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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1849

"TPTS JLVJL vv ui sii v f..'.i'jriM.'i 'kThat (Novennm'nt h the hvi wliicli govern least." Txn JJLJ l I t! ; y in ifi "I BIT LEVI L. TATE. roimiY, li.i:s. Suggested by Ihe sudden death of two lovely children Addressed lo the parents. WRITTEN Ml R Till 01.IVK HRANCH. They grew in childish beauty fait, Bright buds of hope were they : The stars thai lit thy household eve, Thy sunshine through ihe day. A dark-winged angel swiftly came, With icy hiind and breath, He chilled the half-unfold binN ; That angel's name 'vas llealh ! In liTe, through evury joy and grief, The two weio side by side ; Thi" golden link that bound them thus, Slern Death could not divide ! Together, maible-like and cold, Ye sadly laid them down, The ringlets clustering yet, so Mill, The flaxen and the brown. Then slowly hearing thrm nway, Ye laid them in the tomb, And turned to that deserted home, In agony and gloom ; Their places vacant inund ynnr board, Their empty ennch to see, To hear them lisp their prayer no m...

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. — 3 March 1849

Columbia ftcnnuval.! i.kvi i.. r a i k rti I'i'K . I -5SSS5- i Uloomjbnvq : StTIIIMUVMOUV M MJl'H !J 80. M I i) K). Y M"KV. M.Mtt II I ,, Jppointment hj Ihe I ostmnstcr (.aural. ; iUauua; Kramkn, K- '" l,,Ml Master al i Oinbiu, l.iuwme cmiiny, in dm jiUro l J. S. M 'ifih, resigned. - A nw l'osr Ohm -k has been established between NiHiliinnlii'ilainl atil Danville, alioul (linvi miles ht.'liiw the latter place, on the main i nulr, near Red I'oint Furnace, to be called 'Chulaiky," and Samuel K. Wood, appointed P. M. Articles for the Hoys, Xo. 6, by .1. Sisfy. Wo publish to-day, the sixth and last article of the series of the about publications. S. veral of our cotemnnrare-t. we obseive, have ronied these. articles, as evidence of their appreciation of their ! menu, and in co,ive,s,,tie,, recently, with a I learned Minister of the Gospel, on tie .attic suit, j j-t. he retn.iikcl.lhal he had perused them with I moon iotore-t. and had no doiiht. tha lessons thev I tntutnlly inriileated w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1849

SVfllltDW. MKCIl 3, 181!). ,11 on tour oiinfy. A wild and reekl"s scheme, ha- recently been I and iikihI iiiiiulil( kcoki aphi.alll bounded ("nun concocted by 4 pontoon! llie ileiiiiciin iii I In' . Hen in llie Sl.Un, w ilh u Central Si lit nl Justice,- lower priil of nnr excellent little cniintv, wlnrli j hut in reality Cur the purpose nl ' foisti'iur, iiinii Ihe r.inti.npl ilm the ilnmciiihertneiit nl Cnlmnhia people, ot t It? County, nifuinnl their will ami wi-h, ml the formation nf I small pal eh around Pan- in Paper Slmve. Shop Id Danville, Ihe l.cgisla villi?, tu bp entitled "Minitoiti (aunty " The j tine will, we liut, neat il as die ovoillnning lo- ,roj ft is as novel us the poition nl im movers i j mentation nl diseased i nlcl licls an. I llm attempted unten ihli', Hint will triki the ureal majority nf revenge of a few disappointed dfiii;u;oc.ue., our citizens with wonder and surpris", as well at I lie statements therein made as I he spirit in which it 1 IIICIlaKe f.lllrbi"...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 March 1849

