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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1840

mm MA I hare sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.--Thomas Jefferson. PMNTJ) AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBB BLOOMSBVKG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 184-0. Number It. FICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, rositc St. Paul s Church, Main-bt. LUMB1J1 DEMOCRAT will be , -i - - n ' yearly m advance, or J wo Hollars Vents, xj not paid within the year I titan six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages discharged. VERTJ SEME NTS not exceeding a jtlare Will be conspicuously inserted at e JJollarJor the Jirst three insertions J wentu-hve cents lor everu subsc it nsertlon. tCT'd liberal discount . lilt It If. Ill I UUfil. IUILU IULIJI1I LUC U 11 LUG 111.111 I i 1 From the Lancaster Intelligencer. RISON'S CLAIMS TO BE A HERO" CONSIDERED, from tho raging whirlpool of par tv Uisuuci iruiu uic uuuvts men ui cmiur - a I?.. ... r i. - : . r poIiiical sect is a large body of quiet cili zenswuo reau ooui siues, aim ironi uio s...

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 September 1840

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TB.ITU WITHOUT THAU " B.I TUitVA I SEPTEJWVIl C, 1810. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. For President, MARTI Jf VAN BUIIEA'. Foil Vice President, RICHAR1 M. JOHNSOtf. " AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET. t it. r f...!:...- - "b8nT..l r Senatorial ui;o. u. -LjiarL.it, ui .wciuwcuu, 3 1 Col. John Thompson 2 Benjamin Mifflin Frederick Stocver 3 Mm. II. Smith 4 John P. Steinnran John Dowlin Tfanry Myers 6 Daniel Jacoby C Jesse Johnson 7 Jacob Ablo 8 Goo. Christman 9 Wm. Shoencr 10 Henry, Dchuff 11 Henry Logan 12 Frederick Smith 13 Charles M'Cluro 14 J. M. Gemmcll 15 G. M. Hollcnhack 10 Leonard ffoulz 17 John llortonjr. 18 William i'hilson 18 John Morrison 20 Westly Frost 21 Conj. Anderson 22 William Wilkins 23 A. K. Wright 24 John Findlcy 25 Stephen Barlow COIEBTTTr TICKET, SENATOR. SAMUEIi F. HEADLiElT ASSEMBLY. DANIEL SNYDER " COMMISSIONER. CHRISTIAN WOLF TREASURER. LEONARD 15- RUPERT AUDITOR. JOSEPH CRAIG SHERIFF. CORONER. AWJMtEW IKEIiEK.- The abov...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1840

Tti.VAVfirnp.v x- nrv nAunTcnv All will rcmomHr the nnmo of Littleton, 7. Tazewell, furmorly United Statesmen of, and more recently Governor of. Vir ginia, as a uisiiugmsiieu ami taieiiicu indi vidual, ah. I azewe It on the a;Jd ot An- t, addressed a Utter to Dr. P. Young of -1 1. 1 1 . !- . uuerijuuiii, m unaui iw suiuc uimiui- made of him rclclive to Presidential c- pninn. in RnnnKincr oi vm mirnn n iti Harrison Mr. I ftzewell rcmurks : 1 In their political course these cenilc- ,vere all associated as members of the Sen- tO 111 tllfl I nl!fM ISt-.ltnO It Ittna mil UHlinn .i:i"- 4,..: ...!.i. i.. i. iii. sions of my difference with Mr. Van llu- on, wore lew anil rarei lint Willi Ueneral larrison, I do not rcmuinher a single iib- eet, involving any question of constitution- o which wo ever concurred.. In speaking of General Harrison he iays : ' ; " In my judgement, Oeneral Harrisonjs jlli physioallv and intellectually incompe tent to pcrlorm the many, varied, arduous, and important ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1840

ESSEH4 SEI'AW-MIEJISOJVS IVltV DK. LEIDY'S ' SARSAPAHILLA BLOOD PILVS, fHOULD rrccivd a preference over nil Pills now In existence: First Bccauso they are composed of Vegetable extracts, frro from minerals; and may 1x3 taken at al times with perfect safety ly young audfthl, with out restraint from occupation, tomperato living, ot fear of taking cold. Second Because they arc composed of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed hy all the most celebrated and respcctablo Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying the Ulood rind Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a rnild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not be attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by other pills. Four tli Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all impur...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 September 1840

