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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1849

4 1 I :SOT0 r NOV. 10, 1819, St- ''jjcncirsforthr 14. V. B Palm,.,,! f y V. W. Cam, I'll.idclplllJ i;- (Iki'Ri.i f i v ,,,i'n'rt Democrat. ,i nd Client nul stiects, ! ai .1 Walnut streets, y. 110, Nassau street. Exchange of Ottlttra. JOSEPH YETTER. Esq , Wi4" indii't'l iM, the otTjco of County Cminn mniouer , on TlmrnJay last, a tlui successor of Peti t h'tine, Esq., 0 Pktf.r Ru.i.McfKH, or wwly d't ed Sherifl, will be inaugurated "I""' next s ' ur dar week, before the first day of the NoVi liibcr Court. A very large nnj lr I i ml ill'' rent p.ri tii!)iiihntiird not made v retm Ibercf .re hereby ,, he r.'tunie I on or I rifxt " Join MoR fir Columbia foul 1 1) ali'Wii Mnnni i .......... ...,...:- , (ne ..notion. .'oio- iha Slate, to receive con miunk Mousment, have : the papers tent them. Il is J, that nil such li-ls should ,rr the t ' day of January, P. FRY, fnairman Ex. Committee. , .,n., F.s i , is 'he Collector ,, in whom 1'ilnerintions lor ,1, of gl each, ran be made. Sulliv.ui ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1849

Now3 aridltcms i-Oiiuf Ihe Mioy indite the following to bii ladylove; ; And wlim the reverend lir thall ay, " My ton tuke thou (hit daughter I" I'd iii.wit lu in in fonrlen time, "I ihau'ldo nothiu' ahurter!" "Will you my nn support and nourinh Thin flownr I five to tlief!" I'd give my white kid glovr a flnuriah, And atiswar, "Yes Sir-roe !" fiT Tho Last Operation. A cattle ipec tilator iti driving through Jersey, incorpora ted tho loo cattle of the farmers with his own drove and sold the whole lot, Tho farmcm are after him. A Strike. A meeting of the b'hnyn, in favor of more work nd higher wagM, wn held it the "corner," on Monday evening, Auguat 25, IS ID, w hen it wu unanimously Resolved, That we the b'hoya of New York, -contiidnr the Police of New York a nuisance tlut should be removed. Resolved that we lam the Cubans; eat up the Canadians; sinault the Musijtiiteina, and elect Tom Bi'ar the next president. Resolved, That wo go a;;in the Cholera and Hose Company No. y. Resolved th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 November 1849

t 7 v- vJ "J(cjMr'',i' . - "i.y iLi , , i9XLrri:m f rvttusui:n "That (ioiciwcnU ther! uhit!i soveni lea" . i BIT Li ,L. TATE. -.:v. - -'-v - - " - .' "J I7 , ,r MATT 1 rr 10,(0 V ifiji ''" ' "' n Ei I . liLOOMSBUUG, COLUMBIA COMSAT U hlp ielfTho mothwrlnsB, ? i Theiriciirlin8doV,:"", ' For whoBiki no rich font Tne4A-nli"el'conrel'i' " F.ji l"on 'he-v ' "' tlpoiwh-aFf 1"v ;.,.' gied.intijl'oly ray! ' ge.iile if above them bdnJi .Tosoolli it couch of palii- No roicc v (id a her', essys ! Tocilm J feverish brain. 0, fiber ! y whisper love. ' ' In acoi'ii toft and llli'J 1 . But none ofhu pure m that A inoihwwwi bur f h,1J ? ,.( Jj.lkii of iho rootlwrleM- ' A wear! at U their, ' Andnl'tik hwtrt the gayest seems. A load orro bears. No laithlo voice direct their steps, Of bids ii onward press, . Codtioe motherless ' And Whe rf wnf Md lb ,ral1 Thet4da,,J ,hetrl8d' . ' U,,,ott..!hallcrotbyr.th, ThuuUo-to-twhatthoabad-.tbeea ' 'With rl eve" leSb- , Aod wbjihy "uld vent tel,r,Jac', Thim,f"-y ...

