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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 December 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. BLOOMSBUIta, PENN'A. Saturday Morning, Deo. 2 G ,"T. 0 G 3 . lirtv t'UnAlf T.ANtl'' nnvs nltnnllm, In a "Loyal Leaguer," of Sorcno, Columbia county, in to-days napor. , -Xrn ,! Hon. John McllBYNor.DS, slippo' bo upon mo ico, at, uis rcsiucnco in jjhck Horn, on t uesu.iy list, anil tirokto ono of . his Arms. ' ! fi2r Wo publish on first pago, a full Hit of "tlio diseases and inOrniat.es ox-' cmptlng from tho draft," as approved by Marshal General Fry. i KEy Wo call attention to tho extensivo ialeof ncrronal nroncrtv. fffored on Sat- ordav. tho Olh of January next, advertised by Mr. Joseph LlLt.Y, in to-di.ys's 'Col-' nabia Democrat.' ! ty If wo weri to writo a "weather local" defcriptivo of tho past week, wn need use but tho ono word changeable. For a. few days it has boon bitter cold, with occasional snow Fqualls. SS!T Four females and ono rnalo weret110"1 n tho general crash that .will ensuo. immersed in tho Fishingercok, on Sunday' -- J Ust. A larl'o crow ' witu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 December 1863

li lt olumu. INCREASING YOUR. SOIL. By deepening tho cultivation of yout Boil you add to its quantity. Thus, hav ing your soil eight inolics deep, where bo foro you had it only four inches, you double its capacity, somowliat as though you hod two acres now wlioro you had on ly ono before Did you oicr think of this ? Eight inches of cultivated soil has doublod the Btrongth of four. This is a now way of inoreasing your land not now to our best farmers, who understand all this and honeo they cultivate deep, not deep at onco, but gradually, each year a little deeper, or at cvory plowing. Plowing nlono makes tho soil mellow, has a won derful effect, even without manuro ; but manure, it must he rcmcmborcd. is tho main rolianco always. In deepening your soil judgmout'is re. quired. Not too much of tho raw sub soil must bo brought up at a tirao, unless it 13 rich, thon plow deep. In clay soils, little at a tiuio is tho truo theory. Cut off half an inch of clay, moro or less, at each plowing...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 January 1864

AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L, TATE, EDITOK. VOL. 17. NO, 45. 'TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVH IT O'ER THE DARKKNHD EARTH." TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNUM. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 18(T4. VOLUME 27. rpnE sr.cr.nTAnv op thu treasury lms not J yet Riven notice of any Intuition lo withdraw till papular Loan from sale at jmr, and until ten days no tice la given, ttio undersigned, an "Ocueral Subscrip tion Agent," will continue tu supply tha public. ilie whole amount of the Loan niithoiijed la rlve Hundred Million, of Dollars. Nearly Tour Hundred Millions have bcn already tubsctlbed for and ppid In to tlio Treasury, mostly within the Init seven iiioiiIIh 'riie largo doinnnd from abroad, and the rapidly Incrcai lug homo demand for lino n a basis for circulation by National Hanking Associations now organizing in nil halts i f tho tuuntry. u ill. in a very (hurt porloii, nh- unrh tin-balance. Bales have lately ranged from ten lo filt.'oii ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 January 1864

wnunrum DiJMUUitiu. rfm-sM Conscription bill, which should bo im M ! mediately ndoptod. It is as follows : tnnm tv t 1 "ZktT.ZZ jmrw by levi u tate, proprietor BLO OMSBURG, PENN'A : v - - Saturday Morning, Jan. 9, 10G4. ey..i.-.j,Li . .i,... i ,, ii , " our Oontintion.uarii it evert Our SlorlODl Unlnn...hnlil II rlMi I Our glorious Union. Our marrr TMc.fr... f. Our Starry rui...foraVo It ncVirt , The promt Oattcasalan our only pcorl " ' " ronFUEslDECTW"" - GEORGE 33, M'CLELLAN i BuhJ.ctto.hc demon '.f , National ConvctUion,) im.Jc,ijut.-jiXJwjU,lJmm Democratic State Committee. Tho Dcmocratio State Central Commit, tco aro requested to Moot at tho MER CHANTS' HOTEL, in tho citv of Pl.lln. dclphia, ou Wednesday the Hth day Jan- uarjf, at four o'clock p. m. county, and wo aro not sure but that it Cuaules J. BiDDiiE, Chairman. would bo wisrr to still further modify the ij x aw 0 far as to giro the Provost Marshals The Insolence of Power. ! tho dictionary power to hold their ex Tho arroga...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 January 1864

