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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 27 October 1866

ai, 1 he ($o hunt, fan, ANjfNDiSrflNDtmT JOURNAL, t 'l?i'miuani:n t:'Kiiv htukiiat, in , '' 1 ilidomibiirgi Col it In tilu Count)) ln. 'Jl-jllMS. ... Two Dalian a year, In advance. Jf not paid In , iMVarti'jfw'o lJolfnrs iiid Tiny Cents. Address nil letters to SJcrmii of (Uwli!iinr. (mefqnnrp.onoor three Irwrtlom J lfo I'aeh litciUcnt hiM-rlloii leM tlmn Ihlilei n. Oliohqunnonn 111011II1 2 id Two " " ' .. u VI Threo " " ......... ft no Knur " " 11 to Half cnhiirfn " ...Ml"! Ono (ohitim " I'll") lineMiliii'itiinil AilfnfnUtlntor'H Notice il i Auditor's Not lien , , i Hi Editorial Notices twenty cent per lino. Olhor ndverllsemcnti Inictlod according to upe clnl contract. tlmiUIR It. StOOT'I!. IMItof of tllO CoM'MlltAM, Illoonisburtf, Co1iimbla."otinty, l'n. BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 8C0. VOL. I.-NO. 2(5. PRIOE FIVE GENTS. II iff 1 Iff Iff if t )M lit W IP H w fill Ipl 1 fllw rA CUP TO THE DEAD. ; t'l Uimmi tluiPH, when wn havo heard nml read fco much about tho horriMi nnil rav...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 27 October 1866

t'-lL'Jll-L'-U!.' THE COLUM-EIAN, BLOOMSBUEG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1SG6. mi i:oiuu: it. Mouiti:, iintToit. llUlOMHUUtttl, HATUHUAY, OCT 71, lWd. A SIiAWDER REPEATED. Tiik Democrat and Mar In Its Inst number dishes up und serves out to Its readers tho Hlmiiiclrss abuse nud false. Uw.hU of tho Itmllciit I'rcss nbout tho President of tho United States In re gard to UU alleged intemperance, and ineludos In Its assault bomo ltniu;lnary Members of Congress. According to tills nbandonod Journal tho President and his Congressional friend "hob nob" together, and tholr supposed revels nro denounced with virtuous ludlgiin tlou. Thai tho Democrat and Star should do dirty work for tho Radical oneinlcs of tho President will not ns tonlsh any one who Is familiar with Its past course, or comprehends tho posi tion and motives of tho men who man ago It ; but It Is surprising that It should expect Its malignant falsehoods to bo received and tolerated by Its readers who aro not onemlea of tho Presiden...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 27 October 1866

THE COLUMBIA!-?, jLOOMSBTJJLG, SATURDAY, OCTOBEll 27, 18C6. 1 '.AUB, em ti as.: LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. t'WtLfjtAM Ij. M-tll(H'lt AND Co. , '! -ydcalcM In ilno .rocc-rlc-i, No. llfl South iVrlil rd SI rofc (ointojlla thoUlra l'dllnnk) , tfiillmlolphlii. ' r . . ff rim Commissioners nnd Shur-lfX mot tho Court Houso on Thursday last, id lrov from the wheel the annul niul ftvcwo Jurors for our December term Court. .SllY refercuco to our advertising col- ..umnslt will bo scon Hint Mr. .1. W. Ohcmhcrhilu has opened n clothiiii; 'flioroln tho Hnrlman llulldlnji. Ills facilities for supi-lylng citizens with nr tjclc.s in Ills lino of business nro superl o'r, and wo ndvlso them to give him a Will. .jtfwr. understand that C. W. Eves, of ,OUr county, Ls erecting one of tho most -""Hubstantlnl buildings In this section of country, In tho neighborhood of Mill- vlllo. It Is to bo built of brick, four stories high, ono hundred nnd eight by llfty-slx foot, nnd will bo ready for occu pancy about tho fi...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 27 October 1866

