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

I havo sworn upon the Alter of Goil, eternal hostility to cvory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jcilersoa Volume XI. BLOOMSIiUKG, COL.UM&5SA (JOINTY, PA. SATURDAY, NOVEMKBat , 8. H4-5. ,V tin tin:)' a OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT H oiTosiTK St. Paul's Oinnicii, RIain-st TEEMS : The COT. UMlllJl DEMOCRJlTwillbe published even Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLUillSper annum payable iK'iJ yeariy m auvancc, or 1 wo Hollars tijty Uenls,ij not paid within the icar No subscription will be taken for a slorte, period than nix months; nor any discon nnuance permuiea,untu all arrearage arc discharged. Ji I) I'EllTl SEMENS not exceedin square will be conspicuously inserted at unc uouarjor thejirst three insertion, and Twenty-Jive cents for even subse quent nscrlion. tO"Vi liberal' discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busi'ncss,must be post paid THE G AK LAND. IV7A sweetest flowers cnrlch'd, front uiiriuita " irda u cull'd W'lli cure," 1'iomtiio New York M...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 November 1845

"rnuTU wVrattCT nun" s.irutuMY, .-ovr.MDvn t), is is. PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Pursuant to public notice, a meeting of the citizens of Uluomsburg was held nt the houso of Charles Deobler, on Saturday evening, Nov. 1st. The meeting was organized by appointing DR. J. RAMS All PnnsiDENT, and A. D. Cool, Secre tary. The object of tFie meriting was staled in n very neat and appropriate manner by Dr J. Ramsay, after which, upon motion of William AcKelvy, a comtnille of five per .tons w&g appointed to viow the several proposed litoa for the erection of the new public buildings in the town of Illoomsburg '& report to the nest meeting the conditions upon which the a aid (rants of laud are offer- fid or may be obtained. Whereupon iho ollowing gentlemen were appointed Datiie Snyder, William McKelvy, George Weaver .tiding! Dart-lay and John M. Chamber lain. On motion of William Neal,-Rev. D. J Waller, Iddings Barclay and Dr. J. Run ay. were appointed 10 piepare a diaft ol the buildings to be p...

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

i Latest dates from Philadelphia qttoto wheal al 1,18, and a corresponding riso in all other grain this is owing to the fniluros of tho grain and potntoo crops of Ettropo. MAKRIED. Hy the Ilev. I). S. Tobias, on the Gili inst., Mr. Jacob WrniNlG to Mi.isOATIIAKlNE GlLUEIlT, both of jlotinl I'loasaM. DIED. In this town, on Thursday last, Mr. (aini:s Jackson, aged 30. THE MARKETS' 15loomsiiuk&, Nov. 8, 1S15 Wheal, Hyp, Corn, Clovcrsecd, Flaxseed, Butter, Oats, Tallow Lwl Dried Apple?, Whito 7iuans Hceswax 100 5q 4 5 4 0 1 12 15 27 S 10 7 75 100 25 VANDEItSLlX'H. aEGS leave to inform the public, that j tio id prepared to attend to nil the oper ations in dentistry, il ell aa removing- The Tartar and other Foreign Sub- , stances. From the teeth, rendering them clean, nnd the ginns and hrcnth sweet and healthy. The cctvitici of Decayed Teeth Will he dressed out and filled with Gold or other foil; uf the finest quality, as the cane may require, which will generally prevent their Hehing...

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

flciiack Docloi'9. The Knickerbocker gives ihe subjoin od, which is a pretiy good illustration of the general value ofqUack medicine. 'There aro probably many peoplo now living, who remember Iho celebnlcd Jow quack-doctor, Reubon Nathans,whn flemished some forty years since, anil whose medicines the 'Chinese Hal earn of Life,' and the 'Celebrated H-iir-Invigorating Lotion,' mado so much noiso at the time. But few, I presutm havo heard of tho anecdote I am about to relate concerning him. When lis doctor's medicines were first announced to the world, a simpla minded laboring man purchased ono bollle ot the Lotion and another of Ihe Bilsam, for his wife, who had a consumptive cough of many years' standing, and was besides threat rned with the lotal loss of h r hair. The woman used both remedies accord ing to directions, and as is usual with ignorant peoplo in such cases, hnui;ht they were really doing her a vast deal of good The cough seemed to her to bo going away rapidly, she -'breat...

