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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1844

I He I o!oiiiibi;i hem Ml flf "oJnuic VIII. OFFICE OF TJIE JHWOORA'P irPi)8iTE St. Paul's Cuncii, Ma,n-st TERMS i 'At COI.UMIiI.fi ... , , .-mvwu'jy mill 0( nilblished rnnr,, AV,,,; ' 1 1 J"f'f"flI,lS i,er nnum payubli t- v iiuijiuiu wit nn the vcar period than six mumi., ..... ar tinitancc permitted ,unlil all arrearages are discharged. V) f'ER TI SEMENS not exceeding a tiquare will be conspicuously insertedal lOne Dollaror the first thrccinsertions, livid Tiucntu-fivc cents for event xuIihp taitfM nscrtion. lCr"M liberal discount nade to those who advertise by theyears UTTERS addressed on business. must . . . lie post paid. POBTRYo Thu Old. Straw- ESat. DV ELIZA COOK. 'srewell, olil friend, we part nt last, 'mils, flowers, and summer all aic past, nd when ilia beech leaves bid adieu, y olil straw hat must vanish ton. e've been tngclhcr manv an hour, graesy dell and garden bower. nd paint and ribbon, scorched and torn, lochnm how well thou hast been worn, ve'vp had a lime, gay. ori...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1844

5 r1 va,lw'M?Rlln'AUi Ili'port Ol Hits Soorotnry Of tilt' Treasury Th Rep 'fl bV w PIW,.lirv nf III'! t'rtMlfV. putifofltM Willi lilts reniisiiimK if Oen.iituiion. I tl.lv tnwiesti.ir. tfivma h'i- ""'"' of vmI.ihIhV nif.iriHHiimi with fet! '' '" Hi ,,!. I Htrnr-. ..r nr v-riim-ni, I'litt lirout letisfth of thi-i document mike-li-impossible f.u us to it ' ' encroaching upon lb" room llrtn.il to IV paws ofilieM.y. W, v..!l. ttwefor-g.v. only i ynop'4 "r ,l,p ''" m.u"l,,"t ,u'1 tern Vi't'i it i'nitanM. ThV present debt or the United Sine s t Co i -r.t? I S3 2.1 421.02109123 of this ..." . i .. mi iki'v hixruweil since 1810. Kill Mlll . .1. Vml 82 250.207 31 upon the I raur ii'.tt, IsjiibJ in 18117 and 1813. . 'i'ho Aln contracted by nur g'Jnmeni latin the Rjvolutionaty war and ptior to the aildplitm nf t el,eril1 uoiutuuiiuu dttbt was S53, 173,2 17 52; the pnputali,ui. 7 239.011. I't 1810 the debt had increas. nl hi 127 334.033 71. J Ins increase wa in einiaeaiience of the latt war. In...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1844

HEIRS OF ROBERT FULTON. . Tho ) fnr (ha rollof of the heirs of Hubert Fullnn, which hag pissed the Nenatn, appropriates 970 300 fni tint pur pone. It is in the same adapts as it pissed In- Si-limp hi ill o hid spftinii. WQUMS KILLS THOUSANDS. IHILDilBN nrc mot subject to them.but nor, 80111 of n Mutton am Italiln (,. I, mli,.l ...i.i. mem, Hnil hi-cat h. imln.'. Jmni 1 1... n...i...t , ......... uiu iiiJsiuriicu -..wu,.,, (mlkiiijj in mo iinm ,wasuiig away ,li amies ham III tlio Sioivcls, jninlH or limbs, dislurbcd clean (rightful dreams, nionmnt; and sometimes of vor'. tciuus appcnio, aro among tlio symptoms of wortm Miny am docturod for iimiiiIh. for somo nthr lm. nginary dUedgu.whoii one b.ix of bhortnan'g Wu m 1.O.0II2M wolllJ tlnjct a rnrn. 11. II lit I rince street anil Iho lluwcrv. 111 1 I'll n Inan nf Tlicy aro llioonly infalhblo worm ties vviut lamily will be DR. SHERMANS'S MEDICATED LOZENGES. .... . , . . . thai was reduced to a kelrtoti, anil by only I tn-H medicines have...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1844

