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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 November 1838

i Ua'v swum ti'pou the Ahar Of God, eternal hostility to eery form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. 7 PRINTED AND PUNISHED BY It. WEBlf. COIiUMBIA FA0 SAUKLBAT- NOVEMBER S49 i838a IVuitilicr 31 K OFFICE OF THE PEiUOCKAT, '7 mr.VMllTA DEMOCRAT will be "pubUx''l civr? Saturday morning, at y'l'FO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yarn in'wtiance, or- Tibo Dollars fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. pmod tliin six-months; iiQr any' discon jhiuancr permitted, until dl arrearages are disdulrged. ll) VDR TI SEME NTS not Exceeding a squar? will oc cotiijiicuvusly inserted at Uite Uullurfor the first three insertions, and TwcnhftVc vents for cbcry unbse nitcnl nserlwn. BCP.'a liberal. .discount I made to those wjw a lvcrtisc by the yepr. LETTERS add'rcsml on business, must be post paid. mgomafSjEfirs taO THE MOOiY. In she last number of tllo Monthly dhron- le, we find, tome statements drawn from Ironomiral observations, which nnist he uite new' to those who hjivo hithe...

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. — 24 November 1838

BLooJWnuno. PA. SATURDAY, A'O VEHtiER S4. The insurrection in Canada having as Bumt'd a Wmfdabfc aspect, wo Have cfillect ed from our exchango papers, a synopsis of tho Events tltat liave transpired in that quar ten T hoy will bo found full of interest. , INSURRECTION IN CANADA. A second rebellion has broken out in Lnwcr Canada, under a,n organisation which is mote extensive than that of last winter. Already has tho desolating career of war be'en rtlarljetl by atrocities on Both Bides; And thci'e can bo no doubt that hundreds of lives Avill be sacrificed before it results eilh ct in success or suppression. Appearances up to the present time, howev'cit$ccm to indi cate that the "Patriots" will bo subdued. Il litis been said that a conspiracy had been formed on this side the line, in which, -i,-000 personfe wcte engaged. It is but jus tice to our citizens and to the honor and neutrallity of this country, as a member of the great family Ot nations, to state, that however great may be t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 November 1838

MUtlSnjj.'" 1 ' '1 ." "J. ' '"" ' twtfe&al r mtiT nnn MDit tinin n "rnrrii '!"'ot" Kah To CorlitKsi'dtoimBi A " Journey to Ihc Tabiarack Stvamp'1 is received, un'd shall appear Id bur hcAti filXTStlAi 53in'co mlf last vc liavo r'ocelv'eu n budget tof news from. Canada. Although tii'e sia'te tnents of'the viirions transntitioiiri arc tori- "tradie'tatorv. vttheV all d?ee-,ilmln Woody 'sanguinary war is beiiii'; carried bn b'fetweci' tlie Royalists arid Patriots I'd tin Extent thai almost slackers belief ButcVefV, burnilW .hnd devastation, appears to be trie 'dider of the day hv both rlai'lies lhe bath of eiibh .traoked by blood, and. lighted liy tile iilrld blaze of dwellings; The ttoyaiiatS rilhrd'er- ,ing and burning vVhcrecvcr the" find tiny resistance from tlio putnnt.it and the patriots taking revenge bv cblntn'lting like atfti of 'i . . ... ,t".!., .1 i .Lit. i uevastaiion. unuer wieic circumsianres what will be ihc fate of the ptribts time nlone cun determine Believing tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 November 1838

Y. Prospectus Tfor a weakly newspaper to la published n) CMum bus, Luzerno county, Pa., under the namn of tho LUZERNE & COLUMBIA REPORTER. . . " - ' ....... VI HIV luiltl MVIV UUKU1L' nwu T T. 1MIIM Mltl LUD .1,11.11 IflU Ul J UUULJB iiriiL'IB'HI. Will I , r.fl TTnMiiwwl liw ihn wAitn na T- C. . . ... .... wiutii iuu iiuuucni principles oi un; llliruiU fill -..ill L v..--.! 'T'1... 1 , . r .1 i! numsirnuon 01 uensrai jtc&son, win ur.a ft ready j . 'defence inl the columns of our paper, nntl present -.J ma-jenai jioaiiniatrauan, mu nna iu our columns aa reauy aa advocacy. , Though we shall at &U times aim at n temperate .count, yet wo shall never shrink fiom bii unequivo cal arid, tearless expression of oUr .views upon the grat topic which may at ony tiir.o estate otir coun try. Tai Rcro&Txn will bo of the clze of ohr largest jbountry papers. The first number will boissued us soon ca a oufficient number of subscribers shall bo obtained td warrant the undertaking. To f...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1838

