ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Radical, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 641 items from Radical, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
641 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 31 August 1844

From Hie X. O. ricayiinr, Aug. If., i rromTcTa. I j Ypstprd.iv m-irnimr ivn n.rnlij.nn.! f . . ...... ii.-iiniij ii L it. ii ii tiv j . me uenui oi wen. W in 1- 1.1 A' , ' . ii . 1. ium jni , : late Cliarpc d'At'.aircs of the United Slates, as the otiiv item v.a l.ud bv the arrival of the "i-rijj Hover, tr.-m Galveston, on Wednesday n'lit. Our papers came to Innd yestetday through the Tost Office, and t y look ing over them we find the following additional intelligence: The funeral of Gen. Murphy took vhec nt G.ilvrst.in mile I3;h ul'. witli -.t!xiii'n.i.!e jarade. Minute j:uns were fiid from il.p U.S. scl.o..:i cr run i urinL' tlie luneral rr:e.i:o- n.-s. J he prrc..-n cot.sisie.l "I the Galveston cavahy. t'.i- clergy. 1 supported t.y tlie Major i.d I ml. c- mid Michigan, and probably inConnccli tor. l'h sii im.s Contb!, roieiti I.e ' cut. New Jersey: Tenncss.ee and other .ilions, 'ic President of '1'cxn. of-jtUtes. (Dcm.) Union. liceis a'.id seamen the U. S. m:hooL-' . ..r I'lirt....

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 31 August 1844

from tha Wilkoskarre ( P..) Farmer 4. Jourua 1 James K. Folk. Every true democrat should gird on his armor for the commit in support of Mr. Polk, than whom, from his past life and conduct, there is not a puter and firmer putrioi. We may firmly rely upon his fidelity, and led a fixed assurance that the destinies -f the na tion will Le sale iu his hand. No greut and corrupt scheme of robbing the pej)le for the benefit of a profli gate aristocracy vi I be tolerated by him; but the people the iicjibli: AND ISPUSTRIOUS rKOPLK will be the peculiar object of hi care. He has secured no pension of .JCO.COO 01 $100,000 from the gt.at harlot for services in upholding ler corrupt practices, her vi' robberiev, and open, briberies. He has advocated no bankrupt law to rob the honest, and reward the heartless swindler. He has received no burnished coach from the haudtof those who live upon the poils obtained by wicked, unjust and corrupt legislation. lie has fought bo daels, nor instigated any one ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 September 1844

"UK COUHTRT AVI O t K COUNTKy's WEAL.' RY I. A EM TO K. IiOWIJ.('('REF.., PIKE COOTY, IT1ISSOIRI, SATURDAY, SI'J'T. 7, 1811. Vol. III. Ao. 11. TKRMSOF Pl'BIJrATIOX. Tmc Radical t issued cvp.tv Saturday morn ins, t S2,i0, if paid within six months and if pavment be longer delayed. Three Italian will he exirted. I "To a rbili of Three or more subscriber, (if paid in attrancr.) Two Pnllars. No paper diaconlinued until all arrearage. rn paid, except at Hie opi'ion of the F.ditor. 4 ;T Postmaster are authorized b law to fir. ward moncv to newspaper publisher., free of rliarje. All letters to the hditor, by mail must be post r.ir. Kates of At! vol ti til-;. TO cent! per srjunre nfl." line or !ef, fo the first insertion, and 35 cei l, for earh ;ib i-equent insertion. A reasnnnM deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per onal nature (when mimicsil'le,) will bo rharg. pd double the usual tales, and payable invaria tilv in advanee. XT For anno...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 September 1844

4- 'II I in ' a ; . ; '.-.!H n if ,-:t? -.9 i Mm I . ' A J, HI: (-IP ; 'Hi i I ! f T KI S A n 5 If'. A E,. UovrliiiK-Klcun,- .. 6eit. 7, IS 14 Yov Pre sic! f.it, OF TENNESSEE. -r Vice Prcsulrr.t, OF rEKNjVLVANIA. i:iectoral audi ,!:aeb. !. J A VPS S. CI: UN, ,.f l.rr. , I . . v. c. r j tfK;iiv, f ii i, : W. P. Al....,f l. !.;,. 4. W it.! I M Mli :t i :. t . .1. V. Ii.!.! VM V. JisNi ,. I V...i!. i, fi F. AN.MVN". . f f. I, , .... '. vvm.i . mm i.-n . f 't i tit. 23s" PUBLIC MLETlNCi. ' THE I)tu.( cr;.ts of l:ike C ni.lv, tic ""'-t e g. t c !tfuiM-n.is i i .rl. t.m-n. nes. lay" in.dl we r.'eiived t!ie adilrcss requettcd to meet at the Cttirt I louie, ! ''' ..iii.iti ..f vlsrilnn i- ai our olTri-sidei.t Tjler Jo his l'i iends, anm. tin in Bowliee Green, en the First x 1 ll!"'-c!uS 'ecJin. Our are.g!!. .... st be t ip his ui!!lllr,t.1v.d from the lVesiden- the text Circuit Court: ftr the j urpcte of crfcariaing A.r the apprcscl ii g No vsmfcer election. MANY DEMOCRATS. August 28:h, 184...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 September 1844