A HURAIi OAIIT VISIT. I.kt them tnlk or llio bliss of n chariot, With four pinticlng horses before, With n liveried conchmnn to drive It, Ami 11 lackey to open tlic door; Thesott yielding down or lis cushions May enso imd enjoyment Impart, Hut for fun nml for frolic there's nothing Mko n rough, wholesome rldo In tho curt. Mcm'ry rnrrles mo back to tli.it mornlns When, hooded nnd shawled for n rlile, Wo entered tho curt (wllh n donkey) And im escort to walk by our side; How funny to sco tho fair driver, When ronxlng tho crenturo to go, Willi " (Jet up, sweet donkey, Rood follow, You'll enrry us safely, I know." Through tho old solemn wood wo slow wandered, I.lued thick with It ecntlnel trees, And heard tho low musical breathing Of lenses played upon by tho breezol Wo Brew sad an wo heard that sweet music, A shado seemed to full on tho heart, Ami wo truly beeamo sentimental, Whllo ridlng'n,bout In tho curt. Tell mo not pleasuro dwells In the hall-room, Whero vanity stalks In Its prldo...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 November 1866

mm $hc OfohimMan, INDEPENDENT JOUflNAL, MtCHMMttMl KVKIlV HATCIIDAT. 1! Binonulmrf;, CotitntMrt Comity, 1'n. .4 MIMM. iTtro Dollars n year, In rtdvnnoo. If not lmM hi (nlviuioetrTwo Dollnrn and I'iny Cvnta, Address, U letters to uvmnu it. Moonn. Editor of Iho Coi.rMtiMS, lllooiiiflbiira, Cotmnbln (Vttnty, fa. Bo UNCROWNED KINGS. Jfr-'-' 111' TlltttKKI.r.T AIKES. 0tt;ya uncrowned, but kingly kings, '(jillftda roynl by tho brain und heart, 0f nit IVvrtli' wealth tho noblest part, "Yet reckoned nothing In tlio mart Wlioro tnon know not but sordid thlnw i All hull to thee, most Ictngly hints I tDliTyojfncrowncd, Imt kingly ldnsrn ( yiiosobrenlli mid words of llvliin, llnmo Itcivo yattonoil slavo nations from Iholr sbnmo, Aridjitd them rise In manhood's numu; hwlft as tlio curved bow backward urr h'BJ W tdllWyo, "iot kingly kings! Oil; tfo Uncrowned, but kingly kings) Wh8sd strung light arms hath oft been bnrod; "Wlior fires nf fijjhtcous battle glared; to think on yu tho llMtt epsprlhgs...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 November 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSEUEG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 3, 1866. (ii:uu(ii: ii, mooiu:, r.MToit. JtUlOMSUtmO, HATUltDAY, NOV .1, ISM. THE REPUBLICAN PRESS ON THE BALTIMORE ISSUE. 1'rom llio HiirlnKlIpl J IU iubU-nn. Cor.oNiX 1'oHNKY, In writing iullam niolory letters from Baltimore, seems determined toluwoa political row there, If possible. The cnuso of tho quarrel la tho conduct of certain police comniis (doners, who nro accused of appointing Incompetent Judguun" election, und us ing unfair moans to deprive Conserva tives of Uio right of sutTi HttO. Governor Hwnnn has ordered tho commissioners to appear beforo him to answer these charger), i orny says they will not ap pear, and If tho Governor undertakes to reinovo them they will resist by force. Ah tho law authorizes the Governor to remove them for official misconduct, If they fall to appear and clear themselves of tho charges miule, Uio Governor will nt least havo Uio law ou his tilde In re moving them. "Wo Bhould liopo tho Union men of B...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 November 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, NOYEMBEll 3, 1SG6. , t.om at. TMTP.T.T.Tap.Nnn. Ikt.t.im HviwlJ construct Ug lirar Mill 'ynion inrgo uircc-mury uncn (iwi'iimir- house. -Titr.itr. will lion nici,llnorthi"i'io(it tcnclii'V:) of tlilsiotiuly to-tlny, to oryiui izo n TciK'lit'W' As-oi'lnllou. VlLI,IAM L. Maddock AN i) Co. denk'i-rf in Hue irroforli, No. 1 1 " Houlli hlnl Street (opposite the Ulra id Jlmik) IilltiduiDlilii. Thomas J. Vandf.i'slici', Est-., n Very worthy ollk-er, luvs hwn siiareded tn tlio otlk'o of County Coiiiinissloner iJy.Oroutuotnery Cole, Est,. Anew liullillntf 1-j liclti"; erected oj.i )iosito tlio Aiih.tIuiii House, to lie occu pied when llnNlit'd, ns u ilrug wtore, Under tho proprietorship of N. J. IlendeMhot. Wnhavo received from Clnrcneo II. Chirk, of this place, u copy of the circu lar of the Agricultural College of I'enn nylvnnln, detailing the plan of tho reor jjahlzatlon, etc. 'o have inlnlald our copy, nnd are in eonseiiuenco unalile to glvo It the ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 November 1866