'.'.IV AAA t T Uvlf A I i I have sivorn upoh the Altnr of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Ma'n.'Thoraas j'efferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB1 Volume EE. I51L,ddMISBURO, COOJMBIA COUNTY, 3? A. SATURDAY DECEMBER 8', 1838 Wumlicr 33 OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT; Next iJdon to Roihson's Staok OfcncE. fhttiOLUMltfJl D$jWCRAT will be ' ptiolUhed every Saturday morning, at .TWO hOfJ.AHS.vpr annum, payable half yearly inaJvttflce, or Two. Dollars F'il'lxi Cents, if not paid within the year. Ko sitbscriplioh will be, takeif of a s!ibr,le'r period than six mchths j nor.'any discpn limumcc pehnitted, until all arrearages are discharged. VWFERTfSEMfiXTS not exceeding 'a square wi'.l be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for tfie first three insertions, and TivcnUi-ihexmts for everysubse quent nsrr'Ki. izjr?A liberal dis'tfuflt made to those who a-frcrfisc.by the year, LETTERS addressed on business', must be post paid. , sue u-osiE .? witE.mi or ltosvs. A DAI...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1838

Vffn to teste thooyt of Heaven befort it AmI left the clay 'tenement of earth. Should this painful narrative ever Wet the ore of Frank Wpodvilte, I Tear it will open wounds afresh, which have long teen closed by the sort plastic hand of time, but which never can bo cured. In the course of a fortnight Frank return ed, but not jus Mary. His soul va cun gcaled in agony. The preparation? for the nuptial knot were thrown riido for the sad .Habliments of woe." All was sorrow, eafcness aud distress. The hand that was to unite him to arte, whom he regarded more than all tlrpWld beside, was motion lees in thp graVej that voice which had so Jyfteft listened to with extacy and delight, wSbnow choked in dust. Tito glowing cheek on which he had so lately imprinted the parting kiss was now mouldering and iningling with its kindred dust. All the sad rncmotials left him in this general wreck of nil was tho sacred lock of hair a mound nf earth and a modest stone', which told bisn where his Marv lay....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1838

p to an elcetitfn. & vt-ns tho oenat 'Clowe, ' and lit) hoped H would bo pursued on tins' occasion. .. ... The motion of Mr. R. was then, disagreed to, and on motion of Mr. Hill, the House proceeded to trtakc nominations For CleiK, Sergeant at Arms nnd Doorkeeper. On motion, Messrs. Snowden, Stroheck ernnd Yost wero appointed a committee to prepare rules, and unti they, rilalic report, the rules of thp last house, were adopted for thp government of the house . On motion of ..Mr- Hilt to-morrow vva's.spt apart for, the ejection of Clerks Scrgca'rit-ot-Arms and Doorkeeper. . On motion of Mr- Hill, St was ordered that when the jiotise adjourns, it adjourn to meet at ten o'clock to morrow. M. Prav chdjurcd wether it had been as certained to. what hour the.mob.'hich met here this morning had adjourned- .."I'here seemed to he some. difference of opinion in relation to this', and he would be glad to be s..fnrmeil rtorrectlv on the subject.. On motion, the house adjourned to meet to-mor...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 December 1838

a wcJf npwsjMrrwr to bo puttUwi 4 Ws tat, Luzorna county, Pa, undar the name W tb LUZERN COLUMBIA ItEl'OKTEK. To ntUfy'e very tiaurtl enquiry in the mind of tiioea wKb may Im MSat to bocotnc tbo patrons of a new ctt'nblisbment of bS kind here contemplated ti Wluit nra to I tbo Vol'! features of tht -papcrl" 1W untiMitatingly ahVvrer, tlie most purely danuxreiUi the "principles of Thermal Jefferson, will bo rtccgnised by fte Editor, n iri plot-form on which tha .ivolitical'tfrrnilplti of the REPORTER will be BttWj Tlie'rhbrfthent meWrc's of the ad ininii'rra'tlon 3: General JcYion, will fft'd a ready '(W?nc tra the coluMns of ',ur paper, and present Kariorial Administration, Wifl Cud in our columns rxody aii advocacy. Though we shall at .all tuTi'en'fott atn temperate 'ourne, yet wo thai! never ihrinkTroVil an unequivo cal and fearless axprcMion of our cYvs upon the grant tenuis which may at any time ogifnte our coun ry. , 'Vat fcero.artn will be of the iixe of our li'rccit Vinintry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 December 1838

