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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 April 1845

mm to ' .I have iworn upon the Altr of God, eternal hnatlllty to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thorrns Jctirn If. WE15B, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume VIII. I'll .'tL'J . -.' . J '. - .- OFFICE OF THE' DEMOCRAT. ori'osiTE Sir. Paul's Ciii'itcii, Main-bt TEFwl3 : : The CO I. U Mil 1.1 DEMOCIMTwiltbe published every Saturday morning, (it J II U ))l,I..'li:s per annum payunu half yearly in advance, or J wo Dollar, Fifty Ceiits.if not paid within the year A'o xnhxerintion will be taken for a shorle period than oix month; nor any dim on tinuance permittcd,until all arrearages are. discharged. Jl I) I 'Ell Tl SEMES 8 n ot exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted a One Dollar for the first three, insertions anil Twenty-five cents for every svbse qne.nl nscrtion. IZT" liberal discom made to those, who alvirtise bu theyeat LETTERS addressed on business,mtixi be post paid. poirrRY 1 SEE THEE STILL! DV C. Hl'BACUK. I see ilioe still, I'emembrare, faithful to her luisl, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 April 1845

CHAPTER TUK LAST. Tll MIST CLEAHKD AWAV. Jal is Fanny opened her linle month Till of smiles, to k, S.irj opened ihe lrswing room to announce 10 his 'mass Harry' itxil ' y ,un r gemnun' wished lo tee him, Srj.) ihrciv ili great door whtopn and at tint yinift in-ttn enured Mi. UierWd Sinclair, one uf Harry' col lege fiit-nds. ILny wt loomed hi li ieut) warmly, tut he could not help wishing he lu delayed his arrival in hour or so. As iiomi id had received your laM doleful llir,' Mid the new comer returning Uhtry'f shake with rompoiim' inlercil, resulved to mine ttrif in ile(l or going home, althcitih I havi nat heard a woid from theie lor lM half (hit tim Your teller wl f co deep i hlu, that it made me tnel ncholy for full 5 miotiies. I Itll Cam tridge immediately, and mm tod t, p0 haste lo ace J on for fear you would shoo or diown yourself in yo'H sciiilaiy pi if on. ho! here I am. Whai! Fanny! exclaimed lu, for "he first time perceiv ing Harry' companion. None otlnr, my dear Kchard,'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 April 1845

lillODH ISLAM). J e ksun the Libenciin candidate, bat. i mi n il of 1 10; nil llio districts liav id); lii-rii hrm it f nin. NiiiiriiMin quartet dolluis, dated 1843 composed ill' pewter and silveied over by iIim galvanic process, am in circulation ami so well executed t 10 deceive casuitl ll:M I W IS. - Can Jackson Iuj entered upon hit 79. Ii Cat. What do ) on think of Coleman's aliaci- nienu s aid t young would he dandy the oilier eveiuin', who was murdering Ijiiy; list) in lha ear of a young lady who was inurderin j music on ihe piano ul the same tuna. Of' Coleman' att hcIi inert did you ob at r v I-? ' queried the lady. 'lei, in ma, rejoiuec the nice young mint. 'Oil! I don't think it's sincere,' was tin reply, 'for 1 am told that he's been sevei bI limes-ai parties with Miss Jenkins, and at ilia iheaiia wi;n her almost every llll! III.' 'i'lie bnnu ty of it is, thnt the question er whs alluding all jthe while to the new improvement in the piano lone. A. U t'ie The Nashvtll Union...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 April 1845

MRS. CAUDLK'S run TAIN u:c TUUES. LEC'TCHE u. Mr. Caudle hits been til a lover n trill, a friend. Poor me! Ila! I'm ?ur I don't know who'll he poor woman! I don't ko. who'd lie themselves tin t imi i! Ilicy knew rmly hull they'd have bear. A wife must may it home and he a 0 ruil tw whilst s mn can to any where. It's enough f or a wife lo il like Ciiulcralh hy I ho ashen, wbiU h i husband cm to ill inking and singiny al a timn. You never cinn?II nv do I linnw you ncversinit. Ii's very well foi you to say so; bin if I conul hear you. J dare aay you're amongst the worst t 'cm. 'And now, I suppose, il will b tin tavern eveiy iiitiht. If you think I' m going to sit up for you, Mr. C.ni I ' vou'ie very much mistaken. No; and I'm not ROinft to jol out of my warn bed to h' I you in, neither. N : nm Susan shan't ait u; for yon. N': noi yo'i shan't have la'ch key. I'm no' going to sleep willi the door upon the latch to be murdered before the morning. Faugh! Pah! Whewh! That filthy lobacco i m...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 April 1845

