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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 April 1838

Till fTrrrr T-y- rjr"T'-iir'i , nr iiiiii.w,,i.., . , '," , ,, ; ;;;; i' 1 ,J ' , ZZjETSSlZ "I havc sworn Ton the Altar of God, eternal hostility to ctery form of Tyranny over the blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. ( Volume if. fe2L.OOMSI2Ufe& COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1838. Ktunfccr 52. HUGH c WILLIAMS, Esq. Ttcasurcr thejirst day of January, until the 3lat elusive. DEC. DOIXS. To cash received of the several CTS. 52 r8j 27 88 collectors during 1st quarter 82.20G do do do do 2d 2,777 do do 3d 4th 1,001 1,981 8507 20 Balance in favor of the Treas urrcr.with what may bo com ing" from tlie State as per' cenlagc, 1.703 C7i ia 10,330 03 Wk, the undersigned, Commissioners of above accounts, compared them with the Witness our hands this 14th day of EXPENDITURES of the Count; of Columhia as par the order issued by the Commissioners on the Treasurer ihtrcpf, during the year one thousand eight hun- area ana unriy-scven. BOLLS. CTS. 1S...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 April 1838

PS MATTERS. From the Pennsylvania fteportcr. the Improvement bill. lie VUUJIllltli'U u, VJUIIIUICIIUU Ull IIJC Improvement Bill mado a toport to both Mouses on Wednesday. Tho bill as ogrecd on oy mo joint comtnitteo reduces the ap propriations to about $2,000,000, and au thorizes the Governor to borrow 8t5O0,OOO. The appropriations to tho main lines were reported at the eamo amounts ns agreed up on by both IIouscs, and those tostato roads and turnpikes aio reduced twenty percent. Soveral appropriations arc stricken out, hut having only heard tho report read at the clerk's desk, we only recollect tho follow ing; for the Union canal, tho Mahoning ca nal, tho Harrisburg and Lancaster rail road, and for the extension of tho Pennsylvania Tail way from Columbia to Marietta. In tho Senate the bill was agreed to by the following vote: Yoas Messrs Barclav, Burden. Case. 'Cassat, Dayragh, Fraitc'y, of Schuylkill, Harper, Irvin, James, ICinssburv. M'Con- key, Miller, of city, Paul, Pearson, Pu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 April 1838

TUG COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TIICTII WITHOUT Ttill fitiT trill) Jli', JJPJIIfj 21, 1838. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR i GEX. DAVID It. PORTER. (or HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) NOTICE. Thi partnership Ijcrctoforc existing bclwpcn thi Rultscribcrs, as nuulUhcn of tho "Columbia Demo crat" was mutually dissolved on tho 17th instant, land nil dobts due l!io alfico for subscription,- adver tising, &c. are payable to Jolin 8. Ingrain, who inirebascd tho entire interest of Mr. Mills in tho establishment. JOHN S. INGRAM, FRANKLIN S. MILLS, N. I). Payments td either of the hands in tho of fice will be a sulbcirnt discharge to delinquents. Bloomsburg, March 24, 1838i (tfNUMUER 52!.rn The above number will cldso dur connexion With this paper, and alt tho accounts will be placed in proper hands to enforco speedy collection. Thoso 'who neglect setlleniei't will pay $2 50 and costs, as wo must pursue this course in accordance with our terms, and. (o answer our immediate necessities, Will our ptttront,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 April 1838

From th Lady's Book. ADIEU, Autre! and can this simple tard Blot out remembrance 'from'tho soul, "When thy sweet voico no 'mere is heard, And ocean's waves ibetween us rollt No, here, on friendship's aUr bright; 'Shall memory beam in living light! When life' SiiU eve snail wane in gloom And time's fast falling sands run low When death points stonily to the tomb And wordly scenes no longer glow Then, even here, shall memory bring Her puro and holy offering. Adieu! and may life's ware roll on Unruffled by the storm of wo Till death press his cold seal upon Life's fairest impress hero below; Then may wo meet in courts abova iina kuow again tnct bod is love. House-Wifes and Editors. . Between a house-wife anil an editor there may well be a sympathy of" heart. To both 1 m. . uay alter day there 13 a round of duties. Iho house-wire, in providinir for hor rami ly, must have their wants ever before her. And so Willi the editor of a newsnaner. He has still a more numerous family, and wiUi mo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1838

