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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1846

I liavo sworn upon tho Altor of OoJ, olornnl hosttUty to ovory form of Tyranny over tho Mtml of Man." Tliomiu Jcircraon II. WEBB, I "VoJtueiu X. B)L.00MSBTURG-, COLUMBIA CJWjTY, PA. SATUItDAY. AFRIffi 25, 84.0. OFFICE OF THE DEMOIUT. opi'oarrn fir. Paul's Cnurtcn, Main-st. The COL UMJiM DEMOCRAT willbc vublishcd even Sulurduy morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or 1 wo JJollan Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year A"o subscription will betaken for a shorter period than nix months; nor any discon- lllliltuici; l"MUlUtU,"Ulll UH ill I UU (f 3 are discharged, A D VEll TI SEMENS not exceeding stjuarc will be conspicuously inscrlcdal One Dollaror the first threcinsertions, ttnd J wcnty-Jivc cents lor every suusc iiuent nsertion. CJJi liberal discoun made to those who advertise bit the yea) fjy'TJJlS addressed on busincss,must be post paid. A 11EMINIS0ENCE OF THE REVO- ujtion. Tho following fad? anil incidents respect ing a noted Tory of Ihe Revolution, wh...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1846

to bVara lhat if your chickens were fed with the crumbs of bread tnaked In mill. much fewer would die. ll has alway struck us, thai tha raw dough of Indian meal was an improper food for them, Irom its tendency to uccome sour wncrv op er.itod upon bv heat it mint ncccseurialh impair their digestive organ. FOREIGN Tho steamship Unicorn arrived Boston at three o'clock on Friday after noon, ana mo neV9 uy tier was mime dintcl v cxprejjed to this city for til Ledger. It arrived at this ollica about a quarter of 12 o'clock this morning The English underwriters havo ol ready introduced a clause into their policies, stating that the' do not insure against capture, or destruction by on cn emy. Uiscuils of maizs or Indian corn, have been tnamifaclureil et Brislol, and they oro described as very agreeable and nu trilious. The cost of the French war depart menl, tin's year, is 325 millions of fran crs, or about thirteen millions sidling The luxury of making razzias on the poor Arabs is rather a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1846

REMARKABLE DEE HIVE-A PO SER. A lady ronled s house in this city, n few weoks since, (says the Si, Louis American) nuu shortly after she moved into it saw lion ny bees crawling about tho lloor. At length she found that they camo down tho chimney After having made a fire, n humming noise was heard in the flue which ran parallel with the one from liar room, the firn place of which is below, Her eons examined tho top of the chimney, and to their utter as tonislimcnt, they found the flue filled with honey, within a fow inches of the top of tho chimney. From tho sound of bees be low; the honoy must extend to. tho depth of twenty feet. Whenever the family wish lo enjoy a delicious ropast, they hava only to send up to the chimnoy, blow a litllo to hacco smoke in tho flue, which drives the DC os ueiow, nun Willi a Untie cut oil a; much honey comb as they wish, and that nf.lho nirssst kind. The flue of the chim noy in which tin: honey is. extends to the basement, and h:s never boen usod WEAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1846

THE GARLAND- With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd wilh care," From the Christian Observer THE VISION The following biauiiful lines represent the wonta of a husband, who had lost one en deared to him by lies whioh not oven the cold hand of death could could sever precious ties of aChrislian's love! & in some moment of visionary thougts she appears lo him aj visitant from the spirit land. The author know not it was taken from a.manu script, and is worth preserving. Twns on aboautios summer morn, The hallowed hour of earliest dawn, Whether I slept I know pot well, Or hew it was, I cannot tell. Bill this I know, the blest above, In mansion of eternal love. Appeared to my enraptured view, Unnumbered as the drops of dew. And one there was the hosts among, Who saw me and who left the throng, in, sweet society, she trod With mo on- earth th way to Ged, Together to his house we waiked, And of the heavenly glory talked Till oft our souls within ns burned, And earth'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 May 1846

