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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 15 April 1843

v.- FOREGN NEWS. ' By tho arrival of the Steam-ship Columbia foreign news to the 4th ult. has been received. The Rt. Hod. C. Me tea! f, the new Governor General of Canada, arrived in the Columbia. In the manufacturing districts, trade, which at the begininng of the year, showed symptoms of revival, has receded to its former state of de pression, if it has not gone beyond it. The corn trade partakes of tho gen eral gloom transactions few, prices receding, and a feeling, of despond ency prevalent. Money is abundant; immense sums of it are lying comparatively idle, v . i.nJ for anything like good security, it may he obtained to any extent, at a low rate of interest. The English creditors who have advanced their nionev to tha repudi ating States in the Union, have ad dressed a s'rong memoria'on the sub ject to Mr. Everett, the American Minister, in London, with a request that it may be forwarded to the 1'ies iJcat f r preei'.atioi t Congress, and to the dilll'icnt State Legisla ture. - ...

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 April 1843

Paired ai tte twelfth tertian of the General Stttmblyof Jtiiuouri, lti'2 43. to provide for the education of Wm. An thony, a deaf and dumb ton of Wm. Anthony af Madison county. to authorise the county court of Jeffer on county, to settle with Stephen, Smith, administrator of Sol. Schocffer, deceased. to change the terms cf the county court! of Osage county. j a resolution to ay clerk to pay master general. a memorial to Congress respecting school linds iu Cooper county. to legalise the sale of school lands in the county of Platte. to mark out a State road from John C. Robinson's io Morgan county, to inter sect a State road in Benton co. to incorporate the Grand Lodge of Free and accepted Masor-i, in the State of Missouri. to establish a State road from Stone's Toil, on the Missouri river, to the beet and nearest point to intersect the road leading from Jefferson city to Uoonville to establish a State road from Louisiana, iu I'i!r.e county, to McElruy's store in . Ralls county. a rcs...

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 April 1843

"ooi curittjT IKS ovi eoviritT'i wtn." .- ' .- .-' ;.'?., BY I. ADAMS. BOWI.IXG-GREE.Y, PIKE COUNTY, BIISSOIJCI, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1843. Tol. II.--IV. 25. TEKWS OF rUBIJCATIOtf. Tb Radical is issued every Saturday morn tng, at $2,50, if paid within (iz month, and ' if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollar . will be exacted. XTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollar. No paper discontinued until all arrearages . are paid, except at the option of the Editors. (tXPostinastera are authorized b law to for ' ward money to newspaper poblbhers, free of - charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be roar rxiD. Rates of jldvertls'njr. . One sqonm. of 15 lines.r leJ, for the firs' " insertion $1; for each sabsequenl insertion 6f ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per ' tonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria bly in advance...

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 April 1843

" ! THE KA DIC A It. Howling-Green............. April 22, 1S13. 1 : --- -- The communication of "Justice" will be found jn to-cay s paper. e receiv- j cd this article some two or three weeks: (tin. aTirt clinntil lifivn rrivrn it nn p.irli rr place had the author complied with'""15 P" and20 studiously withheld l.is naaie until with in a few days. We have been surprised at the want of disposition on the part of our citizens to improve and beautify our village. We certainly lack that spirit of improvement which is so essential to give to our streets u.iU HtUllB till Oil Ot. ICU91 VI lllUUntl U1JU TT . , ... , ncatness. Heretofore our citizens have hesitated even in erecting such buildings ' Eswere absolutely necessary to coirfort, j and hare ber. loth to engage in any en- terprise that would conduce to the pros- j nl ..-..1!.- - .r ....... 1 1 perity of the tiwn, from a well grounded fef.r in the permanent location of our county seat. Maiy of our Louses pre sent an appearance of decay...

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 April 1843

To the Editor of the Radical: I New Discovert. The Baltimore Mk.Editoii: Underthe direction offhe! correspondent of the New York Her commissioners, Messrs. Reading Lonff!",d in statin8 the experiments of Mr. andRobinet.Iliave just completed lhe lter in Mesmerism says that X hey r.w . c 0. , I have led to the discover y of another survey of that portion of the St. Charles ;.d , imnnrlflnl ?Wm which and Palmyra Stale road, between Bow ling Green and Palmyra. Since the act authorizing the road renders it nearly impossible to change the road from Us1 location after it is once established, the lc a,r nnd ! ,::,,n be despatched loauy. , ' , place required. The writer thinks commissioners deemed it a matter of the1 J, ... V -,, , , ...-.i, that this discovery will dispense with nlmost importance to obtain all the in- ra;!roafjJt sieambuats, etc., and that formation in their power, relating to the hereafter pnssangers will be c mvey different routes, proposed that they Je J from one lnr.e t...

