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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 December 1846

I have sworntipon the Alter of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of M&n Thoraa Jeffotion II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume X. BLOOMSUUKG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1846. cm OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Bourn side of Main, a few duoiis be low Maiikut-stkelt. TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT willbc published ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half xiearbl in advance, or Two Dollars rtjty uenrs,tj nor pain wunm me year. (Aro subscription will be taken for a shorter meriod than nix months; nor any discon tinuance permitted,until all arrearages are discharged. A D VER TISEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the Jirst three insertions, mill Tioentu-fwe cents for event subse- auenl nser'tion. KJA liberal'discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. COLUMBIA ' DEMOCRAT. DECEMBER 20, '.846. SYNOPSIS OF THE SECRETARY OF T JE NAVY'S R...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 December 1846

WAB 5I5WS. LATH AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. The New Orleani Picayune of the 10 h Imt-, has ppr from the city of Mexico to the 17ih cl November, fortnight later than any other ad view. Actifo preparations were making for Ihe meeting of Congress. About forly of Ihe deputiei had already arrived Irom iha different departments, and the gov. ernment paper urged the assembling of the bodv even in advance oflhe ppuini ed time, on account of the urgency of fhe mstterB requiring legislative action. The 'events of the war with tho United Stalei; tho necessity of great resources to sustain it, and aome other points rel ative to the same impaxtanl matter,' are enumerated aa the p-incipal busi ness to be brought btfore the Co ifcrew Gen, Almonto condoned in the de partment of war, and his numerous pub- Hahed orders in relation to the service evinced much spirit and activity. Wo find in thcMexicm pspeta official communications from the authorities ol the different States assuring the Govern meut th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 December 1846

pTi snail not be confirmed unless iho same flinll be paid firs I l.y ilie petitioners. Pamphlet Laws 18(5 page 5:2 3 Anil then, liy iht- lOili Smttinn of An pissed Kith April 1810, the foregoing et I exiundrd to tin- couiiiy of Uol jinbi as follows;. tnxTHN 10, Thai the. prnvinioneol tn lirei; second, third mid fourth aeunon nl an uol, entitled 'An Act relative to publio rosds , in certain counties theroin named,' passed the 24ih day Febuary, A. D. 184G, be and they are hereby extended tj the count) ol i0iuint)p. Pamphlet Laws 1816, page 288. The duties of Viewers under the forego. ing law are clearly pointed out, and may be casuy understood. NoTicn. Under 2d Sect, act of 1815, any A one or all Hie viewers shall give iho public nottco therein mentioned, in the following cases. I. In all cases of a view of a public private road. -s. ii all cases of a Review of a public rodd. And the viowers or reviowots. as the case mey be, should set forth in their report Id the Cunrl, thai such not...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 December 1846

THE GAKL.AND UQ.XOFORTUE WYOMING VOIUSTEEKS BY B. O. Ml.NBR. Air' Lea Big Where Susquehanna pours het liJe In welling murmuu to ilio soa, Far where her water narrow glide, And gentle peace was wont to be, A voice came up of wnr and woo, That oall'd on ua o ir aid to bring, And bide ui gird our ewords to go, Aud show the blood of Wyoming. Sweet le adieu, where rniKKDsitip's tie Hat held our hcrli a captive long, Where gentle love' shall never die. And ' ibvxji' ejribodiod dwell in aong, Oiir houghta ahall gently turn them back, To thee out foodeit wiihes cling, And wbon the blast of war ihill break, We'll strike fot thee fair Wyoming. .Though Palo Alto's light iff won, And huih'd the ahouis at Monterey, Ee'r yet the blast of wai is done, We'll mingle in the glorious fray, And aide by sido with patiiot bands, Jfrom distant lands, on vengeful wing, A cry shall come will nerve our hands, The shout shall be of Wyoming. We'll gather laurels fresh and green, And pay the tribute war shall c...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1847

