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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 May 1843

LATER FROM EUItOFK. Ar rival of Steamer Hibernia tan days later from England. There was no material change in the state of trade. Amongst the novelties of the d iy may be noticed the speedy departure of Mr. OTJonncl's eldest son for the United States, accompanied by Mr. Thomas Steele, to organize an agita tion there for the more speedy repeal of the union. Disturbances have taken place in somo parts of Ireland, especially in the neighborhood of Monnuhaa. "with a view to obtain n reduction of rent. The lowrr class of die people, having assembled themselves in numbers, committed numerous) outrages; the stewards of the different estates be ing in funeral the object l their furi ous indigmtion. We hive accounts of shocks of the late earthquakes overjnearly the whole of the continent of Europe, in Afri ca, and in Aii Minor. In P.ilesiiue. as usual, tile shoe!; were quite vere. s.:. The Hampshire Independent state tint a French Catholic priest, of trea ty five year's standing, recently le...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 May 1843

9 poetry- "ix ccELo qriES." BY J. D. BAT.NE. When earthly joys are fading, And friends we lov'd depart, When grief's dark gloom in ehadin; The sunlight of the heart, And wild despair. On hopes most fair, A withering blight has riven ; There beams more bright. Faith's beacon light, It is "There's rest in Heaven." This hope, like love, entwining Its charms around the soul; An altar there enshrining. Though sear of sorrow roll. "The still small voiee" Of the spirit's choice, Its peace on earth has given. And from the heart No more depart The hope of "rest in Heaven." "It is not good Tor Man to be alone." The truth of this divine sentiment has been attested through all the many ages which have succeeded its first promulgation. In every aspect in which woman's influence may he regarded, it appears inexpressibly kind and powerful. Man is styled "Lord of the Creation," hut how deso late would he his reign if unattended bv the smiles of woman. Take a- way from life the adjudging power of he...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 May 1843

il ill It I , BY I. ADAMS. TERMS OP FCBI,ICATIOX. Tut Radical i issued every Saturday morn ia, t $2,50, if paid within six month., and tf ptvment be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. JTTo elnb of Three or more sukicribers, (i paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of lira Editors. ETPosttnaeters are authorized bv law t fir. ward mono to newspaper publisher, freo of entree. All letters to the Editor, by mail, must be fost faid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the firs' insertion $1; for each sabennent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) will bo charg. ed double the usual rates, and parable invaria ble in advance XT For announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in ad -snce. XT Advert isementa (except for yearly adver. fisers.) should in all cases r-o accom...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 May 1843

4 .," V 'THE KADICAL. Bou Jijig-Grocn May 27, 1913. Wcuiicovtrim error m the no- lice for a ,. ... , . : uuuse ou ounuay me -uiu ui uiay. eu irom IMS snip uuv a iev uoya ,... mcrUnp at , m. Shepherd's. , 0 ,., J i.v..i..u:. .u. Instead of Saturday, read Sunday the, 11th Jure On motion Jas. O. Btoadhead was call- "ed to the chair, and Jesse G. Rogers ap- At a meeting oflhc citizen, of Bowling j poiufed Secretary pro tern. " Green and vicinity, on Friday the 26th The society then proceeded to the el - instant, a committee was appointed ' ion ofoffiLr. for the ,n to inquire into the propriety of ecle- jjiuiin-ij ui nil. brutingihc coming 4th of July, and iiieir report oc iavorauie, a committee ol arrangements will be selected by them. The Liberty Banner. This is the .:.i- . r .. . , ". I mic ui a new paper rccenuy naricu at Liberty, in this State. The LV.nncr ad vocates the claims of Col. R. M. John ' son to the Presidency, anil is out against the Clique in no measured terms. ii eat. 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. — 27 May 1843