Agricultural. j EtTIMAl'SJ OK Till; L'RofJ M VtlK I " M 1 " 1 J Statu. Wd lute received an rsiuiiali limn the j Report uf the Patent OhV, relative In the crop i of the United Slatm lor Ihe past year. ' ,,a " j blei re loo jlis' lr iuin lion. I"" we uvc ,:o"' denned tliuin into Ilia following ' : j Vvipvihtiuri in Umbels ul doit raised, " balll'V, " oste, " rye ' buckwheat, Indian coin, " JlOljIoO", To in. oi hay, i'uuhds ul tobacco, cotton, '.il.iWtJ.OiW i j'i,;ir.i,tiio ,2j,uju l-VnH.i,UUO :w,yji,uuu l-.',riS3,iji)u "3:1,1 Kl.LHNJ IM,I7"i,Jim) I j, o'J.'i.UOU y 1 iKni,i km t , out', ,1100,0' 'U 1 1 'j.U'j.S'Jo VlX),UOl,lKM iU3o " roe. " nu-it, Tons ol hemp, 01 thu PeniHylvaui hat pi educed liusheli ol wheal, bail,;)', " oats, " rye, " buckwheat, ' Indian to i n, potatoes, Tons "f hnv, Puilti'U ol lohactfo, li.V.nO.'JiW 15'i,000 'Jii.O.KJ.UDD ia,riNj,uw 3,sau,0(Ki ii.ooo.uuu i,'JiKJ,IIO(l V! ,1X1(1,1)1 JO ciu.i'O'j I'rorivor Daihy 1'arminu. Oiin Wilson,! Fq.,"f tlunt.hurx, fieauna c...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1849

i COLUMBIA "That Government is the best which govern least." mmteu .f.ri ruuLiauein swssssswsiswsws y BY LEVI L. TATE. nAifonnnri nnT ttti mt a nn o a riTTT) ! a -t tit a iimr in ioin SOLW SE!Si!iyhILf- JbJUUUlU0IUliVJ,UUljUlUI)lii.W.9Oi.l UJiUilX, lUillVUlL iv, j VOL: 2, NUMBER 51. California Itymn. Dedicated to Christian Gold Hunttrt. Fkom Greenland's Icy mounUini, To California's hor, We turn to seek the fountains ', Where tolls tin glittering ore. Car we fur plains benigh'eu, Or Alric's pagan land .' Our heart are more delighted With bag of golden sand. , Trotn Cej Ion's spicy breeies We turn to brighter lauds, Where gold "to save" more pleat, On Sacramento's itrandi, Care we if heathen blindly Bow down to wood and stone, Since God to us to kindly The golden dust ha shows ? We lee the Hindoo groping, Devoid of light on high t Dire tor, while we, are hoping, Should they in darkness die ? Franciaco ! Golden regions ! Oh, what a thrilling aound I With joys, in eontless regions, The...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1849

i intrnJ-d pusim-; a week with Col. Unison, j house of Mr. Jo'm MiI!h. Hern some la After iiiiiuifiiVj; tli.j roiio to lMt:itla nd j dies wept upon seeing the low estate to Mn. Carson's ferry, on the Tomtiit; y, wlueli this great in m was reduced, ami one ha callud for wmine; m.itci'inS, ami uuliu j t' tliem, Mrs. Jack Johnson, named her event icuus. " -lUMni'iii was u.'s- pjieiiiiit on too ruiMi route lor noimt ur pose. He mmmcd about nine o clock in tho m.irniiiij, an I the travclloia .el out lor the Cm-oll', a )t far distant. li't us n iw return li Col. Perkins, whom wo left last night in the woods, 1 tl ,-, t, admire a in in of daring and r 1 let, yet in the whole distance to Hichmniul, highly excited and nlmuriiig in tlni cold. 1 ems impulses, and to pity and defend him ' the impenetrable Aaron llurr, was never Why did not Origin well keep hi promise .' m hj adversities, heard to complain that he was nick or even Noone knows. L is a mvniery to tins i At the boat-yard in the pre...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1849

