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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 14 December 1844

" PROSPECTUS OF Published in Biling-Grecn, Mj. commenced the 14TI. D.i' r niihlimfinn no rvauicai two years and a half since and have continued its rmhlieatinn nr. in the present time pnnstnniln .imir, t make it uaeful r n, ...kiL." Lr 1. ... . , HtmiliK I ' o. the great politwal parties which divide sua. agitate our country presenting a 1 Tanety of reading matter on nit the; leading topic of the day, that both Demo- i ... y' STOU U CBfll wats and Whigs might find something suited to their peculiar principle?; avoid- ing the more exciting partizan topics and opinions-believing that such a course faithfi.llv n,.r.,nA ..U ... "ill J r. V 1 ,u" u ",lel;o ""' accommodation for one hundred the approbation of both panics. I,wd ! students. that course has been repeatedly applaud-1 The cpiirf .,,l0 r;gl(eerl mie, 1 "1, i.kotSrl,nr "Au and purer hearts, ! rom Mississippi Riypr, )i one 01 the whether Whig or Democratic. But the ' DrBi''l . rfiie and healthy section nmes re cnanged. A fairly c...

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 December 1844

"Our Couniry, Our C0mtry't WtalS CV I. ADAMS. IIOWMXG-CillEEN, PIKE COUNTY, IWISSOI RIATIKDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1844. Vol. IV. N. 7. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. To Me &nae nJ llovst of Rytrutnlatiixs vf tht United Statu: We hae continue J cause for expressing our gratitude to the Supreme Ruler of the Universe for the benefits and blessings which ur country, under hi kind Providence, hat enjoyed during the past year. 'Notwithstanding the ex citing scenes through which we have passed, nothing has occurred to disturb the general peace, or to derange the har mony of our political system. The great moral spectacle his been exhibited of a nation, approximating in number te nnn nnn i ..1- I.....: e i : - A j,uw,vuu vm k:uiic, mg periormeu we uigit iuu j:n- , portnnt function of electing their Chief Magistrate for tfe tefinoffour years, without the commission of any aTcts of violence, orthe manifestation of a spirit of insubordination Jio the laws. The great and iocs imable right of suffrage, ha "b...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 21 December 1844

T II V. It A D I C A L. rr : : ....Dec. 21, IS 11. Uowllns-Kree n ; ' rrrw S-There will be no paper issued fnm this office, Text week, SRev. Mr. Wild, will preach at the Academy, in this village, to-roor row, at 1 1 o'clock, The proposed amendment to the Con stitution, limiting the judicial tenure, &c., came upon the 11 ill in the Senate, and yas passed by that body, without much opposition. The amendment is divided into three teetion the fint of which abolishes the preient provision of the Constitu tion upon the subject; the second vacates all the Supreme and Circuit Court judpe ahips, on the first of January; and the third limit s the tenure of the former to ten years, and thai of the latter to tix years, thereafter. Kew Vork L S. Seicatoks. We ilated last week, upon the authority of the N. York Journal of Commerce, the appointment ol Messrs. Marcy and Sa vage, as United States Senators for that State. It seems however, th.it the pa. per from which our iufotmntion was de. rive...

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 December 1844

Polk. Clat. 450 294 ! 921 378 ! 163 175 I 478 142 j 307 206 I 664 U52 C02 HJiO 1162 5)9 212 129 793 940 247 70 014 518 311 242 C02 371 219 225 552 70'5 1122 413 7S3 i'01 367 237 Cl0 255 I 446 255 20H 55 796 36 326 71 817 351 365 256 2S3 2S?0 37S 15 969 1013 852 614 189 107 511 367 .676 20 103 3S0 (6S3 578 494 369 351 198 457 327 399 1S3 723 1017 369 7 1 578 792 22 359 544 262 208 29S j93 189 345 76 434 120 1386 I'OO 319 223 S09 861 636 273 326 6 322 422 571 596 734 599 266 31 503 40 342 177 245 193 3329 309 44 591 442 317 ISO 25 271 57 209 24 1 323 115 297 35 44S 257 f(SS 613 36G 'i 486 97 39,731 29,5"0 Missouri Election Official. Prtridential Election 1844. Adair, Ai drew, Audrain, Barry, Bate, llenton, Boone, Buchanan, Caldwell, Callaway, Camden, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Chariton, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Cole, Cooper, Crawford, Dade, J)ivie, Decatur, 1'xanklin, Uavconade, Greene, Grundy, Henry, Holt, Howard, Jackson, Jasper, Jeficrson, Johnson, Lafayette, Lewis, Lincoln, Linn, Livin...

