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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1846

f 1 I havo sworn upon tho Alter of Ond, otcrnal hostility to ovorytfSroi of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jofforaon WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,. Volume X. BLOOItlSRURG, COLUMBIA. COL NT IT, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 184G. iVmnlicr 11. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. South sinu of Main, a rr:v doors be low Makkct-btrcct. The GOLUMIUJI DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLlMS per annum payable half yearly tn advance, or 1 wo Dollars In hi Cents, it not paid untlnn tlic year jVb subscription will be taken for a shorter period than .ti.v months: nor any discon tinuance pcrmitlcd,unlil all arrearages arc discharged Jll) VEIl Tl SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted lylu iuiiui fin utv jum tn tt- mat 1 1 tuny and Tivent'u-tivc cents for everv subsc nuent nser'lion. tCTv liberal dixcoun made to those who advertise by they cur r TtiliS addressed on business,muxl be post paid. From llio Lowell OflVring. VILLAGhT'ASTOHS. Tho old village pastor nf New...

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. — 4 July 1846

nr- n at mulmpnvc tins opportunity This first death in my parish niny also lif the last. Nay, weep noli my sister, be cause I may go next, The time at best is client, end I must work while the Jay lasts 1 did not answer. MyJiearl was full am! 1 turned awiy. Tint day my brother as ren ifi Ins pulpit to conduct the funeral set vars, an! in iliem ho did niako of her lift n Ifiajn ti all present, but when lie ad drcs nil himself particularly to thy youne. the iniJJIe rged, and ihe oM. his eyes kin dled, and his cheelt glowed, as ho varied ih" s I'jecl to present tho 'king of terrors' in a different light to each. 1 hen ho turn il to the mourners, nil who wore they II a -own aged fuller, tho companion for miny years of her who was before them in hpr stirnnd. His own brothers and sisters nrcd the liltlo ones of the third generation vt one childish momorirs had not even yet forgVU'ii her dying blisssing. Ho essayeil td snrak. but in vain. Tho flus'.i faded from h'3 "Meek till ho was dendl)...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1846

it I T . '. E q. of .?)irtVon,i ,e (' . my I a l)JMl appomlcdSilpT r o i I '0 N .fli ' anch Cannl, in i iii.ll'll 1 f Wni II. Maffit, resigned. M I' I ,p'h ., A' li n .' 'f " M I P ,.i M tit, in Berwick in the placr : I ni.fi E f. ii fMetl. 'I'lii- N.inltiplu-i Warder says n cliilil win ,ni in ili.it to .111 nr. .Miiinl.iV las:, with inn 'perfect heads, unilPil lo .1 wo 1 1 formoil boil y . I'lm prodigy survived Its biilli but a lew ...... 11 1 11 II f'S. Volunteers nro recommended not In take V a k hoises Willi lliiiin Hi Texas, in cxperi fief l,a- proved that horse of lint color . nut live long nr last well in that cimatn, Louisiana Volunteers The proportion of li(i'or who volunteered for tempo in the Mi N ran if lAp-iin, is onef inrth, rqtiiva- i ni u It! I I O'l nun from Ihe Slate nf P,, wY.nk, 7lHi,t)00 Iroin the ctitito Union. ''i,o luuiiber ur 111 ally tent into ll.o I, (Id Louisiana is in the proportion 01 one to live and three fi'ths of hen voing pnpu j hition rquivolcnt to...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1846

' With sweetest f Invert enrich'd, 'From variout gardtns cuU'divilh tare." From theuthcrn Patriot. PALO-ALTO AND KESACA. A new'sono i'or Tun rounni or julv 1810 Now while otircupi ars, flowing- With memories born to bloom And filial liands are throwing Tlioir wiettlii o'er valor's tomb VI1ib3 lips exulting elioul the praise Of heroes of the past that stood. Tr iumphant 'mid old Bunker's blaze And proud in Eulaw's field of blood Be not forgot the gallant ttain That lifts your name in Mexic war One cup for I'dlo-jSllo drain One mighty cheer for Resacal For Taylor 'Rough and Ready,' True son of truest sires: For May who swift and steady, Trod down LaYega'j fires; For all who in that day o( stiife, :Uainiim'd in pride the stripes and s'.ats, The dead, who won itnmortil life, And they who livo for other wars For these, who with their victory, New wiealhs to grace our laurel bring A heiltli that drains the goblet dry, A cheer that makes the welkin. ring! Nor, though even now wcfaller With...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1846

