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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 June 1837

sE5 mvom upon (lie Altar of Clod, oternM hostility to bVxy Arm of Tyranny over the Mind of Slan." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Volume I. 3Ii009fSBURG, COLUMBIA COMT - FA. TURMY, JITHfE 8, 183T. Number G. 7 Pon THE COLUMBIA. DB3tOOIlAT. vriie following effusion was composed dur ing the warm political contest of 1805 when an only son of the author was re covering from a severe attack of the clan gorous disease called cnoui. Thoy ema nated from a thrilling honrt ; & although they may possess but little of the spirit and elegance of pootry, yet they express the tondercst solicitude, and the paternal forebodings of one, the existence of whose primary offspring of mutual love "hung but on a slcyidcr thread." They may not cxeitd disgust, even should thoy find no admircrd. My fikst-ijoiin son. Hence, troubling cares of party broil, Thou know'st not rest nor peaceful joy ! I'll tunc iny lyro, o'en should it soil Tho smiling phiz of my swoet boy. Lint, then, thoit lov'd and lo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 June 1837

SCltAPS Ot' 3VK WS. Capital Punishment in England ln the House of Commons, on the 23d of March Lord John Russell obtained leave to bring in several bills to amend the Criminal Laws, He propose to abolish the punishment of 'death for all classes of forgery; for certain "ofTehces against the person which am now "capital; and for robbery and burglary, under certain circumstances; ah'dhe proposes other measures relative to piracy aud buriiing ships. The pitvvlous amelioration of the criminal code, he maintains, has not increas ed the number of offences. He also pro poses to make the minimum period of transportation ton 'years, and at the same tittle to make such changes in the systom of imprisonments home as shall furnish a .punishment secondary to transportation. In the"buniing of the Manual Labour 'BchoolnVFurman, South Carolina, a young ladyynamcd Goddard, from Georgetown, perished in the flames whi'dh was not ' known until her mangled corpse was found in the ruins. 'A. duel was foug...

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

ACTlON'OF THE 'PEOPLE. 1 On the lGth lilt, a meeting of about 20,000 of the citizens lo'f Philadelphia as scmblcd in Olcl Independence Square, to adopt measures in regard to tho present state of moneyed affairs in this country. A number of spirited resolutions,, condemna tory of tho course adopted by tho Banks in suspending specie payments, and against the illegal coursiS pursued by different cor porations in issuing small notes, were unan imously adopted; and a committee appoint ed to hold correspondence with the banks of the city and county on the subject of re deeming their $5 bills with specie. The committee addressed a letter in conformity with these instructions; which was replied to in a general answer, adopted by a meet ing of the officers of the different bunks, Iri which they express a determination to ail here to their iion-rcdoiription of their own notes in specie. An adjourned meeting, quite as numerously attended an the prima ry one of the 15th, was hold on the 22d, at...

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

From "the Alabama Argus, GOOSYi-GpOSY GANDER. "You perceive Hhatiargc' heavy bird, near, ly all while,-with red bill and feet, fat and, unseemingly in its body, - waddling fn "fig gait, awkward in all its motions, and by no -means handsome bird in any point of ""View. It is a Goose. liOolc at that man who is eternally dab bling in politics, Tvhilc ho by no means un derstands even tho elements of political c conomy, boring the public with rude no tions and impracticable schemes, setting all tho ignorant boobies about him in a fer ment, making speeches in every public meeting, that although they have a begin. ""s m-umir iiiiuuiu, ,anu aiasj you aooK lor the end; as it regards common -sense, vain arc your expectations. Em broiling himself with his quiet neighbors, "and making constant mischief amono- them: if he is a merchant or tradesman, loosinc their custom, and forgetting tho interests of ' Lis family for the will of the wisp. He is a Goose. 'Look at him who never thinks himself Ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 June 1837

