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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 February 1844

The Poor of New York. The following sketch of a Christmas scene v.,vn,i. w.Ttr.tpd from n . ,. '-n i3. letter 01 Airs, ii.ua i ih Courier: A friend of mine who has no money to spend for jewels, or silks, or even antique vases, ha employed bis mont.is ago tsarcelona possessed h Christmas more wisely than this; and1 population of 170.000 inhabitants, in his action there is more angelic ! vvj' kept in motion an extensive trade music, than in those divine old stat-! America, England, the Levant utes- He filled a larpe basket lull olan( Africa, in silks, cotton!:, printed cakes, and went forth itito our most i ealicoes, lace, shoes, jewelry and miserable streets, to distribute them jw,"e- ail manufactured within its among hungry children. How little j w;illj or in 'lie immediate vicinity; but dirtv facesCpeeped after him. round a tew wpeks of revolution have suffi tre"et corners, and laughed Iron) hi-; ced to desolate ibis magnificent city; hind open gates! How their eyesanJ ;-!s manufac...

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 February 1844

STATE OF MISSOURI, ) c County of Tike. la the County Couit, 6 January 1844. QUDERE'D by the Court that all persons indebted to the Road Si Canal fund of said County be notified that unless all interest due on their several bonds to said fund, be paid on or before the first day of April next, suit will be instituted fur ii:e recove ry of both principal and interest with out delay, and further ordered that a copy herooi be inserted in the "Rad ical"' for bis weeks. A true copy of the Record. Teste. A. II. BUCKNER, Clerk. Jan. ISth, 1C44. GwlO. 1 N pursuance ot an order of the County Court of Pike County isseuri, mads at 'heir Jan. Term, I shall, beferc th Court House door in the town of Hon ling Green, on the 1st Monday of February nest, proceed to rent to the highest bidder. n a credit of" twelve months, the farm belonging to the estate of John Henderson deceased. Thcie is a small cabin, smoke house, good sta bles, tobacco houses, &c also a good springof water situated on said pr...

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 February 1844

.1 "oca COUHTRY AMD OCB COUSTKt's Will, 15 V I. ADAMS. BOWLI.T.RFE., PIKE COOTV, TtlSSOlHI, NATl'KDAY, FEDrI'ARY 10, 1644. Vol. III. IVo. 14. i t r. I ) t TERMS OF PrHIACATIO. Thi Radical m issued every Saturday mem. ine. at $2,50, if paid within six months and .foment be longer delayed. Three Dollar., will he exacted. , CTTo club of Three or more '"B (i paid in adcanc,) To Lollys. - - : fc . No paper discontinued until all "rafe. re pLd. except at the option of t he jprPostmai-ters are authored hv law t. lr. ward money to newspaper puhlishcrr. free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be post mid. t niac af Arfvrrtisi IIS. - - , , , , , ..... , r . ,1.. fi.inus 'Jiit, Jn-ojii. to keep ai her - r 1 Kim nr less, for the nr.. t I Vine squmc, " ff l .r -r,o inBCrtionSl; r"""'nr,n,,R8",rf :" , ,,,,'. c, . , , tv cent". A reasonable deduction made to. n. nIil .M iss Slalney, W hert 1 those who advertise by the year. : W.ls a ya'. we Used to i::itiir tvi vV.r Communication...

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 February 1844

III lllllj . W IPMIHW fa : ill : 4 ,' n . j Stnai'or from Louisiana. The New-j F. S. lend Mines. From the re Oilcans Picayune of llie 20th, says that port of the Secretary of War, we tiawlir j-4;rccn, .Fcl. It), IIJ. ex-Governor Romans is the favorite gather the following items in relation - " " candidate of the Whigs for the place va-it,! the United Stales' lead mines o We raust decline th publication of . , , , .-. rti,i',i.., ti,' , ,;- : rated hv tli t.riilii ol J lltl-rC 1 oner. 1 lie I !rn(r A ifiKvfMM" , J " ; I I I I Whig'-tSectins in Old Ii!;o. At a large ami enthusiastic, muss meetin;.-, V"J iavoiir.ui.ro. --,;,. of the Whi,., of Pike, held i Bo.li, Re.We.l. Th te.n?r,r. lye on .n .n ... lh Rih ...si. t.r .,. ... ce.l th.l all thereat .nte8t, of oar cuu -t ;., u i 1 trv are interested in linvin? mounu eircu.a f f1.;n.iii5 a I lay Hub, and ngri-cuig nnnn rJ ,,. . .,1 points. tint r:.,.. I ... far "'!; "Ti. ill .u , v., j - - 1- T - !i,: oiTice. of t!.c Co.cn nl to purpose! ...