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 April 1843

We republish the following commu-, surer protection against drunkenness nicationof'A Washingtonian" for the than tipling or moderate drinking is a purpo6e of doing justice to the writer, to knave. Those who honestly fear that the community, to the memory of thej evil may grow out of the temperance re Apostle Peter, (who by an oversight of form know nothing of its principles, the compositer is charged withconcu-j To conclude, the writer of this arti pisancej and lastly to ourself. The ar- cle happens to know that the pretended tide was put in type by a rather inexpe- admission of Mr. H's defeat is utterly rienced compositor, and in the hurry and ( untrue; and he oners as a reward cither confusion which is usual on publication one years subscription to the Radical, or day, we handed this article to a friend a large new octavo Bible, with notes to examine, not doubting but he would and marginal references to any man who examine it as critically as we should ' will publish any ideas, re...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 April 1843

mOO COOITIT AMD OVI COBXTBy's Wtt. BY I. AD AIIS. TEltXg OF PTBLJCATIOX. T RtatctL n iaard r 'rv Saturdav mi.rn inf, at 82.59, if paid within nix month, and ii piiimni na longer ce uvea. Three Dollar wilt h rzaced ;." "" XTTo a clnH of Three or more aubaerihera- (if paid in aaVuarr,) Two Dollar. . 'e"n'.i..ied nntil all arraan jet n js COHntmr.en frm tVRMny and Op r rend, except al timnp inn nftlie Editor. ., . ' .' CTPmrtmaFtera am antWised l.r law to far. P'- He WMS theieh.re Convict ward nonr, in nnwenaper rMil.li.liir, free of ed of the crime of treason, and fleil eharfe. All Mtera to la Editor, by mail, tenced to be executed. His speech mint be rurr aii. ' i - i - ; belore nts judges and accusers i yon tlatcs or AdTerlisin. jsidered most pointed nnd hvpt-it' Onewpnre. of 15 tinea or lw. f.ir the f rt The Vt-nino before llis deuih, while inerlin gt; for each -nb-Tiirnt in.-nion f.f. : xte. wr,U(.n e-e busy with ihe C .f If cent. A "-asnnalilo dedur'inn made to e i i i j i i - ta...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 April 1843

THE RADICAL. Bon linf-Green............. April 2!, 1SI3. We invite attention to Mr. Budd's Circular on the flour and grain market in to-day's paper. Mr. B. lias address ed us, asking for information respecting the prospect of the present growing wheat crop in this section of the state. It is his intention we believe to issue a circular on the 1st. cf May, on the "pros pect i'f the present growing crop," and to this end he has addressed circulars of inquiry to all the grain grow ing slates uf the Union, and to their several sac tious, for the purpose of obtaining data on which the public may rely with con fidcnc. Mr. B. speaks thus of the prospect in Illinosi: "I am now on a tour through the middle couuties of this state, and I find the grain has been seriously injured by the constant succession of thawing and freezing which has characterized thc present winter." The same causes have produced simi lar results in this state; and we arc told that the present growing crop in this sec ti...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 April 1843

Apalachicola, March 27, 1843. "The prospects of the next crop are now, indisputably, most unpromis. ing, and planting at least six weeks later than that of last season. If the weather that we have, prevails as ex tensively in the cotton region, as I have understood it does, the coming crop will be reduced, I should think, 1,000,000 bales from the figures ol last crop. We had ice here night he fore last, an occurrence heretofore unknown in this place. Every thins; In the ground (planted) is killed, and last rear, at this time, the cotton plant was three inches above ground. At Columbus, I hear, it snowed and froze -fill dav. The corn cror. now of prime necessity to the planter, must be planted overngain. In (he mean while the rain pours down four days out of five, accomp-inied by such Hiihthing as can only be 'got up" here. Hon. WiHiam Allen of Ohio. But Tew men now in public lifn enjoy a more enviable reputation with the people th.m the lion. Wni. Allen, Senator in Congress from Ohi...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 29 April 1843

53 0 CtVV!' The JTcm spnycr. In pcwn and slii-per lnn y elre-it. And breakfast hrnupht a welcome guest; VIiat w it give the n.cal a lest ? The Tjyer. When new laid eggs the table grice, And smoking rolls are in their pare Say, what enliven! cveiy fare? The Paper. In vain the urn ia hissing hot. In ain rich Myron stores the p-it. If the Tile postman haa forgot The Paper. What ia it makes the man of law. Neglect the deed or plea to draw On ta, G fa, indic'ir.cnt, flaw? The Taper. What it absorbs the wealthy eit. The half pay suh, the fool, the wit. The consequential, frotverd clii'? Tl:e Paper. Whatib'l informs the world around. What's atnl'n or t-tray'd or lost or found, Who' born, or who put under gronnc? Tim Paper. "What tella yon all that's done or said. The fall of beef or nee of 1-rend, And whoa fool of has teen made? The Taper. "What ia't narrates foil mnnr a story Of Mr. Speaker, Whig or Tore, And heroes all alive for glory? The Taper. What i1 that gives the price of decks. Of...

