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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 March 1844

I Missouri Volunteers in Florida. j We are indebted to Mr. Hardin, of , Illinoi?. fur the copy of a bill report-. a edby him, from the Committee of Military Affairs, for the payment for ( horses lost bv the Missouri Voliin- teersinthe Florida War. Tiie bill ; ..nnr..r;s.t. ihiri.r.r....r i l,.,i:i!.d fiie 1 hundred dollar f.,r the payment of trie value oi me noi ses uuu rijinij.ii.c uearance w itii r.andlulls til lloweis lost or cast away ut sea, or which miein and d isv meadows ith perished or died in consequence ol ; bird's nesis admired, hut not touched tmiTering nt sea in the voyage from with creeping arils, and almost i n New Orleans Tampa JJ.iy in the ' perceptible emmets with humming year 1 837; and also for such h-isis as ; were turned over to the cove, n,.,e.it I I... in- ..( (..llfltllli)irlf (liil , oili uy ure "iuci i - cer. The value of said horses to be ' ! ascertained bv the i - when the volui.teeis entered the ser- vice; and in settling tiu-ir claims, the.;,)! Audito...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 9 March 1844

MS. 1 I 6 CAMPBELL'S I ORElG!V : S.11EI--MOXXIILV MAG.tZIXE. or , Select Miscellany of Eurojicun Lit- crature ami Art. This periodical has already acquired the enviable repi.latmn of beini; the iuot com p!i te and spitited Mugnziue of the kiud ever pnbliil.eiUn I hi" rountrj. The frequency of its utilisation enables Ihe i nbii-tir to furtiih i,i it the cream of the. Foreign Mara ntic, in advance of all coMiptl.iioli. A", for instance, thennu.lrr putdi-hed on the l.t ol each r.innih, is composed piii ci; till y of I nil .Magazines of the prcci . tin;; month, e.nd , . that is,c, on the Hill, of the monll,, can he VoPr"''"!'' lte . '-" r'v v,z: CLtirely so ouifle, thus lacit.r the len.li rc.f! Portrait ol ;ihir..'tiil nt 40. the semi monthly in possesion of tic choice! j bv IVulf. 3. Pol trait of Mis asll rirticlest.f the Fmritrn Prc. sevetal weeks j jn .(on at .40, bv Woliuit'nli. 3. View U advance of a monthly competitor 1 j ,,tM 1. Vernon. 4. Haltletd B a i- Iu the Literary l)rp,irl...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 March 1844

6 ft Ay & o 'Otl COUBTBT ARB OD1 COHIHl'l W I A L .' RY I. ADA'SS. BOWLn'.fiKEC., PIKE COI'ISTY, KHSSOrSH, SATI RMT, II ARC 83 IG, 1841. Vol. III.-IVc. 19. Unite ii TERMS OF Pl'BLICATIOX. 'country, ns I always sed. She's a Th RiniCAL is issued every Saturday morn- monstrous nice pal, ?djer.' inj.at 2.50. if paid within six months.'.nd .That's a fact,' ses old Mr. Skin if nivment be longer delayed. Three Dollars i.i . r . i i i mi will be exacted. " ner, 'that s a fact, and I hops you II CTo a club of Three or more subscribers, be a good husband to her, Josofdi, (if paid in advance.) Two Dollars. arid tint you'll have Ood luck with No paper discontinued until all arrearages ,-our Jmfp ' re paid, except at the option of the Editors. ! J lit , ID-Postmasters are authorized bv law t for. ! i harik VC. ihaiJK C, gentlemen ward money to newspaper publishers, freo of come along Cousin Pete,' Ses I, iS charee. All letters to the Editors, by mail, qUjck ag cou(j pjt nwav flom -enu must b...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 March 1844

-v. n :i ii TU K It A E) A fi. DeM f"- J- AVr.-Tho bj-i rr -'; - - limore papers contain the intelligence j BO"liaS"i;rt'C!,'r-"':ariG' Mnofthe death of the Hon. J. h. Kerr, late J p In another part of our pnner, will V,. ,,, -.n ,,. c . . , .-.-.u........ . -lu.:a- . . . -one unbroken scene ol sorrow and di?-j ,0 , ,,.ist .md hid t).ues tastrophe on boaru the L . States steam , j. he last Glasgow IV.ot contains the mav. Death, with its sable wings, a?am . ..0.j ,n Ul( (.elltre.: , nng. d aceotd chip Princeton. ! withdrawal of Judge Ear. ckson, from hovers over us. '-Ureal liod'.! 'lut j jn,Ttf, i',e r ir,i; f the deceased .- . , ",- , 'the Gubernatorial clnnn. j shadowa we arc and what tl.adows we Jn,e ,.ift?itie!t ((( ll,(f U!iilM( ,.lt, .Xjflhc lion. J. 15. Howlm, has our, 1 pursuj. ! , , , , -., , , ... , , , . , , . . i.,..:.. was almost overwhelmed Willi thanks for a conv cf his spc? h, ?ad oth-1 Murder end Lynrh tw.-We leara : This morning, a large party of Utiles ; , f . w e...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 March 1844

