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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1840

I have sworn upou tho Altar of fceei, eternal Uosttttly to cvcty ford of Tyranny lover the Md of Man." TjlomeS Jenteoi PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II, WEBB BliOOMSBITRGn, CO&STMBIA COUNTY. OFFICE OF TjIB DEMOCRAT, OrroaiTK St, Paul's Cnuncir, Main-st. TAe COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. fNo subscrinlian 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 JJoUurjor tlte Jirst inrce insertions end Twmt'u-fioe evils for event subsc quent mcrlwii. $CFA liberal discount made to those who advemie by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. ' From tho London Metropolitan Magazine for Dec, THE WOMAN-HATER. Trust not the troanon of thows saillhiR looks, Until you havo their guileful trai...

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. — 8 February 1840

!ifaee. I wan nlnrmed ; but oh ! I wn near y Etunned, when on iho floor, as if acci dentally dropped, I found tlits glove' He field out a lady's glove, so tlf liunto in its shape and size, and so almost certainly lifrs, that my ejes began to grow misty , i i wi n norm.. Arc you mad V I vlii-pered, for I conld not speak : 'why '.id you not ride instantly . to Miss Mcrion . Alas .' if my suspicions 19 true, I were four hours too iatc. 1 was riding there, and thought it better to call on you by iho way. My horse is at the door.' Your whip! your whipl' I shouted; 'fol low mc 011 foot.' And ten seconds mo.c saw mc mounted, end heard the horse's hoof us 1 d.ished into the darkness. Arrived at Morion Lodc, 1 tore past the servant who opened tho door, anil rushed into the drawing 100m. Tlie Inmlly were assembled, all but Aura, whom I fiercely dcmai.ded to see. Every thing was consternation ; my loo! s, my stream ing haif, (for I had brought 110 hat w lilt me) and myiollow voice, made all sh...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1840

j P. T.lifi COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT. fs.iTusn.i kr.hnu.wvs, l& io. "PRESIDENTIAL r.LKCTION 18'iO. Fou Pr.siD:;r, rMARTISf VAN BUItEIf. Fou Vicb Pri:sidi:nt, illCHARD M. JOHNSON. m AN! flit. 'tONSTITUTtONAL TREASURY. Tlio absence nf the editor must account or errors iuthi- week? paper. Tlio Berwick tool may nay what ho pleas es of lis, wo shall hereafter treat him with fcilcnt contempt, as he deserves, haicly re marking that' Mr. Bobison i3 perfectly cu 'pablo of dolendihg himself, without any ol "our astistance; LETTER FROM THE EDITOR. Harrishurg, I'Vi. 5 IS 10. Tho governor's Message in relaiiou to the loans, and the resuinp'ion ol fpceie pay ments by the bank a. -We almost universal iatisfaetmn. I hero are ow. it ss true, wmo cxprcps disapprobation; hut it is mainly those who cannot use the govern men t to advance their own private good to t!ie inju ry of the general interest. I have no don';!, from what I tan learn, that he will hi sti?- 'uinftd by die. L,rijlitiKu j .old there' i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 February 1840

DR. LEIDVS t MSiPARILLA VIOOD PIT.TK giHOf I.D rrcrivo npref a-iicoovrf ull I'ills How "I exiMi'lirr: f ir-,t Urcniwc they arc composed of VrgrtuMe oxtrarts, free from minerals; anil way be token at nil times with perfect (rty by young urnl old, viiii out restraint from occupation, tmrrato living, tjt teat ui lading coiu. Second IJiouo they oro composed of mioll medicinal oxtracUi, 03 have been employed by all the mo,t celebrstod and respectuble 1'liyiiciann for iiio.o man n century past, in puriiying tho lllood nnd Anitiml fluid of the body. Third Because they may be employed, ns a mild or netivo purgative, according to the quantity taken, nnd their operation will not ho attended with gripinf? of the bowel, sieknaw at the atomnch, prostration of the system, &c, ra are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they po?ri a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mistmcorprepar otion whatever. Their firot effect is in correcting nil impurities with which tho blood ami fl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1840

