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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 January 1839

OUT. I liavo sworn ufcou tho Altar of God. eternal hostility to crory form of Tyranny over tuo Mind of Man," Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISUED BY IT. WEBB'. Volume II. BLOOMSlBUl&Gi COLUMBIA C0OTTY; FA. SATURDAY, -tANUARY 1839. Number 37. s .OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, faux fiddrt to Romson's Stao'b OFFlcb, COLUMBIA DE MO CRA Twill be published ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable nail yearly maamncc; or 1 wo vouars n, Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. "ifb subscr'iptioii will bei'aken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, iintil all arrearages are atsctarged. MDVERTISTsMEtiTS not exceeding 'a square toill be Conspicuously inserted at Une Dollar fur tlie first three insertions, and Twenfhzfive c'ciifs for evera subse quent nsertioii'. .jcp'AXibcral distount made to those wtw a-lvcrtis'e.by the year. LETTIiRS addressed on business', must be post paid. laagMumiJ ' -""ajaiwtfijiilijiAWJintajjwiiiiiJii urea CURIOUS ST...

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. — 5 January 1839

ifudgcs was noijrmlccd in tho posl-ofnco, )ut sent by a special messenger, ami there fore if tochnicni nicely is to bo regarded, could not bo a legal return:) That Vhn return, signed by ten, a majori ty ofthe Judge of Philadelphia county, tva3 rnado but in due form put in the near est post office', and recelVed by the Secreta ry but was kepi back, suppressed, and hot handed In to Wife members assembled for organization: That the Secretary is en trusted neither' by tho CqiiBiUiUioii law, nor usage, with any judicial or discretiona 'rv'fcftwer'bv'er die l'p.hmis nnv more Iriah the postmaster ox mail carrier through whose Jianda they pass: That if the Secretary may decide which ore nroner Returns and which aro not sending in as a return a paper signed by ono or six judges out of 17, and keeping back, under any pretence, at his pleasure, returns signed by a minority of Judges; and )f those produced by him are to bo takeli as the sole ami exclusive proot or who are en titled to their sea...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 January 1839

1 t i ' . .1. . ... j ' 1 ' 1 o ji cieocea in iiiu iuu(iyc jjuwh- fund, turned into annual excesses. Tlic permanent stale debt which was $21,330,000 32, in l&35,is now $24,230,. 000 52; and though there ate trtnporan Joans to the amount of one niilijon now due, vet they were forced on the slny; in op position to the exertions of the. Executive, will will sinli to a small amount, when the sums of a similar kind due at tp com menccment of the year 183d, are deducted from them. . . .i . . The state tax, which was then in exis tence, wiihotil jho,pc of termination, has ceased to be collected, , and nothing but the uimosi prolusion can mauc u.iguiu uttLtaa- ry. .,, . The slate credit which was at rt low ebb in 1835. is now raised, anil ilie commonwealth lobtaini even her temporary loans with case ft ot four per cent. , .The. Currency, which was onlhe ovo of ,a lc:irUi,l con viiisipn in iddo, has been ear jried through it willi leas injury Ulan, was "experienced in any other Stale, is...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 January 1839

Mqs&ectus of ISTOYHnpOiOi. Lj HE democratic party ofPennlvania has just Jl passed throuoh a fierv conflict, and conic out toot only unscathed, but completely victorious another proof qf tlio purity and stability of hr principles. Notwithstanding their triumph, they cannot for. any length of time, rcposo in the lap of rictory, for their foes are most insiduous, and ever watchful, aud althoush routed, will annin rallv ttndorsomo ntu name, to opposo the principles of nomocracy, enmity to which, being the only bond that can even 'fcr a moment, hold thefn together. We melt thbrcforo remember, that the price of free dom is unceasing vigilance. In spite of the rankest corruption, and of frauds Enumerable, wo have elected a democratic Gov cmor, and a majority in the houso or representa tives, sufficiently large, to givo us the control in joint ballot, and securo to Pennsylvania a democratic re presentative in tho United States Senate. rho'fraudulent elections, which will probably be con...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 January 1839

