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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 January 1838

LUJtt I have sworn upon the Altar of C!od, ctcrnnl hostility to ccry form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JefTcrso PHINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. BIA Volume ff. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next dooh to Koiuson's Stack Oitice. 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 ivithin 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 nserlion. CJA liberal discount made to (hose who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, 'must be post paid. T75RED5oBir TAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to the Judges of the Court oC Common Peas of Columhia county, for the benefit of the Ins...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 January 1838

Items of News. THE TRAGEDY IN ARKANSAS.. ""Wc have piililiqhed a parngrapli, stating that a Mr. Anthony, aYnombcr of. tji'b Ar kansas Legislavtiic, had been killed in a rencontre with ,Cdl. Tfflson, the Speaker of the Lower House. It appears, from the particulars since received, that this murder 'jo'Us outragoSwas actually committed on the floor of the House, while in session the Speaker, in consequence -of .some offen'sivo remark directed against him by llio unfortu nate member, having come down from his soft, armed with a JJotoic knife! The mcm bor, it ?s slated, was also armed with the samd weapon, but the rencontre lasted only for a moment, the latter "having 'been left dead on the floor, and the Spcakter having had one hand nearly cut oil, and the other severely injured. Wilson was forthwith arrested by the civil authorities, and his name stricken from the roll '6f the House, by nearly n unanimous vote. Painful Disclosure It will be remem bered that a package of poisoned coffee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 January 1838

president Martin Van Huron, redeeming tho pledge lie gave to us, beforo liis .elec tion, in spito of the threatening denuncia tions of tho Federalists, :vnd ho may rely safely on the virturo nnd patriotism of the people to sustain him. .. . p Resolved, That wljcn-, wo contrast th.o official conduct of .Tosum ..Ritneh, . our present executive, ;iftcrtlic pledge he javo in his Inaugural Address', with the ofliclal conduct of our present president , as a pub lic officer, ,we deem him unworthy of the confidence'of tho people, having violated every important pledge he then gave. Kcsolvcd, That although Governor Hit ncr's last message to the legislature of this state, as respects our stato banks, is in accordance with tho opinions of tho dem ocratic party, long since entertained; yet, 4taking into consideration his sudden con version and his former violated pledges, vo. have, and can place, no confidence in them. Kcsolvcd, Thai wo consider that part of Governor Kilner's late message which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 January 1838

A VISIT FJtOM ST. NICHOLAS, nr rnorKssrtit Moons. 'Twha the night before Christmas when, oil thro' tlvo house, Not o crcattlro Waislirri'pg, n6t even a mouse; Tho stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that Su Nicholas soon would be there ; The children Wcro nestled all snug in their beds, AVhilo visions of sugar-plums danced 'tlirough their licads; And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in ny cap, Had just nestled our brains for n long winter's nap: When out on tho lawn there aroso such a clatter, I sprahg from tho bcd.to see what was tho matter i Away to tho window I flew like a flash, Tore open the shutters and throw up tho sash. Tlicfiioon, on tho breast of tho new fallen snow, Gavo "the lustro of mid-day to objects below, "When, wliat to my wondering eyes should appear, IS ut a miniature, sleigh, and eight tiny rein-deer, With a little old driver, so lively and'fuicV, I knew in a moment it must be St. Jtfick. Moro rapid than eagles. his coursers tlSy'tfame, And he wl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 January 1838

Si COLUMBIA BEIIIKR Vr I have BWorn upon the AltaV of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. BliOODISBUBGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY PA. SATUHHAY, jATOAMY 13, 1838. Number 38. IHli s. . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT) Nkxt booft to Romson's Stage Office. TEPJMES t The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday mornings at TfFO DOLLARS per annum; paij able half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin thqyear. "jo subscription will betaken for a shorter neriod than six months: nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arm are discharged. arrearages ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for (he first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every sub.se- tjuent insertion. ICT"M iwerai aiscount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. SEDEBllF'S SAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 January 1838

j9 ASTOUNDING NEWS FROM TtlE NORTHERN FRONTIER. Twehty-twb Americans lulled! ! By an Express Bulletin from Buffalo, received in this city on Thursday it is sta- money, ilte city for a. fey days till the policy. hnd 'rcturfied, to Wheeling, leaving behind Iiim i-'f d.V JMMliMlUHG. a note; that it Would bo impossible , to lind him lie was for foino weeks 'after this, employed on business in tho country for Dr .but finally decamped, takiue with him a quantity of stolen jewellery and Un arriving at JLomsvillc, ho per- Wl that nnrlv nf KnValiat on thfi Hrit?Kh PClratCd ttlO forircrv On ForSVlll & Co side, came over on Friday night, to Fort and with the money purchased an elegant Scholossor, below Black Rdck on tho A- carriage and horses, and wont on to Whee- mcrican shore, and attacked tho steamboat Imp, W v'sit llis who was residing Caroline, being at the wharf at the nlaco, w.itli hor father. A reward of 81500 was bn board of which were 36 or 'lb persons, offered for his detection,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 January 1838

. THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. The first number of volume second of this periodical, has been duly received, and Yeally in its beauty of execution and origin ality and variety of contents, excels cither 'of the numbers of the preceding volume, The present number contains a superb por trait and well written sktiich oftho biogra phy and services of Commodore Charlcs Stewart, and an' admirably executed engra ving of Ihe action between the U. 5. Frig ate Constitution and tho British ships Le vant and Cyan'c. Tho wholo work is ex ceedingly interesting; and although every body borrows, reads and praises it, yet few . ..... Iinvn nntl'rnrun nnnnir i In nilrftni-?n ,r v n are gratified that it receives ample patroiarc. As a s'amplo of the merits of the "Maga zine" wc 'oxtract the following introduction to the biography of Com. Stewart. It is the first urticlo in the present number and did not the biography occupy too much space, wc should publish it entire, believ ing that it would both commen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 January 1838

Frorh the New York Minor. VlIE ClftliSE OF NEPTUNE. bi Tnibcbnr i, nr. " What, ho," cried Ncptuhc, one calm "flight, " Death and Fire! Pluto! Jupiter! Amphilrito ! what ho I" Never was monarch in such a rage ; nc Vcr'was rage sb powerful. The bluo sky liegan to bo blackened with heavy clouds. The winds rose; the waVes heaved 5 and distant thunder muttered along the horizon. The rivers and fountains poured their troub led waters 'rhorc filriously into the ocean ; the dolphins and sea-horses which drew Vis chariot-shell, snoVtcd and spiashcdaftd pricked up their ears , tho mountains and the forests trembled ; vhal03 and sea-serpents and other marine monsters tumbled up in haste and terror from their profound grottoes ; and all the tritons, nereides and sea divinities which inhabithis Watery king ddm, deflected abound the wrathful god 't& know what the ducc was the matter. Even the great deep itself gave forth a low tone of fear at the sudden fury of its king. "I have been robbed 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 January 1838

the: LIMBIA MMOCRAT I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to ci'cry form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND "PUBLISHED DY JOHN S. INGHAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. BLOM$i5XJIG, COLUMBIA 'OOOTTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1S38. . , Number 39. ,. 1 . ' , , , , , , , , v OFPICE Or THE DEMOCRAT, Next boon to Romson's Stagi: Orncii. TERMS: The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at . TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half, yearly in advance, or Two Dollars SATIIS, FUR AND StfTSSXA HATS!! F the most durable materials, and finished in a superior and fashionable 6tylc, at from JSJ2 STRAIT SHEEP. AME to tho premises of tho subscriber in Mount Pleasant township, Columbia county, sometime in June last, TWO STRAY SHEEP. Tho owner can havo his property by proving tho Fifty Cents, if not paid toithin the year. $31,, just received and gj" No subscription will be taken for a shorter Bioomstargl December 2, 1837.' periou man six m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 January 1838

AFPAtflS IN CANADA. The warlike proceedings on' pur ftor hern frontier) arc not, wo pre rejoiced to say, "fffsuch thrilling interest as those 'which' wcrfi recorded in our paper of last v week. Still, however, the various causes for local' and. c'vn ' national anxiety havo not yet subsided. Tho' subjoined extracts contain all that is known up to the present " time from the scat of war, and for those of a morcnationat'fiha'racter, wc refer our rc'a- ' ders to our RSjfort of the proceedings in Congress, which this week possesses unu sual Interest. xp&cteD ATTACK UPON NAVY ISLAND. f The news from tho Frontier 'is to Jan. 4th. There arc three regiments of Ameri "can militia (3000 men) encamped at Niaga Va Falls. , "Tfie namcW four of the principal per sons in 'tno outrage at Scholosscr, arc as certained, viz Captain Moshiet, deputy Sheriff M'Leod, Lawyer McDonald ' and Thomas McCormick. Gov. Head is at Chippewa," and has brought over from Toronto riioro cannon and bombs. Tho royal f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 January 1838

TUEC0LUM1HA DEMOGltAT. My Ingrain MiUs.' "TftUTM WITHOUT l'EAlll" S.ITUUD.JV, J.IA'lMItV 20, 18.18." "Wo have received a communication iiuiii .in iuijuiiiuiy cuuiny complaining oi a 'combination amongst the Columbia county Lawyers ; hut as tho Senior Editor is ab sent, wo shall refrain from any remarks lip on its contents. However, wo feel at lib erty 'CO say, that f they have formed such a 'combination, Wo arc confident it has not re ceived his sanction ; as ho would neither Vnmdcmn talents because inherited by those of an adjoining county, nor would ho thus tacitly acknowledge the contcmptibility of lus own bar, and the superior qualifications of those who may attend from abroad to participate in the proceeding of the Colum bia county courts. The Case of I'ohe, The Senior Editor ha3 reported the pro ceedings in the trial of Thomas D. Poke tor the murder of John Dorncll, and tho Whole may be expected in the ncxtand sub sequent numbers of the Democrat. As this case will afford much ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 January 1838

