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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 September 1838

' m mm JfLHf VoIrmkj SIT. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCBA. Nest dooh to Ro&iaon'a Staoe Orricn. "iTie COLVMBlA.DLMOCRATwill be jntblished every Saturday morning, at fH'O DOLLARS pur annum, payable half VCarllJ Ulrvlllmirfi. nr Turn n'nllr,,, j Wy Cents, if not paid within the year. "JS'j subscription will be taken fur a shorter tinuancc permitted, until all arrearages me uiscnargea. ' JW VIM TlSEMEX'fS not 'exceeding a square will be ,co)i"picuouslii inserted at we Dollar far the first three insertions. and Twenhi-ni'e cents for event shhxr. mpo iitriWw,,, r m It UI ..,. j ywJeo those who a-lvrrtise byfa year. LfJ'J'J'JMS addressed on bitsincss,jnitsl oe post paid. . POIjITIOATL'. ffj"GETTYSBUU9 RAIL E0AD.D! Wo give below a map and description of ttic lainuus Gettysburg Km! Road, whicli 13 copied from the Frauklin Telegraph. This is the same work, of Which Mr. Slro'hm, Senutar from Eancastcr, an anliniason, who examined the road last winter, says, h was folly to commence it, and madness t...

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. — 15 September 1838

fas an arbitrator ami at the clo?e of which Ybitration, had them placed in the hands of . i - rr . i l.jj . '.l . ' ..i rt ml'n (inn oioneoraser, wun nouceiiw jhcrfl out of his possessfon. There they emaincd open to the inspection of the vhole world. Gen.' Porter was obliged recently to apply to those books for evi dence to defend against suits brought against lim as the only remaining partner who could bo reached. He braved the storm and stood his ground through all this, and left but ten claims unsettled when he ,was forced to surrender.-And to show to what nn'uncxampled extent he sustained his in tegrity and character for fair dealing, in those various unpleasant and unfortunate litigations what more conclusive testimo ny can be asked than this: at the very next fall being a candidate for a seat in the legislature, there was but one solitary vote polled against him, ih'thevory townslrip'in which the wholojnf these transactions tbok place. Fes out of 10 1 votes polled, he re ceive...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 September 1838

TJ1K COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TIIDTB W1TCOUT TT.U " 1TUXIDJ1V, SEPTE.1IBKH 13, DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION roil uovjsunuK : GEN. I)AtflD R. POUTER. (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.; The Constitution oi' J.8ISS, To be Voted for by the People in October. POR COLUMBIA COUNTY. Congress. DAVID pfcTRIKIN, of Danville. Assembly. WILLIAM COLT, of Danville. Commissioner, JOHN McllENllY,sof Sugarloa'f. Treasurer. JEREMIAH WELLIVEli, of Madison. Auditor, SEBASTIAN HOWER,of RoaringCreek. CONFEREE MEETING'. On Thursday last, the Democratic Con ferees of Columbia and Luzerne counties Let at Berwick, for the purpose of placing For the Democrat. .fuel Xunttm by one of the School Dine- tors of Cattawissd township, for the pupils in Catlawissa School. PAST AND PRESENT TIME. These pleasant fields where now wo play, Without a dread of fear, Wero once the Indian's wild abode, And war-songs echoed here. These streets were one? a forest dark, Ur but a tangled way, Trod by the foot of savage men, Or prowling beasts of prey. . ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 September 1838

i EAPER, if you liavo a tough of cold beware of their consequences, colds generally pro- iliipn imnpfrrnlihlr. unci insinuate MNllsrlVCS 'throughout tho huihan system, finally settling: upon the lungs, and ending in consumption. A WORD TO PARENTS. How often Is vouth cut down when least expect ed, by tho consumption, and followed to their graves by parents who aro in a measure tho cause of their premature dcith, ip neglecting to remedy colds when " ousting in childhood, looking upon them as trifling affection?, and not attracting their notice until tho destroyer has commenced its work and made suro of its victim. This i3 not a fanciful representation. .f,ir daily numerous' Instances occur which prove tho fact. In manhood colds terminate in the same way, but do not progress so rapidly as in south; they should, however, in both youth and manhood, be early at tendon to, and not regarded as trifling affections, f jr it is a delusive idea that has shortened tho lives ' of thousands. Dr. B...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 September 1838

