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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 September 1849

I KVI L. TATE, EDITOR. " SATURDAY MORN., SEPT. 22.1849. Appointment by the Postmaster General. John M. Shu.uow, 1.i !. Poimali r at Jfrr-y-.mii, In th pl.ice ol Jiichutd f)uit, Esq , re. Mi. Sheldon, the prcm-nt incumbent, in i Whig, nJ hence, time u no redemption for our f'rivnd FaviT, but tince a change had to be made, we congratulate the people of Ihalivctinn, on the lelection of Mr. 8., a a he in a very eti. mMo young gentleman and will make an unex ceptionable officer. Luzerne County Nomination. We learn verbally from Luxerue, that at their Demociatic County Cunveotion, on Tuesday lust, the following noniinationawere made : Asseinby Join, N. Conyngham, Antln w Beau mont. Prothonotary Samuel Ilodgdnn. Clerk of the Court Samuel McCaragher. Treasurer Hateman Downing. Mmmc Election. The election jut held in the State ot Maine., h:n resulted in the election of Dr. Hubbard, a Democratic Governor, by a handsome majority of the people. LnM year Guv. Dana lacked about 150" ol a choice, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 September 1849

Agricultural. T'lm.r'hti on Agneulture. That the ay it'.-iu of i'lrming geneially jiiii'suo! ia Mus country, is usficnlible of greut im jno .cmfiiti will i)t be Jcniod by any man v( cimmoii iiitolliyoncfi. Agriculture is f.,r bf)Miul must other ails ami scutticcs at t'u! present .lay .ami Low thin is no wo aro at to conceive, biiicc it is the source from vhidi all daws uiul (Hiilcssioiin must ile. rivo their support. The fanner is truly the "bou j ami sinew" of the roinmunity ; his o-o ruti.ui, if pursui'J with energy and sMl', ,;iv.-i lil's an 1 nvnii:i to all other do p at-ii -H' ' of industry. Sccino;, then, that :i,'!unl'.i.-e in the master wIipcI of our whole political machinery the found i l;on and supp rl of our weulih and pros pciity how is litis, that the occupation of tho fanner has coin.? to be looked upon by man as a dejradin, or less honorable than the "proles liong," or even the mechanical jiur.-mi'a ? This i a common and hurtful error anion;; farmers inducing them to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1849

That (-lox iiiisK "t h the bint which soym-iik leant." BY LBVX"lT TATE. 5 P 0 E T H Y . tTT Webster's omission in his Diction ary of the v id the word Saviour, gave rise to the following beautiful Emprotiii'tu. Oil, by the sweetest tie t'er given To bind the long lost soul to Heaven, liv the eternal power, which leads The spii it tn the Cross it needs, The Holy Word, spare, critic, spare, Nor much ou jot, one liltle there. Il in the loudest, dearest name That erer woke the minstrel' fame : No music, since the world began, ' E'er ipoke like this to ruined man ;' Through the dark valley of the dead, Its echo tells where angels tread. Though from our classic temples torn, Time honored relics we may mourn ; Though, round Cathedral walls thy hand Lets not one Ivy -tendril stand, Yet this great name should ret forever, Unmarr'd unchang'd oh ! touch it never. Dearer than life aurpasing tvord ! In those serint hymns, first heard, When Angels left their native fkie, Wilh golden harps from Pa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1849

olumlrin Scmorrat. LEVI r.. TATK. EDITOR. Uloumsburq: SATURDAY, OCT. C, 1840. Democratic Candidates FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JNo: A. GAMBLE, OF LYCOMl.VO COUNTY : Columbia County VomlnaCloHg. ASSEJIDLY, John IMcUeynolds- SlIKRIFF, Fotcr Billmcycn Treasurer, Amandus Levers Commissioner, Joseph 'iTcttcr. CdKONER. Andraw Frcas Auditor, Samuel Johnson. Editorial Circular We intended two week! ago, and have been deprived I lie opportunity, until now, of paying our respects to tha Patrons of the Columbia Democrat ! The remark we design nuking must nuw be brief. Spare and (into with us are precious. Over two and a half years hive expired since we assumed the proprietorship of this Demo crat. When we purchased it of the Ute Col. Webb, iti weekly circulation consisted of fourteen quires, aud it is now our good fortune to see that edition increased to thirty one quires more than doubled, with a corresponding increase of adver ting and jobbing patronage. In khort, our busi ness was never equal ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1849

