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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 January 1846

'lib .... - have sworn upon tho Alter of Ood, oternnl hostility to cvory form of Tyranny over tlio Mind of Mnn. Thomas JoIToiboo Volume IX. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCKA orrosira Sir. Paul's Cnuncii, Main-st TEEMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCJU Twill be published every Saturday morning, at TITO DO LLJlRS per annum payable: luttj yearly in advance, or I wo Dollars Fifty Ccnls,if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a sl'iorter jicrtuu wtuii muninn; nor any iiisvun tinuancc permitted, until all arrearages are tlischurgtd. JinVFllTISliiUENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted nt unc Dollar tor the first three insert ions and Twcnlu-five cents for everu subse tUent nscr'tion. SC7V liberal discoun made to those who advertise by they cay LETTERS addressed on b'usincsx,must be post paid THE G A 11 J j A Ti 13- " With sivcclcst fluwers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care" From tho Doaton Post' T II 12 LOVERS. There was a candle maker nun, Am! ho was very ol...

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. — 10 January 1846

B3 HH5 Correspondence of the Public Ledger Washington! Jn. 3. 1816. Mr. IIjrrajon,froin t ho Committee vn Military fTjirs, reported a bill to raise two regiments of monnted riQ men (for Oregon) and for othei purpose, which became the subject of a must impoitaui dobjte. A motion to make the bill Ibe order of the day for Tnesdny next dieted a' spirited discussion, in which the movel Dr. Douglas, of Illinois, Mr, IIolme,o! S. C. nnd others, particpated. fl th conclusion of Mr. Ilolmes'remarks, Mr. John Quincy Adams look the floor, nnd loran hour enchained 'the attention of the House. The members crowded around "him, and he was frequently .interrupted by applause, ilo expressed him sell tie cidedlv for the tohule of Oregon,' bnt in favor of giving the necessary nolict bdfore any other measures of minorjni nortance were adopted. After notice was given, he was theo for'tak ng steps to protect our citizens in the Territory. Hut the 'notice' chould(take precedence of all other action. At th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 January 1846

PRESENCE OF MIND. A romarkable caeo of presnhco of minil iclaied in the Si. Louis Uovillo A fai iuikI f Ihc ed.lor was on llie leo with n itiful tirgro seivant, several years Hgu, il wont through 'souse 'I'lio new,, evei hud the ptcsuueo of mind to run iew yards below and break a hold in e ice, when tip popped lui mitai rough tlio liole, like it tight cork from h illo The militia expenses of Pennsylvania, ring tho year onding the .'lUilt of Novem r, 1815, were .$18, 81)1 02; while the re :eip s lor militia lines, during t!io Bame no, wire only S7 838", 1 8. The Colonel a lirive man but he says of thu 18 tho'n ml expenses, ho is decidedly of opinion ai 18 ci'itti would have bei n much near j value of tho milili.i service performed Whim for conto n pi. J A Seminole chief is preaching in Pills ;urjj, and 'a Chinese in St. Louis. 1 r.!w'fyn.-..i-i--'ui...-n.ii...li.i.nii w... H MAHUIED Om Hi" 25 li mi. by Rider T.frl. -Her Mr.JOIIN 1c.SNALL 1 11 nvich Columbia Co. In Mis ATIL-7RINE GVRM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 January 1846

WHAT A FARM Ell WANTS. The Farmer wants a sable mind, A purpose sura und steady, To patient Industry Inclined: Fur business always ready. Good careful habits well infixed. And judgment acting clearly, To sift out truths with cirur mixed, Tliu' it should cost Ijim ifoatly. He wants a ncal and prudrnl v i fo . Who. when lie earns can save it. Who kindly soot'ies ilio care of life, ('Best fcift of him who gave it ) He wants a snug and tidy farm. And strength and hejllh together: . A house and bain to keep all warm In cold or rainy weather. Heaven' blessings the nmust crown the whole, Or all his hopes are blasted; J3ut wiih this resting on his soul, The purest joys are tasted. lie then enjoys a bliss unknown To thoso the world rails gieatcsl; Known only to the good alone, The earliest and the latest. A WARM BED FOR PIGS. I very well remember a .nying of an old gcnilemit), nnu an excellent farmer, that it you would- make a hog prolUa bier you should not let him sec a win ter; and I think...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 January 1846

