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American Hemp. as now practised, as an incentive to!
In our annual statement of the 1st crime. It has little of no effect up
Septembei last, we took occasion to on the hardened in crime. The mur
Advertto the rapidly increasing i.i;- Merer from passion may be affec.ed
,....UM u. ui u.c
anu oevoiea as mucn space as we
(hen had at command, to a notice of
i s rise and progress. -Many points
hov-fver, of interest, were necessari
ly cutiitied, and as the season for pre
paring another crop for market is
tear at hand, it may net be amiss to
fcfcr some suggestions in regard to
the cleaning, packing, &c, au atten
tion to which, would, we are jiersua
ded, tend to the advantage .of both
producer and consumer, and advance
iua more rspid ratio, the incentives
to increased to cultivation. For a
Jong period, and until within the last
two or three years., nearly the whole
crop of the pt was devoted to the
manufacture of cotton bagging and
tale rope, in the production of which
articles no vtr.y rigid scrutiny in re
gard to the quality of ..'be raw materi
al hat heretofore prevailed. But
since it has been brought forward to
compete with the clean heijp ol Rus
sia, in the manufacture of cordage.
&.C., many features which 'have iLeen
and are Vtill in a great measure ne
glected, h ive become .essential points.
Its introduction into the uiarLtiis of j
Europe, is of the highest importance.
and the experimental shipments thus
far, though not as satisfactory, per-
haps, lis Was hoped for, in their re-i
suits, have nevertheless given roai-
ise ihat with such improvements in
the preparation as are easily attama- j maaity. Natures -that would ,-iiave
Lie a siicresstul compeliiiozi can be shrunk from witnessing the death of
maintained with the product of Kus-jthe smJlest animal, were, in their
siii. A late Liverpool circular thus ! fierceness and their ihirst for bUod.
sj-caks of its introduction into th;itj engendered by the law of the land,
inaiket: ' impatient - longing for the opportuni-
"Ili-m has been teceiving a good ' ty of witne'sins a fellow beiim in the
Jeal of attention of late, and lias come ' agonies of his deatli struggle 1 Vcs;
forward in snflicicnt quantity to have !.;einale. tlit wmld have shuddered
its value aycertained and ks quality at the sl.iughter of a lamb, were un
tested. 1 1 is found to possess great! patientlv clamoring at the piison
strength fibre, and in all othtr re- ates of" the poor insane boy, Pre
spects to have good .natural quality; KCUtt. and chidinn the law's delay,
but most pai eels of dew-rotted that ' wherebv a fellow being had been re
bave arrived, have been so dark in prieved for a few days, and they de
color, and so imperfectly denned, j prived upon that day of thp pleasure
thaliissaie in consequence has .been of feasting their law-piivilegcd eyes
mien mnoereu; per iob uns oeeu
ihe extreme rate obtainable, while
the value of llussia wasj27a28;
the imperfect cleaning und dark col
r of the Americp.n, ulane preventing
it from rp.ichinu .the "lame mice."
We are also permitted to make the , n:'- 11 was contended that we er joy
following extract from a letter to a ed ver.v lucrative as well as tran
inercantile friend: ami intercourse with lh:t country:
"A, parcel of &0Q brleg Missouri I "d !t wns q'.'st'Pnnble whether any
hemp, dew rotted, was latelv landed ! d"et't mt. rcourse with that govern
here, and 100 bales Bold at '22 per 1"pnt would lend l" sirenKthcn the
ton ex ship, but wc belieoe the re- amicable f.elings, which irt present
mainder isst,ill on hand . This .parcel 'sled,and as Irmg as we paid our
was rather dirty or it -would have debts "r mtprcourse would be -un in
been worth one or 2 more. The 'terrupted. The administrations took
xjualiiy ofvoui hemp w much liked ; diii'erent and more national view of
f..r some' purposes owing to its the question, and tlie Prpsident con
strength, but it ouaht to come better lered that it was unbecoming the
cleased. We think that 20 to 22 aV"y " ll as the interests of this
per ton may be relied on for good country, to ailew tlie subject of wwi
quality, although the .market is at pre-! mercial intercourse between the L'ni
ent rather dull, owing to arrivals of : ,d States and any nation, to rest up
Jiahic hemp, which inmieh (kprss- :n a conhngency.or what was worse.
