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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 May 1844

0 1" . I Graphic Description of a Baby. We copy the following from the K nicLerhnr-L nt A nrll It ; - . -ript toIietndT Ld 'e' P? i.or by the funny correspondent. who!'fl"!W fa.r,?,,r "",ll,,n Sound calls himself -Julian." If wr rend- xve t " T . r P . 1 ers laugh as much as we did, we ,,itv ' in i few T BJ. ' "nd ' them.-Repub. ' ' i " , '",t"ner,,s ere at ,he lo"1 I P 5 iai t .I f i :a ni(ie -nil dirty staircase, eading up on thriH .Tin. VVh - P I0" the Si,,j ofa retched building to . Sf.,eed tort I .UereIa,e -u- a kind rf temporary loft. The ,lo, a s do von hlr S'r' WSS a" ! U,r l,encd ' dr, and we entered j ure wise belore mv tune a brute n,o f i i - i , - i -a blockhead! Did I talk of dust and ! v '.'f 11 , e ''TO ashes! Oh! sir, I lied multitudinous ! 1 , ' '"li 5" I 1 ... I . 5. ?"e '",7. "1,'!'..l!,:'t , 14IUI. fcv oii.mg,,; ill mill Ui- terance, W.' o, sir, let me tell you. it's a great world "lorious, tnaJnifi- cent! a world that can i be le-,t! Tu.k j of the stars and a b...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 18 May 1844

"POETRY From the St- Louis Gazette. THE I.OXE STAR. BT MRS. MAtt O. tLCHASAS. In wide Columbia's favored land. Far southward lies a golden clima, Fair freedom wrote with Godlike hand. Its nam upon the pa go of time. Chaered by the voice of Liberty, Its sens flung ofT lha Tyrant's chain, Then rose in conq'ring majesty, "The Lone Star" o'er Jacinto's plain. When sinks the wearied sun t rest, And fled aie all its radiant beams, On Mushing evening's o'ewy breast. The firstborn star so brightly gleams. 'Mid Heaven's blue depths she shines alone' Until her sisters robed in light. Seal forth and (reave her in the crown, That rests upon the brow of night. When cet the Spaniard's sun in bleod, Upon the breast ef Liberty, As by oppiession's tomb she stood, "The Lone Star" glowed in brilliancy. Fair Texan Star thou shin'st alone. Will not the siitrr tlars come forth. And place the in Columbia's crown. The proudest diadem of Earth. Si. Louis, Vay 1st, 16 )1. SCRAP S. A Society of Emigrants has ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 May 1844

0 8 b tcasl "out comm ins ot coijiii'j ifni," BY I. ADAMS. BOWLWG-GREEi, PIKE COUATY, IT3BSSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1844. Vol. III.-IYo. 30. TERMS OF PUIIL.ICATIOX. The Radical is issued every Saturday morn ing, it 2,50, if paid within six months, nd if payment be longer dolaved. Three Dollars will be exacted. jjT To a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Hollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. CrPoatmasters are authorized by law t for. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the bditors, by mail, must be rosT rAin. Rates of Advertising. One square, of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion 31; for each subsequent insertion fif ty cents. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per. tonal nature (n hon admissible,) w ill be charg. ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria. b!v in advance. 'jy For announcing...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 May 1844

T SI K 11 A D I V A It. ! - j rWmli-jg-J.iec-i, ....May 'i't, ISl 1. '' rv.i A ns fiTlie citizens of our town, for two or three d.ivs na-srd, have been favored iys passed, Jiave been favored , Iroin their instructions to vote for Mr. mc laminar name oi "uiu ironsides, ; aiy contests, arm i,ie toss o tiiose al lure, of two regularly bui!t ', Van Uuren, and taking strong grounds aI,d my?t subject of the Texas j lections of the Texan inhabitants so ... j. . r ,i r , , .annexation. ess ntinl to happiness in a united arid tis. It seems dial no corner- i in favor of the immediate annexation of- ti, , , r r , i .. c. . ,i ii . i ....... I 1 lie position ol Commodore Stewart ropuh ican penp e. Hut 1 won h not with the lect e-Mormon .ci,-,,,. oomiuci. .a- bors. This is an -unfavorable locality" i lor Mormomsm.as well as for some cth- er things. v : i . . i fit lu i i L'u il u u?ir r. u as for Texas we can "straight through." . . , ... What "humbug" next "Calumet" asks some plain questions no...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 May 1844