should not insist ctt tlie vchvlc of Ore-1 Tl ... w. P.- .1.. lUUt HSJ .til. i.C'Illou 1 on champion ot (lie Ashburlon esse, uii influence in the West, and ronsc- iiuenlly his power to save Oregon. ' must he destroyed, Therefore .Air. Bent jii is an ultra Democrat, nir. ii cal, the leader of nn ertrem. !fi that should not he regarded; and lie is try ing to make Oregon a Western qne tion. to promote Lis designs on the Presidency. Socrucilv him! Down with hint! Destroy his influence wi:!, 'oung Arnpncn, 'Mhe young lio-iioo. racy," and tiie "common sens : ol the nation., l!" pounds sterling cu"i open the liioiitoS of tr.'Uin r to lohines e- noiigh to hill him. '-let him have it." Such are some of whe to he ".:lied fir the surr.-ndT of 0.e;.n We remember Mr. Wehsei's speech at P.itehoguo, where he describes duck shooting. Xow. rs he s-.'tid to the Ing Jshir.il hoys in relation to the Democratic smuw orators expected among them, v.c sa v to the pieni'tiers of Congress in relation 'o l'ae...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 March 1844

I'l oiMxris for ri CMsniNG n r n si "r s uCUA I C . I'cfJ in Lxi'iiirlon, Ky., between Hev. Ai.rtAMKii'iT.Ei.i., of Hi thnny, 'n . ! l.cv. N. f,. I! i, r, of Fan's, Ky. Oul!:c l'ulb.t. in:; Propositions, riz: 1 . 'I he immersion in water of a proper -ib jv. n- name 01 inr rallier, tlio .-on mid (lie if civ Spirit, is thennlv Aio,to'i: or Christian linpti-m. Mr. I n in i. Ih-11 af- rms. Mr. Kico denies. .. Tlio infant of a bilicviii? rnrerit is .rnptural snbjeet of !!aptim . Mr. Rice affirms and Mr. Carepl el! ileuics. ' hristian IH; tism is for the remission of past sins. Mr. Campbell affirms Mr. Rice denies . 4. Fnptmii is to be administered only by a BHiop or ordained Presbyter. Mr. Rice affirm?. Mr. Campbell denies. 5. In Conversion and Snnrtification, the Spirit of God operates on person only through the Word of Truth. Mr. Camp bell uifirnn. Mr. Rice denies. 6. Hum ii n Creeds at bonds of Fnion and Communion, are necessarily heretical and schisn,atical. Mr. Campbell aifirms. Mr....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 March 1844

"' cttniT in on ott'i WEAL." IS I. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Tai Radical ia issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within aix months.'anrl if payment be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. !TJTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until oil arrearages ara paid, except at the option of the Editors. irrPostmasiers are authorized by law to for. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be rosT paid. 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 ofa per. sonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b!y in advance. XT For announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in advance. O" Advertisements (except for yearly adver. ti.ers.) should in ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 March 1844

Zl lift 1 a Hi :- 1J s 'i Mi t 51 ?:t 19 (5 ft if"?' ill !i1 lit r f. 7 . 4 In the ierr.n,uriu;:!u n rf "A VI ig," in to-iiay"s paper, i:i allusion to an editorial article i:i our paper if the Kith i:o!., relative tii Ji.i!pi- Allen, the w: in r has indulged his luritlncs-si fur farmm, by a manifest misrepresentation of our lan guage, ami a mct han f..rcd pen ersioii of our meaning. We can account for this wilful misconstruction, upon the ground only, that his new-born zeal for a po litical juggler, has rendered him unfit to nsrvey Calmly the ground which hn occupies, and is too ready to take um brage at any unfavorable expression of sentiment against his new ally and favor ite. We deny that we have ever taken upon ourselves the responsibility to state, for the whir , - .. ., , . ,, , te, for the wlu?, either "advisedly .i " ,. . , . otherwise, anv thing in relation to , , s matter. e barely state 1, so for as . , : AMiil'S are concerned, what we con- cr this the scientioly belies e...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 March 1844

