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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1841

C4NLIMMA DEMOCRAT. I hare sworn upon the Altar of God," eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlio Mlud of Man.1' Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED HY II. WEBB. Volume IV. BliOOBlSKUMG, COLUMBIA COOTTY, FA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1841. Iitmbcr SO. THE OFFICE OYTIIE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTu St. Paul's Church, Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS pc&gnnum, payable half yearly in advancefor Ttvo Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. JTo subscription tuill be taken for a shorter .period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance pcrmmea, umu an urrtumgH arc 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 . .y... -r, A if.-,-..; ,.,, queni nscrnun. v-jm- tuci made to those who advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POETRY. For the Democrat. To Miss . I love thee ye...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1841

ARREST OF MAIL ROBBERS. X aeriei of extensive robbories of the Grout Western Mali having been known to have been committed for some tfceks.activo 'exertions were made by the agents of the Poet Office Dopattmcnt, which finally led to the detection of tho depredators, at Uni ontown in this Simo. Tim .tlcufnrs of the arrest wo cony from the Washington (Pa.) Reporter: 'Suspicions having been excited against several persons in Uniontown, a warrant was procured by Dr. Kennedy.From Judge Ewing, on the night of Wednesduy, with ".iiiuii no proceeueu 10 lino place in llie Aiml Staffe. arriving lllrf nn Tllllrailno mnrniiir Tbe warrant was here put into the hands of onsinuie nays, wno arrested Wiam Corman, the driver of the mail between this and Uniontown. Corman was asleen on a oencn in uie oar-room ot Mrs. Swcil JEer's hotel when arrested, and betrayed great aiarm. On being taken before Jus tice Blaino, ho voluntarily gave a statement of facts, which go to implicate, with him- If, Dr. Braddc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1841

' ""Valhinta, Jan. .1 8, .184 1 Dear Arr J'Iir nfllrrrs and mem hers for tho past) year, of the " Cattawiss fl.djbalh School,' assembled ai the (Jattn V'lisa School liotuc, in tho town of Catla wlssa, on the ovoiung of tho 31st of De cumber last past, when the lepors of tli influrnt oflie'ert for tho past year were rei nlitl adopted by tho meeting. It was then 'on riiotion of tho Rev. VVm. J. Eyor, " Rcsbtv'cd Thai the thanks of this meet ng be prtsepud to Stephen Baldy, Esq. for unremitting Uiligenne anil faithfulness i,i the discharge of his duties as Supcrin jiendant of the Cattawissa Sabbath Solinol jjniuni and that we hope that wo shall still Jiava his, influence and his prayer. And ,it was furthermore ordered that the report of Stephen Baldy, HSsq. bo printed bv a resolution of said meeting; After the above, proceedings were had; tho following pained.-gcntlemcK were elected officers o laid Scopl for Jho present year, viz : Joel E, Mtadly, Suporintendanl; C Q. Brobsl Ass'ulant....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 January 1841

THE RESURRECTION OR, PBKSIAN 1? I li li S. SUrBtllOIlTO TIlEllTaSAX.BnjlXDETn'sErAKS India FunoATivi, tho Matcm-uss (priced) Sanative, or any other pill or compound before the public, us certified to by Physicians and others Iict nono condemn them until they hive tried them, and then wo are certain they will not. It is now a settled point with nil who havo used "tho Vcgctablo Persian rills that they aro pre-eminently the beat and most efficacious family Medi cine that has yet been used in America. If every family could becomo acquainted with their Sover r ign power over disease, they would keep them and bo prepared with a sure remcdv to apply on the firs oppearance of disease, and then how much distress Would bo avoided and money saved, as well as the lives of thousands who are luirried out of timo by neglecting disease In its first stages, or by not being in possesion of a remedy which they can place de pendence upon. The Resurrection, or Persian Pills. The name of these pills orci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 January 1841