I Imvo sworn upon the Alter of Ooil, olornal hostfUty to oyory form of Tyranny ovor tho Mind of Man." Thomis JoffurBon If. WEBB, EBITOJS AW PROPRIETOR. Volume X. BSILOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA. (UO.KTY, PA. SATUUDAY, MAY 25 184G. iViunbcr 2 . I OFFICE OF THE DDEMOKAT. orrjsrrr. Sr. Paul's Cuimcn, Main-st TERMS The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLLknS per annum payable i. .e ;.. .....:-. ''... ).'. rijtt) ( cntn,ij not paid within the year. fVo subscription will betaken for a sliorlei period than nix months: nor any discon tinuance permitted ,unlil all arrearages arc discharged, m JJ I) mii TJ SEMENS not cxcccdin s a square will be conspicuously insertcdat. One Dollar jor thejirst thrcemscrtions, and 7'wcnty-ftve cents for every subse quent nscrli'on. CO0' liberal discoun made to (hose who advertise by the year hfj i J ilto addressed on Ousuicsstviust be post paid. A SAD STORY, THE LADY OF ELM-WoOD. C HATTER 1. The evening shadows were stealing on nt tli...

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

. in teats, would say, lei her he placed with Mr. .itinjlnft in aW8)'i and Patterson; I nm sure she will bo happj oorsighql f'cf beautiful baby ifie 1h()v llcr neariwas iiiiioi pray rr. ihouch her voice was hushed, lest she ehoiilil dist'ub the dumber that was steal jng over ihcchihl. lis calmirsgnlur broallnng was music to her oar. the smiles Hint broke like gleams of shunshine, on Its sweet, sleeping faco snoihed lier, and stole into her thoughts. Full of faifh anu hope, sho commended that precious ono to the caie of her Saviour, and when" so no slrug ling wish would arise, that sho might have lived to protect and cherish it, still she could say in sincerity, 'In Him is my trust.' Long past midnight, the old nurse was nwekencd from a deep sleep by a hasty step advancing, across the apartment. It was tho lotd of Elm wood, who thus. tardily his evening' amusomont 'being conclu ded answered hia summons. 'I am, here Eleanor.-'ho aaid, withdraw ingihc curtain: 'why dtfl you send foi ni...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 May 1846

Population of the United States'. ft itnniing the increase at Ihrco per. cent per annum on the the census of 1810, tho pop ulalion of the United Steles will amount to 20,110,370, on the 1st of Juno, 1817' Ii has been discovered by Professor Morse, that theMagnoic tslegraph can now ba worked without tho ubo of batierios Sevenl experiments havo been made, all ol which proved highly satisfactory. I he discovery will be tho means of saving n.uch trouble end expense. Tho Steamship Caledonia brought the largest mail over received at tho Boston 1 post office, consisting of 113 bags of letters and papers. In list than 3 hours, u mail containing over 30,000 letters, wan assort cd and despatched by tho clerks of the Bos post office. What Next A person in New Haven has invented ind offers for sale, an article called 'Hie (J urn Elastic BibyJumpcr A Dreadful ileal. We copy tho follow inc inhuman deed from tho last number of llio Springfield (Mo.) Democrat. Ex1 'A murder has been commuted in out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 May 1846

TI1IE OABLAITD' 3? With sweetest flowcrt enrich'd, 'From various gardens cull'd with care." from the New York .Evening Pos', JOHN BULL. T ivnnilpr. John, if vou forrrot some, sixty years ago, When we were young, John, was while- as enow, vour head You did'l count us much,John, and thought to make us run,. Dul found out vour tnilake, John, one day at Lexinqtok , And when wo asked you, John, lo take cup of tea, Made, in old lloston harbor. John, the tea pot or tau men, You didn't liko the parly, Juhn, it waan' quite select, Some nutfriffines were there; you rJid'nl quite expect, You didn't like their manner, John, you couldn't drink their tea, You thouL'ht it cot into their heads, and " o o made them quito free; 13ut you becamo quite tipsy, (John, you (lijuli a littlo still,) The day you march'd across the Neck, and ran down UuNKcn Hill, You acted just like mad, John, and were tumbled o'er and o'er By your stalwart Yankee son, John, who handled half a score. But now 1 hope you're sobe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1846

