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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 August 1840

i fa- .''ijuit..ji..i .... . i...Lj.u.- j 1 navo sworn UPU th AUar of God eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of illan." Thomas Jefferson. PRINT!) AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. T',',-iiiif---'',-r-J-TtLii-,.-Lif 1 1 ' "i I -r " i ... i ii iir mil L4ffi,CK OP THE DEMOCBAT, I ccivers-gcneral of public money," which, rocei Pin Sr. Paul's Church, Main-st :.mi,Affnr TTTtmr n niurn J'LVJ4-'''l-'-'"-"J" xxiu tv J Will UC ' ?.ymialtshcd everu Saturday mornintt. at MMW D0LhtlIlS Per annum, payable 'W'Jtyeariy or wo Dollars 'WJjli Vents, tj not paid ivilliin the year w'icrinlion will be taken for a shorter T&'l than six months; nor any discon tinuance permiucu, until all arrearages vrgglischargccl. HHTISEMENTS not exceeding a wiu uc conspicuously inserted al 'ollar for the first three insertions. Vcnty-five cents for evert; subsc- uent liter lion, ton. a liberal ii 4&niMc to thoic who advertise by the year. hMihc'Ji ' a-uircsscd on uusincss; must -mm i I f, IS II 'S3...

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. — 1 August 1840

ment, or both, nt lite disSrqtioii ' of ih'e ! t'ourt befoc which , tho. offence shall bb tried, ' Sec. 25.- And bb it further enacted, That tho Treasurer of tho United Slates bo, and It" ic hereby, authorized to receivo at tho Treasury, and at such other points as lie in ay ilfsignato, payments in advance for j'uolic fands,' tho payments so made, in all r."sr3, to bo evidenced by the roceipt of tho Sj.J Treasurer of tho United States; which ri i,na so given 6hall be receivable for pu. ". Innds, at any public or private sale of lands, in the same manner as the curtency bu'lioricod by law to bo received in pay ment fur tho public landsi Provided how tvr, That the receipts given by tho Troa nuipr of the Untied States, pursuant to tho authority conferred iu this section, shall not be negotiable or translcrablc, by delivery, or assienmcnt.or in any other manner what soever, but shall, in all cases, bo presented in payments for lands by or for the person to whom tho receipt woe gi-on, as...

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. — 1 August 1840

1 '' ' -i - rt the Spiritof Democracy. Emails GO THE HOUNDS." tif$?6u'f that tho Banks and their Whig ics'arokho cause of Ihero being so littles eclolntha country, just hoar what Dan- Yobslor, said in 1810, tlicn lend it to mrVlnpneiglibors : " WhylMiavo wo so 3mall an amount of ecieJTcnlation I Certainly the o.nly a5PtulDcC8tisQ wo t!o not require mo:c. wiiuvolUiu to require us presence, aim w dl,'"reimuu)Ut wo voluntarily banish it by nuaiiumni ui biuau uauu nuius, 111 ostrotitliu stales, tnc uanus issue notes IinvTotio:.iinaliims, down even to a sin- b dSUJTK How is it possible, under such fdpfire, to retain specie in ciroula niLAjl experience shows it to be possi ih'rKo paper will take llio place of gold ulOTrw. Tho evil then, is the issu ijorsrnall notes by Slsto banks. Of os8'!'riote3, that i3 to nay, of notes under 3,vtWarflount how incirculalion is ioubt 3sgjfrl 0.000,000. Can these notes immediately supplied by specie c-irculu-qr?offci(lal amount. Tlio subject is a reotJcmo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 August 1840

DR. LEIDY'S ' rli.UFAttlLL'A BLOOD FILLS, 6JS1I0ULD receive aprtfrerencooverall 1'ilU now kJJ in existence: i'iret Becattse they are composed of Vcgotablo extracts, free from minerals; mill may be taken ut fill umei with perfect safety liy youngatido!d, with out restra.nt from occupation, temperate, living, or Ls f inking cold. Second tiocvuse they are composed of such mcd.cinal extracts, as havo boon employed by all tho tuoit celeb rated and respectable Physicians for jnoro th.m n century past, in purifying tho IHood nnd Aninialfluid of the body. Thinl Because they may bo employed as n mild or active purgative, according to tho quantity t.ikrn, and their operation will not be attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of tho system, ice, as are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they poiscss a corftbined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their firt effect is in correcting nil impuritios with which tho blo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 August 1840