1 hnrn swormtpon the Alter of Hod, ctorn.il hostility to every form of Tyranny ttvor tho Mind of Man." Thomas JelToron IT. WEBB, EDITOR AND PRORIETOrT Volume X. BLOOIHSRURG, COLUMBIA (JOLKTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1847. O'umlior 37 OFFICE OF TJ1E DEMOCRAT South sidb or Main, a rnw dooub cr LOW M ARKF.T-8TUKKT. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT willbt published ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half tiearhi in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. iVo subscription will be taken for a shorter neriod than nix months: nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are disr.hartu. AD VERT I SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously insertedut One Dollar for the first thrceinserlions, and Twenty-five cents for every subsc nuent nser'tion. ICP A liberal discoun vtade to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busvicss,must he post paid. Prom the 'cw York Spirt of tho Times APPLYING Til E PRINCIPLE. BV THE VODNd 'VH. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1847

look in the face even the plcluro of the Father of his cniinisy. Wero thoy not acl ing the put of niero partisans, w ho were not able to draw a distinction between par- t .1 . . i t t .. iy uanare in limn 01 proiuuiiu peiici-,ini aarty war against their on Chief ;lagi9- trte when couiluciing the nation's war? Such men, cither from h naluial want "I brains, or from the ort of heart limy had in their bnsnms, were incapable of being true Americana, He cared not where tlm cen sure might fall; if it bore on himaelf, he was willing to tako his full sharo of the blame. All the attempt ofthe gentleman over the way in llirnw firebrand among the friend of the President were perfectly seen through and his brand were quenched a soon ai thrown, liven if Mr. K had any private and personal quarrel with the President, he wanted lo help his country out of the war and with honor, before he made any on- slanglil upon iho 'resident on hi Own a - count. Finally; If gentlemen were determn o ' (o rarry on...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1847

Out! af Ilia Now Orleans I'iciyun&'d cr iny correspondent ) : It if now Coiicul' il, hy the t flieris ot iiiir ai'"y neiur-Hy, that iIip Mex ci p will fili'. Sin Luis I'oIobi it. it in a Htrcin tiate of tleiciico.niiil is daily being slrennlhencd still more, ami it may In thai the bailie of Palo A'to and Hrsacx and those of Monterey, were but gpcci mens of what may occur b tore SatiLuis OlTiccrs believe thai a harder fighi ihan nny olio yrt is before Ihem. San Lui Polosi is one of the richest cities in all Mexico, being din clly in the mining district?, & you may depend upon illhe Mexicans will make the big stand there. From Santa Fe.A extract ol a letter from a volunteer at Santa Fo, dated October 23. and published in the St. Louis Reville, s.alcs thai Coats wcic entertained of an ;n stirrecliiin among the inhabitants. A team etcr was murdered, and two Spaniards had been arrested on suspicion of having com tnttioii 1110 munier. 1 no volunteers were paying from five to ion d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1847

THE GARLAJND- Frwn Orthaai'i Afegajlne far Dcunber THE UNKNOWN WAY, SY Wa, CCltl.V BRTANT. A burning kjr U o'er mi, Th andi beneath ma fltow, A, onwaid, onward, waarily, la. ih luliry mom I go. From the duty p'h there openi, Eastward, in unknown way; Above lis winding, ploatantly. The woodland bnuohea play. A illvery brook cornei Healing From the shadow ol Its treei, Where slender herb" of the loreit etoop Biforo tho enteriog bteei. Along the pleseant winding I would my Journey lay. Where the shade Is oool and the dew of night li not yet dried away Tath of the flowory woodlandl Oh whither dost thou lead, Wandering by graiay orohard ground Or by the open.tnead? Goeit thou by nestling coltsget Goeetthou by stalely hall, Where the broad elm droops, a leafy dome, And woodbines flaunt on tho wall! By steeps where children gather Flowers of yet fiesh yearf By lonely walke where lovers stray Till tender alare appear? Or haply duet thou linger On barren plains and bare, Or clamber the bold ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1847

I Iiavo swornupon tho Altor of f:od, eternal hostility to evsry form of Tyranny ovor the Mind sf Man." Tlwmas Jsfforiioa I$I,OOMSBU5EG, COLUMBIA UftNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JAMTUAttY 9, 1847. YoJiuuc S.. Ctfututicr SB OFFICE OF Til 12 UMiOCRAT ... ... at.. v. ttw norms nt: rniirif cm it i Aim n ..... , LOW MAUlU-.T-srilCIJT. t;.. nnrtTMMJI DF.MOClUTwillh nuhlhii'd cv.ru Saturday mornivg, at 'p ro f) n 1. I,. HIS per amwm puyabh hir n,trl,i in advance, or i wo uouan Fiftu Cent, if not paid within the y tut. 1 .-' .. . ...HI .. fnrn slmrlrv So 'i'wrinai 'ci" """"-"j ...... month: nor any discon fiiiiMiiee permitted, until all arrearages are disrhargtd . jiDI'JJitTlSKMUXS not cxeceding a snuare will Inconspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrceinscrtions, nit id Twentil'five CCIltS tor furry amat- ,,,.(;,,,). irr.'i nucrai uiscuini ,r i.i i i: Lade to those who advert isc by the year CU TTERS addressed on busncss,niw.t he post paid. ADDRESS. clvered by Dr. 'ihos W, Minncr to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1847