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 December 1844

their consideration. By the treaty itself, all collateral and incidental issues, which were calculated to divide and dis tract the public councils, were carefully avoided. These were left to the wisdom of the future to determine. It pre sented, I repeat, the issolated question of annexation; and that in that form it lias been submitted to the ordeal of pub lic sentiment. A controlling majority, of the people, and a large m.ijority of the slates, have declared in favor of im mediate annexation. Instructions have thus come to both branches of congress, front their respective constituents, ia terms the most emphatic. It is the will of both the people and the states, that Tesas shall be annexed to the union, promptly and immediately. It may be honed that in carrying into execution the public will, thus declared, all collateral issues may be avoided. i uture legislatures can best decide as to the number of states which should be formed out of the territory, when the time has arrived for ...

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 January 1845

1 - ...... . . " ... , ; . - . . -; -. "v f? v'T tile flUlkd. Hv Our Country, and Our Ca.rjr' Wtmt.- nv i. ad ah s. BOWLIXG-GREEIY, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1844. Vol. IY.-Xo. 8. Term ot lhe Radical. T Radical in iaaued every Saturday jnern iaf , at $2,50, if paid within iii month, end if ptTitaotbe longer deleted, Three Dolltre will be exacted. SXTo a club of Three or more eubecribere, (if paid in adranet.) Two Dollars. No paper diecentiuued ontil all arrearagee re paid, eaceptat the option eflbe Editor. JTPoetmntere are authorized br law to for. ward money to newepaper publiehera. free of barge. AM lettere to the Editor, by mail, uiaet be roir rt. Rates of Advertisiaa;. TO eenta per aquare of 15 line or Icae, for t i A reasonable deduct! tnide to thoae who adrcrtiao by the year, Communications or advertisement of a per. .on.ln?tur.(wh0n .m..sm,e , t.t. in nee CT fW announcing candidates, fj2 oaeh, (Jor far superior to those of the Other tavarinbly in adnce. star...

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 January 1845

THE RADICAL. r Bovrling-Green,.... . Jaa. 4, 1844. Dm.' W.I..08K sd tbs 'Tx Law." , It u compliment lot high char Th Journal took accakion a week or .cteJ. mi quaiificatioDS of Col. Rich two .c, to make some comments upon mond of Marion. The speech alluded Senator Welborn's opposition to a hasty tJ WM raa(e during Ae pendency ot th and unconditional repeal of the "Tax , Texag resoiutions we believe: Law," and told its readers to "stick aj tiQoh Rici1Inon( of Marion, spoke pin there." Well, that is just what ev : vesterdaVt and j am safe in saying that ery ir.end ot me doctor Gesire,-ne yotea against tne repeal-Messrs. .Diggs , heard . the caphaU Hc is an and Porter voted for it. Now let us . oratorand ,he first in the west. His examin. the matter a little and see language is chaste and ciassical and a where ths sencure should fall: A bill brilIiant imagination, chastened and re Kal jutrpced in,Je House for the iro- gned by an ediicalion of no ordinary mediate and unconditional repea...

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 January 1845

Mr. Adams rose to get tbe floor, tut the Speaker gave :t to Mr Payne, of Alabama, who also made a resu lar speech upon the merits of the Ta riff. Mr. Payne denied that any one of his party were in favor of free trade. They went for a revenue ta riff andwere in favor of a rale of dit ty equal to thirty per cent, and no norc. This was ample protection t'ir ail, and all beyond this was ex vess. It was enough for any lut those Aho were the friends of usr-oci uted wealth. Mr. Ilammettof Mississippi moved to lay the whole subject upon the ta ble. Mr. J. Ingeroll hoped not. after the debate which h:-d been had by gentlemen upon the oherside. Mr. Adams thought the bill shmld rereive the same courteous treat ment which had been nlowcd to the bill which proposed to bring down the duties on n-tton bagging and gunny cloth. This bill li:id been re ' . j i r i ... .1... n : tee of the whole. The motion to lay on the tuble pre Mr. Duncan pave notice of bis in tention to biing in a resolution in op...