-mm'WMiikmm i m SL'8 - imn ... I i i. T"f tt-'-'..h '.'.'r'fj L-n -i.iiiii ii i hif'i'rvnrnaii I h.ro morn ,.. llio Altar .10.1, denial tallllly to etory lorn r Tyranny ever Inc. Mln.l'.r M.n."Thon,m JolT.no.i. PRINTI) AND PUBLISHED BY U. WEBB. RTiOOMKRimntSL rJffll.imWKTA CrtJIKTY. FA. SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1S40. aWJwan.wn i - - - . . . . . mi (11 0BF1CE OF THE DKUIUUHAT, !lo!?03iTn St. Paul's Chuucii, Main-st. pirnniM democrat will be )jtMl"'iCl every omuruiuj ihui limy, n. (TO nOLUMN per annum, payiwie ImFi'ftV Cents, if not paid within the year Aiflomth"i r' ?" hr taken Jor a snorter rind than six months; nor anil itiscon k ... I , ' 1 ..II UfHwtcP jjcrniicf untuuu uncuiug e d:rhartrea. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding; a Tnttare f ill be conspicuously insericu at Umc Dollar for the, first three insertions, ;i 'f'liwntit-inir. cents tor evert suuat- Tmcnt nsertion. SCF".? iwcrai discount Mittflr to Ihnse tvho advertise by the year, ETTEllS addressed on business, must tpont aid. tW r -...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 August 1840

Mrs. T'irvis scaled at (lis window, She did not return the nod and sinilo that wcro ac corded hop,. but hastily retired into her own carriage, and drove litiina. When Air. Howard unmo in at the usual "dinner hour, he found his wife in the chain b.ir, witli pale check, and eyes from which the tears wcro not yet diied. His instant conclusion was that she had thought his v.crd.-. and his manner in the morning, could o- hitary, and tint she liad ffilt the chill upon her young heart! that While lit had been absorbed in his business, she had been weeping alono in her chamber. To his tender inquiry, she related tho cruel disappointment she had met and, tho mortification to which she had been subjec "And what do you think was the can so of this, limilv ?" The cause ? How can I imagine any. cause for such treatment ?" 44 1 did not wish you to go this morning Emily ami 1 had my rersons for it." 41 And what was the reason dear hus hnndt" shoasked with an expression ofa larm upon ,hcr countonan...

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 August 1840

!rf.nJR.flV, AUGUST 8, 1810. .'PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 18d0. SliAliTIff VAN BUREJf. afflw Fon Vick President, 1UGHARD M. JOHNSON. 4 'SB AN" TIIK CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. ''.ApfELEOTORMj TICKET iAMCaiCr.Aititr:. of Imliniin. GecKO. IiUii'cii, of Delaware . fin . I . ii i Senatorial 1 vypisjomi i nompton 2 BJainin Miilliu i Fjodiiriclf "tot -a 3iWffiSH. Smith 4 Jolfifr. Stcinman 12 Frederick Smith 13 Jliarles M'Ciure 14 .1. M C-'mniell 15 Ci. M. Hollcuback 10 Leonard I'foutr. 17 John Hortonjr. '18 William J'hilsJn 18 John Morrison 20 Wesily Frost 21 Keuj. Anderson 22 William Wilkins 21) A. K. Wriyht 84 John Findluy 25 Stephen Dalow John Dowlm Henry Myers 6 Darnel Jacoby G Jesso Johnson 7 JacobyAblo 8 Goo't'ehristman 0 Wm'AShorncr 10 Hbilry'Dehuli' 11 Honry.Logim tCTjVc are requested by 8euer.il geiillc manyto five notice, that a meeting will be lielddtMio houso of Enoch Howell, in Bloomsburg, on Saturday the 15th of Ah guti;jn at two o'clock, P. M. of all pcr sonjorable to the. interest...

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

t DR. LIMDY'S SARSAPARILLA UltboD riLLH, EMIOULD receive aprcfercncooverall Pills now in existence: r'irst Because they are composed of Vegetnbls extracta, froo from minerals; and may bo taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, tcmpcrato living, or fear of taking cold. i Second Because, they me composed of such n .licinal extracts, as have been employed by. all the most celebrated and respectable Fhysiciahsjfor nv a ih n n century vast, in purifying the Blood nnd Animal liuid of the body. f Third Becauso they may be employed asa mild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and thir operation will not be attended with griping of tho bo.vels, sickness nt tho stomach, urostre'inii of the system, ice, os aro produced by -Ollii,. pills. fourth Bjeausc they possess a combined action, ot possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their, first elfcct is in correcting all impurities with which tho blood an...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1840

