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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 September 1842

LUHBIA m 1 mm Ma Ku Pi 1 liavo aworn upon the Altar of God, ctcrual hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mliid of Mail." Thomas Jefferson MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume VI. jVuinbcr SO1 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT (Jrrosrrn St. Paul's Cnrncii, Main-st TEEMS : fie COL UMDhl DEMOCRAT tvill hc published every Saturday morning, a1 TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin the year. jVb subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square tvill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three i7iscrlions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. C7.tf liberal 'discount made to those u)ho advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE SILVER TANKART. On a slopo of laml opening itself to tho south, in a new settled town, in llio Statu J'uf Maine, s...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 September 1842

rgrocmont shall girt no ilghl to cither party to interfeto villi any legulatlons not inconsistent with tho terms ef this treaty which tlio Governments, respectively, of Mnino or of New Brunswick may make respecting lho navigation of tho said Tiver. -ryhen both banks thereof shall belo.igto lho samo party. ARTICLE IV, All granls of land horetdfore mado by Cllhor party, within the limits of tho territo ry which b this treaty falls within tho do rainiotrs'6f lho other party, shall bo held valid, ratified, and confirmed to lho persons In possession under such granls, to the same extent as if such territory had by this treaty fallen within the dominions of tho party by wtibm such grants wcro mado and all equitable pjjssessary claims, arising from a possession and Improvement of any lot or parcel of'land by the person actually in pos 'session, or by those under whom such per 'son claims, for moro than six years before the date of such treaty, shall, in liko man, ner, be deemed valid, and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 September 1842

AND THE WORTH BRANCH CANAL. It is, known thai John McReynolds.Esq. vn&, last February nppointed Supervisor in ;ho place of David ltownover. It, of course was displeasing to tho Danvillo faction, but, making n virtuo of necesBity they silently ncqui'esocd for a lime. The removal que3 lion, being agitated soon after, and John AlcKeynoliIs taking an active part in its favor, an opposition was organized against liim in Danvillo. First they tried flattery nnd coaxing to prevent his doing any thing in favor of removal. Finding this would riot answer, threats were frcoly resorted to privately, that unless he would abandon ihe question, they would procuro his dis charge. Not succeeding in moving him; all the base means in their power were re uorled to, to procure complaints against him The Boatmen, from Danvillo, received llieir cue, and well did they play it. Every opportunity was sought to embarrass the supervisor and the operations on the canal, during the low water in July, and boat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 September 1842

! ' TO HE NEW VOLUME OF THE UNITED STATUS MAGAZINE. J1ND VOLUME XI, COMMENCING JULY,-1843. 0 Joii L. 0 Scihtax, Editor. "i?jr an increase in the number of pages, and hy an 'alteration in its typographical arrangements, the Quantity of matter heretofore furnished to tho rca ''ilers of the Democratic Review, will bo increased in its future numbers about SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT. The Editor expects valuable aid lohis own efforts "Curing the combo of the coming year, from a num- ilier ol the most ablo ppns of tho great Democratic Party together with that of ohers, .In-ils purely , literary department, to which tho same political des ignation is not to bo applied. Among them may be particularjy named'; .Bancroft, Parke. Godwin, J.L.StepJicns J.L. Cooper, Uawthornc, Jl. Kendall, Davezac, IVhittier, Paulding, JSedwick, A . Everett, . n Tilden, Tasislro, Barnes, Bryant, cn.-s, C. J. Ingersoil. Butler, Cambrelcng, The Monthly Financial and Commercial arti cles, which have frequently been pronou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 September 1842

