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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 May 1866

1 I 1 L luumuuiiT, i Cnliimliln Count)', I'fi. ti:umh. t Two Mollaiilycar, In advance. II noj paid In ' ti Ivntico, Tnilollars nnd Fitly Cents, Address alflcttcrs to f 1 OKonon ir. Moonn, T?.lll.. ll.n r.iMIUIt(M lUloomsburi,,', Colitmblo County, l'it. THY SOUIi. DY WALlHIt M. LINDSAY. ' oul Is linked by slender chains to tho lutn lngonf our yonrsl In the lirlson of thy llfo o nnitel In ii dream nppears, Mils tlieo rlso mid homo return 1 onto to tlui far mid cloudless nicies, icroHoirow droops tin sablo veil, or cnptlvo Lovo In anguish dies. iits wido-snrcad earth Is unto tlico Jr ' . , ....... . I IINIVIO Ull I I 111 II l U.ll Kl'llUU LUll , Yet In Its ilrenry siiaeos nro Tho witters of llio inystlo well Which eleitnso thu Raiments of thy soul, Until In white-robed culm It stands, Waiting until tho Iron Rates Aro opened by thy I'atiikii'h hnltds. f VENING BEFORE MAIIMAGE. L7. FItOM Till: OKRMAX OF BZCIIOKKE. 11 Wk shall bo certainly very happy gethcr," said Louise to Iter Aunt on t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1866. u Columbian; II. MOOIti:, I'.DtTOIt. llt-OOMHlltUKl, HATl'ltliAY, MAY B, W SALUTATORY. Tin: Cor.UMMAX commences Its exist ence wllh (lio present number, nnil u statement of Its objects nnd general char acter will bo expected. It is Intended to supply, bo fur as tills Immediate section is concerned, a want very generally felt in tins country at this time n want of Independent Journalism, which shall riso abovo the passions of the past, and nddress itself earnestly but fairly to the living questions of the hour. The- CoiiUMiitAX will bo an Indepen dent Journal, with reference- to past party organizations, and, so far as its main principle of conduct will permit, with existing ones also, lint its Inde pendence is not to bo Neutrality. It will have opinions to express and defend upon most subjects of current debate, without disguise, and with complete freedom. The- CouniniAN will not occupy the exact ground of any other Journal in tlds...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG-, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1800. LOCAL INTf'LIGENOE. Of It litdultitlffiJ Supervisor, 3tr. Peter llllliiiyor, lW'ii liidiistrlmwly liitrnjrwl in dwu J tho stiwtn of our town. J lo liiH a J ' foi'w at work, and the streets jirosi fi " Improved tippear uiieo under his eO1'1'1 supervision. Sr.vr.HAii of fl tiitcrprlsliifr younjj men Imvo lutolfi'metl an invoclutlon, lo bo called tli'mtineiititl Han- Hull Clulyiiid haveM'ted tlie Fair Ground as a pmysn-uurj Ji already numbers, Ave learn, tliirjf'ieiiik'rs, 1111(1 stoiull ly iirotfre-sdnwurd perfection. Dcpont's lf'iiliit. IsnacS. Monroe, Ivii,, of Cahp-a, Pa., Is the authorized iijront for thf de of Rupont'rt 1'owder, In this! aiiiiljolnliur eountlo.-", and Is .prepared t that all orders for pow tlor nve ill with promptness and to tliu satNruC'H f liui-clui.ser.-i. Ah Is uff enterprise. HK'e our.s Ave send sP.vof our llr.it minilier to persons w liave not yet subscribed. Vo publiltui independent journal ; if, on lusnec...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMKBTJEG, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1866. T SUNSHINE ON TIIE IHLLS. I stooh upon the lilll, wlion Ilcnvcn'j wide nrch Wn ((lotion wltli tho uti' returning march, Ami woods wero brightened, nnd soft gales Went forth to Ul the min-clnd vnle. Tho clouds were fnrbencnth me! tntlie.1 In IljtTit, Tliey gathered mld-wny round the wooded height, And In their fudlnit glory Rhone Ltko liosli In bitttlo overthrown, An many n iilnnncle. with nhlftlnpr alance, Through tho gray mist thrusts up Its shattered lance, And rocklna on the elln" was left The dark lilno blasted, bare, and cleft. Tho veil of cloud was lifted, and below Glowed the rich valley, and tho river's flow Was darkened by tho forest's shade, Or glistened In tho whlto cascade; Where upward, In tho mellow blush of day, The noisy bittern wheeled his spiral wuy. I heard the distant waters dash, I saw tho current whirl and flash And richly, by the blue lako's silver beach, Tho woods wero bending with a silent reach. Then o'er t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 May 1866

