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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 July 1839

OLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. " have sworn upon the AHar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume III. BliOOMSBURG, COLOMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1839. Number HO. 1 I 11 in) lIlS OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite St. Paul's Cmmcu, Main-st. Tlit COLUMBIA irEMOGRJIT will be published evert Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per amtum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. 0 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 be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsert'ion. EC? liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POETRY I WONDER WHO HE'LL MARRY. To save my life, I can't tell why...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 July 1839

e2 LETTV.R FRpK THE VIOE-PJlEiilDENT. White Stdphur Springs, JScotf co. JCy. June 8, 1630. Dehh Sm I have received your favor .n which you have requested to know vv-"lii- I erprrs.ioil a wish lo decline -eipg a candidate for the ofiico I now fill, if not, whether I was willing to serve mother term if elected; at the . same time fjtvjie it aa yn'r opinion that it was due to .n vnclf. end particularly to my friends, that I fcliould tio lr-r.gr remain silent, as some diversity of opinion existed as to mv 'wishes and feelings in relation lo the second can ra?3 for the Vice Presidency. ' I have avoided the subject of your letter as much as I well could, and was in hopes that it would not liavo been considered ne cessary that I should talio a different course. V. a 1-,ltTS which I have received from oth er friends, on the same subject as yours, has induced me to answer your favor. I 'have never authorised tho declaration that I was unwilling to be the Democratic candlJuio for a second ter...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 July 1839

4 'THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 'TllUTn VlTIlPCT TKAR ' 4th of July This day passed off very pleasantly in this town. There was no regular celebra. tion by tho citizens' generally, but the day was ushered in by tho roaring of cannon, Vand at an early hour, our streets were enli venod by the assembling of three Volunteer Companies tho Independent Iroop J31oomsburg Artillery, and tho Bloomsburg Rangers, who all made a fine appearance while performing their evolutions, and tho assembling of a large co'leation of people to participate in tho festivities of the day, In addition we had the "Ladies' Fair,' which was conducted by the young Ladies of the town in a manner highly creditable to them, and, we understand, it was patron isod by the citizens with a liberal and hand some spirit. Tho companies dined at their respective quarters with overflowing tables prepared by their worthy hosts, 'The Bloomsburg Artillery sat down to a sumptuous table prepared by Mr. C. Docb ler, and after the removal o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 July 1839

PROSPECTUS OFor jniblishinga nciv paper inthc borough of Harrisburg, entitled the State Capitol Gazette. Br ilOLDROOK, JlEXLOCK & llniTTON, THE Subscribers propose to publish o newspa per in tho borough of Harrisburg, with the title of tho State Capitol Gazette." The Gazette will bo devoted to the support and advancement of democratic principles, based upon the political and philosophical truths of universal equality of right; and tho sovereignty of tho people's will designated by the voico of the majority that all civil govern ment and law eminate from tho people, exist onty by their assent or peimission, and that they havo an unalienable right ito remodel, alter or abolish cither at thoir pleasure, whenever they may deem it ne--cessary for their welfare and lyippiness, and that cv cry thing which tends to weaken or subvert those principles, goes directly to sap the foundation of our republican institutions, and should bo checked with a prompt hand and vigorous energy. 'Measure...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 July 1839

www imiTfuiii mumAciiiT havo sworn ujion llio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Mailt" Thomas Jcflbrson. HUNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume III. BMiOOMSBURGI-, COXiUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATIII&13AY, JUJILY 13, 1839. Number H. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Oito3ite St. Paul's Church, Main-st. TEEMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be. published evert Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable. Jialf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Ffiy 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 . arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square, will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Tiocnt'y-ftve cents for every subse quent nscrtion. CJ"A liberal discount made to those, who advertise by (he year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POETM.Y. Iom the Democratic Review. THE AMERIC...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 July 1839

