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THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT.
"TnUTH WITHOUT FKAXU '
Saturday) July I, JS8
-t COUNTV MEETING.
iA Democratic meeting of the citizens of
'Columbia county will be held at tlic iiouso
M John Rhodes, iri Uaiivillc,.on aaiuraay
Uhe 1st of July next, at two o'clock, P. M.
ifor the nurtfoso of appointing Delegates. to
Rhc Ami-Bank Convention -proposed 16 be
fcld at Hamsburg on Tuesday tho 4tli oi
"July next. ma in i .
fC70n our fourth $ Age will be found
ic Ueclahatio.v of indeii.ndi.nce a
gocumcnt to which we have inVariably giv-
fen publication, during our editorial career,
in the eve of each anniversary. It can
Soulier bo read too often ilor too Carefully;
r the pure language, the thrilling detail of
Oppressions, and the unequalled display
Rof patriotism and love of country, nust liglit
Rib a fcclinir for the venerable signers, and
sinduce a nourishment of thosO principles ot
- - i
-liberty and equality, Which cab albn'c pbr-
2snctuatc our rcpublicun institutions; Their
'wKiXrtnn onil MMSllllrri tlinilri UlGUl ollicClS of
jadmiration While living; and since they have
g5l departed hdncc to a more peaceful home,
toid for a mote glorious rcwartlj let its cn-
teavour to inculcate their principles) and
hand them down from generation to gener-i
Stion, as evidences of their greatness and
K niL iW V...u: i,i
551 rumor respecting Iho sentiments of Ddct;
I1rAvin Pktrikin. the Congressman elect
ytorn this district; on the Bank question, &z
Insures the piiblid thai ho "is as open and
ifparlcss in his oppositibn to the At Uni
fied States Bank, as he bvCr Was..""-" Wc
oresumc Ihis denial is authorized; and of
course, win anoru graiincauon to sucn mem'
Ibcrs of the Democratic parly as ntay have
een led into error respecting liis senti
ments on this question;
SC?We aid pleased to obscrvq $t rielgh-
ft ' .U . . n ..5 ....
Ibprs ot tne "uerwicK cniinci tauing an
iactivc stand in opposition to the Mammoth
iBank and its vile litter of Shin-plasters,
JBut public scntimcilt demands such aii ex
pression frdm (SVery qdar'tcV; and since the
Whigs have bdastingly raised the question
Ibf the Bank against the Pedple, every in-
dependent editor should exhibit his colours,
lana espouse tne cause no loves best. It is
Ibellcr tb fall in the advocacy of a iust causd
Ithaii lo rise bV bribery and cdrr'uption,
EFdx popull vox Dei dst," and hostility
ltd monopolies is the pure spirit df dcihoc-
acyi Wc send Our neighbors a kindly
iCTThe rumor respecting the discontin
jance of operations on the Little Schuyl-
dll and CattaWlssa Rail Itoad prove un
Wn i i Mi .i : 14.
nounueu. l no worK is vapidly progress
Iing, and somd of tho cdrftractor's havo ad
vertised for additional hands. The pros
sure has hot affected this neighbourhood
fmuch, riotvvithslanding the Sdareity of spe
IBie, and the superabundance of shin'plas
I Sr-P-Gen. Hamilton, fnrrneriv Governor,
Ef Smith finrnlm!,. lmri nddrnssil n ntihll'sli.
.x TlTl-l.t T!.1.1l : 1.S..1. 1.- 1
" 1 l
icu iuuui iu itiuuuius niuuic. in wiucn iiu
f . . ..
inil. Cnr llin Hill--
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.!- -jllr.j .1.-
iy charterinir a National lianki Ho alludes
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ndividual; and wo opine that the proposed
ompromise will bd acceded to by Old
Kick. The General suggests tho appoint1
ment of a Dclcgato by each bank in tho
Union to meet in Philadelphia on the sec
ond-Monday in August next (o agree upon
borne plan for submission (o Congress.
ffho Nullifier and the Moiley Kinc may
propose and act in this matter to stiil tlie'm
Solves: lint iirk frtal rnnfidfint th-.it nil flirtir
lichemed will prove abortive. The l'do--
ple s President ahd tho Democratic mem-
bers of Congress havd pledged "UNCOM-
nnniriniTn.. . ' ; .r
Mn i i a " ,. v b ' ,
. I II 1 I . I in IM J" liriL lili.Vr , rin Ha n V-itlinfl
,vm iiuvur cuiiotju iw ..,
compromise which would either afreet their
tiwn integrity or civo undue nower to their
bo t calonnrinentfl.-
The Convention has succeeded in pass
ing several amendments in committee ot
the whole, and wo have every reason to
bclicvo that thoy will pass finally and be
submitted to tho people for -adoption-or re
jection. 1 ho following comprise an the
.alterations which havo been made:
The Senatorial term reduced to 3 years.