ed. We expect that vou willin'to,'e carried on by favor or sufler
course rf time supplant die Russians, ; a';e. Oou flag winch was seen m
but for the present, the color of your j every se;, sl'nuld be lrlde to cover
hemp pie vents its use for other'pur-, own sovereignty, and not seek the
potes than twine. We observe a protection of any other power. It
fresh arrival of 280 bules. which has! was 8,80 considered, that the warde
gone at once into the interior; and!clared d Wilged by Great Britain
wt know that manv tf our manufac-;u?fi,ns, China, although succeeded by
turers, with whom "we are intimatel v.n lren'y "f peace and commercial
connected, would e glad to puf-, alliance, left a very natural feeling of
hase any sent here of goed and clean ,!i w" and distrunt towards the En
quality." glitih, which would manifest itsci! in a
The objectionable features are 'orp favorable consideration towards
nr JnrtntoH. nnJ it hphonvps , the U. Stales; and the selection of a
intrEfH In onAroror and PTtPndin.r
r.ew markets for this important sta-
i.te, to use immediate and strenjous
exertions to apply a remedy. In ad- ! " aouDI D,e proaoctive oi me very ine nena a reciea ms .imuoncai mai
edition to the objections on" the score I lt reJsu'ls- We understand that ice, the whole crew were treated in
x,f color and war.t of proper cleaning ! "rgood friends, the English, have , a similar manner throughout the voy
we hear constant complaints of the bee to considerable pains to impress apes a period of three or four years,
mode of packing, which in many in-!lP(.'n h" Cb'ne" Aner, that a At Madasascar, Edward Greble was
stances mingles almost every variety '1 of Mr- uihing to Pek.n, may flogged severely with a rope, on the
of quality in a single bale. It may be ' be construed into unfriendly feelings bare back. He was seized up to the
' J ,,f .'.I towards them, and a mark ol distinct main riggmz on tlie siarboard sde ol
iVCrS I :t:.r r S j ,1., ior ih. Americans, and they j the He was beaten with a top
.eaHyto its standard, and thus, neetj-ce
,..- Z -ZZZa Z Z IS:
that the practice has a contrary ef
fect, and that tather good is depress
ed to a level w ith the bad, rendering
the whole comparatively umarkela
Me. We have little doubt that a
-arefu! selection and separation of
qualities at the original point of pre
paration for market would, in the av
erage resu'l, redound to the interest
of the producer. N. 0. Prices Cur
rent, Nov. 9.
Capital Punishment. It w pro
posed in the Manchester (N. 1L)
Democrat that the question of abol
ishing the punishment of death should
be submitted to the decission of the
people at the ensuing election. The
same paper argues the question at
length with great ability; and in
speaking of the expediency of the
death penalty, says:
"Neither is capital punishment, as
it regard its effects upon society, ex.
pedient. Instead of retaining crime,
there U little doubt of its operating
Dy the approach of certain death; hut
.tue determined murderer cares little
abjut it, and his accomplice in crime
think it a matter of course what
they daily expect as a muerderer
once wbrerved to an eminent English
solictor, the day previous to his exe
cution 'players at bowls must ex
pect rubbers.' All experience snows
that the robber and the thief, the pi
iii;te and the burglar, are not deterred
from their evil practice, by the hang
ing of their accomplices.
Nor do public executions put re
straint upon crime. Bradbury Fer
guson weut fiom Haverhill to Salem
t witness the execution of the
Kmipps. It did nt deter him from
killing his wife in the most barbarous
manner. Neither did those execu
tions, nor his own teal 'for life or
death,' solton his savage disposition:
lor we well recollect his saying to the
sheriff, alter he had escaped death t:y
the argument of the eloquent Uaitlet,
and the jury had rendered their -verdict
'J didn't care a d n about be
ing hung; I only wanted to disappoint
the Exeter folks in seeing me hunsT.'
''The Hookinton trairedv' mav be
instanced i is a perfect illustialiun of
the effect of ejtecut:ons upon society,
There was a thirst for 'innocent
hlood' innnnpnl. for nnnr PrpsmM
j Was believed insane by everyone
j that was anvthin but in favor. of hu -
upon the death throes ol an .uiianc,
Ol'r Hklations with China.
