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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 24 June 1843

For the Radical. The Republic of Texas, in 1S43. (No. 2.) DeakSib As my former letter treat-. ed of the moral character of Texas, I f patched a Lody of 700 soldiers, includ will now speak of the country in a po- i' g 2C0 of (he Agatoii robbers, to cap litical and geographical point of view. ! ure and plunder the place. Their cd In conversation with an intelligent ci- ; vance was not discovered till it was too tizeuof this county, a few days since, he late to procure assistance, and they cp rrmarked that from his knowledge f ilii Broached il ,,1 ;). r ; ..f creoeranhv and size of Texas, he fearr,! B z - ' - that that country never could attain lo sufficient power and ncumerical strength to become respectable as a na- tion; bat that at the same time he called hc west as our force retired. San An for information, and was cptn to comic- tonio then became a s.cenc of desolation, lion. To give any information I poscs3 I1 was indiscriminately plundered. Hut to all such persons, on the subj...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 24 June 1843

AN ACT Ta wvside for ihe call cf a Convention Btit tnacted by the General .Issemlly cf the Stale of Missouri, as Jillov:s: 1. There shall be, atthe general elec tion for the members of the General As sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, a poll opened, at the several election precincts, for taking the sense of the people of this State upon the ex pediency 01 calling a ionvenuon to a mend, alter or make a new Constitution of this State. 2. It shall be the duty of the jmV es at the several election precincts in this State, at the election aforesaid, to cause a poll to be opened, which poll fchall contain two columns: one to be head ed 'Convention,' the other 'no Conven tion;' and they irliall cause the votes of each individual voter to be 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 for or iiguin&l said Convention. 4. At the close of said...

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 July 1843

"0U CODHIIT A If D ODI covitit'i Will, BV I. ADAMS. TERMS Or PUBMCATIOX. Tnc Radical i iued every Saturday morn ing, at 82.50, if paid within aix month, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollar will be exacted. IT To a cluh of Three or more subscribers, (i paid in advnntr,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at tnsop'ion of the Editor. CrPostmartera era authorized hv law to for ward money to newspaper publisher, free of charge. All lettora to the Editors, by mail, must be rorr mid. Hates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first nsertion $1; for each sobtequent insertion fif y cents. A reasonable deduction made to .Soa who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements ofs per I nal nature (when admissible,) will be chirp. d double the usual rates, and payable invaria. I i !v in advance. j XT For announcing candidates, S3 each, trarisbly in advance. (7AdvertiiemenU (except for yearly adver sers.) should in all...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 July 1843

TISE RADICAL. Bowling-Grecn, July 1, 1S43. Cohbection. An error occurred in our last paper, in the letter of Mr. J. H. Brow n, on the republic of Texas. In describing the boundary, it reads, "down the Rio Grande to its beginning.'" It should read "thence down that stream to its mouth, thence with the gulf to the place of beginning." Pleascbe Tmr to Nacvoo. Now is the favorable time for all who have any inclination to visit the far famed city ofNauvoo. It w ill be seen from au ad vertisement in another columi;, that the new and splendid steam boat Missouni Mail, under the command of that gen tlemanly and accommodating officer, M. Littleton, will touch at Louisiana, on the morning of the 4th of July, at 5 o'clock, for the purpose of receiving on board all who w ish to avail theuiseUts -of a pleasure trip to Kauvoo. She w ill also iouch at Clarksville, where a num ber arc expected to join the party and at Hannibal, Marion City, Quincy, La Grange, Tully, Warsaw and Keokuck. A band of mu...

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

I For the Radical. Iudc, us cntiment and" A confession of temperance faith re- j wishing us C0fi pCed.") But I say cently graced your columns, of a charac- suppose we are guilty. Is it more sin ter sufficiently gucer oUnterestm to slander one church than for ,crve attention. Those sentiments have preachers of that church to slander a so- For Young Hen and Women. We find ihe following cxeclleiit ar ticle in 'The Offering,' edited by the r aciory Oirls ol Lowell. It breaihes My young friend,' said a minister to a boy at u ramp inectinjr. do you evpr think of n future stile?" .o 1 never meddles with State af- tlie liht sf)ii jt-cverv mother and jf'rs though brother John is a puli n I daughter, father end son, should read tn-cner 'Do you never think about dying?' No, but I gncss oik Sally did when wn often heard in convervati.m nn.l -.1- cietv nlm i riiri , . .4 VI- ' - . J,, lilt. I a JIUtC II It. 11 S-. ..j - ! J . : ( I. u l-ai?li1ll n T n,.t..f.n . . in I . . t A .1 jo ..... -v. v.j...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 1 July 1843

AN ACT T provide for the call of a Convention, St it tnacUd by the General Assembly of, ihe Male of .Missouri, as Jullows, 1 . There shall be. at the general elec tion for the members of the General As sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and lorly-four, a poll opened, at the several election precincts, for taking the sense f the people of this State upon the ex pediency of calling a Convention to a in tnd, alter or make a new Constitution of this State. 2. It shall be the duty of the judg es at the several election 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,' ihe other 'no Conven tion;' and they shall cause the votes of each individual voter to be 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 for or against sua lyonvcniion. S 4. At the close of said ...