Th.niiol the Times, iif ih1)'.1.! ult., contains 1h l.iluimnn Well itii'riioil cuiuuirt.d.ition of linn. " Picatn, Him pdnnl bpriker of the tlmiM of y. Hijiti iii(ivi'i. An a irM.liiii( officer of the lluuxfUitii n kr haa no superior. Hisdcos. ' fotta are tan and impartial, nut made fcilh Ihe rapidity nl thought. The enntWdence "fill pai tiea in his impartiality nut knowledge tit psilia- tnanury lw, is evinced hy the fact that hi de ' ' oisinns hvt never in tny in instance, been re , . Versed. ' As a writer, a puMic debater nil stales . . umi, lieu, I'. is unu uf the l rni( uien ol tlie Suu. HoitSK nr R'rRKSENTvriVK, '"' lianitburg, 2t(h February. AN IITTINV HKKE, ill the UoilfC, listen- J" Ing to llie second and ihirti rcailing pT loral bills, thai our excellent JSpoukcr in putting ... through t the rate of forty pr hour. It is a great thing to have a competent npeaktr. "" Nome very clever men, on the floor, fail entirely when put into the "chair. 1 huve -t iflen this in five speak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 March 1849

I ITT! POETRY. California Sans. Ala. "Pirry mi bi-k to O'd IV finny." Scrai n J f ir n l 1 h tint S icramanto, I worked from day to day ; II ilcin j stnotig tlia twill of or, To mi it wat but pl)' ' int I'.n ri:h .'h plenty ofgld, I djn't main lo w j, x any mure ; Tlwa barry ra bv: to OU Virginny, To OU Viruuiy' shur. U I only bic' ", I'd never dig g ill My mure ; Oli, uk m from Sicriioautu's plain, To Old Viigiuj's shore. And oof I have my pockets tilled , Walt California's ore, Ob, carry me back to Old Virginny, To Old Vtrgiuny'a ithore. Oh, now I'm rich and happy too, My wants are all tupplied; ' And when I get hick, contented I'll be, i With Dinah at my aide. Aad when Tin dead and gone to rest, rut lha old tin pan by my ' " ' The spade and shovel accompany me, They were my only pride. Oh, carry me back to Old Virginny, To Old Virginny's chore. Agricultural. ; From the Anerican Agriculiwist. Work for March, lYorth and West. Mtplr Sxjir. Miple eu;ar ahould now be muljby all who ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1849

vt MlnwtMMI Ti r DEMOCRAT (HOI If II" A u I'Vlll.tSIIVJ)) BV LEVI L. ,TATE. The Hcauf Hit. ,IIow much there i thai' beautul In I h i h fair wot Id of ours, The verdure of the early spring, The sweetly blooming flowerM The brook l hut dancei in the lik The birds thai carol free, Are objects beautiful and hiighl, Th.it every where we m, There's beauty in the early morn When nil U hushed anil still, Anil at the lovely iitnset hour, Tis spread o'er vale and hill ; It liven within the gorgenu clouds That float along the sky, Ami oh ! how purely beautiful Our evening canopy, It dwells in quiet stillness where The glassy waters glido, And wake-to awful grandeur 'ticath The eatarnct's foaming tide; 1 'Ti throned in dark uteri) majesty, Where the tall mountain towers Oh ! there is beauty everywhere 1 lit this bright world of ours. , The fairy siell that childhood wears. Its artlennesn and truth, 'The light that lives within the eye, And in the smile of youth, The impress on the manly brow, W...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1849

Columbia Democrat. LI.VI L. TATS "H '" Ulecnnsbccg : SATURDAY MOK.,M.UiCIl 17,1849. ! Our Senator. Senator Host's nomination was warmly oppo sed by I muninr nl Democrats in this and in Lu zerne county, not because he resided in Danville, but because they tud no confidence in him as a .... . . ...... .. .1. L. - i I politician, i ty atieugeri, itvit aitnougn or ..no ...o u.in.ci!. prriiiiu oijjniy paiaiuotu lited profee.11y Deinocritic pa'r I'it mmiy j and easily digested by those who w ere yeais, and although he at oi e tune was a leading ! privileged to sit down to the feast. They inn in the party, still it u evident to a do.. ; are indeed a remarkable family of sweet observer of hiscsurse, that he wan not a sound ' lingers, and from the favorable accounts Democrat, i.d that he cared much more for him-1 e gel of them from other parts, it is evi self than ('. tho Democratic party, dent that Poughkeepsie is not the only That he did not on til occasions upport Slate j Vre 1M knows how...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1849

