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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1839

if nave sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal Hostility, to every form of Tyranny over tuo Mind of Mau.-Thomas Jeflerwn. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB, Volume lili BLOOMSBURGU COIiFMBlA COUUPT PA SATI7I&BAY NOVEMBER StO, 1839 Number Hi. - , ,,: i OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Dppositu St. Paul's Ciiuricii, MaIn-bt. STAc COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TfFO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance of Ttu'o Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. ?o. subscription Will betaktn.for ft shatter period than six months norariy discon tinuance pcrmitieui until au arrearages are aiscnafgcai , J! D VJEIi 718 ME NTS not exceeding a tquart will be conspicuously inserted at vne jjollarjor the Jirst three insertions, and Twcntu-five cents for eilcru subse quent nserlioiu icy A liberal discount wade to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business t must be post paidi THE MILLERS MAID, Thera is a lonely mill Close beside the little ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1839

rich o' t win, ulio was noted for owning many houses and being n griping landlord. The mid of money uyml for a moment from beneath a pair of shaggy eyebrows. ' 1 am told, friend, that lliou nrt very poor." , , "There is nri tlonyfUg Itio fact, Sen'or, it speaks fr itself. " I presume, then, vou. will be gla;l;of a Job, and work cheap!" " As cheap my. master as any man in Gien-1a " " That's what I want, I have an old rouse going t aecay, ttiat costs mo more than it's worth to keep it in -repair for no body will live in it j so 1 must contrivo to patch it up, and keep it together at as small an expense as possible, Tho mason was accordingly conducted to a hugp, deserted house thatTsecms going to tuin. Passing through several halls and chambers, he entered to an inner court, where his eye was caught by an old Moor ish fountain. " 1 seems to me," "Bald he, "as if I had been in this place before : but it is like a ilreant Pray who occupied this house formerly ?" . " nest noon him 1" crie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1839

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. xnotU wit uocr te.ii 1 4 gXimi.1V,'0VEMMlliaO, 1P39. r 11ES1D AT, KtifeCTION-1 840. y , FqK PhESIliKNT, MARTItf -VAN BUREIf. Ton Vicn 'l'misitJENT, niCIIvV.R'D. M. JOHNSON'. - AND Tim 'CONSTfrtfTIONAL TREASURY. Wo this- Weok. publish l,!io proceedings of the mooting hold in Danville on Mou thy of Cojirt ' wcek,t We have for some months been nwnrc that tho Danville Junto Were cherishing a hosfilo fecfiiig towards tho administration of Governor Porter, but WO will candidly confess, that" wo were not prepared to see them now 'doff the beaver,' .no unti nn nm-n u-nrfnrn ns'vas done UtIU IIUjWMMlll " " I' . ' in tho resolutions as originally icporleil to the meeting held at Danville, last week Wo say originally reported, because the re solutions as they appear in print, arc very different from those read in the meeting. Several of tho resolutions are very objec lionable in' point oflauguago.-nt the present crises injour monetary affairs, independent of other considerat...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 November 1839

5 THa IlESUKRECTION, Oil PERSIAN PIIil,S. SOIltU01l TO Tnt lllOKlX.URlXnBTUfti VATt Lvbiix FcnovriVJ, the Matcuikis (priced) Bawatiti, of tiny oilier pills or compound before the public, as certified to by Physicians and others. Let none condemn thorn until they havo tried . them, and then we ore certain they will not. It is'now a settled point with rII who have used tho Vegetable Persian Pills that they are pro-emi-notitly the best and most efficacious Family Medi cine that haa yet been used in America. If every family could become acquainted with thetr Sover eign power over disease, they would keep tbcm and bo prepared with a sure remedy to apply on tho first appearance of disease, and then how much distress . "Would be avoided and money saved, as well as tho ( lives of thousands who ore hurried out of timo by Jieglocting diseaso in its first stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can place de Ipondcnwupon. 'The Resurrection, or Persian Pills. The n&mo of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1839

