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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 August 1845

The ol mil bia Democrat " I havo sworn upon the AUof of God, etornal hostility to flvyform of Tyrantfy ever the Mini? of Jan. ThqrnM Jefferson H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Volume IX. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA (JOLNTY, PA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1845. Number 19. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. vi'rosrrg ox. i awl s uiivrch, ojain-st The GOT. UMBUl DEMOCRAT will b . published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollars ftty L,ents,iJ not paid within the yea &'g subscription will be taken for a shorter period than 3ix months; nor any discon tinuance permitted,unlil all arrearages ,a,re uiscnargta. ADVER T1SEMENS not exceedins square will be conspicuously inserted at uiie Jpuar tor the first three insertions find J wcnty-fiiie cents for every subse qitnt nscrtion. CPA liberal discotin tyadc to those who advertise by the yea LETTERS addressed on business, inus be post pfld. THE G A.ljt Tj A.N D- " With twcctc.it fowcra enrich'd, From vartnut g...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 August 1845

sjiTVtiJiitv, s.uausr uo, ibis. Fee Bills FOU JUSTICES AND CONSTAHLES Printed an a sliret for the purposo of Pus jus1-tip in their Offices. FOR S AIj 13 AT THIS QFFIOE ttT7Tho Liw requires Justice an Con stable lo have his bill of fees postod up in tliis uflice. ALSO JIlaAks fur CONSTABLE SALES. DELEGATE ELECTION COUNTY CONVICTION. Tho Citizens of Oohuubii County, friend lyto Removal, are requested to meet at the -usual placoof holding tlie Ger.eral Elec. lions, in llicir respective Election Districts, on Saturday, the Oth day of September next, between tho hours of 3 and 0 o clock in the afternoon, and elect two delegate! tu represent each district in a Conntv Con tion lo be held at the house of John Clay ton. in Bhiornsbure.on tho Monday follow ing, al-12 o'clock noon, for the pu,po90 of nominating a Ticket to be supported at the .ensuing October Election. C V. MANN, MICHAEL FORWALD. LEVI ,. TATE, JOHN LAZARUS, SAMUEL KISNER. Standing Committee. COURT WEEK. The roltowing-casfis we...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 August 1845

PERPETUAL MOTION AT LAST The Piiisbtirgh Qnzette having seen new invoniion, railed a 'Cnlorio Ennino. invoiitril by Ool. Hunne, of New York.saVs I. 1- - t. I I I .f I ii in .1 vny curious, iuuecu,wnnuuriui macn inn, yet ncrlccily simple, and if il it! nol jtopitual motion, it is motion perpetually continued, Tlie power is applied by the expansion and cnniraction of a liquid Coil or mercury,) contained in a metal globe, from the ordinary changes in atmosphere This expansion and contraction moves a piston rod, which runs in a cylinder, thin piston roil winds up a spring, winch, moved thus becomes a constant propelling power. As the machine is so constructed that it winds tip tho spring whether il expands or con tracts, the power is perpetually perpetuated An cngino 01 tins kind ol hliy horse p wer is at present consiiuulitig in Now i out. HilL'Ul-t.iL-JJLJ KEMARKAULE SAGACITY OF A HOUSE. In a stable burned in Albany, a few days since, were two horses, one of which (a inaro belonging t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 August 1845

THE OLD SOLDI EMI. 3T II. HASTINGS WELD. lie had been to tho Pension Office. Tho (senoroeity. if generosity contist in deferring a benefit until the recipieo is past the enjoyment of it or justice, if juitice consists in withholding the vet eran's due till he is ready to co dowr to tho crave, (tieneroaily or'iustice call it what you will, we can call it neither,) had at lt awarded wiih a pension, an infirm old man! I ho burden of old g and hope deferred, had made him sick oflifa. The death film was even now measurably drawn over (he eye, onct sparkling: tho pace, which was once .firm and conGdent in the strength o' youth and the prido of patriotism, had -become irregular and tottering; and the .manly lorm, once eioct and command i'ng, was bowed down age and suffer ing had done it. He was a stranger in tho metropolis infirmity and neglect :had broken down his body, but his spir it could better sustain itself; and a bit ter sense ot neglect had Kept him in solitude. He would not offer...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 September 1845