- . -W -- -pi III 11 1 l ! ai WKmijiju nrw Mn r THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEIt 3, 1866. THE l'RIBON IVY. IJV rttAnl.KS MACKAY. Tim ivy In ti dungeon grow, Unfed ly ruin, unchccrod by dew) IN pallid lenllets iinly drank t';ivii moisture foul mul odors dank I Hut through Iho dungeon grating high There Ml n Kiinlnam from thn sky J It slept upon thogialorul Hour In silent sadness ovormoro. Tho Ivy felt n tremor shoot Through nil Hh llrei to the, mot J It relt llin light, It mvr tlio rny, It strove lo blossom Into ilny. It grow, It crept, 'I pushed, It clomb Jjong had tlio darkness been Its homo ; Hut well It know, though veiled In liltilit, Tlio goodness mul tbo joy or light. Its clinging rootfl grew ilcop nml strong, ltd ntcm expanded firm mul long; And In Uio currents of tlio Mr Its tender blossoms nourished fair. It reached tho beam 11 trilled, It curled, It blessed tho warmth Hint cheers tho world ; Jt roso toward tho dungeon-bars, It looked upon tho sun and stars. J...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 10 November 1866

pt i i iiipw . im ! ii i tnt - crirn of gWwtiaing? - (iiicSniinrr, Cue or 1 1 it m- liivrll(iiw SI rl Kuril Mll'Xellliellt illf-dtlllll liwt limn tlilrterti. " oiio Mijnnri- Din- iii'iulli 2 i'l Twn ,", " , !.....")'' Tlin o " ' " J......,?.?nW H W I'.nir " " .- c m Itnlf Hiiuiim " ...io ) One ciilniiin " 1'i Ci Km riilm'- ntM AilinliiWriit.ir'i Nnlliiw -..'3 Ml Aitriltiir'fi NoIIccm - 2& IMIIiit lul Nnlli-ci twenty cent- icr lino. oilier mlvrrllMiiK ills lnrril ncrorUtni; t ve. i-hileimtincl. O-t., . t. : .. liVIU V.V U I II 111 U I (I u AWaJNDErEITDENT JOURNAL, 4f IKjl-UIIMHIIKII KVIMIV SATCIIIIAT, IN Wlnnlii1mrlI. Coltllltlilit Count', lMt .Ibift. , Tr.UJlH. JwjJiUftpi a yrar, In lutvnnoo. , If not imlit In nitjnnee-, Two Dnllnm mill I'llly Oiita. -AiUtrt nM lctterd to fKH V Oi'OIKIK H. MOOltli litltor of the f.'oi.CMin.N, lllimnnburK, Cnlumtil.i CoUnty, I'u. MX BLOOrNlSBURG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18GG. VOL. WO. '28. MUUB KIVK OBNTS. . PERSEVERE. VbHti liv .id I i.i linnffji...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 10 November 1866

