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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 May 1842

v THE lOU UBI i DEMOCRAT I 1 U1 ""' """"" U0S"V every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mau.-Thomas Jefferson Volume ti. OOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY. MAYTsT Kucr 3 OFFICE OF THE 'DEMOCRAT. Opposite St. Paul's Church. Main-bt The COL UMBM DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLUlRSpcr annum, payable naif ycariy inaavancc, or l ivo Dollars lijiy Cents, ij not paid within the year I No subscription will be taken for a shorter jfyci tuu u(uu acu; -iiuunms j itur liny llltscoil' tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square una ue conspicuously inserted at une uoiiarjor the Jirsl three insertions and Twentv-Uve cents for event suh&c. quent nscrlion. fccj'.tf liberal 'discount made to those who advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From the Boston Miscellany, THE CHASE. I had just turned over in my berth, in hope to resume a very pleasant dream, the thread of which had ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 May 1842

II I From the Doilfttown Democrat. "Through tattered clothe Jimatl vices do appear Kobea and funed jtrdwn hidfa nil. Plate sin with gold And the strong lances cf justice hurllesa brcatti; Arm it In ratf, a pigmy's straw doth pierce it." -So laid a sage some three hundred years njjo, and event? now passing befoie our eyes seem to provo its truth. At no time, pcrprps, have poor wretches been more certainly punished for their small crimes hy the 'judiciary of Philadelphia The wotld, Wf'apprehcnd, has msver exhibited at one view such a number of powerful men charged with crimes which have beg gard thousands of their fellow citizens, robbed the widow and orphan of the means of living, and thrriwn the whole community into distress. Yet what do we see? Thp ordinary officers of justice have done rVifir ihuy tho mon charged with these high crimes have by hvproper officers been re gularly and legally colled upon to answer to thelaw; but 'the strong lanco of justice lurlless breaks' it cannot ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 May 1842

-IM , Itctairiol hut lie craliCvinff to ner4'Xm haft, to Icam that Washington Irvine, a rjeBtletnan so admirably qualified for the ibsk, lias i Dfcn lor some time past occupied in the preparation for the press of a new work of surpassing into-est to bo entitled 7'Ae Pictorial Ilistory'of General Wash-inglon-' TheU. S. Telegraph, says mis nniuiiaui wurn win uoumies become the crowning litcray cflbrt of Mr. Irving, it is one that.engages his warmest sym pathies, and which will tinqutstiotiably bring mm requfs itiun all his power and renins- 'J'lio accemnauinir illi.nmtinnQ i r..t.tu . i . w wined n 1 t. in inimnpr noiti'nun i-.ua -i : hundred, will bo incorporated with the text and will be exqusitely engraved on wood.af- ' Iap f lift Unnntil'i.l t.: . r i ,w ...v. vbnuuiui uusign oi unapman- Aims HotsK Statistics. It appears from a published statement that of 2400 in mates of the Philadelphia Alms House, 1000 fin? inlpmnnrtn T - .1.. i . ....v....v.u.. J,, ujc surgical waiu lor males,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 May 1842

Sit Concludtd-from first pagi. "f As eoon as the pirate discovered that we vteto gaining, he gave us several shols of his long Tom, but tho distanco ws too great, and by sunset he was hull down fiom the poop; a few minutes after lis haul ed in his square-sail and studding-sails,and rounded to; and when last seen, was very busy In picking up the balo gooJs, which would no doubt come in play, thought not quite so acceptable to him as the dollars would have been sweotensd with our blood. At dusk, we could just discern the villain, dying to. See nil secure inhold, Mr.Tomkins, and !put on the hatches; and as wo have a steady tradewind, let her go till midnight 'tsouth ioulh.westj and let all hands get eomo rest. 1 must do the the same, for I am nearly done up.' The excitement being over, I was nearly prostrate, and afttr thanking God with mote fervor and sincerity than I ever prayed be fore, I threw raysolf iulo my berth, but kad a feverish tad dreamy sleep till twelvo o'clock, when my t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 May 1842

THE Volume VI. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT , OrrosiTB St. Paul's Church, Main-st TERMS : The COT. UMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in aavance, or I wo JJollari Fifty Cents, if not paid toithin the year, No subscription will be taken for a shorten period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged AD VER TI SEME NTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at une uouarjor tlie Jirst three insertions and Twenty-five cents for event subsc quent nscrtwn. CF" 'A liberal discount made to those umo advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. ZilSE IS YOUR NATIVE STRENGTH. BY JOSEPH BUTLER- Rise in your native strength, Mechanics of the land, And dash the iron rule From rude oppression's hand! By all the might of MIND. . Anume the place ol man Heed net the scoff of those - Who scorn the artisan, Yt sinews of a state, Your nation's pride and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 May 1842