1&&,llTl.VeUil"htd i T " ilh f;rcat Britain; her fleet, and , the French troubles-the Portuguese . district 'i lie Future Policy of Texas. i , wncie; ncr innnv :....uuoii me quirrcl Let ween .ue- r The reaction, l.v the Unite.! S,, M'cu.e 1,11 l" 'I'1 :i certain In'met A!i and ii is former master the j , ..... ...... sena whiitli, by tho iin:).rtuniti-9i.rihe A- ,ipll,re j.I!l!r!1 ,; hi inivi'i uiu t.t, v. t; Ken duccd to tiegnii-itc-, leaves Texi Ira:a the Xaiinnnl v.. ....... ...,.....,. ri'iuuaiiru u, . H ITIi II .'. I .-, 4 .....I.- - I- . . ! "'i-n oniam; tier neeis a"", icncn irouDles the Portuguese . district. .111 t!ie requisites of the her anus are e ivnu I.... n l.r .Is. I revolution .1... 1 1 i. . n.rii .i r 1 ...... .ut4ct-iij .ii utvc ucen com plied with. All the leuuirements of I'.e, of the treat' of annexion 1 1 "lanii.iic n utieren m ; ""nas lends ol India the opium 1 u.e law, too, were satislied, except vnowsifi.it ii ni.it- : whole !iitorv of everv eastern ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 7 September 1844

3 ift y i HI i t ;M THE EXEMPLARY WIFE. O blest is ba whose arms endfold A consort virtuous as fair! Her pries is far above the gold That werdly spirits lore to share. On hert as on a beauteous ike, Amid life's dark and stormy sea, In all bis trouble, all his toil. He rests with deep aceurity. Even in the nig !it watch daik and lone. The dialafl'filla her busy hand; Her husband in tbo gates is known Among the elders of the land; Her household all doliglit to chare. The food and raiment th bestows. Even she with a parental care Regards tbeir wcakneee and their woes. fler pitying hand atipp'ios the poor. The widowed one, the orphan child. Like birds aesembled round her door. When sweeps tbo winter tempest wild. Her lips, with love and wisdom fraught. Drop, like Uie honeycomb, tlmir t-weeU,; The young are by her dictates taught. The mourner hrr condolence meets. Her lovely bates around her rice Fair scions of a holy stem; And deeply shall her bosom prize. The blessings f lie receives f...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 September 1844

'our covjinr akd own cobsht'i wm,' BY I. ARA1ZS. BO K EE: , PIKE COUATY, I?JISSrR2, SA.ZXRSAY, KEIT. 14, 18-14. Vol. IlITVo. 45. TKRi-HS OF Pl BI.!CATIO. 'he Radital if issued every S-aturdav tn T n . i llie KAnirAL if issuedeverv S-aturdav morn, inf. at S2.50, if paid within six months, and if payment he longer delayed. Three Dollar will be exacted. ' 11 1 ram. hi I nrco or more rutiscnl.era. (if paid in adranrr.) Tvo Pedlars. 1 x . i . 1 No paper discontinued until nil arrearage's are paid, except at the opiinti iif llie Kditor. Jj"poslina:te.rs are authorized hv law to fir. ward money to newspaper publisher?, free of riiarpe. All letters to the Frfitnr, l.y mail, must he toft r.un. Kates of Aclvertisiri---. 0 rent per snnnre of "i lines or less, fur the first insertion, and :$." rei t fur each sub. feent insertion. A reasonable deduction tliadc to those who advertise hv the venr. Communications or advert ii-einciil nf a jer eonal nature (when admissible,) w ill be eharp. rd doubl...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 September 1844