4' . SJhc." Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, is i'Uni.titt:n nvnuv hatcuiiav, in llliininilmrg, Cfllitmliln County, Pn. TlIttMM. Two Dollars ft year, In ndvnnce. If not paid In advance, Two Dollars and I'irty Outs, Address nil k-ltrrt to (IKOItOl! It. MooltK, MHor of Iho Cor.CMiilA.v, lltoonisburg, Columbia County, Fu. KATIE LEE AND WILLIE GllAY, Two brown heads with tossing curls, lied lips shutting over peal Is, Hare feel, while and wet ultlnW, Two eyes black and two eyes blue, I.lltle boy nml Kill were tbey, Kutlo. Leo ami Wllllo CI ray. Triipy were mtandlng w hero a brook, Heading like n nlieilieril'K crook, Flashed ItM silver, nml thick ranks Of willow fringed Us lunik, Half In thought-ami half In plav, lCatlo Uo nlid Wllllo Clray. They ho J checks like cherries red j Jin was taller, moil n head i Hho, with nrms like wreaths of snow, Swung n basket to nml fro, (As they loitered, half In play,) Chattering to Wllllo Clray. " Pretty Katie," Willie said, And there entile- n ilai....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 May 1866

f .' " "'j," 5BBr''" '"' '" ' jj"" '"' '",'n's;mT?l-j;LV'.f - 'f'fg'fftiiiwi ii hi MjHihii jr -' r r w ' I riwni wiwim. I'.w.m.. . i j .. n mi ...I. J J i mwuti n w pjiiJiiiijibirfii jcs u. .Hi.wiIiiih'i'w wiiKmiwii. mimipwifW iiimiiiiI Li.?.! mJ I MM! J THE COLUMBIAN, BL00MS13U11G , SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1866. -with t(dN7MS3Bniv softly, 11 Rear Colin J'OTiPfTiSM.M.iuii mill kissed her limid!iiVlTliJvlliU Urn door of n (lmnibei;a)ieiic(t'iiHl " FUlier Jerome, ivltlr vctwubtjjieefy 9too(l before thc7ii,fiTo young couple had nearly fallen from giddiness, Mul they held fast tojmehTotlmr. I kmtw not whether hi? waSMlifc elfoct of Ihehatid-kisMiig or the uwo they fell for the sago. Marietta handed liltu the myrtln wreath, llo laid It upon her head and mlil, " Little children, love one anoth er;" and then urged tin1 good maiden, in the most touching and puthcllc man ner, to love Colin. For the old gentle man, from his hat-due; of hearing:, had cither mistaken the namo of the bride groom, or, ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 May 1866

