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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 February 1842

c The Union of the States and the States of the Union. VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 26, 1842. NUMBER 17. Remittance toy Mall. Fbom the Post Masts Gesibal. Jff" "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 tingle subscriber, if paitLsrjthi" ix months, and $3 if not paid till after that period. 2jNo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor. The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents for the "Radical.. R. M. Kercueval, Louisiana, A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, H.T. Kewt, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Bbittoic, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesvillc, P. W. Oveblt, P.M. Shamrock, -J. D. S. Drydes, Palmyra, Jonx Ralls, New London, A. Hesdrix, P. M. ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 February 1842

- From the Missouri Fanner. Wool Growing. With pleasure I found in the November No. of the Farmer;" Mr. Flower' com iniinieatioQ on wool pro wing. I hnd prepar ed an article on that subject but did not com municate it, and I am now glad that I did not; for Mr. Flowers' experience in the busi ness, enables him to treat that subject much more satisfactorily. But still I will beg leave to add some additional calculations, as Mr. Flowers' calculations do not entirely cor respond with mine, especially the prices of his produce. From a calculation of mine in the August No. of the "Farmer," it appears that corn will only cost 16 cents per buhel. and that is as much as the average selling price in this section of Illinois, and it will be found that a reduction on that item is obtain ed by substituting wools in part, which it will be found will correspond with corn at twelve cents, which will materially change the result from Mr. Flowers' calculation. This difference is attributable to the d...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 February 1842

jed permission to address the meeting Mr. to censure him for calm and deliberate trea. McDaniel refused, and his friends sus-'". Not the treason of Benedict Arnold, or tained him. Judge Allen (vulgarly called of Aaron Burr; conceived in dark places, and thoWsOstiU persisted until he at length wh.J'ered in wild islands, or bv silent rivers .,... r.v i , i bui treason concocted in ievv Enl.ind obtained the consent of the meeting, when he! , . , , a . i n r ' i .,. j ..6' . ,mri published on the floor ol Congre-s in the launched forth into a tirade of invective satire, and form r,f apetnion to the Ame.ic.n people. abuse against all self-electioneers. We have not ; Would any man listen to a prayer to God ask space, nor patience to pursue the account of this ing for the overturning of his throne, and the meeting further. Suffice it to say that Mr. Mc- destruction of his power! ll "not, why should Danielhas won tlie day in Marion, and will go into ' be creatures of power merely, listen to...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 February 1842

STATE OF MISSOURI, I Count of Warren. J "" Io the Count Court of said count November term, I4I. William Dremiro, administrator of the estate of Adolphni Sbabnr, deceased, cornea into court and presents hit petition wiling frrth that tliere ia not suf ficient personal estate of aniii deceased to par hia debti, acd praying for the sale of tbe real estate of (aid deceased for the purpose of paring his debt which petitioo is accompanied h an exhibit of his administration according to the ttalule io that case proniled. And thereupon, it it ordered by the court that all persons interested in said estate be notified that unless good cause to the contrary be shewn on or before tbe first da of the next term of this court, nn order will be made to sell the south west qtinrter of the south west quarter of section number 21, in town-hip number 45 of range number 1 west, containing 40 cres: and it is further ordered by said court that said administrator give notice of this application accord- ID...

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 March 1842

The Union of the Statu and the States of t&e Unloi. VOLUMeTl" " BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, MARCH, 5, 1842. NUMBER 18. Remittance by Mail. Fbom the Post Mastek General. Jj"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 more subscribers, paid in advance. $2,50 to a single subscriber, if paid within six months, and , Aiic icims n in uc iu viuu ui mice u $3 if not paid till after that period. 0"No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor. The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents for the "Radical-' R. M. Kebcbeval, Louisiana, A. Mass, P. M. Frankford, H.T. Rest, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Brittos, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Pavncsville, P. W. Overly, P.M." Shamrock, J. D. S. Drydes, Palmyra, Jobs Ralls, New London, A. He.vdkix, P.M. Spencerbu...

