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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 February 1843

mm mmmmjk I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of .Tyranliy over the Mind of Man." Thohias Jefferson PRINTED AND TUBLISIIED BY. II. WEUB. Volume VB. JBIiOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, JPA. SAtfUteBAY,- 1FBBRUAWY 4, 18431 ' Number 41 fjFFlOE OF THE DEMOCRAT Opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-st TERMS s The COL UMBIA DEMOCRAT will bc published everu Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or l wo uotiara Fifty Chits, if not paid within the year. 7?Vb subscription will bc taken for a shorter period than atx months ; nor any discon' linuancc permitted, untitjttll arrearages 'arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will bc conspicuously inserted at une uouarjor incjirsi inrce insertions nnd Twr.nhJ-fi.vc cents for event stibse quent nsertion. icy A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POETRY. "THE LATE REMORSE OF LOVE." BY MRS. CASS. Come back, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 February 1843

ssss -"TnOTU flTHOVT TEAR S.1TURU-111', FEUnVtlltV 4, 1813, FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHAWAX. (Subject lo the decision of a Naliona 'Convention.) Editorial Correspondence' IlAumsBuno, Jan. 20, 1843 ' In Senate. Messrs. Block and Mathers introduced bills for the reduction of the cap, ital stock qf the Mechanics' Bank of Phila delphia and the Bank of North America. Mr. Stewart reported a bill from thg Houseelative to the auditorr for the city end county of Philadelphia, with sundry a intendments. Mr. Mc-Cu v. from the Committee on Finance, to whom the subject had been re, ferred.icparted the resolution relative to the Relief notes, so amended as to require the immediate cancellation of $100,000 of said issue, and a like sum on the last of every month thereafter until the whole amount shall be cancelled and dsstroyed. The a- mounts placed to the credit of the Common wealth, either in. the County Treasuri,or in any of the tanks, to be -deemed and con -eidfred as so much actually in the tre...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 February 1843

OJrrfch.tlie iN'ew yotk TrillinO. ft yesterday snys Wo tmderstaml that intne important arrestsi 'icoiincetedf with one of our mon'cd institutions, have been made during tho pss? wrek, the particulars "of" vvliioli we Hro itotyct ol liberty to dis close, Hard times in New 1 'ork. -The N. Y, tfjoinl. Advertiser dales Mint one Hundred nen are now rit work upon a joli within n hundred miles "of that city, for their meals and shoes for I Ho winter. TTII K ftntrilirrdnil tleairm, nf rlneinar 1itialrtrea P. ml IheroOre tako this method of informing their farmer customem that thev arc rcntiestml locill and wltleUheir 'aa-oUfita on or bcCore 'the first of Feb- Ufiry without fail, by attending to tho above notice, and bringing n6mo of icady down, they tan savo cost ami troiilfliic. , The subscribers ntso offer for sale goods nt cost to thoso who bting good funds in exchange fur tlio fcnmc, the stock will lie disposed of on reasonable terms iictwrcn tins tvul tlio Iirst ot lpril, to nliy perso...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 February 1843

'OF THE OF THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA POP. TSE TEAR 1842, Tht Auditors elected to adjust and. scltld the Publlb accounts of the county orColumbifl, together with IhVCommissioncrs, Jiavo examined tho salna from the fail day of January, 1842, "until the 31st day of December; of tho same yepf, uoui nays inclusive, and rcspccttully lay bcloro tlio Hon. Judges of tho court of Common Pleas, tho following Btaterncnt and report, agreeably to the uim am sections oi an iici w me ucnerai Assembly, passed Wo lata dav if A ,:( ton 4 AmoUhts rocare'd bIi. AKE6''cSuw?fColumbl 'DH. count fi IVAniouut roccived from Collectors lst'qu artcr froUa Collectors for 1839 1840 1841 4 09 898 47 1,728 02i Amount received from collectors 2d quarter, from collectors for 1839 43 00 1810 181 41 J 1641 2,742 581 Amount received from collectors 3d quart.' -from collectors for 1840 105 00 1841 l.GGS 24 1843 CIO 23 Amount received from collectors 4th quarter from collectors for 1839 67 63 1840' 7 00 1841 617 54 1842 1,23...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 February 1843

