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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 April 1844

Second District Dr. 11 O Blake v, l citrpn v r of Callawav, Eli E. Bass, of Boon, at the b-I'n. k 3 P.";e their votes esteem, and confidence of the p?ople I shall receive three mouths' ..ay after and J a On nominated and district Third Williams. fi M Hurdies. of" n!:.v. ,..-! T Vv'ti'l.! !"" -'nelly refer to tiic.i also: mo: e Convent.,! v Q 7 ... . , ' . it rt u ( I. J . a .( tf......I I "r motion our lie ecntea vnr I . . . ' "'' " i. ";. "'"""j, innt .Uartin on urrn d appointed lor the third Ylo vZ-, . "1CPS V "-Mderit ' " oee as the candidate ..f the !c--"vV . - i v,:uu,.e"drs:w,r. .to '",,,t:ril"e par.v f..r th- ..Hi,-.- Dwfrtrf-CI. Wiiev CJ ti, . . l:,e i'!i,'ir.;: 1 ,es"" ,:t ll,e U"'" Staies. sub- . of Rav- Ilnhrrt P. "l-'lij ! ! i--1-"' ''! tov crmiiellt; we Sll.il! jeet t :;P r .,. ... they are dismissed. The sui'ject was :sci:sed l'V several members, when Anamst Klcctioia. JTr. Mann You are authorized to ' IVcnurcv. ,... v " '"r Sl Independence and the Saline, Du le r.pson...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 April 1844

1 PBOSPECTU 8 fOU PUBLISHING THE DEBATE. Held in Lexington, Ky.. between Ref. Alixandei Campbell, of Bethany, Va. And Rev. N. L. Ricr, of Paris, K j . On the Following Proposition, ri : 1. The immersion in water of a proper tub ject, info the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, ii the only Apostolic or Chrittian Baptism. Mr. Campbell af firtni. Mr. Rice deniet. 2. The infant of a believing parent is a Scriptural subject of Bptira . Mr. Rice affirms and Mr. Campbell denies. 3. Christian Baptism is for the remission of past sins. Mr. Campbell affirms Mr. Rice denies. 4. Baptism is to be administered only by a Bishop or ordained Presbyter. Mr. Rice affirms. Mr. Campbell denies . 5. In Conversion and Sanctificatioo, the fp'ritof God opeiates on persons only through the Word of Truth. Mr. Camp bell affirms. Mr. Rice denies. 0. Human Creeds a bonds of I'nion and Commnnion, are necessarily heretical and ichismatical. Mr. Campbell affirms. Mr. Rice denies . Reported by competen...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 April 1844

BY I. ADAMS. TEHJIS OF FCBL.ICATIOJV. Ths Radical h issued every Saturday morn ing, at $2.59, if paid within six month, 'and if payment be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exacted. ETTo a club of Throe or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. Postmasters re authorized by law t for ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be.rosT faid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion si; tor 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. T For announcing candidates, $2 each, invariably in advance. CTAdvertiscmente (except foryearly adver tisers,) should in all cases be accompanied by writte...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 April 1844

THE RADICAL. Bon ling-Grccn,. . April 29, IS 1 1. NOTICE IS hereby given, that the Democrats of Pike county, will meet in the town of Bowling Green, on the First Saturday in May next, fur the purpose of Organizing the party, and nominating; candidates lor the approaching August election. Mast Democrats. April 13ih, 1S44. llev. Mr. Eustace, will preach in the Academy, to-morrow, at 11 o'clock. We are under obligations to Hon. J J. Hardin, member of Congress from Illinois, for sundry public documents. Westward, JIo! A large party is ex pected to leave St. Louis fi.r the Moun tains, in a few weeks, mider the direc tion of the Jesuit Missionaries. M The Legislature have vir-1 Iowa The peoule of Iowa have tu:,l!v abolished the militia system ,n eu ' - ". . 'Government. Delegates me to ue that State, no more pa.aders or ie.ecIfd ,ltxt Aust k. a Convention, spectioiis being recognizable by law, ; js t(, seiiiile in October to and r'1 officers, on npplie.'tion, Lemjr ; ti.rm a Consi.ution. ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 April 1844