I have sworn upon tlio Alter of Ooil, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson Iff. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. BLOOMSHUItG, COLUMBIA tlObNTY PA. SATURDAY, J IT 11? 11, 840. Volume X. Number 12. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Hloomsiiuiio, July 11, 18-1G. The Extension or the Union. AN ADDKES8 DELIVERED AT OKANOBVILLD, JULY 1816, HY cit.mi,r.B it. nvcK.icv 1. Gentlemen : Our first census was tak- on in 1790. The population of tlie Union was then 3.929,820. At ilia lime of ill Revolution the number was nlioni3. 000. 00(1. 'l'he original number of Su'es we know wbs lliirtef n. We are to-day just fifty-six years distant from lite date of that census, nni! seventy years from lliat of iheDeclura tion of Imlcpcnilenee. During these seven ty years our population has gone up from ihteo millions to twenty ; anil our national limits havo been made to include fifteen ad ditional Stales I We are just one lifetime removed just ' three score years and ten," fiom our...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1846

T?hil it ilis i'jjt foundation of to land? Can a small number of persons bv ramblim? over- a larao continent y CT - - w never long stationary In ono -spot mil never applying tho oil lo those purpo ses of producllon'for which il is fitted. arnuiro such richt as will exclude all others Irom settlement? Those quo Hons ara treated in tho lollovinjz ex tract by one whose abillt'ica and learn ing well 'qualified him for the cxamini tion. I shall confine myself to consider Ihe sovereignly of man over the Inani mate creation or 'tho earth ilself.O( this right of dominion there i some evi dence, above Lrule animal, in favour of such as cultivate ihe earth; because it is ameliorated or made more ptoiluctive by the skill and Ubour of such. -Hut -as to savages who do not cultivate tho soil, or sustain themselves to much client, by thai means they are in the same situa tion as to this evidence of right with the beasts. "The right of Great Z?ritain to the soil of North America, founded on the fir...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1846

General lit vjlution in Mexico. 7'ic Nrw Y in k Courier says il has advrces Irmii Waxir,i(in, 'through a scourco fully inltllrd ut cnnfi lence,' thai tho Initial stop mve fjrm lafcrii in nearly ill ttio, dcpait inrnip nf Mexico, fur combining tngeilicr In overthrow the existing administration in mat country, having (or Ms ohjocl tho res toration lo powor ol Snta Anna: The Ciiurier Dimes thai nor government has hail or several weeks, full details of tho nnvpf tnents. A plan for a new administration if taitl to have been drawn up by Santa Ann himself, and by Ins adherents circuited in Mexico. The Courier anticipates the en tiro success of the prnjact, Y'lio Washington Union, noticing th statement of llio Courier, says: Wo tlce in il our duly In slate, in the most positive icnns, that our government lias no son of connection with Miy scheme of Santa Anna for the revolution of Mexico or for any a rt of purposo Some ihreo rnnntns ago some adventurer was in Wash ington, w'io wished in obt...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1846

., ....,.li , .mi. r v w I'wumMf Mexican Pretiden ts. The following history of Mexican Presidents wo copy from llie New York Mirror: Gen. Victoria, the fmt President, elected 1324, wilh'Gcn. Bravo at Vic -President, who denounced Victoria, bui -was be ilen, surrendered and banished. Gen.iPedr.izs was elected April, 1 82a over his opponent, Gen.'Guorrco, who used violence to ditbce him: he wan aided Lv a large force-vvith "Santa vtfna st its head, who was defeated, and made his eje ape. In 1828 (October,) a mob headed by ex-Msiquis ddeni seiz. cd the governmcni, and Pedrazj Add, and Guerreo wjs declared elected, with Soon Uustsmcnto for Vice President. after that, B'islamcntn revolted, civil war ensued, which ended in the execu (ton ol Ouerroro in February i 1831, at Osjecj, leaving liuslamcnle in Kje President's chair In 1S3.',Sji)Ij Anna maiched frotnVer8 Cruz to the C i)ital, and made liusta- mente resign in favor of Pedrazi, then in exile in Philadelphia, who returned and served ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 July 1846