From the Si. Louis Transcript, The Huaking Party. Farewell the jolly husking nijht The morry after nc-encs; When Indian piiridinp, smoked bcr'rie A giant pot nf beans. j. c whitticr. We like to recur occasionally lo the customs and pastime -f our an - rAclnra I .,'1- . . ....... . i .1 . am ta w rj iiiu UI lilt" av in;i?uutfrune, ana me lashionab e :t . J t . r 1 ' where benuty and elegance and refine- l . J . i .. ,- mem num. Qown me dance 10 the solt whim, rirci i" music like the lovely creations of a ! learn, was severely injured by having dream the embodied spirits of joy. ' his back sprained and being otherwise end light, and music- ho is there ! oni.!er:il.!y himsod.so that his roeov- i . n . . r,- ;....... i . i L.r i ii i that will not turn a lonamg and a;" " ''ewhat d.juHftil. A breaks - lingering glance uion the sitnp'c a-! m;in naniil John Htisst-li, of Wil mu semen iso! other times when pas-! "linnt.Mi. IV!.. was killt d instant! v. times went l.un.l in l,..r.l c..r.,L '...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 May 1844

Riot and .Murders in Philadel phia! Concluded. ia the city. They are now in front ol Si. Augustine's church in Fourth street, and threaten to burn it. It is now 8 o'clock, I-. m., the people in the ncighbeihood of the church are moving out of their houses. I under stand tliC mob is now led on by a young man whose brothei was killed yesterday. An Irishman was cap tured in a house, while in the act of loading a gun, and badly beaten by ihc mob; several attempts were- made 10 nang Ian:, but he was at last taken to the watch house alive. One of the military was shot by accident. The Mayor has just issued a proclamation for the putting down ol the mob. The Catholics hold a meeting to-night in Penn Sqare, but lor what purpose I am unable t say. Nearly all kinds of business is sua pended. Half past 0. The State House bell is ringing, and the cry of fire is being raised through Chesnul street. The streets are scarcely passable for the ciovvds that aro mov ing to and fro. The fire is in Ken ...

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 June 1844

iliti OUR COCSTR7 A S D OUR COUSTBl's WEAL.' BY L ssovLiti-cKr.'v, riKu roi::TY, ?:!orj:s, wati'bav, jtjxk s, skss. Vo!. UI.-c. SO. The Rmtical is js-uo3 ox-nrr nturdav tiu-rn in(T, at 2,50, if paid within six nn-nths ;ind if payment te longer ileUved, Tl:rcc Oollurs will be rxan'rd. XT To n cl'i-i of Thme or triors subscribers, (if paid in ad ranee, Two Poilar. No pnpor discontinued until all arrarnp? arc paid, cxerpt at tlio op1 ion of IMitor. I3"Postmartara am authorized hv W-v to fir tvard raonnv to rwwspnprr pii'dihers, fn " of charge. All letters to thn Editors, ly r.i.iil. must be iost r.:r. Mr 7""''Ulnn"V'T T 1 'V1 "": Ult t!l1' -v,:i r; i;c-;:'l 1r- Mwy. (and J.-hn I .1 7 le Vrtc:..--On the day of the The ra3!.insto Intrigue.""' 7 "e tCn I :V:CMn';' 1 ' Vy?,,i,,V ':;,-!,,,,imVra(-!i ' two men.' of o,, 0n receiving the news of th. Ty- i .,,11 i. ii j k !....!. t..t t... iluic- .-.-day in t.ie imxru: - I ri.-s-i; I ,rHo. N. j.-t.j-Io who steep .n politics, wprc ensasred in di...

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 June 1844

1 E1:j Li JO.a Ilo!ins-Cireen Ja;:f I,!3. Tx'So eastern mail sinr-c M'aau.y. 'The Candidate r !. I.e. ture, w i!l address the people :.! llewliiaj Cree'.), on Saturday r.exl the i-'.h iavt. It will he tern that vc have nduccd our rates of advertising to 70 ci i.i., ; it square, lor the f.r;' insertion. a:.d t f cts for 'each subsequent insertion. Tl.i so are lower rates ly L'0 cents on each square, than ran.' country v.it-rr ia the State, the Journal which is expected to Lc ushered into existence here to-aav, excepted. The only archly we have to make to o"r fellow i : ..!" srner. for this !tep. is one i f i:ecessi:. A press has j.ist Leen established here by one of our citizens, v. ith the view of extermi nating cur humble ih.ee!, r.::.l this i educ tion tf rates, is part it' the panic to he played. The proprietor is not a printer, and is therefore po.-ses-c.l of more of this world's goods than our humble, self: but this, than!: Ccd, does not invest hi:.i with tlie right to prescrib...

