ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Columbia Democrat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,770 items from Columbia Democrat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,770 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1844

The Columbia Demneraf. "I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jelforaon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR U Volume VIBI. BLOOMSBUR, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBERS 1844. M i OPFIUE OF THE DEMOCRAT oihmsiti: St. Paul's Ciiuiicii, Main-st. TEP.MS : The COT. UMlUJi )E ill OCIM Twill be published every Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLUUlSpe.r annum payable h nl f yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within theytuu iVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than aix months; nor any discon tinuance permit ted,unlil all arrearages are discharged. JlDl'EItTl SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inscrtcdiil One Dollar for the first thrccinsertioni, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. liberal discount made to those, who a-lvirlise by theycars f.KTTERS addressed on business,wuxt be vast paid. t i ii ' POBTRYo From Graham's Mtignzine. THE MINIATUKE. nV MIIS. ...

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. — 21 December 1844

MTU AM) IMPORT A. NT FROM MEXICO. Tiwirrrcion in the Country ,mcrici AJuntter demanded hut Pu$i port Tne Sohtbern mil liriuus now' fi inn Mi xiro which is highly impnr ant Id the United Sla'e. The slTaits oi Mexico bee,in to wear a purl e ti I ou , av pect, ami rumor of irwmeciion. null i. tlifllciiliy with the . Amrrican Minitif iiic rife io Now Orlean. It w eve aruflicrjMia,i Santa Aiuih has lift-i o-verllfiuvYa, s nt Mr. Shannon hml de- ft in tnmilcjhis pis'pnrt anil w-h on hU- ic I . ... ..... .... .l...u.i. :uiicse rrpiMi ic umiii'ii- aigerareii.tur itiev me not connr men ii ho papers Which weir- biottuht Ui,N- ()i leans by the English Irigale SpaiUn dpt. Elliot". By these il appeals thai Mt. Shannon our Minister ihoimhl proper to renion. slrale with the (pvrnment upon the rmbj-ot of the projected invasion of Tex m. ilw compl.nntii Were received with m very lud gricr, and tlie .Mexnin Mm iU'r replied to Mr. aninuuti that t h United S'jtcs h id itutliinu haie.ver to do with tho ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1844

DREADFUL TRAGEDY. Txj- Munich and one Suicide. Tito Katun. Ohio, Register of ihn 8Jih.nU. relate fullowinr; inM terrible ' irjily. Mr. Elam Sieveiuriii, a respectable fantinr oI'Darkn rnttniy. lenlilftiti, Mmtn 0 uiilo unnh of Oreunville, Ohio, was murdered whilst asleep, with aniuli 'r member ol hii fnnily? on Firday night lat, II u retired l i bed us usual, in peace mid quiet, with' his win? and children. A' ;i late hnnr of thu night, as supposjd. .when ill o liusb nml nd child roil hull fallen n1eep, the wife arose from her had, and having adjusted her chilliing, sullied foith, procured ;in axe. and returning with the same stealthily ap proached tho bed of her xtreping cnnipan inn, and raising the deadly weepon sunk ii deep into liia skull rut and mangled him hiiriibly. causing immediatu death. She thfn went to tlie bed of the slumbering .children a small biy nnd girl and re Hewed hei work of deslrm'tinn. The head cif the liitln buy was almost M'vercd from Ida body supposed in ha...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1844

in li'clnnd. Tho followinrj story was told us by si Mend who wiclies fm iho liuih of tin' Btalemcnt. During ho lasl sutnmci, itrnllcmnn who ii a cotton nlanter in the 9 Stale of Georgia, and somewhat of an rx enntrin renins, helm fascinated wilh the o description of Gal way, an givtn by the X cetious Uharlcs O'Malley, detetmiiied to inspect personally the bread of the Micky Fees and Haby Makes on their native bills. Having shinned his sea island for Liver pool, he jogged along to New York, nnd took passage in one of the packets. After making the necessary airangcmrnis wnli his factors, tie started fur the Emerah'. Ile. Out pecuniary nationalities soon made him known, and he became quite a lion; cure oRouch be found a perfect cininiertiait of Miss Dab', and fun he had to hu heart's content; hi letter of credit in the nrighbor Ing bank, together wilh his high fniuhed education, established hint in the hprt of tho family, which excited the irascibility ul some of the consigns who held ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1844

