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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1840

. ,..-,;.'..-.;'lt. V I ' '! THIS t hara f worn upo'n. tho Altarof Ootl, eternal noslltffy 14 every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of MW Thomaa Jcffonson. Printed and published by it webb. yoliliaie-'ilff. . ISlLOOMgESUMG, COIiTOSB2A COUOTTf, FA, SATHIXtjDrAY, AFMIIi IS, 1840. Nuzhbcr 51. Nik OPFl'CB Or THE DEMoCRATi i 5'frssiTit St. Pauih Cnvncii, Maih-bt. Vie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published eben Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable '" yearly in'adi'ante, or Two Dollari Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year: "fi"6 subscription will be taken fdr 'a shorter period than six inonths.norany.dis'coh linuancc permitted, un'til all arrearages -are discharged. SD VERTI SEME NTS not exceeding a square will be cdftspuuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, end Twenltfive cents for c'uery subse quent mr.rtlon: IC7A liberal discount made to those! who wlvcr'tiie by the year. LETTERS addressld on business, must be post paid. A. VEN1TIAN STORY. It was 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. — 18 April 1840

Fioin the .Reporter. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT BILL Tho appropriation 11I, has passed by llic cwnmujcc m ure wnoie in trio House or rep resentmtves, for continuing the internal im. provemciils df the state, seems to hicct with jjenernl favor. It was not reached vestet day on second read,np. previous ordcro liar Ing occupied tho whole morning 5 but it is oelioved it will pass both houses this week by a largo majority, and without any mate ml alteration. ... The policy of suspending the works for .time, ami limning appropriations to repairs merely, has been seiioosly urged both by a portion of the pross and the legislature. ue naro umiormlv dissented from this proposition. Wo have gone and still no for a speedy completion of tha lines, as thu oest system of economy and finance. It i true the market for the sale of stocks is dull but that disadvantage is counterbalanced hv. the abundance of provisions, and consequent aneapness 01 laiior. Uesides Pennsylvania . never failed to obtain the mea...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1840

For the f otTMBtv Di-.Mocp.'vf, To the Ctltstm of Columbia county. 1 , U in now about 30 year since the crec j un of Columbia counly out of a part of : Northumberland, and mmco which time the 'tti'uiityhas nearly thribled in population. Portions' of the county which were then a .Jivildermws have now berdrae thickly pop vlatell and doing au extensive Farming, Mechanical and Merchantilo business, and -ofveourse the court and county business hat increased, at least, in like ptoportton. The greatest inctcasc of inhabitants haa been in -tliai portion of the county, the furthcrsst Israoved from the county seat, which ren tiers Hi present location more and more un just and inconvenient.' It i alike detriman yjfter'to the interest of all classes of the com- auiiily, thousands, yea, lens of thousands "of'tfollars have already been ,paid in ex Rinses attending coult, more thar. there would have been, had the courts been loca-t-fad originally, near the centre of the coun ty, instead of Danvill...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1840

bit. LEIUY'S SARSAPAltlLLA ULOOD PILLS, H0UL9 receive a preference over all Pills ridw Hi existence: "First Becaue they aro cntttrioscJ of Veectsbte Mtracla, Tree from mineral; and may bo taken at all times witllpeifect safety by young and old, with at restraint from occupation, temperate living, or ' fear of taking cold. Sccoml--lJeeauso they are composed of such medioinal extracts, as have been employed by all "Uo most celebrated and rcspoctablo Physicians for raoro thin a century past, in purifying tile lllood end Animal fluid of the body. Third Uccauso they may bo employed as a toild or aetive purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will riot be attended with piping of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of tho system, &&, as are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they Possess a conibitrfd action, bUt possessed by itny other pills, mixturo or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is irk correcting 'fell impurities with which ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1840

I have sworn ufon tho Altar df Cod, eternal hontlllty to oveiy fiHa of Tyranny dvbr Ulo f Main" Thornas Jeflcwon. PltlNTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBB Volume 1H. ELOOMSIBIJBG, COLUMBIA COTOTY, FA. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 18 t f OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, foprosriTB St. Paul's Onuncn, Main-bt. TERMS : TAc COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be Jpublished every Saturday morning, at -1 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 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, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nsertlon. CJJi liberal discount ( made to those who advertise by the year. 'LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. away the right of trial by jury ; to pass an ex post facto lair ; to abricJgo the freedom of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1840