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 June 1844

From the Detroit Daily AdvertiMr. 1 t. ,,, -i rV 3 . Coagrc;. i mail oi .vissofRi, county .r-eri 5. ? v r v When Texas is mentioned oari Jn the S "I- i -'i ! of nivf "JS---j . , ' A thoughts turn towards Canada, and ' r.,.- ,i J:r '""f 116 .., oU.u a L"'.' rik.- Circuit r t... ih.i '""v, 7.7...,'"v. -"i. 'T..:7 ' CtlStL. SfnVP.. Regular Semi-v.cekly Packet The Xcu; .if-' tlrcvzht, swift run- Die Vc5'tios2, , ,i, i - i n.ni ui Henry "unrulier nili ' .- .itiiiuiiiicii"; me i.iinie ' ' 'lilt eJannef,a ,0D 13 aC Other,, direct.-, of th, W Ev-hL ' in- par, ..f .,. of George Marzolf, ,s a caii.iiJ.le to , ... ,ori- enmphshed, if never snail be, our ac-1 v- - - - T , ,-, - i.r...w.;:,. of .;..! court t. the Sixth dm fill the office crJuii,-,r',, V.-,oo -i.i.AiL. i ,.JL. tinn wid take the same direction. !,.. ' " 1 f, ,.''-: '' oi id tom,, von will manv .u-;..n.-r, 1:,m: tMilm.ijriK-! ueglove to it.n.oo the i s. ca:,:i:ron, Masteb : -L citizcii? of A.-i,icv. ii-viciiot' . uii.l i.h 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. — 1 June 1844

1 11 r ' .is ; ' - J Oil - M ;'r '31 by 5 -if, 5 il lit . If: 'Ml , i i si :! 11 i'Ot'-TIlY. Fur the Hadical. Amanda! I liave seen an eye more bright. I've seen a cheek of rosier Luc than; thine! I r;;oU'n:Ti s v-vi rrni.i!i!N; THE DEBATE, Jc!i! ii) .rsin.-ton, Ky., between v. A i.i: amic CoiiTFi.! . f Fn-thaiiy, V Ani! !! v. N. I.. II ii : , of Fan'-, liy. (in tut -f.-i'if Prr,liuM, ii-: lait eli! bcam'J there mere intellectual j j The iuauei-;.... i.i t. r ofa tro -r j Msr-h (ah. -. (jL Jlt lir. V.. u L) w u h w : A T T O 11 H Y A T 5 . . - V, r.o'.i r.i.vc cr.r.nx, .vo. Bjf"SI., altera! t.i nny !n-ii:e- i-iitrn-tci! t lii- .-nr.- in I he ir -i:it C-nr! l 1,'nlo. Pi!;.-, Ai.-iil-.-oiniry an.l Lincoln conn- j ' ti' -. liirht? Blrth'd there such tints of "Wins; hue jl ft, Illi a tin- 1 anil- of till' Falhi-r, tin' Son ; . ().. nsii'Ri,) .. Iiiai H "l.l nil, I- im i.i .ir (',,:i:,(v of I n. The rVcW mirror. H awes' Fever & Ague Tonic, Lmtki. riv :i:t)!!OC V. MOilltlS, Snp-riorto ...

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 June 1844

OCR COU.tTBY A K D OCR COUNTRY'S WEAL ' BY I. AHAJIS. HOWlAXSi-tilUlEX, PIKE COl-XTY, JZISSCrRI, SATTEEDAY. JUXE S, 1812. V:!. IlE.--.o. SI. TERMS OF ITBIJrCATIOX. Thi Radical is issued every Saturday morn ing, at $J,50, if paid within nix months, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. 'LfTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No ptpr discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the op: ion of the Editors. CT Postmasters are authorized bv law to for. ward nionov to newspaper publishers, Ireo of charge. All letters to the Editors, by mail, must bo tost paid. if?, linu Mjicly is but a shadow and top of the moiini;iin. and then return-1 In.- it dream! ed with her quadiette. A mile nt heart now beating with the fuiinesi of hope must ere long cense to tiuob. The thin easement that encloses ;l.o tii.iiA.it tat Miiii is ,is im.is 51 i..as: tt-st.r, t v ii ulceus tiu arc uini in -03 on". Nl mm sutm si i:iv. an. J a ger.'...