I lmro sworn upon tho Altor of God, etoraal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jeflbrson If. WEBB, EXHTOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol nine X. BLOOaiSBUKG, COLUMBIA COblVTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY f3 184G. iVum hav ;$m OFFICE OF THE C DEMOCRAT. oiu'i)3Itu St. Paul's Cnuitcii, Main-st TEEMS : The COL UMJSIJ1 DEMOCRAT will be published even Sulurday morning, at Tiro DOLLARS per annum payable nalj yearly in advance, or 1 wo Dollar. Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year (Vo subscription will be taken for a shorter period Hum aix niontlia; nor any discon tinuancc pcrnutlcd,until all arrearage- are discharged, j I) VER TISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at One JJollarfor the first threcinscrtions and Twenlii'five cents for everu xuhxe. tinent nscrtion. ICfA liberal discottn made to those who advertise by the year LKTTERS addressed on busi'ness,must be post paid. A BEAUTIFUL INCIDENT. On a fino snmmer's day, n clergyman was called to pmaoli in a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1846

a tmoll minority in (he JIouso of Reprcscn- an Mtick mado on fids floor by Mr. I talivcs, (we hail f.irly -voles, I think, unilcr quarter ol'n cenlury ego, on Mr. Stoeklo.n uio previous question) 10 resist a treaty n member of New Jersey, nntl remarked Which Mr. Webster has lately stated in the ihat tho scarifying ho hail roccived thouM Senate, gianted-near half o million of dol- ,aVC bcen a warning not lo bo forgotten lars-ironi tiio treasury oi tho utiiieu states 10 ef, ,,c fins crying like a whipped bnv 10 the-pcoplc-of Muino anil Massachusetts. ie n(!,rr ,vm,H havo made this attack, had 1 then desired in contend, when put ilmvn r, Webster been in House. Mr A by tln previous question, that the H.luso of pro(.cejclj l0 denounce the course of Mr Jteprceentatitos hail a constitutional r.ghl lo illRPr,() in a slream oflle mnM biitor pas? on i! a treaty. What am now enabled lo add, of rere Ntinn from Ihe Department of Slate, wil prove thai niv instincts of aversion to the liealy were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1846

.1 Poshnasier Detected in Robbing the) Mail.h appears that on tho Oth of March 1 SIC. Mr. Edmund Tiffany, residing In Susquehanna couniy. mailed two leimru ni thn Hiookly.n 'osl-oflico, in Urn above ciiimty, one aililrcssei! to Wutmoro & Co., mill iho other to While $ Barns, of the city of New Yurk, and each letter containing t0, principally in ten dollar notes four ill these bills were mnikod with 3 lilack line drawn across tho hack; also, the daio ol mailing was marked in the hand write ol Mt. Tiffany thoso loiters never reached their destination. Officer A. A. C. Smith of New York, whom it appears lias been nppointcd special agent by the Postmaster (Jcnctal, to investigate this matter, was in formed that two of the ten bills, marked as nbove. were discovered in tho Uonesdale Dank, Pennsylvania. Thcst) bills hat been deposited by a Mr 'enas II. Kussel, who received the aaino from li'iou LI . (J lark the Postmaster at Cherry llidgo. in this county. Upon procuring this informati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1846

T Ii!E GARLAND' With iwicteil flowers tnrich'd, 'From varivui gardtm eull'tl with tare." From the Anaus. WHEN IS THE TIME TO DIET f. naked the rosy infant, Willi ita bright and sparkling eye, Tho joy of the family circle, 'When i the time to die!' Mild as a summer morning, it shook ila head and smiled, Showing infancy's no time to die, So-pure and umlefiled. I asked tho youth, so happy In pursuit of n bultorrly, As he gazed upon me viilfullyj When is the lime to die?' His look bespoke astonished, As he mado me this reply, 'Diatuib ire not in my pleasure, Youth is tin time lo die.' I af;ed tho young and gay, la the festive halls so spry, Who moved in tho modish circle, When is the lime lo die?' They heeded not, but aside Joy beaming in their eye, And cried aloud, with a merry laugh, This is no time to die?' 1 asked the middle aged man, 'When is the time to diet' As he grasped at the wealth of Timo, Not heeding Eternity, He unsweied.-'when my stores are full SCR1TURAL NEWS. The histor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1846

