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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 December 1845

0 ' Itl If , ...... . -..,. - . - -'- f vnij,iiw'T,W'3g,jiari. Voliutic l OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. OPIMSITE Vr. PaIL's CllUKCII, MaIN-ST The CO I. UMIJl.J DEMOCRAT will It published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable hnlj yearly ih advance, or l iro Dollars Fifty Crnts,if not paid within the year, Vo subscription will betaken for a shorter period tatii ix months; nor any discon tinuance permittcdjiintil all arrearages are dischargid. JiDI'ERTISEMEXS not exceeding a square if ill be conspicuously inserledut One Dollar for the first threeinsertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nser'tion. IV .j". 7 liberal disconn made to those who alvrrtise by the yrai L UTTERS addressed on business,musi be post paid. THIS C A II LAM)- .U't7j sweetest fliwrrn enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with cure.'' 1'ioiu tho Philadelphia Saturday Courier. THE STAR H OF HOPE. DT CIIAM.ES J. JONES. Vli(l sighs anil If ats, 'Mid doubts and fears. When Sorrow's darkriing cl...

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. — 6 December 1845

Btnrao.tr, imcK.naBHa, isu. CuVec tor' OTicfMcriVhik. Dee. I, 1H13 UoL. U W'SBD, Dear Sir The following1 show llie col lections til lliii office Juring the present eion, up lo, mil including ihe 30ih of. November. A slso the mount tonnage of Coil shipped. Amount rolleded in Nov, 7,133 42 do. per hit report, C0,800 40 NY hole Amonul 07.033 82 TONNAGR OF COAL Number of wns in November 18,573 do fer hit report 159.828 Whale amount chipped up to anl iucluJing 30.h November 178,401 Yours, ki. JOHN MrRLYNOLDS, Col. ONG'KESS. The Cut session of the 20ifi Congress convened at Washington City on Monday last. Fotty-ihree members f the Sianate, and 212 tnemberaof the House were pre sent. Mr. Davis, of Jndioua, was elected Speaker ly the 'following vote: Mr. Davis,Dm) I0 Mr. Vinton, (Whig,) 7J Mr. W S. Miller. (Native & THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We recHved the President's Message on Thursday, but its extreme lehgth prevents its publication this week. We shall, how ever, publish it entire in ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 December 1845

noi in: y i ft ' V.l A' suss si. s:. i:omsov. HAS In j'lM returned 'rmn I'hthdelpliia pd ohlnl ii hi r lorinrr nock a large -oVlni'"1 Millinery "'-'I Fancy Ariirles. Vi)iifi','nfi 'n Pa'''l' genr.il aADrtiiioiii ul j'Jvfiitnttb'c Hibboni of all kin It, lliHiri'1 enhrs ami ipin,i;, H'inU' 'rl'J' ' '" Z'' '"rc's '"" ''. ri,, iot every ih inp rls- that may h rilled fi ' il l'r l,u, All ill which will In; Vcr." !' I'ull("s ire iiijut'tU'il to call und fee 0,1 I""""' 'Vl s Di'ct iiiln r tJ ms'iXG run nun. ul uiu uij.1 quality, just r ri'ivrti i"iv MM. Mi K EL I V A Co Ilercmber 5 80 IlAKKiI.Si.f.lie best quality of 5 j list received by WM McKELVY fi Co. rcembcr 5 it POl'XDS cf n superior quality of JlilSll MLMOX jrist received at the storo of W M, MUKELVY & Co Htfccmlicr fi AT THE New fSiore LIGHT-STUEET, COLUMBIA CO. THC subsrribprs tnl i lliia mcthnil.of informing the public Ihiit they huvi' just nrrivcj from J'liila Uclpliii wilh it splendid assortment of NEw AND CI i HA l' GOODS,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 December 1845

