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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 March 1840

CtMJlMA HMIMIl.A'fli";-" nvu uyoh tub Alii ortad tteari tommy u n,m br yhhy it Mm wMrt;' Volunfcc ftlt. 1 " ii - I , i jT - TED AMP jPUfiLISnfeft BV ft -agfflfr DEMOCRAT, 0po3itb St. Paul's Ctrtwou, Maih'st. 2ftc COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday mming, ut 'nrrrn nnrf "inn " i the ttear, 2to subscription mill be taken for a shorter jwi u mini nht, w.imuea,. nor any uiscorl tlnuance permitted, until all urrcurages nrt discharged. Jlb VJmVISEMSNrS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at n. .... A... .f..V a it ... . wit jjuiiurjiir mcjiTsi mrce insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subsc quent nscrhon. $?.I liberal discount made to thou who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must oe post pnuu POLITICAL. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. HAimjsntmo, Wkdnksuav, March 4. It half past 0 o'clock, the delegates ap pointed from the several counties to the 4h of March Convention, to form an Electoral Ticket for President, and to appoint dele gat...

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. — 14 March 1840

tteo. rran, Marshall, . fearer, ,Gavr.uion, Wi IrtV 107, voled for RkSiam M. Jomisost "Messrs Kincbury,vGuilirie,Brcdin, Por- Wi ter. Van Amringe, L-onneii, Poita. AUkcn, Evans, - . - it Moorhead Frederick, eLi.u t?,r. Hnmh. Forney, May, Vo- iran.Tiightner, Hamilton, i-auerai ., Luoy-Lcc, voted for William R. Kisb. On motion of Mr. Kingsbury, the nomi- natroh bf Rrrhar'd M. Johnson, was unaui- tuously confirmed. On motion of Mr. Van Amrineo, it wan o.i..! tint a commuted of thirteen 16 appointed to draft an. address to the pco l3 of Pennsylvania, for the adoption otthe n.h.fA That .a committee of thirteen U appointed to draft resolution, expras-uh-b of the ene of this convention, to be 'adopted by this body. .i..r,,J That tho deicffttes ffm oacli Congressional district return to this Conven tion.atiu afternoon session, the names o -dut,iM of Elector of President and Vtco President, and uessgaics 10 reptcsuiy. , this slate in tire National Convention 8 meet t Baltimore, accoidin to t...

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. — 14 March 1840

I r turned ttyahltfl for himihrf and the, oRc'era or the conveblion', for flic kind and eouite oui'doportmcnl of tho delegate's tp them, in the execution of their duties, Which they had endeavored to discharge to tho beat of their ability. Ho remarked th&tnfi far is his own riews Mtcndediund that was over a quarter of a century, he had never witnesebd an assem blage of. the party in which thero was ex hibited more talent than in the present, anil where the sentiments and principles of the "party were mora strongly and unanimously carried out, than on the present occasion. And ho moat say, that it argued well for the 'anccosa-of lhc party, and the great and ea "cred cadfca in which it was engaged. On motion, the Convention theu adjourn '4, itn e (ict THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "Tnirru wifaorT trik PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ISlOl For President, MAlttlX V&X BtinEft; ' Fdrt Vice President, uticiiAkD m. johx&& And tiiu CONSTITUTIONAL TREAStilttf. THE JUDGES. ' JlarriabWg, March Q...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 March 1840

f 8KlmliSV JUSJISOXM WHY DR. LEIDY'S QARSAPARtLLA BLOOD PIL1M, gjUtCU;t.l) receive a preference over all Till now J3 h? ptistcncei .FittrBtcaua they are composed of Vegetable extract free firtrrt minerals; and may bo taken at all linfi with perfect safety by young anil old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fear of taking cold. Second Uccauso they aio composed of sUch medicinal extracts, aa have been employed by all th mo.it celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in puniying tne iiiooq tnd Animal fluid of the body. ' Third Uccauie they may lie employed as toild or aetivo purgative, according to tho quantity talten. and their operation will not be attended with criptnz of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of the system, Scc., aa are produced by othor nlllj. Fourth Because they possess & combined acUon, Xot poasessod by any other pills, mixtuto or prepay W whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all impuritie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1840

