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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 6 February 1864

COLUMBIA DtiMOORAT. BLOOMSBURG, PENN'A. iatiudny Morning, Feb. G, 1864. nwwwjwi' imwww wwhibwu. wun kwulu i . .jwpipl,. -C6TA unmbor of agricultural items of intcrost, original and sslsotcd, nlll always bo fcuad on the fourth pige of the Demo crat. 05T NYo.aall attention to the advertise ment of Mr. E. U. Uattman, of Hemlock. J3o desigD3 selling, valuable and ueful articles at public sale, on March 2d, 1601. A Jo doe AniiESTKU. Judge Oswald Thompson of Philadelphia, was arrcstod on Thursday as a dessrtor by an officor. Of course it was a mistake. jfttrOol, John G. Fucezg, of Blooms burg has been appointed by the Democ racy of Columbia to the Democratic State Conrentiou, to meet in Philadelphia upon the i!4th of March. .Donation Visit. The friends and par ishioners of the Rev. Wa, Goodrich, we are pleased to observe, intend waking lfiai a Donation Visit, upon the 22ud of Feb ruary, at the Parsonage, a Orangovillo. Mr. J. J. Bhover, advertises first arrival of Spring Goods, in to days...

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. — 6 February 1864

Fon tub Coicmbu Dikocrit, AGRICULTURAL. Co),. Tats: It will bo no less appropriate thati it may no instructivo to imvo a few re marks made public concerning our farmers in relation to their sowing and planting. J is n fact truly remarkable that tho gen orality of tho farmors beliovo in and aro governed by signs in planting their sect5! And it is equally true, that some of this olass are governed by certain signs wh!ch others of tho samo class dlsbeliovo in. Now, it is my purposo to show in as concise and at the samo timo in as com prehensive a manner as tho occasion will permit those who entortain and praetico such croncoiu views, that their positions aro unutorable and should be abandoned, l'or instance somo beliovo whon tho moon points up, is tho propor timo for planting potatoes, and making fence j and when it points down, for sotting stakes and spread ing flax and manuro on meadows. And others beliovo tho revcrso in regard to planting potatoes, In tho first place, I shall rcraov...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 13 February 1864

AND BLOOMSBllRG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI I, TATE, EDITOR "TO HOLD AND HUM Tim TOKOIJ Oil' TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'Btt TUB DAUKBNBD EARTH." TERMS : 32 00 PER ANNUM- VOL. 17 NO. 50. 'PUIS INSTITUTION In unJor the sole management J Mid direction of Prof. I). U'. Lowell, to loin l'rin ilpuloftho . Bl.VO IM.VTOtf COMMl'.liUI.H. CO u.Kan. ' 'the course of Iii4trurtlfin embraces all Ilia requisite ft a thorough pr.icl irnl business education, and has been lately extended by the Introduction or an Ailu.il lluslncss Course, n which llin Hludent encage In thu egutar routine ol business trnusactloiit, exemplified ami familiarised by mentis ol a store, (In which the ecluli lutimst ul buying uiiil sullin foods Is carried do by imcIi student,) iii.l lluslncss Offices, viz : llnnks ,f Ism-Hi;il Deposit, Unll-Uoridingnnd Slenm-noallng l'oit Office, Telegraph, cc &c. TIiq Proprietor has spared no t linn ir expense in ins klnR thin Course tho mnn thorough mid ronipletenf any ever preseutcn in ui pumi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 13 February 1864

