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"tiidth wrr-Hor? rsin
SJlTUliVJlY, JlVaVSTIt, 1812,
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 .
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.
Sir; Plcaso announce tlio name of
of Monleur township as a suitable person for Joun
Vo aro authorized to. announco
as a candidate for
REGISTER & RECORDER,
for Columbia county, at the approaching election.
Vo aro authorized to announco
as a candidato for the office of
REGISTER & RECORDER,
for Columbia county, at the approaching election.
Wo aro authorized to announco
is a candidate for the oflico of
PROTHONOTARY & CLERK,
for Columbia county, at the approaching election.
Sir Please announco
as a removal and Anti-Division candidald for the
LegislaUrc, and oblige a
llcrnovaland Anti-Division Man.
August 12, 1812.
Catlawissa .lug. 8, 1812.
Sir You will plcaso announco
CHARLES F, MANN, Esq.
of Mifflin township.as a suitable person to represent
Columbia county in the next Legislature, and
oblige many democrats.
Of the East side of lite Mvcr.
We are authorised to announco
of Orangcville, as a candidate Jbr Commis,
siner al the October election.
Sir You will please announce tho namo of
of Madison township, as a suitable person to bo
supported at tho next election for the Legislature.
Aug. 0, 1842.
At a meeting held at the house of G. W,
Abbott, August 17, 1842, on motion, John
Staley was called to the chair, and A. F.
Moor, John Hayman, Nicholas Kindtjsaac
R. Kline, were chosen Vice Presidents.and
James Dewilt, Henry Eyer, Secretaries.
After the obieot of the meeting was stated
by the President, on motion, a committee
often were appointed by the chair to
diaughl resolutions expressive of the sense
of tho meeting, viz: J. E. Sands, Joseph
Long, Georgo Pcaler, John Black, John
McCowen, Isaac Evans, Elijah Lemon,
Joshua Reece, Aaron Clayton, G. W. Ab
bott and Frederick Poke, tho committee re
turned & after due consideration & report
ed tho following preamble and resolutions
which wero unanimously adopted,
Whereas, by our1 liberal institutions, the
people liavo the privilege to assemble to
gether, to express their opinion upon any
public mailer concerning their rights and
liberties, and whereas, tho pending election
of this county is about to be invaded with a
mercenary foe which has been, repeated
time mid again with Wolves in Sheepp
clothing, and deception of every kind, that
could have any influence, without legard to
honor or plighledLfaith, have been practiced
and Whereas, the delegato meetings have
oeen me mere tool of aspirants ol tuo Man
e fajtioji, whereby thoy bave,y pre:l
cbheorted jcommotion among a few political
weaver's, fell upon thoso that take no part
In tlioir secret doings, and tell them wo will
go for the removal if the majority say so,or
against a division if llio majority say so, or
any thing that will answer their purpose,
and alter they aro elected go direct to the
reverse, and when wc chastiso them they
deny it, although tho country is flooded
with such promises under their signature.
Such treatment is disgustful beneath the
dignity of a gentleman or oven the savage
and Whereas, tho plea made by the Dan
ville faction at Harrisburg to tho members,
that the removal question of Columbia coun
ty wa3 not a question of tho pooplo, but a
mere speculation of a few individuals of
Bloomsburg, and to rebut ocr majority of
petitioners, said Bloomsburg could purchase
as many names as they wauled at two cents
a head; is an attack upon our character
and morals almost beyond human forbear
ance, but wo will teach them (if we
aro not brought up in boarding schools and
colleges) that we have a hard fist, and a
strong arm, and a heart of benevolence
(which wo have extended so far to the Dan-
vine clique we aumit; anu a spirit oi re
venge which we feel anxious to put in ac
tion through tho ballot box, based upon a
local question next October. Therefore
Resolved' That wo earnestly impress
upon the removal men of each township to
hold meetings and call upon the County
Committee to advortiso for a county meeting
friendly to the removal, to form a ticket
friendly to our cause, and when such
ticket is formed we shall all join together
recardless ol party politics, and we will
give a long pull, and a strong pull, and we'll
all pull together, and wo'll show them who
the petitioners arc.
