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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 February 1838

COLUMBIA D12KOC!KAT I havo sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauny oTcr the Mind of Man. Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGHAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. RkOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1838. NunVber 49. Tail CHAKGEIOF THE COURT IN TIIK TRIAL OK In the Oyer and Terminer for Columbia county, January Term, 1838, Judge LElPlS delivered thtlfollowing charge to the Jury. GnNTi,EMi:.v of the Jury : Thomas T, Poke, tho prisoner at the bar, is charged with the crime of. murder. The indictment charges him with the murder of John Doi noil by sinking him upon the head with an axe on. the 25th of November, 1837. To this indictment the prisoner has placed upon tiie record the plea of " not Guilty," and has put himself upon his coun try for trial. You arc that country, and it is for you, after you have heard the neces sary insttuctions from the court upon mat ters of law, to determine upon his guilt or innocence. If...

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 February 1838

Hhreo blows given, rhay well be doubted. , This doubt should incline tho 'mind to llio conclusion most favorable' to '(he prisoner, particularly in a capital case. That con. elusion is that there Wife -but one blow giv- ' On this point wo have thus given tho opinion of tho -court, but it is a question of fact, and the jury will judge of it for them selves. Were there any circumstances which ex tenuate this sudden act tf destruction into voluntary manslaughter? To extenuate a 'homicide from' ''murder to manslaughter both provocation and passion must exist. Provocation without passion will nbt ex tenuate the offence nor will passion with out provocation. This provocation must bo such as is deemed in law sufficient to deprive the .party or deliberation. JNo words, however insulting, no trespass .to lands or goods, are held sufficient; but as sault upon the person, or blows, are doom ed 6ufficieift to oxoitQ the 'passions to such an extent as to deprive the mind, for tho moment, of the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 February 1838

I I ivhatis Pottsviilc? The above is a very common lnt'erroga- tory now-a-days, and wo all all endeavor to givo an off-hand reply. Pbrrsvitxi: is the largest town in the county of Schuylkill contains probably 5000 inhabitants, & polls about one-tenth that number of votes it is5 located in the very focus of the great Coal Region, and at tilo head of the navigation, by means of which the valuable hidden treasures of the eartli are conveyed to City markets for consumption. The population is almost exclusively made up of enterpris ing and industrious citizens, who foresaw the certain wealth and future celebrity of the place, and whose business habits are identi fied and consonant with the Coal Region ' operations. In Pollsville there is neither stifT-ncckcd bigotry nor sectional feuds : the Pcnnsylvanian, the Yankee, the English man, tho Frenchman, the Scotchman, the Wclchman and tho German, arc all one fa mily, so far as regards their business asso ciations. All arc PoTTsritLKAKS a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 February 1838

OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Next door to IWbison's Stage Office. T 12 P.. IMS : -The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be publishld every Saturday morning, at . TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, .if not paid within the year. No subscription tvill be taken for a shorter period than.six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. AD VERTISEMENTS not exceeding a cquarc will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, 'and Twenty-five Cents for every subse quent nserlion. ICF A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. Clovcl'-Sccd. HTBk tJSHEI.S OP CLOVERSEED riinnirinr 'innlifV. Hint T ceived, aim lor solo at the new ana cheap store J. T. MTJS8ELMAN, & Co. Bloomsburg, Feb. 3, 1838. 1VOTIOJB. LL persons indebted to the subscriber on Book account or otherwise for ono year back, are jcqucsted to mako payment prior to the 2...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 February 1838

MOCMT. 'I have swora upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man' Thorns Jeflerton. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN'S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. BIjOOMSIESURG, COL.UB1BJA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1838. Volume I. Number 43. i .nr "To please the taste anil cheer the mind." Wo are Unable to give credit to the particular print ill which the subjoined parody On Montgomery s " Night is tho time to Itest," etc., first originated. It contains a quiet, subdued humor which rnakni it pleasing to the reader. NIGHT. Night is tho time for fun, When old lolks are in bed: When day's dark cares are done, And prayers aro duly said ; , " . To gather round the social fire, , And crack stale jests, that never tiro ! Night ia the ttmo to fix Our hearts in union meet: ' With skillful hand to mix The potent and tho syvect : To set our watering rcoulht agog,' To taste the glories of egg-nogg ! u Night is tho time to boil Tiffin's enchanting rolls ; ( '...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 February 1838

