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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1845

me umiminai wenaoeraf. r havo sworn upon Oig ftar of Roil, eternal Inutility to every form of I'yr.nniy ovor tlio Mind of Man.'' Thomai JclTtfroti II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VIII. OFFICE OF THE DEMOGltAT OPPOSITE ST. 1'AUL 8 UllUnCII, OlAIN-ST The COLUAUJIA 1) K Al V UJiJl Twill be: " r.. . . ....., ... . 'IVO DOLLARS per half iicarhi in advance, or I 1 .m mi Two Dollar Ft'ftli Cents, if not paid within the year. 1 ..fif.j,.i a... 1 JttU'JIil ' J I. .?... .,.n uni- nun itmrnii lift LtltL Lllltll U..V ihuiimi'm ...-i - - - ' ill f d. until all arrearages t. . .. ..onlirtm.fl .iii.ii i.m rn i . . .. t xmutre. will be conmncuouslii inserted ut lytc jiiiui 111 1 .v !.. n ;.fK Vi. 1 ii p lir.n iiLrre.insernons. lltlt luviuy-jtui. ......... oueH nsertion. fCPA liberal discoun 1 . 1. . 1 ...;. ...nfi v hi i! itrnr . Ill I lb 1" 11"""' ' - - l IV POBTRYo Printing Office MoloUy. II' till III UW U 1VM -1 - -- Anu lut inc worn uugm. . . 1. 1 Ani iv n in 11 m l r i .33 nmiit Jtl :....

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. — 1 February 1845

COLUMBIA DEMOCAT. ULOOMSBUKG, FBT1. 1, 1840. In Walei lliero is living a man aged on' I hundred anil twenty years, hating been bornlnlW; ha consequently lived through the reigns of the four Georges. William IV, and into thai of Queen Victo ria. Mi health and faculties ate sound and ho walk two or tlrreo limes a sveek lo a neighboring village, lo visit daughter sged eighty eight. 1UM njMJJKUiSlS SHOCKING ACCIDENT. Tho Montrose ?.) Democrat siatec Vhat or. Monday evening of 'asl week, as Dr. E, Leytnan, ol Great Bend, wan letum Inn fr.im llnntrnmi in a wsffon tuh hi? ll I. win ......... - o wife, when tibnut three quarters of a mile from hoirl'e, ihe rf inn droppped upon the shafts; the Doctor leaned over llie dash h..,.r,l in ipcnier them, when it broke and precipitated him against the horse, whirh look fright and ran- for about half a mile. .., ,,. During Ihisiime ivirs. U remained in the wagon unhurt, and supposing her husband ras left behind al the place vherc lie had fallen. On a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1845

TEMPERANCE M EE TING. r Hloomsburg Temporance Society wi moot at tho Presbyterian chiirch. Feb. lit a narly candlelight. Officers are to bo elected -ul. Wallace will deliver a lecture. A. FORSTER, Secretary. PENNSYLVANIA. LEGISLATURE. Tliere are 48 farmen in our Slate Legis latnre.'il attornoyti, 8 merchants,! median re, 0 physicians, 3, (cacheis. 1'h.o re inainuer uro of various professions In th' ilouse, composed as it is of ono hundred pntsons, there is the extraordinary number ol twenty-two bachelors, tlw gieator por tion of whom are gray headed. FIENDISH HARBARITY. We read sometimes of cruelty and bar namy ntacliscd towards slaves, but the New Orleans Dee has an account of a case in which a female slave kept her mistress and the children of the latter confined, and ireateu tnem with t)ic most horrid cruelly An anonymous letter informed tho Mayor oi inai city oi ine luct. Tho Mayor, accompanied by Uncordei Genois and some officers of the public, im mediately repaired 10 the spin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1845

CL.OGK:& WATCH RESi'HCTFDI.I.V" Informs l.be citizen Columbia county, and tlie public gcnerullj.1 Jul no lias located liimiolfln Uloomiburg.oti Muli stoct opuimie St. l'uul's Church, where In) bu up: :! i' shop, hiiiI is (iuw rc-tdy and." prepared to liceeivu and cxeculcull work in hi line ol business, with dispatch and in u wotkiualihkf manner. . Ice lis & U at ekes of lite but quality, can be had at hli establishment on very tcaaoiiuble tcrne . KHPAIKING & OM3AMXC Will bo done li tliesatiofaetinn of tho customer, a Well of Clocks and Walchosus of JeweUy, mid lie will, further, warrant Ins Work lobe cxculel as wrllin any in this section of tho BlaU). He will nl malm to Older SURVEYING COMPASSES or iHickft, and in short, will do.nl! olherwoik -ju. nil)' done in u v t 11 legulutcd respectable fstublUli merit, lit; hopes by sli'ct atli-nthm lo buinc and a desire lu please, to leceivo a liberal shmo o palrjnage. Country 1'iodiieo taken in pay men lr work nt tlio mnikrt prie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1845