"2 ,,.' f- .... , , WW I Imvo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over Die Mind of MahVy-ThomM Jeffi-won. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ll WEOD, Volume IE. B&OOMSBUIiCr, OOIiUMBIA COTOTY, PA. ' SAOTSSBAJ, ' SEPTEMBER 22, 1838. Bsusnljei 82. mm wmmm mm mm mm bh im,n'Hi f ' 1 " ' 333si5 OFFICE OF. THE DEM0CH.A.T, . Next ooit to Romson's Staok Office. Tlit GOLUMBM DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in adilancc, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. iVb subscription ioill be taken for a shorter .period than six months; nornny discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. , , , ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a , tquare will be conspicuously inserted at ' One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertlon. ZPA liberal discount . wade to those who. advirlisc by the yjear. LETTERS addressed en business, must be fost p...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 September 1838

TilTNlSR CONVENTION AT PITTS-1 BURG " Wo understand that iho most intense! agitation and excitement occurred at the Jlitner Convention yesterday evening,' Ben f diet the fugitivo treasure of thaiCenshig tonBcnevolcnt b'ociethau bsen repeating liis Vulgar- and n:aent falselidods against Gen. Porter's tt'orthasa man,. Onoof the Whig delegates of this city, rose and dis claimed the foul assertions of tho vile slan derer, Benedict; nndjet loose upon him in a torrent of indignant, and malily eloquence, strongly intimating that the villificrs.of .Mr. Porter wcfclituVbeller than base perjurers, tmd that such witnesses might be procured at very little expense. , We have 6ince learn ed, a number of ,1(10 rtoretnanly and candid of. the fedcfalislp have expressed the same sentiments, and that the feeling of disgust js extensive. We have little doubt that many of the delegates will go homo thoroughly tsickenedofthc base artifices of tlicir co-partisans, if not entirely alienated from the cause....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 September 1838

per gallon; tut say jonly 10 dollars per tar cl.tho product of 4 acres ifl worlh BOO dol lars. Let us' reckon two hands at 120 dol- 'lara P annum cacli, making 240 dollars. Two additional nanus durnifr tho time oi l Offiocof thoPkxiyuEe, Nr.w Oklbans, Aug. 30. J - FROM, THE SOUTH WESTERN FRONTIER. if. i' .L Ti. :.,iin' 'ILvi'.t.-.i in gathering, say ono month each, at 20 UoJ- v uii:iMguii;c puunsiicu yesiui- lars cadi per month, equal 40 dollars. 'JTw ""J ' . " " vuiuaiiy y cost of 80 barrels call 40 dollars,, ahd (ho n,7Z rc. total is 320 dollars, to winch add storage, cd T,,at )apcr of t,)e 23d nstalalc8 cartage &c. 80 dollars anl you have 400, that Gen. Ruslr, at the head of up- having a clear profit of 400 dolls, per an- wards of 800 men, was, at the last uc num for the spit, Itlie cost of which was 10 counts, in pursuit of the disaffected, AJolls. per aero .and clearing 1,0 "per acre J w. were represented to he rapidly U UK! OIlL-1 making but 60 dolls. not for rent, but for...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 September 1838

TBI EADEIl, if tou have n coqgh or coldjwrarc JtSL of their .cMH'eiiueuces. Colds genially pro Uuca inipthitptibly, '' fcnd insinuate lucwsces throughout the hmrtan system, fifhilly seffling ujJon ' tha limit , end fending in coasumrition. A ifoilD TO lArtENTS. lieer often ie j-outh. cut down when lea expect od'l 7 tho consumption, wid fijnowed to thenr graven fc parents who aro in a measure the cause 'of their premature dterh. In negieeliftg to retnedy colds when exiftmg jn childhood, looking upon them a trifling auctions, rind not attracting their noliee until lao denrayer has commenced its work and made sure cf r Yietrm. ,This is not a fitncifol reptetntalkm. for drily' numerous kstanae occur whicVprfve 'the cct. " 'Ta manhood colds terminate in the fame wayjtmt do not progress so rapidly as in youth; they thoold, however, lt both youth ahd- manliood, he earlv at tenden.to, and riotAiBitn'cd 9 trifling nffecllo'ns, for it is a delWivcldcathat litis thrtrtenedl"(he bvea ef thousan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 September 1838

