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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 July 1842

O U U COVSTSr AND OUK COUNTRY'S WEAL. BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO., MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1842. TERMS OF Pl'BUCATIO.V. Tm 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. VTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in adcance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. 7" Postmasters are authorized by law to far. ward money to newspaper publishers, free charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must dc rosT taid. and splendor and beauty, the flattery "No," said ihe motheVall the spirit S,;r;": , CnVy r .M? l,erra"--ini?inheratthi9crisis, HrM i T r . 1 ""'"'yugmer,!! would not be ch.ldien, one a lovely g.rl of sixteen, come us, hke base-horn churl, tins and the other a smiling boy whose j to fly from a foe. The wife and chil birtht.iree years before had thrilled dren of Count T?AtM,;rL ai . VO...

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 July 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling Green,.-.. J uly 16, IS 12. 23The Candidates will address the citizens of Pike County as follows, to wit: At G. T. Ashburn's, in Salt River Township, on Satuntoy the 23d inst.; at Bowling Green, on Wednesday the 27th; at Enoch Martin's Mill, on Thursday the 28j at Spencerburg, on Friday the 29th, and at Frankford on Saturday the 30th. 25We refer our subscribers to our terms, on the first page; especially those wishing to discontinue their subscrip tions. It is perfectly idle for any one to suppose that we will discontinue any paper until arrearages are paid, up to the time the subscriber wishes it discon tinued. JfFor information in relation to the currency, &c, wc refer our readers to the remarks under the commercial head in to-day's paper, taken from the Missou ri Reporter. Jf-TBr Ukcle Sam. When we published the prospectus for "The Un cle Sam" we expected a personal ac knowledgement on the part of his vncle skip, which, we are sorry to say, has not yet be...

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 July 1842

ship, Mr. Redfield went to the police office and surrendered himself to Justice Parker, and then requested permission to visit his wife and fami ly under the charge of an officer, wliich was granted, and upon his re turn he was conducted to his cell. The meeting with his family was af fecting in the extreme." .Senate, June 27. The reading of the Journal having been dispensed with, a message was received from the House, announcing to the Senate the death of the Hon. AViujam S. IIastiS'is. late a Repre sentative from the State of Massa chusetts. Mr. Bates then addressed the Senate in a lew pertinent re marks, paying an eloquent tribute to the memory of the deceased, and concluded with ofl'erinj the usual resolutions in such cases. Mr. Miller then rose and formally announced the death of the Hot!. Saml'f.i. I.. Sjutimr:, who died on the 2'Jih u't.. :it Fredericksburg, Va. In a few remarks, lie gave a biogra phical sketch of the defeased, and fpokeof his nnnv public ar.J private virtues...

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 July 1842

430CtV! THE ST AIIS OF SIGHT. Whence are your glorious goings forth, Yo children of the sky, In whose bright sihnce seems the power. Of all eternity? For lime hath let his shadow full O'er many an ancient light ; Cut ye walk above in the brightness etill Oh, glorious stars of night ! The vestal lamp in Grecian fane Tlath faded long ago ; On Persia's bill tho worshiped flame Hath lost iU ancient glow : And long the heaven-sent tire is gone. With Salem's temple bright ; But ye watch o'er wandering Israel yet. Oh, changeless stars of night ! Long have you looked upon the earth. O'er vale and mountain brow : Ye saw the ancient cities rise. And guild their ruins now : Ye beam upon the cottage home. The conqueror's path of might. And shed your light alike an all. Oh, priceless stars of night '. But where are they who learned Xroin you "ITto fates of coming lime, Ere yet thu pyramids uroe Amid theso deserts clime ? Yet still in wilds and dcrscrts far. Ye bless the watchei's sight; And shin...

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 July 1842

CSie fl d ft 1 t a I "OCR COUHTRT AND OCR COUNTRY WEAL. BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO., MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1842. VOL. I. NO. 38. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tai Radical is issued ererr Saturday raorn inf. it $3,50, if paid within six montha, and if paymsnt be longar delayad, Three Dollars rill ba exacted. CTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance.) Two Dollars. tio paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. ITPastmattara are authorized b law to for ward money to newspaper publishers, free of oharga. All letters to the bd.tors, by mail, must be post mid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion I; lor eacn soDsequenl insertion hi. t cents. A reasonable deduction made to thorn who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per aonal nature (when admissible,) v. ill be chare. d double the usual rates, aud payable invaria- fc!v in advanco. 'fj' F...

