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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 October 1842

"ooa COOJT1T AND OCR COO Jtir'l Will." if HENDERSON & ADAMS. BOWLINGS GREEN, PIKE CoTmISSOURI, SATURDAOCTOBER 1, 1842. " VOL. I. NO. 48. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. P-. D.mrir. ia issuedererr Saturday mem. int..t $2.50. if paid within '' iheiiu If it be called friendship, ii i .ed "'".friendship flowing from the fount ol "gTotcluhofThreB or more subscribe, j heaven, filtered through the skies, (if paid in mivanet.) Two Italian. and purified from the filth of personal JZJtrf"?- It .hat kind of friendship trPostmiftsrs are authorized bv law to frr. luch perpetuates peace, harmony ward mono to newspaper publisher, frco of and pood will among the angels, and ehsrje. All letters to the Editors, by tu.il, protecIil ,hen from lhe etit-Jarcenies au.t be fost mid. of hypocrites and sycophants. Why, Bates of Advertising. my lnends, t lie re is as much duJer- One square, of 15 line or le, fnr the firt ence between heavenly love and iu' "I' SSltfXSlSrS friendship, athere is be- ihww who edwiise 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. — 1 October 1842

THE ItADICAEi. Bowling Crcen,-....Cc. 1, 1$ 12. "Circumstances beyond our control render it impossible for us to issue a lull sheet this week. City Scrip. The Dublin or the CMi says: We o s.-rva la the New Era of last erinin nn advertise, mentuf R. Simpson, Comptroller nf th.i Cilv Treaaury, oBerng lor s?.!e r.ry valu.Mc prop, rty in the city, for cil v tcrip sit pnr. 1 he pir "If wi..l,;m . r i .... - """i i' " Willi; uia iruo .i. p.-, ... . Talueoteilymoiie.v'.iind IiKl.itinrnls nliirh , wesohjain miy have ihceflt-nt r.r raisine its , Value, provided any ih. nr; ran hivethiil effl-e' ollierinin th-i lukirfof m-a-nr. a to in. It it .,, . 1 ... ..r . . iii,kii ..... ., . 1I10 Hul. der. Mr.hP,.a.s: Some month, afrn, wh-n the paper ofth, Bank of lihno.. formed th, i,. ,iTK.,h,.nn the Merchant hnd to pny mmr 2H rrnfir. Eatlcrn Exchange! Tim pnpn ueiit , i,t circulation and tho Ci'.y and ( uuuty Scrip Ib" came the only c'rcul I'.ion. and tho cry ' we muni hive circulation, Scrip. The la...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 October 1842

Water-Rotted Hemp. Washington, 1 1 th June, 1 84 2. Commistionert of the Navy Gkktlemkn : My last was under dteof22J of Aay, at Cleveland, Ohio; si ace which time, I have been to the Southwest part of this State, and from thence to Chill icolhe an J Stabenville; the region of country through which I passed, is the princi pal hemp producing part of the State. The soil is well adapted to its cultiva tion, and there is every facility for vater-rotting; still, there is not. from what I could learn, so much atten tion given to its cultivation as former ly. In the vicinity of Clullicothe, u is almost abandoned, and the atten tion of the farmers given to other branches of agriculture. I saw no water-rotted hemp h this Suite; the dew-rotted, which I examined, was f an excellent quality, the fibres be ing strong and soft, at.d cleaned in a skilful and workmanlike in .oner: had it been water-rotted, and the like at tention paid to cleaning it, it would have been very supe.ior and have passed ...

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

PROSPBCTCs TO THE NEW VOLUME OF THE U. STATES MAUAZIXE AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Volume xi. Cowmknono Jult, 1842. John L. U Sullivan. Liduor. m Bv an increase in tho number of pages, una uy an niieratiun iu n ty pographical arrangements, tlie quan tity of mstter heretofore furnished lo ihe readers of the Dein.crati: Ik view, will be increased in its futme numbers about seventy-five per cent. " The Editor expects valu ille aid to i . i . . - i .. his own efforts, during ibe course of the coming year, Irom a numuer oi the most alile pens of the great Dem ocratic Party tog-thpr with that ol other, in its purely literary depart ment, to which ih 9 line political de signation i not to he applied. Ani"n:' them may be partie.ul.uly mind: Bancroft, J. F. Cooper. A'nos K-n-dall, V. hiltiT, Sedgwick. Gil)in. Uut ler. Park Godwin, lliuthorne, Di vezac, Paul.linsr, A. If. Everett. Brownson, CamHrplenjj, J. L. Ste phens Tilden. Tasistro". E m.es, Bry an'. Cns. C. J. Incers-lt. The Monthly Financial...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 15 October 1842