JWKE l have sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal Hostility t. emj form f Tyranny o,cr ti c ,,d of Ma,,.'ThomaUcflcren. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB. nn y tttiOOWSteiTRG, COLUMBIA COPftTY, IP A. SATURDAY, APEIiL, 23, 138. rViiJiibcr li -r OIT'CE OF THE BEMGCRA.T, 'a.T Do'jn to Rotilfox'a SrAonVOrricfc rorjr.nwM JiEMOCIMT w)ll be j)r''l"ht,i rrmi vtiuniay mormng,ni J fflf ycrtrhf i a hance, or Two DatlahA o nibxrrlpiton null betaken for n shorlci t, " o fn nix months ; nor any aiscom tii.vanre permitted, until all urrearagee ore disrhurn'l. hinrjHirirEMF.KTS not exceeding a square ieiH be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for he first thice insertions, an I Ticcn'yfiDc tents for every stibse qwii' nserfioin lCr.fj liberal discount f tha 'c o 'hose i6ho nlvrrtisc by the year 'JXTTERS u Idrc.iscd on business, must bciost paid. u ft-- From the rialtinioro UhrOnieriC... oiajr of hc American 2jiHv- Our hearts tire with our native hud, Our son,': U for her glory; Ilcr warrior's wreat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1838

"1 dWmocrjltio COUIVTY ITltejETaiVO. , pursuant to c.all of the Democratic Com mittee of Correspondence of Columbia fcoun tv, a County Meeting was held at the Court House in Danville immediately after the ailjurnment of the morning session of the C ourl on Monday the 10th ol April, 1838. The meeting was organized by the appointment of 'the - Hon. LEONARD RUPERT, Prcsi dent. -. Peter Baldy, John Rodison, Elias M'Hsniiy, Joseph Dean, Henry Petit and Joseph Maus, Vice Presidents, and V. llesl, E. 0. Jackson, Stephen BaU ' dy, Esq. and Daniel Gross, Secretaries. v hereupon, tue object ol the meeting was staled hy John Cooper, Esq. and on motion of E O.Jackson, Esq. the follow ing Committee was appointed to draft an 'address and resolutions expressive of the sense of this meeting, viz; John Cooper, John. M'Williams, Jacob Swepenheiser, Obed Everett,.Tona. Lodge, Michael Sanders, Gideon Mellin, Robert Moore, Oapt John S. Follmer, Benjamin Keller, John Fooltner, John Flood, Robert ClarK, S...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1838

"TlllTIl WITUOI'T FF.AU oc; r- .-r - - Sjjr Sa2SJ3tgJB 8 DEKOcliATrC NOMINATION FOIl GOVBKN'OR: t 'GEN. DAVID II PORTER, (or JIDNTINOBON COBNTY.) In assuming tho control of the columns of tho CoLUMni Dkmdcbat'! we arc welt aware of tho Ttarionsibihtiea we incur, and of tho dillicuitics we tmwt ncccmarily encounter in conducting them ; aridlcan only pi mine that no icxcrtidns hall be parl to tender tho paper both useful and cnter tiimng. ,jThe village of Bloonisburg, as tho centre cfCo '' inml.ii Pmmiii U n fivnr.ible snot for the nubliea- tion of n democratic journal. The long agitated question of the removal of tho scat of justice, de mands a more steady and determined support than it has hitherto received. Though but little ac quainted, personally with the citizens of Columbia, we aro not ignorant of tho fact that a considerable majority of tho population is favorable to change; and realising the truth of this often exhibited ex pression, we shall cxeit our inlluencc to assist in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 April 1838