flonk of fourteen rodsi nothinsr in his or,!ur to Major Davis to dislodge, with a party of uisnioumcu uragonns) um enemy from some trees in from of four companies of United states, intantry. Lex others decide wheth r Indians could bo dr ven from such a no silion by swords and pistols, belter than with muskets and bayonets. It is, perhaps. decided from this fact that the dragoons were driven back with the loss of the gal. hut Major Davk, and that tho cnemv were immediately dislodged by a company of In fantty. I need not allude to the number o men engaged In battle, nearly one fourth o whom were killed or wounded. The ar my, aayB an official letter of the lSih De cember, deducting dragoons, was but little over 700 men. Of these 62 wero killed ana iao wounded. The Prophet's force amounted 450. Of these from 30 to 40 were left on tho field. What official nrpni 6ion 1 Prom 30 to 40 wero left on the field; but these did not comprise all the dead. ue inuians were seen to lake olT not-only ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1840

from murkM. And whereas, should tlieto bo no remedial leeisbuinn in the president! emern'ncjMho CONFIDENCE OF THE WORLD inthb ENGAGEMENTS and LEGISLATIVE CONSTANCY of this proat commonwealth must ho deeply SHA KEN, if not ultimately LOST. Therefore I have felt it to bo triy solemn bnd imperative duty to convene tho general assembly again on thisextraoadinaty occis ion b hold a session again on tho seven teenth day of the present month. I have 'chosen this early period before tho members had dispersed and returned to their homes, to relieve them from the trou ble of returning at a tnnro inconvenient sea toon to save the commonwealth from '.he large amount of expenses which she would Necessarily incur in tile recalling of the abode, and to secure tho most speedy ac- !tintl nf in lofTtoliititro nn llm chlnnta nKntrn referred to, that is practicable because they are of a nature too prcssm and Important to admit ofrmuch delay. It is a matter of un 'feigned regret to me, to bo obli ged to...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 April 1840

-1 i 1 1. .ui rrr? raw iumsoa's uvv Til? T.PtnV'.C! ti . ElHOL'LD iccciTc aprefctcneoovcrall PilU now in existence: First Because they art) composed of Vegetable extracts, free from minerals; and may be taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with at restraint from occupation, temperate living, ot fear of taking cold. Bocond llccauso they aro composed nf such medicinal extracts, as havo been employed by all tho moit celebrated and respectable Physicians for Wore than a century past, in purifying the lllood Mid Animal fluid of tha body. Third Uccause they may bo employed as a mild or activo purgativo, according to the quantity token, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at tlio stomach. prostration of tho system, &cn fa arc produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, ir!ixturcorprepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all impurities with which ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 May 1840

WM IB I havo sworn tipon thd Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the MI"1 of MonThomas Jefferson. Hi Volume SV. 0FF1CK OF THE DEMOCRAT, OprosiTE St. Paul? Ciitmcir, Main-st. TUEMS : . The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. -2ro subscription will be taken for a shorter jiuuuu man tij; iuuhiuh ; iwrany Miscon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted at 0ic. Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subsc quent nscrtlon. fCT 'A liberal discount made to those, who a-lvertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE BATTLE OP MONMOUTH. JUNE 28, 1778. From the Custis Recollections andrivate Memoirs of the Life and Character of ffaslnngton. The commnnder.'In chief (Washington) having compl...

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

i POftlTICAli From the Watlunstofi'Olobe. THE GREAT INTERESTS OF THE COUNTRY REPRESENTED IN THE 11ARRISBURG CONVEN TION. The committee Wing in charge the con science of Gen. Harrison, in their reply to the queries of the Oswego Association, as Bumoi as a ground for challenging the sup port and confidence of the pcoplo of tho U nited Slates, that all the ureal interests of tho country were so ably represented in tho convention at Harnsburg, that there can be no reasonable doubt of his capacity and patriotism. Wo do not protend-to auoto their exact words, but are sure we liavo giveh their substance. Such being the case, we hare taken the pains 'to dissect tho list given by Mr. Wat terson, in his speech, the other day.which, 1 i . i ' 1 ...... ' .. -! not having been questioned by arty topposi lion member, we presumo is correct, aiid find the following result. It appears the convention was composed of Ninety-six lawyers, Thirty-one ba'nk officers; Ten manufacturers, Twenty-four merchan...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 May 1840

V fcVrtih Ur 3rUos?.tUt twfr.ly r x Counterfeiters have Ijrfn arrested in (';mrida: Application havirjg been made to Xhe provincial authorities tttbt effect by ihc Governor of Massachusetts. It seems Mi . . , .rMn.r lia. Iinn nr. a liitaiKAaa fit rtntintfiffotlini IiaS UCCn eX I v .,uo...v.o ... ww-.. , , . icnmvdiy carried on in - vrn,s anJi..SI,mecasef the imitationB were mo good, as to deceive e-cn the bank vers themselves. iwmj mjiu till Ml offi- "Log Cabin) anilJford CWer."A. cor- triDondeiit savs that ihe twaddle o( the whin about "losr cabins and haid cider, fpminds him of Nero fiddling while Rome was burning. They liave pushed their la- "voritw bank policy so far as to involve mul titudes in irretrievable ruin.depnve laboring men of employment, and reduce the prices nf manv articles in many parts of the coun try to a lower rate than itiey would ever 'have been if wejhad an exclusively metallic cuirrenry; and now, instead of seriously vnnceiving lu;w these evils can be allcvi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 May 1840

