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Bloomsburg Democrat (Newspaper) - August 19, 1843, Bloomsburg, PennsylvaniaQuot to ctr a Ltd act �u1 Aai e a Jovar to Imp. Inn Jamen Buchanan. Subject to the decision of a National convention democratic county meeting the demo Ostic elector of Colombia county Art Raque lad to meet in county meeting on saturday the 10/a Day of August nest at 1 o clock p. M. In Loo Milburg. At the House of Charles Doebler for the purpose of Eleetia a Delegate to the Contention to to held at Harrisburg on tha 6th of september Oest to nominate candidates for Canil com i loner a and appoint conferees to select a senatorial Delegate for Isis equatorial District. Stephen Baldt. Daniel Fornwald Charles f. Mann. Charles Kahler James c. 8proul. Democratic standing committee. July 81. 1848. No c i Rcv Harvest Home at Orangeville col. Co. A Harvest Home will be held it the House of i. C. Johnson in Orangeville on saturday the 20ih Day of August the following committee of arrangement has been appointed Orange a. G. Rickets e. Lazarus Daniel Fornwald Jesse Coleman Peter a Layman Joba b. Edgar. Catta Wieoa of. D. Lieb. Hemlock a. Mcreynolds. Brier Creek a. L. Tato. Greenwood a a. W. Morris. Jae Keono Iram den. Fishing Creek John Lazarus. Sugarloaf Ezekiel cols. Madison Thomas Fua Iton. Derry Neal my Cay. Of bearing Creek a co. A r. I Carer blooms a. B. Kopert. Montour John Dieterich. A a meet one John s. Folder. Valley John Mois. Liberty Hugh Mcelwrath. Mahoning Chaple Conner. The following gentlemen were appointed a committee of invitation l. B. Rupert e. G. Rickets e. Lazarus j. Mcreynolds. A general invitation is Given to the citizens of this and the adjoining counties to attend. A number of distinguished gentle Tromsn Irena other counties Are expected to be present Rod several addresses nay be expected. August 8, 1848. To Are requested by the friends of removal generally to announce Daniel Snyder As a candidate for re election to Ike Assembly at tha october election. And we Are gratified in being Able to say that or. Poydar has contented to this use of hit name provided the a Coeval Conven Una should Sanction it. Aug 18�?1843. Temperance mass meeting. To Are requested to mention that a Temporo Nea Maas meeting will to held in the Grove str lbs school Boose on the land of Daniel Smith near new Columbia in this county on the Slat Day of August a Nal commencing at 10 of clock in the Forenoon. A general invitation it Given to speakers Aud ail Otheria to attend. In another Coiann will to found the proceedings of a removal Mealing held at rho Naburg. These proceedings breaths tha right spirit Anion Sod Harmony for the Aake of the question. Let the aame spirit characterize the Riendau of Rem Osai every where and the Dan Ilia faction will Fiody that Thair Money tha Potency of which they Bava Hera to fore Boa died to much of in enabling them to prevent Justica being done to the county will not Avail team much longer. The real Palava Oft by the late Jacob Ridgway to the City and county of Philadelphia is Ssiss sad is Tbs sum of 8877,893. Harvest Home Celebration at oranegbv1lle. Notwithstanding the angers of tha anti masonic editor of the Danville intelligencer is Likely the be a Good affair and will at tended. Number from different Keetion of this county a Well As from the adjoining counties and several gentleman from abroad Bave dignified their intention of being present. Our worthy boat or. Johnson la making arrangement to acco Odate All who May come end All who Are acquainted with Hie method of doing Buei Ness need no Eseo Ronces from us and to other we will say their Best expectation will be realized. Cerne than one and All and mingle your congratulation a for the bounteous Harvest that a just been gather into your Grau Ariet. The water a again let into the the North Branch canal on the 9th int. Aud yet loaded boat cannot yet float for the want of water the supervisor not being Able to Bill the canal in consequence of the miserable piece of Patch work repair above the guard lock at Nanticoke to effect a bib was tha pretended object of letting out the water. We understand that these repairs have Cost the state several thousand dollars while the Are More than useless in conae Quence of the ignorance displayed by the supervisor in their construction. There is e secret history about Tia Job at naut cokes that we May Here after take an Opportunity to explain which will not be very creditable to the canal supervisor and some others that we have in our Miada Eye. Harvest Home. A Harvest Home will be held at Orange Ville Columbia county at the House of 1. C. Johnson on saturday the 27lb we code ratan it i got up Fot the purpose of soft soaping the self styled col. Teia a co. We wonder if the col. Will be there dressed in al diary clothe a Danville int. When we first cast our eyes on the above paragraph we were led to believe that the old editor of the intelligencer was at Home in person but when it occurred to As that he Wae a ubi Quvus being and might Postai Bly have the Power of infusing into another Bis contemptible meanness of disposition to Dias rave Ever y thin that emanated from the upper portion of the county or that a not countenanced by the Danville faction a came to the conclusion that Hawa probably in body still at Harrisburg but speaking in Danville through Hie amiable Anima sonic Organ j. Jones. 