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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 November 1844

The Columbia D niui u' lie tin I havo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form pr Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JolTeraon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Volume VIII. BLOOMSKURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBBU 1G, IVu miter 30o OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT irroaiTc St. Paul's Church, Main-st TERMS : The. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT mil br published even Saturday morning, TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two hllan rijiy ucnis,ij not puiu iviiain incycui Vo subscription will be taken for a shorter "m 1 than uix months: nor any aiscon i" r? nrr mil led, until all arrearages rLd. K.VES not exceeding iiipiiimusly inserted at 'i Fflums iiiienl nscrtion. VZJA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,mu be post paid. POETRYo THE LOST SHIP. II V MISS I.AXUON. Drrp in the silent waters. A thousand fathoms lo'v, A gallant ship lies perishing She founded long tgo. There are pule sen-flower wreathing Aroun...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 November 1844

Mini jhin i i j 'iiJ n. i jrJU". MISSOURI IRON MOUNTAIN. The following is an extract from a report of Prof. Sil imar.'i Ltctuic at IV Haven. lie recently made a mtnci nlogical tour in Mioiri, it the instance, we believe, of a l.'oston Company. There are two of theso iron inoun i.in he said, ailuitcd not far distant from each other, and iorty or fifty inile west of Mississippi. One of them wa. About 700, and the other something more than .100 feet in liHRhi,i. c. above the level ot the surrounding plain. The Iron with which they abound is a pni oxyde thus constituting a very rich ore of iron. As you approach either wf iheso mountain, and before you pi-t to them, you find lumps and masses of this form of iron, scattered much life 1h atones of New England. Advanc ing you Cud the masses in larger nun hem and greater size, and so on up the tnountains till you approach their sum miK where vou find one vait cannine .1 . 4 r .1 . , to the mountain oft use lion rocks and .... - Blones, Whose...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 November 1844

DESTRUCTION OF THE NESTOM AN MISSION. - ,, i ...lin.irif inlpltiirenm i no -.mowing h..-"... wnr.opy from the New York American. Tho edl.nrs say that the Ic.u-r ts from a reliable source- Fxl rue', from u Idler, dated CoNSTANTINon.H, August 28, 1811. 1 write in great haslc, lo inform you that tlic mission at Uroomiali, nan neon i.rnUwii no fthe schools being discontinued) M . .1... U .lien. lliiilliavlvi-M. Willi mar I)V lllu 1 COUM laiia .---i Yohtniiu, (the Hishop who visiteti mo u, Slates) t Uicir head. Man) reasons are usKigniid, but there is a report which ronies from an authoritative source, that ilm Nestorians often begged to have their Si riptures printed for ilium, but instead, the missionaries are continually making and ...iniinir books of their own, and are al ways preaching to them about leaving oil" heir fasts &!. Mar Shimon, (the I'.ilri nrih.) savs they shall be expelled fiooi the iiiuiiry. 'This which follows is ihe exiiact Ifnin his letter : We would farther mak...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 November 1844

A HAMPER. A correspondent of llie Now Haven Oourior, writing from S.tchcm's Head, were he has been rusticating gives the following amusing arrounl of nn adventure whieh occurred within hi hearing whii there: Upon my arrival al litis place, I nolired n pretty girl who, from her youthful appear nnce and manners 1 supposed to he a can didate for matrimony. She was acenm panied by a voting brother and a sister rather older than licrself. In the course ol the afternoon a handsome am! well dressd man of about thirty, alighted from a carriage and entered the house. Hetween the two strangers an instant and friendly recognition took place, mutual inquiries were made Tim! answcTed tonccr'nine each othei's Iicallh, family, iic, 1 left the long separa led lovers together! Tot such 1 at once surmised them to be, and strolled Blong brown and black legs a white color, dcx trrnusly remove the cornea when thicken ing upon the eye, and cause that incura ble diseaso, the spavin, to disappear for ftw d...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 November 1844

The Columbia Demo ffS if .. I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.' Thomas Jo.TcrBon H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume Till. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1844. IVtiBiiIicr ;$j0 OFFICE OF THE DEMdCRAT orpnsiTK St. Paul's Church, Main-st. TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMQCRATwill be published every Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annum payable fifty Lcnts,iJ not paid unllnn the year Aro subscription will be taken for a shorter period than 3ix months: nor any discon tinuance permilted,until all arrearages are aiscnargta. AD VER T1SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinsertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrlion. tiZPA liberal discount made to those, who d'lvi rtise by the yean LETTERS addressed on business',nms be post paid. POETRYo The Den (I. The dead arc evprywheic ! Thf! mountains Mile, thp plainjthc wand profound; Al...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 November 1844