-m LUX!?! TIIE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1866, m 4 Mil ' J, .11 mniiiiiii. IHIIIIIIIIHIi 1 imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH 1 p 1 imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH umiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK. h mmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB nt- miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH i r imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiH 'i 1. miiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH cieoiuiu lr. mooiik, kditoii. 1IUX)MHIIU1UI, HATUlltlAY, NOV 18, IKK A PROCLAMATION. WitCREAR, It hath boon the good and worth custom of tho Commonwealth to Bot npart, annually, a day for tho special acknowledgment of tho goodness of tho Almighty, nud for expressing, by tho wholo people, at ouo tlmo, and with n common volco, tlio Thanks and Prnlso which throughout tho year oro springing from tho hearts of men 5 thcroforo, I, Andiiew O. Cuktin, Governor of mo uommonwcaitn, uo, by tins my Proclamation, recommend Hint tho good people- of tho Commonwealth ob- Bcrvo Thursday, tho twenty-ninth day of November noxt, as a day of Thanks giving...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 10 November 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, ULOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18G6. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. " Judge IU'deiit Is 'mllitlng u Una Bta blo on Contro Street. Ouu furnifw nro busily etifjnrrcd In husking their corn. Tin! next term of tho Dlooinaburjr LUcntry Intltuto will coiiimcuua on tlio btactaciitlt itiHtnnt. Mil. I). K. L.uiiiach, of Pnlrinount, " has twin owe lntnb six months old, With flvu Irg4 nnil nix foot. Dun roatlew shonlil not fall to read thoinrwtorly lcttorof Uon.O. It. Hrown Ing, Hecrctttry of tho Interior, on tho slrst prtgo. William li. Maddock and Co. doolcra in 'fine grot'crlps, No. 1I" South Third Street (oinwlto tho Gim rd Bunk) Plillwlolpliln. At tho mooting of tho teachers of this county on Snturdny hut, I'rofwnor 0. W. Walker, of Mlllvllle, was cho-im Prcrttdont, ami Mr. 8. AV. My, of this place, Socrotnry. j By rofcreuco to our advertising col umns K will bo seen that Mr. J. W. Chcinbcrlniii lma opened u clothing toro in tho llnrtmnu Uuildlnir. Ills facHltlca for miiniiyliijr ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 10 November 1866

,., WWW " "mil Columbian, bloomsbuug, Saturday, noyedrr 10, 18(50. lSIIIONAIlMl EipbtDERY. 1 1 InntllM ""I, ltll her face like .1 1 . V Sltlt.h.'n of win.. Wllh lrr fool i" tin' JnliiHwl slipper- W !V' . ... Si I ..ho know. How It el..irmi ' . r, .'tender, tnwrlmt lliW-. Ami ' .uvy-whltu Honi-clrcletl mm-1 Will, the V-ntlt looi.lnis ImcU tho .1 irk 0.0,! -IT. . wtr.it. wi.vyoml.ior hr.iflrl A n,l Ilmrlu-Ufwltl' MlnH"';' !'"', Al.a tKli'iuMutu, o rail i hioK'"kIii' l,,i,t 1l'',,'",", ,1"r '"""' VM ""' ,l11" "f u 'I1"""1' '.Mtlti lo-el irt.l .she tl.tlnyiy fashion, lluir shatllicil 1n llm ilolliuto (jrct n. Of, lln leave!, nor Hums Brent roMou Mies No hlm-wom ,.r Inul on,, cm. mime Hu f.ilr OA tjiu. fuoe Iw.uiili'S iiver j Tho glowing ciuhroMcry frame. A Mm lifted lior il.uk ImmI ,', then fc tliatitiltit ulnheo of !ici-m iiii'lerslinm" Tlnw wot, illy lltll,' tin' m Nt 't pri-w from tho IkioU h. my hand, 'Hint tlTe roup of her checl: kept h.ifiildlnu ' '(.It lleUf-llUl'llll K JIl till'...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 17 November 1866