COLUMBIA lllOCRAT, DLOOMSBURO, PENN'A. Dcmiao of George W. Rupert. O.o. W. lturrKT, formerly of Blooms burg, diad At Austin, Nevada TiiriiL'y, n,t, Oct. 13, I8GU. A friend i.f his Mnt n. I"AP Saturday Morning, Jan. 9, lOG4.!Iast "oeI l,u 6u,,j'"n:tl Tribute 0f lto- f,;".;;' i ipont I., i .- inrtnnn nf n f-m.il Ihrnneh ,nr nonsi, n niii,li.. t...,. v . Htnuf uuiiLT ..... : . ... :..::. 'v . ... T. ..ill I i ... . . '!'" nmnrnjnjlili'lil in mm II l-Il tlia nffl it hiii uu icrueil Willi lllltrc.-t bv ol"-riPiicti wnon imitiu ttna vnlnnlil- ii.eiilc. tsuiiM liin ,,, - f , .i , . ,nlle' "life and vigorous miioii upon a dlsord' rod 1113 tlUMProUS friORds III tllli SCClion of !'""ach, and ihu clean-ln,, of llm r-ntlro li.iiM.ii, body ,,. . should riit-iimiiiund it to nil cU.ik of our ciiiiimunllv. Csa? Wo notico that tho aoveral board, walks in lilootnsbtirg nro in bad oondition thoy ticed immcdiatu repair, l.ct them re. ccivo proper attention. Wlicro aro tlio authoritcs ? CSTTli& annu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 January 1864

3 PEEDIN.G HENS IN WINTER. The following is furnished Iho American Agriculturist by n correspondent : "I liavo 28 oblcltcns largo and raall, nevrral of them fall chickens, I obtainod but a few eggs in tho foro part tho wintor not more than ono or two a day. Tho feed was corn and oats. In January I tried tho experiment of hot feed onco a flay in tho morning. As soon as tho firo vraa started in tho coolcstovo, I put a quart remall potatoes in an old dripping-pan, I and nit them in tho oven. After breakfast I I took a quart or morn of wheat and buck- j wheat bran, mixed, put in tho swill pail, aud mixed Into thin mush with boiling water, tb?n added about one quart live i coals from tho stoves and put in tho pota toes hot from tho oven, adding all tho egg shells on hand, and sometimes a littlo sul phur. These mashed together aro fed immediately in a trourrh nronnird fnr tlmi. i ,3 l,i f, i . .. purpose, madO aOOUt ten fCCt long, of tWO Vnf,r,t. innV,o s.!1,1 ..., t i ' uuuvu luguiuuDuii...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 16 January 1864

DEMOCRAT, COLUMBIA AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, levi l, tate, editor, "to hold and thim tub to 110 ii of truth atfd wave it o'er the darkened earth." terms : $2 00 per annum- Vol. 17. no, 46. bloomsburg, Columbia county, penn'a,, Saturday, January ig, ism. volume 27. Select J cairn. Old Abc'a Visitor. All N.ituru wiis decked for her evening rent, For tho goliltn nun li.nl gone from tlm went, When lloiieU(l) Ol.l Aliu with Ills usual eruco tn I a smite liko a sliail'a that llluinliiod hi. face. Hcpoacd itt lit a emu In n cosy nrm clinlr, tile Unlwnys ntvnun when nettled in tliero) YVhllo lio ttimtKlit of thu "Nig,' thu war rind tit draft, Aid tho glorioui" ilnj'8 uUen ho cruised on a raft. 'rim IJcvlt olipcaicd and grasping ti chair, Q.U duwii wltli a Ktln that raised Abraham's hair; 'JIiimi twitching his tall he emitted a sneczo 'Hint occasioned Old Abo tn drop down on his kneei, How are you my Abe I Is my list nearly tilled Of sick men and dying, rf wounded and killed I Of tt...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 16 January 1864