" I havo Rworn upon tho Alter of Ood, eternal hot1Hty to every form of Tyranny over the Hind of Man." Thninn Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volurtac EX. BL003ISB5URG, COLUMBIA '(JOtFrY, tPA. SAT IJK.I A Y. JAN5JAEY .17, .1840. T " -mm- Climber Hi). OFFICE OF TflH DEMOCRAT . ori-osiTB St. Paul's Church, Main-st- TSPwMS : The COL UMlilJl DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable huff yearly in advance, or Two Dollars I'ifty Ccn1s,if not paid within theyear. .No subscription will, be taken for a shorter period than nix months nor any discon tinuancc permitted, itittil all arrearages are discharged. JlDTERTJ SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conipicttously inscrtcdat One Dollar for the first thrceinscrlions, and Twenty-five cents for every subsc qucnt nser'tion. ICTJ1 liberal discoun made to those mho advertise by theyear LETTERS addressed on busi'ucss,iiiust be post paid. Governor's r&essagc. 'To the Senate and House of llcp...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 January 1846

of lio VninJ)n'0n r' ilranch Canals '"ion. Th-v," Division, In connex .""J 1ie rnous improvements owned e jv.4h ' . . 'on wm.inies 'besides ooeninz market i... ' . .-. ..': ' t t.i. .ithe productions Ol llKriirmer.iniiiisii ts outlets for coiil ami other mincral.Oiy 1v;lvnhjm!,ftSiVlH-6'so of ifie neighboring and Cistern Sntcs to the- great sdvanl sco of both. M my parts of the iS'iaif are also found most favorably a ( 1 1 m-1 f to llio crowing of wool, another ureal staple of national independence, and tbe succesful application of mineral coa1 to the melting of iron, has given 'a new inipdtl, amine in, tu I hi.? most impoi- tant ot all (ho branches ot miiiuficliu cs. It is not surprising, therefore, thn our people feel a dep anxiety in reg.m to tha adoption or the chango of iinv policy, 'on the part of (ho lederal gov ernment, whiih may be supposed to af feet such ureal interest. Y'lic regula lion of n milfoil import!), so as to favor. the developement of our domestic re source!), ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 January 1846

i no iueinouisls have purchased .1 lat building and spacious lot in Oinolnnali.tmd intend to cMablish.a Female College, in be called (he 'Woaiern Fenula College of Cin- finnnll.' , Ell'tiris nro now making to cslabliali Hjilaciip.il Church in Cairo, Ejypt. accord iK 10 pl.iiia sent o.il by llio British CJ.iv iruuicnt. KSQW3E53S5S2 IV - r .u noi unircquurilly mortified by eiimu.iningf ni 'our lroil.tr editors Iho following from a Ivalmam j.mrnal.ia 01 uii clinratsiet: . 'If i.'mse of oru patrons w'no are in ar - . il ream vvoiiiu rtmemb-r when thev kill a beef or pig, and have any to spare, would semi us a piece, ivo would bu under obliga tions lo ilium. Ii is a notorious: fact, al though it may not be generally known, that printers have mouths,1 133Z2flKffiK!H3Sm Fanny Ellslej lost by roguery at least 1 nan ol the money aim hid m.idu during the iwn jenrs sue nati porlormed in America- i'liis was arried by '.miiy ElWcr in the presence, of two oilier nerjns. and there ran bo but hide ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 January 1846

...DRIFT'S SALES. 1 virtue of a levari fscla.i Inme directed, will tfjj Co exposed lo public'sale at tin UourtHousc in JJanvillo, un Monday, the 19i day of January next, at tS o'clock; the following property, to wil All that certain lot of ground in the town of Herwlck; ailjoirting a lot or Abraham lillr,loumi ed on thonort.it by Front-street, being six y feet in wlJlli, on tho south by ainlleydiciiig 00 fret in width, nnj on the east by an alloy, 80 feet indent!) iviicreon 2a erected a A TWO STOflV I M7A FRAME IIOUSU LL11S6 ALSO All that certain lot or piece of Ini d situated in Berwick bounded as follows, to wit : froiiing on Canal-street being aitty feet in front on Canal trcet.fwm the corner of stild lot or piece o' ground on Oanal-slrcst an alley that run from front ttreel to Canal-street, and thence by a line urros3 Raid lot in a line parallel with tho alley running from Kroni.strcet to Canal-street so as to mako sixty fee front on the alley running bctwccn.Fronlalid Canal-str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 January 1846

