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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 12 March 1864

u mfrmtiT AAt.yyy rC-rfj COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Saturday Mornin&Mar. 12,1004. ; 1 u-- I SIho First National Bank ofBlootns turg woot into operation oa Monday last, SrT Any person desiring some seeds of tho Tobacco Plant, can be sajplied by balling, on Col. Freer. AST A contctnpoory has a correspond sut crho writes to congratulate the new ed itor that his paper has very much im proved. Heaven knows, there was ubun 'dant room for improvement, iSy-Tho mansion Farm, late of Frank lin MoBrido, dcod., in Hemlock township, containing a littlo over ninety nine acres ; was on Tuesday Inst, sold to Isaao G.j Pursel, Etq., for SO, 188 71 by the ad-' uiinistrator of said Estate. , ' ESftlnlumbiu count? osciHien the draft. 1 . ... , . . . ' 1. ..-,.. tills,. 1 tJ nllnln nn im ni.a voluntesrs. tumult; iiuuu ii iiuu.it uy floirislowu Remittor. Tho above paragraph is not true. Fivo or six tjwribliips in tlw county, have tilled their quota, leaving some eighteen cr "'twerit yet in tho draft. TltH Sp...

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. — 12 March 1864

Parmer's Department. JFRIISiVDS Ac UliliATBVISS OPTIIU Bravo Soldioru find Sailors. BARGAINS ! ' Another Call. DR. WISHART'S PINE TREE I BYRGAIN8! ; 5o, IK YOU WANT TO BUST tt. .(111 lll.lll 7 1 1 1.' 1 1 I J) 1 1 lll'j i'l " ' WHAT FARMER HOYS SHOULD KNOW. According to the Annual Register for 1803, every farmer's boy should know how, anouof or later 1. To dress liirmclf, black his own shoos, cut his brother's hair, wind a watch, bow a button, make a bod, milk a cov,anil keep (ill his clothos in ncrfeot order, and neatly in place S. To harness a horse, crease a nngon and drive a team. 3. To carve, and wait on table. 4. To shear the sheep and dress a veal of mutton. 4. To reckon money and keep accounts accurately and according to good book keeping rules. 0. To write a noat, appropriate, briefly expressed business letter, iu a good hand, and fold and superscribe it properly, and write contracts. 7. To plow, sow grain and grass seed, drive a mowing machine, "swing, a seythe, build a no...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 19 March 1864

DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, I LEVI L TATE, EDITOR, TERMS: J2 00 PER ANNUM- "TO HOLD AND TRIM TEH TO HO II 01' TUUTII AND WAV1S IT O'JiJR TUI5 DARKENED EARTH." BLOOMSBURG COUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1864. VOLUME 28. ! 4 Select poetry. Prom ih j Philadelphia Sunday Mercury. -Hace for the Preoldentlal Nom ination, Between the SitlyliTiiled Horse Mack Abe and Greenback Glum, "lUmni'jU I bn.b. ilJet rouo"-aunifaita. Drln j nut your nag, for now begins TIii! Presidential face , There are two horac In Ilia tluU Mack AbJ a nil Greenback Chase, Dotli of ttism at tin) atittinij post, llavo tahsa uu their station ; 1hi horse that snorts and tuiu tha bsst, Will g.t I'aj nomination. iFour years ago Mack Abi run On tlu Chicago coutaa ; Although a swlndtin.i race, hg was Declared tha svlnnlng herse. A nlifgsr Jockey now healriJea This old stala Jolting hack ; And Oreelcy swears that bo will bit Ilia gray coat on tin ISUck, Tho Greenback horse has not befor J Horn ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 19 March 1864

S ? n ? ,U wUI,- After this act of usurpation the now I garnered harvest of bravo man rotting in 1Z rr81' bo known long Senate, , by a unanimous vole, adopted a prison, victims to tho malignant heresies fitter it lias HscU diiapnearod from tho ob- resolution to procoCd to nn election for, of thoso who advouato tho social, politick Boryation or men. It is tbcroforo an db- Speaker. If it U not true that tho offico atul military equality ol the black and jeet of high utility to exclude a nogro pop- was vacant, (as tho undoraigned contend,) white races. ulalion from our northorn States, where 11 IS U)13)lacctl and lUluriOUS. anil nnnfirift I ., , " -; t to tho southern country, whoro natural, industrial, and social conditions permit its ozistcnco. But the uut tho mam point, and it is the oont elusive ono, upon which wo insist in o , , '77r , ,, ,u'u "I'P8 ing tho repeal ol tho fugitivo laws, Is tho right of tho3o who "hold ncrsons to scr vice and labor undor thb laws of a Stato' to requ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 19 March 1864