8ueb being the fact it accounts for the appearance of the above ill natured paragraph in the intelligencer to Well calculated to show of the rancorous feeling engendered in the breasts of the whole Danville faction against the friends of removal Tod any Village located within the interest. Specie never was so plenty in Beeton As it the present time. For several years put the average amount of specie in the vault of the Banks Baa been about three and a half million cd now it is said they have neatly tight million. Money can to had on Good securities or Spur cent. A veus of 1248 tons came Tbs Queen of the West and said to be the largest merchantman Evet built in this country we launched at new York on saturday Lul. She ii pronounced s splendid specimen of of Navel architecture. The yorker generally do up their work about tight. Orbr Suburo removal meeting. A Larga and respectable meeting of the Eili Xeni of Greenwood and fishing Creek townships convened at tha Houte of George w. Abbott a a to Haraburd on Friday Aven ing la 11th Day of a guat 1848,agreeably to Public notice. Tha meeting in called to order by appointing. Jonathan Lemon president trill Tarn Mather and Richard Haycock vice presidents and George w. Abbott and John Parke secretaries. The object of the meeting having been stated it was Are Olvid to appoint a committee of six to draft a preamble and resolutions exp rtt sire of Tho sense of the meeting. Whereupon the chair appointed la following gentlemen to this comm ill a John Sisley Chirles w. Fortner Nichols Kindt Issac r. Edgar end James Dewitt who having retired a Short time returned end reported the following preamble and resolutions which were unanimously adopted. W her Cash the time a come when the voter of thi county Are called upon to make nominations or Candida la to fill the different office of Tia county and whereas party polities have Given piece to a More important question to it relates to this county even the removal of the Connly Seal from Danville to e More Central position a therefore citizens of Greenwood and fishing Creek townships adopt this plan to set Forth our views a regards the removal party in general. Flat we believe this neither of the four townships lying upon the head Waters of fishing Creek has had the Honor of giving s sheriff to the county of Columbia for which a Eavou we claim in the present Ca Vaea the privilege of having a candidate chosen from one of these four townships and hereby recommend Iram Derr of Jackson township As the Man of Oor Choice be being a removal Man. Secondly we Azaert that As we have heretofore urged and sustained the removal cause in this county we Atill stand firm in the aame Good cause. There fire resolved that we View any attempt made to distract the mind of the removal party from their main object by party politics As being detrimental to the beat interests of a Large majority of tha voters of ibis county. Retained that we recommend the for motion of a removal ticket Independent of political cola iteration but at the aame time giving each political party a share of the candidates in the ticket Thna formed. Resolved that As Oor enemy is a Subtle one we recommend a Union of action a there is a Union of interest in tha removal cause. Resolve do that Daniel 8nyder, our representative in the state legislature for the three last aes Aiona Baa stood Arm and unwavering you Nonea Ity maintained the beat interest of his constituents for which he merits Oor warmest approbation and we hereby i commend him the Man of our he once for member of the next legislature from thi county. Otto Loedy that a Bloom Haa had the treasurer and member of the legislature for the last three years she cannot reasonably expect the sheriff this year altho she has two candidates to the Field. Resolve do that notwithstanding we have set Forth our claims we Are pledged to sup port the whole removal ticket when fairly formed. Resolve do that a committee of three be appointed to watch lire movement of the Danville action to report to fall meeting and Lake every honest measure to Epport la removal cause. On motion it was resolve do that John Sisley Jonas Haymson Aud Charlee w. Fortner be that committee. Resolve do that the proceed Oga of ibis meeting be signed by the officer and published in the Columbia Democrat blooms Burg Register end Colombia enquirer end a ii other paper Friendly to the removal cause. Jonathan Lemon president. Oliver Cromwell was born on the 3d of september on that Day a ought his three great Battles of Mars Lon Moor Worcester Aud Dunbar and on that Day died a statue of Washington. In is stated in the new York express that a Pedestal composed of two Boeka of beautifully hammered Quincy Granite the base one weighing fifteen too and the die Twenty three tons Haa recently been forwarded from Beeton to Washington upon which la to be placed Greenoug Gbo of statue of Washington. On the die pail a tastefully wrought the following appropriate sentiment a a first in War first in peace and first in the hearts of Bis Wilaz Matuls it Rigi and Haycock $ flee Greet i. Secret Aries. George w. Abbott John Parke committee of vigilance John Staley Jonas Hayman. Chas. W. Fortner. For the Columbia to it vol a t. Or. Editor a having been called s few weeks ago. A considerable distance up the North Branch of the Susquehanna and sever before having bet through the Northern pan of the state waa agreeably disappointed a regards the country and it i Babi tarns. The scenery along that Noble Stream which a Oil winds its course around the lulls with their lofty precipices on one aide end the Fertile relies interspersed with Village end cultivated Arm on Tho other form a most Beautiful landscape. After leaving Northumberland the first town is Danville the seat of Justice Foi Columbia county a pleasant Little town actuate on the Bank of the liver contains some and Home dwell Inga court House several foundries three or four houses for Public to ship an acad Eray female Seminary die. Its location however is far from being a Good one As regards the Public Burinese of the county being Only the Width of the River from Northumberland doubly and but new mile Distant Tom the seat of Justice for that county. 