13 I liavo sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mail." 'TJiomaa Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume III. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, foirrosiTii St. Paul's Ciiuiicii, MAin-st W"lWf i X AAXhO yinc uuijUmjji.i d&mvvjkji jl ww uc w irtTTTirnri iitts fiin m j.. !! I ' I ?"?"". , c. ?'uruay morning, Uiru jjuijJjJijio per annum, paiauiei, 'half yea'rlil in advance, or Two Dollars Fi fty Cents, if not naidivithin the year, Wo subscription will be taken for a shorter)1"0 inhabitants, wilh a dejected and low- j veriotl than six montis : nor any aiscon- 'A?. . mm hii 4 tut' it 11 1 1 1 r1I nv'f etrifn rvfl o I iiiiu it 1 Co jci muicu) iwtut uu mtwiu0M arc iUSCIl0.ToCU, Viuvuiii lZiuiuuLy noicxwaing V:;"'nZ17n: llw JJUllUI IUI 1 1 Us J . I U lr . f . f .vin, and Twenti-Jive cents for ciicri subse- micnt nserlion. SCT liberal discount made to those who advertise bu the year. LETTERS addressed on business; must be post paid "il...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1840

W32S33S2 ssrKaHSEMswi POMTICAIi. INGERSOLL AND NAYLOR. The investigation of tho Ooramitteo to inquire into and collect all tho facts rclativo to tho contested election of those gentlemen to Congress it still going on in Philadel phia. A number of witnesses have been efxamined, and judging from the testimony Which has been given thug far, a blacker nicturo of political villany has never been exhibited to tho people of Pennsylvania or tho Union, than that which will shortly ue developed bv this investigation. The facts which have already been proven before the ceramittee aro enough to mantlo tho cheeks f the Whig party with tho crimson blush of shame, and the individuals who have been guilty of participating in this foul eonsDiracv against the Denote, should be made Xofeel the scorn and contempt of a i i.it . vir I. .1.- -i. justly inuigii-ui puunu. ic uhh mi- uv tinlion of the reader to tho following die closures which have been made in relation to this matter, for which we are indeb...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1840

TJIE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "tiiutii fiTHOFT run " &3 TURD.1 I, Jt.1R CJt 1 1 , 1 MO. iw.'j 1 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. Foil PllESlDENTj kAUTIJT VAN Btllitetf. Fon Vice PnusincNT, fclCHAUI M. JOIINSOft. And the fcONSTlTUflONAL TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET u AMES UI.ARKE, oi inaiana, g.natorlal Gko. G. Lr.ii'En, of Delaware ire, 3 1 Col. John Thompson S Bcniamin Mifflin , Frederick Stocvcr 3 11 m. II. Smith 4 John F. Stcinihan John Dowlin Henry Myers B Daniel Jacoby C Jesse Johnson 7 Jacob Able 8 Geo. Christmart 9 Wm. Shoencr '10 Henry DehuiT 11 Henry Logan 12 Frederick Smitli 13 Charles M'Cluro 14 J. Mi Gcm.moll 15 G. M. Hollenback 1G Lcdnafd J'foutz 17 John Hoftonjr. 18 William Philaon 18 John Morrison 20 Wcstly Frost 21 llcnj. Andcrsdn 22 William Wilkins 21! A. K. Knight 24 John Findlcy 25 Stephen Barlow1 It will bo r'crnemboreit thai at thfe dele gate meeting held at this place oil tho 3d of February, Jcddiah Irish was appointed sen atonal delegate to tho 4th of March Con vention...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1840

sIr,vv DR. liElDY'S SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PILLfS, JIIOULD receive a prefcrencs over oil Pills now $3 in existence: First Because Ihey are composed df Vegetable extracts, free from minerals; anil may be takcu at till time with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint From occupation, temperate living, or fear df taking cofii. Second Becauso they are composed of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all the most celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying the Mood mid Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may be employed as a mild or active purgative, according to tho quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, bickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho system, &c., as are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, hot possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first eifect is in correcting nil impurities with which tho b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1840