- - TBI t have sworn upon the Altar of God, e tenia! hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jtflerson MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume "YB. JTOLOOMSBUKft, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1843. ' Number 4' OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-st The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT mil hi 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. No subscription will betaken for a short tf period than six months; norany discon' tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS no exceeding a square will be conspicuously" inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subsc. quent nserlion. VCjpA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be posttpftidi, . ' '' From' tliorDcmocr'alic Review. ' X HARRY'BLAKE. X t , i. stonr "or cihcvhstXk...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 February 1843

"TnwTn -witisot'T aii ' FOH PMES1DENT, JAMES BUCHAlVAff. (Subject to the decision of a Kationa Convention,) APPOINTMENT BY THE GOV ERNOR. John B. Butler, Levi Reynolds, and William Overfield, to be Cannal Commissi-, oners of the Commonwealth of, Pennsyl vania, for one year commencing February 1, 18 43. Kentucky, with Tennessee, Georgia and tMiisouri, recommends that the Deniocra ic National Convention bo held in Nov, 1843. What saye' Pennsylvania?11 The Columbia Democratic savs yea. ' HAiiKisWb, Feb. 7, 1 843. Yesterday the governor returned to tho Legislature with his signature, tho act can celling 8100,000 per month, of the relief Hole?, until tho whole shall be destroyed. "We have now n fair prospect of getting this trash out of circulation, and (mouthing is certain, if wo.do not get any thing better in Ha place, we oannot get a much worse sub stitute. To morrow the first $100,009 is to be burnt. No Congressional apportionment till has yet passed, although both branches have past...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 February 1843

NOTICE. , , THE undersigned purchased, nl Constable salo us tho property of Pc(cr Kerns, ono;'sorrcl horse, ono steer two years old, one liull of tno tamo ngo, fivo head of sheep, two hogs.ono truck waggon tmo plough; ono lot of plough goers, ono hnrrow, two sugar kettles, ono buck sled, one sled, one cut ting box, four acres of wheat in tho ground, two acres of wrv in tho ground, cV have left the same in possession of said Klino during my pleasure, of Xvlu'ch tho public will please take notice. THOMAS W. YOUNG Teh. 1 1 , 1 84 3. 42. 1 NOTICE. ' 18 hereby given, tint wolnvo purchased nt con ntublo salo as tho property of Henry Vcahlo, ono bay ware, ono plough, ono red hcilfcr, three slicep, tnrco acres ui wueuwn uiu giuuou, bvu ui;b i ryo in tho ground, three hogs, two sett horse gears, uno largo (run kettle, ono weavers loom.ono bureau ono sled and swinglo trees, one harrow, one cradlo mid scythe, andhavo left tho samo in his po ion during our, pleasure, of which tho public posscss...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 February 1843

STATEMENT " 1 OF THE OF THE CtolTlVTY OF COLUMBIA FOE. THE YEAH 1842. The Auditors elected to adjuirt and sotllo the .Puhlic seconnts of the county of Columbia, together with thc'Commisittoners, have examined the samo fiom the firs day of January, 1842. "until the 31st day of Oecember; of tho same yeor, bothdays inclusive, and rtrcpectfully lay before the Hon. Judges of the court of CorrimoivPleas, the following statement and report, agreeably to the i.l ftl.l .(.... A i .1. f 1 I i , . I . . . I , 4rU U1IU NJ Ot;iiUUU Ut Uli Ul U UTUIICIUI VlBSClUUiy, lt!S9UU IUO IOIH Utiy Vi pni, isx. Amounts received by L. lcurofColornbii count?.' DR. ' To Amount,received from CpDectors let quarter ' ? V. from Collectors for' 1899 $4 89.'. 1810 398 47 1841 1,728 92j . PRINTING. Amount paid for advertising, blanksyand " as salaries, do paid L.Lf. Tate tt A.M.Ganeever. paid V. Best, salary and paper &c. Henry Wobb Thomas Painter do do do do do 00 1 J00 75j .84 12 60 00 Manly, Orr.and Liplncott,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 February 1843