iIllEAT. ul'hate sworn upou ilio Altar of God, denial hostility to eiory form of Tyranny otcr the Blind of Man.Thoma8 Jefferson. .OOMSBljRG, COIiUaiBIA dOTTT, FA. SATUBJBAYj- JANUARY 158, 1839. Volume II. Bli IViinibcv 38. H I Nkxt poor to Robison'3 Stage OffIce. sanxfis:, 'TAc CdLUMlUA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday homing, al Tiro nOLLJWSper annum, payable Jalf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars , Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. 'No 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 ivilibe conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and TwenUj;five cents for every subse quent nserllon. fcC7V liberal discount made to thdse who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid'. BLoosignuHo, pa. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. For the Udlumbia Democrat. . DIALOGUE . Between a Teacher dnd.his Pfipils, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 January 1839

VfoncoVoid of offence," anil 'who had cou rage enough to look out of door?, that thero flaB been the slightest indications of "mobs," "riots," or " rebellions" since that day, which required military force to suppress hcm. JIt is generally fldinitlcd that not' more 'than three hundredjersons wore present in the senate chamber at the time when the al leged outrages occurred, and Mr. Speaker Penrose states in his deposition taken be fore Judge Blythe, on the 12th inst, on his "solemn oath, tnat'Trom "07te to two hundred persons" omy, took part in the commit aion of the outrages. The temainder of tho persons present in the senate chamber Nvas composed mainly of Hallifax rioters and other officers, contractors and liando employed by the Canal commissioners 'bn 'the public improvements, and among th'em Were "several, well known Vo the criminal 'ixmrVs. Tins strtalt assemblage of unarmed men, presenledjsuch a formidable army of rebels" and " rioters" to Gov. Ritncr's fears as to require a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 January 1839

tliotxsople bv 'force ot fiiHitary pVira , l - . .i. hh that of old John Adamr. u llualvcd'Vhit tile just tlignlfied, ntesmanllkc Ireiy President Van Bu n, to the call df Gdverr.rir Riirtel- ujioll m for a portion of the 'standing 'arjily.' Bm lor a iiuiuui the nation, to oVcraWd the tleriiberalic Inmbewof tfto lcgislalthb anil ciinipel Ui'cni .uhmit to the Will of MS Uictafors; W (Shell i i , paper bb wo migm expect ironj a ucmo atic President, acting lipbti Ucihociratic Uncinles. and will endear Hint Bull ntbr'e lb L countrymen1, and insure him a triumph- t majority in this ptate nt the next presi- ential election. Rcsohed That the coAchict 'it the deni- 1 J.-l f l..t. t l.-lUlf ,l, Irt! hJniwre in firrnlv maintaining the r.cfas of t r-. - - - w , j , . , ho majority until they ' Were fairly and ful- y recognised 6y tho lAuidri'ty, has rYrdvcii herii worthy of the 'trust reposed Iri lierri, ind the representative front this county, in fiarticulan deserves and receives rju'r Urtitu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 January 1839

maspECTffiS of KEYSTONE TgHE democratic party of Ponr.svlvania hasjtist Jl. passed through a fifty conflict, and come olit fcot onlv unseathul. bht completely victorious another proof of .ttie purity and stability of hair principles, Notwithstanding their" triumph, thoy cannot for. any length of time, repose in the lap of riclory, for thoir foes nfo most insidunue, and vcr watchful, aud although touted, will again rally Knder aoma new name, to oppose the, principles of democracy, enmity to which, being tfio only bond that can even for a moment, hold them toge'tner. VYt must therefore remember, that tho ptico of free dom li uncoiling vigilance. In spite of tile rankest corruption, and of frauds innumerable, we have elected a democratic Gov ernor, and 'a majority in the house of representa tives, sufficiently large, to givo us tho control hi joint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a 'democratic r'e preeentativa in the United .States Senate". t Tho fraudulent elections, winch will pro...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 January 1839