1 ha7 worn UP" the A1'- of Cod, eternal hostility ta oveiTorn of Tyrauijy over tlio Mtud of Man.'?T!jtmW J,ofnir8 - mi. I I Volume IX. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. pi'i'osiTtt St. Paul's Church, Main-s-i Tlu'GOI. UMlUJi DEMOCRMTuillb jmHinhed every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum vavublt "' ycany.inauvance, or two Dollar, Fifty Cent sdfjot paid within the year i ) i ... . ... '.. ,tYo subscription mill be taken for a shorter pcriou man uix mo)iin,s; nor any (list on unuance periiuiteit,itnttl,aJl arrearage, are utscnargta. W ; 'ER Tl SEMENS not. exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at une uouarjor me jirsi tiirceiuserlioas and TwentU'Ciue cents for ever) suhse qttent nser'tion. ZTA liberal discoun made to those, who wlvirtise by the year iLKTTERS addressed on busines,inust be post paid. THE G A K li A N D- " With sweetest fuxuert enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care" W If A -T ;I 3 -h lii'' E,? Sy, is ilirre augln that can convey An imago uf life's ir.ins...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 September 1845

IMOCRAT. Dr. ioMnvrta, September U ill , 1 8 13 1 jiiiiiiu uu it nt hi, win levr.ved lil.AOKSril. On fiiemt, Mr. G'liigewer of lh? Her vict "8. at of (lie North," lias in iliu lust lumber uf liu pappry .m nriginr.1 aMicle'frurn the jipii of L'lilm Uurriit the learned Black; niilii miller lliu heading of "Facta Tot my Millions,' which we copy w.ith pleat ore into our column tins week, surf com Miicnil io the sticutimi of our readers. It ciriray a in striking col.irstha "foolishness mill madness of-wars; how they dry up, na 4iuii.il wealth, anil to what nn alarming ex .tend oven in this country, we havo been rtixod to prcparo fur anil lo support them. All thi is shown by fuels and not by lie iclaniaiion sntl assertion merely. Durntl U n resilient ol Massachusetts, and how it Vpprrib that he publislifsan original ar ticlu in a cotintty newspaper, away hero in I'lnmsyl vania, we no not exactly under--stand, bul we do imure him thai in trans milting his lucubration lo Mr. Gangewei, Jio I...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 September 1845

JWCIORY (JimS SAVINGS. 'I. lit) "ininiiil uf tmiiify depusited by ff in ,le opurait v t'ti In iIik Lowrll Saving' Jlnik, m rquil I" twelve hulitltr'l aildfifiy il, ill n for every fainoiy ojrl in the place s huh nf them liiivi; hikiI (wo thousand i dlara iMrli, the ini.'risi uf which, nl seven pr ceiii, no ii li) support ilium lor I lie. Two ,ili usaiuls pour wotkii.g girls in New York .ore (lately utile lo m themselves without saving any tiling else. A merit uric of Lmiisvillu, Ky, named Warner, has invented a numbine by which tin- expects lu make 1,000 girdeii lines in a -da i . They talk ol killing eaitle now by a gal vann; li.illury, in maun iliu buielicry de- i'fiit ami Hie nifiii tenner, now uousiuer ale! wluJUt.. 1 1 -i '( rlt ill t Mkss, studs nut yearly 1 mil ion one hundred mil e ig'ity thousands puns ail shoes, the cost nl which would tie between tix mill seven h u ml 1 1 it iliousHiiil dollars, 'I'lii! amount paid I or iiiauiil.iciuriug tlieui it from -S'-JOO 001) in &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 September 1845

KICKING A TANKEE. Jl very lund-onlo friend ofoiirP whti a fnv weolis to vttttpiVed out of .comfortable dffico oJ tlii! river, has he taken himself to 13itlor for a tune li" recovcnfiom llio wound inlliccd ilpoi- bit frwliit by our 'unprincipled immo titiiii. administration:' Channo of air nuiM hvo hail nn in rMnt dfjcl Upon his spirits, for, from 'Gilen i, ha vvi itei.iM ah oinutn ltiei( which, a inon k other tiling, tell of desperate (lutrol tint took pi ice on. board of the 'bo.il between a re il liv lonriil nod a real l.vo Yankee sclllei. tThe latter irjd .upon tho toes of the former; whereupon the former threaten, ed to 'kick out of the-cihiu' tho laner. You'll kick me out of this c thing?' Yc, air, 'I'll kick you out of this cb ii.l' Yon'il kick me, Mr. Hitchcock, out of ihii cabinR." Y-r, air, I'll kick you Mr. Hitch coekl' Well I mie!'.,' said the Y-dnheo ver) coolly, aflir being pel b elly aalistieit tint it was liim.'elf that stood in uch imminent peril of assault I RiieM s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 September 1845

