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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 March 1845

' " ' -. -. . .. , i , SSSilSJl "1 "TITS.1" 1 ''"-r:"fjf"ff?iS.TgTiJi!J&., !1 . ' yif i mtMmXjm 1 havo sworn upon the Altr of God, olornal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VI8B. BLOOMSRURG, COLUMBIA COINTY, JLA. SATURDAY, MARCH S3 1845." OFFICE OF T1IU DEMOCRAT, orrosirn fir. Paul's Ciiuucii, Main-si TERMS : The COr.UAMM DJhMOGRJlTwW hi published ever; Saturday morning, al " W MfU"" J"-' ............ y,...... half iiearlu in advance, or Two JJollan ...''-. . i' :.i ..'it.:., it.. rljty uenis,ij nu( wiiniu mc yrut A'o subscription will betaken for a shorlci period than :nx months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmilted,until all arrearages are discharged. JjnVEllTISEMHXS not exceeding u square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrceinsertioni. and Twent'if-five cents for every subse niittnl nscr'tibn. SC7V7 liberal discowi rnade to those vho advertise by the yea) LETTERS addresse...

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. — 8 March 1845

DEWOUAT. ULOOMSBCna. MARCH 8, U16. Trcm lit Berwick Star of lift North. THE REMOVAL. Mr Bditoh; By your couiie.j vnjuld say a lew woid? lo yJ renin on thn long agitated qiifftim of H mo ah I llnitk that question cnnea no in PUcIl i shape beloro lliu voters of tti county, tint 11 should ncuivu their cor di I i ii d unanimous support. Tlif to lowing are lew hast) and unvi rangti reasons for my entertaining thai opin ion. 1 The Removal s'ands on clifWen nil more unobjectionable grounds, h r it ever did befoie. By the present Bi the people of the township of Mahoning ate to bo repaid he amount lliey orig inally subscribed for the erection ol public building! out of the proceed ol their s.le if that aniouul is realized. 2. The County by the change of th Beat of Jus.ce gets new public building (and an aero of laud) in place of I lu present old ones, la not this a benefi lo the lax payers? hot them think of it and consult their best interest by vol inn for the Removal. 3. All the citizens ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 March 1845

TAIL 2A AN ACT Concerning the Removal if the Scat i f Jusice of Columbia County, from Danville In lilomnsburg. KoMlnn 1. Iln It muff ml liv tllrt HMl.-Iln nnd 371 jW ouso of Hcprcscntativcs nf tlic Commonwealth ofl I'ctinsytvjiiia in uencr.u Asemuiy mci, anu it i hereby c acted by the tiulboilly of tho same, Thai it elull and may bo lawful I'm tho (luallflcd Vo-toi-H who hnvo Itcsldcd In Columbia Coun ty for m t;."f six c.iji:.YO.nt 7J .vrS immediately preceding the next Ocn- tftil RlrrlliM. In vnln nl ntlrll election UIIOII llio tfal Election, to vote ut such election upon the question of their Scat of Justice from Danille to liloomsburg, in said county, m mo manner ioi lowing, to wit.' Tho-so in favor of a Removal shall votn a written or printed ticket libelled, ' SKAT OF JL'STICrV and containing iho words " FOR DLOOMSItJKU," nud those op pnicd to njfemovnl, shall voto a wiitlcn ur print ed ticket labelled a aforesaid, and containing tho words" FOR l)ANVI!,l.B;"lhosaidtirkct9tobc ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 March 1845

" The rilol'M Boy. Bl' CH.Utf.G J. PETEKSON. Thn itnrm rtfeil bull anil h. rei The winds vf pt wildly over the iv of v,iur. cjicltinu ilic P"y " 1 fertibnce and nudum il lU'inui-ly onwanl s i lint llm ocean iei-nitil u v.m hf uf foam. I n cloil.li iiu mv am ! nniiiiiiir un tl)H It-ruble voitt X below. Il wa n ot tho mini avvfu tempest fhl bail for yifsr tlevmled Hit A'hnllc coast. (Jn a low ttimly Iteachi as-alm.! winch lite wavt-9 IhtliuU-rtjit Uilltl the unium U lii-ni.iiii ilu-rrt. xlooil a moilu-i iJud her ddtifthti-r gi'mn ftr.x'toinly a en Ward refjrdless ol the wind. S )"w erful was ihe wind Hint ilu-) coull with difficulty stand, yul Iht-y feurle.-ily kept lh,r iviih. hai inii hen eves wnn heir lumlf lo keep oil ihe tprny, ppi Wntlv Innkini! for some obled mi Hit ocean. Suddenly Ihe bhlld cried 'Mother ihere ibey on I' She pointed With a trembling finger in she spoke, anil lonuwing n uut-cumi the moiber beheld a while specK line 'lake of snow, amid Ihe dark waters o of ihe h...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 March 1845

