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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1849

( ujuIUMdIA pill Ujuj jf,L,.liJi1.fflMliJtlW 3 - YlUuJhAlo That fJovcrmmut h the best which 7mrm leant' rni.vrnu m-i vuitusm:n) BY LEVrir TATE, 5 BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA CO., SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1819. ( old sum us-, i o ,. r ii'jlx, rr, The Yoke of the Pestilence, TMa itnlumliil nnem WH4 written in lh31. on thoannrouch of the choleu 1'iom the east towai (lie western nails of K.urune, mid it is appropriate in O iMiiu'if1 Hmturatinii noil u-pstward nrotfresS a mentioned in recent journals. The vigorous avitriuion yntilimA thrini'tit. and hii.l lioetical finish, we have seldom met with poetry to exrel it, ana we are sorry mat we cannot give me au thor's name : Breathless the course of the Pale White Horse, Bearing the ghastly form Rapid and dark as the spectre barV When it sweeps before the stnnn ! Balefully bright through the tot rid night Ensanguined meteors glare Fiercely the spires ol volcanic fires Stream on the sulphurous air I Shade of the slain through the murderer's brain Flit ter...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1849

I I Columbia fUcmoctat. " , F VI I.. TA IT., EDITOR. SATU RDAyTiOUN . JUNK"l6, 1819. (y-V. B. PALMER, comer of Third and Chrs n it S'rspr, i su authorized agent for the Colum mi Democrat, in Philadelphia. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER JN.: A. GAMBLE, Of LVCOM1NU COPS1V I Subject to the Democratic State Convention. The lteaclicn. The success of the Taylor Republican Party t the pulls, will most undoubtedly be its political destruction. It i impossible, where each of the Parlies supporting him, claims to be master, to satisfy all. It ii true the Native American were hie fust triends but Lewis became collector It is true, Fuller of the Mirrtr waa an 'Original,' but we look in rain for their names in the list of Taylor appointees. It is said by authority, that the Hog returns to Ian vomit, and the sow that was washed, to her wallowing in the mire; but we immagine that there are few of the quondam supporters of the present administration, wh will lick the hand that spurns them. The people hence...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1849

Uloomob nr g ; SATURDAY, "JUNE 10, 1S19. iJ-K. W. CAKU, Evans' Hml.liiiK, Third St.. Js authorised i(, n( for the ColVmsu Democrat fir (Iju Iranactioii of ousiuHts in Philadelphia. Sabbath Convention. The undersigned, having been appointed by Iho Presbytery of Northumberland t committee of sjheir body, to consult with the friends of the ab bath, along the North nd West Branches of the Ji'us'piuhanuah, upon the subject of holding a con vention for promoting the better observance of lh J-ord's day, especially on the part of those persons .employed upon our various internal improvements woid give the following notice. A convmiliou will be hold on Wednesday 'Joth fl June, at ID o'oloch A- M ., at the Presbyterian rhurch in the Borough of Northumberland, to lake into consideration the meant whereby the friends of Divino and human law may most efl'uc (unity promote the holy and philanthropic object for which the salihath wat originally instituted. All religious bodies, and Sabbath. Associ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1849

xITcultivatc Jl.mli llunls To cultivate marsh pUu rfl)Clinn' BOUil.iginoroiiiirceiirylli:in la Bupply them Willi a moderate quantity of their na. Uvb soil, placed :immHli:acly around tho roots; aud nftorwanh. keep tho ground about tho in constantly moist. To effect the hu.;rohje.-t, placo the root .ulTuionily deep iti the earth, that when the neck, or crown; U covered, there may U a hollow three or four inches deep, and lending a foot or more on every buIc. Then water copiously, and, in addition, have a keg or jar sunk near tho roots, and keen it full, or nearly so, with rain or river water. Saturat. a strip of coarse, woolen cloth 5 pnt ono end at the bottom of the keg with a stone upon it, to keep it in in place, and draw the other over the edge to the root; this will acton the same principle as the siphon, and furnish a .uffcietit, perpetual supply of moisture for a vigorous growth. riant that grow in tho water requiro to be constantly submerged, for which an ar tificial pond or ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1849