MY NAM CIS HAiNKS There are thowsHuJt of people 1 1 this cotmt-y, who msle "!,e"' t-'""1"10" fX')ion:oni), 'My iijiii i llucs,' " Ihi'y Bitil)wul lea villi; place " mly jtiddenly, )cl ft' v know Hum wi.fi.ee Ihe eiiion i lUiivfd, .1 won common raying, or one in moie Kmei B use hos ni'vrr been not up We hem it in Miine, in Geom", MiyUnd i? in Aikum-a. -il is in the oionih of tin old nd young, tin- ftrsve Hud (he Ry in ehoil, 'AVy iuu is Usnes' enjoys i popularity which no olher canl phrase does be it our ntxi care- to give in on Some for'y-five ymri since, a gentle man by the nacie of Hanes was travell ing ou horn buck in the vicini'y of Mr. Jetfenou'i residence, in Virginia. Par ty spirit was running extremely h'mli in those daya. Mr. Jtlleroon waa lrefi dent, and Mr. IJanea waa a rank (eder alisi, and, s a mailer of course, a bitur opponent to the then tinting mlmiuis (ration and its Iiead. ht was uoi ac quiinled with Mr. JeuVraoi, and acr-i dentally coming up with that &nle mi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 December 1845

4V' ? HTnl giWi- '"'."JMI mil -aw I have sworn upon the Alter of Ood, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ever the Mind of Mu.' Thoman JuUewoo II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume I A. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. iro Hie Senate and House nf Iteprtstnta It is to m source of unaffected nat isfaction to meet the Representative of the btates and Ihe people in Congress assembled, as it will be to receive the aid of their combined wisibm in the ad- ministration oi ptioiic auairs. in per foiming, lor the fuel time, the duty im poiied on me by the Constitution, of Rivine to you inlut mation of Ihe Sine of ihe Union, and recommending your consideration such measures as my judgement sre necessary and expe dient, 1 am happy that I can conzraiu late yon on ihe continued prosperity oi our country. Under ihe blessings cl Divine riovidence and the benign in fluen ce of our tree institutions, it stand before the wotld a spectacle of nation? happineKti. 'With our unrXumplf tl advancemen in all th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 December 1845

ct ki Oeii IViiain ,u iliry had done, tlieTluy have ni a il no nppral lo nrn's b.i( i.'v.' i) aHij-uii J i I Columbia rivor. ''he h , Vp e icefiilly fortified themselves ii i lit of any foreign power to ihn (ice nan ,,,..f n, vv homes, hy tha adoption o! ration of any ol our rivet; tnrougn ma Ijnri of our country , w one which I v.n en rilling to concede, ( hIko embrai ml a pi Mvjeion.lo make free to Ureal 1 1 r 1 1 u i i mis port r porir on ihe rape ol Q mdri mil Vsnemm-jV bland, suuill of tlii parallel 1 1 a J Uus been s.uew question, routing uti'ltT ili.v:ufMon for the lust lime, this proposition win i M not h ue 6m. made. The ex'rnoi dinary and wholly inad i.iissilih: demand- ol the lln t fovem-liit-iii, ami the nj-etion of the proposi l,. 'i undo in d'truiiou bIoho lo tvlm : i,l Icon dun. bt ny piedt-ci'sfois, and i i u: i,l 1 d uhl i jlion which their acts hf lied io impose, afforded satisfactory cv.itci'fe l i n l no compromise whiih ihe l',.inil Slates ou-ht lo Dcrtpl, can b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 December 1845

Ick Person rtosrd llie Norili I' vr hi II i. hi on ihc ire uii TlltiMlay iiioiii ;ki:a r i.am) mm r The timl (i I i lie jj rem I in d : ruie of tin heits o Cornell A Motehiiuse against llu ciitcsol New Oilcan ami Philadelphia, in vnlving upwards of 200,000 acres of hind in the pariah of Ouachita whs commenced on the .5di ull., ht-loic Judjte llucli:inan, in New Otleatu The titles o!' nearly all the laud o ii e i p in (ho parish ire involved ok. iiouGirruN, " It i stated in the Western paper that, ttlihough the seart h for the body of J)r Houghton hud bet-it conlinued wilh ililigeticr lor fouriecn days, all hopes of recovering ii have now ceased. The water where the ho.it upset, in calm weather, is scarceU four feet deep, j el an under current that flow? near the spot haa undoubtedly curried ih body into the Iske. A lilile dog belonging to Di. II., to whom he was much studied came imo F.agle Kiver about an hour after the boat upset, his body much bruised hy being dashed against the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 December 1845

