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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 November 1844

11 it& k ! j .- r. DOl COIITIT AMI O ft CQtltlT1! W III. BY I. ADAMS. BOWIilXG-GREEff, PIKE COFXTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1844. Vol. IV. No. . Terms of the Radical. Tn Radical is ia.uel every Satorday morn ing, at 82,50, if paid within six month, and If payment be longer delayed, Thrae Dollars will be exacted. CTTo a club of Three or more subacribera, (if paid in adcanct.) Two Dollar. No paper discontinued ontil all arrearajee are paid. eSceptat the option of tho Editor. rrainiiiiiH are authorized by law to for. ward money to newspaper publisher, free of charpe. AH letters to the r-anor, oj n, moat be roar rio. Rates of Advertising. VAMiiiimrmiiin of 15 line or le. for the firrt insertion, and 35 cer.ta for eacr tab. raquent insertion. A reaeonable deduction made to thoae who adrertise by the year. Communication or adTertisement of a per. onal nature (whon admiaaible,) will be oharp. d donMa the nanal ratea, and payable invana b! in advance. "rr For announcing candida...

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 November 1844

() r v c -- - JBl.! I ,V ., i 'J JJ T II S U 1 !) IC A Bawlinz-Ureen, .... Xov. 16, IS 1-1. 2S"The Hon. Thomas H. Benton, and the Hon. G. M. Bower and lady, left St. Louis on the 8th, for Washington City. 23Thete is not a doubt but Missou- i has givt n an increased Democratic ma jo rity for Polk and Dallas. tVe thall publish the official vote as soon as it is ascertained. 2rSo far, Missouri, Pennsylvania, In diana and Illinois, have beyondall doubt, pone for Polk, and probably "Tennessee. Kentucky, Ohio, and probably Mary land, have gone for Clay. We shall hear from New York by Monday's mail; but if we get Tennessee and Virginia of which there is. from present Indications, but little doubt, we shall not be particu lar about New York. ' The census of Pike county jusf. taken, shows a white population of SD05, and a slave population of 2905; free blacks21, deaf and dumb 2; blind 8. Total population 11,831. We shall pub lish a table showing the population of the several townships in the...

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 November 1844

The Restoration of the Jews. The New York Sun contains trie follow ing sketch of an interesting disco jrse on the restoration of the Jews, deliv ered at the Tabernacle, on the 20th' j,y M 'j'r Noah, nud listened to with jMont attention by a crowded assem bly, composed of all religious denomi nations: lie made an appeal to this coun try to move first in favor of that im portant project gave a brief history ,n me jc isi ieujur, aim icicueu 10 the position of the Jews at the binh .f our Saviour, and entered into some interesting details of hi trial and con-; demnation. He referred to the phecies to show that the restoration of the Jews was distinctly promised and in iheir unconverted state look a view of the political condition of af-1 liirsin the e.is, and proposed a sim- pie plan for the commencement of that great work. Our limits will not enable us to do more th.in merely tlanre at the prominent features !' tl.'n diocourx-, whic h we presume will ie published. We have room, how - ev...

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 November 1844

PROSPECTUS OF Published in Bou ling-Green, Mo. We commenced the publication of " 1 h Radical" two years and a half since, and have continued its publication up to the present time constantly aiming to make it useful to our subscribers of each of the great political parties which divide and agitate our country presenting a variety of reading matter on all the leading topics of the day, that both Demo crats and Whigs might find something suited to their peculiar principles; avoid ing the more exciting partizan topics and opinions believing that such a course faithfully pursued, could not tail to meet the approbation of both parties. Indeed that course has been repeatedly applaud ed by the coolor heads and purer hearts, whether Whip- or Democratic. But the times are changed. A fairly conducted neutral paper no longer suits the parti zan spirit of a large portion of the com munity. And we now have the specta cle of a Whig newspaper in the town of Bowling Green, appealing to the spir it ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 16 November 1844