TBIIJ'K A KICAL. I Rowfing-fticcii,. DciKoci-alic :isiiiint:oii. For I'iisidcnt, JAMES K. FOLK, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice PrcsMriit. GEO. M. DALLAS, . OF rXEiV-YLVANIA. riectoral Candidates. Iit. 1 JAVKSS. GUKl:N.f 10, 2. C. F JACKSO.V...r II, . ,!, 3 W. P. II A IX. 4. W1JXIAM SiMKi.DS; ( IV.t s 5. WILLIAM C. JDM, , i Ne inn, G F. t'AXNOX. , f ( . (;.,,,!.. 7. u m.l. st i:!.i: ri i:. 01 h i 33 PUBLIC MEETING. 3 THE Democrats of Tike County, are -.:r J no'nand ,,e is r;Rh, ?a(1 t0 i,car) that Welborc, of Tike county, who was elec- Hc,nP 6S ,0 " Iie:it Pme ,ots' S53 '"Plaltsberg," "Ilambcrg," '-ritlsberg," ted two years ago, to vote against Col. CS a 70 cents inferior lots 45 a 50 -j.l'5 "Willir.msber"."' "Jfl!-ber"," or "SW- J'ei'ton. The recent vote in that conn- Corn 2S to 30 cents without sacks Oats . .," , r " 1 '"i-1 . tv is instruction enough, if Senator W. lfi a 17rcnts Bacon: hams 5 a 6c: sides &W2 i'"r' 88 te case may be, did not cross , Wra( d con U,!sl0 ' 1 cen ' ; L that...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 September 1844

I Ol'R CANDIDATE. .1 Southern Man with Northern. Principles. The New F.r.glanders have not rnly had ihe reputation of being an enterprising, l.ut a sober, moral and religious peoj.le; ir.lieritiny; in a pood degree the c.hniacteristirs ot the puritans, and their pilgrim fathers. Their fares have always been strone- y set against those de.'radin" vices. which hi-ve found favor in other r.t.i. . ces-such as horse racing, gambling.) l "ruij.ri;liu;e nnu aliening. They have, as a general thing, insist ed upon it, that their candidates lor diice, that their fervants in office, should Le men of good moral charac ter, men of peace, and such as the old men might ptaise, the middle aged r.iv.iaie. nnu iiteir youth look up to as : think proper to form an electoral lick exan.phs. Lxoepiii.ns have some-let. The Clav men united wild the times been made, but so seldom that i ami -masons on Wirt, who was deleat 1'iey prove rather than disprove ihisjcd by a majority of 24.267. rill"- I In New Yoi 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. — 14 September 1844

1 r3 hi 1 1 1 If sis POETRY. My Bleed. My ctced, my steed, my gallant steed, lie proudly steps do liglit, to free; i A swift ax eagle's flight Ins speed, j When lightly bounding o'er (lie let. With arching neck and flowing mano. Ilia linofs scarce touch the grassy plain. My noble aired, how bright liia rye! How startling ia his thrilling neigh, His head he losses to the sky. And like a deer he springs a'.vay. And when bis rider's voice he hears, lis points like feather'd darts itie ears. My ttecd, my steed, my prancing t-tecd. How gallantly be bears me on. Bounding each fence that skirts the mead, Onward wo dash 'till the gual is won. O'er hedge and bank away kg ipring, Swift as an asg'e on the ing. Cora. -'A Bad Choice. We cannot see hy a large portion ol the uoihl are to much mom anxious lo scent rood llian to l.c pod. It half the mis were taken lo puid the integrity . I the soul, to keep on iiood terms tiie conscience to preserve pure the inward motive, niid to be nprijit without...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 September 1844

"OCR COUNTRY AND OUK COIITIl'l WtU." RY 5. ADASS, COTCLEXG-CiRERtf, PJ!E COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SIIPT. 31, 1S44. Vol. 111. IV. 46. From the Democratic Union. Xerr DsmocraSicSna;, The Vo .tias Day. Air "The Wamiixs Dat." No clouds ntir CMii-e now overcast. Our nopp havo risen liigti. For wc hav ro'tticj a man nt las!, Whi.'.thlotv the conns v-!ili. With J.vm:: K. Poi.s of ' ennest-ee, Young Hit.korv, a they iv. We'll beat ilin (I.-riil ii'.iuinop. Upon the voting d.iy. 0 march, march, drjin, drum, Sf;..;it, thoiit. a'- ay, - Fr ai i he :"oV will go for Tou, Upon the Voting Dat. We now shull maUe a glo-inuis f'gl-.t. An the frd will siu-n r.VSirrr, With Trnili iin2 Jus:irp, Lur and Rigli, We'll ro.v liem up Sail Rarer. One f.ict the v, hijprsc u.'l t:i slake, One tru h they c .n't giinssy, Tliat Pcik the Ftakf, is si:rc to take, Upon till VOt'.rg So 'tis march, tmrrh, drum, drcm, M it'1, rvirrh mrir, For r.Il the f.!!5 w.H o for lYlS, Upon the V; t;no Tat. Old Harry CI ir, liin 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. — 21 September 1844