When it v-as first contemplated to
open commercial Lj!atio;:s with Chi
sensible and discreet citizen, familiar
' w ith Commerce, to open friendly re-
lnti.ns with the celestial Empire, will
U.e same time, cannot prevent the
ndoDtion of a commercial treaty, ne-
gotiated with the commissioner Key-j
inc. Even at the time of Lord Ma-
cartney's embassy, there was great
difficulty in his procuring permission j
to visit Pekin; such is the nature of j
their non-intercourse policy. It is
supposed that some of the recent
outbreaks in Canton by the rabble
which manifested itself by an attack
on the American flag-staff, were insti
gated by persons onder linglish in
fluence, but this at least is poor poli
cy, because should any event tend to
interrupt their commercial intercourse!
with China, it is tlie interest el ureal
Britain to sustain friendly relations
between the Chinees and this coun
try, and thus keep up their supplies
indirectly. Every thing seems to fa
vor the impression that we me to
have a valuable trade with China in
Teas. Silks, Drugs, &er., &c, and no
efforts will be neglected to secure a
favorable treaty. With the enter
prise which, invariably characterises
our merchants, we understand that a
tine of iron vessels, with propellers,
of -the size of those now tradinc be-
tween Philadelphia and New York,
will be established to run between
Canton and Suez, at the head of the
Red Sea. The fine Teas and Silks
brought by these vessels, wil I e
i i i . A i
transported over Und to Cairo, and
down the Nil- to Alexandria, where I
the ca.-gne w-iK be transshipped to
this country, making tiie voyage in
GO days Tram Can ten to the U. States, I
our government having already a-'
dopled the necessary measures to!
OPcessarv measures to
procure .permission for ihe over land
trade. Tie caenl from .Suez lo the
Nile, may soon be completed, or a
mil road across tlie Peninsula w-il I
creatlv facilitate the direct inter-
course with China and tlie East Jo
dies. Our policy is distinctly com-
mercial. and we have the element of, discharged from the penitentiary, but : immediate Payment; and all persons : nel(raj a 0 oner 8.JU tjie parti
rivaling the most successful couctiies i previous to her departure she contri-j having chaims aint said estate, nre IgJ) .?t a are ,,orti01, 0f the com-
n earth. England is thextnly pow -
er which lakes the lead of us. and in
our rapid strides we may soon b' up
to ner. it is a sunjeci on wnicn we
must never sleep. AT. Y. Sun.
Movements of ti;e Fki.eral Na-
Ttv.Es. On Tuesday evening we vis-, i,eeri 221 ttmes injr.il i-J20tin.es
iled a meeting of the Church Burners, j for ot,ini! (in,nk l0l times for va
in Penn street, near .the Basin und j rius othpr rrjm(;!!. He found that
were really astonished to see the spir-1 ont of her comparatively sho.t life,
it of proscnpiion which governed s!ie haJ sprn; six vears five months
their proceedings. The A ssociatwa un j four dilV:, in p"ri8.! There was
was addressed by T.J. Fox Alden,lnrl 11EP :n i' i,pr i,,nr in ihis
and Mr. Judson. The
1 l'ie arguments in favor
01 the iatl -
vests was that Foreigners could notpr,ej bryond iht for sevn
understand the nature of our govern-; ve:irs. 'ffie prisoner 4,ov ed to the
ment until they would remain in this r,.r. c iiH 1 '... A 1 .1 -.-.'i r mp-
country twenty-one years. Much
". i i , , ' 1. , i . '..-...... . .....i..
that ever occurred to our country,'"
but not one instance was mentiom-d
of the evils ol our piesent Nturah-
zation Laws. The Catholics came in
!.. ibnrn .4 tf.i Mluid) ,r,l lha Dimn .. 1
ers forgot that many of that dpriomi
nations were'ainoncst the foremost in
our rcvohuion. llow ahsurd to per
secule a spct for opinion's sake, nnd
that too in a country whose Gonsti
lotion recognizes no i eligion, but pro
tects all in tlie free exercise of their
fa ilh. Pittsburg Dailtf.
