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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1844

1 havo sworn upon the AUnr of (Joil, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson Volume Viai. BL.OOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 43 1844. .Vuinbcr 2o OFFICE OF THE I1EM0CKAT Oi-rosrn: br. Paul's Ciitntcit, Main-st TEEMS : The COI.VMJShO njiMOCP.OTwillbt published every Saturday morning, at J ii u I)()l,I.JIIi!S per annum jiayiwli half yearly Hi tidvautc, or Tuo JJotlan Fifty Cents df not paid within the year No subscription will betakenfor a shorter period than nix months :'no'r any discon tinuance permilled,until all arrearages are dise.hurgid. .11) f'Jill TISEMJi NS n ot exceeding a souare will be. consvicuouslil inserted at One Dollar for I he. first fhrccinserlions, and Twenlu-five cents for even substf ijuent nscrtion. CT"Jl liberal discount made, to those who adv. rlisc. by theytai I. liTTHHS addressed on busiiess,mus be post paid. ' IPOETK.Y0 THE LORDS AT LOGGliRIIIiAUS. The Marquis of Normanby wag proceed i ii 5 U) rc;ly on...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1844

T,iiif.a before Iter i while to Char Ik, Longville the i cfujal was locum fiom Alice alone. CHArTEll ill. Anain we nasi over some limp, nnd Alice stands at llio nllar iho bridu ol Gerard Dumonl. The brightness liaili romo hack to her tlnrk eye, nnd her cheek halli iho ;o1or of health as well a the bridal blush. The bridegroom turn from the altar, to pour outfits thanks Ij the Haron Do hcon, too,ior ins graciou, f.vor. Aifirsi'Dc Leon heard him noi for bin thoughts had wandered hark in to the detilhs of past yeais-lo the time when he had stood at an humbler altar , with no more omp and ceremony than rurfliccd lo mock and ruin ono who had given him thai holiest of earthly gifls,a inaiiion't) liustine, love, Starlled from hi.- reverie by Dumont's address, he re lumed a (heavy answer, when suddenly ho seemed o struck with tho figure be fore him, that he hardly restrained the oxclamalion that bad risen to bis lips. Perhaps tho memoncs so vividly recall cd lo bis mind at that time caused ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1844

Son 17 Allnit one fifer, one drummer, and one has drummer (o each batUllioii,fur which each li rceeiv one dollar per tiny. Suction IS. Thai ihu disbursements o' ijacu ami every rritfaiift inspector, mall ne fiFkiWy limited a follows-, lliey "hall pat to earh colonel or comuiaiulinu officer of reeiiiiciil fur ailvcriisini? prine iniiuitiL' nni dollarjlhey Khali pav to car-u militia eaptain ! or comtnamhn; officer of a company, for t ikniL', the annual enrollment of each per ton lawfully enrolled, onu and a half cents: for furnishing a copy of roll to inspcclalor sotio dollar; giving notice of annual training Jon tho first Monday of May, one jrJollar,making teliim of absentees to brigat'e Linspccior, one dollar! to eaih adjutant lor Pjist of absentees ol field and staff officers to Bilio brigade inspcctor.for each battalion, lift) conts. to earth of which items herein referr d to, tho said captain and adjutant mu3 wbc severally miuliiied to ils correctness bv ttTie brigade inspector; ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1844

,Iurc Wntur the best DrlnU. There is no axiom of health more jupt thnn that 'men never have n true Appetite till they can cat with relUh any ordinary food.' It is loltl of John Bailee, who liv cil to the age of 128, that his food for the most part consisted of brown bread and rhece, sod hi drink water nnd milk. Tlic He had buried llio whole town Ol iNortti- of(v..lm,,j. an.pton twonlv limes over excepting three hhofir.t . ii.. i ,i,m ycart lot 1 1 ays inc uive, nu rctprruiiiiy iay ntriorr uiu nun. uUUBc wi iuu or four, and said strong drink killed them 7 ofCommon ,.Ioa,)lho following .tatement and report, agreeably to the till. Water manilestiv Is tno naiurai ncv S2(1 RnJ crane of all animals: whole nations, aa Ma of Apiil, hornclans, and Hindoos, use it alore as a beverage. Mid unlike other driuK.ii (iocs AmoUnt stale the appetite, bnt the contrar) ; indeed, Ji ..... .,W..-.,,I I.f HmnnnratflS. tlboVC tWO i. ..v..-.. -i " l l ' . , thntifind Yars ago, that water OriMtcr Aln0UIlt ti...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1844

