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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1849

- . . - jjj t H 1 1 0 "That Government is the best which govern least' PRt.rrEIM PVULISIIEU) mr lbvi L. TATE. 5 Dr. llerkely's Prophecy. The following line has btcoms Interesting to Americans from the fact that they were writ ten long before it Wei 4 matter nl reasonable cal culation thrt we wouMerer becnm emancipated Iruin our Colonial vaiaU(jo. The tu'.hor wai Bishop of Cloyne, and celebrated ai a intnphyi cisn. " ' The mute, disgusted at an ace and clime t Harren of every xtnrinus thvine, In ilitant land now wailn a belter time, Producing subject wortl y Ume. In hupp? climes, when", from the genial sun And virgin earth, such scenes enme - ' The force of art by Naiure seems undone, " Aud francied beauties by the true. In happy climes, the seat of innoct-nc, ; Whurn JValurt guide and virtue rules Yhr men shall not impm lor truth and seme The pedantry of coui la aud schools. There shall be svn another goldsn age 'The rise of mHre and ofopM The good and xreat inspirit epic rage, . ' ...

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. — 7 April 1849

Columbia PcmocraL '..- Levi U. TaTO Editor. ..u DJ om sib n r 3 : VV trsta-rf SATURDAY .MOILN.. APKIL 7.1819. "" CU-V.'U. PALMEK, comer of Third and Chea nut Street, is sn authoried Mnt for the C.h.cm or Democrat, in Philadelphia. 1 l!i.iviM'BURU Acdoiv. This School will bo hUf'it Hfew rfuyt.cnnimaiiciin? on 'next M'n . day, in the West upper room of the Public School BuildiiiR .in hi l4C.- ?hi:tempmrg or. rAngemmt is wad - nc-omij ofaa unavoidable de'.a; in !i psUag tlw nuint) ha permanently occupied by litis 1'iMimiioii. . it ftvOur but edition fell short of mj.plyinR reg ular suuscriiicis, a id ol course, did no reach our eirliaMg.-s ; we. are fipprehtnsise the same thin,; may occur litis week, a wc have had the pleasure of makinir. veiy creditable a"icosions to our'lin.in tmvn and country, 1W which we are truly ttiank iul. ffiOur Random SAuM. The eighth mjm bkk of tho-e excellent sketches', by our talented Irieud, Mr. Nondesiript, appear in this Col umuu Democrat.' i'ticy are we...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1849

&. W. CAUH, Evui Building, Third St , is authorised i n.i the I'oi.i'miA Democrat fur the traduction unsiness in I hiliuirlphia. S.-HOKACK Wll.LlSON, Esq, of lhalford cuunlj.hai b'n appointed President Judge for the Thirteenth Disttict, as the succes sor of Ju'lg Conn) ngham. 1 Drtrifl at (hr rw. -0 i Saturday mor ning Liit, a nn named .Mm, ih ui llrad forJ i o , w IIiiov.ii linn a iui al Nunl ico'e it mi and I'rowiicd. IScKj.'iiiiiu A. Hid Lick, Th rumored death nt the Hon Nenj. A. Bid lack, mir Minuter at Iloitota, New Gienada.as published last week, is now, we are h appy to iy, contradicted. ' Latter, from him to hia fam ily in Wilkesbarre, beaiing date aubeiuriit to the 6th ot January the time he was said to have died represent hi m in UfcUal health, beside this, the State Department at Washington, haa Tieith lr receive I any such information, nor ha it made any communication of hia death to Mr. IT family, which would mem to atrongly indi cate the falsity f'f Ihe aforesaid r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1849

i iDOiii la tht lilmfnua .f'ciLiNn peculiar interest in that pot lion i "ytfjuj gouurjtion, wh hv hi-eu reared un der ton benign Luluc'iice ol' agricultural oceupa tinn, and bamg alsodesuou ilradica(iuti pre valent Kirmr in the opinion oi many cf tha diiaf. f, you will, I presume, readily fiord me a brief spicn in th- p of your journal for ex pr.'iwiim ft sediments, which, I humbly (mat, miy rind a wolcoiihi response from large major ity of yn ir younger wader. Thi) sujerj nit which 1 purpose t ahort dieria lion, is qum w riici (j tue, ha frfj neatly wca '"H''l n small astonishment j and (hough, how e"t ((range ni.iy by other be regarded, ia never th"! m, iino whose lamentable reality demand an itnmediata counteraction. I particularly allude turn nhi rnini; inclination among our country lad u lavi-a to fomka the comfortable retirement of home, in exchange for the deceitful allure montsof city employments. Ini'atuited with the MtsUkeu idea of speedily enhancing their tempo i il wolur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1849