-''I'!l!!P0,Lll!RlUar nf ctcr'liU """"llty to evory form of Tyranny over tl.e Mind of Mi.--Thoma Jclfcr.on Volume VIII. OFHt'E OF TUB DHAIOCKAT orp.i3.ri: .Sr. Paul's Ciiubch, Main-bt TERMS : 77 09. mililJi KWOCIlATwil he i a u IK) I. LA US pKr annum mutable li'irf yearly in advance, or 7'ivo Jolan '''.I'll Ccnts,if nut paid within the yea, Yo subscription will he taken for a shorter period than :nx months: nor mm d tsrnn ....,.,t,,iC inrmiiicu,uniil all arrearages are discharged. Jinrr.IlTISKMJlXS not e.veer.dinq a sJJirc will lie. conspicuous,, inserted u, One Dollar for the Jim three insertions, and wcntifioc cents for even, svh.se ijuent userion. cj.0' liberal discount made 'o those who wlu i lis l,u H, (.U TTERS ndlrcnscd on bus'iiiess',musi i'c jusi paid. POKTRYo WINTER IS COMIXG. IiV D O C'OI.KSWORTIt U'mlrr is ruining cnlt mil drear Sep e the poor around? Oh, when the wiailifiil -norm's parecr, Ami 'now o'erspreads die ground, Will ?p noi tnl;p them by the baud? ' Of id die ...

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. — 28 December 1844

would forgive mc I could led o bcoui of peace. 1 lil "o 'l )'01! hj,J remainnl If'ie lo ilic vow fiom which I to ma.ltv released you. 1 came. They Hold ine'ihat CUr Oalville was on or phai and still unmairieil. !) not ta) that you are not mi fur my sake. Oh, if you knew how I cling to that on cousolaiion. Clara, gay hut once ilia you have not ceased to love im Si) thabeven now you do not hale mo, am I will die content." Howard Reynolds," she replied from my childhood I have loved yon and only j on. You have acted talil) nnd 1 loigive you; you have suffered am 1 -nitv Vou." 'God bless ynu forevei !' he ciied. 'Now leave me, Clara, fur I have m strength to go from you.' She museum! extended her hand. Ha grasped H, pressed it lo his burning foiehead, and then -Hung It iram mm cciiiiiii.n row go while i am able lo see you de iiart .' She fell that hit reason was unsettled, and turned away agonizing with griel, ond fear and ciushing of h.er last am dearest hone. Who can declaie tlx ngony...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1844

The IVmi 'it )VorkExncdiHmts ''Business, Tho lljfflmnro American has Iho following pn rora respecting ui biisiiis transaction by means of I he fciW mneHc I oU giaph. "List eventnu , Msr8 Tarpon & tPieslon. hooks" Hern, whoso establish .moot tiiljiiins lite LVec ni'.M m lie I el eciujili (Jllii'K wirf fl'keil by a prison i N' i m uton , (liruiit!.ll llio Tdi'r aph , u puce of ce.il.ini bo iks, A'l .niwar w.i(- rciiifiieil in a few niliiu'es, which proved it f4cory . An order for llu hooks wis ihe resnl'jim! Ihey were cle patched by t ho train of ctr.t which left Ihonn after for Va.shioitoii. All I hit, tv.is dune in the space of a few mi miles', with a- much accuracy and triiisf clioi lo thi puichaset us if he. had been pies cut." . j Well may it be mimed as a curious fad j that there is no English pronouncing die nonary, compiled by an Enj'lijhmaii. Sie pheii Junes was a Welshinnn, Sheridan ; w.is an Irishman, and Walker whs a Scotch man. The oilier dictionaries aro confined mor...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1844