Resolved -That wo will not support any
man for Assembly who is not knowii to bo
favorable to our cause, viz: for the removal
and against a division. Pledging wont
answer this case.
Resolved That wo view tho courso of
our worthy Representative, Daniel Snyder,
of the noblest stamp independent for Equal
Rights.and no baffling and pledging, which
meets our entire appiobntion.
Resolved That wc believe that Daniel
Snyder should receive tho entire votes of all
parties of the removal men, and send him
back to Harrisburg lo watch over our rights
and liberties and fc. F. licadley.
Resolved That we view the conduct of
Senator Headley as contcmptable, after
pledging as he has done, which shows a
weak head, n dishonest heart, and a traitor
that deserves to bo rebuked as Arnold was
by friend and foe.
Resolved That this meeting being com
posed of men enjoying different political
sentiments, mutually join in supporting one
candidate who is to contend fur a removal,
and solicit the same of all friendly.
Resolved That as there is no political
question to agitate the minds of the people
in the county, we heartily recommend tho
combined organization of all thoso who
justly Beo their present unequal opportuni
ties of correspondence to the seat of justice
and give the long pull, the strong pull
and the pull altogolher for tho removal can
didate. Resolved That thesa proceedings be
signed by tho officers, and published in all
tho naners in tho county friendly to the
JOHN STALEY, President.
A. F. Moonc, John Heyman, Nicholas
Kindt, Isaac S. Kline, Vice Presidents.
James Dcwitt. Henry Eyer, Secrcta
The House of Representatives has tgain
passed the Tariff bill, by a vote of 105,
to 103, leaving out tho distribution clause,
and admitting tea and coffee duty free
Tho Vermont papers are going into
'conniption fils' becauso their Stale is in
debt $150,000. By tho time it gets in debt
like Pennsylvania, forty millions, they II
i, i,iR in whifiilA Yankee Dnodlo with os
much nonchalance as ourselvcss.
Governor King has mado a requisition
upon Gov. Hubbaid, of New Hampshire
fnr dm nrrest of Dorr, as a fugitive lrom
ustice, charged with treasonl Ex-Govor
nor Arnold is bearer of tho requisition
v wnm'pr if tliev will lake him now, or
wait till they get him?
MARRIED In Greenwood township
nn ilm 7ih inBt. bv James Yocum.Ksq. Mr
WM. LEMON, to Miss ELEANOR
r.ooKUART. bolhof Greenwood town
DIED On Saturday, tho 13th inst
JAMES MARTIN, son of James and Han
nnli T.nke. of Derrv township, sued about
2 years and 4 months.
On Thutsday morning the 11th inst.after
an illness of about 30 hourq, CHARLES
S. BAUM, "Printed son of Samuel Ilaum
Jr. ol New Berlin, in the 21st year of his
In this town
on Thursday insl,
yeura oftpr a short Wtl ?vere Uae.
At Bloomsburg, Pa.
THE SUPERVISORS OF
S hereby given by tho Commissioners of Colum
bia county, that from and after this date, all the
repairs necessary to keep tho county bridges in or
der will bo done by and at tho expenso of iho sever
al townships in which sued bridges aro situatcd,anu
thct the County Commissioncta will not hereafter
cuter into contracts for any repairs that may bo
Commissioner's Omen, ?
Danville, Aug. 17, 1812. $
IS hereby given, that I liavo purchased
at Constable Sale, the following properly
belonging to Aaron usrningcr jr. to wit
ONE UUUISAU, and ono MANTLE
CLOCK, which properly I have left with
him duiinij my pleasure, and all persons
aro warned against taking the same from
his posescion by purchase, or otherwise,
without my consent.
Roating Creek, Aug. 20, 1842.
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ono Ileaureau, one Heifer two Hogs, ono lied, ono
wing Tablo, and havo lu ft them in his possession
during my plcasuro. I forbid any person purcnas.
ng, or taking them away, without my consent.
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VOLUME XI, COMMENCING JULY, 1842.
Jons L. O'Scxiivji.t, Editor.
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