SHVJ5.V ltV.1SO.VS IVZTV MR. LEIDY'S HARSAPARII.hA MOOD PILLH, (2OI0ULD receive u prcferenco over all Pill novf 3 in existence: t hit Because lliejr arc- composed of Vegetable extracts, free from lilincrats; und may lie taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with out retraint from Occupation, temperate living, or irm ui tatting com, Socoml Uccause tlioy are composed of such medicinal extracts, as havn Wn Hho most celebrated and respectable rhvuiciana for Worn than a century paM, in purifying the Wood rind Animal fluid of the body. nn,i-i 11 .1 J . . . Third BccaUao tlinv m.ir tin rmnlnvnl n n 'tn .... ... . ... .. - iiiiu ur active purgative, according to tho quantity 'taken, and their operation will not be attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness nt tho stomach, prostration 01 mo system, 3cc. as aro produced by other pills. v : 3 Fourth Bccnuso they possess a combined action. not possessed by any other pills, mixtuio or prepar ation Whatever. Their first effe...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1840

- - v M9 MitOCMT mm 1 Mi. II U If I 111 A gggSSagaig'J-t1 1 1 1 iJeg. 1 i",' , 1 1 " x"- aT--' "j. , , irva " JJ ' - ' i , " .'" j' '-Saf t have sworn upou the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mltttt of Mult." Thomas Jefferson. PUINTEu AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; jr ' ' ' 1 : - Vtlwmc IV. BLOOMSBURG, ' COLUMBIA COUIft, PA ATUlirtAY 9, iSdOi niMi5r flf: J ft OPl'lCE OF THE DEMOCRAT, bprosrre flx. Paul's Cituhctt, Main-st. TERMS : 'The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT fill bj published every Saturday morning, w TWO DOLLARS per annum payable 'half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar Finn Cents, if not paid within the year. No substtiption will be taken for a shorter iierioil tnan six moniimj uui ...-.... tinuahec permUltd, until till afrtlttagu are disvharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted ' One Dollar for the fitst three insertions, and Twenty-five tents for ' every subuc mient nsertlon. CJA liberal discount ma le to those, who nlvc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1840

7 i ! I SACRILEGIOUS FRAUD From tho Pennsylvanian, we learn that the evidence given on Tuesday in tho Third District contested election case, biitWeen Messrs. Iusarsoll and Naylor, by M. Y O. Courow, one of the Election Judges of Spring Garden, was of a very important and interesting diameter, Ite stated that the election officers of Spring Garden in I838i iftstead of havinr the oath properly admin Istered, were awutn not upon the biblo.Wut tipen either the Philadelphia Directory, or a book called " 1 lie butlerings oi a amp wracked Mariner that the oath thus ta ken had been arranged the night beforo be tween the magistrate and the British Whig Committee of superintendence, and that it was in tho following Words "iou do swear or affirm that you will this day do justice to your party" and that certificates of the reeular swearinein of the different ffioers were duly made out and signed by ihera before the rnoek and irreverent, oath was administered. It also appeared that the returns ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1840

4 TILE C0LUM1U SATURDAY, .Tt.1V 0, 1810. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. Fon Prksidknt, MARTIN VAN BUREN. Fon VicK.l'nusiDENT, iftCHA&D 31. JOIINSOX. AND Tlin 'CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET. James CLAtiicn, of Indiana, LAtiicn, of Imliana, , . , .Lr.iPBR,of Delaware, Senatorial 'Gr.o. G. Col. John Thompson '2 Benjamin Mifflin Frederick S-tecvcr 8 Mm. II. Smith " 4 John' P. Sleinnm- John Dowlin ', Henry Myers -B Daniel Jacoby C.Jesse Johnson 7 Jacob Ablo 8 Oflo. Chrlstman " '9 Wm. Shoener 10 Hcnrj- DehufT 1 1 Hetuy Logan 12 Frcilcrick Smith I!) Charles M'Clure 14 J. M. Gemmell 15 G. M. Hollenback ID Leonard J'outz 17 John llortonjr. 18 William Philson 13 John Morrison BO Wcstly Frost SI Bcni. Anderson 23 William Wilkins 23 A. K. Wright 24 John Findlcy 25 Stephen Barlow. ' ,. Our last niinibor (52) completed two 3'ears ef our proprietorship of this paper, Many have been punctual, in their pay nic'nts, but we have yet several hundred -dollars due us for paperst aflvettising...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 May 1840