m I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Minl of Man." Thoma Jcflfcwm I Ji Vohiimu VIII. BliOOMSBURG, COIiUftHSf A COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, MAY 119 1844. 'Vmij! cr 3o M EaR II I m i OFFICE OF TJIE DEMOCRAT Oitositk St. Pawl's Ciiur.cn, Main-st TERMS : The COL UM1!I.1 DEMOCRAT willbc published even Saturday mtrning, til TIVO I) OL LA IIS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than ar.r monthss'nor any discon tinuance permitled,until all arrearages tire discharged. A Dl'EHTl SEMENS n ot exceeding a square, will be. eonspieuously inserted at One Dollarfor the first thrccinserlions, and Twenty-five cents for every sabse qucnt nscr'tion. CT"A liberal discount vutde to those, who advertise by the year LKTTE IIS addressed on bunncis,mm be post paid. POKTKYo Poor Itlmi't JKvciiiu;; iSyttiii. I1Y WILLIAM JONKS. Ciod cf the poor iiinn ! hea...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1844

"TIIUTII WITHOUT FKAll filled B.rrVtUMl .V.71'11, 1811. TIic Legislature of Conncoliciit on Aptilj Jlrmtaf the Publisher of the Ar. J urA I 2 met in convcntion.nnd nceording to the Evening Post,kn officer of thu U. S. provisions of iho consiitution, wliero no. Senate, llio New York Sun snvs. has nrres . ... ... . ' ItVPl'R r uoicc tag been mat o bv l ha nrnn e. nrn lei! William 11 it.mna. Km mi , dior .r . i . .. . . - .... I . CB 11 I ll'll rnlKu IJinl III .1 ....mil .....I ll..l .1... I lilt VP flir llm ll'.llll nnii.nniimi.ii. IV n .!.. inrtf nil In in n a. inn n Nniiniim. 'I' li n ' 1 1 I.' ....;... II... I r I . "'"i iinut ..lui umi ubVIIIICU mill J ICI VI ' " wi ..i.noi i, uii iiv-i-a II 17 SI I i.i.i.vii iv u. .iv....ii'ii ui . ii ? ui 1 1 1 i j nu.inu ivciiu.i. I us . li li li li n niinrun ni nnviiiiii i . . . i " 1 .i... .i... n i 'i:rriv iimin nnmr mnv up rnciiirmi tminni r.i i i i . i . Kin mi: li iv m n vimm. ii it m intn in i I .. ........ ...u.ii. u rui in bloodshed to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1844

POLITICAL PANICS. I NEW COUNTERFEIT. Mr. Hellion's ludiuuiinl rebuke ilf thosu flniistntiln Iliiolies. savslhn T.nirnstrr politicians Will) Would UM up n lallirp:illicll,.lli,r.inpr. Ins inst shown n a mum. M I'l I f ,Hl 'I M" 1 (III If IIU0CIVU3 inilTCIDMI heed. Wo hI recollect the, similar gamo which whs plnjcil in cnnnciiion with tbu limk a game thai resulted in (lie most disastrous ciiiiscuiiciilos. hmh lo that ineti ttitiun ami llie coun ry. In ii nut mtirli to lie rieplotcd, ilioi such important ami per manent interests should liu delivered up in political managers, Id bo spurtcil with m subordination to the cnhcip vrl party con- ..r .1... .1 .. ml. '....i. .... i hkiw im niu i i u sueii -.in extent noes delusion prevail, that many of tho blinil p.inuans oi ir, 1,1 ay naiu uecn snauu in believe tic is ilui nciml Uthcr uf American .. r . , . i . iiinuuinciurc?; niai domestic industry "V-as nut known until hatched into existence b tin 'lint inciibiitiuii and merilricioiis cmbra'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1844

31. mm i7"ril"CS'.g.'f' From the Go.hcn (la) 1)cmncral. ORATOU CLAY. v n. n. w. ii. 1: l 1. 1 a ( OrMor Cloy had fro fonea in his voire, Tho ono squeaking thus and Iho oilier down so; Anil mighty convenient lio found them both Tho squeak at tfio top nnd tho gutiurcl below. 'of u.' Orator Oby looked up to the Norlhj I'm for a Tariir Protective.,' salU lief the i m mr a iiiu " " ' yi.alt both Jays inclusive, una rcspecuuiiy inj iio. ... s Dot ho lutnod (o ih. South with his -tof Commo . , -.ixu I oi Orator Ciay to ll.o North with a qok. 1 am for a Bank.for a AafonaZ HAN 1U ,vmoum Orator Clav to his friends at the South: I confess my opinions aro not very rank To Omtor Clav was a Mason of nolo Not a secret.u sign nor a wo.d did he slip; But Orator Clay all his scciets forgot, And really couldn't remember the grip! Thus to all orders, professions and creeds, Oralor Clay garc a tono of his voice AVhv shouldn't all men of all parties agree Wlillo Bvorv ono found him the man of ....... . ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1844

