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

jOMiMojrn upcu the Altar of God, .tenia! hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.Ti Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IT. WEBB. VoJwsae Iff. t. ' OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Ntxr door 10 Roiiisox's Stage Ofi'ioe. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT mill be published every Saturday morning, at TtP'O DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars . Fifty Cents, if not paid ivilhin theycur. "No subscription will betaken for a shorter pcriou uian six mamas; nor any atscon- linuance permitted, until all arrearages are uiscnargcai 'JtD VER TI SEME NTS not exceeding . a square toy I be conspicuously inserted pi One Dollar for the Jirst three insertions', 'and Tuientii'five cents for event subse quent nse'rtion. CPA liberal discount- made to those wjio advertise by the year. "LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. FARRIERS' WORK FQR OCTOBER. On the Farm. This is the month, as every good Farmer knows, in which all our energies should be put forih, For besi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 October 1838

THE UNiC.6RN. 1 A. . ! ,( t he ro4?.irchcrn or modern naturalists ! Vim 'tally confirming the hlh of what were I once con'Uered the rabies or antiquity. iTIlc ndzoo-dz ui 6r unicorn, one of llio sup porters of the British royal arms, was long ' ... i i :.-.. r .1.- i i 1. uj U3iu in uu an inveuunn oi we neraius, but his at lust been furnished with n "local habitation and rf name." . It is described in Smith's Illustrations of the Zoology of South Afrira, and is possibly a aperies of Rhinoceros. The, account issommvllal In credible: "It appears tliat the Ndzou-dzoo is bv no means rare in MaUoon. It is about the size of a horse, extremely fleet and strong. It has one single horn projecting from its forehead, from twenty-four to thirty inches injenglli This Is flexible when the animal is asleep; it can be curled like the trunK of the elephant, but becomes perfect ly firm and hard when the animal is excited, nnd especially when pursuing an enemy. Its disposition is extremely fierce and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 October 1838

Kfi NEXT LEGISLATURE. The nest L-gislatucc will probably stand us : Senate. , 1 Democrats 13 Wing qml Atitlcs 20 Souse of Representatives Democrats " Srj Whigs ami Antics 4i ilving tlio Democrats a majority offivcon '., ballot unless tho difficulty as to tho omity of Philadelphia defeats the return of , democratic members, ana tieprivcs tpe Lnlo of Pennsplvania of a democratic U.' W Senator. Upon litis subject we give ,t, A Bel. .... i.Thn malnritv of the return nidiics of tho ounty. ten in number, hnviiig'refuscd to rc Icivc'tlie return of thu election in the North ern Liberties, in consequence of some irreg- tarity in making ttte return or mo aevumn Waid.repurted the democratic eamliuates foi Senate ana Assommy as uuiy cier.teu. n. miiinritv. coiiMMini! ot seven, eertilietl j the election ot the Whig menhers. Three .1 i.irn ,int,rps nf the 'Third CoilLTCGS- biial Disirnl. refusing 1 receive the returns ,f flits Northern Liberties, certified UioUec :,.,w.f nuAtit.v.s J. Inochsoli,:...

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

COlTStJMFTXOlT. f GADER, if you liavo a cough or cold beware WJ&j of their consequences. Colds generally pro uuco imperceptibly, ahd insinuate themselves throughout tlio human system, finally settling "upon tho lungs, and ending in consumption. A WORD TO paUents. IIow often' is youth cut down when least expect 'eJ by tho consumption, and followed tdthcir graves 'fjy parents who aro, in a measure the cause or their premature, death, 1n neglecting taremcdy colds when oristingln childhotjd, looking upon themes trifling tuTectiotis, and not "infracting tlfeir notice until the destroyer has 'cbrnmenced its work and mado sure jof its victim. This is not ft fanciful representation, for daily numerous instance occur which prove the net. In rrianhooil colds terminate in the Runic way, but do not progress so rapidly as in youth; they should, however, in both youth and manhood, be. early at tendon to, and not regarded as trifling affections, for it is a delusive idea that has shortencd'tho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 October 1838

MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; Volume I?. BliOOMSBUKGf ''COIiOTmiA (DOMTY, PA. SATIHS-iPAY", OCTOBER 27, 1838" ; Wumiifer br. . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, 'Next door to Romson's Stage Orncc. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Suturduy morning, at TWO DOLLARS per a'finum, payable 'half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars fyty Cents, if not paid tuithin the year. "No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ( "AD VER TISEilENTS not exceeding a square will, be 'conspicuously inserted At One Dollar for the first three insertions and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertlon. Id" A liberal discount made to those wlo alvcrlise by the year. LETTERS, addressed on, business', must be post paid. AGRICULTURAL. From llio Gennessco Famlcr. WHEAT WORM; No apology can bo necessary for introdu cing this subject so frequently into ,tlio col urns of the Farmer. The extent of the in terest ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 October 1838