Oi TPH f (Tllir I Hi1 V j . . ll'lmBrlil:lifriClr.rirrrllli.rM i 'N' .A T"k. That fiovri'iimeiit h the n t which jsroveriiM 1 I'lXVlf-IJ .M7I WtlLtSIIED) BY . MVXl!" TATE. DJ-We doubt if the following lines, taken. from ,k book recuntly published in London, have hith- 1 erlo appeared on this sid the Atlantic, no - BfluW nf tua Prophet Ewkit:! furnishaa the tub jdct:. . v The Valley of Dry Hone V THE RKV. P. CROtT, r ji in the hnJ of Giul i Bom upon tho rushing gale. On a viaiDitetl mount I Hod, i ' G';n o'er t baundlcas vU , . ,. i , "Km the eye can glance, 'twas spwad, Wijth the remnants of the dead. t IV , ) . . . .. . . ' .tsin -gonirf lhi Captivity,. 1 , . I'riace and peasant, warrior alave, '''There lay naknd to the sky-1 n ,i'Tw rtinuil Naiiou's nrvi . pealh s.t on hn loneliest tlirmm X: ' ' la that iUdenietj of bone.' ' Morn amse and twilight fell, Still the bones lay bleached and tare , v I MtUriiijht brought -ll antW yell Jiuumling through his human lair, ' "'fill abova the...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1849

eCJte?- Columbia fUcmocrat, Levi I., Tate, Editor, SATURDAY MOUN., APKlLt8, 1849. (t V. U. IMLMF.U. corner of Third and Che n il Sir.-!, is tu authorized agent for theCoLUM mi PtM'Mjn at, in Philadelphia. &J-We want a Journeyman Printer, immediately. (fr-On motion of V. 0 Hurley, Esq., Ouri I". Kami.!., tru on Wednesday Ut, admitted to practice Law in tha weveril Court of this county. r.cmplioa Law. We invito the jtf -ntioii of our reader to the C,y ol tiiti Exemption Law, published in this week Paper. In regard tu thii $300,00 Law, we have a lew ward to lay. Wa liar been talk ing with ale num. rich one at that; and which by the way accounts for tbeir opinion, wlij say that l bit law if, and Juutt be, moat inju nout to liui poor man. Tlii-y aiiiTt that at th era it to muck property exempt from levy and tale, thut few man can be United, at a debt cannot be collected. Bait mm I be given when i man rent a house or a lot. II man cannot gtt bail he cannot ft a houte. Therefore, ha ma...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1849

illooinflbnrg : SATURDAY, APRIL '.'8.1849. 0- E. W. C.VRR, Evans' Buil.t i n . Third St., it authorised agent lot the Columbia Democrat or th tranaction of business in Philadelphia. Appointment! iy the Goternar. Jotm Moons, snd Jon Coor-rn, Eiqrs., ol Danville, to he Notary Publics, for Columbia co., commissioned fur tlirtc years. Ncrtl Dranct Canal. . A breach occurred in the North Branch Canal, on Monday last, below Catawissa. Since then navigation lias been auspended. We understand tho breach is repaired and navigation again resumed. Court I'rocccdingi-Contintud. Saturday Morning, April 21, 1849. ' ' Court culled agreeably to adjournment, Judge Anthony and Balily on the Bench. Th charge of the court in the cage of AutenviGood, wai dflivcn-d and theju. ry retired. Some Sessions business was transacted. A jury was called in the case of the Com. vs Thomas M'Bride for For nication and Bastardy. He was found guilty. After Dinner the jury in the case of Au ten vs Good came into court h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1849

Agricultural. ! .! uiiy n , in i!i m ' y ' . V .1 i V;'. I in ,' ; ! v ie , . S '). iu . t' in i btio n.i (v.i.ilv in . U'lM 't, n.'A'ilj'ilHj! Cif i Situ 0.1 ri t li i itt i : .11 :n vi I f .lit wm!::i i.h v-.i-i.V Jxh, .,',! s'l' ll.H lml.il l .!'!., The Firm-it's peurle-s daUj,!iu-r ! Tho rms ni tally mi Iht cavi k Together lev j to dwell, , H"r lvih'.n; bin1 eyes wreiiha ar.mnd Thi heirt a wiirhinft spell; . Her milt) i brijjht as morning's glow 1 , Ujvin the day plain, Anil listening to her voice, we dream That Spring Im coma b . i n . The tiraiJ Civrn is not m-Tf wiU Nor yet more gay and free The lilly'j cup is not more purs . Iu all its purity ; . Of all the wild ilnveri in the wood Or by the chrysial water There' none more pure nor fair than aha The Farmer'- peerlsss daughter. Then tell ma cot of jeweled fair Tim brightest jewel jet Is in the heart where virtue dwells And innocence is let The glow1 of health upon her cheek, The grace no rule has taught her, The fairest wreat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1849