1 " '"'"'" "'" '"'"" "'''" " I have sworn upon tho Altnr of Ood, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomti Jcflerion Volume VBil. OFFICE OF TJIE DEMOCItAT . Orrosrru Sr. Paul's Church, Mai.n-st ; TERMS : The COL UMEIA DEMOCRAT will bc0I)C wf m-9 subscrlbris, who not only refuse published ever Saturday meriting, at TIVO DOLLARS per annum payable, ""'. .vc'"y ' avanr.e, or wo Hollars' Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period thun nip months;' nor any discon-l tinuance pcrmitted,unlil all arrearages , are. disrharged. i.-ir ,. i. ' ... lll) VER TISEME NS n ot exceedin ? a square jmil be conspicuously inserted at One Dollarfor the first thrteinsertions, "and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserlion. XCpJl liberal 'discount made to those who advertise, by thcyeui LETTERS addressed on business',mm be post paid. POBTRYo rntt Tin: Columbia demociiat. The Allium! Address to a lsuly, Hero long neglecled...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1844

COLUMBIY DEMOCRAT. lllinliiisbitr;;, May IS. 1811. TotlicPcojle of C'olumbiaCuiiMlj. FELLuW OU'lZIiNa. After having served von for four con secutive viars, ns your Representative in tho Gene'ral Assembly of this Ooininnn wcillh, 1 return again lo lake my place amonfjst you, ns one of iho private citizen rind free pconlo of Columbia County without nny intention of again being candidate for re-election. To say that 1 feel gratrful for the honon noil distinctions you have conferred upon mo hy your free HiifTrages, would bo bul a feeble expression of my sense of the obli gallons ihnl 1 am under to you, for your triumphant support of me on the four dif fptptu nresnlnns 1 'have been a candidate fur iho Legislature thai obligation I now, and nlwayti shall acknowledge, but I am afraid ttevcr shall be able to repay. I cannot, my fellow citizens, take leave of you as vour Representative, without nm tiering you a lute, nr.d somewhat detailed, Account of my stewardships and 1 desire that you sh...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1844

"rnnni withou;- itui ' mitviiv.iv, .?.!' is, tbii. .9. Senator. The, Connectlcul Ioijjc of RcpresenlftUrca on Thursday, nadc choice of Jdbi z Huntington, as U 3. Scnator,lor six years from ihc t h of March ncx. Hon. Cliaunccy F. Clev( Und received the support ot tho demo :rnlic member, for president, Tho Nominee of tlio Democratic National Convention, TOR GOVKKNOIt, HENRY A. 3IUIILENBEUG Canal Commissioner. JOSHUA IIAIITSIIOIIXE. PRESIDENTIAL 'ii LECTORS' Wilson McUanoi.i:s, ? , . , As a Dihock, S Senatorial Hi;rnnsr,NTATivt: 1 Gcnrao V. Lrhlnali " L'hriditiu Kficas II Wni. ll.S-n.illi A John Hill (Phil.) fi Samuel 1L Leech ( Hamiicl Camp, 7 .lofwofriharpa 8 N. W. Snnipto 0 Wm. Hoindcnrich 10 iJoiirad .Sli imcr 1 1 Stephen Uatdy 12 Jonfih Urcwstcr 1:1 George Sr.hn.iblo 14 A'ulliniilel II. KlJicil 15 M.N. Irvine 10 James Woildbwii 17 Hugh Montgomery 1$ Isaac Ankeny HI .lolin Mnihetvs 20 Wm. Patterson 21 Andrew lturko 22 John M'Ciill 2U Oliiisilau Myers 24 'iobcrtOrr ICTA Eiertiocs.it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1844