9 Unseated &ands-lS38. NOTICE io hereby given, that agrees lly to an Act of General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed the 13th of March, 1B1G, and entitled "An iict to amend tlio set entitled an act dircct , ing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and foi other purposes," the follow ing Tracts of Land will be sold at Public Vendue, on the second Monday of June celt, at the Court House in thu Borough of Danville, in the county of Columbia, for arrearages of Tuxes due, and the cost ac crued on each lot respectively. ROARING CREEK. Acres. Warrantee names. Tax. 10 87 11 73 12 01 8 62 8 02 10 27 0 50 8 02 8 62 8 52' 8 52 80 0 20 1 95 0 50 0 03 0 03 10 56 8 34 9 83 0 50 8 84 0 20 0 63 0 10 9 20 3 99 9 80 5 41 9 61 9 50 9 27 9 23 9 63 10 73 2 50 5 39 9 90 9 50 0 02 9 63 9 63 Ashton George Uillington '1 nomas liean Joshua Benson Peter, Bcasley Johnson Barron Thomas, Jr. brown Nathaniel liarran John, Jr. Dittler Samuel JJouelram Eliza Bumb John Jr. Brewer Will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1838

MOCRAT. I liavo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility (o ecry form of Tyranny oVcr the Blind of Man.Thomaa Jeffi crson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBB. VoSsunc II. f ' BTLOOMSBtJEiLG, . COLUMBIA COTOTY, FA. MA' 5, 1888. Numlicr a. .1 11 li OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Ni"xt book to Roihson's Stage Officii The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS vcr annum, vmir.bl. bulf yearly in advance, or Two Dollarr . Injly uenls, if not paid wilhpx the year J'o hibscription will betaken for a shorles pericd-thdit six months : nor any disco7is , linuancc permitted, until all uneuragee are discharged) ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted ul One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. ,Cs-A liberal 'discount made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must, be post paid. , MY MOTHER. Tho'tribitfc to a good Mother, which fol lows, well serves to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1838

county; and that an authentic copy of the resolutions relating to tho Administration, anil financial concerns of the General Gbv-: crnment bo furnished to our RopfcscntiVe' in Congress, that tho same may bo presen ted by hinTto tho House of Representatives. On Motion, , . , v Hesolvcd, That this "Committee will meet again at the house VI" John Hhodcs, in Dan ville, Oil tho lst.tlay of tho August. Court. ABRAHAM YOUNG, Chairman. Evan 0. Jackson, Secretory. From tho Cincinnati Whig Extra. Cincinnati, April 25. MOST" AWFUL STEAM BOAT ACCIDENT. I.OSS OF 125 LIVES' It becomes again our painful duty to record one of the most awful and destructive occurrence known in tliotcrriblo and fatal catalogue of steam boat accidents. This afternoon about C o'clock, the new and ele gant steamboat Moselle, Captain Perin, left tho wharf of this city (full 'of passengers) for Louis villeand SU Louis, and, with a view of taking a family on board at Fulton,. .about a mile and n half above the quay,, proce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1838

lllli COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. . "TItUTIi WlTMOt? Vm.AU S.'lTVliV.IV, ,7MVJ, 1838. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION jAh: go.veunor : GEJf. DAVID M. PORTER, (oV IIUN'TI.VCUON COUNTY.) MimS Jfmu.'AM Rrwti That the existence of this country lias been thus far one great and noble experi ment is a fact hdt Iff be denied and thus far it lias operated well, showing to the dig nitaries of tho Eastern world tho possibility of an intelligent and prudent community governing themseves, it shows also, that in bestowing equity and right on the peo ple, there is perfect safety. Shall this grand experiment cease? is a question that should come homo to the bosom of ovory friend of his country; at this impor- . tant crisis in our National affairs; Oi rath . or, shall it remain as it now is without any further attempts atreformation orshall any . measures be adopted to prevent the repetition j of former abuses, and present violation of rtrihirtst Are we to be made to believe that we have arrived at the very achmc of p...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 May 1838

Unseated Lands 1838. NOTICE la hereby given, that agreea bly to an Act of General Assembly of tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed the 13th of March, 1815, and cntitlcd"An acl to amend tho act entitled an act direct ing the mode of selling Unseated lands for taxtfi and foi other purposes," the follow ing Tracts of Land will be sold at Public Vanillic, on tlm snennd Monday of Juno uext,Ii the Court House in the Borough of T -Til- J- .1.- r Pf.imlitn fnr AlilUVlllU, 111 Mil! UUUIltjr Ul vumuiumi u. arrearages , ot Taxes due, ami wc cost ac- crusu on eacn tot respectively; 110ARING CREEK. Jlmt. WarraAtee names, 382 AshtotfGrfiorgc 411 Islington Thomas 420 Bean Joshua . 343 Benson Peter " 347 Beasley Johnson 428 Barron Thomas; Jr. ' 400 Brown Nathaniel 343 Barran John, Jr. "406 BittlcrSamiiel ' 401 Boneham Eliza 401 Bdmb John Jr. 40 Brewer William 383 Beckham George 80 Clingerman Jacob 400 Cunningham Thomas 40G t3opo Thomas P. 409 j3'chavon Peter 442 Eljiot William " 30G Gofibin Cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1838