THE OE CR AT, "I bare sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every fom of branny cv cr the Blind of Man.Thomaa Jefferson, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BV IT. WEBC. Volume Ilk BliOOMSBURG, Message From the President of the'Uhitcd State, to the two Houses of Con gress, at the coriunencement of the third sfosidn of the Twenty-fifth 'Congress. Fellow-citizens of tho Sendto ' and House of Representatives. . lr congratulate yVuVn hevfavdrabIo MtWaVa Wc cbMtfon Of Our country, under which you reasjem for the performance of your official du ties. Though the anticipations of an f abundant harvest have not every .where beeh realized, yet; on the whole, the laborfl'of the husbandman aro reward ed with a bountiful return; Industry prospers in its variouB channels of bu siness and enterprise; general health again prevails through our vast diver sity of climate; nothing threatens, from abroad', tho 'continuance of exter nal peace; nor has any thing at homo Impaired the strength of those fratc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 December 1838

wiisl sbufcefl of rcrexiwo haVc been, increased by an issue of Traasury notci of which less than eight millions of dollars., including interest and princi pal, will be outstanding at the end of tho year and by the sale 6fonc of the bonds of thoBahk of the United States, fot 2,354,871. The aggregate of means from these and other sources, with the balance on hand on the 1st of JaA. last, has been applied to the pay ment of appropriations by Congress. The whole expenditure for the year on their i'ccountjincluding the redemption "of more ihan eight millions of TreaS qrcy notes, constitutes an aggrcgato of about fifty million of dollars, and will still leave in the Treasury the balance before ataied. Nearly eight millions of dollars of Treasury notetfare to be paidduringtho 'coming year, in addition to tho ordina ry appropriation for tho support of Government For both these pur poses, the resources of tho Treasury will undoubtedly be sufficient, if tho charges upon it are not increased b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 December 1838

trn3 Garcrncioni Vvith tho Lidtan t.. would escape misrepresentation. That.therc occurred m mo cany soiuomcni 01 uns country. as in all others where tlio civilized race lias succeeded lo iho possessions of the savage, instances of oppression and fraud on the part of tlio former, there is too much reason to believe. No such offences can, however, be justly charged upon this Gov ernment Binco it becamo frco to pursue its own course. Its dealings with tho Indian tribes liavo boon jusl and friendly through out, its dflorts for their civilization constant jud directed by the best feelings of humani ty: its watchfulness in protecting them from individual frauds unremitting; its fqrbcar- 3 nee under the keepest provocations, the ecpest injuries, and tho most flagrant put rages, may challenge, at least a comparison with any nation, ancient or modern, in sim ilar circumstances and if in future times a powerful, civilized, aim nappy nation 01 In dians shall bo found to exist within the lim it...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 December 1838

The progress and condition of the xost Office Department will be ecen "by reference to tho report of the Post master General. The extent of post Voada, covered "by mail contracts, is rtatedto bo 1-34,1318 miles, and the an ntral transportation "upon them 34,580 202. Tho number of post offices in the United Slate ia 12,552, and rap idly increasing. The gross revenue for the year ending on the 30th day of June last, vvas (84,202,145. Tho ac cruin's expenditures, 84,080,068; ex ooas orekpenditures, 8417,923. This has been made up out of the surplus previously on hand. The cash on hand on the first instant, was $314G8. The revenue for the year "fending June 30, 1838, was 2151,540 more than that for tlto year ending June 30, 1837. The expenditures of the department had been 'graduated upon the antici pation of a largely increased revenue. A rnddcrate curtailment of mail ser vice consequently became necessary, nd has been effected, to shield the de partment against the danger of embar ras...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 December 1838

IA DEMOCRAT. I have mwmh n'pon the Altar of God, eternal Inutility to every form of granny over the Wind Of fl W-ThomM Jefferson. PRINTED ANI) PUBLISHED BY IK WEBB! Volume II. BLOOftlSBURG; boiLUMBiA COFNTY; PA. SATUilDAY; DECEMBER 22, 1838. IVifUibcr 35 .. OFFICE OF THE PEMOCKAT, Next boon to Romson'o StauIj Offi'ck. The COLtlMpfA DEMOCRAT will be mih1ishf.il e.ue.rti Hahiriltiii mnrninrr. at jriVO DOLLM$:pzr annum, payable heat y.eam m aavancc, or J. too iJoiiars "fifth deitt if not naiil within the venr. Wo subscr'ipli6)i will betaken for a shorter period than sixyrionlhs: nor any discon- "afe 'discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS nol cxctelting 'a ftjuare will fa conspicuously h)sjr(eU at One Dollar for Vie first three imtrlionsj 'and Twenty-five ctfil'sjar every s'ubs'e- mailt IU uwne iviiu u ivvi line uy jc uvui. LETTERS Mdresscd on business, hust be post paid. v POL.ITXCAXj. Tib TUB FREEMEN F THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENN SYLVANIA. We, the democratic members of the Sen te and House of Repre...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 December 1838