ClllWlSlIISA 1 I liuvc kWuru uiiou tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to otury foiiu of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jcllbrson. HUNTED AN J) PUBLISHED BY 11. wiii " Volume EM; BLOOMSBTOG, COLUMBIA COUNTY1, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 7, 1839. Ktainljcr 32'. i.Vl re- ute )B ft CM r. Ca. ni jd. iu- .nd if fin. burff ii the rs. umerl jtler, iydcrr M. I .ye lef OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT, Oprdsrris St. Paul's Cuuuch', Main-st. 1 igiMMwwafia yte COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday mornings al TWO DOLLARS pet annum payable half yearly In advance) or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin the year. 'No subscription will belalicn for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged: ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will bi conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrlion. . XCs"A liberal discount . made to thos'f. who a Ivertise by the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1839

whence thero is no return." Tho soldiers were arranged in onler, and their deeply sorrowful countenances showed tho sincero commisseration they felt for the condemn ed and the malignant and revengeful glan ces which were cut upon the accuser and his accomplices plainly proved tho almost universal belief of the innocence of this -victim of private hate and individual re venge. The signal was given , the rifles were levelled to close the scene, when lo ! in the distance, a cloud of dust was seen, caused bv the rapid approach of two horsemen. Orders wero given to stay tho execution. All stood in breathless expectation. On the riders came swiftly as the mountain torrent nor stopped until their-horses stood in tho front of tho condemned. A minute more, nml Isabella Morton was in her fathers arms. ... i It would bo impossible to describe the joy .the deep impassioned feeling which they exhibited. In many eyes was seen the unbidden tear and many a rough soldier was perceived to wipe his su...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1839

News fvom Wasiraglon. Fiom tho Keystone. IMPORTANT PROCEEDINGS AT TIIC OPKNINO OF CONGRESS. By iho Baltimore American of last ovo iring, the reports of the "first gun" from Vnshington have reached us. It appears, that bill orte member of the 241 claimants frasnb'sflni, viz: Mr. Kcmpshall, a fede Tal member, from Now York. Tho Clerk. Mr. Garland, at 12 o'clock, nailed tho House to order. He said that if it Was the pleasure of the House he would read the names of the Members of the 'Twenty-sixth Congress from a list which lie had prepared for the occasion." There was a moment's pnnse, and no objection be .ing made, the Clerk proceedod to read the names from tho written list before him, be. 'ffinnitiff with the Maine delegation. "When the State of New Jersey was nam- ed, the Clerk toad tho name or Mr. Ran dolph. Uo then said that there wcro five contested seals in tho New Jersey delega tion, which, if it wan tho pleasure of the IIouss, he would pass over, leaving the sub Meet to tho fu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 December 1839

TUB RESURRECTION Oil, PJ3 2BSSAM" Iupbmoti to TntllTOBABnArnxTn's.TJvA'ya fl.iniAit PonnATir. tho MaIchitss (priced) 8ASJ.TITB. or nnv other nllta or compound bcforo tho public, as certified to by Physicians and others. Let none condemn them until they have tried them, an J then we aro certain they will not. It is now n sctttctl point with ftll who have used the Vegetable Persian Pills that they are pre-eminently tho bcr.t and most efficacious Faintly Medi cine that hat yet been used in America. If every family could become acquainted with their Sover eign power over disease, they would keep them and be prepared with a suro remedy to apply on tho first Appearance of disease, and then how much distress would bo avoidad and money saved, as well n3 tho lives of thousands who are hurricil out of time by neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can place de pendence upon. The Fesurrcclion, or Persian Pills. Tho name of these pills orgin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1839

jji'gu-''"- ..--r. 1 I, , -i ,; ,,; rrrr; ,,i,,M i . . . I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume CII. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Oppositk St. Paul's Church, Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published evert Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. jr&o'Xffiytri'plion will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a .iruare will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtlon. lCJd liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE 1IO MR Ol.' THE FAItMEK. Still let tnc live among the hills, The rocks, the trees, the flowers, W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1839

JFOB.HIC&N. V CiiUii W u 0.V din.., di lUMI 15 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Tho Btcamer Liverpool arrived yesterday afternoon, having sailed on her regular day, and bringing London dales of the evening of tho I Silt November, and Liverpool of tho 16th idem. The news by her is far moro favorable than was anticipated. British stocks were tit about the rates which they bore when the Great Western sailed. There was little dong in tho English Fonda. Attention began to bo directed to the forthcoming official return of the assets and liabilities of the Hank of England, which was expected to be out in a few days. It was confidently anticipated that they would show a considerable iuurcaso in the stock of Bullion since the last returns were made public. The London Morning Chron icle mnta'ins the statement of tho affairs of the U. S. Bank, up to the 1st of October, and is quite savage upon the London Times for its strictures upon that beautiful con cern. The Cotton market had improved a far h i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1839