ARRIVAL OF t THE STEAM SltlP LIVER TOOL. Tivcnly day's later from England. By the Steam Ship " Liverpool," which arrived at New York from Liverpool yes terday morning at 11 o'clock, we have Lon don and Liverpool papers to the 13th ult. Armed Associations for Protection of Properly. In consequence of Lord John Itusscl's circular, offering arms to any associations of house holders, who volunteered their services to protect the lives and property of the neighboring inhabitants, a communica tion was made from tho Mayor of Bath to his lordship, asking certain questions, to which his lordship replied on Monday, that tho government did not contemplate associ ations of n military character, and that there fore they had not taken into their consider ation points referred to of tho uniform, or choice of officers, by tho members of such association. His wish had been only to supply arms to well disposed porsons in dis tricts whore illegal meetings had taken place, and called upon the mayor to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 July 1839

The Reception of the President in New-j'orJl-. The President of tlic United Slates arrived at New York on the 2d insf He yras received at -Castle Garden by the au thorities of the city, the militaty, and an iminenso llirong of citizens, amid the tre mendous roar of cannon from tlio Ports in the harbor. After rcviowing the troops, a procession was formed by the military and citizens, and passed up Broadway, and through several streets to tho City Hall. In speaking of tho reception, the N. Y. New Era says, thai, . President Van Duren was rcceivcd,ycs terday by tho people of the greatest city of the new world, upon his political principles and character alono with a degree of pub uttachnicnt and devotion, as evinced by tho countless numbers that expressed it, at least -equal to that which was displayed towards his truly illustrious predecessor. It was a proud day for the Republicans of New York, and as honorable to thctn as the faith ful Chief Magistrate whom it so emphati cally hpnnic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 July 1839

t ( PROSPECTUS For publishing a new paper in the borough oj JJamsburg, tnmua tnc State Capitol Gazette. 11t JIomirook, JIemock & Duatto.v, THE Subscribers propose to publish o newspa per in tho borough of Harnsburg, with tlio titlo of tho " State Capitol Gazette." The Gazette will bo devoted to the support and advancement of democratic principles, based upon tho political and philosophical truths of universal equality of right; and the sovereignty of tho pcoplo's will designated by the voice of tho majority that all civil govern ment and law cminate from the people, exist only by their assent or peimission, and that they have an unalienable right to remodel, alter or abolish cither rnt thoir pleasure, whenever they may deem it ne cessary for their welfare and happiness, and that cv crv thine: which tends to weaken or subvert those principles, goes directly to rap the foundation of our North Carolina t ii; :....!....! 1 .u.,.1.1 l, -l,..!,...! I rcpUUUCUIl Mlsllllu.llI.a, UUU e.i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 July 1839

"I have sworn, upon tho Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to-evert form of Tyranny over the mind of man." Thomas Jefferson, MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume III. n7i IVumlicr 12. 1 fcOFFICE OF THE DEMOCIIAT, Oitosite St. Paul's Ciiukch, Main-st 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. JVb subscription will be, taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square, will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar far the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrl'ion. CTA liberal discount made tolhose who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. EASY JOS BRUCE. BY II. II. WUI.D. Ulrqs mc!' exclaimed .Mr. Joseph Bruce, or perhaps we should rather say Joe Bruce, ns he was a noble, easy fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 July 1839

officers of tho old board and the arrival of tHoso of the new, after preparation was re quired before tbey could proceed to dis charge thrir duties; but it appears that there was n sufli'ient amount oT work staked out by the cngmncri of the former board, and remaining unfinished, to hare kept the con tractors employed during this time, so that they sufleredfiio inconvenience or loss on that account. These remarks do not apply to the 16 sections whichliave been declared abandon ed' The commissioners directed that no new work should be staked out on these sec tions until the inquiry, which was being raado respecting them, and which has resul ted in their boing declared abandoned.should have been completed. Tlio second cjiargc is " That tho snper " ioiendents have oppressively delayed pay ' ing its the money on former estimates " long after they had drawu it from the state "treasury, and in many instances sti.l re ' fused, as they allege, under orders from tho canal commissioners." The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 July 1839