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

I uavo sworn upon the Alter of CSott, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jeirewon H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Volume UclUjnESHMiUii OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosrn: Sr. Paul's Cmmcii, Main-ht The COL U Mill A DEMOCUJiTwill be published even Saturday morning, at 7'irO DOLLARS per annum patable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cen'ts,if not paid within the year. (Ve subscription will be taken for a shorter period than ai.t months; nor any discon tinuance permiltcd,until all arrearages arc discharged. JlDVKRTISHMKNS not exceeding a square will be conspicuous! 'y inscrledat One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subsr qitenl nser'tion. CT .7 liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year MiTTHRS addressed on business, must be post paid. ,.,, .i i. ii in in- JTt Til 13 d A. K LAND' Q,1- - VJ. " U7M mvcitesl flowers enrieh'tl, From viirium g.irilsni eull'd luith ntrr." From die United Slatcn...

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

1 . (he brig anil relumed not now laden v ilh gold and silvcrspoils ono wag fill" . I with the niratef: the other oh, musl i writtl with i he wivee and daughters of lie slaughtered dead. Pour rears after these evenlf a pirnie vjs executed in one of our large cities vho stated, b-Lire his death, that about he time to which this sketch refers, if was master of a schooner, which cap urcd among other ptizes, a French brig rom which "pvcral young fcniBles were -ikon, carried to a remit zvotis in Cuba id .thereafter having auUcred the most lioriible ilrradaMon were at last Ml ue stroyed by poison. Beyond all doub these wero the til-fated ones of tin L'Amicitic. A WHITE WOMAN .f.MONG IN DIANS. We have firqucntly read in novels passages of a nature corresponding with (he subjoined extract, but it is rare that such incidents occur lo mar the unvari ed sameness of every-dny life.Upwards of eighty years go a gentleman emi grated with his family from Pennsylva tiia to Indiana, where his house w...

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

nttsraenanna ami Koutl Uompuiw Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 10 IS, ' Tim annual meeting of the Stockholder., of thin Company will bo hold, agreeably in lo lint charter, at thuir oilier, No Ill.Wnl nut street on MONDAY THE FIRST DVY or December next, at 12 o'lock.noon, (nr the election of a President, six Mana iits. iiml a Sue rotary and Treasnrer of said Company, for llm ensuing year. TI10. HAYES, Secretary. a e w B O O T S AND STO R E. shoe pJIHC subscriber informs the tuiti lie that lie has opened n MIIOl! S'J'Oltn at the lower end of Main Street yjloomsburg, ut the store fiirmolly occupi rd I iv I!, Lutz where ho intends to keep gener nl assortment of shoes and boms, for men and vvntueuswure, which he will mII as low, if not Imver than tho samo quality of goods can be bought in Onlmnbia county, lie will also muku lo order nil kindV. of boots nud shoes, lit short notice, llnv iir determined to sell low, for n unnll profit, he ro-qiecfully invilics lhoo who are in want of uny thing in his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 November 1845

SHOCKING INHUMA-NTY 1M0 TURB OlAIEKRY ENGLAND.' The Jjondon limes publishes the testi mony of persons employed in the ..'nun vcr Workhouse, pi oving thai in repeat ed ints'.ances, iniltcil almost eonatan ly llin innntol llf t lint CSlabl.ahmOnlt WllO ivcro nnnloved in crua 'iinu bone,('to bs ttc ntl aa m .-in til' a havo kmvnd oil the fluh that dune to them anil even suck r,l iim mirroiv from thorn, when boih wero in a state ot putresconcr, to ap pease the rage of heir huim-r. Ctun were they known to quirrol for these bones among thcmclve,, anil raw po totoea were very frequently eaten b thoe employed-in gaidunini;. Such statements almost mate one'. blood curdle, at the terrible wretched ness and starvation which in ' Merry England' can reduce human beinn to such extremities, and yet the facts are established by abundant am conclusive evidence. In the letter of tho Times' correspondent ot Sept. 13, thcio Is largo body of this testimony. John 'Cole, fifty four ysars of age, testified...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 November 1845

ffl " I hav sworn upon (he Alter of Rod, eternal lioytfMty to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of M.ut." TlemfiH JeirVrmm If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR YOtiimc A I. ISLOOMSHUKa, COLUMBIA COtXTV, FA. SATUUDAY, XOVIMIIIKlf',' 2. !Si5. 0FF1CE OF THE DEMOCRAT. i'lTiksnu Sr. Paul's Ciumii, Main-st yiff cor. UMiu.1 democrat win it published i vert Saturday morning, at J'lt'O DOLLARS per annum payable It'if yearly in advance, or Two Dallam Fifty Cent x,if not paid within theyeai. So subscription will be. taken for a shorter period than nix months', nor any discon tinuance pcrmittcd,until all arrearage are discharged. Jl I) I LIl riSEME.VS n ot exceeding a sijuare will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for Ihe Jirsl three insertions ami Twentn-live. cents for even subse quent nsertion. C7V liberal discoun made, to those who advertise In the year LE TTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. 1 . . - 11! THE (J A K li A XI) " lVi'i swevtc.it. f lowers tnrich'd, i'rnm v irion "'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 November 1845