tag t Froin Ilia llultfnioro Hun. INTERESTING 'MoMTUE R Report' d Death vfO.n Lnnmr, Our. correspondence frotrii: my by the sleamship McKim, hmpMi comt to hand. Trie following letiei liom out correspondent 'L al iMitamnras, quite interesting, and details some un iorlant facts which we have not be'ore met with. ArtMv.or OccorATiN, MvrAMOitAS, Mexico, Dor. 11, 1S4G My laji accounts from Silttllu ore up to the 271) hit month, and hum Mon terey to the 1 41 current. In my last letter I told you of tlir movement of Gen Wool's column upon Puss. Nothing furhei hat been heard .i tn lum since then. L nt accounts pi" S3itilh Iravo Gen. Worth rheie w h i wo icgiment9 of U. S. infinity CjQipjny of auillcry, aid a rquadren o( dragoons. At Monterey; Gen, Taylor was Lusted in gelling teudy to move upon Victoria, expecting al that place- to furm a junction with Gen, Patterson, who moves ftom Matamorae. Gori. Taylor could not possibly move a hr gcr force than 3:500 all told, and loavr a suflioienl ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1847

MARRIED On the 2Hh Dee -v A II. K'ini' E q Mr. Stephen Kit: run in Mic Maiua Mc.Ioi.i.usteu mII uf Oojiiinbij county. On Thurnlty .Hi' Dor, In- K v. D J Wicr Mr. MieiiAi'.i. Kki.i.i'.u ir Midi A NUEI.INR RlCltAItT, bolll Cif Ornngu. IBII'IMAISs'E'o DIED In Mifllin lownsliip. on Vv"ednrnl,iy the Q3il tilt, Mr. Ltrcv Astn Millkr. nnd 2!) year.", G monllis. On llio 25'h. in Mifflm, Mis Rkhf.c OA ilnuahter of Christian Miller, gcd 20 ycarc On Hip 29ih in Hriarrreek. Mr. Se bastin'A KisNEii, ac,eil about 05 yours, SALT! SALT ! ff) Birrols nf tlir first quality i( LAKH fcA L I j'ifll received and for sale bv I1EFLEY & MENDENHALL. January 8 Tlio coliaotibr wishes to ongago 4O-0O0 fU' f Oak Rail A'uail Timber 1 by 0 inches. 2,000 '"ce Posts. 8,000 foci of Boards and a lity of oilier Lumber. CHARLES large quan January 8 Mar ugcr 11 R PAXTON. 11, R. I. Co. w -rr tt t ni r SherlffSalcs k(BrtiJf &!aSe np V tirlho ol a ictlauiin feme ex. in ran ni;eci- V virtue ofa writ of vend ex. to me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1847

'CASHIER'S ADDRESS TO TUB FATBOJv'S OS THE COLUMBIA DI2MOUR.3T, January I, 1347. SInco Ut you hnid the Cariicr's song. Another year list jogged sloag. Mustering, ilrapiing Spring you're scan, Vtett mother Earth in tubus of green, And round Iter naked shuuldera spreaJ A wrsalb of rosea blushing red, Tilt the oldjida honelf looked gay, And smiled as Grandmas will to day. Uul Spting'i ihoughiloia, wild enqueue-, Whoie heart haa not been touched as yflt. Brie care for naught but dress and long, And inirih and glee, tho whole day long; And one might die amid her bowers, For who could live on aong nnd flowers? No uieful fruits, no alorei haa the, Stie'll do to laugh with he I he t he I And then eama Summer quite aa gay Aa Spring dressed for festive day But Ihmigh bar face ii sweet and fair, Still thought with fun ia blended there. She doe not think alone of flowers, Of butterflies, and eunny bowers. She ia engaged at loveti lay, And muses on her wedding day, Slir'd luneat, modeat, kind an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1847