u Confess. Snifn .1.1 T.I n-., . . I -a I r -ho; PIC! K I at SSi!f , f1Y ai - ; '5 SALE. . I tant 24 links, and a burr oak , 2 inch- 'as "lance.f at l.v Mr " 'ur.drlullier montn. at , e arc authorized to annnnnee Wt... I ex!c,l',or,s ,s. ts diameter bears S. 36 W. 24 links, and a burr oat 19 much 1... 1.. -it ,. . . I . " """iiiion tor another month, ati n e are nii,.;,.i . W (l CW !' ' f the President and Cab-: ,.,m G. U I' m, 7 ! " T.. SUd 'of the Clerk sJZ: " Trei nei' lo"" in JraWiIsir Ui, the Irea-ia a candidate for the ffi " f kk" V:, 'l,cu.t (-"''rt ''."' County of; inches in diameter 1,-, 1ST. ,1' V,r : v. rnf V: !"-V injlidiMnn, 23 link, thence N.cbdeg, pos.uon to Massar-hiisets in tne way'pircd W fie reeeotior. ..fids h I,- ! March 5lh. 1S41. ! Martin .Staley and David If U itch- .' ' . pr ?,n,l .1 . ... . - . iiu Lin li Mr I .Iv.r iM 1 ...-. I . .", '-I I l, Ml ; I a. sons .1 '1.1 - . "-"". ,,c ":! Ieliwe.1, ttll.1 arc .. ecud to rrr-. v :l i-ilv ,.,...i. mo u-Niiu,iiiii ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 23 March 1844

PKOSPECTLS FOR ITBI.ISHING THE DEBATE. Held iu Lexington, Ky., between Rev. Alixindkb CAureiLL, of Bethany, Va. And Rev. N. L. Rice, of Paris, Ky. On the Following Propositions, lit: 1. The immersion in water of a proper sub ject, into the came of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, is the only Apostolic or Christian Baptism. Mr. Campbell af firms. Mr. Rice denies. 2. The infant of a believing parent i a Scriptural subject of Baptism . Mr. Rice affirms and Mr. Campbell denies. S. Christian Baptism is for the remission of past sins. Mr. Campbell a:ms Mr. Rice denies . 4. Baptism is to be administered only by a Bishop or ordnined Pro.byter. Mr. Rice affirms. Mr. Campbell denies. 5. In Converiun and Snnctification, the Spirit of God operates oa persons only through the Word of Truth. Mr. Camp bell affirms. Mr. Rice tlri.ics. 6. Human Creeds as bonds of Cr.ton and Communion, are necessarily heretical and schiometical. Mr. Cacipbell era tun. Mr. Rice denies. Reported by competent Sl...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 March 1844

it Ml. cnjTii in onn cctitn'i wtit.'1 RY I. AD.VTIS. ROCTLITHS-GREEX, PIKK COO'TY, SilSSOrRI, XATI R3A1, JJ.-ltM J3 SO. IS44. Vol. HI.--. SI. terms of runucATio. Ths Rtnicu. in issued every Saturday morn ine, at 2,50, if paid within six nionths.'ani! if payment be longer delayed. Three Dellars will he exacted. 0To a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in mlrance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. ITT Post masters are authorized lv law ta for. ward monev to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be tost mid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion SI; for each snbenuent 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 chars ed double t'le usual rates, and payable invaria bly in advance. IJ" For announcing can...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 March 1844

I 3 m f j v m M m I is- 'ft i ; i i I 'i ' i 1 I i .1 RADICAL. Bowline-Green,. .. ."War. 33, mil. The ttcv. .Mr. lloi.'iits. Agent of tko American Ilible Society, will preach at the Academy, to-morrow, at 11 o'clock. ftho Democrat- r 1 he pruceeujngs o Ir. :.. ii i.:.. were not iiiri.ing m i cuy luniiBitfp, nnc iil'l ci-civcu m uu:e ior lo-uajs paper. e see that the Democrats of this township i .. , , .... nave or:r.ea an ssoe.unon-a gcoa mvve-andonewehopeto.ee adopted hy otl er Twtnships. .Much may be ef- fected by means cftowr.sbip aocia'.ion. (if c-icducted in the proj.cr spirit,) to - , the j.irty. J'tT.ttisIvdni.i. The special election of ittcuer cl L-orgress in AlleiiKny county, resulted in the election of Mr. Darrah, (Vt'hir, ) by a niajoihy of 3 1 i. In ltiO, (Jen. 1 Unison's msjorlty in this coun'y wrs .'-017. Tesr.i-l.nij:- -Fron i an artieie lntuo r.'.UTa! Intenifrenecr, we learn that the annex st: . t- il:oa ef leias to our In- ricusW contemplated than , , , . . ion is m...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 March 1844