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 March 1842

fate of their chiefs, whose duty it was (from the nature olil.eir office) to approach us,whe tli. cr frknis or fees, and to go n loard. Some times, in this plight, they were instnn'iy thrown neck and bet Is over each other's heads and sliouldcis nirn, woman and children and dogs sage, sachem, o'd and ycung nil in a mass, at the frightful discharge of the steam from the escape-pipe, which the captain of the boat let loose upon tl.cm for his own fun and amusement. There were many envious conjectures among their wise men, with re gard to the nature and powers of the steam boat. Among the Mandans, some called it the 'big thunder canoe;' for, when in the dis tance below the village, they saw the light ning flash from lis sides, and hear the thun der come from it; others called it the hs med icine canoe with eyes; it was me Heine ( :ys tery) because they cnu'd not understand it: and it must have eyes, for, sd 1 tliey, 'it s:-es its own way, and takrs the deep w?.tor in ih? middle of the c...

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 March 1842

abolished, and what retrenchment of public expenditure can be made without public det riment in the respective branches of the pub lic service under their charge. Mr. Clay suggested the 22d Feb. for the consideration of his resolutions. Washing ton's birth day could certainly have been 1etter spent by Senators, than in the dis cussion of such resolutions. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Speaker then presented several Exe cutive reports, which were appropriately re ferred, and ordered to be printed. Several bills from the Senate were next taken up and amendments concurred in. The bill to fwhich Mr. Underwood had previously referred, to suspend for a limited time the provision in the charters of the tanks of the District of Columbia which pro hibits the re-issue of the notes of non-specie paying banks after the 1st of March next, came up on its third reading. Mr. Underwood again enforced its pas sage, and he said when the charters were granted, it was supposed that the banks of Virginia...

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 March 1842

STATE OF MISSOURI, I County of Warren. ( "' In tli6 County Court of laid county November term, 1841. William Dremire, administrator of the estate of Adolphos Shiburf, deceased, comes into court and presents bis petition seltinr forth that there ia not suf ficient personal estate of said deceased to par bis dtbts, and praying fur the sale of the real estate of aid deceased for the purpose of paying his debts which petition is accompanied by an exhihit of bis administration according to the statute in that case provided. And thereupon, it is ordered by the court that all persons interested in laid 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 south west quarter of section number 21. in township number 45 of range number 1 west, containing 40 acres: and it is further ordered by said court that said administrator give notice of this application acco...

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 March 1842

A DLUME 1. Remittance y Mail. Tmm thi Post Master General. 2f-"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," SrTWVADIAOTTl m are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor . ' - j.ne louowug gentlemen are authorized to Art mm AmiiIi fnr th. - - agx.. .V. Mil. J. AVIl. A 1 R. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, A. Mask, P. M. Frankford, H.T. Ke.it, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Brittoit, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesville, P. W. Overly, P.M." Shamrock, J. D. S. Dbvdes, Palmyra, John Ralls, New London, A. Hendkix, P.M. Spenccrbnrg. J. Crostiiewait, P. M. Madisonville, W. H. Nicklin, New Hope, W. T. Bond, P. M. Sugar Grove, L. T. Mcsice, Hickory Creek, E. Emerson, P. M. Louisville, J. B. Wells, Warrenton, H. Cave, Danville, Mo. MISCELLANEOUS. jn.ijBuc, .......-.. ....U j..-. - "uinca-r, ren. lie! p yourselves nnd one another, to ...

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 March 1842

of it as I! My fear i?, tliat the hot weather, which seems now to be seltingin, will scorch the lanJ, bo unprotected by foliage, and dry sp the scanty crop which is left, before it is high enough for the scythe and then what dc you think your horses will say to you! If you had done what Farmer Syke did you wou'd hare deserved his success; you mi'M remember, how, instead of feeding tfT his young crop, ho top dressed it with a compost of lime and earth and dung, w'ich had been carefully prepared in win-er anj weH pulveri zed; by which not only his present crop is doubly beneiitie, but it is also preparatory to an autumn, sowing of wheat on the lay. Now ! t this end that together, and calcu late the result. First two tons of hay per acre, the first cutting, one ton per acre, the second, with a capital aftermath for his diary, and if wheat is sown by the 29ih of Sep tembor, a yield of forty bushels per acre might be expected at next year's harvest; and this is not all, for alter the whe...