nLOOMSflURO. PA. JSAfVltbAY, OCTOBEll 27. jlGRICtJIiTURAXi, "For the GolumMa Democrat. Mr. Phimtcr. In my communication on the subject of cultivating vines, I promised to notice the subject of domestic manufactures, &c -Ftcparatory to manufacturing, it becomes T.ccersary to possess tlie real'-material or commodity., '-'the subject of this Article wil therefore be the consideration of -the ways end means ofbeing-so in posseesion. As a preface to that subject, let me re mark, that the establishment of an Agricul tural Society, as recommended by a lale contributor to your columns, would'-tend greatly to facilitate the result at whiob. wish to arrive. In any rcrh&rks I may make on the'sbb ject of Domestic Manufactures, I wislrto'be correctly understood, and .therefore give-a general outline "of my creed no w'; reserving the proof of fts being founded in fact, for a future occasion, if necessary. I believe that an extensive Commerce tends to the prosperity of the United States, a...

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

THE COLU-UIUA. DLM0C1UT.. MWJii.ii', ocTonr.it in, laas. tJr elections The official returns from tins State have have not all been received, but miflleient is known, however, to warrant the belief tha Porter's majority will not fairtnuch short o ten thousand. The Amendments have carried by a ma-t joritv of more than 0000. 230,000 voles wem given for anil against them. I lie wes nobly come to ihe rescue, and'overpowe'red the aristocratic tote of the east. OHIO: Ohio hail done nobly. The deniocricy of that state have triumphed, by electing their Governor, (Shannon,) a majority of rnembero of Congress, and a majority of both branches of the State Legislature", thus securing the clcclionof a democratic United Slates Senator from that State. NEW JERSEY, In this State, the whigs, by their hoqtis poeus management iti throwing out of tlie oount, tho votes of two or threo democratic districts, have succeeded in securing to themselves a majoiity of the Stale Legisla ture, and of course will e...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 October 1838

Km EADER, if you h.ivo a coilgli or cold beware M&i of their consequences. Colds generally pro duce imperceptibly, anil insinuate themselves inrongiiout the hunyui pyslem, nnany seining upon the lungs, and ending in consumption. a ivonn to rAiusftrg. How often is youth cut down when least expect c3 by the consumption, and followed to their graves by parents who are in n measure tho causo of their premature death, in neglecting to remedy colds when existing in childhood, looking upon them as trifling 'affections, and riot attracting their notice until the destroyer fyas commenced its work and mndo "suro of its victim. J Ins is not a funcmu representation, 'for daily numerous instances occur which provo the oct. . In manhood colds terminate In tho snmc way, hut 'do not progress so rapidly as in youth; they should) Jiowevcr, in both youth and manhood, bo early at tenden to, and .not regarded as trifling affections, for it is a delusive idea that has shortened the lives of thousands...

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

r . Trrer , . , nrr- - ,,. -gn-r, , 1 "I liato sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form or Tyranny over tho mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISlIED,BY H. WEBB. ZZZZZI Volume Iff BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CJOUNTT, FA. SATFEDAT, NOVEffllBER 3, iSSSo Wumbcir '28. V . ... 1 i -a -r", r-i n- i gsaa; r, OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next boou to Romson's Staoi: Ofiice. 'ric 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 bclakch 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 nserlwn. C3 A liberal discount made to lhosefwho advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, inust be post paid...

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

nLoosiafcuim pa. - SATURDAY, AHfVEMBER 3. THE CONSTITUTION, the amendments have carried, As wo 'publish the following Schedule of the New rv ....... A '. uuuamiiuoii, as every one snouiu now ue rome well acquainted with its provisions. SCHEDULE. ri :.t Do inconvenience may arise .from the (iterations and amendments in the Cnn stiiution of this Commonwealth, and in 'o'r- ucr to cary tne same into complete opera tion, it is hereby declared and ordered that 1. All. laws of this Commonwealth in force at the time when tho said alteration and amendments in the said t?o'nstiint!nn shall take effect, and riot irfconfeTstent thcre- vrih', -anti all right?, prosceut'inos, ecitons, tlsims and "contracts", as well of individuals as of bodies corpora to shall continue as if toe saiu alterations anu amenaments had not ucen made. int.- i ,? , . ii. i iiu auerauons anu amenaments m the said Constitution shall take effect from the first day of January, eighteen hundred anu tinrty-mne, III. The claus...