U ! SA'I UltDAY. MARCH 17, 18U. t'avtirn We are indebted t he Hrni, llutv ill Cvuu, ul III IjU Culture. lur a pamphlet r contaiiiiiis t reply lo iht sildress ul the Southern i Convt-i:iun, inil in Hun. V. UkT, (if our Statu I Senate, fur a P.unihUl copy of the K.-pnrt l the foimiiitteu ici rel.ttioit flic uiih Hraiich Ca lul. 5J We wo'ild directum sl'cnl inn uf businesa titan in tft -.-. I uf VI r -,'... Ai .V.iH Cum. f mission Merchants, Baltimore, in subsequent column. Thii House in wll known to Ilia trans, porters of Northern Pennsylvania, mid well de serve, i it has lung received, Iheir confidence and pklruiugo. Gentlemen send in your order. Tmk So ALf ill. We acknowledge the receipt of the March number of the Scalpel ; a journal of health adapted t popular and profes-ional read ing, and the exposure o quackery, edited by Dr. Edward It. Dixon, New Y'rk. Thia journal will be published quarterly, al $1 per annum in advance. A chesp and very valuable wotk, well deserving extensive ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1849

1 Ilc.ncu. Ksljrjoui puuty is peculiarly to he prized epe ri Ally whuu it pawMt the uruc and I tut swecl uurtofllie lollowiu, transcribed Irom an old ucwpaper printed al A l.'iileen, Scotland." ' Thcr i a 1 - tul of e.ilm dcliit;hl Tit sorrowing mortals timi : Tlmr rapluimi. r'ios eni'h nil tip! ijlt r. And ll to soot lie their sonln unite ; S-voi't is their n-si in -heaven. There glory heiim mi nil the plains, And joy for Ihk is Riven, Vlierrt music swells in sweetest strains, AnJ spotless beauty ever reigns, And til i love ! 11 heaven. There cloudless skies are ever luitit ; Thence gloomy scenes are driven ; There nun dispense unsullied liiht, And planet bcauiiiiij on lh siniil, Illume (he fields of heaven. There is a stream that ever flows, To passing pilgrims given j There fai;st fruit immortal grow.; The verdant flower menial blows Amid the lU'ld of heaven. There is a great and .ylorlous prize, For those with sin who've stiiven 'Til bright a it.tr of eveniiiir, skies, And far a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1849

''''' ,j "w" - - . - jjjit " - jl, " "That IJovcramcnt h flic best uhiili governs) Icasl." BY.IiBVI L. TATE. ORIGINAL. , 'or fic Columbia Democrat. BY A SCHOOL BUT. v i 1 ' The sweet voice of Spring, in tlio rallies Jon ring, ! And the winter is Honing away, And soon will be lost, the last trace ol tha frost, ' That has marked hi lingering slay. Tha birds of th ir, in their music declare, Their joy thut stern winter hat fled, ' And gladnoss shall bo, in tha land ofhe free, ' ' Where tha blusing4 of Heaven are nhoJ. . But ah ! there are some, where no comfort can ' , , i . , come, . In cella, and dread dungeon confined, To whom the bright spring, shall no happiness ' ( No tiding! of peace to tha mind. To evil a prey, they themselves cant away "' ' Tho blessings that Heaven had gave, 1 And now for their fate, thoy repent but too luto, ' ' ' For llie last hand of friendship to save. ' "And thus will it prove, in tho spring of Gods V love, . , When life cold winter in o'er, The jut shal...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1849

