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

. rri.'i..-T;.,ii . , 1MMMM 'inn i i , . . . -.- . ' " ' rTniiiailll I WUUiBJBWWM I havo sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JoflWon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB.' Volucnc B.V. BILOOMSESUM,; COLTOffiOBIA COTOTT, PAi SATUBtBAT, IOVEBIBBK 14,' 1840. Muuber so. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, OrrosiTC .St. Paul's Oiiuuch, Main-st. "TEEMS TYie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars t Fifty Ccnt3, 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 arc discharged. 25 VERTI SEME NTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-Jive edits for cvery'subsc qitent nsertion. liberal discount i made to those ivho advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, Must b...

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 November 1840

sarvitujrv, MtvEjanim isio. In nnothor column wo publish the official Returns of iho Presidential election of tins state, by which it will be seen that the Har rison elcclorial ticket has succcded by 343 majority. Wo have been whipped not on ly in this slate, but throughout tho Union. It has been a hard fought contest the de mocracy of the whole Union has nobly done her duty and although beaten, she is not dismayed er disheartened, feeling well as Buied that correct principles will eventually prevail. Federalism may triumph for a while, but tho sober seqgnd thought of tho 1- II . 1t .1 .!.? l 1-.- people win pui an nnnga 10 riguts. uc niociacy is beaten, it is true, but she is still as united and firm as tho everlasting hills. It may be all for the best. It is an old true ism, that " whatever is, is right" and why may not this defeat woik for our good, and that of our country. What if federalism does triumph for a while, and democracy tako a short excursion up Salt River, to ex plor...

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 November 1840

An honest "admission. -The Boston 1 Times, a neillral paper, after imparlaiHy ro nioW'nU Naylor'a pseutlo election to ConBress 'he clmrgcs as to fraud in said election, and tha examination of a commit-' tee into the same,-Mr. Naylor's declension to run again, and tho lalo triumphant elec tion of Mr. lngcrsoll, arrives at die follow ing conclusion ' " Tho only natural inferoncc, therefore, from his refusal to stand another contest, was, that ho felt no confidence in the valid ity of his claim to a seat in Congress, in other word, that ho was satisfied a fraud has been committed, and did not wish to stand in a situation wliero the odium of it would fall upon his ahouldc'ra. And when, upon this strong circumstantial evidence, camo the still stronger evidence of the bal- i . I - t I, -MAnait nlnnlmn tt lint ilnhrn. JUt - - - I 1 . iudiced man could withstand such an airay J j, - 4 XT - ... . . . ... Ot testimony I uo venture iu sayj nui one. The evidence, to nur mind, is strong ' as pro...

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. — 14 November 1840

DR. LEIDY'S SAESAPA lltr T A nrnin TirTT.. JHUUI.D receive a preference overall l'illa now J in existence: t-'irst Became thrv Hi! .? ' frT "lJ?,J 4 may taken al all times with perfect .rifely by young and old, with out TMt'aim from oecUpatiorti'teiiipcrato UvinV, r ... . v turn luit-u m such medicinal enrstts, a$ have been employed l.v all "' anu respectable l'nysicians for more than a century past, in purifying the lllood and Animal lluid of flir 1,1,. Thiid Becnuiie they may he employed as n ....... . yurgauvo, according to the quantity token, ana their ODerntinn will i.n .h,u,i ,s,i. Briping of the bowels, sickness at tbo stomach, lro3irauon pt me system, &c ra aro produced bv other nills. ' Fourth Becauso they possess a combined action, puwesBeu uy any ouu,r p111S) mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their firi pirn-i i all impurities with which the blood and fluids of mo uuuy may no uu-cteti.nnd by their gently opera tive eflcct, removing such impurities froih the sys tcm. '...

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. — 21 November 1840

ST4 flk TJBTr 11 mi H H A m 0 I have sworn iipsn the Altar of God, eternal hostility to oTcry form of Tyranny over tho Mlutl of Man.Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume DV. iEESEJafcJSKSSS OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Oppositb Sr. Paul's Cuur.cn, Main-st. The COLUMJJM DEMOCRAT will be published ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. JVo 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 Unc JJoliarjor me jirsi inrcc inscmvns and Twcnt'il-fivc cents for every subse mtcnt nscrlion. ICpA liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE POOlt PRINTER. AND THE EXCI.USIVES. On tho fourth of July, 18, Harriet Lee might have been seen siting on the sofa in lu...