EDITED BY LEVI U TATD, rnCinUETOIti DLOOMSDURG, PENN'A : I Saturday Morning, Jan. 10. 106-1. ' ' " Our Oomtltntlon nnard II ctmI Onr etortoni Union hold It dear ! Onr l til Htarrr riaB foraako II never) Tli ptond Oaucaaalan onr onljr pgerl ron president in IBM, J GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN (..u.lh.aec,.,on,r,h, N..nconT,nn.) General McClellan's Report. In advance of tho publication of tho He- port of Gen. McOlcllan of tho campaigns , 1U8,tei1 10 appoint thrco commissioners on tho Peninsula and in Maryland, recent-1 J?1'0.51'?'1 b? empowered to open ncgotia . , . ii. . i lions with tho authorities at luchmond, to ly made to Congress wo lay before the , the ond tbat tll!s l,l00dy, destructive and readers of tho Columbia Democrat, a ey- inhuman war shall ceaso, and tho Union nopsij of it mado by a correspondent of tho bo restored upon terms- of fratornity and New York Commercial Advertiser. It eon tains a letter from Gen. McClellan to President Linooln giving his views iu rela tion to the pro...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 16 January 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. iSSC - BLOOMSBURG, PENN'A. " Saturday Morning, Jan. 1G, 10G4. As wego to press on Friday morn iog, thero aro favornblo indications of iloighing. OnDKita havo been iisued by tho War Department postponing tho draft until tho 10th of February. fierTho Motho'disl denomination of this place, havo purchased tho Brick building, owned by Mr3. Fanny Weaveb., on Koch otroct, for a parsonage. ligfOutof tho lato draft, 100 mon wcro procured from Tho District, including substitutes ; 787 paid commutation ; 800 wcro exempted, and somu two hundred tailed to report. "SiANtf by tho government, tho only lopooftho Union,'' says tho llrpublicm Blind by the Union, the only hopo of tho government, say wo. That's tho diffcr onoo. BSTlUa Ice John, two weeks ago, said - lato pnnts no paper this week, and adds who cares. ' Lvcry body cares, we , .ay. All honest democrat, Jo. Tl i 1 :, , . "' yoblors, shoddy patriots and abol t on ' . 1 , u""uuu a.iiuu.u.o UiJ nub, ii3 SUfJ 111113 UTOIU CX ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 16 January 1864

JFatmcr"0 (Solmmu THE ORNAMENTATION OF CEM ETERIES, Wo quoto from the Gardeners'1 Chroni rea short articlo on this subject, inter. cting to ninny at this aau timo, when tho fairest nnd bnghtost of our land arc sleep ing so quietly, leaving only their graves to our lovo : "A correspondent has writton to aek our opinion upon tho following question, which nppcrs to bo daily becoming more worthy of consideration : 'Should como terlcs bo decorated with the gayest flowers that can bo obtained : or, would it not look far moro in character with tho plaeo to substitute trees, Bhrubs, and plants of a sober tint I "Now wo look Hpon this question as in volving considerations of pure tasto and feeling, upon which any person possessing those qualities is oapable of giving an opin ion ; wo thercforo should bo very glad to snow tho views of any of our correspond ODtS who have considered tho matter. wllile. ... , ' Without aS6UmiDlI tho airs of an 'arbiter , . fa u clegantiarum,' wo vanturo to expre...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 January 1864

MOCRAT f LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. VOL. 17. NO. 47. Select Ipodni, Jt Know a Little Village. 1 know a llltlc village, Where a sunny, sparkling ttreara Murmurs o'er tin shining pebbles I. lite tho music of a dream ; An J I lovo to ico It glisten , In tho sun's bright golden ray Out neither stream nor sunlight Havo brought mo fccto to-day. And I know n tittle cottage Where the summer roses grow, And star-like scented Jessamine, With petals while ns snow ; Where fuathercd songsters chalet tve, A soft and melodious lay Itut neither birds nor flowers, I tvern, Have b.'ouglit iiw here to-day. Mat in that cottage Uwcllntti now A maiden fair and bright, With oyua llko Uow-gcunncd violet, With looks of tunny light j With soul as pure as yun bright stream, And heart ns light and gay And to claim that maiden Tor py bride, I come this road to-day. t'nost hie Nkw York Day-Uook, j THE HISTORY OF THE TORY PARTY, IN THE UNITED STATES. ComplleJ from tho Private Papers and Lottora of tho Fathers of the I...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 January 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. EDITED BY LIVI L. TATE, rRopniETon. BLbOMSDURQ, PENN'A : Saturday Morning, Jan. 23, 1804. " Our Constitution euanl It ever I Our glorious Unionhold It dear I Our fitarrr Flag foraalt It never! proua uaucassian- oar only pserl TOR PRESIDENT IN 1064, GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN ( Bubjsctto lh decision of the National Convention,) Lincoln's Abolition Policy. In his last messago the President has thrown to the winds everything liko con stitutional law, tho vested rights of States and conciliation, and with autocratic dio- j .anon ..as prcsonocu tno luiuro status of , tho Holiel Pint. n,wl :.,l.ot.:i...., tho Rebel States and their inhabitants. This cunningly devised document is to be used as a political lever to perpetuato his own dictatorial power upon this continent. Ho knows that no considerable number of 'Confederates will ever subscribe to tho test oath ho lias created to support tho procla mations and other radical measures ho has inaugurated during his Abolition rule i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 January 1864

