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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 July 1842

ttoxo .worn upon the Altar-of God, eternal Hostility to every form of Tyranny ov er tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson Volume Vff. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, urrosiTE St. Paul's Ciumcii, Main-st TERMS The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will bc .published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars iyty Lents, if not paid within the year No subscription will betaken for a shorter penou man six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages xru uiscuargca. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will bc compicuoushi inserted at vim uuuurjor incjirst three insertions and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrlwn. ICT A liberal discount mnAr, tn ...7.- I ? .1 1 fiuut. iv iiiuou wiu uuvcrusc uy me year, LETTERS addressed on business, 71111st oe post paia. From the New Haven Herald SOCIABILITY OF BIRDS BEAUTI FUL INCIDENTS. Letter from a young Lady to Rev. Mr. Lindsley, of Stratford. Ueau bin: Having often heard that yourself anil ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 July 1842

He of the grey eye was building, a few 'miles off, a palace like & residence. It 'was of great size and beauty. Wow lie fhad it furnished wilh'fho most Bumptuous luxury. Co'it and pains were not spaied, until desire had no further room for wish iutr. Here tills rich man 'settled himself : and here, when ho hall become a little used to his grandeur; so that it did not sit swkwaidlv unon him. lie determined to rive a sunerb entertainment. Preparations were accordingly made; scientific cooks were encaged; foreign deli cacies purchased, and the most exquisite iliatipi nrenarcd. The hour and the company arrivedand ilia master of the feast looked round witb a nmlln. a9 each ono seated himself at his place. They ate and drank and mado merry, Delieht. and Friendiless, and Comfort seemed the presiding spirits of the banquet, After a while.when their glaswes were filled with rich wine it was proposed that they should have a toast. So a bcnevolont look ing elderly gentleman rose, and after...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 July 1842

fOTHE DEMOCRATS-OF PENN SYLVANIA. Felloui-Cilizcns: Tho Undersigned, n committee appointed by a Democratic meet ihg held al Harrisburg, on the 23d day or March last) trust that tlioy need not apolo gise Tor addressing you, at this time, on a lsubjent which may uo regarded ns ono in "which we feel a dommon interest. Our State our own glorious and beloved Pennsylvania which has been first among the foremost in advocating and sustaining Democratic measures and defending the rights of tho people against tho encroach ments and usurpations of federalism "which has, on all occasions, manifested o patriotism as pure as it was disinterested--that elate possesses' political claims which wo believe the present to be the proper time for asserting, and it is to this point that wo icspectfully ask permission to direct your attention. Wo have spoken of tho patriotism of Pennsylvania as being puro and disinterested land tho record of her past history establish es the truth of our assertion. From th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 July 1842

Poetry W O M A N. Truo is woman, true arid trusting, Much-forgiving, patient, kind ; On man's plighted honor resting, To its worthless nature blind. Woman fell by arts deceitful, Nought suspecting, nought she feared; And unwitting, s!io the apple Gave to hiin whom lovo endcar'd, O 1 when clouds of Borrow o'er us Darkly hang, how soon to bliss Dearest woman's smiles restore us, Seal'd with her true-hearted hiss. What deep founts of kindly feeling Swell up injher snowyj breast, In each word and ook revealing How man's in her presence blest, ZiOVC, air! truthfullest affection, Havo their shrine within her heart, 'Till botrayed, norlhcse, nor virtuo Ever from that homo depart. She's a spring, that pure as crystal, O'er earth's green moss'd carpet flows, :Bat by man's vilo power disturbed, Stains of guilty wrong sho shows. 'With strong tows of truth we tell her, That our lovo is all her own, She believes, and we may blamo not Sins, despair has caused alone. How, when grief and sickness '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 August 1842

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 1 have sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PitlNTEl) AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. fc- 1 1 - - . . -.I.,. .,1 . . , i . ., . J'.';;:;;,;,';,'"" '" 11 1 1 1 1 - - , Volume VI. BLOOBISBURC, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1842. Number 1. Li 1 ' ' Ssisss ' ' g, , ; , r i inj OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTE St. Paul's Oiiuuch, Main-st TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will published every Saturday morning, re TWO DOLLARS per annum, payabsl half yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollaat Fifty Cents, if not paid within 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 Dollar for the first three insertions and Twenlij-five cents for every subsc. quent nserllon. CF"A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 August 1842

