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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1838

COLUMBIA MH04RIT. 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 II. WEBB. Volume II. BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA (COUNTY, PAi SATURDAY, MA"ST 26, 1S38 WuSnbor 5. mi OFFICE OF TIIE DEMOCRAT, NEXT DOOR TO Ro&ISON's StAQE OFFICE The 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- JVb subscriplioniuill betaken for a shorles period than six months; nor any discon's tinuancc permitted, until all arrcaragee are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a sauare tvill be comnicuoushi inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every, subse quent nserlion. ICPA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. A COUNTRY LIFE. moM the oteiia or "the villaiie cou;ettib," by BOZ. Th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1838

Vedge ourselves to each otlier, 10 use every honest and honorable exertion to porpctu aio these blessings and hand them down with tho liberty we enjoy, to the next g6h ' eration as jewels of inestimable value. Jlesolvtd, That we will all unhesitating- ly use out tfest ondraro'rs to redeem Penn sylvania frdm the influence of Van Buren and his impolitic and destructive meas ures. Jiesolved, That when an administration which has plunged the government and the people into trouble, and refuses to help them out of it coldly says it lias enough to do to tako cate of itself the people aro bound to take cars ,of themselves in a peaceful and legal manner, for. which reason we will btrcnnoiisly oppose Martin Van Buren if ho should again be a candidate for the Pre sidency; and we will oppose every man for any office in our district, who does nut openly and on all occasions expicss abhor rence of his prominent measures. Hcsolvcd, That we regard the attempt of the loco focos to fix thu responsibi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1838

1'je .v. v sv, i u.v.' ii.hi.Xj. On Monday, the 11th inst. this buildiiig creeled for (lie purpose of public dismission, Was opened 'for tlm first time, and a groat excitement was created in the city in conse quence of several speeches having been made upon tlio subject of the abolition of slavery. On Wednesday a large crowd as sembled in front of the llall.and broke or 00 panes of glass but done no other damage. Thursday tho excitement became general, and resulted in tho destruction of the build ing, the following account of which wo ex tract from the Philadelphia Inquirer of Fri day. Destruction of Pennsylvania Hall. The popular excitement growing out of the dedication of Pennsylvania Hall, and the attending circumstances, reached a fearful pitch throughout yesterday. Tho tumult of the previous night was the theme of all tnnmiRs: a thousand extravagant Btories were circulated, and the apprehension be came general, thatlhe night would not pass by, without a still more fearful and e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 May 1838

the husbandman. 'f'hcro Is oiio prevailing error among this fciass of society, which ought to be eradica ted and dfi's'lfayed it'Ta'rnoroYatal to bush boss of acricUlture than the crowth of Can adahistlcsor tho dcslructioribf Mav frosts , i -We mean tho neglected education of tho farmers' children. It is frequently remark ed, that education is of but little uso to the farmer; n very little science will do for him. GreatichowIcdge is 'only beneficial in tho 'professional man. Expressions of this sort iire founded upon a false estimate of oriboT tho thbiV useful and elevated professions of life. If the habitual business of the cultivator 'tloes not afford the "rhchYal powers a field 'for their most extended exercise, we know 'not where to look for such a field. Tho study of agriculture unites to the theory of science tho very essential material of its practical parts. It makes the study expert mentally and truly learnodk Nearly all that is Useful Tn our pilgrimage through life, is dra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 June 1838

fiVii r in I. - ST4 l . '"S$ WSii I have sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal Hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlic Mind of 3Ian.-Thomas Jefferson. PKINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IF. WEBB. 7" ?! Volume II. BliOODISBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1838. 3 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next dooii to Robison's Stage Office The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable naif yearly m advance, or J wo Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter perwu man six manias; nor any uiscon tinuancc permitted, until all arrearages arc aiscliargea. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions. and Twenty-five cents for every subse- ijuvm nscriwn. jl"vi uucrai aiscouni made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From tho Universalis Union. HOPE The Anchor of the SouT. Heb. vi. 10. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 June 1838

3: POLITICAL. i From the KfeyJtonc. 1UTNER AT HOME, Ritncr was born, wo Have iridersto6d, in berks county. The fallowing are the ma jorities which old mo'thcr Berks lias given against him : In 1829 301 1832 "323 1835 "2905 During his infancy ,"as wc liJtVe been in formed, his father removed to Cumberland county, where Joseph "was raised to man liood. The following are the majorities which his foster mother Cumberland has given against him:' tn 1829 ,793 1B3J 519 1B35 881 He then moved lo Westmoreland county Vhqro ho resided a while. Tho following arc tho majorities his step mother west' rnoreland has given agaiiist him : In 1829 1203 1183)3 1993 1835 1217 next' removed to Washington boun ty. Here he has rec"eiv6d' tho following majorities : In 1829 -1S1 1832 yio 1835 334 At both elections since that time, Wash ington county has given' a majority against the Ritner ticket, and the best political cal culators there say, Ritncr will bo beaten in his own county at the next election. POR...