H ill Wa I have bworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every ri of Tyranny over the Blind of Man." -Thomas' Jcftcrsoh. ' if PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. BliOOMSBURg, COLUMBIA COUNTY, JjA. SATURDAY, MARCH 2S, 1840. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTB Sti Paul's Oiiuncit, Main-st. E SUMS : STAc COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT loillbe 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. No subscription will be taken for a shorter jieriod than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, Until all armiragta arc discharged! , flDVERTISKMUiSTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenhl-fivc cents for every subsc- . . r 1 .a 1 queni nscruom nucriu mxcuum made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on busincssi must be post pa'uh Fioln tho New York Express; MR. JONATHAN SLICK'S NEW YEAR'S CALLS. Jonathan's idea...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1840

T io body of the dead Tory was ttken nd -"jfteU by Uie sexron ol the churchy 9 he ' (j a a re'alions In that Vicinity. A'vr .n a uence of two hours of thetea jibe 's. me egrnes returned, paving Sue cee t i in capturing Finly ntid one of the atr.-ifTTa v!u were that night confined and th .ii xt morning, at the earnest solicitation ol Judge 1 ' , liberated on the promise c'" uutttdtrtg their lives. It was in he month nf October of the same year that Catharine V was sitViug by an upper back-window of her fathci's br'.?n, knitting. .Though autumn, the weather was mild, and the window was hciaieJ about three inches. In tho tear of t! house was tho barn, a huge old fashion cc fl'fire, wllh upper and lower folding tutors the lower doors were closed, and ac' c: Iwi illy casting her eyos towards the barn, e. saw a small back door on a rauga with tf e iro.u door, and "tho window at which site was siuin open, and a nlunbcr of men enter. TIio occurrence of the summer immedi a c'y presented itse...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1840

fought tho expenditure ought to to a pub lic expenditure, and thni it ought not to be. limited. Although ho did not admire Gen eral Jackson's civil acts, ho admitted that he had rendered distihguished services to his country, nitd he thought he ought to bo invited, as the guest of the commonwealth and of the wliolo stale, lie should ha glad to have anoth'oV distinguished individual in vited ; but ftom the constitution of this leg islature, he could mil expect to carry a res olution for such purpose, anil therefore ho should throw no obstruction it) lho way of the passage lif the resolution Under consid eration, hoping however, that there would be no political coloiing given to the invita tion in litestion. Mr. M'ELwed said that the gentlemen from the city was really more liberal on lho present occasion, lhati he expected hhn to be. If the gentleman had examined the resolution as printed, he would have found rthat there was nnuiin rm a. ooimcai cnarac- tcr connected with It; lie woul...

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. — 28 March 1840

DR. LEIDY'S SA USA PA ML LA HLOOD PlU, (gJHOlJLD receive a preference overall 1111 now vS) in existence! First Bccauso tliey nrd compdscd of Vegctablo i . r c ' i i 1 i . I rxifticu, ireo irom minerals; uuu may m: uuii-u iu nil times with perfect safctv lv vouniandnld, vitli- out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or tcirol tailing coldi Second Because they arc composed of such medicinal extracts, as havo liccrt employed hy all Hho moM celebrated and respectable Physicians for tnoro tnan a century past, in purilying llio mood wid Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mild or active purgative, according to tho quantity taken, nnd their operation will not bo attended with griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho systwn, &C, as are produced by other ntlls. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, riot possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting nil impuritie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 April 1840

" ' 'vp,'i,..ttrM,TnxrIMl-UliMlllLKJ Klgl.-J-aaTam.--n-,.. i, , . ... . , . i hao sworn ttfaii the Aitar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ovfcr the Mind of Man." ThomM Jcflcreoij. -r Voltiasso MI. office or the deMocrati UrrosiTB Sr. Paul's Church, Maix-st, TVs COLUMpM DEMOCRAT will b& published every Saturday moaning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable 'half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars 'ifyy Cents, if not paid within the year. 'No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted), until all arrearages .lare discharged. V1D VERTISEMENTS not etceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions; and Twenty-five cents fox every, subse quent nserlion. XCpJi liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. POLITICAL. REMARKS OF MR. BUCHANAN IN REPLY TO MIti UAVIS. Mr. BUCHANAN roso and said Mr. Pkesidust : I rise...