u UMll'-L I.. . l - m .I... SHie (Jolumbfon, AK INDEPENDENT JOUBNAI, ti WDUMlBft fiTKltV DATUIIDAT, IN nloonnbHrKi Columbia t'OnUty, l'a, i:n.t& Two DoUnra u year, lu advance. If not i,oid In ndvnnoo, Two Dollars mul Fifty CVriU. Address (if) letters Ui UtiOltOIi It. MOOHK. IMltor of tho CuLL'SiniAN, UloonisburK, Columbln County, Tn. uuisi ui. (-aiaiiiiiiuiu. ti CAPTAIN DRAY'S LOG-BOOK, ltovmt nnd ragged as i hcnr-sliln, Hut as warm, was Captain Ilfoy, rJlttluir In tho cony cnbln Of bin little Hchooncr Fiiy, Bnioothlng out n wrinkled vohnno With a wondrous careful hand, Becmlng not to feci tlio dlstmica Wo were rolling from tho laud. Now ho nods nnd smiles nnd whispers Whllo his eyelid overflow j Cnptnlh, pardon us for asking What ttlnso hieroglyphic, show f And tho Captain drew hi coat-slssva O'er lit face, nnd ans'flfl slow, " Well, thin Utile pile lf pnper is Illy log-book, you nlust know," Oftnii had' llMi'il ol iog-booki Writ by sailor on tho deep j But within the myMIc vol...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 17 November 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJKG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1866. SUltc Qfotttmbhm, (luoitnu li. mooki:, r.ntroi:. llUMlliHllttltO, KATL'UDAY, NOV it, 11M, I'. John attempts to be smnrt In pro filing to " protest" iigntn.it our alleged " abuse of Judge Klwell" In our lust In cite. This Is not a ease of jot calling kettle black ;" for In abusing the Judgo 1. John has tlio unonvhiblo distinction of standing ulono In this county. His f tuny article about the Judgo making a stump speech In Franklin Township, and then running, behind his ticket, he was forced to tako back under our exposure of Us falsehood. His fresh statement, now made, that Johnson Republicans hero wore concern cd with Senator Bueknlow tn "forciny Judge 1.1 well Into tho can vius" for Con Kress Is equally false. Tho Judge was forced by nobody, and would not have submitted to compulsion If It had been attempted. Besides, he was named originally by his party friends In other counties of tho district, and Conserva tlvo Republicans...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 17 November 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 18GG. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. .41 -Tin: meteoric shower, so ntixloinly 'looked for, frilled to innko Its npiicnr ..suice. "K AVlI.I.lAM li. MaHDOOI AND tV). dwilcrs In flno tfrworlc, No. ll."i South Third Htrcet (oiiDoslte thu (.Urn rd Haul; ) I'Mliulol-ililn. Tun Democrat and SturU still Krttin blinp; about thu Coli'miiian. As Mr. ."Toots says in tho piny, " It's of no con 'quenec." , It Is a well-known fuct Hint n yotmg qontlctiinu ran awny with iv talented, beautiful, mid accomplished young lady of this place. It appeavs, from admls Ions uinilo by tho young lady, that the 'young man dressed In such good tn.sto that sho eould not resist him. Hut It pectus that tho young lady's father, who is of a quite practical turn of mind, saw thtf nintter in u dlireront light. Tho old icotitleiimii luw since purchased a suit of clothes at tho establishment patronized by tho young man, nnd became eon "vlnced, from actual experience, that no lady-co...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 17 November 1866

MY CIIUBOU IN TOWN, i. Mr church In town! It fronts our square, With Gothic portnls-Scott designer Toll spire, nnil painted windows rare, There's nothing In nil london finer, A church Hint's counted "very high," A rltuMlstlo rector owning, Who make n clnlm to llcnvcn roly On crosses, candles, nnd Intoning, II. Anil crowds of worshlppors eome there, Who rIvo ono morning of tho scveu To trending with exceeding enro A foshlounblo rond to llenvell Flno ladles who low bending pray, And sigh for services In Lnlln, And mortiry tho flesh each dny In steaming robes of silk and satlu. lit. Tho enrntn, "such n denr," yon know, Airs n white, hand to turn his pages; I hardly think St. Paul did so, When preaching to Athenian sages. Ills doctrine, If It hnvo n fault, Stands much In need of forco and flavor, And makes mo think tho gospel salt lias very nonrly lost Its savor. IV. Where Dives sits, I look In Vain For Lazarus, even nt tho portal I X wonder, does tholr creed maintain Tho rich man only ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 November 1866