f THE COLUMBIAN, BLOQMSrUKG, SATURDAY, III AY 12, 1360. 22. tl' LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. Tun review of Iho local press Is una voltlalily crowded out WM week. 'I'm: Grand Jury lms rcfiiMtl fo grunt tlio application to Incorporate Itlooins burtf. ALo Mltllln mul .lorse-ytowli. An Interesting article from tlm Phila delphia -AWi Anicrlean, u leading lie publican paper, will bo found on the second (rage. Vili.iam L. Madikick A Co., deal oh hi lino groceries, No. 1 in Mouth Third (Street (opposite the tlirard Bank). Philadelphia. Ouu rcadew will bo Inlerc-ted in tli.o.Uf the State Central Committee of the Infiiriiinf Inn mill nlneil 111 the net for the ncnnsoi'Viitlvn I'nliin nnrtv. establishment of n Poor House In this county, which we publish In another Column. Titu new Grocery Store or IlnNnv thoF.it, on Main Street, contains a va ried nnd full assortment of articles kept In stores of this kind. His facilities for illllng orders are ample, and as an addi tional inducement to purchasers, ho ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSJ)TJ.HG, SATURDAY, MAY 18, I8CC. GEANDMA, Wk miss her from the old llieslile, Where standi her vacant chairs Thoso trenihlliix red Wo hear no tnnro Papllist lite WPlUworn sand-Ktone lloor, Nor (IIiiiIiIiib Iho oaken Mntr. We mli hpr wonted hnppy sinllo When imrtnhlnit the. frugal nuali Ami hpr words of hupp, when worldly rnro Would (111 our tlimuiliW with bad despair, Wo never again nhall feci. We miss her from thp iranlpn-spat, Willi lliii children rnuiul her linen j That Mitl, low laiish, as Alio tuM her t.tlo Of her own youtiK days nt Hip cot In Iho dale, 'l is burled In Death's deep sea. Wo ml her pious hrlcf "Amen" Atnur morn nml evening unices lint (ho balze-coveied book of ilalty prayer Hwecl Holaee of her lire-loni; caiev Sllll has lis wonted place. Wo inlss her In n thousand ways Which 1 1 in sue can ne'er ixpio.ss' Hit friendly word anil timely Kinllo Life's dullest lionr Wonlil ort hcHUtlu Of eaio mut loneliness. Wo miss her; hnt the itay 111 como Wc,...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 May 1866

SHie Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, 11 M'nl.isttr.D tvenv RATunnAY, in lllooiiMbmBi Columliln County, P Tiiiom. Two Dollarn n year, In advance. If not nald In ndranco, Two Dollars nml Fifty Cent, Address nil letters to CH'OltaK It. MOOIlti, Editor of tho UoMJMlttAtt, lUooimburg, Columbia County, I'u. TOO LATE. hY jeau i.NOKUm". At, I wiw her, wo Imvo met Married eyes how nwect they be. Am you happier, Mnrgnrel, Tlinn you might havo boon with m? Hllencol innltn no morondol Did she tlilllk t tdiould forget ? Mutter nothing, though 1 knew, Margaret, Marnarot. Onco thoo oyes, full (tweet, full shy, ToM nccrlnln thing to mine; What they told mo 1 put by, O, no carcle of tho ftlgn. Huch an oniy thins to tnko, . Awd 1 dirt not want It then ; l-'noll I wish my heart would break, Bcorn In hard on hearts of men. Kcorn of clf In bitter work, Euch of us bus felt It now, Bluest fkles Khn countetl mirk, Kclf-bctraycd of eyes mul brow J A" for me, I wont my wny, And ft better mnn drew nigh, l'...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 May 1866