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 February 1844

u i it I 5. e It 1 .1 From Mexico- Thc New Orleans Tropic of the 19th int., contains ilie following news from Mexico: The Captain of the hi i' Lime Rock reports tint the ste unship Montezu ma left Vcr:i Crux on the 26th De cember, havinj on bnp.nl the Yuca tan Commissioners, and that nil the differences between Mexico. and Yu i ii .. i:.. "&?UebV apprehenon existed , K fc-j . t- - .. i .i, I ;, . Uiity oi the ihcliouso the mem-; at . era Cruz wlum t!e I .ime hnr . - . , ., . . r.i t i rs it'M: rneu f.-om the S'nte of .Aew sailed, in consequence of the expected it...... i ,- . i .- .. i,.;,:.:, n.t ... t I"'1 'Mine, .uiss.im:, (cftP'ia rn 1 . arrival o toe bui.Mi oect, umi t.i ,,. . i... i , k,,,,.,,,J-,'!" IV,!iI i- '''!e :t report thereon, Ar,:,trUct the Mexican simsdron to : , . "L t-v- I Alveratio mr seicty. Ii32:nst Election. S' 100,000, and the same person sol 'oitunatein a speculation in Ohio, stocks a feW weeks since. While he To the Voters of Pike Connfv: was above board...

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 February 1844

CAMPBELL'S FOKEIGS SEMI MONTHLY MAGAZINE. or, Select Miscellany of European Lit erature and Art. This periodical has already acquired the eruiable reputation of being the inost com plete and spirited Mainline of the kind ever publiihedj'n this coiintrj. The fieqacncs of its publication enables the publisher to furnish in it the cream of the Foreign !las;e tines, in advance of all competition. As. for instance, the number published on the 1st of each month, is composed principally of -articles selected Gram the Foretsra Kexiews and Magatinesof the preceding month, ami that issned on the Iftth nf the month, can he entirelj so made, thus placing the raider of J the scim Monthly rn possession of the choicest articles of the Foreirn Press, several sretks in adranee of a snoettilj competitor In the Literary Department, whilst it lavs as pretension to originality in Ibe froth; trash of the day, it is the aim at the publisher to furnish to its readers la best articles from the Irst minds 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. — 17 February 1844

l(" COnTT ASP 0 COUITIl'j W4t.' nr I. ADAT5S. TERMS OF rrBLICATIO!. Th Rdical is issued every Saturday morn in, l 82,50, if paid within six months and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will he exacted. ICTTo a club of Three or more subscribers. fit naid in ailraarr.) Two Iollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages :a .nt at thenntinn oflhe Editors. rrPo'stmarters are authorized bv law to for. wrd monev to newsnaier publishers, free of eharee. All letters to the Editors, by Mivat Ka MIT Villi. Rates of Advertising. One square ofl5 lines or less 6 tr those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements ofa per - aonat nal nature (when aamisa.oic,, m ne caarc - ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. bl in advanco, rrVor announcing candidates, 2 each, invsriably in adrance. ITT Advertisements (except lor yearly aaver. tisers,) should in all cases bo accompanied by written directions, as to the number of inser - tinns: if not, they'will be publishe...

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 February 1844

jl'l Mi I i! T ei si r: a mv a s,. BowUiig-Urci-ai, . Fel. 17, "A Modern or Missouri Democrat'' will pruUlly appear r.ei week. If "CrpiiAs" w. i ls his con.m,.u.icali.u published, 1.2 must r.dc his vi.:rd, that we may see who it is that wuul.1 be ..f ter doubling teams and riding rough sue J ever our friend "G." Orm ut a l;:iic, gentlemen, tnd 'hey vi 1 last thc longer. "Omfgi" is inadmissible for reason which we conceive to be good aud suffi- cieut. V.-c J i.ot interid to depart from the rule we l ave .reseribrd to oursclf lift- thc whim of any one. Brai'- ' Vie coEsncace lo-doy the pub'ioati.-.i , th U",.,-,.r-' V';-t -''c- d?d- cf thole iiaof t-c.-chu a'.cs for Governor. Death of Gov. to;;, id h. The Mi-sou ri Kcyiiblicaa of .li, car.'titis a et:er i f.-em JcCerou Ci:y, i.i v.Lich ' l-j.-i. csl deatli of Gov. I'vy'ioUe i ar.tioune Oil. The muMcr of his death is thu . ttated: He procured a rif.e, faslcnco a itnng to me trigger, p:a.-c.i me cmti.j ag&iust his forehead, End slio...