'i'hc Unrated Bubble I. HINT TO Mil. 1UMr.ll. Th" min.1 of mortal, in pcMersene slron?', InbiufJ .vithdiro docility the wm hj. llAMhtun. Who but remembers to hsVe seen, henrd rr rend oouielliiiig nf tint arcal impnsicr, J n,ina S"Micoie; she Who could barefac. Jiv iri ihai it was her Inland divin commission to give birth In lliu Messiah. tl'.H.So-i of Ciod! ami by Icarrcss siidnritx seduce thous jni'ls to become hrr follower? Speakitl? of this impostor, brines to miml a s ur'-.ifch we teincuibor to have heiird fro a 0 adthcrilic source. I' s Joanna's doctiine, that all who be Sieved in her should never fall vieiiins to deii'i; but tint thoy should bi severally called for and carried to heaven hy an anqel. One of hSr proselytes was the wife nf a hard laboring, honest man, who lived In the vitiinity of Manchester. Onn tinttatly did this wrtmsn harangue her unbe :mu!t,P, liev'me luiiband about her ne religion, His breakfast was disturbed ov the relation of her ridiculous drpam; dinner ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1845

4 - a I In PIP 1 s s v m 4 m ma m $Ml mWwt P mm lily 1 CD S I have iwora open (ho Altar ef Ond, eternal hoitlllty to every form at Tyranny over the Mind of Mn,"-.Thuri Jiulonion II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 1 Volume VIII. HLOOMSIUTRO, COLITMHLV COINTV, PA. SATURDAY, .TAXITAKY 11, 1845. OFFICE OF TDK DEMOCRAT omaiTK Ht. Paul's Church, Mai.n-ci TERMS:. Tht CUr.UAJlM DEMOCnJlTu illb published ever; Saturday morning, 'WO nOjJuiS jirr annum payable 'tf Mfftrhi in aitvnner. nr '1'irn Dnllnrs ''y Cents, if not paid within thtyrui Hi., i . i.l.iL.. ...... -..,1 i.. fiin" 01 at'1 "or uncoil jPt per mil ted, until ull arrearage ' iTlSEMEXS not exreedinsr o On. if beconsnirinmsltj inserted in mi, p"'fr the. first three insertions. nuent rents tor even mitse- ... H'yion. C7V? ; rttl Uscoun o 1 tt'lvrrthe by theyear LETTISH "jessed on business, must be posl ptty ' POKTiiY (ME DRUNKAKD'S LAMENT. Tana Home, Swecl Home. Br Col. Wallace. Mid sorrows and sadness I'm destined U r;i tn. Forlorn Si ...

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. — 11 January 1845

.on COKU.MBU PEMOCllAT. HLOO.MsSUrRO. JAN. II, 1815. '.THE.' ONI) BUI):) Nil lNVESt'llU ' ' TION; 1 v The Hixhop faund guilt y-t.The lnve lignhni in NewYrk, before the Hi "U - of Bifhops in relation in miiiu charges gainsi Bishop Omtordiink, hm terminaird '.mid. though the mdtrt of tin (hint itf riot been ulRii illy pvililislifil.il i said b:tt ibe'Hmuiip was fimii'l nil'y on ai tin tpeciuVniinns in llie presentment, ex'ep one, on which the testimony wu of I chancier ilml it could niMne entertained Vhevnw wtis eleven for finding nf'nuili) inl lis of 'not guilty.' ,The Court was n ftirt't yesterday, for the purpose of pronoun ting aenteure, ami then the Bishop wouh', liavg the privilege of Hating reasons ii; arrest of judgment. - li is desked by tin Biahnps wlui voted sgaiusl liim tlui IJikIio, Ondrrdonk would off r his resignation Bo tliiftrii is jaid, lie will not doi . The ffier.rle of the Bishops are delibe ra -ling oa llreir course It is almost derided by them tcVrall a conventi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1845