m wnim tm, m .mrnm ,m mm bkw rea mm m mki bhrbi 'bmk m ran . j s ' 'j' jua Xidt -A-iti tts?i,..tnr.i fcv jg-x. Ajfcu j.-w-y jELGa-Ajtf12sa 531 , res; sss i tma nm. uzi liavo sworn upon the Altar of God, denial hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Bllna of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTD AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. YoSisane BV. HLOOMSIStmG-, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA SATTOBAY, AUGUST 15, 18T Ktimbcr AG. I I I IIJ. ' ......... .m T T ' r : -: fc '2 FW OF THE DEMOCRAT, PfppsiTK Sti Paul's Ohuuch, Main-st. nM&COL XJMDIJl DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, al TWO D0LLJ1RS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollars Wifttl Cents, if not. nniil tnilhin thr nnnv FF1CI2 OF THE DEMOCRAT. I J 'Nolsubscrinlion will betaken fnr n shnrlpr ''4$mc'riod than six months; nor any discon 'Mtihuance permitted, until all arrearages t '''flfftrc discharged. MEllTISEMENTS not exceeding a Wsqttare will be conspicuously inserted al V'&?e Dollar for the first three insert...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1840

In such q conflict, when we fnnl the rieopto animated and awake to tlicii tniu interests, there can never be a doubt as to tho rostm. A Democracy truo to itself, lie .er lias, 'and never can bo defeated ; and liunr c, whilrfyve will buckle on our armor and nervu niir5elveHor4lhejoutest, we feel no doubt as to tho retulTijein' !l triumphant ie-cMnblishmeni of our priiiltplep, and the utter prostration of the hopes ojfilio Federal Party. 'if lit solved That we have unabated eon- lidencc m IHQ talents, integrity anu rannpit can principle of our excclleul and wcmuyJ President, Martin Van Burcn. In the allS liiintatrMinn of the Government of the Um- ..t a.., i. a t.... r.,n.. dence repo:ad in him by the people, when they elected him to the first ofiieo in their gift, and justly entitled himself to ro-elec-tion. Resolved That in Richard M. Johnson we recognize a firm and infloxiblo patriot, who never deserted a friend, or fled from a foe. His houorablo scars dispense with the necessity of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1840

Jieiyounfr men s contention held at Lmi- r.nii me utu mst. was, witiwui iiuuui, lMIfirgest coiivcntiun ever lielil in this IfifiSfoNul less than 20,000 delegates wtm'faltendance. The procession com- msflce'd lormiiig about 12 o'clock, and pro- seiueurpno ot ttio mom imposing spectacles jvtffbqUjijd in this country. Twenty thous- anduomocrats, assembled from all parts of tho.Vifa'lf, moving in a body, with banners uymgr ith inscription indicative of tlieir RllnylrSnd principles, mingling tlieir hearts auuWisUtU and voices in detence of their tirniforcd motto, " I irluc, Liberty and Independence," was a noble and heart cheer ingl'exhibition. In the language of the Magician ;" ,, !To behold tho firmer, at a comparative ly busyseason of the yoai, forsake the barn indltjhojfijsld iho mechanic lay down his implements and rally forth from the work shop2!)?: labourer throw aside his pick-axe andjfjSwshovel the merchant forget his tnjtfiffiml his account books one and all nil'ofn happy commu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1840

S225TS SJBVXtY'llEJlSOa'S Will - DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PILIM, receive a preference over all Pills now in existence: Finst--Bocauso,,thcv are composed 6f Vciretable ctracls, frce'frommincrals; and may be taken nt nil times with perfect pafoby young and old, -without restraint from occupatlbntcmpcrato living, or Ui lUJUIIg COIU. Second Because thev arolcomnoacd of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all the most celebrated nnd rcspcctablejaPhysicians for moro than a century past, in purifyinglthe lllood and Animal fluid of the body. JjL Third Because they may bo cmploycdjas n mild or aetivo purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not be attendedivith Griping of the bowels, sickness at tha fltomich, prostration of the eystcm, &c, as are producedby other pills. . FourthBecause they possess a combined action ' not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all impurities with ...