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 January 1845

t PROSPECTUS OF , Puhlishid in Boieting-Grten, Mo. We commenced the publication of "Tho Radical" two year and a half since, Bd hare Continued its nublicalion ttO to the present tin. aonstantlv aiming to i T, "Z t th,u,": ooi .,, tflWll.hip ,chmll f,,,,,!,, ctai,,,, njainst BU;i1,pflln.l,r;V.f Lk t ollene of l.earmnjr tor the Eilu. -almn he . nunH , pnuier, count aAce Slc fXVLVVU- 1 ? Cnb"0f..e"h f ynthinVir.,)eH,,d Science . I h,. act .,., allowance of demand, a pf the (Treat political parties which divide f ,he Legislninre by the Grand l..rijre, tmim.t , hllc .! an .uBal 'el an', agitate our country presenting a; at Ihe annual convocation in October, l-4:. tleu.eiit. TmaaDAVi and FamAm, tpiin- arieiy OJ reading matter on all "the leading tonic of the day, that both Demo crat and vVMo-a anicrllt find aronolliiiifr oitw t t r.5r-M-,l.!;. ..:T... - ... V. r. ". . tr. tunlve miles from Palmy, containim inrr the mure eTCllinw narllT-jn t.nir onrl I ' . J omniums: k i 6,l V r I epmions 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. — 11 January 1845

"Our Country, -nd Our CeIjf't Weal. ore RY I. ADAMS. I Ttrms of tne umucaa. Tc rdical i i" J -v. .,, km v lft wn m w nair i jfWVrt'ta'taP' d.Ly.d, Three P.lUr. .1 fl if Wkm'tA m limn in ra.iM , - Vill be exacieo. . .. ry-To elob .f Threo or more subscriber rit paiu .n - , .11 .rreinte. Ma na Mr o ICOUiiUucu mi.... -i id ieptt theopiion ofihe Wiior. trPootmaster. are authorize oj " -rptintrn'''rixeii byuw i"'r-i ward monevto newapap.r V""" ' " ., pharge. All letter lo me -J nml be ro.T paid. Rates or Adyertisinf. TO 1 cent per .quire of 15 line, or lew. rb r.t in.ertion. and S eent. for er .ob. the fir.t . n I .najtrlinn a roa.onanie aiucu. aaaae to those j -y Com." or ,,m'. I !' 1 danlile the u.ual rts, and payable invana b'.r in dance. - , CT F announcing candidates, eecn, IBT.riably in advance. n-Mn rti.ement. (eicept for yearly adver limre.) should in mil c.ee. he accompanied by written direction., a. to the number f "" line.: irnot, they wilt be published till forbid, and paymen...

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 January 1845

'i II K KADI C A L. I 5. This district is composod of the The Palmyra paper announce the, turing, in ihe hall of the Medical In-1 The reoeipts into the treasury the .-"s-xorr: - 'counties cf St. Louis, Jefferson. St. death of Isaac H., non of TntoDom ! stitu'eon the diseases produced by first fiscal vear, ending 30th Septem .vlln.CJrccn,...Jan. II, !SUJ Francois, St e. Genexieve, Perry, Madi- J0KES, bq , from lucMaW) proceeding! intemperance. The ba!! tb.ould he j ber, 1843,'omounted to $222,663 44: ;---.- ifMiO preach Mown to-aor iun, wuior- The Rev. 11. Lajcics til the Academy, in thi row. rt 11 o'clock. itao s. i ne several billa tfct k... . ..... imo v-onpress for the started at Jefferson City. - It is a neatly!'"" der,.-V . henever an out .CrtaWu,ent of more moderate rates of ; printrf 8nect, Bnd onld ;t steadil break happens in any r the western IVgeull look toa great reductbn ofne the conrse it h marked out ntes. bv w nch hew .s set nt de- an prcf-em rales, atl(I A Considerab...

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 January 1845

. Si Mourl Legislature. - Cerreepoaa'ence of the Reporter. JzrrERSox Citt, Dec. 31. After a lapse of more than a wee!;, I? member of the Senate nppeared in thrir seat- yesterday evening, thus constituting quorum to do business. Considerable business was transact ed, but principally of a local charac ter. Air. Polk gave notice ofhisintcn tin to introduce a bill to repeal the Bank Charter, by the consent of the private stockholdrs. The bill to provide for the call of a Convention was read n second time And pawed over for the present. ' Tha House bill to repeal the land tax law. whii:h had been sent from the Senate with an amendment, tans taken up and laid upon the table In the House, je.terdty nnd to day, a strong effort was made to got h quorum, but only 4 1 members could be mustered. Tiius more than a week fits pnsed, md more thnn $4,000 of the people's money has been spent, without performing any legislative duties as an equivalent. Tlrnt the members, or those of them who live ne i...

