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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 January 1842

t 4 ill Weal V The Union of the States and the States tt the Ualoi. VOLUMeT" ' BOWLING GREEIIoTsATURDAl77ANUARYrbri842. - ' " DUMBER 12.j Remittance by Mail. Fsom ths Post Mistii Gshekal. Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of Newspaper, to pay the sub scription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself." . Terms of the "Radical," 2f-INVARIABLE,.g terms will be 2 to a club of three or The SUISSE Haid whU Sx nSSZ and . J Al) Crt $3 if not paid till after that period. Th fullowin? eentlemen are authorized to act as Agents fur the "Radical r ' ' H. M. Keecheval. Louisiana, " A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, H.T. Rest, P. M. Clarksville. C. E. Pereins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Bhittos, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesville, P. W. Oveblt, P.M. Shamrock, J. D. S. DaYDts, Palmyra, John Ralls, New London, A. Hendeix, P. M. Sneneerburg. J. Ckosthewait, P. M. Madisonville, W. H. Nickxin, New Hope, W. T. Bosd, P. M. Sugar Grove, L. T. Mosick, Hickory Creek, E. Emers...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 January 1842

CONGRESSIONAL. tliat tl.i-i tient'euiiiti had detcunim d tub what neiti.er .Mr. 'IMer nr Mr. CI y won!. permit ihe other to do, for the jjlory :n.d success vl luge y ::nd to-dav we ut had some very dis'inct giving out from Mr. Rives himself on the subject. The Cabinet pin is Knoi Ked in the he id Mr. UlayV plan is knocked in the head and now ib cmntrv is to look to Messrs. Rives and Tall- ma 1 f.r it preservation. - . . Ijarg trama frnm little fountain, flow, iln trexfroiu lilt is acuro grow." W e thought till aner.i. t yre t men lii', :iln:k! a'ack! it seem:! that it i to In the reiin-f the Pigmies. Mr. ALiniT'i ii ha the floor for to-ni'.rrow VV e -iii.(ise ili-u hi rem uk will indicate the c Mirse of the WIul's p-op-r 'he Iri' n l f M--. Cay. Mi-. City s'it si'ent tiway. A'tlionjli Mr. IJives drew n an flit'ennj IN SENATE, Dec. 29. The discussion in the Senate on the new Exchequer scheme to-day, was of too . much interest to commit to a hasty analysis. Our Reporters will furnudi ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 January 1842

reputation that aught I could say in relation to gee & Co., on the opposite aide, northwest corner them would be of no avail. They acted as if of Third and Main. They were, however, una- they considered their safety dependent on thtir b,e u force hjs inm success in affixing inlamy and odium upon my . , . . , . character. : The totct a,ld fury the rwter was now How far they have succeeded depends upon a "pent, and they gradually dispersed, until about verdict of the people. They will pass upon it four o'clock two of the last of them were arrest after they shall have perused the statement and ed whilst opening the chest of Bates, and order evidences I shall lay before them. a Sensible of having committed a great moral . ttStorc a' wrong, I can now only appeal to a forgivinr and j n , - generons people ; and if they can find any exten-! From the Jeffersonta Krpnhhca. uation, in consequence of my ardent tempera- Awful Dispensation of Providence ment, which, in the enthusiasm of part...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 January 1842

COUNTING-HOUSE ALMANAC, sees ra2A& .... - .... - p.. '"" Being "the 2d after Bissextile or Leap the b i tn of American independence. 3 a. 3 Moon's Phases. 2 3 9 10 16 17 23 24 30 31 Last quarter, 3-4 ( .New Moun, 11 10 17 First quarter 19 3 5 Full Moon 26 11 51 FEBRUARY. Last quarter, 2 4 2Sm New Moon, 10 5 56in First qr. 18 5 42m Full Moon, 23 11 17 e MARCH. Last quarter, 3 7 24 e New Moon, 12 0 cOm First qr. 19 4 43 c Full Moon, 2G 7 5Sro A Till T T 6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28 13 14 SO 21 27 28 Last quarter, 3 0 31 e New Moun, 10 4 33 e 3 4 10 11 First qr. Full moon, 18 0 34m 24 5 9e 17 18 24 25 MAY Last quarter, 2 6 48m New Moon, 10 5 40m First qr. 17 6 12m Full Moon, 24 3 41m 2 9 15 16 22 23 29 30 JUNE Last quarter, 1 New Moon, 8 SSI n 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29 4 5 6 11 12 13 18 19 20 25 26 27 12 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30 31 0 53m 4 15 e First qr. Full Moon, 15 10 53m 22 3 23 e Last qr. 30 5 42 e JULY New Moon, 8 1 2m First quarter, 14 4 7 e Full Moon, 22 4 5Pm Las...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 January 1842