' THE KOBBElfs CALL. TnK VtghtVto, his fall, faip dead in Mi pill, An'd.the qfoecn' in her regal ted ; Thrir s'lurribcrs are dicp, but no curtained Bleep Must pUfcvv the rdbker's h&a. Tllo ybm'ahm'ay Enore, when his toil Is o'er And the wttdhcr may liod o'er Uie corse ; Sut the robber ihust rise, under starless skies, And saddle his1 trusty tibree. "'llis. pisls braeid to his sturdy waist, Ho springs on his trusty steed Away ! away ! the world Is tho prey Of the bold in thought and deed V .7f.Mir.tf, TpJIE OJtjfir.lA': 'OR THE FORCE OF PRINCIPLE. BY A tADY. A funeral precession 'passed slowly up Treraont street, and entered the venerable, burial place attached to the Ston'o Chapel.'' There were deposited the remains of Mrs. 'Lawrence, and with them the pcciiniarydc pcndenco of two orphan daughters. Mrs. Lawrence, until a year previous to her death, had lived in the greatest opulence; 1ut unfortunately, Kb'r husband became su rety for a friend to a large amount, which he was 'obl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 January 1838

THE LI TIKI A MJIOCRW. . it. "I liavo sworn ufoon the Altar 'of God, eternal hostility to c cry form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.--Thomas Jefferson. ritlNTED AND PUBtlSHED BV JdHN S. INGRAM AND FItANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. TUlAfc, OJf THOMAS T. POKE . . FOR TIIK MURDER OF Kkpihiteii roii tub Columbia Demociiat. In tho Oyer and 'terminer for Columbia county, held it Danville, January Term, 1839, hcfoio the Ho'noraMo ELtlS LEWIS, President, and tho Hun. William AfoxTuoxKitr, and I.f.(ikaiu) llurr.iiT, Usuirca, Associate Judges TMhnaa ;T. J'oke was charged with tho murder of John . liorncll ; the Grand Jury returned 'a thue nut' on tho Indictment ; and tho trial commenced on Monday, January 16th, 1838. Timiitfi Wi T- r, .... i ' ' - n 1 Veral, Jlltd Gtdnat A. FmcK and II. V. Tiiouk- toh, Esquires, appeared for tho Commonwealth. Joux Cooper and John O. MoxTnTunnr, Es quires, appeared for the Prisoner. After the indictment had boon read to hc prisoner, and ho had entered his plea of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 January 1838

lttsncr, and heard Poke say ho was not mad at tho time ho struck Dornell. - A-wai rant had beon issued,- and put ,fnto the1 Son stable ofTjladison' hands; and l)okY oante in tho evening to giro himself up to me 'or tho constable, Poke's acknowledgments woro mado beforo tho commitment was served. . Cross-examined bv Prisoner's fin it faith , tf - " " . w vw. I cant iay positively that Poke said he in tended to kill Dornell. There was a largo company,. and much excitement. Mv im pression is that Poke said he hud sthtck Dornell, but did'nt intend 'to kill him. 7 illiam Aitchen, Esq. stVorn. I had convorsatioa with Poke in tho jail. He said it Was a pity it happened; that ho was not intoxicated when he came from Jersey- town; that Dornell had camo into tho kitchen, and that he hads'truck Dornell on the back with tho side of the axe. lie said he was not angry at Domoll, but that Re fell afraid 6f him. Ci-oss-examined by Prisoner's counsel. I am keeper of the prison. Dont know that I ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 January 1838

"rDtivUl'EvCs. Dclsy Poke's chancier for. veracity is good, Never licnrd any ' lliiitg agnliist cither her or tfrCcmun Poke's character1 for truth. . t ' 7Vi. Jf'ollivr.' I rnn'tio'l say. tiny thing against her clraraclbr fo'rVulh in llio neigh borhood. I lrWriS tfiiles from Poke's, I havo ktiown lufr.for 12 orJM years. She was at mv hotisc. I can't say any thine against Freeman's character for truth. ,Ne vcr heard any porson epcak of their chiinic 'ter for truth. THE-PLEADINGS. "Wo regret that we hav not been furnish ed with the npceclies of the counsel em ployed to ronductSjthis cause, nnd particu larly with the truly classical- and eloquent speech delivered by John Coormt, Esq. in behalf of the prisoner. However to show the mass of legal disquisition and authori ties we subjoin the cases cited by the gen tlemen on cither side. Messr3. Comta and Fuicjc cited 7 S. & H. 428 j Rriscoc's Crim. Ev. 557, 560, 590, 509, 000, 031 ; 1 DroWn's Hep. app. 20 22 ; 2 Chilly's Crim. law, 435...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 January 1838