VARIOUS MATTERS. C7"We have met with the following oxhortary epistle, just in the niquo of time. Kindpatrons, wo ask for it an attentive pe rusal. The Printer cannot live on wind, like the organ pipes of a country church, he must have something that will stiek to'tfie ribs.t ''all events, to say nothing about clothinglrorrTlho present keen and inclem ent weather. Como, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, And pay you' debts honestly, Bplh fijr the old year and the now Then, airs,a happy year to you. . rH. I, J, K, L, M, N, 0, Wo want oUr money don't bo slow, Pray, do not let us ask again Or spend our ink or time in vain. P. Q, R, S, T, U, and V, Our cash wo would bo glad to see, .If yon our just demands will pay, "We'll wish you well'on new years day. W,X,Y,Z, fcall tho rest, Come forward now and do your best, Comoycu the Printer all you owe He'll-happy be and wish you so. Take'ffotic'c If youjdo not pay May yon be troubled every day, May conscience never give you peace, Till you to bo our debtor's...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 February 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. I cd "TMJTII WITHOUT TCiJl S.lTCItlf.lY, I'EMiU.HiYn, 1836. tCT To JL'rinlcrs. -OS The Kditors. Jiavinff issued propasah for tho pub lication of i) newspaper at another place, thoy now olur for sale tho printing materials and subscrip tion list Of THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT." To a Vounn man with a limiteil capital this oflico By Ingram & Mills. ofler3 considerable inducements, it having upward t of fivo hundred aubscilbcrs, anil an advertising and joli custom worth from 800 to 1000 per annum, 'i'lio original cost of ths rsUblishment will bo all that wo shall require from the purchaser. Any in quiries by mail vvilrbo strictly attended to. , "Tho ComMiiiA Dk.muckat" is published at Moomsburg, In the most central part of Columbia ' county, "and acM with the dominant party both in i 'political and sectional feelings. Addrfisi, INGRAM & MILLS, DloomWurg, Feb. 10, 1838. TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Thoso indobtcd to thio establishment for subscrip tions, jobs, or advcitiscm...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 February 1838

; OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Romjon'o Staoe Office. TEEMS S The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any disCon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subsi quent nsertton. Id A liberal 'discount made to thoic who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must' oc post paid. TUB subscriber would respectfully Inform fho public that he lies taken his ton WILLIAM dKYDPR into co-pattnershin in ImTrnini-rv. oml that the business will hereafter bo conducted under tho firm of Daniel & William Snyder, nt tho old established tund in Bloomsburg. Daniel SnUder. Bloomsburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf LEAT...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 February 1838

I havo sworn upon tlio Altar of Cod, otcxnal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. BliOOMSBUIfcG, COLUMBIA PA, SATSTEAY9 FffiBlMTARY 2.4, US38. Wumlier 44. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Nzxt door to Hobison's Staok OFFICE The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at ' 'TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fi'flv Cents, if not paid within the year. JVb subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months nor any discon tinuance vcrmillcd, until all arrearages arc discharged. - n n VP. 7? TISEMENTS not exceeding a sauarc will be 'conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for ine jirsi wrec fic, , Tmrnhi-five cents for every subse quent nserlion. ICF A liberal discount made to those toho advertise by ine year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. ORPHAN'S COURT SALS- Tw mirsuancc of an order of the Orphans' Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 February 1838

VARIOUS MATTERS. ... r. Malborno Briggs, tho notcil counterfeiter died in tho Massachusetts state prisbh on Thursday -week, aged 70. A project lias been started in tho West for tho construction tf-a second Canal at tho Falls of tho Ohio,' ontho Indian shore. Tho-present canal.'on the Kentucky side, lias paid a divident foi tho past-year of 13 per cent. David Darby, formerly assistant Postma's Jer nt Harbourcreek, Erie county,- has been convicted of -"purloining money from 'tho mail, and sentenced twelve year confine ment irt the Eastern penitentiary. Largo 6peiations aro doing in tho Chi nese Mulberry "line. It is rcmorcd the Princes at their fino gardens at Flushing, N. Y. havo sold sbirto $30,000 worth re cently at $25 per 100 cuttings, and that other large contracts have Veen made. (Jen. Jesup has 'tinder his command, 4037 regular, 4908 volunteers, 100 sea men,' and't Indians, Total 0000. Tho Somiftdiles ire said to number six or sevctffcundred. A bill of no small interest to Far...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 February 1838