trnre the Zi. Tt Anican and , ca upon to communicate whether. the Senate do?" Ujpartof Gieat BnUin to interfere in . . , , . . - via'' 11 ,s understood that the Aletttrof the 31.t.,pnb1hcd in the principal inlormation called for the Kew York Herald stales, that despatch of Lord Aberdeen, which The time I. now come .hen Texas -8 San, lefore the Present' at th. must and will either unite with us, or de- j ne bir. L. Packcnha.n presented hi yni. ...... .vi u, ur against, us come under the protection of the regis of the American Eagle , or crouch beneath lD6?j , on when her , All she wants is a commercial all.- nntold, and incalculable agricultural and nce. (Indeed! iNothing but a com-; llTt'vZT lCi?,ercial a!li wl'ic" -ould give; dom oi ureal uruam. General liender- .on i. nowhere with plenary powers; .nrl before he leaves us and h, fr, II,;. Cmsnu crfjoiirnt, the fait of Texas , he Jifinilireh settled. It will be no party vote in Congress.' j Imldlv throw the . . - ! tion. And neither...

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 April 1844

fin I : if 'i : I Ill I; I . .7 - 1-iiO.I'ECTL'S FOR PIT.LISHING THE DEBATE. HolJ in Lexii.g'on, Ky.. between Rev. Ali- xandks Cikiiii l, of Rethany, Va And Rev. N. I,. KirE, of Paris, K j . 0:itfie VttlloviTip Propositions, tiz : 1 . The immersion in water of a proper sub ject, into tit name i.f the Father, the Son end the Ik!- Spirit, is the only Apostolic j or Christian Rapthm. Mr. Campbell af firms. Mr. Rice denies-. 2. The. infant of :i belicviiip parent is a Scriptural subject of FaUia -Mr. Uicc uCria? uLft Mr. Campbell denies. 3. Christian kar'tisirj is fur the roinis.-ion of pc-t tins. Mr. Ciimpbcll f.tii:i!is Mr. Iiic denies . 4. 3?r.p!i :n to b'.- r. 'isiiriteici! only by a i'ifhori or ordnit.od Fn'l.-yter. Mr. iiice uir.is. Mr. l'i;Lplv!! denies. 5. In Vev. 'rsion ::nd Sanctificatien, the Spirit of God ..Mieinles on persons only ti.ironh the Word of Tmtii. ?.!r. Cainp-l-t'Ii tnirtu". Mr. Rice di niei. ". Unman Cne.'i. as be.iids of T'ui.vn nnd C,::;r:iir.i.ir., are necess...

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 April 1844

L -"" . , - - - - . - " J5V I. ADAITIS. Tr.KMS OF PlTptJCATIOX. Tiie Uu)Ical is is5,Ueuvsr .Saturday morn in, at 80,5',), if, paid within six nionths,and if payment b? longer delayed. Three Dollars "'. IT T cl'iii of Throe or more subscribers. will beaxae'ed "(if paid in mhnnce,) Two Dollars. No piper discontinued until all arrearages .re paid, except at the option of the Editors. n-Post nar'.crs are authorized bv law 1, for. ward moni'Vto newspaper publishers, free of charje. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must be tost r.iu. Rates of Advertising. One squire, of 15 lines or less, for the first : 1. f.,r ...if-li .nUnu i ;,..:.... cc iilkiiwii b'i - i' ......... in. ty cents, a rniirun;iuiu ccuuciion maau 10 those trim aevcruse ny 1110 year. lose Wll" oi-';i iiiu jtfli. Communications or advertisements of a per. aona! nature (ivhcn admissible,) will be charg. ! nicnts ol Maj. Jones,1' a. queer look ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. j in;' pampheli some eighty octa...