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. — 4 April 1840

ir itis family, tf his wages increased wlili 1 like increasing expansion of out, credit sys tem, aggravated in "its efiVcts by the im, joeuse sales of State bonds In Europe, still 1 the prices of till the necessaries of lifo roso in a greater pioportion, and lie was not ben efited. might mention, also, tho vast mo nopoly pf pork produced by a combination of in'diViddals extending from Doston to Cincihirati, which by means of bank facili ties, -succeeded 1h raising the price of that Viecessary of life to an enormous pitch. what then did the laborer gain even at tho time of '-the greatest expansion ! Nothing literally nothing. The "laborers wcro a suffering class, even in the midst of nil this delusive proapciity. instead of being able tb lay by any thing for the present day of adversity, winch waa u necessary conse quenceof the system, tho laborer was even then scarcely able to maintain himself and 'his family. His' condition has been terrible during the past Winter. In view of those...

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. — 4 April 1840

TILK 'COLUMBIA DinlOOltAT. ISills3 SCS. - - - " - T - i'i Frederick Smith 1.1 Sharks M'Clurd H J; Mi Gelrilliclt 15 O. Mi lt6)lcnbdrk 111 Leonard Pfotlt-. 17 Johil lldrtonjr. 18 William PhiWoil 18 JohriMdrrisoh 20 Westly r'msl 21 itrn. AridcrcoH 22 William Wilkini 23 A. K. Wright '21 John Findlcy 25 Stephen Barlow PRESIDENTIAL ELlJOtf t'0Ni&J Ol l martin VAN fttmEfo r For Vich PitusiUnNT, RfciiAittt to. Johnson. jr - -, And thk 'coNSTiTUfiONAh rEASury. IfrfcoTOtUL TlCKEf; Jawm fcpKB, of Indiaha ? SehAWrial Gi'.o. G. Lr.ii'tiii, of Dblaware, 1 CokJohn Thonipsdn 2 BcpjamhiMifdin Frederick Stoker 3 WW. H. Smith 4 John F.-Stclunwri John Dowlin Henry Myera C Daniel Jacoby 0 Jcsfo Johnson 7 Jncoli Anlo 8 Goo. Christman 9 Wm. Slioener 10 Hciiry Dcbutf 11 Hcjiry Logan Wcjiave been requested" trt raentioli that the Twst.quarlcr of Mr. G. P. Waller's School will commence- on Tuesday the 2lst'in3t The tuition 111 the btdihiry branched has been fixed by the tJommittce, at $2 her Quarter, an...

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

&BVK.V JtiMSOA'S UVfi' DR. LEIDY'S &KSiJMimZ,,A iJLOOD riLLH, iCJJHOULD recctvo a preference over all PilU'now )C$ in existence: - 9 Kirst Decaino they are composed bf Vegetable extracts, frco from minerals; ariil may tie taken at nil umcs Willi petted safety by young anil old, with out restraint from occupation, tSropcrale living, or fear or lakmg cold. Sccdnd-Bccauso thoy aro composed of'sUch medicinal extracts, as have liccii employed liy all tho litdst Celebrated and respectable Physicians for more man n century past, in purifying tlio Wood mid Animal (laid of the body. Third Bce.au so they may be employed as a mild or active purgatlvo, according to tho quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended tvith griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho system, itc., as aro produced by otter pills. Fourth Because they pessess 4 combined action, not possessed by any other dills, riiixturoor prepar ation whatovcr. Their first effect is in correc...