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

A J I. 1 i Columbia E3cmacrat. LEVI 1.. TATE, ElMTOIl. svraitn.vY mor, nov. 17, 1819. A 'twas far Iht Columbia Democrat. Yt-V. ft. PAtMSH.TliirJ and Chestnut street, Philadelphia. f)- E. W. Cabr, TliirJ and Walnut ilrnets, Philadelphia. OJ-GtoRun PaArr, No. 113, Nassau street, New York. WOol. Tate, of tlto Columbia Demo crat, will please consider our beaver louch cd" i.'e(orrf GarrVc. f A id "wju'i any thinir else," Gkn- IRAL. IC7 "To preserve your health, drink -water, and get married early." OJ- Thu "Olive Rrauch," has among i"leavt$" tho foreguinir, which, by the way, w think !i)uldbe among its4o)Hn,a indicutingVuif ? Ti the first part of this proportion, we tnoHt h.'arlily su'ncriba, but are inclined to dispute t ha l I'lnr. Wi d 1 not for.pl th advice of Franklin, n rGjn. Taylor' ixe dixit upon this iitjnrt ; but are oppod to it physiologically, on account both ot the mental and physical development of the offspring. We do not intend to discus the nhjct, but it appeal to us, th...

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

(DIBOTa Uloomob nrg: SSI SATURDAY MORN., NOV, 17, 1849. Spirit of the IV cm llutta ! for Louisiana -The tiewi (rom Lou isiana is ill in favor of the Dimocract, Huzza? "Truth it minhiy, and must prevail. So said General Jackson. Millitarv Eliction. Attn election in the Berks County Brigade on the 4th instant, Rich artlt AtcMicnatl was elected Brigade Itupector, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj. Thou. S. Loeser. appoint mint. E. 5. Qoobrich, E H'). , of f.radlord county, has I teen appointed a clerk in the Surveyor General's office Our Hook Table. Immiurants. Duritifc the month of Octolier, there arrived it New York, IO.W-17 paengert, against 14,904 in October last year. Disappointed One hundred and thirty dia ip pointed Irish iminigraiita.iailedfor home yeaterday from New York. Thc Lni'a Garland, for November, ia be fore u. It contain a capital engraving, "The ' young Deserter," and the reading matter ii good throughout. "Mary Powell," i interesting, and "Bear and Forbe...

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

Icnlural. H,.iv lion id" hmkr' imi)lo Uti.v nn-- i ! joy it yieldi .' IV i. i i in oMi'lii't Icmiii'itniM ptrifc, V 'i', 'mi l I'm) ii'i'lll'il I'n'lih Horrent, . I'U It I i IIIM I it it a i ills. 1. Manure is tlio basis of ngrifulturul prosperity ami Htirccus. 2. Crops tiro always in direct proportion to the m utiiro wliio'i this f.innor uses. 3. Of all manure there us none bo valu alilo and important as stuWc manure ; it agrees best with all kinds uf soil and plants ami modes of culture. 4. Evpii if other more energetic, ma nures be employed, this cannot wholly be dispensed with and thry should be used rather to augment its action than replace it. 5. Those manures are not ia sufficient quantity or so universal as to supercede the use of stable manure and, as a getter al thing, cultivation would bo impossible without the aid of this latter, 0. It is not the largest era which gives the most profit, but that which is the best tilled, and especially the best manured. 7. A small farm w...