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 February 1844

b I i i ; r 1 n From j. t. r. nionrsov. Libeny, Mo., Sept. 23rd., 1843. Gentlemen: Your communication of the Cth inst. which was ordered entinly ue!e-s to en'er cpon a; iru -uiv (li-iun (ii iiic.n. i snu.i mor m'-. . ., .., .- . . , . . . " " ""JuJieuiv up,-rate to the m- rv penally, ae remm ed ot ,,,o-s..,..l - JtM l,c,! . i k.,.i. . .i ance at the Academv iv iiir; iiriiiiii"i a i i 7 i i li-if i ;i ' iii'iii :n i iL-nni i nn.i ..i . . it eaion on me iiunoi aususi, bsk-. unite advtaa.e .f l-.r-'e m-n il'.,-- . f'i -,.r .', i , , ,-, , , . , - nS my -view, upon the most promi- ,u:CS, Vct thlvr , : .i!!.! " ?A. V' ,n. : .wh.'f W"uU DOt.'a.e ,Lt" e 1 1 oV,Mck- nenl questions-of Nalioaal asi State :f h,d vi.v ; V 7 7, ' . " . , '""J" H.. oMring the: . policy." is now before me. 1 , h ''ZaZ T.r;".? "T' ' ''V". ''v rl. unless t.e la , thous o.d years before ihe IWrstant Marriages. The fundamental principles advo- The poor, the labour,,,, ,l,,s ,,S-,-! Z.Au TS"c,, T ,Z n. ' ' : " . " - On...

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 February 1844

1 awwwr . mi i i CAMPBELL'S FOREIGN fiEMl-l WOXTIILV MAGAZIXE. or, Select Miscellany of European Lit erature and Art, Thii periodical has already acquired the ratable reputation of being the roost com plete and spirited Magntine of the kind ever publisl.cdjn tins country. The frequency f its publication enables (he puhli-her to furnish in it the cream of the Foreign Mnpa r.inos, in advance of nil competition. A. foriostance, thenumber published on the l.t nf each month, is composed principally of articles selected frm the Foreign Ivicws and .Mnraiineof the preceding month, and that isned on the 10th of the month, can he L'lilirelr so made, thus niacins the reader of the semi monthly in possession of the choicest Articles of the Foreign Tress, several wrek in advance of a monthly competitor In Vie Literary Department, whilst it lavs no pretention to oricirnlity in the frothy trash of the day, it is the aim of the publisher to furnish to its readers tha best articles, from the first m...

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 February 1844

-T ta . 'TOT V El "oca couiTir afd oci cott's w: BY I. ADAHS. nOWLWG-CKEE.V, PIKE COUATY, .TUSSOrKI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1813. Yol. I!J.--JTo. 16. TERMS OF PrnLICATIOX. Th Ruicl is issued every Saturday morn inz, at $2,59, if paid within six months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be ended. ITTo ,cluS of Thre or more subscribers, (if paid instance.) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arreanijca re paid, except at the option of the Editors. CTPoatinarters are authorized l.v law la hr. ward money to newspaper publishers, free ef charge. All lettera to the Editors, by mail must be tost rtiu. t Rates of Advertising. One aquare, of 15 lines or less, for the firs insertion $1; for each sobeqnent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. CommunieaUons or advert itemenn 01 a per onat nature (when admissible.) ill be chare- VrhU- PSJr " XT For.:nnounclajj candidates, each, invariably in advance. titldinrca""".1 ....

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 February 1844

TIEE ESADICAL. BawUns-Crccn, - Feti. S, 1814. The proceedings of the Democratic meeting in Charette Township, Warren Co., did cot reach us in season for this week's J-aj'cr. ,tt r TI A Ml - J i -j "u". v. i. alli.i, win aouress the citizens cf Pike county, at the Court House in this town, on Monday the 4th March. Look out, ye caucusing politi- I Slvift ha' Eiven uulenmn to the opin- i ion, wnicn inoy nine seen aiiuiiea 10 in Illinois ar.d .VicAgnn Canal. The Boston Courier says that (lie statement going the rounds, of a favorable report having been made by the Hon. John Da vis in relation to the Illinois and Michi gan canal, is unfounded. Mr. Davis and Capt. Swift have as yet, "decided upon none of the propositions submitted to their consideration, as the proof are not completed; nor is Mr. Davis aware (we quote the Courier) that cither he or Capt. PFor the Radical 1 stance of Gen. Jackson" once urging the be used aga-nst tiie Mormon. Ve I won at Cambden. at King's mountain. 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. — 24 February 1844