MflOiRtT. rulJ va lratfs sWoni ufcon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the blind of Mh. ThomM Jeflcraon. monl ' ctitj thai PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. IVfiBB. cvcfl Volume llv "urnuer 3. alifl and lira- feat ant Act, Iff! ns, irst iro. ilcs by n'si nrc 1' i J, ys. ct, ITt eh e. 'at, '8, IC 1,, OFFICfi OF Tllfi DEMOCRAT, Next door to Rd'r.'isdNVs SjtAoe OfcfcrbE The cn f Mini a DEMocMTwtii U published Overy Saturday inorninfa at TWO DOLLARS per Mnunl; payabl. 'half ycurh inndVanef, of Twit Dollarr Fifty Ccnis, If not paid withi) Die ydar- No subscription will bcfahnforia'sho'rlcs period than itX months; norumj discons tinuance petmilietlf Unlit till uYrcaragee 'arc discharged: tfDVERTISEMEN'tf'S' not exceeding a square will be consplev'omly inserted at One Doliit for tne first three imtrlions, and Twenty-five cents for efcerty, subse quent nscrtlon, . ICfA libc'nd discount made to those wlio advertise by thi year LETTER Sjaddrissid ort business; must...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1838

AWFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE CONPLA- GRATION.m Charleston City inftuini. Wo have melancholy news to communi cate to our readers this mornirfg, The city of Charleston has been visited with an aw ful and most destructive fire. A slip from ,lbo, office of tho Augusta Chronicle, dated April 28th, 0 P. M. fur njscs the following particulars "Wc.learn with tho deepest regret, by passengers from Charleston, who arrived here this evening by tho Caroline Railroad, that the ciiy of Charleston has been visited Ly one of the most awful and destructive fires that has ever visited any city in the United States, "Cno thircfof tho city was laid in ashes at die departure of the cars this morning at'G o'clock, and the fire was raging as if it' would at least cousumo one third more. - The fire broke out , last jiigjhfaf a quarter past eight o'clock", in a paint store, on tho western side of Kihg.'strect, corner of Ucr esford at The wrifd blowing strongly from the south west, blew the flame's diagonally acros...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 'TRUTH WJTIltiCT FEAH DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOIt GOVERNOR: GEN. AVII R. PORTER. (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) "Appointment by the Governor. James Donaldson, jr. to be. Prothouota ry and Clerk of the several Courts of Co lumbia County, vice, Jaihes Donaldson, 3h resigned. There is no subject which now agitates this nation, that strikes so directly at its peace, happiness and union, ?s that of the "immediate abolition of all slaves.'" It involves the right of property, guaranteed to the citizens of our republic at the adop tion nf our constitution. The riirht of holding slaves was adhered to by the South! at that time, jyiih such tenacity, that neither the fear of a final separation, or of being sub jugated bv a. foreign power, could induce them to relinquish it. For the South re fused all propositions from the North, for a , tinion.upon ai)y.other terms than a guarantee of this right to them ; and, in consequence, the North pledged not only their own hon or, but virt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 May 1838