(i 4 . 5 i .. i l.nte worn upon tho Alter of tlo.l, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ever tlin Wiul of Slaii." Tbuinas Joir.-rson If. WEBB, AND PROPRIETOR. CiViii2tl:esa 'TSTTl (W-? .'A X'-X. y-aJT Sfe -fWjw XWSvO OwST Governor's THcssage. 7'w (. Semite uud lL,its vf lleprccu tttlivcs: ., Gi:xti.i:mi:n: The L' gishlurp bar r.'ifOill'i Jin lime which in distinguish id l( i lire gmeinl litl'h nii'l piu'i't li ly of ihe people. "While wu diploic tlm wants six! wi clcliulnrss of fiucnbfis nf otti i.ice, muling pi itictpally fiom i lie inlliienre OlUlj'iSt guVOI II llll'llts, Wt' BIO enabled by ci iLpatinp oiir condition with their? Id sppuvixte Ihu inestimable Value nl tn.r lict- insiiiuiioi s, and are moved , if' I' i.ur gi uti fill hear :s id ndot at ion .nut pr.nsu for Ihe wouileilnl goodness of ,'iir Ili'iivonly Father, wlio has mul liplici! our rivil and teligious btt s?i ti ne , nnd has not only preset vtd us lioin the honors of Wdnl, hut Iris enabled in, ou 1 of our abu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1847

of July on import! Is a topic that continues to divide pTiblic sentiment. In my msssage of the 7lti of January Usl 1 look occasion lo express tho view which I then entertain ed regarding it, and to these lcw 1 con- ttnue lo adhere. I ran cntcrialn t.n iloiil'l of the ronsliliiliotiil power ol the federal government, 10 make su.'h ilisrriminadniis in the rales ol duties on impnrts, as may a( ford roaionUlo encouragement to domeMii: manufactures and productions which may may be injuriously affected by f.ireigo com petition. This is a pow er incident to ever) eoveroipn State, and as the separate Smcs cf tliis Union are by the express terms of tho conMilulion prohibited from Us cxercWr ll follow, thai unless it resides in llio fed rial governmenl.ilie United Stales ore with out this essential attribute of National sov ercignty. The extent of these d'scriminations, bear ingas they do, upon conflicting interests, and in some degree arraying those of n portion of tho Ui ion ajjiost snoihir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1847

From ihcN.O, Dcllu Jan.?. FROM TH 13 A l( M Y OF OOCUPA TION. Oapt. Drown, of the sthr RibiTt Mil's, was infirmrd by Capi. Todd, of the U. S Arnit, iluu Sanw Anna, jl llio head (if 15, 000 troops, was on bis way mid uiihin four days of Saltillu anil tint Cctirral Wnuh unable lo maintain hit, ginund ugsmist such overwhelming numbers, was slowly fallinc lu.ck in llio direction of Monterey; anil Ihat Gen. Tayloi, in anticipation of mi at tark on that t'iiy, was fotlifving it at every uesailablo point, t was also Hlaletl ilia CJ en Patterson, who was on bis march liom Cimargo lo Tnnipien, bring made a wate of Ibo slato of affairs, bad counter" marched llio division under his roiniiiaiid, and was rapidly advancing, by forced marches, fur Monterey. From Me. Fowler, :i gentleman nf this city, who came passengpi in iho steam-Jirnp-llui Virginia, and who left Saltilln on the 17th till., we hove subicrjueiiily learned that pipviouo to bis leaving, Oen. Wnrth'p hpies had tome into ramp and rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1847

TiTh t' s .two of a writ of trend ex. to mu directed HJJ wll bo etpofeil to public talu ut tho Court 1 use i.i i'auvillc. uji ny the ISti day of January, next, a' 1 . wOl'.c, T. M. the following property, lo win ihe nu'it, ti tic mid interest (if Elli 1' , certain lots ofif.ntttid sittnte tn 1 . a. t du.ubia county. coiitninitiJ twn town I n.J'' I in fiont by 'iiio stieel, un the et li (Vl v street, on the south liy nn nltoy and on i l'V ut in K'ciou of dfuriiii Ale Col)ilpr. wk: ;an is eroded a frame houo iinJ stable, nilb i ii mmertonances, t'cucJ. taken in oxecntion and to be gold m the r.operty of lti Hughe. -ALSO certain lot ofRround situalc !n the borough of iii-iwick. Columbia cwtnty; contaiuina; G cialii of hu acre moio lit low, bounded III front In- front llrcel II J i ttlllna lt of Stilt Onll John Snyder, whereon is elected it frame dwelling hu-e add fiatnoat ible v. I'll the appurtenances. .', wi lakfi iii execution and to bo txild as the y of tiilus S. Own;. Abtili- A1 I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1847