33 9A .. t have .worn upon the Alter of Ootl. etori.! hoiHHty to every Aim of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.-Thom J.ITowin II. WEBB, UDITOK ANIi WR&VWimTOR. Volume BA. 1SLOOMSRURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY. JANUAJY 24.3 384 :viimiic 40. kj am nil OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT ot'ruarru St. Paul's Cnuncit, Mais-st- T-fcLiPfcljCS 1 The CO I UMDM DEAlOCltJl Twill be Hlubrhcjfneerr!L&?lurda-f v,orm"S' "J 1 IVO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly m advance, or I wo Dollars J'V1!! Cents, 'not paid within the year, ATo subscription will be taken for a shorter period titan uixmtmllis; nor any discon- imuancc permit icii,uniu ait arrearages arc discharged. ADVEllTlSExMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted al One Dollar for the first thrccinsertiom, and t wenty-live cents tor even snbsc intent nsertion. tCT.'l liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the ycui Lfy'TE IIS addressed on busincss,viuit be post paid. Til A K L A S I) " IViVA itviclat fluwers enrich'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 January 1846

"TIIOTH WITMOCT rsAn SJTtfltV.IY j.i.vti.ixmt, liO. few Uopi" "r CHARl.nS M IN Fill's new Illstnrv of Wvoitliiltl. fot sale a Tdtuabla and Intelenlin Uook. dice $?. Inquire at thU Oiliw. IMPOR.vrNEWS FKO.M EU ROPE. By the arrival of the ship Liberty i Bos'on, four djysjaier new has b-eii received from Lmdon. It announce. Ihe resignation of Sir Hubert Peel and the entire formitlon of a new cibinet. This new is important, politically s well as commeicinlly- This chinge of ministry' has created great excitement in England, the meas ures proposed by the late Cabinet, ihe opening of the port", and the extension of a more liberal commercial policy: were deemed to be essentially pee measures upon the existing relations be iween Great lirittain and Ihe United Slates' The attempt to carry these measures through has caused the dissolu tion alluded to, and placed men with new views an'd new feelings at the head of aQiirs. Politicians will be confound ed by thejintelligeneo and speculators ii i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 January 1846

STATEMENT OF THE AND Expenditures OF COLUMBIA COUNTY; FOR THE YEAR 1845. 'Die Auditors elected to adjust and settle the public accounts ol Ihu Uounty ot Columbia, have examin fii the lamo from tho 7th day of January, 1815 to the 'i uay of January, 1840, bath days inclusive, and re f pcfAiUy lay before the Judges of the Court of Common l'leas the following statement and report agreeably to the 22(1 a id 23d sections of an Act of the General Assembly, paised the Mill day of April, A, D. 1831. DAVID CLARKE, Treasurer of Columbia coun ty, in Account with said bounty. To balance at last settlement Amount received from Collectors for 003 53 the year do do do do do 1840 1841 1842 1843 1814 1815 5 00 80 25 844 00 2001 89 4040 71 301 00 -7938 91 Amount received from other sources. of tax on unsealed lands 51 03 redemption monej on do 140 40 of Jamb Demon 1 24 L B. Ruperi 743 38 TIioiiihs and Wm. Barber 175 00 Jacob Eyerly, jury fees 4 00 I). II. Cray 50 00 as premium on pay't of State tux 58...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 January 1846

QJNEIV ESllMLlSxMENT.Xb TIN and S23HB-BT IRON TUB suhsclibcr having located himself In illoomsbwe, Is prepared lo furnish all kitid of ware, and pciform ill kinds of w oik in Ills line of luins, nt cheap rotes nnil nt slioit notico lie h'M furnished himself Willi n Hew nlul splendid tt , W tiK.is. irjclii cr uml iiuiU'ri.iU fmin I'liilo delphis, ni.d made a large purchase of ( OA I. mid V'jOJ) STOVES, of various i-atteriis, to niijily h t c.i-rtotflers. lie will constantly keep on lia J, TTJ UMSIE of every description. STOX'VS, a largo variety, neatly and sulutali tialy finished, together wilh VIVt:. Sl'OVTS for buildings CO.1I. 11 UCKE TS, A c. A c. Ho respectfully solicits public patronage Hav ing been forsome years engaged in Ins business, and having experienced assistant, he feels confi dent of satisfying ail who may favor him with t'leit custom. cuu.yniv .yiL'iicit.i.vrs supplied nu liberal term?. Call on the sou'h sid of .Vain-street, 3 doors below the office ef the Columbia ....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 January 1846