FOREIGJT. The steamer Groal Western, Captain Iloskins, wlilcli loft Liverpool on th? lOtli July, arrived at New York about 0 o'clock on Saturday morning last, making the trip in about 13 1'2 days. She brought Bristol and Liverpool papcts to the 16th and Lon don to the 15th tilt The Death of Duke of Orleans. The Prince Royal of France is dead. The In lilligenco reached London on tiio 12lh June by a pigeon express from Paris. The official account stales that on the morning of Oth at half past ten, (lie Duke of Orleans went to Neuilly, to take leave or the royal family, intending to set ofT the next morn ing for the camp of St. Omar. A short dis tance from Neuilly the horso ran away. At this moment the duke, to avoid tho danger, leaped from the carriage; but un fortunately' his spurs, or, as some says, his reword, caught his travelling cloak. This accident caused him to fall, and the Prince received some contusions on the temple and the wrist. A cerebal congestion was occasioned by tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 August 1842

bill nolwiiiisinnuinff iho whole notico of the city were In tho field, they wcro unablo to restore quiet until lato nt night. The military anil police, to the number of n thousaml, remained on duty during tho night of Tuesday. The Philadelphia pa pers of Wednesday morning, say thai no person had been killed, though a large number wcro in the hospital severely woun dcd. MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES. Alluding to the passage through that city tf three Government messengers to Mexico the baltimoro Clipper says. This looks as though our Government anticipated a rupture with Mexico, which is rendered very probable by the latest infor rnation from that country. Tho tone nssu hied by the Mexican authorities has recent ly become very warlike and threatening, to which they may have been instigated by other powers" No matter. Wo stand ready to repel by force, whether Mexico come single handed or aided by others. If she court's war with the United States, she will have it to her hcait's content...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 August 1842

JPoetryi The following spirited lines ore from tho Lowell Oflering.and were written by a'Fac tory Girl,' ray country's flag. My Country's Flag ! I love to gaze Upon thee, bathed in Freedom's light! I love the verybreezo that plays Among thy folds on yonder height. Thy Stars and StripeB 1 I love lliem well, For all the high-born truths they tell They o'er my spirit casta spell, That seems by angel impulse given: It savors less o( earth than heaven. My country's Flag! I love to think Of thee, as of a heaven-born thing, And with thy every thought, to link A holier name than prinoo or king. The Christian's God it was who made The hand to rear thee, strength to save And made thy champions bold and bravo To lift tho Stars and Stripes on high, And tell their freedom to the Bky 1 My country's Flag! A sight of thee Shall waken liveliest gratitude; And many a youthful heart shall see, That to be great is to be good. That noble being all must love, Who, rising in grandeur far above, Meanwhile ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 August 1842

THE ( OLOIBIA DEMOCRAT. 1 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume VI. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1842. Number 16 Ihave sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Miiid r .. , SsS OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT OrrosiTE St. Paul's Church, Main-st X Jil JTUMLto . e uujl umisiji jujiiiuuuiiJi J wm vc puuusnea every oaiuruny morning, a TlrU LtVJjljJliiS per annum, payable half vearhi in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, tj not paid within the year, No subscription will be taken for a shorter y.. i .. ..i i ' M.MiAf f I. fiwvk . au .f.nMU. nnuuiivt: pcrmiiieu, uniu au arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted A... n;.. r4i.Jn-t and Twenlvfivc cents for evcru subse - vric jjvtiuijvi hic in ai un tc iiiaziituua, ocnf jiserton. liberal discount LETTERS addressed on business, must oeposipaia. Prom the Lady's Book, for August CHARITY OF THE WORLD. BV LOUIS FITZGERALD TASISTKO. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 August 1842

DOMESTIC CREDITORS. CIRCULAR. Treasuiit Office, JIarrisburg, Aug. 1, ',1842, , To the "Domestic Creditors of the Stale Pennsylvania. In order that you may bo able to under stand fully the provision of the Ao of Assembly, passed a) the extra session, in relation to tho payment of the claims of the Domestic Creditors, I havo directed tho section of said act, relating thero to bo published horcwith, to wit: " Section 1. Bo it enacted by the Senate and Houso of Representatives of tho Com monwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met: And it is hereby enacted by the authority of tho same, that tho State Treasurer shall be.and ho is hereby author ized, empowered and -required to apply and, pay out so mucn oi tno interest runus, as may be necessary to meet demands on tho Treasury undor tho requisition of law, to various purposes designated by tho specjfic acts of Assembly.undcr which sucb requisi tion shall be made,(exc"pt the interest guaranteed to Rrailroad and Navigation Carapanies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 August 1842

