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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 March 1843

CONGRESS. . . , . On the 13th inst. nothing of mnmont . transpired in the Senate. Mr. McDuf fie addressed the Senate at consoderable length in favor of his resolutions. In the House, the resolutions estab lishing agencies for the purchase of water-rotted hemp, were taken up and passed. The resolution calliug upon the Secre tary of the Treasury for the reasons for the removal of Jonathan Roberts, was ta ken up and passed. The Army appropriation bill was un-. der discussion in Committee of the Whole, and several amendments agreed to. The following was under consideration when the Committee rose: . '-For the continuation of the improvc- uinfa nn the Alisfioiiri. TVf Ohio, and Arkansas rivers, for the half calendar vear $ yu,UUU, and for the fiscal year f 100,000." The following mess.ige from the Pres ident was received and read, and follow ed by a dissullory and person.il debate between Messrs. Wise and Fillmore, tip on a motion by the latter to refer it to the Committee of Wy an 5 Mea...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 March 1843

$ior tra." The Watch. Sleep fearless on, the sky is bright. The tan are beainrng o'er the deep; The moon affords her gentle lifjht, AU'i well and cafe, then fearless deep. ' ' There's nanglit the srasib'rera rest to breuh. Scarcely the winds our while sails swell, The faithful watch alone must wake. To tiead tlie deck and sing "all's woll." Now, now thb gale, it brisker grows, And higher swells the briny deep. Swiftly our gallant vessel goes. All's fair, all's fair, yet fearless sleep. . Furl yonder sail the wind is strong, . But yet it does no danger tell, List, the untiring Watchman's song. Sleep fearlcft on, for "all is well. But now the stars grow dim and pale, t ; The moon lias left the low'ringsky, ; Wake, messmates wake, and furl the sail. The storm clouds gather thick on high. . Hark, hark, the thunders deeply sound, - i A gath'ring tempest, they do (ell; Bouse, slumb'rers rouse, from res: profound, . While yet the watch may cry "all's well " The waves aro dark, and madly ri...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 March 1843

Che m ami u I 'OOR COUHTRT AHD OVI'COOITIt'i WEAL. II V I. All ATI. TERMS OP PUBLICATION. Tbk Radical is issued ever; Saturday morn injr, at 82.50, if paid within six month, and if payment ho longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. XTT a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in aiitnncr,) Two Dollar. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. CT Postmasters are authorized by law to for. ward monov to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, .must be rosT taid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion 1; for each sabenuent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to lhoe who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (whan admissible,) will ba rharj. ed double the usual rales, and payable invaria. b!y in advance. 17 For announcing candidates, 2 each, invariably in ad'anee. C Advertisements (except for yearly ...

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 March 1843

i.-i rs wi r p. r i; i e 9 !. - . .-.--.- -: r Ecu ata. Last No. 2-1 F-e, Gil, col- accident occurred here yesterday after- umn, near the ton-far "i!:o stcer-cJ in r.oon-while firms; some 18 poundt.rsat nertv ". nhocc-ca W. ' a target, one of them burst, a piece of ZiS'.M' their ill jrolten S:c ' ,lh th,s ; cflhc !la!:,:al bf?l:,S 3 new year. i.c nave at . :is ume, vur um vi suuscuuers, i:cai.y mc i .. . . crcti name?., iijiu ui iri i:u;:iuii ,,n ,.. r.. . ..... ... i i i ery nearly, n uui en. e. .i:ri-i: i!u;n,ita, - - - - i . . i- i l I who have not, as fet, pi.! us a fartlamu! Miluury Manufacturing Company's ; nv.ilnnch, crushing m '1 oear.y In r.v We are fully aware of the extreme scar- , Ivctory at Millbury, Massachusetts, was ing several Iramc b.i.Idmgs at .he loot c:!v cf morev, as we i?o::ljt i:ot ro .!.,, cur patrons; yet, lutwiilitian-Jing this, they expect as regularly to fun:Lh them our paper. And iio'.v, v. c would cs, can it be expected cf i:s to enntimic to do so, whi...