The Columbia Democrat IT. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' Volume Vlll. BLOOMSRURG, COLUMBIA OOINTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1845 :Vumbc752 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, opposite St. Paul's Giiuncn, Main-si TEE.MS : The COL UM1UJ1 DEMOClMTwillbt published even Saturday morning, a, TWO DOU.'AllS ner annum vavabli iiuij yiuTii I7i (luvtuir.c, or icu jjuuurn !.! I...1.. .l ' - rn Jl'J M tijty Ucnls,J not paid wit Inn iheyeai No subscription will betaken J or a shortei period than xix months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmitted,unlil all arrearages are discharged. A DVERTI SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserledal One Dollaror the first three insertions, and Twcnh'five cents for every subse auent nsertion. ICPJl liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. POETRY J) E A T II . r DAVID L. IlIOHAKDSON. We weep and tremble at ilie doom. The dreadful duiim, of death; 'Tia sad, amidst the fair earth's bloom, To yield this m...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 April 1845

Tl.pn followed buiincss rapidly nnJ surely, ami ubtquenlly 1 became my musier 4 partner in niuincvi, m in uijjrm i . . .. - -i l . ..it : ...I tnliriatinns. One vcar since I was solicited to bfcoma a membrr of Congress, which I of rnurte accepted nnd now I have come home lo lee you onso morn fiithtr. I. Tho old man was weeping, the boy's PMphrev wast fulfilled. Indeed h lie MirfV. and as the son bij mn ilood lie fti re luti, in Ins pride of manly beauty and n rengih lie bowed his Uc in In hauo and wept like a cmni. From tho FmliburfPciiAirII Sih. Trumiiiuluut fjouflniiration. Twentt Squares oy thk Citt i.v Uu jus ruoM 1000 to 1200 Houses Destroted Lois estimated at Ten Millions. ll is our painful duly to record onoo! (lis most lerrtblo (ires lhal e-verdevasl sled any city on thii continent. A great portion of our busy and populou town is in ruiu. Morn houses have beei destroy nl thy this single and hoiribl co fl igraiioiii than havo ever occurei. in (his city before. Those acqtuinlc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 April 1845

DOUll WILL HE LIBERATED. The irrtnt glorious li iumph of prin ciple in Rhode Iland will givo liber l lo the prfli lul Do ltd. This object liai been consummated .if i it n long and hi dent conttnl on ihe pail of i.'ie fi lends of lilieul piinciplfs ihioiighoiil tin .Union. Who docs not it collect, tin i ig the lale ( 1 1 1 1 c .1 i campaign, iho denun ciations hurled at the wings, by tin i!t i 1 0 l i ) 1 1 c press, for their mulevnleii ,.inpalhy with (ho oppicssors of Gov. J)uir, iiiid ils ellect upon their sensi hililic? Although their hypuciilic' benevolence, and seated conscience? .might not have been effected, still their peiccptions wore alive to Ihuttutlts that the history of the Rhode Island bffaiif were being inade familiar to the woild and that lliepopu'ar mind was i eceiviiig h lesson in the workings of the Ameri can whig principle winch must re hi I' in instilling a pel nianent prejudice a gainst their geinral cause. Hut tin M i ipes so freely inflicted by the dem ocratic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 April 1845

Crops mluiiUd for riaiitiuu lu Uic Kprliig. Means, which aro in general culiirs lion may be considered bi dividing themselves intd two classes; ihooe which aro termed runnois, and audi as unm only to ht lictghlh of 13 to 18 inches, and suppoit themselves by their nwt slrenfcth, whereas tho former ir-qu.n artificial aids to support ihem whilu tie velnping their organs and manning their serdn. Runners Etfmatp of Soils. I hi tribe includes several varieties. Thos. most generally cultivated are tin Lima Beans, the Case Knifr, llv Pole Cranberry, and tho Scarlet Kuti ner, &c. These sorts are subdivided by anoth er rharicleiislic. those whose pods an- used in like manner wilh the dwarfs, n,l ihmit r.rmliirn is shelled like the Pes, and seeds only used for culinary put poses. The Lima Bean surpasses sJI other k. m unlni nf exce lencr. boll) as respects qtialny and productiveness and may according to Wilson, be 'consider ed without a rival in tho vegetable world.' The Case knife and Pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 April 1845