The Coiueii Mai PeieMicrat I uaveMvorn upon the Altr of Clod, cfcrnal hostility to ovory flrrm of Tyranny ovor the Mind of Man." Thomni Jefferson If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VIII. OLTIOU OF THE DEMOCRAT The poor were made rich, llnJ weak werr urroaiTu fir. Paul's Church, Main-st. nmdonoig, i''ie B'lul vvas ",at'B 8',orl' anu" m0 P"rs' rhtcorMAuTMDmiocitJirwiiibt. , , ;.;W evcru Saturdav uwrmna. at 1 1C6C """des puzzelcl both I homas ant' TWO DOLLARS per annum payable htxlf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cent s, if not paid within llicycatA iVo subscription will be taken f or n shorter period Hum mx mounts; nor any uisr.un tinuance pcrmitted,unlil all arrearages are discharged. Ml) VER T1SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inscrtedat One Dollar for the first Ihrteinsertions, und Twenty-five tents for every sabsc auent nscrtibn. iCF" Jl liberal discoun made to those who a'lvrrtise by the year LETTERS addressed on busincss,musl be post paid POBTMo 3...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1845

0 ttlilNS IN WISOONgi.V. 0, iheCriwuSh river, in Jefferson (3d. WMcunsini-itrp llirtlf ontnTn uf a remnrka, lite ruin, .wTiosc erection Is attributed by tho Ifadividili of U Indians to a peopltt railed ho Azla huts. I lie shape oi Win Klin la that of an Irregular parallelogram roiistrneled (if b i i U burnt with straw 'IV outer Willi is nnw oeiwcon fmir mid live feel high, and about twenty-three feci wide; and appears to Imvc been erected of tin lurnt nriKK, wuivn wore hih.hv.hui subjected In a he.il so intense to leave them much harder than tlm ordinary brick even after lho lapse of v.eniuriei. Tin tmv n( the Indians in that vicinity is tint. many hundred year ago, i warlike people cami from the norih-easl, and, ry a stinc of successful baltlej, wrested their land from them. These people weie possessed of tools and implements unknown to tin Indians; had a knowledge of agriculture above thai of the suhjugfied tribus; and a tonished the simple ahoriuines bv the buihl ings they constr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1845

It is contemplated by t!io British Govern ment to send out another expedition to the Arelio regions, with llio view of discovering the north wost passage between the Atlantic ar.d Pacific. The command of the expedi tion, it is said, lias been offered to Sir .Tonics Ross; should that officer decline it, it will fall upon Sir John Franklin. A PLANK TURNPIKE, Several of the papers in the western por tion of the Slate of New York, are advocaj ting the construction of a plank turnpiko from Albany to Buffalo, on the principle of economy, and to ensure greicr speed in .1 . ,.f ....i A father in Indiana lately (lugged his daughter to deathl I he coroner s jury rendered a verdict 'Death occasioned by tight lacing, A NEW BUSINESS. A newsboy was overheard the other even jng telling liis companion that he had given up selling papers, mid had gone info the magnetizing business. Said he, ! gut five dollars a week, ar.d play possum. The Celleclor of the Port ofThiladnl phiajias appointed Luvi Hi:v...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1845

CLOCK. & WATCH MAKING. WESPKOTPULLi inform ll.o citizen JJfOolumbia county, and tlie public gencrallvl that h hss located lmnell in Ukouisburgavn Man ftroot .jjjcnilu at. I'nnl x i.liuich, where lie opened shop, anJ ii now tnaily tin J prepared receive aud execute all work In liisliueol lilnsiinjsh. with dispatch and in avorlmmlilu inauitci, Iccls fit H atehes of the best ijuality, cnu be haJ at Ills establishment on very roasonablu term' . REPAIRING & CLEANING tiII be done to dissatisfaction of l!iu custniuei, as well of Clocks and Watchvsus of Jewelsy, und lie win, nuttier, wunant his work to Ik) cxu-uiol well- any In this section of tho Stale, lie will ilu niako to ardor SURVEYING C03IPASSES or potkcl, nnd in short, will do nil othciwork mmi nlly done In a irell icgtilated-rcspcclahle rrtuIi meiit. lie holies by sli'ct atlcntion to businrs and a desire to please, to leceivo a liberal share patronage. Country 1'roduco taken in puywc 'for work at the market pi ices. Hloom-i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1845