COLUMBIA MMOIRAT 1 ' i . . . .... , , , I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man.Thoma8 Jefferson. JPKINTED AND FuHlISIIED by 11. WEBB. t I - i win BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY; JANUARY 19j 1839. Number ttO. Till fiPPlfiP. fiF THE DRMOflRAT. il "i -V f .7 i .7f." I mu uenit, tr mt paia wwiitji we year. subscriplion.tvill be taken fair a shorter VEllTJ$&MJb A not exceeding a w"'" wv..Wff, j -r P Tlfl.Vf Tiff Iff. . r .GENERiUi MAIHON". Revolution, whic'li, presents omucli vr rv nnii rriinniii-ii :im ui hi ii iuii. - reminds us of tho days of Wallace and ee. in tG liberation .of Scotland, and of n wk il in inn v;ii in n kilCLiLiiitJ lu uuiiii i 11 ... r II. ,. i , ..it ;Tr briws with tlio garlands of victory. deed we have but ono parallel instance, Id that is the Iieroic life of Paul Jones, the Ina'inpidn of the Jcean. We here give a lautiful extract from the life '6T Marion, of a uiuuiiim utiLwccu 111111 a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 January 1839

- 1 tt Tiir ttOttMOtiWeAtifrt M rENtfSYEVAti'lA, Ski AMENDED BV THE CORVEBTieH Or ONE THOUSAND EISMT HUNDRED AND TlhRTV-SEVXN-TIllHTY-ElOIlT. WE, The people of the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania, ordain and establish this Constitution for Its Government. ARTICLE 1. Section I. The legislative power of this Common "Wealth shall be vested In a General Assembly, "Which shall consist of a Senate and House of Repre sentatives. Section IL The 'representatives "Shall be chosen annually by the citizens of the city of Philadelphia and of each county respectively on the second Tues day of October. Section III. No person fhalVbel representative who shall Dot have attained the age of twenty-one years, and have been a citizen and inhabitant of the State three years next preceding his election, and the last year thereof an inhabitant of the iittrict in and for which he thall biihoscn a representative, unless fie shall have been absent on the public business of the United States or of this State. Se...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 January 1839

THE , ItfAUGU-KATIO . Oi) 'litCiiday last, at o'clock, arrnrd ing to provjpus arrangements, Gov. l'OU ,TEIt was inaugurated', lit llio presence ol both housesi and an immense concourse ol citizens. . Aftor taking tho ttsiial (iatii3 of officc,Gov. 'Porter delivered the following Deeply impressed with a sense tif grati tude to my fellow-citizens for tile distin iguished mark of confidenco reposed in mo, ,1 entor tiprfii the arduous hhd responsible duties of Governor of 1'erinsylvania, with ya full determination, according to , the .abili ties given me, to do tny( duties faithfully. v A compliance witli custom would sdem to jrctluire of me, wheii.a.3suming the duties bf the Executive, iii pursuanco of the choice ?pf the people, Id l'iy before them somo of the leading p'ririciples upon which the ad ministrallbii of the governmeul will bo con 'dueled. I do this tho more willingly be cause in a republic, the intercourse between ho people and their pdblio functionaries 'should be candid, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 January 1839

W3&RCTS b rrwTHl3 KEYSTONE f THE democratic partjf of Pennsylvania baa Juh . -B. Pod thrpugh a fiery c&hilict, and come out "' ,W unscathed, but completely Victorious another fcrdof of, the purity and stability pf , . principle. Nptwithstamlihg their triumph, n8y .rannot for ifjy length of tirho, rrposo In the lapr victory, for their foes arc mostthsiduou's, ad ever watchful, fcud "afthough routed, will again raTly u"ltriiorad tiew hltnie, to oppose the principles of vfvir i ?Jt &mltjr wWch, being ho onfy 6om Vjat cftr) cyeA Tor a Moment, hold them together. We must th'ercforo remember, that tho price 6T free uom Is "Unerasing vigifanc'd. , t In spite of tho rankest corruption, ahd of bauds innumerable, We fciivo elected a democratic Gov ernor, arid i majority in tho house of reprcacnta Jivc, sufficiently large, to gYvoUs the control in joint oallolj and ftfetfro to Pennsylvania a democratic re presSntativo in, the United (States Senate. y . Phe fraudulent elections, whi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 January 1839