COLUMBIA DliMOClUT, DLO OMSBURG, PENN'A. - Did any of our delinquent subacrl bors for we have some over think of ibis j "What would you think of a farmer Svbo had raited n thousand bushola uf wheat, and who would sell it tu u thousand differ- out persona scattered all over thu Stnte.i Gatui'day Morning, Jan. 23, 1004. y?" , C Oourt oommoncoB in this plauo on lanu" "grco to wait a year (or hia pay Irom t 1 .1. ... . S , 1- . I I . . . .. . Monday week, cucu 01 anu u one nan oi tucm urn I not pay at the end of the year, hu should CQT" Mr. Nathan Bomdoy, advertises B'vo tutm atiothor bushel of wheat and raltt able town property for sale, in to-' u8rec 10 wail all0'ucr yQar 'or his ):iy,and day'a Democrat, i thus1K u,f 'r iM ar , How lone ,,, ! would suoh a larmer caeapc bittiliruptoy T CQrTho CotusmiA Dumociiat, of l'fobably not much longer than publishers lust week, evidently hurt grcasas tho Hmut Machiue, jade winces. Lst-her-rip 1 FEB U U A RY COURT. For Thkee Nights, Court Proclama...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 January 1864

1 ( CONTINUED FROM FIIIBT PA (IK. ) Iowa-, but 1 hate a icbcl worse than iLe Yanhccs do. You are rebelling against .the power of God find tho klnrlncis or loan 'Lndj jou tloii'loousidcr what'you nay Thoao nrc faarTul words." 'I know tlioy aro but 1 will repeat that I bopo that uono of you may escape to oorry tho tidiog. Yon lind no right to come hero and doelroy our homes, and ttike away our friends, and loave uothiug but desoktion iu your track. You may not bopo for tho blessing of God upon your undertaking." "Lady," ho answered, while a tear sprang to his eye, "I would not bo found here to-day had not your army found its wnv in mv tinnia nnrl rlninlnlnrl il I had n bosutiful young wife, fair as the beauty of heaven, loving, and tenderly loved, but evon her they did not spare.but well nigh i t ,. , i broken hor heart with foar and sorrow I Then I rosolved to forfeit my lifo, or my nvengo tho wrong; I determined that the homes of the North should feel the power of tho invader's hand...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 January 1864

rtvH AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. VOL. 17. NO, 48. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOKO II OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TIIU DARKENED EARTH." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM-" BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY; PENN'A,, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 18(54. VOLUME 27 FEBRUARY COURT. Court Proclamation WHEREAS, tltfi Hon. Willum Emvcll. President Judfn of th Coutt of Oyer ami Terminer and neu tral Jail Delivery. Cnitrt ot Uuart'-r Hflorn of Ilia I'eacn ami Court of Common fha anil Orphan's I'ourt, in tho 2Cth JuJIr ial District, compos 'd 01 th" counties Of Columbia, Sullivan ami Wyoming, and the Hon. John M'Ueyiu'lil'&St'.'iilioii ll-ilily.Associati'Ju.liios of Colum bia county.hav Issued their pn-crjit nrinjrdato tin- ?ili day of Ui'C. iti tho year of our Lord one t!iou.,m4 tjaht btindruJ and slxtythrnuind to mo directed f.ir tiol'lirit; n Uoutt of Oyer ami Terminer and funeral Jail dcilirry, General Cluartcr Sessions of thf l'oace, Coinmou l'lias and Orphan's Court, in Ulooiit,uri:, in...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 January 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, W BDITED BY LDVI E. TATD, PROPIUBTOn, DLOOMSBtma, FENWA : SaUirday Morning, Jan. 30, 1004. " Onr Constltntlon cuard It oror I Onr rlorlon Union bold H dear I Onr Blarrr rUgforsako II never I The proud Cancasslan our only poor I ron rncsiDBNT in ig64, GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN ( Subject to the decision ef tho National Convention.) pep IIon. Wm. Hopkins, of tho Senate, and Hon John 0. Ellib, of tho Houso, at Jlarrisburg.hnvo our thankBfor Ligislativo documents. Tnu Danville Intelligencer, is amongst tho ablest and best of our country demo crnt'o paprrs. Gnpt. Thos. Ouaitant, is an able and fearless Editor. It would re quire a regiment of abolition Unions to viow either in talent or respectability with the time-honored Intelligencer, the noblo organ of the Democracy of Montour. Auctionekii. Mr. Jacob Siieliiart, of Montour co., offers his serviocs as auc tioneer. Mr. S. has had an experience of several years at tho business, and gives general satisfaction. Ho is besides a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 January 1864