CO LliMB I A D li M 0 CR AT. EDITED BY LEVI L. TATE, FflOFIttETOHi DLOOMSBURG, PENN'A : Saturday Morning,Feb. 13,1064. " Onr OoiMlltntlon unard it ever 1 Onr gloriotu Union hold It doar I Otu Btarry Flagforsake It never I The pronJ Oauoaaslan our only poor! FOR PRESIDENT IN 1064, GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN Subject to the decision of the National Convention.) Major. Gm. McClcUan.Uon. II. W, TiuoY,has our moro than ordinary tha'nks for on early copy of Mnj. Gen McOlcllan's Report of the War. CoTlIon. M. Sthouse, M. of 0 has our thanks for Oongrcssioual documents. Speech of Hon. C. L. Lamborton. Wo invito public attention to the speech of Hon. 0. L. Lamberton, of Olarion, do. livcred in tho Senate January 27, on the question of organization. It covers the whole ground reviews tho action of tho Deuiocratio Senators and thoir opponents in a masterly manner aud clearly shows that the "lojal" Senators havo noted very dV.oyally and illegally, in open dofiance and violation of tho Constitution and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 13 February 1864

MW1MI1 Ml. IMtimH U. S.1. COLUMBIA DBMOOBAT. BLO OMSBUItG, P2lNN'A. Saturday Morning, Voh. 10,1004. 1 J? ... , aohl closed all 57;. n. NT.. v.i. ' JJJUliUilY. ' m EST TllO iMoiltOUr (JOUrtfl coininannn cm , next Monday at Danville, psw-mII , ,i -.I u , h-f V0Cail attCUU0U,WltU much pleas- uru tothovnrlomNBwADvnnrxsDMKNW, in '.ho Democrat. JKjT" A donation is proposed to bo giv ing to Itov. David C. John, in the M. E. Ohuroh, Blootnsburg, tbb (Saturday,) afternoon and evening. i a .. "Wo havo on hand aud for sale, fit this olEco, a largo lot of bl ink Deeds, printed in eijpsrior stylo on good paper and of tho (nost approved from. i& Nation si Banks uro about lo bo bturtcd in Sclingrovo,Snydor county, Mif tlinsburg, Union county, Danvilie.aiontoiir Douuty, aud many other place. - CS7- Cor,. . II. IJNT alter hating j fepent a few days with his friends in Col-1 unibia county, returned on Thursday last! to rejoin his Ht'i'iiiicut t!io Sixth Punti'n. ! lloserves, at lirandy Station,in...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 13 February 1864

Select 'jpofttg. A Kiss Upon The Sly. Lot pools ping of Eastern dimes, AlfllgbiaenunBo hours ; Of shady nooks. And bnbuling brooks j Of moon lit orango bowers : Yet still to mo Moro sweet slinll bo, (A joy no wenlth can buj.) A pair of pouting cherry lips, To kiss upon tho sly. Oh lot them bu'tlilihcir lofty rhymes, As e'no so e'ro they may j Hut givo ino still . If so you will ; Another word to say ; Now heru to nil, t Tall, fat or small, 1 vow I'd rather die, Than miss the bliss that's in a kiss, When taken on the sly. JFannct's (fiolumu LET FARMERS READ THIS. Tho higli price of farming productions is a kind of ignis Jatuns which lures tho formes to support the wnr polioy of tho Ad inims.rn.liou, while tho soil under his feet h sliding injparccptably away, and carry iug him to irretrievable ruin. It may Btartlc a farmer to tell lum that half of his farm now belongs to the Govornmeut, but it is nevertheless true. Efcn admit ting that tho Southorn S.-tatcs will bo com pelled to retu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 20 February 1864

" "'w"w"wwwwmiihi imiiiiiiiii i i ... , i ' " 1 ii 1 1 i i bi i in mil iiigipi i win am uf i iimi mam n i mihiwm 1 1 1 m ii- -- - r ".J " " ' ' T"!!.' J. " -T''J!3 -j' ;y.-j-T ill "n ra, l.-iJT COTJJMRTA 0Mm DEMOCRAT Ml) BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. VOL. 17. NO, 51. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOUCH "OF TRUTH AND .v'AVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNU M VOLUME 27 ' BLOOMSBURG, OOUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1864. Select Ipoctnu The Angel's Whisper. ny 8AUKii i.ovnrt. A mipciatltlan nf Emm benuty prornlU In Ireland, lint when n clillil pinllcs In its sleep, It l "talking vlth tlie ungcts." A baby wns nlcoiltig. Its motlipr was weeping, I'or liir liuslmml waj f.ir oil the ullrt racing sjn, And tlio teiii!ft vni mvcIIIiik lluuiul th'j fllicrmnii' iluclllug. And the crloil, "Ucrinot, darling, O, comii back to mu. Ilur beads wlills stio numbered. Tlio buliy still slumbered, And smiled In her face, ns flic bended tier kneo ; O. blc'sc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 20 February 1864

