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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 December 1841

I -"I lie ffiafticaL 5 f The Union of the States and the Statu of the Union. OLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1841. NUMBER 6. 1 7 THE RADICAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 11,1841. V?"-? Utii.itaria.ic Sheepish. We h-e often been astonished at the snails pace, in rhich our farmers accumulate wealth. No peopli can boast of a richer soil, or of a climate better idapted to all the productions of our Latitude. ; We have too, an industrious and economical papulation ; but notwithstanding all these advantages we make slow progress to wealth and independence. The article which we publish undei the agricul tural head, on the fourth page, accounts for this i& g?&iJ jkgnx. 7ft lUve remarked that few of our farmers who devote their attention to the raising of corn, wheat, pork and beef, make more than a bare sustenance for their families. A very satisfactory reason is given for this in the ' article referred to. A number of our farmers have already aban , doned all of these pr...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 December 1841

From the Jefferson Enquirer, The Plot Thickens! We noticed a short time since the intima tion of the New Era, that the whigs would present no congressional ticket at the ap proaching election; and wo suggested then, that this course was doubtless induced by the desire, to form a coalition with disaffec ted and treaclicrovs Democrats. v Since then a less scrupulous press, the organ of a band of old Federalists about Fayette, The Boonslick Times; has openly declared its purpose of transfeiing the whole Whig vote of the Sate, "thirty thousand;" to such democrats as can he induced to op pose the nominees of the Democratic Con vention!! The old policy of the Boonslick Federalists, divide and conquer is to be re sorted to, and a portion of the professing Democrats are to be bribed with Whip votes! The bribe cf Judas is to be transfered from thirty pieces of silver, to thirty thousand Whig rotes, and the Whigs are to triumph under the name of "Conservative Demo crats." Was ever such corrup...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 December 1841

H3 I f : .1 J" f. r f ,1?' & ft SI -I The GraTC of Banyan. The grave of 'Bunyan is in Bunfield'a Burial "around. I he cemetery haa nothing pleasing or tuiracuve about it, neither tunerai yew nor creep ing vine. It is entirely bear of sepulchral embel lishment. A lane or avenue leada down the cen tre, and on each side are plain looking head stones, yet beneath them lie many celebrated men. In this grave-yard, lie Richard Watts, Dr. Price, Hugh Worthington, Burder, author of 'Village Sermons,' and others eminent for piety and learning among the Dissenters. issenters. But no 'storied urn;1 or 'animated bust; arrests our attention, and no tree or shrub throws its graceful screen or mantle about their sepulchers. Even the grass here is not green or verdant to the eye; the place has no look about it but burial and death! On your left hand, as you pass down, you ob serve an ancient, black-looking monument, of an oblong form, and upon it you discern and read this epitaph: Mr. John Bckti...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 December 1841

AGRICULTURAL. From the Missouri Farmer. Mr. Gould: The Western State. are possessed of a fertile toil and a mild climate. The winters re ihort and navigable River?, by which to convey the produce to market, are numer ous. WhyflhecTsre par. Farmers poor? -Brcsase they grow but two or three articles of produce which are bulky, and nre of low price. They export the raw material, and depend upon purchasing manufactured arti cles from abroad; thereby enriching foreign nations, and impoveiishing their own. The latter evil can only be remedied by the na tion in its legislative capacity. The former may be corrected by individual enterprise. A new staple article of agriculture one that is in universal demand, valuable and portable, is now needed. That article is Wool. The Western States generally, and the state of Illinois particularly, are adapted to its growth. The cultivation of fine wool, the kind best calculated for exportation and domestic use, the means of obtaining the pro per breed ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 December 1841

i H 1 I i (4 VOLUME 1. Remittance by Mall. From the Post Master General. TJ-"A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the sub scription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself." Terms of the "Radical," INVARIABLE, 0 The terms will be $2 to a club of three or more subscribers, paid in advance. $2,50 to a single subscriber, if paid within six months, and $3 if not paid till after that period. The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents for the "Radical..' R. M. Kekcheval. Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " H. T. Keut, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Permits, P. M. Auburn, " J. H. Bbittos, Troy, " B. GiBsoir, P. M. Pavnesville, " P. W. Overlt, P.M." Shamrock, " J. D. S. Dbtden, Palmyra, " Joan Ralls, New London, " A. Heitdrix, P. M. Spencerburg. " J. Crostrewait, P. M. Madisonville, " W. H. Nicklis, New Hope, " W. T. Bona, P. M. Sugar Grove, " L. T. Musics:, Hickory Creek, " E. Emersou, P. M. Louisville, " J....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 December 1841