Tho General Election to be one week la
The Governor to Lc limited to two terms
of 3 years each.
The advice and consent 3f the Senate to
be necessary to nearly all appointments
made by the Governor.
Persons having left the State and return
ed to it rriay be elected to the Legislature af
ter one .year s residence heretofore 3 years
No Senatorial district to have more than
two members, unless composed of a single
city df county.
The Legislature to meet on the 1st Tucs
day of January, instead of Dcceiriber-and
to adjourn on the first Thursday in April.
Wc arc also gratified to learn from our
I.Harrisbu'rg correspondent that on Wcdncs
day last the 3d article was disposed of in
Committee of the whole-, Which so re-mod
els It as to allow persons to vote on one
year's residence, (or six months if he had
been before a voter,) by paying state or
county tax, which must bo assessed ten
- - -
days before the election; This amend-
mcnt carried by a vdto of 99 to M. The
Democrats going en masse for it, as the on
ly alternative to procure a favorable altera
On Thursday the convention prdeccded
to the consideration of tho Gth article. They
amended the first section so as to reunify
the election of but one Sheriff andoneCori
oner, instead bftwoas fdrmcrlyj and they
have altered the 3d section as follows
The Supreme Court to appoint their Clerk
for three years; Prothonotaries, Registers,
Recorders, Clerks of courts, &c. to be elec
ted by the people; and vacancies to be fil
led by the Governor until the next general
Wc regret that the favor df our Corres
pondent came too late for entire publication
m this paper, as it exhibits the course pur
sued on the various questions by our dele
EC7riic Commissioners for the West
Branch Bank at Williamsport have adverti
sed for a meeting of tho Board to elect di-
icctors and officers. So that; notwithstand
pressure" created by '-the Gov-
eminent" the Whig and Antimasonic stock
holders have bceii able; agreeably to the
provisions of their charter, to raise 6100,000
in specici Wo presume this is one reason
why a ndighbouring Bank telusds tb pay
out specie "for the purposes of change,"
as many of the principal managers in it
aro said to have made extensive purchases
of stock in the West Branch concern. Wc
may, however, labourunder a mistaken jdea
of matters; as possibly the Commissioners,
tin meeting, may suggest tho inexpediency
of letting the Bank go into operation at all,
on account of the, non-disposal of the stock
rctilrnedf.tD payable bidders. We shall see
EZrun l nursuay last tne contest lor a
Congressman to supply tho vacancy occa
sioned by the death of the Hon. Francis J.
Harper, took place in Philadelphia! The
violence with which the "Whigs have assail
ed Mr'i Inge'rsbllj has made tho Democrats
eager for a trial of their etrengthj and Vo
conjecture that the dlcc'hdri was a warn!
011C- Wfc l'ave Httlo doubt of the result,
fc-m . .1 i-, .. ...
v-r 1 "i3 wAi- wie ijotnocrauc licpunn-
I . ... -
lanv.llrt n sn npf DnWntna In o(,....t il.n
Democratic1 Anti-Bank Conventioii, which
corivfinns ill If nvriaVmi-fr nn Tiinoilmr viKv.
l " . . umuuy uv.vt.
Wo hope there may boa cciidfal attendance.
and that such instructions friay bd given
the delegates as will exhibit tho dote'rrfiihed
opposition of Columbia county to all mon
opolies, arid particularly to tho establish
ment of a National Bank.
I kxasj Bustamdnte declares that he
will prosecuto the war against Texas, with
renewed energy. The younii ifcnublic.'
is in a milch worse condition, than was ex
pected. A Bill for the c'fiectual suppres
sion of Gambling passed tho Texan Cou
gross. I hoy wore discussing tho expediency
of incorporating a large Banking Institution.
Let tllUIll beware of this: it rrtnv liri n wnrsn
' J " .
enemy than tho Mexicans. Tho Arkansas
gazette, complains tliat Texas lias infringed
upon the territory of that State. Mexico
B ia a dreadful situation. It is said to bo
,nu ,u,su w
AVitLUtturom-, Juno a, 1837. I
On Monday evening last, Mr. Monftromc-
ry, President of t)io Littto. Schuylkill and
Siisnnnhnnnn Uml Road Comnanv. Mr. Mil.