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 March 1843

. ; ; For the Radical. . -laaprimamentfor DeotXol. Mb- Editor: Amonjithe numerous I freaks of legislative folly ena.-ted by our Representatives at Jefferson City Airing the prist winter, the-e is I be lieve none which h;is received such general condemnation ly the people as he net abolishing Imprisonment debt, an net uncalled for, impolitic, and ever injurious in its moral ten ' Jency. First. I My it wa total iinenl-1 if i i: . . r- i ul'i rs uui ui-j i:ie u.tst v. hi dfor,by r.n dictate of just.ee or,... ,,, Brn .. ! ., 1.mnnit-". i .1 ' Imprisonment for debt, did not properly speaking exist t all under our former law. , Thr.c who prate so b.ud'y ab'ul the doctrint f human light, or niourn with affected sympathy over the wflr-rings of the opptessed and imfortuite debtor, and the insulted majesty of' freemen, certainly do ro reflect upon the operation !' our ex istent inJcnt law, or els?; they can- ' Hot riil their minds of the old English doctiine lliat impiisonment was a tattslact...

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 March 1843

Cultivating too much Laud. It is ai. undoubted truth th.it one of the primary influences that retnrd the progress of agriculture and the productiveness of tiie labors ol agri culturalists in our State, is the o ner ship anJ improve i.ent (if that 'fin liecailed improvement which pushes a soil to less than half its capacity.) of too much land. We are told that i he farm of the celebrated Roman Cincinnatus, consisted only of four acres, the other three having been lost by becoming surety for a friend; Wc are also told thai Carius, who was celebrated for his frugality, and was three times chosen Consul, and thrice honored wilh a triumph on re turning from a successful campaign.' refused from the people a grant ol fifty acres of land, declaring that he was a bad citizen who could not be content with the old allowance of seven acres. "God forbid,"' exclaim ed this hero to his soldiers, "that a citizen should look on that as a small piece of land which will support a man. The evil oi an e...

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 March 1843

w time til 9 OCB COUHTEY AMD ODB COKItll'l WEAL. BY I. AOAT1S. BOWLlXG-GltEEX, PIKE COUATY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAKCII 18, 1843. IVo. 90. Yol. II. . TERMS OP PCBIJCATIOX. Tai Rtntcii. ia issued every Saturday morn tar. at t3.50, if paid within six months, and ifn.vnMathe Ion for delayed. Three Dollar will tyTo a eluS of Three or more subscriber!, (if paid in sdMerr.) Two hollar. Ne PPT discontinued until all arrearage ars paid, axons, ai lue op-wn of ihe Editor. fTFoslmaFtar are aathorizrd hv law lo fnr. ward monev to nawsnaner publisher, free of narge. All fetters to the Editors, by mail, eat be rear rain. Rate of Adrertitins. One square, of 15 line or 1mm, for the first va there, nnd ihe red luti stones con trasted with tie dark side of the mountnin. A they tell, they cist :i bright glow on the sro v, and each particular firey lingmei.tlighted up iU own portion of tlif snowy suiface, while a column of illuminated steam arose wherever ihe hissing balls of hre sunk un n the ground. ...

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 March 1843

Cowl ins-Green, March IS, IS 13, It w ill be seen from Sir. Henderson's reply to Sir. Davis, which will he found in another column, 'that the contemplat ed debate between these gentlemen is ap pointed to take place in Ashley, on Wednesday next. We are highly pleas ol r.t il-.ia. f.ir tit? teAson. mainlv. that "n H..,itv 5i! thus be afforded the f W;;1.wtn;.,n nrim inles. to eww-o this community, and to the -world, the grounds upon which they op- . . V.- pose this great moral movement, unas, long been a matter of surprise to us, . professors of religion and more especial- j iy the preachers ol that gospel winch we , J . , . , v . -J i , i ii ,v r nure and coed should oppose the ef- a v ions inai nave ucei:, ana are buu rauh.nij;, i ii,ml..!'.ii,nc(.nJ fi.:.rr,il i;.?n . ...ii that has been so long overflowing, with a destructive flood, all that is noble in human nature. We know rf nothing that would Lc more gratifying to the friends of Temperance generally, tnan an exposition of the ...