LJU X liavo sworn upen tUo Altar of God, eternal iWsUllly to ovory form of Tyranny, over the Mind ef Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Yoluitic JiV. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Paul's Cuuncii, Main-st. published every Saturday morning, at Ttvu nujjJjMHa per annum, payauie lialf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year period than six months; nor any discon tinuance ptrmittcd, until all arrearages are discharged. square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserllon. EC72 liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. 1.11,1 j juiio uucircsoi.it uii uunincas, inuai be post paid. IWOaiTMIJV. BY MRS. IIEMANS. Answer rae, burning stars of night ! Where is tho spirit gone, As a swift of breeze hntli flown ? In light and power on high; n( r f tUn 11 n tar rl 1M n rr Crtlll V. "J U Ask that which cannot die. i . i t i 1 t 3'heu art a wandered ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 September 1840

From Iho Ohio Statesman. BROTHER JONATHAN'S 'Gveat Ploughing Match. Th': annals of agriculture coutain no cx "n pic of a ploughing match equal to that Which I propose 10 rive a brief descrip tion. 1 "o'-I ifainVnan, familiarly known as " -it, Sam, has an extensive farm con "tsK.g of twenty:.ais fields; ho is in the hab it 01 leasing it out hv a vote of his eons ev ery four yoarsj and for a number of years pfst. it hua been in the tenure of the Demo ratki family. The reason assigned for this is, that the members of tint family are mostly (rood farmers. For eight years it -. "ntd by old Andrew, the farmer of and at present it is held by old .... . farmer of New York. The t'pdt ral family who contend thai they havo n i deep interest in this farm, inasmuch as 'hat they possess at least two-thirds of the wealth and capital by which it is operated, liave long tried to gel some one of their family into its general suporlntondency; but Uncle Sam's son's have hitherto rejected their applicat...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 September 1840

Uo procure their oro, "Wo shall advert to illio subject again herejfier, as wo have leis- Vtro. If i&'jwcssam aw luzerne county. By a lntt;r from Wilkcsbarrc, wo learn that the democratic Convention of Luzenro Mouaty, was held in Kindlon on Tuesday last, and pliced in nominatoti llic followin? &r Cw;resa Bcnj. A. Bidlack. i, (;! H. 13. Wright, Andre-v Cort- WHjjIlt. WProlhtnoary'Daci. A. Bedford. iiij ir v i ruin' I 1111 1 nnt v :nni). ' tviaki 3 T" J b t Samuel Saylor. A democratic convention wan to liavc uuuii neivi ;u r.iij. i a. un i nur.uiav lasi. Tho whig- cry out a hundred guns for ermont causa vy olio has elected fur !SS"a""K"-'""-""Sa "Straws show which way tho wind n nws pan ic miG u. ncifMiunr. nil now. juiiviuuitivi ivj uunriiiitiii imh.ii.i- 1NG. At a joint moating of tho Conferees from inn pnn nttno ni un mn i nxci rti'miviuiii. convennu ai me riuu nc nousr oi l-cicr iv inn in ivirrtf innrnRtnn.nn l llnsflnv innl. inn nim "nmvAT.nsnM r.rr V. ...LtJUUU.I U. W.U ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 September 1840

&efc'W JlE.XSfKYS WVV DR. I.EIDY'S AIlSAPAllILLA BLOOD PILLS, HOULD receive a preference overall l'illa now in existence: First Because they are composed of Vegetable extracts. frea from minerals; and may be taken at nil time with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fear of taking cold. Second Because they are composed of such Ynedicimt! extracts, as have been employed by all most celebrated and respectable Phyeicians for more than a century past, in purifying the Wood find Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may be employed as a wild or aetive purgative, according to the quantity taken, and ticir operation will not be attended w ilh griping of the bowels, -sickness at the stomach, prostration r-f the system, ice, as are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prcpar a. wi whatever. Their first efl'ect is in correcting all i,. lurities with ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 September 1840