liD i m vU VMf, N .i '"'1V ,.i'w.-'-.i5v. .i ri'im.tW'VM'K.'naKii nt im 1.1 Fuhlic l.uiCil.u. Tim Cummluce niiuinli.l al ii firmer nu'i'tiiii! o ohiaui grrutiil i:i.m which to ImilJ tin' I'ouit House, irporteJ to ail mljotiriiri! met'iinn on .St Onlay iiitnj lnt. ill favor of the lut Jiri'c'lv o. -lio Pcu'liltiV Motil, nml the r'nn wa.t ucio (uJ 'I l.-n i u u i.lrul and t.niulil'ul 1,rolioti. The lot i, 0(i feet tro.it on M jin-at rot t, ruid-M ilo"i The i,:il!tj.l l.jviiig been procure i for the lioiuc, I It u i l ling coaii.Hltuu will fur liwith prececd lo pru" iiiw .uWTij'liofis atij miikc arrmijetneiit hi' put lin,' up the puUio builJitiRi Mitrlv in the next imcn r pradici.b'o- It ia the intention to have tin-re cotnplctcJ hy nevt November Ynnlicc CEOtL-lVri.ars. These biids of prry visit otir section at h regular intervals, and are followed on Ineir exit to parla unknown by the indignation nm! anger of dozen of whom they have defrauded. We never knew hut one honest flock -pedla...

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

An enslcni paper st.i'ri ilui a min amo where down on CapeJCod.has drunk nine tit one thousand nine A- hundred riglity-three "'asses of rom in the last 3d year 'I'hf cost would i.-nonnl lo near !?0 000. ami w. venture lo n:iy he is not worth it 'iip.' li i! fault with hard ii nit"-, nn (I wonders why I) rann.il get along in iho wmil, We Irani from 1I16 lldinnore Anierirai 1 1 1 .1 1 ihtiH far ihe number of bou which have aitcendt'd the Tide Wier Canal this year is ahotit lrtl) more ihm weni up dur 11 j the whole of I .i7 year F10111 this t i it e ihe close of the navigation there will he in ereased activity in the business of (he ca ll ;l. r....... ,m Whit will 11 0 1 I'i-ihdo lu? In New V01 k, the ladits have gone hark lo their hoop and long, taper bodices, mil the fjenileiiien well nih, sod some of t'lem ( (i nil, to I hi; waU'eoil wiih II ins, and all 10 31 long and big, k j r as llieir gteat giauilfitheri of a centuiy ago. The 0 hi Fellows ire erecting s )len .did hill in Si. ,)...

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

1UUDS, CLOUDS,. 7ND ri.OWKRS Soo how the nitirnii'H ben z ' M"1' ' iii with tlie leave of the ! t "e. ond willi ibe tli'u k li n: I l."'l" " ' Hut fence! Ii is lln: lucatli nl ln- ontl' end iiphcms upon its tooiu li e I'' little birds'. How btilliahl their j.l.imnff ! bo-i llicir eye ppatkli! how nvreily do tin firm! To inhale iht puie air of heavei in ihr-ir crratrol luxury. Unin i th ticsl above is a red b"eaini robin feeding hrr nrcond broid of little or.e I here on that decayed luc a vooi jircker i lummci inft away Willi im thick bill, eve! and anon u'iri iii a loud t-cieMi' m if he wished 10 make all the noise Within a few fret a ir orl bird j chattering loadly, nr rliinR noi only hi" companions, but cmiimiI Ion, as il M thought us an old fool. Anmniz the cloud (he latlt i pouring out th music of her heart. All, aI the birds an; mu under the open eky enjoying their daily holiday. The cloud are they nol ningnificeir those morning cloud, fl iaiingso roleni ly in the calm ocean of...

