were announced at a late period of his administration, under memorable circumstances. It was when th successive experiments of the "Pet Binks" and the "Sub Treasury" had, to the fulfilment of Whig prophecies, failed to furnish and to regulate the national curren cy, ns was so confidently promised by their originators, and as confidently be...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 15 April 1843

tellf 1 FEGULAR WEEKLY PACKET For Glasgow and Chariton. The Steamboat IATAN, N. J. Eaton, matter, will run a regularly once a week, to Ulasgow ana Chariton, during tlie next year in the same manner she ha done for the last two years. She will leave St. Louis every Saturday afternoon at six o'clock, and Glasgow every Tuesday at 12 o'clock M. For freight or passage, apply on board or tn KENNETT, WHITE & Co LVc.M, 1842. 43-tf AMENDMENTS, Proposed by the Twelfth Session of the Gcnoral Assembly, to the Constitution of the State ol Missouri. Resolve i, by Hit General Assembly of the Slate of Missouri, tKo-thirds of each House concurring therein, that the following amendmenti be proposed to the Constitution of this State, to wit: 1 1. That ao much of the thirteenth section of 'the fifth article, of the constitution of the State of Missouri, as requires that each of the Judges ol the Supreme Court, and each of the Judges of the Circuit Coui's of this State, shall hold his office during ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 15 April 1843

EOB'T T. PBEWITT, . At torney at Lav, WILL practice ia this and the neighboring counties, and will punctually and diligently a Wand to any business confided to his care. Office that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor row, Fayette, Mo. Jan. 15, l?43.-4t-tf. JAMES II. BI11C1I, Attorney at Law,) PLATTSBORGII, MlMOCM, WILL attend all the Courts tn Clinton, and Circuit Courts in the Piatt Country, IBfrally. Oct. li. Bulletin copy three times weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney n t Law, WILL practice in the counties i.f rialicHu. hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clintonand ("ay. ReiidencePLATTE CITY. Aprils, 1941-3. L A V O T 1 li'. JOHN B. CLARK &. A. J. HERN DON, Layette, Missouri, WILL hereafter uac'ice law jointly; business intrusted to one will receive the attention of both. A. J. HERNDOM will five prompt attention to cases in Uanhruptcy. 07" Office, north-east corner of lie public square, heretofore occupied by John B Clark, whore one or both may generally be found. Fayette, May 21, 18 12. 10 t...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 22 April 1843

THE IIOOVS .LICK TfflGS, JAMES R. BENSON & CLARE H. GREIK, Editors & Proprietors. r nuns. Ptibhsltsi every Saturday, at $3 in tdrtncc, or $4 et tht and of the year. No paper discontinued but at tlia option of the editors until all arrearages ra paid and a failure to give notice (before the end of the year) of a wish to discontinue will be ennsidered a new engifement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square, of twnlva lines or lm. far the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for son uostqucni insertion. For ona square twoWe months, twenty dollars. Where the insertion of an advertisement ia or dared, without the number of insertions beinir sue- tided, it will be inserted, (at tht discretion of the proprietors) until rerbid, and charged for accord ingly. All adrertiiemenls from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with the eash, or a reference to some responsible and sanvenient acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A. R. Oldham, Middle Grove, M...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 22 April 1843

THE TIMES. F or President II i:UY (!LAY,of Kentucky. P A Y 13 T T F. i SATURDAY, ATRIL 22, 1813. Mi I , lONn Eastern mail since our last. nGrThc river is higher than it has ever been known to be at this time of the year. MR. TYLER IN THE FIELD. ! The Madisnnian runs up the name of President Tyler for re-election to the Trcs idency. "Their flag," thus flung to the breeze, ' is consecrated," says that paper, "in the cause of Republicanism of sixty year's standing, shall remain flying at the head of the columns through storm and sunshine in the onslaught and to the res cue in the attack and in the defence, un til the thunders of the battle shall have passed away and the victory of '15 shall win the safety and peace of the People and the Republic." That paper further says, "we beg leave distinctly to say that the President, so far from desiring a third party, expects in six months that his administration will be sus tained by three-fourths of the Democratic party in the country. The Adm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 22 April 1843

To the Editors of the Louisville Journal. Jackson, March 27th, 1843. Gents. Permit me to givo you the news from the Capitol of this State. Some five or six months ago, Gov. Tucker gave R. f. Graves, the Treasurer of tho State, the power of drawing 810,000 on the Treasu rer of the United States at Washington, to defray the expenses of the State Gov ernment, such as salaries of State officers, postage, etc. Graves went to Washington, and, instead of drawing the 610,000, he drew upwards of H4,000 of the 2 and 3 per cent funds belonging to tho State of Mississippi. At his return, and before he reached Jackson, ho bought a plantation in Choctaw county, near his father-in-law, for which he gave 8 or 69,000. Ho paid 81,000 in cash. It is said that the honor- rablc Locofoco Treasurer received at Wash ington all in Treasury United States bills, and that he spent $ 10,000 before he reached Jackson. As soon as tho State printer, Geo. S. Fall, cx-organ of Ilepudiators, had wind of it, he Went t...