'OU COUKTBT AHD 4DI COCSTBV' Will; BY I. ADATCS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tac Radical ia issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2.50. if paid within aiz month, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollar will be exacted. CTTo a club of Three or more aubacribera, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollar. No paper discontinued until all arrearage re paid, except at the option of the Editor. T Postmasters are authorized by law to for. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letter to the Editor, by mail, must be roar faid. Rate, of Advertising. Om square, of 15 line or less, for the first inssrttoa $1; for each sabmquent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the yer. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg. d double the usual rales, and payable invaria bly in advance. 7 For announcing candidates, 82 each, invariably in ad ranee. fX Advertisements (except for yearly adver. Users.) (hould in all ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 15 October 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling Grcen,..Oct 15, 1SI2. Suawseetows Bask. We under- Hand, bays the Missouri Republican, that obtained a small -ud J t'cent shiPment from St Louis tothe east i ik at the late sittL rfA. i f abo,,t 500 pigS' w" ascertaincd on m.atmeiatesmiotthe , . . , , f Mr. Stickney against thisbank. Circuit Court for that county. That the bank having refused to pay the specie on the judgment; the banking house has been levied upon and advertised fur sale under the judgment, by the sheriff. Steam mill burst. We learn that the Steam Mill of Mr. Boon, situated on Tiamsey 's creek, a few miles from Clarks ville, was burned down some time dur ing the last week. From the fact that there had been no fire in the mill for several days, it is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Between two and three hundred bushels of whpat, be longing mostly to farmers in tie vicinity, was destroyed. ' State Elections. The election of Representatives to Congress in Arkan sas, took place on the 3d 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. — 15 October 1842

To Mr. CIapp,he made the follow- inir itatement: "1 am a weaker, aua ITS Zt SUSS. s iry, wiin my i "i i e "s : . . . i .l: . f smnlnv nL home. . ...r.- Vii ihe low wages in ungiauu, n i two years to lay up eight pounds to wards paying our passage over. In New-York, 1 ws advised to go to Lowell, and I have been up there, but could cet no work. One objection to taking me into the factory is, that I have, ns you may see, the 'king's evil' on both sides ol my neck. Now. I have some idea of shoe making, imd I nm told that I can learn that trade : fi, hnnsn of correction, and 1 thought thai bv -tlnl ",3 at which I could worK by m sell ana support my mother. I have no home, no friends, and no money." Under these circuuiet mces, and af ter much consultation, complaint was entered against him, upon his own statement, as a vagrant, and he was sentenced for six month, O.ie li. ject and hope in so disposing of hiin was, that his disease miiht be cured in the establishment. li is. Fot. Gons Pecu...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 15 October 1842

TO TH NT'V V.M UVE or DE.VCCR.-1 TIC REVIi.IV. Jo i.i L. O'SiiHic'i.i. E-.tilor. T3 V i.n incie:i.f in tl e imni'pr f pr: ics. it.d by -.in -:! f rnti.m in its tv - Tx zr.iohic d arran&'im n"s. the qum tity nf nwtrer heretofore furnished to -the Teaser of the Democratic. Re- viu xwill ha inrrc iif.l in its future numbers about sr-venty-five per cent. Q wk notes that pass current in busi The Editor expects va!in! le aid t nps3 ponerally n the State of New . hii own e!Frts, during the course of ' York, wi'l lie receive.'!. the coming veir, from a number ol - the most ;.Me ppns of t!i jrrrntMX'm ocraiic Party together with that ol others, in its purely literary depart ment, to which the s;ime political de signation is not to he applied. Amon them may be particularly nimpd: Bancroft, J. F. Cooper. Amos Ken da!l, V liitii-r, Sodi-wick. Gil(in, I5ut ler, Park? Godwin, Hawthorne, D.i vezac, Patilliiii.'. A. II. Eveiett. Brwnon, Cumtrlen:, J. L. Ste phen, Tildcn, Tai'ro, C .tucs, Ury nt...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 October 1842