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 July 1842

first, and rendering, for a time, the last inoperative. Duties above 2fi per cent, nre proposed to be levied, and yet the proviso in the Distribu tion act is disregarded; ihe proceeds of the sales are to be distributed on the 1st of August, so that while the duties proposed to be enacted exceed 120 per cent., no suspension of the distribution to the States is permitted to take place. To abandon the principles for a month, opens the vvav to its total abandonment. If such is not meant, why postpone at all I Why not let the distributmn take place on the first ol July, if the law so directs? which, however, is re garded as questionable. But why not have limited the provision to that ef fect! Is it for the accommodation of the Treasury? I see no reason to be lieve that the Treasury will be in better condition to meet the payment on the 1st of August than on the 1st of July. The bill assumes that a distribution of the proceeds of the public lands is "by existing laws, to be made on the 1s...

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 July 1842

Spain. !f. Camba, Minister of Marine, has resigned. The regent hai named Gen. Rodil to be Minister of War, with authority to form a Ministry of which he should be the President. At the last date no minis try was formed. Spain is just now in n distracted state. Portugal. Accounts are receiv ed from Lisbon to June 7. There had been a general election throuch- outthe kingdom, the result of which was decidedly favorable to the Gov rnment. From India. The overland Mail from Bombay to the 4th of March. The intelligence, on the whole, is fa vorable to the si ccess of the British forces. The troops have re entered Afghanistan. Akhbar Khan, with his 6.000 men. who was blockading Jpllalnhnl, was completely routed by Gen. Sale. Tint East. Letters received from Constantinople, dated C7th April, an nounce that a meeting of theenvovs of the ereat powers in the Turkish capitol had bpen followed by a visit on the part of Biron Siurmer to the Grand Vizier, to remonstrate with him on the maintainance...

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 July 1842

B A NKRUPTS United States or America, Missouri District. I, Jason Harrison, Clerk of United States Court, for the Missouri District, do certify that Samuel W. Burks, of the County of Pike in said District, has this day filed in the o'fce of the Clerk cf said Court a petition praying to be al lowed the benefit of the Bankrupt Law. Il'rll In testimony whereof. I have ffIi hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of office, at the City of Jeffer od, this Cth day of July, 1S42. JASON HARRISON, Clerk. July 9ih, 1842. 8v36. District Court of t! e United oiates, For tbe DMrict of fi:souri. In the matter of John I.. Luke On the 30th -Jay of April 1S42. John .. Luke, filed his petition in the Ditnct Court, for the 'luuefit of tl.e Bankrupt law; Whereupon, it ii ordered, V.ihl the 5th day of Sept. nfit he ftt fur the heiriiisr said pe tition in fHid Court, at the City of Jefferson, wben and whvre all interested may attend, end show on e, if any they have, why Ihe prayer of tbe petitioner hou...

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 July 1842

'It-.'", '. - ODRC',STRYASDOURCOUWTRY'sWEAt." BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. 'ruTir.Z: 1 ----- - BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO., MISSOURI, SATURDAY. JULY 30. 1X42 7x77 t TERMS OF PUBLICATION. dicai. is issued erery Saturday morn ing, at 82,50, if paid within six month, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollar will be exacted. ETTo cluh of Three or more subscriber, (if paid in ndvanrr,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearage are paid, exenpt at the option of the Editors. tTPostmaftera are authorized by law to far. ward monov to newspaper piili'iishern, freo of charge. All letter to the Editors, by mail, mul be roT rAiu. Kate 4 of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif ty conts. A reasonable deduction made to thn.e who adrerliiie by the rear. i.ommnnicaiions or aareriisnmertts ol a per - d dnulile the usial rales, and payable invaria. b'y in advance. XT For announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in adva...

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 July 1842

pensions, or one pension, or none? The Senate settle! all j those claims beneficially to the Widows apparent ly upon the principle that all legisla tion should favor population; and that whatever merit one might have as a widow, she must have still greater as a wife. Jlirhmond Compil: tlrplvto ZEI.IA. Defence of Farmer's Wives and Daughter. Mb. Editor I would not intrude upon your patience so soon again, i! I did not feel a little excited about omc of Zelia's remarks, which, though good and full of interest, I consider as not applicable to farmers, their wives and their daughters gonc rallv. I commend the discretion :uid wisdom she is anxious to enforce, hut would guard against views which 1 conceive to he erroneous. In the first place, she culls upon wo men to consider whether their inllu ence goes to promote temperance, industry and their natural results, or their opposite. These considerations deserve the attention of every mother and daughter, every father and son. The mind and ...