v imui.-At toMoru n
.rewsbuty. has r.' -
covered )s'400 duinnges frrtm Can;
Weldon. m;isterifa whale aiiip, for
severe Slogging. The testimony in
the case exhibited the following facts:
When about to f!"g this sick sea
man, the captain took off his coat,
rollfd up his sleeves, tied his suspen
ders nromd bis waist, and told his
helpless but iiudisninyed victim thai
hp intended to irivehim something by
which -lip slioii'd rpoipiniipr him to
thp day of li dpnth; this threat he
accomplished to the letter the young
man exhibited the fright lul scars to
the jury; and when the dauntless
but hitherto respectful saikir told him,
"I have a record of your treatuietit,
Capt. Wheldon. in black and white,"
the brute replied, 4l'll put it down,
God d n you, in jjltck and ml I'll
Hive you the Victoria stripps, you
d d English and after giv-
inj; him six or seven lashes, every one
of which cut to the quick, and sent
the blood spouting all itver him, he
would taunt him wrth. bow do vou
like that, eh! God d n j ou." This
beautiful exemplification of human
nature ennobled und dinifipd with
absolute power on board a w haler,
was continued, according to the tes
titnony of some of the witnesses, for
an hour and a half; and according to
fill r.l llmm urifil tlin ci-L min liiinii
uii .'i iiii'if., mi, fiv.n .iii.ti iiuii.
moaning with agony as if dying, and
J finally fainted away in the rigging.
But it was not to this man alone that
was senseless; he hung by his wrists,
his back was much lacerated, and
a wretched condition, he w as black
and blue from the waist to the crown
of his head
A mulatto boy on board asked the
captain for something to eat, saying
he was hungry--the captain kicked
him about the deck, beat him severe
ly, nnd sent him up to the top gallant
cross-trees keeping him there du
ring a severe rain storm from 12 at
noon until 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
He was then called by Capt. Whel
don, who ordered a gun to be handed
aft from the waist, made him strip off
an ms doming, lasned mm with his
belly on the gun, hands and feet tied
close to the gun, and ordered all the
foremast hands to strike him three
blows each, with an oak stave, and
forbid htn.everaf.er going into the!
forecastle. Ihe same boy was se
verely used the night previous to the
ship's arrival offSandy Hook.
Tennessee for Polk. Oh! hush.
RJ, nisent,.rtllll,d and Free,
Enthralled, and r,ee.
JTJ-We stop the press to announce
the gratifying intelligence just this mo -
nient received, that Tennessee has gone
, :P k , ma:n,;tv nr Five Votes'i
Trelty dose crk. This intelligence is
received through the politeness of Mr.
L. D. Worthington, wholettSt. Louis
yesterday, after the arrival of the mail.
llxtraor.'.Vtfiri) Fact. A young
woman, named Fnnnv Lr.ngstalT. who
woman, named r annv j,r.iig5iau. who
noop.tred to be aUout i wenty-four
years of age, of ery iu'eresting np-
pearunce., was indicted at ike t ity
Sessions on Friday for stealing some
handkerchiefs from Granyeorman
Mane prison." It appeared i lint on
i Thursday morning ihe prisoner was
lved tosleal the property in question;
, she was arrested bv Hilhard, one of
the detective .police, vvi'h ti e hand-
kerchiefs in her possfssion. The jury
found herguiltv. The Bcorder said,
un lnL-jntr iivpr ihp rprnrd of lh
Court. h found that the orisoner had
' country, and therefore -llw enten:-e
nc il,f.V,,imi wnK.thal slip be trans
1 1nv got a jjood education; I "ill
Iry , xv.er(, j . au(4 .
i . arrail but I will re.ain mv reno
j ,atj,,n 1ri ,(,,. position in "sone-.v
fll(m wMch.l h-.ve t.pen rrdu.-ed
Good be. gentlemen of the police!
Fanny Lnn'jstatf w ill yet be a lady ,
what shealwa9 wa! Good mother
for Sidney, ha!" She was then re
moved. Dublin Eve. M til.
Tl,e mini:itorP likpness of a rfpeeas
ed. only daughter, was laken JYuiu on
tioaid liie steamer Iron City . aboui
1 IP flh ( l.'Oil.or it LiU Mitr I
! ('jp..:,,.,.,..: p..,,, ,. ..r,... ...,..