it i. o o ax ii it u (v- UTUHUVY MO UN., OCT. 6, 1819 fss- - IVui ili Ilumh Canal. Wedirect attuntiori wiih profound satinfaction .r inlh., .dveiliscuionl of Mr. tur:R, in snuth minium lor the letting on ihe N-nh Branch Ci ... . . T . . . I. fc. b .... . 1 lul It will tiKn place i niiiKii iiiuuin en ah ,.;n rii,... tnle-in. lhal l.th o November. All will rejoice tolearn,in.u this (treat STATE IM PKOVEMENT, as such, ia to ba iiWfFieiirt,.y rwiniii and sp-mjily C'IMPLKtkd. They w ill niorcovi-r bo gunned to observe that its conduct and management has been signed to an Engineer of such acknowl edged competency and knowi. experience and thorough business .lualilicaliuns, a,-hy common cunsent.-aiUeh to William I). Fosrm, jr. We also notice with pleasure, that Mr. has appointed Mathmv A. Gmhh:, Esq, (the younKor brother of John .1. ii ambit , our d.u.o crs ic nominee for Canal Co nitus-iuiier,) First Assistant Engineer. This appointment w ill give general satisfaction. Mr. 0 , pos.K-sca a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1849

Agricultural. II iw blest the FarmkhV itiuiptu lite ! Hiw pure tliti iy it yield? Far from tho world.' UmiiiiahIoim itrifn, Viae, 'mill tlio opmI.),1 holds Eetmt. A 51 .cultural I'air. The Weekly North American Firmer, jnya Wo are plfasod in notice tho oslab liHhment of Agru-ultuiMl Societies and As-eoci'-itioiti a various prts of our great Union. There is nothing more conducive, 3 tho advancement of our first and grrat interest, than a friendly harmony .nil union of the farmers in every locality. While every interest has its societies, pro tective asFSCciations.ite., tho farniers,lan ters and producers, consisting and repre senting the foundation of all other avoca tions.have been too long neglected.or rather have neglected themselves. Let associa tions be at once fronted in evory township and county in the United States, and let the world know, that without a successful jiTricultural community, no country can thrive. Long live the honest tiller of the soil ! .FIRMING IN THE VIRGIN...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1849

II J L V II V II W 'aWsVY "Thai UoviTiimt'iit i llicltc! which xoYrru lea viuxTKU ,j.r r rii in 1:11) J3Y LEVI L. TATE. -I Prom the Schciiilt'ellow. The Captain' Child. A BALLAD. nV MRS. CAROMNK litl.MAV A Captain' 'hild Anna Glen, A Mother dear had she, And in a city fair they dwelt, An happy as could b. Oh many a time I've seen them sit Beside their winter hearth. With cheerful blaze, and hire trim'd lamp, And gentle times of mirth. Along the mantle-piece were ranged Bright shells of itlnsy hue, And sea-weed with it netted gauze And blushing coral too. And in the centre slued a ship, With tiny sails all furled ; And streaming there our stripes and s'ars, Vhe glory id the world ! Kesidu her mother, Anna sit, Her sewing iu her hand, And heard hr tell from hour to hour Of many a distant land. And nights her husband oft had seen Of wild and savage men : For a great man that Captain was To her and Anna Uleu. Anna some sewing had begun Her lather to surprise. And oft the fme-st itch'p w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1849

