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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 June 1842

j i - : BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. nws nr prni.iriTIOV. jjk.TiiJ : :HUI amtv fin t n t-it . v mnrn- Tac kvbicai. j t S"1 50 f within i months, ana ifpMmentbe longer delayed. Three Dollar. ill be exacted. ITTo club of Three or more subscribers, r.fpiid in aJtanr,,) Two Dollars trNo pap" discontinued until ull arrnera-g-ware paid, except at the discretion of the tTPostmisterf are authorized bv law lo fir. d monv to newspaper publishers, free of eharge. All letters lo the Editors, by mail, must be rosr mid. Rates oflerlLins. One square, ofliWs or 1S, Cr the ist insertion SI; for each subsequent insertion fir. ty cents. A reasonable deduction made lo those who adverliso by the year. Communications or derliscinen ofa per sonal nature hen admissible.) i I be chare ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b'.v in advance. . , For announce candidates, 1 each, sub scribers to the Radical excepted. IT Advertisements (except for yearly idver. liser..1heu!d in all cases i accompanied by 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. — 11 June 1842

Mesmerism and the Moou. EXPEDIENCE OK A I..UY. I The Indy said tli.it four minutes was required to make a journey to the moon, on account of the diflicul tv of sundering the tie that binds a" person to the physical condition. When the four minutes had elapsed, even to a second, she said she was there. This is another peculiar facul ty of persons in the mesmeric condi tion, that they know at all times what time it is, can tell exactly to a min ute. The first thin? thc mentioned was the freedom and ease of breathing the moon's atmosphere. The mountains she described as being from seven to ten miles in height. The inhabitants are of two kinds. Those who inhab it the elevated parts of the moon arc very low in stature, being about two or three feet high, of a brown color, and very uiiintellectuul in their na ture. They live on the leaves of trees, and have small huts, into which they creep, to defend themselves from the" inclemency of the weather. Those inhabiting the plains and val leys...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 June 1842

I THE RADICAL. Bowling Green,.... J unc 11, 1842. Our latest accounts say, that Ex-Gov. Boggs is still mending and is nearly out of danger. 2J-The Covention which met at Jef ferson City on the 1st inst. for the pur pose of nominating seven candidates for Congress, to be run by the Democratic part', at the next August election, was organised by electing Ex-Gov. Dunklin, to preside as President, and Col. John Thornton and Judge Eareckson, as Vice Presidents: Robinson of Cooper county, and Minor of Morgan Secretaries. After the usual preliminaries on such occasions, the Convention made the fol lowing nominations, viz: JAS.M. HUGHES, of Clay county. Db. RELFE, of Washington. Dr. BOWER, or Monroe. JOHN P. CAMPBELL, of Crecn. JAS. B. BOWLIX, of St. Louis. JOHN JAMISON, of Callaway. WM. GILPIN, of Jackson. 2The first No.of a weekly newspa per, entitled "The Sucker and Tanners Record," published by M. J. Noyes and G. B. Price, formerly of this place, in Pittsfield 111., is now before us. 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. — 11 June 1842

kotici-:. ; rilUE piiccs iii tlic lVma! School in, jL Bowiii.g (tven, lor a t.'-oii of five months, urn, I For Spelling. Itcadir.j and Wiifing, $ r.,(VI Arithmetic, toainm.ir mi'l t; us:r;ipl.y, ,-ii Historic, Astrnnuiuy, Philosophy, Drawing' and Painting, $WM Young Ladies from abroad can lie accoin. rnortat'.-(l v.itli hoard at $1,50 per week. EZKA HI NT, LEVI PETTI HONK, f. P. ROBINSON. May , t-ii. - Administrator's Sale f ll:al Estate. TN pursuance of an order of the Tike County Court, made nt the May Term, 4'2, the undersigned Administrator dc bomi non of the Ei-tate of William X. Al len, deceased, will expose to sale, licf'iircthe Court IIoue ilnor, in tlie tnwn of Howling Oreen, on the first day of the next August Term of tlie County Court, for said enmity, the following Heal V.-tnte of said deceased, vit: the S. W.J of sect 13, T. M N., K. 2 West; also ten acre? adjoining the above, on the west end of S. K. qr. ufquaiter sect 13, tame town'aipan.l range; also the K. i S. E. q...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 June 1842

BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tbk 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. tTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the eption of the Editors. Postmasters are authorized by law to for ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosT ram. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, fur tlio first insertion 1; for each subsequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to than who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per in nil nature (when admissible,) will be charg ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. jiy in advanici jj- Fot announcing candidates, 2 each, invariably in adfsnce. CT Advertisement (except for yearly adrer. Users,) should m all cases be accompa...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 June 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling Green,..June IS, IS 12. The 4th. It will be seen by a notice ja to-day's paper, that the citizens of our village and vicinity, have made arrange ments for celebrating the coming anni versary by a Free Barbecue, at which every mother's son and daughter, in all the country round about these diggings, is respectfully invited to attend. We feel confident that no pains will be want ing to make the entertainment every way worthy the occasion which calls it forth. And that no one may be disappointed we beg leave to say that there will be furnished a copious supply of the pure beverage; cool, clear and sparkling, as that which followed the stroke of the prophet's rod in days 'lang sync.' SuAWNrtTOWN Bank. There is eve ry assurance to warrant the belief thit this institution is determined not to swerve from her purpose. Mr. Siddall, 1he Cashier, who was in St. Louis on Monday last, gave most positive assur ances that the Bank would resume on the 15th, in accordance with ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 June 1842

The steamship Great Western ar rired at New York on the 3d instant, bringing two days later news from England. The London papers continue to caution the capitalists not to meddle with the United State loan, and say that none of it can be taken there un til our bankrupt states pay up. Great efforts are making n a parts of Europ?, and especially in England, for the relief of the unfor tunate sufferers by the great fire in Hamburg. The French cabinet has at length officially made known its intention as to the right of search treaty. Fi ance will not ratil y H either before or af ter the elections; this determination was made known by a very animated debate which took place in the Cham ber of Peers. The Count Lis Caes, the early and devou'd friend of Napoleon, died at Piissey on the 15th. Spiiii. The Chamber of Com merce of Malaga has published along address relative to the slave trade, condemning in the most violent man ner, the proposal for emancipating alaves in the Spanish colonies....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 June 1842

JOHN ADAMS, M. D. IIAV1KG located in the villaee of Ashley, will give prompt attention to any call in the line of his Profession. May 7, 1842. 3w27. SHERIFF'S SALT:. f N virtue and by authority of an Execution A issued from the oflico of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1'ike County Missouri, bear ing date the 15th day of March, 1810, in favor of James J. Ronhain, and aeainsl William Wrieht, George V. Wrijrht, and Ilczckiah A Lard, and to mo directed, I have levied npon and seized all the rirzht title and interest of the mid William Wrielit, of. in and to the fullow- ini? dosrribed Real Estate, to wit: part of lot No. 13, in the town of Ashley, in said county of I ike, being the same deeded by said James j. Bonham to said WM. Wright, CO foct front by 120 foct back; also part of lot No. '-!", in said town of Ashlcv, 122 feet front, on Fulton st , by GO feet back, being the same deeded by L. C M. Parsons and wife to said WM. Wright, and will sell the same to tbo highest bidder. for c...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 June 1842

BY HENDERSON &. ADAMS. TERMS OF FIBLICATIO.Y. Tbb Radical is issued every Saturday morn- -"Si vi " paid within six month, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars wai oe exacted. . CTTo a club of Three or more subscribers. in Pia in agvanre,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. CTPostmarters are authorized by law to fir. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of .cnarpe. ah letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosT run. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion 1; for each subsequent insertion fif. ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or adrc-nisementt of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) w ill lo chars;, ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b!y in advance. IT For announcing candidates, 2 each, invariably in d ranee. CT Advertisements (expept for yearly adver tisers,) should in all cases he accompa...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 June 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowliug Urecn,....Junc 25, IS VI. Riciit ADuur tace! Wc are re questcd to auuouncc to the people of the surrounding country, who were invited to attend a Barbecue which was to have been given on the 2d July, that the de sign is abandoned not that the spirit of 76 has departed from amogst us, or that it ceases to warm the bosoms and inspire the hearts cf our citizens but the fact that the session of the Circuit Court takes place during that week, w ill neces sarily prevent those w ho were expected to take most interest in the matter, from aiding in the necessary preparations. JTWc understand that Judirc Wells lias appointed A. II. Eucknek, Esq., of tins place, Commissioner in bankruptcy, fur this County, ond William Fesix, General Assignee. JTlie Shawncetovvn Hank did nut resume on the 15th inst. The only rea son assigned by the directors for failing to comply wilh their promise is, a fear tiutt there would be a greater demand for specie than could be met. Tru dcnce(?) i...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 June 1842