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 June 1844

ti .J1..- .f-A! So f,r very good; but when he exhaust-' persons were presented by the.. -frenjl. ; oann'-'heon -ower with which 1 may he invested, ing p the Missoun r.ver wh some Bon EiUK-Grct-n,.. ..June S,IS1I. cd that subject, he certainly seems to for nomination, viz: Messrs. Mcbridc, ( p-.,,;, nnmin!l,ilin7 a power conferred not for my pc.son- ho.ses; a like iieslinition cemented - i:.t mr,ii.ria1 ti. mat.' nut a snfpt-li. Jackson, Jameson and Parsons; after se-i T,., m..., , ui ,... ! .,. i.n..;"t. nnrformvaL'iiran.lizement, 'an aeon -lintnnee and on the road Thl IIlsllt. V.e learn by a ten- . tlrman from St. Lous, that Jas.es K. ,u Tolk, of Tennessee, received the nomi- f..r TV.!,-,,!, ard S...A, W. ,c.t . . n . v of "New 'irrk.kr uc 1 rona-i... c" ry coed ! The Democrats are surely riin' ' t;ain!,t Harrv Clav and FrcHnshnvscr. ' By la.t nigj.i' mail, we received the j)e proceedings of the two first days of the Convention. 1 wo i.undrcd and sixty- six delegates were present. ...

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 June 1844

From the Nashville Union. Icrto restrain u3 Irom a treaty with I table. Mr. Dun can moved l o-n in- tUen. JacUson audj lnncxatic.ii j Texas, particularly as we know that; 10 ct mmir.oe on the hill extendm:: ' Y r. .... .j 1 r .. o . . i . -it i: . .- -. . .... : August Ealecliozi. We Mcstnt our readers to-i! Willi anolher letter from Gen. .lark- suits th at may endanger tie safety cf! over Oierjon. STATU OF MISSOIJKf. COLNTY ! of i-iKi:, IV ' our lailure to dn SO Will produce re- the jurisdiction of the United Slates ! J 'kc ( ircnit Court, April Term. t! 1. IV ,i. . , . t I ' - ' - . ' ".i.iL-ti urir ii in! n rpn i i i I lis motion w:i4 also! TI1K fulliiwinir nprnr as nart of tl,e Atvnvi, ,.1 ., .1 .rr..' r ton on the suhject immediate mi- 1 otir own confederacy. j unseccesslnl. 'I here were but 43 i'"-'''l'"E-f con:-. ,n the mxu, day Assessor of Pike county at the cnsuii - ' nrxation of Texas to t!ie Ur.i e.l 1 ear, not think there is discrer.enoy : votes in the nffitniative. '"' ...

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 June 1844

'" " lTjMLg - ' ,. 18 Lei '1 ill ill m ; if!. 'it-! ft ? ti i ft! WOOL CAK6?LG, AT ASHLEY, AT EEDttED PJUtES. fN view of the scarcity of money, tiie a subscriber has determined to do bust- j ncss tliis season, at lower prices than lierctcfore. He will card white wool at ' I 0' 1-4 cents per pound, and S cents for j mixed wool. Trade will be taken as j usual, lie will attend personally to the business, and he pledges himsell that all ( wool entrusted to mm, snuu uc imxeu so as to frivc satisfaction. MAUTIN STALKY. Ashley, March 23d., IS 1-1. 3m21. TP i ?!?ffi?r5e.. M.d4 iWi x-J -S- U THE undersigned having purchas ed the Tan Yard, fori.ierly own ed ty O. S. Jennings, near Bowling Green, and having procure. I a good Eastern Tanner, intends cr.rryint: on the business in pood style, and bet ter than it ever has been. V.'c in tend to keep, at all times, Leather to exchange for hides; nil persons wish ing to Lave their hidjs tanned on the shares, can Le ticconiinodated. and 1 will be res'...