Columbia ulcmccvaL tHoomoburg: SATURDAY MOIi.N., MARCH 21,1819. , i'liu UtjpsUture, his chaiied, the name of h4 ' L.ttle 'dclmylluU U Susipusiuuiw Kil Rud Coin mny, lo thai of Te CaUtiuia, VJitimiit ant Krie ttiil Iliad Company," has ullowel it uiilil (lie : I h t of Djcemuur, 1SJ5, lo toliiplild Lie loud lo Willuunpurt. Win. 31. .Meredith. The gentleman whose namo heads this article isSeereiiiyuf Hie Trunin) lo (Jon. Taylor, lie is a Pemi-ylvaaian, a citiu of Philadelphia a.ul a' vey eminent lawyer. It was ho who said (lu riti the political camp-igii tlial the laiagc oj the Tarifl act of '4d "involved infill and injur to the people' of Pouiisylani:,.iud liny uiusihafc Wn bliuJ lo their interest not to reeul it." (.ve quoit ft'um memory.) During c campaign, I in; V'hif promised lo nolily the present Tarifl la s simiUting them more nearly to the act ol Mi. The Sesion of Congress hjj closed. 1. 1 the low er hooe v hmo only revenue law ca.t originate, (lie Whi j( have had a nujoiity, t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1849

Ml ri S.UUUDAY, MM-CIUl, 18il) (ijj-Stricimv hy a .Scuool liny, on "N miles ctipl,"ai on file nl will appear neM week. Onr Disk. OJ We have the New York Me'rnpiililan Mag- xiiiti. It is both rich ami valuable. Isieal Post, jmbliiher.Ni. 35!), Broadway, N Y. ' '&lMd.r Dollar M.K JLuni. for March, is lo received. The enguvmgs ai:oinjan vinn its well filled pages lire iiVr than worth the sub scription. Price ijl pt-r annum. With ,i Mr llnhteii h.is forwarded us an excellent liUB.u-.oni..r.H.t-ely. X M. C- We have heard much of lliis pi rtonage ami his old gray coat, and here we have a full view of both. The article cn he seen at this olilc. (Hsaae Amioernun, of Danville, ha9 received and accepted the appointment of Foreman on the Can.iL An excellent appointment. The Danville Hank !H has been said that the people of this section of the county are opposed to a Bank at Danville, .Upon local grounds. This charge we believe to be unfounded J at least so far as our democratic citize;, ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1849

The Itlne HirK Tim Mho Itii-.l we "''-''l '""" Sweet IniibiiiK'T ol Sping ' tlx noim uio weli'omii in in)' car, 1 love (o hear it sing ! It come, tin; soonest of it race, Ami llics Willi senile wing; It seeks tin nlil Irequenlcd place, And there tl loves tuning. Come, uimiiIi! bitd, l't hcr Thy e.nly notes "1 Spring; And mav Iky iimr.M wmil, ho uc.ir, ' to sinus ihj)') ,l,i"K Coiiii baild 111" nest, (he hollow fail U w her is uv tu In' : The lood ye wsnt i shall not Kail, And we w ill wolnoe ilii-e! The IMi'.i Hiid' win wo . it will heir, Sweet hiihingor nl Spuug! Its notes MIC WllfclliO 111 ll'V till, lovo hi' .il it sin. (Cincinnati Mercury Agricultural. Jlliml IlrirflcM lor Horses Tim North American Farmer s;iy, a tnitnr the most iilisind iai liri'iii the limn- iijjouiPitt ol horses, in tho use of the blind luiillfs. They are not only very inconve nient mill iiuconifortuhle to the horse, but they Ujjsravalo tho very evil which they sire iutcrnled to obviate that of preventing the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1849

