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- TT-T.-iirvjriipniiai i ..f iti7'Wiitmne m Ainu asmriiiiL lu ujuuc j
,wn ii.'. i n i. hi n iMi wise m t v , ir.. - i ..
i ' . . r i . i... . , ii ii r..ii.. mum niiiaii biicui jiaa ul
less than 3 009 democratic particular. ' lie Jurtlier siaiea ium mui ue lamj prcM.-m.tu, ..... v
In the room of the Y artburg, where he
cry one ot whom owe it to tr.cmscn-es iramctiou 01 .ur. ;; , lr:rns!ai:in the Bible, tliev will
'crates i convention assemuiea i re&raiuiijr o
I(1U iin-i .wmui, tunc a iiu f iv
in six should take 'The Radical," and pay
for ii, we should be standing on a sure footing,
which nothing could disturb; but instead of this,
not one in twelve have subscribed for the Jour
nal, and not cr.c kill of that number have paid i
for it regularly. We ascribe this not so much
to the want of a disposition on the part of the j
people, to read and gain information, as to the j
inertness, und inactivity of our more influential .
friends. Here lies the secret of sustaining the j
newspaper press. One active friend will do j
more towards extending the circulation of a j
newspaper, in a week, than the publisher or his;
agent could do in a t welve mouth. We have seen j
on instance of this in our own e-pcriei:ce. Hut '.
subscribing for a paper is not all that is ncccssa- j
ry to sustain it; but ptytng subscribers arc what
is needed. Almost all the expense of a printing
office, must be paid in cash and wilhout punc
tual and proinnt natrons.no newspaper can be i
art a i
sustained. It is best bolh for printer and sub
scriber that this should be done. If pav inent is
delayed for a year, the subscriber most usually
has to pay from 25 to 73 per cent more than if
lie paid in advance, while the printer 1ms all the
expence and trouble of making collections cf small
tmounts in different sections of tl country.
We have therefore determined to ofier the "Ra
dical" on such terms as to indu'C our friends to
take 'some interest in our unlerlaking and to
pay at the time of subscribiig. or receiving the
jrtitiraiuUir. InWncldsYon--if the oW;;icrats
. of this and the adjoining counties would give the
cause of democracy a helping hand, and at the
same time extend our circulation, the "Radical7'
would be sustained. Let each subscriber deter
mine to obtain us two new subscribers and for
ward us-six dollars through the Tost Office.
This' may be done without the least difficulty, and
in order to be convinced of it, w Ijc caeli one
w ill make a trial.
Population of the Principal cHies in the I.
V Vnr.. . . - 312.710
o. i orK, I
Philadelphia, - - 220,128
Kul-imorc, - - ' 102':!1S
.X.Orleans - " " 102193
Boston, - - -
Cincinnati - " "
Brooklyn, - - Sti.SB
Albanv, - S:,'T-1
St. Louis, - - - 'A00
Louisville, - - - - 21,00
Providence, - - - 2.'U71
Washington, - - - Zl.ZW
Pitt-burg, - - - 21,113
Kmhestor, - - - 20.000 j
Richmond, - 20,153
Lowel, - - - 20,7.-:G j
Esr.vrn or a MmnniiER. Young Sem.ncs, j
..... I.t.,,lr cn,i .,n I .n n-.Jl fho clmtllTp JQPmOriMl Ol
ask permission to present to the people ot aus- - i -
r . . r .. .. , nn nf iWp nnflipt. Luther sat translat.m:
souri, through tlie medium ol yonr vaiuame pa-
.i rri rc. H,,nv r PiLp one of the Psalms; he was worn down with long
per, the name of Col. llATurr lioos, oi like,
, .i r i. r ilm labor, with sickness, and abstinence lrom looa,
as a gentleman possessing the confidence oi the , . .. ... . ,r
, , . , .1 n r tberc rose up before mm some hideous, mitctina-
party, and having claims upon the Democracy of ' ' ' .