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

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TnUTII WITHOUT FIAIl 8JlTVltli.1V, JUJVE 1838. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION" FOR GOVERNOR, t GEN. DAVID K. PORTER, (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) The idle litols in I'Mlailclphia. The commotion in this once peaceful city, caus 'cd by the late disgraceful t iots, appears to havo almost entirely subsided; not, however, without having produced oh tho public mind, a deep and lasting impression of the folly and madness of a few individ uals attempting to bravo tho curront of public opinion by enforcing their own peculiar doctrines and polr cy, in opposition to the prejudices and often repeat t.1 sentiments of tho great mass of society. That every man has n free and undoubted right, un 'der our government and laws, to discuss any mcas. tore of policy, or express any opinion ho may cn tcrtain, at all times and in all places, if, by bo doing, 'lie docs not interfere with sound morals) and th'j pcaco and happiness of his neighbor, no otto will deny. But, whenever he touches llicso ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 June 1838

important to 2?4iiIor, i A'ATJUAT JUJLAST1C SttUAKIS AND Scir-varyiiic Square Rule, For mcasnrinff and drafting coats, in con- nectioit with another new and useful rule for cutting sale or boy's coat s upon a more familiar plan; also, superior rules for cut- ting all other garments incumbent oh that hrnnr'li. nrn nnw riftarnil In tlin tr.idr hv Inn j tan Tiani-ilinro Imlii'itifT llini 1f curistoil n!'n. iy thing of the kintl which has proceeded hem i SELF-VAitYirtfG RUtE. Orpnt inlTiprfnpllniici in fjin fcrf nnrl Ifnliil. s to produce a miss-fit havo been stand- , . ' ing octore tno cutter over since tne iniro- iuction of rules, filling the mind with fear and. anxiety until the" coat is finished and ; ;,.i.!i. n. t.i,i ! r.o caused to rush into the face at beholding a bad fitting coat. lulu uiii cik u uii.it Liiaia liil uiuuu la iiiuii i Tl.n r na ifill, nnh fnrn nvrhntlnn nrliTM tmtrn Imnn in nen ni'it- cinrti ilm first invcntioil of tho kind, were wholly predi- n.itnd nnrin hrinni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 June 1838

111 "I have sworn upon the Altar of God, otcrniU hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. . , i , . - . , 1 1 Volume II. BliOOMSBUBG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, TONE 9, 1838.. . Number 7. . 1 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next noon to Robison's Stage Orncn. 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 any discon tinuance permitted, until ull arrearages are 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. ICpA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on businets, must be post paid. From tho Buffalo Daily Star. TO THE SUN. On beholding a morning lear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 June 1838

politicai; , .. A i It E S 6f the Dcno'cralic Committee of Corres pondence for the Gity of Philadelphia. . Fu.ow Citizens: Tho Democratic Committee of Correspondence of tho City of Philadelphia, havo deemed it advisable tt) address you on thb subject of the ap proaching Gubernatorial election. It is al ready known to .you, that two candidates aic presented for the suffrages of tho pcoplo of tl'is commonwealth, one of whom is Jo seph ltitner, tho present minority incum bent, and tho other is David R. Porter, tho jiomincc of the Democratic Convention, which assembled in Harrisburg on the fifth of 'March last. Between these two candi dates, the pcoplo of necessity will havo to .choose, andso.far as wo may be permitted to draw conclusions from the spontaneous expressions of public feeling which meet us on all sides, it can scarcely be consider ed doubtful what will bo the result. Between federalism and aristocracy on tho one hand and democracy and popular will on tho otu cr, there can b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 June 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. if 'TnCTIt WITHOUT FEAH sjiruxtn.rv, jkv: o, isss. DEMOOMTIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR: GEN. DAVID li. PORTER, (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) SPECIE CIRCULAR. Tho famous Specie Circular, about which the whigs liavc mado so much noise, has been repealed by the passage of the fol lowing joint resolution I with an exception for a considerable lime in I Gathered to his Fathers. The "Cincin- Resumption by the jfltmfa ef -L&tit lavor ot actual scuicrs, mat ttio purchase 01 naiian of the 'zisl inst. nonces llic dcalh at (Janada. It is slated in llie Montreal Uou public lands should not be mado otherwise anjndian chief who committed suicide in rier of Thursday last, that tho chartcrc than with specie, as the speculators and tho western banks carnctl on operations as lot lows wo quoto from the Presidential Mcs the Dolphin bl huudkerchicf. banks ol mat city resumed payment on tin previous tlay, and llic liclicl is exprcssei l ml thnart nr finnhrv linil ilnnn likovvian. Jse i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 June 1838