(lle h.ls in uie lor t ivcnve.v,
tit in vi,in. Anv iiif".ru:ai"'ii v. id
may (1 to the ippovery wi! bf most
ihankfudv received In' Mrs. Julian
S ivre, Fouith street. (.'iriiMliii.iti, Olii-
o, and a'l reasonable chart;ps and a
liberal regard paid nd no quxtiotis
ask'd. 'It was a niinniore likeness
of a young lady, fresh smiling Coun
tenance, very bright black ev es hint.'
flow inn dark curls, black dress, white
woiked collar, painted on ivoiy nd
spt in a burnished and (lilt inpdalion
of the usual size." Editor generally
are earnestly requested as a matter o
kindness io the broken hearted pa
rent te copy and circulate the above
A Word to Maine Democrats.
1 have information that s veral
whig, voters in Maine, but now at
woik in Cainbride and Quincv, in
ibis stale, have been sent for. and will
return home to vote next Monday
for Clay and Frelifijhuysen. Straws
shtw nlikh tray the wind blows.
Without doubt all the Maine whi-
voters now in Massachusetts will be
go I home to vote the federal ticket.
The Boston federalists have plenty ol
money, and will pay all the 'nils.
I wish to urge every Maine demo
cratic voter who is away from home,
to make preparation to be AT THE
POLLS ON MONDAY NEXT
Secret and formidable efforts are be
ing made to deleat the choice of Polk
electors by the star in the east. TO
YOUR TENTS! 0, ISIIA EL!
A CITIZEN OF MaINK,
Now in I oston.
Oct. 1S44. Boson Post.
By Rev. S- C. Rubey'on the 14th
inst., Mr. John E. Inloe, to Miss Lethia
On Th,.,.J. .1 .K- lc; r
dut au u lliu I cniuiim VI I
xxuuvn .rierniig, mr. jacou r ry, 10 mis
Elizabeth Jordan, all ot this county
In Louisiana, in this county, on Tues
day 19th inst., Col. Ratlin" Boon, aged
about bo years.
Col. Boon emigrated to this State from
Indiana, some six years since. He was
honored with a seat in Congress from In
diana, lor several years.
Wood, Flour, Pork. Lard.
Those who intend to pav their sub
scnpiions in ny of the above nwwd
articles will oblige us by doiror
"right no,' lor we sttnd in need o!
the articles, nnd will have to p;iy
c;isti or meio ii i rinse wnon'i- owo:.;
..r mem il those who a
us n,n !mend ,n h" matter forth
Radical Office. Nov. 23rd. 1844
grlhne at low rates at this Ci
! FINAL SETTLEMENT. J
rp H.E undersigned administrator ot j
j JL estate .of Wrn. Stewart,!
: (il,f.Pa.,en'. late of Pike county. Mo..!
. hereby "ives notice to nil creditor
and others interested in said estate.
''.hat h- intends to mnfcp n fimil wtlf-
at 'he ,n"Xt
C- uri of said
David mage, Admv.
Ni?. 23rd. 1844. 43.
(TOTTPl. : ; . . . .
,-ji.w i ii-, is uereoy jiive-n, mat uip
: i ndp.rsijnpd ,bas obtnined from
the County Court of Lincoln ?niwiy,
j b tiers of adminiratiitn upon the es
title o! Samuel Estei. deceased, bcar-
! ins cate tf e 14th day of ISov. A. I).
84, that all pprsons indeUed tor"" "V T.7
said esMte. rrnuerted to make i .whe,her Dffc- B,ut f
rrquesien io rxmoil men. propeny
amViitica-ed. wnlon one year lr(;m .de a -Whisj newspaper in the town
Ihe dale .,( -i.i h-tt-rs, -r they may of-BowUngfirccn, appealing to the sp!r
be pieuled fr. in imt benefit of suid it ofWh'pgery for approval and support:
estate; and if said claims le not pre-1 our coarse tben,isa plain one. Happily
sented w ithm three v.ears thev w ill be j our duty and our inclinations harmnn-
S R. MOXLEY, A lo.'r.
N.v. 18th. 1844. 3w3
NEW$00DS! NEW GOODS!
