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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 October 1837

Til! IBIA I liavo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. : 1RTNTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. iNGltAflt. Volume I. BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUITY, PA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1837. . . Number 26. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Nuxt door to Romson's Stack OrncE. TRRMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable fiulf yearly in advance) or 'Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid ivilhin the year'. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, find Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserl'ion. CJ"A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year: LETTERS aadrcsscd bn business) must be post paid. GRA1TD EXHIBITION. SPEED THE PLOUGH ! Vnioii Agricultural S...

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. — 21 October 1837

VARIOUS MATTERS.' 'USURY. t case of considerable interest, liblTi to borrowers and lenders of money, "was ro ccntly decided before Judge Irving, in the Kcw York Court of Common Pleas. The facts, lis elicited during Iho trial, wcro as follows: Mr. Piper, the defendant, testified "jhaf ifYJimc 1.83Q he borrowed of Mr. Geo. G. Sickles, a broker at No. 21 Wall street, the sum of $323, giving him his check for that amount and a promissory note for $100 as--a collateral security, for which he paid him an intciest of half per cent a day up to the 20th of January following. Abottt'tliis time Mr. Sickles, as he alleged, being posit ed for money, called upon him for the a mount of the check. 'Piper told him that it was not in his pow er to nay the money then, and furthermore, that he should ndt stahd the payment of ex orbitant interest any longer, whereupon Sickles put the collateral llote iu the Hank for Collection, where, after having arrived at its maturity, it was dishonored by "noil5 pay...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 October 1837

tliia'ussfiinbty to-day finds a hearty response in tjic democracy of Luzerne: Th'u triumph over dictation there as here, is hailed with joy and enthusiasm. Dy llugli AJcWilliams, Esq. The Vo ters df Columbia count: Fully jirfpablc to sclent and elect tlicir public servants. lly, C. B. Fisher. Columbia county: Her character is redeemed she has thrown off the yoke of dictation, and has exhibited her independence, by electing a member of the Legislature "ficsh from the ranks of the people," and free from political knave ry. By Eli Thornton. John Mcllcynolds; The voice 'of the people demands his nom ination and election to (Congress. By Samuel Sluuhnmi. Our llcpublican form of government: To be sustained by the virtue and intclligence.of the people. By Theodore Wells. Col. Josoph Pax ton: His name will 1)3 rcrorded for centu ries as the successful and zealous lYfciul of internal improvements, and Columbia cotin ty will yet appreciate his exertions in pro moting the interests of her citi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 October 1837

From the Lycoming Gdztite fy Chronicle. In laying before the public the following beautiful and impressive poetic efTimons from "tho pen of a young lady ofthia boro' Miss Juliet, daughter of the Hon. Ellis Lewis, itniaytidtbd 'unliicrciting to utato the facts connected with their production. 'Somo time since, it was ngretd between Miss Lewis and another young Lady 'of this place, whom it ia 'hot ncc'esVary to name, that each should select from, the indcr of Mm Hbmass' works, a subject, 'and ' -Without reference td her article write an original es say upon It. "llio fcno chosen for this purpose by Miss Lewis, is of a peculiarly solemn nature, and wo appeal to every unprejudiced mind to say whether it is not ably and eloquently 'Handled. To illustrate more fully the perfect originality of thought, and the dissimmilituilc of style, we insert the article of Mrs. Hcmans, at length, immediately following it, the. "6nc above alluded to. Lovers of good poetry, will no doubt, bo delighted by...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 October 1837

f Am Pi! it WMm RAT. I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. 1 f I 1 11 :' .1 - 41 1, Volume I. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next dooii to Uoiiison's Stack Ornci:, The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, patable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrl'ion. CF.4 liberal discoinl made to those who a-'lUcrlise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. The Gentleman's Magazine The proprietors have much pleasure in announcing- the reading public, the complelo suc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 October 1837

L'!L',!!!M 13DUCATIOX. Catlawis:i School. It is with much plcasuro wc give public ity to the following communication and ad dress; for while it exhibits the ambition of School-hoys in the pursuit of education, it may be an incentive to future application. The present generation will soon foilow the summons of "the still small voice;" and to the Youth of the country we must look for materials to fill ihc Vacuum. How impor tant then is the duty involved upon us in preparing them for the various stages of human action; and how pleasing to cheer them on in the only true path to useful ncss and fame! Rome rose from barbar- ism to the highest pinnacle of re'fineirienf; and the present degradation of her pedple furnished a useful lesson when placed in contrast with her former magnificence. inc cause ot ner uowniai is recorded in history. Let us then take counsel from her misfortunes: Let us encourage the edu cation of youth abolish luxury promote industry reward mont punisli tlic vi cious;...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 October 1837

I THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TllUTH WITHOUT FEAIlt SATJlJRDAY, OCT. 28, 1837. v7Tlio communication on the subject of Abolition is "laid over" for the present, presuming its publication uncalled for at' this time. Mawniimiam .I'M The Next Governor. Our esteemed friend and correspondent, who has given his own views on this sub ject, and also solicited the republication of an article in the "Lycoming Gazette and Chronicle" of the 18th iilsL will please excuse the non-appearance of both for tlio present. Union- Haiuioky Success! these arc our watch-words; and in the pending colilcsi for a democratic candidate for Governor, wc shall waive alt personal predilccliona to insure their accomplish ment, both at the 4th ofMa'rcli Convention, 4ru1 nl llm hnllnt.hnv in Onlnlinr. Wnknnvv what can and will bo. done in Columbia; ut while Wc are zealously labouring for ho party here, we shall also watch its ovemcnts elsewhere, in order that our ex- rcsscd views may accord with the wishes f the majority ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 October 1837

t From tlio American Weekly Mcwngcr. HE WAS OUIl FATHER'S' DARLING. Ho was our futlicr's darling. A liriglit and happy boy -His lifo wan like a summer's day, Of innocencs and joy. 'His voice, like singing waters, Fell softly on the car", So sweet, thai hurrying echo Might linger long to hear. lie was our mother' cherub, Her life's untarnish'd light, 'Her blciwdjoy of morning, Hervision'd hope of night. Ills eyes wcro like tho day beams, That brighten all below J lis ringlets like the gather'dgold Of sunset's gorgeous glow. Ho was our sisters' plaything, A happy child of glee", Thai frolick'd on tho parlor floor, Scarce higher titan our knee. His joy ous bursts of pleasure Wcro wild as mountain wind--His laugh, the free unfcilcr'd laugh Of childhood's chainlcss mind. lie Was our brothers' treasure, Their bosom's early pride: A fair depending blossom, , By their protecting side. A thing lo watch and cherish, With varying hopes and fears To make tho slender, trembling reed, Their stall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 November 1837

I 4 imriiBii i:4 "I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. m V6lumc I. BLOOMSBUSG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1837. Number 28. I 0 re 'fi OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Roiiison's Stage Office. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, 'at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter 'period than six months ) nor ami discon- t .if : unuancc pcrmuicu, umu uu arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions ahd Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertton. JCr4 liberal discount made to those ivho advertise by the year. LETTER S'addresscd on business) must be post paid. The GcntfciY&iVs Magazine- Tp.'c'fcfp'rictors hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 November 1837

vARIOTIS MATTERS, 'i From "the'Saturilav Chrmi'irln. . ' Baring an A Atrocious Piracy 77ie Packet Ship "Susquehanna" captur Kcd by Freebooters qff' the Delaware. v c uo uoi ueiievc mat any event since the late war, lias excited so much alarm and indignation in our city, as the capturo of the noiiesi 01 our ijivorpool pacKcts, Uic Sus quehanna, by pirates, at tho very month dl tii" uelaware and witlim sight ot land. ThVpainful, and wo may add, the incrcdi ble intelligence of this most daring deed, reae.ncu mo city on nionuay about noon. It (lew from mouth to mouth, from street, to Bireet, Willi tno rapidity 01 lightning; anu a large concourse of our citizens assembled .is if by common consent, at the Merchants Exchange. l he husquchanna put to sea irom the Capes, on Saturday last; and while yct in sight of land, the weather being fine and the Wind N. W. Was observed to be pursued by a schr. elipperbuilt, and full of men. They boarded life .Susquehanna, when on Five Fathom Batik, aiid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 November 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMO'CIIAT. "TnUTH WITHOUT FKAH SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1837. gr3The absence of tlic Editor will ex cuse anv inaccuracies in tbis number. Piracy. In another part of this paper will he found some details respecting a most daring piracy committed within sight of land oiTtlie capes of the Delaware. The excitement which its first announcement produced in Philadelphia may well be im agined, when several of the passengers were citizens of that city, and of course had relatives residing there, who hut a day tor two before had bill them "God speed" on their voyage in one of our noblest packets. They wi 1 scarcely, however, escape the vigilance of the fleet vessels in pursuit; and wo hope in our next to lie able lo announce the capture of "the black vessel,'' and its numerous crew of desperadoes. C7Tjio first number of The United Stales Magazine Democratic Jlc'victv has been received and as a specimen ofthe forth-coming numbers must secure the pa tronage of the liberal and enlightened...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 November 1837

