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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1838

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT r-r-i ' t , i , , I, , , sgs I have sworn upon the Altar of God, ctcmal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Wind o'f Man." Thomas Jefferson'. jpRlNTEb AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. ... -I . . , . . m - .... .i - ; 1 . i ., ., ... . .,... , , , , , ,, Volume II. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULV 7, 183S; IVunWcr 11. ' ,, , .,. - .... . . , , . . . . . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, TTfexIr booh to Robison's Stauk OrticE. 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. JJtfo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages ire discharged. 'ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a squa'fe will be conspicuously inserted at Unc Dollar for the first three insertions, 'and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent 'tisertion.. iCfA liberal discount made lb those idhb adv...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1838

r most certainly he shall bo your compan n till morning." The abolitionfSt threatened, raved, and axed, hilt :il I u-'rt'hld not dn the landford as ihexorablo, ho was determined to make 3 lodger practice what he preached, and e crest fallen abolitionist was compelled take his place along side. of his soolv iend, where he lay till morning, enduring clinp'3 that cannnt bfi ilesr.rilipil. Tin w.-is ept In a continual state of restlessness thro' n wnnm nnini rnnninnrr iciii'o iimiiifiri. es, and keeping the negro's Woolly head nt of his face. Ho rose at the dawn of ay, vhile his comrade, "all in black," mi aimim lruu uuin an uiu iib-ii caiiiu ares of life, was enjoying "the honey eavy defy of slumber," called for his bill nd left the town. The lecture was con- cnuentlv "indefinitelv nostnoned." Bill related, with great importance, tho liatinguished honor conferred on hlnS, by he comfort is not so much to be desired, nml llfwl n 'cfroniotif Kul li-rC Ant liniirnifni POI,ITICAIi. GOV. RIT...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1838

PJIE COLUMBIA. JIEMUUKiYT "rncTii without vr.ati MKMOCRATIC NOMINATION V FOR GOVERNOR: JEX. BAYID I?. PORTEI, (or ituNTixruoN countv.) v.. J 1., . ANNIVRRSAKY CRLEBUATION. 4th of jfu'ly, .183.8... . n pursuance of previous .arrangements rge concourse of c'li-ieiis from- this and adjoining township?, a's-scmblcd at tlio Imuso of C. Djriebler, in Bloomsburg, at an ttarly hoOr iutlie morning, lo celebrate this knniversary of Mir National Independence. Jfl 1 1 o'clock, a procession was formed, Leaded hy the Washington Guards, Blooms burg Rangers, and Bloomsburg Artillery, find proceeded to the Presbyterian meeting isc, where, after a prayer .by the Rev. .Drake,llio reading of the Declaration of independence by W. G. Hurley, Esq. and nipraycr in German, by the Rev. Mr. Tobi as! an ejoquont and patrjofic address was delivered by the Rev. Air. Toby, which was listened to by a crowded audience with reat interest and gratification. The servi ces were then, closed' by a prayer by the 'Rev. Mr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 July 1838

NVONDEBPUYi CURES Have been performed in this city, and throughout the country. fcR. LEIDY'S MEDICATED SARSPAIlULA. EI1S0 a rinccntratcJ fluid extract of Sarspa t rilln. pnnihined with Dthcr vegetable extracts. which renders it as a mcdicino of great utility in the cure of all diteuies arising from the impurities of the blond from indiscretions anil impr'udenci'cs in jifc, and constitutional diseases formed Or produced the injudicious use of mercury, arsenic, bark, or uininc. In short, it is un invaluable remedy for all 1 Rheumatic Affections, Gcncrul Debility, Ulcerous Sores, White Swellings, Diseases of the Liver and Skin, Ulcerated sore throat, Ulcers of the Nose, Ca ries of the diseases of the Bones, Scrofula or King's JJvil, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, und all un pleasant and dangerous affections consequent to Syphilis, Lucas Venereal, '&. 'So cficcttml has this medicine been in the cure of various disenscs for which it is recommended, that !t is far superceding all o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1838

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. I have sworn upon tjic 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. BILOODISBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1838. Number 12. o. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next dooii to Romson's Stage Office. TEEMS: The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Satutday morning, at , TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half, yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription loill betaken 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, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. $CFA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POLITICAL,. From the Ilarrisburg Reporter. OFFICIAL PR...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1838