TODB I Uavo svvoru upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED iJY II. WEBB. 4 ' Volume IV. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrroaiTH St. Paul's Church, Main-bt. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be. published even Saturday morning, al 'JWO DOLLARS per annum, payable ha1 nearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid toithin the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months : nor any dtscon tinuahce permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. A 1) VliR TISEMEN'FSjiot crceed-ing t square loill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twcnty-fitfe, cents for every subse quent nscrtion. CPA liberal discount made to tha.se. who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POETRY. n - ," i ,' ' . BE.tVTV.ttlO TBf! VilV. BY MISS CORNWALL B. WILSON. Boauty sat tracing with sportive fingers, Names on (lie ocean sand o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 January 1841

STATEMENT OF THE XUSCEIPTS & EXPENDITURES - OP THE FOR THE YEAR 1840. Agreeably tolho22d and 23d Secliomof an act of Assembly, passed the lGlh day of April, 1834. Tho commissioners of iho county of Columbia, mako tha following statement of the Eeceipta and Expenditures of said county for the yoar 1840. To which is annexed a statement of tho Duplicates of County Tax for each of the townships in said county, for the year 1840. Also a statement ot outstanding itebts duo tho county, per Audi tors report. RECEIPTS Of JEREMIAH WELLIVER, late Treasurer of Columbia county, deceased. To balance in Treasury Jan. 1, 1840, COLLECTORS. Received of Collectors, for the year 1838, 1839, Do State Funds for 1835, 1830, Amount received by J. Wellivcr in 1840, $2019 49J CREDITS. By Commissioners orders issued in 1830, 1040 08 do do 1840, 35 93 11 Certificates of Fox scalps; 8 75 Treasurers Commissions, 21 87 J ' Cash paid by his administrators, .200 00 Balance due the county, Jan. 1,1841, 1315 00 $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 January 1841

"TIICTH WITUIIL'T Hull " (Tj-ThoRcv. Mr. Lightner,of Muncy.will preach in St. Fauli Church m this place ou Sunday thu atrtJan. tho 4lh Sunday after Epiphany; both Morning and evening. .rrUV tMfiUT TO TUP. HEMATflRI. AL DELEGATE THE DISORGAN IZED AND THE MEETING. At 111 time of the nomination of Mr. Frailoy the Senator having been conceded to Scuylkill, All Senatorial Delegates were, by mutual consent, to coino from Columbia during1 his term. Under this arrangement, Columbia had tho delegato in the slate con tention that noiniKaled Governor Porter, "end also in". the Convention to amend tho Constitution. In January previous to the 4lli of March Convention to nominate Pres idential Electors, Columbia county ap pointed a Senatorial Dolcgale in pursuance of tli is Agreement, but neglected to appoint eonfsrees, supposing it unncccsiiary. The ielegalo appointed did not Buit a certain liqus in th lowor pnrt of the county, whose principle havo always been, " rule or ruin," and a sohome was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 January 1841

'THE REStfltltECTION OH, PERSIAN P I Ij Li . SBPIBIonT TniHinEAW,BnilIDBTIl's,ETiS8 India ronoATiri. tho MiTcntiss (priced) Wijcativf, or any oilier pilla or compound before the public, as ccrtific'd to by Physicians and others Let none condemn them until they have tried them, and then we are certain they will not. His now a settled point with all who have used the Vegetable Persian Pills that they are pre-eminently the best and most efficacious Family Medi cine that lias yet been used in America. If every family could become acquainted with their Sovcr cign power over disease, ihev would keen llicm and be prepared with a sure remedy to fpply on the firs ppearanco of disease, and then how much distress would bo avoided and money saved, as well as tho lives of thousands who are hurried out of time by neglecting discaso in its firt stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can place de pendence upon. The Resurrection, or Persian Pills. The namo of these pills orcina...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 February 1841

