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' PLAN TO REMOVE STUMPS.
The Western Marnier nnd Gardner for
A9gust -Contains a communication upon the
subject of removing stumps and as the ma
chinery is chcap, and a sample, within the
means of every farmer's procurement, nnd,
s we Wieve, will prove efficient, we copy
Iho descriptive part of the piper.
""Procure a dry red-elm lever, about twen
ty feet long and about six to eight inches in
ifiamter :i good stout log ciiain, with Hvn
'yokes of oxen; tlrs isnll the machinery that
... is necessary. The nude f operation is thus:
'wrap The log chain atound the stump a little
above tire ground, nnl make what is called a
loghitch; lay il levtr horizontally, on t'.ie
- ground, tlic lHr--e enJ nex. t tlic chain and
aVnnst the stump-: 4na-: ffie oilier en 1 of
the chain fist T.n this erd of the bvcr. draw
ing the lever tit: lit again: :l:c :u.isp; the eat-
..- we bitched ! - i- t;iiaSi i
tliiw. : .ii-.i -the sunup m c
the lever ts the Tiwtus. line rcvo.ution o!
the ox-u oronnd tlie s'cn will generally
twist out the largest of thi n:; Inst should not
the power thus applied be sudi-.ucnt t.
move ilie stump, tire side roots nsav ve un-
covered and cut partly off", after this is done,
"the stump will he easily removed.
"The Mechanic, sir, i one of God's No
t.lemen What hive Mechanics not done?
Have t'.uv not opened the secret chambers
of the mishty deep, and extracted its trcasu
res, and made tlie rning billows tlr-ir high
v:iv. on which thev ride as x ?. tanm steed
Aren-t the elements cf Fire and water chain
ed to the crank. wnS, .t "1w Mcc'iiRnic.'s hid
Iiii". compelled to turn it "? K ive u.it Mo--hanics
opened the bowels of the earth, and
made its pro.'.uif.s contribute to their wants!
The fnrked lightning is their plaything; nnd
xhey ride triumphantly on the wings of tlie
mighty wind. Tolie wise they are tlie
floodgates of knowledge, nnd kings nnd
J........f a. I vt.ntf 1iMnliii-i't-j
'F " .irwv
who made the universe was a trreat .tie
chanic." Fruiu flirJGirprulT of linnet.
We fo-und ti e f.)i!w.ing m tlie U :i
Signal a an extract. 1"t is excellont,
ever may be its authnr. .V. F. Mivhanir-.
Mx-ifivir. If tlwrc is av shwnlion "rt
ifet1v;y l.-:.blC..iits tfa': .f r.n induslri
HlCLll'iAli., iih ay iti-. it -
... 1- i... I .. " .i.i ..i :..
1.C CBiilUII!ll:U I VajJTVUIOIC ltli.(J III li. ,
who, comiocneing in poverty, by his skill
anJ perscerance ovtrcorns every !tacl.
vamjuishes every yjHdio, and huililstm fir
liiiHsal a repute Uo value is Lilian-
i -i ... ri - i . 1 J
cln. Annie v. i mr, :,etru
tht this siUwtKiii k atta'.nahle to ail who!
have health and a parable knowledge f j
their business. Iwdnvtrv and virtuous am- j
Iiition are seldom ex-rted vfitK't producing
tlie happiest re.-u!ts.
' Tav.'or, the author of the Statesman, has
the flowing apt obsf rxalwns on the habits
of niblic men.
Jfh is been observed that mn of great
sb ltiesare general!? of a large a-d vigo -
T.iis atiiai d nature. I !:ave heard it remark-
fhy a tatesnnin of higli reputat'on. that
jinst great men have i!i,l over-eating theiu
clve. and wi'ho'.it su'hscribingto this remark,
would say that i' po;nts to a principal per
il in the life of such men, namely, the violent
craving for one kind r,f exci'e r.cit which is
left as in a void bv the Primes "f another.