ll si iff m I THE K A E)3AL. How Iiug-; recti,-.. Sept. 'il, IS 14. " - l "'Ji- r N. , , IJcitioc-ratic TVoiiiitjat-oEi. For President, JAMES K. POLK, OF TENNF.SSF.K. For Vice President, GEO. M. DALLAS, OF PENNSYLVANIA. Electoral Candidates. Dit. I. JAMKS 3. GiJKF.N, ..f Ja--U Co . 2. c f j.irrPON-' ir.,ttrt, 3 W. P. HAM., of n.Klanen, 4. Wlf.LIAM ?:ii:.Mi::, of JVf, .r). WII.UA M C. J0F..' .f N. n, C. r.CAXXiiX.cf (Jir.inleaii, 7. U'M.L. Srni.KTTE, of Pt The .Meeting on .Monday. On Monday last, we had a meeting of the Democracy of this county, at the Court House. The prospects of the Democratic parly in this county, and throughout the State, were never better. Meetings are being held in every county in the State, to or ganize for the great contest in Novem ber. The meeting held on Monday, was well attended. The nomination of Polk and Dallas seems to have created a new feeling among Democrats here. Our confused and broken ranks seem to be closing up, and by November we shall be able...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 September 1844

Highly important news from the lie arrived in A in A!b;inv n!nut 5 o'c y.vfi u,S(llu.,uli i.,uc( ci.-...ii raiuriiiiv,iiinosUiorriI!o figure dance (Jackson co.) Expositor, of the X. y. Sun. lock 7th insu furnishes us the following news: Five men' arrived in our town this' Ma. Editor: Cor the Radical. Having seen in some democratic arcli on Friday, the 2oih ! :niC wlilLl mw cxicnJs the r I instant. Col. G. W. Thompson offer- i i,a:,J of iM-.therlio, ! to all r. pen 'ied tll I. .11.... J.. . . J i--lnriiin I, ;,..,.!.. - ...1 .. .. ...J. ... r t -.11. 1 " " m picu;;e. WMCll Was 1 kiviki.-j .uiu n- week, direct from Port Laramie. , "ic Lack numbers of v.mr mr mm- unnnm,,,,,,:,, .i.,B .. . U- ,.,.1 ...... i ... ...;..n.. .. i o .l rp, . r .i 1 . J 11 I ua' a,lu emnusiasitcaiiv ad- 1 hey Lnnjr ne ws l.oin the Oregon n-ut.ications suggesting the names of, Vted by the democracy: emigrants up to the 3d of A ugul.- different individuals, in connection with ihev inform lis t nl i ic last ol 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. — 21 September 1844

i e From ilie Tialte Arena I consider the kev of the country, for in?. 'Oh, il.e (hri oi, (for so they rds- Very Late and Interesting from every thins is raised above the full. Oregon. ! ()a!u.t .Mon l-iv '!,.' eo;l i.t Ilie We c.innot devote our edit trial I foils were ve.v niV.-Ii ::I:itnc.i bv the columns to a letter ptirpos? !l :s :v week. than ly "pciv-vi'.:: t:em -.r thp hijdv imctesiin: louer xtc .: "p- IP-'. lf li. fo'l" '1 iie i !'cr is n i rsi 0:"S of iv '-', n d ? iheir :-i ni'.ii' i vrv ;.!.-i u ii o i . I W ' : i "Hi' :i t IP "n i.-r I we'd ku.v.v exa erv-cd s- of strict veracity, strti: min nitd ; n,-t,s xxiil he uv.-i' tv t!j.-s- x l. as close sn observer tit nn s-nd nr.t-l;novv noti.u-.n; aho.it it. Ab-.i.t a ters os it has ever bei n our lit to j war :too compl -hit ivns in -1 J 1 know. The prrsei.t condition a:,dl)-. C. Wlii'c (Indi.in M.l-a'oni) '' prospects of the Oregon colony, are j this territory, I v a inuhiito m.in. nam- tir.L'i i-li usA are ".ml l cot 1". b...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 September 1844