1 nor being to some extent a key to the inte rior, a neat shuplicity is an important char acteristic in lire dress of all Indies, and cs nccially married biies. Every young wife may have a modest and delicate lutsb.aiiu,. and in order to do this, he must first havo a nodest and delicate wife. She is his. polar Star, to which (whethor he so confesses or not) he looks for a safe and happy courso in his sublunary voyage f life. She may not indeed transform him in a day or a week, nor is it certain that he will not bo too stub born In nature to acknowledge her as the author of that reform, but under an afl'oc tiOnato and prudent course, is not the less certain on that account to its accomplish ment for if she persevere, she must ultimate ly succeed,. Wo husband, who has any claim to the name can withstand it, and though he may be destitute of some of the finer feelings of the man, must finally be overcome by the exercise of a true delicacy of thought, feeling and language rif thes Sof t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1838

. THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TIlfTII WI'M'(irT Ftnll " siTtrnn t .tufjV i i, lisaS'. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION" FOR GOVERNOR : GEN. DAVID IS. POUTER, ' (or HUNTINGDON COUNTY;) . Our neighbor, the Register, rejoices over Mvlint lie very innocently denominates, a i" defentof tlie latest alid last, effort of tlie Unost extravagant and heartless atlmii'iatra tion," toropcnl the deposit act of 1830. 'What a consistent set of fellows these .whigs are ; yon can not please them tho best way you can. fix it. '. When the act referred to was passed, the whole clan of the oppo sition from one end of the Union to the oth- nr. dnnnnnt!('(l it. n; llin sum nrrsocrn nf tlie total destruction of our liberties, by concen trating tho power of the- .sword and the .purse in tho hands of ono man ; but now, when a' repeal is proposed, al-' though at their suggestion, the same heart Jess' cry is again rahed. No matter what measures are proposed" by the friends of the administration, for the safe keeping of the pu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 July 1838

VoNDERFUL CURES nave uicn verjormea m tins cuy, find throughout the country. MEDICATED SAR'SPARILLA. 'TOEING a concentrated fluid extract of Sarspa "jEJP rilla, combined with other vegetable, oxtracts, which renders it ns a medicine of great utility in the cure of all diseases arising from the impurities of the blood from indiscretions and imprudencics In life, and constitutional diseases formed or produced by the injudicious use of mercury, arsenic, bark, or quinine. In snort, it is an invaluable remedy for all tthcum'itte Affections, Gcncrul Debility, Ulcerous Sores, White Swellings, Diseases of tho Liver and Skin, Ulcerated soro throat, Ulcers of tho Nose, Ca ries of tho diseases of tho Bones, Scrofula or King's Evil, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, und all un pleasant and dangerous affections consequent to Svphilis, Lucas Venereal, &. So effectual lias this medicine been in tho euro of various diseases for winch it is recommended, that St is far superceding ull other prepa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1838

I liWvo swuru upon Hie Altar of (Jod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AJND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume If. BSiOOBIfcBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SAOTEDA, JU&IT 21, 1S38. Number 13 OFFICE OF THE DEMO CHAT, Next door to Romson's Stage Orvici:. iTJTr'.-o.'M'Pt ; The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be 'published cvdry Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fif ty Cents, if not paid within Jhe year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six rionths; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertlon. ICT liberal discount made, to those v.'ho rtivt.rlisc by the year. LETTERS addressed 'on business, must be post paid. I EADER, if vou havo a cough or cold beware ttt, of their conse...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1838

Saturday, Jul, 21, 1838. The Privileges ami ItcxpotirtbiHties of the 'AMERICA PEOPLE, AW ORATltiW, Delivered at the. Presbyterian Church, SfcloomsTiii&,Pa. July4, 1888, Bx Tai ' Rev. WltLlAM TOtfEY. Friends and fellow citizens. It has cvor been customary in all coun tries to eclobralo very important events in their history, by annual festivals. The American people, in compliance With tliis ancient arid universal usage, devote to joy and gratitude the dayon which, by the voice of their representatives assembled in the capital of this elate, they renounced the dominion of Britain, and. claimed a .place among the nations of the earth. An event of greater moment in tho annals of this continent, it wp.'tfld. perhaps be impossible to, uesignate. un tnat uay a great empire spang.into beingnann a vast terutory be. came, the enfranchised homo of uncoiinl ed millions. The consequences of that event, even during the sixty-tw6 years which are now elapsed, have been immensely great, not only...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1838