r small for any tiling buHo, feed jstoch, ilie latter were as Urge roots aV any farmer need desire to raise; many, of them weigh ing l Ibi, anil the, greater portion from six ounces to a pound. . . Every two 'years a change of seed po tatoes, should take place. Daltimoro Far men Political. CONGRESSIONAL. Wednesday. May 11, 1842. The Chair laid before tho Senate tho following communication from tho Presi dent of the United States, viz; To the Senate and House of Ittpresenta tives: Tho season for active hosliliti in i'loncla having nearly terminated, rikMFal tention has necessarily been dii'acledjWttie course of measures to bo pursued .hsaficr in relation to the few Indians yePremain-. ing in that Territory. Their number" is believed not to exceeed two hundred and forty, of whom there aro supposed to be about eighty warriors or males capable of bearing arms. The further pursuit of misorable beings bj a large military force, seems to bo as injudicious as it is una vailing. Tho history ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 May 1842

. in i . vfj 'tnuTii without pEin"1 SATtTUDJlV, 7f.iY M, 1812, FOli PRESIDENT," (Subject to Ike decision of the Naliana Convention.) APPOINTMENT, REMOVAL. &e. The following appointment have boon officially annonuccd. Wra.FPaeker.ol Lycoming.form'cly of tho Keystone, and Into Canal Commissioner, to be Auditor General, in ilia room of Dr George R. Espy. William Hopkins, Washington, Ex. Speaker of the House of Representatives, to be Secretary of the Land office, in the room of John Klingensmith. Jacob Saliado, ol Uerksj re-appointed Surveyor General. In the Auditors office, John Krause. of Lebanon, appointed first clerk. In the Land Office. P. L. Lox,and C C Kainc, have been appointed clorks in the room of, Gegrgo Stoopand EdwardJ.Smith removed. : Small favors thankfully received.' The friends of Col. Johnson appear to be very thankful for small favors, in thoir at tempt to defeat tho nomination of James Buchanan, Pennsylvania's favorilo son, as the democratic cendidato for tho Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 May 1842

Poetry BUTTERCUPS AND DAISIES. BV MARY DEWITT. Buttercups and daisies Oh ! the pretty flowers 1 'Coming here in spring time, To tell of sunny hours 'While thrtree are leafless, "While the fields are bare, Buttercups and dailies -Spring up here and there. Ere the snew-drop peepeth, Ere the crocus bold, Ere the early primrose Opes its paley gold. Somehow -or a sunny bank Buttercups are bright, Somewhere moRf the frozen grass Peeps the daisy white. Little liardy lowers, Like to children poor, Playing in their sturdy health By their mtther's door; Purple with the northwest wiad, Yet alert and bold, Fearing not and caring not Though they be a cold. What to them is weather ! What are stormy showers 1 Buttercups and daisies Are these human flowers! He who gave them hardship, .And a life of care, Give them likewise l:ardy strength, And patient hearts to bear. "Welcome, yellow buttercups, "Welcoase, daisies white, Ye are in my spirit, Visioned, a delight 1 'Coming ere the spring time, Of sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 May 1842

I i TEE comubia democrat. I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauny over tUo Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume "VI. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1842. Number 5. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite St. Paul's Ciiuncii, Main-st TE?JS : The COL UMBIA DEMOCRAT tuill be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS ner annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year1 JVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance pcrmuiea, umu b wrrtiiiugM 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 nscrum fLJM nueiu inamuin made to llimw advertise by tne year LETTERmresscd on business, must be post From Iho Cygnet- CESAKX BAGHLIONE. A TALE OF THFj SIXTEETH TURY' CEN- Lite in tho tvoning...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 May 1842

the nemcrou lraag, or (welling tue train of the Pontiff", as ho proceeded in grand airoceeston, carrying the Host, and at ttndcd by all the cardinal in Rome to the . i e .1 . .- ! I . cnurcn 01 ine-vaucsn 10 impiore ,ne pro tection of Heaven. Cessario rushed to the walls with the initinct of a war-horse, al the ound of the trumpet; and in a ahort time found himself to his great aitoait hment. lighting aealously by the side of that very Baglione whom but the day before he ex pected to meet ai an enemy, Bonrban, eon' picuoua from hie white mantle was fore most in the track encouraging his men, by gesture and example, to fix the scaling lad ders, which he was the first to mount. -Scarcly had his fool pressed the steps, when discharge from the ramparts dashed him breathless o the ground. The bes ieged uttered a cry of triumph, and for a moment his troops fell back in dismay the next, the charge was renewed with redoubled fury. The assault continued three days. On the iourth, Cesario was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 May 1842