fttl rw.tr-r.tl.r71. ,., ,', -r r..:. '....-i...,.- . .',- r , , ,,j,CTt4.,irjf-.i:j,.jijri,, "I havo sworn upon the Altar of God, denial hostility to ovety foim of Tyranny over the Mind of .Man." Thomas Jefferson. ,- ' . , n.. i. . . . , , . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY H. WKllB. , ..Volume IS-. ' 'BiiOOMSBURG, COIitTMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATUI-BAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1838 '. Number 23. 14 OllCE OF THE DEMOCRAT, NSXT bOOil TO RoSjISON's StAOK OtFICE. SPERMS Tlie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT Kill be published coery Saturday morning, at TIVO DOLLARS fir annum, pay tibh half yearly ik advance, of Tivo Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. JYb subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspuhtovsly inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twrn('-five cents for every subse quent 7serlion, CT 'A liberal discount made to those who a'lv'erlise by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 September 1838

I hua.nci it SJio I'o.-?e, and subsetliiently sold oul to his partner. Pation conducted tho business about a year, become embar rassed, and ultimately failed. Ry this fail nro David R. Portcr'lost his whole cStatc, which had been invested in the Works, and became responsible for tho debts of Patton and Porter. These debts wore to be and should have been paid by Edward B Pation, In Fcbtu.irv 1819. the creditors of tho late firm drove Mr. Porter to tho last resort of tho Unfortunate debtor, I was his counsel throughout tho whole of his difficulties. At that time ther6 Was not a whisper against him of dishonest or dishonorable conduct. Tho only sentiment evinced was a strong feeling of commiseration and respect. As evidence of this, in the fall of that year he was blected a member of tho Legislature from Huntingdph county, and received eve ry vote cast in tho township of his resi dence save one. If this fact is not tho very highest evidence of character, I should be at a loss yhcro to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 September 1838

2$ tfHE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. , "THUTlt WtTliOl":1 fzaJi " IBIE!SOeiBtSrJB(B SJiTUKD.'lYr SEPTfalflWlt SO, 1838 ""BEMOCJIATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR! GEN. DAVID I?. PORTE Ri (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) TEic Coaisittidiou of HS38, To be Voted for by the People in October, rOIl COLUMBIA COUNTY. Congress: DAVIli PETRIKIN, of Danville!' Assembly. ' WILLIAM COLT, of Danville. Commissioner, JOHN McIIENRY, of Sugarloaf; Treasure. JEREMtAit WELLIVER, of Madison. Auditor, SEBASTIAN HO WER.of RoaringCrcck. iTum an pans 01 wo otaic. wo nave t in most bliccrin aCcoUhts of oiir prospects of electing Porter by a handsome majority. Many bf the origirial Antirrfasons, who were Democrats, having become satisfied that Ritner has lent hiniSelf to the Federal ists, will no longer support him. In Rucks connty alone, nearly one hundred have publicly acknowledged their return to their first love. So in oilier counties. The on ly remaining hope of the whigs hang3 on what Stevens and Dickey can do in squan dering...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 September 1838

i EADER, if you have a touh qr cold .lwaro of their contcqudnws. Oolds generally pro tluco Imperceptibly! jsnd insinuate themselves .throughout the human System, finally settling; upon ths lung, and ending in consumption. A WORD TO PARENTS. .How oftcft-Js outh cut down when least expect ed by the-consumption, and Toltoivedlo their grave 6y parents who arc in a measure the cnuso of their premature death, in neglecting to remedy colds when exutins In childhood, looking upon them as trifling affections, and not attracting their notice until the destroycr has -commenced its work and made sure , of itt victim. This is not a fanciful representation. lor daily numerous mstancts occur winch prove the act. In njahhood colds terminate in the wime way, hut do not progress so rapidly us in youth! they should, , however, in both ygUth and manhood, be earlv at . tendon to, and not regarded as trifling affections, for it is a delusive idea tifltt lias ehortendd the lives of thousands. Dr. BECHTER'...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1838

