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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 April 1842

"7T i ;. Jt Ht D HfiNDiisos, Editor The U lion of the States and the States of the Union. ASD .FbOPXICTOB. VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO.' SATURDAY, APRIL, 2, 1842. NUMBER 22. lit SiSIci C - c t - - . . Remittance by Mall. " .Fo iHt Post Mastee Gbheeal. 3rJ""A Postmaster may enclose money In a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the sub gacription of a third person, and frank the letter, ' if written by himself." j, . . . Terms of the "Radical," 2S-IN VARIABLE, .S 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. - S"N paper discontinued until H arrearages f are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor. The following gentlemen are authorized to . act as Agents lor tne "Kadical.. R.M. Kebciieval, Louisiana, Mo. - it A. Mask, P. M. Frankford, rIH.T. Kent, P. M. Clarksvillc, C. E. Perkiss, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Bhittos, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Paynes...

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

apartment filled ;Witri the splendor of the evening sky?1 There kneeled Justa by the bid of his father,, who sat looking into the heavens, while his pate wasted countenance gleameJ strangely in the rosy light. Got . treiuh full upon the old man's bosom, who stretched toward hi:n his withered yel low hand, and said, " You have come just ia time my, son." Justa related, ia a few words, how the fa ther had overwrought himself in attention to his duties, and had -been now, for some days, half sunk in leatheargy; seeming to take no more intetest in all that had once been dearest to him. As he spoke, the old man heard not, but continued gazing upon the sun, sitting now behind clouds of crimson and gold. Suddenly the heavens were over t clouded; a dead calm lasted a few minutes; ihen fell heavv shower nf min r th lirrhtninn streamed through the chamber, and th. thun der rolled among the hills. It seemsd that - the disturbance had aroused tha dvintr man -'from, his, stupor: H hear," said he...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 April 1842

Jf We learn from the papers received by our Thursday evenings mail, that the number of Mexicans marching against Texas, is not so great as it was thought a short time since. How ever, there is a considerable army in the field, The Texiahs have retaken several of the 'towns captured by the Mexicans, and they are making the most vigorous exertions to be in sucn a state of readiness, that they may kill and capture every hostile foot " that is set upon their Territory. Jf Our news from Congress is of little or no interest. 5- The Editor of the " Missouri Reporter,' has taken a course in reference to the temperance movements in St. Louis, that we did not expect. He has given his objections to the cause, which we would endeavor to remove.if we did not sup pose that the Editor of the "Bulletin," whose Temarks it appears elicited them, would save us the trouble, by doing it himself. We commend the course pursued by the Bulletin, in reference to the Temperance reform most highly. We believe ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 April 1842

POETICAL. 'From TaWs Magazine.' A Cry For Bread. """'- BT MAJOR C ALDER CAMPBELL. :'r I iaw a starring mother stand - . By the gates of a palace proud, With a whining boy in either hand, And an infant wailing loud; An infant wailing loud, for dry Was the fount had wont to hush its cry: And all that the starving woman said Was j "Give my children Breadl" ' Forth from that palace proud there came Three high and noble ones; The first was a Bishop, stout of frame, A chief 'mid the Church's sons; Slowly he strode, (or he was fat ... But, as he passed, he banned the brat Whose cries disturbed his reverend head; Yet the mother only uttered "Bread!"' The next that fared from that palace door .Was a Peer, of an ancient race; And he scowled on the beggars, and loudly swore To drive them from the palace: Twas hard, 'twas very hard his doors " Should be thus betet by threes and fours Of idle wretches!" So he said, Still the woman only murmured "Bread!" And then paced forth a lady fair, With a p...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 April 1842

J. H. D. Henderson, Editor and Proprietor. The Union of the States and the States Of the Union. I. W. CrKiuKciiAif, rciifsiB. VOLUME 1. ' BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, APRIL, 9, 1842 T NUMBER 2S Remittance by Mail. From the Post Master General. SS' "A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter tothe Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the subscription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself." Terms of the "Radical," 23INVrARIABLE,g The terms will be $2 to a club of three or more subscribers, paid in ad vance. $2,50 to a single subscriber, if paid within six months, and $3 if not paid till after that period. 2TJNo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the dis cretion of the Editor. The following gentlemen are author ized to act as Agents for the "Radi cal..' R. M. KtRcnnvAL, Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, " II. T. Kent, P. M. Clarksvillc, " C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, " J. H. Britton, Troy, " B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesville, " P. W. Over...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 April 1842

we were kept all night, lying in heaps, one upon another, and suffering the most intense agony from the close nets of the confinement and the pres we of the ropes with which we were bound, and in full hearing of the dispates in the council ca!lod by the Governor to deliberate upon our destiny, which decided about day-break, by a single vole that we should not be should not be shot but marched off to Mexico. At sanrise we had to take op our march for the city of Mexico, about 8,000 miles distant the soldiers tell ing us that we were going to the mines. Bound six and eight togeth. er, we were forced to travel, the three first days about thirty miles each day without food, and even denied the privilege of drinking when we were wading the small streams, through which we were marched. We were stripped of hat, shoes blankets and coats. The Governor himself took from me my blanket and buffalo, robe, cursing and striking the prisoners and raving like a madmam; because (as he beard) his wish...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 April 1842