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. — 21 November 1840

We have often heard the question naked, what become of Bleuneihasset, after the iailure of 15 11 re's project, his connection with which was So disastrous to his for tunes and his domestic happiness? Tho question 1s answered in the following biog raphical sketch, written by his son, Joseph Lewis Blenneihassel, which wo find in the Louisville Literary Hcgister. Mr, J. L. Blennerhasset lives, it appers, at Si.John's Newfoundland. "Harmon Ulennerhasset was born in Hampshire, in tho year 1707, his parents being then on a visit to England. Shortly alterwards they returned to tho family res- idence, Castle Conway, in tho coitnlv of Ketry, Ireland. From the high standing and wealth of his father, who was at that lime high sheriff, Sic, no expense was pared to render him capable of holding that genteel station m society, which his ances tors has held in England, from thu earliest times. After having received the various rudiments from private masters, he went first to Eton School, near Wind...

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. — 21 November 1840

'TUUT'I WITitOlVr F11AH " MTVRtMY, JVOVEMItEIt 31, 1810; CENSUS OP COLUMBIA COUNTY. TIlO Census of Columbia county, Itaying been completed, we copy the following la bia of the number of inhabitants of the fuvetnl (owneliips, from the books of ilr, Greasy, the Deputy Marshal IJloom. Drier Greek, QaltawUsa, Perry, Fivhtng Greek, Greenwood, Hemlock) Jackson, Liberty, Mmetan, Mahoning, Mifflin, . Mount Pleasant, Madlnn, Mnntaur, Orange, Keating Creek, Sugarloaf, Valley, 1774 1903 2000 1753 ), ' 902 1217 957 205 1329 040 1027 C 2143 009 1700 i , 809 V- 813 1812 934 033 24,210 Of wham 12,301 nre white males 11, 80? while females 3G black males and 39 blaek females. A similar case to tho following occurred ill Iitiserne county, some three or four years ego: Htrmonhage produced by extracting atoothx -On the 23d ult., a man residing In lllltaelat, Philadelphia, had one of his teeth estraoted by Dr. E. Townsend of that ily, ntulelnco that time has continued to bleed, Doctors McOlellan and Cna...

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. — 21 November 1840

DK. LEIDY'S . SAHSAVAHILLA UI.OCfD J'TUM (HOU)ilJ receive a preference over all l'illa now existence: First llccaiise they ore composed of Vegetable extracts', fftc from lilifietal; atul may be taken at till limed with perfect fiafety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, a tear of, tailing cold. ' Second Ltecause they arc composed of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all the inot celebrated and reapcctablo Physicians for mora llian a century past, in purifying the Mood una Animal Hunt ot the body. Third Because they may be employed as niild or aetie pUrcattve, accotdinu to the quantity taken, and their operation wilt not be attended with griping of the bowel.i, sickness at tho i-tomnch, prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by other iiills. Fourth 13 ecauso thev nosscss n combined action. tiot possessed by any dihtr pills, mlxtuic or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting nil impuritic with which tho...

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. — 28 November 1840

I liaro sworn upon lho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlio Mind of Man."Thomis Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume SV; COLUMBIA PA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 28, 1840. Kumbev SI. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite (St. Paul's Church, Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half vearin in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin the year, ATo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged.' ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square toill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, 'and Tu-enly-five cents for every subse quent nseruon. (ljji iwcrai uiacoum made to those who advertise bit the year, LETTERS addressed on' business, must be post paid. A TALE OF THE REFUGEES OF WEST JERSEY. The little town of Dorchcsior, situated "on tho Maurico river, was o...

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. — 28 November 1840

"tnntn Wituoct isaH' ajTvitliai-, A'orj&.iiiiEu ss, i8io. ANTHRACITE IRON BUSINESS. As the election is ovor, and we have Br tived ct the htad of Salt River, and become located in the comfortable quarters just vaca ted by the whigs, wo have how leisure to turn our attention to the subject of the An thracite Iron Business a subject in which Columbia county has a deep and abiding in terest, and which Is destined to bavo a migh ty influence in promoting its future prosper ity. That Columbia county must eventu all? be a great Iron manufacturing county, ho one acquainted with its location and ad- Vantages can for 'one moment question T ho only question, that caa arise, therefore, is as to the whereabouts the principal bust hess is to be eventually done. To deeido (his. we must tako into consideration all "the advantages that a location possesses in order to arrive at a corteet result. Tho fact of there being ore in abundance, is not suf ficient, because that can bo found in tho county...