Che fkMct The Union of the States and the States of the Union. . VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. iTURDAY, JANUARY,-2971842T " ' V''inj5ffiiny" Remittance liy Mail. Frox the Post Master General. . 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," -INVARIABLE, ine terms win be .vz to a club ol three or k i , , Kn . more subscribers, naid in nrtv.mpe. SS2.SO 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. Kerciieval, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " H. T. Kest, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, " J. II. Britton, Troy, " B. Gibson, P. M. Pavnesville, " P. W. Overly, P.M. Shamrock, J. D. S. Drtden, Palmyra, " John Ralls, New London, " A. IIe.vdeix, P.M. Spencerlmrg. " J. Crostiiewait, P. M. Madisonvi...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 January 1842

' " Culture of Corn. Tim ftillnu inrr vnlnul 1 mine Cnv milt Itrf Inn of cum, are laid down lv Jno. M. Millikin, Esq. . of Hamilton, Ohio. "1. If the ground intended to be cultivated in corn has a sod upon it, it should be broken up , n the fall or winter preceding if the suitable, if not, it should be ploughed ary, or at least in March. If not level, it should be rolled, and if not mellow, it should be har rowed before planting. 2. If stubble or corn ground, no stubble or stalks should be removed, unless taken to the manure pile should be ploughed six inches deep, and if not mellow, should be harrowed. 3. While small, the corn should be harrowed, amlthe ground shonld afterwards be kept loose 6 . . . ..... . . . 9nr1 ma aw hvtha VAtuiitnrl ncanl t in lll Ill'nTnr 4. On sod ground, a plough should never be .. . ... . used in the cultivation of corn. i 5. On other ground, the plough should never ' beusedaflcr the roots have extended any dis- tance from the hills, and at no time unless...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 January 1842

THE RADICAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 29, 1842. Jf Congress has as yet done nothing on the subject of the apportionment. It will be seen that other matters are engrossing the attention of both Houses. In the mean time, different por tions of our State, are in a ferment, as to the claims of the different aspirants. We scarcely receive a paper of our State, that does not contain proceedings of a meeting of the people bringing some would-be-Congressman before the people. We have before us the proceedings of a meeting ef the Democracy of Perry County, in which Thomas B. English of Cape Gcrardeau, is recommended and the delegates pledged to his support. In Pulaski, the sovereigns have spoken in favor of John P. Camphell, Esq., of Green. This gantleman and Mr. Phelps, have not scrupled to take the stump, throughout most of the South West, and addressed the people, in laudation of themselves, and abuse of the other. Mr. Campbell has however been too ' hard for the man of "Tomato Pills." The Sout...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 January 1842

STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Warren. In the County Court of suiJ county, November term, 1841. David r. Hubbard atluiiuittratur of the estate of Benjamin Ilutchcson deceased, cumes into court and presents hi petition setting forth that there it not sufficient personal estate of (aid deceased to pay his debts, and pravinjfor the sale of the real estate of aid deceased for the purpose of paying said debts, which petition is accompanied by an exhibit of his administration nccording to the statute in that case provided: End thereupon it is ordered by the court that all persons iuterustd in said estate be notified that unless good cause to the contrary be shewn on or before the first day of the next term of this court, au order will be made to sell the south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number thirty, and the south west quarter of the south west quarter of section number thirty two, both iu town ship number forty seven of ran;e number one wot each tract containing for...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 February 1842

The Union of the States and the States of the Union. VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 5, 1842. NUMBER 13. Remittance by Mail. Fbom the Post Master Gekebal. f"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, 3 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 ai'Vr that period. The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents for the "Radical..' R. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " H. T. Rest, P. M. Clarksville, " C. E. Perkixs, P. M. Auburn, " J. II. Britton, Trov, " B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesville, " P. W. Overly, P.M. Shamrock, J. D. S. Drtden, Palmyra, " Jons Ralls, New London, " A. Hendeix, P.M. Spcnccrburg. " J. Crostiiewait, P. M. M'adisonville, " W. II. Nicklix, New Hope, " W. T....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 February 1842