1 am informed that it wat fixed upon As the teat of Justice through the management of some two or three ind Vidu at who owned considerable properly within its boundaries and cutrary to the Wilbea of e Large majority of the residents of the county on the East Side of the River and eight mile above Danville a Catta Wison a Small but apparently thriving place Aud four Miles above that on the West aide is Bloomsburg about one mile from the River and not far from the Junction of fishing Creek with the North Branch. Tia Creek runs a few Hun dred Yarda West of the town and i a Noble air Eara with plenty of water Power for Iron works or factories of any kind and would a a desirable situation Lor Capa Tiliti to Era bark Iatha manufacturing by sense especially that of Iron As there Are inexhaustible mines of Ore throughout that Whol Region. The town of Bloomsburg 1 would say contain something upwards of one Hundred dwelling four houses for Public worship an Academy several dry Good Aud grocery stores three hotels one of which is a spa coins three atty building and kept by or. Charles Doebler a gentleman Well qualified for the Burinese and provided with All the Good thing which tend to the Comfort of Ilia guest. Ilia table ii furnished with the delicacies of the season and the weary tra seller May Here find a comfortable resting place and will always find mine Host of the Bloomsburg House Quot al Hume ready to Wail upon any person who Calls loafers excepted. The situation of Bloomsburg is pleasant being on the South Side of a gentle Rice of ground descending gradually to the North Gianch Carat Sod from thence to the River and being nearly in the Centre of the county would appear to Render it the most proper place for the teat of Justice. It appears that the citizens of he county have kept s continued opposition to in present location Tod Bill after Bill by one or the other branches of the legislature have been passed at Dif Ferent times for lie Temov Tatj but have a ii heretofore failed in is said by a be unfair representations Ond sympathetic Appeal of the citizens of Danville to the member of the legislature. During the lest session a Bill for the removal passed the lower House by a Large majority and was detested in Ibe Senate by the opposition of the senator from the county under the Vrej specious pretext of a division of the county in which qui Otic measures the anti re Rauvala United As the Only Meaos of saving them from defeat. The Lemueal men 1 find Are again in the Field and intend selecting a representative in order to make it a Teal question and thereby Shew beyond a doubt that a Large majority of tha inhabitant Are decidedly in favor of removal. The removal of the Seal of Justice to a Mere Central part a a matter of which the people of Colombia county May Rutily demand a a right to which they Are Ciu Ulet and which ought to be ranted them by any legislative body acting or the general Benefit of the people. I should suppose one glance of the Eye on the map of the county would convince any candid Man that the Public building of the county Are now and always have been in the wrong place and the sooner they ate removed the sooner an act of Justice will be done to the people fit was wrong to hate them placed at Danville at first no subsequent act could make in right for their continuance. Viator climb a col key Elue Mitiu Ety. At a meeting of the Cit a Tena of Columbia county interested in the Bible cause in Tho Lac rare room of thi presbyterian Church at Danville on monday the 7th Day of August 1843. The Rev. Or. Erin wee called to the their end e. H. Conkling appointed Seo-re1st a a the Mealing being opened Widt prayer by the Rev or. In snot the Rev. J. A. Dale general agent of the pern Sylveria Bible society listed the object of the meeting and after making some interesting Quot statement in or Gate to the Progress of the Penna society in Supply ing every destitute family in the slate with a copy of the holy a scriptures presented the following plan of a Constitution for a Colombia county Biblo society which was unanimously adopted Constitution. Art 1st this society shall be called the Columbia county Bible society auxiliary to the Pennsylvania Bille society Art 2nd it shall be the object of this society to Dis Tribuz a the sacred scriptures i Ghoul note or comment in cd Lothia co. And to Aid the Penna Bible society with its surplus funds Art 3d any person May become a member of this society by paying into its Treasury any sum and every member of an auxiliary society shall be a member and entitled to All the privileges of the county