fffli It '! tfavfc sworn utfon Hid Altar ot God, eternal hostility to every fonn. of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM; Volutin: I. VVE IiATEIiY HAD SOME MONEY. jlT A son or tortus. V)bscUrcly I havopass'd my lire, A wretched Ignoramus, "Till i, like Byron, woke and found , ''Myself one morning fumou I" "All darkly lias lifo's weather been, , "Though now so bright nnd sunny j i But then this change, is not so strang'e I've lately had some money I vhcro'er I went folks ran nwoy, As if from burning lavaj i scem'd a-living emblem of , The "Poison-'f rco of Java I" 'Tis not so now, ror nil, I vow, Flock near, like flies round honey; Oh ! 'magic change of Fortuite'S wand I've lately had some money I I used to say some funny thiHgs, . At least I ddffc-d lo think o : But dead unon the car they fell; And all away would shrink so 1 My mouth I never dpen now, Hut all I say is funny ; They'll o'en oft bring Itytteries on I've lately had some money 1 !, pn T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 June 1837

VARIOUS MATTERS. OVR THADE. The Secretary of the Treasury fcas just published his Report of the Commerce and f?'1 of thc Utod States Tor 'the year lodU. 1 lln rillllonfimniol. T Tl i , . , . " riu3 Hum ungianu alono during the year -ending .the 30 th Sep., r ... , ' "ao ?' i'Oi,7ia, and .from' thc British possessions 80,022,9n. The ixportsto England amounted.toB3,:302,.lB3, nd to the British possessions 0-1,487,081. 1 lie imports from Fiance amounted to 3G, ? on Wo'n ,Ii10 cPorls l France amounted to 20,030,100. The trade with these two countries and their foreign possessions, constitutes nearly two-thirds of tho whole foreign trade of this country. The exports to Great Britain and her dependencies, con stitute half our foreign exports, -the imports from that country are not quite in the same proportion. -Somc-of'tlio principal articles of import "from England arc cotton goods $11,895134, woollen cloths and cassimcres 8,508,724.' linens from England, Scotland and Ireland 0,550,498, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 June 1837

W'XiiT Of CHANGE. "Good morning, Landlord," -ejaculated n red-nosed disciple of Bacchus on entering the "bar-room of neighbour Gross's hotel "I'll take a little brandy and water." The rinniain ever attentive to his guests soon imputed the snarklinir decanter, and water nvrtPiP.l hv suction process from the north J ' I corner or his well. "Cart you change me a nw." nn.,SrP.l the customer after swal- 1 ..... lowing a pretty good decoction, wiping lits . .1 I f. -1 T !.! mill I cliops Willi me ion siucvu oi ... uuai, inn thrusting his right hand into his breeches nnckct "Certainly, If it bo a good note," Veinined the Contain, ralhc'r suspecting the wii,.,.,,rWn.,r.rU,. Ar. rnnnlitnir for an ex- -. .-. ,.. i. i,ni.m, it) v. nminatiom i ... caB., y - claimed the fellow ) "my fives arc like the ileus, when von put your fin ger on them they are gone : but I have travelled in this way for better than a week, W slopping with Hankmcn : I am caught- you arc a Jacksonmaii." Ho guessed cor rectl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 June 1837

219a Various Matters rrr H !Ia'nilTCtl largest Cities in the Y or A tccchtGchhnn publication gives the following curious calculation tcs ecting tho hundred most populous cities in the world: Those are Jcddo.ni Japani 1,080, O00 inhabitants; Pckin, 1,500,000; Lon don, 1,300,000; Hans Ischen, 1,100,000; Calcutta, 000,000; Madras, 817,000; Nan kin, 800,000; Congo Ischen, 00,000; Par is, 717,000 Worst Chans, GOO.OODcCon Btantinoplo, 507,000; Denares, 530,000; Kio, 520,000; Su Ischen, 500,000; Iloungh 'Ischen, 500,000, &c. The fortieth in the list is Berlin, containing 193,000; and the last Bristol, 87,000. Among the hundred Cities, two contain a million and a half, two Upwards of a million, nine from half a mil lion to a million, twenty'threc from two Hundred thousand to five hundred thousand, fifty-six from one! hundred thousand to two hundred thousand, and nix from eiehty- auvuii unousanu to one iiunilrcu thousand. Cf these one hundred rhino. fifW.n.inrlit nrn m Asia, and thirty-t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1837

