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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1840

I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal lioBtlllty to every form oV Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND, PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume TLV. BIjOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATITRBAY, DECEMBER 19, 1840. Number 34. SKSS2332 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Oprosrrx St. Paul's Chuucii, Main-st. gBBwretiwsig TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCIi.1T 'will be published every Saturday morning, at TIVO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid toithin tlx year. JSTo subscription will betaken for a shorter ncnod than six months; nor any discon tinuanec permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will-be- conspicuously inserted at One Dollar Jor thejirst three insertions, and Twcnti'Jive cents for every siibse quent nscrtlon. IcyA liberal discount viade to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From the President of the United Slate, to the two Hou...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1840

luting tlie next year, will, H is believeJ, be "sufficient to enable llie Governruont to meet every engagement, and leave a suitablo bal ance in Uo Treasury at the end of the year, if the romedial measures connected with the customs and tho public lands, heretofore re commended, shall be adopted, a.id the new Appropriations by Oongiess shall not carry me cxpeuurures beyond mo ollicial csti mates. The new system established by Congress for tho safekeeping of tho public money, prescribing the kind of currency to be re ceived for tho public revenue, and providing additional guards and securities against los ses, nas now ueen several months in opora tion. Although it might bo premature, up on an experience of such limited duration, to form a definite opinion in regard to the extent of its influences in correcting many evils under which the Federal Government and the country have hitherto suffered cs pecially those that havo grown qui of bank ing expansions, auepreciaicu currency, ana of...

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

which TiatI proviouslv accumulated. That mrphu having betiu exhausted, uml (he an ijcipa'.cd increase in thu revenue nul having been realized, owing to thn depression in iho cmnracri-inl business nf the country, the finances oftlia department exhibit n small deli .iency at the close of iho laat fiscal year. Jls resources, however, nro ample; and thu reduced rales of compensation for thn Ifanjportatinn service, which may bo expec led on the future lettings, from the general reduction til prices, with the increase of rov cnuo that may reasonably he anticipated from thero-ival of commercial activity, must tnnn place the finances of tho department in a prospermia condition. Considering tho unfavorable circumstan cr.s which liave existed during the past year it is n gratifying result that the rovenue has not declined, as compared with tho prcced IDE year, uui on mo contrary, exnimis a small increase, the circumstances referred to having no other-effect than to chock tho expected income. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1840

at: rxi'.v iu:.isikx.s hvi DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPAU1LLA islood pills tHOl'LD receive apreferenco overall Pills now in existence: 1'irst Bccauso they are composed of Vegetable, vauucih, irro iruiii iiumrms, uuu umy uu iukuu ut all limes with perfect (safety ly young and old, with out restraint trom occupation, tenipcrato living, a learot taking cold. t Second Because they aro composed of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all tka most celebrated and respectable Physician for more than a century past, in purifying tho lllood mid Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mild or aetive purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho system, &c., ts aro produced by other pills, Fourth Because they posses? a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting 11 impurities w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 December 1840

1 have sworn upon tho Altar of Coil, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlic Blind of Man.' Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. JiSIiOOMSBURa, COLUMBIA COSTPJT PA. SATSJS&BAlf, DBCjuiMBBB 26, 1840. Kumticv 35. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, ! OrrosiTB Br. Paul's Ouuncii, Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TfVO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Virtu Cents, if not. paid within the year. k0 subscription toill be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted at tL nnllnr fofthc first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. Vljt nucnu uiscu made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid: POETRY. Election ESlayaaaes. (Purloined. from the Boston Morning Post.) Election times nra d...

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

MURDER OP SUYDAM. A few days rince.Mr. Suydam thoPresi. Uent of lha Farmers&Mechanics bank of N. Brunswick, N. J.disappoarod very sudden ly, it was at nrst supposed that fie had absconded. It will bo seen, however by the following letter lo tho editor of tlio Uni--ted States Gazette, that ho has boon basely murdered t " New Brunswick, Monday, 8 P. M. I can think or nothing else just now than the murder of Suydam, whose body I havo Beon this evening, and whose murderer is secured. I will, therefore, detail tlio cir cumstances that tiave transpired for your edification, not doubting they will be inter esting to you. S. sold sundry lots to man in moderalo circumstances, and assisted them to build upon them, to encourago the improvement of tho neighborhood of his lots, taking a bond and mortgage to secure the payment of his advances. In this way ho assisted Peter Robison, a poor carpenter to build on New Street, about half way be tween tho foot of tho drift land and the Tren ton Rai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 December 1840