Brandret h's Tills RE l) IIU UlllllTnl IIHI ! 'i'llr lllll. Mill COni wher,.l, medic,,,., lliaml.o.U OK will h app,.vU.'vl n. il.rv n,hi .I...I J. v will be uudei.t. od that Ui. J rii'd'i ii li;i st.oiiL;. .t tl ii iu u,i) tlio . It it lino t'l.ii rciy ii iliviilu.il who makes a triil o'' ('..ii lii.iiiilivilt I'.IU cd.ir.Jc i I't.nt tu b the. Ucsttm.l, iim ihey ever mod. They nro indeed itiC'li.'ine about which lit 're it mi ml-tak.i. '1'licir value in a climate m c'lMiijcilila aii oun cannot I sufficiently pniiit rJ A lve nuriiiiiniii.iii in at once ieoicd . thus lli'V :u i colds, and consumption in prevented Those who luvo a redundancy of bile find ilicin ol tho most essential service, and should there he a .1 ft'.-'fticy of that important llui.l the Braodrcth Pills hve an eamillv beneficial rll'vct. Ol'icn bus tins important medicine saved vuJualilo lives in tlut re giona whore the dicudful yellow fever was prevail" ' In A low dimes taken immediately upon the in. It-etion being ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 December 1845

-v- vireraniasimiwj - I bare sworn upon the Alter of O.M, eternal UustHttT t every for of Tyranny uver the Mind of lUn. Thoma Jeilenjim II. WEBB, EDITOR AND -PROPRIETOR. m.no.Msiirun. coi.tmniA. colxtv, pa. s.vtukdav. dkcumihij: -20 m i"- " tWiirflSHJUBittaiiiMajritjrasi 5 ) Volume I A. rr: wnrwnaiiii i main: Pr.'fJjy.-lreg-a.--- OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, .porUtion fiee of du-y. On uilie.i thyi The well-known fact ihai ilia i.riil of - r a I 1 f t 1 oriMiUK r. tail inrncii, main-st nny impose tow nuiies. n uiese cias P m i 1 J r Mm kJ 7'Ae CO. (M77 l)V.MOCllATwillhe published even Saturday morning, at 'VIVO DOLLARS per annum payable liaij yearly in advance, or J n o Dollar Fifty Cents.if not paid within the year . iVo subscription will he taken for a shorter period Hum si.v minths; nor any discon tinuance prrmittedfitntil all arrearages are dischargi d. JDl HKTlSHMr.SS not exceeding a square trill be conspicuously inserted al i)jie Dollar for the first thrfcinsciiions un I I :rrai y-j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 December 1845

mors ihar. la'f our praro rstablishmetit, wis drawn toother on an cnif rgenc to Hidden, tfl-!0l R 1,0 at credM on Ihe ujli c us who were end usicd with the exe- cuiioii of then 01 Jt'ta, a wll st u;on (lie UiscipJ ne ol tha miny jttll. To bo in tteiij;tri to protect aud de- fund tha people mid lei nioiy ml lexis in the event Mi-x co should commence hostilities, or invade lur leiTitoiiei with large army wliicli slid threatened, lU'hnriz d the nenil assigned it tin eonimauJ of the army of occupation t mike requisition for tJJitloiul force from several uf the S ates neatest Hr Tex m teititury, and which coulj most expedi'iotis'y furnish theni, if, in his o pinion, s larger force thin that under liii command, anil the auxiliary aid which, uriJif like ciicumslances, lie win Huthorixul lo recievo from Teius ahould bn rrqiiired. Ziie contingency upon which the ex f rcis" of ihis auilioi ny depended, ha." not oceuired. Tim circumstances an tler which two compinies ol Siate artil lery fiom t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 December 1845