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 May 1843

by I. ADAMS. TERMS OP PCBIJCATIOX. To i 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. ITTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (i fpaid in advance,) Two Pollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. jtrPostmartars are authorized hv law to fir. ward money to newspaper publishers, frco of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosT run. Rates of Advertising One square, of 15 lines or less, for the firs' insertion $1; for each subsequent 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 he charir. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. bly in advance. tt For announcing candidates, 2 each, invariably in advance. ICT Advert isementa (except for yearly adver tisers,) should in all cases he accompanied ...

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 May 1843

I V THE RADICAL. Bowling-Green, May 0, 1S13. "CLAHKiviLLE" shall Lave a place next week. The decision of Judge Catron of the U. S. Circuit Court, on the constitution- ality of the recently repealed Bankrupt Law. It will be seen that he reverses the decision of Judge Wells, who it is said will confrom Ids action in .ill oilier cases before him to the o,i.iun,f Judge Catron. ; We undent-no that 1 sen i weel !v Til :i c .i.ti.l una un.ll umuu.-tn.il 1 wm " Louis to Keokuck, at the lower Rapids. The mails will be cxchai ged at Clarks ville, Louisiana, Ilanuibal, Marion City, Quincy, Warsaw and Kcukm-k. This arrangement vmii give wu-.c iniiaLiian., rM r." . . Ions ago have been cMciuicd to n:em. ii c m me interior in orucr to secure cpy benli Irom ,is new arrargrmrnt, must set ourselves about cslal lisl.irg cross routes from the point r.r.ned on the river. This may be clone where routes will probably not be e stablished by the general government, by private subscription. The expense will...

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 May 1843

JCDOE CATEO.V3 DECISION, 1 rjptcy the u h s dews erty, flies ...... .art-tis rui.r. me pen t...ner moved lor In. discharge; ihe ;.. . ... it : . . . District Court refused t. grant such motion; "because it c .nsi.lered the Aci ol Congress under which s nd j Klein iisked to he discharged from ; in. iiruu, ns ueiug aaint Hie Uon - titnt!..n ..( lt, li.li. l O. . ..1 1.... .1 u. . . l: . .. ... 1MU ul.. ico ijiiuty; 11 nu ciieieioie me iouii nan no i:ower t.i 1. 1: ..1 ,1 .1111 sui.o uiM;ii;i!ge. fne grounds of th-s iudi?e nent.the 1 ulS 19 tin OfltlP.-il IrArt. ilia I !...,. I r .- '. 7 , .. . " . aram- .... i . i . l . . : . t.. -. .?.. ; I,.,.,-. . ? ...... ui i riiiwnv. rnii hi. a u.sl,.i. i c v irau .nc mi rc .if u. uv iu r.ii1"' m uiiinir r rniL ' r rr- i if tot ilhuDuniiu case ..f wnk-.!di!.i.it.iif..i . Ln,rth'c ed-! mostratiot. ,,1! .....m'a. t.i.h-. and i.i nl.- i n 9 trJ. ; l . .-I. ..r A the F.tate '.f Wir.um D. Kccs, I" ! 1.', "IT .9 i.i. :. -- "T ' . . ... n . irom iiia ....

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 May 1843

33 0 C t V i. The mother's Bible Gift. BY KKS. CORNWALL BARON WILSON. When in future dislant yean Thou ilia't look upon this page, Through the crystal Tale of tears, That dim our eyes in after age. Think it wa a mother's hand, Thoug'i her smile no more thou'lt see, Pointing towards that "Letter land," Cave this sacred gift to llicc! Lightly thou cstoem'st it now. For thy heart is young and wild, And upon thy girlhood's bron-. Nought but sunny hope hath smiled! But when disappointments conic, And the world begins to steal All tby spirits early bloom. Then its value thou will feci! To lliy chamber still and leno. Fly, and search this sacred page, When earth's blandishments are gone. Every grief it will assuage! Close thy door against the din ji woriuiy lolly wonuij ,ca4 Only let the radiance in Of each heavenly promise there When the bruisod spirit bends Neath the weight of sorrow's chain. When of all life's summer friends, Not one flatterer shall remain, Lay this unction to the wound...