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 March 1842

ever there was a period in the history of nations when it became the people to be united, concilia tory and compromising, it is so at the present with us. How many ill omens arc now standing out in bold relief that seem to threaten the per manency of the union of these states. Let us all consider ourselves members ot the same great family, and use our best exertions to promote the greatest possible good of the same. 53" We have taken the liberty to forward a dumber of the Radical to many of our acquaint ances who have not as yet subscribed. We do this with a view of aiTordingthem an opportunity ; if they do not wish to do so, they will please re turn it. TEMPERANCE. From the Richmond Christian Advocate. The half glass of Wine. The individual, whose history is linked with Ihe half glass of wine, was George Morgan, of the State of New York. lie began his career with tasting wine, and soon exhibited a strong "relish for other intoxicating drink. At this pe tiod he made his addresses to...

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 March 1842

STATE OF MISSOURI, Count j of Watrea. In 0)6 Conntj Court of (aid count November term, 1841. William Dremire, administrator tif the estate of Adolphui Shaburg, deceased, conies into court and preaenti bit petition setting forth that there ia not suf ficient personal estate of laid deceased to pay bit debta. and praying for the sale of the real estate of aid deceased for the purpose of paying hit debti which petition ii accompanied by an exhihit of hii administration according to the statute in that case provided. And thereupon, it ii ordered by the court tb'dt all persons interested in said estate be noti6edthat unless good came to the contrary be shewn e or before the first day of the next term of thi', court, an order will be made to aell the south et quarter of the south west quarter of section number 21. in townshin number 45 of range nuruher l west CflIltlniiig 40 ucres: aim it it luring oidered by said couitthat said adiuinistrator give notice of this application accord- wjr i...

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 March 1842

Cflfle fla pica J. H. D. Hendeksox, Edit VOLUME 1. Remittance by Mall. Paex the Post Master Gesebal. 23"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," 2fIN VARIABLE, g The terms will be $2 to a club of three or $3 if not paid till after that period. 2SNe paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor. - The following gentlemen are authorized to act as Agents for the "Radical..' R. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, H.T. Rest, P. M. Clarksvillc, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. BniTTov, Trov, B. Gibsos, P. M. Paynesville, P. W. Overly, P.M.' Shamrock, J. D. S. Drtdex, Palmyra, Jonx Ralls, New London, A. Hendrix, P.M. Spenccrburg. J. Crosthewait, P. M. Madisonville, W. H. Nicklis, New Hope, W. T. Bond, P. M. Sugar Grove, L. T. Mcsick, Hickory Creek, E. Emersok, P. M. Louisville, J. B...

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 March 1842

1 ) rg?sgic:- . ' : 1 1 1 .. Plan of Exchequer. Submitted to the Senate by Mr. Talmage as Chairman of the Select Committee, accom panied with a bill. I. A bosrd to be established in the Treas ury Department, at the seat of Government. 19 he called the Exchequer of the United States. The boird to Le composed of three eommisfioners, to be appointed by the Pres ident, with the advice and concent of the Senate, anJ to be removed from office only with the like concurrence of the Senate and for physical inability, incompetency, neglect or violation of duty. The President to com municate to the Senate the particular reasons of the proposed removal. For like causes the President may suspend a commissioner and appoint a temporary subititute, and with- ia the first week of the ensuius session of the Senate lay before that body the rea sons of such suspension, and if the Senate concur, the commission? r to be restored, if not to be restored. II. The Board o! Exchequer to establish agencies, as...

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 March 1842

re-ent ua in said Convction for this senato rial district. Resolved, that Joseph Conley, William Loyd and Henry Cave, be appointed as delegates to meet in a general Convention, with the delegates from the several Town ships of this County, Lincoln and Audrain counties, to select a suitable individual to be a Candidate for this Senatorial District. Resolved, That said meeting be held in Middletwon on the first Saturday in April ' Resoles , That we recommend and nomi nate Charles B. Harper, a candidate, and a gentleman '.veil qualified to represent this county in the Legislature of the State. Resolved, That Nathaniel Dryden, be nominated as a candidate for the Sheriffalty of this County. Resolved, That Henry Cave, John Alex ander and Tavner Woods be authorize! to j fill any vacancy that may occur in attending! to the State Convention, or County meeting of delegates. Resolved, That the Radical and Missouri Reporter be respectfully requested to publiish the proceedings of this mreiing. ...