The Columbia Democrat I have iworn upon tho Altr of Clod, eternal hostility to overy form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." ThomM JlTerion If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VHIO BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA LOtNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FJiBUARY 15, 1845. ftuiutier 430 fc OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, omuiTK St. Paul's Cnuncii, Main-st. Fiom a lalo Foreign Journal' SANTA ANNA & HIS A1H-DE-CAMP. The COL UMDIJ1 DEMOCIUlTwill be QEN published every Saturday morning, at, TWO DOLLARS ver annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars j ,nc beginning of April, 1333 Senoi Fifty Cents,if not paid within theyear. 8 wealthy Mexican meiclian A-'o subscription will be tulcen for a shorter wll suddenly call'd lo Europe by busi period than atx months; nor any diteon- trifi 0f importance. As ilwaspro tinuance permitted,until all arrearages bMe ,ia his absenc- from his na are discharged. live country might be for u period ol ADVERTISEMENS not exceeding a ,umtJ duration, lt. determined on taking square wi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1845

sirvnn.tr, fro, is.ihis Remember Vhc 1'i'iiiler. wnrsvr. corn, hyk. buck XVHBvr, OATS or WOOD will tir re ceived for ifehts due uj.fiir subscription. AWoa few bushels of POTATOES -If deliveicd soon IFrom ihose who have promised Ltrmbr Vrh nnd inch r-nd a quirler pine bonds' will he received if delivered soon. REMOVAL DII.L. The TteinoTal Bill passed through Com niltltf of (he whnlein (he Senate on Mnn Uiv l--s . nearly as-l camMrom ine llnnse On Weilneday,itcame-up on second rad 'ing. 'An amendment was offered requiring 't'lrce-fifihs 6f the voms of die cnuniy to yatify it. whirb was defeated; yeas -8 nay nSi. 'Anothor mmion was was ihrn made vequiringTiOO majority, whicn wa likewise defeated; yeas 1 1 nays 20 A inntion re quiring but two rnontha residence, instesd of nine; was olio rejected yeas 14 naya 1-8 'the vme uponThe firat section -waa th-en ta ken which resulted as follows, yeas 19 navs 13. This -vote was-considored a test vote, as thcfirst section 'contain the main provisi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1845

SINGULAR S.TGjIT. Thero is living in Ihe Iluo d'Enfer, I an; a youninporativo who can onlj see by iho lijlii of the aim. After sun set bo cm distinguish no object, evn if il be lighted by the most powei fully ronrentratetl ahficial light. This in firmlty, baptizil by the name of Nyc inlii)ie, appears to be at prrsent irrern tillable. CHOKED TO DEATH The wife of Mr. Enns Sintpking.Sen. of Hridgeton, (Went J-rsey),was cholt ;d to death, on Fiiday everting last, by '.oiling a piece of bam f.ist in her throat. Her death wag o instantaneous thnl no .parson had time to do any tiling to aflord her relief. In Ohio Iheru are a half a million of children of a schoolable age, and of them only 43,370 ate receiving education. Noah Webster vvioic and published twenty-one, vvoi ks.rtq'iit ing great study and labor. THE JEWS IN KI'SSIA. The Actional slates, thai Russian and Polish Israelites are emigriMiug in gieat numbers to Piussia, in onlor to avoid being transported by force to the rcmnt. quart...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1845

CLOCK. & WATCH MAKING. RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens Columbia county, and the public general!) that hi bat I oc led hiiuwII'Ui Uloomsburi,oii Mai -strt opposite it. Paul's Church, where he bu opino.l hop, and i now teady end prepared t xocciye aud oiecute all work ir. hi line of busino tltti dispatch aiul In workmanlike manner. clocks fit Watches of tne best quality, can be had it hie cstablislunen jun wry reasonable term' . REPAIRING & CLEAMXG will bo' don to the satl.fsctlon of the customer, a well of Clocka and Watchoaaa of Jewolsy, and hi will, fuithei, warrant his work to be cxe'utel a. well as any in thi section of thu Sta'.u. He wil .alio make to order SURVEYING COMPASSES ,or pocket, and in ahort, will do all othcrwork -isu .ally done in a well regulated respectable cstalilisl jnuiit. He hopes by sti'ct attention to buiinn and a desire to please, to iceoivo a liberal sha.e i patronage. Country Produce taken in pajmei for work at the market prices. Uluomaburg, Novem...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1845