Large tf Splendid Assortment!
rjn HE subscribers have just receiv -
ed and are now opening in the
town ot Uaiksville.n:.rCe ; n1 sp! n-l.catins the claims of these gentlemen for
did assortment of Fall and Winter ; the highest office in the gift of the Arae
GOODS. which tl.py wv se!l to iru frlcan people, and in endeavoring to
tomers as ch-np as tMey .can !.e hd further the great principles of the Demo
i" St. Louis, f' r cash r a credit of eratic part v, it is believed, that we will
ail oiontlis. Tt.eir Miv.kicps ao.onnt- be contributing to the interests of a na
mti to SI5.000 liintish every van tv jority of our readers,
and qua'ity o! T. ...J-. s'lit hi- tor the Tiie chancre which now oectirs, was
Wr-srerri mnrke!. Call and exsm- j eontemplated dnr-injthe first iif the last
i-;e fT ic!.'f.ivi.., I summer, but a variety of circnmstanceB
ESTI& Mil:Tf')Y j which now have no existence, forbid
Oia.-kvi!e. Sc.v "l-2. 1644' 4 3 ilhatveJiouId carry into executbn one
.(letiffn. But as all obstacles have been
).. 4!h, I ma :r a rftce
, T . . . , ,
dollars, a-amst h mare rw nr d by iliJie ours ;s not calculated to effect any
said Hyghboi. M p rae.- vriS run. j preat revolution in the aspect of Ibe pe
and J won his n.ar. , coi.hr. to the .litical world, and must be limited in its
ib-i-inon of the UuL'hle.t has ! influence, still we are disposed to con-
siiure sued me in iisc cinuit court for j tribute our mite towards the elevation of
the recovery ol v.r marc. I dV em i a party, whose success 4s, we beGev,
'bis i.i-tice ne;e-f-:.iy . vi'.t:n a!' j intimately connected with the future
spoilsmen to be cai-.tint! hfw tfiev ! welfare and prosperity of our Union.
make races with sui-h 'Vr'l-ws. " I We hall therefore devote our enerpies
JES't il. SMITH. ; to this end, and shall enter with al and
Ashley Nov. tGh 1844 j enthusiasm into the present animated
' - ; contest.
CASH WAXTFD! I Upon all political questions our o-
t LL PERSON'S I.NPCr.TED to 't''"'0"8 e identical with those of tbe
the subscriber. reo,.es'ed to 1 Democratic party upon questions of
call an settle the :in.P. ,. ,,r before ; S,a,e P'J "-J ay PnS "P;.
the First dav of DecemLf, next. Bv:"P" MT l,'chtia;e ?cr.v!d 'ide
comolvinswithtl.enl ove, vou w.ii i.T c P T " - ' w
nii'-j oblii' 'oi's-inl tr shall fcaflessiy express our opinions. He
n.ii' i o ijie. voi.i s .me Kc. j shall neither exhibit a scrvile devotion
W. .! aca -.W:. to any of our public servants, not shall
M'nut('4l, at the Old Stand, in Ash- we be induced to aid in their downfall
ley. Flax-seed. I letup-seed, Timothv-. by dispustingabuse and unmeaning char
ged. Wheat. Feathers, Rat's. Hotter, pes. In a word, shall contend for what
Beeswax, Janes, Linsey. flenfls. Slc. i we esteem the true interests of the
M. M. M. j Democratic partT.
October C8'h, 1844. tf-52. j In pursuing the course we have here
- marked out for ourselves, we look for-
diiiiiiistratoj-"s Notice. j ward with confidence to the support of
"VTOT1CL is hereby given, that the onr friends in this county.
undersloned has obtained of the We have necessarily made somrsacrt
Clerk of the County Court of Pike fices, but we go to our task with the a
countv, leiter of Administration on "rance that our labours will receiv
th es'tnte of Win, Dow ell. deceased, 'heir Ti ill reward, and that we thall snert
benrinsdatpOcioLer Idh. 1844. all jwith. encouragement from a liberal cm
arsons indebted to s-.id estate, are j ""JT'- n ,. , .. , ... . .
requested to make immediate piv-l TERs-The Radical will he iblkhed
men.. All persons ha vim; claim a-! eV?rT Saturday morning, at $2,50, if paid
. :j ' . .within m months, and if payment be
ga n , said estate, are requested to lo BRer delad Three Dollars will b3
extnlut them properly nuthpnticntpd. exaCfed. "
w'n bin one year from tlie date of said i jr5T- - ..k r tv. . ,t.
letters, or they may be precluded
irom nnvinc ny ueneiil oi nam es-1
tate, and if not exhibited within threi
years, thev wi'l bp U rever I arrr ,'i
JNO. D. DO WELL . ,
NAT. POWELL Admr s.