Anecdote of General Houston. A very amusing incident was re lated to us by several citizens of Tex as, which we do not remember to have seen in print. The fipl J of San Jacinto is an open prairie, slightly waving, so that the position of the Mexicans was on an eminence, Hank ed by an island of limber on one side, and the river on the other. Their lines could be distinguished from no other point but the timber; and when the charge was resolved up on, Gen. Houston ordered the troops to advance in quick time, and at the flash of the enemy's artillery, t drop so as to avoid the shot. The order it seems was understood by all the Texian s.ddicrs, except a man by the name of Ixve, formerly of Morgan county, Georgia, lie "was rushing on to the charge, in close column with the rest, when at the discharge, of the Mexican cannon the Texians were all prostrate except Love, wh fancied himself the only survivor. Of course he thought it useless to contend single handed with Santa Anna's whole army...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 June 1842

33oc tvn An Italian Boat Song. BT BULWtft. The moon shines bright. And the bark bounds light. As the stag bounds o'er the lea, We love the strife Of the sailor's life. And we lovo our dark blue sea. "Sow high, now low. To the depths we po. Now rise on tho surge again: We make a track O'er the ocean's back And play with bis hoary mane. Fearless we face The storm in its cha. When the dark clouds fly before it: And moet the shock Of the dark siroc. Though death breathes hotly o'er it. The landsman may quail At the shouts of the gale, Teril's the sailor's joy: Wild as the wares Which hie vessel braves. Is the lot of the sailor boy Bye Past Times. Tbc sky is blue, the sward is green. The leaf upon the bough is seen. The wind comes from the balmy west. The little songster builds its nest. The bee hum's on from flow'r to flow'r, Till twilight's dim and pensive hour; The joyeus year arrives; but when Shall bye past times come back again? I think on childhood's glowing years How soft, how br...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 July 1842

Cite 'OUR COUBTRT AND OUB,'cOU9Tll's WEAL. BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tbc Radical h issied every Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. XTTo club of Three or more aubseribera, ('f paid in mdvance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. CTPostrosEtert ere authorized bj law to for. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. Ail letters to the Editors, by mail, must be tost rxiu. Rates of Advertising. One square, of IS lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each vabsequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements ofs per sonal nature (when admissible.) will be charg ed duuble the usual rates, and payable invaria bly in advance. UT For announcing candidates, 2 each, invariably in advance. CT Advertisements (except for yearly 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. — 2 July 1842

THE RADICAL. Iltmliug Grcen,...July 2, IS 12. ATTENTION. rThe Candidates will address the citizens of Pike County as follows, viz At Spencerburg, on Wednesday the 6th day of July at Vannoy's Mill, on Wed nesday the 7th at John Brown's, on Friday Uie 8th at Ashley, on Saturday the 8th at Prairievillc, on Wednesday the 13th at Paynesville, on Thursday the 14th at Clarksville, on Friday the 15th, and at Louisiana, on Saturday the 16th instant. Shawneetown Base Notwithstanding lh promise and profession!, which for a time erred to keep expectation high, the faith of this institution has again been broken, and its paper, in St. Louis, has fallen In about twenty per cent, discount. We learn that a cr.rnmit. tea haa been sent by the Bank of Missouri and other institutions, to Shawneccnn, to effect if possible, some arrangement hereby the credit of the Bank may yet be preserved. But by the last accounts from SL Louis, we see there is but little probability that any i.nlisfdc. tory arrangemen...

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 July 1842

To me voters of Pike County, Fellow Cmzt.N-My name being if in well guarded and restricted, for the pur- f C. ! -1. 1 1 i l - pose of furnishing a circulating medium for I consider such an institution indis pensable to the commercial transactions of the people of the United States, to the financial and monied operations of the general government, and the convenience of the larmer and mechanic. In fine, I be lieve its advantages in a greater or less degree, reach every citizen in the com munity, however obscure his condition or limited his means I find many persons who profess to op- -. pose a isauonal Dank, and with the nest breath acknowledge that it is both useful and convenient to the people. But how such persons can oppose an institution that has received the sanction of the wis est satesraen and the purest patriots that have ever lived, 1 am at a loss to know When Washington, the Father of his country, and Madison, the father of the constitution, and Marshall, the father of the...

