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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 May 1842

vuk COUNTRY AND OUR CODITlt i WEAL. 'Why then are you so anxious to make matches for your girls? Why not wait and see whether Carry is not mm content to be sin"!e. BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. Remittance 1y Mail. 3"A Postmaster may enclose mon ey in a letter to the Publisher of a News paper, to pay the subscription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself." TERMS OP PI'lII.If TinV. The terms will be $2,00 to a club of ,,ve l'er steadiness of character, and three or more subscribers, paid in ad- j 1 e . ,or.e 1 a:n anxious to see her sel vancc. $2,50 to a single subscriber, if, , 'n. '""e paid within six months, and $3,00 if not I " "ell I don't think vou need waste BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO., MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1842. i because, Caroline is such n h.ire brained, thoughtless girl, that noth ing but domestic duties will ever paid till after that period. , 21r"No paper discontinued until all ar rearages arc paid, except at the discre tion of the Editors. Authoriz...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 May 1842

ilMnct from Dr. Moll's Travels. The colebrated Grotto del Cane, near Naples, famed for the fatal effect upon dogs of the carbonic acid gas that forms stratum upon its floor, is mere crevice in a rock; and the famed Lake of Avernus near it is a Jittla shallow pond; neither of them having about it any thing to justify Ihe extravagant accounts of the an cient poels. There is no old well or brewer's vat in any country that would not answer equally as well for the experiments on fixed air! The Doctor speaks in the utmost contempt of " Delphi" and its famed splendor and wealth. He says its site is a cleft in the almost inaccessi ble side of a sleep hill, and that it -ou!d never have been a place of -any consequence, except in the irrt agination of a poet. The Ilyrsus, consecrated to the Tnases, isa very insignificant rivulet, which would not be dignified with a name in our country. TAe.firre of Olives, near Athens consists mostly of huge trees, many, of which are doubtless the same un der...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 May 1842

TUG RADICAL BOWLING GREBNVMAY 7, 1842. To Tobacco Growers. Through the politeness of Messrs. Wm. Luce & Co., of Louisiana, we arc enabled to present in another column, a "New Orleans Prices Current," of a late date, to which we invite the attention of the Farmer, but more especially the Tobacco Planter, As the season has arrived when the 11 1 .1 mi .1 Planters usually have their Tobacco in readiness for shipment, it is natural to suppose that they feel a solicitnde to be advised of the market presenting the greatest inducaments for shipment; and as there are probably many who are so situated as not to be able at all limes to possess themselves of the requisite means of information, to enable them to come to a correct conclusion on this subject, we i have collected, for their considertion, such facts as will, we lelieve, point out the proper means of ensuring the best re ward for their labour and attention. When tobacco bears a high price, the planter may safely ship to eastern m...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 May 1842

T z f i J P 0 f t V B My liark is out upon the Sea. BY GEORGE r. MORRIS. My bark is out upon the sea, Tlie moon's above ; Her light a presence seems to me Like woman's love. My native land I've left behind; Afar I roam; In other climes no hearts 1 11 find, Like those at home. Of all yon sisterhood of star?, But one is true; She paves my path with crystal spars, And beams like you, Whose purity the waves recall In music's flow, As round my bark they rise and fall In liquid snow. A freshening breeze now swells the fails, A storm is on; The weary moon's dim lustre fails, Tho stars are gone. Not so fades love's eternal light When storm-clouds weep; I know one heart's with mc to-night Upon the deep. A False Criterion. There is scarcely a more common lault among the followers of Christ, than a pioneness to "measure them selves by themselves, and compare themselves among themselves;"' and yet, general as this propensity is, very few seem to be aware of its preva lence. This evil commences ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 May 1842

CIK lit tea BY HENDERSON & ADAMS, TERMS OF PUBLICATION. The terms will be $2,00 to a club of three or more subscribers, paid in ad vance. $2,50 to a single subscriber, if paid within six months, and !d,OU it not paid till after that period. jONo ppcr discontinued until all ar rearages are paid, except at the discre tion of the Editors. Remittance by Mail. J3"""A Postmaster may enclose mon ey in a letter to the Publisher of a News paper, to pay the subscription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by bimsclt. Authorized A sent: for tto Mad irn.lv R. M. V. Kcbciievai., Louisiana, Mo, A. Mase, P. M. Frankford, II. T. Kent, P. M. Clarksvillc, " C. E. Perkins, P. M. Auburn, " J. H. Bhittos, Troy, " B. Gibroh, P. M. Payncsvillc, " Doct. W. H. Nicklin, New Hope, " P. W. Overly, P. M. Shamrock, " J. D. S. Dbydeit, Palmyra, " Jobs Ralls, New London, " A. Hendkix, P.M. Spencerburg. " J. Crosthewait, Madisonville, " W. T. 1'oifD, P. M. Sugar Grove, " L. T. Mt'sicu, Hickory C...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 May 1842