Arrival n u Thr-fir-nt w-o r. - ,r roici ii. iiiDia n no. kins, arrived on Friday, the 12ih in- . stant, at New York, in welve and hall days from L vcrDool. From ths Aew lork ssun, and the English pa pers, e gather the following""items: The Liverpool pipers are still com- planum ol the obundance of money the unhealthy annprflmt r :. .i ,.....,-t "i . ; . 1 wn,e 'nlresl the extent of two per cent, the mon I I I . ..Ill . , cy holders wiM run to stock, rai - 1 r, f ,. . ' rj" roads, wc, I. reign snd domestic. rPl .. . "', . , . .. . ... r-.-,..., i iiiiuil wiiii accounts of murders as our own are Mr. E Iward Everett, the Ameri can minister, has written a letter to the New Fanner's Journal, to con tradict the statement reported to have been made bv iIr. Joseph Hume. M V., at a meeting of the Anti-Corn-Iuw League in Drory lane riieatre name-: l:,sl cvcnin we "nve received the la Iv, liiat "at a public meeting held in ! tost news ('"m Campeachy and Me September lat, at which the 3)iike !...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 May 1843

From Sears' Family Magazine. Hallowed be Thy Jiame. BY MIS ELIZA COOK. List to tlie dreamy tongue that dwells In rippling wave or sighing troe ; Go, hearken to tlie old church bells. The whistling bird, the whizzing bee ; Interpret right, and ye will find Tis "power and glory" they proclaim: The chimes, the creatures, waters, wind. All publish "Hallowed bo Thy name !" The pilgrim journeys till he bleeds, To gain the altar of his sires ; The hermit pores above his beads, With ical that never wanes or tes; Gut holiest rite or longest prayer That soul can yield or wisdom frame, "What better import een it bear, Than, "Father! Hallowed be Thy name!'. The savage kneeling to the sun. To give his thanks or ask a boon ; The raptures of the idiot one Who laughs to see the clear round moon; The saint well taught in Christian lore. The Moslem prostrate at his flame All worship, wonder, and adore; All end in "Hallowed by Thy name!" Wbale'er may be man's fakh or creed. Those precious words compri...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 June 1843

"OUR CODIIIT AlfD OtJ COUNTRY'S WEAL. BY I. ADAMS. BOWLlG.GREE., PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JIWE 3, 1843. Yol. II.IVo. 31. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Thc Radical is issued every Saturday morn in at $2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. J$To a cluh of Three or more subscribers, (i paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued onlil all arrearages an paid, except at theopiion of the Editors. T Postmasters are authorized by law to far. ward money ts newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, most be tost paid. Rates of Advertising. t One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion SI; for each sobtequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible.) mill he charg. -ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria-: b'y in advance. I XT For announcing candidates, $2 ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 June 1843

SI es are ttcadih- tcndiiiT upward. ":;:; rrinmnsJcnaJion. rv.Sirltob.rt Peel made the follow-: collection of despots, nnd iU object .; IMosrar. ih tincnnsti uaze.ti - ?j rMj observations, ih be read , was to crushthe liberal sr-tnt then a- vs: 'jhe l-.;. veu- D.:n:: l:avin: ' , 7r, r C"'.,. ii;h interest, aj showm.-? tic vtews, rousing m Germany, These n,on- out Iv the CctrtrirMoncrs crnointcd by nitcd :h the ethri 1'anks ol Ut:c.tvj sVa'hn.'hfrl iot the tfrfisn imm-uri a u t - k ly iii'"iiarcu,a, the legislature for .bat pnrpose. Tln rcc, Iving t!, na- , of ,1, Batd:, o, j ,!,LA, NoV,SK, l5. ..r o,rM T, J St thTln rdtte' Stj dLtance from fit. Charles to Troy by the . the interior and c f ;!;e nr.-dibonntr Qirsfu- I. ere is naniy pro-, ' H- ' ! nfrr.(.t rfM,, 5n,prr now Mii't LS2 milesto this place, C3; State?, we li:,vo r...w a hnr.-ooiiioys j !,:fI.:ed to r.-oi.,ik the shm, ami get ; ' . j ,.,,Urse which the : tern:.-! concern of another people T!:e whole distance from St. lU s!a...