n, statesman would live long, he must, pay :i
jealous and watr'uf il attention to his diet. A
patient in the fer-r -ard of the hospit d,
5iar--ey reptires t be more ci-cfully regu-la-e
l in 'his r irlic jlar, and lie -!i u!d ob-
S3i ve 'h it there are tr.o fdse ajipctite to
w hi'fh he is liable the. one an appetite resu.t -
W' ifon ia icUectti.il tnb, v!ii.Ji timuh n
altogether morbid, is not to be relied upon
for digestion in th; same degree as that which
i osu'ts from boidily ex ircise; the other pro
ceeding from nervous irritability, which is
purely fallacious. Tnoss to whom public
speaking is much of an cftbrt, (and it tries
the nerves of most men, even afterthey have
been accustomed to it for years,) should, if
possible, dine lightly at Itast an hour before
they are called on to speik, and should re
sist the propensity whiel they feel to eat
soon after they have spolen.
U.S. Army asd Navy, The official Army
Registeribr 1841, states thai the United States
Army, in officers and men, numbers 12,539
the militia, 1,503,502. The American Na
y is composed of
Shipof the line, (74 and 120gunsV---1 1
razee, V5Q guns) l
Frigates, 1st clasi, (44 puns) II
21 class, (36 guns) 2
U Sloops of war, (15 to 20 guns) 21
lirigs (10 guns) 4
A s.-hooners, )4 to 10 eunsV 8
Steamers, (two fngates) 4
- Store sliips, - -, 3
'Tobacco Flaxtfu. We perceive
imeetimr of tlic tobacco tdantci's of
roc Countv, is to take place nt Pans, on the
first day of the next term ot the lUrnirne
County Court. The object .f tlie meeting,
says the Sentinel, "is to counteract by some
means, tlie conspiracies of certain tobacco
speculators in an adjoining county, who it is
said have held a secret meeting, nnd resolved
to give but a very low price for tlie article
at the opening of the market the present
If such be the fact, we hope the farmers
;iv succeed in '"heading them."' If farm
ers would but take the newspapers and read
them carclully, it would hardly ever he in
the power of speculators to get the ad van
tnge of them. Hannibal Journal.
From the New York American.
AKK1VAL OF TIIF. COIA MBIA.
Srrcn.'ecn dnjs later from England.
The Cobiin')ia arrived at IJ ston on the
21st,having Hit I.ivcrpjon the 5th. Her
passage 1o If ilifax Cas4i.tde' in thirteen days,
notwithstanding a verv rong'i s.a and hea
vy bend f !e.
T!:e Ui-ilinnia, from D iston, the IG'Ji Sep-
ie.:er, arnvct it i.'itjio.ii on t:te evening
r I . I
.f tiie 30'ii.
l iin ' . i u niii.i tiri-.i'js out 117 pissengers;
:n !tg tiicui is I.jr.I Morpetli, the author of
the 1 1 t'li Registration Rill, an 1 the unsuc
'essful Whi candidate fr the "reat West
Ri ling of York--!iire.
Wedoisot perceive taat any imp n tnnt
)o'i:irai iute'lig'-n : is hnuht by tliis ves
The r.CT Par'iia i:cnt was t .idjourn in a
few days until January or February. I'u
r ng the reee-s of I'a.'.iament, poli'ics are
la F ranee, all was iurt,npparcn!lv; nor, in
deed, d. es tli're upjx-nr any thing of tumult
or (tis.iK-ler, or of rumors of -war or dilficul-
tv :.fiv Itcre on the continent, and hence
the ftp? rs a e. ir. the estimation of politica
In commercial watfvs, tiiere seems some
!ig!ting up Of Cotl-m. !! I iverpool Times
of tJie iiist. s ij:
1 lie neimncl tor coit: last -vveei wa
i-rrv netivp ntl.l nr,-ic nn linn ,"iTtt n t.-n
uleni'V to i:tipr.tve. Ilie autumn demand
i both for cotton and woollen CofV.s, is verv
brisk -it nr- sen', an 1 ! irge (Tr,..Ti"itie: o
: t ist are g -ing to Ru ssia and Poland pr,
-,-; lw ti, dosing r.f the Ifciltic lv '.he ire
j'j'lrre is fiWt fowling in the. roKr:t y.tark-'
t;,..n tjlrr j,.ls wfn .tt ftnV tiir.e -previous!
, !lir;n;, t,ie 1rcs,nl .,.ar.