To the Voters of 'the Senatorial Dis trict composing the Counties of Halls and Pike: FELLOW-CITIZENS The frccuieu of Missouri at th last August elee'is having expressed their determination to hold a Convention for the pttrpass of ra modcling our Stale Constitution; the duly t.f making suitable selections anwt.g our citizens to effect this object, w ill soon devolve upon us. The deep impor tance of the task to be con Ji Jed to representative hands in that hotly the wis dom, experience and firmness required for framii.g an instrument under whieb we. and our posterity way live, demand that llie utmost i.aution should ! exercised in the selection of agents to carry out our will. Never tance the for mation of our existing constitution, has an election occurred which will invulvo interests more important to the future prosperity of our Stale. The political destiny, and future well-being of our citizen s may he in a jrreat measure depend ant upon the action of that Convention, and the same...

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 November 1844

0U CdtHTII A If i om coshiit'i WIl." BY I. ADAMS. BOWLlXft-GREEX, PIKE COUXTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1844. Tol. 1Y.--IY. 3. f . r t V Terms of the Radical. The Radical i iiied every Saturday morn ing, at $2,50, if paid within six montha, and if payment be longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. XTTo a club of Three nr more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued ontil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. CTPostmarters are authorized b law to for ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editor, by mail, must be rosr paid. Kate of Advertising. 70 conts per square of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion, ana ; cent, lor eacr rnn Mvient insertion. A reasonable deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Communications or advertisements of a per. i . ,i i : ..11 .u. lonii naiura imu u....'.mi'?w w ... ad doibl tns usual rates, and payable invaria. j o;y in aavance. IT For ann...

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 November 1844

--- - - - tluivlinw-rceu, Kor. 23, IS 1 I On Oils at Jefferson. :fj"We have received nothing of a o T . -. I ... f T "The who1 are few and rather hard to find, are exerting Uieir utmost' in defeat the election of these Hards. Mr. Hough, of Scott county, is their pro- j minent nan for Speaker, and Mr. Yeo- Airier from the JelTerson correspon. pui,e 13lh DivisioI1 M M. wM. G. thousand. Hurra for old "true penny ." j and If. L. Pcltibone, appointed seereta-i'" ''ir S':l!l - i"h:i-itcd bv an it)-j that we have seen, comes nearest to dent of the Mo. Republican, under date H4W WM elected Co,ont1 of lhe KENTCCKT " Tj. r, , ,v Jrv. The meeting being called to order, " i;n,i v-eai,1,-v l!"Sf'f P"T,e- ,nmJ-, T,'e labor-saving machines ofthe 15th. (Sunday,) intimates that C 18(h Regimcllt 8lul TllOMA9 DuBAR, gjJj j'it i. T ni, I O.lWtl.ead presented the fol-! iV -VUJ ? "Y.' 1- Vlk. -he are calculated ,o brirfs. the expense F.JacW.. oHIoward, will probably be r- , r , ...i i , u i coun,lts lN H...

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 November 1844

American Hemp. as now practised, as an incentive to! In our annual statement of the 1st crime. It has little of no effect up Septembei last, we took occasion to on the hardened in crime. The mur Advertto the rapidly increasing i.i;- Merer from passion may be affec.ed ,....UM u. ui u.c anu oevoiea as mucn space as we (hen had at command, to a notice of i s rise and progress. -Many points hov-fver, of interest, were necessari ly cutiitied, and as the season for pre paring another crop for market is tear at hand, it may net be amiss to fcfcr some suggestions in regard to the cleaning, packing, &c, au atten tion to which, would, we are jiersua ded, tend to the advantage .of both producer and consumer, and advance iua more rspid ratio, the incentives to increased to cultivation. For a Jong period, and until within the last two or three years., nearly the whole crop of the pt was devoted to the manufacture of cotton bagging and tale rope, in the production of which articles no vtr.y r...