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. WW Hi Ml I havo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. y , , . , , .... . -. , Volume VI. BLiOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1842. JVumlierSl. jS? ' !-?- '- 1 ' 1 r" ' ' 11 '-1 -' 1 ' OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Ojtosite St. Paul's Church, Main-st TERMS : The COL UMBIJ1 DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, ' TWO DOLLJ1RS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or i too voaars v:h,i flnnta. if nnt nnld within the near. fro subscription ivill be taken for a shorter period than six montns; nor any uiscon tinuancc permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a sauarc will be conspicuously inserted at UllC JJOUarjor llie Jlrsi iiitw uiacrnuiia, and Twcniu-fivc cents for every subse. quent nscrllon. iCpJl liberal discount made to those ivho advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 September 1842

flic-Tight so abetitetl as that of aspiring (o Hi o lovt of Ilia sislcr: still loss, to a hop o of winning it. 'But when tho wliolo truth name out; anil ho hoard, and instinctively felt even a species of latant exultation which lent n peculiar emphasis and energy to the speaker's language that this ineo lcnt'lovc had been not only avowed, but returned, and sealed with a secret but sacred plcilgo of betrothal, dating back as far as nearly a year ago, and that Alice's own affections wcro deeply involved in this plebeien and impossible union, lliat she even authorized Edward In plcadlhe certain wrock of her whole happiness in life, if not her life itself, as an inducement to his consent and cid, a deep and powerful revulsion of fooling swept over his heart, ill is astonish mont kept him for some moments speech less, though his flushed and darkened countenanco foreboded (ho storm that was Tibout to break; and even befcrro ho apokc, loused as to a deadly conflict of antagonist -passions,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 September 1842

Hflioy aim nl n cJiane n tiio couniy, lhat would put the tax payers to some twenty thousand dollars expense, for the benefit of a fow greedy speculators at Bloomsburg." Thus saith tlio Algerino of the Intelligen cer, with his usual want of candor and truth, as wo presume he refers to a removal of the scat of justice from Danville to Bloomsburg. If such ho the fact, we pronounce it a wil ful wicked falsehood, uttered by him to do ceivo and dupo the friends of removal, into the support of a man, who, if elected, the Danville faction can use to enrich themselves at tho expense of tho county,' by lopping off one third of the county, and compelling )o other two thirds to put up new buildings lit Danville, in placo of tho old now there. That the avowed object of electing Daniel Snyder is to defeat tho division, and procure tho removal is known to all. Tho friend ol removal do not skulk behind the bush, and resort to Telsc olectionceiing,' to effect a just cause they come boldly up to tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 September 1842

KR-OSFECTTTS - TO THE NEW VOliTTME OF At, UUMMEN UINU JULY, 1843. Jous L. O'SoLLiTAjf, Editor. By an incrcaso in tho number of pages, and by an itpfnrntn 111 ir TvnnrAn i nrrnnrememn. mn 'uantity of ntttler heretofore furnished to tho rea ders of the Democratic Review, will bo increased in '.a futiiro numbers about SEVENTY-F1V13 PER CENT. The Editor expects valuahloaid to his own efforts bring the coulso of tho coining year, from a num- 1 i u - .. . r ii. An4 n . : !arty together with that of other, in its purely V J . A . ' I . 1 I ' . ' 1 1 . particularly named'; ancroji, r arise vroawm, u.Lt.aiepnens A F f . . 1. t rrj.-.r jj.Looper, Hawthorne, J Men, . Kendall, Davezac, Jasistro, iipm nrownson, cass, uiier, ijumureicng, i. u. ingersou. The Monthly Financial and Commercial arti- i t . r . i , . .i remsclvos nlono worth the subscription to tho work ill bo continued from tho same able-hand. An arrangement has been made, by which the 'oston Quarterly Review, edited by Mr. 2nowtr- 39...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 September 1842