.7 Crash , While idc itudrnla of Will iain'a (Ndlee, W'ilhatiistown, N J, were m pt i y r i on Tuesday, a louJ crtuli wp heard Unceiuin what ii-ilit be, presi dent, iKiilflmcr and nil, quickly iiiahrd the, door, a ml what wait ihcir ennleriialitn when ihey aaw tlie roof of Ilia eollejrj h il cied in, leaving in upper atnry lot I iim hi of mini. I'lit) Jdui.iuai are reckoned lo b about $1000. .Inecdott of General Jackson The Freilericki'juig Record lella ilia following tlory. In ilic ye ar 1821 our informant met ai the Little of Sir Ocorge Atiery, many ilia tiryiiLilicil I2niihinii, then in lr Thu ciiiveraation turned on the then pending Presidential election, and fenrs wete ex preassd tin t should General Jackson be e lasted, t'te aminablu relations between tlie two courtrii'S might ha mdaugrod, ir. eon' 8B-nien.: of hisjh handml excrciss of powm ti evinctd during Ins command at New Oi pAn. Tna necessity, on Ihe part ol out informant, of replying to thoae observations was tu upended...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 December 1845

W! TIIK (JAIMilM) H"7A iu.tctc.it fltiwtrt tnriih'd, From various garden cut? J with cure" i'AbDLE YOUR OWN CANOE. My father diJ, God real hii nul, When yeara nnmberad two, And left me 'midm tfcia world aloua To paddle my own canoa. A step grand.itldy, now no more, Taught me my V and Q Aod ever in my esu lie dinn'd You'l paddle your own canoe. My home was on Elyaian ipot Of bright and sunny hue; And therefore I the aoonerlcfi, Top addle my own canoe. And through the world roamed al large. O'er land and ocean blue; And though the struggle oft wsa hard, I paddled my own canoe. For thna 1 argued man to roan la often. limes untrue; 7ben while with health and strength you're blest, Just paddle your own canoe. Ai partners in the strife for gain Self-interest will pursue; And leae you with their debts, peth aps, To paddle in your canoe. And then no syjnpathy you'll find From friends that once were true They !tnet you lost when first ceased To paddle your own canoe. Bit I one cherished obje...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 December 1845

N .... . . . 4 rw i 1 to art -i raj h h m w ciij ki rwi wi gEfawwaSBTIII HWMMH' mm In tiilJt IJJftMUt5jafefi 3r3oS55Sl 1 ,mve worn upon tho Altor of God, otornal hostility to ovory form of tyranny over Iho Mind of illan." Thcir.au Jofiereon Volume HX.. SSavMrtrsaftmiB OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. ori'O'iiTB Sr. Paul's Oiiuncn, Main-si TERMS : 77 COr.UMJIM DEMOCRAT will bi publiihr.il even Saturday morning, a TWO DOUfdRSper annum payabl, li'ilf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Centsdfnot vaid ivilhin the mat b'o subscription will be taken for a sl'torlei period than six months: nor ami discon tinuance pennitlcd,until all arrearages at e tlisniarfrid. si D TEH J'l SEME XS not cxreedins square will be conspiruttusly inscrtcdai Uiic uouurjor tlicjirst three insertion and Twenty-five cents for even subsc iiuent nscrtion. IC7V liberal discoun made to those who wlv- rlise bu the ilea Lli rPR 'IIS addressed on busincss,must be post pant TUH G All LAND With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From viuioi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 December 1845