Jliavo sworn upon the AltaryfGod, cicnml hostHHy treryjmcf Tyranny over tucTTCSu of MBi'L&nuSS75ES PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IT. WEBB. Volnmg El; t OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT, Nkxt Won to Roiiison's- SrAau Office, The COLUMBIA DEMO CRA T will be published tvetf) Saturday morning, at TirO DOLLARS per annum; payable huff yearly in advance or Two Bollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. JVp rsbicription tfiil ictakihfot a shorter period than six nionihs; nor any discon tinuanic permitted until all (irrearagts are disihetrged: 'ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a sjjltarc will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Tweftiy-fivc cenls-.for tvqry subse quent hh'crlwn. pejs-'d liberal discount . made to those tbho advertise by the year. LETTERS 'addressed oil business', 'must be post paid: j ttDttOMSUUKG. PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20. SUNDAY SCOOL MEETING; At a meeting of the Officers and Teach- fers of the Cattawissa Sunday Sch'dol, held in the school h...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 January 1839

DINNER TO MR. MONTELIUS. At the dinner gtveh by ho ciiiicns or Mifllinburg Id John Montelius Esq. the re presentative frotn Un'tbn cdunly, in the- Le gislature of Pennsylvania, in honor of the patriotic courso which he pursued dtirihg the inti lUfTirultins nt Harrisbunr, a larcc hUtri- bcr of democratic citizens from all parts of tht. countv attended. After the clou removed on motion. aS "railed to tho jA-'aSkJ&VSK.' Joseph Stihvell, Samuel Maclelland, dpt. Jacob Hummel, Georgo Slear, Thomas Hummel, Abbot Green, William Forstcr, Stephen Dresllcr, Jacob Ready and Wm. Kleckner wero ap pointed Vice Prcsidents.and Francis Frank, 5acob Reichly and D. G. Fitch, Secreta ries. After the President had taken the chair.ho stated in a brief, but very able manner some of tho lata events at Harrisburg, and took occasion to illustrate the noble and lioncst course pursued by our representative, Mr. George Driesbach read several toasts which were received Avithatclamctioa by the com pany. The ap...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 January 1839

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 8 S.1TUJtri.1Y, Jtf.VCJJIV 20', 1830. '.tfnoinrflicnfo &t his Excellency) GovcYhor W Vames Clarke, of Indiana county, to be rnrie.r. Canal Commissioner tn the rooili and place of Thliildpus Stevens', resigned. , , . Valentine Jhsl, Piotlionotary and Clerk bf the several cbllris pf Columbia county. ( rjixlip Bilmyer, Hcgistcr and Recorder of Columbia co'unty. Appointments by ?fie Attorney General. John Coohef, Esq. 16 be Deputy Prose cuting Attorney for the co.unty of, Columbia. Utargt Jf.. Jtoate, jsq. to oo Deputy rosccinlng Attorney for the county of Ly coming. JC7In consequence of the Pnblisher be ing compelled to be absent on business there will bo no paper issued from this office until 'aturday, February 9 H VALUABLE PROPERTY. . "We are. informed that Col. Mathcw Mc- owcll has sold his lower Mill and Farm, n Fishing Creek, in this township, for six- een thousand Dollars. Col. McDowell nc nrirititnr vnllhhii Mill nfiil Fiirrrl rif 112 liacrcs, situatcu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 January 1839

PJlOSlPEGfm 6F TH3S KEYSTONES VrnHE dcmocratio party of Pennsjlvania has Jnst IL passed through a fiery conflict, and como out "toot only unscathed, but completely victorious another proof of tho p'mlty and Stability of heir principles. Notwithstanding their triumph, 'they caunot for any length of tinlo, repose in tho "lap of rictory, for their foes aro most insiduous, and ever watchful, aud although routed, will again rally under some new namc,'to oppose tho principles of democracy, enmity lt which, being the 07)uiiaJ that can even for a moment, hqW-i;n 08otr"'"7 im ;ilar ', uiaiino price oi ircc- Jom ia ni--!B ttgilance. tn spuo ot tiio rankest corruption, and onrattiis innumerable, we have elected a democratic Gov. crnor, and a majority in tho houso of representa tives, sufficiently Iarge,'to give us the control in joint ballot, and 'secure to Pennsylvania a democratic re presentative in tho United States Senate. Tho fraudulent elections, which will probably bo 'contested; the Un...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 February 1839