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 November 1844

"TOUCH S GENTLY.. TIME" Br BAHBV COItNWSIX. This bcautifu! prayer must have been breath ed from Dairy Cornwall's heart, while sitting it iiia quiet Gte-side, looking to tho face of liia sweet wife, and racking the cradle of his "goldeo-tressed Adelaide.? Tonch ua gently. Time: Let ua glide down thy stream Gently as ire sometimes glide Through a quiet dream! Humble voyajer are we, Husband, wife, end children three: One ia lost an angel fled To the azure overhead! Tnuch ua gently. Time: We've not proud nor soaring wings; Our ambition, our content, Lies in little things. Humble royagera are we, O'er life'a dim, unsounded sea, Seeking only seme calm clime: Touch ua gently, gentle Time! Buttles on the. Sabbath. The anni versary of Waterloo, which result ed in the downfall of Napoleon, was commemorated with the usual pomp and splendor, at Apsley House, the residence of the Dokenf Wellington, on the 18th of June. The "hero of tin hundred buttles," the Duke of Wellington, entertained in pri...

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 November 1844

til CODITIT i on oentit'i Will," RY I. ADAMS. BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, HIISSOIJBI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1844. Vol. 1Y.-N0. 4. Terms of the Itadical. Th Radical la issued every Saturday morD in;, at 82,50, if paid within six months, and "if pavmpnt be Ion far delayed, Threa Dollara will be exacted. ITTo a club of Three or more aubacribera, (if paid in aiptncr,) Two Dollara. No paper diacontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. rrPoatmarters are authorized by law to for. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of eharpe. All lettnra to the Editor, by man, must be roT rain. Kates of Advertising. TO cents per sqnare of 15 linea or less, for the firat insertion, and Si cents lor escr sun. aeqnent inaertion. A reasonable deduction made to thoae who advertise by the year. Communiratione or advertisements of a per. onal nature (when admiaaible.) will be chart ed double the uaual ratea, and payable invaria ble in advance. XT For announcing candidates,...

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 November 1844

9 ance from among .them; and to this end I invite your attention to the subject, and respectfully recommend a memorial to Congress proposing ,-- the donation by the general govern- i" ment of the whole, or such part of these lands, as may be proper, to the counties in which they are situated, upon condition that these counties will undertake to drain the lands thus donated. Such a measure would greatly increase the value of the ad jacent public lands facilitate the in tercourse between the citizens of that region of the State afford a fund whereby these swamps may be drained, and render a healthy coun try capable of supporting a dense pop ulation. The last Legislature passed a me morial to Congress on the subject of providing tor tne detence ol the wes tern frontier ef our State, by furnish ing mounted dragoons as the most effi cient force that could be employed against the Indians on our border. 1 congratulate you on the fact that, at the last session of Congress, an act was passed...

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 November 1844

THE RADICAL, Bowling-Green,. Not. 30, IS I I. The Governor's Message. The great length of the Governor's Message necessarily excludes much other matter, and denies us space to notice even its leading features. It is a plain, sensible document, and is highly creditably to its author, Its leading recommendations are in consonance with the grat questions i of internal policy upon which our State election turned. Thanksgiving Day. This day, set apart by the Governor of this State, as a day of Thanksgiving, was observed by our citizens generally, by appropriate religious ceremonies. And we have sel dom listened to a more interesting dis course than the one delivered on this occasion, by the Rev. Jacob La sirs, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. JJ-Tle Illumination, on Monday night, passed off well. Every dwelling in town, occupied by a Democrat, was illuminated. There was a goodly number in from the couutry, notwithstanding the severity of weather, to witness the tru Jy grand and novel s...