The ohiiEiltni Democrat. M have sworn upon the Altr of God, eternal hostility to cvory form of Tyranny ovor the Mind of Man." Thomas Jeflemon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume BX. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orroaiTE Sr. Paul's Church. Main-hi TERMS : The COT. UMMJ1 DEMOClUlTwillb published every Saturday morning, ul ' " w Ajjjii.rin n per annum payaull nay yearly in aavance, or ixvo Uoltar. ffifiy CcntSfif not paid within the year Vo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than uix months; nor any discon tinuance permit ted,un til all arrearages are aisr.iiargtu. ti I) VEll TJSEME NS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at une Jjouarjor lliejirst tlirccinserlwns and Twcntu-ftve cents for cuerti subse quoit nser'tion. ICp-d liberal' discoun made to those, who nivi rlise bi the icat LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. !',!'" ?JL! POETRY THE ALPS. BY W O. CLARK. Proncl monuments of God.' sublime yc stand Among the wonders of his mighty linnet. IV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 April 1845

"rnvrit wiruoc? rt.n " lures me ... send you the following synopsis.0"1""10 10 T,0S Navigation .fits provisions. Tho almary system ofj Company tiuhinL' rnecinr ai.urnnrutioi.s lias been ,"inB u. usn.nic , ions X 111)31', .fjtril UO, tb If. lO'l Ins lificit itio spring for the elecltoi i )fi tif Juslircj throughout the county, n ry ir number of people than usual weie in st t ndsnrc upon Court, (he fore pan or thU week. The now Justicei.wlih their fctie anil new Constables witli their sureties made quite a formiablo ippearanee, and rciiJerctl Danville quite a limly village Wt were right glid, to meet with so uisr.t old friend from dilTttf out p:irli nf the rout, ty, and fxtciid to tlium tho right huiul of fVllowship. And we wcie right glad too, ti see the almost unanimous expansion nf the penple m attendance, in favor of the removal lull East, west, north ami south ol the County, annear to be awako to tho set he pjtytneni of tie interest on our lund ling of .Ins important mcasnro to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 April 1845

SENSIBLE UYMPAMIIY, We find the following " Pllsburg Daily nicrii'Bii; A sluuly nlil farmer from Jefferson culled at out tifliro ycsierda f some papers with accounts, of the fire marked tu uw that his township had taken h lead and had taken pride in taking ioli lend, in gelling up cimvenlionH and ocessious several of such; he said, ol le yearn. 1 mysell never atlcnucu any 01 enii but 1 am going Home nnw to see n i n eel up o convention and procession o, in my township; and this one 1 will lend. lid; God willing, I will como into iv n with it. We will have net' her lings for banners; nor music;said he, but bread d meal; and clothing, and Tar tighter and adder hearts than any who hnzza'd in 10 or '44. See if wo don't. 'PIia T.nntulnlnro nf M toll I itq n llna latnlu Sad under consideration several petitions . . , . . I . I ... . ! .1. C. . . . I... raying inai ine laws oi mo oiuiu may uu 'simplified' as to come 'within llio knowl go of every person,' 'and Jthat every man ay be admitte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 April 1845

AGRICULTURAL, , ,o maintain, in one of ilia diir I Dissolution Of Xnrtvcnhlii. Masons we ever rrcupcl to have expel. NOTICE is hereby given that the Port meed, a decree ol inoitturo on the par. urrahip, heretofoie existing" boiween Ihe where the salt was used, highly bniufi- subscribers, Under the the firm of Eyer ii citl to have pit-sei Veil llic blades eieen Hefley, is thin day dissolved bv mutual when ihuse all around tho s-il'cd tiat I consent1, and the Hooks ami accounts may in... blid ii to nt.wdcr on lliu isliuhtesl be found with Charles Hefley. at the old toiirh of the himll. stand, who is authorized to srttlcall uciotlnis The ....... U which we have mnuV. " firm! antl will,)e ''"PI') " wait on i. i. ' their mmds in settling the same I hose "' -I-- - - Villon, in an cxpi riciiCB of some years .1 . i i.. i. . . i. . . . nil we, incieiure, emoouy mem inus timely, in oidet that our readers mat vall iht-mst lves of ihem. Should llit-i 10 so, we doubt not but that their expe rien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 May 1845