IvSle and Temper- Caroline and Edwatil Spencer, hd been tngaged in marriage to each oilier from childhood, and the period at which their union should tako place hnving arrived they wne unilrd under msny favourabli anspires. They wero equally acomplished in cnmfottablo circumsUriees, nnd pnesesseu of similarity of disposition &i tastos, which wsj peculiarly remarkable. They werr,a it was observed, formed for each other One eingle defect, however, on earh side, marred all; and rendered them suprcmel) miserable. The period generally knon the honey moon had passed over without any occur innfimrhins- In a direct misuntler. II a landing, and the young couple eat out evening in the enjoyment of iho most plena ins tuninnciencei. 'Do you recollect said Caroline, 'the happy days we used lo spend togelher saunleiing on the banka ur lipuniifal river, and inhaliiifi Iht fresh air which Inrhtlv rippled ilsiuifacr you would, when w were united, think yourself the happiest of morUlsf' 'Yes. And...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1844

The Columbia I hare .worn apon the Altar of Gorl, eternal hostility o every form of Tyrant ov.r th. Mind of Man.-Thomas J.rter,on If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. BLOOMSBURfi, COLUMBIA CJOluNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1845. Volume V1II0 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosiTE St. Paul's Ciiuiich, Main-bt TEP-MS : 77i COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT willb published every Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLLARS per annum pauublt half yearly in advance, or Two Dollan fifty Cent s,ij not paid within theyeat Aro subscription will betaken for a shortci period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permit ted, until all arrearage are ilischargtu. AD VER TISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at une JJotiurtor tlic first tnrceinsertwns and Twenty-five cents for every subse quenl nsertion. tCT'A libe ral discoun made to tho se who aivi'.rtise by the year I.B PTE RS addressed on business, must be post paid. Kr;i'fy, tlio American borderer. POETRYo THE DKUNK A RI)'S LAMENT. Tono Home, Sweet Hom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1844

COLUMN V ' WOmtAT. INVESI'lcV Til 12 ONDUItDONIl TION. The Mahop found gui'Uij'vU 'nies ligation in New York, before the -Uoii'f uf Bishops, in relation ' to certiii charg-!. gainst Bprjnjp Oli.derd.onk. Inn trmiii'ati1 mid though ikev.c;diol nf, the Colin, hi. nobcn olTnMally -publUhec!, it said, lha the Bishop was found guilty or. al' tin pcrifieatioiis in the' pf p'ltnutient. e.xrep one, on which the testimony was of. n-1 a character that It could not be .rntenaineri The vole was eleven for finding nf'Builiv md six of 'not gtiil,iy.. The Court was n meet )eslerday, for the purpnsc of pronoun ring sentence, nnd then the Bishop woul' have llie privdeg'e of slating reasons i orresl of judgment.. It is desired by tin llljhopswho voted against him that BisliO Oiderdiftjk would iirTUr his resignation, Bu tin, it )3 said, he will not do The frier.ds of the Bishops are delibers tint? on their course It is almost ieideii by lliein to call a convention of "he Diocec of New York, for the pi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1844

An act ok Juvenile Heroism, In Which a life in neril ws rescued. U re- fifirlnfl ill IIia II.,etn ll.nl.) A ililnrluai !Veftterda v. which danrvi m In hn noticed I lie account itin lhu. ,'On Saturday af'oriKioi, lhat pirl ol Ulack H y belwecn the 1'iovulence Hailioatl ami Beacon slrceivvas covered with young ukaters piiciiioii their heau- Itllll hut hazirdotw wporl. A sudden tV, tf unnniinnpfl lh.il nmt nf thpm. an ljrh boy of eight years, had fallen in mong the broken ice. The report 'preari instantly through ihn crowd of 'ISjSr '"" r bnndreds amusinp ;t)j?Vmilves there, the danger wag loo great for sympaty lo pags into action. t youth, however, who, but a ftw k before, had found himself-in I lie o perilous situation as this lad, from 'Sviiich ho wa fnrlunjle to cxlricale him .ftHilf without help, for which he called in vaip;started Tot ward alonp, without hesi tation, to rescue the sinking buy. The poor Utile lellow in the waier wax sup 'jiOiiinu himself by seizing upon I he ice p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1844

YTfl.AT AJjl Dow i.x. itt eloquent praaclw o" sriort patent ermon,' answerg (ho a botfc question to thin wise When I ask myself the question Whr nm I?' it puzzles mo how (o answer H. Materially speskinR, I am a sort of in crossed nonentity a small barrel ofthi Unstained oil of nothing, thickened int substance by accidentally cominR jn cot. toSih a cold conaealinii world. Chem t am a coninouud of tj'hospho'ro'Us, gas and atmospheric wind; an mot of you have, doubllelonn ago discovered. Mechanically speaking I am an old clork, made, wound up and Del In motion some several years ago by the fJreat Clock maker of the Universe I was made to run 70 years) at Usst; h if Fate and Forlune will only keep m) inner works in order, I shall expect lo keep going till my weights have run lh f.iii ii.ii.rih oi their chords. Morally speaking, I am an equal mixture of vice and virtue a kind of vinegar and mo So nicely sre ihey mixed togtithei that the vlnegaf of vice is not .n sntir ni lo be impalpable...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1844