in Gpotumbinn, (Ikouui. li. moohi:, r.oirott. JU.OOMH1HJUO, H.VTOKH.VY, MAY IP, RAILROADS IN THIS COUNTY. Tun milking of a railroad up tho val ley of Little Fishing Crcok, which shall lend to tho AVost Branch by one arm, and by another ia.-H through Sullivan County, and connect with Northern Im provements, Is one of tho thing: greatly to bo desired In this section. This would conuileto tho list of main lines by which tho county can reasonably bo traversed. AVe aro Informed that when tho C'ata wlssa Railroad was about to bo finished, on the resumption of work upon It, It was contemplated to locate It from Rupert by way of Littlo Fishing Creek, to find Its connections upon tho West Rmnch. This design was abandoned by the com pany for want of funds; but as tho law required thorn to come to tho mouth of Fish 1 ng Creek wl th t hci r road , they came to Rupert, and then turned abruptly clown tho valley to Danville, and formed their connection upon a short lino with thoSunbtiryund Krio Ro...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1866. LO'OAL INTELLIGENCE. 'Tin: Continental 1Ui Hall Club will 'play a iimkli gnnio thh afternoon on the Knlr arounil. Wr, cnll llio ntlontlon of our i-ciuIpm to "tlio lulvertleoineiit of tlio Washington Jfittlonal Jicjmblican. A iu:iout of tlio iirocerdliiKs nml plntform ndoptcd nt n Johnston iiicettiifr "held In Townmla will bo found on tlio 'second page. WILLIAM L. Maddock. & C)., cleal ors In iliio groeerlw, No. 1 lf South Third 'Ktrefct (opposite tlio Oirard Bank), 'i'lilliulelphlu. Dan Iticr.'fl Circus nnd Menagerie nro 'nnhbtiiHw'l to appear hero on the SHh ;lnstnnt. Dan oiler a very Htiperior en tertainment, and will no doubt bo 11b 'cmlly patronized. Miss Wuhii has for sale an extensive 'V'ai'icty of articles, such as btntionery, yarns, eriibroldery, and tlio usual appur tenances of a variety store. Our readers vill bo well pleased with tlio Induce ments she offers. Seo advertisement In another column. Tin: organization of t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1866. IiABOIt. Titnnis's n never-dying ehortu Itreaklnuou tlic litunnii ear, In the busy town trefoil! us, Voices loud, niul deep, nml clear. This Is Idibor'n endless ditty, This Is Toll' prophetic voice, Sounding through llio town niul cllj", lllddlng human henrls rejoice. Sweeter tlmn the. poet's singing Is that nntliem of tho free; Wither Id tho nnvll's ringing Tlmn the wing of bird or 1c, There's a glory In tho radio Of tho wheels 'mid factory gloom ltlcher tlAi. o'er snatched rrom battlo Atu tho trophies of the loom, Seo tho skilful mason raising Gracefully yon towering pllo) ttonml tho forgo nml furnace hloilng Stand the noble men of loll. They nre hemes of tho people., Whothe wealth of nations ralot Kvery dome, niul spire, and stceplo llear their hends In Lnbor's praise. Glorious men of truth and lalwr, Hliephenls of tho human fold, That shall lay tho brand and sabro With tho barbarous things of old ; Priests niul prophet of crea...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 May 1866

41 1 IJi $5 lie Columbian,. AN INDEPENDENT JOUJlNAL, n rODt.minu KVKitr hatciidav, lit llloomibnrg, Columbia Count)') Pit. flJUMfli Two Dollnrs n ycnr, In mlvntlcd. It not imld La hdvnnco, Two Dollar tttlil Fifty Ccut. AiMreM nil lettorH to anonon it. mooui:, Editor of tlio Colvmiiiak, llloomsburg. Uolumbln County, IVi Serins of dufrliin0. One Ro,ttnro,otie or three lnertloti 1 H 1'jtch unlnciiiti'iit lii'citlnuli'M tlinu tlilrttni. .V) One Bqtinre one month S ( Two " " 3 00 Thrro " " 5 W l-'otir " " 0 09 Unit column " 10 oo One column " IS to KxiTlllnr'n unit AilmlnMrnlor'n Notlorn i It) Auditor'" Notice - 2 M Iktllorlnl Noticed twenty cent per line. Other nclverllwiiicnU Inserted nccorillng to npc lnl contract. VOL. I.-XO. 4. BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1866. PMOE FIVE CENTS. r May. nv .ton: n, wiiittieii. Ilmroyn the Hirudin; croohtleiiH of tho woods, Unto tho misty, mountain notltudoH, Hits April breathed hor weot mid changeful mood.. hut In tho folded buds ninl leavei, and ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 May 1866