October 19-h, IS M. 3iv50
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List of Letters,
WJEMAtMNG in the Pot Office nt Bow-
nnir t'reeii. Aln .on tin. Moth .l r
hepletuhrr lti44 which if not Uken out1
w,ihi thmr ,.,.... -.: ' . 1
OflSne a, (l,-n. letter.
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I U t .1
W S. O'Dannnn
vm n-.rrt T
Snnitlrl W. Cm
'. T. Dunn
John H. Epperte
Mary C. Gentry,
Floia A. Giay
J. A . Haytl'.n
I.eroy P. Johninn
Rlc lianl T. Jonet
Kmeron 4. siiieldi
W'ni. K. Si epherd
Andrew ShepherJ j
Jr.i. D Tiwlsle i
Henry P Woollen '
A Icy Watbnm
Mary Ann Maiir
Wm. W. Minor
FDV" A RDS, P. M
F. B. JVMrov
TIT ILL bo reraind in pivnient ofdal.ta
f ? dua lo tnyaelf or lha old firm of Canin.
imit qr. inn,, i ney can Da delirared at
Am R..llnn Tl. CI : - .1 . -
; v,..,. ...-k u..u in me pon onico
i k...l.l.nn lu mi..... ... a-.i i
iTan vard on the Lnuiana ro.d. r,.,w ;n i.
1 an yard on the Lnutaana road. Pork
taken tma Tall on Ibeaaote terror.
-. G. B. CEASE.
Oct lSlh, 1844. 43
Published in Htnline-Grtcn. Mo.
We commenced the publication of
"The Radical" two years and a half since,
and have continued its publication up to
the present time constantly aiming to
make it useful to our subscribers of each
of the'great political parties which divide
. and .agitate our country presenting a
' variety of reading matter on all the
I leading topics of the day, that both Demo
j.crats and Whigs might find something
suited to their peculiar principles; avoid
ing .the more exciting pnrtizan topics ami
opinions believing that such a course
faithfully pursued, could not fuil to meet
the approbation of both parties. Indeed
that course has been repeatedly applaud-
, . . , . j , , i,
mum(v. And we 1I0W have -the snecta-
i ize; and we henceforth devote whatever
1 of time, talents and industry, may be
j ours, to the diffusion of Democratic prin
; cipies. And we therefore place at the
I head of our columns, as candidates fur
! President , and Vice President of the
United Stale, ihe names of JAMES K.
j pQj 0f Tennessee, and GEORGE M.
j DALLAS, of Pennsylvania. In dvo-
removed, we have rushed into the lists.
1 ,1... l ,1 l..,Ot,. nanco i 1 .
: fi:. 1.
it 1J1L.I1 trtii ici mil i nnic av.i uia, y
I acri',. t;r n,i,l 1 2 no
Bowling-Grecn, Mo., Sept. 6th, '44.
TVTOTIOE is hereby piven, that the
nnilersijrripd has obtained of the
Clerk of the Countv Court of Rail
County, letters of Administration on
the estate of llussel Kinjr, deceased.
1 i. - .. i - .n.. n
l j . -i . .
"ons indebted to said estate, are re-
.qupsieu to mase rmmeaiaie payment.
i . . .
All persons hnving claims ntjamst said
estnte, arc requested to exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
j year from the date of said letters or
i they may be precluded from havinr?
i any benefit of said estate, and if not
exhibited whithin three years, they
will bp forever barred.
JAMES F- ALFORD,
October 1 844. 3w
IL S A d ir.is s.
j attotucn .nt ILaUj,
HAVING located in Warrenton1(Mo.,)
j offers his professional sen ices to the
citizens of WarrenCounty. He wilt al
; so attend the Circuit Courts of MonU
gomery, Pike, and Lincoln Counties.
! December, 1843.
WfTE WANT in payment of aub
W scriplkn, 6ft y or sixty ponnds of
rd soniR Corn Meal, and Bacon.
a. .wu, ami uglier c wiu pay lor Uia
above named articles the market price.
Badicl Office, Nov. Hth, 1844
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