The io hi m Is i a llemocral I havo sworn upon the Altar of fiort, olernal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny ovor tho Mind of Man." Thorn" JeiTorson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ISLOOXtlSMTRC, COLUMBIA L'OlMT, PA. SATURDAY, .1ABTVARY 18, 1845. Number Volume VIBB. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT oi'i'osm: St. Paul's Cmiuoii, Mais-st. The COT. UiMBIJl DEiMOCllJlTwill b published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLtilllS per annum payabh hiiif icarh in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cent a, if not paid within the year. No .subscription will be taken for a shorter period than nix months; nor any discon tinuance permit led, until all arrearages arc discharged. J1D Vlilt TI SEMENS n ot exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first ihrceinsertioni, and Twcnt'ij-fivc cents for every subsc niimt n.ier'lion. BiT libc ral discoun vutde to those who n-lvrrtisc by they ear LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE- To the Senate and House of I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1844

wlili ihe progrcs and condition of thrsi ifiatitutton. ttuitng inc isim- wnli M vi.uvs respecting Hie improve men) of llm school system anil iho mean' Iff be adnptnd for Ihat purpose, it i highly essential lo llic success ol on fli.ioni nf PiliiMlion. that the appropria 4ion from the State should he fixrd ami permanent..,, U.nfcerjnt.uly in Wits rcapco is flluMulcil .wHii dol'cfpiioi"''cons.' quenceS, aiiprpilkCtlvo of , dftrinigenio.nl in the practical operations of Hits sys (cm. Whatever Is calculated lo promote tho ciusc of popular education is worthy ynllr most fleilolis nu eaniusi auunuun, On il depends, in an eminent dcgie. the honor of our Commonwealth, the distinction and happiness of her citizen- -nnd the poifectiunand puipeiniiy 01 mi. irtlitieil I ll 4 1 i I ii l to II 3. TTivn r.inri of ihc Adiutanl Gimcr.il will ho submitted lo you,' and will txln lui ivirtidiliM in relation to the nnliim system. "During Iho I.it session of the I ....ll,n on :irl U'JS laS3C(i tO I'fduCf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1844

n A CI' lt)rM o'l'Pnun'iivno Tho following notice of nn improvement ill making stcrcoiypo plates 1.1 found in a liin.'ILMI 1 (Mini .11 r.XlH'rinrmts Imvn Inr unmn inia wi.vii iii FiKiiitoni iiiienv 11 nit: r inr 81 mi i iiiii-iiuciii:u 111 nt'ir wupge. inmiprlni 111 Alines ni itini'inn i. in iim iiii..i.i ..i ,.. ti l l I I . . ,1 1111- 1 111 iiiiui nun iiiuiu I.IUUU t! miicri.il. pUiis, The success of these experiment i illlHII'M III' lllft 111 I 111 I nn I lit 11 n n .... p I ........ ...w, I'liui u 111,11 u I nr 1 1 f 1 11 11 Ni! 11 inn urinn rti loninii .11. ....... v in uinuiit Willi llliir COTTON AND SUGAR Tho cotton crop of tho United States i' 1 1111 v if : iiiitpi 1 11 in frnii nr n 1 1 1 niimnimi l. iiiu ow u 111 t 111 1 uti u 11 1 11 minimi 11 vn n th 1 1 1.1 11 1 . lit! iri'11 ;illll UIIM1IV IIHIIIHIIIIM flllMQ. At rv.11., Ilr fi'itlM. 1llf ffrnnl nmrl I.. . .. n . . STATUS FIFTY YKVRS HENCE ilr Darby, a gentleman who has paid 001I deal of attention to the statistics it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1844

' ' ' I i I Y ' ' THE TEMPERANCE RALL. Tune "Rosin the Rraii." 'Com.9 all ye tiuo friends of iho nation, A Mend to huiiinnily'e call, Come aid in your country's salvation, And totl on the temperance ball And roll on, &c. Yo democrats come lo the rescue, And help on the glorious cause, And millions hereafter will bless you, With heart-cheering song of applause. With heatt cheering pong, ifce. Come whigs, Bid adieu lo hard tidcr, Ami boldly step into the ranks, To spread the proud banner still wider, Invite all the friends of the banks. Invito all the friends, 5cc. And, when we have forin'd the blest union, We'll firmly march on, one and nil We'll shout when we meet in communion, And roll on the temperance ball. And roll on, &c. The wife on her infant is gazing, Dut not now in eonow alone A husband her virtue is praising, The dark cloud of sorrow is gone. The dark cloud of sorrow, &c. Tho maiden, now truly delighted Her heart beating wildly with joy Confides in the vow tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1844