, ' , i -p . , ,.n,ncn. ble image, which he took for the evil one, to for-
the State, at lea4 equal, if not superior to those u t 1 '
' . . ? ( Q ,. ,,,,- bid his work. Luther started np with fiend-like
of any one linns: m the Salt Kivcr oumrj. . . r.
W. of the' Jcfnipce; flung his. nkstand at the spectre, and. t
. . ., , , , , ,r, disappeared. The spot still remains there a cu-
Dcmocraticfimlvol. Boon has bf en long and fa-, .
vorably know-to those however , Uce now lel, us we
familiar will, the political history of th al on , rf apparation, in a scientific
during tie last twenty-five years, I " , Ua m
serve, that previous to I. rcinJ to U,., . . , .f f .
.now some thrt. years Mtiee,C. Bo ! mif f fM,u. TK tl.in. ..n:.il
laitlililliy ' . , ..
t ! - : i c..-. :ifier bavins
vi . i. ..! ... -- - iminr. avi.t.. n..f en tin. n ... imnnr r
and honestly disckuscdtl.e severa i p . p tM T) , oncc aLout
Lies of a RcPre-entativc to the tnc Legislature a . " t .-n i . i
C( Senator. Lieut. Governor and acting ( !ov-, -t being at Leipzig, as tf '-Duke George had
:Z he was finally chosen, during the admin-."- frcd hnn a great e,u-my o his '-It was
not lor juikC oeorirf answerou nvi -jiu; u i
ill.lt J IT III O ' '
uf Mr. Adams, a Repre
lis ra ion o . . - ) nnl JhadbuMnessat I-eipzig, I would eo though it rain
Vn-,nr Semmcs'Con-ress, a distinction that was conferred upon, r , v
ou.ig limine ,. p !!.,,;., ,.:t, ,.,, r ed Duke (jeorj;cs for nine days runiung.
Vssor Davis, of, him for twelve years. During eight years ol, p ) b
r... .1.. I... ..f P,r.r.
.i t- , . 1- i ,,-Jm !i ) l,..pn ! liis Conre'sionul strviee he was a member, and
the Lniver.M v ol I lrLnma. aiJ wno n.iu necn , Li,.ii.
has failed to make his nppcarance at the late term
Anecdote of Rowland Hill.
Mure than twenty years ago, the late eccentric,
-.1 .- . ..r .1... rv. ...
, I' i O". IMVl ftr , nnrt fl lite tlillC V'll.l.riTi.lil 1". Ult vuiillllli.lt.
berated on i s giving bail in the sum ol 2j,000 r a p..n 01 unit t
I i i 1 .-. ..ir ... Hwi iinif.T?n nn1 infljvilili I
p ,1.1 .i i . r sermon at Suriw chapel, aaJressctl lus audi
ll 111C iiwin-.-fc "
of tlie Superior Court of Alltcmarle
ij: ,t.,r...!f vic rnirnl no-.iinst hinv. and the
secnri..Vs, returnable at the next term, to shew reduction in the pr.ee of the refuse public lands,
i .i ,.t OimiM not 'and of srrantiie to the actual settler a right ft
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i but excellent Rev. Rowland Hill, at the close of
be prosecuted to a judgement.
:."1.0Ulsle"v'lTr!l,, states tiu7a pur-j tratnm
pre-emption, hver the personal ami polHiea,
t'ri'.rvrt pf Cfn. JjAnn. he nve lolhp admin
anonof'llJ'illusljiotis chief" his
hascrs in that city are only giving . !,")() fr M1pj,ort and during the first years of Mr. V an
tiu-e to this eJTeetl
'A few days since, I heard with grief and dis-
j ' gust, that some of my Surrey chapel congregation,
! arc not ashamed to he sprti Sn that svnafwtie of
unwivcnm i ' 5 r
the play-house. The friend who csnir.unicatcd
send this man away, it is usefess to ttlk Willi
inc. Oil ! my boy r.netl the almost'. brskeD-
ii .1 . i i . . .
