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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 October 1844

It", Democrat I have- sworn upsri the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form ofTyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jcflbrson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. folHHibia OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosiTB St. Paul's Giiuncit, Wain-si TERMS : The COT. UMBIJ1 DEMOORJlTwill bt published every Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annum payablt half yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollart Z'.-?.. t..,'. .-v.,....,...-. ....;..-.. . . . . , No subscription will be taken for a shorlci neriml thmi rAv mnnlhsifnnr ntui ilisrnn. tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are uiar.nurgsut square will be conspicuously inserted al iyit uuuut jvr trie jnai inrcc iioc; iicia 'Ftnrnliimflnp rents fnr mem xnhse. - . . -. , J y " . 71'euf nsertion. C7Vi liberal discount made to those who anverhse. oy tlieycars LETTERS addressed on bttsitiess,must be post paid. POETRYo Til E LAST WISH. QTlie celebrated Wilson, the oinithologim requeued tint lie might bo buried neai soma sunny spot. Thin wish i expressed...

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

''tiotu wtTiincr rtin s.trvito.iv, ovt a, ihu. EOR PRESIDENT, JAMES K- POL St. VICE PRESIDENT, &EORGE flit DALLAS roit (jovxknok, Canal Commissioner, JOSHUA IIAUTSIIORMS. PR E S IDE NTtA L ELECTORS' Wanift ak'C'AsuLtss, Senatorial Asa UiMutrc, llurnrsiiNTATivn 1 GcorgbP. l.tlwiiaii J (.'hriitiau KweJi ;i W'm.ll.SmUli 4 John IlilKI'liilA 6 Samuel K. beech fi Samuel Ogiiip, 7 JtSaSn Ssharpo' . 6 N. W. Sample I) Wm. llcimlenrich ) 0 Cor.rad ihimer 1 1 Stephen Halily Is Jonali Urcwstcr 13 Ocurce fc'cluiaMe 14 Nathaniel II. Lldicd )5 M, N.-Irvine 1(J JaincsAVooilliurn It Hugh Momgomery 15 Isiac tikuiiy ID John.Mslliows 20 Wm. Patterson Jl Andrew llutke 22 John M'Gill 23 Christian Myers 24 Cohort Orr congress. . OWEN LEtB- REMOVAL TICKET, SENATOR: GESTo WM. ROSS- FOR ASSEMBLY, TIIOMAS A.FUNSTON. COMMISSIONER, FREDERICK M 'BR IDE. ' AUDITOR, PETER KIiIjVB. YOUNG HICKORY CLUB. The Club will meet on Monday evening Scpl. 00, al early canillelight.al lite Acad cmy in Hopkins viltc. Turnout...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 October 1844

As (lie democratic Ponfereers of Luzerne and ('oltimbia, hive nominated Gen. Win. S. Ross, i111 the candidate of thu parly for Sato Senator, it may Ik proper to glvo your itIit Mitno arcotint of tlin aoiviru rcn il ml liy his K.ilhor and Uncle, during Revolutionary War, and the ' -la.MPro of Wyoming. The Father of (l;n. Iloss,was but sixteen years of age, and although so young, ho had already marched at tho head of the scouting par jv to protect tiro selllcmonts above Uill.esbarre, which had been attacked by the Indian?, and several of llio in '.ibitants killed. Mr. Ros liad two b others older than himself, in the bat il i of Wyoming, Loth of whom fell on that bloody day, one of ihcm, being an i!licer in llio regular army, had obtained permission to return home on hearing that I lie selllementii along the Sti(jue panna had been nttarlccd by the Indians. After the death nf his brothers and fa'ljer, llf support of hi.i mother and ihelfamily's of bis bothers, devolved Upon iim, and eve...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 October 1844