. . . i
I he 'Tain niarle'. had also :u!vance.I som
Money was in more demand: o m?, pro-
liaMv, in part, to the funding of live mil I i n
j stcilin" ol extl.eoucrl ills nnl noss bly by
ui n(w Ii);in ()f ( ;i.u, mi,-(,n,of ,I..Il:ir .1
vcrtise.l !or by the ricn-h (.overmet.t, .
which we fin.l li.is statement :
A royal ordin-.nce li.'.s appeared in the
Paris MonitcKr fir t'le lo-ig expected loan o
100,000,000 francs. It is to be paid
inontldy instalments, and completed in
' year 71 millions lo be paid in October :in
November, 11J millions in each of the four
j succeeding months, and 15 millions month
; aficrwards, until November, 1 012.
i he London natters are full ot t.ie new
lYo'n this sidB, earned by t!ie Ilrilannia,
the breaking no of Congress, the vrlnr, the
diswlu'i'in sf the Cabinet. Mcl.eod Sc
.Mi. Stov.'Rscn, the American minister a
If! the court of St. James, has engaged his pas
s.T.'e inth" G.-ijit Western, wliich will leave
Ib-ln 1 for New York October 2.
ii'!i n -l II Hise. n- ir .t. Asipa, the rest
tlen1:'? of fjord Din ) bonktc Colonel Hughes.
-was h i:n?d to the grouni on Tuesday night
; 'pje (i;nn!TC estimated at 50,000,
Adm'.r il Sir l-Mward Cwen has got the nava
command in the Mediterranean, in place of
Sir R. Stopford
Great surprise was created on Saturday,
the liith u!t. by the failure of a very old
and highly rrspjctible West India house.
Messrs. W. R. an IS. Mitchell. The fail
ui"'S of crops ia the West Indie is assigned
as the cause, and I is thoght they are indebt
ed in a very largi degree, though not to the
commercial word. One of the firm is a di
rector of the link of England.
One week's receipts from the principal
lines of railway in Great Britain, according
to the last retirns, amounted to97,G70 on
a capital of $37,000,000. Deducting one
half for expenses, which is full as much as
they average, there remains a balance for
dividend of about 7 percent.
Sir Stratford Canning, it is said, is appointed
Ambassador to Constantinople, luving declined
the Embassy to Vienna. T.
Alderman Pirie has been elected Lord Mayor
of Londtfn for the ensuing year. In returning
thanks to- the livery men, lie s-.id, "I little
thought, forty years ago, wtf 0- I .enriic to' the
of 'on, a poor Hr Vv "n flunks nl
we ivceu, in.ii i siiouia ever arrive at so nig..
The Duke of Leinstcr had taken the total ab
stinence pledge from Father Malhew.
At Lisbon, a very serious failure had taken
place, that of the Spanish house of Corpass,
Garcia & Co. The bulk of the loss (120,000)
will fall on the English cotton houses.
It is said that the harvest in Russia has not
been sufficiently productive this year to war-
rant tlie expectation ff any large cxpoftations
Laporte, for some years the manager of .undertaking, we desired it to be distinctly un
liart Opera, in London, died on Friday dcrstood, that wfe were pledged to no particular
the Italian Opcr;
week, at Etoilles, near Corbeil, where he had
a small country-house. His death was very
sudden. He awoke during thc'.uight on Friday,
laboring under a heavy sense of oppression,
and called for air, swallaWed a glass of water,
immediately aftyr which he was fatally struck
by apoplexy, and instanly expired.
On Tucsdejp.pjbSia frightful murder was
committed on Mr. Thirdna, the .landlord of the
King's IIcadEa$tcheap, by a man named Ulex-
ley, who had married his wife's sisten Tlie,
connexion did not prove a happy one, owing to
the misconduct of DIexley ; and his wife had
relumed to her brother .in-law, where she aelelH
as barmaid. Shortly after tea on Tuesday eve
ning, between nine and ten o'clock, the shop
door was heard to open several times, as if push
ed bv some one. As soon as the shop was clear
of customers, Ulexley came in, walked deliber
ately round the counter, drew a knife from his
bosom, and stabbed his wife ia the lower p.irt of
her person. Immediately afterwards lie made a
rush at Mr. RurJun, who was sleeping in a chair,
with a handkerchief thrown over his eyes, and
stabbed him in the abdomen. Ho then made a
hasty attempt lo stab Mrs. Bunion, and ran out
again, making his escape in the direction of King
William street. As he came out, Blexley,
struck at a man who was standing outside, and
who he thought was going to stop him.