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 July 1843

1 - OUH COnifTRY AND ODR CODKTRT S WE41. MM J 1 1 BY . ADAITIS. TERM; OP PCBMCATIOX. Tar Radio ia issued every Saturday morn in?, at $2,5(Xf jiid within aix months, and if payment beonger delayed. Three Dollars will he exacts ITT To a cluof Three or more subscribers, (i paid in adaee,) Two Dollars. No paper dontinucd until all arrearages are paid, except the option of the Editors. HJ-lostmasVi are authorized by law to far. charge. All leer, to the Editors. b mail, ! must be mst r.. j Rateaof Advertising. r 1 c ; r . i . . fc vnc stiimru, uu lines or lens, ior me tirsi , v- r..r annoucinj cana.oaiw, ?j eacii, j invariahly in ad race. 0Advertiemts (except for yearly adver. lifers,) should in d cases re accompanied by written directions? to the number of insor. tinns: if not, theyvill be published till forbid, and payment exaied. Antiiorizeil Aents fur the Radical I. N. Brtsos SCo., Louisiana, Mo. A. Mase. T. M Frankford, " H.T. Kest, P. f. Clarksvillc, " C. E. Pekkiss,?. M. Auburn, " ...

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 July 1843

THE It I) I A Ti BowIingGreen, Jaly 8, IS 13. Rev. J. II. D. Henderson is expected to preach in the Court House, in this place, to-morrow at 11 o'clock A.M. There will also be a two days meet- mg lie;d in this place, by the Cumberland . where Ood says, behold 1 have given you J i,jow nl Rj cjv;i institutions, Si, con Presbyterians, commencing next Salur-, every herb bearing seed, &c; to you it sequent! v we mve insulted Heaven day at 11 o'clock, A. M. . shall be meat, kc. Now said Mr. D. j by lh(j o;ganiz;l,ipn of civiI 30cietv T, 1 rilkS f took ;- lh ViB? W T'5 ,-'C treCS' ""j" ?d " r-ilrain murder, theft, The funeral of Hugh S. Lcgare took ; auU that GoJ ha ivcn (o man for ilis ' place on the 21st ult. at BoSton,whiiher:' d , Mld jfu refuse, f use the fru!t a" ePlce the observance of lhe he had repaired from Washington, to j fhereof. ,IC is trcati God hh con- S;'lbrtth' Ur ru'" TuUuom &C" attend the Bunker Hill celebration. By L ,,i, , ... I are so many proof of our ptesum...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 July 1843

"P J-l surpassing in loveliness, if not equall ing in grandeur, the much talked of1 mountain scenery of the East. A ! broad expanse of plain, beautifully un-' dulating, n I most limitless in extent,' skirted with forest which seem in the j distance to circle it wiih a line of blue, the ereen eras wnvinrr ;n . - c -"jj IIIC winds like the waters of the sea when kissed by a pentle breeze. and the va. riegaled wild flowers sparklini like perns before the sun and filing the nit with' delightful fragrance such arc scenes that meet he view and such ihe sweets that intoxicate the senses in a gentle June d:iy romp over nn Io wa prairie. Can the dizzy bights or the rugged fronts of Eastern scenerv be compared wiih the enrapturing loveliness of such a cav narterre? True, the one may inspire us with awe and teach us the great power ofi the Creator, but the other wins us to ad. nirntion by spreading out be-' fore us . the sweetest proofs of his! goodness as impressed upon the more beautiful of ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 8 July 1843

AN ACT To vrat At for the coll of a Convention. ifeif tnacled ly iht General Jlssembly oj Iht Stale of Missouri, a follows: I. There shall be, althepcneral elec tion for the members of the General As sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and lorty-four, a poll 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- mcmL alter or make a new Constitution of this State. 2. It shall be the duly of the judg es at the f evcral election 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, each individual voter to be set in the ap propriate columns. 3. All persons qualified, by the " Constitution and laws of this State, to vote tor members of the General Assem bly, shall be entitled to vote for or against said Convention. 4. At the close of said 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. — 15 July 1843

lil 'OUR COUNTRY iO OUR COllIIRt's WEAL.' BV I. ADAJIS. TERMS Or PUBLICATION. The Radical is issued every Saturday morn in I, at $2,50, if paid within six months, and ifpavmenl be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. iCTTo a cluh of Three or more subscribers, (i paid in adennrr,) Two Dollars. IMo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at tne option ol Hie I'.ditors. D"Postinarter8 are authorized bv law to 0r. ward monov to newspaper publishers, free of eharze. All letters to the Editors, by mail, ' . ' J 1 I must be rosT rm. Rates of Advertising. r 1 e i- 1 e .1 r . One square, of 15 line, or less, for the first insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif. ' tscenls. A reasonable deduction made lo V "" ""t.i se euu gent. email 01- lairope divide among tliem these tesl those h" advertise by the year. lei ed to send him at once to hei 1 1 si- ing spots, planted by I lea ven in the Co!om0ni.-.tio.or.d deuce. Wc know not w hat become ' midst of thai wide ...