nl I havo sworn upon tlio Altor of God, etornal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over the Mlud of Man." Thomas Jortenion VoJcuuc 1X0 OFFICE OF Till! DEMOCRAT. I5LOOMSBURGS-, COLUMBIA CJOLKTY, PA. SATURDAY, SEPT. VS3 1845. ciToanr. Sr. Paul's Church, Main-si 'Wie COI.UMJilJl DEMOCJiA' published evcrf Saturday nt,,..4ig,ai TWO nOLLJlIlS per annum payablt half yearly in advance, or Tuo Dollars Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within the year. tVo subscription will be taken for a snorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmitted,until all arrearages arc d'srlutrgcd. .i nVF.iri'tSl'MENS not exceeding a square will be Conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the jiKt thrcciusertions, ,,,! 'rwr.nhi.iiin cents for CV-ry subse quent nseriion. HberaCdisCOitn made to tnosr. who anvmise uy uicyuu UiTTli IIS addressed on business, must be. post paid. THE GAKLASD- " With mutest fluwers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'dwith care" V A M 13. A briultt intangibility is fame: A siMiiethin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 September 1845

Tlinl papers!?or. indenture were iccuie Inhei pos-.epMOjf I however wioleim mcilialely.ahd' retiei Veil an ans.ver in the course nf n week ihal Mrs. Pu'nam' would glmlly take the child, could sh be sent to Tioy. 1 cofiimunieaieil thr, iSd lo lltr good blackstmiih. whose ey" .spat It led Willi jy 'Leave the lest to mr,' said ho, MM tn.Tne the ilnng. Tho siaue i"' to morrow morning at four o'clock h' flnlljafely be ile-liveted lo your sisle. Mill evening. I will dress her in mj own daughlci's clothing, and lake hti to Troy my elf. . I was to do nolhlnc more in the allair li.n I miiot acknowledge licmhled lm - . i ihn rcsuli. llul I quieted my sciupi-o by remembering Iho nhutiliun doctrine of my hostes", who would have gladl) induced n slave In tun away Horn his Minster and aid and abcl his escape. H'hc next morning Ihein wai a great noise in ihe hnue, and I hrard sundn punishment whenever Hie Millie buzz) ' or.gl.ten with smiles whenever . . . 11.. i .1.. I ,.... I Ma urn lllinn I ill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 September 1845

UK I A UK ABLE. A couple uf lads in the vi'.lago of Slcnbem N. Y. being raiher tired of remaining above lifoucd dining ihc (ml wcaiher some lime p, (wfi ourst-lve hull very 1 i til o expec tuiinn ol' burnt! hV.h tu ilo so at 1 hat time) wml into a well to p'ay. The bottom whs nearly ilrj , Inn after h little while the luivs heard a raii'ing among the stones nhovu tliu hi and they became alarmed. They immediately aliempipd lo maki their way mil & uiic of ihcm succeeded, biiltho other whs obliged to return to tho bottom, anil soon afirrwarils ihc stone work fell in upon him. 1'ho alarm was soon given and the riiizeiis assembled to dig out the corpse ol the subterranean victim, whom no one ox peeled to find a live. They had not dug fir, however, befnro their apprehdnsions were net at n:si h) tho little follow halloo ing to thorn, that he was 'cold and wanted lo come nut,' and on digging a little farther thpy came 10 him sjIV and sound, sure piuiutrli. The clones in falling had form...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 September 1845

a From the ttft Gu Uvular. WINTER GRAIN. We should bo in favor ol bow inn rye us eaily in September ns practicable JjihI where there is no (lancet lo be luami fiom t tic fly, we wuuIJ observu tin mine mle in rogsrtl to wheal. Then is" a particular reason lor eai'y sowitii! tyo this season, nnd that is the advan tage it will hiToid for feed lo sheep and young stock. The dry weather lis lessoned I lio hay Clop to a great .xten and the supply of gns in pastures mil' in many cases ho veiy small. Ryu il allowed to gel good "" tnay be pas tured with lighl stock in lh! fall) and lo pjiiio extent durinn the winter. In home cases it be even expedient to feed In Ihe spring. Tho diminution which results lo Ihe yield of irain if not equivalent lo Ihe advantages as pas lure.Tlie ctop stalls vtrybooti,& if par liculatly adapted to Ihe dry lands on which the Rrast ha9 suffered must. Would it not be judicious to bow (hit cmp largely, to bo used this fall and next spring as substitute, for hay a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 September 1845