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 March 1842

V POETICAL. The Lightning Flash. BT J. BRAINEBD. Two persons, an old lady and a girl, were kill ed by lightning in the Fresbylerian meeting- house, in Montville, Ct., on Sunday, June 1, 1S23, while the congregation were singing. The following is not an exagerated account of the particulars : The sabbath morn came sweetly on The sunbeams mildly shone upon Each rock, and tree, and flower ; And floating on the soulhern gale The cloud3 seemed gloriously to sail Along the heavens, as if to hail That calm and holy hour. By winding path and alley green, The lightsome and the young were seen To join the gathering throng : While with slow step, and solemn look, The elders of the village took Their way ; and, as with age they shook, Went reverently along. They meet the " sweet psalm tune they raise They join their grateful hearts, and praise The Maker they adore. They met in holy joy : but they Grieve now, who saw His wrath that day, And sadly went they all away, And better than before. There...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 March 1842

A If I Remittance by JHail. 'Faox the Post Master; General. f "A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the sub V ecription of a third person, and frank the letter, , -if wriUen by himself." ' ' Terms of the "Radical," ' : : 2J"INVARIABLE, g - .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. .' , 2No paper discontinued Until all arrearages are paid, unless' at the discretion of the Editor. The fallowing gentlemen are- authorized to Act as Agents for the "Radical.. R. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, . .. " -H.T. Kest, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkixs, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Brittojt, Troy, B. Gibsox, P. M. Paynesvjlle, P. W. Overlt, P.M. Shamrock, J. D. S. Drydeic, Palmyra, Jons Ralls, New London, A. IIexdrix, P.M. Spencerburg. J. Crosthewait, P. M. Madisonvillc, W. H. Nicrlijt, New Hope, W....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 March 1842

proceeded to the Louse of Mr. Willis, and ! order that our readers and the entire republic returned, having the city beau in close cus,1ma-v ,earn how far presumption and audacity tcday.-- They conveyed him to the jail for safekeeping until. they should depart. It appeared that he was not inly a married man end a bankrupt, but had put his hand on other goods, for which crime he was now arrested. This was a mighty blow to Miss Susan. The villnge giils, of course laughed a litllle'about the wedding party which was to come from the city, and they also hinted . about'that waiting maid and the dress like the sun; but all this did not harm poor Susan she had other and heavier troubles. Many weeks passed away and she was seen by no one except her kindred, and they spoke . doubtful of her recovery from the dreadful . shock which she had received. At Iennh . however, she appeared again but it was -with such a look of humbled piiJethat not even her direct enemy felt a disposition to - upbraid...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 March 1842

vincible determination never again to be en slaved by a besetting sin into which they had been once betrayed by the absurd customs of so iety invoking high heaven to witness their sin cerity, must, excite the admiration of every friend of the human race. The candor, firmness, and high souled magnanimity, which enables a man publicly to express, from his own full heart, his deep convictions of his own past errors, and the beneficence of the spirit which prompts him to strive to atone to society for the same, by en tering the field as the Champion of reform can not fail to create, in the breast of the Philanthro pist, feelings of moral sublimity. And this is not all we saw on that occasion, young men sitting examples worthy the imitation of their seniors or their sires, by pledging their ' sacred honor that they would assist to suppress an evil, compared with which all other social vices dwindle into insignificance. This- is as it should be ! The frinds of benev- olencc and virtue hav...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 March 1842

POETICAL. ' Dattle of Sew Orleans. BT JESSE E. DOW. Dia of arms and trumpets clang, Round belergued Orleans rang, Martial drum and piercing fife, Called the Patriot's soul to life. Fathers from their children turned Every brest with vengeance burned, Aged men with hearts of steel, Started at the tocsin peal ; Mothers bade their sons defend Field and flood, till life should end; While the war-horse pranced in pride, By the King of river's side, On they come, their banners' fold Beaming bright with arms of gold Led by England's bravest knight, Panting for the coming fight, See their long extended line O'er the dark green prairie shine, While the never ceasing drum, Cannon's roar, and bursting bomb, Piercing shout and clang of steel, . Dying groans and noisy wheel, - Bids Columbia's watchful chief From the mountains bring relief Now they meet in war array, . Clouds of smoke obscure the day, Roar of dread artillery .. Makes the craven coward flee, Now the flower of england turns, Packin...

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