if BT k mk ninif Ain A nn riiat ovcriiiitcnt is the host which governs least." , BY LB VI" L.WT AT J3. $ pOKTIt 1 I'oa ths Colombia. Ui-mocrat. SYMPATHY. Thcre'i language that' mute, tint no silence can peak; Thcre'i a something that cannot be told ; Thcro re words that can only bj read on tho cheek. And thoughts but Iho eyes can unfold. There a look so expressive, no timid, so kind. So conscious , so quick to impart, Though dumb 4 ii an instant it speak out the mind And strikes in an iiibtant the heait. This eloquent silence, this convi rse of sou. In Tain we attempt to suppress; More prompt it appears from the wish to control, Muro apt the fond truth to cxpriss. And oh ! tho delight in the features that shine, The raptures in bosoms that melt, ' Who, bless' d with each other.this converse divine Is mutually spoken and felt. riWM THE DLOOJlSDUR SPY. Family Jars- Jars of jelly, jars of jam, Jars of potted beef and ham, Jais of early gooseberries nice, Jars of mincemeat, jars of spic...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1849

Columbia Elcmocrat. LEVI L.TVTK, KDlTOlt. 3t X. OiTm S U U 11 (J. S.VTUltlLVY MORN., JULY 7, 1810, irj-V. li. PALMER, corner of Third and Chei nui Slreet, mi uthori.id agout lor the Coi.um in a Democrat, in I'hiUilolpliu. Appointments by thej'. M. General. A. U. Siiwart, Tositmusicr at Oung!ville, in t!i- pliice ol Jeiso Culcnun, removed. Emsha. Wf.rtmam, l'ohtmaslcr at Rohrbhurg, in place of Nicholas Kindt, rtmoued. V.luhk IIavman, to bo postmaster at Cain bra, Luzarne county, r', George Kramer, (whig) tfinowJ. Elijah Price, to ha Po-itinastcr at N'nmedia this c'Jnty, in the mom of John Yeagkii, ie moved. 34-The political cormorants io power have now we believe, about completed the work of decapi tating every obnoxious Pos tinaMe ra head, in Nor thern Pauiuolvjnia, except one democratic Lady away back in Sullivan county, in pursuit of whom, and in ht chuse are the, whole retinue of the "I'aylol lllood-hoiinda." SJJ- We have detained our paper until SalurJaj, the day on which it is ...

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

JJloomeb tug : SATIIR1UJUI.Y7, 1810. Democratic Candidate KOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JN.:A.(iAMULK or lycomixo cot my : $y- The Fourth came oil' in lino ttyle. Tin' celctualmn was licit and satisfactory Addresses were delivered by Mcssri. Weaver, ami llui ka le. The b'antatin enlivened the exercises. There win a l'ic Nic, on the banks til' Kidiing creek. A Fourth of July Parly at the Exchange, and an Ira cream Parly at the American House All wa bustle and enjoyment. (JrJ- The next regular meeting nf the Commis sioners and Treasurer, of Columbia county, will be held at tbuir office in Eloonubutg, on Friday, the 20th of July. Major (iciicraK The Military elections for Major Cmnerals over the respective divisiunn, in pursuance of the revi sed Militia Law,washeld on Monday, the 2d in!., by tho Cominisioned Volunteer nlficers of this Commonwealth. We ahould think the New or ganization wilt work admirably. The following persona have been promoted in their respective Divisions, First Gen. Roh...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1849