IIM0CK1T. , , I have aworu upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every ftrm of Tyranny over the ftllnd or MariThoniM Jeffenan. ' , PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. 1 " 1 ' 1 1 1 , , , . A . Volume II. RLOOMSBURGr tiOLUllIBIA COUNTY, FAi SATURDAY, $CTOBEI 6, 1838. ' 'Number 24. ; i ' ' -s , . i sssi . OFFICE OF TnE DEMOCRAT, Nkxt door to Rdbison's Stage Office. TERMS i The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advaiicc, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin the year. 'No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. - ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, mid Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtloni ECT" liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must bipost paid. XIZISC&I1...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1838

fcXOUIE, HAVING BEEIV USED UP BY , THE MASONIC WUICIS. To Harrisburg, on a Blooded Horse, to take his Seat as Governor of Pennsylvania Thaddems Stevens Mmii MmS, i&ilBfi Figure 1 stands for Gettysburg 2 for Waynesborough Tunnel COO feel long 6 Steven's Jren Works. -3 for Ripples' Tavern 4 for Hugh's Rolling Mill 5 500 DOLLARS That we can prove that Gov. Ritnet's Officeholders in Mifflin county paid a no- against D. R. Porter, and that what this miserable degraded wretch has sworn to is infamously false and untrue. 500 DOLLARS That J. Donnald. who sworn tht TV i? Porter advised Wm. Dorrit to take exorM F4 VI ftl-rm-VWH I EN. PORTER. WHO ARE own him! lie is another of youi SWEAR ERS. Look at John II. Sloncbrakcr! Peruse the absurd and ridiculous tale which was mtmlinsprl hv n TinBS.RHtp'nn tlin TPnnirn ( 'W, Imnilmn tiMJililll who wnnltl mnlcnllin null. thlldood what never lianben'ed ami' wlmj' to the Batlsfaction.of an unbiased publict 500 DOLLARS on , , j i iriia tie is scarcely...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1838

Eg2l THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT S.1TURDJIY, &CTOJIK11 0, 1S30. DEMOCRATIC nomination FOR GOVERNOR! GEN. DAVID R. PORTER; (of IttlKTIKCbON COUKi'V.) The GtfMSliiutiou of 1838, To be Voted for by the People in October. flMBEG2XBIBMPn5 SSISMI? FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY. - . Cdtigress. DAVID PETRIIiiN; of Danville, Assembly. ' WILLIAM COLT, of panvillc. Commissioner, JOHN RtcIIENRY, of Sugarloaf. Treasurer. JEREMIAH WELLIVER, of Madiaom Auditor, ' . SEBASTIAN HO WER.of RonringCreck. WHIG TICKET. Congress. WILLIAM G. IIURLEYl Assembly. JOHN BOWMAN. Commissioner. JOHN LAUBAUGH; Auditor. ALEXANDER MEARS; VOLUNTEER CANDIDATE, Treasurer. "WILLIAM S. DAVIS- Wcare authorized to say.that WILLIAM COLE will not be a candidate for Com missioner at the approaching election. We are also authorised to withdraw the name df WILLIAM J; IKELER as a can didat'e for Commissioner. Against Hie gentlemen upon tho opposi tion ticket we have nothing to say person ally they are all men of good standing and respectabili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 October 1838

act. CONSUMPTION. ( EADER, If you havo n cough or cold beware ol their consequences, uoids generally pro- duco imperceptibly, and insinuate themselves lliroughout tho human system, finally scttling'upon tho lungs, and ending m consumption. A WORD TO PAUENTS. How often is youth cut down when least export ed by tlie consumption, and followed to their graves by parent who aro in a measure tho causo of their premature death, in ncclcctinri to rcmcdv colds when existing in childhood, looking upon them as trifling Elections, ana not attracting their notice until tno destroyer has commenced its work and mads suro of its victim. This is not a fanciful representation. for daily numerous instances occur which provo tho In manhood colds terminate in thesamo way, but dd not progress so Tapidly as in youth; they should, however, in both youth and manhood, bo early at tenden to, and hot regarded as trifling affections, fur it is a delusive idea that has shortened the lives icf thousands. Dr. BECH...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1838