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 June 1844

"our country and oor country's weal." K8ivM.-iici-:.f iikf. :rxTi Missouri, Saturday, juxe 15, is.3.3. Vol. III. I"o. 3S. TERMSOPPrni.!CATI(). Tm Radical is issnid every .'aturrlav morn-, in!, at 2,5fl, if pniil vithin KIX mnnths', and if payment lie longer delayed. Three Dollars will he exort'rd. ; 0"To a club of Thr-to or mor Mihsrrihcrs, j (if oaid in adrance,) TVo Unit irs. No paper discontinued until nil arrearages' are paid, except at the option of tJie Kditor. JXPostmastors are authorized liv law to f ir. tvard monev to ne-A-spaper nuhtishf-r?, free of charge. All letters to tiic Editor, hy i:ir !, must be tost pa m. Rates of ,.(lrrrfis:n'. JO centa per t)!irir.' of la lines or less, fir the first inscrticti, artl "t." cer.1- for rarh snli. 1 sequent insertion. A rea.-nmhle d.v.Iurtioa ! mud tnthc-e v bo ai!i-erti?.e Y.y the vcar. j v' .ilai- ''t.,r..s or a 'tvrrt Ir-eir.e; t s nf a r.r. Jtin.i' 'oi' ' -' "-rlV-S, C -f--i -lm:". th---"--" '". r.nri tiir in advance. . ' 'XJT 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. — 15 June 1844

-As M i IM 1 . : i Mil I If -: -' Ju ! t-h: Y?ri I 1 1 1 H! lift ' fill T-A: -f- . l !' I -- ! . .! 1 1 it . si i. .k.-Wo !e ...iterd.! , l!::st the pi c: i ei cat 1 (10:ii' ??cnicesatie atici:al C'cttivcsi- iio.:. . 'i.ti.l trli.-!i!arlv l!.c late i:on:m.i!nr ; - - I . I ... 1 : !.,.,! ... V,,,.- nnt:l.tlOII un.1 lie inure then once intimate! the ex- -.'. mv-' l i, T.' t, the interests cl tl.c l-rct-hc:, iiaa .- -,;tu:i 1 . i n't ... II,., I . ' - T .,-.,:;, re- ik-trove IV a r.;. !. I l:e rmnji ' . tne c ' '' noMliiis-Krtri! J;:ne So, TN! ! ron r.nvruNon. J O II N C. EDWARDS, OF COLE IOI NTY. ron liect. cuvtrvcK. j a m i: s you n g , or lafayette county. for comihess. STERLING PRICE, of Chariton, D. C. M. PARSONS, cf Pike, JOHN S. PHELPS, of Greene, JA'S B. EOWI.lN, of St. Louis, JAS H. RELIT., of Washington. , h tencC of rcmicnN and the V. I.icrs. bablv V t these ; lews in pait, that Col. Boon the city 1...'! been destroyed, is pro I exl i'-ited l.N gall and wormwood. He a hoax. ...

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 June 1844

i ,i c onsrofs , . -1 Xwrnful 0,Tr,v.-,v. Wc H :dy ten cents," v..n the jWv, "for A -r fBfoS ift-i In the Senate, on the 23ih, n Mil' have ever hold it t,, k t ,!,:tv ol . the -rucers have W ,,,'; .n l1 - ;-l-,Sc .'CI1031. nran'.ir," &7,". nn.i t.ir r,, l ,..r ,.r . i... t!i not.!;. ..-.,.... t:..i. .0. , v..... t ... ..' I ( p i . ..... . .. .... .x.:,,- : -i"-'' ' '""re. Have vo;,: n are at!;erizcc! lo nimonnc: II. O. Hil I.e. sol Kobe.t I-t.it.-n was ordered about matters tin: . n; ia- j-i.h :ir. y I ,r s;,l, ?" savs t re'::-' Hww-imto.-., as candidate to rer-re- L to l.o engrossed by a vote of 2.1 to II.: ''''! uivc.ligtttiun; U.t a case occur-, try,,,,,, .,i... flons ... v ., ::! this c.i:,u-h the !..wcr 1 ran.-!, of A ::p:.!v;.ri;it:n' . 100X00 to re.l :a our city vet.n.y ol ff pr-a:- n.-io,,. :;1:'. V!,.0, n ., ( ,,,..,!,.. i'..c next Ch-m fa! .Wmblv of this State. ' V"- ' commence t:ie o.ntruetion r.t a shin ' a character, Valid :i it Is vidci.t . ibem.-u Iu-s t j., v .....