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 July 1842

j.u. wu....8 m.- . out the Rprtmn r.fthp tariff hi L relnt. ine to distribution, which was nejra' . ;e.,:k.; ...i.;t ..,.,. v...w . .. tived. Mr. Roosevelt moved to strike from the 25th section the words "the proviso to the sixth section of so ns to repeal not merely the proviso in the Distribution act, but the whole net. The motion w;is negatived. One of the members of the liar risburg Convention which nominated Harrison and Tyler, proposes through the U. S. Gazette Ui.it the surviving members of that Convention should assemble again at an early day and take steps to procure the resignation of Tyler. Bowling Greeu......July 3I, IS 12. 'Alpha.' shall have a place nc.vt week, There will be preaching, in the Semi nary, in this place, by Rev. Sutton and Sigler, on the lSlh and 19th of Augst. Rev. II. N. Wilber is expected to preach in the Court House, in (his place, next Wednesday night, at early candle- lis'- We hcared a high tariff advocate the other day, enter protest againt a remar...

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 July 1842

B A NKKUPTS. United States or America. Missouri District. ( SS I, Jason Harrison, Clerk of United Slates Court, for the Missouri District, do certify that Samuel W. Barks, of the County of Pike in said District, has this day filed in the o:T:ce of the Clerk of said Court a petition praying to be al lowed the benefit of the Bankrupt Law Hp"t In testimony whereof, I have Hll hereunto set my hand and amxed the seal of office, at the City of Jeffer son, Uiis 6th day of July, 1S42. JASON HARRISON, Clerk. July 9lh, 1842. 8-.v3(J. District Court or the United State?, For the District of Missouri. Id the matter of John I.. I.uki: On the 30th -lay of April 164J, John h. Luke, filed his petition in (he District Court, for the benefit of the Raiikrupt law ; Wherenpon, it is ordered, that the 5ih day of Sept. next be set fur the l.caiiii suit! pe titioD iu laid Court, at the City of JeflV-Tson, when and where all interested may attend, and show came, if any they have, why the prayer of the peti...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 August 1842

'1 H uff llili ii mi ' -II - I II ., - "OtJB COUNT BY AND Oil COTJSTHy's WEAL." BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO., MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1842. VOL. I. NO. 40. . TERMS OF rrBUCATIO!f. Tut Radical is issued every Saturday morn 'nig, at 2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars Will be exacted. JXTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,") Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option 01 tne tailor. tTPostmarteri are authorized by law to for ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. AH letters to the bailors, by mail, most be post mid. Rates of Advertising. One sqwire, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each snbsequent insertion fif. ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements ofa per sonal nature (when admissible, will be charg ed doable the asaal rates, and payable inraria....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 August 1842

o v4 1 DATS LATER PROM EUROPE, Another Attempt to assassinate the Queen; Important J"cjh from India and China. The steamship Acadia, C:iptain Wright, afcyed at East Boston on Wednesdavifeh!, at half past seven oVCLjk- Sno t aft Liverpool on the Sthf Jul. There has been anoth er shameful attempt to pssissinate the Queenljl the news from India and china is important. Ia England, the great manufactur ing and commercial distress contin ues to exist, but well deposed parlies seem inclined to trace this to the over creative power of machinery, than to any other cauce. There has been extreme depression of late, owing to all parties having withheld from busi ness operations until the passing of me laritt bill enables them to see clearly what steps to take in their matters of regular business and specu lation. The tariffbeing nowse'tled, of course, such causes are remov ed. The income tar and new tariff bill had both passM Parliament. The ratification of the treaties be tween Great Britain a...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 August 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling Green,...AuK. 6, 1342. THE ELECTION riKE. The whole number of votes polled, as - near as we can ascertain, was 1,4.11. 'r "wn maoe known, when another and account of the wide dissimilarity in the The election of senator may be consider- Slmi'ar attempt was made upon her life. ! character of the two countries in re ed pretty fair test of the strength of . J , little Vic must wear a charmed spcct to form of governments-extent P" ln " -umiv,. cu- born, the Democratic candidate, is elect ed, having received a majority of seven teen votes over the ,:old wheel horse'' William Biggs. Matthew Gi vens, ( De mocrat,) and John Lindsey, (Whig) were elected representatives. II. G. Edwards, R. II. Johnson and Andrew Forgey were elected county judges, and William Penix, Sheriff. State Sevate. John C. Wellborn, 724 William Biggs, 707 For Representatives. M. Givcns, G70 R. D. Brewington, 655 T. B. WhitWge, 53.9 John Lindsey, 709 J. W. Davis, 64 For Cocstt Jcstices. H. G. Edwards...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 August 1842