I havo sworn upon tho AIM of God, otornul hontlltty evory form of Tyrauf'oror tho Mind of Man" Thoraaa Jelftreon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume X.. ISL.OOMS1BURG, COLUMBIA (JOINTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY JIG, 18-1G. iViimbcr 4 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Ori'jairB Sr. Paul's Ciiuncit, Main-st TERMS : The COLUMBIA nEMOCIlJITwillbe publishcil even Saturday morning, at TIl'U DOf.LJlllSpcr annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year, fVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than uix months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmitled,unlil all arrearages are disr.niirsid. flkjtnrfillTISUMliXS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inscrle.dat One Doltarjor tne Jirst three insertions mid Twcnh'ftve cents for cveru subse me.nt nscrtion. id" Jl liberal dlscoun viade to those, who wlvrrtisc bi the year 7, Vvio addressed on business,musl be post paid. MARIE, TUG MURDERER. an lNewnxT in' nr.Ai. i.iru. During thai disastrous period of Nap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1846

focst my of the lower annuls; they eat and drink at midnight, enough for a xvtrk, they dsnco by dozens on space too small for Hv0; and they issu from a laifdod almopheio at 110 ol Farenhuit) inlo a January fiosi at Z-ru. ich housekeeper offers a dance bill oncd annually, but each prson attend.- ono nightly for months eucccfsively such dancing vc condemn as a ureal ovil physical and moral. Public Leig er. VTA IS WITH MEXICO. COMM&VCEMENT OF THIS HOS TILITIKS from llio Gjlveitaii i"cw Kxtr a, Apiil 30. On Tliursday morning, 23 uli.. a Mexi can came imo Gen. Tay lor's ramp and re ported 2.000 Mexicans, crossing the river surno twenty miles above. I hut afternoon Captains Hardee and Thornton were sent with two companies of eavalry, 07 men in all, to reconnniter. On Friday they fell in to an a nbush of the enemy, and Lieut. Gain at.d thirteen men were killed, Capt Thornton mi'sinr. and Cant. Hardee, and -10 men prisoneis. On Saturday afternoon the Mexicans sent in a wounded man, who ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1846

Fon tub Columbia. Demociut. LOCAL POLITICS. The advantages of united action, in tti prncliuo of a political party, over factional or individual action, is by all admitted, and is clear. No frith over prospered, the sup porters of which did not net in concert. This fact is provorbialized, ns & puliticn' maxim! it is set down in tho very horn-book of the politician; and its frequent repetition has mado it familiar to all, A party, strong in mi inborn, but with an imperfect organization, is, in this county about alanine upon a new career Vitih cr that career shall exhibit a scries of deci eivo victories or bo marred with defeats, is to bo seuu, and will in a great degree de pend upon tho spirit with which active members, of that party conduct themselves at this juncture. Standing now, as it were, upon the llirtshold of j new order of things in this county, whii a Ion pending local question in the main disposed of; it becsmcs u.i to look around unit look forwatd, to ascertain the ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1846

THE G A It Tj A X D With twcdtst floivert enricird, 'From various gardent culVdwith tart." SPEAK NO ILL. Nay speak no a kimll' ?nr(1. Can never leave a sling behind. And, oh! to breaihe each lale we've heard Id fir beneath a noble mind, Full oft a better seed U sown By chousing thus the kinder plan. For 'it but little good be known. Still lei us speak the best we can. Give mo tho heart that fain would hide Would fain number's efface, Hnw can it pleasure human pride To prove humanity but basel No: let us reach a higher mood, A nobler estimate of man1, Be carneil in the search for good, And speak of all the best we can. Then speak no ill but lenient he To others failing? as your own, If you're the first a fault to see, Be not the first to make it known For life is but a passing day, NoJip may tell how brief its span; 7'hcn. ohl the little time we stay, Lei us speak tho best we can. THE HEART'S GUESTS. ,KY MRS. OFINE, When age has cast its shadows O'er life's declininR way, When evenin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 May 1846