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 January 1845

PROSPECTUS OF Published in Buuling-Gret.n, Mj We COfhmenccJ the publication of "The Radical" two 3 ears and a half since, and have continued its publication up to .1 . .- i i,i.. ;mlr, in the present tune tonstanlly aiming . ' . . . i f l make it useful to our subscnliers of each of the great political parties which divide and agitate our country presenting a variety of reading matter on all the Jeadniff tonics ol the day, l"at uolli uemo- . crats and Whigs might find omelhing ! suiter! to liipir nppuliar nrincil.leslavoid- 1 th. mm. ov.Mlinrr tA.irHTan tunics and i opinions l)elieving that such a course faithfully pursued, could not fait .o meet the approbation of both parties. Indeed that course has been repeatedly applaud ed by the coolor heads and purer hearts, whether Whig or Democratic. But the times are changed. A fairly conducted Vicutral paper no longer suits the partj zan spirit of a large portion of the com munity. And we now have the specta cle of a Whig newspaper in the...

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 January 1845

aejes " Our Country, and Our Country's Wtal BY I. ADAMS. IZOWLIKti-CKEEa', PIKE COl.VFY, HISSOUXU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1844. Vol? IT. X. 10. n1 i - Terms of the Radical. Thk Roicai8 issued every Saturdav mern ing, at 2,50, if within six months, ai d if piyinentbe longer delayed, Three Dollar will be exacted. irs-To a eluh of Three or mora subscriber. (if paid in advance,) Two Hollar. No paper discontinued nntil all arrraragei are paid, except at the op' ion of the Editor. jyPoatmastarii are authorized lvlaw to for. ward money to newapapfr publisher, free of charge. All letters to the Editor, bj u.ail, . muat o roT taiu. Rates of Advertising. TO centa per square of 15 lines or less, fr - the first insertion, and 35 cents for eacV snh. sequent insertion. A reaaonnMo deduction made to those who advertise hy tlie year. sTnasl tiafcira (when admiaaiblej "ill be rhars;. I do'jhls the usual ratta, and payable invarii. bly in sdvance. For announcing candidal!, $2 each, variably in advance...

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 January 1845

THE RADICAL. Bo-nling-CSreeu, Jan. IS, iSlf. The "Missorw Jockxal"' Apol ogy to. Mb. BlAMERHASSETT, &.C. Those of our reader who Lave seen .the "Missouri Journal" of the 4th inst., will doubtless remember an artie'e which .appeared iu that sheet, iinjilicatini; II. 15. Blanhebhissett. a distinguished lawyer and politician of St. Louip, with certain band of counterfeiters recently detected iu Lincoln county. The ap pearance of that gentleman in our town on Monday last in connection w ilh the publication of so reprehensible an arti cle, has given occasion to no little com ment upon the course' of the now distin guished editor of the Journal. A feel ing of astonishment, amounting to indig nation, was visible in every counte nance upon the appearance of that print, nd a general expression of surprise was ate the name of one ot our most distin guished men in the columns of a public journal, witti those of confessed villains, upon the mere floating rumors of the day was certainly well...

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 January 1845

' "Our Country, and Our Country' "".... BY!. ADAMS. f nOWLI-REE4, PIKE COU.VTY, MISSOURI, SA?UKDAY,ftANUARY 25,:1843. Vol. IV.--Io. 1 1 v Terws of the Radical. Tu Radical i issued every Saturday morn ing, at f-2,50, if paid within six months, and if payment bs longer delayed. Three Dollars will be exacted. CTTo a club of Three or more eabscribcrs, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrcaragos .;j AVrnl l the ontion of the Editor. XT Postmasters are authorised by law to for. ward monoy to newspaper publishers, free of ..ihlishers, tree 01 charge. All letter, to the r.a.lor, oy m... must be tost ri. rkVfofilVr' - iSfil Vsreasonable deduction ine n made tomo wi"" -j j---. Coramnnieations or advertisements of Per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be churg- J double the usual rates, and payable invaria nt in adva.ee. por announcing; csnuiuaiuB, s inv "ffi 1 :rs.l should in alt cases be accompanied by written dirsctions. ..to the number of .nser. Hon" if...