The Columbia Democrat I have sworn upon tuo Altr of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson Volume VIIIO OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orrosiTK Sr. Paul's Cmmcit, Main-st The COI.UM11IJ1 DEMOCRAT will b, published even Saturdav nwrnintr. a Tiro DOf.UlRS ver annum navabl, half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar tijty uents,tj not paid within the year No subscription will be taken for a shorten period than aix months; nor ami discon tinuance permittetl,unlil all arrearages are aisc.nargeu. JWVERTISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted al une Hollar Jor the Jirst three insertions and Twentu-five cents for evcru subse fiuent 7iser'tion. te7fl liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. THE BORDERER'S CHILD; OR, WAsmsraToif at eighteen I1T MAR V V. SPENCER. It wm a calm, sunny day, the yeai 1750; the scene, a piece of forest lanil on the Northern Neck ol Virginia, con...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1845

"tiiuth vrf hoc? rEn." CCcnicmlJci' (he Friiiicr- WHEAT. CORN, RYE, BUCK WHEAT, OATS or WOOD, will be re ceivsd for debts duo (is for subscription. Also a few .bushels of POTATOES II deli voted soon From those who have promised Lumber lrnjrity for concurrence inch and inch and a quarter pine Doauir will be received if delivered oon. Tlio vo.e on the final' pnaagd of the' Removal bill in Ilia Sb'nato stood, yean I7,nays U two, Senators being absent is follows : Yeas, Messrs. Anderson, ttai !y, lllack.CorumsH, Orabb, Ebaugh.Eyof, Pegely, FuUuod, Hcckman, Hill, Hoover, Morrison, Quay, Rom, Sherwood and Sul livan 17. Nay f Mems. lUbbit, Higler, Carson, Uhapni.in, Chimpncys, Craig, Darragb, nreifl, Eniie, Gibbons, Ilorlon, Rahn, Wilcox I '1' In ihe House the vole on concurring in the Senate amendments, stood about 30 LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES. I T"E Movement of TnEsiDCNT . Elect Someoflho newspapers aro n complianeo with a call of tho Houso ,, ,, ,.nllni, 3f tlio movements of Kcprpicntatives,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1845

An Awful Crime is said (o have oc nrreil near Cvnlhiana, Harrison county Ccntut-ky, aomc tinT in the last week fcf January. It appears that a fllioi nil a son, named Carson, had a rcvpt' Quarrel which ended in finlU. The aiher threatened to kill Ills con, and 'Jtvenl to the house for his rum. The (Id ii, also went ior his. They met be- mil the house, and hntli look aim M it! same rnoinent. The father's gun islicii: llio son's snot tooK talal cilect i. i . r I.' f .1 . .1 e I, i -: : i . . i....... I'll . i i XCiaiiinuii. i uu nave Klliixi inc. 1,110 inouicr oi mc upccaseu was mi jnly wilncss of this horrid deed. I- t iIIV I1IMUII k IV V. ..--, , , . ill nl paper of the 7ih in INDIiNS REMOVING. The N. Orleans Pichjui.o of tho 25ih tilt says: iSomo three or four hundred of Choctaw Indians are now encamped on the Dig Week, abonl eight or ten miles from Clinton, Mississippi. They ore wailing the arrival of the rest of die tribe, to proceid to their new Inline beynnd the Mississippi Mess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1845

er,bdK. watch n EbPKCTFliLtT Inform Cxi -rftUen i, Jt fcOoJurnbla wvntj, and tbo pubUa gflnerellyl ttul usiws locnioj himioiiin ukAraDurg.cn streM opjwMu tit. Paul's Ch wh, nhua bo bw OpeneJ snap, and U now roody and prepared to tiKolv aud execute nil work In 111 tin ul basins., with JUp.iuh a lid la workmanlike iimmicr. clooKs & Watches of the best quality, can be had at bla Mtabliahinetil oa vrjr reasonable term' . REPAIRING & CLEAMXG Will 'jo done to the satisfaction of the customer, u Woll of Clocks and Watchoaae of JewoUy, and he will further, warrant bin work to be cie'uleJ a well in any in this section of the tUU. Ho will alto make, to order SUUVEVINfl COMPASSES or pocket, and in abort, will do all othcrwoik 'su rlily done in a well regulated rcvpeiteble etablib mcnt. ile hopea by ati'ct attention to busiues and a desire to plcato, to loccive a liberal share o patronage. Country Produce taken In pa) men for work at the inarkat prices. Uloomsburg, November IS, 1644 SO....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 March 1845