TP t havo wom upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every Jbrra of Tyranny ovei1 the Mind of MaiL-riiom4s Jcflcrsoh. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB. Volume III. BkOOMSlOTBG-, COlLiSTMBIA COUNTY PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1S40. 1 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OfPosiTE St. Paul's Cnuncit, Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT 'will be .published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable Italf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. jVb subscription toill be taken for a shorter .period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages 'are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, icnd Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtton. &A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. t AMANDA. Amanda was a lovely girl. Those gifts and grace which pleaso the eye and capt...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1840

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TKOTftt WITHOUT FEAn 1 eJTUisn.t v, FEimujitviii, 1010. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840 FOR PRESIDENT) MARTIN TAN BUItEN. Tor Vice President, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND Tlin CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. .'S3BXVEQCRAT2C COITBTTY MEETING, By the Resolution below, passed at the Delegate Convention held at this place on tho 3d iust. a county rocecting is re commended to be held at this place on the 22d inst. As tho salvation of our parly de pends upon union and harmony, it is very desirable that a general attendance of the friends of the state administration should be had , that a fair and full expression of the democracy of democratic Columbia upen the all absorbing subjects that now engrcss the attention of the community may begiven. We hopo therefore, that all who have the bast interest of tho parly at heart will attend Resolved That this convention, recommend a county meeting of the Democratic citizens of Co lumbia county to bo held at tho house of Daniel Gross, in Btoom...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1840

wit. smitiift nomi We have been a coinl deal eilfprHeil at lue ungenerOUUm:anuiu anu viiuuiu , unauuo mads upon mis individual uy mo opirit ot the Times) III rniiaeipinav aim rnuuiui mu federal papers throughout mo Dtaiu, 11 is uniformly represcntcu uy mesa papers) mat Mr. HorjMNS auageu no nau oacucu ouv frnra t ie position no una ibkcu) mat nc nau At rnurairc 10 sianu up to mc rnariu uuu (J k that ho nau irucKieu in ms course auu au.ni- rionod hia principles, never were cnargua I ....r.......i.i a n ii.o mora graiunuun iu uiiiuuuuuu. wit best answer to mem, wo puunsn dbiow wo Messa?e. which have been made the ground n( all those malevolent assaults. These re1 marks weie lurnislicd bv our reporter in mo House, who isolated by the editors bf the i Washinton Ulo Je. It) be one o! the best una inoit accurate reporters muy ever nau in KeyslonU Mr. HopiuM-Said it appeared to him tUHl " J t 1 . ' . - -a raneu, uiu ouniiu i unun . S.! tho f iilli nf Ihn at.itn for tllfl .fnlfllmpnt of her...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 February 1840

1)11. LEIDY'S BARSA VARILLA 11L00D PILLS. IIOUIjU receive a preference over nil Mils now 111 OTIKtencOi l-'irst Because Ihoy aro composed of Vefrctaile THE RESURRECTION Oil, PERSIAN PlliliS. KjuPKmonm Tiir.HinicAS.BiuNnr.Tii's.ErAs's KISDIAW I'unrlATlTI, WO AIATCIII.RS8 (priced) ' ""'u"p iroin minerals; and may be inker) at " i "r ".v omrr pins or compound bcloro oil times willi perfect safely by young and old, wth- "l Inllllici as certified to liy Physicians and others, out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or et none condemn tlirm until they lmo tried fear of lakimr cold. them, and then vc nro certain thov will nut. occond Uecauso thoy arc composed r.f such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all It is now n settled iioint with nil wlm lnv uu.,1 Iho Vegetable Persian Pills that they arc prc-cmi- tha most celebrated and respectable Physicians for n.cn"y 'he best and most efficacious Family Mcdi- morotlian n century past, in purifying tho Illood cine that haa yet...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1840