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 January 1845

I will hope and trail in Heaven. Nancy, Naney; Strength to We it will be e'lYen, Mjr epoo" Nancy. Wife. WeJ4 then from tbe ailent dead SUM I'll strive to daunt y, jlnd around your midnight bed ' Horrid eprights shall haunt yt, Huihand. I'll wed another, like my dear Nancy Nancy, Then all will fly for far. My spouse Nancy, Robert Burns. A "GRAVE JOKE." In one cf the beautiful towns of Connecticut, lives a good natured fel low whom we shall call Jake. Now Jake was a hatter by trade; he was also the village grave digger, and a toper. He had frequently been ask ed to sign the pledge, which he had t r i.- i r i positively reiusea 10 ao. une aay as he went to dig a grave for one who had just died, during his labors he plied trie bottle so lreely, that by the-time he had finished he was con siderably more than "half gone." He looked at the grave and it struck smalt He looked around lor his rule but it was no where to be found and there was no time to go home for another. It would be very a...

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 January 1845

H"ith this niiin-bftr of tlielUdicalA! -my connecuon with Uie establishment ceases. The publication of the paper will be continued by Messrs. Murray and Pickens Nearly three ears have elapsed since I took charge of the estuLli.-hniciil; and though I have made some pecuniary sac- rifices, I feel a pleasure in being able to' ay tliat I have been governed at all times t)y a sense of right, regardless of the favour of UUy. I am aware thut in i er - suing thi couia, I huve made enemies of a few who think thev have the rii.ht ivi;duiiui iiiir iviii 1,1 i ii- r if i,f ,, re . "J ii'lenus, llu.se Who have kmc- - Jy extended to me their patronape and support, I return my sincere thanks, Those subscribers who have psid in advance for the P.adical, will be furnished the paper by my successors! to the full amount of their advance pay ments. I. ADAMS. M3" The Editor of the Journal has been in a devil of a stew for several weeks past, lie loses his equanimity w hen any allusion is made to him or ...

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 January 1845

my i nrvTuus one, It is thought, from present indications that the number will not fall short of. 3000 souls. PorctATios or Missoubi. Uy the the last census, the population of Mis souri is show n to be 51 1 ,9'37. The to tal number of Slaves in the State is 70, 300; the number of deaf and dumb, 165; number of blind, 111. The popu lation of St. Louis, is 3-1,1-10. Hanni bal the next lagest town, Las a popula tion of 1 ,789; Boonville, the third, has 1,670. Nebraska Tcbbitouy. The follow ing are the boundaries of the sew terri tory contemplated by Mr. Douglass' bill, now before Congress. It compri ses all of our undisputed territory on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains: Commencing at the junction of the Kan a with the Missouri river, thence fol lowing the channel of the Missouri to its confluence with Quicourt, thence up the latter river to the 49th degree of north latitude; thence due west to the summit of the grand chain of the Rocky Mountains, thence due south to the 42d deg...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 25 January 1845

Mesmerism. I Mesmerism,-or Animal Magnetism again "on the rise." Miss Harris ' t Maktineau has become a convert, i rj.. ... w.ll.l.VlUlllC I Mil OH Li ie II LL'U 1 1 1 letter to the London Athenxum! she tells of some wonderful things.! Xm none more so thnn tne follow mir: ru : u i. .. -... . j lun liciicit lllll" liMUUIJiV, v-t.i. i ., ' 1 4.1 J. die? not . . ...iiike a vision. ' nurre'ince, There was affliction in I the household. An aunt ot J's.. Mrs.1 A., a good woman I have long known, lives in a cottage at the bottom ol our garden. Mr?. A's. son. J's. cou sin, was one of the crew of a vessel which was this evening reported to have been wrecked near Hull. This ...... .n .ui . t .-. pthpm fi.ti the owner was gone to Hull to see a- bout it. J. Wiis about t.) walk to Shields with a companion to inquire. but the nitht wns so tempestuous,! nnd it wan so ev ideiit that no news! could te obt.iti.td, uii.t she was per suaded co; logo. Uut sho was too much duturbed to think of being mes ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
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