The Columbia Democrat I havo sworn upon tho Attar of Cod, eternal liostlllty to every form of Tyranny over tlio Blind of Man." Thomas JeiTcnon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume Till. BLOOMSRURG, COLUMBIA COtNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1845. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orroaiTK Sr. Paul's Chuucii, Main-st TEPJMES : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will b, published every Saturday morning, ai TWO DOLLARS per annum payablt half yearly in advance, or Two Dollan Fifty Cents,if not paid within theyeat Aro subscription will be taken for a shorter period than nix months; nor any discon tinuance per milted, until all arrearages are discharged. A D VER Tl SEMENS n ot exceeding a square will be compicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrceinsertions, and Twcntij-fivc cents for every subse quent nser'tion. CFJ1 liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. POETKYo FINltJ OLD BALLAD. The following touching ballad is of vcr ancient or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1844

I 'TJttfTH lXBOtT rtin S.1TVKIMV, J'..v. as, Kt'incinlH'i' the rriMtor- WHEAT. CORN. RYE. HUCK WHEAT, OATS or WOOF), will he re ceived for debts due iu fnr siihucriptinn. Also a lew bushels of I OTA'I 01. S if dclivcieil soon From llioso uho have promised I.mnlirr Inch nd inrh mil a qimt let pine 10!IM'f' will be reretved if delivcrpd soon. 30VER- APPOINTMENTS BY THE NOR. TTon, Jesio Millar of Perry sounty to be Secretary of iho Commonwealth. John K. Kane, Esq, of Philadelphia, to be Attorney General of the .Common wealth. Appointed by the Sec'y of i he 'Common' th Henry Pctriken, Esq- to be Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth, n2ie 514 O 32 25 UJ J2o Appointed by the Canal board Edward F. Gay. Superintendent of Motive Power and Supervisor on the Coljmbia Rail Road, Sujjeuvisous. Everard 0!es, on the lower portion df ihe Juniata Division, Fa. Canal Casper Dull, on the upper portionof ssme'Division. Samuel S Jamison, on the Western Division of Iho Pa. Canal, from Pitts bur-r to Dam ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1844

Massachusetts hai nioro nowspaycrs than any iliroo oilier of tho six Now Eng- l.inil Stales. In Boston there arc thirteen dailies thoso of the first class being main tainod at an expenso for operatives alone,' of not far from 815,000 a year each. To mriy on all the New England papers, re quires an annual expenditure, on tho part uf tho proprietors, of a vast sum, Tho ranital investted in them is estimated at $300,000 . STATEMENT OP TUB Receipts and Expenditures OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, FOP. THE YEAR 1844. ' MAHinrcnIn TCImirj. N. Y. on ihi. 7ih int. hv the i ll 12 Auditors, elected to adiust and stttlo the public ac Rev. Washington Vanvandt, Wim.iam counts of the County ofCnlumbia, 5uvo examined the same from O T) ......... !m n ! n H ...Itlr... of I ll n T,. I m I f tttio first dav of January. 18'M.lo tho 3 1st day of December of itiol G!lte,to Fanny P. daughter of Tho. uno j car. t.o .. uaya . elusive, anu rcspcc.iu ,y ,sy oo.u.u ,e X, !i TTi ii i?i.:. Judges of tho Court of Common Plo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1844

A SENSIBLE WOMAN. A iMillerito in Maine said Id his wife dur ing harvest, 'I am resolved 10 work no more I think it wrong to gather any moro of tlio fruits ofitie earth,' Tho next morning ho arose anil walked abroad to meditate. Ke turiiiiiiif ho nsketHii. wife if she had break pajiIv. Slio said No. 'But. lie asked aro you noi going to gel anyl" She nl1 tiwered 'No,' for said she, 'you say it is not your duly to work, and if it is not yours h Is not mine: and if the fiuitsof the earn, may not be gathered in, they may not bt cooked after thov aro gathered in. I am iMnlvefl to submit with you to tho will God. am! abide by the consequences. II. walked out again and after while lie return fd and said to bis wife, If yon will g. and get some breakfast, 1 will go work. to RULES FOR GENTLEMEN. Marry not a woman who cannot make a shirt, or cook a meals of victuals. Such m woman would keen a man poor all the days of his life. Marry not a woman who is a lady anil proud, '"because she will be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1844