1IBIA BUM I have worn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of1 Tyranny oyer tho Mlud of Man.' Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB Volume IV. BIjOORISBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, Nuinlicr 41. OC R IT. u ick ned nail no OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, mured despairingly "Mother, raolhoi ! DprosiTK St. Paul's Church, Main-st. am weary and would die." Hssssjssassa I Enrico, my eon! God help thee, for oilier ITSPi-MS help is thcro none 1' In sore and terrible The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be anguish, that molJicr clasped the boy to her published every Saturday morning, at heart, hot tears foil upon his waistcd faro, J yJ jjujjJ'VJ-ji J yM uHinuiitwjMun. us uui lung mm lingers BIIlUUlllCll UtlCH HIS tJf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars shining hair, while her voict, holli.w and Fi'fni Cents, if not paid within the year. .... n . . . m - r ........ .....fi f..... a.-- ' " "v - tfo iMOwrwiwn V"' " give me bread 1' Her eyes wandered hcav ..rioa man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 February 1841

ticUvecn ilil? country arid Gicat BiUiati it is yet a mooted puljit and we should not bo surprised if H'oceasion another nd more nangVmary strupgle. Hbw long ato Amer ican vessels 101)0 searched by thd War ships of another nation? And what ls'the ili (Ter ence between searching them Tor stamen, and searching tliqm Tor slaves Wb lealn "(villi plcas'uto that our government has lately ent out more vessels to assist In protecting 'our merchantmen against tllcso annoyances 'on the part of our old enemy on the coast of Afrin.it but hero again resistance opens an other field for a national contest. While W ilio siibject of slavoryi how much has Great Dritian intermeddled with the domes tic affairs, of the South? Only think of the machinorythal has been set in motion by thai hypocritical government to deluge with blood tho firesides and the fair fields of our Southern brelhern, by instillinrr notions uf independence into a vast bdy of slaves.and indiroctty filling them with feelings that mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 February 1841

CANAL COMMISSIONERS REPORT. 'J'iie Catlal Oommisfiiiincrti report made to the Lcgislatuie of this Slato n few days ago, lias been primed. The report contains Hrecoinuiciiuaiioi. 01 uio lollowwg nppro-. priauuns : JCrie Extension, , 81,000,000 North Branch 1,000,000 Wiscodisco (Jamil M0.320 "Reservoirs a 18,000 Completion of sccoiid track of Colnrabia railroad 88,171 Completion ofnnrlh track of Columbia railroad ,, v C2.130 French creek feedei 100,000 Repairs 878,000 tannages 30,000 New work on finished lines. 40,000 MotivB power on Allegheny Portage railroad r 25,000 To pay debts due on Sinnema- honing extension 1,200 Tola!, $3,578,827 REMARKABLE CASE. Tho Providence Journal says a surgiciil (operation va performed last week by Dr. Lewis L. Miller, upon a lady in Massachu halts, which consisted in removing from the j body a perfect and dead child, which weigh , d four pounds and six onuses. She had r.arriod the dead burden mo o than six years, find in tho mean time has given birth t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 February 1841

STATEMENT ' OF THE 3MBCJHIPTS & EXPENDITURES OF THE . qmtfssws if MnMmuc FOIt THE YEAR 1810. Agreeably to tho 22(1 and 23d "Sections of anact'of Assembly, tiassod llio 15th (lay of April, 1834. Tho commissioners oC tho county of Columbia, mako tho following statement of tho Receipts and Expenditures of said county for tho year 1840. To which is annoxod a statement of tho Duplicates of County Tax for each of the townships in said bounty, for tho year 1810. Also a statement of outstanding debts duo the county, per Audi tors report. $517 82i B.BCEEFTS Of JEREMIAH WELLIVER, lalo Trcasurer.!;of Columbia county, deceased. To balanco in Treasury Jan. 1, 1840, COLLECTORS. Received of Collectors, for tho year 1838, 1839, Do Siate Funds for 1835, 1830, Amount received by J. Wcllivcr in 1840, CREDITS. By Commissioners orders issued in 1830, do do. 1810, Certificates of Fox scalps; " Treasurers Commissions, 11 Cash paid by his administrators, " Balanco duo tho county, Jan. 1, 1841, 1,024 18...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 February 1841