Sequestrator's Sale. ITY virtue of a writ of sequestraion, issued nut SlU of ;hc court ol Common Plea of Columbia! i uuty, end to me dlrcetcd.wlll bo tented, ol public eilc, on the picmisos on Friiluytlie 17 h of May inst, nt 12 o'clnrk noon fur the term of f'Uir (Mr, Ml tliti Tight title and interest of the defendant, Nancy Rohr. tiz: her life estate in a eermin tract of land situate in the town- ship of Greenwood Columbia county, ron- The Hilling Sixty Two Acres more or leia, '0f Cotumtiia, together with the Commissioners, have examined tho samo fiom hounded hv lands nf Wm. Edo.nl, Jnnas the lirt day of January, 1843, mull the 31st day ol" December: of the sune uiitn. lLmtel Kitchen mid nihers.where- yeaitboih dan inclmlve, and ; respectfully Uy before the lion. Judges of the court on is erected one DWELLTXG HOUSE n pond well of water at the door with a r.u.np. ALSO, on a certain house and lot situate in the tnwn of Rhorsburg. township and county n.,rr iil, containing one fourth o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1844

I nji i iu?JiZm Mat & tmm I liavo sworn upon the Altar of rtod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jclfo.on rm BTOR. Volume viie.j I5LOOMS35UMG, COJL.SJM1SIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 253 1844. :Vei!!b)t;r 50 OFFICE Of THE DEMOCRAT OrrosiTK Sr. Paul's Cnuuon, Mai.vst The CO I. UMRIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable huff yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents,if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than nix month ;'nor any discon tbntancr permitted ,until ull arrearages ire discharged. JtDVERTISEMENS n ot exceeding it square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollaror the first threeinsertions, and Twenti'five cents for every subse quent nseriion. fCFA liberal discount viade to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,mits be post paid. Now is the very nick nf lime to Sub scribe, as, on the Glhof March, ISM, will commence ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1844

COMMUNICATIONS. Ton -rite coLtiiiBlA DEMOCRAT. We are now within a , . . .. few abort months! of the time appointed to place in power, nn tndvidiultto watch over me interests or inn commonwealth, for the next-thiee years. And aho, to plce in power two individuals lo guard the interest of tlii? extensive na tion. The candidates for the firei station ate already announced to the people of this rommonwritlih; and on one side the candi dales for the Other have lately been selected by ihe IJjItimore Convention. It now be comes the duty of every man to ascot tain fat 39 practicable the principle which these- men advocate! as it aiiouiu always oe hip f.tt priifuljlo In a lepubMcaii government !n suppcittimeasures. not men. What then are lite measures advocated by those who are alretfdy placed in nomination? The pari) claiming the name of whijf, and. the one which has maio its nominations, hold the inlio wing doctrine; and the persons nomlna led are pledged lo tho support of aurh mea: ores....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1844

T following U from the Peunsvlvaitian Pof Monday left 5 A Picture Jor Contemplation, Svn&ay "in Philadelphia sildier marching and !.!.. .1 1. .1.. f b-wwunii.t,iiaig UllUUgll HID BirCCIBIIUI IOT (display or peaceful purposes, but prepared 'for actual battle marine under arms ailors of the United Stiles Navy, with cut Meet, pistols, bonding pikes, and all the appliances of war, ready for dcadlv use upon tho instan: the echoes awakened by I the hoof of cavalry, and around tho closed chuichcs "which still remains," aro seen waving plumes and flashing bayonets. J Such is a Sunday of ihu ninteonth cer.tury hn the city of Philadelphia. Religious lol J? tuition enfoiced if indeed it be toleration when thos enforced by loaded muskets drawn sabres, and ut ihc cannon's mouth scharity secured through dread of "grape fc (canister. 1 NEW DISCOVERY. 4 A discovery has betn made by which piaunon can bo discharged by tlio simple) au iiitui ui tvin ji csbiii uiiiiiiapueriu nir contain Mil in the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1844

iasKssass CQLUMUM JjKMOCHAT. Bloonifcburx, ?3uj 18. 1941. TotltcPcojilo of CoWtmUinCoimlj. FALLOW CtTIZBNS. After having aerved ynu for folir ron uruiitlvo v.t, as your Representative in rift. General Assembly of this Unminnn WBtlili. I return nunin lo lake my place moist you. hs one of the pilvale citizens tod fnur 'jifopln of Columbia County wuftf'ifr n intention ol again Mutfiilatu lor re-election. being s 'I'o'say tlial I fed grateful for lite honors aod;urstinctions you bave conierreu upon mo 1$ your free HtiiTraget), would be but n feeble expression of my sense of the obli gations that 1 am under lo ynu, for your triumphant support of me on the four ilif fetenl occasions I have been a candidate for the Legislature that obligation I now, and nlwoyH shall acknowledge, bill I am afrsid never shall be able lo repay. I cannot, my fellow citizen, take leave of you as your Representative, without r,en. dcrhg you a tiue, and somewhat detailed, nccounl of my atewurdship; and I desire t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 June 1844