'mntii vituovt jEin " SJITVnilJIV, .1UGVST 13, 1812, FOK PRESIDENT. JAMES (Subject to the decision of the Naliona Convention.) Our remarks of last week rccommentlintr the sustaining of no man for iho Legislature who would not unreservedly pledge himself opposed to division and in favor of removal, ato favorably received by all opposed to division with whom wo havo conversed, or from whom wo havo heard; They havo however struck terror & consternation into the ranks of tho division men. Although they boasted last winter at Harrisburg, of their ability to elect a mar. in tho county opposed to removal and in favor of division, yui niiun "i mwi vuniiuss, u uii'iu can be a fair test in tho county, they have sent their runners out through tho removal dis tiicts, with anxious hearts and hipocritical faces, advocating the abandonment of the local question, and to place the election up on political grounds only. This is an old gamo oi uio wanvuio junto, it wastrieu,antf uiai iuu, oih-vubb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 August 1842

Poetry THE FUTURE LIFE. rBYJuiTAirr. How shall I know thee, in the sphere which keeps The disembodied spirits of the dead. When all of.theo that time could wither bleeps And perishes among Iho dust wo tread. For I shall feel Iho string of ceaseless pain If thcro I meet thy gentle presenco not; Nor hear tho voico I love, nor read again In thy eerenest eyes 1he tender thought. Will not thy own meek heart demand mo there! That heart whoso fondest throbs to me were given! My name on earth was ever in thy prayer, Shall it bo banished -from thy tongue in Heaven? In meadows fanned by heaven's life-breathing wind, In the resplendence of that glorious sphere. And larger movements of tho unfeiterred mind, Wilt thou forget the love that join'd us Jicre! The love that lived through all. the stormy past. And meekly with my harsher nature bore, And deeper grew; and tenderer to the last, Shall it expire with life.and be no more? A happier lot than mine, and larger light Await tho there, for thou h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 August 1842

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. I have sworn upon the Altar of Ciod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PKINTEB AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB. Volume Vff. BliOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1342. JViuulier 18. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-st Tlte COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will h published every Saturday morning, a TWO 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 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 Dollar jot the Jirst three insertions and Twcntu-five cents for everv subse quent riser Hon. CJA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. (PU BUSHED BY REQUEST.) GREAT CLAY MEETING. At a meeting of Hie friends of HEN I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 August 1842

THE TETO REPORTS. ,1 By a referrencc to tho Congressional nowa , if Wednesday, it will bo seen tiiat tho he Corhmitte 6n t!io late Veto has sent in a Jeporl through their, Chairman Mr. Adams,, vhllo a counter Report has been made by llr. Gilmer, Mr C. J. Ingcrsoll; in behalf if tho Democratic party, dissoaled from joth, and entered his protest. Tho Re port of Mr. Adams, embodies tho views of ho Whig party, as now organized under Henry Clay. Tho Report of Mr. Gilmer, lefends the course of Present Tyler. As this is tho most interesting item of tho week, wo shall givo a brief synopsis of tho two reports Tho report of Mr. Adams, after some introductory remarks, sets forth that this veto message ia tho last of a- series of ox ecutivo measures, the effect of which has been to defeat the wholo action of the legis lative power of the Union. It next refers to ;he ac(o;sion-of Harrison to tho r residency. At that timo the tevenuo of tho country ,vns found insufficient to meet thejoxpondi- lur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 August 1842

"tiidth wrr-Hor? rsin SJlTUliVJlY, JlVaVSTIt, 1812, FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. Convention.,) STo my Democratic Friends. Since the announcement of my name as ca.ididato for llio office of Prothonotary, nrl Clerk of the several courts of Columbia iMHsnirAi ivninn tinun i mi 11 nun mn ,n a nnm mm n n ill i: iiuiu . U - lit AM JJISKK. Aug. 25, 1842. We aro authorized to stato that JACOB v c nijn'iL riruii' r i uv At inrt onuiir.ni i in tin iii uiinimmn ...IHtif nt 4ho nnrl ninrMinn. August u, iwz. We aro authorized to state that PHILIP til limine i iixi is t ucujuiuuiu iui iu'uiul- August 20, 1812. Mb. Webb: Sir; Plcaso announce tlio name of PETER RUPERT, of Monleur township as a suitable person for Joun ty Auditor. MANY VOTERS. Vo aro authorized to. announco ROBERT B.SPROUL, as a candidate for REGISTER & RECORDER, for Columbia county, at the approaching election. Vo aro authorized to announco CHARLES CONNER, as a candidato for the office of REGISTER & RECORDER, for Columbia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 August 1842