a HESS ag.gii''fagsja I havo sworn upon tUo Alter of God, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny ovr the Sllnd of Mnn.' Thomas Joflermm II. WEBB, USJITOIS AWB PROPRIETOR. To I nine IX." BLOOMSRUKG, COLUMBIA UOkNTY, FA. SATURDAY. JAjVUAKY 31, 18-40. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT opiMsrru St. Paul's Giiuncii, Main-st JThe COL UMlilTnihMOClLITwUlbc published even Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annum payable haJ yearly in advance, or 1 wo Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year tVu subscription will be taken for a shorter period than ui.v months; nor any diicon tinuance vernulleU,unlil alt arrearage arc discharged. jJDVERTISEMDNS not exceeding a s'juare will be conspicuously inscrleuui One. Dollar or the tirsl tlirceinserttons mid Twcntii-fivc cents for everu subsc- intent nscr'tion. tC7" 'A liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. Til R Ci Alt LAND- " With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 January 1846

rcM aid 'complicated, an'd greally fbn- 1 I; iinviia or iiiitrcD1. i tit , 'i. ..i i v. . ok foi iw ilib, for p he tiiynient o! ncrel as it fllo mie, it i the ionic , whether the iiUr si i, paid in ir Iho taxes pay the inlrres'.- 0 i-lctl tvilh litis arrange uieiii, ih five per -cent, for collcriing might b sued lu the S.ale, by authorizing tin couily iri'KUriTs to receive ihein n payment without the intervention uf tin 'collectors. The report recommends the taxing of guarantees of imprest on rilrt:ttl and canal companjes by the Commonwealth; onil al t , taiTof ten cents per ton on Amhratrr coal. Finally, the Treaurer recommends the csiablismenlerf a Sinking Fund, fur the Gradual rxtlnguish.ng of loe public dobl.On 1 i. Buhjecl he remarks' 'We have a great prosperous ami wealthy Slate; but the pub lic debt is a grievous burden. Tho lirei dol'ar that would go into the Sinkinj Fund would he cvjdenro of our safely, and frr rt.izen would breath mote freely'Ev- i rv rpvties of property' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 January 1846

f'niTVPPtJWPfPn'nc! 4 brick moulds, 1 barrel of cider oil, 0 chairs,, VjUUiv. i L.lt.'L,! I U.U3. 1 comer cujil o inl, ! tnblc, 2 wheelbarrows, 1 onu On vcsterd.v, miiinine. Friday, llireo n'"" ,waf 'V '.,w? 'l0"0 w"gon' 1 cow' 1 culli"s m.... M"... h,:.i-, t .. I .l""t. . t of single harness. 'o vmiin iiiiimi uirnii, in,, 1 third nam? unknown, us ha refused id pIiispiI In gifl it, wcih iinesit'tl in litis vicinitv ty u ornoglil before Claries Knhler Lvq, on the ch-ttgd ill passing wntiuterleit mono v I tiny li.il. whuti arrested, about $5U0, most nf which is no doubt Cuiinterfeit. About U50 dollars in tens nn the Schenectady II ink, datod June l li unil I Itli 1815 soveral '20 dol lar hills on Lawmowii Brnk several 21) dollar hills on Ithaca Hank, and several K .1 .. I I I. .11 t . I . i u unuar uuis on urange ttanK, Desuies a large number of Counterfeit quartor dollars. John S teller anil the unknown gentleman wero coinmittcd lojiil for ihn want of bail, to take their trial sit Ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 January 1846

STATEMENT OF THE JSTS JTY MTX HWV Svf AND ExpendituE'es OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, FOR THE YEAR 1845. Tlie Auditors elected to ailjust and settle llie public CccounlB of the County of Columbia, havo examin 7d the time from Iho 7ih day of January, 1 8J5 In the th day of January, 1810. both days inclusive, and re spectfully Uy before tho Judges of iho Court of Common l'leas the following statement and report agreeably to the 22d and 23d tections of an Act of tho General Assembly, paiscd the 1'Mi day of April, A, D. 1834. DAVID CLARKE, Treasurer of Columbia coun ty, in Account with said Gounty. To balance at last settlement Amount received from Collectors for G03 53 ihe year 18-10 5 00 do 1841 80 25 do 1812 844 00 do 1843 2001 80 do 1814 4G40 71 do 1815 301 00- -7038 01 Amount received from other sources. of lax on unsealed lands 51 63 redemption money on do 140 40 of Jacob Demott 1 24 L. B. Rupert 743 38 Thomas and Wm, Barber 175 00 Jacob Eyerly, jury fees 4 00 D. B. (Jray 50 00 as premium o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 February 1846