JillJiij I have sworrt upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Minrt of Man." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED IJV JOHN S. INGRAM. MY COUNTRY. I love my country's pino clfld hills, Hcrthousand bright and gnsliinjr rills, Her sunshino and her storms; Her rough and rugged rocks tlmt rear Their hoary heads high in tho air, In wild fantastic forms. t love tier rivers deep and wide, vrhow mighty streams that seaward glide To sock tho ocean's breast; Her smiling fields, her pleasant Vales, Her shady dells, her flow'ry dales, Tho haunU of peaceful rest. I love her forest dark and lone, For the Wild bird'n merry tone Is heard from morn till night; And there arclovlicr flowers I wcrn, Than o'er in eastern lands were seen In varied colors bright. Her forest and her vallics fair, Her flowers that scent tho morning air", Have all their charms for me; lint more I lovo my country's name Those words that echo deathless Isimc "The Land of Liberty." AW OJD FASHIONED KI-Ol'Ii....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1837

JOMMUSlicATION. THE FAMILY OF TitOUT Sl'HINGj 0I, TBS BEKIF1T OrfKMAlK XDUCATIO.t IK RIAR IWO A -TAMIL. At an early period in the history of the -stato of Pennsylvania, Albert 0. moved -with his wife and infant chitdrch from the more populous regions of tho East, and settled in tho then almost unbroken forests r)t Pennsylvania. Albert was tho descen dant of a respectable line of ancestry who left Europe to Beck in the wilds of America ftran Asylum from persecution, on account of religions principles. Tho family had for years enjoyed A happy mediocrity that removed them equally from the inconveni ences of abject poverty and tho temptations incident to a life of fashionable dissipa tion and luxury, Albert married a young xvoman of his own age, after mature ac quaintance, and without any of tho crosses and disappointments which have been so sorrowfully depicted by the novelist. This young lady brought him little except warm alfection, an unsullied reputation, and well cultivated mind. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1837

YHE WeVt BKAKCH BANK. iVVq alluded to iho fracas about this little aloiiopoly in our last number, without giv ing the particulars. After the disgraceful conduct ot the AiilimasoiiH liati uccn exniu iJcu" in the purchase of the stock of this 111- Itution, and they had openly avowed tlicir ntnriniiintlnn to maleo the Hank a political 't t .! l nC .,o,nlPll lllftllpi'R n- r.tfS- . - . . , 11 T X ' l fbnjulonctl the stock wnicn nan uccn prcvi- M,ic,r trinUnn ilnwn to them, and though liUDI V Kau'w. - , 11 hVJJJ VII HiW Jmmww - - tj fetter to the committee of supcrintcndancc. Sm Jf'ilUamsport, June 2, 1'8$7. jjKpKNTi.nMENt Tlic uiulcrsifTiicd, for three 2$ays past have been bidding for stock in 'the tiVVest Branch Bank at Willianisport, with Slvicw of obtaining it for tho purpose of finyestiug capital in an institution which we Mhatl liopeu ncrcaltcr migni uc saic arm nour ishing m its operations, ana rcnucr uic 111 geslmcut profitable to the owners. But a &t7urirlc has. arisen for s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1837

""" &SSg5g'gC Dut 1? .fiya of that glorious 'VliP RTnn-VT ' ,normn5 penetrated the sad chamber of km- lilUi blUltiu. ma) 8j10 covcrcd her face and groaned in an AFfHCTtS-a sTonv, tlio bitterness of her heart; for where was It was a Winy evening jn June, when he, in whoso arms at this very hour she an nnxions and devoted wife sat before an hoped to have been enfolded f The mother's open -window, which overlooked part of a deep, agonizing groan broke the slumbers beautiful bay that formed the harbor of the ' of her boy, who started on his feet exclaim seaport in which sho resided. Her eye cd, His father?' '0)il no, my childl' an had never rested on a scene more lovely, swercd Emma, bursting for the first time The pure blue sky without a cloud, and the into a passionate fit of weeping, 'nor will calm clear water sleeping beneath it in its he, I fear, ever come again!' lutuuucss, iikc xnc uauv uov tnat was ml-1 lowed on her own fair breast. But it was not the beauty of the scene -th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 June 1837