-.2 ; J '.'L- -usm- . (OOI.NbbS. Jfy Hon. Stimutl Slick. for the Saturday Catiritr. OurTierrtipighhor was Srtuiro Pelrg SahUwd; well; the old Squue anil his fan:, h," nvjj nil obl'liem the mot 'uwftil passion Jiv folks that e"fr livcdi W'hm they rlmsc, nil Ihrn Ihev.euultl Uen w Ihrir Ipmner.' imd be ai con m ntlutrtimvsj ha eiieiimbi r. One, tuyhl old Ptlrg, us-be rvas bidlrd.tuldi .!:!::,r;"::,:!::::,,,?!i:r.o,,l'l ,,77, " Vj . 'A burTilog wuuldiaw, Squire, in wood mi-, . ...whv. .ne u.gcsi sues, uiai one can I'. - - : ..I .1... 1 . .!.... .1 ... Kind nr riirry. It lakes a stout jnny ul a bu) 1 Well ns snnn as Oucom goes to fetch tlie log, the old Squire drags forward the coal, and fixes the fire so as to (rave a .bed l'.,r!i mS,..J. C. i.l ... . .., ...... . ....... ...... ,... .p are. Tnrnt.ly i, rflinm ....oa, .vt.lt n ..... , . ,err ..... ...i throws lin. Uncle Pelrg gotno.uiHiL, In-tiex-rtid wind, but jitt -w:ed hM riilm1 ".vliio, and gave him b'iiium n awful whip Ifiin He un...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 November 1844

U.'S. SENATOR . 1 - - . Wt were Biirnriaei to Httthe article m tho.llarrishiiri' Argue,' referred to ii the following Ooiiimunic.aliun fto.n tho Wilkes tiiirrp Parmer, anil werfl1 Unui to reply id It, whrn our ve Ml'upon this utile alul juat defence of the inlerem id the Northern Dp tnncrac.v. We say sti rprinnl, because wi ' think the West has lipreloforo had innr than her share incited out to her. of ill important nfllccs, while the "utieonqucrabli iJeinncracy of lite North," has often "bat tied the storm," and saved the party from tlpfeat and overthrow,, receiving nothing in ieturn.bat ihe consriousness of having dnm her duty, and tliP privilege of sustaining ful some high office, nl the West or South gentleman refilling in nno of ihc strongest whig counties in ilie.Siaie. it is now linu ihpreforo that the 'Democracy of iho Noril should luke care of hprself, and appropriate in hor own sons, sonic of the honors of tin tii'.tury gained by her devotcdness to tlir cause. Mote especia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 November 1844

Jacob nuil the Doctor. Dr. B. iwl 'o rrWta iomf humnroua an 'cJole o an accentrlc character who lived in.iht old Granite State. Thia imlivUlunl id theDoCtrM.had atj'tiinl way n tlrawine ou hU worils.nd the grave manner which 'nealway atsumrd, enough no cxr.iic ltie afliililte of a nlc. On a certain dm a number flf individual hail awmWfil a the villas corner to drink, eliat, w lionet, AYc, whr-n suddenly this curious nriirinal ma'de hit appearance, anil ateppini? Up to an old acquaintance, taid'lre, Mr. S, can't you lend me your horse a little whl!eV "'How long do you want liim'' taitl tha owner of the animal. 0, otlly uTew minute,"' responded thr, tho atrange genius. Very well, very well, thank you. sir.' replied our brave hero; as Tie mounted the nimble animal and trotted away towards the habitation ol Doctor U , a nnted phv sician, who had recently moved into town On arriving at the Dr's, he inquired of a a voting man al wor1 near the door. Is the doctor at home?' He it over to Mr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1844

he Columbia " I liavo swor 'Io' the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JclTeriOn II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. oJimic VIII. COLUMBIA. COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1844. rViunltcr 32o 1 OFFICE k0F THE DEMOCRAT imsitk St. Paul's Ciiuncii, Main-st. TERMS : the CO I. UiMMJl DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at 7'H'O DOLLARS ner annum mnabli It n If yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents,if not paid within the year ' subscription will be taken for a shorter pcriuu man six momns; nor ami discon .......... .?i ii iiuuiiiiL jiLi iuuitu,iuuii an arrearages are discharged. l 1) I 'Ell T I SEMENS n ot cxreedin g a iqnarc will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinscrlions, uml Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. tCjp-Jl liberal 'discount made to those who whirl isc by the years 'JITTERS addressed on buslness',must be post paid. POBTRYo From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1844