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 July 1843

V THE RADICAL. Bowling-Cireen, July 15, IS 13. I The Reporter says that the Wiscon sin Marine and Fire Insurance Co. notes, under five dollars, are no longer redctm- : - ci. Tlie pretence is, that tho redemp- Ti.. Hf-.i: ; .1.-. T i xt t - r . i .w.uu.S0.,w ay, u,.u join, ei- . u of u y fc vioIaUon 0flaw. r f i i tv. i i mmu. i.iu,tUuu,-m.; acceFeuiThe ,olc of fiyc dol,a and upwar,l9 he appointment of Attorney General of The Press of the city of New York and the. Repeal Association. Lock at the liberality and spirit which on Friday morning pervaded our city press. Every paper in New York was out and fully committed to sus tain the Lepeal agitation in America, despite British llireirts and British -'old. TIk iv is but one exception. Ar.KUUM SiiAFKtu. From tho fol lowing it will be seen that measures are about being entered into by the citizens of Clay county to depose this accesarv of the Charves murder ers, Irom office. The card below, which we copy fioin the Liberty Banner, is sign...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 15 July 1843

Continuation of Mr. Henderson's notes, reported by himself. j In Luke 21, 34- "Be not overcharged with surfeiting and drunkenness." How -V :..: ... i .1 n m Cvanu.ralu..1uUUSr uiegenue- man would answer: by drinking no more than he could bear. This is a hazardous undertaking. Some of the most cautious and well meaning have been overthrown j in attempting to use intoxicating liquor, n s minnpr tliat it,.,.,,. I t .,.:il ... mvj iuuuLiiv ainuiiy . rj-i... , - - 3 ' xemperaie. iu unn on ana imagine themselves secure, until their fetters are made strong, and they awake to a sense of their danger only, when all is lost for- ever: and their efforts to escanr. are ne rts to escape, are as vlln tne church; if the members of the "jamane, and her father settled 3 to escape the paws ' chure" take their light out of it, and put l 000 m",ei ,h"s lacing at her in the voice of reason,'11 i a Washingtonian society, the church ''"ll,lle ,'sl'u1. ""'"ty $10,000. In , . ,, . ;niir. i i it ti .. three ...

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 July 1843

I-' Jl AN ACT this Stale outside St. Louis, which publi- TevrnAe for Hie call of a Conroifoa.cationslla11 continue for six successive Slit tnac'led by the General Jlssembly of, weeks; the expenses of said printing ihe Slate of Missouri, as follows: shall be paid out of the general contin- 1. There shall be, at the general clcc-;ee!lt1l,nd;. 4 , , r . . lion for the members of the General As- ,0 ta,'e cCtct from Rafter Us scmbly, in the year eighteen hundred and ; Pass"Sc- vjTKRl INC PRICK lortv-ibur, a poll opened, at the several1.. . r .' ,.' ' ,. , -. ' '. , . ,. : Speakcro! the llnttseorKepresentuiives. SMet.lliin TM-fni ti-tc l.r t-iL-irifs till Kl'rKi) ' 1 T T.i'- t, . .1 i M. M. MAKMADUKE, nt tho ,unnl. t.l ffnu Sluts in.nn the ev- pediency of calling a Convention to a-i mend, alter or make a new Constitution of this State. 2. It shall be the duty of the judg- President of the Senate. Approved Feb 27. 1843. TJI. REYNOLDS. Cw32. es at the several election precincts in sTATK ;" ...

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 July 1843

Uk t SI ft M C U f; "OU COSItIT AND OCR CODHTKt's WEAL." " ItY I. ADAMS. BOWLl!C-mtEE,', l'IKE COILXTV, MISSOURI, SATURDAY", JIXY 92, 1848. Vol. II.-No. 38. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tm Radical ra imnird arerj Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within aix month, and if payment be longer delayed. Throe Dollar will ne exacted. XZTTo a club of Three or more subscriber!, (i paid in advance,) Two Italian. No paper dincontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at the option of llie Editor. ETPontmafters are authorized bv law ( far. ward money to newspaper publisher, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosT faii. Kates of ei-llslng. One square, of 15 lines or less, fur the first insertion $1; for each subsequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to thoce who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of s per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be chirp ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b!y in advance. XT For announci...