Agricultural. ),' v bloat the Fmimkh's simple life ! l,v purn ilio yy it yield.. ? Y.: from th.i world'. oniiesl.Mi..trif, 'ini.l tho tic:io.l Eotrtst. Practical fr'arming. I,r.v g'Mieril. vol ;i!)uril i tho notion tint practical I'.mnimj means, and in, the r.w :'i and" liuiililu Application of manual I.Ji.ir l i tiiu foil : ami waking at fl o'clock DOCTOR ALON'.O I,. CRESLER, 1ESPFCTFULLY offers his Proftssional i Sri via to the citizens of I'.jpviowii and Hi vicinity. Doctor Crcxlcr, can be consulted nt the residence of Juhi Khkm.i n,ia Espytow.i, except when proles, iimally absent. Kspviown, May 12, lvl'.). 3ino' SWART, it MESSENGER, At the Lloomsburg Look Store, TTAYK Juit received and offer for sale a largo .IX aauiiinn tu iiHir Inriiur ftock, anion, wmui tiuy I).? found Frost's, TjvIiu's, Gui.-i i.t,''n anil Russell's history nl llitj lulled Slaim:' ! i:i t!u' morning In feed the cows and clean history nl Wyoming, Goldsmith's. .V Ack- ,i, i,,,,.m, i , ,i, , c . i inuaii's N il...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1849

Agricultural. li ,v btuat the Fmimch's simple life ! )ow pure the J".v it yields ? Vm- from lhi world's tomnPHiiiiH Hlrif", V.o.','mil tti') a.-o:ito.l llnliU.-rtVffrf. Practical Pariniujj. How giMUTil, yet abur.l id thn notion tlut practical r.inniiijj means, ami is, the i.t x'i and ' lumMo Application of manual I.di.ir M the soil : and waking at 0 o'clock I i i:i i!u morning to feed tlio cows and clean the 'iii ' pen. In those days when science Vai herself eoiilined to schools, its applica tion could not be made to farming, and with- DOCTOR ALONZO I.. CRESLER, IESPFCTFCLLY offers hit Prof, ssimi.il j SuvUxx to tU' citizens tit' l'.ipytowii and Hi if inity. IOf lr (Vf.lf), cuii hi rnnsultcd lit the resilience nl' John Krim,i n,in Eapytow.i, cxci-jit when professionally ilstnt. Kspyinwn, May 12, lvl'.t. 3mo SWART. & MESSENGER, At the Dloomsburg Look Store, TTAVE Jmt received ami offer for alo a largo .1. JL "fiiiuiiii to iiu'ir luriHir stock, anion CONFECTIONARY k TOY STORE. ril...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1849

nni.. -. a. I v 33V levT'lTtate. 5 BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA ORIGINAL. 11 L CI I'M UPON EX-rilESIDKNT POLK : DELIVERED AT THE COURT-HOUSE, ELOOMSBl'RO, JULY FOURTH, 1819. lty Char Its ll.tiuclonhcu)' Ladies and Gentj.emkn : A question of the highest importance to 'the peoplo of this Union, is this : How slmll civil liberty be poipeiuated 1 Other govern ments have become corrupt; have been ty ranical ; and amid the execrations of man kind have sunk into ignoble sloth or rushed into a career of crime the precurser of decay or subjugation. How shall we escape their fate ? Undoubtedly by avoiding the errors that misled, and the vices that corrupted them, , Burihis answer does not indicate the path to bo pursued with sufficient clearness for the wants' of the multitude'. Instruction must go further than to denounce the evil to be avoided ; it must inculcate the good to be pursued. Hence those alone are true teach ers who point out to us directly the objects to be pursued and the means of atta...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1849