THE RADIOL. SATURDAY, APIL, 9, 1842. f"There will be preaching in the Court House in this place on to-morrow, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., and a meeting of the Moral Reform Associ ation at the same place, commencing at 3 in the evening. A speech or two may be expected on that evening, suitable t the occasion. The opponents of the cause are respectfully requested to at tend, and if it is their wish, they shall have an opportunity of giving their ob jections, at length. JjFor the satisfaction of our readers, who have not had an opportunity of read ing Southern papers, we give in to day's paper, an account of the capture and suf ferings of the expedition to Santa Fe; written by Mr. Franklin Combs, one of the sufferers, after lie was liberated and bad returned home. - ... . The accounts from Texas are fraught with interest. It was thought a while that the Mexican invasion was likely to turn out a hoax; but the spirits of the brave and chivalrous Texians are highly elated with the pro...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 April 1842

PROSPECTUS, or a WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, CALLED "THE RADICAL." Tt FLISHED IN THE TOWN OF BOWLING GREEK MO, TO BE DEVOTED TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE, MORALITY, RELICION, LITERATURE AG RICULTURE &c. . THE undersigned liaving purchased the "Radical" office, designs continuing the publica tion of a paper in the same plaoc, and under the same name; but with this change in its course party politics will be dispensed with. The prime object and highest aim of the "Radical" shall be to profit and to interest the reader. In our ex ertions to accomplish these objects, truth solid truth, shall be our guide our polar star; for we do not believe that any individual or communi ty can be permanently benefited by falsehood or deception. Believing the welfare of society to be insepa rably connected with the cause ot education morality, arts and agriculture, they shall receive our most cordial and hearty support. Foreign and Congressional intelligence, with the current news, shall be given at the earliest ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 April 1842

-J H.D. Hefdebsow, Editor awd Phopbieto. 1 Peace on earth and good will towards all men." I. W. Ccs.tiucham, Publishes. ' VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, APRIL, 16, 1842. NUMBER 24. 5 . 4 I l i 1 .1 j 1 II .A ' Remittance by Mail. Fo the Post Master Gehekal. ' JfJ- "A Postmaster may enclose money in letter tothe Publisher of ' Newspaper, to pay the subscription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself." ? . Terms of the tcxT," The terms will be $2 ty a club of three or more subscribers, raid in .ad vance. $2,50 to a single subscribers if paid within six months, and $3 if not paid till after that period. JTjNu paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the dis cretion of the Editor. The following gentlemen are author ized to act as Agents for the "RADICAL-' It. M. Kercheval, Louisiana, A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, H. T. Kest, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Brittox, Troy, B. Gibson, P. M. Paynesville, P. W. Overly, 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. — 16 April 1842

putiismeDt of suffice. The ed decidedly that . bo done; and, the ..of, demanded his pass .e turned to France. Ve have beared nothing further cf .his national dijjicuhy ur.U lattly. A New Orleans paper of a few days since has a translation of a correspon dence between M. Guitzot, Prime Minister of France, and the Texas charge d'affaires at Paris. The French minister represents the King s having been insulted through the indignity inflicted upon his minister, ' and demands reparation takmg oc caiion at the same time to upbraid Texas for her failure to vindicate the dignity of France, who was first to recognize her independence. Mr. M'lotosh, the Texan ambas sador, regrets the view of the matter taken by M. Guizot, and promises to refer it "to his Government for further instrctions. This-correspor.dcnce occuned last fall, we f uppose the affair is still unset tied." .Texas is like to cet into a dif ficulty witH la belle' France unless she makes the amende honorable. If she does not, an...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 April 1842