HQ - m SSI "M A I liayc sworn upon the Attar of God, eternal hostility to every 'form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Volume I. A WESTliltJJ STOnY. roUNllF.I) OX FACT. The state of Georgia is one of those warm rcotton-planting regions where negroes live Rnd labor. The white population, ofcoursc, fill the offices of Church and state, and attend to the merchandise of the land. Mr. HIcnry Losslcy was the son of a gentleman who Wan in but moderate circumstances. He was raised in the general custom of rais ing children among the Southron planters; c received a tolerable education and some knowledge of book-keeping, having spent a few months in the house of N , in the town of A -. in the nineteenth year of his ngc, ho tormeu an attachment lorMiss wary iansing, a lady of some accomplishments and personal beauty but her patrimony kvas small. Mr. J.ossloy and Miss Lansing kvcro frcqueniy in d:lch other's company, & every time they met their mutu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 June 1837

scrais:6f jfBWsr , Effect rf Labor, t was latch' stated in a lecture (Iclivnrpit Unfiir T u.. nl Institute ty Mr. Dent, that a watch con cists or 902 pieces, null that forty three (frOflfle n ,T 1 1.1. n . ..mi jnouauiy mo persons, arc cm piriyed in making 'due 'of'thesc little ma climes. 1 he iron of which the balance spring is formed, is valued at something less than a terming this producesan ounce of steel, worth 4 l-2d, which is drawn into 22G0 yards of'spring wire, mtd represents in the markets 13. -Is; but still another process ot hardening this originally farlh- ."s a ,wjui ui iron runners u workable into 7050 balance springs, which will realize, ui inv uuiinnun price oi as uu cacn, iflMD Gs the effect of labor alone. "ho pool- white wretch wlio married the "negro a short time since in Boston, has neon tried lor bigamy, and convicted al most instantcr by the Jury. The magis tratc who performed tlm limrrinnrn cnrmtin ny for this precious couple, was it seems cheated into the d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 June 1837

Through the politcncsa of tlic editor of tho "Intelligencer" we have received the annexed call for a meeting of the Democrats of Columbia county. We regret that the meeting haa not been called at a more cen tral place, in order to secure a general at tendance from all parts of tho county; but vc Btillhopc itmay bo well attended, and vc feel confident that the democratic parly will sanction any measures, the tendency of "which will legally tend to a reformation of 'the present evils of Banking.' ANTI-BANK COUNTY MEETING A Democratic meeting of the citizens of "Columbia county will be held at thq house of John Ithodes, in Danville,, on Saturday -the 1st drJuly next, at two o clock, I', ftl for tho purpose of appointing Delegates to tho Anti-Bank Convention proposed to bp held at Harrisburg on Tuesday the -1th of July next. MANY. specieTinformation. In the present situation of the monetary affairs of our country, there is no species of intelligence so interesting to newspaper readers a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 June 1837

VARIOUS MATTERS. ' "From the Globe! Official Tcturn of tho popular vote at the Presidential election. RECAPITULATION. Democratic or All other Tickets. 15,230 0,228 41,003 2,710 18,400 20,091 138,543 20,892 87,111 5,738 25,852 23,308 V. JJuren Ticket. Iftlmfin oo nnn , icw Hampshire 18,722 1 Massachusetts 33,501 1 Ithodc Ialaml o.mra Connecticut 10,234 Vermont 14,037 , Iov York 100,815 i , New Jersey 20,347 ' Pcnnnv'Jvnnin Ol AlK. - . j ui,iu .Delaware 4,155 Maryland 22,107 Virginia 30,201 North Carolina 20,910 South Carolina No popular vote Georgia 22,120 Kentucky 33,435 Tennessee 20,120 Ohio 00,948 Louisiana 3,053 Mississippi 9,979 Indiana 32,480 Illinois 18,097 Alabama 10,008 ! Missouri 10,005 Arkansas 2,400 Michigan 7,300 23,020 24,930 3G.055 35,002 105,405 3,383 0,088 41,281 14,083 15.G37 8,337 1,238 4,080 762,140 730,730 Democratic official majority 25,413. Important to Gardeners and Horlicul turalists. A merchant finding one of tho rooms of his warehouse suddenly deserted by t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 July 1837