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

MM A A I)M10f!lR A TP 11 VI 1 II III vy ii 11 M til vi I ! t nil i n v vi i 11. i 11 a rm.rrKD .i.r rvttListiEi BV LEVI L. TATE. R Y. f From the Knickerbocker. f Uenlicl fo a Itachdor. Don't tell me "you bavn't got time" -What other things claim your itteution ? There's not the least reason or rhyme In the wisest excuse you can mention Don't tell me shout "other ,fish-" Your duty is dono when you buy'em; And you never will relish the dish. " Units you've a woman to fiy'ein. You may dream of poetical f."'. B.it the story may chance to miscarry j Tbe bust way of sending one's name To posterity, Charles, is to marry . And I here 1 am willing to own After soberly thinking upun it I'd very much rather be known Through a beautiful sou thau a sonnet, 1 could give you a bushel of reasons For chosing the "double estate ;" It agrees with all climates and seasons, Though it may be adopted too late. To one's parents 'lis (gratefully) due j Just think what a Urible thing Twould have been, sir, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 November 1849

Columbia democrat. r ... .., . .... .... I.r.VI li. T TK, K.DITOM. . . ii m ii SITURDAY MUll., NOV. 21, 1810. A XI U.VK T1 (K ri'JI LVVT. A very large majority of the Collectora appoin ted indifferent part of the Slate, to rwoive con tribution.1 towards thf Shrink Mounmknt, have not made inv return of tho piiperi Kent them. It is therefore hereby desired, tlut alUuch liste nhmilrf be rnturuod on or More the lt day of January, uext I). KKV, Chairman J'.x. Committee. CJ- Jdhh McRi-a-noi.dj, Y.(., is the Collector for Columbia cuiinty, to whom nuhii-riptiuna for tii! above Monument, of $1 each, ran be made Caught a It'ild-cat .'Mr. Hoiiston Rophon, Son of John Robison, Esq., of Hlouin township, (near Espy town,) one Jay last week treed and captured a young Wild-cat. It was nearly full-grown. Mr. It., received the usual Bounty of $2 for . the scalp. Skunk's Moiirnnenl. In the fall of 1817, Fits. 11. Shuxk, rc reived a majority of votes for Governor of Pennsylvania, of nearly seventeen t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 November 1849

.1. B 1 V 'I 1 v fnilll JlppOVt" umbia coui Keoftbe r cer I 3 r a Dloouio'j tit 9: SITUIUHY MO UN., NOV. 21, IH19 1gnicie.for the Colum'iia Democrat. tJJ-V. B. IVvlmkii, Third and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, ftj- K. VV. Gr, Third and Walnut streets, rinudfii)iu.i. M-ficm.m Pkvtt, NV IM, Nassau street, New I'urk. . appointments by the Governor. fowtRo Taylor, to be Associate Jn.l- in j uierne County, in place of Hm. Henry Tette- one, resigned. Giuntham I. Tagoart, til' Nortlimn rland, North' J. county, to be Aid with c rank of Lieutenant Colonel. tpuin'im-nti hi the. Canal Commwianrr. Aisr .f-KKR Mason, Esu... of Philadelphia , to be snperintendaitt of the road to avoid eliued plane, in the room of Cl- Petrikin, ed. n Aspinw.u.i., Y, , of Bradlord, to be . , ., ' ... f 1 endant ot tho North Branch extension ol . xylvauia uanai. nentbu the Court of Luzernr. County. i- nd Richard, Esq, to be Coimnisitioner f Jacob Hesecker, .deceased. tinn. Pktkr PiM.MXYKR.Esq., was .ylast, install...

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

a Agricultural. H ,.v Mult llu K :l l'lu ! ll.i v punt H ' J''"1'' ., KlMi..niiwMrl.rlem.-iiowiiriti, j.--m.a 111" scented ixM.-hne,t. 'I Tte rarwrr. Who make, thi. barren earth A paradise of wealth, And Hill e.ch humble hearth With plenty. l'l ai,d l'e;,llh? Ohl I would have you know, They rthe men "f to'1 The men who re.p nd sow The tiller of the soil. WHITE SWAN HOTEL. HEs.lbscriber heps leave I" f? friend and the public in general, uiu. n.- his taken the JI'A..; .N.u.Mif. "' '-".y v iik Kn. Sheet, tortnerly icpt by J. i' ii ' i "u ,v . , .. ..,. Peter.. Son. The House being large venient, and in the business part ol the tity, tie h,.c. bvst.ict attention to business, that ins lri...ids will give him a call. lie p.edgeh.mse u, that nothing shall he w ant ink' 011 l'B1 1,0 ,n friend, at home. Terms iff I per day. . GEORGE RAHN, Formerly of Schuylkill County. rhila , March 121, MIL If. BIiOOMSBUKli ACADEMY A HIGH SCHOOL For Young Ludir and Otnlltmtn J.E. BRADLEY, Viii iu. The next ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 December 1849