The Columbia Democrat. I havo sworn upon the Altr of God, eternal hoitlllty to every lorm of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man."' I'humas Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR J. Volume YHB.'J OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orrosrrn St. Paul's Ciiimcii, RIain-st The COLUMJiUl DEMOCIUITwUUh published every Saturday morning, ai iru JJUjjJlJcct per annum jiaiauli half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar I'ljty (Jcnts,ij not paid within the year ATo subscription will be taken for a shorter iicriotl than nix months; nor ami iliscon linuancc pcrmitlcd,until all arrearages arc discharged. AD VEJl TI SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserledal One Dollar Jor the Jirsl tlirccinscrlions and Tmentu-five cents for every subsc quent nscrlion. CJ"Jt liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busittess,must be post paid. INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF .1 A ill ICS K POLK. Fkllow Citizcns : Without solieiia lion on my part, 1 havo been chosen by the free and voluntary"...

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

every milanc, Lr.ninalo the olll'ul connection of nilcll defaulting "officer with (he government, Allhoueh. tn otir country, the chief mpgislrate must almost of necessity be chosen by a psrty.'.nml aland pledged lo ils principles and mea'tire-, yet, to his official action, ho should not he the President of a -part only,' hut nf ihe wholo people of tlio United Suite, While he executes the laws with an im partial hand, fiorn no proper rrspmni bility, and faiihfully cirties out in the executive dcpirtmeiit of the vei n men t the principles and policy of those who have chosen him, he should not b un mindful that our fallow-citizen who have differed with him in opinion are entitled to the full and free exercise of their opinions and judgments, and that the rights of all are entitled tn respec and regard. Confidenily relying upon lite aid and assistance ol the co-ordinate deptrim tH nflho government in conducting out public affairs. 1 enter upon the dbclurn--of the high duties which hive ...

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

!' Ildjjlicj John Tyler Ills Vetoes at most redeem his character Miss Care-lino Webb Tho Coon ol 1811 A tear to his memory I Mies II Long Mr". Julia O. Tyler Lady alike beautiful 5i distinguished, Ma) her life in future be as pleasant as it has M hitherto been fortunate W Wm McJulttn The victory wo cele fbnie More ennobling to our nattiro than till the slaughters that earth's monuments perpetuate H Collv Tho people Tliey have fhoWn ihemselvcs capable of self govern .firm, and ablo to discriminate between the dazzling and captivating yet reckless and unprincipled; and the unobtrusive yet truly meritorious, hnnorablo and firm The Company EditGr of the Columbia Democrat May his labors both in local and political matters not bo forgotten by the people of Columbia county The Company The old sterling demo crals who aided us in gelling up ibis celo bralion Success to them, mid may they never be forgotten by tho rising generation around them The Company Our Host and Hostess. Our thanks for ...

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

POETRY Prom the Western Lltciory Journal. TRUTH AND FREEDOM. He is the Frciman whom tlie Truth makca fice, And oil the slaves besides. Cowmn. For the Truth, then let us battle, Whatsoever fate betide! Long the boast that we are FrekmkNi Vc have made and published wide, He who has the Truth and keeps it, Keeps what to him belongs, But performs a selfish aelion, This fellow rnollal wrongs. He who seeks the Truth, and trembles At the dangers he must brave, Is not fit to be a freeman: He, at least, is but a slave. tie who bears tin? Truth, and places Its high promptings under ban, Loud may boast of ull that's manly, llul can never be a man. Friend, this simple lay who readest, . He not thou like either than But to Truth give nlmosl freedorm And the tide ii raises, stem, Bold in speech, and bold in action, I3e forever! Time will test, Of the free-soul'd and the slavish, Which fulfills life's mission best. Bo thou like the noble Roman Scorn the throat that bids thee fear, Speak! no matter...