iiijiiiBWJiiniirj'.!irm(jrj:iitZ That ((OvtTiimmt fr flic Iu't which xorcm lcat." vni.rrtm .mii vt itt.isur.it bit lbvi"l7tate. liLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1849. yL s i: It I -'.--1 U L. T WVL VE. VDL: 3, NUMBER 7. Columbia democrat. Thought or Heaven. No lickness there, No weary wailing of the frame away, No fearful shrinking 'rnni the midnic,h air No drd of numuicr'i bright and firvid ray. No hidden (trief, No wild and cheerless i.ion of despair ! No vaiji petition for a awift relief No tearful tyea, no broken hearts are there. Care haa no home Within the realm of ceaaelesa prayer and song ; 1 tat billows break away and melt in foam, far from the maiiniont of the spirit throng! Tha storm's black win la never up re ml athwart celestial skies! Ill wailiiiKi blend not with i In- voire of apring, At loma too tender flowerut fades and dies ! No night distill Its chilling dews upon the tender frame; No moon la needed there ! The lic,ht which fills The land of glory, from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1849

Columbia IDcmocrat. Levi L Tatk, Fjmtok. 3 X.OOIMCHIlTJIUr. SITUKDAY MOKN., MAY n, 1849. tjlj-V. U. PALM Kit, comer of Ttiird and Ches mt Street, i in uttlifiriit'.'d agent for the Coli m r. Dr.MocHT.in Philadelphia. 'At noNii,t iiriih. In our paper of la?t week, by a derangsinent f the types, we were made U ay"Aii()iviAe," instead of ncnaLi. Inprnttmtv.i. - Atwa!k round town will gratify nd tnuch astonish the observer at the unexampled Vrt'gress of our local improvement. Buildings re everywhere goinu up. We repeat the opinion heretofore expressed, that Ulooinsbnrg m im proving with greater rapidity than any other vil lage.iu the Norlh. MovHirn.. The Mnnfy Luminary, of last week, published by Oko. I.. J. Paihtkr, E-q., i clothed in the habiliaments of mourniug, over the. decease of his excellent and amiable Laly, late citizen of lilootnsburg, whose death we an nnune -d a fortnight since. The Militia 'Law, Asnin. The public have already learned the feature of the revised Militia Laws...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1849

.5' A-(V. MV4Mi4j Uloomob nr 3 : f.v l UkDAY, MAY 184l. CkJE. W. CAUIt. F.vaiio RiitlilniK.Ttiir.l St., is aulhorised an-nl birth Coumhia Pkmuchat or tlia traimi'tiiiii ot nnsincss in I' h 1 1 .ilt h t n . NEW POST MASTERS. ). G. DriesbncFi, Honch-Havcn. Draper Smith, Plyiiiuih. C, E. Lathrop, Tiinkaiuiock. Cut, A Dimocr, (if Susquehanna, has been recommended liy the L't-niix-rntio Convention of tint county, at a candidate for Canal Cummia sioncr. 0 The Philadelphia Money Market is iodic what easier. First rlass paper, out of doors, nine pur cent. 1 he Sjiring Truilo is pretty much uur. ' OtJ-Ai" Good Our merchant generally, have received their new supplies of Sphino axd Suaimkr Goods. Several auch advertisements grace our column lo-day, and more will soon likewise appear. We have always found, that those who promptly and publii k noMfy their cus t oner, can best accotumnJatv their wants with choice Merchandize licmarkable points in Pennsylva nia Vototics, It is a lingular fact in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1849

Agricultural. The l'armcr's Soiiff. Tha plough! the plough! the 'icit-m plough, Has turn til yielding siJ ; Sine flrtt this w irl.i wm giTen t "' A hcnUga from God. Thfl plotigti! plough! Ill d nhoig 'lub' That tlovitistho heavim; loam, We lolluw lice ils breezy truck Eenejth Ih a k blue dome The plough I the plough I the glorious plough Emends hcMimling rign, Upou the Airily mountain's blow, And o'er th sunny plain. Thfl plough! the plough! the regal plf'S1 Hills on its kingly sway, Alike where royil turrets riie, Or humble hamlets lay. Tli plough? the plough the conquering plough Unlike Ihn conquering sword II.I1 joyous life, and beaming wealth, On swarming millions poured. Oh! oh! fur help t drive the plough, And break the flinty clod; No longer starve in rrun's employ, Come Uku your pay of God. The eirth! the earth! the teaming earth, GjI's st'ire hnuie her for man, Vj g) to Gid's own stors and di Gifts from the generou land, The earth! the earth! the fair broad earth Has locked...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1849