I havo sworn upon tho Attor of Ood, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyrnuuy over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume IX.. ULOOMSBUBG, COLUMBIA (jOlJfTY, PA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1846. iViimlicr I a. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCHAT oitosite St. Paul's Cnuncii, Main-st TE3.MS : The. COr.UMJilJl MiiMOCllJl Twill be published even Saturday morning, al TU'O nOlJ.'slllS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollurs Fifty Cents, if not paid within thcyeat fVo ntbscription ivill be taken for a shorter period than uix months; nor any discon tinuance permit tcd,unlil all arrearages are discharged. . i' it iwmi ii 11 n f ft irn t jiu i-4ia ldijiuiiiMi not excccainz a square will be conspicuously inscrledul One Dollar for the first threeinserlioni, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nsertion. ICpJi liberal'discoun muilc to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busincss,must be post paid. THIS A It L. AND " With sweetest flower...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 February 1846

Correspondent uf lit P abbe Ledger. Washixoton, Jimmy 37 1810. Ihe debate in Iho Senate yrsterday, of which I sent you last ntghi art extend cd synopsis, embracing most of the nrontnenl points of (hit discussion, ha produced a great scnsiliou al the scat ol government, oiin lo the prominetil'tio union of si ver al uf the Senalois eiifitgr-tl In the debate, and liom the supposed ol ficial character of ionic of ihrir slate menls, arising out of the known rcla lions existing between mc..e irentieman ond (ho texcpuliva of tin- Nation. 1 will bo scon, that while Mr. Calhoun considers Ihe intelligence liom Etiiopi of a decidedly pacific character, Gen. Cus in of the opinion, founded on ad rices received by the government, tint oclion on the measure;" fur thu national defences should not he delayed, and the sentiments of the lJiitish Cabinet art not of n character co pacific a to war rani tiio belief that Iviglaud will aban don Oregon hitheito put forth, ind ii'uhi which she Ins hitJierlo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 February 1846

a.- Public Sale.1 Will bo exposed to PUUMO SALB. on I nt 10 o clock, A M at the house of Mr. Faust re Killing on the premise, the FARM, belonging lo'the estate of Mot.hia Shlpman. late of Mt 'lensant township, deceased, containing ISO Acres i or thereabouts, with a tolrrablo eood Home nn,l Hani, a good Apple Orchard and a variety of other fruit trees, situate on the wcstsi.lo of big Fishing u"i muo nun a nan irom I.iahtstrcct. It Is expected that there Is UEONORUon ald premises. Duo attendance and trims made Known on llieilay olsalo by tho subscriber: EDWARD MclIENKY, Executor. lebruary 7, 1810 4t42 ) virtue olanalias testatum vend. Rr in dirc:ltil will beumisril til nllltliti Bfitsa at Court ouse in Dar ville, on .Vilurday.the 28lh day "fM.ruary, 1810, at 1 o'clock, P. Al the follow. "B properly (lo wit:) A certain tract of laud situate in (iallawU Villhii townshins.iii Columbia ( 4 " - 'J , "11.111. ,111 lour liuiiorc.1 acres morn or lcs-4, adjoining lots of Jn'ohSlniiiinn, Jnali ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 February 1846

STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND Expenditures OF COLUMBIA COUNTY; FOR THE YEAR 1845. G03 53 The Auditors elected lo adjust and eUle the public accounts of the County of Columbia, have examln ...... -l-fm ). 7.1, dav of January, 1845 lo the 7ihday of January, 1810. both days inclusive, and re "f fn- u u.tnm ih .Ii,i1(Tfis of the Court of Common 1'leas the following slntcment and report agreeably to the 22d and 23d sections ol an aci oi wu paiscd the 14th day ol April, ft. u. 100. DAVID CLARKE. Treasurer of Columbia coun fy, in Account loith said Gounly. DR- To balance at last tettlemcni Amount received from Collectors for the year 1810 0 ,lo 1841 80 do 1812 844 .lr, 1843 2001 do 1844 do 1S45 Amount rocoived from other sources. of tax on unseated lands 51 redemption money on do 140 of Jacob Demott 1 L. 13. Rupert 743 Thomas and Wm, Barber 175 Jacob Eyerly-, jury fees 4 D. B. Gray 50 as premium on pay'lof Stato tax 581 of Reeao and McBrido 5 nf Sunervisors of Jackson town ship for C. R. B...

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