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 May 1843

'J ' 7 C'h't B en in k nt I )0 CODKTII AMD Oil COUNTRY'S WZAL." BY I. ADAMS. BOWL1.(;ro;, pike COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1843. Vol. II.-No. 98. TERMS OP PTOUCATIOX. Tbc Rdical n issued every Saturday morn ing, at 93,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed, Three Dollara will be exacted. 17" To a club of Three or more subscribe, (i fpaid in tdvaacc,) Two Dollara. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. tLTPostmasters are authorized by law te for- waru money in newspaper puuusoerp, irce 01 Charge. All letters to tne Editors, oy man, must be fost paid Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the firs insertion 31; for each subsequent insertion 6f ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be chsrg. ed double the usual rales, and payable invaria bly in advance. XT For announcing...

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 May 1843

V -J 4 HE RADICAL. nowiinS-Green,..........Mar 13, ism. Temperance Meeting. There will be a meeting of the Bow. ling Green Temperance Society, in the Court House, on Sunday the 21st day of nr. . 1 1 .i , . may, ai ii o ciock, A. Jl. A punctual attendance of all the members, is ear nestly requested. By order of the President. "Coine iip and sign the pledge" on the 21st of the present month. On that day as will be seen on reference to the above notice, there is to be the biggest meeting yet. Don't forget the day Sunday the 21st inst. We take pleasure in stating to ihe friends of Temperance, that the uoggcry in this village u evidently in a decline . and we are every hour locking for it to yield up the Ghost. There is something so irresistably winning in a well intended compliment, that we are quite sure our readers on looking over the introduction to Justice's Article in to-day's paper, will excuse our weakness in consenting to admit another of his long yarns. We dislike at any time t...

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 May 1843

to allay as it wan to juggle into office a man who has manifested such a willing disposition to be used as on instrument of partiality and oppres sion. One word in relation to the treat stress laid by Judge E., on my use of an anonymous name, thoi;i:!i much more might be said on it. This is no personal controversy or quarrel, nor i r. I . i . i- - ... . snau 11 ue, noiwunsianaing trie pililul attempts to make it such. If I had such personal quarrel, I phould have no objections to placing; my name at the bottom. But as this is a pu'hlic ques tion, and all the public have to do is to decide on the merits of arguments, they will readily perceive that every effort to give it a personal aspect, only betrays the weakness ajd guilt of the party making the attempt. With my thanks to the E liUr for Ills courtesy in publishing my com munications, for aught 1 know agi-inst his private inclinations, I submit the whole matter to an intc'.'i-icnt r u!.'ic. JUSTICE. P. S. I had nn anecdote for tfj...

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 May 1843

-poetry. For the Radical. Martha, of the Bluff. Tbey tell roe in the cities fay, Tht lassies all are (air; That at the ball, or at th play. There's nought, but beauty there; But let them praise, their city Bttte, Our girls are fair enough, Aad, the pride of mountain, plain and dell, IsMartha of the Bluff. They say, their city girls can dance, Like sylphs and fairies, light, And in their waltzes fresh from France, Are Gadetsti by night; But I care not for what they say. Nor heed their idle stuff; " For none can equal night or day Sweet Martha of the Bluff. She's modest, cheerful, mild and kind. And fair as rosy morn; With gentle mien and cnltuid mind A rose without a thorn, ' Had I the world, I'd stake it all, And think it not enough; That none can cope in city hall. With Martha of the Bluff. The city Belle, thinks she is fair. As tripping to the shops. To purchase there, some borrow'd hair, To gull poor city fops. But, with the paint upon her face. Her "Buttle" and bar ruff. She nev...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 May 1843

T , rrr. f kt Ha Meal; ' 1 "OUK COUNTRY AND OUR COtrRTKY's WEAL." BY I. ADAMS. BOWLlXG-ftREE.Y, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, ITIAY SO, 1813. Vol. II. No. 20. .. . - , i ' ' TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tbi Radical i issued every Saturday morn ing, at $3,50, if paid within six months, snd if payment be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. XJTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (i 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 rosr mid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the firs insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif tv cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) ill be charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b!v in a...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 May 1843

THE-KADICAL. Hon ling-Green,.., Mar 29, 1S43. Washisctomaks! don't forget the meeting at the Court House to-morrow, Ht 11 o'clock. We refer the rcatler to Mr. Budd's Circular on the prospect of the present growing wheat crop, which will be foun in Another column. A company of Mexican traders arriv ed jn St. Louis last week, on hoard the Oceana steamer, from the Missouri, hrnging with them $270,000 in specie. A sung little sum to be sure. Let it circulate gentlemen. Sears' Family Macazi.ne. This is the title of a new monthly periodical of forty large imperial octavo pages. It is in tended to furnish, at a cheap rate, a vari ty of pleasing and instructive matter, particularly in those departments of knowledge, which arc best calculated to elevate the taste and improve the charac ter. It contains in a condensed form the contents of books, illustrative of Histo ry, Geography, the Fine Arts, Natural History, Agriculture and Rural Econo my, useful arts, the Natural Sciences, Bi ography, T...

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