That x'ov rmiH iil is (he host which govern lentil." vnt.rrun .i.r rruLisitLit) " BY LEVI TATE. 5 BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., SATU11DAY, MAY 12, 1819. 1 volTsTSumbeu 8. it ' Columbia EDcmacvat, Itallatl of Montrose. Th following extracts from the I'm Execu tion or Montrose, t poem liy I'rufessor Aytoun, of Eilinburg, contain aume of the finest stanzas we have teen lately. An old Highlander is tell ing the (tie of the death of the (.rent Mar ina, to lu a grandson : 'A traitor mid him to his foes Uh, deed of deathless shame! I charge ihee, boy, if e'er thou meet With one ol Assynt's name Be it upon the mountain side, Or Vet within the glen, Stand he in martial gear alone, Or backed by armed men Face him at thou wnuld'st face the man Who wrutigcd thy site's renown, Remember ot what blond thou art, And strike the caititl down ! "They brought him to ihe Watergate, Haid bound with hempen span, An though they held a lion theie, And not a 'fencelss man. They set him high upon a cart The hangm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1849

V ,vf v (Columbia Democrat, I.rvi I.. Tath, lloiroit. SATURDAY MORN., MAY 12. 18-10. ,ij-V. M. PALMER, corner of Third and Choi tiut S-ret, U j: 4'ith ri"J ,'it lor (he Coli.-m-mi D ':. r, in Philadelphia. "Elnoii v," a chaste, vtell-wriHenand veiy interesting literary production, over thts signature, -rwtiicll we li ive perused will) pruloii nil alic!uc Ijjii is on fi!! ami will be n l I il uext week. The attiole is highly creditable lo Jli'i heart and kind of its author. We invite a continuation of lurthor efforts from our valued correspondent. Wo arn under obligations to ihn Hon. S Caviehon, Ex-Senator, lor a copy of the "Treaty between llli! United Stales nnd Mexico.'' fcf- We acknowledge the receipt nf a copy of "Scott's Mammoth Weekly PicimiaL," Paper, 'irc.prising mi alumni innumerable iiumbar of Siljieili engraving. . X5" Th.) rain? nflast Sutuniaysand Sunday, have n'viilleu t ho N'nrt'i Rianch of the Susquehanna River, to an ox'ell.nt rafting freshet, on whose pirtrg waters...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1849

01 00 mob nr g ; . 0 m it SATURDAY, MAY 12, IS ID. fjrE. W. CAKR., Evans' Building, Third St , U authorised aicfnt fur tlie Cki.vmhia Dkmoch w fir the Iranactinn of business in Philadelphia. r- On'Friday morning of last week, on motion of Henry Johnson, Esq , JOHN G. FREEZE. Esq. of this comity, was adrnitud lo piactics Law in the never! Courts of Lycoming county. ftj- Candidates for Military offices, at tho com. ingSuptenniel I'olunterr F.leelUm, advertised by McKapdin, in to-tiny Democrat, can have their pretention! duly announced, yet in time, by f emitting their names with the $1 fee iu advance. ft-Our Advertising columns, this week, are g.tiN well-stored with profitable patronage. Duty lo tk partiality of onr good friends, impels us to iwn, that our office-business is bettor now, in the broadest sense of that term, ami has been for the list thres month, than it ever was since the issue of our first paper in Bloomsburg. Not that we have a larger subscription, but a much better o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1849

Agricultural. . '.:ingr Com in Tar jnions to Thin is Ly noiiiejiis ;t new iJea to many I uiucrs, but mine luni ilisciirde I tho prac in'c from tho opiniun of its having an 'ijurious t'lTcet upon the corn, by causing i to conic up unevenly, but such is the, ivultof misiuanacuHMit in preparim: ii. If iiin prepared according io tho follow itip; directions it will effectually prevent itl'ioin bcino- molested by birds, mice, squirrels and domestic fowls, thus remedying the necessity tf .putting up twine and other scarecrows to keep ofT the former, and of confining; the latter when you have a field planted near the hou.so, As lor its im mediate cflect upon the corn, so far as my observation has extended, I think it acts hh a stimulant to the young; plants, causing them to assume- a healthy appearance: Soak the corn, say 12 or 14 hours, in water, or any solution which you are in the habit of using ; then, before applying the tar, pour oil' the water, and cover the corn with hot water the h...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1849