ww Jul if JUpliv I'ttlflTfiU km PUBLISHED B H. WEBB-. tr fir' v . OFFICE OF THE DKMOCB&T t)ppbsife fit'. PAUt'a OUul&ttv M'Mh-irr The COL UMHIA DEMQOlMiT tetfi te published-caen; Satitf titty wtovntrtj r 770 DOLLARS ptr nmurm patptttv half nearly iiimfwmce, or 5TfW-AJ&ftit. Kta Cens, incf jwirf uJlfA,in.tfojiCttt tbwxtz-pprmitipdi until atWAtttrctges Writ' Dollar' for the Jim thvwiimtllmi JiuhtMiitr'llon. ftZFifHibtMl diwmt vmadfl& fhd'to-rtho Wttffirliti fop tht'tfVWy LETTER Swldmml oil btmtte mus' E2H35IBIHI& '''Fro'mtVc LadjV liooU for January lfrlS.' Iv''UETlLlNjbl FlbpJ-BR. , . , " ' ni" miss" vmoxxtA BRFonitsT. 1 Hnrry, wha.tis,tho tiso of your fi'ddling tway therpall the, evening, when yt-Mjghl justlaswell lib reading, some useful boo.Or learning some useful arit' Good brother, don't frotr- My fidtllittg doe's not disturb you.- You have such a pow'er'br fixing your ntteniton, hl yolt can study your book just tfg, well vhett I am playing a dancing tune hete...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 February 1843

BJTtrHDJtV, FEBUVAIIY 18, 1843, FOK PHES1DENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. (Subject to the decision of a tfatiotui, Convention.) . ,, . . . HARiusuffRo,;Feb, ,13,1.843. A resolution waa Introduced into the house W-day, instru'elirig the "commitleoron bsnka to report a bill alio wing tho banks to msU0 onej two and three dollar fcills.paysble -on demand. After a lengthy discussi6r.,the resolution was so modified as to retire' them to enquire into the expediency ofo doing, froth votes" gfvett upon this refcolu tion in the course. of its' passsrge, there ap pears to ba'amajdriiy tif'the hob.ec in favor tf small bills. Tho bill abolishing the Nicholson Couit passed the final reading in' the senate to day Ijr a rota f 22 to 0. No other business of Importance was transacted.'- fcknnisBCRd Feb. 15, 1843. 'The Canal Commissioner's bill passed "the house yesterday by a rote 6f 02 to 32 atid it n believed that it will pass the senate by an equal vote. The apportionment bill passed the crista 'several days...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 February 1843

Norton, THE uierattVprehfstujit tw)bJ 0o ts'the tflojrcny f Peter Kerns, one eorrfcl Iwrtf, ori rtccctwo year tilil, one kill of Ufa tme ige, fiv kwi of fheep, ttro hogs,or tiKck vytgfpm crw rdwigh; one lot ej' plough $etfs, nto hsrrow, tw sAJjrar kvlttce, one buck sW, otrc tied, oWccWS ting b4ic,out acres otwhril in the ground, t-o vt&& of wry in tirtstouml, & luvsleTulrae'Wiva 5n fKKifon .'f aW Klme during tiy pIwwirc,-of which, lli pwltUc wWl tJB; take irotic. wiomas w vow? rk u, te3. ia, lltm . -i r- NQTICK. t3 henoy Tjfrtn, thtt wehsvc rAnthvt A cen. J eUble the property uif Henry Yeablc, re j bay mire, one plough, one rod heiffef, thrcclu?tp, three acres of wheat in the graoti-J, seven acres of tyc in the ground, three hogs, two sett IrotRS gear., one UfRC Iron Settles weavers oom.oira bureau one tcd tnd swingle trees, one harrow, one Cradle nd scythe, an dhavc left, tiifc same in his posncw1 ion Juting out ptetsure,tf which lira public will pkasc take notice. v JE...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 February 1843