u St. touis MarKct. Rrri.-Bi.icts Office, ce, ) Patunlny evening March 23(1. $ rFMAKKS ('wing to the unfavorable ther of Thursday ami yesterday, very . .... hioiiic-t was done on the Levee; but; dlT it nas 1 ecu Cltrnr Mini m:iiui, nun i. . i ! con.i.iennc " """"-"""'I"-' '"" ; ot ("0!" " i articlet most in acnianu, Mtcn . . wheat, Icnil, corn, &e , transactions , " , . . , i . ,.. . : .. heen to in "icii ....' -inc. ...r-i , vtmtnU oftre.de pood bntinen hit been . I" The river hit been falliiic for the done. I t ony or two, hut all (he rivrrt above are j "tin. fol MV.-s.We .tare. ,..! below i ret ,!, it tu&cieiit waier lo noti uie largca . tmntf with f"!' ef.C- p oi"R No in i'io i ill char' hac nrrtir tri in the ninikrt since Weilae.diy. ("iiin- ,,T flur it in L-.'Crt oriuaiin, inn o p receipt? tir" lire" loo ititll I" sl'ow much Liisine.t I in it : 0 or 1)111 h:irn l of v:ui-iN bratdi, have been ot at it, rinl c!le or tn lots i r' t.iUcn into tturi- lia.itcil :it 4 25. "f ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 30 March 1844

.4 tl n i' H !Hfi IS it s,j i-i r; H m rRO?PECTI'SFOU ITBI.1SHING ! THE DEBATE, Held in Lexington, Ky.. between Rc. Ai.rsAHm C sir fell, of Bethany, Va. And Rev. X. I.. Ricr, of Paris, Ky. GnU.e Following Prnpoiitiont, l is: 1 . The intra. rion ill water of a proper sub ject, into the nr.n.e of the father, the Son am the Holy Spirit, is the only Apostolic or Christian iapti?m. Mr. Campbell af firms. Mr. Rice denies. 2. Tl;e infant of a believing pcrcnt i a Scriptcral subject of Eaptifui Mr. Nice ftfSrrus and Mr. Campbell denies. 3. Christian Bafti'm is for the reiui.itn of pn.-t sias. Mr. Campbell aiiiim Mr. Hicc denies . 4. Pnptisru is to be mlministe.-nl only !y a Bishop or ortlaired Trestyter. Mr. Kice nSitmi. Mr. Campbell denies. 5. In CocTersiiia and Sanctificatior., the Spirit of Clod operates oa persons only throngs the 7cri of Truth. ?Ir. Camp bell a.rn:. Z'.t . K;cs denies. 8. Unman Cre-dj es bonds of Union and Corsinnnion, ire nececsnrily heretical and fcL'iaijjalica!. Mr....

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 April 1844

r - ; s j OUE COUKT1T AKD OVK COVMTHt's WEAL. BY 1. ADAJ1S. bowlisg-wree.-1;, kse coixty, jsissouri, sati kbay, april 6, i$4i. Vol. III. IVc. 2 2. Trims of rrniJCATiox. Ths Rimeu. is issued every Saturday morn, at $2,50, if paid within six months.'and if payment be longer delayed, Tliroe Dollars will be exacted. XTTo a eli! of Throe or more subscribers, (if paid in aJctinrf,) Tvo Hollars. No paper discontinued until nil arrearages are paid, except at the option of the t-.ditors (TPostrna.-ters are authorized by law t for. i . , :. i, frn -r mast be rosT run. Rates of Ad ver'isin; Oneeqnw.of151ine.or less, for the f.r.-t insertion SI: for each s-n!.ecuent insertion fif- tv cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by tho year. Communications or advertisements of a per. mil nature (when artiui.-S'.Mo.l n ill be charr. .rl donb the usual rates, and pavable invaria. b!v in advance "rjr For announcing candidates, S2 each, i-.-iriat.lr in advance. r.inH;mrnt.fTlflit for ve...