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

i-. nnjanunibcrof flu b3atmcn ore.::i t3ivn Temperance Meeti!'. I ADMIXISTHATOIPS SALE. I SHERIFF'S SALE. .SHERIFF'S SALE. - b-iie. whow,htoloa(lu?w,thaoura!1d A Temperance meeting will be held! to sold, cm the 17th of TgY vi.-tise ar.d authority cf an cxcl "n0!!:S .viu-Wforawmm-r ir?,-,, betore d;- at the residence of Mr Wm Shepherd,! June ncxr, the Into rcM-Jnr.ee oction ie.l 'rem the elite e of , vew.l cs nit-u .issuii "f po5cJio!av:r ..:..:-,. ,,, in tins ,nwn.i.:.. c.... ,ui mi. ! of Thomas Chin, r.ct'in. li.-f.rn-r,!. t!:P C.crL of ihr Circuit Curt ,fic:"ice f;l t..e Glerfc o! t.:c ciitU.v t-i.r.. (day of June. The l.Uturv and princi-'on Im&u Crec, c!l the pt-r.nal cs-' Pike cot....y- Missouri, in favor of of the county ct Aue n -- - The ctj a,.l:ct .re to'dimr at a IW, a,.,l ; pits of the Temperance Itcform will be latent fail dccc.se;!, r-r.ii,iintf o'. ; S ihs-i;on Mine. and noiiiKt William ! .'.I..Niouri, one m "V-VA iwrr I'Uhow ,y dj.iua tiabxtc ih,-ir j explained by ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 June 1843

I30tvvt Tiie Keantifal. BY MRS I- H- SICCCIlNrV. To i bright bud, wilh heart of fl unc, riicAi-el of tho Seasons cnnc, Took its green sheath and hund away And turned it forch-Ml to ho day; And frora its blushing depths updrenr A stream of incense pure ai deiv. II kissed its cheek, and went hi way And Ihenaform, with temples gray, Stood at its side, and taught it how To shrink, to shrivel, and to bow. On the brown mould its lip to lay. And blend wilh sweet things passed away. To a fair maid, in beauty's spring. Lore' Angel came on radiant wing. Nerved her light foot to vkim the plain, And made her voice a music si rain; And clasped his cent us o'er her breast. Till every eye her power con Test. Another form, with shadowy dart. Pressed to her conch and chilled her heart; Pale grew the brow with roses Gred, And her last breath in groans expired; But that which bound her to the'nky Escaped his shaft It could not die. SHORT PATENT SER.MO.V. Br tov- JR. The words of the text may be found ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 June 1843

3 OVJ C0CSI8I AND OUB C0U5TB.V S WEAL. K0UXt.6-aR2z::v, nut: cssi.vjy, sat i;ss 23.1 v, jusk 10, ig.is. Vol. II.IYo. S3. tfjs-is of ri:ni..ic.iTiox. Thk lionet, is issued every Saturday morn in;, at $2,50, if paid within six mnntlis, and if invmcnt be longer delayed. Three Dollars will he exacted. 2JT') a chi! of Tliree or moro subscribers, (i paid in ailmnrr,) T-vu Dollars. N'o pijifr discontinued until all arrearages are pniii, except at tiie option of the l'.Jitnrs. Ij"Postinnfters nro atitliorizi'il liv law to fnr ivaril monev to newspaper pnhlMicrs, free of c'iar?. AH Iclt.-rs to the Editors, hy mail, must he r.sT rim. Rates f AIvfvU;i:iT. Or., sq nre, of l." lines or less, for tiio firs' j insertion $1; for eacli sfihcr;u;'nt insertion lif- j tr cents. A reaioiiab!? deduction made lo j Wiiiii.: and t! i m c vtTy hour has its unties; i sinus, cvi n.ist univo sal versions '' "i uenerr.iiv ""M-.'s en to idle A'l t!,.wo VJ. 'il'le ill t : ,J( tvilly rVorviilid si ale o! vassal:!: ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 June 1843