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauuy over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PltlNTED AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB. Volume Vff. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 214, 1842. Number 22. EEYS TO THE Formerly owned by D. S. TOBIAS. UraCBOTULLY informs his friends, and JB.1 the aublic generally, that ho lias just receiv cd Irom Philadelphia a new and extensive assort fiicntjof H$i'Ug8) Medicines, Oils, Faints Varnishes, 3 ass, ISyestuII's, Conlcctionarics, &c. &c. which, in addition to his former stock, comprises a complete assortment ol articles in his line or business. All persons wishing to purchase any of the above articles arc particularly invited to call and price thv articles in his Store before buying clscwhciu as he is determined to sell as low, and by n little Jewing, lower than ran be bought any. where else in the surrounding neighborhood. Tho Subscriber considers it hardly nccssary to ' mentio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 September 1842

IfllirMllHHI V IKU I.I IICIl 1 IU1 tllU uuuiwav i nainitii nHfuininuiin. aim ui uuuluiu- itig tho imptesslon of which they wore ns nuch ashamed as grieved that any trace M ."I.-. 11 I 1M.M,1'a r. t.tr 'i -.Ml tt il .! t I 1 , TUrtiirr . Ji -i U.1.H..t.M .l I.i.lali in At. UlllllVfll III III" IBI'KA 1MW LI -f ."iir. ,U.a ..flmf ruth, n lint k shadow rested still evidently II kill' w iiuiu a no wi H'liiR L - . .J l..i it I nani lit In It I d . . I . .Ml I. ... t,,. lliAnn. InOrS 01 IHS reCUIH uuirajtju, iiiuugu mojr MAm dar Tdthotp nnd Iihf lirnlhcr. in sonic nrn man iiiii;e3 uusovu uon unw ClrlUU iUHM 1UVU Ml tuc waooiuu mv mu1 .... - .1.. I . IIIUI ilia ucan nan ujuiu vatuwuj w.. l V OKU UI w . ........ v I hAvac i trip nnrRRii n nnp. ii is in ttiEaiaiiw tit 'VD.SMIIPfMI nT. nilil'll Hfl LIICV were by the trusting impulses of her own -sweet and generous nature; and they ut lenirih nsrtod. not to meet again till the appointed hour on tho morning oT the day whnn she was to he received...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 September 1842

flfcWAIifc OF ttAtsfi ELECTION EERING. 1 ffe canhot toot often wain iho people to teware of ilte ''false eleclionctnng" of tho Djnville faction. They Hro already flood jug the county with handbills, tnaktnu per tonl unci abusive attacks upon the character of Daniel Snyder, and other fricnils of the icmoval. Nothing is ton foul or base fot yiifm to resort to, if it will have tho least tendency to defeat tho removal. Therefore, we caution all to 5ewarc of their false and villainous handbills which they will issue daily from tho press of .ho Algerine, and circulated by the hands of the sheriff of the tounly, whilo travelling through it election eering for his brother. "Voice of ROARING- CREEK.0 In nnreuance of the call, a large num lirr of citizens of Roaring Creek, assembled at the house of E. Kerns jn Roaring Greek, on Saturday, the 17th of September 1842, ana or ganized by appointing ANTHONY DENGLER, President. AlkxaNdeh, IVIears, ? y Presidems. Jacob R Hower, J fSasffCrnTW I Secret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 September 1842

Ms "twjtu WiTuocr rain ' SJITVIIDJIV, SEPTEMBEIt 24, 1812, "1 ho assertion of Webb, that Richard Fruit, the democratic candidate, is pledged uy any connection, or by his won), to 'sustain division,' is an unqualified false hood.' Jllgerine. When we made Iho assertion lhat'Richard Fruit, was 'pledged by his connection if not by liis word, to stistain division,' we thought we had sufficient evidence in our possession to st tisfy even liio most crcdu- ulous of the fact, and not having seen any reason to change our mind since, we still think so, It is well known that a bill was passed by the senate last winter making a new county out of parts pf Columbia and Luzerne, and that Daniel Snyder, in oppo sition to all the influence that iho Berwick and Danville gently could bring to bear upon it,defoated it in tho House, fc well do they know that so long as Daniel Snyder is a member of the house, this unholy project of theirs never can be effected. In addition -senator Headley's term expires ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 October 1842

TIB II 01 I WKIV MIIOfRAT rmr- . . . ., -,. , ... . .... , ... , , . l iiavo sworn upon the Altur of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mam Thdmas Jefferson i MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBD. I ' " 1 ' ' ' " " ... ...I .... , .. I. - - - - 1 1 - " ' ' - ' " . I I II ...... a I l , - - , II - I N I I I . I l - II Xlmnc yg: BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1842. ' dumber 23. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT OprosiTE St. Paul's Cituncn, Main-si, TERMS : The 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. JSTo 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 One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrlwn. tCPA liberal ...