. '-m- . : ' ' " - ' ? "our coumth v .as d ovt coi'stit'i ial." .'"' ' s, ',. ' - '..' , V BY I. ADAXS. COWLSXU CiREKX, Pl3i5J COVXTV, .msuorci,- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, Of the IfHh Anniversary efthe Salt River baptist Association of United Twists. Held by appointment at and with Mount Pleasant Church, Pike County, Mis- souri. on the Mb, Khh and 11th days f September, 18-12. ' ' 1st The introductory sermon v.-as preached by Klder David Hubbard, from the tlurd chapter and pari ol t::c thml ver.se ol llahhakkuk: U Lord, revive thy work. AUer the lulroductory sermon, the Association wes called to order by the for- mer moderator; whereupon the f..!hnvinS churches wore called, when their re- spective letters were .resented ; id read. r. v. 1..--- -! 3 2J. Elected Brother W yd. Opened a door I' r t 1 oei j .' ten 1 i-d Church, called A.!i. !. nrcM-Hc;! etter o:r ',1 letter and articles ..ff..i'h. the .A!o-h r fellowship, they too'ni their s.-..t- as;,i 4;h. t';.!lcd f.T on c-'-.!i to wit: 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. — 22 October 1842

t' EI I I A li ICAL. j , --.-r- i Bowling Greeii,..Oct. 22, IS 2. 'Cassius" did not come ta hand in i time for a place this week. 23The October number of the Demo-1 sevcrai jaJ S) for hearing applications in cratie Review has not yet come to hand. 'Bankruptcy, adjourned on Wednesday It has probably miscarried. Will the ' mornjng iast. Nearly 300 final dischar publiahers please forward us another ccs werc prated. The court sits again copy. i in this city for the hearing of applica- Onio. The Cincinnati Message, op tions on the 14th of November next. It the 14Lh says: Returns arc in this morn-j will probably continue in session until ing from thirty counties, which show a ' the 1 st of January. All applications for gain on the Democratic side of over 8,000 j final hearing, which have been set for the on the vote of 1840. So far as heard : late, or any previous term, but were not from, the Legislature stands House, 23 ! ready for hearing, were continued to De- Democrats, and 8 Whins; S...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 October 1842

Mr. Wolfe made no reply to these arguments, but simply stated that he rested the case upon the evidence. The court, without any comment, then said: "I remand the defendant, to answer to the chorge of murder." Mr. Pope was conducted hack to jail. We understand the matter comes before the grand jury this morning. Lou. Jour. FOREIGX SEWS. The steamer Columbia arrived at Boston on Tuesday morning, having left Liverpooon the '-'Oth ult- The Queen and suite arrived at Woolwich from her lour to Scotland on the 17th, and proceeded immedi ately to London, and thence by rail road to Windsor. The disturbances in tha manufac turing districts were nut yet abated, and at Manchester one of the rioters had been killed. The duty on loreign wheat had lis to 16s., and on flour to 9s. 7ld. p?r bbl- During the week, ending the 13th, American flour advanced 61. per bb!., but subsequently this advan tage was lost. There is nothing later from India and China. According to the 0;izeite du Midi, of the I2lh ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 22 October 1842

,,...-.r" rnosPECTCs TO THE NEW VOLUME OF THE U. STATES .UAUAZIM; AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Voi.tJME XI. CoMMK.NTlNC Jn.Y, 1C12. John L. O'S-'Hirmi. I'.Tidi: IJy an incrca-e in the number of pases, :ind by an alteration in its ty pographical arrangenit r.ts. tiie nuan tiiy of matter heretofore iurni-shed to the readers of the Deri.err.tic Ke view, will be increased in its feline numbers about seventy-five per rent. The Editor expects valuable aid to his own efforts, during the course o! the coining year, from a number of the most able pens of the great J eui i ( rede I'arty together with that l i in its purely literary depart :. : ;. : which tiie same political de - ;. a is not to lie applied. AtiK.ng I;,:';!; I.INV !,f jnr'iicular'.V 'oft, J. F. Ciiop'M". Amos lv'cii . hittier, SeJjrvvii-k. (lih-in, lli:t ler, I'arke Godw in, Haw te...rne, I .i vcxac, Paulding, A. II. Lvere't. Lro'.vn?on. (La.o'.breleri::. .'. L. SV'- jhcn, Tilden. Tasisiro, Li:nes, Dry ant, Cass. C. J. Inucfsol!. The...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 November 1842