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 April 1844

If -il. if MM it? 3V i ! A hp i -i : I: ! f r .M 'i5 1 :-- t ! m TTTP r r. r,? T y Li !.i l'...;uv;1 ii - riI-r,!H5S. Mavxlirss-iirceri, -April ' NOTICE IS hereby given, that the Democrats of Pike county, will meet in the town of . . Bowling Green, on the first aturday m May next, for the purpose of Organizing i the party, and nominating canuidutcs lor the approiehing August election. Maxv Democrats. April 13th, 1844. The Methodists will hold a protracted meeting in Bowling Green, to commence on the first Saturday in May. Several preachers are expected to be prce:it. SNcxt Saturday is the day sot a purt" for a meeting ef the Democracy of Pike, for the purpose of nominating can didates to be run al the approaching Au gust election. It is hoped that every De mocratic voter in the county will re spond to the call, and come up in solid phalanx, prepared to take part in the de liberations of the electing. Let every one come up determined net to be in fluenced, in any nctian he mr.y take,...

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 April 1844

l-VJAOKliSS. . i Oa the 10th inst., the Senate was I occupied with the debate on the tar-' ill resolutions ol Mr. McDuflic. Mr Colnuil, of Georgia had the floor, and' w iiii I.p lifrl r .. ir mi .......... uiuucu, .ii. uncaic, .u..,u. u. quoiej Hum a speech delivered by Mr. Clav, and ! published in the National Intell,,,,,- i cer, of" January 21, 1042, in whic1' Mr C said iiWjK .., n ' ivir. v. iii insie was "no nccessitv no necessity of protection for protection." Mr vi-i. 1- , vmue tuuc.noiea, in a lonr speech. ...Mtihi ri aw.iv tl. r.m,-rl Y "w.. ol Mr -U.. mi. 1 m men 1 harteied some beads, I intend essiI1?s 011 unselhshness! On all Cltn. JMe..:l LnsuccessUi. eilorts . to send down 1,, ihe Ion the frl u-,tluil leads us in love to prefer one anoth were then made to so into CW.mi:-1 poriut.il v. I.ii.e, 1 v (1U ' ' !cr- "ere lies the socrct of universal tee ol Mo vMio.e, in order t.) take i.p 1-.. - ' ! harmonv; this is the diapason, which the tariff ir. J. r. j lf.,.,.Si,;: , AWr...

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 April 1844

Hi Hi ill! rKori:cTi s roii riT.Msiii:;: THE DEBATE. Held ill Lexi'ii-' on, Ky., between Hey. A Lr.xANKf a Cash i;ki.l, of P.et tinny , Va. And Kev. X. .. liicF, nf Ten'-, Ky. On the Foll.nriv l'rop .sitinr.s, viz: 1. The immersion iu waler of a proper sub ject, into l!ic name of tho Father, (he Son and llie Holy Spirit, i- the only Apostolic or Christian ll.iptisni. ,Mr. Campbell af firms. Mr. Kice denies. 2. The infant of a believing parent ii a Scriptural s-nbiect of Ihiptism Sir. liire alarms nnd Mr. Cauipbc'l denies. 8. Christian Iip.ptinn is l.r the remission of past tins. X.t. Cimipbcll affirms air. Hire denies . 4. Bapti'ru if to he ncliuiiiiitfrnl only l5" a Bishop or ord.iiocd 1'rt -by ter. Mr. Kice affirms. Mr. Cuxnpbi !1 denies. 5. In Conversion and Sanctification, tlie Spirit of Cod opoiatrs on persons only tlnoni;h tlie Word of Truth. Mr. Camp bell affirms. Mr. luce denies. fl. Human Creeds in 1 fids of t'nicn :i:d I Comiiainior:. i re i:i -cesstiri.'y heretical ned sc...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 May 1844