Seven Days Later from Europe. By the arrival of the Republic at Boston, and of the Rosicus at New York, we have foreign news to the 14'h of January: There had been a further improve ment in the wheat market. Money continued abundan'. Cot .on was.i- in u rtruu........ St. Helena, died in London, ol para lysis, nn the lOiii o!t. According lo all accounts O'Con- ttel may 1-e corn-icted. Tiic State-; trial were t begiti in four days on , the 15th u't. j f. .1 1 f . -1... 4 1: r.T ' ii was jra.nere i as a iai:i iii.n o O'Donne I, Caj tain (lener.il of Cuba, was v.penlv encotiraiiiir the revival f tke slave trade at Cuui. Tiiiee farje cargoes of these miserable wretches had been recently lauded there. Th Nttioml"' publishes a letter from U-me. nnn.KUicin-j that thts ut sriost distre pre- tils in that city. t'ommcrcf. agriculture :ind manufac tures are in a deplor.ih'e snte, am! the r-n'v income derived by ine !i p keepers i from strangers. Ireland ipnrrtrs to remain in the arne stile of e...

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 February 1844

ss CAMPBELL'S FORE1GX fiEMI MOXTHLt MAG.4ZIXE. or, Select Miscellany of Eurojxan Lit erature and Art. j This periodica! lias already et;uifiJ tha emiable reputation of beii.r the most com plete end spiiited .Vuiniirie cf the kind cvw published ln tins country. The frequency of it publication enables the publisher to furnish in it the cream of the Foreign Mape linei, in advance of ill competition. Ac. for instance, the number published on the lit of each month, is coaipoeed principally of articles selected from the Foreign Reviews and Magatiuesof the preceding month, n:x! that issned on tho ltilh .f the cioi.lt), can he entire, n ir.nile thus ii'acinr the reader uf : the emi monthly in possessieii of the rhoicett j -my A. FAHNESTOCK'S Veftni articles of the Foreign Trcn, several weeks lJ, fUgP? a Peifectlv Safe and Cer io advance or a monthly competitor I tain Cure for Worms. Certific.-.tes In the Library Department, a( a efficacy can be seen at the ailititlaTtnoprcl.nsiout . orisina...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 March 1844

1 O U COUNTRY A If D OD1 COIITIt'i WIAL. nv r. adajis. ROlTLirVS-GREEN, PBKK COFA'TY, MIKKOl'KI, SATIRDAY, TI ARt 11 , 1841. Yol. IIIXo. 17. TF.RJIS OF PrBIJCATIO.V. Th RtntctL i ins'ied cvnry Saturday morn. in, t 82,5'), if paid within six mnnthOind if ptTnunt he lunger delayed. Throe Dollars will ha exacted. TTTo c!ii" of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in aJrancf,) Two Dollars. No nptr discontinued until nil arrearages are raid, except at theop'inn of the Editors. iCTPostmartern are authorized hv law ts for. ward monev to newspaper publishers, frco of chre. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosr mo. Kates of Advertising. One sn'iirr, of !. line, or lr-s, for the f rst . in.frton li lor earn nneiut'm wm-oi.-ii mi : iv cents. A reon,hle deduction made to " thoe who advertise hv I'm year. i f i . . . : cel. C'ommnni.-atinnsor iniveniscnier.'sni a per. . ' whe? t.'v in advance. ' " j 17 Fir aniiiincin; candidates, !?-2 each, j invariahiy in adwanre. I vert i.e. nen s P...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 March 1844

S LV k'j 4h it I V.' j novIiuc-(;rt cn, Mar. 2, IS 1 I. The Rev. Mr. H.vbnett, will preach at the Academy in this place, to-morrow t 11 o'clock, A.M. We are under obligation to Hon. J. Jam i sos, for public documents. E?-IIon. C. II. Ai.Lt:.. It will be borne iu mind that this genlcman is ex pected to address the citizens of this county, ut the Court House, 0:1 Monday next. Our readers are aware that the Judge it, an Independt-.it Democratic candidate for Governor He savs he is a better democrat than Col, Kenton, and we are inclined to believe it; for if wc mistake not, he in in favor of districting the state of a contention to amend the constitution of the issue of fiv; dollar notes by the Hank of Missouri, and op posed to the Currency Dills, and to clique dictation. This we call pretty good Democracy do not you. reader? We would like to hear the Judge ex plain that "little circumstance" in rela tion to the appearance of his circular in tlie Falmyra Whig. JJarylmul Election. The el...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 March 1844