Shocking DialAi AyoBiiffean namd Arnold W.Angell, of Providence, R.I. was killed in Norton on Sunday last. He was returning from church in a covered wagon, when by some means he became entangled in the lines, which threw him undr the wheels and in ihis condition he was dragg ed nearly a mile before the horse, could be (topped, and his mutilated body disentangled from the reitis. .Edward A. Smith, Esq., of Long Island has raised on his farm the largest ox ever cen in the United States, Tho animal is almost white merely a few colored spots on his body He is 5 feet 2 inches high, 12 feet 4 inches in length, 9 feet II inches smallest girt, and weighs over 4,000 pounds: and, what is more surprising, he is not six years old. The St Lotus Era. of the 11th contains the following particulars repeciing the do liberate assassination of ex-Gov. Boggs of Missouri: Foul dked. the steamer Thames, just from Missouri river.brought us a handbill, offering a reward of 9500 for the person who assassina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 May 1842

At Private 'JT1IE Subscriber offcri for sale his largo TWO STORY JJRICK si'.uate' on Mom-street, Bloomsburg, Col. co. Fa. It has becnkept as aTavern-for the last .13 years,' tsnd Is well oalculate'd'fora Store and Tavern, being C0 feet front, and 6C back, with stabling for 60 hor ses, and a pood well of water. -It-ia corner lot, CO feet front and 214 back. ALSO .A half lot near the above, -with a FRAME iBARN ALSO , . A half acre' lot with a new . FRAME HOUSE, tendcight orten bearing APPIjE TREES, t good fruit upo n it, situated on 3d street. ALSO A U acre lot at BLOOMSBURO BASIN, on which is a TWO STORY : FRAME HOUSE and a WHARF ALSO '9 12ths of an undivided 1J acre'lot fronting let et. . nnd Greenwood road. This Lot is well calculated to divide-into building LOTS. The above property being situated in the centre of the IRON REGION OF COLUMBIA COUN TY, is well worthy the attention of the CAPI TALIST. It will be soldtogether or separately, to suit pur chasers. DANIEL -CROSS. Dloomsbur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 June 1842

f.w?9w THE COLVMRIA DEMOCRAT 6 1 have sworn upon tile Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume Vi. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUKE 4, 1842. iVumbcr 6. iet teriff, Le, is' Coutfl next, J. lkekrl f Mountl sed, will! premise" I situate in Danifll Ikeler.l bred Usl f Mu&4 esuw Cltrk. fCE. Division! forps- Lded Ijl nmandcJl Ibcll.wlJ day lording ' I Lllion, til lebb anJI Seiaiel le compel May, A' I ifissa, a folunttttl I the tartel Col and tt" Ithoobo-il lood style.! Inthetf?! IshedvM'1 : the nltelltl"! Inaje, W-JI bneral ' OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTE St. Paul's Oituncn, Main-st TEPuMS : The COLUMBIA DEMO Cli JIT 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 year1 No subscription ivill be taken for a shorter period than 3i:c months ; nor any discon tinuance perm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 June 1842

Mn- Buchanan s Spkech- Wo iiaVe re reived and liuendtu presenting to our res ders at tin early day, tlio able speech dcliv rred by Mr. Buchanan, in the Senate on the United states, on the Oth mst. in op position to a bill to provide further remedial jitsiicc in mil- uuiirm 111 iiib unueu states. ! - .1.- . C ... I r. . l'rrvatc letters trom Washington assure lis thai men of all parties unite in-acknowl edging this speech to be the tiolileii effort f iis distinguished author, as -.veil as one Df tho ablest constitutional arguments that has ever been made In cither hotiso of Congress' Tire publicjournats ennccur in this opinion, and every reader will, after perusing it pronounco these judgments just 1 lie Senator Irom rsnnsylvnnia Occu pits a distinguished and enviable position nt Washington. Regarded, on all hands ss one of the most eminent statesman of the ualionithe efforts of his gigantic mind meal ways directed towards the maintenance f sound principles and the support of tha con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 June 1842

A Savannah pa'pe'r mc-nllon a cabbage', fen grown on the Tunderbnlt road, near that town, which Weighedl8j pounds. The Cape of Good Hope papers notice tho discovery, by an English whaler, of seveal islands in the Pucfic Ocean, pre viously unknown. They were eight in number, of some extent, fertile, and inhabi ted. Tho appearance of the natives and the canoes, was totally different from any others in that neighborhood. Hf5BEEH3Bf?3E! Edward C, Delavan, of Albany, New York, has devoted sixleon years of labor, and a fortune of 800,000 in promoting the 'glorious cause of Tempcrenco. What a rich and pleasing reward must tho present onward progress of the gical moral reform be to him, for his philanthlpic 'iborsl We learn that on Monday last, says the Ky. Intelligencer, nt the opening of tho EsliU Circuit Court, the S'leritT of the County resigned his commission, and the Judge was compelled in nljnirn Court without doing any Imsineaa General distress is said to prevail thotighout the coon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 June 1842