tuie ! OCB COUSTBT ASD OOK COU JTIT S WEAL. BY I. ADAMS. BOWLl.G-SREE., PIKE COt WTY, JJISSOl'Rr, XATI'KDAY. HAY t, IS 14. Vol. III. Ao. 36. TER!WS OF PrBLICATIO. Ti Rioicli issued every Saturday morn, ing. at 82.53, if paid witbin sia months,' and ,f parent be longer delated. Three DolUw will be exacted. T3"T a club of T'o-ee or more subscriber. (ifpiidia4K.To Ponar.. o paoer discontinued until all arrearages r. paid.' except at the option ofthe Editors. IT Post masters are authorized brlawtefer. ward monev to newspaper publishers, free of 111 UllH Ia th rjilnH hv fn.il r ' ' must be rosT run. Rates or tdrerusint. One sqaarc, of lalines or less, for the fir insertion 3h f' each snbsequent insertion fif. tv cents. A reasonable oeductioo made to those who advertise by the year. Co-nrninications or advertisements of a per. onal nature (when admissibie.) ill be rharC. h'.v in adranec. Fur announcing candidates, S2 each. anTiriab'.T in ad.-anec. t.VHTertiwments ;eicept forTearTr adrer. ...

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

u r n IKS ..i if 113 i wl Mi KM r ,1 fii-;. lit ,ci v4 I'SIE'j V - Ei 2 t' . " "1 Ilcwling-rri-n, May I, Sil!. " ,.,.. 1 1 i iii IS hereby given, that the IV tr.ocr.it s of Pike comity, v. ill meet in the tow n cf Jlowling Crcen, in the First Si.turd.v in May next, for the purpose of Organizing the party, and nominating candidates lor the approaching August elect inn. Many Demuckats. April 13th, IS 14. We are inl'romcd that Mr. Tr-i, RS-' sociaie editor ol the lleporler. is exneet- edhcre some timo alHut the first of 11!Uit every ceseiption of notices and ilis June, and will pnbably favor ns with cussions with which j our columns are a speech. A friend at our elbow sag-' 0ftt.n freighted, I should infer that you gests that a slight shake of the "Mbsouri , had been Mr. Tablic's very humble and Earthquake" at the same lime ;:nd place, most obedient servant. would be tery acceptable. v, , I V. t . .1 ui 1111(11 Court, for Lincoln county, commenced! its sitting in Troy, on Monday last. ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 May 1844

r I'oiJftTO.. ' la the Senate, on the 15th. the I uuii uniaiui ivm" was read. Nrvnr-,1 petitions and remonstrances were pre- . r The Senate resumed the consideration oi me report oi uie Committee on Fi nance, upon the bill introduced by Mr. 1 McDuffie, for the modification of the twin. i Mr. Choale concluded his remarks in i favor of the existing tariff, and in oppo- sition to any modification thereof. The further consideration of the subject was then postponed. j The bill to reduce the rates of p0s- tape was then taken up; and before any action thereon, the Senate went into Exc- i cutive session, and shortly afterward adjourned. ir r .1. .. . . i , .hi. iii-ivii uiuvuu uiai me rules be suspended, that the House might go into Committee of (he Whole, with a view of taking "p tne tall :or tlie mM:!ihcation of; the tariff. 1 he motion was ncsratived ! "oniotiTof Mr. McKay the Ilou.e men weai iiuo vuinuuuee oi uie Mole, ' and took un the bill inahinn- I tions for the army; which was dis...