SATURDAY. APRIL, 16. 1842. By request we have inserted the Con '. stitution, of the Bowling Green Moral Reform Association, by the nerusing of which the communiry may be advised of the object the society has in view, and the principles by which it will be gov erned. The editor of the "Western Missou rian" appears to think it a difficult task 4now-a-days to run a straight line be. ween all the political parties." We say to friend Kennedy, notwithstanding the task may be difficult we will have the satisfaction of knowing that our course is the correct one. It has been assumed, and justly too, that the truth always lies between the extremes.- X)ur situation 'though unpleasant fn sfee respects, is desirable in many othafi. Conscience unfettered and free, we en bear patient ly and cheerfully with many of the per plexities attending our situation. We are not compelled to advocate men and meas ures that our heart is opposed to. We are at liberty to encourage and commend virtue, honesty and...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 April 1842

wHwST, From the Ocean. The Mother's Parting. The sun is up with a crimson clow, 1 In the sultry summer sky; And a tear is on the youns bride's cheek As she turns to say good bye. The joyous voice which raised to sound, With a mellow flute-like tone; Falls like a morning wind-harp's note O'er which the breeze has blown. The mother looks upon her child, And holds her to her heart; As the miser o'er his treasurer bends, Frem which he's forced lo part. And cr.n it be that thou must go, My beautiful and gay; Ah! desolate will be my breath, When thou art far away. The birds will warble their glad notes But thy clear voice, more sweet, Will make no echo's o'er the hills, Sly list'ning ear to greet. Thft flowers with which .1 Jov'd to . deck ( Thy sunny clust'iing hoiis, Witt fragrant beath around our sot, Will still perfume the air. The meadows still will verdant bloom The blue stream wander free, But I shall mourn my bright eye'd girl In loneliness for thee. Thou goest to prove a slrangei...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 April 1842

T .ri . . " m i i -' , -i . . ... . . . . iii .--i ' ' . . . " . "oua country and our country's weal." " l hENDERSOnT"aDS ; BQWLINcT GENHKEOTnSSOUBJ, SJnVRDAYTt 0L' '-N0- -3 I u ' if... .u. .....i.i. iu ,.:n !., tUn r;crhtl kThe Fatal Advice. Iip-im m at hnmc. for Tlwas nshamedt Jim Joyce. I mittance 1T Mail. '-i mai n is staiea me anuuui wu i uui " wu . .D---i , umxx mnt:nn f i,.m ; r n.nvv a-LU. and mav be longer. It is tale of the stagb coach. to no there as folks had began to take I Fnntf THE rOST XUi" " , I To(m,dPr mav enclose mounts to nearly two thousand tons: I L- L .L 1 J v.- . 4 ipnpr luluc upsinrs ivn rn. inn lRmimii iui uic mOllc y iu - ... i 5 " a Newspaper, to pay tie subscripton of shipp;Dg ;s not jess than ofa tiurd person V-- , abmjt thousand tons more; if written by himsell. making an aggregate of nearly mir- Terms of the "Radical," teen thousand tons the price of iriNVARIABLE, , -which is put at Irom 220, and by The terms wm m . id u . . per ton. three ormore sub...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 April 1842

A BILL To authorise the adoption of mea sures fcr the occupation and set tlenrtnt f the Territory of Ore gra, foi extending certain portions of the lavs of the United States over ths same, and for other pur poses. Whereas, the title of the United Slates to the Territory of Oregon is certain, and will not be abandoned: therefore, He it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the U. States of America in Congress as sembled, That the President of the United States is hereby authorized and required to take possession of the Territory of the United States bordering on the Pacific ocean, and cause to be erected, at suitable places nnd distances, a line ot military posts from some point on the Missouri riv er into the best pass for entering the valley of the Oregon; and also, at or near the mouih of the Columbia tiver. That tix hundred ar.d forty acres of land shall be granted to every white male inhabitant of said Terri tory, of the age of eighteen years and upward, who shal...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 April 1842

THE RADICAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1842. Dr. Crane, a practical Phrenologist, is now in town, and has taken Tooms at Mr. Atkin's Hotel. We recommend to Speculation. A lawful game of. We are authorized to announce Thos. hazard, in which lands, stocks, and sta- ' Cash, as a Candidate for the office of pie productions are used instead of As8cssor t the next August Election. Jf-It will be seen from the head of . a who Bre inclined to have their nog-j cards. They who play the game out We are authorized to announce O. ia number of our paper that Mr. I. Sln s examined, to give the Doctor a i are Infers. The winners are those that S. Jcnnicns, as a Candidate for Consta- mtently watch a favorable stage in the "le wr uivre lownship at the ensuing game, when they fill their pockets fron "SUK Jteouon' hia number ot our paper i 11 Adams has become a co-partner in the :cal1- Radical office, whose qualifications for Jf-We learn from the "Boon's Lick the responsible and important station Democrat" th...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 April 1842