Columbia iUcmocrat. LEVI L. TATR, KDITOK. U I o o m s U n v g : SATURDAY MORN., OUT. 13. 1849. V. B. PALMER, corner of Third nd Chest Hut Street, is an authorized agent lur the CuLUM hiv Dkmocrat, in Philadelphia. tjl'he Autumnal Meeting of the Nor U'.ern Convocation of t lie I'rotesiant Ljjuco.uI Church, in the Diuei's of Peiinnylva mu, will he held next wek in iSt.l'jul'ii Church, Uloomsburg. Convocation to meet ou Tuenday, the lOlii n.it. V-iu until Will litur lioiu ua ucxt tteeu. John IdcIlcynoldS) Esq. This gentleman, it will he seen by the Election Return! in another column, has been (Jtlu.ited for the, Legislature. His defeat was accomplished by the defection of certain domocruls in tlie re moval district! vf Columbia county, who un suspectingly, although against our strong remon strance, played into the hand of that notorious and perlideous vcamp, "Valentine lk'st, the Sen ator of violated I'ledges,"and his associate in the lower section of the county, and who no have the sa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1849

life. SATURDAY MGR., OCT. 13, 1810. Potatoes I I'otatoci! ! Mr. S A. firmly. the Proprietor of the K chang Hotel, yelerd) leceneun pieseiil from Mr. Cileb tUitou, J.,uf 5 Potaioc. which weigh ed 3fJ lbs. ffrJ-TiuConN Cr. v.Tit Mig islown Wedge ikvi j Many of I ho larnien in thin region art- very giecably lurprised to find that the corn cropt aie much belter than ihey txpected, considering the jjieil dryness of the neasoii. 5-5- Lom. SsNrrsut -The tmgro retry Gc.l convicted iu Kent county, (Md.,) court, of murder in the cond degree, in killing negro Jaka Caulk, wai sentenced on Friday 21st ult I id be confined in the penitentiary 14 yearn and 10 I months, fjch "What's the state ol moral in your dis llrict." aaiJ a long Uced reformer to a farmer, L ha recently visited town. "Pretty good," replied th fanner ; "every h-idy sectns disposed to mind 14 in own besiue- ill ourpirts." I (t The Mt tire at Owcgo.on the 27th ult., (iLiiu)ed the printing office of the ()ego Mver thrr and the Oego...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1849

oil tllO . . nin. .nvile at 1 J .avs. en Sell. Haven 2, T7 ' J'urt Clinlun 3,110 " leading H'.'mj " Potlxtown A, in " rhicnixviile ii.mj , Arrives :il State JM .I.Ttii i will stop only at the a I'lissengers fur other points I lie Morning Line ,i(tinir. corner of Chestnut and i. lisMii'ri cannot enter the . irviileil v. ith Tiriiots. , iTICK Kilty pound of baicgn".'1 will lie .(ill'i each luisstnger in these lini'h; am! ..rtister" are rJCirf.-wly prohibited from takini: l.iv t'li"'.' a li.iaine hut their wearing apparrel, vliieli v ill lie M tlie risk of its owner. julrei;lit w.U tie taken hy 1hee linei. flv ruder of iho Board of Manner. S. lIRAuKURD.Ser'r-. Mav 7, NOTICE, flUF. state of my health, which, after more j Irian a years' abstinence from much profes sional labor, is still very imperfect, renders it ab fot'itelv necessary that I should settle up tny a! urs here. I reiplest, therefore, that all who ! now themselves to be indebted to me, would come; iMMf.niATKi.v a id pay me,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 October 1849