Tarnips, lluta Taga and Beets, i think ihcin worthy ol a place in your col v will have to be careful to r:ti?c a crop( imins. They nre extracts liom letters of a or l;ir..ip., lor the Hy is very severe on them practical man to a novice in the business of wiien yoi nz- 1 Me lime dusted over them is n great protection. Tor winter use I would not ndv i;C you tn depend on them, r.s they do not keep good longer than Christinas: nfter lliat they get watery and hollo .v. Uuta I'.i ins arc imcli hetter, and nre soi-nd and good tiie whole sensnn. For cattle tliev are not .so mucii liked as heels, :uid are nt near as profitable. I world advise you, l.yali means, i- pay tf ry atte.ni. n to the latter where there were potatoes hut year, particularly if it was well manured, is the very ground for ihcm. Have it well prepared plough deep, rnd well, to make it fine cultivate with the plough, keep the weeds out, and you will be astonished at the result. Thrs3 cabbage, ruin biga.ar.d indeed almost ev...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 February 1842

exclaimed, 'Friend, down on your knees, let us cry for mercy.' They knelt down and prayed, and shortly afterwards the visiter took his leave. The preacher shut himself up in his closet. Next Sabbath, word was sent that the minister was un well, and could not appear. The same thing hap pened the Sabbath following. On the third Sab bath, the preacher made his appearance before the congregation, worn with his inward conflict, and pale, but his eyes beaming with joy, and com menced his discourse with the surprising and af fecting declaration, that he had now, for the first time, passed through the strait gate. You will ask what had occurred to him in his chamber, during the interval which had elapsed? 'A storm passed over him, but the Lord was not in the storm; an earthquake, but the Lord was not in the earthquake; a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire. Then came a still small voice, on which the man enveloped his face in his mantle, and from that time knew what was the Gospel, and J...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 February 1842

8TATROF MISSOURI, County of Warren. ( " In Ibe Coast Court of said coonty, November term, 1841. David P. Pahbard administrator of the etate of Benjamin Hutcheton deceased, comes into court and prefects his petition selling forth that there it not sufficient personal estate of (aid deceased to pay his debts, and praying for the tale of the real estate of said deceased for the purpose of paying said dents, which petition is accompanied by an exhibit of his administration according to the statute in that case piovidrd : and thereupon it is ordered by the court that all persons interested in said estate be notified that nnless good cause to the contrary be shewn on or before the 6rt day of the next term of (hi court, an order will be made to sell the south cast quarter ot the south east qnarter of section number thirty, and the sooth wet quarter of the south wet quarter of section number thirty two, both in town ship number forty seven of range number one west each tract containing fort...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 February 1842

The Union of the Statei and the States of the Union. VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MoTsATURDAY, FEBRUARy7l27l842 NUMBER 15. Remittance by Mail. Fbom the Poit Master General, flg3 "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," '2fINVARIABLE, E 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 lor the "Radical. R. M. Kebcheval, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " H.T. Kent, P. M. Clarksville, " C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, " J. H. Brittow, Troy, " B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesville, " P. W. Oveblt, P.M. Shamrock, " J. D. S. Dbtdeit, Palmyra, " John Ralls, New London, " A. Hendkix, P. M. Spencerburg. " J. Crosthewait, P. M. Madisonville, " W. H. Nicklin, New Hope, " ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 February 1842

I am made to revel yet in the Halls of tbe MTontezumas. One evening during the winter of 1334, as Booth, the celebrated tradg?dian, was walk ing up Pennsylvania Avenue, in the city of Washington, he accosted an old friend from the West whom he had not seen for many years. After mutual expressions of surprise and salutation, these two singular men walk ed arm-in-arm to Brown's Hotel, where both had taken lodgings. In the whole country, perhaps there could not be found two others more passionately fond of excitement, more remarkable in tcir habits, or more noted for their eccentricities. Retiring to a private room, they sat down to recount the story of '.ieir past lives, and as they industriously cir culated the bottle many a loud shout echoed through that hall, and startled the watchman j in the street as they went their silent rounds, j As the night wore on their excitement in creased, until at the close of a thrilling story relating to his strange career, his compan ion exclaimed '...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 February 1842

in his own life being taken. ' We hear that he arrived in the neighborhood f Brazoria about the 10th ultimo; that about six or eight miles from the town, in the woods, he metJDr. John McNeil Stewart; that an alterca tion arose between them, relative to a friend of Mr. Stewart both being armed; that Allston drew his knife, to stab him, but Stewart perceiving his intention, fired three shots at him with one of Colt's pistols: that Allston, though severely wounded, fired a rifle and shot-gun at his oppo nent, which instantly killed him, . j r r it r r , . , , , .., , .. . . Galveston, on the back of one of the letters, states that Allston was arrested, taken out, and shot by the citizens of Brazoria. THE l!IIIIIH. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 12, 1842. Congressional Aspiranis. Tho Boonville Register of the 20th ult. administers a veiy wholesome rebuke, to the many clamorous aspirants for a nomina tion to Congress, and at the same time, reads a very good leson to the Ozark Eagle, for its ; , , ....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 February 1842