I have sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny oyer tho Mind of Man" Thorats Jeffonon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. oliinic IX. H, r- r BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA C'OtNTY, PA. SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1845. dumber S3 1 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-st The COI. UMBl.'l DEMOCRJITwillbt published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars ,'; ',., ;.. .. th. 1V0 subscription will be taken for a shorter period than uix months: noruny discon- iinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged, i OVERT l (SEMENS not exceeding a square mill be conspicuously inserledat Wiie Dollar jor the Jirst three insertions mikI Twentv-five cents for event subsc ijuent uter'tion. IC7 A liberal discoun made (a those, who advertise by the year LK i t Kins addressed on business, tmtst be post paid. THE GARLANlO- " With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care" c;i;uiii for Wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 September 1845

0 2D2 OD CS3 02 JSi-U? 'TKOTU WITHOUT FE1H SAWnifBY, SKPTV.VBBK'W, 18-10 rCANAL, COMMISSIONER. JAMES BITRys. jREMOVAli TICKET. SEAT 0? JUSTICE. ASSEMBLY. Thomas A FtuiHlon. PROTHONOTAHY. JACOB EY13RLY. REGIS PER AND RECORDER. CHAttL.ES COXNEtt. TREASURER. Charles F HJnim. COMMISSIONER. Peter Ent AUDITOR. TVHlinm Cole LUZERNE COUNTY TICKET. OFFICIAL. INTERESTING, The Domocrati of Luzerne County, have Information from Gonital Taylor's liedJ IMPORTANT CIRCULAR. Il will be seen by tho annexed circu- nominated Wm. Morrifietd and James S. quarters at Corpus Ohristi, has been .ar ll,al h,a 9la,e rrenuror is resolved . I ' hi.. i nr. c(T,wi nn lila tiart shall be want- Campbell for the Legislature. Harris Jen Ire.vcu as lalo as to tho 30tn of Augu.t kins; Register &i Recorder, John Jolinsten Since bis last despatch, seven companies of Treasurer, Pbilip Meixell, Commissioner, Itlio Till rpgiment of iiifantry have arrived and Christian Ueitels, Auditor, Among! it his camp. The General spe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 September 1845

PPwOCLAMATIOlT. . 1 11 r. 11 'I ' 7L1T WHEREAS, by an act of tho General Assomhlv of the Commonwealth of Penn- ylvania untitled 'An art relating to elections uf this Common wealth, passed tho 2d day of .1 til v . A. I). 1839,' its mrde tho duly of tho Sheriff if t very county to givo public notice of such election to bo holder), and noil make known, in such nnlico what of ficers are to be elec'.ed: .Therefore ii- . , a- At "t.,t u- i High Sheriff of the county of Ooltimbia.dnl make kuo'"n, by this adveitisinont, to the Electors ol said county of Columbia, that a 11 EN ERA L ELECTION will be held 111 the said county 011 Tuesday the Alh day of October next at the several disliicts thereof, to wit: follows Ulooin township, at tho house ol Charles T I 111 1 1 lueoier. uioomsourg. Uriar cieek township, at the town-house in Her wick. Oalawissa township, at the house of Star v Maiiorem, in the township of Cat- awi,'sn. Centre township, at the houso of John 11ps Derry township, at the house...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 September 1845

i PI "COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Bloom Bimo, September 20111,1846, THE TICKET. TheTitket .put In nomination by th County Convention on.Monday last, is Huh h Bood one. und wcil worthy b general -support. The Cmilidato for Assembly T. A. FUNS TON, Re-q. has been tried und 'not found wanting, nnd in nocordance will universal usage throughout the State, ho is nominated for n second leim. If honesty ability, and faithfulness are desirable in t Representative, ho has thorn -and tf elected we arc assured by his past course, that h will do nothing to tho discredit either of liir constituents or himself. For Prolhonolary ntl Register and Ite corder, the present incumbents are re-nomi nated. The citizens of the county nie well acquainted with both these gentlemen, am as they have been faithful nd accommodat ing public servants, we trust the peoplo will extend to them again their confidence and support. We wish them to come along with the Removal to a more central and just position) and to have the pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 September 1845