.'! T-l!'.t.!Lt-l!LAit!r C,C,"al 111,1111,1 ,0 C,C,J' r"m cr11- Ho lU of an.Th0I11jcircr0n. PillNTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WHBB'. Volume 11. a. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next dooix to KouIson's Staob Officr, !The COLUMlilA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at pi'O DOLLARS per annum, payable zym lent! Ynn .:,:. ;. !iVb subscription will betaken for a shorter uri tint iiitai xtLi iil'iiii iix 7 imr mill iiixrnn. r- j tmuance permit led, until all arrearages are discharged; WVERffl SEME NTS not exceeding a snltrfrr rniiitrttr.,t,Mio'l.i .'ttL.... uutiiu jiii.iiicjyui tunc iwicrliuns, and Twcn'y-Jivc cents for cycry subse quent ?sr rfign. C?vJ liberal discount' made lo those mho n tv rhp lm flm upfir LETTERS a ddresscd oh .business, must be post paid. BLPOSgsaURGj COLUMBIA COUNTY, FAi SATURDAY, OCTOBER is, 1838, Kit suiter 2S. AGPaC-JLTTJRAL. IPREVENTIOxV BETTER THAN CUR IC. When we consider the time required to j'Tcnovniu'iHiri render productive, land once cxiiausieti hy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1838

NEGRO INSURRECTION. We arc informed that a mcditnU-d in Section among the negroes in Marshall county was detected n few day since, in Himo to frustrate the purpose of those who Verc at the bottom of it. The instigator of 'this movement we learn was a white man, as is usual in all occurrences of this kind, ?nd tho plot was disclosed through the fi delity ol a slave. The negro in question, could not endure the idea o- Ids mistress full ing in a general massacre and divulged the plot to a person ot respectability, ny wnose odvire the negro appointed ft night on which to meet the fiend who directed the plot foi the purpose of hearing his plans in full and "receiving instruct! nns. On the nipht appointed, reveral persons having secreted tliemselvrs close at hand for the purpose of overhearing the conversation, the negro met the conspirator, and so soon as he had opened his plans sufficiently to furnish conclusive evidence of Ins guilt a gainst himself, the persons concealed rushed upon T...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "Tftoxrt (S'irnbtft trrlit " : , NINES CHEE&S JFOR DEMOtiRATI CODtiaiBIA; LaJt Tuesday was d glorious laj.; tor tlie 'democracy of Columbia County: .Every man wab at lils 'fioi mid UUh'e Ins duly jnanfullyt There were 3703 votes pol L-!..i iu t..-:.'.'-V ilk a'ji.-'.i i.'lU'.l'' ! icu, ucmg iui iiicreusu til scvniii iiuuurei "over the number at ohy fdrmer election. General Porter's Majority far lexceeds out 'expectations, it Being: 1524, the greatest democratic majority ever given in the county; The vlidlc dcmocratlcTickfct is elected. Ifrhlic vajk Tor Colnha Tbia Cdtih'4yi "The following arc the feporled majorities "as far a3 reO'eivedve canritit of course, 6'uch for their cortectiiess.but believe tlieni nearly correct. In relation in the Voles of Dauphin and Aadams couhtics, the Key stone snVsl In Halifax, Iiauphin county, there were ttfn elections held. There being " doubt of the illegality of that held by the federal ists, tVe do hot iiirlitrie.it in o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 October 1838

uuco EADER, if vpu have a cough or cold bcwar ofthcir'tjmeqUencC3. Colds generally pr auco icoperccDUblr. and Insinuate thcmscivr throughout the human system, finally settling utoi tho luiigt arid ending in cons'umptionf A WORD TO PAhENTS. ilow riftcn is youth cut down when least expect cd by the consumption, and followed to their grave by parents who are in a measure the cause of the', prcmiture death, in neglecting to remedy colds whe existing in childhood, looking upon them as trill in afll-ctions, and not attracting heir notice until th destroyer has commenced its work and made sun of its victim. This is not a fanciful representation for daily numerous instincts 'occur which 'prove tin act. In manhood colds terminate in thewme way.bn' t fld not piogrcssso rapidly as in youth; the; should however, in both youth and manhood, be earlv at tenden to, and not regarded as trifling afll-ctions tor it is a delutive idea that has shortened the live of thousand i. Dr. BECIITEU'S Pulmonary ...

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