SPECIE ASSUMPTION. Thcro seems lo be lid longer a doubt that the banks will resume specie payments on the 16th of January ncxU the Philadol phis Batiks having succeeded in obtaining a loan of three millions and a half of dollars from tho N. York and Boston Banks. Change of Fortune. A young Irish wo man who had been sentenced to Blafckwell's Island for potty larco.iy for three months, was yesterday discharged, her time having expired. Whilo making preparation to U-Jve, a gentleman who had just heard of her whereabouts, camo on tho Island, with u trunk full of elegant clothing; and what was bsttcr, the information that Quo of her relatives in Ireland had diod and bcqticathod her the sum of twenty thousand dollars. She left the prison elegantly dressed and with a purse well filled with cash New lira. The Uriinn Oanal Company hao com menced widening their canal to the same dimensions as tho Pennsylvania Canal. This will afford nti outlet sufficient to an swer the purpose of tho Swatara ...

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

DR. LEID'S SAllSAPAlill.I.A ULOOD 1'ILLH feNHOfLD receive a preference over nil Pills now In existence: J-'iret Because, they ore composed of Vegetable extracts, frco from minerals; and may lie tnken at nil times with perfect safety ly young and old, with ont restraint from occupation, temperate living, a tear of taking cold. Second Because they uro eompocd of Buch medicinal extracts, pj have been employed by all the most celebrated and rcspcctablo Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying1 the Ulood nnd Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not be attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at tho 6tomach, prostration of tho system, &c., as ato produced by ether pills, Fourtlr Bccausothey possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect ia in correcting (ill impurities with which tho blood ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1841

VMM seas I have sworii upou tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every fona of Tyranny over tlio Wind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. V I lime SV. BLOOMSBUSG, COLUMBIA COOTTT, FA. SATUEDAY, JANUARY 2, 1S41.' Nuuibcr 36. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite St. Paul's Ouuncir, MaIN-bt; The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be yVW DOLLARS per annum, payable half ienri i advance, or TVco Ma Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. Xo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. JMVE11T (SEME NTS not exceeding square-will be coiUpicuoiuly inserted at One Dollar or tnejirsi rnrre ., and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. ICTA liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, mint be post paur. ess ffiES EHBMfl&3JlBtffSo THE EARLY CHRISTIANS. In the reign of Marcus Aurelius Antoni us, Ihero lived in Rome a good old senato...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1841

FOREIGN. Tron th Now York Evening Post. TWBrny-oNE days latur from ENGLAND. Tho steamer Acadia, Captain Miller, ar Vived nt Doaton about two o'clock yesterday 5 riii i incr dates fron London to the 4th of December, inclusive. Sho touchsd at Hal ifax on Saturday, after encounterintr, for nearly the whole voyage, a continuation of head winds and boisterous weather. Tiio. most important intelligence is tho continued prospect of peace, the taking of an important military station in bvria, and the birth of a daughter to the young Queen of England. The taking of St. Jean D'Acro was fol lowed by tho most awful Iocs (of life tho magazine within tho foi tress having been blown up, killing, it is supposed) about two thousand. Amport was circulated in Paris at tho last dates that a most perfect understanding has taken place between the allied powers nnd Mehemet Ali, with the approbation of France; but no arrangement has been offi cially made public. Tho viceroy of Egypt is said to havo acquies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1841

A DREADFUL STORY. ' It scarcely falls to our lot to record so (hocking nn occurence ns the following which we find in tho Uinghampton (Broom Co.) Republican : Cornelius Merscrcnu, Esq. Coroner,on Monday last, was called In hold an inquest over t ha bodies of two children, daughters of Mr. Locke, of this county. It appeared n evidence that early on Saturday last.Mr. Locke and his two sons wont to tho barn to attend to their ordinary out door business. Mrs. Loci o passed into the room where a niece of hers, who was siolt, and her little daughter slept, asked her niece hew alio rested, and then took her child from tho bed under pretence that her niece might remain undisturbed the remainder of tho morning. She the n took the child up stairs to the bed occupied by the other child; (tho oldest five, and the youngest two years of ago.) and got into tho bed herself. About this time one of the sons returned from the barn for some corn, and went up stairs for that purpose. His mother urged hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 January 1841