CttlTIT ill CtIT'l Wlil," RY I. ADAMS. noWLnC-(iRrr, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPT. fSt 1844. Vol. I.I.--N. 47. M I Ti U V h. 3 Of the 21 Annkrrsar: of the Salt River Association of United Baptist. r lit. The introductory sermon was preached by Eld. David Hubbard, from the 4 ail verse ot the J4tn chapter oi the Gospel - i ill repentance and remission of sins should be beginning at Jerusalem." 3 i- v t? 2 o i 3 T3 O -t o e S s3 fci-? r ? ?E5 ? S 5 -B-5- I 1 2 8r r; s - -B 5 S3-' z ? ? 2 r f p i i r ? ijr 5 ?! - s5-''S B on a c a "5 t r 3 - : r s- tr t. r2?5;- Sloo oo.Eo w o. 2 2 2 it 1 oo aatoo" wa o o o - a . o w eooooo? -o oe or.oo .l0ooo .o o o o o o o o o fijoo oow-c -3e5- u w - a trig-- - " " 5 lo.o " - - a - - P. ! - i 1 1 1 tj 3! O C Ci "J c O - - -i. - JrSTi?-5?'! n :x r- -x y- . y M Sk--" ? F ? 5 H k. ?" "s f -1 - - - wlctwtx;y ic- tr. c o -i e o o 5 I c c c c c o c c o c -i lt. Elected William Biggs, Moderator, and Thomas T. Johnson, Clerk. 2d. Opened a door for the...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 September 1844

II '-.'6 ' St T 15 E Row Ilug-Krecn, Sept. IS t 2. For I'icsitleuJ, J ft. VA O i . f OF TF.NNH-srE. I'or Tree President, GEO. XL HALL A oim'j:.:ylvama. Electoral Candidates. Dit. 1. JAVT? (;;; ! v. ,.f ;., 2. T M . A.JIAI.!., ( I i!,,.,, I! V.'. P. Il.!..,.f !:, ! -: ... ( f lVt.-, j V.. W J I.I.t A ('. .!(l.i;:',of Ni-uliui G I'. CANNON. . f i . Ciriioli.ioi, T. VVM'. I., si r-.'.K i i T of : I :, RAI.LV, l,F.510CnATS CF flKi::: ?;,,A co!pjny , uj states Dra We sec ly the Tahnyra Cuiiritr, th.it : goons have been ordered Irein Fort At exlcnsivc prepiratiens are making hy ! Kinso:i, to Fort Snelliiui, lor the purpose our friends in Maricn. to eccui.iiiioclate ;irres;ing ti e party of Sioux Indians, lite tliousands 0 are exacted to he ' present at the Democratic Co:i t n:ii Hannibal, on Tuesday i:i.t. lie: , at :.to!i. rri'" JSowlin, Uoulass, a::d uianv other mincnt men of the j arlv will be there. This we state Iv authoritv. Co:ne. IV-' liontv. i o:ne. I de mocrats of Tike, you that...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 28 September 1844

rnent cn " .1 ,. . . f , I" ' "'' ster, 4. T .il 1 : . " 1 1 it II il Ulil'riST III T ' f. in :::e soil oti-v n 1 e :,' ..ve,I i r,.! ,., .il Rhode I.!.:nd. O : rlec'ivo finn'"!lip is so free, so t .-)!.. p.), so hcedlc,. lessly nii,-.o.-v. il,,t Ame. i'-atis ntv no nilers their ,,u n land. Hlio.i.. Island has 1;ha ii us tiie villus .if clocks n nil Psti;, iirs (Mi tliis liTi.t ii! voting " I hr lefresprit iiive shon'.J no! do ent.v J. C. A.l.Kiis. 'l rn:n t!s nitiirf.t1!" ii.fl.irm c ..f :i bt.uk will he alliiiJ i i t,e io.-.ia- v 11I v.c;n;ii, ,iaJ ii,,t to l!if .i 'm ;. liirv ..I iai:i;Lu'r; ; ; n.l ti ts is :ii.)-.e cs - tccia'iy t1 t c.-.fe x ith rS;. rtcrcl I an!;s. Ii ivin-sjifiit prnvcr. T'l.-'.itr l.:;:,k ., i:.e VSli:o.l S utiS was itt'-critiTiun.--Ko!.iLin !S-.i.l.. erst :iviii..r. - w..;i u.yit -i ni.Acics.Mrm it.;-!.;,! i., : ,,. ...J ., xx :, I'Al'- Aii.!: t . Itvivti .-. V,;,i u i rl, .-re sure tn ' i,:i" p. I. -,"i..r i i;o;?. to xoriiLM: iiy r r;:i. I'Lomi t i'. 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. — 28 September 1844