PROCLAMATION. rilEREAS. bv an act of the General As sembly of liie Commonwealth of I'cnnsvl vnu entitled An art relating to elections of this Commonwealth, passed lliu Sd day of July. A. D. 1339,' its made tho duty of the SheiifT uf ever? county to giro public notice of such election to lie hoMen, and make known, in sutii notion what officers are to bo eloctcJ: Thereforo MIUAM DEIUl. ItiaTi Sheriff of (he county of ColumWo, do make known, by this ndvcrllsmont, to the Electors of said county of Columbia, that n GENE'IAL, ELECTION will bo held in ttio siid county on Tuesday the 8th day of October next; at the several districts thereof, es follows to wit: Bloom township, at the house of Charles Doc blcr. Illoomehuri. Briar creek townsblp.nt the town-house in l'cr- w itk. Cntanissa township, at the house cf Stacy Jsr iorom. in the (own of Catawissa. Derry township, at (ho bouse of Jacob Seldcl, in .said (owiifJiin. Fishing creek township, ottjio Houso of Daniel Peeler, in raid township....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 October 1844

nu ' The Columbia Democrat I havo "ivurn upon tllo Attar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form my oror tbo Mlud of Matt."-Thomas Jo(Teron H:- WEBB; EDITOR Ai PROPRIETOR. , '7. .,-;t,,f; f ' "jbLoomsbubg, ?Uiiiic Tllli- COli0MB(A COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, OCTOBRli 19, 1844. Wimilter 20al of Tyr OFFICE .OF THE "DEMQCIUWC otrpsiTK St pAi(L'sCHuncir, Main-m Tlic COL UMliU DERI OCR JIT to ill b, nubliihcdcyery Saturday morning, al fmtpi rrr r drlo . . ..11. I tru jJifJ'isJino per nnnum jiuiiiuu half yearly in advgnccror Two.Dollart Ao subscription will'Jac taken for a shorter period than n monfyatiwr any discon tinuance permtted,unlii all arrearages are discharged.. rthiteliTISEMENV nSl exceeding smart tiill Inconspicuously inserted at One Dollurfor the first three insertions; and Twenty-Jivt cents jor every suose ".: -. '.. j. , i. qitent nsertion. fC7Jl liberal discount large, reu sun wag jum bhihihk y vtade to Ihoicinho advertise by the years j,inj lne tiitls; the sky was gold and pur L...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 October 1844

to die miaid-ior town. II w her heat t boat attJibly when, by Hit: waiting ovon- ing light, the homo even lo llut miser, nblc phlUihuoil w.h seen aiiln. Jifunn 1.. I. i.l. -I." f. . I.. ...... M. UmiiAitiiil .... (IIU I4lr.ll Sllu Biuiyill'" llin iiuuavuui nu iarnV voree, no aTtiOltttii mel her can all that said Wis, !, you're horn tit'last,' Hut by ami hy, when It was hinted lhat tho lardoi was empty ami the relic of llhost) foiir bright pounds Were ((ecu, more civil words were heard,, jvliifh, warming nto a foil title of kindnefty lasted, 'Vijplabjy Jasiejl,. till "tho'lasi Stilling wis spent:; thetiihen l.iughffljr, hk" poverty to .coini hc ws ordered tojravul back to London In'Bie best fashion sho could. (Concluded in our next,) PROTECTION TO AMERICAN IN DUSTRY. -Lei the Laborcr,Farntcr and Manu, :facturcr Head. l'he following is an extract from a speech delivered at a Demociatic meet ing in New York, by George Ban fmfthe ureal American Historian, and now thfe'DcniOcratfc candid...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 October 1844

IIENItrCLAY AND COOKERY, i i , " . . . ...... i 11 is a kiiuwii iuci mat mi ioiu .'n art war hSSiPfl btf ljnnnrpc clianrMnir ' - i n n o tjlio compensation of members Frrm six ii i i .1 v V hi A U WIS IIIU tlOIUIIf wnicn at inal lime a WimlosesHion scarcc- 1 1 fmnlll ft llllMfl nil. finite llttlo ftllnW H'H a member fifteen tlollais a tlay for lit aalary, Mr. Clay advocated the iiissajte ol tins odious aQt)n(l,nmioiign .,.!.. I. !... I. ...I... .1-1 l. UK lime 110 wasr.cucLYiliiR ftvqtuo uui' ft . Av r... ilno n a Knufltfltr 111 flpnlamil that he could not maku mtlinug meel. It would bo well for ibese coons who promise an economical adminigtra tion of the Govcrnmonl, In t ho cvrnt ol i Mr. Clay election, to remember llm fact. A man who could not live him self upon twclvo dollars a day would b fltf beautiful subject Tuly o adminislei the pedpto'd affairs icQnomically. It U a pel led contraliclieii ol terms, and an 1 ii hi) 1 1 to truth, and candor to talk ol such an nlmirdjty. Hut wo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 October 1844