- THE RADICAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 18, 1841. Hon. Ezra Hnnt. The name of this gentleman has frequently been mentioned, of late, in private circles, as well as in the public prints, in connection with a nomination to Congress from this State. At a public meet ing of the Democracy of St. Charles' County, he was regularly brought before the people, and the 1 -Delegates from that County instructed to urge . his claims before the Convention. And we have --. 4b hesitation in stating that he would have been hc .choice of much the largest portion of the De mocracy in this section of the State, if he had not uniformly declared his determination not to permit .Jus, name to be used in this connexion. In this res- -.elation he remains inflexible ; and, grateful as he so doubt is for the kind partiality of his numerous - friends, he prefers, as yet, to wear the Judicial er- y m'me to enter upon the stormy life of a politician, This determination of Judge Hunt is unfortunate or the interests of t...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 December 1841

Walter ScotCt advice to his Son Charles. ttI cannot too strongly impress upon your mind, that labor if the condition which God has imposed on us in every station in life. There is nothing worth having that can be bad without it, from the bread that the peasant wins with the sweat of his brow, to the sports by which the rich man must get fid ot his ennui. The only difference be twixt them is, that the poof man labors to get a dinner to his appetite, the rich man to x;et an appetite to his dinner. As for knowl edge, it can no more be planted in the hu man mind, without labor, than a field of wl.jkA. jkatM 1. a I. J 11 ... it,. nrn.lAlia ,lin;ai vuil iiiuui;cu WIIUUUI lilt? i use of the plough. Theru is, indeed, this difference, that chance or circumstances may 30 cause it, that another shall reap what the farmer sows; but no man can be deprived, whether by accident or tnis'ortune, of the fruits of his own studies; and the liberal nnd extended acquisitions of knowledge which he makes a...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 December 1841

ll ... fnA rwl tSWK !1 1011 ll M that of a maniac, he darted forward and eized the arm of a gentleman who was ' walking slowly on before them, talking to a ' negro. v The gentleman instantly turned round, and exclaimed, 'Ha! Frederick Prevot!' " 'Frederick Prevot!' cried the captain, run 'fiinji up and gnzing upon his face, 'why that ' it the man that was hanged for the murder 'of Mr. Gore.' ; I am the man that was hanged for the murder of Mr. Gore,' replied Frederick, turn- irrr rnnnd. hut still holding the other hv the 'hand, 'and this is Mr. Gore himself, for ! whose murder I was hanged. ;'. 'Well, this 19 the oddest story I ever heard,' '.cried the captain; 'how can two dead men ' come to meet at Kingston, Jamaica!" Are you all joking, Frederick!' demanded William Gore, with a grave and' sorrowful face. 'Is it possible that the nci-ident that . befe! me at the inn has led to such misery : aud sorrow as your strange words seem to ' imply!' It is too true, indeed,1 replied Frederi...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 December 1841
Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 December 1841
Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 December 1841

upon one half of what mothers at that time say or do to us, we should draw conclusions in favor ot our importance, which would render us as in - supportable for years. Happy the boy whose mother is tired of talking nonsense to him, before lie is old enough to know the sense of it! A Strange Execution. In the year 1836, a sow ate a part of the child of a day laborer of ralaise, (Normandy,) named Janet. This acci dent reached the ears of the judge, who condemn ed the animal to sufier the penalty of relation as prescribed by law. The face and one arm of the child had been devoured, the sow was mutu lated in the same manner, and then hanged by the executioner in the public place, amidst a con course of people. The judge presided at the ex ecution on horseback, with a feather in his hat.- The father was forced to attend, by way of pun ishment, for not taking proper care of his child. The culprit, when brought to the gallows, was dressed like a man, wore a waistcoat, breeches, and gloves,...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 December 1841

STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Warren. Ia the Circuit Court October Term, A. D. 1841. - PtTta S. Shaepe, Com plainant. - vs. Bill iu Chance- Stiphek B. Whecleb, J ry to foreclose a Jobit Dckham, Jobda.1i Mortgage. DcXHAM, FBAKCIS J. ) Bevas, Jock C. Mc- Kesset, Defendants. , Now, at this day, appears said complainant by V. V. Bruice his solicitor ar.d files his bill of complaint. The object and general nature, of.iate of said deceased for the unrpoe of paying hi which is as follows to wit: said defendant, Ste phen B. Wheeler executed a Mort&age to said complainant, which is dated the 3rd day of Feb ruary 1840, conveying to him said complainant certain real estate of said defendant, to secure the p iVineiil. it' a bun l nineteen l.tniilicil mid fifty dollars, it beinn the residue nf the pui chase money of said real estate-, which h id been sold by snid Rnmplain'ini to said defend lint, Stephen 1. Wheeler, that s:iid money is due and unpaid, n.l praying that sad Sip phen D. Wheeler ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 January 1842

The Union of the States and the States of the Union. VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 1, 1842. NUMBER 9. Remittance Dy Mail. Fkom the Post Master Gcheral. Sj'A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the sub- scriptionof a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself.' Terms of the "Radical," 2fIN VARIABLE, 2 The terms will be $2 to a club of three or more subscribers, paid in advance. $2,50 to a single subscriber, if paid within six months, and $3 if not paid till after that period. The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents for the "Kadical.. R. M. Kebciieval, Louisiana, A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, H.T. Kent, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Britton, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesvillc, P. W. Overly, P.M. Shamrock, J. D. S. Drtden, Palmyra, John Ralls, New London, A. Hendrix, P.M. Spencerburg. J. Crostitewait, P. M. Madisonville, V. H. Nicklis, New Hope, W. T. Bosd, P. M. Sugar Grov...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 January 1842

lion; but his orgariizrtion, says our nuthor. had been o exhausted by th's forced process, that he died in a state of moral and physical decay at the age of twenty. Southern Plan er. Western Missocriak Office.) Independence, Dec. 14, 1841. J Arrival of the Texian Expedition in New Mexico Capture and barbarous treat ment of the Texians and Americans at Santa Fe! A parly of eight Americans arrived in this place yesterday from Santa Fe, in company with Manuel Alvarez, E?q. U. States Consul at Santa Fe, which place they left on the S6t.Ii October. From these gentlemen we learn the arrival of the Texian Expedition in the department of New Mexico, and its results. Information has been forwarded to Don Manuel Armego, both from Mexico city, nnd from General Arista, commanding the Northern Mexican Army, of the departure of the Texians from Augustin, in June. Much anxiety pervaded the Mexican population ; and such was the conviction of the Gover nor (Manuel Armego) that the Texians would carr...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 January 1842

44 A nimble sixpence letter than a slowslining.'' HAVING become thoroughly convinced A, . , ,. r '. ... ous to the merchant and his customers, we hare determined to abandon it. We design during the ensuing year to keep constantly on hand a betier assortment eautifui and correct pinte of fashions, and shall of goods than we ever have had, which we!"!0 iTe the Jle (" flenicn' '' ! been de - . ii u ii r cidedlr popular with both texei, una has rendered intend to sell at such prices as will satisfy L w'r! the TEXT BOOK OF FASHION, the Uo our friends and ihe public generally, that it'ionove,. TneWi boweer, shall in no wise interfere Will be to their interest to adopt this mode olj trade. CAMPDELL & CRANE. Bowling Green, Mo., January 1st, 1842. CASH STORE. E. G McQUIE. having abandoned the long credit buainea, alike injurious to the farmer and merchant, will aell bia preaenl slack of nY GOODS GROCERIES, Ac. for CASH, or in exchange for county produce. Liberal advance will be made nn T...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 January 1842

STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Warren. 89. In the Circuit Court October Term, A. D. 1841. Peter S. Sharpe, Cora- ) plainant. vs. j Bill in Chance- Stethen B. WnEELEC, Iryto foreclose a John Dckham, Jobd&x Mortgage. DnsnAM, Francis J. ) Beva.ii, John C. Mc Kenkey, Defendants. Now, at this day, appears said complainant by VV. V. iiruice his solicitor and files his bill of j complaint. The object and general nature, of which is as follows to wit: said delcndant, Ste phen B. Wheeler executed a Mortgage to said complainant, which is dated the 3rd day of Feb ruary 1840, conveying to him said complainant certain real estate of said defendant, to secure the payment, of about nineteen hundred and fifty dollars, it being the residue of the pui chase money of said real estate, which had been sold by sr.iJ complainant to said defend ant, Stephen 13. Wheeler, that said money is due ar.d unpaid, and praying that sa d Stc phen B. Wheeler be made a Defendant to said bill, and that said Court decr...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 January 1842

V, Ch e fUMc-ftl - V: Tbe Union of tbe States and the States of the Enion. volume i. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURE Y, JANUARY, 8, 1842. NUMBER. 10. 1 15 i A. 2J "A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the sub scription of a third person, and frank the letter, if w ritten by himself." Terms of the "Radical," 25-INVARIABLE, The terms will be $2 to a club of three or more subscribers, aid in advance. &2 JM to a1 Remittance l?y Mail. Fom the Post Master General. ingle subscriber, if paid within six months, majesty's Government, howevery-having refu $3 if not paid till after that period. I sed to make reparation in any of the cases, The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents fur the '-Radical..' R. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " H. T. Kest, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, " J. H. Brittox, Trov, " B. Gibsox, P. M. Paynesville, " P. W. Overly, P.M. Shamrock, J. D. S. Dryoen, Palmyra, " Johx R...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 January 1842

pritoner's council, feeling the'spirit of Patrick HeDry turning in hi veins, could not forego the opportunity of t iling up a cliff of elo quence as high and wore than the Hawk's nest. "Gentlemen,"' g:iid he, at the close of a two hour's harangue, bellow ing at tin top of his lung?, '-Gontlemto, convict my cli ent on this evidence, and you will violate every rule of evidence rules as old as juris prudence itself; rules upon which the super structure of liberty now rests, and has repo sed, undisturbed by the storms of fiction, since the day when Julius Cccsar landed on the shores of Britain; yes, gentlemen, pro nounce him guilty upon this testimony, and you shake the citadel of liberty; sap the foundation of personal security; mnke the heirt of the pitriot tremble for the destinies f his country, and swallow up the verv tabrrnacles of my client." He took his seat, and after a pause, a man who seemed to act as presiding judge, recovering slow ly from such a tremendous burst, snvs, ''W...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 January 1842

PUBLIC SALE. ON Saturday the 22d January next, I will sell on my farm, on Indian Creek, the following described property, viz: The well known Stallion Charles. Household furniture, such as Bureau, Presses, Beds, Bedsteads, SfC. Kitchen furniture, Farming utensils, Horses, Cattle, and a variety of articles too tedious to mention. N. B. A credit of six months will be given with security. Jan. 8. SAMUEL C. FIELDER NOTICE. A LL person having claims against Joseph G. S- Showalter, an insolvent debtor, ate hereby noli ted that on the 12th day of March n?tt at the count iag room of James V. Booth iu the town of Claries ville, the undersigned will proceed to liquidate end adjust the demands against said Showalter, and pay tne same as tar as assets have eoine to mv hands. WM. FEMX," Sheriff, Jan. 8, 2m 1'ikc County. FINAL SETTLEMENT. H11G undersigned Administrator ai.rl Admiuistra aaai trix of the estate of Wm. Gibbs, deceased late of Pike County Mo. hereby gives notice to all concerned or i...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 January 1842

AGRICULTURAL. From the Missouri Republican. WATER ROTTING HEMP. We give below a letter from Mr. Myerle, of Lexington, Ky., on the process of water rotting Hemp, which we feel assured will be highly acceptable to the farmers of Missouri, generally, and especially to those who are or expect to be engnged in preparing the ar ticle for market. Some weeks ago some of our readers in the upper part of this State desired information on this subject. Mr. M has supplied it, for which he has not only our thanks but the thanks of the growers. Mis souri, owing to the fitness of her soil and the adaptation of her climate, with other facilties which are within the control of her farmers for the growing and preparation of hemp, is destined to be one of the largest hemp growing States in the Union. Having the soil, climate and labor, all that remains to be acquired is a sufficient knowledge and ex perience in the mode of preparation, to en sure to the West the benefits to the whole consumption creat...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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