bditbd Br luv: u tatb, rnorntnTon, "LOOMSBURG, PENN'A t Saturday Mornlng,Fob. 20,1864. " Onr Oonitllttllon -unaM It crer ! Oar glorlon UnlonhoM It dear I Onr Etarry riari fonnka It nevtrl Tn promt Onucaitlan onr onljr peer! fft'ir-.".-?"'"" rT -a TOR FitESIDENT IN 1B64, PTTnDPir Tl M'PT 1?T l A "M i ttJiU.nAJ.Tj D, JL LLi Iliij Li A IN BnbUd to Ib9 ecl.lon of U. National Convention.! UmmwsKSiiTO.a ------- I U na V ALLA.NDItUAM r UNB, 01 VJU10, , ! n i o ,. " T J ' . : "oditorwho dono tho printiuc was Wm nwt fini-iAiiB nAtifviiMiiinni n tiirtii n irn in ' 1IUUI IU1IVU9 Vl'Ull I Mil I IVUJ I UIMVItlOWM w KThe Pennsylvania Senate it meet ing and adjourning oca!ionally,waitiDg for tho election iu White's district, which is advertised to take place some time this month, whether legally or not Most of lVi. mntnlmm tmn niiirili.it niT ntifl rtnnn bmo. Wo noticed on toveral ballots the ! . . . vote stood 5 to 0. Hoavybustnc.ircaly I nnn on oscauso inc Jivguuununu .-.1 -1, , .l. T . I?. - 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 20 February 1864

OOLl'HBIA DBHOCmT.' - Saturday Morning, Feb. 20,1 004. tl . . - . way- uills or OAI.C nave recently been t.rlnted at this office, and tho advertise- mcnts inserted in the Columbia Demo- chat, uttering for rale tlie following val- prTriJ1 VU '" Willi in 'P QttiH.iHh A .1 ...;..!.. i I v'.lL Vr ii " : V Lt i , lU0 i Estate of lauicl bliunmu, dcoctisad.. USLUkU U JSri IHMl n ll ll ill l ll . I nnn loni personal property, in Main township on tho 23d and 3 Ith of February. avi A. & S. A. Hutchison, Guardians of Levi A. & S. A. Hutchison, Guardians of tho nilnur children ol'Wm, Hutchison, ! ticeeauou. Ileal Estate, in Mr.. IMn.icf.tiH twp., on Tuesday, March 1st. Kliiha B. Ilartiaan, personal property, in Hemlock township, on Wednesday! the Und of Match. Jacob A. Swisher, personal property, in u.,uu .wwu....,,, vu aaiutuay, mo urn . of Mitrcli. Oeorgo Miller, personal property, in Main township, on Tuesday, March tith. JIugh 1). McHrido, Adminitrator of the L'state ot Franklin McH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 20 February 1864

$ armors ueparimcni. SIOK ANIMALS. It is of vastly more importance to keep nnimals in tjoalth than to euro thom whou I sick. As a general rulo animals may bo Kept in good heallli by the obsorvanoo of a few simple rules : 1. Animals should always bo fed with rotmlnritv Vinlli in rnttwint In timn ntwl regularity, DOIU in respcot 10 lime aUU quantity. Overfeeding often tho cause of disoaso. 2, Thoy should always havo water as often as required, and that which is pure. Horses will not drink of hard, limo or clayod, can havo access to pure water. 3. Do not overwork horses and oxen, Regular and moderate labor will accom plish moro in tho VOar, and ken thom in I u ... uu jriM u mum ill bolter condition, than ovorworkin" at ono nml 800,1 "Pi"1"10- , - , . ,. i WEAKNESS OR Unilll.ITT INDUCED UYOVElt timo and resting and overfeeding at ano- fatigue it... I Will soon disappear by tho usoof those Invaluable luor I rills, and the Suldlor will quickly acquire additional . a . . t ill -i. strength...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 27 February 1864