4 aremui: 11, Moom:, kihtoh. m)OM9inrrto, batchday, may si, 100. PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S INAU QURAL ADDRESS AS VICE PRESIDENT, MARCH 4, 1805. Tins ndilress, as published In the Con ffrcssionak Globe shortly titter Its deliv ery, Is now valuable evidence in vindi cation of President Johnson against the attacks of his Radical opponent ; for It pnive-s that at the time of Its delivery, nnd before ho became President, ho held tho satno viows which 11 now holds and advocates regarding tho status of the Southern States and their relations to the Union. Two prominent Ideas appear In this inaugural address, characteristic of the man nnd consistent with his wiioic course In public life. The first 0110 which hochoso then to announce In entering upon tho duties of a high station was thnt ho was ono of the people, having sympathies with tho mass of mankind, desiring their welfare, nnd determined to contribute to It, wherever placed, to tho utmost of his power. Ho remem bered "the rock from which he...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 May 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUItG, SATURDAY, MAY 2o 1866. LOOAti INTELLIGENCE. O.N Monday Inst we were favored with Ihiushowvro. Toward tho mountain eon ntdcrnble hall raid some snow foil. William L. Maddock & Co., ileal cm In fine groceries, No. 1 15 youth Thlril titrcct (ojipoHltu the Olninl Rank), l'hllndclithln. IlV thcsupplciticnt totlicCoLU.MiiiAN 'our riwlCM will bg luformuil Mint Mr. Henry Rosenatoek luw returned to this liluee, ami resumed his buslnaM of pho togra'ihy, etc., at the old Htand In the Exchange. Iltoclr. Tm: grout "show" of I)nn Itlce, our IX'iulersWill not forget, Is to bo here next Tuesday. Tho zoological portion eon tains many (UiliJectB of Interest and In struction, and the equestrian performan ces arc said to be of a superior order. Onf, day last week rt general row en Rued In Iron Street, In which Jacob Fox, of Mt. Pleasant, received a pevero wound ifi the head, from which tho brnlu pro 'triuleil, by a stone. John Clayton, who U wild to bo tho guilty party, ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 May 1866

TRUST AND REST. Kjorr not, poor nonl j white doubt nnd fenr Disturb thy brcnt, Tlic pitying niiKcls, who con cr How vnln thy wild regrot luiul bp, Bay trnt nnd, rest. rinti not, rmr wlirntp, hut calmly wait ; His choice In IdM ; Whllo blind nnd erring In thy night, llli wisdom, seen mid Judges right, , So trust ntul rest. Strive not, nor struggled thy poor might Cnti nei er wrest Tlio meanest thing to servo thy will AH power IsHlsnlone,; beRtlll, Ami trust nnd rest. Desire, not s thy relf-Iove Is strong- Within thy breasts And yet Ho loves thee, better still, Bo let Htm do His loving will, And trust nnd rest. What dost thou fenr? His wisdom reigns Supreme, confessed His power Is Inflnlto; His love Thy deepest, fondest drenms nbove Bo trust nnd rest. AGRIOULTUEAL. YagetnlilM. Vi:aKTA'ni,F, nlthoupli deficient In Bomo of tho nutritive properties which characterize, nnlninl food, are, noverthe- lea's, mi Important clement In dietary owing to the largo quantity of potash they contain. B...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 2 June 1866