m. FT" MOT A D"EM0C'!1A "That Uovt-miiicnt is the beat which govern lea-d." ,Oi.l SLUIt:S.-l'OL. TWELVE. BLOOMSBUIIG, COLUMBIA CO., SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1819. voxroEiiEii io. BY LEVl"L. TATE. 5 Kuril) Urnnttj Canal. Removal. The Collector office, hep-More lo cated at Berwick, on the North I! ranch Canal, Iiiii been removed three miles above lo Beach Ha ven, in Luzerne county, pursuant to the directions df the Canal Commissioners. The Collectors' Office and Weigh Lock, are now both located at Bnach Haven, where the Boatnnn can have their clearance and certificate furnished at the same lime bringing the operations of the two otliies in lo concert and harmony. J a mm S. Camiikll K-q., Collector, and E. H. Linn., E;q., Weigh Master. Well said Our comical friend Winchester, of the Wyoming Co. Democrat, ame-nyst many other good iyii,'e. lut week, made the following pun !' Tlia weather continue cold and every tliin is "backward in coining forward." ' The Messrs Youngman, of the Sunbury Ga 7.e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1849

M.I bhi e. . 1 Ik Columbia ulcmocrat. I.kvi I.. Tati:, Editor. MI.I3 0 MHUTTlltt. SATURDAY MOKN., MAY 20, 1849. tyV. B. PALMKK, corner of Tliirl snd Ches n u Street, is an authorized agent for the Ci-om ia Democrat, in Philadelphia. Democratic County Convention. The Democratic citizen of Coluin bia county arc rcqueBtet to meet at the utojal places of holding their (ri'iieral election, in rnch township, on Saturday, the 2il of June next, between 2 and tho'clock I'. M.. to choose two delegate from each town ship, who are to r.ieet in County Conven tion on Monday, June 4:h, at 12 o'clock, M., att'i Court House in l!looin.bur, to iiflcet one Representative Polecate for Oohinihia county, and, in connection with Luzerne county, one Seiialorial l)olt'"Ml to the regular IJemiwratic Slate Convention which will b: held at Pitlshii on the mining 4 th of July. Hv order of the Standing Commit'ee. R. W WtiAVfcR, Chairman. r!ooin:burg, May 10. . The IIIoIh in .Utc York. Wjiting hit week, until a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1849

Ulooinob nrg : SATURDAY, MAY 2tt, 1849. W. CVKIt. Kv.ii, Huilding, Third St , it authorised ;iiiit (',.( tl. Coi.cMni Dkmdoiiai fr the tnitui'ti'M, of rnnin,... in Philadelphia. The Canal Cuwmmtionei), are now ingestion t II irruburg. Jud. L,,ngtieih is thtrr, wih j mproved heslth, and pmspeois of future usefu)-j nis in tneuiiicnarge of huofliciul duties. This is I bid new for whiigery ! Death of Major Gen. J forth. Major Gtnrral U'Uiam J. M"orlh, di','d of Uioltra, on the 7ih inm., at Antoiua de Baxter, ; in T. Ha e i . . . . i "1 1'iir om, ipi, urn, 01 a-1 Vent Genu.,.!.. 1,. ,k. Ur..., ..i ....,--.,... ' ' "i" " "i mi'i iin i-su, i. cm. i Worth served hi country bono ublv and disclmr- , ged hi high trust to General ai:;sfaction. f waa truly one of our country's brightest jewels in lite, he waa honored and respected, and hia ! lar us possible. Ordinary avocations should death will be lamented ai a great national calain- not be relinquished, or healthful amuse-''y- I inenia, whethe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1849

J ,s 7 y AfllllCirLTIJIlAI Turnips Anions; Corn It frequently happens that Indian Corn is greatly injured by tlio depredations of crowd, ciu-vormH or oilier insidious depre ihtors, Htid the yield in consequence, greats ly abridged. Whenever this in tlio ease, it is good policy to till in with some oilier produc tion, ouch hh potatoes, beans, or English turnips la most instances we should pre fer the latter as tho labor of sowing is comparatively trivial and as the crop re quires no lifter culture, or care of any kind till harvest. Very firm turnips are some times produced in this way, especially where the soil is new or recently "broken up." The ruta baga also succeeds well in such situations. In reference to the field culture of common English turnips, a l ite writer observes i ' ."A soil inclining to sand is the most suitable for turnips. Compost of muck and barn-yard (lung, with a dressing of leached ashes, furnishes a good manure. The seed should be sown in drills. Two feet spac...

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