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

TO hi lite XI. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. oi'PJdiTi: Sr. Paul's Cimnoii, Main-st T'2?kMS : The GO I UiMBlj DEM 'OCliJlT 'will be published every Saturday morning, al Tiro DO U Jill S per annum payabh hnf yearly in advance, or Tiro Dollars Fifty Cent ,if not paid within the year. Vo subscription will betaken for a sllorler period than uix months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmillcd,unlil all arrearages are disehurat.il. JlDVERTlSEMENS not exceeding square will he conspicuously inserlcdat One Dollar for the first three insertions, and rwenUNivc cents tor evert subse nucnl nsertion. ICT.'J liberal discoun made to those, who irlv-rtise by the year Lli I lEIlS addressed on liusincss,muit be iost paid, Tit R GIlK Ii A.D " With bivutnl f luium enrtch'd, Fro u vj.rUi.ii 'fde.n ci'.l'd wit'i of;." Prom iIid Philadelphia Sat ur Jay (!ouiir PASSION T 11 0 U G II TS i:xtracti:d rit.ui an untunm-mied poem. One silent pa7.i ! urn well I known When pission's filal dream is broken: Tho farewell throbs o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 November 1845

f i n iium UM mm isnwuJ ' !3 "TRUTH WlTUOVjM'tAll SJTVltVJV, A'OVf-WBCn 20, I8f iryTho Editor is absent this week up llio river. He will return in a few days. frlpWe have received the fi"1 numbor of the Jackson Democrat a new paper established at William rport. It supporlo, as il name imliratns. Democratic measures and 4mcn, mil it hat. our best wishes for Us success in prnpnga ling the glorious cwed of Jeffeison. The 'Olive Branch at Money is discontinued Why cant our friends in Lycoming tecun cile their dtfferr ncast The only result of keeping up hostilo relations must be con .tiuued dlsustci and defeat. The 'Cob Toil' Sold ! Lieutenant Colonel, Levi Lambert Tale; Editor of the Luzerne Democrat and sen ior Editor of the Columbia inquirer, has sold the "bob tail" I Who would have bolieved it! Tin most celebrated horse in Northern Pennsylvania is now ownsd by a mere civilian a man too who rejoice in (ho unmusicial name of 'Carn?ntcr' and there are to bo no more romances in its his j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 November 1845

IRELAND. If iftr pnfntn crops hari failed in lltat cmntrr thin yest, U scums at leasl by thr following puafraph' from i Into English pmi, thil ivl m boring' is lo bo an abundant substitute lltirtniNO in litRiAND The tnko of hnr r'ngi along tho west roast of Ireland in mi immensely abundant, that tho ptople cannot procure silt iu sufficient quantity to save tlte in. The lalo Judge Story was not an onrly rior, marking that it was hotter for onn to bn hip wakc. when bo did rio than morely to riao early. JUVENILE I'KRCOCirV. The St Louis Organ tells thn story of a boy in that rity who was caught by an old fellow swinging upon his gain. 'Clear not from there boy or I'll set the dog on Ton,' shouted tho old man at the top of his voice. 'Go to the d 1. ohl stink in-lhe-mud you (tint got no dog!' responded the little siiavor. A Miss Stce, of New York r.ity, lately sued her lover for breach of promso. and re coved 81000. His apology for deserting her might have been that Miss Steel was was r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 November 1845

A QUEER CUSTQMER 'It is most amu.!iin,' iaid It'chatd AArvyn, as he relcnqiiished lie u. tempt In i'ihp Irnm the imiIIki al he COrnci Ol j ml .streets. 'Il l 'a ly f totitsliiitt! how soon ilii? ilictidful cMnnti L,f .An erica hum's on old ni . I dial fj- r-i never sin vive lu lift homo and w it a book about the nl.ice never. II "if 1 m, a x feel two, wiihoui my stucki"", eunwlinn in 6 dlily. republican erniei Without bnlitf able lu helu niV'elf 'U' til it. Tlitie's a lamp winkini' end bln.l IniE in mv free, if it wu' t" ' and xvould if il lnd a inoinh, and a bit brut"! of dog Just now nostil me to t whether I woJiroori to eai. :iat country! hat tiittei! and wlm I quot I only took nine .-unstiers oi vvn;siy nnl uhn tv'nli thai Hnil tiremaltire ohl ogp, 1 vttily believe I am ussjsMn.itud am a corns chicken" Mr Mpfvvn now clamoured so lout! lhal assistance soon cm. S.lence thurr ! wlm's the m..tct?' Matter yourself I'm b-ainft done, oi as lame neonle sty, I'm doiii. In match of mind l...