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 April 1844

f : M it '3; I 3 II 1 1 51 13 IJAHSC A Fi. I T,,e Exeositor, published at Inde " - -- -- r ipendence, Mo., savn: BoxTling-i.reen, April G, 1311 uFor ia informatjon of Oregon " . t, emigrants, we arc reques'cd to state OThe Rev. Mr. Barxett, will ,..,t lr,. d.-i.n rm.l Harris have preach at the Academy in this place, to- morrow, at 11 o'clock. r. r: or proceedings oltlie Democrat- n ie meeting in Teno Township, see first page. Our acknowledgments are chic to ! Ti . t t r .1 t . r .1 linn. J. Jameson, fur the Report of the .,. , , , , WUJI.UH.IM.UII 4 '-UlII XJUIItJ MtOU . to Hun. G. M. Bower for the Report of the Commit toe nf Wavs and ?.Ieans. We have not been able to devote so much time to our paper this week, as usual, owing to out-door eiignr.eT.ei.ts. The Circuit Court for this county, will commence it session next Monday. Will not some of those indebted to u and who m;y he called here on business, embrace this opportunity to pay us something, and thus enable us to pay our own d...

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 April 1844

ffeir Orleans Market. Saturday, March 23d. Xttn bas been no perceptible change in the general aspect of the ruaiket lince our vem of Wednesday last. Tobacco The tobacco market bas not dijplnjfd any artiity since our laitBl tbougn the stock i accumulating and now orewnti a better selection for pucrhnscrs' The range of jiritej i loo high for most of the bfTJ operators, who are waiting fur 111- crriKii '"n"'1'! help" value of tobacco in the European BikcK to bring down prices to what they eoaiider a safe level. The side of the last Ibree day amounts to about "HO hhds. at former prices, sy Inferior and Common lots J J a '2c. ; 2 a 4c. (or , Seconds and Firsts; fair lot, '2i, $i " 41 c; Fine hits and Se ctions, 21 '-'J. 2 'U 41 4J o. per lb. 7cvrYe Rotirc a s'ifht increae in snp lilies, particularly from Pt. I.onw, hut y ri ces a 't 'h'I in the leat effected, although tbe deoinnd has been of a limitrd character. We quote the ordmury bratnl of iiperfine at J4 40 a 4 45 per bbl., and choic...

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 April 1844

-J i,K.; t i PROSPECTUS FOr. PUBLISHING THE DEBATE. Held in Lexington, Ky., between Re. Alezixdei Cimfbill, of Bethany, Va. Ansl Re. N. L. Ricr, of Paris, Ky. On the Follvuing Propmitioni, ii: 1. Tbe iaimereion in water of a proper sub jcct, into the name of the Father, the Son and lhe Holy Spirit, is the only Apn.tolic or Christian Baptism. Mr. Campbell af Crmi. Mr. Rice denies. 2. Tbe infant of a believing parent if a Scriptural subject of Hupti'oi Mr. Kite affirm? antl Mr. Campbell denies. 3. Christian liaptism is for the remission of past sins. Mr. Campbell affirms Mr. It ice denies. 4. Bupti'in is to be administered only by a r.i'hop or ordained Presbyter. Mr. Rice affirms. Mr. Campbell denies. 6. In Conversion and Sanctification, the Spirit of God operates on persons only through the Word of Truth. Mr. Camp bell affirms. Mr. Rice denies. 6. Human Creeds as bonds of Union ar.d Communion, are necessarily heretical aud scbUmutical. Mr. Campbell affirms. Mr. Eice denies. Beported ...

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 April 1844

'om cotuiiT and on ctr'i win, BY I. AD ATI S. BOWLISC-fiREEA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOXRI, SATERDAY, APRIL 13, 1844. Yol. IlI.-.Ro. 23. TERMS OF PfJBLICATIO:. Tut Roicl is issued every Saturday morn in;, at $2,50, if paid within aiz months, and ifptvmentbe longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. TTTo a club of Three or more subscriber!, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No piper discontinued until all arrearages are ond. except at trie op'ion oOhe bailors. rr Post m -if tors are authorized blaw tofor. ward mono to newspaper publishers, tree or. eharjre. All letters to the Ed.tors, by mail, must be ros,T said. Kates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first , insertion t cents. A reasonable deduction made to a r...onhie deduction mde to those who advertise by the year. CoTimunii-a'inns or advertisements of a per. onal nstnre (when dmiihle,) ill be chars;, erl double the usual rates, and payable invaria b!v in advance. rr- For anmuncins candidates, S2 each, . in...

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 April 1844

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