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 June 1844

i f J.?. 1 Ml 1 1 1.1 tin .-tiH IS :! prospectus for rrBMsuixu THE DEBATE, Held in Lexington, Ky., between Rev. Al.rxAni:i ('AHr-iiri.i., of Bethany, Va Anil Ilev. K. L. Kick, of Fan's, Ky. On Hie Folfairiiig Propositions, riz: 1. The immersion in water of a proper sub ject, intti the name of the Father, tlir Son nil the Holy Spirit, is Hip only Apo-tnlic or itinstinn l.a;tim. Mr. 1 ampbell al firms. Mr. Rice denies. 2. The. infant of n hrlievitig parent is a Scriptural subject of !!apti in Mr. Kice nflirms nnd Mr. Campbell denies. 3. Christian Baptism is far the remission ot past fins. Mr. Campbell aiErun. Mr. Kice denies . 4. Baptism is to he ml'iiinistcrej only by Bishop or ordained Presbyter. Mr. Kice affirm?. Mr. Campbell deni-'. 5. In Conversion and Sanctification, tlm Spirit of God opeiates on persons only through the Word if Truth. Mr. Camp bell alarms. Mr. Kice denies. 6. Human Creeds as bonis of I'nion nnd Communion, are ncer;'arilr heretical and icliis icatical. Mr. Campb...

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 June 1844

If Nv tv v w fl CsJ ill S" fc3 'OUR COUNTRY AND O IT K C O U X T It T ' S . W r A I. .' 15 Y E. AB.WtS. Vol. Ill.Xc. C2. Tl.KiiSDf I'U,!J1AMJ. j I want aC.makt. 1 was one 1 iy . m-hir supplies pi Tan-ier and Mle'- Wheat. Oa(ra;c at !fauroo. office demolish? 1 the Tres- thre iJ"" ,f '' H;f"l.c-'r-,,n. tafc:...- the s.,,.hern p..a-:r We admer.is-, the vile,t er.mer ,From tllo m. i.e. cBSie. out tr:et;i,leStanU,.K&c..an "vba'fc'r "ed.n;: .:!"n,! , !; counter. --hen ? ;'' t!ieA:!:irti,..,:;:Uir,;,.i. t cm ins xv!;,:,, as s the low. Vl, r.u:,:-U li-I-;-!f !' ti- I ..!.- tt,r the tvpe in ,1! directions.- will i.xMr,i. ' .c!.!r:vd,nnd lord, n-,.,, sly rt . br;cf stop a (..a-h-tos,. S. s-j'Tjwt ..! th" st ,!!;! v ell .v.-. 4.x..,...,,,, i;vps;t..r'' A't.Tc!earin" out ihe office, thev y ,.T"cVatTZT -ulwcn!.er-. ar-..s?r.I i.ja llius: "Yoi.n-; I IjulI n;,r !!r,( flV.-i ;,!.- j Hal acta-n .-ns h.-ri. ..,,,1 the .,,;,,. ,,. ,,,,,,,- n,:,, ,,! ., the romhustiMe materials" an rjn;1":!. .-,r y...

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 June 1844

r 1 111 r : THE R A 5 C A L. n .. nL;-(;rt i'M,.. .,lii!e tst ron f.ovriion. JOHN C. i:i)YAI! US, or com: cni'M V, rna in ; t. rnvirnNnii. .T A M F. S V o 1" N (;, cr ur.ivETTt covxiv. ron rovoiuss. STIRLING P1UCM. of Chariton, 1. C. M. PARSONS, ol ) ike, JOHN S. ITIF.LFS, of (Jrrono, .TA S U. I!()VI.1X, of St. Louis, JAS II. IiKLFi:, cfWasliip.-ton. rndciiriiiU'iit Candidates. CA R LES II. A I, LEX. ron mi'.-t. f.ovri.Nni;. V-1 1. MAM V. ALMOND. l or o;l;l s. LEONARD II. SIMMS, cfCrerre TllO'S 15. IR IISCX. cf St. Louis, KATLIFF F.OON.rf pil.o. JOHN THORNTON. f Clay AUG. JOXF.S, of Wfeshiu-tcn. X.JQ AL.-fhe . r;ici. Orrcr, is removed to tlic frst doer Xerlh of the old Tisdalc Tavern, on Louiiara street. . ...crmaits-;.a(C!t Sews. A gcv.'.lemm direct f.om the river this laon.inpr, brings late news from the mor mons, which we j-.reiime is authentic. It is .tatcd thnt the (Joven.cr of lllhiois. has called out the ir.iliti i. and crderrd i!,::f the city r.f Nsuvo.i slionld l;e eoi!pfIl...

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