Tlic murderer was soon after arrested al
though lie hail caused a report of his having
drowned himself to be circulated and committed
The Pope ha re-established the order of St.
John of Jerusalem w ithin his States, and con
ferred upon il the direction of the Pontifical mil
itary liunpi'.d. It was from the exercise of sim
ilar fiiii.'tioiis these knights derived their primi
tive title of 11,.,-i.it.dlers of St. Julia.
Mariiikii ( hi Tluird.iy. tlie Stii iut. by the
Rvv. Mr. Davis, Mr. .!.m- Knu, t. .Mi--
Sl'KKKNA W.To.V. .'ill of this I'olilftV.
WEEK 1. 1 rCEITK Al. AMI S2 M'EK,
CAM. I I)'
Pit!'!iir-l iii I!fwliz (inrn, Msmri.
Tin: above will be the title of an pajwr wn-th-r
a neir name to be published in Bowling Green,
Mn., by the undersigned. Willi the change of
name there will be so change in the political
course of the paper. "THE RADICAL" w ill
pursue tin.- same course as has heretofore been
pursued by the "Salt River Journal." It will
advocate a strict and rigid interpretation of the
constitution as the best safeguard of the rights of
the people and of the states, and as the only guar
antee of the durability of our union. It will op
pose the exercise of all doubtful powers by Con
gress, and as a necessary consequence will wage
an uncompromising war against a National Batik,
whatever name il may assume againrt a protec
tive tariir. .-"s wrong in itself and dangerous to llie
harmony of the members of the National Con
federacy nnd against the attempt to bribe the in
debted hlates into the support the Federal
i'..rty by a distribution of the proceeds ol the
sales of the public lands among the states.
Tin; undersigned arc desirous to extend the
cii ulation of the "Radical," and with this view
no cllbrt will be spared to render it acceptable lo
the Democracy of this nortion of the State.
From them we have lo look for much the larger
proportion of our patronage, and we shall strive
to make our sheet worthy of their support and , -n A true copy of the Order ta
of the great principles it advocates. The terms L,, . . ) ken from the record of sai l Court,
of subscription have been reduced so as fo make j )' In testimony whereof I, Josepli
ii one oi me cneapesi papers in uie Male; ami, il
not the best, wg intend taat it shall Le inf.-r
none in every thing that eonstilutes an able
Jhe lirst number of the "Radical".
issued on Saturday, the Gth of Novemb
sheet of a size of the "Journal;" but w
siderable improvements. A large portl
win dc in smaller type thereby
appearance and to the quantity of read;
ril . -A
i ne terms will be 2 to a club
subscribers, paid in advance. .
subscriber, if paid . w njiiii 6,
not paid till after that ncriod.
A. Jl. "1
TVOTICK is hereby given. iH
M ' signed has obtained trotnitii
Countv Court of Warren roivl
Administration upon the Est
Duckworth deceased, dated J
All persons indebted to said el
quested to make immeuiaic p.
all persons haling claims agairj
are requested ro osniuu inci
thenticatcd within one year A
said letters, or they may be pi
benefit of said estan
r I nm, an re" not nresenteJ witfiiij
thev will ho forever barred. 1
Nov. C, Kil.-.it.
. , or a . ' .
XnEAFi, BEUGIOI S, t ACR'.flLTL'ilAL 5EWSPATEI?,
rVDI.lSIir.D IX B0WLI.NC CREEK MISSOCBI,
Jit One Dollar per annum.