1 ' i u-J- i.-.m '- 1 1 I hare worn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to evory Turn of Tyranny orer tha Df lnl of .ijan.t 'Uhorriiw Jefliwon II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, - '4-J- oIiiiiic IX. BLOOMSRVRG, COLUMBIA OOtNXT, PA. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1845, ftunitHtr a Sep OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. pwmitk St. I'ai'i.'b Giiiincn, Main-st 'Vie C')I.UMlilJi DEMOCliJlTwiUbt nuhlUhed every Suturtlm morning, at 'TII'O I)OLLJlllSper annum payable ftalf yearly in atlvunce, or Two Dollar) ,;',.. .'........;....;.... t.. ...... V mbscription will betaken for a sllorler period than aix- months: nor any discon tinuance permitted,until all arrearages tire dimhargtd. UliVEll Tl SEMENS not exceeding a iquare mill becontpicuously inserted at iJne Dottarjor the Jirsl three insert tons mid Twentu-five cents for event subse inent nser'lion. ycj A liberal discoun made to those mho aivcrtise by the year LRTTRIIS addressed on business,must be pout paid. rnra-) qd eg ci JP 'TIUITU WlTllllCT FKAH. ki rtnt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 September 1845

--jsr- WAR POSTPONED. A letter Irom Pitnaicola slates that "he Mexican XVii'iyr-'ssTiiai adjoTHnotlJwith otU formally declaring vva !a nt'r I ti is cotinuy. This if U;ic Bellies I ho ques tion (if war which has been agitiiihg i he community fir sotnn month past, and imtire.i probably a permanent petce with Mexico, or al lea! A,n1 any w,r nriimi? Iiom annex ilion. Humour oi formidtble bodies of Mrxicin tronp matching to Texts mill come from vari ous Quarters, bill have evidently the same, origin, and .are Lollho echoes of ronorlfl which have a'ready b-en prov ed to be aroundles?. In addition to the W8tit of the necessary fund, the Mx ican Government has to contend with t'fvr.lutlmi mid disorganization in itf own department, Lite accounts from Tobasco represent thai province has sel up the standird of revolution and assert ed lis independence, anil mat me Mt-,xi can Government was about lo finish iht revolt by sending nn army there. W ilniibt even ils ability al present to al- end lo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 September 1845

"Sew Store. 1TE7T OOOD35 NEW A It K A N O EM E NTS . jVo humbug but Goods down to the low rat notch till through. milt-, subscriber having completed his new I slow house, on ilain street near Maiket, .in illn,,nilnirir.aiiJ bavins stocked it with a itock nl'i'iitlrn new cootla, which were selected with great care in regard to style anil price, ho flatters himself that ho can offer fresh goods, and newesr ttylm.and them at lower prices than has ever been cllered in this place, and us the assortment consists 'ol cvitv thing lor comfort nnd adornment in tlio Dry G-oods, t ncther willi n g-nnral assortment ol Qtiteiiswa'c (some new stylet ) School Hooks. Hardware, ledcr ware, I in ware Earthenware, Silina or J.tike, ground, Fine Lisbon and Dairy Salt, Sal mon,Ma'ckeral,and Herring, Cavindish, India Inn Plug. Fine cut & Smnkini! 'Jabacco. Candles Soap, Capper Ktlllcg.Stee, liar Iron. hemic numerous other articles, all of which wil It sold at a very small profit for ready pay, and hp ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 September 1845

u REMOVAL TICKET m ?f PROCLAMATION 1 Scab of Justice FOR BL00MSB0RG Assembly. . THOMAS A. FUtfSTOKF. Prothonotary. JACOB EYERLY. Register and Recorder. CHARLES CONNER. Treasurer. CHARLES F. MANN. Commissioner. PETER ENT. Auditor, r i WIJLIBLIXM WIIKRRAS. bv an acl of lio General Annemblv uf the Commonwealth of I'enn- Llvaniii entitled 'An acl relaline to uleciion. I 1- .IT .. ....... .III. naoioil ill A Oil lUl" IOI 11)19 Vlllllllliillnl Q of July. A. I). 183D,' in mrde the duiyW tho Sheriff of every counly to give pijBllr notice of iiuch election to be holden, and and make known, in Mich notice what of ficere are to be elected: Therefore I striot.tn.wliieli. the v f csne'ctivel v. belnnsr, hrforefb irfock in 'the Inoming $n lite '2d 'Vueulau of October in each and evety yrnr and each of 'said Insnectors. shall appoint one clerk ;whn .hall be a ipulifiod voter of such dmriet. Iti case (lie peieou who alt Nil have re ,:elvfil the second highest iiiiniltf r of tin rotes lor Inspecini ...

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