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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 June 1842

THE COLUMBIA DIMOCMT. ' J Ui Ml ' 11 ' ' ' ' "l ' " 'im'mii.'.i. ' P'l ' III l' ' . I bare sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. . "lM " III'. 1 ' M 1,11 I " I - I ..... 1 . I ..... . I i Volume VI. BLOOMSBURG, COL.VMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUSTE 25, 1842'. Number 9. 1 ' i - i r ," i 1 1 i " . 1 i i 1 i 1 ii j ' u.i OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OprosiTE St. Paul's Chukch, Main-st, TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, a. TIVO 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 shortet period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions' and TwenUj-five cents for every subse quent nserllon. iCFA lib...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 June 1842

VARIOUS MATTERS. FURTHER PATIOULARS OP TllE.HARTH QUAKE IN HAYTI. PonTO PtAEA,.Vflt 20,1842. On the 7th day of May tho island of tlayti was visited with an earthquake, which, in il destructive effects, hai proved Itself to be the severest which we have ever had on record. Tho weather had been for many days past cxcesiively hot and sultry; 'the teinperaluro varying from 02 to 05" in ihe shade, and 110 when exposed to the solar rays, The, winds were hot, parch ing, and unfreshing, and the drough hud been for some time past prevailing. In the afternoon of that dy, at about half-past 6 o'clock, I was standing on the square, which is situated in an elevated part of this town. The sky was uncommonly serene, and the descending sun ptomUed to be bright and glorious in its setting. Just then casting my eyes towards Mount Isabella, which overlooks the town, I perceived u -dark vapor ascending and enveloping its base and sides: a rolling rumbling sound immediately succeeded, and instonenusly c...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 June 1842

"TnoTU without rein ' S.1TUIIB.1Y, JTVA'E 25, 1812, FOR PRESIDENT, (Subject to the decision of the National We aro requested to mention that tlio Rev. WILLIAM J.EYER will deliver the Address at tlio Orangcville Celebration. Wo aie Under renewed obligations to tho Hon. 13. A, liidlack for valuable publio documents. 4th jujly,- ORANGEV1LLE CELEBRATION At a large and respectable meeting of tlio f ... citizen oi urangevmenncl vicinity.conven d at the house oflsaac 0. Johnson, June 22, J 842, Dr. G. W. Loll was called to tho chair, Isaac Welch and Daniel Fornwald ap pointod Vice Presidents, E.G.lticlcetls and Jesse Uoleman Secretaries. Resolved. That this meeting justly ap iiut:iaic ilia merit o nnr imp hit inre ,n casting off iho British yoke, and believe tho day ought to bo commemorated by their jiuaiuriiy. RcsoWed. That wo will U60 all reasona bio exertions to celebrato our birth of liber rty at Orangville on the approaching An niversary. Resovcd. Thrt a committee of threo be appointe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 June 1842

' 'J l' Poetry, From lie Porttl Tribune. i " 4 LOVE THE MAN. 1 lore Hie man who ealmly rest When wealth and friends are gone, Who peace and love.those heavenly guesti , Securely makes his ownl Who never lo6ltBto earth for bliss: What treaures in the skies; To whom keen soirow's dark abyss, Brings no opptessivc sighs. I love the man who kindly bears The haughty tyrants frown: Alike to friend and'foe he wears The look of calm -renown. "The proud contempt, the graceless -slighti Do not affect his soul! 'He's firmer in the truth and right As passion's billows 'roll. ii love the man who 'freely gives, As heaven has blessed his store Who shares the gifts that he receives With those who need them more; Whose melting heart of pity moves O'er sorrow and distress ' Of all his friends who mostly loves The poor the fatherless: 'Ilovo the -man -who scorns to be To name, or sect a slave "Whose soul is like the, sunshine, free Free as the'ocean wave; "Who, when he sees oppression wrong Speaks'out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 July 1842

TUB COLUMBIA niiViUMiiii. " ' . ..c . , 1 havo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Mail." Thomas Jefferson " ' " ' ; PItlNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. i.' , Volume VI. BliOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUJLY 2, 1842. JViimlics-to. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opfosite St. Paul's Church, Main-st- TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be FiftU Cents, if not paid within the year, iVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six montiis; nor any aiscon iinilante permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. published every aacurany morning, m TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable hnlf iie.arhi in advance, or Two Dollars mfl. D V,E R TISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously mseriea ai OnP Dollar for the first three insertions' and Twenty-five cents for every subse- quent nscriion, iir made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid, ADVENTURES IN I1AVANNA. A ROMANTIC SKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 July 1842