V "it JU". '.UiUS'l ! ,- LB!?. "There's many a lass with blooming cheeky And many an cyo that has learnciTlp'Jp'cak, There's many a beauty jewelled out, And many a wit nt ball and rout, And many a head for such witl whir', But give mc a besmtifal quakcr girl! There ato those thaLplease ondthoSc thaYcharrn, ThCTe.awr those. "(Kit boast of a lovely form-, Of pcaily teeth or a pretty foot, Or of having spfung-from-uu honorM'roo't, 'Or of heads all drck'd'whh gems 'and curls, Dut these are unlike the quakcr girls! Have you ever gazed on a pretty face, Uy nature deck'd with every grace, That told of a soul all pure and bright, Of a mind that glowed with virtuo's light, Thai spoke 6f a heart to naturctruel Tis the quakcr girl exposed to view! 'Ilavcytm ever left T rtlillyhknil That shrinking, gave you a reprimand Havc you ever chatted, (wo all know hovr,J And smilo at her simplo 'thee" and "thou," Or laughed, when sho frankly told you "yeri" 'Tisthe fashion you know with tho quakercss. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 November 1837

Pill1 jL mwLml I liavo sworn upon tuc Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tjranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM fATOlEiSC I. BMiOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, NOVEftlBER 11, 1837. IViimi)cr 29. its nd OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, XTyDOOR TO UoMSOn's S'fAOK OFFICE. c COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be ublishcd every Saturday morning, at UVO DOLLARS per annum, payable tialf yearly in advance, or 7 wo D Wifty Cents, if not paid within the I subscription will be taken for a si J wo JJollars year. shorter )triod than six months nor any discon- inuance permitted, until all arrearages lire discharge I. VVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a nuarc will be conspicuously inserted at (hie Dollar. for the first three insertions, hml Twen'pfivc ccnls for every subse. Mient nscrtion. IC-v liberal discount made to those who r-lvcrtise by the year TTERS addressed on business, must he post pai l. Gentleman's Magazinc- cjiroprielors have much pleasu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 November 1837

11 ILWlpi TREASURY N'fP.K The Globe uiY-'ISrfWiSllie emission of ircssury XNoles, authorised by a law of the' latb ijcsion of congress, says: "We understand thin' the present emission bears an interest of two per cent., and is chiefly in nOtCS (if (iflV mill r,nm !....) I - ------ . j wnu iuijuii;u uuiiuib cafili. It will probably be most convent- hnt tn lhn nnliltn n :.... a j., e. !.. these denominations, and. it' a ldw 'tato'oT iucicsi, as oy mis means they may be Aiscd as a medium fnrdiatjnf rn&';if..n...a :n.AAft of being laid aside for in vestrHcnts, as would u.muuuicuijr uu uic case.n tneraie oi inter CSt UDOn them Watt IStpiI M 'nn-ir 7n tnnvi, inum allowed,, by Iqjv- We have seen Vipetimcn of tfi'efh. Tile d"e vices are 'ap- j..iiavu. uuu wc uiioiucr iuuih iineiy civ graved, and -fiaYtldularly 'well guarded a inttoifttrffdltiifgrpfaV77(pbtffr. Bridge mode'l. , r nniu.ii.o uiuwni, iistj. ucuvcreu a ice u ture in the Capital, on 'Tuesday "morning , ftfid thpxeIavepowe'rs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 November 1837

rcgimflnt of Dragoons. It is situated on a liigh bank of the Missouri, on tho western side, and although" not regularly 'fortified is yet sufficiently so as to repel all Indian force that may bebrought against it. In deed, I do not see how they could attack it with any prospect of success; for in ten minutes after the alarm, almost overy man could be armed and mounted, and the ground near us being favorable for cavalry, wo could scatter them like chalf before the - whirlwind. Six companies of dragqons arc regularly stationed here. The remain ing four arc at Fort Gibson, on the river Arkansas, three hundred miles to the South of this. Our company is considered the best in tho regiment, consequently I have the honor of belonging to the best compa ny of hotse'ln all America, north or south A great many recruits have joined tho oth er companies from the Yankee States and some from Indiana. Hut none are equal to the Pcnnsylvanians. This is allowed by ' every one. They are the best horsem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 November 1837