From Ibo Democratic Union. New Democratic Song, The To ting Day. Air "The Wa.uino Day." No cloadi oar esase now overcast. Our hopes hir risen high. For wo hsvs found a man at last. Who'll blow the coons sky-high. With James K. Polk of Tennessee, Young Hickory, a the; say. We'll beat the federal nominee. Upon the voting day. So 'tis march, march, drum, drum. Shout, shout, away. For all the folks will go for Pole, Upon the Voting Dat. We now shall make a glorious fight. As the feds will soon iukivtr. With Truth sad Justice, Law and Right, We'll row them up Salt Rirer. One fact the whiggiesesn't mistake. One truth they cant gainsay. That Polk the slake, is sure to take, Upon the roting day. So His march, march, drum, druir, March, march away. For all the folks will go for Polk, Upon the Vothw Dat. Old Harry Clay, the people say, Is sure to be defeated, They never can forget the way Old Hickory was cheated. All men can tell, where'er they dwell, In palace or in cottage, That Harry then,...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 October 1844

m. ft Of if f rt I 'OUX COtJTUT A ! OUK COtJIIT1! WEAL.' BY I. ARAMS. nourM-c-GESE-:r..'v, rtKE covatv, xisKotKi, Saturday, octorkr s, is44. Vol. III.--Xo. IS. TERMSOF Pl'KMrATIOX. Tn rcp-Al , i inederery Saturday morn- inf. l --J.oJ, it paid within six months and .feavmentb. longer delayed. Tli.ce Dollar, trill he exacted. " TTTo a elnl-of Three or more auhs-rihera. (if paid in nrfranr,,) Tn-o I-olIrs No paper diacontniuo until all arrearages .re paid, except at the o;vi..i.nrihe Editor. ITPoctinarter are miikirizrd hv law to fir. xvard mono to nexvfna,.er publisher, free, of elciree. All Inltera to I he Editor, by mail, tiviai be r.sT Paul nairs ui .iuiriiiin JO rente pr aniiarc of 15 linee or !, fur tho rtrvt. inaton, Bt 33 eer.tn for ftc.Y mo. seinrnt innortioi. A reasnimble drdnrtion tiia-Je to lhir w!m VfTtio bv 'lie yrhr. CoTim'init'rt'i.-ir!-' r silrriirmrnUnl'n ?r. nnnl mture i-!-,'1n acl'nisil'.1 i" Le c 'lroir- dotililo tlie usual rs'cs. and piyaMe o' aria b!y M ivanro. ,...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 5 October 1844

.i :t "si s '1 ft .4 .. .i ; - V s I.l -.'11 . Nil"" ji.iJ t:.i.s relieved of lis sad predicu- miu uiuu.'U.U-U i.d.l gldllUes o!4L-k .neiii.0 ngms: law or s..und morals. bwliD-(;ren,-... esi. i, .v. , . a msf.ion lo ar.r.er.iiiion, is i?uc Is fcvor. it is ttpcjmiu "PI arsjunn-r.t i: m P - T . ., ,w.c 111 . or is alreaov, one oi ice frranu" li.iv. fold U i- i-oiit:iLiiri1 at tide Oi jioe lentil on Tu-sd y last, hearing the !iimn iminil. With l ie lore tint ! ' ft- I t t t iii- i . . . t - ' i ii-ritr-f-r n:ta rrt ina ranm.J - me n.e'it, in.' toini.ir anveniure: ne p'"-:.v ... , -v.iUoi r h;iJ . "is VJ' ii "s '-'peni in punish. . o II t- iu c r a ( i c A m i u r t i o u ; , ,. ;m nrpi , ir.-in tn c-o to town for h;iJ "is v-i any, ;.na u ceent in Danish. ..r,!. rthe ch-eiion. Mr. C'..r2c baa: clothes. Thort part M the .to-. ''. .j.iro ;-r aeioytne .-em .,n hiit icsi-r.iaii..n m,l r,.r:iil-: rv is the fart thai the professor had ! ezl tnb.inoU c hie ..-.J.ashe has l.v recent u.t'itarr t...

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