1 Encouraged by the liberal patronage bestowed
Pn "uu ukaii, tuc unueragncu
14 -. ...ill
I has made arrangements to enlarge it to Uouoie
sect, and that in no case, we should mcuille wun
politics. We shall continue lo occupy the same
ground. Sectarianism has been too often des
tructive to .the peace, harmony, and union of
the followers of Christ, while the pure ahd ele
vated principles of Christianity have as frc
jucnlly been contaminated by being mingled lu
the turmoil atid sljpfe of party politics. Wc
shall endeavor ti avoid both, as heretofore, and
wc Fliall qfily vary our original design, in devo
ting a larger portion of the enlarged sheet to the
iilferests of the farmer. We have received no
small norfioTi oTour patronage from that class of
our population, and as we look upon Agriculture
in snmo measure, ns- tlip Imndmni.l In ri-Tiionn
, - ... , . 0 , ., .
anil morahtv. in (10111? so. we shall lie onlv null-
, , - . be strictiy-decorous. Ahtse makes no con-
rectly carrying jut our former plan. It a Verts; virulence only serves to weaken a
vijjjetfloo, hclmportancc of which, both pro- g00(l C:.USP. Jt is therefore our fixed deter
fessors of religion, and non-professors, unite in j initiation to exclude 'personalities; as fir as
acknowledging, and jnasmnc-h, as wc have been, j it may be possible to d so, and uniformly to
contrary to our expositions much more liberally decline the ublication of articles unnecessa
encouraged by the latter, than bv the former, !"''., '"'" -r calculated to produce
, ,i ," ... . . 1 1 rui.s, sectional jealousies or schisms in iim
we shall endeavor to adapt our thect more to -,i . , . , . , .
1 ' part v with wl.ic.li we have hitherto acted. -
their wants and taste taking care at the some j Ojr"liis?:ne? will be ta Toliow, not tv lead;
time, that this sdiall only be secondary to our ' to exel t our encr:!es to promote harmonv
naun design that of Religion and Morality. j throughout the great Democratic family; ti
GEORGE 15. PRICE, j impress upon the minds of onrpolitical breth-
jreri the vital but somtbnes disreaarded trtirft
STATE "OF MISSOURI, a -"in iTcinn tl.rrc is length. "
County vt Warren. (, ' I The first nnmbor of the Rkposter will be
In the Circuit Court October Term, A. D. jsied about the fifteenth of December next-1-1
L j It will be somewhat larger than the .Washing-
1 i:rr .s. ii vrrc, torn-
SrrpiiSN 15. VIlEr.Ln.
T l II ?e Dr.NHAM. Johdan
Dcxn.vM. Fkvncis J.
Bkv.vs. Jons C- 3tc
K en sly, Defendau's,
Bill in Clianec
i ry to foreclose a
Now, at this day, appears said complainant by ;
W. X. Banie his solicitor, ami files his bill of
complaint. The object and general nature, of;
which is as follows to w h: said defendant. Sic-;
pb.cn B. Wheeler executed a Mortgage to said .
cumplainatit. whicli is cateil th oru cay o! rcb-
ruaiy I-'-4i, conveying In him said euinplainant
certain real csta'c u! said dek-nuant, to secure
the payment, of about nineteen Jiu.Y'frrd and
fifty dollars, it being the residue of the pur -
chase money cf said real estate, which had
been sold by said complainant to said defend -
.ant, Stephen 15. Wheeler, that said n.onev is
due and unpiid, and praving that n.rrf S.e -
, ,, J , ' -. .' , ,
phen 15. W heeler be made a Defendant to
said bill, anil that said Court decree that the
Kijtiity of redemption of the said Ste lien
15. Wheeler be foreclosed, and the IliOl t-
.r.nro.l urAn.iAd c.I.I 1. cti-'fL.- ( im..iinl rf t
the residue of said purchase money of said
real estate, winch is situate m Wnricn Coun
ty in Missomi, and that the premises are oc
cupied by John Dunham. Jordan Dunham,
i Francis J. licvan. and John C. McKcney,
who are also made defendants thereto, and
said complainant also files his affidavit, sta
ting that, said Stephen 15. Wheeler is n non
resident of this Slate. It is therefore order
ed by the Court, that said defendant Stephen
15. Wheeler be notified that unless he appear r
at the next 1 enn ol this Lourt, to be begun
and hehl at thi Court House in the town of
Warrcnton in siil County of Warren, on
the Fcond Monday of next Mirch, and an
swer the allegations in said Hill, the same will
be taken for confessed, and it is further or-,
dered that a copy of this order be published
in some newspaper printed in this State lorj
eight weeks successively, the last insertion to;
' be nt least four weeks belore the said
: Term of this Court.