IPMtJIM'Sr-d"-" THE DlSCAIlDKD. , lit LlttTE'SJNT 0. W. rATTIX, t). . i . I ii- 1 5 :.L it. timan's Jove so lightly won, bedicnt to thd call, t like the lyre ye play ujpon, , 'will clinno-o and sizliTwith alii (ell liim from thi hour, yc part,' ,d own no mutual shrine: , II not brook nnotlicr's heart hould sharo the joy's of mine. step it light my smile i gay, for yet my cyo is dim nd nccr think ofhitri; I now it eve when music's tone tomes rushing through the air, . ..... ... M..J w t.t, uiutlv, for miss bU presence there. t not love I do not hate t were on idle thing! limp'ring strain I will not prate, for yet tho gauntlet fling; ten nun lino some passing gleam . nai inu aionz ino sea. like a shadow in a stream, iis memory is to me. tire he thought with simple guile, d dwelt with cunning craft the while, jpon the st angers word; J '- t tell him when he left my side, I knew' not that he went, r shall I clothe my lips with pride, - - S'or gig- with discontent. orac wun your promptin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 November 1837

el EMOCEAT. I Iihvo sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Blind of Man." Thomas Jaflcnion. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGHAM. to Volume I. . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next noon to Rouisos's bTAai: Office. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published evenj Saturday morning, at mVO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar? .Fifty Cents if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. AD FERTI SEME NTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrllon. ICpA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. The Gentleman's Magazine. The proprietors have much pleasure in announc ing to the reading puhlic, the complete success which (ias attended tho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 November 1837

VARIOUS MATTERS. CANAL TO TIDE. TllO followinir nnril. Wlliltll Tina linnn nanucit to us tor publication, cannot fail to prove highly acceptable to tho Stockholders in the SusftUohanna Canal Company, fur nishinsr as it does tho irratifvinc assni-anpn of the energetic und supnnrii1 mis v. uiiv in iiucsiiuu. i lie laonrintr mrcp which has been maintained on the line of tho Oanal during tho past and present soa son has comprised from SiSob to nonn niTi. cient men, and vd are warranted in saying mai a grcator amount ot work has been 'done on this than has over beforo been ac complished on any other undertaking in tho same space of time. There are several more or less damage from ice during the Spring freshets, but it will he scon that the works at those points have been so vigo rously pushed as to place thdis beyond tho reach of injury from this cause. "Th,e assurance that a cdntinu'oti's. applica tion oi tno measures now employed will se cure the completion of the Canal by tho Spring o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 November 1837

(. GUBERNATORIAL. Lvcomino cou.vrv. Tlic Democratic re publicans of this county elect Delegates on tho 4th of December to attend the 4th. of, March convention. Thoy will doubtless bo instructed for Gen. Anthony, their, for mer representative in Congrecss, who 13 a sterling Tlemocrat, and eminently qualified for any public station. Daiumhn. The Democrats of this coun ty choose 4th of March .delegated on Mon--day next. Lancaster. Delegates are to bo chosen in this county on the 20th of December. NortjiAmI'TON. The democrats of this county choose their delegates on Tuesday next. Clearfikld. Delegates, will bo chosen in this county on Tuesday next. Union. The democrats of this county chooso 4th of March delegates on the '28th instant. Both the democratic papers arc out for John Snyder, and most probably the delegates will bo instructed to support his nomination. Lebanon. This county has already chosen delegates to the Convention. From tho foregoing it will be scon that tho democratic pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 November 1837

THI3 USE OV KXOWEItS. nr jiAiir movitt. God might ha ro madp tho earth bring forth Enough for great and small, Tile Oak-trca and tlio. Cedar-tree, " Without a (lower at al'. Ho might have made enough, enough For every want of ours, For luxury, medicines, and toll,' ' And yet havo made no "flowers. Tho clouds might give abundant rain,' v The nightly dews might fall, ':V And the herb that kecpclh life in man, Might yet have drunk them all. Then wherefore, wherefore wcro tficy made. And dyed with rainbow light, All fasbioned with supremcst grace, Up-Bpringing day and night! jr Springing in valleys green and low, - And on the mountains high", And in tho silent wilderness, Where no map passes byl Our outward life requires them not, . Then, wherefore had they birth"! To minister delight to man, To beautify tho earth! To comfort man to whisper hope, Whene'er his faith is dim, For whoso carcth for the flowrs, Will care much more for uisil A YANKEE TAlt'S Adventure with the Flying Dutchman. ...

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