A ., . "OPH COUNTRY a, HP O.PB CPUS TRY 's W EAl." BY I. ADAWS. : TERMS OF F13LIC ATIOX. Wealth, indeed, if acquired bv ncr- Ta Radical is issued every Saturday mi.rn. sona r,- , ... Ins. at 82,50, if psid uithin sixnionil.s. and onal cxert'on in an honest calling jf payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars Was proof of industry, and industry "rrToVciuh of Three or more subscribers, ' Mas a v'rtue: hut in no other case did (If paid in .iwncOTwo I'""- it afford, of itself, any evidence of a Ne piper discontinued until all arrearages .. ' J ul are paid, except at tne op-ion f ilie Editor, j niU,ie character, or claim to respect- TJ-postmasters are authorized l.v law to for. On this point lie rpmirLil tli-it I,a ward money to nowspiper publishers, free of 3 ne remarked, Hut he charge. All loiters to tiie Editors, by mail, . Could not but leel that society at large, mast be rosr r.nu . an j especially young rum who had Bates or Advertising j to make their own .vav in the world, One squa...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 November 1842

TIIK RADICAL Bowling nreen,....Xor. 5, 1 Si 1 2. T5CitY Serin wassellimrin St. Lnu is, on Tuesday last, at GS and 70 cents in the dollar. Ohio. Returns from all the counties overCorwin. The Columbus saye: From the official statements of the Tote in the several counties, for Gover nor, senators and representatives, which we are publishing, it will be seen that 4hc aggregate vote in the State, is falling Jfflargely since 1S40. Corvvin sustains nearly tlie whole loss, the locofocos hav ing polled their full strength. The causes of our defeat are transparent enough. We have failed, after all our exertions, to call out the entire Whig party." Why is this when the same old coon, ttgether with all the paraphernalia of the campaign of 1840, have been bronght to bear in, the presenkelection, and yet the people wont come. Perhaps a portion of the honorable members of the Ohio Legislature can explain tlie cause of this mysterious defeat. Rhode Island. The Charter party of Rhode Island, says an...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 November 1842

Iord Ashbui ton. The Philadelphia Inquireris indebt ed to a friend for the following out line' of this distinguished gentleman, . i i r .1 .: gieanea iroin iiuuieuuu un.tr5; Ill rrA A ckhnrlnn ivtincp n n mn l.o o ....w ... t4a nnvu hfcnmfi sn f.imili.ir lo the AniprJ. tan people in consequence of the happy termination of our difficulties With Great Britain, in lite settlement tf which hC his borne so disiingiiish - ed a part, is the xcund son of ;he , la.e S.r Franc,., D-ring, an eminent j merchant of London, who was bora 18th April, 1740, created a L.ronet, ZSflll OliiV, I I JO, aim "nuu.eu IZill September, 1810. Sir Francis had ten children, five sons and f;ve daughters, n, i .ii me enes I son is the present Sir I !i mias- Lir-' ing, born in 1772, rhe second. Al-1 exander, now Lord Ashburton. who was born 27th October. 1774, and j-it may show its native power lor blcs--married Ann Louisa, eldest dm jhter ' r,x men. .More thr.n this. Oiir in of the late William Uing'inm, esq., of ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 November 1842