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. — 28 November 1840

tf.VEOtJTIOJf OF ROBEilT McCONAHY, j'HK MuitnnRun of brows family. This wretched man suffered tho awful penalty of the law, on Otli inst. Ho was ex ecuted in the J.iil yniil, n few minutes bo- f.irn fl nVlnplf. P. At. A lllinlttrl, llm nYr.tl. tion could not be fully witnessed, by thoso j curious io sec, us novelty, aim mo unpar alleled enormity of tho crime whicli mused it, attracted a very largo crowd, which swarmed around tho jail, until tho wretched being atoned for the blood of his kindred with his own. Tho sccno without, im. pressed us firmly with Ihc boliof, tliat the recent change in the law upon lite subject, w?s a chutigo for tho worst". Nor arc wc lingular in this. Many who had been op. posed to public execution, seeing an'd feul lug that tnucli of tho awfid solemnity and time of tho scone was taken away by tho change, and no alleged cvii remedied, were ready to join us in our opinion. No one.in fact, wo bclicvo, thought or felt otherwise, except the culprit -who, we nto ...

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 November 1840

DR. LEIDX'S . 8'ARSAPAlllLLA ' BLOOD P1LLH NItOUI-1) receive a preference overall Tills now in existence: fW Because they are composed of Vegetable: ex tract, free from minerals; and may be taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with' out restraint from occupation, tcmpcrato living, a fcur of taking cold. Second Uecauso they ato composed nf such medicinal extracts, ao havo been employed by all the most Celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying the Wood I nnd Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of the bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of the system, &c, as aro produced by other pills. , Fourth Because they possess a combined action, hot possessed by any other pills, rnixtuto or prepar ation whatever. Their first cllcct is in correcting all impurities with which tho blood a...

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. — 5 December 1840

1 Ills a i. i--.iti.: wtmt.- -,t- . .- TYTk-Til 7i if i I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlio Mind .f Man." Thomas Jeffenon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT. t. r . TERMS : Wht COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be In i ! .j oi 7 mAHmmvuG, wmmma. oomnrg, pa. satukday, DECEitmEiTSriiloT puuiiaiiea cukti ouiuruni morning, ai TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable hnlf iipnrln in ndvnntr. nr Tina IJnllnrt Fifhi Cents, if not paid within the near rn oithvprtnltmi mill hfifrL-pn fnr n shnrtp period than six months; nor any discon- ttnimnrp. iirrmhttil. until all arrpnrntrpn are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square wiu oe conspicuously inserted at 7)nJli fn iUp jivat ftivrp irtvi.yftr.no and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nserllon. ICF"A liberal discount .vinilf In thnsp. mhn ifihiPrlisp. hil thp iipnv. " , .7 ' ' ,ETTERS addressed on business, must post paui be From the Saturday Evening Pott. Air the Pic Nic. ...

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. — 5 December 1840

VARftOUTS MATTERS. Reminiscence in Real JAfeh. corres pondent saya thai there is at present Et ec centric but extraordinary ladv, in tho liap pinei of a "green old ago," "residing in the neighborhood, and wiio enjoys the salubri ons atmosphero and healthy scenery of the 12xo with all the gratification of a blooming maiden jnst out of her teens. Amon),' a variety of interesting sketches of her histo ty, ho says, that when young this lady was remarkably beautiful, and attracted many rhivaltous youth?, who eagerly sought her liand, pressing their suit with all the ardour of n "first love." Among these was a gal lant officer, whose attcn'ions wero disregar ded, the fair one telling him plainly that she "could not like him." Tho son of Mars, however was not to bo put off so easily, and lie importuned tho choice of his heart until sheconsonted to go to church ! The hap py morning arrived, every thing having been prepared on the part of the anxious and expectant bridegroom: the church door...

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. — 5 December 1840

TV following arc the ofllulal results of ihr ''residential election, so far as ascer tained. RESIDENTIAL Nr.w Van Buren, Ilunison. FxncTiON-ornciAL. Hampshire. 31,019 . ' -25,483 maj. 0,430 Total votes, 57,402 CoKNtiCTICUT. Harrison, 31,212 Van Burun, 21.8S0 maj. '0,324 Total votos, 50,100 Harrison, Van Buren, 33.533 28,759- maj.- 1,774 Total votes, 02,292 Harrison, Van Buren, Abolition, Ohio. 148,157 124,781 mnj. 23,375 892 Total votes, 273,831 Pknnsylvania. Harrison, 144,018 - Vac Unrein 143,075 maj. Aboliiion. 343 343 Total vole, 288,030 Harrison, Van Buren, IIhodi: Island. 5,213 3.2G2 maj. 1,950 Curious feat of Spidcrs. Colirier relates a cutious occ The Lowell I a cutious occurrence which recently took p'uco in that city. Mr. Ho land Lyman, a jeweller, left a gold ring with a piece of paper, for a label, lying within t nrt.it. I.ia kh.t.1. 'I'l... .! I. it, uiuu 1119 UkMUII. X 110 IH'Al illuming I1U fouittl that a laWB b aek slider, from the ceiline bvethadi had attached his we...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 December 1840

tru:..jff.fti DR. LEIDY'S SAIISAPA111LLA BLOOD PILLS UIOl'LD receive a preference over all Tills now ) in existence: first Because they are composed of Veeelablo rxlrncli, free from minerals! and mny Iks token at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, a fear of taking cold. Second Because they are composed nf such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all the most celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in putifying the lllood iuiu xkiuuiiii iiuiu oi me uouy. Third Because they may be employed as a hiild or etive purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with Sjipingof the bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of the 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 is in correcting all impurities with which...