"1 have Mvoru upon the Altar .fed, eternal hostility to eery form of Tyranny over the Mind of MuWThn.M Jc.Te,o. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; Toluaiic II. . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, -Wext door to Romson's StAoe Office. rn'm.'aTusrci i -The COLUMDIJ1 DEMOCRAT will be "published even Salurdau morning, at TfVO DOLLARS per annum, payable luiij ymriy inaaoance, or Two Dollars Pifnt Colts, if not n'aid tvithin the wear. Vfo subscription Mil be taken for a shorter fieriuu uiunmx mamas ; nor ami aiscon inuanee permitted until till 'arrearages 'are discharged: AnvARfiMitibfflS Aoi Weeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for evqf subse quent nSerlioiv, fC? liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed o)t business; must be post p'didi M3SSSAC3-33 Undii Tiin Governor, relative to the Finances of tIie Commonwealth. Read in the Houe of Revhesenta tives, January 20) 1830; ?To the Senate tt...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 February 1839

ng In Viat undertaking, until our fiscal con-1 elate, I respectfully Busuest to- the legista . - " ouuuu uuv ..w...v turo tlio impolioy of applj ing tliQ funds of the commonwealth, at tlio present time, to any other works than tlio main lines, and their immediate tributaries. It cannot be long before tho increasing ordinary revo nuo arising from the tolls of tlio canals and niiftSads of the commonwealth, Will defray all the expenso necessary to keep them in repair, and pay tho interest of tho money expended in their contruction. Then will the state for all practical purposes, bo freo from debt, and be fully ablo to undertake, without fear of embarrassment, the exten- feion and completion of her noblo improve nient system, until it lunches every coun ty within her oxtonsive limits, and returns to their citizens tho entire sum of their contributions to thd syStont in its commence nrcnt and nronxessivd advanno towards their own homes. I cannot close this brief refcrenco to our system o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 February 1839

' .... . Hie proceedings of the Lcgieralme for ld&t two weeks are almost entirely with gcneral inienst, ii' U-e cxcrpi tlio jpjec- . n rrsrillilinH In rnlnw ihii Vif Inion bill was hanging between the two JSCS. ylmtnctm uoucges. mora aro at pre- Kit eighty-eight college's in tho Union, di- led ralhcr uirtcjually lirhong tho Statea. tsiucs nieso mere aro la juuw ounuuia, Medical Schoo'.s.and 33DivihitySchoola. ie number of Students Iri 11 of tlio Law ,)&), is 227, in SO of tlio Mcdical.2489, fjO of tho Divinity Schools, 1058'. General Stephen Van itchsclaor, mo 111 known Talrooii bf Albany, died sud- ).. . .,o..i!..-u...r.iJ. ... i iniv, a; ins iiiiinur iauiu, a icw uaya since. i was atl agSd man', immensely wealthy', I every way distinguished for his liberal I patriotic character'. Extraordinary Phenomenon. The St. Jui's Gazelle of the 1 1 ill tilt, contains the Blowing extraordinary account ! We are informed uii'ori the bc3tatiihor- , that on Mf ii lay morning last, the wat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 February 1839

PitaspJEOTtrS of THE KEYSTOJflE. rTTVIE democratic party ofl'cmrvania has jus JL passed through a iicry conmel, ana come oui hot only unscathed, but completely Victoriott another proof tf the purity and stability o heir principles. Notwithstanding their triumph ihey cannot for any length of time, repose in llio kip of f Ictory, for their foes aro most insidunus, and vcr watchful, and Although routed, will again rally tinder somo new name, to oppose the principles of democracy, fcnmity to which, being ttio only bond that can even for a moment, hold then! together. We must therefore remember, that tho price of free tlom Is unceasing vigilance. . In spite of the rankest corruption, and of frauds Innumerable, wo have elected n. democratic Gov ernor, and a majority in tho house of representa tives, sufficiently lafgc,t6 gfvo us tho control in joint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a democratic re presentative in the United States Senate. The fraudulcnttlections, which will probably bo ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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