THE CmrWBII PEMOCKAT. I have iworu upen tho Altar of Gotlj (sternal hostility to ercry form of Tyranny over tlio Bllild faf' Man." Thomas Jefferson. taana PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY lit WEBB; ui u- 1 Volume IV. BLOOMSBURG , COLUMBIA COUNTY PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1841 Number 42 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrroitTB St PAUt'fl ClIimCH, MXlN-ST. TAe 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 laktnfor 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 Ddllar for the. first three insertions, and Twcnlij-fivc cents for every subse quent nscrnon. pj made to those, ivho advertise by the yean IETTERS addresstd on bitsiness, must be post paid. Front itio ICnlckerijockori Oft at tlie hour when evening throws Its ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 February 1841

!f f'Pe c eUrnaj happintt), to w'Mc)t ) i fondly look, is Jinked with Iter's. I can, therefore, appreciate what they are trim ( liavo done tno the honor to address met for nevor did man lore ot respect ihfe purity of tho sex more than I a purity Which strip ped them of Vice, and made celostial alltfhe tender affections which bo peculiarly belo ng to them. Oh they watched o-erour rh'dd 'hood sootlied the cares of youth and the arrows of manhood cheered and sup por ted old age, and oven smoothed nnd sur (por ted the dreary path which leads tf , tho grare. The poet lias .been mistaken, when tie sung '0 woman, in our hours of case, Uncertain, toy, and hard to pics' sc." That is a caiumny upon their viY uies; but m aoea ihcnrjustice when ho add 'When pain and sorrow wring the brow, A ministering angel iLuU.'' Sir, I do protest, in the langua ere of chiv It y, I aweai by the ladies of Ki Ikcnny.that 1 1 ci aii u Biiau ueanauon. "TBtJTH WITHOUT MTCItVJtV, l'EJtJtlTj ijrv 13, 18-11. DEMOCRA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 February 1841

t'lie Pre-emption bill lias passed tho Qjnste ty " voie of31 10 9 Mr. Web ier( itnd several otfior federalists voting vill4 the democrats. Harrison Timts, The Manufactures In Manchester, Nev Hampshire, havo ad vsticed the price on thier cotton goods about 18 per centum, but the wages of the opera Urns remain in statu quo. The McLcod Affair. Tho excitement at Lockpon on the 28th ull in consequents f the attempt to liberate McLeod on bail, was intense. A meeting of the citizens Wkt in cession at tho Court-houso nearly all night, and many inflammatory speeches Bade. Drums were beat, cannons fired and rcsolntions passed against tho teleaso of the loyalist, anil the hubbub was not allay ed until it was announced that McLcod had been surrendered by his bail, and was also arrested on civil suit for $7000 by the own er of the Caroline. Treasury Notes. Tho whole amount of Treasury Notes outstanding on the 1st inst, i officially statea to be 04,801,719 07. Troops fur Florida. The Gaston saile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 February 1841

STATEMENT OP THE RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES OF THE FOR THE YEAR 1840. Agreeably to the 22d and 23d Sectiomef an act of Assembly passed the 15th day of April, 1834. The commissioners of the county of Columbia, make the following statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of said county for the year 1840. To which is annexed a statement of the Duplicates of County Tax for each of the townships in said county, for the year 1840. Also a statement of outstanding debts due tho cennty,per Audi tors report. RECEIPTS Of JEREMIAH WELLIVER, lato Treasurer of Columbia county, deceased. To balance in Treasury Jan. 1, 1840, COLLECTORS. Received of Collectors, for the yoar 1838, 1830, Do Slate Funds for 1835, 1830. Amount received by J. Welliver in 1840, $2610 401 UKEIJ1TS. By Commissioners orders issued in 1830, 1046 98 do do 1840, 35 03 Certificates of Fox scalpsj 8 75 Treasurers Commissions, 21 87j Cash paid by his administrators. 200 00 Balanco duo tho county, Jan. 1,1841, 1315 00 517 82 1,02...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 February 1841