COICMBIA BBMOOttAT, BLOOM0DURG, 1ENN'A. During the been several exhibitions of various klnda in tho town, and tlio bays have, in con sequence, been !n the very icuitli of en. provoking and improper, , extremely nn SPECIAL NOTICES tfho sorios of religious meetings which 1mvo been hold by tho Luthcrn congregation of this plncc, contltiuo nightly -frith' good results, Cnf Her, W. Goodrich, Prenches to morrow nnd next Sabbath, at 2 o'clock, P. SI , iu the German Reformat) Ohuroh in Bloomsburg, uoying to ladies, and calculated to drive them, or keep them out, And it does not in tho least matter whether the show, lee turo, or whatever it may be U n humbug or not ; it experiences the earno reception at the hands or tongues of tho boys. And yet however annoying it is to tit for half an hour, waiting for the rising of the curtain, listening to tho unchecked ana apparently iincheckablo uproar of young America 5 there in often so uiueh 65- M. F. EyimiiV, continues tho busi nass of preparing pa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 January 1864

irai'meia vBomnuu FEED THE SOIL, AND IT WILL FEED YOU. It Is a romarkalilo, not loss than a well established fact, that our eraln crops, ta- ken as a whole, arc rapidly deteriorating that aoino of our finest wheat-crowing ilisln'pl In. va n....,1 s mmMtinih. .,!,!.:... r ... . e ... w ...v. xuiuiuiiuu ui ni.it L-uiuai, and that only in a few districts is a fair averano cron ohtninod. Tl.n ....... l t.i That such should I re 1 bo tho cose is Icsb surprising than inolaii. choly. What else have no a right to ex pect from onrprescut system of farming! Tmu, wc boast a largo surplus of wheat nd corn for export, but wo owo this sur pins, not to a fair average product per aero, hit to tho great number of acres in cultivation. Unfortunaluly, wo have not yet, as an agricultural people, discovered the pernicious error into which Etirtipeon agriculturists fell years ago, and which threatened to, ., .1 MA absolutely i educe '. auu uiu the cultivation of tllO SOU to downright " beggary. 'I ho sam...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 6 February 1864

ran DEMOCRAT, sir- AND BLOOMSBURGr GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. I "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TO110II OF JTRUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER TUB DARKENED EARTH." TERMS : $2 00 P-ER ANNUM- VOL. 17 NO, 49. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FENN'A,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1864. VOLUME 27. PROSPECTUS FOR 18G4. Journal of Commerce. THE Proprietors of tho New York JUUItNAt. OP COMMKItCr. In their Prospectus for tlio year ISO I, lay.: " Wo believe Hut wo publish tCic BEST us well tis the CJIEAPE-S7 paper in the Country. Tho Farmer, thn Mechanic, tho Professional Man, fnn of all employments, anil the families of each and til uf them flail mi Taper so well stilted to their wants This f.ict. together ili our well knntvtt principles mi matter of public policy. Is rapidly extending our clr tulatinu. Wo belong to no party. Wo aro Independent not neutral. Wo " ,tpres our own opinions, not tho opin ions, not the opinions of any class or boily. Wo publish a paper In which we seek to Rivo tin TUUTH. Ourt-'oin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 6 February 1864

UMBIA DRMIffiRAT. asm EDITED BY LKVI L. TATD, PnOTOIBTOH. BLOOMSDURG, PENN'A : Saturday Morning, Feb. 6, 1064. " Onr OonMllntlon guard II Tr ! Onr glorloua Union hold It dear I Onr Blarrr ring fortnke it never I tarn praua uancasiun- ourcnlr retrl " ' --- - -- I department, whilo, at tho samo time, ton- iirnJnrSmT 1 grcssional committees and Abolition eon- IjiLUltljI JD, M ULJLLLAIn Bpirotorn wcro engaged in loading him I "IiVi'iIi m t'lnnTi i m h Watlcnal 0Pvintlon) with slander. Sovcntccn months ago Mo- nT rTirr. . .. , Clillan's fate was determined on: and The Conniption Act. from fflomcnt( Chief Justice Woodward, of tho Su- han been a constant mark for Abolition preme Court of Pennsylvania, in giving detraction. Vis opinion in regard to tho reversal by at On our first page to-day wo publish majority of tho Court of its decision last McClcllan's letter to Stanton, written af. Novmbor that tho Conscription law is ,er tho bloody faattlo ol "Gaines' Hill," unconstitutional, htld tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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