ta 1 . !iimiism m ' . j 0 "That (.ovcrnint iit h the best which govern leant." W LEVI L. TATE. P 0 E T II Y. I7T I A Touching Poem. f IVfl ncrnitinnallv mit with an iatraV thtt fraiehted with the most Blowing pa thos, but which, upon inspection, exhibiw . u.. .1,- .nhi.ifl im mold. p Clous cnarncrr. nv j led, as obnoxious. When however the poetical t jfj'ct ii consulted in connection, the mol favor aido auspices will l) apparent. As an example of this species of poetry, Hood's 'Uridge of Sighs' rand pre eminent. The subject, and the great ympathy w hich is awakened lor the fair suicide, lead on tosuspect thelendency of the poem ; but a clear examination shows that the author's inien ti,n ii not a toleration of crime, but a rebuke of the cause that leadi to crime. Thii poem lias perhaps done more toward the amelioration of the unfortunate class it so eloquently pleads for, than any aingle poetical production iu the Ian- The Forsaken- Sheatood amid the crowded hall. Forlorn, yet oh, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 December 1849

. mm Columbia Ocmofrnt. I.KVl L T.M'i-, nnroR. SATURDAY MOIuV., DEC. I, 1819. A very Urge majority of the Collectors anpoin. t4 in different parts ot'lhd Sute, In receive con trilitiiiom towards tha Shonk Mou'nmknt, have not m elu any Mai n of the papers sunt i hem. It it t mref ire hereby desired, th it ali such lists should Jier'jtunied on or before the lt day of January, nvxt D. FRY, Chairman Ex. Committee. CrW'iUW MolrvynLni, r.-q., i th Cnllcrtor fir Columbia county, tu whom subscription! for ' "Vu Muiumoot, nf jfi each, can be mriu. TU'iJ. U rn. Simh.v Camkrp, will plt-isa accept our thanks lor a copy of the Eepou of the Secretary ot the Treasuty on the Waiohousiuj System, for 16-i'J. The Uieut Christmas and .cw I'ictoriul. Hrotiu'r Jonathan' mammoth sheet for tin coming Holiday has made its appearance, the ro ceipt of v Inch we acknnwldgc, and agiand and imposing spectacla ho presents to his numerous reader and admires. It would h almost impos sible to overrate the truly sple...

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

U l o o in o I) u r 3 : SATURDAY MORN., DEC. 1,1819. A Unties for the Columbia Democrut. ffcj-V. B. Palmar, Third and Chestnut streets, riiiU'li'lphiH. (Itf- it. W. Cash, TliirJ and Walnut streets, Fhil idelphia. Kf-liariru PArr. Nj. HO, Nassau street, New V.irk. w. tfy Strung. Gkn- Bowmaw. of (lie Baljunl Qit-lte, advertises f.r hi winter' pork, and of fer to pay iu 'h "Vumtitutiuiidl Cuirtncy, CslLD ami Silvir !" Choice Production. W publish, on nur lift paethis week, among othm excellent things tvo choke productions. They are headed "Fashionable Gir!s," ami "The wy of th transgressor is hard ,, Thc-e. articles wire selecte.! tor our C dii'tins. by a valued friend ol oiirs.i Mnntr of the G upel in liln.iinstiurg.tn whus kindness and Christian regard for our read its' t d, thev are (svith us) deeply iiide.hted lor J irmiiT similar favois. The H m Alkxavokr IUmssy, Governor of Miiiei.it. arrived in II irrisbuig lt Wednes ,liv, and was warmly greeted by all his old friends. ITIcctin;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 December 1849