MR IIENItY gWaX BV MRS. O K. P0WNK1I.. "What a fovely girl Emma Wharlon is," said Charles Lawrey to a chance acqaiii tance whom ha chancod to meet in the etroct, and as the young man spoko lio glanced across the way to a young lady whoso graceful step and elegant figure at traded universal attention. Ahl that is Miss Wharton!' said Mr. Henry Gowen, the friend whom ho addres sed, I've heard she's rich; but there's no knowing certainly now-a-days, since if a girl has but a thousand dollars sho is made an heiress by the popular report. I do not pretend to know how wealthy 'Miss Wharlon is,' replied Lawrey with some coldness. 'She is an old acquain tance, but I have never troubled myself about her riches.' Faith, now.thai's the firsUhingl would trouble myself about. There is'.it a girl I luve known for a month, a knowledge of "whose fortune I hav'nt at my finger ends, It don't do to throw oneself away on an angel without a sixpence. Catch -ne at it.' Mr; Henry Gowen spoke frankly. He ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 September 1842

COLUMBIA MUOCltlT. I have sworn upon tho AUnr of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson HUNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume VE. BLOOM8BUB6, COLUMBIA COTTY, PA. SATURD AY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1842. ffumiicr 10. THE OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT OprosiTE St. Paul's Ciiuncii, Main-st TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable Hay yearcy in advance, or l wo JJoUara Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. A'o subscription will be taken for a shorler 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 Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. ICfA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year j LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. EansosrsaiiasriasDisrsa THE DAGGER, AND THE GOBLET OF WATER. Hav...

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

AGRICUITURAIi. AGRICULTURAL. At a meeting of the Now Jersey Agricul tural Society, held in Princeton on the 23d ult. Robert E. Horner, Esq. from a com mittee on the subject, made the following Report. ON RUST AND MILDEW. Your commilteo in their endeavor to in vestigate the subject of mildew and rust on wheat, and what may bs in some measure preventives, will firstjpresent to your con sideration some circumstances which have occurred under our observation, to show (hat it is not in the power of us short-sighted mortals, with aut puny arm, to contend against the over ruling providence of God: occurrences arise which ate not in tho pow er of mar. to foresee, govern, or control. In confirmation of this view of the subject wo present the following cases. One of our farmers had an extraordinary piece of wheat, which ho thought out of danger, it was so near ripe. On a very hot clay, between the hours of one and three 6clock,thero came a small cloud over which completely drenched the field ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 September 1842

at Mr. Shrinet's, al, Northumberland, and clandestinely transacted tho business of choosing a site Tor tlio location of the county buildings. And now let me' ask, what course V.Best has token' vrith regard to local matters in this county I Has ho ever wished to mako tho removal question a test point at any elec tion? No but on the contrary ho has ever labored to blind the eves of men in this par of the coiinty( by the promise of office, and jfthe removal question was mentioned, ho lias been struck with surprise, that the pco' plo should think of such a thing, as it was only a whig measure, and got up for a po litical hobby upon which tho bankito wished to ndo into offico.and in this way.ycar afier yearhavo wo been cheated by tho opposcrs of removal. But of late, the pcoplo of this part of tho county, have resolved that they would no longer employ Mr. Best to think for themt hut havo gone to thinking for themselves, and this Mr. Best found to his cost, tho last visit ho msde up to th...

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

PROSPECTUS TO THE NEW VOLUME OP THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE. AND VOLUME XI, COMMENCING JULY, 18-12. John L. O'Souivaw, Edito.: By an increase in the number of pages, and by an alteration in its typographical arrangements, the quantity of matter heretofore furnished to the ren ders of thd Democratic Review, will be increased in its nuuro numbers about SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT. The Editor expects valuable aid tohis own efforts uuring trie coutse oftho coming year, from a num ber of the most able pens of the great Democratic Party together with that of ohers, in its purely literary department, to which the snmo political des ignation is not to bo applied. Among them may be particularly named ; Bancroft, Parkr. Godwin, J.L.Slephens J.L.Cooper, Hawthorne, Tildcn, A. Kendall, Davezac, Tasistro, Whitlier, Paulding, Fames, Sedwiek, A H. Everett, Bryant, Gilpin Brownson, Cats, Butler, Cambreleng, C. J. lngersoll. The Monthly Financial and Commercial arti cles, which have frequently been pronounc...

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