.Iriiohm, lij a rrncMiPil , It re Daily Advertise! .eeervt a to be noticed , lh(i, ,.y if en o , thai p'""1 nl y between ihe Ii o!,' and ll-iieon stiee',vvs poveifii , nung k.ier piiriiing their beau lull hazirdous spoil. As'lld''t announced thai one of them, an I ih liny of eight yeara, hail fallen in niong the broken ire. The repnri read instarily through 'h prow. I ol 'my, hilt, fur Ihe hundreds amusing Vrrulves there, the clanger wis too pal for sympity to p i"to action e youth, however, who, but a fvv ek before, hail found lii'nwe'f ir tin me pirilous eimnion a this lad, from hich he wa fortunate to ex'rieaie him 'f wiihoul help, for which he culled in m;laried forward alone, without hesi ion, to recne the sinking boy. The ,. i'ir Utile fellow in the water was sup 1 .01 1 i n ie himself by seizin upon ihe ic piece wfier piece of which broke in his nnxp Ida preserver hastened furw-ril over broken ice. till no foothold wa li ft for him. The fiin'iiened b y we incapable of secondi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1845

. WHAT AI 1. . Uaw Jr.J lh eloqua'ui pruelW o' 'hort patent lennonN,' nsvver. the bov question to thin wiae When I ak my' If the question 'Wh m I ?' it puzzles ine how 10 answer it. M iterially spnaking, I am lort of io 'Ci"i('i! nonrn'iiv a small barrrl of I h 11 l itttocl oil of no lt'iitf. thickened int sntn'ance ly a r p 1 1 1 1 1 1 . M y coming io rm Wl iv i il i col 'I co aim g world. Cnn. Ic'y Kueikina. ; I hitI compound ol plio&pliormi.v '" t mojtphei ic wind; I mot of you have, iUiibil;n,ioiin ag " discovered. Mechanically aoeakinn 1 fn (to old rlork, made, wound up and fl.)I in motion uniiie several yean (0 by iliu Gffd Clock' maUr of, th Universe fl was nude "o run 70 yenr-f t Uast; it if Fate and Fortune will ouly keep m I nier ''work in order, I alnll fxpeci to beep doing till my weight have run th fu'l length of their chord. Mortll) ()pkinif, I am in equal mixture of viot and vir ue - kind of vinegar ind mo. Iae tm-s. So Dicly ate ihev mixed toneitiei ibat the vine...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1845

IP - ., -a the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every furui of Tyranny over the Ml.id of, Man.'Thomaa JoJemon I have sworn upon Volume VIII. Ol'FlCE OF TUi: DGMOCKAT oi'iMMTK Sr. Paul's Ciintcii, Main-i The COT. UMIiM I) V. NOV 11 AT trill bt published ever; Saturday morning, at I'irii nnr i ins net nun inn lituuuu h.iif yearly in advance, or Two Dollar, Fifty Ccntsjj not paid within tlicyrut A'o subscription will be taken for a shorter mriad than niv months; nor ami discon tinuance pcrmitted,unlil all arrearages are discharged. ADVEIITISEMF.SS not exceeding a ; hp niDisiiiriiiiiislu inserted ut One hilar for the frst three insertions and Twent'ii-five cents for every subse ...i...;.,.! a,-?'.' libe ral discoun Imde to those, who aAvatise hi the year LETTERS addressed on busintss,mmt be. post paid. GOVEKXOU'S MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of Represcnta lives of the Commonwealth of I'tnn sylvania Fellow -Citizen : The term tt which niv e'ig'biliiy. as the Chief Exe cutive office...