Cr ettrted. and looking on ihoncehe of which Mro ate about to attempt a description, with out any mahifetatidji of 'impatience, until slottly before the adjournment. Departing from the rulo it proceeding which has obtained for many years lit the titTiato Charles I). Penrose, who had been Vetccl speaker 6f the Senate, prior to the adjournment of thfc't body in tho spring of 18.18, assumed the chair as presiding ofli-t-dr, at 3 o'clock P. M. Tho object of this "departure is obvious it was part fat ho $hin..of which We havo before spokch, and the intent to prevent the nowy elected tacinbers from either sneakimr or voting on motions to be proposed,' before a new clec- .! r j " 1 . .. .-. v,. i , "j uuu mr speaKcr, was eviueni. oomo ins content st this course wjs manifested by Messrs Myers and Fraley, old members, but the expression of it was immediately oileneed by the speaker's hammer. It was now perfectly evident to all, that the 'object of the speaker was to prevent any difrussion of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 December 1838

1 ffejolW-'-Thflt Charles B., Pennine. Speaker of the Senate, in deciding upon his solemn oath, that tho return Mm seven districts, signed by six rettiVn judges, anil excluding ten districts 'entirely,'w'as the prop er nnd correct return from Itlic county of Philadelphia while he had on his table, at the same lime, an official return', transmit ted by tho proper officer to the Secre'taty of jlio Commonwcaltn; anu Dy nun laiu ue foro the Speaker, including; every district in the county except one, cpmmittcd an act for which he oughl to forfeit the Vespect 6f every honest mi, and an ac't.wi'iiclt tfUght to be made hereafter by law a crime, for pemcntiary for ten years. Resolved 'Val Thomas H. Burrowes, in withliokling the returns of five counties, ' on the election for Governor, until he was 'peremptorily oriler.ed by the Senate to bring ''theft in, commit'leti an offence winch would .alone, without his other frauds being taken into consideration, be sufficient to'cxcludo Jiim fr'ra t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 December 1838

' D democratic party ofl'ennajlvania hasjnst JL passed through a fiery conflict, and come out hot only unscathed, but comnlctclv VlctoriAna -another proof of the purity and stability OT ....... ,.i .nwinco, u uimuuunuiiig incir inumpn, they cannot for any length of time, repose in the lap or Victory, lor their foes are most insiduous, and ver Watchful, aud althoueh routed, will under tftino new name, to opposo the principles of democracy, 'cirimity to which, being the only bond - ktsh iur u luumcni, nuiu uicrn logetner. "We mult therefore remember, that the price of free dom U unceasing vigilance. Inpiteofthera7iA:e4f corruption, and of frauds innumerable, we hlave elected a democratic Gov crnor, and a majority in tho HoVse of representa tives, sufficiently large, to givo us the control in joint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a democratic re- prescniauvo in lite United States enale. The fraudulent elections, whithwill probably be 'contested; the unheard of malpractices on tho pu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 December 1838

MMfClAT -i - i I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mlud of Man." Thomas Jefferson. IPRINTEI) AND PUBLISHED BY if. tyEBBl Volume HI. BliOOMSBUIftG-,. COLUMBIA COITOTY, PA. SATTDTttBATif, DECiBMBER 29 1S38. ,.. .ukilier OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. fosxx ti5ak ro Romson's Stack Office. IV;,. nnr.mrnM democrat will be K 'published ev$ry Saturday morning, at 'TWO DOLLARS far annum, payable iJFyty Cents, if not .paid ivithin the year. No subicfipiibh.will be taken for a shorter i .1 ... ' . ,;; penon man six nivjiiiix , .riy.i um uioiwi .tinuance vsrmilted', unlWall arrearages ,.ar6dischargcdi , . , , , ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously msenpu ai One Dollar fat the first thrcehiserlions, and Twerty-five centi. far, c'veryAubsc quent nsertion.' CpA liberal discount mmle tn tluise hiho advertise bv the near. LETTERS addressed a'ii busthtss, must be post paid. StiNG OF THE PEOPLE. , BT Vf C. TOBtt- Jlir Str Spankted R...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 December 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "nvrn vituokz ttkn " 8JITUnV.1 DF.CEJiniilt 20, 183te. THE QUESTION SETTLED THE HOPKINS HOUSE RECOGNISED. It will bo perceived by the letter of our ottrieepondent, that the Senate has recog nised the dVitiocratic house. This is a 'damper upon the whigs, as by this act, they nre condemned fey their own friend's, for Iheir base attempt to overthrow the laws and usages governing the organization of iho Legislature. It is an acknowledge ment, by tho Senate, that the whisr mem bers from Philadelphia county, were not entitled to seals, and that their attempt to Vbtain them was fraudulent and corrupt. i oo much praise cannot be given to Mes hrs. Butler, Sturdevant and Montclius, for he patriotic stand they have. taken in bring ing about this event. To tlierri we are in uebtcd, in a measure, for its thus early jjeaceful termination. -That they will con tinue to receive the curses of the piebald jparty, there cannot be a doubt, but the ap proval oi their conscience, fo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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