THE RADICAL. I!ovlins-Crecn,..........Jnne 10, lSi3- During the last two weeks there has been a pretty frequent passing of wag gons to the river, loaded with tolacco, liemp, &c. Yesterday, we believe some thirty hogsheads passed through town. We pray for a speedy rctnm of the hard, fur we are heart and soul sick of this ev erlasting cry of "no money." It has hereabouts actually become lawful ten der in cases of debt, and unless the far mers take compassion on us, and distri bute some portion of the avails of their Tobacco and Hemp, we shall all be com pelled to adopt, or rather continue to adhere to the principle of repudiation. Ej"Onc word to those indebted to us. c dislike to dun, and we as much dis like to owe small debts without the means to discharge them. We therefore Sale of Lands for Taxes. A page of the lust Jcffeison Inqui- Still Another Expedition a. gainst Santa Fe. An extra from the Galveston Civil- rer is occupied with an advertisement ,. , , , , . . i . . , r . . ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 June 1843

-sejir For the Radical. It is an old saying, that "one story is good till another is told." This will ap ply to the warfare which has been car ried on through your paper for some months past, about the subject of tem perance. I use the word warfare improperly, perhaps, for in truth, the fighting has been all on one side. Your paper just ly cl aims the character of impartiality in politics, and hoping you will be equally just in contraverseys on other subjects, I shall venture to write and send you for publication, a few ideas upon the other side of the temperance question. And here I wish to be distinctly un derstood, that I go for temperance in the true meaning of the word; but I confess lam "tee-totally" opposed to laying men under oligation to practice total absti nence, for many reasons. And first, because the lbble don't re-1 quire it. Secondly, because the laws of our country don't require it. Thirdly, because it is signing away a man's liberty. Fourthly, because it creates un...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 June 1843

,1 jj ,1 ,i ?! i 33 o e t v i. SETEXTEEX. it MRS. CAROUSE OILMAN. In childhood, when my girlish eye Glanced over life's unl'adod green. Thoughts undefined, and sweet, and new, Would l-Iend with thee sweet revcnleen. Ecstrnined at twelve by inntron C3rc, m I""cntca mJ roOTCOicn" s"en How bright the son, how free the air, Fecmed circling o'er bright seventeen! fa Thirteen arrived, but ft ill my hook, My arcss, were watclicd with aspect Keen; Scares on a novel might I look, And balls must wait for seventeen. Fourteen allowed the avenirg walk, Where friendship's eye illumed tho scene The long, romantic bosom-talk. That talk which glanced at seventeen. The next revolving circle brought A quicker pulse, yet graver mien; I read, I practiced, stu-hed, thought. For what? to stop nt seventeen. Sixteen arrived, that witching year When youthful hearts like '. ujs tre rccn, Iteady to ope, when first appeir The genial j-ays of soventceu. They come have passed think not, maids, ?Iy hand shall craw...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 June 1843

'on cogjTii nt ovm. couitit'i win, BY I. ADAITIS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tac Radical n issued every Saturday morn ing, at 82,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. ETTo club of Three or more subscribers, (i paid in arfeaaer,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued nntil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. CTPostmarters are authorixed by law te far. ward money te newspsper publishers, free of charge. All letters to lb Editors, by mail, must be rorr rain. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the firm insertion 81; for each subsequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the yesr. Communications or advertisements of s per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria bly in advance. XT" For announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in advance. (Advertisements (except foryesrly adver tisers.) should ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 June 1843

a THE RAniCAL. Eowling-Crccn,.... June 17, 1813. 51-The absence of our Editor tin s! Tr ' a " " M V werfc Ml k , , for the sake of it she makes her week, we hope vtill be an excuse for a 1,, , . -r blunders. 1 ua ; greatest sacrifices. She goes to. church ' j to display her own dress, and to crili- If- We notice in the last Mo. Re-' cise the dress of her neighbors. publican the arrival at St. Louis, of the ' Hcrehildren are objects cf great inlcrest Hon. Thotnas II. Benton, the Hon. John t to her, because she can dress thcai to J. Crittenden, Senator, & W. J. Graves, "t her fancy, and the little uneoncious Member of Congress from Ky., and J. innocents, are made to toddle about the Phillipps Phoenix, member of Congress elect, irom the city of Pcw 1 ork. 2f - New Pcblicatiox. We receiv- ed this week, a specimen number of the Artist and Lady's World, a new Maga- 2ine publiscdin Philadelphia, and edited by Mrs. Stephens and Charles J. Peter- on. It is rather the most eWy thing in it...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 June 1843