' i hi ril wi rum : run sjximn.tv, onati.msntt t, tais. A A-w days since, a FLAG SUM DOCKET HANDKERCHIEF. The finder will confer a favor by leaving I' with llio PRINTER. Ucmocralic County ilBccfiiirv- A County Mreting of tho Democttitie Citizens of Colnmbin County, will be held nt lha lionee uf Charles Doebler. in ''looms, burc, on Saturday, the 3d of January uext, nl 2 o'ciock n the afternoon, to appoint a Senatorial and a Representative Delcgpte to tho State Convention to be held at Harris burg on the -lili of M.nroli next, to nominate a candidate for Canal Commissioner. Jhj or.hr of the Dsinn cratie Standing Committee. December 21, 18-15. Thursday Evening, Dec. 25, 1815, si meeting of citizens of llloomsburg, oonven cd for the purpose of arranging a Debating Society, tho following proceedings were had: II. Webb, was chosen chairman, and O, II. liuckalovf, Secretary. On motion, William Noal, II. Webb. C. It. Buckalew aud E. ArmEtrnng, were chosen a committee to prcpaie rules for t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 December 1845

r. The Washington correspondent 0f ih Vol 1 fl,,.lln ...!..!. . ...... -.-i uuuci uaio 01 aiat inst, at y ; IMPORTANT RUMORS. Mi. Saulnior, dirnci from Vera Cruz, nmvo.l last ui,.bl, and hrin dcspalchec roui Mr, Slulul, our minister uxmordi nuyio Mexico. California maybe lionuhl oj Mexico tor si5:Oof) firm no wnen 1 s.iy maij be huu it I, l. prob.t by do not f.pt.k in ilia right sense -.i? rnap, i hiiohui say nun been bought conditionally, by U. S. verrimeiit! Cmi. I'lii-dcs, communis r in chief ol tin; Mtxicin fi.rot'i raised ainsl the 1J. .Viates, has declared war against the MsX.cjn ijuVvrtiriierii. Letter writers nt Washington assert 111 it Mr. Denton intended at the com tiieuceinent of this week to bnntr in a bill lor lliu (irgituziiion of an army of i vvo iiu fid ten inoimuu men, am Hie an llianziiioii of a war loan of SIO'000,000 lo jirepn-o the con itiy for any cumin gcucy ilu; may grow out of the Oiwgon (pH'StO n. Woll, they are great on a talc in tin West They say that iho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 December 1845

Hero is 0110 of tho inimitable ilog 8to ric of tho Nashua Telegraph, A Smajit Don. There is unotiRh of ho iIor mixed up the hi following aiory to entitle, it to the njmo of 'doi toi).' A man down east had be n exceedingly annoyed by wolves, which destroyed his stieoji. In tho course of timo a di g fancier oiTeied lo sell him a dun. A very notable dog he wa', too. The catalogue of his merits was a vety lor.g one then? was not a dog vlrlue in lliR whnle cata logue for wliich he waanot diatiiuuiihed but if there was any one thin" in which lio peculiarly excelled, il was n ntowess as a wolf hut.tcr. Thin wat- touching our friend on 1I12 right spot The bargain was c'o'id, and he wailed an opportunity lotefl his it 5. At length there came n light only mer enow jU5t tho kind of snow for wolf hunting, and ho took hit dog and gun and aalted out. lie soon crossed the track of varmint tho dog took tho tcent an d bounded off in pursuit. On fnlhved cur friend, up hill and down dale, 'through bru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 January 1846

mm BijJlLjlJSuiiSSR I hnvo sworn npen the AUor of God, eternal hoittllty to eVoryvfortii of Tyranny over the Mind of SUti. Thoniai Jolferaon If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PMOFffilETOR. VoJiiniy BB,OOMS?URG, COLUMBIA (jOLNTY, JPA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 3, 184.6. ; umbo' a 7. .OFFICE OF THE DEMOCIU oi'i'J3irt2 St. Paul's Church, Main-bt TEPwMS : ric cat: umdiji nEMociuiTwiiiht published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLJlUS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Tiro Dalian Fifty Cent s,if not paid within (he year. (Vo subscription will be takenor a shorter veriotl than nix months: nor any discon tinuance pcrmittcd,until all arrearages are uiscliargea. jlt)lrEllTISj:MEXS not exceeding square will he conspicuously inserledal unc uouarjor inejirsi inrce.insrrituin and Twenl'ii-five cents for even sidisc nucnt nscrtion. arjF.l liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year LRI I Iilifs addressed on busuicss,mwt be post paid. ess TUB OAKLAND i With sweetest fluiucrs enrieh'd, From var...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 January 1846