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 March 1843

.r' B8,Tr-""aterial: damage done at' cither ace. 'The Ukitko States akd England. ni The speech or Sir Robert Peel, de-l- ' Jivercd ia the Home of Cmnmons on J the late opening of Parliament, gives, tiik Guiltless. A private letter evidence that trouble is brewing be-j to the editor dated the 20;li insL, re . 1 ween the two Governments, which i lates an net of seduction the most 1 must invoVen new treaty, or sow-, atrocious in itself, and in it conse- thing worse, in its settlement. That j jquences the most terrible o! an v with . gentleraao takes occasion, to say, em-;n our observation. Some eighteen phiticaHy and unequivocally, that ' months nuo a Rev. Mr. Lefei re came there is market and important dif- j a quiet valley of the Susquehanna " .lerence between the rilit of Great j in quest of a congregation over which Urit Hit M search and her rijtit to visit 1 l exercise his pastoral iharge. His "mr r.-sls on the seas, sailing under j clothes were somewhat thread worn, ! ibeir awn ....

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 March 1843

TUB DEAD MARINER. Sleep on, sleep on! almve thy corse ' Tbe winds their Sibbith keep; Tbe waves ar round titer, nd thy breast IIearei with the heaving drrp. O'er the mild eve her beauty fling!. And there the white gull lift I er wings. And the blue halcyon loves tn lore tier plumage in the deer, blue ware: Sleep on! no willow o'er tbee bend With melancholy air; No violet springs, nor dewy rose Its soul of love lays barr; But there the tea flower biiglit and young. Is sweetly o'er thy slumber's flung. And like a weeping mourner fair, Tbe pale flag hangs its tresses there. Sleep on, alerp on ! the glittering di plha Of Ocean's co.sl wave. Are thy bright urn thy requiem The music of the waver; Tbe purple gems forever bjrn In fadeless beauty round thy urn. And pore and deep as infant love, Tbe blue sea rolls its wsy above. leep on, sleep on ! the fearful wiath -. Of mingling cloud ai d deep. May leave its wild and stormy track Above thy place of sleep ; But when the wave haanink to rest...

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 March 1843

"'"T'a. !4 i, fonr eopl copyof t'1, EugeiA A rant, . ica Carrara, , The n of Renlity, Tk Lord Byron, . r.Bennty.TbO; .a (By n,pristr,e sndot. ld.rly'r a Fortrs in. Wbk.kv- . ... j ling 18, " j and auy foe If y , . ...... ... rr; . - , . . . ' cotitir in (g coumi'i win," BY I. ADAMS. - .oiet.si.iedery Saturday morn, of J. .t 82.50. if paid within .ix months ..d . jrToeatb longer delayed, Three Dollari will be xseiea. L!iiJT!Ll'Mtai.",1,,,,lv," Rhnes.well tried to Nesspsr discontinued until ail arrears U.a paid, except at the option of the Editor. , (TToetmtrters ere authorized b law to fcir. vara money te newspaper publisher, freo of jkarje. All teltera to the Editors, by mail, t he fosr paid. . Rates of Advertising. .riff a ft Dae squsre, 01 i J line, or less, wr me urn' , Wtion 81; for each subsequent insertion fif-1 treeau. A reasonable deduction made to tkws who advertise by the year. I .Communications or advertisements of a per- nature (whan .dminible,) .ill be charg. JdmiWethe ...

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 March 1843

for the relief of Jeremiah Phillip,, sheriff of Linn county, I for the re'icf of Robert Allen, late collector of Henry county, to view and mark out a State road. . o encourage agriculture. for the relief of Robert Woeds, col lector o" Pulaski county. for the relief of James 'Wilson, com- j niissioncr for the sale of lots in the i . Iowa of Neosho, the county seat of INcwton county, to view and mark oi:t a State road, from Libertv in Clay county, by! way of Smith's Mills, to Sparta, in Buchannan county, for the relief of John Kinp, senior. amendatory cf an act entitled, an act .: to ' encourage the destruction of ' wolves. ''' TIIK UA DICA L. The decision of the Supreme Cour of the United State, against the Re For the Radical Ms. Aoams: The temperance debate supplementary to an act entitled, "an act concerning eviJence." supplementary to an act entitled, "an Bowling-Green, March 23, 1S13. jier Laws of the State of Illinois iVween' Messrs Davis & Henderson, , n came on on uie zzna...