North Carolina, South Carolina, Ken-1 tucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Louisiana, ij: 1 1 1 : : t nunmn ArUncoL Indiana, Illinois, Alabama, Arkansas and Michigan, have been duly elect-j I iit'ori In cp:iic in t ilt House: as members Lorn the Slate, aforesaid. 'AV.iW re 7, V, Th.it the following member from New Hampshiie, to. wit: F.dmund Hut ke, John XL Reding, Mos.cs Norris, jr.. and John 1. ilale, have been duly elected and are -Jed lo scats in lhi House, as mem-1 Lcrs from the State aforesaid. Mr. Bow lin presented the petition .wm, ;-. That the Ldiowing 0f J. M. Ten, plcton and other prac inembers from (.leorgin, to wit: Ed-j tical Engineers, in relation to Wes vvard J. Black, J. 11. Stephens, Hugh tin steamboats, which was referred A. H tialson. Absalom H. Chappell, ' to the Committee on Commerce. John H. Ltimkin. Howell Co. ib, Wil-j In Ike Senate on the I61, Mr. liatn II. Stiles, and Uimcan L Clinch, , Wright presented a memorial from ore entitled to sais in this House as J the Chambe...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 2 March 1844

' Si s ; ! hi U. I i 1 ! f 4 hi! ;1 Vl '' ! 5 c:i:.ji UMPBELL'I XOnT.lC.-X KKHI MtWTIILY IACi lZIE. OTyStlcct Misceliinijof European Lit erature unn Art. This periodical has already acquired thp fDAiable reputation of bciuj the mot com plete ni.d spirited Majruzine of the kind ever publijl.tdjn tins rom try. Tl.p fipqrji-ncf of its publication enable the fuili-!ir to furnish in it thp cream of the i". rr.-n Maia tines, in advance r.f a',1 ro:u:el:tiuu. A, for instance, tbc number puhiid.ed on the i.l nf oath month, i- rompo.;! rri'.ri; :ai!v o!' articles select. d fi ;m the Fo:tit;n Krvirw) and Magazine .if tbe preceding wm.lh, and I that is-ncd on tl.e 16lh of thp nionih, ran be j entirely o made, thus placitit; the re i.'.er of the semi monthly in portei-ion ..I the rlmirrit i articles of the Koieirn Pre'?, several wrik In advance of a njnntl.lv competitor j I In the Literary J)rp-irlir.erit, .vhiht it lays no prct. riticsi to originality in the frothy trash f tl.p day, it ii thp ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 March 1844

LODE C0UNT1Y AND OU COUKTRt's Win, ItV I. A ROSS. BOIYM.-Vft-WKKKA', PIKE COCATY, KIMttrRS, MTI KB U , H.lKtll 9, I SJ.J. Tol. Ill So. 18. TERMS OF riUMCATIOX. Tua Ridicai. is issued every Saturday morn, in?, at S'J.5';). f paiJ within six monllis.'anil if piTinsnt lie longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. ITTo a cluH of Thri-e nr more subscribers, (if paid in adranrr,) Two Dollars. No piper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the op' inn nfliie Editor. 0"P'stniitters are authorized lv law to fnr. ' ward monnv to newspaper publishers, fren of eharijo. All letters to lliu Editors, by mail, mus'. be post run whar 1 cot my dander up a little tho worst I'vp had it fur some time. I .hoi t In-hove you've ever heirn oi "f jf-st s!c! a fu.l trick as thev l-lav- e.i n me. Jn.tr wis h rood I 'C ollier and swaded hn.i liiv'l Help to (jet them a!! to play. A!ier she and him made it all t:p, cousin IVle put outline.- chairs close i"jii t!ior i.i ,i roe t.r a throne, . ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 March 1844

r r-, f ? a i Bowling-Un t n, War. 9, Iiil J. v- - I i- 11 I'l - -i - c ; ii4i n ill lieu, mil irlill till lliv 1 rest- question, which were, thai the title of:'?lr n" ' dencv and the Htjn. J. M. Ward, J r., .1 f i c. . . .1 . -. c.x ,Si- Helena, Souui Laiolina, rcfefltlV i , ..- ... ., . . the t nited State, to the terntary of the ,(,, m U CUsirU.Uitt Ue;,:tY. ; f' " Presidency, were nor,,,- Orrgon was indisputable; and that one j ,,,seubc8 ,lt: following treaimrnt .;'. '"g Washmgton. JEf'We charge Two Dollars 'n ,W 7)re for r.n:icu::cii:g candidates in the Radical. Promises are more than a hun dred pvr cent below par with us ut this time, we can in no way make them available in paying our debts. There lore, we expect all t: ''hrk over.'' .fypoinimenis. A letter received by the editor of the Missourian, from Washington, mentions the appointment by the President, of Thomas W. Gilmer, cf Virginia, as Secretary of the Navy, and William Wilkins, of Pennsylvania, as Secretary of Wat bot...

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