ha beheld the earth flung upon the coffin which concealed the faded form of her whom he had once loved, the heart of the selfiih and worldly man as touched with pitv and remorse. But ho turned from Edith's grave to his own bridal and in the festivites of that gav srerr, soon forgot her who. after a life spent in the service of rapidity, and bids bur to nvnl the others, had fallen a victim 1o that j Baltimore society itself. The Dele chronic heart-break which destroys! van and other similar temperance as many a victim never numbered in the sociations in the "city and liberties, records of mortality. !Iiave been moving forward in their Gentle reader. I have to' J you a j successful and glorious career. It is simple storv, but one so like the truth, (Supposed that in Baltimore. N. York, you will be tempted to conjecture Boston, and Philadelphia, there have that the rer.l heroine Ims been nctu- jbecn not les than twsnty thousand e jillv linnirninvnn. Wi'l not the circle formed drunkards...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 May 1842

THE RADICAL. Bawling GreeneMay 14, 1842. By the latest intelligence we have from Washington, there seems to be a strong indication that the representation in Con gress, under the new census, will be fixed at the ratio of one representative for every sixty thousand five hundred of. population. The establishment of this j 1 VT f ! ratio would mane uie nouse 01 Repre sentatives consist hereafter, of two hun dred and fifty members. The Missouri Republican of the 9th inst says The steamboat Edna brought down, on Saturday, a small party of San ta Fe traders, who had with them 15 packages of specie, containing about 80,000 dollars. They were on their way to New-York. T ivo passenger on the Oceana, traiers, brought 50,000 dol lars in specie. Wheat Crop. From present indica tions, the wheal crop through this section of the state, the coming season, will, if no drought takes place, exceed that cf last year. 2j"B.ih.RUPT Law. The following .points were decided by Judge Monroe, in a case recent...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 May 1842

V U 0 C i V 22 FroM an Exclisnjo Taper- Trying to ricase E?rj lol5'. OR, HISTS TO PROTUER E31T0R8. Oae rador cries "Voar strain's too grave, Too much morality you have Too much about religion ; Give mo some witch and wizzard talcs, Of slipshod ghosts, with fins and scales, And feathers like a pi goon. "I lovo to toad," anothor cries, "Those monstrous fashionable lies In other words, thoso novels, Composed of kings, of priests, of lord, Of border ware, of Gothic hordes That used to live, in hovels. "No, no!" cries one, ''we've had enough Of such confounded love-sick fluff To craze tho fair creation; Give me some recent foreign news. Of Russians, Turks, the Teles or Jews, Or any oilier nation." The man of dull scholastic lore Would like to see a little mf.ro Of fir t rate scraps rf Latin; The preccr fain would learn the price Of tea, and sugar, fruit and rice: The draper, silk and satin. Another crirs, "I want more fun, A witty anecdote or pun, A rehussor a riddle." Some want the late...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 May 1842

-. . . . . "om couitjt in om countii's wm." BY HENDERSON & inr " - BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO.. MISSOURI, SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1842. nrni , TERMS OF PIBOCATIOX. Tuc Radical is issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. U"To a club of Three or more subscribers, (it paid in advance,) i wo uoiiars. iTSo paper discontinued until all arreara pes are paid, except at the discretion of the Editors. tTPostmirtera are authorized by law to for. ward monoy to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be tost taid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each sabsequenl insorlion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to these who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) will bo charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable iuvana. b!y in advance. For announcing candi...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 May 1842