t Agricultural. II v ''ml dm Farmer' unpin Utu ! II i.v pure the Joy it yield? F.ir i'i i n th i world' tempivstoul trif, i?., ' n J tlm scenm I fields Entreat. All Epitaph- Wiien autumn violet Were fading in a blight, My household lily bin 0 A liltlu bud of light: Bit e'er the frailest on Hid shed a tingle leaf, A s'ernold Reiper plucked, Aud bound if in his iheaf ! lid who takes the papers, And pay the bill when due. Can live in peace with God and man, And with the printer too. To f iccrtabt tht IIVirM of Live Cattle. This is of the most utility to all those who ara not experienced judges by the eye. 11 lim folloVing directions tlip weight can be ascertained within a mere trifle : Take a siring, put it round iho breast, stand square, j nl behind llu shoulder blade : measure on a foot rule the feet and the inches the .vtimil m in cireinnl'oreuc.! , this is called pirih ; then, with the string measure from the bone of the tail which plumps the line with the hinder part of th:! butto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1849

V k. u " m - B , jjjlfii i, O "That Government is the beat which govern least." by levil7tate. i P 0 E T 11 Y. Song- tor December. IUkk! how the wind now whittle wild The leaflets treet aiming, ' Hack to its voice hmd ecliumg for:h A melancholy song; O'er hill ami dais, its mournful UW la told with a piteous ligh. And it groans wilh 4 s,ltl b'tter8rief For the iinilitig days gone by. It whisper in a hollow voice, Of' aumiiwr'a jyoua hour, When b.-auty bid the heart rejoice In Nature's lovely bowers; When all was sunshine bright and warm, And perfume fill'd the aif,! And earth could boast a beauteous form And countenance so fir. U whispers, too, that these bright things , Have periihed and are (tone, That joys, like riches, buy them wings And soon, tso soon, are flown ; That all that's good and beautiful Beneath this changeful sky, Must, like the t'lmmer and sweet spring, With swift destruction die. Then list the wind, bow it whistles wild, The leafless trees among, How it echoes for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1849

1 Columbia Elcmocrnt. , ivi i. mi:, v.vaoM. Min;i)V MOKN'., DEC. 8, 1819 f 2li in a long time since we hnanl from J..I1101.1. Are we t ) receive no in ire of thosa excellent articles, from her classic p i? is always wclcoiiie, and wc t!i'H' it a punitive proof of our good taste, to lilis i:t beautiful production. .DUoi iiii uion Rebuild. . VtAntn thai an attempt hai recently been in 1 1 ! i ) ciiilil th another democratic paper at Rcdlord.in opposition to the Bedford Gatette. The g'Tiaot disargaiiuatinn was immediately crush cj oy tn ! dl in 0-.1 out no truss of the ever-glorious ; -in i:..iey, including tha Sheritl', Prothonotury, Ci:aii!;iiiinii'ri, iti: , f Bedford county, appear i a j i a a slung Adhess, to the Public, over their j).!i:iiv(! minus, in which they manful ly dj i u i ilto ctTirt as "V sxecehkky," and 'etlnt'.i'f I to datrny the. Union and harmony cfin Dcnttralie Purty," au.l moit nobly stand byt'mr K litor Gen Bowman, with the soul cn !riir i 1 mi;ritnim im declara...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1849