" 1 havo s,rorn ''' Altr of OoA, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ov over the Mind of Man." Thomas JctfeHon Volume VIII. OFFICII OF "THE DEMOCRAT, opposiTR fir. PXtn.'s Ciiuucii, Main-st. TEEMS : The COL U Mill A DEMOCRATwillbe puilisicU even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable innj year ly in advance, or I wo Dollar i Fifty Cents,if not paid within the year Aro subscription will be taken for a siortei period Ihun jiV mnnihnt nur mill tttsr.vn tinuance permillcd,unlil all arrearages are aischarzcd. AD VER TI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinserlions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. Id" A liberal discoun made to those who advertise, by the year LETTERS addressed on busi'ncss,musl be post paid POETRY Homo of tJio Dupnrtcrt. f-Peihars ihe mourner. Ieatn to look to t'ie bluo sky by d y and ilic star3 by night nidi to tit mil tlial um ueau ie mere, huh mil in graves,' paid the ch...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 March 1845

fiiU'to in.plrs, urjiri hit lonj ehsriJha j ftfTeullo.!, and loiiehwff shrilly up.)n life piin ami anxiety h lu:t endured whiljl f.llowinR the course Ua decm-il honourable with his seme of the relativ ; positions of Miss Hurton and himself So fir all seemed prosperous. N (thing could exceed the r I'tiiy of Mr B ir Ion. who vvirmly com-nenled ihe Inn of conduct nnrui'd by hi ynun? friend -and expressed himelf much obliged h) Iti btlt when George proceeded to s at briefly and simply ilio obligttion which devolved upon him, previous t his sottlement in life, he was listened to with constrained politeness. In vim did lie pint se in his relation for .in ex pression of sympathy or look of appro balion. A silent bow was the only to ken vouchsafed by his auditor. Embar rassed, he scarcely knew why, Geor found himself al the end of his story wi'h a conciousness that he had u-teily failed in making the impression he had desir ed. After a mim of a few moment", durinz which Mr. Burton appeared ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 March 1845

tier. Col, Talc hni, porsovercnce, enter prize, Imptidcnco, and a touch of clovor neks wiihal.thal Isperfectly edifying in tlieao degenerato days of venom anil selfishness, end so it is quite probable Unit ho will swim. 'Old Aotbcr Luzcrno' has children enough in oinbryo now-a days, to satisfy any moderate amount of maternal longi nrr All'kinds of piojects.fnrall kinds of divisions of the county, aro afloat, in Caibondal, in Huntington, in Hazle, in Lackawanna, in Sugarloaf and elsewheic. J he Lacka wanna project affords a merry field of speculation to the curious, thounh its bloom ma fade before it bus ripened into maturity, and becomo liko Captain 'J'yler, 'a fixed constitutional fact,' abstract ly &.pcr sc coi.fidtrrd. Hut enough of this trash for the present, when I got into a good humor onco more, I may continuo mv gossip from this, Hallowed lai.d of Campbell's song? for the time being I subscribe myself jours in tlio free and easy bonds of a most to tnnik- friendship. TODI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 March 1845

F6Nb&ES5?oFi'A; Pigeon ronj " . 'Ml'SlO. "; Sometime sitico a family reading li the Northern part of tho city, on ciang ing ihufr place nf sonde, cuiied will them a'squib. that find been m'ich injii" fd In one of its wiiiRn.hy the falling ol a box. ll eooi) became a ureat pet n. ihe limlly, noUvitbslandin", which i nuver failed lo rnak battle when aipm ncheil whilst peicliiny;. Indeed so pft nacious was Ihe little mature, thai sulm limes, when tensed, it retread d In n tub, (I)ioem' has in it a copyis',) ami placed itself on tho delensive rtady and willing lo protect ii home fioni in vasion. Hut Ihe mosl singular thing in relation to this pel pinion, i yet lo be related. A few weeks since it was dis covered, by a frequency of the occur- ronce, that whenever any oi tne 1,-unny commenced sincinc, the nlcion approach ed thorn, seemiimly mi.ch duliiihled with the 'harmony of sweel sound.' That its fondness for music might b fultv tested one of Ihe inmates a few evenincs since statio...

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