THE DEAD MONSTER. The U. S, Bank building.- in (Cheenut t treet Is advertised td be sold by Ihe Sheriff r tJt-!l'llL! 1 . I . 1.1 . oi riuiauoipiiin. uis a spicnuea mamie structure, and should be bought by the Governments Indeed'we are .puzzled toira ngme where bidders are to be obtained for nuch a cosdy edifice. -'Closed as it 'is at present for the ordinary purpose of bail - netSjit has a melanchely aspect. Convert d'mto a Custom House,the- elect would 'bo benefical, not bnly'to our merchant, but to the immediate neighborhood -and tho public at large, The fact is, ercn those who' have suffered most bv -the explosion 'of the jnonsler, are -anxious to forget ana get riu 01 an associations connected with its past history. Phila. Inquirer. The lime was whsn a-journul of tho 'In .quirera school wauld have thought it 'flat burglary' at least tospeak thus disrespect fully of the great regulator ofcurrency and cotton; but now even whiggery, once-so de leted to 'the-monster can afford to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 July 1842

-E S3a SQCE 122 'Ct'o "TRUTH WITUOU'f FEAH " ' SATUnOAV, JULY 55, 1812, FOR PRESIDENT. JAMES BUCHANAN. C Striy j to the decisionof the Nationa Convention .) ORANGEVILLE CELEBRATION. Tq our last wo published the proceedings of a meeting hold at Oratigeville, making arrangements for tho celebration of the CQih Anniversary of our Independence'.' We neglected however, (o tneiuioii.that the di.i ner was to be provided by Mr. George Seiple, and from the known qualifications of mine host.thoro can be no doubt but that arnplo provisions will be made for all who may attend. From tho arrangements that wo learn have been made, anil from tho known ability of tho committee, we believe that the celebration will be as grand on affair as ever came off in Columbia county The Apportionment Bill has been signed by the President, and has become a law. There will be considerable difficulty in the Legislature in the arrangement of the dis tricts of the state, and wo should not be urprised if the Legislat...

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

w ... i J A -aMU nr. wjjuj ivA!i MAY , 1st, 1842. THE SATURDAY POST; jtifAlMLY SHE2 T, f- - v O THE MAMMOTH CLASS. THE TA'IiL GENTLEMAN'S. APOLOGY, Upbraid me nolj l newswere Eternal love to thee, iFor thou art pnly'five fetl high, And -lam six feet three; 1 wonder, dear how you supposeiJ. ' -That I could look' o low-; , There's many a one can tiej a knot, if, he eternal fix a beaut Besides, you must confess, my love. The bargain scarcely fair; ft Nor ever could we make a match, Although we" make a pairT jgj. , 'Marriage-1 know; makesone or two, Bufhere's the horrid bore'S ; My friends, declare,, if yw are 'one! c,, That I, al, least, am four.' . c. "'Tis true the morllels hare-said, - That Love. has got no "eyes But why- should all my sighs be heaved, For one who has no size! And on our wedding-day Jl'arri sure I'd leave you inthe lurch, " For yon never saw a steeple, dear, In th' inside of a church. Tis. usual for a wife to take . , Her husband by the arm, But pray excuse me shoul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 July 1842

COLUMSIA DEMOCRAT. 1 have sworn upon tUo Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jeffernon PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Uunc VI. JSIiOORISBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1842. Number 11. Till ICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, rB St. Paul's Oinmcit, Main-st 01. UMBIA DEMOCRAT will be shed even Saturday morning, at 0 DOLLARS per annum, payable yearly tn advance, or i wo uouars Cents, if not paid within the year, scription will be taken for a shorter d than six months ; nor any discotf tnee permitted, until all arrearages lischarged. 1RTISEMENTS not exceeding a re will be conspicuously inserted at Dollar for the first three insertions' Twenty-five cents for every subse t nsertion. icyA liberal discount 'e to those who advertise by the year mTERS addressed on business, must ost paid. from tho Baltimore Saturday Visiter. PERSEVERANCE. BY T. S. ARTHUR. iw far is it from here to the sun, asked Harman Lee of his father's tice James Walla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 July 1842

r icrtiut power Once on his feet, with so flimsy a position to tear into totter, m that which his 'learned brother hed presented, ieo seemed never tor grow tired of the tear ing process. Nearlyon hour had passed away when he resumed his -seat with a look of exultation, which was followed by a pitying, and contemptuous smile, as Wal lace agdfh slowly arose. Ten minutes, however had not passed when that smile had changed to a look of Surprise, mortification and alarm, all blend ed ioto a single expression. Tlio young lawyer's maiden-speech showed him to be n calm, deep systematic thought well skilled in points of law and in authoritcsand more than all, a lover of practical and comprehensive views. When he sat down no important point in tho caso had been left untouched, and liono that had been touched required further elucidation. Lee followed briefly in a vain attempt to torture bis language, and break him down Hut ho felt that he was contending with weapons whose edge's were turned a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 July 1842