Bhovv yotraj"1-"1.1." mour "en u tho vou ot
iituii, yon wi.i oc ueyona its reacJi ym rtrc
f.st htftpning to tlie judgement oh! my child,
'tis n feirfi;! thing to meet God unprepared;
sobs c!i .Tied her utterance. I knelt by his
side and p-ne ! fur G .? spirit to brin the
vv.-Mid r?r '--irk. lie rolled a.l t sscd in Uis
lied, .;d n tantly interr ipted me during
;, ; , r u f.om tj,e j!j!c ..c, v,r.
s - 1 .i t would 'ead his mind t rilit
re(!.':ti n- He hid his lace, nlace.l liis fin.-
, , -j
gers in his ears, hedged me to desk's oni1
groanc so aw lib'v as t slap those in tli
ro.uiu Ater several ine3cctual attempts to
jet hint in conversation, I rose to leave the
room. As I p issed t nvsrds the door, I gras
ped his hand and said farewell, ,y frimJ
he raised his eyes towarus mean i seemed to
he wSIin to listen . ' STTp'pos-, said I, we
were on board a sliTp together, and in the
same violent storm tlie ship was wreoked I
had secured a plan, :n as J clung to it
for safely, refuse to lt y.ui take hold
What woti'd yu f me? Think of
you. Mid he. I should tVntk you were a selfish
wret:!i. We have btfn wrecked here,,
pointing to tlie Riblc.is tie plak on which I
rest tlie bi'lows of Jeah are riding over
you, and will you lay hold bef.re it is too
late, before you is t! ftorclcss ocean of
heard Turn vm, for why will vm die.
jThc candidates for the nominations Tor
Congress, by the Convention, are becoming al
most innumerable. They already exceed 25;
7 We hear verbally that William McDaniel
Esq., has resigned the Presidency of the Rraneh
Bank at Tahnyra, and that General I). Willoek
will probably supply his place.
In the Senate of Pennsylvania, there are 17
Democrats, and 1G Whigs in the Houe 4 D's.
and 36 W's. making a Democratic majority on
joint ballot 'X.
The Hon. Jons Fohsttii, late Secretary
tlut is five for eli district, supposing that we ! 0f State, during Mr. Van Uurcn's administration,
llureu's aduuiiist ration, at which tunc he was
still a Representative in Congress, he was assoc i
ated with tho?e who were most true to principle,
faithful to the. Constitution, and held the rights
of the people s inviolable. Whenever the pies
tion of Aboli'ion came up, he, although at the
time a Representative from a nou-slavcholdttig
State, invarihjy cast bis vn'.e with the South.
He has never failed on all proper occasions, to
express his opposition to a United States ILnk,
declaring it to be inexpedient and dangerous
to the libcrliesof the Teople.
He is onnosc.l to an erroneous duly on
tea, sutf.ir, eolTee and sail, the nccssarics of
life, whilst the luxuries of the rich are admitted
comparatively free. lie is opposed to all dis
tinctions in society, except those which arc crea-
flexiblc Democrat, and as such merits the re
spec and confidence of the people. Since the
removal of Col. Boon to Missouri, every device
It must be a Source of high gratification to the
friends of a sound and healthy currency, to find
that in most of the States, in which the elections
have lately terminated, the people have riven their 1
J a ? f r : 1-. 1' r.or
vcrujci in uvoiiiyiininci.rjic resumption ui
get that number of representatives under the j died at Washington on the 21st. tilt.