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 July 1843

Till. KADICAL jEevi Hug-Green, July 21, IS13. 23 A Temperance Meeting will be held at the Elk Licit Serines, near Snen- - - - r ' r cerburg, on Saturday the 2Slh July inst., ' hi 11 o'clock, A. i.I. j Tie Oration of Mr. Euckncr, w hich oc-' cupies a rnucli greater space than we had allotted it, necessarily crowds out sever al articles that possibly might have been more interesting to the general re;.der. I We notice in. material change in the ' St. Louis markets since our last. Our dates are to the 17ih. We notice To- Lacco quoted, for passed "2 75 & $.4 00. Refused, 1 25 to i?2 70. Wheat is fall-1 in" o(T. ! Attornlv (jr.NtciL. The appoint-j ment of John Nn.sox. Esq., of llalli- j more as Attorney General of the. I'uitedi States, is officially announced. Mr. N j is a democrat, and is distinguished fori Lis extraordinary legal attainments ir.-.l his irreproachable character. The elections f..r members of Con gress take place in Tennessee, Ken. lucky, Indians, Illir.ois and North...

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 July 1843

thus to remain idle while within the reich of the active pioneer. The i errors of our revolution had hardly ceased, and peace been proclaimed ere the current of iini;ratiin benin Id pour its thousands into the lovely valley of the West. State alter state was settled, village upon village erect eJ, and rail roads, canals and everv improvement that could minister to the comfort and liappincss of man, were constructed with almost incredi ble despatch. On, on the resistless tiie has rolled. The Mississippi which once was supposed fie utmost limit of our territory has heen pussed, and the mighty Hood pausing for a while in its mad career lv the momcntary cheeck alorded by our western bor der, i atjain prepurinj to rush on its works of subjecting the forest wild t the dominion of civil'ziti.m. And t'loujjt now a weak and p iltry stream is winding its way westward, still theerenter current impitient of re straint, anil accumulating strength Mid fore at everv birrier, and ri s i ti n higher...

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 July 1843

AN ACT I this Slate outside St. Louis, which publi- To provide fur ihe call of a Convention. ! cation shall continue for fix successive Bit tnacled by the General Assembly oft weeks; the expenses of said printing the State of Missouri, as follows: shall be paid out of the general contin- 1. There shall be, atlhegeneral c!ec- gent f,lnd tion for the members of the General As- Th,s act t0 uVe eCbct from and after ,ts sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and ' iorty-lour, a poll opened, at the several ' 1 o-w!,, i .. r. 4.1.: ". 1 S v"-v'i yi ci.im.-ia. iui uutiHg uie Mruac: of the people cf this State upon the ex- j pediency of calling a Convention to a- j laend, alter or make a new Constitution ; of this State. ! 5 2. It shall be the duty uf the jtidr- es at the several election precincts in j this State, at the election aforesaid, to! cause a poll to be opened, which pull : fcliull contain two columns: one to be head ed 'Convention,1 the other "no Conven tion;' and they shall cause ...

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 July 1843

A '1 I A M "OURCOBTTA!DOtTB COUITt's Will." BY I. AD VTIS. BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1813. Vol. 1 1. -No. 30. TEUTttS OF FUBUCATIOX . Tat Rabcal in issued nan 8aturdav morn 5t tt .52,51), if paid within six.ntnnUlv-and 1 r ... .. 1 - . - . . . .i--T""" oo longer aemved, l limo dollars will be exacted. . STo a chih of Three or more subscribers, (i paid in advance,) Two I'ollar. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. CTPostmasters are authorized bv law la far. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All Icttera to the Editors, by mail, must be rorr 'aid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion $1; for each subsequent 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 be charg ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria bly in advance. C F...

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 July 1843

THE RADICAL I slcwarJs an( crcw5 voting a subscrip . ... . . Uion for the stewards and crew, and for Howling-Green, July 1X13. j the inhabitants of Seal Island, for their - - kind attentions and hospitality to the The Tyler (jiippe has introduced it- j passengers. It was also voted that a lct f elf into our village. We arc suffering tcr be addressed to the Commissioners from its influer.ee ourself, as arc many j of the Light Houses in Nova Scotia, in others. .We wish the Captain would re- praise and commemoration of the excr serve his Grip for his more parlieular, tions of Mr. Hitchings, keeper of the friends. I Light House on Seal Island, and Mr- " 7 " ; "" ! CroweU, on behalf of the lives and pro- I lie prices of Tobacco in St. Louis' , 1 . perty of the passengers. have not materially changed since our i . last. A fair demand prevails, particu- Tobacco. Nearly two thousand hogs larly for a choice article. We notice a hls of tobacco, says the Baltimore Am se of 30 hhds of Passed, r...

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