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. — 11 April 1840

UAtlf fcVrtrh hUnti Hits Altar oftrotU fcllt-HiaA hostility to tsvter-J- form tof Tytaliiijr bter the Wad ' M'""-i-ThmQ8 Jeflcruon. PKINTEl) AND PUBLISHED BY Ili WEBB office or Tin: democrat, OrMstTE St. Paul's ClitiRCUiM.Vtfrfa'Et BaooMsttaia OijaTMisA ootftfY tA &as?&day, aei. ii, i&&6 ygaOgTKVaaa itilfX .J...,,.. !, r...J.fa-jggBJil, - rr g V'. , . , , . g jtjfjjtr f , .. .,; 1 . TI,e COLUMIIIA DEMOCRAT vM hi jntblislml evcty SaiutJny morning at TWO 1)0!. 1, JlUS per artittlni, jittyttblt half icarh inuJvancuor Tttf) Daitat) Wn Cents if not paid within Aetfcrif, 'jYo subscription will bttuhnfor it st0r7er iirrioi tVian six mPiKui nor" tint tftscoit tiimitce permitted unlit nil ttrmtvges are disrharscd 'Jlill'EIlTlSE MUSTS not PJCMKrtrtg 8 j7rte mil be conmcuomht insttltd (U One Dollar for the first time inmftions nnd TwenUj-fwe cents for cVcribubse nur.nl nscrlion 6C7" Memr (iscotrn ,)ifi7e 'o thane who a wcrtue bxi Hit mar, t.RTTEHS luUruvcd an bmiims nxUit be po...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1840

POLITICAL THE " HAllD CfDER" "CAN DID AT R Wo have notl'dcd, with no little amuse tncnti Ilia extraordinary efforts of tho fed eral ria.ty to white-wash the ' Great Avail able," and make him what nature and hia own exertions never did or can make him a great man but we cannot bnt look with disgust upon their attempts to deceive tho honest working class of the community, by holding oat thu idea that he is a poor man, and that, on tho principle that " the poor man's friend is the poor man," ho must ne cessarily bet heir friend.sndenjoys a claim to their regard, and the votes for the Presiden cy. Afr. Harrison is not a poof man and if he was poor.his efforts to ttcrpive his tin fortunate debtor of his liberty, have shown him to be utterly unfit for tho office for which he is now a candidate, and without a single claim to tho votes of tho working people, who purchase their daily bread with their dally toil. "Can any sensible man sup P03C, for a moment, that his rights will be fostered b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1840

MB. MXLWEIi AM) m. JiEUlXS.! A most disgraceful tramadol occurred in the houso of Representatives' bn Satur day last between Mr. M'Elwee of Bedford end Mr. Ilcgins of Northumberland. Mr. M'Elwco nlade somo remarks reflecting up on Mr. Ile'gin. Kir. iiegina retorting ebarply in hi reply, Mr. M'Elwee imme diately went to the seat of Mr. Ilegins and. called him a d -d puppy. Mr. ilegins replied, that if ho said so he was ad d scoundrel. Upon which Mr. M'Elwco spit In bis fade. Great oxcitemciit wzi created In the house in consequence. As soon as it could bo quieted, h resolution was intro duced appointing a committee) to onquiro lnto the facts of tlie case. Tho committee , repotted the cidencc, but defined recdm j mending any action. Mr. Flsruir of iMilla 'deldhia, however, immediately offered n Vesolution expelling Mr. M'Elwee from the. hoUBe, which, after considerable discussion, was adopted by a rote of 08 to 0. This is a plain Malemerlt of the facta as ivo -gather from the Harrisbu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1840

SEVJS.V MtE.tSOA'S WStf DR. I.EIDY$ ."Mv&tPKLLi ul6od P1LIM, gtHOULD receive oprcfcrenco over nil Pills now 'fl existence: e'irst -ilecauso they ore composed of Vegetable nxtrrwu, frco from minerals; anil may I taken Ht nil timea with perfect safety by young nnd old, with" tool rest mint from occupation, temperate living, ot tour of taking colli. Bocnnd. Because they arc composed of such medicinal cttracti. as liave liern employed liy all Ui J tn st celebrated and respectable Physicians for more thin n century past, in purifying the lllood nml A.ii'iial (lu'nl of tin body. ThirJ Becauso they may lie employed ns a milJ or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not lie attended with griping of the bowels, sickness at tlio stomach, prostration of the system, die., is are produced liy other nilU. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not toe.nrd by any othvr pilk niixtuioor prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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