'iww.jipporlionment. In some of the districts of j()f the 22d contains the following notice of his
tlie Stale, there will be little or no contest, from . death:
the information we can obtain. In tlie extreme) Last evening, the 21st instant, at his rcsi-
nrltt it..d It ....M,. imi....1!.. .A.....U fli.if .1 W... iI.a ci-l,.firct vpnr .if I
. , .... ..,1.1. - 1 . .1 . . , y w.in-tvionvTit t, led by honor, integrity and capacity, and believes
Judge Atchison wul be the nominee, but in the 1 liis acc , the Hon. JOHN I ORS TII. Tlie heart ' .,,," . ,
7i . . , ,1 1 .i.itiit. I. - mi 1 1 i- .. that all arc eiiually entitled to the protection and
south, centre, cast and north-east, tlie light be- ,s too full of grief to speak ot his merits upon
,, ,. , ... ,. ... ,. c .,. . I favorable consideration of the Liovernment 111 a
tiveen the friends of the different aspirants wax- tins occasion. They are, moreover, written in ,
n ..rmmil,.1. 1 . 1: . n.:.. -vr. r..,c,..i. I word, he is a warm, consistent, learless and in-
C9 .1 a. .il i '.V-i 1 i o K lu' L " ,L MLI 111 Sill TV Ul lll U..U..I. , I. u.i. 111 it... .
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great number of aspirants that we have an ex- j native of Fredericksburg, Virginia, but while
traordinary number of men of talent in the de- ( vci a child, accompanied his father to Georgia,
mocratic ranks in Missouri, or that the standard or.,1 ,. SJaio Ii.- Im pv.t Iippii the ornament
of talent is sa very low, that any one may enter and pride. He entered Congress during the J '"1" oppom-nis o pr.-
, , , ,. .. ., ... iiiiiiee uie piiuiic againsi nun lor 111s aunereiicc
war, wnerc ne earn uisuiigiiisueu iiiiiisen us an - j , , , . ,
,. , , . , I to truth he has been denounced for tlie indc-
accomnlishcd orator and patriotic statesman.
, - . , . , . ... 1 1 , iiencdut stand which lie considered it his duty to
He has successively filled, and with the highest 1 1 . . J
,J , . , t, , 'take in favor of the rights of the people, Ins iile
repulalion, the elevated stations of Reprcsenta- h ' . '
1 . has been threatened to parahze his cllorts, to
live in Congress, Minister to Spain, Govern-- . rl. r . . ... ,
of Georgia, Senator of the United States, and ' " '
, . , c . f , r- t'r ,. UllUV. 11 lius in-cii iiiis. il asst.. v.. .11.1. .... -
, finally that of Secretary of Stale. His life has r .. -,. ,rillll
fceMf nj 1- ..t- .j,-..- : ,;,. JV and honorably passed in tlie , " '
.nrporma. this was :nc of the most prommcni, . . ilfmnr. ana 10 esea.-e ....- ... ... ,T,fc.
cciips between the
being in favor of
..Ci,ml. snw ii. mvmcnts atoncc ana wnnoui,- ....... i. r.n..,i !
. . : A-..:-. r.r ivir .,,,,, lrom tne exaueu swuou w ot.. . , , rjt dccleJ in Uie State out
rteuy-ana e "J. accompanied by universal feeling, o. respecu, -
time. These irauautcm uMiirn ... f Forsvth were known , ; " , .. ,
, i i.c .j . . ' sen ; and at the close ot jus service, nc rciireu
. p nun occnrinips in '
to me this very disagreeable intoHi nee, said he
had just been remonstrating with ne of these
worthies upon this abominable inctasistency; and
what do you think was his reply?; Whether he
blushed while making his monstrms defence I
really don't know; but I do know, iliat in repeat
ing it to you, I blush for him. Niw pray listen
to it. 'Why, sir,' said he, 'that I Jo occasionally
go to the play, is certainly very frue; btit that I
du as often as has been reported, is as certainly
lahe; indeed, I should consider very frequent vis
its to the theatre inconsistent with my Christian
profession. That I constantly attend Surrey
cliapel on Sunday mornings and evenings, and
generally on Tuesday evenings and Fridiy mor
nings, you well know; and very much dol enjoy
those opportunities, I assure you; yet lotwith-
slanding all that, now and then, by way fa treat,
but mark me sir, only by icny of a fruit, I confess
I do tiuliilisr. myself with going to see a good
comedy or tragedy.' 'Now, exclaimed the rev
erend gcntlcmin, 'Now Mr. Christian play-goer,
suppose you were to call upon me to-morrow
morning, and say, 'Mr. Hill, I am very sorry to
hcthat you very freiptcnlly rfifl'sjrts of filth;'
what would you think of me if I were to reply,
'Oh, sir ! I hope you do not believe 1 devour so
mvt filth as lias been reported; no indeed; for if
I .id, I should consider nyscAfti rerjvfl4r crea
ture; but to prove to you that J am by 0 eeS
ja of lathy propensities, let ne teJI you, that -on
Sundays and Mondays, and Ticsdiys aul Fri-!