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 March 1843

7 1 7 i ; ; i Foa 7Roict " Bar f?v Taxes A Xe Court Hoeae, fcc M Apam: Since the action of the coooty Court in relation to the qcectiif of a new Court House in " jhit county ; it appears that there are variow opinions entertained, and re- lrttr 'circulation in regard to hi future-operations upon the tax paver of the "county. If the calcu-' latiot which I have seen in the nianu- script of petition in your office, ad dressed to the members of the county Coort,(" which you were kind enough to cat! my attention,) be correct and true, ai the taxes should have to be consitefsbly increased, and the pro file thereby oppressed, and that such a Taaate as is contemplated to be built ahojj cost the county as much as 1 5903; there would then seem lo be sme plausible prounds for sun posingth it the Court waa eenurjU fir the 'course' it h is pursued in or. Afi'ws its erection. . Cut wili" il o ,lu delorence to we jujjimrni M tU who eem tf much. concerned j abiiut the welfare of the dear people; nn...

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 March 1843

L'i3 or tpyv -- Those who labor in the earth are the chosen feople uf God, whose breast he hail made li tat peculiar deposke for substantial and genuine Tirtoe. Jeffj:iim!. ' Dr've on, thu sturdy farmer, Drive cheerfully o'er the fifloj. The pleasure! of a farmer's life- . No other life can yield. ' - l ' Thou risest with the morning tun. To till lha fruitful esrih: . And when the daily task i done. Thou teek'at thv peaceful beartk. - Thou lovest not the randy town. '. With its tumull'ous roar; ' Plenty and peace thy fireside crown, And thou dost ask no more, , Are lowi ornparcd Willi tlief; ' They are the pampered sons of pride, Thou'rt God's nobility. ' Go on, thou sturdy farmer. Tread proudly on the. sod, ' . Thy proud and goodly her its ge, Thoii chosen man of God. The Cup dp Like. -We are apt to fancy in mir youth, says some writer, that the sweet cup of life basnet - diop of bitter: but.we all sorn dis cover that it is not so. With life ns wim every tnini ese, we- iitir; vie b...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 April 1843

THE-'-RADICAL BOWLIAG.BREKX, APRIL, I, 1SJ3. 2J"Th unusually long and severe winter, atid the consequent obstruction of navigation, has prevented our replen ishing our stock of paper. This we trust will le a satisfactory crikey for our half thectistue il is week. jTJ "J cstice" is informed that if he wishes his communication published, he must rcmply with our rule aud give his name. His having left it with another person will not answer the purpose. When we deem it necessary to pjwint agents to take in keeping the names of our correspondents, due notice will be giver.. ; :r On Sunday and Monday last we were visited by a snow storm, which we believe will compare with any pre vious one during the present winter.. The snow fell to. the depth of some 5 or 6 inches, and what is still worse it maid-1 . "v uiiusmun m aissoivc its con nection with mother earth at present. It is now the first ofApril, and the "earth is supposed ".to be frozen some 12 or 18 inchesdeep a gloomy prospect indeed...

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 April 1843

rav. i WKh ityi That p!V. .roood-, Tf. When Sol himself hi mounted high. And rale supreme, the God of dy Will mem'ry oa lime, wake the ' And cslUo mind- T,pef t ray ' Tie thus the love I hm Tor thee: : It ne'er can change-can ne'er decay. Though oft h rambles, wild kad free;' Thau art slooe its Taper's ray. , MlODUTW. New Hope, Feb' 1843 The Broken Heart. T G.' D. PRENXICK. 1 I. have see, tlie infant sinking down. like a sincwn nuwer, v tne grave the strong dan fiercely breathing nm his soul on tje fit J of battle the mis erable convjt standing upon the scaf fold witU a hep curse quivering on i lips. I ve viewed deathin.M u fonns of jjarkness and venseance jwith, a fearless eye but I could nev- Jftrfal28f Wiir,wn . fadinz awav lr i l ie wrta ith..an uncotrrpl.wn- sis rnplAnr-tinlt uritLnni r ...1 :.. l. i verting iut jery jouDiains oi lilo ttirnei to tear? Ind dust. Death is always terribtr lut when a firm of ansel bpnmv' U passing oT to the silent land of sleep Jrs, the heart feels...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 April 1843