jJiittbi& gut I hare sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal taesffHty to ovory form of Tyranny ovor the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VohlBMC X. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COL NT Y, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 233 1810. iVliiiihci S. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, missioned by me as Envoy Extraordinary opi'03itc Sr. Paul's Cnuncii, Main-st and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United TISPwlS 5 Slates to Mexico, and was intrusted with 'The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be full powers to adjust both tho questions of published ever; 6'alnrdny morning, at i,Q Texas boundary and indemnification to Tiff) DOLLARS per annum payable our cilizcns. Tl)0 rctlre83 of w , half yearly m advance, or Two Dollars f ... ... , . ,, Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within the year.f our clllZBn8 na,ura,y and inseparably Ko subscription wilt be taken for a siorc,jen(leu' il8elf W1"' tho question of boundary period than mx months; nor any discon tinuance permittcd,unlil all arrearages arc disciargtd. jiDVERTIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 May 1846

scmci am, air pf4Unt to ral6 volunteers for a .... .n.itm from sunnort H9 this. I very rospeclfully.-your obedient servant, Z. Taylor, Brevet Bilgadior Gen. U. S. A. Comd'i? .. 'Tho Adjutant Geneul " or the Army "Wajhiii2ton D. C. . The Picayune argues thnt the Mexican! :have boon urged on in this attack on Hen Taylor by foieigners. and thnt Hie .Mexican fort of Sin Juan du Ullna is filled with for eign onginecrs, and llie army nov this side of the UioGrandeis accompanied by French English and other artillery-men. It lo gives the following translation of a procla matton which Ampudh has found means of distributing in the American camp, by way of letting Ihcit readers into the secre' unrviro of tho war now waging- The Commander-in-Chief V the Mexican Jlrnvj to the MgUth and Irish under . .. . . r, 1 ''... (he orders of the American uciicrm uy ur: Know Ye: That the Government of the United States is committing repeated acts of barbarous aggression agsinst the mag nanitnous Mexican Nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 May 1846

Roiiria nf law and llio L'eislaluro. still a wharf. i wliiijiiiuiiiwiwwj impjiii 111 mi ta OB 2D QD G3 Q2 U? o 'TIIUTII WJTHOCT rr.Aii 1 S.1TVUH.1V, .V.1V 23, 1810. 'l'lic Senate linving passed llie act author izing the 'resident to raise 00,000 volun teers, by a vote ui 10 to 2, vc publish it in to days paper, Wo publish our paper this week, one day in advanco of its usuil publication, lor the purpose (if spreading befuro our readcis the important and ylorioua news froii llio ur my of Occupation, 'JThu ifHcssagc, ThoPrCHiilcni's .Message, to the House ofOiinuresJ upon the surject of Mexican hostilities, which we publish this vvetk on our first pages, if one of great beauty nnd merit. Mr. Polk's communications always lead well. His st) le is both vigorous and pure. Thero are in it no redundancies ; no repetitions. Without Mruining fur effect, the eoininunicaiinns of the President are (if foniivc, both to produce conviction and to incite to action. Ho speaks In the point on the topic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 May 1846

THE GARL.AJVD' to tll8 ' With sweetest flowers enrich' d, 'From various garden eull'd with care." MY MAIDEN AUN P. BV HOLMES. My mini! my dear uninarrirtl mint? Lonji years have o or her flown, Yet still she strailis the aching clasp That binds lie i virgin zonei I know it hurls her though sho looks As cheerful as sho nan, Her waist is ampler than her life, For life is hut a span. My aunt, my poor deluded aunt. Her hair is almost gray; Why Till she train that winter curl In such a spring liku way! How can she lay her glases down, And say bIic reads a well, When through a double convrx lens She just maki out In spcll Ilcr f ihor qrindpapa! foigive TV1) Pirni( lip its smiles Yr -,i s'.o would m.iko thu finest girl Wii'mi a hundred miles lie sent her to a otylish school, Twas in her thirteenth June, And with her, as she rules required. 'Two towels and a spoon.' T' nv braced my aunt against a board, I'd make her straight and tall; i nry laced her up, they starved hci down, To make her l...

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