DEMOCRAT i 9 AND BLOOMSBUHG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI I. TAT IS, EDITOR TERMS: J2' 00 PER ANNUM. "TO HOLD AND TKDI TIIK TOUCH OP TRUTII AND A' AVE IT O'ER TUB DARKENED EARTH." Vol. 17. no, 52. BLOOMSBUHG, COUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1864. VOLUME 27, OLUMBTA PINE TfFlEE iJLlllDi A if 1 Saturday Morning, Feb. 27,1 0G4. 5s Hie Vilnl Principle of the I'luc Tree. Lincoln's Reconstruction.--Gen. Banko Master of the Situation. -Department of the Guif. New Orleans, January 21. THE MASTER OV THE SITUATION. An "autograph" letter from Mr. Jin coin to Gcucralljanks was read at a ncot iug tho other night, which isthu3 reputed in the radical Tunes, The snoakir said 'tho reorganization of Louisiaia was ! greatly desirod bjr tho shortest possible method, was desired uot onlyly tho loyal people of tho State, but of the United Stated and by the President, aud to show tho desires of the Presided and tho high authority by which Gcnc.al Banks's pro clamation was su-tainrJ, read an aut...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 27 February 1864

COLOMBIA DMA!. EDITED BY LEVI I. TATE, I-ROmtETOtli DLOOMSBURG, PENN'A : Saturday Morning,Fcb. 27,1064. "Our Oonstlnulon snnrd It evert Our clorlom Union hold It dear 1 Onr Starry Flacforsako It nerer I The proud Oaucaatlan our onljr peer I roll PRESIDENT IN 188 J, GEORGE B.M'CLELLAN ( Subject to Uia decision of tho National Contention.) j a i The National Democratic Con-' vention. At a meeting of the National Democrat ic Committee, held at Nov York this day, It was unanimously voted that tho next National Democratic Convention for tho purpose of nominating cendidatcs for the Presidency and Tieo Presidency of tho United Stato3, to bo held at Chicago, Illi nois, on Monday, July 4, 1804. By voto of tho Committee at a meeting hold September 7th, 1803, tho number of delegates for each Stato was fixed at doub le tho number of its doctoral votes, AUGUST BELMONT, Chairman. Fred. O, Prince, Secretary. JNew York, Jan, 12it, 1801. Lumijpii '.y.TrTmarTBiaBWffiraH IU Uu I Mil .Jill 1 1 C-af Hil...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 27 February 1864

If HO 1,11 Rl A I) I! MflnilAT.1.,. -. " " u courteous traveling agent of the .. . , .- celebrated publishing houso of MeBsrs, Saturday Morning, Feb. 27,1864. Jo.n.on, vtf & Co., of New York.Ts tfVrr"' . 1 ,oft on our tabl fu"r copies of "Portrait WTIUV. BDV. Mujiur. will by Gallery of Eminent American.." Th D.vino pormisHon-prcaoh, on Sabbath work is filled will, full lenalli portraila of vt ln.mnrrnwA nl .nn.li.ni 1.1 i... .. . .. "-"fa"' porira.118 01 "r , " -..... uuuluu an mo distinguished men of tho country of Uloom.burg. wllh biomnhioa, nnil ,., . . . 8QT ltcv. Geo, W. Scott, will prcaoh in tho Baptist Uhuroli, in Blootnsburg, on Sabbath next at 10' o'clock a. m., and at hall past 0 In tho evening. biocraphioa! and hlstoricitl kIoiM.d. of caoh. The Maior DSr Vniui: Notes, in neat and legal form for principal and bail just printed and for sale at the offico of the Columbia Democrat. SQr Judgo Klwoll is holding a special court in Schuylkill county this week ; and Judgo Merc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 27 February 1864