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. — 18 January 1845

' I with ihr.pi oftreos ami conliion of th"' inmittitioiu, duiinn iho year, loReihe tvith his view I r.p'ctinR the improve tnenl of ihe school system and ihemoam to be adopted for lliat purpose. Il fifthly essential 1 -e success ol on ystem of coV.aiion, thti lha pptoprlj lion fiom Ihe Sutte should be fixed am permanent. Uncertainly in thisTespec is attended w th deleterious co. qnences, and productive of deranftenu'iii in Ihe practical operations of Ilia sys ttem. Whatever i calculated 10 promm. Ihe cause of popular education imvailh) your most flerious and earnest attention. On it depends, in in eminent drftie. Ihe honor of our Commonwealth, ihe, distinction and happiness of her duem nd the perfection and perpetuity of ou j)oliirajUnatitutin. The report of ihe A dj'iiant Genera' will be submitted to you. and will txhi hit pailiculna in relation to the nvliii system. During the last session nf the Legislature, an act wu passed to reduce Hire expenses of the militia syHem, and provi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1845

CAST 1U0N STEREOTYPE. The, foHowim notice of an improvement ir, mking stereotype platen in found in n lorein journal Expefiinentti have fur eume y urn hv.cn in proiiii'Mi, bully under tin mtpt rtnieudcnce of llf rr Dasite, Inspcrini ill Milieu at Kiln land, in iho Duchy oi Bii.ncwick, with h view in make cast Iron ns tin- cheaper and nnm durable milcrial, upplicuble lo the piepHration ol ;ercoiypi plan The micccsh ol ilii'fU experiments i iiiuMi'd h) lliu piihlieaiinu ol a cast iron Ktercotj po edition ol ihe H itlo pnhl (died ni Nnrdhuusoii iho piice ol which, will) inar gtnal reading!1, is 0 pgr , or 26 cents,' COTTON AND SUOAR' The notion crop of thfl United States Kccnily alhered il in generally admitidd in this south will reach l wo million live linn died thousand hairs The recent sngarcrop ol Louisiana will am Hint 10 nhout one him dred and eighty thousand Mills. At New Oilcan, the great marl fur these staples lances in price fiom 3 to 7 ccnlB and mij.ir from 3 to 4 centi per ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1845

ioivruY THIS TEMPERANCE HALL. Tusk "Rosin the Dean." Conn all yo line friends of ihe nation, AHetnl to humanity's call, dime aid in your couniry' snlvuiiin, AnJ loll on the temperance ball And roll on, fcc. Ye democrat come to the rescue, Ami help on the glorious cause, And millions hereafter will bless you, With heart cheering long of applause. With heait cheering song, ke. Cotre whig, bid adieu to hard cider, And boldly itep into the rank, To spread the proud banner still wider, Invite all the friend of the banke. Invito all the friends, Sic. And, when we have form'd the bleat union, We'll firmly march on, one and till We'll about when we meet in communion And roll on the lo.uperanee ball. And roll on, &c. The wife on her infant in gazing, Hut not now in sonow alone A husband her virtue is praising, The dark cloud of sorrow is gone. The dark cloud of sorrow, &c. The maiden, now truly delighted Her heart besting wildly with joy ConftJes in the vow that is plighted Her youth...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1845

(M 0) ST Qui II (BUKBtBD I have nwnrn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility ts every form of Tyrannj over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VIII. ISLOOMSHUKG, COLUiMHIA CJOLXTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1845. .lumber 4()j OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosiTB Sr. Paul's Ciiuul-ii, Main-si TEF13 : ThtCOrUMUM DEMOCHATwill ft, putdished every Saturday morning, a 1 19 t JJU 111 il" Vr "" half yearly in advance, or J wo liouar fifty Cen'ts,ifnot paid within theyeai Xn siibscrinlion will be taken for a shorte, vc.riod than nix months; nor any discon tinuance. permit ted,until all arrearage are discharged. A 1)1' ER TISEMENS not exceeding a square will be. conHpic.uou.sly inserted at One Dollar for Hit Jirsi inreeinsvTiwnn, and Twenty-five cents for every snbse r,,t nser'tion. lifd liberal dtscoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busiuess,must be post paid. wwMMjt,IH1IIM"!"1,1.1 IMI;H POETRYo FINE OLD 15ALLAD. The following...