JIbI mil "That Government is the best which jfovern least." BIT LEVrETTPATE. 5 ORIGINAL IIOPI2. The world may change from old to new. From naw to old attain ; Yet bop mil heaven, for ever true, With man's heart remain. Th dreams that bleu the wenry aoul, Th etrujfsrles of the strong, Arc steps towarda some happy goal, The story of Hope's song. Hope leada the child to plant the flower, The man to sow the aeed j Nor leaves fulfilment to her hour, But propts again to deed. And ere iion the old man' dust The grass is tven lo wave, We look thruugi'i fallen tear lo trust Hope's sunshine on the grave. On no ! it is no flattering luro, No fancy, weak or fond, When hope would bid os rest aecuro, In better life beyond. Nor loss nor shame, nor grief nor ain, Her promise may gainsay ; The voice divine hath spoke within, And God did ne'er btray. M. K. Random Shots-No. 7- BY NONDESCRIPT. Our Jlagaxlne Literature. During the last Presidential Campaign, Rnfus Choate, Whig, said, "there are many goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1849

I i , r V Columbia democrat. I.em I.. Tate, Editor. . Uloomoluuci : SATURDAY M011N,.W.VUCH 31,18 1 .- tpy Mining duy, proper, comes this i,n I tipnn S.ihbith, ht many of onr cit ir.n have "" ticipatd its arrival, by moving Hiid removing in March. The otietation commenced on inursuay .' ... .1 ..,.,, wa one I tn.iniiiiL' nJ is balance til the wm i general .cone of busmen bu,Ht'.d confusion , were confJHndeJ. We smeeU know whe.e, j find the neonle now, and are more at a Ins to know where thev have found quarters, as house, armo scarce that sotno are compelled to leave tourusf'or want of shelter. : IMilurial Circular. Wo last wc?k entered upon the third j i r .1.- P,.,i'uini 1 1 iM ii n i r. and twumew , according to custom, should have accom- ; ji;uiid that issue with an Address, or Ed- , itorial Circular. Necessary absence Iroin home, at thu proper time, prevented the ! fulfillment of that task. We now improve , , : ihe occasion lo suv h few words to our ren , me uLuiBiuii in oujr o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1849

rm:iiiwii' twm i - :ser SATURDAY, M AKCII 31, 1 8-19. Magazines for .iJtrtV. 'Godey's Lady's Hmik1,,"(Srihiin's Magazine," and" Patterson's Ladie's GnUnd," for the month tnauing, have all been received at Ibis ollice. Hn for California Mr. John D Pktrikin, wwiliiouiige.t son of the lite lion. I). Petrikin, .i Columbia eounlv last week. Ill company with veral other gentleman, for the gold regions. I'hcy take the overland route, We wi.lnour young . and abilities oi iu. miller, s a strong mer dim sound democrat, are extensively known snd must be duly appreciated. The Key Stone, we opine will soon rank as a standard sheet in the bright galaxy of the democratic Press of Pennsylvania. . . Three Men Drow ned. We learn from the Lvzrrne Democrat, that a Mr. Yatks, one of a company of young men from Klmira, N. Y., which passed Wilkesbarte last Saturday afternoon on board a raft en route for - California, was drownea at naniirone uam.- , Young Ytes was much esteemed and carried with , him some...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1849

Agricultural. The Tanner's Son. I love tho fmner'i quiet lile III! peacelul home, dev.iid o strife, With sweet couitintment blessed : I lova Hit) virtuci of hit heart, Which love, and peace, and joy impart, Around hit tranquil rest. I love the blooming hills and dale, Their healthful winds and odoroua galea, Untainted with disease : I love the tales and legions old, By while-haired mres at twilight told, 'Mid scums ol shadowy vane. I love the labor and Ihr toil Which clothe with beauty Freedom's aoil, Where tyrant never trod ! And where each tank from turmoil fret, Great God I ia sanctified by thee, And consecrate (lie god. I love the scenes of social mirth Which cheer hii quiet evening hesrth With joy, unmixed, replete ; Where frindship's smile, Hiid love's ly lear, Are semi thro' hope's transparent tear, And true friends only meet. I love what'e r the seasons bring The flow'rs that blush the birds that sing Eve's low Eolian breeze, The spring's soft smiles, the aummer's charms The...

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