WONDERFUL CURES Live been performed in this city, and throughout the country. bH. LEIDY'S ' MEDICATED SARSPARILLA. )EING a concentrated fluid extrftit of Sarspn- rilla, combined Willi oilier vefretablB oxtracls, which renders it as n medicine of crest utility in the euro of all diseases arising from the impurities of the blood lrom indiscretions and imprudcncics in life, and constitutional diseases formed or produced hy tho injudicious uro of mercury, arsenic, bark, or quinine. In short, it is un invaluablo remedy for all Rheumatic Affections, General Debility, Ulcerous Sores, White Swellings, Diseases of the Liver and Bkin, Ulcerated sore throat, UIcctb of tho Nose, Ca ries of the diseases of tho Bones, Scrofula or King's Evil, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, and all un pleasant and dangerous affections consequent to Syphilis, Lucas Venereal, &. So effectual has this medicine been in tho cure of various diseases fur which it is recommended, that it is far superceding all othe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1838

!-i.i.Jif 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 II. WEBB. Volume II. felLOOkSBURG-, 'COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1838i Number 8 , OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Koiuson's Stage Ofi'ice. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at hTJVO 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 any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. AD VER TISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for he first three insertions, and Ttvcnly-fivc cents for every subse quent nscrtion. tCfA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on bUsinets, must be post paid. TO MY "WIFE. Pillow thy head Upon this heart. My own, my cherished wife 1 And ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1838

16 Windward of the Island, to watrlj our American brothers. Accosting a finojrojjng inan, who was office bf the watch, I asked if it was hispinioih from, his knowledge of liis captain; that lie could have the heart to hang up eight innocent men. "I have nD donbt. of their . execution, Bhould a single Englishman die by the Gov ernor's order, even if Murray's heart brdke in witnessing it." "It will bo an act of hellish cruelty," re plied I,"and call down from just heaven the vengeance of the most High, upon all tho aiders and abettors in this most direful tragedy-" "I do not sod", sir," said the yditng officer, "how the commodore can abandon thirteen men to a shamfiil death for obeying his or ders. He is a humane man, an excellent ofiicer,& one of great determination; he has worn out a strong constitution in blockading mis auoiinuauiuisiauu, aim, in my opinion 13 seriously ill." . . The lieutenant was right. Captain Mur- Tay died in ten days, evincing, in the ago nies df death, hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. aw "TIlCTIt WITHOUT f.au SJ1TU111J.1V, JV1'J3 10, 1838. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR : GEN. DAVID R. PORTER. (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) Tun whigs appear highly elated at what tiioy denominate a great whig victory in the passage of tho resolution repealing tho spe cie circular. A measure, that all who were in anywise acquainted vih tho monetary affairs of the nation at the present time, and of the regulations for the receipt of cus toms fixed by law that woujd remain, wero not only willing, but desirous should bo brought about. Indeed, such was the feel ing upon the subject, that but little opposi tion was made to its repeal by tho demo cratic members, as will bo perceived by tho yeasand nays published in our last. So far then, from its being a whig triumph, we are only surprised that a single voice should have been raised in the house against it.- Under the circumstances, it is mere foolery on tho part of the whigs, to " rrtako so much ado about nothing ;" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 June 1838

Wonderful cures . ')fa've hcen plrforiticd in Ittia tity, dnd ihroughottl the country. 1 DR; LEIDY'S MEDICATED SARSPARILLA. . BEING d concentrated fluid 'extract of Sdrspa rilli, combined with other vegetable extracts, which renders it as a medicine of great utility in the cureof all'diseases arising from the impurities of the blood from indiscretions and irnprudencics ill life, arid constitutional diseases formed or produced by the injudicious Uso of mercury, arsenic, bark, or quinine. In short, it is an invalurtblo remedy for all Rheumatic Affections, General Debility, Ulcerous Sores, White Swellings, Diseases of tlio Liver and Skin, Ulcerated sore throat, Ulcers of tlio Nose, Ca ries of tho diseases of the Boiics, Scrofula or King's Evil, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, und all un pleasant and dangerous affections consequent to Syphilis, Lucas Venereal, &. So effectual has this medicine been in the cure of various diseases for which it is recommended, that n is far superced...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 June 1838