tut t have sworn upon tlio Alter of God, eternal hpsllllty to ov?v furm of .Tyranny orer the Mind of Man." Thomas Joflrson ' hTwebb, editorjlnd proprietor. Volume XO BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA OOLNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUl.Y 18s 1846. dumber 13. &rrr. ; . V " 1 1 . irri : - , j DEAIOCllAT. Sooth bidb of Main, a ri:w DO0R9 DE low Makket-strisct. TERMS : The C0r.UAJ3lJl DEMOCRAT iuillbi published every Saturday morning, al J vu uuhijjiliti per annum payublt i...ir . ,!...:. '...- iiiii. Fift if Cents,i('not paid within the year Aro subscription will betuken for a shorter period than uix months: nor any discon tinuance pr.rtnitled,until all arrearage. are aisr.liurgtd. ji 1) VE It 7 7 SEAIE NS not exceeding square mill be conspicuously inserted al Que. Dollar or the first three insertions and Tiocntu-five cents for even subse iiutnt nscrlion. ?0""-') liberal discoun viade to those, who advertise by the year JITTERS addressed on business,musl be post paid. Fiom the Nonistuwn Upgictci and .Dem...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 July 1846

trtiti had a long been Mpmledi ai)J the ciewj of her rrivjl flddetl new flarm to his already kindled oidor lo urgi Mm la acts of mighty dating in Ihe ap proaching combat. Ero the Phcbiari steeds hail began to btealhe cut tilth old bespangled lays, lighting the eas tern hotizon, Wssblng'on was in ailent match for the jurprii. Never did the aoldiers march with more determined iijal. Wenlon seemed to sin pans him self, 'wherever the battle rsged,' there hurried ho at the head of the troop, 'for lie should soon meet slphuia safe,' and lie wished to carry somo nobis deed done in his country's esuso.No knight could bo more brave, no lover more en thusiastic. Two weeks the captive wife had en joyed Iho gladning sweetsof her reigain pd home, and her spirits were light in glad hope, when one day as sho sal smiling upon her little son who had been ar-king many questions of 'Papa's return,' and bravely declared that he would not bo afraid to run to him and hiss him if he did look like a soldie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 July 1846

Dangerous Sport On ihe 4lli. a coup le of John Bulls, from Canada, paid a visit in Ogdennburgh, dressed in an ordinary sailors garb, and after loiteiing about far a time, ascended to tho loo of the liberty pole, and lowered the islar-spanijlcd ban ner No sooner was the oulracc discov ered than tho crowd made a rush for ibem kihI were only prevented from pxculiug nummary juMico by their prompt arrest After being earned befoio a inngis'rale, they were allowed to depart on conditions that the flag be immediately replaced. By the assisinnco of others this was done without delay, and thev mado rood thoii ccape from tho excited crowd. Maine U. S. Senator. The tore of Maine has snccocded in fMames W, Bradbury, of Augusta, Senator from that State, Lcgiib electing TAe California Expedition. Fifteen hundred mf n have recently been enlisted in New York for the Califurnra cxpediion under Col. Stevenson. Randolph's Manumitted Slaves. Tin citizens 'if Mercer county Ohio refused to allow Ihe three...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 July 1846

CliBHMtS' K7-MAKE WAY FOR THEOI lifGMT-STJBMET Sec dSnppJy oiSpri p r;in subscribers take this method of Inform fa jn their friends and tho public generally. ,.. .; tdo raiiotr oncnliii; tlin second ruiiulv o! li rn i Gdl") to which they would most respect- full inlle dm attention ot those win are in want of iow ami .Chrap uoous, couiijiing m tsrt ot Cloths, Cassintcrcs, Sat I incise' P'eslingg of t-mcrican, French and English Fabrics. Coaling and Pantaloons Stuffs, rev nuDCfior article of Tweed Cloth and Oal- me4. Anioli Cassimcrcs. Drilling'; (Jtitnbooim etc. 4. Cotton Pantaloon Stunsut every vatiety ni af ihe most desirable styles. PRINTS 1 PRINTS I I ompiising every variety of stylo nnd prices from Ci to -o cenw. DRESS GOODS Now s'.yla of rreirh Lawns, a splondid articio of new ctvlo Mouhno do'lano and summer Cashcwrcs C'uighanu &C SIIALW8, tmong?t which may be found a h.mdiome articlo of Utraje, Pickmc; .Mouslano and i niiici snawis WHITE GOODS. Barred, striped and plain Ja...