From lAe Bulletin. To Mm Melissa A or Cincinnati. fc irwut (bit the world contained A form so Jorely as thine own. Nor deemed that litre such beauty reign' J, Humanity would fix her throne. For I bad marked, where eyei were bright, Too well their owners knew their power, And armed them with their daxzling light The son emits at noontide's hour. Too proud to veil a single ray. Or one effulgent glance surrender. And glittering through theoib of day, And scorning twilight's softer splendor. I know not where the form display'd. Such symmetry and grace as thine. That intellect would lend its aid. And sentiment there raise its shrine. For I had marked where form and face, Had beauty'svaried form combined, There oft was wanlirg feeling's force. The beam of soul the ray of mind. Aod vain has been each studied art, And futile every cold endeavor, The light that comes not from the soul, A moment chines, then fades forever But I at last have turned from these, Whom once I knew, to gaze on thee...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 April 1842

ml cm & . "em , i We J risfir I it it eof fi "OUK COUKTBT A S D OD COBKTKt's WEAL. will fiogs- i BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. Remittance by Mail. FaoM the Post Master General. Jf" "A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the subscription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself," Terms of the "Radical," JIN VARIABLE, 2 the terras will be sz.to a club ot three or more subscribers, aid in ad - vance. $2,00 to a single subscriber, it paid within six months, and $3 if not paid till after that periods. SJNo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the dis cretion 6f the Editor. The following gentlemen are author ized to act as Agents for the "Radi CAL." R. M. KrBcnrvAL, Louisiana, A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, H. T. Keut, P. M. Clarksville, C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, J. H. Brittov, Troy, B. Gibso.v, P. M. Pa5-nesville, P. W. Overly, P. M. Shamrock, J. D. S. Dkvdes, Palmyra, Jon.v Ralls, New London, Mo, A. ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 April 1842

AxncF.i.oTE of Da. Franel:::. The doctor was walking one day in Front street, in the city of Philadel phia, at the dawn of our Revolution, when he was thus accosted by a tar: 1j your name Den Franklin!' Yes. Are jo'.i the man who invented the sawdust pudding?' Yes, replied the Doctor: Then,' said the s ailor, 'don't give the receipt to make it to old , our merchant, or ho will feed all his crews on it.' The story of the 'sawdjst pudding, as it was called, nrosa in this man ner. The Doctor Uud conducted an independent paper i.i Philadelphia, which gave o!l nca to a class who wanted to rule everybody in their own way; and the heads of this par ty, some fifteen or twenty, informed the Doctor that they would frown him down, unless ho would submit to the curb. The Dact. proposed to explain, r.nd fixed the lime at his house, where the gentlemen were invited to dine. Ile requested his lady t employ two ! V'.Uon, qnicknf ss, and an abject reve pence in the purchase f a peck ofjrential f.ibh...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 April 1842

War, relative to the sale of the lead minei in Wisconsin and Iowa, had been laid on the talie. Tha Secre tary expresses the opinion in that re port that tha President of the United States has now the power to order jfrom Mexico, to the 16th inst. It isreport these lands to bo sold under existing ed ia Mcxico that Santa Annabas ne" legidation. That there might be no1 h Englishmen, for several doubton that point, he moved to re -! !.lons. " an? putl" Pawn .e ... . ....t.-r.. iClifornias for Security. A revolt is ' , , . -, . , i ruouc wnas.w.1.. a .u.uc ua, committee might examine the ques tion end give their views upon it which motion was agreed to. OHEGON TElllUTORY. The bill t " authorize tiie adoption of measures for the occupation and settlement f the Territory of Ore con, and for extending rertain por tion! of the laws of the United Stales ! over the same, was taken tip in its next, under the supervision of Miss order as in C.mm:ttes ol tha Wa de. Cbiswold; a young lady, we are ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 April 1842

3 0 t t V ?J . From the Madisonian. KlI.E COf.lMBIA. T raw tlie sword ! and bare the arm ! Let the flag of freedom float ! Nations hear the wild alarm Millions sound the tocsin note; Oa the hills where thousand's met. Terrible in war's array, (ili-am aguiii, bright bayonet! Cymbal's clash, and Trumpet's bray ! Island's of the Deep, n jok t!, j Tribe of Bramali. weep no more! Canada, lift up thy voice! China, guard thy secret score! Egypt, shout again in piide! Old CalTraria, sleep alone Greece, awake! on Athos side Western India, cease thy groaiil Lo, a nation of a day, Arms herself to meet thy foe; Millions on their w inding way, Like their mountain torrents flow! Hark! the drums of Bennington Rattle lo the Southern fife! Mothers urge the legions on Sisters cheer the stream of life. Onward, oiiu-rJ, rolli the tide! Hills and valleys woods and plains, Tour their tribute far and wide, Echoing to the martial strains; Flags that long in dust have hung, Crimsoned with the blood of old, ...

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