I v. s, J 15. WelK (Merk
of taul est!r; anil if sucli rUinit Arc Ctt ;tatc(itcd
within tt ree jenra (com lie iln'e of mid lettnn, ttjpy
wiilhe foieer liarrnl.
t;F . REAP1.NO Jf-.;AdnV.
X&vriht.i-r G. 15 11 :i.
Hp HE undersigned, under the firtn of TjifN
- Si Van Akiw f.rp prcposes to publish a
ne-w sparer in St. a l is-. It will I e tl cir aim
to give early intelligence of passing events,
and firf;i;ent ntis!yctory ei tiers r.f the piin
cipal irarketsof the country, with an acu
rate Price Current r.f this city. The papef
will be utilitarian the champion of all cert
stitutional measures designed to lessen the
dangeis of navigation, and protect and cher
ish the vast inhad commerce of which St
Louis must be regarded aS the centre."
A portion ol the Columns of the Reporter;
will he devoted to Literature and Poetry,
for the gratification of tiiose who consider
variety the spice of life; and another porticn
to agricultural interests, and improvement
calculated lo devclope the varied nnd une-
quailed resources of Missouri, Illinois, 8cd
rnd the superior advantages t,f S?t. Loiyg
a city destined in a very few years to eclipse
all her sisters of the west.
The politics i.f lha Reporter v ill be Jeci-i
jdedly Democratic but whilst it will firmlr
jnd fearlessly maintain the just and genial-
principles of the great party of which it tt
I to be an humble organ, its course will e.ver
: . ... '. . -. '
! ton Globe or lutuligeneerf r.nd will be pub
lished on tre IciUuvving terms:
Dii'v pi-rr, half vpflr in SiWlixrr, - - - 19 OrV
piiii-we-kt hr nilva.T-t. -------- - (K)
I Wetklv, ,t : - .T Cfr
il is understood, ho-.vever that the suhsfcn-
! bers will no! be calieed nnon to nnv before
they received the first number of the pper,
- Advertisemen's will be inserted annually,
or otherwise, at the usual rates,
Arrangements are in progress which will
muble us to add the subscription list of Ihe
Argus to !!;at of the Reporter.
PEN N Jr.
t V P V f yVTtV p
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TJ!tV JfC'Ivf Clit'I"! R4.CES
1 trr IM, he tnn otor ihe Tror course U roilw
j 'Vest of Tmy, on Turuhiy the Sfc'th Ociohfr
1 "rx' : "!''e l" at- a f $M entranor, -Irt
","n ,he """I"'1 of ,!T p"re-
1 , , "'"J thf ra,'e he"s fn.T"ne T
'heil dollar, entrance, Ii) i cr cent on (he atnaArt
uf the cntraurr.
j On Sutnnlny the rrtih. mile iicat. hat three is fra
I f"r theentrnee-miiie of the two ptoceedin; day.
i rn,,ance '" dollBr, entrance money to be added fc
The fotlowin:: rule wa adopted by ihe club o
pcron !ill ntnit a hore for any puree tnder the
rontrol nf tin's Club, other tt.an a nicrkhtr, and hi
licinr a ciliion cf St. t'barles, Warreov Montgome
fy, Lincoln or Pike Counties nnd at leaii one thiol
j interc-teil, and at the unit lime prod'ici3 proof that
his hor-e belongs to one of the above eoaftbea set
lc than three mouths previous t the day of
Hy order of the club
fept. 2o, 1S4I.
Of a VaIa?Ie Tanjatfil c.
5 Y virtue of a deed of Trust executed to
a the undersigned on the 20lh day of No-
I veniber 1 fi.lfl. nnd recorded. in thf UeilordeM
otpl(.e t)f lhe Countv of Pike, bv Noah Atkin.
for tlie benefit of David McAlister, John
pllUIger?, James D. Tisdale and Tho.nas S.
W.iirs 1 !!! nrnrpul tn sell tn the hirrhest
, bidder lor cash in hand, tctore the Court
Hot.se door ia the town of Cowl