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

"TROTH W1TH0C? TKAu SJtrvnD.iY, j'OtEMBin a, isas. MILITARY. Wo were highly gratified on Saturday ninmt with n vioit fmm lhf linnvilln l.ltrhl Infantry Compihy, under the command of .Captain, BestA Tho soldierlike appearance nd correct , discipline displayed by, them in their military movements, . was highly jcreditabla to the officers ahd merribere of that company'. NEW JERSEY. Tho Legislature of New Jersey convened on t'ridav Hie 20th ult. and elected William Pennington, Governor of that Stale. A contest is pending before the Legislature, in relation to the candidates for Congress, tho democratic majorities in one or( tjWo districts id tho county of Cumberland having been tluown out by the feds. ILLINOIS. The Vandalia Register affirms, in oppo sition to the federal statements, that the state of parties in the State Legislature is as fol lows: Senate Democrats 20, Federalists 20. House Democrats 47,tFcderalisls 43. , There being a. tie in the Senate, Colonel Anderson, (dem.) the Li...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 November 1838

GOlTStfMPTIOlT. I EADER. if you have n cough or cold beware V&j of their consequences. Cold' generally pro- iluco imperceptibly, and insinuate themselves throughout Iho human system, finally settling upon 'tho lung?, fend ending in consumption. A WOIID TO PARENTS. How often is youth cut down when least expect d by tho consumption, nnd followed to their graves "by parents who nro in a measUro the causo of their premature death, in neglecting to remedy colds when existing in childhood, looking upon thorn as trilling affections, and not attracting their notico until tho destroyer has commenced its work und made sure of its victim. This is not a fanciful representation, for daily numerous instances occur which prove tho act. In manhood, colds terminate in the same way, but do not piogress so rapidly as in youth; they should, however, in both youth and manhood, bo early nt tendon to, and not regarded as trifling affections, for it is a delusivo idea that has shortened the lives 6f th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1838

THE RAT. unlit i t. . t S ii'' , rt ; n ' i , . . T . 1. 1 : I liavo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Wind, of Mail." Thomas Jcflereon. PIUNTED Atfb PUBLISHED BV II. WEBBl Volume It. ' feliOOMSiSijiiGJ-, COLUMBIA boVNTT, i?A. SATIIXtllAY ffdlHESaiBER 10, 1838. Number 39. nmiifro nn rmrt Titt arnnn Alt urriun w r iiiu iuiuuvjulii INK XT DOOR TO 1V0M30N 3 OTAOK UFFICli. f 1 ') tE&MS : , .., tTAe COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Aatfaday morning, at .TWO D OLL4R.S per "annum, payable half yearly in advarf.e, or) Two Dollars , Fifty Cents, if not paid within tilt year. 'No .suuscripfionw'itl e taken for a shorter ftyriout(iqn sip mom nsj, nor any mcon tXr.uanc.eJpermittetU iinlU'all arrearages are discharged. 'ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at tOnc Dollar for Jhe first thrcc.inscrtions, tand Twenty-five cents fpr every subse quent nsertion $pA liberal (discount made to those wfio advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1838

ffte G j. s',u to Jo with if.o ;.riv.'fi- Vru, whether to Ml us on tl.o a'po't or apnrd ir live', he enmo to tho conclusion thai there Intel been Blood enough shed, mid as t' the men theyliad lost, it wn tho fatu of war anil wo must be taken mid adopted in to the fnmilic3 of those whom wo had killed; wc were tlien divided amongst them accord ing to ths number tjf fires; packs were pre pared for us, und they relumed across the iver nt tho Big Island in bark ratines; they ihen mnde their wny acr053 the hills, and cametoPhio Creek, above the first forks, which they followed np to third fork, mid trtok the most northerly branch to the head of it, and thence to tho waters of the Gen V.iee river. After two days travel down the Genesee river, wo caino to. a place called Via Pigeon Woods, where n great number tif Iiidi.m families, old and young, had come to catch young pigeons; there wo met a par ty of about forty warriots, on their way to tho frd:rtier' settlement!!; they encanipted "soma ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1838

On (he 23 till., llit friends' cf D. .Id" R. porter, celebrated, in Huntingdon county, whore he resides, his triumphant election. The most soul-stirring enthusiasm distin guished the whole proceedings. Tho Ad vocate says : " Early on the morning of the 2Gth tlto democracy of the cijunlyl.the neighbors of General Porter those "who fyiow him" .were seen rushing in from every quarter ; each compnnyby;iring aloft its rcapfcctjyo ban'nbr some badge of triumph some )es timonial of honest wiitth. And., . ere noon, our town was more elfectdhy ja,nmed than tee had ever before seen ,il than, wc be lieve, it had ever been on any occasion." The Mtmicipalities.of New Orleans .have now under consideration an'ordinance to pre vent the introduction of freo persons of eol .otir into thai city.. Wo inter from an nvli ,'clu in tfio llep. that tio o,r,diapce, which will ..be very strifci in u provisions', will become a law. , We may form aornq idea , of. the popula tion of Texas by the fact, that five ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 November 1838