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

l, j I i I liavo sworn upon the Attor of Cioil. eternal liDsllllty to every form of Tyranny over tliu Mliul of Man." Thomas JcfTcruon Voltmic X. Il.OOjtfiSRSURC, COLUMUIA COINTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUl.Y 25, IS AG. Number 4. I oFt'icn of Tin: dhmucuat. iSourti Sim; or Main, a ri.w books hi:- LOW MAKKr.T-STKHCT. TSP.MS : The vm.UMJilJl DKMOV.JlJITwillbc published evert Saturday morning, at TWO DOLL. IKS' per annum paytdde hnlf iearly in advance, or Tiro Dollars ''' Cents, if not paid miltin theyrai. lVe sithcriplion will be taken for a shorter period lhaiutix months; nor any discon tinuance )firmitlcd,unlil all arrearages are discharaid. jim'JiirJ'ISHMHKS not exceeding u squarr will be consdcuausly inserted at One Dollar for lhcjir.it three insertions, mid Twenty-five cents for ever; subsc miriit nsertion. trf".') liberal iliscouui made to those who advertise by the year fjiy'TKIlS addressed tm unsincss,musl be post paid. CAP rUII ID AND KHGAPTUUE. uy caroi.ini: r. orni:. How magnificent ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1846

COLUMBIA DHMOCUAT. JULMrt, 1840. FROM Tilt: SE.fl' OF WAR. Wo find in ilio NowOtionas Picayune, of the 8ih Inst., unumbcr of lottery from lli9.So.il of War, principally from the pen of G. W. Kendall, Esq , one of Ilio editors of ill at paper, who lias been with the Camp . as a visitor since ilio bjltlo. Wo select the following iiitorcbting items, under date ol June 30: 'Malamorns is certainly going ahead. I fee that the Washington Hall Room is to bu opened this ovoning for tho first lime under that title, with n grand Mexican!' Jan go admittance 50 ccnla. And then gambling rooms at every street, bar room at every turn; and eating rooms slate the hungry in the face on allmdes. An inunda tior. ha3 boon poured in upon Matamorsis that she will not get rid of easily. Gen. Taylor is now worse cramped and liampoied for want ol transportation than ever, and the Quarter Master General Department 'catches it' on all side and from all quarters. 7'hcre are volunteers and regulars cnouch to inar...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1846

thr L'oniloincii, nml rcaJing of compositions iil' ihu ladies, inlcrpcrsed wild music by I'.ie c tioir attached in itio Pumiiinry umk plan' mi Wednesday iifiernnnn.in llie grove in'.ir by. The audience nl Indies ant. yen tltiuinii of the Valley, and beyond, w as large :ind long as the tune was, no one seemed tired. Wt lioatd llioro sunir ornlirmf- ol youth which would huve been considered :m nujiorly efforts if cnnitnp; from sotm men whoso faiuu as oiuior.i in well and just ly established. Of this ordur was llio orn linn on 'Ireland' foil of good thoughts and 1 points;' lo crualivc Genius' ahiiuuli tin ppcittur labored under llio disadvantage ol severe indisposition. 'Mj Counliy 'iiltlinugh by quite a lad was by no means an uUorl to bo ashamed of bv the oldest there. That on 'Patrick llcury' was wo think peihapt the best finished production pronounced and full of thoughts now unit well expressi. cd. Tho gentleman's Valudieiory on thr 'Prngress uf Suciols ' was very creditable tii th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1846

Concluded from first page. Arundel gracefully occupied the com maniLaitd il was tlicil aiHeed tli.il ho and Jacob should tnounl guard, uliilo Josrpli placed ilio inuliers in their sylvan grave la half an Inr.u all wcio ready, to piocccd U18 iru of destination being now lliu A-ren-'a,! catQ. Six of tho muskets the) 1 1 neat llio spring, Marion, bravo ijirl i amed one by licr own request. Mobcl ,u l poor liiile Ariliur by iho hand, and with J$nph leading tho way, tho prisoners in tb' centre, guarded also by Jacob, and the laJiosaml Arundel in tho rear, they inarch ed cleaddy on their wsy, for they were Anxious to reach the camp befuro night full. Fortunately, about a mile from the camp they wcro met by a parly of American sol. dicrs who escorted them in triumph to the head quarters of Iho General, who receiv ed (heir, with-ovcry attention which could be paid hi s calhp, and assigned them com forlablo quarters, for rest and refreshment thoy needed greatly, Joseph, through the influence...