MANURE OFDIFFEItENT CLASSES OF ANIMALS, Cows in full milk or willi calf, sccroto from their feed groat quantities of valua ble uubsinnccs which fatten cows or oxen will not withdraw fiom what they oat hence the manure of the milch cows U not worth nearly so much as that of fnttoning nnimala. This mint bo ovidont from the obvious fact, that out of tho milk, or what would bo milk, tho entiro itructuro of a 5 weeks old calf is formed Tho calf con tinues to grow and learns to oat tho namo food that the COWi doCS, and lor E0VCral , . , , i VCari U building Up hlS frainO Of heavy ; ,, .. , , , . l-i bones; all the Valuable ingredients per-I maticntly ontering into Ins eystom, , I e I UtS ejSlOm, 01 . course como out of his focd, and would, woro ho a full grown steer, have r.assod into tho manure. Manv farmors are like- . . , , ., . . , i.rr i ly to UUdorvalUO tllO important Ujfferences I ,, ... P ., . vrr ID tllO quality Of lUO excrements Of Ullfcr- , . i i. i P . l. int. CUt Classes Of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 5 March 1864

DEMOC 1- , AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. !EV1 L. TATE, EDITOll TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNUM- "TO HOLD AND TItIM TUB TO110II OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TUB DARKENED EARTH." iTOL. 18. NO. 1. BLOOMSBURG, COUMBiA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1864. VOLUME 28. MBIA RAT. V .i i i. I 4 v wtw r jCDrigiual ftodtii. flk Wkittck for the Columbia IIkmcciut A Sabbath-eve Poem. tlio trailing shadows of tlio western woods ?Aro cast n enrth again ; 4 nil ever thus sad thoughts, in multitudes, fComu thronging on my brain. J I ! . 1 fliouglits I and of what? ferehanco my spirit yearns. lAnd reaches towards yon bright &lestlal sky. whoso starry watch-firo burns Ju'liore thcro Is no more nlglu t Pe reliance this fertile vision wildly strains i Jt pierce that aiurc veil : Tu lead this weary sou! through heavenly lanes, Beyond this cloudy pdlc I J Ofiolds cerulean I -past these mortal wars, IJThls longing and this strlfr, tluvryo for me a home beyond the stars, arerennlal with life ? 2 (there, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 5 March 1864

He"" COLOMBIA DEMOCRAT. iui--j'i , y - rrTTrnr 120 IX ED BY LEVI U TATE, TKOPntETOR, DLOOMSDURG, PENN'A s Editors' Correspondence The following nro extracts of a privato letter, from ono of tho best nicu aud purest Financial and Commercial. Tujssuy, Deo. '220 V, M. Mr. Scofotary Chase, in his annual re- Domocrats in Pennsylvania, now at liar-' Port to Congross, scorns vory anxious to Saturday Morning, Mar. 5, 106frjgnd8lniid rislutg, to tlio Editor oftho "Columbia JJcraocrat." flatrisburg, March 1, 1801. My Dbaii Col. Taiki Yours of yesterday has been received. for which JjKaHo accept my .iucoro thanks J L am return to spooie payments, and ho thinks it can ana will bo brought about, much soouorthau tho pooplo anticipate Wo have boforo informed him that ISnglnnd consumed ten years aftor her wars with Napoleon to reach tho resutt that Mr. lbaso now dosiros and promifca to accom Our Constitution guard 11 ever I Onr glorious Unionhold It doarl Our marry riag forsake it never! fne proud ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 5 March 1864