I BMOCMV I Uavo sworn upon tlio Altnr of God, eternal hostility y form of Tyranny over tuo Blind of lllaii." Thoinas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED HY5(k WEBB; Volume IV. BliOOMSBUMG, COLUMBIA' COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, TFElBIfcUAXfcY 580, 1841b Niiftulicr 43. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, bfroiTK St. Paul's Church, Main-bt. TERMS i tnt COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT tvill be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or 7 wo JJoltars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription ivill betaken for A shorter period titan six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, Vnlil all arrearages I are discharged. hfiVERTl SEME NTS not exceeding a iquarc lout oe conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserlloni IC7" A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. UETTERS addressed on buSinesSi mttst be post paid: itfECDOTE OP THE REVOLUTION. Almost every ono is acquaint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 February 1841

MiJgiioiT for the passage of iholasl mention, eil net Were, lliut it wno mora proper llinl Iho duties of tlio 'Canal Commissioners should be 'exercised by persons appointed by uml having (lie confidence of the Execu tive, fer the limo being, than lo have tho whole internal improvement system, under the conlrol and direction of persons, who may not harmonize with the Exccutivo in opinion, while ho is, in a moajurc at least, lield responsible for the administration of the Government. Every set of men liavo the right, I sup pose, ta change their opinions, when and as often as they please; but I confess 1 find some difficulty In keeping pace with some of tho changes of modern times; fer what was then right cannot now bo considered wrong. There is anothor and lo my mind an in insuperable objection to vesting the power in tho Legislature, as provided in this Bill; and that is. the fact that from the manner 'in which tho State is districted for Senators nnd. Representatives by the act of I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 February 1841

(firThn following is nn introductory Lectute, delivered by nppointirioiu before the Bloomsburg Lycvum, by Dr. Wm. Il, pETRifJif, on Wednesday -livening, tbo 10th' Ifist., ntid politely furnished for pub. licnticm nt Ibc request of tliu society) unan imously expressed. Mr. President Lsdies and Gentle men, It having devolved upon me, to de liver a lecture an sonic important subject on this occasion I have chosen that o(Svl Cultivation', which appears to tnc, peculiarly appropriate as an initiatory lecture, before a literary so ciety. Self-improvement, is a word with which we should be very famil iar in, our. language, for there is not one subject, end, or blessing, implied in nuy other word, that transcends it when taken in its broadest sense. It is not only the instinct of nature, hut the' dictate of reason, and is comming glcd with every thing, to which man can either aspire or r'uc to. As men, it calls forth the most ennobling prin ciples of conduct, and informs us, that wo may be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 February 1841

STATEMENT RECEIPTS. OP THE & EXPENDITURES OF THE FOR THE' YEAR 1840. Agreeably to tho 22d and 23d Sections of an net of Assembly, passed tho 15th day of April, 1834. Tho commissioners of ino county ot Uolumuia, mako tho following statement of tho Receipts and Expenditures of said county for tho yoar 1840. To which is annexed a statement of the Duplicates of County Tax for each of the townships in said countv. for tho vcar 1840. Also a statoment of outstanding debts due tho county ,por Audi tors report. Of JEREMIAH WELLIVER, lato Treasurer of Columbia county, deceased, To balance in Treasury Jan. 1, 1840, 517 82i COLLECTORS. Received of Collectors, for tho year 1838, 1839, 1,024 08 Do Stale Funds for 1835, 1830, 180 09 Amount received by J. Wclliver in 1840, $2019 49 CREDITS. By Commissioners orders issued in 1830, 1046 98 do do 1840, 35 93 " Certificates of Fox scalps; 8 75 Treasurers Commissions, 21 87 " Cash paid by his administrators, 200 00 " Balance duo the county, Jan. 1, ...

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