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

irmpotSy of n common anguish Blood nd binli wcro forgoiien now, She did not die ti.l the following day lough alio novor.spoke nny more, except slight motion of her lip's In an ailempt to oin in tho services of tho church whicli rero performad at hot bedside. Sho pas ed away so cal nly and quietly, that, it can o no belter described than in tho follow ng lines of which I havo forgotten tho au horJ Wo watclied her breathing through tho night, Her breathing soft arid loW Is o'er her heart tho waves oflifo Camo heaving to and fro, And still our hopes belied our fears, Our fears our hopes belied! IT - I. . I. - .!..:.. ... 1 .Un BtArit (f U lllUMHIl, IICI UYIIIll UIIUU wn. ..n.,.., And sleeping when sue dieur A few words will conclude all that re . , . . , - ains la do iuiu. uuwurii ncvui uamc : H... n I n .. t ,,i,t. nnll r ( llm f.i m 1 1 , n I ho Hall. That such a mceling should lavo been avoided by all was but natural. uulll mm uuuiau, ,,iui mi, wi .m,...,, rhe old Baronet did not su...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 October 1842

, R(,0 o.'aity good meaning citizen of tMa "jjeiotved Tlint the votes of Daniel Sny , nnon the (ax bills whlrh llio ussertton '"I Tl. I.I.I. 1. I pfJ ucsl roupion iu iJiiuso uiiiiunyt;, I., a, ml, nl in r i nt en na lliR nnlilir.nl tiy i which he boasts the honor of filling i niembcr, have always advocated. i ,i pre nuvocntco nv iiii; ueiiioi.ruui: niy ul the time wliett uaniei onyuer voieti hh mm. Ittolvcd Thai the only snro plan of jjtiling oursehes against the baneful re ,11! winch wuuiil inevitably be experienced I f.tn f ., nninll riinilU IB 111 J) (IV 1SIOO U I UUI onion .......... i- icrt verv honest means ot uelonling the fl.. nf llinlinr.l firi,il. nml nrilipn n (inn Ccti."i ul ' " i ... II. fnr i m i nnnrl nl the removal Jjilio"ate. Resolved That wo now call upon the undid consideration of the freemen of Co- nirbia county, to tieciue a question wnion .mi tili.i rnmlnl thnm f-nmlMrlnhlv hll'St tiiiinii tct of justice, or forever deprive hem of fiacretl rights as a people, b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 October 1842

"tnvta without rrin " MTVltVJtl, OCTbBbn i, I84 THE TRUE ISSUE. Do the peoplo of tho county understand the Ituo issue to bo decided at the October election? is a question asked of us almost daily, and tho only answer wo can give is, that wo tear not by all, though wc are satisGcd that a largo proportion do, ' and will act accordingly. Dut what is the true and only real issue.? Wo answer, a 're moval or division.' Out wo are asked, can not wo prevent a division without a remo valf No. The upper portion of tho county ore determined to have one or Ihe other, -and if tho removal is killed, a union will be bad upon the division, and then the county tvill be distracted not by the removal' but by tho 'division question.' Tho Danville faction may throw around it, all the false coloring that their inventative imagination can conceive, and It will not change the true issue. They may say that they are oppos- n to division,- that they want to keep the county together that they are opposed to re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 October 1842