I have sworn upon tlio Altai- of Coil, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the JHlml of Mftn.wThonws Jcffercon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED JflMI. WEBB. Volume 31. OPl'lCE OP THE DEMOCHAT, ' -. i cj. r... Vie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT 'will be published every Saturdau morninn, at 4 iVU DiiJjhJiliU per annum, payable Fifty Cents, if not paid ivilhin the year. V$b subscription will betaken- for a shorter pcnvti uiuii slit: jnuiuim ; iwr uuy wtatut tinuance permitted; until all arrearuge, re dtsv.liai'gcd. - ., fjjj vKH 1 1 oriMij v o not execeamg a, quare vnll be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, rind Twenty-five cents for. every subse quent meriion. fiC?V liberal discount bftrtla 1ft litPfl -4 Art rttttiflvfivft Jul flio tioli LETTERS addressed on business, must Jbeposl paid. ' WOMAN An Extkact,. SHow holy Woman's youth while yet Kt3 rose with life's first dews is wet ; , ' tW'hilehopo most puro ia least confest, BVnd all the virgin in the breast ! iO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 June 1838

-ft CANADA. A correspondent of the Albany Angus, uji dcr date of Watertc-wh, June 13th, stavca-r-that ivhile the steamer Onbida was -tlftit morning passing Wells Island (St. Law tene) Kill Johnson with four men appcar cU'in his long boat, constructed in such a maunor, as to equal the speed of, the best steamboats. . lie. aiiuVhis men ' gave three cheers. It was attempted to bq returned on board of the steamboat, but was supprescd. Johnson then raised from Ws boat the flag of the Sirjttobcrt Peel, and a second timo gave tnicc :hccr,whicjii was also attempted to bo returned by'sc-mb on boatd tho steam boat, but was in a like manner suppressed. Johnson th6n Wade off in his boat towards the head of tho Island. This occurred near the. spot where the "Peel" was burnt. His boat surpasses in speed all others, and ho declares ho will mot be taken alive. McLeod and Frcy, accomplices of Bill are, it is said, at or nJaf Lcwistown, oh the Niagara river. Jfiol. Cummings, of tho U. S. army, Jras a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 June 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TJIUTII -WITHOUT FEAIl - a - - ZTZ-JjZ s.iTuniA jujy: 30, 1838. VI: -x at- r DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR G.OVERNOR : T GEN. DAVID R. PORTER, (OP 1IUNT1NOD0N COUNTY.) Wq aro requested to mention, that the STORES, in this village, will bo closed at 12 o'clock, on Urn FOURTH OF JULY, and wjll hot be. again opened during tho af ternoon and evening of that day. ; SClf thq vriter of a Note, which, wo re ceived through the Post Office, will give us , a personal intcrviow,. his request will bo cheerfully complied w.ith. , Wq dp npt like to. act in buch cascs, without a known au thority. v Schuylkill County J-Jrcct. i The Federal Shinplaster papers havo he'en mlblishimr. for a Week or two, what they call certificates of declination of some tho democratic delegation from ScUylkill countv. to the 4th of July convention at Harrisburg. But the Pottsville Emporium jiises theso ccrtificatd )ial;crs entirely up, , as by a statement in that paper, it appears: that the most of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 June 1838

"WONDERFUL CURES Hajc been performed in this city, ainl throughout the country. MEDICATED SAllSPARILLA. KING a concentrated fluid extract ci Sarspa- rilla. COmbiilPil with ntW vnwliMn Ttriwt nuu.il renucrs u as a medicine of great utility in the ??ra ? "w dhcases arising from the Impurities of ...I. . ." " " ------- ' K.iuij irora inuiscrcuons anil impnidcncics m .III!, and constitntinnfil ill b5'-11! injU(Jicio3 uso of mercury,' nrscnie, bark, or" (i n ouun, iiimii nivaiuauic remedy lor all ' 1 Rheumatic Affections, General Debility, Ulcerous -forcs, White Swellings, Diseases of the Liver and own, Ulcerated sore throat. Ulcer oftho Nose, Ca. i ' Uc, J'10 .(istaw3 oftho Bones, Scrofula or King's .n, Lirsijieias or oi. Anthony's Fire, and all un pleasant and dangerous affections consequent to i'"iu, xiucas venereal, sc, l,r ? cItual has this medicine been in the cure o 13 TariOUS diseases for ivhirh it U nvnmnimiliiil. (hut 5'iH :!- .. .. . " f P.5. 3 "r superceding nil other prepara...

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