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 July 1842

Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. IN pursuance of an order of the Pike County Court, made at the May Term, 1842, the undersigned Administrator de bonii turn of the Estate of William N. Al len, deceased, will expose to sale, before the Court louse door, io the town of Bowling Green, on the first day of the next August Term of the County Court, for said county, Che following Real Estate of said deceased. ix: the S. W. , of sect. 13, T. 54 N ., R. 2 West; also ten acres adjoining the above, an the west end of S. E. qr. of quarter sect 13, same township and range; also the E. t n E. qr. sect. 14, same range and township as above; also 40 acres, being N. W. j of the S E. qr. sect. 14, same township and range, all being in the said County of Pike. The terms of sale will be one balf cash in hand, the remainder payable in 12 months from day of sale, ac.l bearing six per cent interest from sale till paid, the purchaser giving bond with approved personal securi ty, for the payment thereof....

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 July 1842

BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. TERMS Or FITBLICATIOX. Till 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. iLrTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollsc. No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at tiie option of the Editors. CyPostmasters are authorized by law to for ward money to newspaper publisher?, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rorr paid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg ed double the usual rates, cud payable inraria. biy in advance. iCT For announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in advance. ILT Advertisements (except for yearly adver. Users,) should in all cases 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. — 9 July 1842

His courage did not that awful moment. A f a A , ,j,,. ,.rTt;n quitted the cart unassisted, ascended the steps of the scaffold with the tread of one to whom tear was a stranger, and kneel in? down, laid his head up on the block, and gave the signal to strike. Two executioners stood hy, the youngest of whom, a mere youth, who was destined to officiate, raised his axe, and aimed a How at the vic tim, but so ill-diiected, and with so -unsteady a hand, that it feli upon the ckull,and merely wounded him. The cider one angrily pushing away his awkward assistan', seized upon the axe with his two hands, and directed his stoke with such vigor and dexteri ty, that the sufferer was at once put out of his pain, and the head of Lull y Tollendal rolled upon the scaffold. The inexperienced youth who had made his first professional essay upon the ill-fated hero was the sun of the young woman whose feelings he had outraged; he who had come to I j is j assistance was her husband; and thus awfully had...

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 July 1842

TI5E RADICA L. nowliii5recii,.....Juijr, 333y hst night's mail we learn that ...... 6 v.t.iwn in is that the Shawn cetown Rink will not at present resume; althougl.it is believed ine prevailing opinion in M. J.oms, i, or rather reported, by sanction and nu thort' of the bank no doubt, that every possible exertion will be made by the Di- rectors to effect an early resumption. I So it seems she is again at the old game j 1Jl,rn 10 Ulc L m,eJ tcs. Hal a pi- , gct away lrom the sior jowcvcr that letters had just been received by an of early resumption. But the people j'i'1"- Journal, ha? Can't you rympa- jailer a little trouble, the Iatan got tinder, arrival from St. Domingo, giving the im liavcbccn so shamefully deceived and llhisc wIth U3 in the gloomy prospect of ( way, and , had run three or four hundred porlanl information that a Revolution swindled by bank promises of late, that 1 1,avinS r surplus devoured by starving f"'.1' Vdna hof ou !'ro,n bad taken place in the Island-that P...

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 July 1842

THE BETROTHED. Had I mel Ihee in Ibj beauty. When my heart and hand were frees When no other claimed the duly Which my soul would yield to thee; Had 1 wooed thee had I won thee Oh ! bow blost had been niy fate ! But thy tweotnesaliath undono me I have found tlioe but too late. For to one my tows were plighted With faltering lip and pale; Hand our cruel sires united Hearta wore deemed of alight avail ! Thus my youth' bright morn o'ersbaded, Thus betrothed to wealthnd state. All love's own sweet prospect faded I have found Ihcc but too late ! Like the fawn that finds the fountain With the arrow in his breast. Or like light upon the mountain Where the snow must ever rest Thou hast known me but forge', me, For I feel what ills await; Oh! 'tis madness to have met thee To have found thee but too late ! From the Uncle Sam. MlSl-YGS. Veil vol of it? It matters not ! Upon the ground I lie ; My bed is of the Common's green. And my coverlid's Ihe sky. And who would ask for brighter eves Tbeir ...

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