days, I invariably set dow4io-mosterlW.linJ
ners of fisli. flpli nml fi.u l .,) i. i ildoS'
, , .iu ,CI miicil uo 1
Your infidelity i no security fir such a slorm.
Think of your Javiour nli! look to Him as
voar only siajEvour nly sire support. lie
kept my handtlre tenr started in his uve
itis whole soulivas centered in the rtze of
a 'onv. It isN late too iate there is no
mercy, no hn for me I em lost, forever
Hehire tlio un set Ids soul was in Eterni
ty pnc to kc audit. At 12 years of age
he lelt the Salmh School entered a printing
olfice as.'ooited wi'h infdelity drank tli
pois-'n. At!0,su!ii'nond to the bir of God,
widio-it a rv of light to cheer the darkness
of tlie vallevnf the shadow of death. Young
man, think c this sad story, and flee from
sin to ho! hiss and God. ;
' A. S. S. TiKcuca.
A xnv pkciks op I.erislation. Some
curious semes, it must be tadJinitted, at
times are vitnrs?ed upon the floors of our
American 'egislativc halls. The "tricks of
the tradcthere practised, are varied, and
so iiethr.es amusing. We have heard bills
being -kird with kindacs-V ''choked oiF,"
"staved oft' but we be'.ievc it has been
left to tli'S collected wisdom of the "First
United F:iiiament"of the Cnnadas to adopt
and ciTcctjyc altliotigh hitherto unpreccdent-
iide of dsposingof an obnoxious hill, viz:
fv-.t of ? Ivuse. The svne
cd lel..w urns: ,'ur- ie n richindcedt
i t . lr. f...
nn . in cm rp. in ii I i-iuiiui.in.i-i .'.'i" , .. ..... i . . i f.. i . imiii Liiusti 11:11111 IPs 1 ni:iirn n .1 -i. 1 .
two parties-the Democrats,' . " .,, ' .:nJ j a most :To disprove u,,s hi i uc suun.mcu a can- ' . i " ! rJL,. . -
windin-unthe insolvent and rc-s0,:' ' , ,. did deople. Col. Boon has never ton Oftaltd 1 s -", "ow u.m u.eti oj wy ol a treat, i ". wngsoiyii.. C.) Herald. r
wial.ngupthe cm y,c degree. All parties regarded him with . , . . ...Jwhen last tnark me, sir, oiJu by wnvtft trtnf, confesi ' :I:,d .
, and cor.peii.ng u.o.tu,., admiration, and his late retirement,-" 7: " . I.. ' . ' . I do indulge myself with a inns nl f ... i ' ' ' Ur!M "
a cannulas iiuiing m uiv ..-,.., - - - . ... . u iinviiy prrtin.. The in-
.IP i IDC pUUllt" iiuiuiiii.0
t c. c,.,-ofc cpf the Liws al defiance, and . r , . , ...
4M , V rights of Uie people and if ,to tl,C wor,Ui H 1S 'r 7T- T V from the public theatre vol from an apprehension
trampled upon, the nglits ol uie pcopic, aim a rnprous disposition and kind feel-. " l . , , .m
- . ii- i i f e
a f . . i i-.i i
onto the end of time, playing the same game - , f - painfu, and protracted ill- ,!r "! , ?
w ... n .' sncii
left to their own interest ami ucs.rts, b f his manncr9
, , i r"7 v
,tlweracC'of di.-feat,but with the hojic of enjoying that
Thev have no longer any plea, for suspension
.... i . i i a!
ilcss it be their cvn cupidity, and the soivcm.