bit. . -r -' .:, . Mlu limn it lm tVCV JohC it will continuo to preserve a Ariel ami tXc-hjtnpUtJttnymeMt by tltt -lliai II win mum-I r;,.,, , iihuii(iuiiu uuur.z. , . mfltn iniinn nPnll ifs narts in n in nrine n cs of 1 s-COVOrnmcni in uiw their purity nnd vigor, and thus go on to nourish, till the end or time, tho terror of ty rants, and tho hope, tho solace, the guide, and tho nssylum of the oppressed. Let us hopo that this day will continue to bo celebrated by millions, beneath tho folds of tho star shangled banner not only throughout Iho states now embraced in our Union, but throughout many more hereattcrto bo form ed on the shores ot the Oregon and the West' cm Ocean, so long as the summits of Alle ghany shall mingle with the heavens, or the waters of tho Susquehanna sweeps onward to the ocean. Oh, how pleasing is it to look forward even to the close of this century, when a dnso population shall swarm in these nii:ua ntturahmnd lltesd mountains, and contemplate tho thousands w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 July 1838

an oteAT.foar, Y Doct. THOMAS W. MINER, , Delivered at a Dernocralic Celebration, at tPHkcsbarrc, Luzerne Co. Julyi, 1838. ' Hail, auspicious day! consecrated to National Independence and the Liberties of the people! Fellow Citizhns: , The annual celebration of this day, by every demonstration of respect and joy, far from being a mere pleasing and idle pastime, I regard as a momentous duty which should be cherished as a matter of sacred obliga tion. It not only commemorates tho deeds of our fathers in defence of frodom, but it should also bo considered as an annual re newal of the oatli on our part on tho part of the whole people on the altar of liber ty, before Heaven and earth, of our un changeable hatred to tyranny our undy ing respect for the worthies of tho Revolu tion, who achieved for us the rich blessings wo. enjoy and our firm resolve, live or die, to defend the great catisc of popular rights, assail them who dare, and come tho danger from what quarter it may. Freedom is to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 July 1838

wjiocrat. m imiiT iii.uTiii:.iiiiiuiiiiriiiMiwimi 'I ' " " ' i izSSZT- , '' ' ' ' J Hftvo sworn upon tho Altar of God, denial hostility to vcry form of Tyranny over tlic Mind of Mau.' Thomas Jefferson. .. r. i", -. ' . . - - . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume II. ; BliOOMSBUTCG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JU2.1T 28, 1838. , lYninbcr 14- OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT,. Next doou to Roiuson'b SrAOfc Office. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at iTlrU HULL Jilt's per annum, puyaum half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid luithin the year. a MibxtriDlion will be taken for a shorter period.thun six months ; nor any discon-i linuance pcrmuieu, umu 6u arc discharged. ,1D VERTI SEME NTS not exceeding a gonaUe terni square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first threainsertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. , XCF A liberal discount made to those who a'ivrrtisc by the year. LETTERS addressed ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 July 1838

POLITICAL. 8 JFrom the Huntington Advocate. SAMUEL STURGEON'S Base perjury resorted to, to injure and break down tlio democratic' candidate!!! The old barbarian weapons of reckless fed eralism, vainly wielded against SIMON SNYDER, burnished anew, arid now at tempted to bo used against DAVID It. POltTJEU, in the, present death struggle of federal aristocracy!!!! The minds of our officeholders, stimula ted by tho certain prospect of signal defeat, in the invention of falsehoods, really appear to be as oxhaustless as thesprings that sup ply tho ocean. To such a towering height ol enormity had they lately reached, that we. really thought they could possibly get no further. Bui it seems ",tho end is not yet!" I he last two numbers of tho office-hol-ders' Journal contain a paper purporting to bo an affadavit, made, by onb Samuel Slur- 'geori, before David Snare, Esq.,- deputy Collector of the pqjft, and lately appointed a Justice of tlio Peace by Gov. Ritner, which for bold and daring fal...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 July 1838

v.. THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TllUTII WITHOUT FEAll R3TVItn.1V, JTUfjVZS, 1838. ' DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR: , GEN. DAVID R. SORTER. (OF HUKTINCD'o'N COUNTY.) Sturgeon's .Ifliiilavit, It is contrary to our wishes and our feel , ings to publish violent personal articles, they generally do more hurt than good to any party ; but our opponents have made use of such base and unrighteous means to destroy the reputation of the tfistingureed individual, (D. II. Porter,) whom' the dc mocratic party have selected as their candl ilale for Govcrnor,and in whose support-we are of course engaged, that we are compelled to deviate,' in some, instances, from the course wo had marked out for our editorial career. Of this character is the article, in another column, from the Huntington Ga zette, in relation to Sturgeon's affidavit. A more gross and wanton pe'rversion of truth was never before promulgated .under oath, and circulated with such eclat, by the' " all the decency party," than is cont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 July 1838