BTATE OF MISSOURI, J Countjr of Wairen. J "" In the County Court of (aid county November terra, 1841. William Dremire, administrator of the estate of Adolphus Shaburg, deceused, cornea into court and present! his petition setting forth that there ia not suf ficient personal estate of said deceased to pay his debts, and praying for the sale of the real estate of said deceased for the purpose of paying his debts which petition is accompanied by an exhibit of his administration according to the statute in that case provided. And thereupon, it is ordered by the court tint all persons interested in said estate be notified that unless good cause to the contrary be shewn un or before the first day of the next term of this court, an order will be made to sell the south west quarter of the south west quarter of section number 21, in township number 4o of rani;e number 1 wet, containing 40 acres: ami it is lurllier ordered by said court that said ml nini-trrttor give notice of this applicatio...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 February 1842

VOLUME 1. Remittance by Mail. Fbom the Post Master General. 3J"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, J 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 4'3 if not paid till after that period. The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents lor the "Radical..' R. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " H. T. Kent, P. M. Clarksvillc, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, ' J. H. Brittos, Troy, " B. Gibsox, P. M. Pavnesville, " P. W. Overly, P.M. Shamrock, " J. D. S. Dhtdes, Palmyra, " Jonx Ralls, New London, " A. Hendkix, P. M. Spencerburg. " J. Crosthewait, P. M. Madisonville, " IV. II. Nicklis, New Hope, " W. T. Bosd, P. M. Sugar Grove, " L. T. Musick, Hickory Creek, " E. Emerson, P. M. Louisville, " J. B. Wells, Warr...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 February 1842

AGRICULTURAL. . . From the Missouri Farmer. TQDacco. Of the Cutting, Curing and Housing. We have now arrived at the most difficult and critical singes of the whole process, ev ery operation from this time until the piant is cured, requiring great attention and care, as well as skill and nicety of judgement in the execution. And hence a great contrari ety of practice in some of the minutiaaj pre vails, according to the superior skill and abil ity of various planters. It is difficult to convey nn idea of ripe to baccoo by description. It can only be leornt by observation and experience. In general its maturity is indicated by the top leaves of the plant turning down and often touching the ground, becoming curdled with yellow spots interspersed on their surface, looking gloossy and shining, with an entire loss of fur, a manifest increase of thickness in the substance of the leaves, which when pinched in a fold between the finger and thumb will enck or split with ease. But the most ex p...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 February 1842

members of the church to which Work former ly belonged. We have not space for the whole of Gov. R's. reply, but we subjoin the conclu sion, and recommend it to the readers attention : "You are probably aware that Work and two confederates, were indicted and convicted for stealing certain slaves the property of a citizen of this State. They were not, at the time of the commision of the offence, nor had they ever been 450 far as my knowledge extends, inhabitants or citizens of the Slate, but came here expressly for the purpose of perpetrating the act for whichthey were convicted. I They allege as a justification of their acts, and Ihcy still persist in their opinions, that they were actuated by the desire of setting the slaves at lib- rt Hint apfinrninop in Inoir nuininn mnn dimdI not be made the subject of propcrty-in 'short, )be,wecnU,e two countr,es- of the that they belonged to that class or society denom- finnncml nobleman of England, and is very deep inated abolitionists. I ly 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. — 19 February 1842

STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Warren. Id (be County Court of Mid county November term, 1841. vTilliam Drcmire, administrator of the estate of Adolphus Shtburp, deceased, comes into court and presents hit petition setting forth (hat there is not suf ficient personal estate of sr. id deceased to pay his debts, and praying for the sale of the real estate of aid deceased for the purpose of paying his debts which petition is accompanied by an exhibit of his administration according to the statute in that case provided. And thereupon, it is ordered by the court tht all persons interested in said estate be notified that unless good cause to the contrary be shewn on or before the first day of the next term of this court, an order will be made to sell the south west quarter of the outh west quarter of section number 21, in township number 45 of ranje number 1 west, containing 40 acres: and it is further ordered by said court that said administrator give notice of tins application accord ing t...

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