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

1TI 1 I have sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlie Mind of Hon." Thomas JolIVMor rSlfls WD A WTTfc "RTB KTD rto tTDrTi Volume Xl ELOOMSBUKGr, COLiUMLBIA COUNTY, PA. SATHTSftDAY. BE C 8 MB 53 K 2845. :V?.!scv till. Iff. WEBB, EDI OFFICE OF TIIK DEMOCRAT. oppjsitb Sr. Paul's Chukch, Main-st The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per unnum payuble nay yearly in advance, or l wo jJollurt I'ifiy Cents,if not paid within the year. Vo subscription luill be takenor a slorter period than aix months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmitted,until all arrearages are discharged. jiDHUlTISKMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously insert ed at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every suhse ijuent nscrtion. go A liberal discoun made to those who advertise by theyciri LiyPTEHS addressed on busi'ness,viusl be post paid. THE GARLAND. "With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various aar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 December 1845

lu "THUTII WITHOUT rUAK SJIIKBXS)SCSl!j1I7ISi 8 ssTUiin.tw mEcvjtK&my ibis. Collector's Oijicet Berwick, Dec. 1, 1815 Col. H" Webp, Dear Sir 'The following show tlie col loclions at this office during the present seaspn, up to, and including ilio 30th of November. As also tho amount tonnage of Coal shipped. Amount colluded in Nov, 7,133 42 do. nnr last renorl. GO, 800 10 Whole Amonut SOt.033 82 TONNAGE OP COAL- Number of tons in November 18,573 do per last report 150,828 Whole amount shipped up to and iucluding 30ih November 178,401 Yours, Sit, JOHN MeRLYNOLDS, OI. CONGRESS. The diet session or the 20th Congress convened at Washington City on Monday last. Forty-three members of the Ssanate, and 212 members or the House wcro pre sent. Mr. Davis, of Indisua.owafc'elecied Speaker by the following vole: Mr. Davis, (Dem.) 120 Mr. Vinton, (Whig,) 72 Mr. W. S. Miller. (Native,) 5 THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We received tho President's Message on Thursday, but its extreme length prevents i...

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

Millinery. sTOk 33 53S M. 13. ROBESON, HAS has just returned from Philadelphia nnd ulded ! her former aloek a largo as sortment uf Millinery and Fancy Articles, consisting in part of a general assortment of Fashionable Itibbons of all kinds, Jionncl Vtlvcl of ah colors and quality. Winter Artifuitt Fiowers vfa kinds, anil almnst every thing else that may be railed for in her line. All of which will be sold very low. Ladies are I ( quested to call and see oil themselves. December 5 BLASTING POtVBElt. ItccH of ttliiKfiiiL' I'OAvdcr ul Uio kvnl quality, just received 1 v W.M. McKELVY & Co December 5 UAIUtL'LS of die best quality of j ust received by war MiKelvy & c.. .December 5 I'OL'NDS ef a supciior qiiabty of HUSH SALMON. jnst received attbo sloro of W ai. MCKELVY & Co, December 0 QTAS70NISIUNG NEIVSJ) KTSW & ESS AT THE 9 LIGHT-STREET, COLUMMA CO. THK subscribers tal es this mctboil-nf informing the puliliclli.it tbey have ju.st armed from Phila delphia wilb a splend...

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

J.Jt f.'Vc GOODS, A H I! A II O KM EKS, Jg!m!eCTWy''''''- MV name IS HANES.' ' Thfro re thousands of, people 1 t this country, who make use of the common expression's, 'My rutin is Ibnes,' who., they are shout leaving a place or pi'y suddenly, yet few know Irom wi.ei.ee the expression is derived. A ruuie common raying, or one in mote ginei ol use has never been got up Y e hour it in Maine, in Georgia, m MaiyUnd $ n. Arkansas it is m ihe moinh ol tlx it I tlm iuvu afiil itln f'9V in short. 'aVy name is Hanes enjoys Lvo humbug Ooodi down to tin low- popularity which no oiher cant phrase a nole.i an mrougn. does-cc iiuiu - 6 R uWll)r wyinJ rom,,tctcd Wj new CM. . M l,,ivi.. on jIhiii wlri'Ut near Mai ko, Some forty-five years since, a r nilt- Lffci,,...,,! himg -socked it with i,., id. ..aRi.nr Hanes was travel! Lr...n aoah. which were select. ! i ,i... .,,,iniiu nf ,lr. L...., ,,ri,i rrzard In htyli! anJ prico, lio mz on norseuai.. ... . '-y - ::- :" ",7, , " r, fr.i, uooJ. und hcwmi ...

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