"TT JJL "Thai (;o( i nniint i the let which Krn Ieat. V V V II II J J JLJ I'llUTEl) I.VII piJULISHtin BIT LEVI L. TATE. Jtofu G'em.-We find the NLjoiud beautilul nd touchimj itanxw in a Ue Fennsylvanian. They .re from the prolific p f oUr M,"'fd democratic triend, L. Elliot, Ksq , lt tlie Pittibiwg Morning P.l, now associate W'tr ' the Philadelphia l'ennsilvanian. Mr. F.., ,s "le Sonin-La" ol V,n. RohUm, Vp, of thin place nil Mine production refrm to that relation, it ii,ay be presumed they will be perused with Ken eral interest by the numerous friends of that L- dyinBlooinslmis-W''''-('u From the Pi-nnsyivanian To My uifr. ON THC ANNmCRS OK OUR WEDDING. I'm thinking of the time, Jane; the time when first we liml ; , nu i i ,..n When thou wert not mine own,Janc,-un . lean When rtherSMwere prais'd, Jane ; when other hands were uiesa'd : But then those hands and eye, Jane, could ne er have made me idess'd. And I think upon thy smile, Jane j and the soft Klance of thine eye ; . And the...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 October 1849

Columbia democrat, lkvi i.. r in:, kim run. Ulcionu!) ur g: SATURDAY MORN., OCT. 20. 1849. V. U. PALMIU, corner of Third ncU:hii nnt St.; it, is u aiillini'iz d men! lor tliu Colum ui a. l :i u'u vr.iu Philadelphia. AN APPRENTICE TO TI1K PRIN TING BUSINESS IS WANTED UI MEDIATELY AT THIS OF FICE. s ii r.i'K .w o. vr.vcr r. A vory larga majority of the Collectors appoin te.l indifferent pirn ofth Stale, to receive con tributions towards the Skunk Mounmknt, have not nude any return ol'tlie paper sent them. It is therefore hereby decircd, 'hat all such lit should bo returned on or bclore the is! day of Jmuary, text D. FRV. Chairman Ex. Committee. t'J- Tapers fiienlly, wiil ple.ii'i copy. ADJOURNED MILITARY MEETING. The young men of Rlnoinsbnr and itj vicinity, tavorable to the organizition of a Voi.umukr Company, are rcpus ted to meet in a.ljourned meeting in the Court House, nt I lie ringing oflhe Hill nu Moudav evening the 22d of Octo ber. Many Soldier). To Anns! To Ann!! Soldiers! yo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 October 1849

I MA II 111 K On U IV h int.i by l Kv.n. S.Tobian, Mr JalfH AllUHKL, and Mist Phk. IIkim (CM,Mhf Montour towmihiii, Columbia co. On M lith uU,. in Ctoarfiul I county, by the Kf.JRj Morri.Mr. Tii.h C. lAvu,nd I)li:i: Atp ttNoble, nmi lll'otnsburfj!, on the 15th jll(l i,0int 8t of William Culmnan, aed a bout i n-'ilb". Ai F.vJ"f " nifi.inc ro., qhio.oti the HiiVif .'ut !', Mr.SMU?.'L M. TUCKS TON. K1' ahoul 3.i ji-art. r Mr. 1 UR9TON, moved from MuuiitileattRiil Mnihip n thiacouit), M irinn,irnl ahortly tlr hi-,r'VHl in Ohio, wat aummoiied lo hit eternal 1 " LIST "I' CAUSKS. FOIt TRIAL AT niENOVEMUKR lEU.U, 1810. , 1 John im. Catharine Boar. 2 Bonfc'H K. Gearlurt v John S Dye. .'( Vb."'li Cro.hy vi Ralph K Carpenter. 4 JohiCiirntojilue v Jneph Jones, t't al. 5 H: M iilniiierv "X, v W.n;iiei' tx. C Hie-wi WilW Kx v J.ihi Sawyer. 1 VAvini L Pip" v John Baity. (j Eljiai H Sieiler vs Samuel Metier. g Hirv uVtiiian vn No.ili S Promi. JU Wm.Vuniiinhin v Klislia Kvcrit et al 1 1 Jotm Klin v-...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 October 1849