"THUTU WITIIOVT FEAIt " 8.1TUB.UJ1Y, J-ITLV 0, 1812, FOR PRESIDENT, BUCHANAN. Subject to the decision of the National Convention .) Tho lenglh of the proceedings of the 'Orangevillo colobration oxcludss much of other mailer prepared for to days paper. ORANGEViLLE CELEBRATION, JSJJT.Y 4, 1842. The OGih Anniversary of Aoerican Inde pendence was celebrated al Orangeville", in a very appropriate and pleasant manner. Tho morning was usherpd in by several dis charges of ? field piece placed upon an emi nenco in the neighborhood, the report of which, echoing and re-echoing through the surrounding country, gavo notice te the citizens that the anniversary of our natal day was at hand. At an early hour, a largo number of cilizen3 assembled in the village lo participate in the festivities of the lay. At half-past 10, a procession was formed under the direction of Doct. G. W. Lott, Chief Marshal,in the following order: The Bloomsburg Artillery, headed by their splendid Band, and Martial Music, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 July 1842

1 -fhV :--sv Poetry n - MOONLIGHT. A 2VEW VOLUME. MAY 1st, 1842. THE SATURDAY POST. A FAMILY SHEET. or THE MAMMOTH CLASS. Btf TH01U 8 CAMPBELL; kin tli at would made a maid's cheek fluih TOlh, 08 if kissing were a sin nil i n 1 1 ii n uiuic ii iiuuui .l toll ahj rt n nnr I ... 1 - 1.1... I. O Uk a 111 Ml 111 U t BIIU U WAMWXf Beneath a modest moon. ays, gone never to come back: hen love returned entranced me . .Ill 1. i... so. H. BLI11 113 UIUIIII60 .i.U.W uut eiuii In the dark-chamber of my heart; e not my memory's fulme track I will not let you part. I'll l. .. nH.lUal 'Intra. nt nn mv bosom dront her head; n jjuvuiikiiii i.iwi. ...i moment 'then concentrated he blisB oLyears; is if the spheres Their course had faster driver, carried) Enoch-like above, A living man to Heaven 1 i Moon's the Earth's enamoifcd bride; I'rua to him in her very changes ro other stars she never ranges; dips Though;crossed(by Inm, sometimes she ' light, in short ottendea pride, And. faints to an eclipse. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 July 1842

THE (MlflBIA MJMKRAT. I hare sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form1 of Tyranny over tlio Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume Vff. B1LOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JttXY 16, 18425. Number 12. ' '' " ""Tl"''" 1 - " ' '- ' ' ' - "' "TT.u . r-" J"V. ' " .JUijm Opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-st TEHMS : The COL UM1JM 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 tvilhin the year No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Jjouarjor me jirsi tnrec insertions' and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. lCr"JI liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on bttsiness, must be post paid. have no objection of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 July 1842

VARIOUS MATTERS. The Banks. The following is a law, having been signed by the governor. We may uow expec'.the issue of such (rush ns the relief notes to cease- an J by cancelling the community in two or three yean be ti'l of tlio most worthless of thorn. RESOLUTIONS' To ptevent a further subscription by lje Banks to the loan authorized by I ho act of Fourth of May eighteen hundred and forty-one and to provide for the redempt ion in gold and silver coin of the relief notes. Resolved by the Senatz and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met' That theUanks of thisCommon wealth which issued notes under the provisions of the act passed the fourth day of may ono thousand eif lit hundred and forty-one, shall receive five percent interest in addition to the one per cent already allowed to be paid semi annually at the Treasury of tho Common wealth upon the amount of notes legally issued by the same under said act com mencing at the end of sixty da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 July 1842

"tiictii wiTliocr run " BJITVItDJlV, aULV 10, 18, FOR PRESIDENT JAMES BUCHANAN. Subject to the decision of the National Convention .) RHODE ISLAND. A large nuinbsr of arrests of tho 8uffrago party lists taken place, anil an examination of prisoners is going on daily. Several liave been discharged while otliors have been committed for trial fur high treason. TIid charter party having conquered the suffrage men, are now taking their revenge ' very coolly, by imprisoning them without mercy. It is said that several hundred have been thrown into tho prison, whore lliey suffer severely from their crowded elate. Governor Dorr has fled, and sup. posed to have gone hi Canada. THE TREATY. Alluding to the rumoured Treaty, tho Na lional Intelligencer says 'Wo aro afraid that the news is not only prematute, but that there is a possibility nf its not becom ing true at present" Certain it is, that ru mor represents the settlement of one at least of tho questions between Great Britian and the Unite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 July 1842