gwat'"1 ji 1,1111 1 i-i ' A HORSE CRAWLING THROUGH A I'OS r. A slory rs lold of iho Into Rev. Mr Spraguc, of Dublin, N, H. which sct !lc remarkablo simplicity of the learned parson in a very ludicrous light. Paying 0 visit lo one of Ilia parishioners, ho threw t lie bridlo off hi horse and over the pot of a rail fence near the house. During his slay, the animal contrived to disongngt the bridle from tho pout, and gel it undei liis. feel seeing which, a servant girl drew the reins through one of the mortises and ovei the top of the post in the form ofn noose. The parson going to untie his horse, was indescribably astonished to find tha bridle, which he had simply thrown1 over tho post, thus passed through one of tho holds. 'This beats all ejaculated lift to himself,' I never saw the like of it in all my life before! To be sure, wo read af a camel going through tho eye of a needle bin this was in the days of miracles. No, no; 1 never saw the like of this before!' Up examined it anew; ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 October 1844

CoMMfeiti V I have sworn upon tlio Altar of Cud, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlio Mind of Man." Thomas Je.TerkOn Volume TUB. BLOOMSKURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, OCTOaiKfifc 2G3 1844. .VmatJier -27V1 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT oi'rosm: St. Paul's Cnimcir, Main-bt TERMS : The CO I. UMMJ1 DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at 'rim DOLLARS tier annum nuuublt half ylarly in advance, or Two Dollun T.Vf... ', 1 flint Vint il mfflt if tirtll Aro subscription will be taken for a shorter ihnn monthsi'nor anu discon tinuance permitled,until all arrearages arc discliargia. AD VER TI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously insertcdat One Dollar for the first threcinsertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subsc- .....,. inorinii h r liberal discount made to those, who advertise, by theycam LETTE IIS addressed on busitiess,muxt be post paid. POETRYo The Texan Banner. Air "Dan Tucker. TI18 'Aco of'I'runips' will have lo wail Before he gels the vot...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 October 1844

. J fa v s l hut ri:)i 'ft. rrrto.i i ocruu, jr"Qf PRESWVXT. JAMES K. POUv. VICE PliliS WENT, (TiKORGR W. DALLAS, PltG&UWNTlJlL EI.ECTOtIS s Wilson NWakbiIcss, ess, A. Scnutoriul Asa Dimock, IJnrHF.SKKTATIVK. 1 fit-orse P. Li-limao " Cliri-tiuii Km-a :i Win. U.Hmidi 4 Joint fi Samuel 13. I.etclt 0 Sacllticl C;ttlli, 7 Jchsm Hlmrp H N. W. Sample 0 Win, llciilriirieh 10 CoithiI liimcr 1 1 Stephen Dalily IS Jonah llrvwsHi 1.1 lii'urKe Hrhtiublc I I NhIIkiiim'I II. I.Uheil 1.1 W.N. tiviiip l(i .1,'IIIICS W'ihmII'UIII 17 llur-li Moiniruiiii'iy IN Uiijc iikiny IS) .lnliii Mnlliuwa 20 Win. I'nlteiMiii '21 Andrew llttikc 22 .Inhn M'CJill 23 CliiiMiun Myers 21 Wil.ertUir YOUNG HICKORY CLOU. 'Die Club will meet on Mom! ay evening Out. ,28 at curly candlelight, attire Acad t'ltiy in llopkiusville. Tin num. The regular meetings of the Clvjii will hereafter he on cvciy Monday evening, a the above place. Hteiiicmbcr fhu Printer. WHEAT. CORN, K YE, IJUCK WHEAT, OATS or WOOD, will he re ceiveti...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 October 1844