The Colombia Democrat 1 . ... . ' ; ,i I have iworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jcfleron H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPmETOR. Volume Villi BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 15 1844. CiViimlic'r 6a ft I H c OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT i OrrosiTK St. Paul's Church, Main-si' TERMS : The COL UM111J1 DEMOCRAT will b, v published every Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLL'ARSper annum payabli half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents,if not paid within the year A'o subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six monthsfnor any discon tinuancc pcrmitlcd,tintil all arrearages ure uncharged. Ji I) VERT1 SEMENS n ot exceeding a aquarisuiill be conspicuously inserted al One Dollar for the first thrccinsrrlions. HUMORIST, POLITICAL. THE USE OF MARRYING, ' he next Governor interesting teller I r r t t Galignina's Paris Messenger telates the Jr"m rion' uames enanan. following amusing anecdote : 1 he York "Democrati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 June 1844

THE F.XPENCES OF THE PACT It PRESENT ADMINISTRATION CONTRASTED. The amount of expenditures in a gov crnmentdepepds in part on it general polic) , whether extravagant or economi cal, and in part on trie exigencies ui ine times. L-jokingic all lliese, it is manifest that the expenses under the adminis'ra lion of the whigs liavc been much high er, and less jusiifiable, than Ihona under Mr. Vbi Buren. f Though our oppo nents assailed hU administration with many gross exaggerations on this topic, nnd made numerous pledges of reform, it hag turned out in this, as in many other matters, that ail those pledge have been for fulled, and a deceived community con safely plaee no further ronfi lence either in their statements 01 promisee. A moment lo the proof of this. The exigencies thai affect the expenses dur ing Mr. Van Uuren's administration weni numerous Among, the Florida war was very burdensonie,lhe overflow ing revenvc, anil the bank expansions of 1835 and-lS3G, led to larger appro pria...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 June 1844

REMOSORATIO NATIONAL CONVENTION. This Convention, assembled at IJallimore on Mo.itl.iy Inal, May 17, nt 12 o'clock, 4bmi was caiicti 10 oruer uy uio 11011. ji. m, Saunders, of N. C, when thu lion. II. 1) fe'Wriglit, Esq. of Pennsylvania, was elwsch ; temporary cliaiiman. .Mr. Saunders then offered a resolution lo adopt tlio rules and regulations uf the conventions of 1832 and ; 1835. as the rules of this convention. These (rules, requiring a vole of two-thirds for the H'lioico oi inc rrcsincntiai caniiiuaie, met 'with strong opposition, nnij quite a spirited I debate envued, but before any debate was j taken upon it, the resolution was postponed ffat tho present. A coinmittco of twonty 1 cix was appointed, one from each State, to examine the credentials and report tho num bur anil names of tlclcgutCB from their ru- jetivc Stales in titicndincc. Tho con vention then tool, a teem until 1 o'clock, At four o'clock., tho Convention assuin bled in pursuance' of adjournment, when the eonuo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 June 1844

hsb assumed a new ajpeat. The crops and A rVD 7r4TTT-,fT,TT!R.AlaIST 8,oc't flourished; fences and outbuildings were pin in goou ortier. in rva or mrc" Brandroth's PICTURE OF HEALTH Pills. THE SATURDAY MUSEUM. New and Improved Series. USE OF SALT OR BRINE. I' Uy., It was seen by iho steward's "i aSaU :o TEALTlschamcteti8cdln an individual by To ,ho Subscribers of the Philadelphia Sal 's iJ.the absence of all pain, suffering, or affection ur(J Mscum, books that the farm was miking its way rrcisoof his . ..I ... . . .( I T lm t!lfi unMtn.J mtni,i lltA iiktl rtf ftw f ,v i f ,i. TCniwtitvn "UWftD 1MJ ,IC "OJ5 a " irrciflo oi ins lunruons wunoui any exception. i u.i.t.s.im s.niiavinu Uu m Mr. J. A, -KcnriCKi Ot Hie wewiowu r . . i t. . ..!.:. -..:.( . v..n Itia., v,.,..,, ... tw. rtrt.t 0niiia t m., Proprietors. Kdilora and Hctzular contributora ol Nt'irseries, near Bosloh, h the Magazino or . . times, an easy digestion, free evacuations, without h Saturday Museum that their paper is no...

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