I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tltc Wind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. " ' i . BILOOMSBTIJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATITRBAV. SEPTEMBER 19- 184. Voltissac IV. Number 21. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Ojtositk St. Paul's Church, Maik-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 'o subscription trill be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon timuincc permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a vrc will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nseriion. C7". liberal discount " f' In those who advertise by the year. 1 U 1 "TL IIS addressed on business, must be post paid. COSEBSraiCATIOST. Tor tho Columbia Democrat. VOCAL MUSIC. Thcro is nothing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 September 1840

r lourths Oi a milo l Brown's hon?o; thai ho' to tho phs 0f t'to murder corioipontluig " " ""sooirtva worn m ub.ut fifteen I with if.r children's bare feel, ami with the H'I;hki s before li re i-i-ncil I'mm Ilia houso alarm; lhat ' en he rruchr-d homo, mom! tho thmr h "Led d turning to wjrh IM'Uonaii-liy'ri house, n gun was fir "l "nl a IihII pii- .u! nuar tits rigal ep.civ- t in rr-at p thnton UirnioT f'i" head 1 nor? r prucrt1 1 it I to sre ironi whence tlm lin another 1 i passed thr .-h ',,11 r, :u :: ,jr ihe cheek ami t ':inff o i i' i" lower part irt Ins c;ir, that I"? i.ume. t1 ' I; l inked to the place whence the ihot i it? i : unit tie f:iw a mnn rise up, put Ins : 1 on the log, :uul lo'!; out through the rrj.i A ,f i;c ,,jf, a, ill," bam; he saw him as ) 1 mi a i.c fvi i ,w him. IT WAS ROB 1 'I M'CONAiUaiY; he immediately i n to the barn', but the man had jumped dov. n the mow hole, and was gone; he run iii'i tho mow ami found his Brown' two ritlea, the handle of the door a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 September 1840

v ... i v. uk u u. tti n. m; v. i v A Hickory Po1.fr iM'dMfltiylnrti raiifctfnVE y60fH!; -lAP8 MoWNED.' Jail Saturday lasiot the Inms'o of. ;Wm, The Ppjllajwl a'niMJtliy Advert!;, of Wednesday ovening, announces thu painful inielligenrt ota melancholy actiiucnt.wiiich '.".'.IaATEB'. '."iijacrs at work, 1. 1 wind" threatened in ihe last JjUelUgeiiccr . as commented. Tlio old di SSimz rj r l -viii and Best ' have again 1 i' " UiUcri's, against the ticket, i- i " ' nut l isluned to suit thorn. l'ilhliint-t l of nil parti of the. county had a cun:' I'. in i:t; formation, instead of 4b e ire. and it meat bu broken up, oven if ilialDfiQpfntle p-tr'.y was destroyed there- Kv To effort their object, MruMahan of Liberty Iijh in un coaxed to permit himself o used bj them as a tool. -. Ifaviiii hia name beforo the" public, they, no v' u;' i)!y assert tl)nt they have no kenes of his rluction, but eunnnrt him to tSfeak do . ii TIeadley, and of eouro the pijhnln Di niocratie ticket, Will tho De i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 September 1840

PROCLAMATION. PHERKAS, by an net of tho General Assem bly ol llio Coromvealtli of Penusv Ira ni, entitled " Anattrtilating to tlic elections of this Commonwealth, passed tho 2d dav of July, A. 1). 1839," it is made tho duty of the Sheriff of every county to givo public notice of such election to bo holdcii, ami tomako known in such notlco whnl of-liccr.- iro lo lw plcoled : Therefore, . I, WILLIAM KITCHEN, liigh Sheriff of the county of Columbia, no make knuwv hy this advertisement to tho Electors of said county nt Columbia, that n oneral Election will he held in the raid county, on Tuesday tho 13th nay ot Uctobcr next, nt tho several districts thereof as, lollows, to wit : Bloom township, at the house of Charlca Docb Icr, in Uloomsburg. Drier Creek tev.nship, at the town houso in Ber wick. Calawissa township, at the house now occupied by David Ulark, in tho town of Uatawissn. Dcrry township, (a separate election district) at llio uousc ot .men l Hcidclin saul townsliip. Fishing Cre...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 September 1840