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

-Jh 4 H 1 iS ': i' a J- 1 ' s i Mr -j: .3 PROSPECTUS I OK pri;i.isiii.i i THE DEBATE, , Holt! in I.esintrton, Kjr.. between IU-v. A i.F.XANni.s Cam: iiki.i., of lit thnny, Vii. And Kev. I,. It in , of Pro e, I.' v. i On Hie I'ollouiiig Propotitin.it, ii:: j 1. The iiunn rion in water of a proper sub ject, into the name of the Father, the 1 and the Holy Spirit, is the only Ani-t..lir I tit Christian IlipfNiii. Mr. Campbell af firms. Mr Hire denies. 2. The infant of :i I riirvil:" nttnit i ; Prriptur-tl subject of i-npti'in .Vr. '.'.in- ufTirinsar.il Sir. CampI t il iln ics. 3. Chri-timi i:.n li-ia is for the remiif-iim i I pan m.s. Mr. t r.i:ij:;ril nuiru.s . Iticc tlcni.- . 4. !?:intirii i. t.t 1 f pr; ernl rnlv b l:ihi, rr ir!iiir:l Tfiflivt- r. 7ilr. i;:c nSirniP. Tilr. l iii'iplii'L' ilrni? . 5. In ('onvertiiiit nti)l nc I i Hi n t !!', t'i. Spirit of tioit i;pi-in(''s ou jtoiw o!il Ihionsl! the VA'ml cf Trnt '.. Mr. Ciiinp hell niiiri:ic. !ir. i;i e ilrnii". 6. liutnan Cm (If 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. — 11 May 1844

"OUR COCNTHY AND OUR COUITll's WEAL." BY I. ADAMS. BOlVLSXti-aSIEEX, PIEiE COCATY, OTBSSCrRB, NATrBSDAY, MAY 11, 18-14. Vol. III.IVo. 27. TERMS OF PIRIJCATIOX. Thi Radical is issued every Saturday mern- inir nt S5-3-.rirr if nniil ivilbin kit ninnlliR. rind ifoavmentbe lonirer delayed. Three Dollars ...... ' will he exacted. 0"Tr a club of TlirfiO or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. Na piper discontinued until all arrearages r. nnA PTcerit nt the o rfc of the Editors. rJTPostmastors are aJsTized bv law tr Itir. ward money to newspapor puujiaharace of Charge. All letters lo tho bdit5df5cir-inail, must do tost r.iu. Rates of A(Iveri.ins One square, oflo lines or less, for the first insertion 1; for each subsequent insertion tif- ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. , -j 'i' ' i 'a saui mai intelligent M exicans j open IllB Do wels witli a ilose ol calo- Communications or advertisements of a per. . '' s,iie young Lears, which pro...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 May 1844

n 11 ,'' 1 ' il -.4 ?t '9 ? f Hi' f . r lli. 1 t I . -i Jill 1 5 h 1 fi ll if. 1 'rtflP F ft KPri F I Jlh ; 't!!!!: aV ' 1 noivliti Virginia .Vic'ioii. The returns from Virginia, thus fir, principally through Whig sources, give 14 Demoerrtie members oftlic Legislature and 3il Whig. The Piichiflond Whig says the result is the same as in 1840, when the Demo crats carried the Side. The Democratic mectiiis fur the no- mieation of candidates for the Le-dsla- turf ni .. nn a-,it,r.Ux- i,.t -. (',..'.. .1' ... i: r.i... v.... ,i.,J , , ... court house. The mcctinj was dccid- cdfy larjrer than any voluntary political assemblage w o hac heretofore w ltness- ; ed in the county. And tor once, all rrr vutc leelinps and preferences were laid ' aside all seemed desirous of selecting Kirli mm for thf l.roi-.fiirp as uimiM cor.ccnta'e'he whole s'.rcmrtli i f the iur- . , . I y-mcnon waem aa w ao arc odious of the success if the Dimcuralie ticket, in ltn ccunty, could unite, liie nomi- nations were ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 May 1844