SJftc Columbia n, AN. INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, M I-CDUH1IEU KVllW ATUIIBAY, IK j' ' IlloomiliurBi Columbia Count), Pa. TERMS. Two Dollars n year, In advance. If not paid In Advance, Two Dollars and I'lfiy Ccnls, Addrcsi nil letters to ononau n. Mooitrc, Kdltor.of llm Cumum-m-, Itloomnbura, Columbia County, t'n. r j : .uuviiiuwuiiv, uxxj.1uj.w7xvj.) wuxJii C, jouu. PRICK FIVE CENTS. A GRAND OLD POEM. Wllo slmtl Judga n mnn from tnnmii'rit? Who shall know I1I111 by hlsdrcssT l'nuiicrs mny be lit for princes, 1 . l'rlnci'.i fit for something less. Crumpled shirt find dlrtaWsct May boclotho the goldlfH. Of tho deepest thoughts oM'n'CMhgs--- Hntln vest could do no more. There nro springs of crystnl ncctnr Ever welling out of stone. There nro purplo buds rind golden Hidden, crushed, mid overgrown, Ood, who counts by sduls, not drosses, Loves, nud prospers you and me, Wlillo Ho values tlironcs the highest llutag pebbles In the sen. Mnn, uprrtlsod above his fellows, Oft forgets Ills follows the...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 2 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUBG, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1866. foutyd that onu wan hud nut rubbed Ills against tho pot. Tho others' hands be ing black with tho soot of tho pot was a proof of tlielr Innocence. "There," snld Lorenzo, pointing to tho man with tho clean hands, there Is tho man who picked your pocket. " Tho culprit, seeing his detection, nt onco acknowledged his guilt, and gave up tho money. 11 IX) 110 II. MOOIIK, KDtTOlt. BLOOM.S1IUI10, BATUUDAY, JUNK i, IVkJ. LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SCOTT. On Tuesday lost tho hero and patriot Scott died at West Point, about eleven o'clock In tho forenoon. Ho had nearly reached tho rlpo ngo of eighty years, nnd expired peacefully, In tho full pos session of all his Intellectual faculties. Old as ho was, his death Alls our land with sorrow. An accomplished soldier, faithful to Ids country, to her Constitu lion and her laws, his naino nnd memo ry will live for many generations. With n courage tlmt knew no fear, nnd a eon Kclousness of generalship unsurpas...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 2 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1S6G. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. William L. Maddock .fc Co,, dciil- forn In lino groceries, No. 110 South Tlilril f Street (otiDostto the Glrurd Btuikl. Philadelphia. ; Weaver Axn Sphaxklk, wholesale grocers anil commission lticrclmiits, Nos. jp mid 227 Arch Street, Philadelphia, tiave n superior stock of good In their line, and u cull will be a benefit to all imrtles. " THAT portion of our renders who nrc Phlladelphl!tlis, or who have occasion to visit Philadelphia, will want to know vlicrp they can bo suited in their pur Ohasefi. Bchell, Herder and Co., com mission inerchantH, and dealers In ilsli, fenlt, cheese, provisions, etc., are fully hblo to meet the demands of those wish "Iiik articles In their line of business. 'Jhoy nro located ut Nos. 122 and 121 North Wharves, ubovo Arch Street. Now that warm weather Is approach ing n change of clothing to suit tlio tem perature Is necessary. In this connec tion a knowledge of a desirable place to...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 2 June 1866

A STHAY LETTER. BWT.nr one, I really meant tn write, 1 In iiuswerlojourlnst, A wools up) this ory night i I).iar Hie, how time lm lauuuslt You pro I've boon so busy, Imp Ami now ynit know tlin reason Of my ncitloct fiom mom tilt nljiht 1'rt-i'iM lug fur I ho season. Mamma and I together shopped For nno whole wool: nml imiro, Ami nil ilny Ioiir we novor stopped, Hut wont from store to store All through llroadwny, both tip nnd down, On oltlior sldo the utroot i Ami oil, such pattern I I doelnro None ever wcro no sweet. o bought, itcnr me I now let mo see, Twelve dresses for Mamma ; And for myself Just twonty-tliroc You should have heard l'aii Go on nliout thu bills, ho tallied Like one bcroft nf reason, As If we Isith could llvo wlllinut Our wardrobe for ttie season. Oh door I tho men nr heartless miltoj I fonr in.! honrt will hronlc. To think, sweet eon, I lay last night One whole long hour nwako For oh, to hoar l'u talk such stuir, And prophesy distresses; I vow I haven't half cnoti...

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