. . . i.1 I IT
lcrUhict Engineer, Uol l'axton, vien. Agent
anu nir. uay assiaiaiu jiiKinter, arrivcu in I
Hon. Ettis Lewis. rWe observe in our
exchange papers that this geiitlcman!s name
is iayorably mentioned as suitable, candidate
ior me oince oi uovcrnor .,.As nisneigh
bora and fellow towpsinen, intimately aC'
uuuiihuu wuji iiia iiuuniieauuns, wc Cliccr-
fully bear testimony to tho "pleasure with
which iiih iiuminauon wouiu no rcccivcu
and sustained by the democratic party in
this quarter. Ve have, h'owever, enjoyed
mil opportunities ol understanding his leel
ings on the subject, and slate that lie is sin
eerily grateful for the marks of public favor
he has already received; but so far as ho has
any control over tins qupstion, desires his
name shall not be brought into view for the
distinguished station of Governor, and that
he is entirely unwilling to be a candidate
for that or any other public station what-
TLoniDA Hostilities have been renew
ed; All the Indians have fled to the woods)
on account of ah Ordcr from Gen. Jessup,
iu prepare mum ior emigration; 11 is ru
mored sbvcral men have bdoji murdered
near Big Spring, on the Ocklawana, also,
that rort Armstrong had been attacked Gen-
oral Jessun is at Fort K inn. Ma or Ga nes
has been assigned to the command of the
rort at Oraress Terry;
THE MOUNT VERNON FARMER:
The fame of Gen; Washington as a soldier and
statesman is universally known and highly admired
L-y an wno. appreciate talents, worth, and love of
country; hut Ins character as a farmer, was less
known in his day, and his memory' in this respect
was not enc:ated according to its deiCrU Possess
ing ample means, and the most ardcnt love of rural
lifj.ho wa: one ofthe first cxpcrirneji'tal and practical
fanners in Virginia: His estato at Mount Vernon
consisted of ten thousand acres of land, all in one
body, equal to about 15 suuarc miles. It was divi
ded into farms of a convenient sizc,-ut-tho distance
ot i, j, 4, ana a miles Ironi his .mansion house.
I hese farms ho visited every day in pleasant wcatl(-
vi,uuu luiiauuuijr i'iijugt;u in inutuijg experi
ments for the improvement of asrlculttrr' '
Home lUcaot thocxtcnt.of his .fanning Operations
may be Urmcil Irom, the following facUl in 1787he
had 500 acres in grass; sowed GQOwlrushcM of
oaU 700 acres with wheat, and prcparcd.asiiiuch
more for com, barley, potatoes, peas, beans, $c. and
loo with turnips. His stock consisteu'dr 140 hor
ses, 113 cows, 235 working.oxcn, heifers pud steers,
and 500 sheep. Ho constantly employed 250 hands,
ana kept 21 ploughs going the whole" year, when
the earth and tile state of the weather would permit.
In 1780, ho slaughtered 150 hoes, wcichinir 18.5C0
for the use of his family, besides provisions for his
negroes. tsuc Viilturaltst. t -
A Noblk Semtimkkt. "I Iook,"aid IToetor
tvlianmncr. "with scorn unon the eclluh irrcatnesa
of thU world, and with pity on tho mot gihed and
prosperous in the struggles lor oilice and tiowcr. but
1 lo.ok with reverence on the bbsc.ur.cst inan.who
buiiLTv iur uiu nsm vau is uuu 10 a KOOU. DUL
pcrsccutcu cause." -
Ilr.MEXEAL Complime.vt. Tho fpjjowinff lines
appear in a 1 ennsylvania paper, on the occasion
of tho marriage of Mr: Abraham Beanlp, to 'Miss
Maria Hopkins: .
May they, while lifo shall circle round,
Be free from sorrow's cramps, ''
And muy their happiness. bo crawnM
By divers little scami-s. ,
II YMENI ATj.
MARRIED, On tho 20th ultimo, by
I'.ic Rev. J. G. Anspach, Maj. GEORGE
ROUSH, Merchant of Mifllinburg; to Miss
ROSANNA EKEL, d;uKhtcr of John
Ekcl, of Solinsgrove all of Union county,
Vc wish tlie happy pairsuch an abundance
of God's free gifts as may tend more boun
tifully to cement their love, augment their
afiectioiiSj and make them the happiest of
In Cattawissa, bri Monday last, by Ste
phen Baldy, Esq, Mr. BERNARD REI-
LEY. of Mifflin townshin. Onlnmhin r.nmi.