Biblo society Art 6th the officer of this society shall be a president three vice presidents a treasurer a corresponding and recording Secretary and a manages together with one manager from each auxiliary society. They shall meet at least once to three months make by Law for their own govern men1 and fill vacancies in their own number five Ball a a quorum to transact business Art 6ih the annual meeting of the society shall be held on the last monday of december when the proceedings of the year shall be reported and offic cts for the ensuing year chosen Art 6th no alteration Ahall to made in this Constitution except at an annual meeting by a majority of member present the following gentlemen were unanimously elected officers of this society president a Llev or. Eter vice presidents a Jesse Bowman Ivy. Me Kelvy Alex. Montgomery treasurer a c Grier corresponding Secretary g d Leib recording St cd Yoe if Conkling managers Rev or Holliday Rev or Swartz Rev c Grier Wra Jenniet of some remark being made in reference to the destitution in Cui Nubia ctr Uty in was unanimously resolved that from the fact already developed we Are led to suppose that from 400 to 600 families in this county have no Bible end to Supply the destitution 83u0 will be needed therefore Resol Acde thai we will adopt immediate measures to raise the necessary funds for purchasing the Bible necessary fur distribution on motion adjourned e. W. Conkling secy. Wheal i Selling at Pittsburg al Dollar Twenty five cent per Bushel. Oue notice has bean Given ital a charter will be asked for a new Bank at 8oboylklll a two at the next legislature. Capitel 8208,000. Important if True. The courier de Lyons state that water i pipe of thick Glass covered with a coating of Bitumen joint Are being manufactured at River de Gler. These pipe will in is asserted Bear higher degree of pressure than those of cast Iron and Are 30 per cent i cheaper. Should this sort of pipe come into use it will affect the increased demand for the Metal for Iron ship. Perils of travel. During Twenty five year of Steamboat navigation on the weaters Waters from 1818 to 1841, two Hundred and Twenty eight accidents have occurred causing the loss of 1700 Uvea of these accidents,99 were explosions and collapss28 by fire25 by Shipwreck from gales collisions dec 32 from snags and Sawyer and 24 from different and unknown nausea. Or. Alana on m. Clark of a Wanton Vermont too ounces in the St. Albana Republican that is has Aba red from s full blood Merino Buck the growth of one year Leckie four Days thirteen pounds and ten ounce of Good clean Wool also from a full blood aerion Ewe a bib Baa a Lamb 8 j Pound. A Hale Touhy in. The English papera chronicle the feet of i e Man aged eighty five who walked 48 in twelve bears including stoppages Tia i a a lesson for some of our effeminate Young i men. Gen. Bonne Jackson s Fine. The Mississippi legislature has passed i Resolution a pronouncing the sentence of judge halt imposing the Fine on general Jsck aun unjust and illegal and instructing 1 their represent Ali it a and senators in con Resa to urge the passage of a Law for funding in with interest. Re they measure milk by the Bushel in Mississippi. A Teller published in an agricultural Paner Days that at a recent Cauls show to that state a cow was exhibited which Jave one Bushel and two quarts of milk per in new Orleans a buying a Bowie knife from s pedlar on the levee yesterday exposed the contents of Bis purse which were a Tsipe Lor of pure mexican cart me a parcel of Fellows who Ere Ever prowling about seeking whom they May fleece having teen ii Laid their Plana instantly and at once to submit him to process of abstracting which were to accost Luton nay embrace him As a recognized Friend and while one elapsed him in trans Pond of Friendly i cognition the Olheis were to deprive him of Hia change it appears they had Strong constitutional Crup Lea against one Man possessing the purse and the Twords or the Bowie knife which a an offensive instrument is tha same or a great Deal More accordingly one of the gang rushed up to him and accosting him with a what my Eye al ebb i tits nil i m bleat but is though Why How Are Bill a grasping Bim round the body and the Arras at the same Pitne As a Bear would or up in adversary. The other member of the gang lust no Lime in Dis encumbering him of Hia specie but before they succeed Vej his companion in arme contrived to loosen i aim and then he Drew his arms the Bowie knife with which be saved i Silver and literally fought i Way an Board i Fla boat when he Feller gets acquainted in new Orleans with the mean eat Flung Feller in All creation. The missionary society of the methodist episcopal Church am ording to Tho 24th annual report have 329 missionaries employed and of these 290 Are engaged a the Home i. Id thi Side of the Rocky mountains. Of these 20 Are among the Germau,40 among the indians. 63 among the slave of the South and about 136 a a it the Destilo be portions of the regular work i he foreign Field Are Oregon Texas Liberia and Bueno Ayres. In Oregon. 7 clerical it ii Lay Raissi Nuris Are employed. I be laymen Aro teacher phys Icilus Farmer and mechanics. In Liberia that Are 37 missionaries Nona of to Rhomb in laymen. The residue of the missionaries Are in Texes with the exception of on minister who is stationed it Buenos Ayres

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