CARRIER'S ADPHH, To the Matrons jf MUm LE L212JDCE3 ii JZ. o . - . . ?,...... t)n Wo If ri Judlcr. to II,. .In,!, and exploding - j . - , , , .H,,, a sen l.nllowan.1 ridiculous Idle filial. llu U.I.', ..... ,,cv , "TltUTII WITHOUT KKAn Manufactured on a Machine, under Ike benignant operation nf the Tar if) of 1S-12. PRELIM INARY. I. Here we go it, chips and thunder I How we'll make the pcoplo wonder t Our machine is greased anew, And 'twill whiz, till all is blue 1' Over the world and into the sky Away .' away .' the ideas fly .' SALUTATORY. II. We some, we're standing at the door, With rhymes ten dozen lines or more : And cap in hand, are waiting, willing, To take your smile and (ob your shilling ! And as a maxim 'tis, you know, In every trade a quid pro quo, Or nudum pactum is the baigain--(Thus much we know of lgal jargon,) While we are pocketing the dimes, To you kind air, bslong the thymes. EXORDIUM. III. The Holidays are come again, And Printer Boys are glad ; To carry papers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 January 1846

BROTHERLY LOVE A H8lonhn on a visit to Philadelphia j ays t lie only specimen of 'brotherly love' lie nas seen in uiui cny was a siruo uciwccn sixteen cabmen for llie prlvilego of eortvey- n g 1 1 1 in in Ins lioii'l SitKitii'P Uackiinstos ACQUITTIII) J H.lljekeiiMos, Slier iirof Hancock ronn iy, ill., hats boon Died a I Peoria on the clurno of murder, connected with the death of Worrell, I In; ami Mormon hut fall. 7'ito juiy brought in a ver did of tint guilty" Tiiojury could urn have arrived nt any other conclusion jmily. The Missouri Pieporlor say, In the fits! place, ho did not shoo Wotrel', nor was Worroll shot at hi." inslfKition or with hi consent, and in !ho scuonil placo, if Worrell had been r-hot by him, llie act would have been, under thu circumstances, porleclly jinn fuble.' U'e hope that this verdict will r ncoiirni;o tho public olheers in the neighborhood of llie Mormons to di.y. barge their dunes learlessly, if dtfli.-.ul lies shill fliin occur bouveon the su nts and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 January 1846

Chair ivianufactoy THE eubsoiibet cpiiiinuet to entry on 1(10 CHAIR MX N U FA 0 TO 1 I N 0 business at the old Jinnd of II Si H. I p i Ducli, where lie will lm rcntlv at all lime to furnish Fancy Si WindMii Chaim, Set tecs, Boston RocKing Chutis Szv, of etorj jcscnpunn, w men niav o calltU Inr, at snort notico and on the most reasonable terms. lie will aJso execute House, Sign A Ornamental Painting, and House Papering. in a superior manner, From his experience in the business, anil Ii 13 fuclliliee of .jiantifacltiring the vaiiuus articles of his line, he Halters himsei: that he shall bo able to furnish us good work, niul upon as reasonable terms as can lie done in the cotlnlrv, all of which he will dispose of for C'ASll or COUNTRY PRODUCE N. 15. Orders from a distance will be Etrictly ut.d punctuollv attended lo. B HA15I2NUUCI1. Bloomsltirp, Dec 30, 183 CJLOCK & WATCH! TO) ES'EOTFULLY informs llic citizens o Columbia county, and the public general! that liu ban IociUcJ himself ...

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