151 I hnve Mvnniiipon Uio Alter of :otl, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ovor the Mind of Mau." Thomts JeflHrian If. WEBB, EDITOIS ANB PftOPffilETOH. ! II 1 Ifi 'Tf I 1 IT JO Jr mm I lir I JI I VoIhihc X. OFFJCE of Tin: JOIOCKAT South sidk or Main, a n;w uook& bsi low MARKKT-Tl!i:LT. TSP.MS : The COL lflfUM I) f'fll OCKJl Twill he ji'i'iiVf' cucry Saturday morning, at TH'O DDI.Ll'lItS per annum payahh half yearly in advance, or Tiro Dollars Fifty Ctnls,if not paid within the year. f! tu'iscription will he taken Jora shorter period than :iiv months: nor any diseon linunncc per mil led, until all arrearages are discharged. JinVEnTISFMIhVS not exceeding a square, will he conspicuously inserledal One. Dollar for the first three inserlioni, and Tu'enty-fivc cents for every subse tuenl nsrrtion. ir7".d liberal discoun ma le, to those who advertise by the year Llr I B US addressed on uusines$,must be post paid Till SUSPENDHD Pr, The HifVn oi EMslress. I'll Mas. j:. M SEYMOCl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1847

E2E LATER FROM THR A It MY. By llie art itjI of the U.S. temship A b in, Capi. WHidle at'N-w Orleans, f. . i HfZU Sintiogo, wniiii place -lie 1 it a tho SS ins'., i hu P,cayunn in ii p.. s ssioti of lalef iitlelligticf , from I he Aaiong the paSJcngT" of ibfAlabimi m Mjor Gn. Jecsup and uiif. The Alabama 6ruughl uver lite re mains of Col. Wilson, of i ho Ilaltimore llai'allinn, C'pl. "indolph Kiriglay, of the Fly ing Artillery j Capt. In jo llul tries, of the Giorgii Regimen; Cap! Gillespie, of the Texm Rtngeit-; Lieut. Richard 11. Graham, of iho U.S. In fantry; Mr Thorns.', of McCulloch' Rangers; and Mr, Pirraon, of the 11I more Ba'tillion, in charge of Lieut. S S, Mills anil other co;r.:aiUcp. Lieut. Eugene UuyU, of tho 13alt! more battallion, difi J on bosi'd the A Is barrn, during iho trip. lie1 was well when lis went to bed night heloro !, and was found dead yesterday mcrttinv. in In? birth. Jl letter from an occaidonal enrres pometit, dated at l.t slamora, 1st ofJn usry, gives...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1847

I Ti rcelebtalcd Ivabelais" Is laid to have in iila llio following will owe njurl'i I I 'isscss nothing, I give the reft la Hit jMiur. In nnkinr; smr.e people, ,' tiurr aprm-in Inbavu n.idu h rnlsitko. Iiiiieaii of (In hem beiiio soft and tin liP'ad Inril, ii i vi" Vf I Ml. Horrible Murder, A man by llio name of James P. Lani.ford, resiiling in Koine in Bradford cnuiiiy l',i.,nii tliu 1 1 Vi lust shot his wifn nih a pistol lhroue.li t'in body Sim was tint pxppcted in recover. Lanufnrd vas immuilinicly arrcBieil, ami critn tit itti-tt in prison. This dreadful duid (.ay the Hi iortrr. id bin another ilaik chripl. r in the hisuiry i.f Intemperance. At the nrtcnal noai Hi Loui. they li ne n machine by which ihey itialiP 180 lta!U s. initiiiu'. Within two week n i ihn.it;M ( nii'linnsi of bdlls wi're shipped (rum tint inint in the teal of ar. P A I M Oil DiSIUIiSS of any hind whither i.f until, rliiiimnis.il, lit ad. 1 1. 1 tiKHliiiclif. or any oihtrhiii'l ul inlie, is in nil e-i-.s I'an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1847

r1 i THE GAULAiVD 5 AN APPEAL FOR THE POOR. Zfc that giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord: Think of ihe wretched room, Of the cmbeia burning low Think of ihe scanly garb, Of ilio child of want mil woo. Yc, whoso bright cup of life With wealth is running o'er, Think of your brother mm Relieve him fiom your store, "When the storm king rides abroad On the wing of the noithern blast, And from tho frowning clouds The snow is falling fast, When you heap the faggot high In your bright and cheerful room, Think of the shivering forms In the hLunts of woe and gloom. When your children gather round Wheic the fcsiive board is spread, And mirth, and joy, and wit, Their cheering influenro shed, And the throbbing heart beau high, Think of the wielchcd then; Give, In a brighter land 'Twill be given back again. If the widow's hurnblo smile Received the Savior's praise, Shall not your gifts be blest In these our later day? Aye! every deed of lovo Is a bright and sparkling gem To be wreathed by ange...

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