m ll tifcVe ttfon lat AHftt Rod ifcrrial hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Ml"d of Man.' Thotaaa Jteifcraon. PllINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB, Itolitsnc MI )3X.0OM&WIU CJO&TOIBIA CU$W FAi SATtTIfcSSAY MEllktTAl&Y 18406 IVtiEutjci' 43. JSLJi OFFICE OF THE .DEMOCRAT, OffeuTS St. Paul's Cuurch Mainly tht COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will h published every Saturday momtVtgj at TffV DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in aciumtce, oc Two Dollars Imy Cents, if not paid toithin thtycm JSro subscription will be taken for a skvmt period Hum six months j nsr any citjcsii fmwonco permuted, until ail arrearages an discharged JtD VER Tl SUMS NTS nof exceeding n snmre will be conspicuously inserted tt Out Dollar for Ike. first thtct insertions end Twcnti'fiuc cents for every subse quent mcTiwiu 'jx nutrcu uiscowu made to those who adoerlisc by tht year tSTTJ2RS addressed on business, must be post puidk A MEAL'S A MEAL A Short timo sinco the door of a country Inn was darkened by a we...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1840

POKilTfCAIi. GEN. HARRISON'S POVERTY. Our opponents are talking a groat deal a liout General Harrison'a povcity, and say that tlio administration papers aro cohtinu ally making it a subject for mirth and laugh ter. They are certainly very naughty for deing so, as poverty is, in our opinion, no disgrace to any body and certainly not to ono who has spent go great a portion of his life in the"" wars," as Gen. Harrison is said to ltavo done. But what has caused the old hero to be so very poor in his old days ? Moro than a quarter of a century has passed away, since he foight tho British and " In gens" at Fort Slcphcnson, and ho has held various, important, and profitable offices, almost continually since that time. Wo think his poverty, if he is really as poor as lie is now represented to be, is not much in his favor as it seems to indicate that ho is pretty much of a spendthrift, which is cer tainly not vety creditable to him. The form, without tiny danger of being accused ciecly in th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1840

HIE COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT. BATURVJIV, VEBRVJinVVi, tf10. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. Fern President, JMLLRTItf VAN BUREff. FoU VlCK PnUSIDBXT, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. ISC COOTTT BJBETIH'Gra By the Resolution below, passed at the Delegate Convenlion held at this place on the 3d inst. a county meeting is re commended to be held at this place on tho "22d inst. As tho salvation of our party de pends upon union and harmony, it is very desirable that a general attendance of the friends of the slate administration should be had, that a fair and full expression of the democracy of democratic Columbia upon the all absorbing subjects that now engrc3S tho aitenlion of the community may begiven. Wo hope Ihorefore.that all who have the best interest of the party at heart will attend- Rtsolccd That this convention, recommend n county meeting of the Democratic citizeni of Co lumbia county to ho held at tho Uolifo of Daniel Gross, in Bloomshurg, on the !22d day of February...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 February 1840

SKVJRA- JllMSOjYS WMV DR. LEIDY'S SAHSAPAlllLLA DLOOD riLIAi, gHOULD receive a preference over all PilU now ' k9 existence: Kiwi Because they aro composed of Vegetablo extracts, frro from minerals; ami may to taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, tetnperato living, or fear of taking cold. Second Because they are Composed of bucIi medicinal extrarts. as have been employed by all "tho most celebrated and rcspectablo Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying tho lilodd mid Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may be employed as n mild or active purgative, according to tho quantity 'taken, and thtir operation will not be attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by 'other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect i3 in correcting all impurities w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 February 1840

bps" tev m mm m m V JTOiEiW IKS A MSI hfevc bwWft ujoli tin Attar of crtl, lettViiftloyaiiiy to cvc.-y ibta Of T-yl-aimy oicr the Mlu-1 of Mnitt-TIiomto Jcfltrbon CMS PIHNTED AND PUBLISHED BY & WEBB; Volnmb 53 83 im Mm lw M mm - -iw- jizju kJCJStiJui D jSeEU HU J1SSA.V25S JaGi. EiGJ 3 fl 1 rT"Mf l"T It 'tT TrTT" I' H r f H m nnrmi ! mm tmn - - "VJf s ml wo OFFICE OF till DfifttOCftif "Ojtositb Sr. Pau-Ois ChW-iB-, ft-Ata-st. co&mtntA imibxsnJSTwin he ihntr iiJBWii til rt. period str rtrtiif"i j tt3ftlrt (con ftntmnce icrftsc,7j iliilti oit tzrMmgea ore dischttr$rl squato wilt bt Mfopiciteitily tnnffctl til One Dollutof the fifst hnt in'stitidus, end Ttcoitywi W)!5 Jfot tUfy subse quent Mtrtkm ttblrtil dir.ivmi LETTERS adiirwtii eft br.iMss Mtw fic post pnu( "THE 1HR03 Dt t3tD.vv t)h, what can btmipaiu to llib jicatc tti3oll, When it Cometh tipr.n llif, licarij tVhero once contending pMSimu troiJv When it bida ihem all dctiaftt Oh 1 not the peace ot the tintttc plaliH When th...