ffOLDEN MEMORIES' II LEWIS J. CIST' They are jewels of the mind. They ore tendrils of the heart," "With our being are entwin'd Of our very selves a parti They are records of our youth, Kept to read in after years. They are manhood's well of truth, Filled with childhood's early tears, (Like the low and plaintive morn Of the night-wink 'mongst the trees, Sweet to hear, though sad and lone, Are those 'Olden Memories!' Like the dim traditions, hoary, Of our loved and nativo clime; Xikesome half-forgotten story, 'Kead or heard in olden time. Like the fresh'ning dews of even To the parched and .hooping flower; Like the peaceful thoughts of Heaven, In life's tempest-shicken hour; Like the cadence of a song, Yet, oh. sweeter far than these. Are the thoughts that round us throng With those 'Olden Memoriesl In the solitude of even, "When the spirit, lone and dreary, Turns from earth away to heaven, As the refuge of the weary; In the dreamy twilight hour, When the world is still and calm, And ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 July 1842

1 COLVUBIA DEMOCRAT. ' tfcTT I havo sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of TyraO? over tho mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PItlNTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB. Volume "Vff. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 18455. Number IS. THE 0IT1CE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite St. Paul's Cituncit, Main-st The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable halj yearly in advance, or J wo JJollara 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. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at une Dollar jor the Jirst three insertions and Twcntu-five cents for every subsc qitent nscrlion. CJA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From tho Lady's Book for July, 1842. THE EJECTMENT. AN IRISH 'SK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 July 1842

"VARIOUS MATTERS. Another Dreadful Catastrpohe.-The Montreal Courier of (ho lltliinsf contains fen account of ono of tho moat distressing casualties which has occured in theProvince since the introduction of steam on the St, JLawrahce. 'i'iie high pressure steamer Shamrock, while between Luceihe and Points Cloire, on her way to Kingston, with 120 passengers, about ten o'clock on Satur day morning last burst iicr boiler, and her bows being blown out by the explosion tshe went down head foremost' So sudden wire the effects that in less than 5 minutes sixly.two human beings were precipitated into eternity. The passengers were English Irisii and Scotch imigrants; but principally English, and rero distributed at the time ofthc accident nearly as follows: The English, in a number about sixly-five.exclu-sively, occupied the bow of tho vessel, while the Irish and Scotch occupied the stern, in the cabin were three English women and two men between decks, ia tho forepart of the vessel were a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 July 1842

fiy lasl evening's mail wc lean thai the J-ejult of the election in Louisiana I'as lutncil in favor of Democracy, and Louisiana is' tfglit side up.' Monlon'n majority fur Gov vornor. as far as heard from, is 1D73! Tho Whig majority in ilio samo parishes in IS 10, was 3,880, consequently the Dem ocratic gain is 44G31 Thero will bp a Democratic majority in loth houses of (lie Legislature! This-is the first time that the Democrats have over carried their candidate for Gov ernor. flu tables arc turned, in the candidates 'for Congress. The honorable E. D' Vliite(Vhig)has been re-elected from tho 1st district with out opposition. General DawGon (Dcm) is re-elected from the 2d congressional district; by bo wccn live and six .hundred majority. Partial returns, received from tho 3d con j;ressionai district indicate that James G tfryce( Dcm.) has been elected over the honorable John Moore; the present Whig Representative, by a large majority. The , sober second thoughts' of the pco pic never ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 July 1842

2oetry MAN OF TOIL Man of Toil, wouldst Shou be ficc. Lelid thino cart to Reason's call, There's folly in the Drunkard' gleo There's madmws in the midnight braw!; Ths ribald jest, the vulgar song. May give a kce ncr sling to care! The riot of a reckless throng May lead to ruin and despair; Ta-1 truth unloose thy fottered soul There is no freedom in the bowl. Man of Toil, wouldst thou be wise, The paths of moral light explore; Pierce the human heart's disguise, And track its motives to the core; Creation's boundless beauties scan, Observe its wonders search its laws; Look on the vast harmonious plan And learn to lovo the Eternal Cause, Lat Truth illume thy darkened soul There is no wisdom in the bowl. Man of Toil, wouldst thou be blest, Give thy purest feelings play: Bring all that's noblo to thy breast, Let all that's worthless pass away, Let generous deeds bid sorrow cease, Let gentlest words thy lips employ, Scatter the seeds ef love and peace, And reap a harvest full ol joy, Let ...

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