Agricultural. How blunt tho Kahmkk'ii itiinuli life ' How puru tlm l''v it yield ' Far from tlm wji j' tn.n"'xt.nu n'vifc, Kreo, 'mill tho aivntnl u.U.-Krret. The Yeoman. The man It" kUiii! upon own Moil , vhol'erU thiitl'v the liwsof tho land in which lir live.i--ly tin' Uws ofciviluetl n;ttions ho is tho rightful auJ cxdmivn owner of the Uml which ho tilln, is, by tho constitution of our nature, under a whole eome influence iut ctinily iiiibibcd from any other source. lie feels, other things being equal more iitrongly than another, the character o fman, as the lonl of the inanimate world. Of this great and wonderful spere which, f.i;.hioned by the hand of Cod, and upheld by htH power, id rolling trough the heaven' ,1 portion is his , -his from the centre to the sky. It is the space on which the generation before him moved in its round of duticd ; and he feels himself connected by a visible link, with those who preced ed him, c he is also, to those who will follow him, and to whom ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 November 1849

J ' rf . u j 1 i ll ll ' " "That Government i the best which govern least." BIT LEVI L. TATE. P 0 E T It Y . fur the Columbia Dtmuciat. Hniiti?. Harkee ! Tom, the birds are tinging, See (he huh peeps o'n the hill, II around its brinht rays flinging, While we sweetly lumber still. Yes, pleasant, ,ne "10"ing When throughout the sullry night, Fleas, giia's, bed bugs, round we re swarming, To steal an huur from bur aud bite. Hut, dear Tom, we must be hurrying, Breakf.it oVr, away we run, And the new mown grass stirring, Mike the hy while shines lh sun. O'erand o'er the light gis turning, if both in playful mood j While b"ve, the sun is burning And iti heal i scarce withstood. And there stands the old oak tree, Tom, Casting round its grateful shade; T whose spring, how often we, Tom, Have a joyful errand made. Then at evening, home returning, Each gallants a chosen maid ; With his bosom inly burning, And his silent love repaid. By the clasped hand's gentle pressure By the silent, gentle ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 November 1849

i i Li:vi l. tati:, kiutor. uxonaxHiT7iL(;. SATURDAY MUR., NOV. 8, 1849. To our Subscribers- Mmy purlin who Uke the Columbia Demo crat, are ni in debt to i for one, two, or three ye.m. t.).l w wiut tha p,ly, where we ire com pulled to employ iinents, officer, or travel our mires, to mika collection, tho extra cliargn ot McnU per year, according to our published term., will b alloj to cover expend. Those who will com-? forward tliemelve,.or send the runny, b.-lore or at tho comin; Court, will have a claim to tlu remission, of at 1oiit part of the ex tu cliargo. Every ubscriber indebted will favor ui by considering thin notice as particularly in tended (or himself. Also Th.ne indebted for Job-work, adverti sing, etc , will please make. imineilintH pavment. 0- This notice will bo continued until the -C urt and in not intended to apply in any way to OUr PAVING PATSOXs. . irfHl Flood and Loss or Lire. AVe lenrn from the Luzerne Democrat, "that on Monday last, a dam on Hickory Kun coverin...

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

Columbia democrat. UIojiu jb nr g; STURI)Y MORN., NOV. 3, 1810. j V U PM.vUlt, cornet nf Third .ndChesi. nut Sir.il,U4.i -tir ii... iv. -.1 -'"t lortheCoi.i'M. s ,i Duvt'wuvr.i.. PjMlphia. ANnrENffcTw TllK PKIX JfTlN'G BUSINESS is WANTED I IMMEDIATELY AT T"IS OF- I 4VlCE. r7iT.-P.-m Bat v Bit. Esq.. nd uito, arrived iu BWnisburg, ou Thursday, proparat-rvtoassun.imrtl.fl duties oi Ins ..office u High Sheriff uf Columbia county I Deferred AetielZM W? P - .... .;ii h. found mw admirable ar- which bavin,, been written and selco . m.y.t H.iuimeucverthe.aiu.e.rahttle out of place. S;U otKt-i. Esiatc. W invite lhetlemio.ircV"irt 10 ,,,e rioUs estate otbred tor sal through the Colum bia D.wrat. Some oil hetn comprise very de We roal .le. valual.l- liome.tead.- A ; f,.w of which we enumerate :- ,, .,. ,r,IL.a.us in Montour l-wo- ; saip, to be sold by B. Lrtirw, Adm'r.,ou b.iui I.e. the HJih ol November. ! v Ml..., Leonard JUpert, being t so vcty i ..I ..1.1. Plantations, in M"'"ur l""klll!' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 November 1849