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

www I hare sworn upon the AUr of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jel!"mun II. WEBB, EDITOR AND 1'KOPRIETOK. Volume VIII. I1LOODISIIUKG, COLUMKIA COLSTV, PA. HATUUIJAY, MARCH 22, 1845. .lumber 48a MM OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orposiTK Sr. Paul's Church, Main-kt TERMS: . The COL UAIIM DEMOCRJITwillb published every Saturday morning, ai I If U lH)LIJlliS per annum payauli half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar rtjty Lent t,i not paid wit hm theyea Aro subscription will be taken for a shortei period than six months; nor any discon tuwance permit ted,untu ail arrearage are discharged. 4DVER T1SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollaror the Jirst three insertions and Twenty-Jive cents for every snbse quent nscrtion. i ZPA liberal discow, made to those vho advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busines,must . be post paid. POETKY J he following piece, winch is amongsi the swee'.est gem we have aeen foi ihi entert...

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

X 'racra wttaoct riii xiri RI4Y,.Voe,ti IMS ESememlu r the Printer. WHEAT. CORN. RYE, RUCK WHEAT, OATS or WOOD, will be re- ceived f r debts due u for lubscriplinn. AUi a taw hmheli of POTA'I OES il dsliveied oo H From limit who hive promised Lnmbn lneh rniil inch mil i quarter pint boards will bo received if delivered toon. f ill I I I lM THE LETTER H. One of the moil joiliriom proviiioni in the Ktmavil Bill in that in the 8ih section, requiring the teller R to be written by the ().3eu of ihe Election opposite the name if every voter who vniei on ihe Removi Qisitinn. It will be a wholesome check upon fund, il by thin meani tl em eauly b proved who voted on the queitinn The I) in vt tiler fought hard agnnit the insertion of this provision in llie hill, knowing it to he a complete barrier to their pipe laying, id fraudulent voting, but it wai put in, in pitt of them. Taxation. We ire mad, we make the tonfes sion frankly and freely, and we desire to aee the people of the county angry ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 March 1845

A UOUrvlUUK STORY. Wo noticed, i few Jay ago, that on Henry Greene had been arrested Mew Yoi k S He, on suspicion nf having r .ii.nl iha death ofhia w.fe. Thu'lren ion Gazelle givea ihe following account f the case. Mia. Giecne, it seems, was well known in Trenton. Case of Green. A. piivale leturhas been handed us, a very interesting, ac riiuut of the death ut Muy Ann Wyalt who married Henry Greene, and eauji 10 her death nboirt a week alter by no von administered by her husband. On the four Ih dav after their marline, Greene viaiieii IloBmirk, in Rensselaer county, in company with hia wife, her brother, a Mr. Niles and several ladies. Amnnff the ladies was one whom had rejected his overtures for marriage. On this occasion she made herself very agreeable to him, and it is supposed that from this circumstance he came to Ihe conclusion thai if his wife was out ol Ihe way he mihi yet succeed with his former passion. On Ihe following day his wife com plained of having taken cold, and he...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 March 1845

t i I KITCHEN MESMEKISM. Mr. llnoil, in thn Uii nitmher of hi.' Midline -tin il a csjiitsl number it is hs mme wiity r rmrkson Miss M ni" can's let ters. II conel'ules ih m wii m rpistlti fio.n on ul the imna'cs ul 1 1 kitchen J 'hear Mry. This nuns hopln ym tvtll iinil Hi ivlvise you in lini Miiiirii siiiR. Its Ijii wilh tiro 11 ml", mill i easy ss tskinsitfs at IVprl, or talkinn n. yure (ingii. If 1 wan nitih you IMIai. you in no limp in link I'mes, whirl in only pawr'n like, without loudun, B'iiuoilily' face or bark, which ivr them a t i ti vi intC feelum on the fciUai. ir nervrs. And then i.lTthey no into Tionco in Riffy, sml talk m ihei sleq li e orator o, I should siv Oiaule', nd ansrr wruifinr sx. Whereby y" may (trt your for tin told, and fin I o other fkes swrathsi Is ami luv sorreis And diskiver Tliev belter than h Uible and Koy, Ami have yuie inw.ii lisoid. ra lolil, and wsis good (or hen tJnkey'a was th inilinpstib'es, and I lake at much ruhhub as would hide slnllio. All...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 March 1845

I have iwurn upon the Altr of Jod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mau." Thomiu JoH'owon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. KLOOMSIStTItU, COJATMIHA tOLXTV, PA. SATURDAY, MAUCU 29, 1815. Volume VIII. niM'IfT. OF TllK DEMOCKAT. w I m v - - - i orposriE Sir. Haul's Cmitcii, Maivst The CO I. VMU1.1 ) EMOCU.IT trill he published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or I n o Dollars Fifty Cenls,if not paid within the year. i'o subscription wilt be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted,until all arrearages are discharged. rinrEIlTlSEMEXS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the Jtrst three insert ions uixd Twenty-Jive, cents for every sulme atient mettwn. liTrV liberal iliscoun made to those who a (vrrtise Ini the year LRTTKRS addressed on busiiiesi,niusi be post paid. An I'lijuiblislMMl I'ot'iu of Camp bell. The following poem, the composition o...