J im rut, na.ih a that under which wo live ,v if t.ie amenta of thn government do in" the collectors and those of the loeU. and the officer! and penalty of ex. i.-ir subord.iiate on our oilier public .o:Ki to perform their ordinary duties on i Lord h day, they will thus exclude all ;. - nvI.o wibhrjiiseieftiiously to observe .-, K ,Kh:ii, fmm miMic rmployment. An ; mus mononlv ti thin established, and i. I nfmililin emolovtncnt are . . tlio inward of a disregard of tho laws . , .1 i nf din ..nminnnwcaltn. i i.,iiu 1111 j la addition to this the violators of these .vmrafumiBhca with facilities in but by usinS the Sabbath-day which rlrrs cannot enjoy, because that by rea ,.r. of existing usages, they are subjec; detentions, and loaes bocaue opera" on tho Sahbatninol only facilita .1, ,n of tiie m.'s transgression of the law, ftmiiiTh indirect' v rewards it. c b-lievo that the men and the beabts v. -hich enjoy the rest of the Sabbath would jM r'.'.nm more labor than those who employ th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1849

lS)(Srai(BKS SATURDAY, JULY Ml, 1819. Xkniotr.-ttic Caniiitlalc , FOR. CANAL COMMISSIONER, j JN.: A. GAMBLE,! Of lYCOMINQ COCS1V '. The World as it Miivcu. . Th June number of thi woik. now on our' Uask.iia very valuable periodical, ll in itot- ! ten up, neatly covered aud handsomely embrlish- j i. The lithographic miniature portuit, of Capt. Sir John tVunklin, Commander of tho Arctic Ex-1 fisdition in tl.s Polar Seas, in creditable artUi- 'tical etTuit and a oruviient t" tho Miguins j (JThe"New York Globe" comn nut in (r iii ftfw juit, ii'idoi tli t i tin tit' the "Lilobe nd Uuiii-crativ- U'Hwii ," C'tutainingaii addresn iininoruus. 1 mgned by mnberii of both braivclit-j ot tlie Deuiot-Mtic Pany. Thil, w liope, ik tin Iralbin ' jtir of tjtter thinjH The mx-at iinrciiva Par t, ot the naiioii will aain come up 111 ll'r "d wor' ihuuldt-r to ilwuldor foi lha prvspdity ol their country. ' OThu Democratic Slate Convention held at Portland, Maine, on the SSlh, nelcctf d Mr. John Ilubbsrd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1849

Agricultural. life '. H w it Meld 1 . lit t A'ltl'l t .1 I 11 1 111 V'l nn I',, ,-. 'im I thu i IHI.OW ttm - ,; . 1 u,r' i.,., hoe.n nocureu mir." , .i .i. ..riiw nave Tiiarrt ;vr uui v,.- ... r,... nnPfAllU m -- . .1 . ... ,,l 1 TI'IU'J it of Alarm w"' WlVrt Uiu i e- , l1.irve8ti'"" m(,roUl'"oui.,peruai. one yet vciy few y,,U11 n,u" I'Wo cradle ana H j, roiWiloiTil pw't' reason. But there wluHmto'1 w'm jiieloml t.) be expert iViiiiisn, who know comparatively noth ing of its theory or practice. To get over the ground -t. keep up' " Hat lhcy t udcavor to tl ; often leaving as much praiu uncut as they cut.auJ lluis losing to n,,.,i!,ivnrs piKiu.rh to nav the wajjes t in. ii v un""; " ' "O ! w of a day. To reap or cradle well, is an art that cannot be acquired without long am liiborous ffTort; and there are notne men who never acquire Hkill in the bttsines, and 'who had better be kept to the fork and rake. h is always well, cspceiiUy for new bc ginera, to commence moderately, and not o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1849