TnFc01AJMMfAI)?M0CItAT. " S.iTVtWJiV, JVIjY 20, 1S30. In compliance with tiin request of a number of Dcraocraiifl citizens, till' Dkmuciutic Staniuso JCoMMifrsn of Columbia County, recommend tho "TioWing of .a .DEMOCRATIC COUNTY MEETING .tt liic house cf Dauld Cross, in Bloomsburp;, on Saturday, the 10i of August next, 'for the pu'poio of mal ing arrangements for the fall election, and to take into consideration the situation of tho party, and adopt such measures as Khali con Juco to it bent intaicst, and that of tho County jcncraily. MICHAEL TOUNWALT. HUM DERII. DemocraUcStandingCommittec of Col Co' July 17, 1830. COUNTY MEETING. By a notice in our paper of to-day, of the Democratic Standing Committee, it will bo tccn that a County Meeting is to be held in this town, on the 10th of August. As eve ry democrat should tuko an interest in the primary arrangements for the" fall election, :mi r.s su meets ot a mini t' lmnnrtani nature to the wellfarc of lliu party, will probably come bef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 July 1839

SJBVZW JtB.ISO.VS DR. LEIDY'S . SAIISAPARILLA BLOOD FILLS, fiNHOULD tcccivo a preference overall Tills now 3 'n existence: First Dccauio tlicy arc composed of Vegetable ,ractB, free from minerals; anil may be taken at all time with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fear of taking cold. Second Because they arc compocd of such medicinal extracts, as have hcon employed by all the most crlebratod and rospcctable Physicians for irwro than a century part, in purifying tho DIood and Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed aa a mild or aetivo purgative, according to tho quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all impurities with whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1839

illlIEArff, JSL M 1 have sworn upon tlic Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ovdr the Blind of Man." Thomas Jcilbrson. ' - PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBlI Yolninc 113. BLOOMSBJKG-, COMMBSA COSJOTY, FA. SATURDAY, JUXY 27, !S33. Number 1 15. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTB St. Paul's Onuncii, Main-st. t: 77ic COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if nut paid within the year. JVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the frst three insertions, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nscrt'ion. ICFA liberal discount made to those ivho advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From Waldio's Circulating Library. TIIETHREC FRIENDS OF BRUS SE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1839

From the Now York Journal of Commerce. A BLOODY BATTLE. Two Thousand Men Killed. 'Buenos Ayres papers to May llth, received via Boston, biingus tho patticnlars of a bloody hattlo which took place on the 31st or March, at a place called Page Largo, be tween the army of Corrientcs (one of the- Provinces of the Republic of Rio do la Plata) and the troops of Entre Rios (an other of said Provinces,) which the Corri entians, in connection with the Oriental Re public (of which Monte Video is tho capi tal) were attempting to revolutionise. It will be Tecojlected that not miny months since, Gen. Fructuoso Rivera, or Frutos, as he is familiarly called raised an insur rection in the Oriental Republic, and in succeeding in ousting Gen. Oribo from the Tresideutial chair, which Rivera of course immediately ascended, adopting such forms 'of proceedure as would best save appearan ces. Oribc, with a number of his friends, escaped to Buenos Ayres, and awakened in that capital so much interest in his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1839

'h early 800 emigrants arrived !n Now York on Saturday last. It appears from Mrs. Jarvis'a confession to a friend, that she ascribes their domestic infelicity to " marrying a man whom eho had three times rcjc'ctcd." William Picrca, aged 00, one of tho last relics of the " Tea 1'uity," was present at theFaneuil HallcclobraiLmof the Fourth, at Boston. He was helped into his carriage by anolhor revolutionary lad, aged eighty are said to bo necessary, even at this season of the year, on the top of the Catskill mountain. Fifteen or twenty soldiers of the Revolu tion participated in tho 4lh of July celebra tion at Hartford. Mrs. Chapman, tho accomplice of the murderer Mina, was recently in Wilkes comity, Georgia, reciting passages from Shakspcaro. A New York paper states that there are 471) legal practitioners of medicine and sur gery in that city, and 173 undertakers. Benjamin B. Philips has been sonlonced to two years' imprisonment in New York, for bigamy. Tho recent frightful accident ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1839