Dialogue of (He Dead. George Washington, Thomas Jjprson, Alexander Hamilton, Joseph IJopkhison. Jefferson. Do you see that shade, Washington, just emerging from yon der grave? lie seems lw be a stran ger in these realms. 1 have not seen him before in tlio Elysian fields. Washington. Doubtless lie lias juil arrived from the earth, let us go and inquire ii he brings any news from America. . The last accounts have filled me with anxiety about the United States. W. So they have inc the per manency of the government and in stitutions, which you (Jefferson) and I devoted our lives whilst on earth to establish, begins now to be doubted by the most discerning mortals who have lately come amongst us. J. No wonder every account represents the slate of public morals to have become so baa, that often bribery is constantly practiced in pro curing laws to be passed, and legisla tive bills aro bargained for and sold lfte bills of exchange. W. Here comes Hamilton, let us hear whut his opinion is of...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 May 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling fcreen,.?ttay 21, 1S42. Rhode Island. Tliis small state cupics w6 snuic vi i'uuhu aueniion 1 ri, c...i.i:- .u-. .. and though it makes a great noise, and h, la , vengeance is threatend by either mrtv it-A f rust nn l.lfWI will Kr cn;n ! . any more serious damage done, than he ' fastening of deserved and evrrlnct.nJ stigma upon a portion of its citizens, .. .:.,!..... '""biurain. lie was livirn? at the last ac- The Suffrage Legislature was orga nized on the 3d instant. The votes for Governor being counted, Thomas W. Dorr, was declared elected. The inaugural address of Governor D. which was delivered on thc evening of, the same day, is spoken of as mild and conciliatory. It is said that thc procession on this occasion, numbered about 1,700 persons, most of whom were armed. Thc New York American of the 4th inst., in speaking of thc posture of afliiirs in Rhode Island, says: "We just hear by a gentleman from Providence, that in thc afternoon, Governor Door's Legisla...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 May 1842

The History of Life. J saw an Infant in its mother's anna, And left it sleeping: Years passed I saw a Gibx, with woman's charms, In sorrow weeping. Years passed I saw a mothor with a child. And o'er it languished; Yoars brought me back: jot thro' her tears sho sniil'd In deeper anguish. I loft her yoars had ranishod I rotumod, And stood before ha? : A lamp bosido the cliDulc widow burned Griefs mantlo o'er her. In tears I found hor whom I left in tears, On God relying; And I returned again, in aftor years, And found her dying. An infant first, and then a maiden fair A wife a mother And then a childloss widow in despair Thusm ct a bretlier.j And thus we met on earth, and thus we part To meet O ! never Till death beholds tho spirit Icavo the heart, To live forever ! From Graham's Magazine THE OLD WORLD. BT CEOaGE LVNT. There was once a world and a bravo old world, Away in the ancient time, When the men were brave and tho women fair And the world was in its prinio ; And tho Triest ho h...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 May 1842

BV HENDERSON &. ADAMS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. wcal is iftMicd evffry Saturday morn ing, at $2,31), it paid within six moiiI1i. and if payment be lunger delayed. Throe Dollars will be exacted. tTTo a cluh of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance.) Two Collars. ITTNe paper diacontinupd until all arreara ge are paid, except at the discretion of the Editor. ErFostmafterg are authorized by law to fnr. ward money to newspaper p-iblishens free of charge. All letters to tiio tdilors, by mail roust be post win. Rates of Atlvcrtisins;. One square, of 15 lines or lei-s, fr the first insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif ty, cents. A rcasoniblc deduction inado to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) u ill be cliarij. ed dautile the usual .itcs, and payable invar,u. b!y in advai.ee. " " For announcing candidates, SI each, sub. scribcrs to the Radical excepted. 17 Advertisements (except for yearly adver ti...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 May 1842

bagging, &c &.c, the importance of the hemp culture will be better un derstood and acknowledged, and the necessity of continued efforts in the culture more fully apparent- Important from the Apostle of Temperance. The following letter has been ad dressed by the Apostle of Temper ance, to Mr. Richard Allen. -CoR, Apr. llth, 1812. Mr Dear Friend Long absence from Cork, and almost incessant ad ministration of the total abstinence pledge, since my return, has preven ted me from reading vour esteemed Jtter until this morning. 1 thank -j, intoxlcati ings a little kind. Let them contrast the shocking spectacles which pre sented themselves heretofore on the Isold's day, with the calm decorum that at present universally reigns. The bacchanalian yell, that made hideous the Sabbath's early morn, is heard no more; the temples of the living God crowded with sincere wor shippers; the taverns, bridewells and brothels empty; the awful blasphemy, the false oath, and dire impiecation, nojlong...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 May 1842

THE RADICAL " Strike but hear me." ... ff . M,,li 1 ..uUunu31T- We offer an apology to our readers!11 l"ivccn Messrs. Stanly and for permitting another piece of bilinw- Dr. Crane's reply. Military. The Uattalion muster which took place here on vestcrdav. was highly creditable both to officers and sol-i diers. The Cavala-company in particu J Inr. exhibited a good deorce of ni;i;ta - I O O pride, which by the by is very essen tial lo the attainment of good military discipline. Their evolutions upon pa- rade were pi and precision, rade were performed with promi.tness "Neutrality"7 can have his produc tion by calling an 1 paying the potjge. In our p:iper of to-day, will be found a letter from the Honorable Jonx Mil ter, lo the citizens of this State, in which he declines becoming a candid ate for re-election to Congress; gi ing as his reasons, the deranged condition of Lis private affairs together with the im paired state of his health, &e. The ArroRTioNMEST Bill. The Ju dietary Com...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 May 1842