7K it' jf!n.,ui.uiiiniuiiiii'tiii-iitiiiiwtM- J . I- A i ? I mi. E.i! Li i; p. j i -j : ri IT IL.I Wi j I tJ H-l A A V la SI I I H . LI CI i i jv r i i i tjf 1 1 i u v vi v t r.ttn i v.1 ft i n ; It I B!T LEVI L. TATE. 5 ''Government i l!ic foist which gown: least." I (a 3 iwi ig a if .' . BL0PN6BU.RG, COLUMBIA CO., SAtSrdTjUE tflcomeb nr g : SATURDAY, JULY 21,1840. KuR.THK CoLU.XlDIA DkiMOCRAI'. Tlit' Indian Flower The shadows of twilight, i Ste.il over the ky, ' And the star of the evening Hj risen mi high : The tweet breathing fljwerj Are seeking repote, And the dew drops moisten t Their leave as they close. , The fragrance they scattered Around thorn all day, In the chill of the night breeze II as melted away ; Like the friends of life's sunshine, ' Whose falsehood igfound, When the clouds of affliction Are githcring round. But one is still left us, Now blooming alone Whose perfume is richer Than all that are gone. It rises from slumber, Its sweetness to shed, When each child of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1849

I U 1 o o m ? b u r q : SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1819. Drrnocralic Candidate FOR CAN Ad COMMISSIONER, JNo: A. GAMBLE, OF LYCOM1NO COUNTY I Cholera ICcporH. We have carefully compiled from our Phila delphia exchanges, the Times and Pennsylvanian, the subjoined statement of tlie ravage of the Asi- lie Cho! era, in that City, since the publication J the last Culumbu Democrat ; Casct, Death. 2fi 3') Id 21 31 24 IS Friday, July 13, IS tO. ud iirrlay, 14 Sunday, 3 Monday, W Tuesday, 17 'elti siIdv, IS Thursday," '.9 fO SI At 39 73 Cil 412 103 A. Tcur fi the Country. Many great men have noted their adventures in life, either to their own confusion or the edifica tion of the public, and wo know of no good rea-f-n why wo should not emulate their example, I oldincouisclves respontible before thesametribu r.al for the attendant consequence. Lest week we paid a visit to While Hall. Passing the exten tive Ore rainci in Hemlock, where there are hea vy and active mining operations going on, we were noon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1849

goliunbin tJcmocrat. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. SATURDAY MORN..JULY 21, 1849. Our Tabic SaafAifi'i Maoaxinc, foi August, edited by Mn. Kirkland, and professor Hart, is a capital Dumber. "Tl Independent Voter" is to our no tion an excellent engraving and tells a good atory. Theobald Xilheic, ia alao well done. He ia quite fint looking nun. We hope tlie people wont toady him to death. Tlit rest we dont much ad mire. Sartti ia always a Tory readable Maga line. We have received Sear New Pictorial Family Magazine, for January 1849, being No. 1. Vol. 1. One dollar in advance. It contains 50 oi 60 pages of interesting reading matter. It is published by Robert Sears, 128, Nassau St., New York. We have also received according to arrangement "SEARS PICTORIAL FAMILY BIBLE," got lip in ezcellent style, containing Mai inal rsferen ess, weights, measures, chronology and a Map of Palestine, alto uno thousand ngiaviag Pike oaly six dollars. .' 53-O11 last Thursday night.sorne person orf er gons unknown,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1849

Agricultural. Jii A' blest tho Farmer' simple life! II i'v .puru thu pry it yields? IV i", ) :i I'll aoiIJ's teinpvj'.ou strife-, F. tn,M pad li. .!. Knerwf. Wniict tor iha U'fuuittowit Telegraph. , rhs Vjj.mt JYmou Jt'rtiiMfr. YVamiinotov was anlrn'ly attached to nrufiflture.aiiJ its improvement was ever M'irli'liitn.urt olji'ci of permanent regard. 'Yiniith can boast of few sous to whose , c.'l'jru fler njrrieuhurfi has been more tfig n.l!y i.iJebleJ ; few who have assisted in iMmj;ia:,' its interests to greater extent, tirvvi'.h the numfeslatiou of more anient ti:J i,atrnizi!i!J zeal. '"'i'hu following bccouiU of his farming operations will serve to exhibit the "Path .i.hqv ins ConNTRv"-tho man "fust in ...... it w mul fust in tho hearts nni utai in pvv i .of his countrymen," i l'is lru0 lig'u' The farm rf (.mi. Washington, at Mount Ver non, consisttd of ten thousand acres in cue ho ly equal to about fifteen square rules', 'it was dimlcd into farms of con venient sua at the dista...