fit ' ' tBjSSfMBft'lBBjr . 1 havo swarli upon the Altar- of Cod, eternal hoitlllty to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of MaH. Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY: IT WEBB, ,V.lumc .Vis BLOOMSIJURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1842. Number 4. MUOlgT. HMOCMTIC Ticket 9 Wor Assembly Daniel - : - .- w' - X'' Commissioner, JOHN B. EDGAR. Auditor, roll nson - wrniKerers Prothonotary, Jacob Eyerly. Register and Recorder, Charles Conner. iT" 'v. .... .S1 -1 . "'t',:MCr Voice of Briercreelc CHARLES CONNER This gentleman.is the candidate fur Reg lemoval. Therefore division to rnrre lo our refrue anil .save Aesoiued That we view the attempt of ,,PlIf,f1.aiI wc , rr(Mn ,eigo,iitrt ai a few reckless speculators lu cut anil tarve , , f))r . , , up the county merely lor Hie advancement M0t)e; That we will iW our inmost iater and Rtrnnlei upon the removal ticket ut itieir own personal m irci, nB..iim ui x.-.tions to drfeHt thp elrriinn of Richard -,! ia a vounir man twenty f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 October 1842

MM tOVl THM COLVMBIA DEMOCRAT. The Election XSampiign of 18iii for 'the county of Columbia, is one of vital interest . to the inhabitant! of this rounty.and not on ly to the present, but to future generations, as this, campaign, in all human probability, will be tho means of settleing the long agi tated question of removal of tho scat of Justico of this countyy either by obtaining a Removal, or by causing a division of the county. And shall the interests of a majority of the county still continue, to be set at naught, and their humble petitions arid petitioners, made the subject of contempt ridicule, calumny, and abuse, and not un froquenlly havo the inhabitants of this part of tho county, been insulted, in the grossest manner, by some of the purse proud aris tocracy of Danvillo, by displaying a few pieces of gold coin, and accompaning the act with the exclamation "you up creek fellows do not know how to bore for the re moval; you have not got enough of the yellow boys, tho real, Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 October 1842

The Itinerant la'hderet fobn Q Mori gomeryiU travelling llie counly dealing out his low ami oft repeated falsehoods relating to Daniel Snyder and ourselves, for the pur jiose of turning the attention of the people from Ike main question oeiore u:em. un Saturday last he attended a meeting held in Perry and spoko for an hour, tho whole luitlien of his speech being a reckless tissue of low, vulgar blackguaidism, detraction and falsehoods, that would have disgraced the varies! street brawler in a drunken frolic at Ymilisia muster. He received, however, (yOnC 01 WO DUVClcai icuunvD uif lliu ai'Ul, mat - -.!.- ..I . ,!... I, ll, ll.l coud bo given by on intelligent, disgusted, and insulted people. They all eft him and silently retired beyond the sound of his voice. Never was a man more severely mortified and chop-fallen. He looked as if he was calling upon the earth to swallow him, that he might avoid any further notice He quickly jumped into his carriage and made all haste for Danville, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 October 1842

is TSSTB. WltBOCT f BAB. " MXVHDAV, tiCTOBERU, 16412. DANIEL SNYDER'S VOTES. "Under this caption, John G. Montgome ry, publishes in ll:e lost paper of the Mgr.' rine, ,n long list of what ho calls Daniel Snyder's votes in the Legislature, and a bach of mote Jesuitical, malicious, false misrepresentations were never given to the public. The intimation, ton, that those votes were given upon the main question, a wholly false and gratuitous. Daniel Snyder, unlike John G. Mont goraery, xas always been a uniform, con sistent, decided democrat,, None of your lime serving, changing policy men, and as such he was elected by the democratic par ty, snd having been so elected he sustained the interests of the party without any ehilking or dodging. And we defy J.G. 'Montgomery, the, Algerine, or anyof the Danville faction, to point out a single prom inent vote of his .in the Legislature, where he was not sustained by tha democratic, members, not only in the house of repre sentatives, but in the,...

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