From tlio Harrisb(irg Reporter tibVERNOWS PROCLMMTtOX. In tho namo and liy tli4 grace Of him, who wields tho golden mace, To all tho friends of toleration, I, Joseph, send this Proclamation, Whigs, Arities, Democrat, and"all, JIavo dosed the doors of Congress Hall, . And homeward gone, with haggard faces, To gain a respite frm tnc'r to,H Or equalled down at wat'ring places. To drown all thought of Banks and broils". Thus brolcn up, unhorsed, disbanded, It falls on mo to take tho ring, To cuff tho hydra single himdeil. To beat hira down and clip his sting, . Como then my worthies, " toe tho mark," And whilst wo speak let no dog bark". Last night whikt sitting rather late, Just cooling off the cares of state. Which keep me 6inco this hot month sot in, In a muck of constant sweating, My trusty 8amuel, faithful blackman, Ushered in dear little S n, Who fresh from '' town" had come express, To tell me, o'er a printer's guess Could spread the news both far and wide, Tho hobby I could moun...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 August 1838

I hate sworn tipon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to tvery form 0f i yranny over the Wind of 7,Ian.TI.c-uM Jeffon,. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume 1J. OFFICE OF THE' DEMOCJIAT, Nuxt door to RouisoN'a Stage Offick The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published evtnj Saturday morning, at Tird DOLL All H per annum, payable half yearly in udv'unce, 6r Two Dollars rijty Vents, tf not paid within the year, lro 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 ue conspicuously inserted at WJ Uoltarjor the first, three insertions and Twenty-five cents for every subs6 quent nserlion. c?" A' liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. ( GADER, if you have a cough or col'd' beware of their consequences. Lolds generally pro- doce imperceptibly, and insinuate themselves throughout tlio human sys...

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

POLITICAL,. From the Alnrricin Sr-ntinel. THE NEXT GOVERNOR. . The peoplo of Pennsylvania will ug called upon, in October next, to vole for Josinui tfliTNr.n, or David .H.Tbhixn, aa Governor lor the next'thrco ycars; Joseph Ritner camo into public life as a'deinocrat ; .in tho contest for the presidency at the close of Mr. Monroe's administration, he was first a 7.cal Jous supporter of General Jac'kson, after wards rested awhilo on the fence with a foot on each sjdc, and 'finally, it is supposed, voted for Mr. Adams. Almost as sfoon as the infectiono'f political aniimasonry had crossed over New York, ho became a vio lent advocate of that'" fanatical patty, atten ded several county, state and national con ventions for the purpose 'of promulgating their sentiments, denouncing the members of the masonic institution, and organizing a new nofitlcal. party, Youndod exclusively in opposition tohiasonry. More recently he lias become an open and avowed Abolition ist. .... . Tho democratic' c...

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

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCKAT. "TnnTU without nun " S.lTUUUJir, AUGUST, 1838. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVEimqU : GEN. DAVID U. POUTER, (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) DcJcgatc ftBccthag. The Democratic Electors of Columbia County, will meet at their respective places of holding the General Elccliqn, on SAT URDAY, the fir3t day of September ensu ing, betweon the hours 'of 3 and G o'clock in the afternoon, and elect TWO DELE GATES, in each election district, to meet at the house of Ea,nlcl Gross, in Blooms burg, on Monday, the 3d day of September, to form a Ticket to bo supported by the Democratic party at the ensuing General Election HUGH MoELRATII, Standini WM. J. IKELER, SEBASTIAN IIOWER, July 30, 1838. Dominations'. Mr. Webb, You will gratffy a wish expressed by many of your friends in this section, if you vill publish tho name of SEBASTIAN IIOWER, of this township, as a candidate for Auditor of Columbia county, lie is a democrat of the old school, and every way qualified for the station, and i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 August 1838

, . W03IAJV M the Cross and Tomb qfiht Saviour. " Last at his tross, and earliest at his gwo.u She wept beneath his cros, Tyhen nil bc-lde Forsook him when a trembling seised the earth, When terror shook the nations far nnd.wide. And from their graves the buried dead came forth. Sho wept beneath his cross when Jear(ws rife, Like flowers that bowed but broke not with the strife. Sho followed to his-tombViusd saw him laid, Even as mortal, in tho darkening dust; With streaming eyes his restingplaco surveyed, Dut never failed a moment in her trust That Uo would burst his bonds again and rise, Amidst rejoicing angels, to the skies. Bhe. otood besldo his grave, ere the first light Of morning shone upon 'the dew-charged flowers The seal was gone, the guard was put to flight, Anil ileatti, the tyrant that the earth devours, O'crcome her Saviour could his sting destroy And how she wept! aye, wept again for joy! Oh, woman I ever thus forsako Him not, ... And He shall not forsake thecMIo shall...

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