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

TWT I VI ! II i ll i t m wm. ittiv.'-.ff- ...v- t v r -wv ni ner s a v vim a aw j f i ai j . a aft. V JLL oL-X Ji--i- Ai. swsiB -u vVJLUii W J. J "That Gorernmcnt i the best which govern least." ijt ur ted jjtd vu it LI SUED LEVri. TATE. I GET it r. FOR THE COLl'MBU DEMOCRAT. 'The following sublime ode lo the Su preme Being," "is translated from the Kussian. It wa written by one of their distinguished poeta, Derzhav'uv The ode is said to have been translated into the -Chinese and Tartar languages, written on ailk, and Fuspended in the impend pala xes at Ptkin. The emperor of Japan had it translated into Japanese, embroidered in gold, and hung up in the temple of Jed do." God. K), thoU Eternal One I whoe presence bright, All space doth uccupy-all motion guide Unchanged thruugh time's all-devasting light, Thou only God! There is none beside. Being above all beings I mighty one 1 Whom none can comprehend .and none exploie; Embracing all supporting ruling o'er- Being .whom we call God-a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 July 1849

mil MM A VJi.JJLJJLX AL "That Government I the best which govern least." PRIXTEO JJTD PVHLISUED) BIT LEVI L. TATE. FOR THK COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. .in. rit.iwimr niihlime ode to the Su preme Being," "ia translated from the i. it was wriitnu bv one of their distinguished poets, Derzhavvv I he ode is said to have been translated into the -Chinese nnd Tartar languages, written on eilk, na euspenuea in uuc ipcr.. it translated into Japanese, embroidered m nl.i nf l(il. gniu, anu nung upu ui . do." Cod. 0, thou Elernal One I hoe presence bright, All upaca doth occupy-all motion guide Unchanged through tiuie'ii aU-devating flight. Thou only God I There it none bt-side. Being bove nil beings I mighty one ! Whom none can comprehend, and none explore; Embracing all lupporting ruling o'er Being .whom we call God-and know no more ! In itiiublime reserch, philosophy May measure out the ocean deep may count The sands, or the suns rays-but God ! for thee There i, no weight wor measure j none can mount...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 July 1849

jDnaii)iSOTn Ul-oomob urg: "svitrhay, Jn.Y i8,M9. Democratic Candidate KOU CANAL COMMISSIONER J N: A. GAMBLE, or iatomiso roi'MY : JL'ict7foM ofJIajor General. Tmk followin; is the result, so for an we have boon able tu get the retains, of the Fxkctiom ok Major Gknkral, for their respective Divisions, oh tho 2 1 of July, by the Commissioned OiuYers of the Pennsylvania Volunteers 1. Rohkut lATti:nsos. City and Coun ty of Philadelphia. 2. Chas. II. Maitiuwvs. IJucks, Mont gomery ami Delaware. 3. (ikouuu Ford. Chester and Lancas ter. 4. Jabcob S. Stavile. York and Ad a ins. 5. Wm, 11. Keim. Danpliiu, Lebanon and Berks. C. FiiANcts M. Wynkoop. Schuylkill, Carbon and Monioe. 7. Cosrad Shihbk. Northampton.Pike end Lehith. 8. Wm, 11. Kase. Northumberland and ' ITninn. t). K. W. Sri'RDF.vAST. Columbia, Lu zerne and Wyoming:. tO. . Susquehanna and Wavne. 11. AViu.iah Brixdlb. -Lycoming, Clin ton and rotter. 12. Si'.th Clover. McKcan, Elk, For island Clarion. 13. Wm. E. liARioN. Sullivan, Bra...

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