The Corner Stone
,F tho St. Paul's Church, Bloomsburg, will be
laid dil THURSDAY, tho 13th day ofJUI.Y
next. Tho morning scrvico will commence at 10
o'clock, Iti tlib Germau Reformed and Lutheran
Church, at the close of which, the congregation will
prdeced to the placo of layinpr the Corner Stone; A
collection will bo taken up In aid of the building.
ecveral wlcrgyinen trom a distanco are fxpectcu
to bo in attendance)
DloomabUrg, July 1, 1837.
BY VIRT.UE nf a warrant and duplicate, bsu
cd by the Commissioners of ipolumbia coun
ty, and to irfo directed, for tho collection of School
tar, for Bloom township, in said county, will bo ex
posed to nuhlic s:ilo. at tho niJblic llouso.of tho Wi
dow Criveling; in Bloom township, pt Monday the
win aay or July next, at vo ciocit in inoanernoon,
tno lollowing property, to wit: Una, , ,
ocucu, and to no sold as tno propeny oi Jonn
. ... .i t r 1
Knarr. For cash bv
i.u... i ui uuu ui
F. DREHER, Collector.
Bloomsburg, July let, IS37,
mis piaco ior uiu purpuau' oi maKlllg 1110 - "... , "n ry Aimer, Abraham
necessary, examinations. preparatory to a many friends and acquaintances, for that Boaring creeks-
.1 .2 1 l r .1. .t - - l 1 .. I nnfrvtnrf ttMtli httii Inn .irnrni ....almo r 1.... I
location of tho Kail Koad through this place, success in mu wiucn nis muustrious iiaoits Jonn iosr.
ti ,,,; .,.)'."' - ' and mnrnl worth nntitln him InnTnoM. Wnl Mount Pleasant. 1
ujlt. uiuuriiMLt 1 " - " - w v, . . v, .
uhi.hii mm m 'in j - 1
We have received the first number of the
Miners I'rek 1'ress," published "at
Mineral Point, Iowa county Wisconsin,
Territory, by M. D. IloLBRooK." Mr.
II I- j. TT. t
"iuroon. is a iinuvo oi iiarnsuurg, anu leu
are glad to welcome him into tho editorial
field, and havo no doubt he will render the
Free Press worthy of a liberal and extch-
sivo patronage. Acystone.
Never ask an editor what tho news
but tell him all you kn'oW-.
.Another attempt has been made upon 'the
life of the king of France.
"OU are commanded to to meet at D, Gross's
hotel. dnTUESDAY. tho FOURTH or JULY
next, at 16 d'etdek in the forenoon, properly equip
ped and provided with ten roUnds of blank cartriges.
An L lection will bo held ot Iho same time and place
for a First Lieutenant of tho company. Punctual
a'tcnJanco is requested,
D ordcr J
BEIDLEMAN, O. S.
June 24, 1837;
The Independent Troop,
ILL meet at the house of B. P. Fortncr, in
Cattawissa, on Tuesday, the Fourth day of
Juix next, at io o clock in the lorctioon, armed &
"'i i"-" ' U-T"- y"urlo. pprai
will be held on that day for the absentees at the
May 1 ramlnge. liy order of the captain :
THOMAS AV; DRAKE, O. S.
NV iiiformalioh r'cspbclihg Hiram Jackson,
Hilow Jackson, and Lel-i Leister, would af-
lord much gratification to the subscriber, at present
residing at Danville. They are from Brand'dn, in
Rutland bounty, Vcrmpnt; ahd arc supposed to bo
living near New-Columbia, in this county.
Danville, June 21, 1837;
FELLOW-CITIZENS: At tho solicitation of
a great number of my friends and well-wishers,
1 again offer myself as a candidate for the
Office of Sheriff
of tile cdlthty df Columbia, at tho next gciicfal elec
tion. If you M'duld be so godd as to give mo your
Votes, there shall lock nothing oit my part to do my
duty witli accuracy and fidelity.
Danville, June 24, 18371
To the Electors' of Colunibid county.
M7ELL0W-CITIZENS : At tho solicitation of
many friciids throughout tho county, I offer
myself as a candidate lor the olucc oi
at tho next General election, and would feel grateful
for your support; JOHN FRUIT;
Madison, Juno 3, 1837.