Left Wheel qy.iNn no avoloo y jto UT THE TilUTH WITHOUT PKAit. feL W H7? w ren iy Tennessee VICE PE S7l WiBlsoiB McCandless eBige W, ILeliisi&iR mala iSgews4eB. g9 Nathaniel II. Eldrcd 7" J Oil MB 62. feiHnneH Jee &narp G-n blr ff-rv ms n iITTl 1 fflMBaan 1 CJonraal . Tli ifft rl R ;b7 MnB.iela N0 Irvine Woodburn ontgoinery feg&!&3 Ankeny J"lan Matlaew WfPMI&Sbm JPaftter$on Andrew ISnrke 9 bristian Myers JKbert rr 8 -TT1T" -is w 1 r r o 2 flfel 3: -7J ft "ftj f ii 2 4 - Mi 0 vr uresis p&9 msdsS mss' dm tihe- gii&&e fieMei Wsm$b &pp&sws'sts me mwrnlze them on the JBSATTM WBMEtM and give THE TfflAT FREEMEN WIELD. Dining llin rnursm of Itiimnti rvrnln, i really breomcs iierrnsnry in nrlrr in H.iticIS our wnriby friend and biuiher chip, win- ppeaft in 1 lie Inst ' Di'inorrl, ilml u iMiims, iimiiIit epols, vr.. arc mti ilniri iiiiHly woiiir'imI, and arc nmiilfiod Ity w Melf, abov! Iininif u'niuulcil lit ll'i1 lfMi. Ii my Aieiiion llial it known in ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 October 1844

!hush up :t .John Smith. One of lite drollest nuil nrlnnl oreuriio ce that rn can recall m bavin.; happened within Oil' citoi )l ( b ci v 10 ,tilli plan m ilio St Charles riientre, one evening Insi wintei, Nearly iippiuile in whole we were silii'iif in the (Ins ciicle wan a remarkabl imj:i,ii frutnieii Irtil v, lioee eyes we could urn lit'lp observing, wire constant)' fixni n our direriiun with a seemingly earnes' anil excited interested. liefnre our vanitj had limo la npprnpriate individiMlly the IwjIjj'k aiteniion, we observed a friend who was selling neat her rise, and make hi' vav around the interior corridor ol the cir 01 n to the boy in which we were sealed. In Hume apprelienmr. about the result we watched his motion, and were relieved at seeing hint address a young friend with whom we were well nrquainted, and who . pit just behind its. The messenger touched 0 if n'lins'li'-.ir.co on the shoulder, and rnur lemnly It'iMiim a way into the lobby. The pMiM'c Ii ij (fined vtrv sin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 November 1844

he Columbia Democrat fTna si 111 .' stij .VI 'II..', 'lit. Ill .inn ntjrj mi, I lit I to 7 )to lio 111 id lo ') III! lu 111 III of! "i Milium: VIII. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT - r. n 1. n M E( .OSITK OT. 1 AMI, VIIUItuiii WJAin'Di V 'OT. UAI1IIJ1 DEAIOCR JIT trill be t 'shed ever; Saturday morning, at H'O DOTJJIRS per annum payable half yeurly in advance, or Tiro Dollan Fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin the year Vo subscription will be, taken for a shorter' periou lliun six iiiuniua, iiui mi,' mouxn tinttancr. permitted,until all arrearages arc discharged. I DVERTI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be. conspicuously inserted al One Dollar for tut jirsi uirceinsnuuin mid Twcntu-ftve cents for every subse quent nscriion. crJi liberal discount made to those who alv rtise by the years I UTTERS ad tressed on liusiness,viitt be post paid POETRYoJ From the r'ciiiisylvariia Inquirer. Confession of the Confirmed. BV DAVID PAUL BROWN. Hefnte tliy niter mighty I.nrtl. Thy altei iikhk on r.Airrii T...