THE M1HB1T "I have sworn tipon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny oVcr the flllnd of Man." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ItY JOIIN S. INGRAM-. ElIOOMSI5Uii&, fcOlAJMBMA COUNTY, PA 'SATURDAY, JVIut 1, 1831. Number 10. THE WIFE'S APPEAL. Leave, leave untouched that brimming bo'ivl, There's Death within its beauty: Cast o(T, my love, llio fiend's control, 4 That wins llico from thy 'duly; Thy brow is not bo fair as when , Young Iiovo thou brcalh'nt in Badricss; 'Twas beauteous in its manhood tlicn, But now it droops in Badness. And why! I'm sure this willing tircart, Thy care's dread weight will pillow Will still, in deep and luting rctt, Thy woes' heart-rending i)illow, ., "Thine eye, too, fades and loses light,. 'Neath dark distress ond sorrow; But sure, love, sure, it must grow bright Again in Fortune's morrow. Oh! I remember well the hour,. When Joy had scattered roses Along our path, and Envy's power Slept safe where wrong reposes When thou did'st swear, 'lai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 July 1837

SATURDAY, JULY 1, lffft. BAJJK'OF NOItTnUBIBlittLAND. T. in our last number, for the information of eur readers, and to "exhibit the primary cause on me puft'ofihc Banks for suspend ng specie payments, we gavo publicity to uiu luuowing article: RAG CIRCULATION greeapiy 10 uio statcment of the several uanKs -oi UTJiinsylvania made to the Audi tor General in TW.nmlmr iet it. d . . w m,.., uii uam, wiu ispanty between the circulation of notes anu me amount of specie in their vaults, Vas ahc leading cause of the present hard uuius. r or instance, the Uank df the Uni inn Rl nintr lin.1 Clin Hon r j . i. . . -- "".a iiu sooouiu oi notes in cir cuiauon, ana only 3,424,703 of specie nearly $10 or n6tcs to 1 of specie. The 'situation 6f most of the banks was nearly as critical; and for example we will conv the statements made by the Banks in our own ncignoournood. Hanks. Circulation TNorlhumh'd Bank 8295,088 Towanda Bank, 316,875 Wyoming Bank, 59,390 Lumberman's Bank, 259,155 -Miner's Bank o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 July 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TnUTH WITHOUT FKAXU ' Saturday) July I, JS8 M Anti-bank -t COUNTV MEETING. iA Democratic meeting of the citizens of 'Columbia county will be held at tlic iiouso M John Rhodes, iri Uaiivillc,.on aaiuraay Uhe 1st of July next, at two o'clock, P. M. ifor the nurtfoso of appointing Delegates. to Rhc Ami-Bank Convention -proposed 16 be fcld at Hamsburg on Tuesday tho 4tli oi "July next. ma in i . fC70n our fourth $ Age will be found ic Ueclahatio.v of indeii.ndi.nce a gocumcnt to which we have inVariably giv- fen publication, during our editorial career, in the eve of each anniversary. It can Soulier bo read too often ilor too Carefully; r the pure language, the thrilling detail of Oppressions, and the unequalled display Rof patriotism and love of country, nust liglit Rib a fcclinir for the venerable signers, and sinduce a nourishment of thosO principles ot - - i -liberty and equality, Which cab albn'c pbr- 2snctuatc our rcpublicun institutions; Their 'wKiXrtnn on...

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

wntathcs of the United Slates, in Con gress assembled, mado ilio following Declaration erindcpcnricucc: When, in the course of .human events, St becomes necessary for mic people to (lis solve tlio political bands which have con nected them with nnbthor, and to assume among 1 lie powers -of tho earth, the separ ate and equal station to which the laws t)f Mature and of nature's God entitle diem, Yi decent respect for the opinions of mankind tequircs, that they should declare the cau ses which impel them to he separation. Wo hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal; that they arc endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit rjf happiness. That, to secure these lights, governments we instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; That whenever any form of government be comcs destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and...

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