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. — 29 March 1845

, 1 i I fi i f r ii',' dil'i ii' t! If. i y Inn nig In Ii ." wif- 1 1 h m ill', I.ti' is now mv hid; and nliec, when : U cf 'In vv ifi-e h lus nude ii leavi'ij her ns'ivr land fur n teminds m, v -.ilt nri'f'il n r ih' I sued I er life on thai ivenifu! 'I'll' w'ff liiok'tl Hp be tw,U. nnfl nvorn burin tor lit I H'l ! I e i . v i i ' II Hi V il l- ll lull I g'.Xe nf IhOS COIifld- i n i( yes. JD Oil CD 03 1X1 Ji "rstJTU i rnor r :a,n S.t niW-tV, Jltt eh. 0 .'HS Itemem-wr l!sc 0rinlrr WIIKAT. CORN. RYE, HUCK WIIEVT, OATS or WOOD, n ill h re rsived for debts de it fr tihir! ii -M kUn a t bushels nf POTATOES if ddiveied loon From t!wM who have promised Lumber i'wh arid inch fml quarter pine hoaii's will &n receive! if delivered r.oti. 1'. S. Senator- Gen. Cameron, our Senator elect, is pro bihly as well known a any man in the Sine. Ii is highly creditable to him that by tiij own exertions h hat fought bis wj from the aitiivion of a poor, unfriended bnv lo thai ofSenator of the greaiCo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 March 1845

ASINUUI.AR DEVELOPMENT. I A mnsi exitaoidinary affair has occurred ........ i - . .l t looting Ki.glaml. A person who uau .. i .i ... ..i ..... . '. i,uir . ..nniri-.l llr.HI III mm " Ilium .Mi. j I of the tune as coot right yearn wi'e of the lied hi the nee of 83 k ... u I. unit . ,.. !"!' parish c I e t k . whs discovered to be t nun. lie hid regularly partaken the saeiamenl and was reliijiously boned as Nister Anii Welch Aany parlies wish ed to keep the matter a secret but a wo man named Fletcher who wan at the laying out hud aworn to the body bring that of man, and il .would be disinteried according lo law. MURDERERS ABROAD. Those ignorant pretender who quit the inril ot the Ian stone, and go to coning a Vhe disease flesh is heir, ir, are murderers of the fust dreree. Tliev eel into notice by iinllinir and Cain a noioririy for curing dia -ase which they are rgmirani of. and never in reality effected. How slrange that an intelligent people will be humbugged mil of their own lives...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 March 1845

A HEAL (ONvni.vnoN. .'S i, a.iid a poor,, rumi-tl and rcui'i lowkiua man, upon wIiom? cuuntenai ee IrHcea ol aorrjw iml rx'ienie nolleim were visihle, to. nil individual -ulet k anil sieii.ly en'uri.hlo ik'IuIi'it.I uVn' v inil luiuiint i. '"i", I m Will you iti!i mm ? j;ive irif (he mean 01" proem I' 'dim! sin . 4(Jo along, my man 1 have no'lima f.n you. Yiu cn 1,1 'I1 lm lio'tHi' I suppose. I'll give you a line lo ihe Alih rman .' 'Sir, id the poor nun, 'I'd ratlur not go lo (he alma hi Use. I a I y de ire temper at y reliif. 1 f x tt ivoi k in' a day or two.' Oli! well, ?cratch alone, my man; j on ai e not ao badly u(T oim u.uii I am ntWiiU'ly starvrfc. 1 am aur you won'l mifi a q'iiilcr dl a dollar.' 'B ess my aoul do you think 1 ni.ihei my money from, tieet'? Go flnn,' ilon'l he p riinacioii!; now do take J utn e'f off, there's hiave man.' You owe nie moix y, fir. I would not rem n I you of tin- far, sir.only that hunger makes me desperate.' Owe you money?' exclaimed the lesk m...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 April 1845