l havo sworn uptn tlio Altar of God, clpnial hostility to every form of Tyrauny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. , PHINTED AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB. froiiunc fiV. BIiOOMSBITRG-9 COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATIIM55AT, SEPTEMBER 26, 1840o Wiimlicr SS. ' OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, )rrosiTn St. Paui.'o Ciiukch, Main-st. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be tblislicl every Saturduy morning, at 'I'SO DOLLARS per annum, penable ilf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars vl'iWI Vents, it not nam wuinn the year Wibscrio'aon will betaken for a shorter tperiod than six months ; nor any discon- tunua ice jn r milieu, until uu arrearages disrharg!. WF.RTISEMENTS not exceeding a tsquare rn'l lie conspicuously mseriea ai Wnc Dollar Jor the jirst three insertions, id J wcnly-Jivc cents Jor every sunsc icn' lurrlion. gCTV liberal discount wlf to Ihose who cvlvcrtisc by the year. TTERS addressed on business, must ; po3t paid. " Well, in July, 1778, llio toriea and In dians attacked and tool; two of our forts at Wyomi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 September 1840

FOREIGN NEWS. Thn"latcst arrivals from London bring ve ry important news. All Europe appears to be in commotion, anil general war is thought to bo almost inevitable. An insurrection was attempted at Bou logne, France, on tho 5th August. Prince Louis Napoleon landed from a steamer, "with about 100 men, Generals and Colo nels.dressed in uniform. Somo of them went to tho barracks, and cried " Vive Louis Na poleon," and distributed money amongst the mob. The disturbance was soon quel led, and the'principal actors arrested. They have since been conveyed to Paris, where they were undergoing an examination at the last accounts. We copy the following interesting ex trac ts from the New York papers. We have received by an extraordinary express the Paris papois of Sunday night, with a letter from our correspondent dated 10 o'clock P. M. The Monitcnr Parisian contains the fol lowing article : " Intelligence from Alexandria received by Government states that the viceroy of Egypt has replied by ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 September 1840

"riuJTH wrr'jofT rT.ia DB3a(!DElIBI5BnB 3 &3TVIIUJ1V, SEPTEMJtEWZQ, 1810. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. Fou President, MARTIN" VAN BUREN. Ton Vice President, UlCHARD SI. JOHNSON. AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. COUNTY TICKET, CONGRESS. HSEttJAiSIKN A. BSttUIiACK. SENATOR. SAMUEIi F. HEADL.EY- assembly: daniel. snyder commissioner. CHRISTIAN WOLF TREASURER. LEONARD B- RUPERT AUDITOR. JOSEPH CRAIG- SHERIFF. CORONER. AFDBM3W IKEIiBK. ELECTORAL TICKET JAMES UI.AIIKE, 01 muiann, gcnalorjal UEO. u. liElPEH, oi ueiaware, 1 George W. Smick 2 Benjamin Mifflin Frederick SStocvcr 3 Wm. II. Smith 4 John P. Sta'mman John Dowlin Henry Myers & Daniel Jacoby 6 Jcsso Johnson 7 Jacob Ablo 8 Geo. Christman 9 Wm. Shocnrr 10 Hcnrv DehulT 12 Frederick Smith 13 Charles M'Cluro 14 J. M. Gemmcll 10 0. M. llollcnback 16 Leonard Pfoutz 17 John Hortonjr. 15 William Jhila.m 18 John Morrison 20 Wcstly Frost 21 Ben j. Anderson 22 William Wilkins 23 A. K. Wright 24 John Findley 11 Homy Logan 25 Stephen Barl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 September 1840