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 December 1840

THJE I have sworu upon tho Altar of God, eternal hotlllty to every form of Tyranny over tuo Mlml of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PIUNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume 5 V. B1LOOMSBUIRG, COMMBIA COOTTY, PA. SATOKBAY, DECEMBER 11, 184. Ri'ttiaJjcr 33 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCR AT, .1,'i'in'iiif r?.'i7 Saturdau motnintr. at 'Hi 'J :3i ijij.nn( per annum, jiuyuuw half iirarli in advance, or Two Dollars Fi'j'tv Coals, if not paid wilhin the year. .7) niihs'rfrtloii will be taken for a shorter period than six moniii.?; nor any aiscen tl.niance vcrmilled, until all arrearages are tttsruargca. 1DVEPTISEMENTS not exceeding a square win be conspicuously msertea at Ulie Hollar J or Hie Jirsi nirec insertions, A W.nmi'ii.finn rr.ntn for cveril subse. intent vicrl'ion. SC3" liberal discount made to those who mvcrliae by the year, 'jETTBRS addressed on business, must be po'it paid POETRY. TBIB3 BAIAOT. BY J. K. DOW. )read sovereign, thou! the chainlesa will Thy eourco the nation's mighty heart H'lio bal...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 December 1840

Wo heard this story. Lady Melvil would have been your good genius, she would havo secretly enriched you beyond the dreams of avarice, but the unhappy lady would have sought out a home in another land, there to end her days solitary and a lone.' Frederick dropped the hand of his Wife, he let fall the muslin robe, and taking the piece of money in bath his hands, ho earned it to his lips with almost reverential solemnity You see,' said Madame de la Tour, thai I am no fsiry, hut on the con trary from you came the fairy's gift, and it has indosd proved a talisman. The Remains of Napoleon. A corres pondent of the New York Jonmal of Com merce, writing on the 13th of Oetober,from St. Helena, says that the day appointed for the removal of the lemains of Nanoleon.on board the Belle Poule frigate, was the 15th; 'Pl.: ,L nr.l. r T iu iym iiiu uid anniversary oi inbdo- Icon's arrival at the Island. Tho English authorities showed an anxiety to give all possible solemnity to ' the ecene. The Princ...

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. — 11 December 1840

'The Je.wi,-U U raid tliot within the last five years the number of Jews in the Holy Xund, lias increased from two thousand to Upward of 40,000 and that it is still in creasing. The Loudon Society, for the conversion of the Jaws havo established a mission at Jerusalem and built a church iinn Mount Zion. They havo translated the boot; of common prayer into Hebrew und havo a missionary who is n converted Jow stationed there and thus after a pari od of eighteen hundred years, the Psalms pf David in Hobrcw are again sung by a Hebrew Christian church on Mount 'Ann where thoy were first set to music by their inspired nuiliorihc "sweet singer f Israel" tiOOO years ago. Keystone. THE NEXT CONGRESS. The Philadelphia Spirit of tho Times, says: "Tho oleetion for members of the next Congress held in Maine, Louisiana, Vermont, Pennsylvania Ohio. Georgia, South Cnroliaa, Now York, New Jersey and Massachusetts, have resulted in the choice of eighty federalists and fifty-fife Democrats. In tho Sena...

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. — 11 December 1840

I)U LEIDY'S SMRAPAU1LLA ULOOD PILLS KjllIOl LI) receivo nprefetcnco over all Pills now m existence: Fir t 3erauo llicy nro composed of Vcgctablo ext'ni't ., Ito from minerals; und way bo taken nt on urn- i v. ithpericct safety by young ana old, witu out re taint from occupation, temncrato Uvintr, n fear of takinc cold. Second Decausc they aro composed of such medicinal extracts, as have licen employed by alt the mwt celebrated and respectable Physicians for mue than a century past, in purifying tho lllood nnd Animal fluid of the bodv. 1 ';.rd Because they may ho employed as n rod 1 or active purgative, according to tho quantity taltcn. and their orjoration will not be attended with griplrc of the bowels, eicknoss at the stomach, prostration of tho system, &c., ts aro produced uy other pUIs. Fourth Becauso they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Thoir first effect is in correcting sdl impurities with which tho blood and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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