DR. LEID'S SARSAVAlllLLA BLOOD PILI.H MOULD receive npreferenco over till Pills now in existence: First Bccauso they are composed of Vegetable 'extract, freo from minerals; anil may be taken a nil tlmoa with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, a 'fear of taking cold. Second Because th.ey oro composed m such 'medicinal extracts, as Have been employed by all tho wort celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying the Wood and Anlinki fluid of tho body. Third Because they may bo employed ai ft talld or active purgativo, .according to tho quantity Itaken, and their operation .will not bo attended with Griping of tho bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of the fyutem, &c, os aro produced by other pills, ( ( Fourth Docau9o they possess a combined acti6n, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation wbatover. Their first clfect is in correcting all impurities with which tho blood a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1841

0(111. I havo sworn tipou the Attar of God, eternal hostility to every form. of 'Tyrauny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY jl. WEBB. Yolitsaic IV. COLUMBIA COUNTY, J?A. SATURDAY, .IAtfUAI2Y 9, 1841. Number .37.; OFFICE OF THE -'DEMOCRAT j j Opposite St. Paul's Cmmcn, Main-st. ' The COLUMTIM DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TIVO DOLLtijlS per annum, payable half yearly in advance or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the ycart Ko 'subscription will be taken for a shorter .period than six months; nor any discon thiuance pcrmilted, until all arrearages arc discharged. JinVJilLTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be coiispicitously inserted at One Dollar for theftrst three insertions, and Twcnt'ii-five cents for every subse- . , '. ii in. I Vi: t qiceni nscrium, lt uuciw utacouu made to those, vho advertise by the year. LETTEllS addressed on business, must be post paid. 3FOE3TMY. From the BaUimorc Ocean. ji cstjia'cb van chi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1841

t like a flash the Sally 'Ann came luffing Into the wind, and then brought up all standing Afi tails Mr. Comstock.ahd touching his hat very cavalierly, '-Cap!. Spoonor,' says ho, my part of tho schooner's at anchor.' THE OLD SOLDIER'S STORY. A few days sinco I stopped at a public house in Golerain, and while my horso was eating, 1 sat down iu ilia bar-room, and heard a sensible old man relate tho substance of the enclosed account. Dunne tho revolutionary war, tliare was.'a point of land on the Joraey side of the Hudson, and not far distant from New York, which was tho scene of a bloody conflict. There were about three hundred acres next to the river, from which the wood and timber had been cleared olT; back of this was a heavy forest. On this cloar ed point, a large number of fat cattle, des lined to, suddIv the American army, were placed. Four or five hundted yards dis tant in New Jersey, there were three thous and liffht infantry, under the command of Lafayette. I vas one of that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1841

3. 0 v , "moTit witkol"? nun RJTUttlt.1V, JTJIJ'U,1RY0, ten. OUR OWN, AFFAIllS,. Throo num hers more complete tho third quarter of the Ilitnl year of the publication of the " Co lumbia Democrat" under onr control, and inanv of our subscribers arc in arrears for tl,o "whole time. Tlio printer cannot live on wind, nor will his paper maker take nrnmisos for.pay. We should like to play o joko upon him, as well as on our oilier creditor.-, by paying om. Will our snb scibcrs help us do it. That is tho ques tion. Wo shall bo nt Danville, Court w eeks.'alid should liko to have a few dollars handed to us for expense money. THE LEGISLATURE tci at Ilarr'uburgr on Tnos"day last, the day fixed by tlie constitution. A quorum of both IIuti303, were present. The pro ceedings oflho first day, wo havo copiod from the Daily Pennsylvania Intelligencer. On Fednesday, al 12 o'clock a message from tho Governor, was received in both houses, copies of which wo hnvj received in an Extra Koystone, from Messrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 January 1841

NEW8FAPKRB HARRISBUBG. The Harrisbnrg papers hare issued their hnnual proposals for furnishing their sheets to all who may be desirotw of possessing themselves of a nows paper printed at the Capitol of the state. Not having room to publish their prospectus at large, wo have copied below their terms. The Reporter, Keystone, and Stato Capitol Gazette, ato Democratic, and the Intelligencer, federal TERMS OF THE REPORTER. For the session, twice a week, iti ad vance, 2,00 For the whole year, 3,00 Any person forwarding rivn session sub scribers, and the money, shall have a sixth copy for hit trouble. W. D BOAS. TERMS OF THE KEYSTONE. During the session semi-weekly 2 00 For the yeear 3 00 Any person forwarding us $2,00 shall re ceive the KaXstono from the time uf sub scribing to the close of the session or six conies will be sent to any one office for $1,0 00. All Post Masters are invited to act as a gents for tfee Keystone,, In receiving subscri bers and retiming money to us; ami any one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1841