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. — 29 February 1840

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TitWTU without ruin ' The Alliens, 6a, Banner (state right) ptofcsscs to speak for Georgia, and an nounces thai her citizens of both parties will repudiato tho Harrison candidate and his pcoplt id his principles,' The Columbus Enquirer, (whig) says i " Should the contest eventually be be tween Gen. Harrison and Mr. Van Btiren, and wc be forced to choose, we have no hes itancy in saying that wc will sustain tho lat ter." influence of either. Wo atfl not, how ovef , for hasty and inconsiderate measures. We entirely agree with tho Governor, that a reasonable time" should be allowed tho banks to prepare for a resumption. It mat ters not whether it bo to-day or to-morrow, but when it docs take' place let the resump tion be PERMANENT, and at the same time let tho banks be properly restricted' BjrtnuD.iv, FEJtnuJievio, imo. Presidential election is40. Fon FnEBIDENT, ttTARTfff VAN" BUREN". .For Vice President, &XOHARD M. JOHNSON. XND THE CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 February 1840

ftMi'rtei.TJic Amcncnn TvevrBjj&peti ira distinguished tot ctrungo cftticcits, curl rfus'IJoa, odd odtlitled, ipR-er queeritica.nud tnatt:r8 and things out oi mo common oruer. Thseditor is n curious fellow Who said thit in Virginia thoro is n country where the -oil is o sterile that when tho wind is in 'the north-west they havo to lio the children to keep them front being blown nwny. It was an odd genius, who naitl that in Vjimu Vnrk thero 1 n man who lias eomo 'whiskey bo good, that after dtinklng of it 'you speak broad Scotch It was nn odd saying, (hat in some parts of tho country their beeves tire bo poor.lhat when they kill one of them they have to liold tho antmat up to knock him down. It was an odd saying, that in Maine there 1 l.a. llw.l mlinii lin mLmI is a place so rcry, h "'"j corn, they have to shoot the grain into the 'crevices of the rocks with muskets. It was on odd saying, that in another tnlace Down East: the stones ore bo thick, 'that tho ducks rian't got their ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 February 1840

i sufiW itx.vsfKYs win DR. LillDVS tuns iPAiat.t t vr.oob pii.lv, pNIU)t I,U receive a preference over all l'ilts now in exigence! l-'ir Oecauoe they nro composed of VtiRrtuUc T.stmctK, free froin minerals; uJ may tw taken at rill times wltn perfect safety hy young nnJ old, with--nut restraint from oecupntion, Utiijicmw IMng, ur fear of lortlrn; cold, Second -tlJcuic they ere." composed nf isurb Ilrfdicmal MftrScti. :ui hnve been employed by rill tlio uiot celebrated snd rojpcctablo Phyfickin for tiKwu than a enntury pat, in purifying Iho Mood mid AnW.t fluid of the body Third Uceause they may bo employed as a mild or netlvo purjaave, according to the numitlty taken, mid their operation will not bo nltcndrd Willi gripinjf of the IiowtIs, sieknois nt tho Gtomarh, prostration of tha system, &c., ps are produced by other pillt. Fourth Because they powciis a combined scttotf, not potnsned by an? otlwr pill, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their Cnl elfect U in correcting oil imjAj...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1840