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TitUTlI WITHOUT PEAll S.1TUR1K1V, DECVJIJITllt 11, 1830. Presidential election 184.0. Fon President, MARTIN VAN BUREN. For. Vicr. President, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND THE 'CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. CONFERENCE. The Olh Conference District of the E vangclicul Lutheran Synod of Pennsylva nia, will meet in Cattawissa, on the 1st day of January next. Service in the Eng lish language may be expected on New Year's Eve, and also on the two precediug days. WILLIAM J. EYER. Dec. H. 1830. CONGRESS. At tho last accounts the house had not fully organized, the difficulty with regard to the New Jersey members not being settled, On Thursday of last week, they succeeded in temporaly organizing, by placing John Q. Adams in the chair. Since then, the house has been occupied in discussing varl ous propositions to enable them to get out of the difficulty in which the folly or wick edness of Governor Pennington of New Jersey, had placed, them without coming to any decision. When or h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 December 1839

TJIE RESURRECTION OR, PERSIAN" PILLS- CJcrrtnon to TnEllTonx.Bni'mtTn's.EviVs kjlKDiAN PonoATiri. the Matctilkss (priced) Sajtatite, or any other pills or compound before tb public, as certified to by Physicians and others. Let none condemn them until they have tried mem, ana then we are certain they will not. It Is nov n settled point with nil who have used ino vcgctablo reman rills that they are pte-emi' nently the best and most efficacious Family Mcdi ewe that has yet been used in America. If every family could brcomc ncauaintcd with their Sovcr- ign power over disease, they would keep them and be prepared with a sure remedy to apply on the first appearance of disease, and then how much distress would be avoided and money saved, as well as the lives of thousands who are hurried out or tunc by neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not being in possession or a remedy which they can place de pendence upon. The Jtcsurreclion, or Persian Pills. The name of these pills orginatc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1839

IMitiii i itnrt wm il m I sworn upon tho Altar' of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the, Blind of Man." Thoma Jefferson. ' '' " '" '"' '"' . 11 1 1 1 ' - i' ' ' ...j r, ,. .. ,, Jlt ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. ' ' Volume MI. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, 'PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21,1839. fcfmiibcr 34. It r J v . QFF1CE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTE St, Paul's Ciiuncit, Main-st. 'The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable :half yiarly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. 'jVb subscription will betaken for a shorter .period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. vJZ) VER TI SEME NTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted al One Dollar jor inc jirsi inrce insertions, find Tinrnhi-finc cents for evcru subse quent nsert'ion'. ICJA liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on busine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1839

'run "union a;d harmony" or the PICUAI.D OPPOSITION. It .will dnuliilpss from this tunc toward conflitdlc a j'aramOtiSt purpose ot tlic Hah nisoN fiction to represent tins nomination of "old Tippecanoe" :is the unanimous rhoiee of tliu Federal National convention. Thosu who attended the deliberations of licit body, in the last day of its fcssioiwand heard the closing addresses of its members, will lunvcvcr know what value to place up on theso representations. For the sake of n ronlest, we could have wished, and did wish, that the iiomiiiec of tint convention, be he whom hu might, would unite all the elements of the opposition as without it the re-election of the present incumbent will be more a matter of form, than the result of a struggle. There was, howevei, neither cordially or unanimity in yielding acquics ence to ihe nomination of Harrison. One of the North Carolina delegation, (whoso name we do not now re in p tuber,) on the eve of adjournment, nrnsu and staled frankly, that h...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1839

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TIlBTIt WITHOUT JEAIl " SSSS'tSEKS' 8 s.iruitu.iv, nmcu.mtER 21, ikio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1S40. For President, MARTIN VAN IiUREN. For Via: Pri:sidi:nt, -RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND TUT. CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. CONFERENCE. TIir Ctli Conference District of the E vangelicul Lutheran Synod of Pcnnsylvn ma, will meet in- Caltawiss.i, on the 1st day of January next. Service in 'the Engt lisli language may lie expected on New Year's Eve, and also on the two preceding days. WILLIAM J; EYER. Den. 14. 1830.' CONGRESS For the first two weeks of ils Session, lias been wholly engaged.-upon the-sub ject of the nil-Mission of the New Jersiiy members. Various propositions have been made, discussed, and voted down, and the house has been one continual scene of con fusion and uproar most of the time. On Wednesday the I lib ins't. resolutions wore introduced and passed, excluding both setts of members from voting until the question as to their .right to seats was settled by the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 December 1839