. . r.. t;r.i r nnl.lip nti fiilnnQs. Col. Hoon
ness called forth .deep interest ... our vhote '""0 , . no
tr gmllhP SO IVPJIL 1 . J . ; UOeS nOl JlOW tuillll uuiu .ill .....i. ........
unless h oeinciro utTu..,,- - -- nimn:f .. lose SVmnathv wan ins mosi t--. ,
ortiorUStnowresUme5andtheinsolve,cloSe aJlc W-eral iE:
d00rSfreVCr- : : . , hUmlc1- Int,,Cir h?- 'Ii ' wS!medto usehisname as a candidate lor Con-
It is rumored that Mr. Webster intends re- !,iavillg recdved every attention and solace vMiuh , lhc ncjt August election. In presenting
ukrnimr the .Office of Secretary of SUte. It is lhu most pious alTection can AlJJ' ,0 t.le tlUvlic tWs apparently early period, the
name of Col. Boon, as a candidate for Congress
on behalf of the Democratic party, the writer of j
thought that Judge Upsher, will take his place, GoJ of un mcrcit.8 pour a balm into their woun-
andthatMr-Cushmgol Mass. win go ded bosoms.'
nou: JlearO heavens, md Iip nm.;vl..l
earth ! a professor of Christianity unblushing)'
avows that he visits the temples of ohicenily sdd
blasphemy, by way of a tretiP
F rum the. Norllifrii imrrirtn.
The Infidel on his Drath-ltcd.
Tlie writer of this, wa' cilled about ni''
day to visit a young man hit'"? li'tmonints
of life. He was a professeJ Infidel, anJf"
lused any spiritual aid, or t! services ' a
minister; on entering the itotnthe sac
was truly awful the yonngn was i'"?
near the .bed sat his widoveJ mother znil
sister. lie was strunlinsr ti lidc lus tears
l t . "i. .fl'.rtt
this communiaition disclaims all intention ori""J Jirca' cout-uim n u -
wit'i deatli. As 1 apnroachct him uie
ow was slightly opened to stlnit tnflicient
1 . ,... .1 - .. .u: .iilic nnininn. or of nreiudiein?
rid." Will receive the nnmoer o, ,.. t r r ....
icommui)i1fi of "a, tnc justciaims ,-......iu.
Mish.butis actuatiHi only by a desire to add to the
r ladv bcfie the people that of an
'ji ihi r I . . I ..... i
.... Mm . . ... . ... . ... . i i r i.ii. rn n n
:inc. P ii nwu-i db siiDinnieii, a inoniaiiu nouevrr, un no luincoik . .u...u
afinvenlien, when as- awnvand w'jth -y" y
light, he turned towards tht f indoj, and his
eve fora moment rested oiife; it k-as only
dct:ir.ity pII for li.idh-.tion of the ..mtinccnt
expe..sef l'ar!inint, wlfch had been pass
ed nndsint to tlu Council for their concur,
reuce, ancndmml by striking out the clause
tor tha Payment f Member's wages.) By
thisutKonstitutfmlactofthe Council, the
m.I.gnsion o' the house afimat.,i tn ,ha
lnghesf pucrt ami when the Gentleman Usl
cr of :iie BUck ImhI had ban.!,-t.r .i,- i.:ti
and turned his back to retire. - 1. M
member Mtlj selzed the document, and
begn,; -Jlr. Speaker, 1 dont want to Lilt
you,s.r. nor ims norable bodv. But"-
giving ia uesperaie X'.. " '
f ; " -q another still;.
dooi! the whole hoise bc.njr in , .
star of excitcroenU Tls ;3 fir?t ,..
stance oi a o.u oeug Kicited out V- Parlia-
mentm l T per vAuima. it anru.-, ..
:il l.. "W
Lo?nt,u -0.. i. umcna a monp i.:n.
V i . i '