5 rROSPEfTCS TO THE KF.W VOLUME OF THE U. STATES 31AUAZIE am DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. VoU'MK XI. CnifMEXClXR Jd.T, 1842. John L. O'SuHivnn. Editor. Bv nn increase in t!:c number of pages, and by an alteration in its ty pographical arrangements, the quan tity of matter hereto'orc furnished lo the readers of Me Democratic ue yiew, will be increased hi iis future numbers about seventy-five per cent. The Editor experts vaij ible r.iJ to his own efforts, u jr'ir; i!:-? course of the cominrz year, from a number o! the most ub-e pens of the reat Dem ocratic Party together with that of thcrs, in its pmc'v literary depart ment, to which the same political de itrnation is not to be applied. Am.onr; them may be pr.rticr.'arSy natiPil: Bancroft, J. F. Cooper. A'ons Ken da!!. WlUrier. Sedgwick. Gilpin, Sut ler, Parke Go.iv in, II:i'.v;i:.-rVe, Di rezac, Paulding, A. II. Everett. Brownson, Cairmrelen.:. J. I.. Ste phens, Tilden. Tasistro". Lames, Cry nut, Cass, C. J. Insers.j!!. The Monthly Financial a...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 November 1842

lit' tci BY I. ADAMS. TERMS OF PrULICATIO TBt Radical ii issued every Saturday morn inr at 2,50, if paid within six montha, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. ETTo c,ub of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance.) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option 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 fosr paid. Bates of Advertising. ' One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first ; ol- fnr each sobseauent insertion fif. Hnl. a reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sona! nature (when admissible, will be charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria bly in advance. j- for announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in advance U Advertisement (except for yearly adver tisers,) should in all cases bo accompanied by written di...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 November 1842

THE IS A D I C A li. Bowling-Green, Xov. 12,181'!. The Hon. Wm. Upham, of Montepe. lier, has been chosen as Senator from Vermont, to represent that State for six yean from the 4th of March next. The j i p tt i u'l:.. loo i Yoies stooa lor cpuam, i.m.k,, Hon. Charles K. ilhams was re-elect ed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Among the rfany useful inventions at the Franklin Institute exhibition, says ', 6ent month, in order to nominate and pre iK SnfiirlnvlPntt in li I.nmn fnr burn- Upnt him to the nconle of the United j - - , , ing Lard. The lard is put into the bowl of the lamp without any previous prepa-1 ration, and is kept in a heated, liquid state, by a veiy simple contrivance. The light emitted, is strong and clear; and the cost is said to be much less than that of sperm oil. For instance, five pounds 1 of lard will burn as long as a gallon of oil. The Right Rev. Bishop Hughes, ofthe Roman Catholic Church, in New York, bas issued a Pastoral Letter to the Cler gy and Laity o...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 November 1842

A fad Country for Debtors. The Government of Denmark, with a view of ameliorating the condition of the unfortunate debtors in that country, have mercifully reduced the term of imprisonment for the crime of owing money and not paying, to ten years for natives nnd fifteen for foreigners! Hitherto the term ol im prisonment had been from 20 to 25 years! It is said the business in Den mark is generally conducted on the 'cash principle," a circumstance not unlikely, as the penalty of an unsuc cessful tradincr operation, on credit, wuld probably deter most people from trafficking to an extent beyond their capitals. White Denmark continues this bnr barious law, it will have, as in the time of Hamlet, "something rotten fn its state." A letter (niin New York, publish ed in the Madisonian, says: "Smuggling, to a vast extent, has already commenced on our Canadian frontier; the home-lease lcis could not but have anticipated such a re sult. Government must eventually pay a police to intercept all...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 12 November 1842

PROSPECTCS TO THE NEW VOLUME OF THE U. STATES MAUAZIXE AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Volume xi. Commencing Jult, 1842. John L. O'Sullivan, Editor. By an increase in the number of pages, and by an 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 tis own efforts, during the course l the cominz year, from a number of the most able pens of the great Dem ocratic Party together with that o! ethers, in . its purely literary depart ment, to which the s.ime political de signation is not to be applied. Among them may be particularly named: Bancroft, J. F. Cooper, Amos Ken dall, Whittier, Sedgwick, Gilpin, But ler, Parke Godwin, Hawthorne, Da ezar, Paulding, A. II. Everett, Brownson, Cambreieng, J. L. Ste phens, Tilden, Tasistro, Eames, Dry ant, Cass, G. J. Incersoll. The Monthly Financial and Com metcial articles,...

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