1 ent, In the mean lime the accumu- L.i and tun he annlied to the I f(l I LI II VI if IS 41-f t I t I u IT III ISV4 0lt- Lnmnnnt imnrovement of the school louses of the Districts, and to a fair ialoflhc Common bchool mode ot lachwp;. At the end of that time. the System ho discontinued, cacn listrict will ho in possession of good Jiool house;', and of increased oxpe Icncc in the subject of instruction, hich will bo amply worth the small i paid for them. If tint svstcm be accented by any of i2 Districts in question, tho Superin- , i I f I ' llAt .. ill i.t rtn nn :nuant wouiu auvisumui. Buuiuuiiuua have heretofore been opposed o it, r who are candid and intelligent i fylfhall lie elected Directors. They ill have it in their power to keep flown the amount of taxation, and 'to est the experiment in Mien a manner is to prevent any impuiauon oi paru Jity for the System. Such men, also, the fcelinirs of the maior- ronftlin District, will carry public Confidence along 'with them,, and tho t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 February 1838

ew & cheap Goods, Estate of LUDWIOJIISniUNG, late of Bloom- lowiuhiptiColumbiu'-courily, (SEa&W 5MEn'3fl -Vor publishing at X'olUvlUe, Pa. an ZmjtrMal XX'tclihj JK'aetprtper, tobeHtillal AT THE To the Bisrcscd & AmCt ucccasca, -W1U PROPOSALS The ur'fce'nt solicitations of numerous friends, and the prospect of liberal; patronage, "have induced tho undersigned to issue these proposals, nnd ask tho support of the pub 'lic. In politics, tho "Porrsvitut Eairoiutnt" will zealously support the principles and candidates of the Democratic party, and particularly tho nominee of tho Ctli of March Convention : But, asido from paity feeling, it shall bo our main object to enhance tho interests of our fellow-citizens, by p'romotinff that industry and enterprizc which charac lise the operation;) of tho Coal Kcgion. We shall go for the honest many against tho designing few on all occasions, reverencing that principle in our political creed, and op posing any Monopoly which may retard th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1838

1 liavo sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal, hostility to evory form Of Tyranuy orcr the Mind of Man." Thomas Jtffstton. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED TiY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. BliOOMSBlTIBG, OOIiTOIBIA COTOTY, FA. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1838. IViimlJcr 4L5. opinE or The democrat. Next door to Hobison's Staok Offioh The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Tivo JMlars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. 'A 1) VERTI SEME NTS not exceeding a square inill be conspicuously, inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserl'ion. ICTA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. SALE- T miMtmniTR of nn order of the Orphans' Court of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1838

'THE MARCH 3, 1633. - rott tuiC nsMocnAT. niNTi TO YOUNG MEN. Messrs EDiTorta: What can be'of moio importance to your readers, especially tho oung m6n, than rTTw extracts pointing out a sure nndjafo way to success and respect ability ? What can bo more necessary than tho study of character to a young man ? In tho outset of (life, he is often cast upon tho noisy billows of the world without a friendly adviser; no hand to p'oTnt out the snares and allurements that lurk around -his path. To such these extracts 'will prove particularly beneficial. Without in- trutfirfg any longer upon your columns wm ; Maa was" induced bv a bribe, in the my own preliminary observations, I submit shape of largo 'accommodations from the tho following extracts from the " Young HEWS. iV.toS Due! at' Washington. Extract of a letter to the Harrisburg lie porter, dated Washington CitV, Feb. 24, 1838. "Tho moral lense of the community has been greatly shocked, by an honorable mur der committed yesterday, by an ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1838

r pes THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. J3y Inrram JS MUU "mem without fsah S.9TUISl).1Y, JX.iiiCJt 3, 1S30. To Printers. cfl Tlie Editors having issued propasaU for the pub licntion of a newspaper nt another place, they now offer for sale the printing material and subscrip tion list of " THE COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT." To a younj man with a limited capital this office offers considernbta inducements, it having upwards of five hundred ubscnbcrj, and an advertising and job custom worth from 800 to $1000 per annum. The original cot of tin establishment will be nil that wo shall require from the purchaser. Any In quiries by mail will be strictly amended to. "The Colum.biA Dkmochat" is published at Bloomsburg, in the most central part of Columbia county, and acts with the dominant party both in political and sectional f? clings. Addresi, INGRAM &. MILLS, Dloomsburs, Feb. 10, 1838. TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Thow indebted to this establishment for subscrip tions, jobs, or advertisement?, ure requested to malic...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1838

. , PROPOSALS ' Por jntbUihlttf at JPotttvWe, t'a. 'an ImpnHal Xlct):ty JVetetpiper, to be tnttlfnl Tho urgent solicitations of numerous friends, and tho prospect of liberal patronage, have induced the undersigned to issue these proposals, and ask the support of the pub lic. In politics, the ForfTsViLMS Emporium" will zealously support the principles and candidates of the 'Democratic patty, and particularly tho nominee of the 5th of March Convention : Dut, aside from patty feeling, it shall be our main objeet'to enhance the interests of our fellow-citizens, by promoting that industry and cnterprizc which chavac tise the operations of the Coal Kegion. Wo shall go for the honest many against tho designing few on all occasions, reverencing that principle in our political creed, and op posing any Monopoly winch may retard tho exercise of individual rights, or have the tendency to put down individual industry and enterprise. In fine, our object shall be o promote the welfare of the commu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1838