urn, i iuiiuitijixcuxja'ii, n ,i i,m' oyijjtjjtMin.Jujt.iii fjt EADER, If you havo a coOgh or cold beware Ji dt tticir contfaquenccs. Uolds generally pro ducts Imperceptibly, ntij insinuate themselves throughout the human system, finally settling lipoh ho lungit, and ending in consumption. X iVOHD tO ikABBXTS. How often la voutli cut down when least expect- Wl by the cohiurriptirfi, and followed to their graves iy parents whd are in a measure the cause of their Wcmnture iWth. in nealectine t.o remedv colds when existing in childhood, lookirVg "upon th'em na trifling 'affections, Ind nrft attracting 'their notice ufttil tho destroyer has commenced its work and made cure luf its victim. This 'is not a fanciful representation", or daily huttoro'ts instan'ecs occur which prove tho firt. In minh&dd cotds terminate in the same way, but Jio not progress so rapidly as in youth; they should, however, in loth youth and manhoodt be early at enden to, and not regarded as trifling affections...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 November 1838

avcornoU the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny, Vtovcr the Wind of Mau.-.Thomas Jcflcr.on, printed and published by ir. webim n nwT.'inp. nv Tins TiPMnrnAT itfx doouto Romson's Staok Office fee OOWMBIA DEMOCRAT loill be 'published every Saturday morning, at l yv jjuijIsjiho per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Wij ny cents, if not paid withm the year. subscription will betaken for a shorter uriod than six months : nor ami discon- nuance permitted until all arrcarcrkes Wtrt discharged. VERTISEMENTS not exceeding a juare will be conspicuously inserted at ne Dollar for the first three insertions. nd Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. ICI'4. liberal discount ade to those who alvcrllse by tjie year. TTERS addressed on business, must e post paid. F;om the Asiatic Journal. HUMAN FOOD. 'Men man is considered with reference to his intellectual part, it.is not with- reson that lie is tyled by ShaRespear, "beauty of the world the parag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 November 1838

iiluri or wounded'P.nder liim two-thirds of' lhe officers, and, porliaps of the soldiers, uhd their clothes pierced with halls, find Mint a tenth part of the army wor'o wound ed. Tliirjy housand Russians nnd ten thousand Poles were left on the field of bat tre rank upon rank layproslrato upon the eattlt and the forest of elders was so strewed with bodies that it received, from that day he name bY trie 'Tforcst of the dead.' The Czar heard with dismay, and all Europe with astonishment, that the crosser of the Balkan had been foiled under the Walls of "VVafsi'w; XTlvmv companion snid.'th'e cannon tidinc was terrible. Crowds of citizens of tooth sexes and all ages, wero assembled on the spot w'iere we stood earnestly watching me progress of the battle, sharing in all its vicissitudes, in tho highest state of excite ment, as the clearing up of the smoko show ed. when. the Russians or Poles had lied; described the entry of the remnant of th Polish armv into Warsaw as sublime an iernbic;h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 November 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TUUTU W1TH0CT TEAll JB2aS!BSMi!E(B 3 S.ITUlib.tY, JVOYEMltEIt 17, 1838. CANADA. The troubles in Canada We again com menced. The Patriots have arisen in con "siderable numbers in different sections or he country, and some fighting has already lieen had, which lias resulted against the Patriots. Although the Patriots appear to 'have an organized opposition to the Gov ernment, yet we do not think, from all a'c courils, that 'they have any 'chance of suc 'cess. The 'revolution will undoubtedly soon be quelled, and hanging,, banishing and 'fleeing from the country will again be the 'consequence. , NEW YORK ELECTION. Contrary to the expectations of every one, the election in the State of New York has gone for th6 Whigs. They have elect ed their Governor, Lieut. Governor, a. ma jority of tho members of Congress, and a majority of the house of Representatives, but tho Democrats have still a majority of the Senate. BREACH IN THE CANAL. We understand that a very seriou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 November 1838

COITSTTMFTIOH. TPS EAD12R, If vou have a couch or cold bewara .tofe of their coii9crjucnccs. Colds Generally pro- 'Ju.ce imperceptibly, and insinuate themselves i , throughout tlio human system, finally (witling upon- tho lungs, .and ending in consumption. A WORD TO PARENTS. llW Often la voUth cut down when icast expect- i f& by the consumption, and follow cd to their graves py parents who aro 111. a measure uio cause oi iiicir prmnaturo death, in neglecting to remedy colds when oxisting In childhood, .locking upon jhem ns trifling affections, and not p.ltracfitig tlicir notice until tho destroyer has commenced its work and made auto uffls victim. This is not a fanciM representation, or daily numerous instances occur which provo tho fact. In manhood colds terminate in .the peine way, but do not progress so rapidly as in youth; they should, however, in both youth and manhood, be early at tenJon to, and not regarded js trifling affections, fax it is a delusive idea that Kta shorte...

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