(i OF THE DOl)jTY OF COkXTjJIBlfA - -POR THE TO AH 1842. The Auditor's elected, to adjust anil settle the Public 'awWrifs bf the bounty of Columaia togcthcrwith thoCommissionsrs, have. examined the s'atrtc from lha firsUlay f January,- 1842. unlit the 31st day of December;- efvth' same. yearb4b day inclusive, and respectfully lay before tho Hon. Judges' of ho courte-f-Common Pleas, tho following statement' and report, agreeably to the 3W and 23J section of an Act of tho, General. Assembly, passed the 15th da of April, 1824. . . . , ,c , .RECEIPTS. f Amounts received by L. A. RUPERT, Treasurer of ColuinbU countri . DR. To'AmouHt received from Collectors 1st quarter f ' -f S ,r- - " , from Collectors for 1839 ,'g4 90 1816' ' BiJ8' 47 ' " " 1841 l',728 02 f2,i 32-39 Amount paid for ad? at salaries VPrlf.Tl.). - IIKIIU, biatiKSrati !. r Lt. 47 i. as salaries. ' ' do paid L.L. Talc fl JA.M'.G ango ver.S ftbo toft tt. . f ,di paid Wllest, salary and paper &c. 10&n75i, !- 'T" ao' H...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 February 1843

& Jswtl'H ?99l xci a Hi ?Ur (it t' ' ,' uf surf a 83. .3 t! - 1 t na i,t' C lo fotpitcim a si cwrfr ici'i J..1J.4. ... .J ... , . . .. ttUKvi KwonihAiiiwft't! 6Vip iheijiina of Matt.V.faortbiilWfi ) 'J" iiDi.-trt ..am .iff, r ...Mfr.ini.r.f nTihuiini frmr imy il .. , i., . ;:u,f. a. 0 li l v. TFT 1 fjilii . -sun !jrrqn itvjnsi i am: m Jisa'u 'maw) n.M)J csivv.va Ll III fHM KIT. "Ly KLvB !r J W'iH','iHiW'H :J B . . . . t T AT " OprosftK Sr. P.AUii S, Cjiuncn, Mi TarTi " mailMo thoteiDho qdvctthfkby, thetycftrt B':Remarksi6f Mt. SposkerjAVjight.smaiJf ,in: the H6aso.bf8iReprefenlaivp,s,.oft iP.f.nn a- ;k,s'vlv8nia,.,onnHRbill;re)aliv.o lo..,iVreUu5 tnfiilin txDdnscs.ofllic.Bpard o.f., .Oa i-!Mf .its'! .t )i.a!..iAii ,nUU,R consmcuaushl. mmd at cnc uonar jut V I i.f r,iMtm tcWis for tdSimSw' " .,CompifQnerr.Febrttary,J l,.m& ob(aidcdileav'e:aJU;vytori Mo.jnppiutO Jt5lve. my vicws2to.'tlii3.iIpa3enand pailiap3jtiti fjjinol.nocessary-fpirjule.tOUSkaits. ;indujgcnce v.'s, Vghincic...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 February 1843