I Have sworn upon tlio Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlie Mlhtt of MtUu-.Thomai jefr;r,on. t Volume HSI. OFFICE OF THE DEMO CB AT, OfPosrrE St. Paul's Cituncn, Main-st. 771 COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TlfrO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription u-UI betaken for a shorter period limn sir months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages 'are. discharged. A D VER TISEM ENTS, n of exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted til One Dollar for the first three insertions, ami 1 icenty-Jive cents lor every subse quent nsertion. C7A liberal 'discount viade to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be jwst paid. Fru the Laity's Book. OUR JESSIE; Oil, THE EXCI.US1 YES HY t!!3. IJSWA C. CMBVRV. ' Lliay, who was thai pretty girl I met on the stairs this mnrniii"; V said Frederick Utwrlelon, as ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1840

this dissppeaHthfi, sho never left her apart ment, ml it as only, by awakening Iho charities of ior kindly nature that sho uould bo Induced to tail an interest in cv--cry-day lire-. She had grown old without having lost one atom of her early tenden cy lo sentiment. Combining activo benev olence with almost morbid sensibility, sho was often a subjeet of ridicule to those who thd not know her virtues, while sho was sincerely loved by those- who ctiuld forgiyc eccentricity in behalf or excellence Fred Oarlelon, in his boyish days, had conceiv ed a great dislike of her peculiarities and unable then to appreciate her ml goodness, was terribly bored( with what ho termed her "sentimentalities." Bui ho had Einec learned to know her bcttoi, and her very foibles now seemed to render her belter filled to afford him counsel. What was the result of her ad Mice. Let us pass over tho lapse of threo years in the courso of which Lizzy Oarlcton had married tho rich and aristocratic Charles Tibbs, who...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1840

ff1 T 'T ' "iili- TUB COLUMBIA DEMOClUtf; is aiw&is kern in persneciive.-&iaic Cdap. Gaz, BSTUItU.tW .JMUCU 7, 1810. MARRIED Od tho 3d inst. by the Rov. William J. Ever, Mr. MIOHAEL MAUER, to Miss MARIA MERT'Z, both of Roaringcroek OBITUARY. t - VILLI PRESIDENTIAL ELECTI0N-i840; l?Ort PkuSIDBNT, MAUTIN YAW BURENi Fori'VicE PnUSlDHNT, ICIIAUD ftl. JOHNSON. AND TIIC 'CONSTITUTIONAL treasury. m, ' 1 11 rmr- ;,v------ Communicate!). J0V. Editor I just vartl Id ask the Port M Berwick, whether lie has grit Ins ngl t,urt.0 If not i have Something more Veady fbr lilih. t liitVe a Tew pbrmi'ts lb scan which some of trie Captains Of Boats help .i i,: .r. ,n;ifcii Hut: ami would wish to VU lllli " ' now whether lie has found out how many Sihnusnnd lbs. is in six toils, of Whiskey an . Flnur: counlinir the barrels lo bo bl an c- qual weight. The commonwealth Will soo.i bo able to raiso the IntcreM oil her state debt counting a barrel of whiskey equal to & barrel of flour; provided t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1840

i-tlV UK. LKIDV'S XVWkVAUlLLA Dl.OOb 1'IT.LU. fcjJUOl.LD receive n preference oer all 1111 flow l''irjl Uecauso they ore composed of Vegetable nrtracu, free-fnim minerals; ttnl may ho lakcu at ulltimcu withpctfcct&tVty by young iuid old, whit uut restraint from.occunaliorif tcmiicfato living, or leitrortoUng'coM, Second Uccfecso they arc, composed of such '"in.il extracts, as have lccn employed by all the mof equated atid rcipcctahlrt Physicians for moid than a century past, in purifying ttio ltlood mm .kiiuuui Hum 01 IOC IIOUV. mi.- , J . nuld or nrtivo purgativo, according to tho quantity mmii, uini uinr operation win not is attended with griping of the bowels, alrkucsa at tho atoaiach, prostration of tho aystcm, &c., na arc prodnccd by other pills. , i dilrth--Dccatno Ihey poasos a combined action, iuf-nnKu uy imy oinrr pniA, mixiuieor pri'par- hilAM taliltnvni' Tit.,!.. 11'.... I .. .: i'i.vn.M Mil, 11.9. Villi,! 13 ill VUllUl llllg ill impurities with which tho Hood and...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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