COLUMBIA DHHOORAT. fcatitrday Morning, Mai'. 5, 10G4. EST Call ntiil got ono ol Dr. llorlnclior'a Pamplcti. CGr Tun Ladies' Hook, was hero last week, for March. It u very beautiful and deeply Interesting. Godoy U a noble pub lisher aud popular journalist. . CQ- Peterson's La die 'a National Maga zine, for March, is upon our Table. It is &oltcn.up in elegant type, and in orna mented with very superior Fashion Plates. Prieo 2 00 per year. EST Tho body of Malcon Mason, late K member of Company A., Oth llcgiment Pennn. Reserves, was intcrrod iu Rose mount Ccmitcry, Bloomsburg, on Sunday last, with honors of war. lie died in a Washington Hospital. S, 1 In Town. Tho man who voted for Curtin to "savo the Stata from a draft" was in town yesterday. His Cut inquiry was for Doctor John, lie has como to tho conolusiou that tho ''goldiera' friend" is a first-class humbug. CSrWe call tho attontion of those in want ofa good substantial 7 Octavo Piano, Forto to the advertisement of Grovcstoeu &...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 5 March 1864

Farmer's Department.! HINTS ON RAISING CALVES. Calvos tiro rnlsod for voal, or to becomo , milk proJticors, or to bear tho yoke, or i unbroken to bo usatl nsbcof. Whoro tho production ofTcal is most prolitablo, it is usuhlly best to givo each good cow'! two calves to Teed, and let them run with 1 her and havo all tho milk they will draw.' In winter and carlcy spring, this cannot bo dono, and the calves must bo brought to tho cow thrco times, a day for tho first week or fortnight, and twioo a day 'after, that; if tho calves lcavo any milk, tho cow should bo thoroughly stripped each timo. This nlan saves much labor in . , milKtllg. allll SO 600n as OIIC pair Of onlVCS .. .. ... Das been SOlU to tho butcher, another pair) may take their places. - (,. .. vuna ..in uauuiij 1 own auj calves given to thorn after one or two milkino times, and thev mav then bo , r, . ... , , .. ! lCtt to run together in the pasture. Tho I , til. i r I Calves SUOUlU DC nearly Of an ago, No COW that will not g...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 12 March 1864

DEMOCRAT. AN J) BLOOMSRURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. VOL. 18. NO, 2. HWMIimilllH COLUMBIA IgMOCRAT. Saturday Moruing,Mar. 12,1064. Negro Equality to bc Enforced by a lav of Congress. We Invite attention to lli3 speeches be low which took place in tho U. S. Smiuo on tho 10th int Read tho speech's, , white men, and then consider the position you are to be brought to by the Republican-Abolition nirty. Tno loaders of that party aro dcti rmiui.d tha'. tk) negro shall t ,luir n0COlllo;jaljo . bllt luu difficulty, I two distinguished "Senators Irom Musmi be cousidcred your equal, in every ro-pect 'suppose bat ari'on because th- negro tie ciiuutts and the Senator fiom Minnesota io dirureiiGi whit vour own oninion nn v dined to ride in the e.irs that aro iv ovlle 1 a '' t"ld tllQ wuntry that this is the end ha on tho subject. Thev are now bob: to - , . i . make this doe.! jntton. and every Kopub I , ' ' ' lion m the b.-natu voted lor the rejoin- ' tion offered by Samner, and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 12 March 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. EDITED Ot LEVI U TATD, PROPRIETOR. " - 1 1 DLOOMSDURG, PENN'A : Saturday Mornlng,Mar. 12,1004. " Onr Conslltotlonguard II avert nr glorious Unions-hold It dear I Onr Starry nagforsake It never I The promt Oancasslanonr only poor I TOR TRESIDENT ljf 1864, GE011GE B, M'CLELLAN ( Subject to (he decision ef the National Convention.) Tho State Senate. It is unnecessary to writo onyfhing in vindication of tho courno of Democratic Sonotors of Pennsylvania or to reply in any manner to the abuso hcapod upon them by tha Abolition press. They bi liavo now, as they at did at tho com mencement of the session, that the Senate is not legally organized, and they act upon that boliei, Their courio is understood and approved by tho Democratic party, and by the intelligent and honest menout of the party, who dosiro to sco the Consti tution and laws obscrvod, and safo prece dent respected and followed. Senator 'Clymer spoko for all tho Democratio Sen ators when be said a few days ein...

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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