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. — 25 January 1845

"TCT lTBOCT '! Ittiuciuhtr tltv rriuU-r WHEAT. CORN. KYB. BUCK WHEAT, OATS or WOOD, will be re ceived fur debts due us for suhwrripiinn. Also a lew bushels of I OTA'I OLS if drliveicd soon From ilioao who have promised Lumber inch and inch end a quartet pine boards will be received if delivered soon. APPOINTMENTS BY THE 30VER NOR lion. Jcne Miller of Perry touniy to be Secretary of the Commonwealth. John K. Kane, Esq, of Philadelphia 1o be Altoniey General of the Common wealth. Appointed by the Secy of the Common th Henry Peiriken, Esq to be Deputy Sacreliry of the Commonwealth, Appointed by Hc Canal bonrd. Edward F. Gay. Superintendent ol Motive Power and Supervisor on the Colombia Rail Roid. SuBERVISORS. Everard O'es, on the lower portion of the Juniata Division, Fa. Canal Casper Dull, on the upper portion of eme Division. Samuel S. Jamison, on the Western Division of the Pa. Canal, from Pitts burg to Dam No. 3, on said Division. Samuel Holman,on the Eu-tern Divi ion of the Pa. Ca...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1845

Massachusetts kai mora newspiyers than any ihrea other of tlie lis Ne Eng land Statei. In Boston there are (hirtetn dailies ihois of the first clam being main lained at an expense for operatives alone, of not far from 116,000 a year each, To cany un all lha New England paperi, re quires an annual e xpc ndiiure, on the part of ihe proprietors, of a vast sum. The capital insesited in them ia eatimaieJ at $500,000 . ErsrHiaasjEAiko MARRIED In Elmira, N. Y. on Tuesday evening, ihe 7ih inst. by ihe Rev. Washineton Vanvandt, William counts C. Rhodes, junior editor of the Elmira Gaziitr,io Fanny P. daughter of Thos. the first Maxwell, lvq.all of Llinira. On Ihe 9 h inst. by the Rev. Isaac Crier. Mr. James Russel, oi Lycom ing couniy, to Mien Nanct Russel, of alley township; Columbia county. Oi the evening of the 16th inst. by ihe Rev. C. M. Amer, Mr. Joseph 1)iehl;'o M ss Catharine IIeinbaugii, both of Mahoning township, Columbia county. By ihe Rev. D. S. Tobias, on the 23. till., Mr. John...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1845

Li iiu. m , n.. . - - A SENSIBLE WOMAN. A Milleriu in Maine laid to hi wife Our ing It.trveat. 'I am revived to work no more I think it wronu to gmhfir any more of lite fruili of the earth The next morning he BMe ami walked abroad to meditate, lie Liming, he ake.l hi wile if she had break fMlredy. She .aid 'No, 'Uiit, he asked are you not going to got any!' She an awered'NV foreaiJahr, ''"" W il " not your duty to ork, and if .1 i not your, il h not mine: and if the fi nits of the aarin may not be githered in, they may not br cooked after they are gathered in. I am teaolved m auhmit with you to ihe will ol God, and" abide by the fonafqiioiici'. II walked out gain and afir while he lemrn eJ and laid to hn wife, If ymi will go and gl tome treakfal, 1 will go to work. c jx- -J.i.'.:a RULES FOR GENTLEMEN. Marrr not a woman who cannot make . .li.n.'nr .-onli a meals if viciunlm. Such woman would keep h nun poor alt the day t f hia life. Marry not a woman who u a lady and rroid, because a...

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