At Private SAL.E, THE Subscriber offers for sale his large TWO STORY BRICK -rv.uatcd on (Ham-strcct, Bloomsburg, Col. co. Pa. It has bee nkept ns n Tavern for the last 13 years, and is well calculated for a Store and Tavern, being t)0 feet front, and GO back, with stabling for CO hor ses, and a good well of water. It is a corner lot, do ieci ironi anu ii uaclc. Ai.sn A half lot near tho above, with a FRAME DARN ALSO A half acre lot with a new FRAME HOUSE, and eight or ten bearing APPLE TKEES, i o good fiuit upon it, situated on 3d street. I ALSO Alacro lot at I3LOOMSBURG BASIN, on f which is a TWO STORY HOUSE .... ' , ALSO ' if ui nn iinrtivirfivl I ncrn int irnniinf lfiL El irwl ......1 ri'i T M rnt. i 19 : . . . . i no auove properly being eituateu in mc cenire IM U1U IlllIY itl'ilillJ ill-' lidl.l ftllliJY LUUll' . is Wnll tvnrtllu ilia ollonlmn nf tllR HAPI. IfALlST. I It Will be. sold iogether or separately, to suitpur- uusriB. lBloomsburg, Nov. 21, 1 847. Ir L Smlitary Electio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 June 1842

THE COM UBIA ll HOI K T. I hare sworn npou tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ll. WEBB. Volume VI. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite t. Paul's Church, Main-st The COL UMB1A DEMOCRAT tvill be published every Saturday morning, at iiru l)VLiLJillc per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year, ATo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any disconm tmuancc, permittea, until all arrearages are aischarged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at une JJoitarjor the jirst three insertions and Twentv-five cents for event subse quent nserlion. C7 liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid, From BostonEvening Journal. SaltWater Bubbles. BY HAWSEK MARTINGALE, SCENE ON THE OCEAN FEMaLE HEROISM. A number of yetrs have passed away aint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 June 1842

thought n the lorrible change which had been"effected in her condition in the course of a few short hours 'during which she had been plunged from the summit of bliss iato the lowest depth of woo, she could hardly retain possession of her reason, and more than once was strongly tonipteu 10 terminate hor intense and agonizing suffer- inr bv aoluntarv death Ctr wnn linttraVMt anntl DmtlSPd ffniTl lQT sad reverie, by the -voice of Edward, who told her that tho pirates wero attempting to nnl mil liv raiqincr tho scuttle. The feat was a difficult one, and there were no other means of engiess from their confinement. She assured them however, that if they 'lid not ceaso any attempts of the kind, she would'feel compelled to shoot them with out mercy They felt convinced ihat she -would be as good as her word, and with horrible curses desisted from their desperate of the boy for she could trust to his courage end fidelity, and stationed him at tho fore scuttle, witli directions to shont down t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 June 1842

Who hnil fallen in defence of the country, ti was to applied, tis I havo reason to believe; bnt Major Davczac can tell, you moro particularly what was dona with if 'Connected with the history of this causo I would give you somo interesting facts, slibwing the motives and feelings of Judgo Hall; but I am too feeble to write, and I have no disposition now to rovivo charges which can have no effect upon tho judgo merit which posterity will form from the records; Although the Judge violated orders and fled from tho defence of the oily, and, in his proceedings against me for attempt, committed blunders which were extraordinary, if not criminal, it was not in my nature to broolc over them after the brilliant closo of the campaign, and, hearing aflerwrd3 lhat he manifested con trition and repenlonce; I cheerfully forgave him. 'The Judge's character, however, should be out of thejfiuestion in ibis case;or n tleast I have no desire to assail if The great point is thin. Ought not Congress lo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 June 1842

if i" Poetry. AMERICA. My country? 'tis of thee, Street land of Liberty Of the I sing: Xind, where my father dieet; nd of the pilgrim's pride; Let freedom ring. "My nttire.coBBtryi thee -Land of the noble free Thy name "I love: I lore thy rocks and rillt, Tliy woode and templed hill'e My heart with rapture thrills, Like that above. Xet BUiic awnll the breeie, And ring from all the trcee Sweet freedom1 song; . Let aeital tongues awake Let all that breathes partake Let rocke their silence break The sound prolong. Our father's Godl to thee Author of Libertyl A To thee we sing; Long may our land be bright With freedom s holy light Protect us by thy might, Great God, our Kingl S. F. Smith MORE SWJ3ET THAN FLATTERU IS TRUTH. BY MAJOR CALDKR 'CAHFBILL I do not flatter, when I say I love thee better day by day; For like that dainty Summer flower, That opes a bud for ever hour, Thou dost each day to me impart Some fairer feature of the heart. Then fear not falsehood; for, in sooth, More, swe...

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