XBHii'l.lt. BU1-J-. H ..lUtL COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT. M'f.l i. vile it sohler rriVfve't fron KJiiiWVVJi-S"!! - tnsiik "f IrAJieift won iiS'tfk'tfi't in the H'.' ' ! And hubiltt RSW'wVl oiUVn tlrfy In European snvpi phiis. hV tVeviTt nf ItH own itwiirit "iir'ii on ihe field i.r iMitle, where ho h 'HCf'llllfH. iltll'lrHMIi ll''''"'tl f"H nf V(tl )-.'. HJri nil 1 fi, iff i ( ' 'lie li'ilt lieVitci t (. - i , ? . G ''I'Tiil Arm r " i.-!1'"Hi hi t 'fii''t unsupported , y ryety ;ji.h(i ri"iijjh to lead his r:in .I 't'1. -igntlld n of s ivajes, until Okii nil .iVtl.?nn nllivd n retrea'ing rPiuiein,& iriied & tlie fortune of tin ''. Aftei mpriil AruiiUMiiJ (ihh 'h (iialo) and rno' of iris turn verr flu" down ny tin gun, m "liiir"n'i?rt'Yll exlinruiirtifii lill animated the little iehiiutit to irml?iiin the battle. It ww the recollection of such deeds, doubile.n, that prompted the vcnerahle hero oT . Iermit.ige to signalize a me vim hi m frTetid am! cnmtmninii in anm in Ihe mini her so 'v...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1844

J,,I V i m "mum wiTiiocT rr.ijt 1 Iijm-Jrjiber ltiI'riti'fcir. ,s V:iiiAT COHN Jtt E 'UUtK--Ai V!n45AT,JTSVOOtf)';tiri!l.e re- Jfl vlrtl for'rrebfs doVds fdf gujigcriptlpn. ' AUo a feV bushels' of J OTAI OES df deliveied a.oon-. . From those who have promised Lumber inrh kjkI inch mil a quarter 'pine bbai'd will be rerei vet) if delivered soon. "' V ' ' DEMOCRATIC";. CELEBRATION.'. AT BLOOMSBURG 'THE friends of POLK, DALLAS and 611 UNK of CulumbU, and tlia adjoining c.uuntics,ire invited to attend, Ht the hottso of Charles DoeLlcr, in Uloomsburg, on Thursday, December 5, 1844. t Democratic Cclebralion.to commemorate the Iuto glorious Victories achieved by the Democracy of the Stato and Nation. C-A DINNER will be provided, and the 'Great Gun,' will be made to speak on tho occasion. MANY DEMOCRATS. November 28, 1811. FRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY. The mcmbors of this Association, and all others wishing to become members, arc requested to meet at the Athentoum in Market street, on this (Sa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1844

the BBc rati I aire At n recent meetinif of the democrats o1 Newark; New Jersey, Mr. Melville con eluded his spe-eeh with the following dceph intcrrsting account of his visit to the 'Her milage.' After glancing t the provable result nf the contest in the various Slate:, and icfet ring to the brlllhnt prospect which was pre sented of the speedy triumph of democratic principles, Mr. M. then gave some inter rstlng details of his lato tour in the West, in the comae of which, he spoke of an in terview which he had with the Hern ol the Ilei milage. lie saids And now 1 como to speak of Tennessee tho 'home ol the hickories:' That's a Stale woith talk ing about on many accounts its slrik it g physical features and great natural resources the chivalry and patriotism of lis men and the beauty of its daughters. I can lei t you that the bachelor who goes there has an ordeal to pass throned, which 1, for one, could hardly venture upon again Cheejs and lauchter Why, here if a gentleman offers his ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1844