I &B1 .SlPJlWIiX BLOOD WLM, C4HOU1.U fcc'tiVe aprfefercnceoveralt I'ilU now First Because they ore inmposfed of Vegetable, cx'tracis, frco froth minerals; and may be tak?rf at idllimfcl with tfclfect safety hy yoUUgaiftlqJd, with out restraint from dccUpation, tenipcruW living, or fear of taking cold Second Because, they ate composed of mch medicinal extracts. as hive bccn ririiployed liy all the; most celebrated and respectable Physicians for more tltarl ft cenliiry past, ill" purifying the' lllood ruid AnlnialtluiJ of thl body. Third Because they may- lv employed as a mild or aetive purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with gripin; of tho liovvels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of the system, &c., ps are produced Uy other pille. Fourth -UccauSo ihcy possess a combined action, hot Pdsejatd hv any other pills, uiixtuie or prepar ation wlf-itcvcf. Their first effect is in correcting all impurities with which the blood and...

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. — 16 May 1840

i ,mtj fc.-tf " ';:f : V' ' WTW?S MA MOMUMY. Sawtt-ssrag t nav sWorn upon the Altar of GoA, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny .over tUo Mtud tt Mali." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II, WEBB. V olumo IV. BBjOOMSKtJHtG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1840. IVmulber 3. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, .Wonta's St. Paul's CnuAcii1, M'Aih-st. TEEMS' the COLUMBIA DEMO CRA Twill lit published every Saturday horning, at ,'JWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in 'advance, orTwo Dollars Fifty Cents, if hot paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six inonlhs; nor any discon- nnuancc permiucu, uiuuuu iiug iliarhlvtrfitt ' ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding '6 square .will be conspicuously inserted at une uauar jor tnc jirsi uirce insertions and Twentu-five cents for eve'rh subse quent nsertion. Id' A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year.' LETTERS addressed oil business, mtitt be post paid'. A DREADFUL MUTINY I It tak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1840

-Which ritay also ga for Coiwetliiut. Harriiioii. - - Rhodejtlaml This sfnTo has 'the sa'rho restitution which Charles.II cranlod "it ii 1033, in which all voter aro required v be frcilioldcrB, Wo should regret it if it cast its vote for any other, than for I bo Brit ish Whigs. Massachusetts. Wait "tho chance for Van Buren is good: Mbrtnn, a Democrat, was elected, last Winter; tho fust Demo crat triumph in fifteen years. Wo have at lontst an crlual chance with Harrison. NeW Jersey. The electorial vote will be cast for Van Buren. Although! British "Whiggery Jas triumphed for two years past in tho Legislature, yet, that was alone to bo imputed to the way in which the State Was apportioned. The singular spectacle was presented, at successive elections, that while tho Legislature shewed a federal vote tho aprrreeale majority of tho whole state vras Democratic. Therefore, was it, that Uio attempt of the British Whigs to force men into seats to which they had never been elected, recoiled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1840

by that faltlifutpftljlktWhlin.whMO be- halfllt) nmv tiddressed the UoiivenTun. llu ntiknuwludged he had been disappointed ho acknowledged that lie had fcllsmue little sting of mortification, when the result of the committee's deliberation was known ( htm; that had pawed off. Wo have met here, said Air. B. for the publio good, aud our own indHdual feel ings must give way when that can be serv ed. After offering tho letter of his distin guished friend and fellow-citizen, ho would say that if there was one individual present who, like him, felt disappointed, lot him lay it aside. That man Is not lost to this country. Hid whole life hat been spent fdr its good, and he will not abandon tho party to which he bolongs, because they had "not thought ptoper to make him thoir chief. Ho believed that that individual was tho choice of tho American paoplo for the second high offico iu tho Government, and let his fiiomls then go home, proclaim his worth, and. as he has beaten Ilia politi cal oppo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 May 1840

iiuniiTnnniunii Dih leidy'S fcjHOULD recciv d preference over all Pills riow 3 " existence: i'irfct Beciuae they are combdseu oT Vegetable oiUictf, tree From, minerals; and may lie taken at Wl times with perfect safety by young and old; with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fcUf taking cold. Second Bccadso tKey ftib composed of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all tie most celebrated aiid respectable Physicians for uioro. than a century past, in purifying tho Wood lild Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mild or activo purgative, according to the quantity 'taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of the systtinl, ice, as are produced by otlior pills. f o'dr'tH Because they possess i combined aclloh, hoi pdsscssed by dny other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Tlieir first effect is in correcting all impurities with which (ho bldod and fluid...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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