tlava been here a third time, conlraty lo j ho political usage of my county Sir, tho remark has beetfTrotifittj mjjince-lj'eetfj" pied ihe floor bffore,4h'at I wit ha&R ken ihcn wlthoiH.4SeT-8fled, 0iajirWtt5 liavo pcrniillfed nity'Tfee 1 i 8" b a Vx'ciled? No, sir, I ssTd wliaVlVioirfhT, and aliHoiigh 1 spoke with fueling Anil sumo excitement, yet I was then as cool as ever I was in my Jjfe.Jjlid hot stand up and make .charges wai'coutd not be proved; but 1 stood liete as n representative of the peoplu, "and spoke what-I. know io be true; and I should have I ' .. .. .1 .... T oeen uercuci in iuy uuiy, u i uau jiui jiumh ted'l cbrtdplio'it and turned its bloated Vides: to the. public gaze. Lknow, sir, it is.an un pleasant thing tu attack" men In office, and 'my heart beat loudly', when 1 voted to turn tout lllejJudges'of the court of Genera' Ses- ,aions, because I.knew il would bo consider ed a disgrace upon them, by the world. And, "sirr I ot.ly voted Yo the bill because the, p...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 February 1843

f rWerhor, if he kit noib Ike "right ttreA.'s THa (JtMlecto ulilp, ttl Berwlrk, is told to lreH he aid of. tliesickly influence of the Berwick S eniinel, against Penniytta lili'A.fdVorilb ioif, Jamch HilfchaWiW. Ami! $eti wen, are denounced as apnalnU't, to the xJemottaiit fuiOi because titty Yafae their. Voice's 'againrt such' unprincipled 'corulnctiiis this, oifine part of llreir publio.orTicnrii.ahd beca'usd iliey dnhTturn aside the" vtll bf cor- tuplitny amLshoW it to the world in all its t'uteii- defurnUty. By whom artf IhrV de bounced! By-trr Jve,ole I No By .none "others, than those whv ate the-recipients of 'the.iavurs of llio present immaculate board of tJintl Cfiigmiisioners, and wFio are, of i.oursei opposed to any charge, or any re tluction of llreir wages. The people' want a rf6rm-3'they want a reduction of wage, and in nir change Ih Alio mode of ap pointing the Oanal Outriissioners, and Mlfcy will have jt. And they will sustain those . who havosiMiobly atept forward in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 February 1843

iii ! iffir1- 1 i r -X VMM tu Minis. Mt s0& the, J)oori,UWV)iV H0i th:o,f niat trP-" fi'fl'i wmtf f Tiro r w-, ' .-1 I .VMr la tj jAjitHn darkne"Jtroirfi tivrest? tew 4! 4 Wor:W - Blfltlifi loH Brio "is 'pot lherc:T ,, , , '-' I'M-' ' ' I"'" rfeXtew? &c.nire w.M,l9Pcr,' Floating on thq.-orabient Brfaeff. fl'S i .11 imvim It is near thee, gentle' mother, hti! w;4t ,hle at 'rtifeWnlng'liSuT; 5r ' .A I 1 M A .isotVc-SU JalKW j'4A.1i(J!ntHbijNiffl!:ifk shadows fleoirjg Low ihoiMehyestMheenrayerj " AWlIioteWiftJ'i? nejrjtheaven, On wfibie.'rtiafl'JJflTSfrti4 'flAKfejre. 'LoV'd fulLoft jnepride.iO'lingf 17 Uti'i (ofdar, nttta i Has'Tie'lefttheeherotrugglf, All unaided on thv wavJ ." ' ', ' Nay, he stilftaftgtiilie- at.d guard thee,' mini 4) - ot V i f,rlw.ul t t; Sttll.when dantrer.'hovers oT-or. Jnre-.,.;.. sr Jnenin grJe.ianouifli;none io;piiy? j He tho aaiiled,nradrksea0hl4eanu 1 Lover, is the light extinguished:. " "Uf lhe"gerti:hatlh thy heart .s'4dinJi5fip)v,,t,ojhyLljeirig ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 March 1843