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. — 22 August 1840

TV I t I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of nian.VThoma'i'Jeflbreon. PRINT!) AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. PA. SATUIfcDAY, AUGUST 22, IS0 IVtsEnber 17. TSfOi i PI1 r 9m mm arrjui . oni larger t insur: rouueet the t!;) OF THE DEMOCRAT, fifWltK ST. 1'AUI, S UUURCIl, IHAlN-si. mCPLUMBIA DEMOCRAT mil be ilWfltbtivhcd every Saturday morning,, at i $fflm) DOI'l'Uil per annum, payauic hAMmmcarlO in advance, or Two Dollars mfam Cents, if not paid within the year tb'scription will be taken for a shorter Mtnoit titan six momns; uui un Mur trj-Ao. in i ...... ,,,e umicncc permuica, umiu i "nu6i.a WtftHSCliargca. 'Atrnn'PTRP.MnNTS not exceeding a fPUrc uiiM &c conspicuously inserted at ffii$, Dollar for the first three vinyl ions, FL"- w imnihTwcnty-jivc cents j or every uo. &f ecn naertwn. SKT" MaZ dweptm Wmfr o 7ioc who advertise by the year. i'CRTTURS addressed on business, must id. BEiOOSISBUUO, PA- 85331 AUGUST 22, 1840. - Ac...

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

cordially recommend him to'tho Democracy for a re-election to that office. On'mojion offAs, Cummings, Esq. of rhilatlelpfa.ffe esott-Thatla Committee of three persons bo apjiointettto communicate to the Presfdent and Vice-President of the United States, the cordial and hearty concurrence of tins Convention and the democracy of ihis Commonwealth, in their nomination for rc-clcction by the National Convention at Baltimore. Committee under thejabove Resolution, 'ALEXANDERjbUMMINGS, BENJAMINiMlFFLIN, WM. O.'ltEWE. -On motion of'Rj Frszcr, Esq. Resolved That the warm thanks of this Convention be and they nro hereby voted to Mr. John Williams, fortho use of his beau tiful orchard and grounds, whore the Con vention assemplod. "THE RETURN HOME. Thereflner assembled together and sc paraledUso large a body of men with so lit tle di5'rdcr and so little confusbn, as that of Wednesday, the 5th of August. This has been a standing theme of conversation, and extorts praise from the lips even of our...

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

1 rair?rtfr: ..I A. I jOLTOIBIA DEMOCRAT. ''fel-f RCTit without rjun " ' ..ftwWpL . i.TKRi5r, JivausT 22, isio. 1SIDENTIAL ELECTION 1040. For President, iRTIX VAN BUREtf. For Vice President, IGHAltD M. JOHNSON. AND THE NTUTIONAI. TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET. n" . Clarke, ol Indiana, inn-nru -r r t. r - liEIPER, 01 uoiawnrc, olMolm Thompson IS Frederick Smith 13 UtmrlcwM'Cluro- 14 J. M. (icminell 1 15 G. M. Hollenback 10 Leonard I'foutz 17 John Hortonjr. 18 William Philson 18 John Morrison 20 Wcstly Froet 'in-Hani. Anderson S3 WniUm-VVilkins 23 A. K. Wnilt 24 John rindley 25 Stephen Barlow jamin Minim denck Stocvcr i$H. Smith , Stcinman loifnjDowlin i' Daniel JticiA I'of.esseLJohnson V'JJaccJfAblo R'Goo. Christman '',a'V!WrWShjcner i'0;fteirry Dc-huff Mi'vitcriry ijoan l 1MA 2N Hi mm JnBnHMfflE . am rr f'iaHMOUNTY CONVENTION. "i ''CDeleaate Election. 'THE Democratic citizens of Columbia countviwho are friendly to tho State Admin istralion, and advocates for tho re-election TjfiMarlin ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 August 1840

SSEsHEEHSESEIEHO! DR. LKIDY'S 'SAKSAPAlllLLA ULOOD PILLS. HOt'LD rcgrfvo a preference over nil PilU now 1'irneSftSSill oxtraet wfti irornnnincrnls; and mny bo taken nt nil time with pctlcct safety by young and oU, -sith-out restraint from occupation, tcniperate living, or fcirof inking cold. -Second Uecnusc Ibry nro composed of such Dirdicinul oitractS. ns hive liccn rmploycd by all the most celebrated and rospcctnblo Physicians for more than n century past, in purifying the Wood nndAtiimal fluid oftbe body. Third lWrau3oTth'e,T rnav be employed as n mild or aetivo purgal'yc. according to the quantity taken, and their will not bo attended with griping of tho ho, sickness at tho stomach, i, &.c, us arc produced by prostration of th other nills. "i Fourth Bojipo they possess a combined action, not possesjedjnyntiv other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect in in correcting nil impurities with which tho blood and fluids of the body jrl.1V bo aff-ctod. and bv ...