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

TIMERS' HISTORY. state of his health, to go afloat, Uio duly of m ,. !..i.i.i. r .1. waiting on his Mftjctty lliercfoio ilcvolvcil III leading jiurnal. of ,he Fren h capital n j,. G uruisli so inn curious pal ticiilars (if thu son f association entered into for the publication ', FRANCE, of Mr Thiers 'llisloiio da Consult! el d? -TIic Ktnp, prior to. lib dnpaiture from P Empire' A' partnership fund amounting R,, for Trepnit and England, ;isaoed an . rof'nnn.f , -n.ttnnn .1 ii. 'rilonnnnre dated Lmi. .Oct. -1, granting a to 025,000fra.nc(e4 1,000 .toiling) p,-rdoll , rtfly poilicill pri,ollera. moilly it soems, provided for the payment or the belonging to the Republican party, in copyright and expenses, and the society chiding several who havo been condemned provisionally formed some years ago, was to Imprisonment or transportation for vari o receive si regular working organization. P odg of from six or twenty years. . .v . , , , , , , I ho Frencli opposition papers attribute wucu me...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 November 1844

DREADFUL TRAGEDY. Mr.Apvai.Kj Oct. 22, 1811. On Friiiny week the 4th inet. Mr Kelsy of UiHineaiil township, Crawford county, left hit huitsc ostcnwibly fur ilio purti.ic ol visiting a neighbor. lie did not return thai n iiflit or ihn next morning, when his wife heiaine Hlnrined for his safety mill a search vviin instituted by 80IHO nf the neighbors, who sunn found him, a siorl distance from bin bonne, with his throat cut, razor still in his hand, and life not quito extinct. He wan carried lioinn and was still living at our lust accounts. The worst part, of the tragedy, however, remains to be told. Wo learn that an im pression got abroad, that ho had been linlu cud to commit the rash act by suspicion" ol tin wife's fidelity. This information cans td his wife great uneasiness, am! she told neutral persons she would not survive the imputation ngainat her ehasiity. She car rti'd lier threats into loo faiihlul execution. She was missed on Tuesday morning the 1 5'h insl., and was soon aft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 November 1844

iHWtngiii'mMMti J" au ia i-ti 1 - DR. PRANKLIN IS CONGKESS- When Hie Declaration of Independenri was under (lie consideration of Congress there were two or ihife iinliicky rxprespioiu in it. which i;nve ofTen'-e. to some of tin members. The wnrds -Scouli ami oihc auxiliaries,' excittd the ire of a (retitlctnai. or twn of thai coun'ry Severn strictures in tlm conduct of the Hiiliah King in negntiv ing our repealed repeals of the law whirl pcrmiled the importation of slaves, wen disapproved by some southern genilernei whoso reflections were not yet inatiired ti 1he full abhorrence of that traffic, Allimug). tli c offensive expressions were fmmetli.itc! yielded, those gentlemen continued their dr. predaiinns nn other pails of the instrument. 1 was sitting by Dr. Franklin, rvlio per reived that I wast not insensible to llio mu illations. 'I have made it a rule,' said he. whenever it is in my power, to avoid be coming the draughtsman of papers to be reviewed by a public body. I took on l...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 November 1844

I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thorn Jolfcrgon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VBBIO BLOOMSRURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, P A.f S AT UK. DAY, NOVEMBEIi 9. 1844. Ht :Vtiniticr 9o OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT crF03iTi: fir. Paul's Oinincir, Main-kt i -)lUMBLU)EMOCnj)Tunbt t shed every Saturday morning, ut V U'lJ nui.hJiuci per unman payuutt hulf yearly in advance, or Two Dollun Fifty Cents,if not paid within thcyeai. Aro subscription will be taken for a shorter perioi than nix monlhss'no'r any diseon- linuance. pe.rmincu,uniii an arrearage. are discharged Jini'EllTISEMUXS not excerding a square will be conspicuously inserte.dat One Uollurjar tiivjtrst utnv insertions, and Twent'ii-five rents for every subse qnent nscrtion. ?i7v liberal discount made to those who ndvirlhe by the years Lt: J rJco aaaressea on vusiness,musi be post paid. POETfS Yo1 THE POOR AND THE RICH. by JAjir.s iius3i:l lhut.ll. The lich man's son inho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 November 1844