THE OLI flini DEMOCRAT. I have swbrli upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to cvtery form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas J.rTsrion. . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J.Q1IN ,Si INGRAM AND FMNKlAN S. MILLS. ' . Volume I. BliOOMSBURCr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATtTRBAY, MARCfcl iO, ' WTimrtxev 46. ....... . . ' . .. . ' Hi I JQtaceiptS & ESxpendittarej 'H.UGII McWILLlAMS, Esq. Tieasur'cr in tiro nrst uay ot January, until tho illst uay 01 December, A. V. 1B37 ooin uays inclusive. , , , D1C. b'6i,Ls. Icts. To cash received of the soveral fcolkrjtors during 1st quarter $2,200 02 t do ido ; do1 do 2d 2,777 58 27 88 do Mo ad 4th 1,001 1,081 8507 20 Balance in favor of tWo Tre'as urrer.wilri what may be com ing from the State asier-eentage-,' 1,763 67i 10,330-93 We, tho undersigned, 'Commissid'ricrs of tibovc nccbunts, cdrnpared them with the i Witness our hands tins 14lh day of . f,s. . . 1 EXPENDITURES of the Count of Columbia 'as par the order issued by Commissioners oh the Tre...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1838

IVcaxo SunVnsrc. Wo arc indebtad to the "Carlislo Repub lican" for trie" following opinion of the Su premo Court on this interesting question of Constitutional law. The question nroso upon a. Writ of error to the judgement of tfio Common Pleas of "Xuzcrne county, in an nctlrfn by William Fogg, a negro, against Hiram Hobbs, inspector, and others-, ib'r re fusing hia- vole. The plaintiff recovered in the Court below ; and it will bo seen that the Suprchtb CohtVliavo reversed the jud'g men. The case was argued at Sunbury, and tho opinion of tho Court delivered by Chief Justico Gibson. OPINION OF THE COURT. This record raiscsa second time, the only question on a phrase 'in tho Constitution, which has occurred since its adoption ; arid liowover paatixans may havo disputed the wisdom of its provisions, no man has dis puted the clearness and precision of its phraseology. Wo havo often been called upon to enforce its limitations of legislative power; .blit tin business of interpretation was...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1838

jr&tfj?""''' r'""MS'"?1- TyifiitffCT THE CUIiU.UMA DEMOCRAT. 'A " ly" Iiij'ram Jit Mills "TIIUTI! WITHOUT FEAIl !f s.i rujin.fr, .v.iitcjr 10, DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION - fj VOn GOVERNOR : C ttEN. DAVID It. POitTEfi, (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) Democratlo Nomination. The Blh of March Democratic State Convention Vloscd their labors on Tuesday last. Every County in the State was fully represented; and on the se cond ballot Gen. DAVID II. PORTER, of Hun tingdon county was nominated as the candidato of the democrittte party for Governor, having received M votes of the 133 delegates in attendance. A re solution wus unanimously adopted pledging the in dividual exertions of each member of tho Conven tion to promote the election of the nominee ; and a spirit of harmony and good feeling plainly indicated that all were gratified with tho result, notwithstand in? they had lost the nominatidn of their personal favorites. Gen. I'onTBii is at present a member of Jlho stato Senate has uniformly suppor...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1838

-ft- PROPOSALS 'l?ar jmhUthiriJjr l lofteitlr, Va, an Imperial HYrfty V(tciapr,to be rntlth-d AT THIS Vfi hriretit solicitations ofhiimerous friends, anil thft 'nrosnnet of libcril .tiatronatre. ,Ttve induced tKo , undersigned to issue theso proposals, and ask tho support, of . tho pub lic. In politics, the irl6TT8ViM. Emporidm" will zealously support the principles and tandidates of Ihe Domocratie party, and particularly the homineo of tho 5th of Marclt Vjonvemion ; inn, asme ironi pany lecuug, n snail uo our main oujcci 10 cnuancc we i intorests of our follow-citizens. bv promOtinc' that industry and enternrizo which charao- tiia the operations of the Coal llcgion. Wo shall go for tho honest many against the desicninir few on all occasions, reverencing that principle in our political creed, and op posing any Monopoly which may retard the exorcist of individual rights, or hive the chased 'mm E j n. B; his iutcresl , thc niiannif t rv mil ririinit i m n ttiriiin i i mi ii imf rwi nt...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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