" I have rwoni upon the Altr of Cod, ctornal hostility to cvory form of Tyranny over tho Mind ol Man." Thomas JeireMoii a mv. Volu me IX.3 KLOOMSHUUG, COLUMBIA OOtNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 3S 1845. ei 'ii OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, oih'ositk Sr. Paul's Ciiuiicii, Main-st TSEMS : The CQLUAMM DEMOCRAT will bi vnhlhlied even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable hall iicarlu in advance, or J wo jjotiam Fifty Ceiits,if not paid within the year ATo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than nix months; nor any discon tinuance permit ted, until all arrearages are discharged. J1DVERTI SEMENS not exceeding a square will br, conspicuously inserted ul One Dollar for the first threeinsertioni, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscr'tibn. ICT"J liberal discoun made to those who advertise by thcyiur LETTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. POETRY THE LAST INDIAN nv jiiss m. a. 1.1:1:. Upon thai distant rocky shore, Where tho broad Pacific's waters roar, Gazing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 May 1845

JFoveign. ARRlV aT, OK fUU OALEDOXlA. WARLIKE NEWS- liy the arnval of (ho Caledonia at llo.-tn wis have London dales lo ill 4 h nnd Liverpool lo the 5 h. The Caledo dm was delained on? day by the Gov crnmen'i in order lo bring out the de lute in I'jiliamcut on the Oregon qur lion. Warlike. There -is little of in 1 1 r est by this arrival except the parlia mentary debate on the Oregon question which has decidedly a belligerent aspect reducing it to a certainty Hut ihn con (1 clinn claims of the United Slates and OrcalJJrilain, to the Oregon Territoiy must bo seltleil either by war or by ar hi i rat ion. This debate took place in lirliment on the 4th inst. The atten tion of the lioue was called by Lmil Joho'.UtHsell lo that pirt of President l'olk's Inaugural, which refi-rs lo the nubjf cl of Oregon. Sir It ibert Peel spoke upon it at some length and con cluded his remaikt in the subjoined vord.:--'A J the subject has been brought under discussion I think not improper ly by the noble ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 May 1845

FEROCITY OF A HEAR. ; I BABES IN THE WOODS. The following remarkablo instanco When llio firo was laging in llio moun offi'ionity in a bear, is recorded a in I)aiphin counly. Pa. n few da) having occuired at Brighton, Mdinn, a(J. a half ernzy woman look two of hei nearly fciriy yeni ago. it is seldom cliitdrnn. one five and the other three ycais that iho black bear mamleuM so much oUI' I ?,ul I''!1 10 lhB """MUIm, ' "I" fer .ri.y when met w.lh in the forests 7" ""' lay. afterward, nearly nak of New England. This one, however ?,J '1?'.'. """'""f " b . . , . , , . Hie lollowuig Monday they were found in vu accompanied by her cubs, .and her .,, W1,jej, ,QM nf xJ wM eou.my.tf.n courage and rane were timulalud by the mic3 from ,heir ,0n0i ,laJ bee Jove ol her ollr-pnng; uenjJiiiin rosier son 01 major .'saci FnMer, of Biidgefon, being on his way Ihrougli a luickel ol woods, wa.ssuuuenly alarmed bv the erowlinn of a bear. lie soon discoveicd an old she-bear and 2 cubs. The old one immediate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 May 1845

AC-rHiaULTUKAIi, From tho Farmer anJ Mechanic. LIME AN!) inKN HAHD MAN UUE IN RAISING WIIKAT. 'We h Mrcel of very supeiior re txiieji, weighing 05 lbs, per bushel. The wheal in question vvs iho pnxlii" of a fi-ld whio.i n shoit lime pinoe vt lliu pn of b wns'o common llu' luil been cultivated lor many ye.tr.s nnri w.t deemed lo hn loo pour nod worn mil li yield any thi'iir,. After enclositm it, ihe present owner put lime upon il in Iho proportion of one hundred hmliels lo the acre, and subsequently followed iho luno with a librr.il application ofptnd Hie greater the supply ol this food, the utiblc tinnon. List fill tho fluid lliu prepucd vv-m lowed in wheat, and h j HI retur. it'll a crop of Iho very besi qiil"y, svcMgiuj; ihiriy bushels lo the acre. Mr. Fluet Permit mo lo direct ynui nllenttnii to the Above aiaiir.tph, When (com Ihe IJilumore Amencm. I ehowj Ihe bum. fit to be deriVfiJ from limo und him vird manure when th two sre used lonHher. The Let is mor valuable since ihe cio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 May 1845