B A NKRUPTS. Usitf.d States of America, Missouri District. I, Jason Harrison, Clerk of United States Court, for the Missouri District, do certify that Samuel W. Barks, of the County of Pike in said District, has this day filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court a petition praying to be al lowed the benefit of the Bankrupt Law. "&ttF" n -estimony wliereof, I have 11 hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of office, at the City of Jeffer son, this 6th day of July, 1842. JASON HARRISON, Clerk. July 9th, 1842. 8w36. District Court of the United States, For the District of Missouri. In the matter of John L. Luke On the 30tn day of April 1643, John I, I.nke, filed his petition in the District Court, Tor the benefit of the Bankrupt law Whereupon, it is ordered, that the 5th dny or Sept. next be set for the hearing iaid pe titinn in said Court, at the City of Jefferson, when and where all interested may attend and show cause, if any thry have, why the prayer of the petitioner s...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 August 1842

0 ODE CODIIII AID OUI COUHTBTS WtAl.'! BY HENDERSON & ADAMS. BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO.. MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1842. VOL. I. NO. 41. TEIW3 OF FUI1L.ICATIO. Tk RnoiCiL is issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2.50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will he exacted. TTTo a elan of Throe or more subscriber, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until nil arrearages are paid, except at the op' ion of the Editor. rr Postmasters are aulhorixed lir law to f ir. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the tditors, by mail, must be rorr paid. Rates of Advertising. One squire, of 15 lines or less, for. the first insertion gl; for each snbtenuent insert inn fif. If cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by lha year. Communications or advertisements ofa per sonal nature (when admissible.) will be charg. d double the usual rates, and payable inyaria. b'.y in edvaneo. rj- for announci...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 August 1842

o Far the Radical J j imagination is awake and the judgement it,) but before the close of the argument, A chapter selected from a w ork (now asleep. If the dream be remembered, both, (that is, body and head) were sud ready for the Press) entitled Truth ' the memory as well as the imagination ' denly mounted by a monkey, carparison versus Error, alim Philosophy, Rea- j was awake. If the dream be but partial- ed in the paraphernalia of the fashiona son and Common Sense, sgainst Fol- j Iy remembered, the memory was dozing, blc race jocky and the whip and spurs ly, Prejudice and Superstition. By a Physician of Missouri. CHAPTER VI. "IVep in 'ho dimial rejinuo of .he dead. 7 be dreadful Monger rni.'d hia horrid head." i The treat William Shakspeare Vh.i Difdea't I ergil. i,r.r:fnrI1,man..fr,! .....n - nr. ban hnifpr tl, n,w thr Jnn f,J world has ever produced, remarked in one of his play, that ; we are made of such stuff as dreams are made of;" and mM n 1113 j( uj;u3lliuil trail "''Y I.U...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 August 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling Green...... .Aug. 13, 1S42. Religious Polices. A Campmceting will bo held at the Buffalo Meeting House, in this county, commencing on FriJay before the 2d Sunday in this month. Also a campmeeting at the Anlioch Meeting House, in this vicinity, com. mencing on Friday before the 3d Sunday in this month. Rev. Mr. Gray is expected to preach at Mr. John A. Ncwland's on a funeral occasion, on the first Sunday in Septem ber next- Mr. Geo. Ilulett who was mentioned in our list having boon severely injured by llio full of his hone, died on Thursday last. InSt. Louis tlie Democrats have elected one Senator, Maj. Anderson, and five Rcpreren'a tree, viz: Messrs. Hui' ., Andrews, Duno Tin, Kennelt and Wush. The Natives, says the Reporter, have elect ed, by means of Whig influence, Mr. Mills as Senator, and Messrs. Quiscnlury and Minor as Representatives In Callaway they have elected a Whig Sena tor, W. V. S'nell James K. Sh. Ibv, Uem.alid Jams K. Tuel, Wlii-, in t ho lower H...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 August 1842

PnORPECTCB TO THE NEW VOLUME OF THE INSTATES MAUAZIXE AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Volcme xi. Commencing July, 1842. John L. (X Sullivan, Editor. Bv an increase in the number of pages, and by on alteration in its ty pographical arrangements, the quan tity of matter heretofore furnished to the readers of the Democratic Re view, will be increased in its future numbers about seventy-five per cent The Editor expects valuable aid to his own efforts, during the course of the coming year, from a number of the most able pens of the great Dem ocratic Party together with that of others, in its purely literary depart ment, to which the same political de signation is not to be applied. Among them may be particularly named: Bancrott, J. 1. Cooper, Amos Ken dall, Whittier, Sedgwick, Gilpin, But ler, Parke Godwin, Hawthorne, Da vezac, Pauldinsr, A. H. Everett. Brownson, Cambreleng, J. L. Ste phens, Tilden, Tasistro, Eames, Bry ant. Cass, C. J. Ingersoll. The Monthly Financial and Com- metcial articles, ...

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