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

I havo sworn iipnn tho AUor of God, olornal hostility si0 every ,faa oC Tvranny over the Mlml of Man." Thomas JofTorson ' , . . j I-.- VoliimoXO BioOMSBUKGroOLUMBIA. (JdlKTV, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 184G. Number 10. lirr 1 ' ZTZJZZ- -- - ' " ' - - " '. 1 .-.e55 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. South bidh or Main, a fbw noons ni: tOW MaRKKT-STIICCT. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOTJARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifth Cents.if not paid within the year. A'o subscription will be taken fur a shorter penoa man uix momas: nor any uiscow tinuancc pcrmitted,unlil all arrearage! arc disrhargid. JjnVEllTJSKMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One hilar for the first thrceinscrtioni, und Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscr'tibn. Si.tT liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,viusl be post paid. from the Now Orleans Picayune. THE HEROINE OF FORT BROWN Mori...

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

-COLl'MUIA '"fiJL ' J" --! DMIOj'KAT. AUGUST 1, 18-16. TariflMIceliiiffs- In pursuance to a call, a largo tneol insweietl the end of Its enactment as n rev enuo measure, and dial in addition, it lias tncidenlly afforded 'fair and just protection to all llio great interests of the whole Unl utii embracing Agriculture Mannfaclutos ilia .MHclianic arts Ooirincrco anil Navica ion. Resolved, That wo doprccnto ai fatal to he interests of Pennsylvania, and ruinous Olliii l lii hillnr nf (lis i Imlo Kiumirt'. 311 ! teration of tho Tariff of 1812. hy the pas nf the e tizetiii of Danville, was held a' tho Court House, on Wednesday even in?, July 22. Peteii Ualdv was chnsen President tho meeting! Oul V. Hcil. Jacob Hibler, John Deen. L,0 0 ,,0 ,m ow ncndinir j ,,0 Senate .. , If, ill! "...I. II. ...Inn I . . .. ' jr , rtJy. vimarE wm., niunid ""'" Hjat we believe that moaaiin will fail D N. Kownovct Vice Presidents; igine: a sufficient amount of revenue . . 1 t ri i n c I j'aul i.teuy anu ouar...

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

nti'r-jti. Ml.!..! 1 ' 1 .. . .1 uiujuiuui id ins loner io trie ' S-Giz tie of July 2Gih, uses the f.Mlnwinj; Linningc in rereronco to ihr co-ning full Eloclitin of Cotigrcsrtien from I r l i . Stale. Whai B,iy tho Wliis ol Columbia County to the suggestion? We oiiall ce, "I would respeclifully suggest to Loth parties the piopricly nmv, in this ciiif of aiTiir.1, that those representatives in Congress from P.-nn-ylvinia who have stood up manfully on all Ponnoylvjm qiientioim, during this session, shall bo le-elrcliil by tl10 united volea of both parlie.", ejccrpt wheto tho representa tives shall decline a rc-eleciion, or is pledged to give way to annthnr rqualy cole mn. 1 his wcnld bo hut justjeo to those who have dono their dti'y man fully! it would be a noble reward to them, alike honorable to them ami to inctr political opponents, who thus waiv.-p.riy objections. I ak the c..n rtirilliil q.iiI di.iin - I Mij,.-imini(.- cu isiueraiiori of boll) pit lies, to this object. It wou'd b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 August 1846

TJ"n pursuanco.of on Order of the Orp'iaiu Court U cuiumtua county, on Monday t the 10th day oj August next tit 10 o'clock in the rorcnooti, Samuel ICnncr fluardian of the Minor children of William Adams lato of Madison township, in said county decent! Will expose lo sale uy public vniduo upon the premises, a eortoln tract of land situalo In Bern U - n h.p. Columbia o.iunty aforesaid, adjoining Mi .. ol ruomai Adams, end. land foimcrly of J j i Adams now Peter Mosher & others contain lug about 16 AffiB'es, nwp 01 lca, about !'5 ncici of which is cleared la' (1,- utno buildings thereon Into the estate ol sil.' i!efoaed.itU9t(! In the township of .Dcrry an 3 c 'Untw aforesau'. jxron EYERLY, D-nville Ms (Oh, 1S40 Clerk Jc.iif m'.zpcctoraut,--T is untlnubi pi.v i . nicut issuable, (an it is decidedly tin- most popular) medicine of its kind, ever- ii'ir..,!uccil in lins htate Stub demand for it i.' been coiipisnl nd increasing, from th lime it was fust olTeic.l fur pate here m I re p...

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