'IMS RESURRECTION OR, ' PERSIA! FIlLIiS. Scpstnon to TriRllTnEAX,Dru:oiK'rn,s)ErA:v's Indian PcnoATivr., theMATcntt9 (pticcil) Basativk, or any other pills or compound before tiro public, as certified to by Physicians and other. Let none condemn them until they have, tried them, and then wcaro certain they will not. It is now a settled point with nit who have used the Vegetable Persian Pills that they aro pre-eminently the beat nnd most efficacious Family Medi cine that lias yet been used in America. If every family could become ncnuaititcd with their Sover eign power over disease, they would keep them and he prepared with a suro remedy to apply on thq first appearance of disease, mid then how much distress would bo avoided and money saved, as well as the lives of thousands who are hunted out of time by neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can placo de pendence upon. The Resurrection, or Persian Pills. Tho name of these pills o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1839

Til 5 mMmrf.f,. . . , , . ...... , , - 1 a worn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PllINTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBB. y iohimc IIg BfrOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COMTY, FA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1839. Number 35. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Optomte St. Paul's Church, Main-st. TERMS : 77ie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even 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 be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuancc permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. JJD VER TISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nwrtlon. CTA liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. MATIIBWS AND THE FRENCHMAN. Among the many forei...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1839

FEDERAL SAGACITY. " O, Thaddy S. 0, Johnny D., We feds inarrh bravely on "And the next President is for to bo " V, H-e-n-r-y H-a-r-r-i-s-o-n " East, west, north and south our huz za we'll send, 'Till wa inske the mob staro nt the He ro of North Bend." Numorcial strcngh to elect a Prcsidont of the United States, in a fair and open contest, the federal patty know they do not possess. 1 nor only hope is an artihce, to which they owe all the power they havo ever gained in the states. Having seen the democratic party successful with Gen. Jack son as their candidate, they, with a fatuity that characterizes all their political move ments, at once ascribe his popularity to his military fame, ami in casting about tor a candidate themselves, settle upon an ob ecure county clerk because lio had once worn epaulet ts and been a eeneral ! Not a member" of their parly believe Gen. Har rison to bo qualified for the office of presi dent, nor to posses talents at all compara ble with Mr. Clay s. 1 he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1839

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "XKUTIl WITHOUT t EAH " s.ituhb.jy, nacn.nnr.R as, lean. f' PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. Foil President, IVIAItTIN VAN BUREN. Foil Vice President, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND THE 'CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. CONFERENCE. The Gth Confercnco District of llie E vangtlical Lutheran Synod of Pennsylva nia, will meet in Caltawissa, on thu 1st day of January next. Service in the Eng lish language may bo expected on New Year's Eve, and also on the two preceding days. WILLIAM J. EYER. Dec. 14. 1839. U. S. SENATOR. A number of gentlemen have been named for tin? h'nrh anil important station, by their respective friends, in almost every portion of the statr. All of them good sound democrats, and many of dtcrling talents. It will, of course, be one of the first acts of the Legislature, which meets on tho 7th of next month, to make the appointment, and we hope and trust that tho honor will fall upon pome onu of tho most talented members of tho party, as at tho pre sent tiu.e, partic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 December 1839

THE ItHSUKltECTIQN OK, JPEKSIAJf PILLS fijtfriMOKTO THlHTOEJIT.BHAXnrrit's.EvAs'l Ihmaw PonoiTivi, the Matciilkss (priced) sjakativk, or any otner puis or compotatsl oelorc the public, a certified to by Physicians and others, Let none condemn tl;em until they have tried mem, ana tncii we are certain llicy will not. It is now a settled point with hII who have used ujc egetablo rcrsian fills that they aro prc-crai liently the best and most efficacious Family Mcdl cine that has vet been used in America. If evcrv family could become acquainted with their Sover eign power over disease, they would keep them and be prepared with a sure retndy to apply on the first appearance of disease, and then how much distress would be avoided and money saved, as well n the lives of thousands who are hurried out of time by neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can place de- penuence upon. The Resurrection, or Persian Pills. The name of these pills o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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