1 have sworn upon tho Altnr or God, otorual hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over the Ml ml of Man." Thomas JoUcmon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND IPKOPEIETOH. VoUiuue Vill. SiLOOMSIDURW, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATJJEtllJAY, DKCEMRRBl 7, 1844. Number 33a OLTICK OF THE DEMOCRAT ori-osiTi: St. Pawl's Ciiuiicii, Main-st TEP.MS : The COT.UMIU'JI DEMOCllJTwiU b published every Saturday morning, al TIl'O 1)0 L I. Ji IIS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar J'ljty tent s,ij not paid wit tun the year Vo subscription will be taken for a .shorter period than nix months: nor ami discon tinuance, permit teU,until all arrearages are Uiseiiargul. finVIiRTISEiMEXn. not cxcee.dinn square, will lie conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. CT"fl liberal discount made, to those, who advertise by the years f. UTTERS addressed on businvts,mus be post paid. POBTRYo TO MAItY. I1Y S. D. ANDIIIISONJ. My love for thee ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1844

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of . Representatives of the United Shites Wo have 'continued cause for express ins our ?ral)(t-da to tho Supreme Ruler of the Universe lor he ucnenis ami blessings which our country,, under hi 4-iHd 'Providonce, has civjnyod during '(ho nasi year. Notwithstanding Iheexcit irtg scenes thro"1 which we have passed 'nothing has occurred to disturb the con 'eral peace, or to derange the harmony df our'polrtical system. The great mor ml sncclacle has been exhibited of a na lion, annroximating in number to 20, HDOO.000 of people, having peiformoil tho high and impottant function of elec ting their Chief Magistrate for the teini of 'four veare. without the commission of any acls of 'Violence, or the manifes ialion of amrit of insuborbhmlwn to tho law. The crcal and inestimabl Tight of suffrage, has been exercised by all who were invested with it, under 'the laws of the different States,in aspire 'dictated sllono bv a desire, in tho selec lion of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1844

fries, when ndopfetl in like 'manner by lie wovornmcnf or Texan. In order tU&l hc euhjer iriny bo full v presenretl in all t licari dl's, he cnrtngiion dence which has aken place, In reference to It, iin n Hih adjournment of Congress, be ween Me United tstute, IVnus, and Mex u:u, i herewith tranamitetl. Tup mnondinenw proposed by ho Scnat t he Oonvenion rnniluded between lie iJuireti aues and Mexico on ho aoli ol November, 1813, have been r.iiismicd lintild be imposed (ban sto ncccdsnry for an eeonominai aumiislrouon of the Govern menlf and that whatever exist beyond, Hhould bo reduced or modified. This doc trine docs in no way conflict with the exer no of n sound discrimination in tho selo-? don of the articles to bu taxed, which a dim regard to the publiu weal would at nil limes Miggesl to iho Legislative mind, ll loavc the range of selection undefied; and such 'election should always bo made with an M'o to the groat interests of tho county. hrongh our Minister, lor ho concurr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1844

1 Prom th Lady's Book ttcrofc- Women of America TUB LADY AND TUB AKKOWS. Among the American Ladies who have tlietingiliahcd -tfiomsel vca in the rourso of uor Revolutionary war by tlie sacrifice til "self-interest to the public welfare, none if more celebrated than Mrs. Jamb Motlr, of Carolina. Tho action by which sho saeri fined her own properly to tho demands of patriotism, was en graceful, so generous and free, thaTlt nan occasioned her praises to bo celebrated in all the histories of the tio'.e. Tho incident took place in tho year 1701. when General Greene and ihn active partisan officers. Lee. Marion and Sump Irr, were ilispuling with Cornwallis and llwdon, the possession of the Carolina Tho first battle 8l Oamilcn had already been fought, when tho celebrated sicgo at Fori Motto look place. Tho now mansion house of Mrs. Motie, altuated on a high and commanding hill. somn distance above tho junction of Watetee mid'Congcreo, had been made the depot of. 'the convovs from Charlesto...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1844