V" Co! !! in hi hi I have worn upon the Altar of God, otcrnal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomsw Jefferson 1 f H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.- 8 1, .r 1 I. : . i i- , 'y nSBSBBSB Volume Till. OFFICE OF THE MJMOfillAT OrrostTB St. Paul's Ciiuucii, Mhin-st The COT. UfiiniJl DEMOCRJiTvnn ht published every Saturday morning, al TWO DOLlJlltS ptr annum payable half yearly in advance, or Tito )'oliars Fifty CintsAf not paid within the vtitr No subscription will be takenor a shorter tinuanee. pcrmitted,until all arreurugs arc discharged. JllWim T1SEME NS n ot exceeding a iiuare will be constneuousht inserted u One Dollar for the first thrccinserlions and Twenty-five cents for every subse- ijuent nsertion. tCT liberal discount ,: , " rrn r'V1 "f"""md fashion of old Virginia's gallant and fJfflEIlS addressed on business ,mui bc'tpost paid. POETRYo l-' 10 ni ifcntley'i .Wiscllancy. THE FOREST TREE 111 to the lone old forest tree, Though past his leafy prime .' A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1844

Urom the Pullie I.eJger. tfACTS WORTH REMEMBERING, Not lone shrco r.ur accoutiU fiom Eotlind indicated a great and com inued rise of cotton; ft nd 'the effect on this side of the Atlantic was an ini.ulsc tospecu l.tllon amanR'mnnV of the dealers in thai Biticle. Speciihitni went into the banks and Went into (he rrmVUeipiid iho form er, at least in New Yoik, if some of its He w.!pers nniy bt- ciedili'd.made heavy loans lui investment in coilon. The next ninval told lis that all this sperula- tinn in Farmland had been the work of 'the cotton Lrokere, who, nillcti by Hie lianKs were making urge investments in colton.forUvc purpose of forcing it to higher prices for their own Dentin, ai 'rho ciense of 1 lie manufactuiers. 1 oho told in? that the manufac"urcri, in censed at this combination, had resolved to defeat it by dealing no more with the cotton broker., and impoitine their rot ion directly from the United States, by means of their own agenU, without the intervention of any'third p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1844

TOXC-OLt) Slit COBBY. Coma nil ye who lika gool singing, Closr your voice, ici thorn ringing; Hero's n loco song before in, Here's the tuno and heie's llm chorut: Get out the way old sir Harry, Tim Coon ticket we don't carry, 'Coons in eighteen hundred forty Hung their sungs both loud nd hearty, NVeni it strong for Captain Tyler, Shoved him in and burst their bilcr; Get ou the way poor old Johnny, Coons have squandur'd nil your money Tfnw the Coons are organising And their secret punn duvising, "All around fie lot they're tramping, Did refuted lies now vamping, Gel out the way with your stories, Coonies you can'r como it e'er us. "For we see the noon committees All uhoul the towns and cities, Plotting schemes both mean and dirty, To sustain their sinking party; Get out the way old Kentucky, You have always been unJucky. Oonr.s are loud in Harry's praises, All their papers lie like blazes; Their old (jamoa ihey now are playing, And they'll soon commence pipe laying, The tho firu yenr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1844

-I f 6 mm from Wash n InA, thai on Sni1y I a t Prrsiilent Tyler transmitted Id t Senate nf the Unlird Slates the TREA TV ANNEA'ING TEXAS TO THE UNITED STATES. The Senate immedi Ttmv went nto accret session, and l id no ' ' ... ,l. I... - . -..1 MMlh lurmi 1IUI1 lis uuuia mi kHTrirtl iniiiia lit. ivnim " 0"A 1 . , . I I IT t "i He iremv nave not vol ueoit inaue nuoiici V -An important movement also transpired i oS te mmc day in tho House of Reprcsen ihiita lit rpunril to lbs Tnuff I ho new Ifj-M t ! nf Mr M'Kay was taken up by , VJte of 1 10 to 01; and in now under rifisqrssiun, but it is generally believed that ilft .'M rannni pass, and that the present jMjfl T will remain as it is I RESIGNATION OF GOV.SIIANNON. Governor Shannon ofOln'o, having been t a ipjunted by President Tyler Minister to 'Mysjco, has resigned the office of Govern oso lhal Stale; and we presunm the Demo TMid 'Duckeyea' aro not all sorry. T.W. Ifhntoy, Speaker of the Senate ( Demo 'cai).has become Governor by vir...

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