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 August 1840

BBflHOTjn r- I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho JUud of Man." Thwjas Jefferson. PRINTI) AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. BliOOMSBURGl Mr, WtiU XVJlitS .Rift. COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST SO, 1840s Nnmhcv 18. e f . . r vlflmne IV. f"4 ftr ; 3 .8M3h wm .. mi ; 0FTnE 1)EW0CRAT' ? jiPFosiTK1 St. Paul's Oiiukch, Main-st. .-Km O.ThAlCOEUMBIA DEMOCRAT Kill be t' 'JWOJI3JCU every aaivTuui viuriiaiKt ' " annum, puyauie rlllutjjiyeai :y m uuuunvc, ur i ivv uvuui.i TOMCuifs, i'i?o ;)ai(Z within they cur yjmbjrr'jilion will be lakenfoT sterler t p6rioii ujappix manias; nor any (uscon ..sfrStt' nitnnilli'tl- until till arrearages feJPVJ l y fPffifficdnchurgcd. pDmRTISEMENTS not exceeding a mM&c WM c conspicuously inserted at MwwJneWollar for the first three insertiois, tMmMTwentti-fivc cents for tveru subse- J:THHK. - ..Y.. . - if f.-. ': $o those who advertise by the year. liEUwERS addressed on business, 7nust 6 jpffl5(5!BaibitgIggWgSc ILUCY CA...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1840

dOM m UN IG ATI ftf h I'fir the Columbia Democrat. THE TAltlFF. For several years a'fter tlio close of the last wat, the Taiiff was among ih0 most exciting subjects which claimed the stlen lion of Congress. And yet, it was, per haps of all others, the least n.iderstodd by the people. Under preienco of cherishing our infant Manufactories, the " American System" men, with Henry Clav at their head, urged the'neccssity of a high rale uf -duties, as the only way to efTsct so desira ble Tcstilt. That incipiant zeal, for which our countrymen are so greatly distinguished, was instantly enlisted in favor of Manufac tures, and they must be reared, oven in a " hot bed." Dut in the plenitude of zoal in favor of Manufactures, and a high Tar iff as the surest means of promoting tlieii growth, and ensuring their permanency, other interests of at least equal importance 1o the stability of our institution'!, and the security of our union, yf re perhaps over looked. Mr. Clay and his partisans seem to...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1840

1 f t (OCT. DAVID PKTR1KL,M.D. J.V.W '',' JHUXTJ.Vtl. Iiiliylit 10 yive gentlemen the Whole allies, es- ji'ecIttHytfvyJicn ihnae tides appear to give tlicillfflpiiu'li pleasunyand renders them 'ofsuTMfllii importance in their own estima tion!! bSJuiosu attached to iho name of this geilMi do liini and more particularly gflCwffp ttiey havo no quality, either of the iienuomliuart. to recommend ilium as w the fcaitjmli lliu individual in question, Vc wffro when wo miv il MIH iriltf I lliat tun pl''ing the prejudices o!" sonic, and lerlinpft tlie.,!Cwtiin o others in I n fa vyof', Avr ,llat ',c '11,s i0' friends even ( MtdUyW-Mrue that ho mi z lit have had mor'agisSs true, if he had used the inlln fcncoWjph a portion of the democracy of 'lIllB'UJStriut u.ive him to wield, without eon l'iu(llninfiie baser ras3iuns of the heart. and 'fliotinllowetl his nets out of Connress to he IV .vfiSSSSSi1 v P""ul a"(1 "'"'hlciiiplililo AQtlWIisrrcvcngc. Hums this ban been lUOgrnins principle Which lia...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1840

' I9 ) .: DR. LBIDY'S &i?5UiKLLA iJLOOD M2.LS, glllOULD receive a preference over all Pills now Isjj in existence: first Dccauso they are composed of Vegetable extracts, free from mineral; iinil may be taken at oil times with perfect safety by young anil old, with out restraint from occupation, temperato living, or fear of Inking cold. Second Hniito they arc composed of such medicinal extracts, as liavo been employed by all the most celebrated and respectable Physicians foi moro than a century pa6t, in purifying the Blood and Aniniat fluid of the body. Third Because they may bd employed as a mild or aelivc purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not be attended with griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of the system, &c, as arc produced by other pills. Fourth Becauso they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other puis, mixture or prepar ation wbulo'.er. Their first effect is in correcting all impurities with whi...

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