THE RADICAL; Bo vlinc-GreeaMMM.M.M April 8, 1S43. For the Radical public Discissions. ; . Are they useful? Do they not mislead more than they enlighten? We listen to the political aspirant with the expecta tion ot his being the apologist of the vi- . ces and misdeeds of his party, and the Inducer of the virtues of his opponents. i But when summoned by .grave divines to hear the discussion of a question : which involves the dearest interests of humanity the morals of society & even the common decencies of life, we have a right to expect that they will aim at the polar star of truth impelled by motives of benevolence and philanthropy, and . be guided by an intimate knowledge of their subject, scorning the contemptible tvUiiMu..- anJrgoylUOTilw-folig"" fo1 crfedit of the .church demagogue. ., But unfortunately for the cause of 'hu manity and religion, we are often disap pointed we find that men, however ex- !.: f : ni v..i . biicu men jHUitrsMuns, arc &uu uui uicu, where moral ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 April 1843

the radical.; 2We have received no Eastern mail since Saturday last. Our columns are consequently barren ', of news this week. We shall next week, assume our wonted size and complexion. " ' The Mississippi is now free from ice and boats are again upon the tide. We learn that some three or four steamers landed at Louisiana on Wednesday last," . well freighted for that place and the nj river towns.. We may safely calculate that business of all kinds will now re- . vive. All energy and activity seems to have been totally congealed, during our long winter, in consequence of the shut- " ting up of our great channel of commu nication, the Mississippi. We received some time since a com munication purporting to be an outline of the Ashley debate, upon (he "temper'.' ance question, but we thought it inexpe dient to lay it before our readers, as wo ' bad some assurance that the parties themselves would furnish a more copi ous abstract of their arguments. : In this however our expectations, as...

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 April 1843

''.':'4': i Ch c M c ill ifillft OUR COUHTBT A Oil COORI1T Will," BY I. ADAMS. BOWLIXG-GREEtf, PIKE COUNTY, IfflSSOIJRf, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1843. ' TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tat Radical is issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within six month, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollara will be exacted. ITTo a club of Three or more aubacriberf, (if paid in adtanct,) Two Dollara. No paper discontinued until all arrearage! are paid, except at the option of Hie Editors. rrPostmarter are authorized b law t far. ward money to newspaper publishers, free ofj charge. All lettera to the Editors, by must be roar paid Origin of the Coroner's Jurt. The utility and wisdom of the law by which a coroner's jury is impelled over the body of every person who has the misfortune to die by some re al or supposed accident, so that no corpse can be interred without a le gal inspection, will be readily admit ted by every one we presume: but ma,, the origin of this salutary law being perhaps k...

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 April 1843

THE RADICAL. I5owling-Green... April 15,1843. Bowtixo Green Academy. This Institution is now opened under encour-, r Tl.i 1 f - T IIcbbaso, is a gentleman eminently qualified by education and a happy fa cility for imparting instruction, to distin guish himself as a teacher, by render ing the most valuable services to his pu- pils in all the branches of english and classical literature. His liberal attain ments, industry, and the attention which it is said he devotes to his pupils entitles him to the patronage of the citizens of our county who feel the importance of i bestowing on their sons and daughters the most valuable gift in their power a good practical, or liberal education. Our countj' is seldom favoured with op portunities of this kind fur the educa tion of the rising generation, and it is hoped and believed that the qualifications of Mr. Hubbard an a teacher will be du ' ly appreciated. For terms of tuition we refer the reader to the advertisement of Mr. II. on the fourth p...

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