To tbo electors of Columbia county:
ELLOW CITIZENS: At the solicitation of a
number of my friends I have been encouraged
to offer myself as a Candidato for tho office of
at tho ensuing General Election. If I should bo so
fortunate as to obtain a majority of your suffrages, I
pledge myself, to far as my abilities will admit, to
perform tho duties of the office with integrity and
Rbaring Creek, May 20, 1837;
To tho Electors of Columbia county:
FELLOW CITIZENS: At tho urgent solicits
tions of numerous friends, I offer myself as a
candidate for the office of
Should I bo so fortunate as to receU e a majority of
votes, ind procure my commission, I plcdgo myself
to execute the duties ot tho olhce with fidelity and
(HE SUBSCRIBER returns his acknowledg
ments to his friends for their liberal patronage,
and would respectfully inform tho public m general,
that he has fitted up his establishment, in Uattawls-
sa, near thb bridge, and
SIGN Ofr TUB
in a very superior siyle, width will render comfort
and convenience to all who may favor him with thoir
custom. His TABLE is supplied with the luxu
ries of a bountiful market; his BAR well stored with
the choicest Liquors; and his STABLING con
tains plenty of provender, and is attended by a care-;
ful hostler. Ho solicits all to givd him a call, arid
, feels confident that ho will render satisfac'tioU
Cattawissa, Jiinb 17,- 1837.'
JOHN S. INGRAM,
' mM i-.v.wug.unui oviMvva iu mu Will
m 1C11S 0f Columbia county. Ho will feci grato-
i iui ior oubinesa entrusted tn hi pith, ii l; in n
same building with tho 'Columbia Democrat.'
Biooaibburg, May, 183T.
For Columbia county, August term, 1837.
Mifflinrr-OfoTgc jOngabcrgcr, Jotn kellcr, Hen-
Samuel Adams, James II. Chase ,,
saac Mustrrove. John Jones.
John Itucklc. - ,
Deny. IticharJ Fruit, Evan HenJersUot.
Briar Creek. Charles UoymariiBenjamin Fow
ler, Jr. Henry Knorr, William 8. Eviiis, S. F. Palm
er. Fishing Creek. Thomas H. Ilutcheson,
ttemloeks Caleb Bartori, George Villeti.
Liberty. Robert Butler.
Mahoning. John Wilson.
Sugar Loaf. Frederick Lawbuch,
Limestone. David Davis.
Bloom. Israel Vt'clls, Thomas Painter, Daniel
Melick. . v. -
Briar Creek. James Evans, Jr. Ludvvig Die
trich. Madison: Clark Dildinc, Abraham Wi'lirer1,
Joln Pi Evcs,(Wm. Michael. r
Derry. Rcubin Marts, Thomas Gillin, Robert
McKcc. - , . ,
Bearing Creek. Sebastian Howcr, Isaac Rhoder,
l'ctcr hlmc, Adam Marks, James A. rox, AsaT.
John, John Perry.
Cattawissa.- Joseph Brobst, Geo., Drum. ,
Greenwood. Joseph Lemon, John M. Parker,
Sugar Loaf. Philip Crcakbaum. 1
Mount Pleasant. Curtis Stattin.
Fishing' Creek. Vm. RobbinB, Isaac Klino,
Philip Applcman. . ... . . .
Liberty: Wm. Campbel", John McMahen, Jacob
Dudman, John McWilliams.
Mifflin. Christian Miller.
. TKZAXi &XST, '
For Columbia county, August term, 183T.
Marlin Silica ct ol:
Vs. Jolin Stiles
vs. Joseph I'axton ct al.
Jolui McKim Jr. ct al. vs. Wm. Scout,
vs. Geo; Fcttcman,
vs.. Joseph Maus",
vs. Samuel Smith
vs. Legrand Bancroft
vs. William Bradley
vs. Overseers of Liberty
vs. Wm. McDowell r
vs. D. Montgomery's ExY e
vs. Gcqrge Hooncr
vs. Jesse Funstoh ,
vs. Andrew McRdynolds .
vs. John Bittcnbcndcr et al.
v. Wm. McKclvy ct al.
vs. Robert MtCurdy ttlll.
Vs. Michael Hdwcl- .
vs. Matthew McDowell
vs. Lucas Brass
Wm. McKclvy ci al;
Overseers of Deny
Abraham Van Horn
Commonwealth ct al
Michael Brobst ct al.
Jdtiii rUlkerson et al.
utcrscersoi .warms ... jac0Q Wclkcr
Jacob Shuman vs. Charles Jennings.
June 17, 1837;
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