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. — 22 April 1843

UOBT T. PREWITT, At toritey at Law, WILL practice in this and the neighboring counties, and will punctually aod diligently attend to any business confided to Ins care. Office rhat formerly occupied by Wilson St. Mor row, Fayttts, Mo. Jan. 15, l43,-44-tf. JAMES II. I! IRC II, Attorney el La,) ruTTasCBHM, MtnorjRI, 1 TTir.f, attend all the Conrta In Clinton, and V Circuit Courta in the I'latte Country, (erally. Oct. 1. Bulletin copy three limos weekly. C. T. B ttOWN, Attorney at Law, WILL practice in the counties uf Platte, Bue hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. Ruidnce PLATTE CITV. April'J, 1941-3. T. A O T I C K . JOHN B. CLARK &. A. J. HERNDDN, Etyr.nt, Missouri, WILL hereafter practice law jointly; business ert'rustcd to one will receive the attention of both. A. J. HERNlKJN will give prompt attention to cases in Bankruptcy. (Wr Office, north-east corner of the public square, heretofore occupies oy Jonn d- nam, where ona or both may eencrally bo found. Fayette, May 21, 184...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 29 April 1843

THE HOO.V LICK TI.TIES. JAMJU E. BSHSON Si CLARK R. ORIIJI, Xditors k. Proprietors. TER.HS. TeMished every Saturday, at 3 in advance, o at tha and of tha .. V - j: i ' Wit at the option of tha editoae until all arrearages r j n fci'urt to give notice (before the wmm ui m jmmij VI a Wlin to UlSCOMintlt Will be easidered new engagement. RATES OF ADVERTISING. nt dollar per square, of twelve lines or less, Vr tfee first insertion, nd fifty cents t sauaro for ash subsequent insertion. For one square twelve months, twenty dollars. '..Where the insertion of en sdvertisement is or fared, without the number ofinsertiuns being ape eilad, it will be inserted, (at the discretion of the rewietors) until ferbid, and charged for accord ' . .. AU advsrtiseinente frcm strangers, es well as til orders for job-work, must be accompanied with ie essh, or a reference to some responsible sod "avenisnt acquaintance. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A. R. Oldham, Middle Grove, Monroe eo. J amis Hcobis, Richmond, Ray co. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 29 April 1843

zrzr' - THE TIMES, For President HE.MIV CLAY, or Km tuck. FAYETTE: SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1843. IO"Tiib Bankrupt Law. A gentle man direct from St. Louis, by steam boat. in advance of the mail, informs us that Judge Catron had delivered his opinion, reversing the decision of Judge Wells, and sustaining the constitutionality of the law, as passed by Congress. Much time and money would have been saved to an unfortunate class of citizens in this State, if Judge Wells had delivered an honest opinion in the outset, and not been afflicted with the idea of a seat in. the Senate of the United States. Fortunately, he has been disappointed all round. DC7Eleven newspaper mails, east of St. Louis are now due at this place. The tri weekly Missouri Reporter has failed four mails, and the last mail brought us the New Era of the 17th, and the Gazette of the 1 5th. The other St. Louis papers have ar rived regularly, in good order and in good time. Such conduct on the part of con tractors is insufferable...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 29 April 1843

I- I i (j New Goods, l But no Excitement. RH. LAW, respectfully inform hit old friend and customers, that b bat juit re ieeived and i now opening, a complete atsortment Utt SEASONABLE GOODS, consisting of Cloths and Caasimertt, - - Summer Cloths, Domestic, Sugar and Coffee, Freh Teas, CoUon Yarn, Kentucky and Ohio Jeans, Ginghams, Lawns and Muslins, Cravats and Stocks, Hats of different kinds, Lsdies and Genta Glove, Dye Stuffs, Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery. And in short every article the wants of the tf"untr? require. He will say nothing about the ff.ry low price at which he will dispose of his smck, but would just ssy to those in want of uooat to call and get them. l tie highest price will be given lor the lollow ing articles in exchange for goods: Tobacco, Flaxseed, Beeswax, Tow and Flax Linen. Fayette, April 29th, 1843. 7 tf New Goods, The subscriber has just re ceived an additional supply ef SEASONABLE GOODS, consit ing of Coffee, Sugar, Spun Cot ton, Brown Domestics, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 29 April 1843

ROB'T -.T.. PRE WITT, . AC tor ne y n t La w , VTTILL practice in this tad the neighboring Vt counties, and willpunctuallyanddiligeritls ettead t any business confided to hit etre. Office that formerly occupied by Wilion & Mer- utm, Fay ette, Me. Jin. 18, 184a44-tf. J AMES II. fllKCIl, (AUerrny at ,,) PLATTSBURbl, MtSSPSBI, VV'S ILL tt all th Cunrto I Cliaion.aati ircnit Ceort ia tk Pltttt Coantry, saasra.ly. uet. if. Bulletin copy inrtt tine weekly. C. P.BROWN, Attorney t Law, WILL practice in the cooniiei of Platte, Bu hanan, Andrew, Holt, Clinton and Clay. ReaideneePLATTE CITY. April a, 1841-3. LAW NOTICE. JOHN B. CLARK A. A. J. HERN20N, Hay ette, Missouri, j WILT. herif;r praetic law jointly; businrs entrusted to one will receive the attention of both. A. J. HERXDON will give prompt attention te eases in Bankruptcy. fr7 Office, north-east corner of tl.e public square, heretofore occupied by John B. Clark, wnere one er both may generally be found. Fsyette, May 21, 1842. 10 tf...

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