Agricultural. H blest the Farmkr'h itiitiple lift) I liny pur tha joy it yield". l-V from the world' tempestim strife, Fn'o, 'mid the icentej fields. Even-it, The Harvest Sons. Heip high the farmer', wintry boiril ! 1 leap high the golden com ! No richer gill hai nutunin poured From out her lavinh horn ! Lot cither land' exulting glean The tuple from tho pine. The orange from the glosiy green, The cluster from the Tine. We better love the hardy gilt Our rugged valet bestow, To cheer up when the iitnrm shall drift Our haivi'it fields with mow. When spring time came with A 'wer and bud And grumes gtcea and young, And merry Roblinkj, in the wood. Like mad musicians lung. AVe dropped the ed o'er hill and plain, Beneath, the sun of May, And fnii hlcned from our aprouting e'aio The iobbr erowe away. AW through the long, bright day of June; In leaves grew green and fair, And waved in lint midsummer1 a noon IU 10ft and yellow hair. And now with autumn'a moonlit eyes, Its harvest lime has ro...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1849

u i- k j ! . - !imim!i . . w g "That Government is tlicbct which govern le:it." fniJTTEU .f.l'I I'UIILISIILn BY LEVI L. TATE. POETRY. The Teacher's Office. "Take hetd that thou drtpire not one oj thnc lillle onei." Desirest lh-u tearher's work ? Ask wisdom from above. It is a work ot toil and care, of patience and of love. Ask for an understanding heart, to rute in gnrlly fear The feeble flock r which tin Lord hath made overseer. Ala ! thou mrely mayest expect suuie evils to en dure, E'en children's faulta ar hard to bear, and harder still to rure. They may be wilful, proud, pcrvese; in temper unsubdued In mind obtuse and ignorant in manner coarse and rude. Thou uvay'st contend with fcluggiih minds, sad weary, and depressed To trace the windings of deceit, in many a youth ful breast, Yet scorn them not, remomber Him, who loved his lambs t feed. Who never quenched the smoking flax, nor broke the bruised reed; Who for the thankless and the vile, poured out his precious blood Who makes...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1849

Columbia Democrat. 'LKVlL.TATK,Klrrott. STURIAY. MUR., NOV. 10, 1319. VI, .ti. t,.i crl' trt,wwiinlflblt.i.Hf1rme. two, or three ,er,.,J'th',--f- Where we are com- . .. -.1: ..... nr tr:lVl OUr- nelled t.mliy "" ran,, who Uke Ihn Columbia IVmo- Jtr. IturhananlHlht Wist. Some lima since, we noticed in our paper, that the Hon. Jamm Huciiahan, wa about to visit a near relation of his, in western I'etin ... !.,..; 1 1. dm mosecution of that jaunt, he MiivoJ al rui.buiK a lew day aiin. Win recep tion there most enthusiastic; and we are free to say, Ihe democracy could not honor a more worthy mi. The Union in not yet done with Buchanan. She ha in reserve lor him, yet higher honors. ' We copy from the Pittsburg Post, of Nov. 3d, (he remarks of Col. MsCanttln, in welcome of "Pennsylvania's favorite," and also, t lie happy and appropriate reply of Mr. lliuhanan : REMARKS OF COL. M'CANDLKSS. Mn. llii iiM Mv fellow-Democrats who will f"rw',rd l"'in",lveH' "r V" . . ..' 1 imon the inmulse of th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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