7 V ' C ! have, sworn upon tho Altr of tSoil, eternal Inutility to ovory I'orm of'Vyra.Hiy over tlio Mind of Slmu" Thinia Jeilbwon H. WEBB, EDITOR AKP PROPRIETOR. Volume IX. BLOOMSHSURGr, COLUMBIA tOloFIT, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 845. iVumbcr OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orrosrrn Sr. Paul's Chukcii, Maiksi The COLUMBIA DEMOGllJlTwillh published every Saturday morning, at J ifu lJUhJ.JlKt) per annum payaoli half yearly in advance, or l wo Hollar, fifty vent s,ij not paid willnn tlieyca Vo subscription will betaken for a shortci period t un hit monllis; nor any disron tinuanci, 'rmitledfUntil all arrearages are disr.t...t gcd. sMFEUTIStiAUhVS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at iJnc Dollar Jor the Jirst thrccinserliom and Twenty-five cents for every snbse intent nsertion. tCfJl liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year f.RTTR US addressed on business,niust be post paid. THE GARLAND- " With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care." A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 May 1845

COLUMBIA DEMOUttAT. MJV 10, 1845. IMiVR l'AN 1' FROM TEXAS. By NewQ elean? papers, of 25th till, w le.no Ihdt me- force of public opto ion in Tcrj in favor of annexation has cemplled Uiu President to i.-sue hi nocliioil!Tlmt convening a session of C jfjjreaj on the lOili day of Juno nex'. Tne people re taking the mailer u tlrir own h.wdi, and will scarcely leave ilme for Mr. Ashbel Smi'h lo go l England, before thy vvill probably have the question settled. At a mseling hf 11 in Washington county , strong rcjolutions weie psed i i fivor ol immediate annexaiion. 'wlth oil'. ref.-rei oe to the wishes nr concur i niiea of ant roaciox or Eujiopea.v Ii was rtimorjd at Ihe al o govern ,nonl that communications hud been re ceived from Genpnl Arista, by wat of Corpus Christ and fi xir, conreying (xajirarce lint t tic new government ol AA-xieo in ilmitsed (o treat with Texae THE WINTER IN EUROPE. Tlie last number of the Douttche Sehnell. poal give; an account of great aufTet ing oc. casioned ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 May 1845

Useful und Cheap A parlor slovo hasl The Hon, Charles Hunt, of Oonl t n i..u.,.,i n.,in.. iinmrn. I.a. with ncr, Mo., has bcnitealhed $15 000 foi uri.il mi vinv ii u imiiuii i . . mi uitached Uaslometre,hy which as much can bo extracted from iho coal during ilm day Kb wi'l eerve fur light during the evening. They Iibvo raised rival lo Tom Thumb in Tcnncsseo, who is now exhibiting in Now Orleans, Ilo is named E. C. I.owry is twenty years of age, and measures on" y two feet eight inches high, and weighs about folly pounds. His head is of the natural size for one of his age, with a man ly and intelligent expression of countenance. The dwarf Tom rhumb is said to have nciled to Mr. Uarnuin, by his exhibition in Hue-land, over 3100.000. Barnttm hired n tho little fellow for a number of years. various religious oljci. HURRICANE AT CHICAGO. T'hc Chicago Ne vs states thai n piea" hurricane visited (hit section of conn iry on tho 23d nil,, and Hut almost eve ry house between thai placo and .....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 May 1845

AFFECTING ANECDOTE. riMAL riBTr. A young tail, but newly admitted in lo a miiiiAry cnooi in xuAnco, soon i.! ir r...L ! I mine mrnst 11 appeal ui lamer h singular diiipoiiHon, ny Ins remarkshle eDslMni ousness. Whatever variation ol iJict . -ii i i. .......... .,. i.;.... i, whs unuwiw, nu nuri iiu oiijt unur, nui bread and suup,iud (Irani; noililn but water. The governor bpinp informed of thisS. Skinnei ' lo the Njlional Gallery cooduci, so vmy uncommon in a Hoy, attributed it to nn Indiscreet dovolion,, unci reproved him for it. everthe less, the lad persisted and the novemor mentioned the circum3lanco to Mon sieur Paris Duverney. called hffort him mid lie had Hie hoy with his usual tnlldn M aud moderation mention tolilm tlit minit uttirtiilarit if watt tit? nn mpAni .vaui.1, ni'iMim --J " "J proper or allowable in a public instilti - lion, and that he must certainly con - lorm to mo ruiee nnu uiei esiauiisncii there. He afterwards unsuccessful! tried to find out tho reason that c...

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