Unseated NOTICE is herebv rivcn. thai anrcca- y to an Act of General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed "the 13th of March, 1815, and entitled "An 'act to amend the act entitled an act direct ing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and foi other purposes," the follow ing Tracts of Land will bo sold at Public Vendue, on the second Monday of June -next, at the Court IIouso in the Borough of Danville, in the county of Columbia, for arrearages of Taxes due, and the cost ac crued on each lot respectively. ROARING CREEK. Jltrtt. I Warrantee names. Tax. '882 Ashton George 10 87 411 Islington Thomas 1173 -429 Bean Joshua 12 01 348 Benson Peter , 8 62 347 Boasley Johnson 8 62 128 Barron Thomas, Jr. 10 27 00 Brown Nathaniel 0 50 343 Barran John, Jr. 8 62 400 Bittler Samuel 8 62 401 Boncham Eliza 8 52 401 Bomb John Jr. 8 52 40 "Brewer William 80 382 Beckham Gcorgo D 20 80 Clingerman Jacob 1 05 400 Cunningham Thomas 0 50 406 Cope Thomas P. ' , 903 409 Dchaven Peter 0 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 May 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEHOCMW. I have sworn upon tlie Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Win of W Thomas JcfferBon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY tt. tVEBB. Volume II. BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PAi SATURDAY, IVIAW 19, 1838: Number 4. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Rolison's Staoe Office Tlie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payabl: half yearly in advance, or Two Dollarr Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year- No subscription will betaken for a shorten period than six months; nor any aiscons tinitance permitted, until all drrearagce are discharged. AD VER TISEMENTS not. exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cmls for every subse quent nserlion. gC7i liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, iritis! be post paid. Fiom the Gentlemen's Magazine for May. THE PIRATE JjAW. BY W1LDERR LANK, PH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 May 1838

" Look at .tUijGiasTcfl hrnvtfian.. WlncVfa "belter ncvciwrung a iillain's ricck;"' "I pointed the awivcl; would it had torn fcut your bla6k heart." With it griash of rage, Bernardo thrust a jiistol into the- very eye of the unfortunate captain, and fired! At the instant, a long shrill, unearthly scream of "Blood for blood!' pierced the air aloft. The affright ed pirates glanced wildly upwards, when the whirling, whizzing body of the forgot ten Arnold fell on the upturned face of Ber nardo, snapping his neck, and crushing him to the deck, a hideous corpse ! My fatherl oh, my father," shrieked the expiring Arnold, writhing and crawling nflm murdered canlain. But his brave soul had gone; ho knew not the infafny of his son. With a piteous moan, the poor youth clasped the stiffened corso,and breath ed his dving agony on his parent's bosom. The pirates stood appalled. The bodies of Ihe father and stih were dropped overboard together; as they went slowly down, the face of the father, ybt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 May 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. THtJTH WITHOUT TEATt SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1838. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION fOrt GOVERNOR : GEN. DAVID R. PORTER, (OP HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) We arc under obligations to the Hon. James Buchanan, of tho U. S. Senate, and the Hon. David Petrikin, of the Housc.for various public documents, lender.them our thailks. for which we A whig county meeting was held ih liiis vilagc on Saturday last. It wan a small affair. From the great exertions previously made to drum up the party, we were pre- pared to see a large meeting lor them, nut it was as slim as their proceedings were simple. me-wuig meeung uuciy huh. hi Ul place, adopted a resolution lauding General Harrison, a proiessmg 10 go lor aim as meir first choice, while they denounce the anti- masonic central committee for sustaining It ' him, and call upon the anti-masons to sub mit to a decision of a national convention which they know is to be convened for the express purpose of nominating Henry Clay. The antimasens must feel h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 May 1838

DEATH 15F Cll-t.i3-. The following thrilling verses by Mrs. Sigourncy In connection with the report on tho murJcr of Cil ley, have peculiar interest at the present time.. They are from trie Muy number of the Democratic itbviewi ! THE CONTRAST. BT MBS. l'. H. BICfOURSIT. ' Tho mother sat beside her fire, Well trimmed It was, and bright While loud moaned the forcst-plncs, ' Amid that wintry night. feho heard them notthose wind-swept pities, For o'er a scroll she liting, That boro her husband' voice of love, A wheh that love was young. And thrico her son, beside her kneo, , Besought her favouring eye, And thrice her lisping daughter speke, Before sho made reply. Q'littlo daughter, iriiny a kies Lurks in this treasured, line, And boy, a father's' counsels fond, And tender prayers arc thine. Thou hast his proud and arching brow; Thou hast his eye and flame,- And be tho purpose of his soul, Thy sunward course the same. Then as she drew them to her arms; Down her fair cheek would glide A t...

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