rssBssassrrv r i,JLjs.j;ra , J - - L -1 seas I liavo sworn upon tho AUr of nod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of si an." Thomas Jelliinon IF. WEBB, KDITOH AND PROPRIETOR. ohisstc VBEB. ISL.OOMSB3UUG, COLUMBIA OOINTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1845. :Vumlci- 50o3 OFF I GH OF THE DEMOCRAT, oi'posrn: St. Paul's Cminoii, Main-st. The CO. UMBIJ1 DEMOGHJlTwill hr published every Saturday morning, at I'll v nui.i.JtUfi per annum payaun half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents,! f not paid within the, year. Xo subscription will betaken for a shorter period than ;nx moniiis: nor any uiseon tinuancc permittcd,unlil all arrearages are ilischurgcu jD 1 'ERTISEME Ar.V not exceeding a square will be conspicuously insc.rledal One Dollaror the Jirst three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscr'lion. rCT liberal discoun made to those who a-luirtise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must hr. post paid. POETRY From the Monthly Uos. AV II ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 April 1845

b is nets for hi .,' a 'he aimc lime nil VJiiciiii! lo-vardi A'ice hiiiI ciy.Mig lit i a ti. WW) sliiWsrMipci hdm.ii) cxet hm she fdlceel heuejl ftom lum, and rlekcd alofijl. ; 'Hl-i voice tch fcil ihrou'i lb" ittfiQ'tty hills, but no avsiii- onre came V? h wa abmi! lo g'sp hr t,tii, Ihe i-hiill nnles nl horn p .i ltJ a' Mir gi'es and ruiii lluungh !'. o'd arches of tlm col e. Ho pui--I 30 I itirncil lo mei-i one of i - follow er, In vvitli lire iilili s h ', 'iiiioiiuc t.l ilie arrival of Oscir Rii'livcn. Willi an exclanntioii ol j iv. A'ir threw her.ie'f on her knees, vnl ihank h i hoven for Hie nm-iy arrival oi ir long loit 0esr. Tnnmi ig ili I jchoy aside, McFeitfo., viying thm li wo ild oon return after silencing I ha njiay hoy, strode from the Hpirmen nod oiled for hjs armor. Hi w. foin prepared, and rodo foith complete ly did in Meet. Ossir s'oo.l fn m as i x k pn-pired for the onset; McFergu i iihad on lo bear him down, confi ! nl of his superior strength and k i 1 i hu' vic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 April 1845

V Day of Adjuunmtnt Our I.rgislrlure )u fixed upon die fifteenth of April, ns My of final adjournment. Thin will mnkc the present bcsjhih eliurier than any one that has pipceded it fur ti riven jenrs, .ml wn iiihV here, mill that il has been ttlllv a working session. j'ji lfsirfiruiw.r.il Jl Singular Finlival.- It is staled dint llir yuiinji Jews, tif New York, icle bratcd mini' festival pcctilur to tlii'ir creed, un Sunday niht, by pntriiling llie slit lis ami visiting 0HL''1 ,,1'H'' ' curious K!nb iOiu itli painted faePH f7ie Periodicals in China. Mi Cuali- ,i informs a hlelid lliat uheup literature is hd common in ill t) Celestial Empire us in New York. Variety ol pamphlets news- nancrs are sold about the Micels, in the native tongue, primed on their ppculai rice paper ut lilt lou est imaginable piicos INLAND N.Wli.AMON 01-' THE IV EST. Tlii' pxtrnnrdinnry extent of the Inland Navigation of lliu WeM is perhaps rcaieib known to tliu many persons who speak ol the great dlslnipe lim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 April 1845

I'll AT WAS TOO FASHION A BUS. Why flhot'ld we !pea i of flic faMnnn in city where it la so incomuieiit. Vestfrrlay 's" f,ihion i. none in-day, anil thai of to day will be inno lo-moi- TOW. In P-tri?, thoc who dre?? nprnnltng to the fashion are slwoy buy, thin tnuM not lu.c a moment ii 'hi- day i herc is the niornlnc dres.", day drr.". evening IreM and concert or b.ill drev and tin's is not all; one mtiM have, farl) innablo carriages anil horse?, fthinnn bio liveries, and fashion is ahvay fleeting. Those people to whom fashion is eve Ty thing, are extremely unhappy when they ate found wmitiuc tn 'be smalltM .paiiicuhr. This w.iynf tyini; Iho crs vat is no longer in fashion; coils arr not bulloncd up so high as this now; this hat is not of the new shape, ibis nnlnr !s in bad laMfc; and ifiis cane is comnlelely cone by. If you have been so unforlunaie ns to go out without the knowledge l w I Wif you aro lost. Hun, hide youiself qn'ck 'before any one sees.you, oryour ri;puia lion is go...

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