BSC. DR. LEIDY'S SAKSAPA RILL A BLOOD riLLH, 'SHOULD receive n preference over nil Pills now 3 in existence: First Because they are composed of Vegctablo extracts, free from minerals; ami may be taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with out .restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fear of taking cold. Second ilecauso they arc composed nf such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all the most celebrated rind respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying tho Ulood and Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mdd or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of the system, &c, ps are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possosscu by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Thoir first eirect is in correcting all impurities with which tho bloo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1839

"1 have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Mail." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. rVoEnmem. MjOOMSBUKG,' cblLITMIMA COUNTY, FA. SATRBAY, AUGUST 3, 1839. Wumlicr 14. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, $)rrosiTE St. Paul's Cuuncii, .Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per unman, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, ifitol paid within the year. No subscription loill be taken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conipicuovsly inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrlwn. .CJA liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be past paid. SYNOPSIS Of the Principal Provisions and Require ments of the NEW ELECTION LAW. The consta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1839

before mentioned. Tho return judges to transmit a certificate of election to thoso e lectcd lo fill the abovo'ollicea within five 'days after making out the return. The prothotiotary is required to send a certified copy of the returns deposited with him to the secretary of the commonwealth through the post office. He is also Tequir ed to record in a book all the election returns in tho county, and to lay the returns for county commissioners, auditors end town ship officers before tho court of quarter sessions. He is obliged to givo a certified copy of the list ot votors and other election papers lo any person requiring tho same on tho pay ment of tho usual lees as in other cases. When the returns are not received by the secretary of the commonwealth in fifteen days afier they are required tn bo placed in the post office, he is to notify the prothono- tary of the same, who is to transmit to him a certified copy ol such returns. Upon the receipt of returns requiring tho commission of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1839

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "muTU wrruot? rsn PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1S4.0. For President, MARTIN VAN BUREN. Fort Vice Pkksident, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. COUNTY MEETING. In complianco with tin request of a number of Democratic cili.cns, the Dkmociiatic bTMit.v CoMMiTTir. of Columbia County, recommend the holding of a DEMOCRATIC COUNTY MEETING st the house of Daniel Gross, in Bloomsburg, on Saturday, the lOii of August next, for tho purpose of mating arrangements for tho full election, and to tako into consideration the situation of tho party, and adopt such measures as hall con duce to its best intcrcat, and that of the County generally. MICHAEL FORNWALT. I RAM DERIt. ntmocralicStandingCojnmitlec. of Col Co. July 17, 1839. Col. M. McDOWELL has received cop ies of the NEW MILITARY DISCI. PLINE for distribution. Each Field olli cer will be entitled to one copy each Cap tain of the Militia, one copy, and each com pany of Volunteers to two copies, by giv ing their...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1839

CERTIFICATE! JOHN SMITHtMount PleasantTownship,ColumbiuCounty,Pa. I consider It my duty to the afflicted, to como bcfoio tho public and to tnako it known, that I was aillictcd for a long time, with a -vciy bad and dangerous complaint. 1 was unable to do any work. Doct. , a well learned, and for a long time, an experienced physician, thought it not worth while to give mo any more medicine. Ilo thought I had lb change tho prosent for iho future in quite a short titno. I sent for medicine out of Tobias' Health Emporium, and under his direction, I took them, and aston ishing is it to say, that I mended so fast, that 1 was able in a short time to hire myself out to work. 1 would recommend all those who are in a sickly situation, to go in time, to I). S. Tobias1 Health Emporium to gel relief from their sickness, yc. Mrs . DERR, wife of John Derr, in Rohringcrcck Vally, ( I wish to injure no man in his profession; neither do I Col. Co. iniurc no man in nis proicssion; neuner uo i wish iu e...

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