$hf Columbian, BMP . JAtf UJttMPUNDENT JOURNAL, e i- runi,mnt kvkiit (UTOiioAT, yt flieamiburff, Colnmbla County, Pn, IK PI. li 't Ji?ro rcnr, In advance. If hot mU in !.ifworfr ' uounri ami t -my ornta. .... . aEonois n. moohf, Klltt 0 the ColcmmAk, iiloorMburg, Columbia Connty, in' -. ' rRiYKI!fEnand wrlntitnd.kntioklvand ttmwn. . . I T 1 ! ffnnl mil tin t. 1 I. ..Ininli.. .nln.l rM Above It, nml looking down, jjjjjT. ftuay, It oepoct lino by lino. "Thb hand hM elMped thomnnd hand tThnt long have; known uo antworlng thrill wMyo have mouldered In ibrolgn land J me In the graveyard on the hill,' OMpnd a mother' hand. In the dar .1 jrnen it WM little and oft and white her, who klatftd It, and went nway. rest till tho waking In Uod'i good light. lover" hand, yean agone, ,. -Who tailed away and left her In teari; "jfcr shr7i torrid un bouw have whitened year arid yean. 'Maea tan hand of n good man true, lt- htf" 9.MT ud fell uleep, tMKiroke'no moreiuid never -knew '"KoTf long that Impr...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 November 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUKG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1866. an oi:oncm it. moorr, juutor. llUXl.MHIlUlUf, HATt.RDAY, NOV SI, 110. mil Lincoln's folicy or res- TOItATION. TiiRntmexcd loiter nocdsnocomment, Ijot tho country rend It. If President! Lincoln lind lived, wo lmvo tho assur ance of tills lntlmiito friend of Hint hon orable man " that President Johnson's policy, as enunciated by him, would, ero this, have been carried Into practical cfieet by Mr. Lincoln." Coming from one who was tho precep tor of tho lamented dead from his rel ative from ono recognized as his por honal, particular friend, this testimony Is Invaluublc. "Vo commend every word of it to tho calm, sober, thought ful attention of tho Intelligent republi cans: DnOATflt, iLUXom, October !, ISM. Editors Statk Krcuhtkr, For tbo past 11 vo years there has been no warm er supporter of tho Administration of Abraham Lincoln than myself. My HUptiort of him was to somo extent con trolled by my knowledge of him. I have known him...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 November 1866

TEffi 'COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1SGG. 0 LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. My rnfurnnm In r.tir n1 vfirHlnn' ml. toning, It will bo scon tlmtit rnro oppnr- - ci rj - tuiitly is offered to purchase real estate estate, , Coi.ONr.fi Daniel II. Neimav. rail, !i (i 'nr - t - - - i ! ?i-M6r of tllO linntoWticilftncl, has been np- f. Mftonlnted Assessor nf flni Wnvniiili llln. f AUflct. m RWii.liam L. Maddook and Co., dealers in lino groceries. No. llfi .South i?flllrtlHlrp.-fc ntniiwltn Mm fllmril Hinkl , 1 1 tliolnl H.uilv) z "tFiraT Snow, On Thursday n,ornlnB ;; '.' Uio Rroiind was covered with snow, .! Itnltlrf flin first vn lmvo bnd t,1il) Konarin. "Tfliitl Fall season lins been reniarkablo for ' tlio lnlldnessof tlioweathor. tWnoxo. Wo observe tho erroneous )Yteni, which states that a " Mrs. Lewis fminlttcdsuicl llo," Is going Js wrong. Ti llttcdsuicldoby hnnglnf; near Dan, tho rounds of tho press, Tho sail niralr occurred In ;nRhlp, .Juniata County. llnyno Tow Montour American...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 November 1866

BY" LEA3? THE ROBEB FALL. LcAV by leaf tho rosea fall, Mropby-droptlro' springs run-dry; Ono by one, beyond recall, Hummer beauties fade uud die ; Hut tho roses bloom ngaln, And the springs will Kh nnow, In the rrteraarrt April ralu, And the Bummer's nun and dew. Bo In hours of deepest gloom, Wlien tiro springs of glndncss fall. And tho rose In tho bloom Droop like maidens wan and pale, We shall find somo hope that lies Like a silent gem apart, Hidden far from careless eyes, In the garden of tho heart. Bomo swoet liopo to gladncsi wed, That will spring afresh and now, When Orlef 's Winter shall have fled, (living placo to rain and dow Borne sweet hope that breathes of Spring, Through tho weary, weary tlmo, lrmltflng for Its blossoming, In the spirit's glorious clime. AGRIOULTUKAL. Keening Apples In Winter. At tho lost Stato Fair In Utica, New York. Delos Randall had on exhibition llussct apples grown a year ago. These apples wero plump, fresh, and of good flavor, qulto as good as th...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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