ij'nrv,or knew 4ml of i'. Afirr a month spent in Mm rMtitlet pursuit, he rcsolv til 10 return home. lie callcTl on his bookseller to on nnnnco Iris Intention. To this irontlc man he hid lately confided his serrcts,& lie alone at all the wot Id knew Vernon the orator1 10 bo the anonymous popt. They were siilim; conversing in 1 1 1 b.ick room, commanding a view of 1 It (bop and street, when a carriage drm rapidly to the door, and a lad) 's ham parsed through the window, to a liveiiei feivan', 11 packet, which tvm immedi atily brought birk to tho proprie tor. A fair lady's behest to bo obeyedit once,' he said laughingly, bieuking t In envelope and iher fell out .1 letter nil diessod lo Vi rnnn from his iinktiowi tmTrespondenl. There was no mistaking the handwriting. He seized his hi. I have found the clu.e, 'he exclaimed,' 'yoi. shall hear fiotn me again,' am' before iho bookseller could recover U ourprise, Vernon was in the street. Th carriage was just turning a corner whei he 11 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 November 1844

COLUMBIA COUNTY Presidential ELECTION K E TURNS. NOVEMBER 18'M. ( Official.) I'OLK OlAY Illnnm, 213 220 Hrier creek 270 ISO Cniiawissa 108 104 Deny "280 05 Fishing creek 108 33 Franklin 01 03 (JrnonwoD.l 108 100 Ilemlnrk 138 'Oil .Ln-kson 00 4 Liberty 183 07 Limestone 100 33 Mahoning 214 217 Monteur 112 40 M film 207 02 ,M',.linn 221 72 Mi Pleasant 03 35 Or.nge 142 02 I'axlon 128 10 11 infill 1 creek 238 138 Sogarlnuf 105 31 Valley 82 08 3370 1738 Polk' majority, JG'?12. 1 WBW9M CANADIAN A.FFAIRS. The election? whirl) have juM terrni rinieil fot the. Provincial P .rli.nneni fhuw :m cviilrnt majority for I he cm -..ivalive infliience mill ihc policy ol SrChBilert Mutolfi;. The MontiesI Herald, one nfthe organs of Su L'h irlc, fliiifn'S I he members alu-ady rcturn. as 2S ""onservniive, 11 Knlical and S rloubtful, while, the Pilot, nil nppoiiin paper, places the lesnll 2(1 Reformers. lSToriiP, and 1 douhifijl. The Qiebei Gazctlo consider Ihc e.ltdion of Di Wolfred Nelson in the coun'y ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 November 1844

A GHOST STORY. A few fl'.v sinco our doorkeeper (a now servant) ronifiUiiiril thsl he mil only could not sleep, but ihat lie never slept sinco his arrival moiu limn a few minute? at a time, and tint never could sleep oonsiienilv with liia duly unless the 'effect should be destroyed. He added, that lie came up ffv ni(jht"iiHo tlte upper galtfry leading t ,,r sleeping rooms, sir' ' t r lie found r tiif'ire I I m v e meiJitwtfil, walking inund hikI roinitl tin' tnl!f ry ! fil concluded will 'mi mixtntt request tlixt inv brother would i. rmiH nt Hie phttniotn, say iny i , i .t. hue t,ltas hewi destroyed hi i "h ni' I fiffnMii .Mv urott i-r . .t- ir.'))i-dl, provide'! ilie i'l. ti'ii'"-t bull nor final' shot, v s sod i iiii.'.fiHRt-d, and iva found . i i'.c iii'td, thai ihe doorkeeper was wait' ng t" ascertain whether tho spectie were a saint or ft ikvtl, and had, tharelore, resolved la question hiili at) the ensuing nighljbefore no fired. The niitfit came, and it -vas one of uniisiml dd...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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