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 November 1844

Heerets, M THOMAS BATHES SATLEV. Ti pail! yes her own lip have spoken The sentence that bid me to part; The tow that tbey pledged she has broken. And with it another food heart; Yet. though ehe whom I trusted o freely, IIa Hindered lovet holiest tie; The visions I cherished so dearly, Will lire in this heart till I die! Had I lored her lese fondly less truly. Or given her caoae for regret. Had I been of her notice unworthy, We Lad parted, perhaps, is we met; Jlut her own goilty conscience will tell ber, My vows could not evil impart; Every look, every word that I gave bar. Sprang warn from its oeat in the heart! Oh! who shall eall woman's lave lasting, Since thus she aan canoel kit vowat The pangs of the heart he is blasting In ber no pity can arouse! Then shun, era loo lata, her soft glances, Avoid, while you way, the soft lure; And, believe meif her Jove is thy riches. Thou hadst better, far better be poor! An animated Warming Pan. We can't telljwhere the following comes from, we ...

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 December 1844

-w "OPK CODICf T tP 0 0 Otmir'l WAS,." BY I. ADAMS. BOWLl!-CREE!, PIKE COUXTY. MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEITIRKR 7, 1844. From lie Philadelphia PuUie Ledirrr Thc Radical is issued every Saturday m.rn Prospective (Grandeur of Afue- ing, at $3,50, if paid within six months, and flCa, wm,br:Med,0n5erde,aye'1,Three Do,iar' Th" future P"Pulation, renpih. TTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, , ""sources ot this country have (if paid in advance.) Two Dollars, j I'0!1 subjects of Speculation Willi Sta- No piper discontinued until all arrearage; ticians und poets. Calculation and are paid, except at tlie option ofthe Editor. I , I,., .., . i ITPo.lm6terS.rn.horizedbvl.wtor0rJv,,1fjS, U ,mv? no b, een MDB lo ward monavtn newspaper publishers, frfe of ; determine nr loresliado W its destiny. cnargc mi itinera 10 me bQHor, oy mill, " nciuici me vne nor me other HI must be tost f aid the evil of irnorance and unstp. nnd displays a sublime economy in i operaiinns. Machineiv, with irge nious for...

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 December 1844

i" j 1 . l .. T II 13 l v n I C 1 L ilo?ins-Greru ... Iec. 1, 1811 23 The Editor, from sickness, has been tumble to attend lo his duties this week. 3 "A True Blue Washingtonian" shall apjipar next week. The Bev. Mr. Wilber, will preach atja" nPlropriation by the preset Assem- the Academy to-morrow at 1 1 o'clock. h' but 1 clin,,ot a,'d wiU not bellcve . that the representatives of the young jO3" Attention is called to a card in and thriving State of Missouri, will suf- lo day's paper from Geo.W. Bi'ckkeri fer the only State institution to linger n relation lo certain remarks deliverd j by 'him at the Court House on the even ing of the illumination. Though he has been represented to say many harsh things of our Whig friends, yet we heard nothing of the kind. He spoke with particular reference to those who claimed all the intelligence and decency of the land f r the Whig. He repelled the chajge that the Democ racy of the country were made up of the ignorant and uniuformed, and that we...

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 December 1844

The University of the State ok. Missouri. Some davs since, when, condensing for publication the Gov- ernors Message we cut out that por-. tion referring to the University, as de- sn vinsi from its character and impor- ,.n, e a special paragraph. Tne clip- ,,.ng was m.sh.td, an.l has jus chaftc-; ed under our eve. ; The Message represents this insti tution'as heinj ut the present time in a condition fju'ne deplorable if not disgraceful to the State, on w hose en dowments it relies for support. Ti e State, it seems, some time since, in vested, for the benefit of thi Institu tion, ir the Hank of the State of .Mis nouii iiC?5.C('S, and for this sum the Commonwealth is ahne iudebied, un der tunnpact to the Generai Govern ment. In December, 18 12. the liunk declared a diMdend olf. nee per r.rnt. Ion Saturday, December the 14th, at ,.n the capital stock p:.id in, and itjWIlic brothers Andrew Monroe. Ja 1ms declared no du idend s.nce. Judg-; cob j,,; an(J j . Cotton ... Lc ma troii; the exp...