GENERAL ELECTION rHLREAS, by nn act of the General Assent' bly of tlio Commonwealth of Pcnnsvlva uta, nititlcJ " An net relating to Ihe elections of this lommonwoallh, passed the 3d day of July, A. D. 1639," it is made the duty of th Sheriff of every county to givo public notice of such election to be lioldcn, nd to Make known in such ntrtreo what of ficers are to be elected : Therefore, I, WILLIAM KITCHEN, High Sheriff of the county of Columbia, do make know n by this advertisement to the Electors of said county of Columbia, that a Ga-eneral Election will bo hel l in the said county, on Tuesday the 13th day of October noxt, at the several districts thorcof as follows, to wit : Bloom township, at the house of Charles Docb Icr, in Bloomsburg. Brier Creek township, at tho town house in Bcr wick. CatatvHsa township, at the houso now occupied by David Clark, in tho town of Catawiesa. Dcrry township, (a sepamto election district) at tho house of Jacob Seidel in said township. Filling Cre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 October 1840

r,v' hi--' ' MM bm ' tk&4 Sri m. mmmmr. I have sworu 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 IV. BkOOJffiSBURG, COLUMBIA COCTTI, PA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1840, ftiimher S3. OFFICE OF THE DEMOOMT, OproaiTE St. Paul's Church, Main-st. The 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 ivill betaken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any ui3Con tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. JID FHIt TISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twcntti-five cents for cvcrii subse quent nserl'ion. JA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POMTIOAIi. PiTTSJjuno, 13th August, 1810. m i-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 October 1840

pcfiohs to respond to them, t tm ono of 1,1030 ttl'o believe ihaLen supli. occasions, thero should boio contlinent of opinion, nor flinching frohi proper interrogation Having already avowed this right to make inquiry, on the part of the people, and this duty to respond on tho part of their public servants, I need hardly assure vou, for the information of those who have recently as sailed mo for frankly expressing my senti ments on Bevoral vitally interesting public snbjccls, when they had been introduced by others.that they differ widely from me who think that I (Unfranchised myself from tnk- i-ari in iuu discussion oi our national affairs, by assuming the duties of tho station to which I have been called by tho voice of the freemen of Pennsylvania. Reiterating my thanks for the invitation with which you liavo honored me, nnd tho manner in which you liavo ollored it. I am, gentlemen, With the highest respect, Your fellow citizen. DAVID. It. PORTER Vu Messrs. Charles Shaler, Rudy Pat...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 October 1840

A Wftiis Tpen to eatelfe VtH?s Tor the Columbia Democrat. THE PERREGRINATION, THE VIS IT, AND ITS OBJECT. Mr. AVnun Unpleasant associations of thought arc sometimes forced upon the mind of a man by circumstances over which he lias no control. Such must have been tho mtnation of mind, of the Representative of tho 10th Congressional district of Pennsyl vania; when he recently " ordered horse," and set o(T, to consult his predecessor in of fice, and Oracle in consistency, in the Val ley of Wyoming. His unbending patriot ism" (alias indomitable obstinacy) his "stern adherence to democratic principles," as wit nessed in his procuring the displacement of Democratic, to mako room for a score of Federal Post Masters, and his " great public services" for tho benefit of himself, and his , few personal friends, had held hid " com manding talents" in constant irritation (ill nearly the close of two terms, and till the very moment when public opinion, accord ing to tho usages of tho party, was b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 October 1840

GENERAL JZLECTlON ' PROCLAMATION. ' r JIhlihAb, by an act of the General Assem bly of tho Commoliwoohh of Pcnnavlvn. nia, entitled An act relating to the election of this Commonwealth, pawed the 2d day of July, A. D. 1830,' it is made tho duty of tho Sheriff of every county to give public notice of such election to bo holdcn, and tomake known in such notico what of ficers aro to be elected : Therefore, I, WILLIAM KITCHEN, High Sheriff of tho county of Columbia, do iuke itsows by this advertisement to tho Electors of said county of Columbia, that a General Election Xvill bo held in tho said county, on Tuesday tho 13th day of October next, at the several districts thereof as follows, to wit ! Bloom township, at the house of Charles Docb Icr, in Bloomsburg. Drier Creek township, at the town house in Ber wick. Catawissa township, at tho house now occupied by David Clark, in tho town of Catawissa. Derry township, (a sepaiato election district) at 1he houso of Jacob Scidcl in said townshi...

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