8 sed of-tW it Is now owned inianly by 1 those whoso official station Enabled titan to obtain it by an abuse of the trust confi ded tb them oy llio Btatc and'ihat the said bank has riot yoVgone ihto operation, nor fa tho capltal'stock paid irt. f. Yhcrcfotc, . Resolved, That tho Committee oh banks bo instructed to investigate tho manner fn which llio sale of the stock of the West Branch 'Panic, at Wifliamsport, waS 'ctiYi- ductca, and enquire into tho trtitli 61 Till or any of the above 'cited allegalrori's aiid charges) Tand if the siiftc shall be suslained, and the committee satisfied that those tip pointeato "Superintend the sale ofeaid st'ocfc, disrcirarded the provision Bfttl ?eculations nitric act oi incorporation, ana conuucieu 'the sale in a fraudulent and unfair manner, '. ... . . ,i in t... t-!ll tnen 10 report 10 ms nousc uy um ui otherwise; and that tho said committee have power to send Tor persons iand papers. &VriA.71WlV 'iT 11838. vrf- -i;.. i ';'jr'Tho "following...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 February 1838

I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JclTerton. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. BliOOMSBtiRGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1838. frumlicr 41. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next boor to Uodison's Stage Office. TSP..2ES : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRA T will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable jialf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. Nro subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months, nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. AD VERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, ' and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserllon. d"A liberal discount made to those ivho advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. A IjIST OF L.ETTERH I EMAININO in tho Post Offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 February 1838

1 'PISNKSYX.VAbrA flEClSfcATimE. ' Fridt&yY January 20, 1838. Mr. Fraily.U Schuylkill, reported a bill, n Supplement to the act to incorporate the Dauphin and Susquehanna coal company. Mr. Darrah, an act authorising a further aubscription of stock by the Governor, to the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal company. Also a bill to incorporate a company to cr rcct a toll bridge over tho river Schuylkill near Port Clinton. Mr. Safjgston, a further supplemcni to tho net authorizing the Governor to-incorporate the Washington and Pittsburg -turnpike road company. Mr. Darragh offered a rcScT&fon; Huthor 'ising tho clerk of tho Senate to purchase K fifty copies of a work, entitled " Hints on Education," by E. C. Wymes, Tor the use of tho members. The resolutions from the house of Rep resentatives, requesting our Senators and Representatives in Congress to use their 'exertions to procure the passarroof n law. authorizing the construction of a M'Atlimi zed road from the National road to the H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 February 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. lly Ingrain & Mills. Gentleman did, in the most exceptionable manner, violate such ft contract with a rc snectablo female of thi3 place, is too well known to admit of a doubt. That there was any sectarian interference on the occa slon is certainly without any fouudation in TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. "Washington, January 27, 1838. I John Bell complained most bitterly of the 1 Just in the Nick of Time.-The exe course putsucd by the chairman of the c"n of aac Dale, which was to have committee of ways and means, ( Mr. Cam- laken Placo "r Nashville on the 10th Inst. .. M .... r.b . 'TIIUTII WITHOCT VSAJl Thesonatohavohadbut little business brcling.) That gontloman he complained ti,0 samo morninir bv the Legislature. ma- of ircneral interest under consideration du- was so skilful in the management of the king it the duty of the Governor to corn- fiict: the conduct of the Nov, Gentleman ring this week. It has passed a bill to pro- measures of the administration, that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 February 1838

SFISEJ JBISlPJBIflIBffo I 'Tp plcafSo tho ruilb ulid cheer tliominil." "STANZAS. ''Vdnhy'of Vanities! nil i$ vanity!" ''ijr vain I in tain I those blighting words, , How godly tin the heart they fall ! Liko croaking or in-boding- birds. Turning; iu sweet delights' to gall. One" voice rings ever in th'6 ear, Ono thought jewelling in tho brairi, From youth to eld, from year to year, . That all our toiU'omo liW is vain. "Oh, loro hath many a graceful flower, And liato has many un evil eye, And hopo full rnaiiy a promised dower, And fear has many h death to die. "Joy hath his night df revel caro Its season of distfust'tind pain, "'Sorrow fier wrcaih,' of verdure liaro, , And thcsoi 'mo they not 'all in vain I ' All that philosophy hathi aught, All that" tho mind aspires fo know, That heaven-Jed genius cver'caught, Of bcautlfuV above, below - All that tho cartbMjblihd sVul'would Beck Of wordly spoiland wordly gain, That fiction paints or truth can speak In vain ! how nro they all in vain...

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