- , .... ... A ..I ... . J.i-y BOUNDLKSSNF.SS OF THE CREATION. jbout the time of the invention of the telescope, another instrument uaJ formed, which laid open a scene no less wonderful, and rewarded the; inquisitive spirit of m m. This wat the microscope. .The one led me to see a system in every stir; tl:e other lends me lo see a woria m every a torn COM-T1KRC1AL. St. Louis, Juno 14. Flour The price hat been tteadily main" I taincd during the week at $4 53 fr Super fine, and $4 4 V2i for Fine, at whxh fij urea numerous operations have bero made. The price at New Oilcans at the last date, I however, lint caused nil abatement in the The one tatiaht me that this dei'd for shipment, and the market to day tnijhty globe, with the whole burden j ' r:,t!' lat.g.ii.l, hut there is no deposition of its people and its countries, U hut on Ihcpart of holders to give way. 'Irc a grain of sand on the lij:h field, of j a larger stock cm sale this mowing than a immensity; the oilier teaches me that...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 June 1843

AN ACT i o provide for the call of a Convention. lie it enacted by the Gneral Assembly of the Slate of .Afissouri, as fdlows: 1.1 here shall be, at the general elec- lion for the members of the General As-1 scinbly, in the year eighteen hundred and loriy-iour, a pun opened, at the several election precincts, for taking the sense of the people of this State upon the ex pediency of calling a Convention to a mend, alter or make a new Constitution of this State. 2. It shall be the duly of the judg es at the several electiuu precincts in this State, at the election aforesaid, to cause a poll to be opened, which poll shall contain two columns: one to be head ed 'Convention,' the other no Conven tion;' and they shall cause the votes of cacli individual voter to bo set in the ap propriate columns. 3. All persons qualified, by the Constitution and laws of this State, to vote lor members of the General Assem bly, shall be entitled to vote fur or against said Convention. 4. At the close of sai...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 24 June 1843

141 e fUMcolk "our country and our country' Will,' BY I. ADAMS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tuc Radical in iasued every Saturday morn ing, t $2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Pnllara irjll he exacted. IXTo club of Three or more subscriber!, (i paid in advance,) Two Hollar. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. IT Post in a tiers are authorized bv law to for. ward money to newspaper publishers, free f charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosT ram. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or lens, for the first insertion SI; for each sobsequenl insertion fif. ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible.) v. ill he rharr;. tA double the usual rales, and payable invaria. b!v in advance. XT For announcing candidates, 2 each, invariably in advance. XT A-Jvcrtisements (except for year...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 24 June 1843

I THE RADICAL Sowlir.g-GrceD,. June si, 1S13- "DialogistV strictures on the com munication of "W." cannot appear this week. Wheat was selling in St. Louis on the 21 si, at 75 an J SO cents, an J was arriving freely. Bacon lias declined. Hams and sides arc selling at 3, hog round 2 J, shoulders 1 J and 2 cents The stock is said to be large in New Orleans. Dew rotted Ilcinp stands at $2 50 and $2 75. Some superior lots have sold as high aa $2 90. Tobacco, passed, ranges from $3 10 to tj-S Refused, from 1 10 . o err I 10 the Governor of Miry!asd Ins rcfu Tire Missouri Mail. The reader! sr'l !r t!:e present, to com; iv with will see by an advertisement in to-day's' t!ie requisition of the Governor of paper, that this boat is now plying as ' Ohio f ir Adam Horn. ITo wi'l first a regular packet between St. Louis and ! undergo a trial here for tie tnurdci Keokuck, & will continue to make regu-'of his wife, Milimla Horn, and in lar trips twice a week, through the sea- lcr.se of a failur...

Publication Title: Radical, The
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