i hi: OLUHBIA MHOCBAT. t hi etoMn. ufau tli, AUot tttofr, toteHHA WYiirty to fewfey toft A't fyfci&ny Mr ftinA &iaft -fnirriii kfenin PlttNTKD AND PUBLISHED BV ft WjtflK - i , , ' ' - r - ., . t XI-, i j -- - . , , -1"M 1 "Tin1. . . . . , , , , i , , , r . ' 1 ". 1 i 1 '- -' i i i 1 1 S i w t i i a: Volume VI. BLOOfflHSBITIIG, COLUMBIA COtTNW PA SATttttDA MAttCtt, 4 . fciiititt :4& , OFFICE OF THE, DEMOCRAT Opposite St, Paul's Church, AlAtN'St fhe COL UMBIA DEMOCRAT will bt published every Saturday morning? at TVO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly In advance, or Two Dollar fifty Cents, if not paid within theyear tfo 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 insertion, and Twenty-five cents for every su&se. quent nsertlon. $CPA liberal discount made to those who advert...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 March 1843

he nrciiilioe officer of this House, lo ct all limes speKing on subjects oeioro ino body, yet, sir, lwTfo.diftto tlisposlf lion I now occuy-s'hd'I am glad il-W so- if.. . i It) up lor Ollictwiaa duuuiu umu 6-y.t" J Jl silent vote forMhoj-nill. I would noUhayd asked leavo'to address lio'" HmWe.lf the speech I tleliveroi) in 1841, had hot been refcfred to and commented upon in lite ma nnei.iii'.as been. Have you got it there, elf? TadilressW Mr. Lowetv) Mr, LOW13RY : 0"glngly' 11 is in my room sir, and a good one it is. Mr. WRIGHT- Joco.ioly. 1 make no neechcs that aro not good I And you will find your time well employed in reoU-.j - t T 1 .. 1 1. ..nlUni..1! f.r.,1. ing 11 -BI1U l RllUr HID gsiuiEliian vv..- stituents will approve it. Mr. LOWERY The gentleman said in 1841, that man who would vote men Out of office deserved to have the brand of political leprosy stamped on his forehead. Mr. WRIGHT: That is certainly strong language the tables have changed ince then the leprosy is now ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 March 1843

"tiuttb fixative rsAi " TFOU PHKSIDKNT, JAMBS BtJC55Atf ABi (Sutfjcct to the decision of a Nativnial Convention.) We are again jit our post) after an ab sence of lemal weeks. TI:o removal bill has been defeated in the Bonalr, by the united exertions of our worth Senator, and the Danville fiction. Wo will hereafter speak fully of tho moas ores pursued by our opponents to effect this object in opposition to so strong a vote in the county in favor of removal. Head ;, leys Division bill, at the last accounts, had not been finally acted upon in the senate, S New, CaskOne Sumu'et O.odOarJ ncglectctVto pay tliereriCfor lij'sew.tn the CartioHc .Church at Ncwi.ott, Rhode sUVtti, tn d on interim; it ho other Sunday, the 'orTtclaiitig lrist ordered the Scroti Ma put Samuel out,' mid fin vas accoulingly turned out of the cliurcli. lie ompfoitrcd t the justices; but they cou not sgrceml the cae has gone before the Court of Oommon picas. Th priest com tended ttiat the civil law had nothing to do ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 March 1843

It i t I JPOETRY. TEARS, AND DIAMONDS. Fiom the Democratic Review. The maiden bent o'er the stream. That ran beside the foft green sward Sure, hers must be a happy dream, For she has met with love's regard; The roses' on her brow that lie "Were Iwined to crown his victory. Hut her evil stars is keeping Vigil for her ruin's sake, "With the willows, she is weeping, "Weeping, as her heart would break, Much is hers, and j et, I ween, " 'Would the maiden be a queen. " S II CCUIIIIC Sli 111- l'V ' ninir in inn nr mm nrr i a lt r. '.Such is all we do or mako o p . v In our hope or our despair; Slight the traces that we leave 4f we jo, or if we gtieve. But a change comes o'er her riow For the tears that leave her eyes dather, shining, round her brow, There compelled to.cryslallize, While, attired by unseen hands, TBhe tToyel virgin stands. '-Glittering myriads seem to press 1here but now was solitude Bear her, in her loveliness, tTo a palace in the wood; Gayest crowds around her sport, " 'S...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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