TIDE t uav .o sworn upon tho Altnr of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny orcr the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; Volume IV KOOMSSUI2(R, COLUMBIA COOTTf, PA. SATURDAY, !4ii Number 38 EH3SE To the Senate and House of Repre Pennsylvania. Fm.oV Citizens: Amongtho va rious duties enjoined by the Constitu tion on the Executive magistrate, none (s more important and more frequent ly perplexing, than that of "(jiving to "the General Assembly information of the stnto of the Commonwealth, and recommending to their consideration, audi measures as ho should judge ex pedient. " On this occasion 1 am hap pily relieved from much of the anxic ty and embarrassment attendant upon tho discharge of this duty, by referring your attention to tho annual message which I had the honor to transmit to the Legislature on1 the 8th day of January last. In that messuge, I felt it to be my imperative duly, to enter into a full and elaborate exposition of my viows on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1841

Cmmtimg Mouse For the year 1841. 05 B a a. a 3 as B d. B U) 'f t u CU - CO January, FkbrvarV, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, November,, December, 3 4 10 11 17 18 .24 25 31 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 .28 29 4 5 11 12 18 19 25 20 2 3 1) 10 10 17 23 24 30 31 0 7 15 14 20 21 27 88 4' 5 11 12 18 19 25 20 1 2 8 0 15 10 22 23 29 30 5 G 12 13 19 20 20 27 10 11 17 18 24 25 31 . 1 7- 8 14 15 21 22 28 29 1 2 5 0 7 8 0 12 13 14 15 10 19 20 21 22 23 20 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 C 0 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 20 27 2 3 4 0 10 11 10 17 18 23 24 25 30 31 1 0 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 23 27 28 29 4 6 0 11 12 13 18 19 20 25 20 27 12 8 8 9 10 15 10 17 22 23 24 29 30 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 38 29 3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 20 31 1 2 7 8 0 14 15 10 21 22 23 28 29 30 5 0 7 12 IS 14 10 20 21 20 27 28 5 0 12 13 19 20 20 37 2 3 9 10 1G 17 23 24 30 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29 4 6 11 12 18 19 25 20 2 3 9 10 IB 17 23 24 30 31 0 7 13 14 20 21 ,37 28 3 4 10 11 17 18 24 25 8" 0 15 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1841

Fhilomattiian Society. THE 1'itlics it Gi'iilli'moo of Wooins burg aro rcf pcplftilly invited to nllend a meeting of tho Society, at their room in the Academy, Saturday, this Evening, Jan uary 10ih, at half past ,fl o'clock. Tho subject Tor that evening's discussion jsth! following, "a Conscience an innate or an acquired principle!" It is also oxpeded that a l.ccturo will bo delivered, by a member of the society, dur ing the evening. b J. II. DOWNING, Soct'y. January 12, 1841. MM THE Subscriber has on hand soveral hundred bushels of Lime, and intends keep ing a constant supply, which ho will sell, ir exchange fur country produce, Lumbor r Caltlc of any description. Ho is iu want of a quantity of Chcsntil rails. ADAM STRO'JP, jr. Hemlock township, Jan. 10, 18-11. 382m: DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE is hereby given that the Co partnership heretofore existing under the firm of M. 5. & Y. ilcars, is this day dis selvcd. All persons are forbidden to give any credit to said Firm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 January 1841

plele them, nnoMhe policy of a ton linucd atitl protracted delay in com pleting works, which the state i3 pledged to accomplish, until the first work done upon them has become use less from decay, has proved disastrous hnd ruinous on many Occasions. The course heretofore usual, of ne glecting lo appropriate a sufficient eutn for repairs, and that early in tho session, has been seriously detriment al to the inleroslsof lieCommon wealth. At the last session the Commissioners stated that tho lovvcit estimate for re pairs required 700,000, and tho Leg islature appropriated S500,000, a great psrtion of which was absorbed by debts then dua. Tho result has shown that tho Commissioners were right. The fund has long einco been exhaust ed, The necessary repairs have not been completed. Those who havo been engaged at them are unpaid, and lie Supervisors are without funds to lay in tho necessary materials for re pair. The repairs on tha lines of Ca nals in use should ordinarily bo made in winte...

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