JUL 1ei AURIVALOFTIICACAMA. , Ltgh'Mn days later from Lurope. 1 l.c The steamer Acadia, Cant. Eyrie P arrived at Eoston, from Liverpool, a bout 12 o'clock, noon, on S.irj d;;y. the 21st n!t. .She left -iver j . ul i;i the 4'h tnd brings London dates to the evening oi the .id and Y.wui po,-I ll.e desert by boring f.jr water he to the 4 tli- .twecnCi.i.-o Jr.-l Sui which he ex- C uttoa has still lurthcr ccclir.cd. jn l!ie pram mnheis uui little ap pears to have been done. The dun has declined. Parliament had adjourned for the Easier Ilolydays, and was to inert a eain on the 15tl). Tiie session, hail (if which is nsu illy collide, cd to lave . i .. . . i- . i . i i ! t r x i i' r? J a', iii.-ter, lias b i n Liu' n of ; interest. I.l'.he nHJS f t.rrrM:. nn h jC:ii, both Lo 'd Ah!ey and the G v eminent fuin.l the .ia::u:fictn:-:trr i . 1 -t i.'. str i .' t:ii:!i on t,;-- ml t nonrs I.o,d t 'en honrss. nriiist-T; I A. p-.'.o. lis f;,.. maxima a; frr?d '.we've. 1- :' was n -.tivo 1-181 t- ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 11 May 1844

-J iH: 7i J ill 1 4 ;4 rRospEcris rou pritLisniNC. THE BSD ATE, Ut-ia in Lcxir:ton, Ky.. between F.cv. AreiAsnti ('.-.miteii., of la-thany, Vn. Anil lit v. I'. !,. Hici:, of Paris, Ky. On lite I'uUuu-ing Prepositions, viz: 1. The immersion in water of a proper sub ject, info the eauie of the Father, Hie Son mid the Holy Spirit, i the only Apo.toHc nw Christian 1 lisni. Mr. Cam: bc!I al- ! firms. Mr. Pace dcrie". 2. The infant of a believing parent is a Scriptural subject of fiapti'in . Mr. Rice ofiirms and Mr. Campbell denies. 3. Christian ISap(i-m is for the rcmiiiion of past tins. Mr. Campbell affirms .Mr. nice denies . Baptism is to be n.linini-tcriil only by a Uicc Cr-BAT NATICNAI. WOES. 1 j taitan & dennet, I i No. M l, Washington street, Boston. proposes to publish by subscrip tion, in 14 monthly numbers, at the low price of 25 cents each number, The l.li'v oi' AYa!iiSto PV JAUK.K SPARKS, C iiu.phcil af- j T;,ci; number to contain between lor- tv nnd fil'tv r.:l"lS. and to...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 May 1844

112- 'our cobwtrt and oub cchtii'i mti, BY I. ADAMS. BOWLJSC-fiKRE, PIKE COOTT, IHISKOI'BI, SATURDAY, MAY IS, I 844. Vol. III.--X0. 28. TEKWS OF PUBLICATION. Thi Radical is msued every Saturday morn, ing, at $2,50, if paid within aix months, and if payment be longer delayed, Throe Dollars will be exacted. ICTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in adranee,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. (Postmasters are authorized by law t for ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the tJitors, by mail, must be post i-aid. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion -?1; for each subsequent insertion fif. It cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per. tonal nature (when admissible,) will be charg ed double the usual rales, and payable invaria bly in advance. XT For announcing candidate...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 May 1844

r., .... ........ , . -r , A IS 1 A if l U A li. j BoWIinB.Uren,....nas- IS, IS 1 1, " 7 23Tli fThc absence of the Editor, is our igy fur the want of Editorial matter, -days paper. I apolog in to-days puper. t nli r .i;i,f. Thomas B. Honso, Ls.j., lani-idatc fur Cm,,-, and R. S. set. Km., of St. Louis, arc expected to ' 1 ' 1 address the people o! this county or this county, on the FIRST MONDAY in June next, (being the first day ofthe county court) at the Court House in Bowling tlrecn. a(1Jress ! A. H. Krrkici. Esu.. will the people, ia relation to the action of the late democratic convention, at Boon's Mill, on Friday 24th instant day cf Ballallion muster. 33The request of "Democrat," and "C." is complied with. Their commu nications appear to-day. Let it be re membered that the Editor is absent, and not accountable for the matter and things therein contained. It seems that a very extensive "scratch- ir.g of backs" is going on about this time. , Should like to know whose "backs" j '...

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