Uloomobnrg. F.VTUKDAY MOHN., DUO. 8, 1319. Andes for the Columbia Ujinocrut. fnj-V. II pIumih, Thud mid Chestnut at reel, frulalelphia.' E. W. Cr, Third and Walnut streets, Pailjdelphu. (ty-G'cmijf Prr, No. HO, Nassau street, '."tUMiHAI'H I.INKUPTHK SUSQUEHANNA Mr. A. C. G ell, auent of Professor Morse, visited Djn ill recntlv ami in now making the arrange rcr if'r building (lie Susquehanna River and Nor h West Branch Telegraph j he is eliciting piv : fur this import ant enterprise. By this line, it imropni-(i ti connect an me principal iuu on iie Sin.Uelunna, and the branches, with Hi(iburg Baltimore, &C. STIie Philadelphia County Commis shiners have given their appr val of Mr. lIiiLANo' plan for the new public build to be erected on the Walnut Btreet frojt of Independence Square. The Canal at Albany, N Y , ww entirely frozen over on the morning nt the 2d met. Arretted. - R 'bert J. Walker, Secreta ry of tlm Treasury dnrin' Mr. Polk's ad ministration, was 'arrested whilst passi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1849

Agricultural. THE The Farmer1 Son. . Written far the Diptch Ay A, A. T. of Barker. 0, 1 WOulJ b I (.MUier ' Full of frolic, lit nil fu". I would b up t trly morn, A hoeiuj out lta wvin euro. CHOOUK Hoyi hvi tun, I dsn'l ef , Fr fiihr' go And th.o IM inj om merry tune, Till I hrd lh dinner horn it noon, Then I would go to my fither'i eot, Aod cat my dinner piping hot. Boyi hve fun, ke. Then I would work in the field till night. With pur ineffable delight M, When I wjuU drive the cowi from the lot, To the j-rd at the north f ray father'i cot. Boyi have fun, lie. And whtu the eun had lunk in the weit, And all the bird had gone to reit, I'd go to bed to eleep and to dream, Of the c.lvei and the larabt.and the old 01 team. Boyi have fun, &c. When aummer had gone with her balmy breath, And all the pretty flower were frozen to aeatn, And the bell tinkled merrily over the enow, Then on a jolly ileigh-ride I would go I Boyi have fun, c. In winter too, I'd go to school, And mind and obey ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 December 1849

COLUMBIA M DEMOCRAT, VRMTED rf.TO VV It UHU tilt ( BIT LEVI L. TATE. POETRY. The Drunkard' Itcraorse. f ror. LDNurKLLnw. AIR -"" UtiS un Mary " I'm thinking on thy mile, Mary tht bright and trusting roile In th owning of your youth and loe, E'er torrow came, ' guilt, When thin arma were (wined b..ut my nrlf, And mine locked into thin, And the heart that throbbed for rot elun Wi neatling dote to mine. I'm thinking of the night, Mary, Thejtiighl of grief end hme, When with drunken raving on my lip, To thee I homeward came 5 0! the tear w on thy earnest eye, And thy bosom wildly heaved, Yota smile of love was on thy cheek, Though thy heart wai sorely grieved. O, my word were harsh to thee, Mary, For the wine cup dme me wild. And I chide thee when thine eye were tad, And cura'd thoe when they smild. God knewj I luted thee even then, But the nre w in my brain, ' And the curse ol drink waa in my heart To make my love bane. Thou'rt reeling in the church yard now, And nu atone ia atthyhraf,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 December 1849

I Columbia democrat, LEVI I.. TATP, EDITOR. - aixoonxsii uii ( SATURDAY MORN., DEC. 15, 1849. Democratic Central Slatt Committee. The members of the Democratic State Cental Committee, aro requested to meet ni Btiehler'- Hotel, Uarrisburg, on TUES DAY, January 29, 1850, at 3 o'clock. p.m., toe the purpose of fixing the time and place fur the meeting of the next Democratic Slate Convention. "J. CLANCY JONES, Chn'm. C G. Werrcorr, Sec'y. QWiugi(oit most respectfully lo the Com 'inittce, the selection of Blooms-urg, the lo cation Tor the meeting of the next Democratic State Cunventlun. Our pleasant and beautiful '-village, which is a very Central Northern Depot, easy ul access hy meant of public c.onveyanc e. anil by that time will doubtless possess all the facilities of the Telt graphic JVtwt H'irM, about to ba erected here, Jut been long since favorably named in this connection. Indeed we cannot conceive of any place belter adapted to that par ticular purpose, and we are not alone in ...

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