Alas! Bow Soon the Heart Forgets. T C. G. EASTMAN. Alas! bow soon the heart forgets Its deepest, wildest pain: Tin tear an hour the eye-lid wets And all i joy again; Still rushes; on tho tide of men, Ai though the past had never been. A year, one year is scarcely cone. Since, in tbe yellow Tall, Wo heaped the frozen clay upon - Tbe dearest of them all; And now, alas! as 'twere a dream, Tbe memory of that doth seem.- She was our life but yester morn. And by bcr tombstone now. We sing and plant the yellow corn. And drive the furiewing plough, As gay as if beneath that stone Were sleeping one we'd never knocn. The Printer's Prayer. Ob! thou great AraJofearlh and heaven. Who dost the howling tempest ride. Thy will the holy rule hast given: Be thou the Printer" friendly guide, When ere- thy azure boo expands. He sees in ttarry letter bright, Tbe work of thy eternal hands; Great sovereign of eternal light, , With Heaven's effulgent type, serene The beautious rainbow's cheering ray, Imprin...

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

. "our country and our country's weal." nv iirvnrncnM e. muro TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tn Radical i issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars rill be exacted. IXTa elab of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in erfcencr,) Two Dollars. (QKo paper discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, except at the discretion of the Editors. rrPoilrairters f authorized bylaw to far. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the bailors, by mail, 'must be post run. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif. , Xy cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of s per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b!y in advance. For announcing candidates, SI each, sub. scribers to the Radical excepted. ICT Advertisements (e...

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

THE MIDDLING CLASSES. Life among the middling classes is too little noticed and we fear too lit tle known. We use the word mid dling, as that is one of the many con ventional terms in use, and more readily conveys what we wish to ex press rank equally remote liom high and low moreover we apply the word to the circumstances of indi viduals without reference to their real and moral worth. A great number of years and daily contract with all classes, a necessary eonsenuenct; ot , j , car business, have induced us to lorm a very high opinion of the worth and r.haractcr of the middling class. We feel always safe in appealing to them upon any subject their action is always cool, deliberate and safe the common place and business na ture of theirlives their usual intelli gence ihcir plain, honest way ot living their habits of industry and toil, expanding the intellect and ma king the iudguient clear, cause us to trust them much sooner than those of a higher grade, w hom purse has made proud,...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 June 1842

.epcut.!, auuiiw un no unkind feelings towards any ouefur for reasons for such feeling I have none, but liiivpnnnfi !.., fur the contrary feeling I have :nany but to illustrate the bearing of a great truth a truth which has shaken the globe itseir, and which I hope will con tinue to govern the world as lung as it continues us revolutions upon us axis. I say again, there was no constitutional : .. ti t . i Tt form of government in Rhode Island bv which that community could be consid credto be properly a member of this Union, until the constitutional form of government was framed and established, and brought into being on the 3d Slay, 1S-J2. Sir, what is the state of this matter? 'The old thirteen States of this confedere racv consisted of what were, prior to 177ti, the tiiirteen colonies of (I real Bri tain, of which Rhode Island and Provi dence Plantation was one. A revolt took place among the colonies; that revolt assumed the form and bore the aspect of a war; as stn-h, it wns pros...

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

T1 NOTICE. IHE price in the 1'emile School in Bowling Green, for a .Seisoo of five month, are. For Spelling. Reading and Writing, $ 5,00 ! Arithmetic, Grammar and Generaphr, ,.) Rhetoric, Astronomy, I'hiloFOphy, Drawing and Paiuliup, " 10,00 Young Lb dies from abroad can he accom modated Kill, board at $1,5(1 per week. EZA HUNT. LEVI PETTIKONE, S. P. ROBINSON. Way 14, 1542. :t 2-i Administrator's Sale of Ilea! Estate. IN pursuance of an order of the Pike County Court, made at the May Term, 1842, the undesigned Administrator de bonis non of the Estate of William N. Al )en, deceased, will expose to sale, before the Court House door, in the town of Bowling Green, on the first d iv of the next August Term of the County Court, for said county, the following Renl Estate of said deceased, fit : the V . f of sect. 13, T. 04 X -, R. 2 Wost; also ten acres adjoining the above, on the west end of S. E. qr. of quarter sect. 13, tame township and range; nlso the E. i P. E. qr. ect. 14. same rany...

Publication Title: Radical, The
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