I havo sworn upon tho Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyrauny over the Mind of Man." I'homis Jefferson Volume Till. JSLOOIMSmJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECE3IBRR 14, 1844. .Vmiilier 34 o OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orp.)3ixu Sr. Paul's Cituncn, Main-st. The COL UhllUJl DEMOCRAT will b, published .every Saturday morning, al 7'H'O DOLL.UHS per annum payabli liinf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars PiJ'y Cents,! not paid within tlicyiat. i'o subscription will betaken for a shorter jvi iuii limn rfi.t inuuiHx; iwr any uiscoif tinuance pcrmilted,unlil all arrearage! urc uisr.nurgtu. il DVE JITISEMEXS not exceeding tqitare will be conspicuously inserted al One Dollaror the first three inserlioni. uit'l I wcnlu-tive cents lor even suusc iuent nsertion. XCPJl liberal discount mil te to those uio alvrrtise by thcyears LI; I Af6 addressed on liusiuess,niusl be post paid. POETRYo From the New Haven ltcgii.lr. tC7We republish the following good old .iing of Jefferson mitl Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1844

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. BSCS BR It, 19 t.EL&BllA'ftbN On Thu'rstly. December S? 1544,'lhe democracy bt"ColutHuia epuniy.cnlebra. 'ted Ibe laic HiUMbh 6f the parly . in the election of Jamea K. Polk it George 'M. 'Dallas.for President nJ Vice President -at the United Slates, and Francis R. Bhunk for Govt rnor of Pennsylvania, jy a public dinner, at the houyeof Ch tfoebter, in Bloomsburfc. A large com pany tat down to an excellent and boun- lifulrepsit. and the cloth being remov ed, the company was organized by ap 'iOrlN ROBISON, President. 'Cot. L. L. Tats. J. Fncit.'tiAAC S. Monroe, Robert iloNTCOMEBY,.UcoD 'Demott, Daniel SsrDCB, Vice PieS 1dent. ,S. Pcrtrte, lP S. JtAvtlpton, Secro tun s When the follnwing toasts were dronfk t.cconvpanied by the hearty-cheers of the ,'eomjiaWV. 'C. fchler The 'Democratic Victory Ave'fcelebrate. We hail it as a ftlorious fridrnph of' truth and virtue, over decep lion antl'vice. Weavdr Cot&mbla county. The 3tar of the North.' She has shown at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1844

WfJWUJT!!tty 'XnUTII WiTUOCT riAIl s.iriinttJV, dec, ll iwii ?i:inciiihcr (he 1'i'intci. WHEAT CORN in K HULK W HEAT OATS or WOOD uill be re ccived fur rtelils title us fur subscription. AUn n few bushels of 1 OTA'I OKS if delivnicd soon From iIiuho who have promised Lumber nch mill in cb rnl quartet pine burnt! will bo received if delivered soon. fj-Thc COl.UMJJA COUNTY TEMPER. ANCE SOCIETY will hold in Annual Conven jiou In the German Chutch, llloomsburg, on Thursday, the 2d of January, 1815. As mailers of somo moment will bo before the Poiiciittcn, t is desjrablc that there should bo a full dcloaiion. Edftois in the county will ploaso publish the above no'.lce. J. HA.MSEY, JACOIJ KINNKY, SucKi.TJiuxsY TEMPERANCE MEETING. The tmeieiy will Imlil n nerting on Sat lirtl.iv, iilit day of December nlearly run die hu'it. in the Preshy teriuii Church. Air Mo-teller has been nppnintt'il by the soeien lo cl e 1 1 v r a lecture ni that Urn"; anil olhci speakers iimv likewise be expected, ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1844

l'liim ilif Si. Louis itovcilic. MOUNTAIN LIFE. iVtrtniSci or niriUM. ciiinm.i. is Tim jkow I'oor Tom's tcoW-Shaktpeart. Strange ami dangeroui adventures hilo ties of moujHful inlrresl, wild nn! slartlinn tale of trial, privation, miseiy, bravery feasting, failing, figluing. scalping, adverse liansitions, revelry, rivalry, &c, all ruiw ing in fresh ami viviil colors, may be pick cJ up by any boily who will carry a hook ami pencil in his pocket, thick as black berries, among tho men of ihe mountain; ami the wblle wanilerers of Ihe Wilderness Our present skelcli will embody a true an rr.tlotc of the sufferings of a poor mnunuin ccr, by the name of Carrafol, who in tin winter of 1812, wis buried alone, under a frightful snow storm, and nearly pciish Carrafel, was sent out from Furl Platte on Laramie Ford, in February, on an iin jwrtant express message to the (Jhayenne Indians, then located on Cliayenne river. or stream of some Hole, thai assisted swelling ihe erand current of the M...

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