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 December 1844

A Mothen 8mil. iiLt CAirtirrt it. There ere cloudf thttmust o'enhade ui There ere grief that ell inuit know There are eorrowa that hire made u Feel the tide or human woe; But the deepest darkeet sorrow. Though it sere the heart awhile, Hope's cheering ray may borrow Frem a. mother's welcome smile! There are day in youth that greet ae With ray too bright to last There are the carta of age to greet ne, When those sunny daya are past; But the past scene hover o'er us. And give back the heart awhile, All that memory can restore ne In e mother's welcome smile! There ere scenee and sonny places On which mem'ry lovee to dwell There are many happy faces Who have known end loved us well; Bui 'mid joy or 'mid dejection, ' There is nothing cen beguile. That can ahow the fond affection Of a mother's welcome emilr! T Country Printers A single man, an unincumbered Journeyman Printer, (except by a trifle he ows his landlady and small sum to the washerwoman who ope rated on a shirt he happened to h...

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 December 1844

a 14 Our Country, and Our Covntry$ Weal." nv I. AD.VTCS. IIOWrLG-GREE., PIKE COILTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, BECE.TIRKR 14, 1844. Tel. IT.--N. 6. Terms of the Radical. Tn Radical is imiied every Saturday mor" in;, at "2,50, if paid within six months, and f payment be longer delayed, Three Dollars will be exae'ed. ItTTo a club of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in adrancr,) Two lollars. No piper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Kditnr. fTPostmasters are authorized bv law to fnr. ward money to newspaper publishers, free of charge. All letters to the Editor, by mail must bo rosT faiii. Rates of Advertising. cents per squaro of 15 lines or less, for the first insertion, and !!." cent" for eact sob - - . v. i j , . : CRlinni inSRrilon. n ii-nniiiiiiiMn i-miii;iipii . I. . H..n ailiiiirlia. li it fl.A 't,nr I lliiua m v uun . u .................. j ... . I I it- . Communi.-alions or advertisements of a per- Selves, tlie pulilIC t'tiicei's, ami tlie a...

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 December 1844

land, let that attempt or threat ema-j except that r.e;ir completion, lie rot nate from whatever source it may. ting, mouldering and useless, bring The resistance of a State law is j ing no revenue to the State, nnd ren nullification of the worst character. I dering no profit to the peop'e. We It is the nullification of a law, where j should learn wisdom from the experi we have a tril-unal to decide upon its; merits of others, and avoid their er- constitutionality, and without an ap- r.eal lo that tribunal: or it is the nulli- i- .. r r. -.11 J fieation of a law after it has been de eided to be constitutional. It is an open resistance to all social order, foriue which there can be no justification; and it is the spirit of mobocracy in it blackest character a spirit that should not be countenanced. The subject of Internal Improve ment is one of .growing interest a mong our questions of State policy. On this subject a great diversity ol opinion hs heretofore existed; but experiment!, ...

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 December 1844

THE EtADICAL. Bon Iin5-Grecn- . Dec. 14, IS 1 1 - - -r '- Shannon, our Minister to Mexico, and The Pbesidext's Messwf.. We lhe Mexicau M;nifctcr of Foreign Af rcccived the Message of the President growing out of a correspondence on Wednesday last, but having already ;n rdatio to the alinexation of Texas to in band the Inaugural Address of Gov.', tt Sti.tr.. nA th rnntemnlated in- lwards, it was iiopoisihle tor us to lay the Message before our reader to-day It will appear however in our next nuni-; ber. Our internal afLirs are represent-; ed as being in a most prosporous con- j dition. The present condition of the j Treasury is shown by the following ex-; tract lrom me message: ; After the payment of upward oi - - 000,000, on accouut ot tliu interest, and , . . . in redemption of more than .$3,000,000 , H of our Presidential election is known of the public- debt, which fails due on j to be adverse to the wishes and expec tlie first of Jrmuaiy next, and setting a-, tatiuns of Mexico, ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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