4, . A 4 mrnm democrat,!' W Saturday lYIoriiing.Mar. 19,1061. 5-: -r-- , - - - r - -r Wr liftvn t.n W'nr fvrma if imnnrtnllCll. I. i v " S . K2T To-day tho water is to bo lot in the J ,Canat Ks2f Wm. Peacock, Esq., of Blooms Iburg, has been appointod by Governor Curtiu, Notary Publio of Columbia co. csy Greenwood township, tlii 3 county, offers a bounty of thrco hundred dollars Ho volunteers to (ill tluir quota. EST Rev. Geo. V. Scott, prooahos in tho Baptist Chuioh of this plnco on ,b'un- ,j day next nt 10 o'oloek in tho foronoon, and half prist nix in the evening. Hotel Change Mr. John A. Siiuman, baa purchased tlio JIainvillo Hotel, of ilr. John ill. Suss, and intends commencing operations tbcro upon tlio first of April. Dr. Johu oonlinues his boast ol the in-' a Abolition Senator, the above rcsolu erctwiug prosperity of the Republican. A j 'ons were ordered to, bo printed in tho Lincoln iofco. It is an asiomic tiuth.that ! oounly paper?, together with the yeas and "an empty wago...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 19 March 1864

t. Farmer's Department. HOW MUOlI FARMERS LOSE BY ALLOWING TIIKtlt COWS TO UE COME POOR. It ia a Now England maxim, ihnt'farm. crs cannot afford to keep poor cows, nor to keep cowd poor." Taking cither horn of this dilenia, there h abundant ground to show, beyond n doubt, that it is tho very wont syitom ol policy that a fanner can praotice, to keep his tows on such a slintod supply of food that they will inotitably bo como poor nnd emueiated, or, to keep them on poor food or on such fodder as will afford very little nouiishmcnt to the animal. When cows havo been kept on littlo fod tUr until they show, every rib in their bod ies, and their necks havu fallen downward iiko the neck of an Asiatic dromedary, they cannot be profitable to their owners. And why ! Beoau3c, a poor cow will not give as rich milk, nor as much of it as tho same cow would civo wero aha toU v i , ... , ... . , Crably fat, HOW, it the Illllk bo poor Of oourto a much larger quanity of it will bt Tcquired to make u p...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 March 1864

democrat: COLUMBIA AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. DEVI L. TATE, EDITOR "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH 01? TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TEKMSs $2 00 PER ANNUM- VOL. 18. NO, 4. BLOOMSBURG, COUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1SG4. VOLUME 28' Select flJoctrg. Written for ttie Philadelphia IS'Jnday Mercury. Alaa ! And Did My Soldier3 Bleed. ,lTa bt Sung by all U, S. Chaplains. '- ti or nova i. ! Aim t and did my aoldlera blea J. And ill J my conicrlpti die Woulil darklea riakthair woolly buda mm, Vt Uch 3 1 ' Wii itforerlm:) thai tha dona j To att the "nig-sr." free I Anmlng pity, crlinci unknown, Uli, whither shall 1 Ilea I Well may the aun In datkneaa hide, And shut his glnrlea In I 01 Pdrthousanda of my brarca ha-n died. And t mutt bear the aln. Jt Wnara ahall t hide my bluihing fue. While phliitom forim nppear I I'd forfeit all uiy kindred racn To keep my oncl;nco claar. Hut tiara of grief can no'er fpay Tha drsbt nf death I mvo ; Her.1. "Dirki," 1 give you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 March 1864

EDITED BY LEVI I.. TATE, FHOPIUETOn. BLOOMSDURG, PENN'A : Baturday Moi'nlng,Mar.26,10G4. ' Onr Constitution ---tuard. It over! Oar glorious Union hold It dear I Oar Btarr Flag forsako tt never I Tbt proua Oauoasslan our only porl TOn PRESIDENT IN 1804, GEORGE B.M'CLELLAN I Subject to the decision of the National Convention.) Bwii.MiiUMUMiiiirjujjuniiii)ijLriii.iiiiiiii McOlellau for President. k tremendous moetinjr, iu favor of Gon r McClcllan for President was held at the Cooper Institute, New York, on Thurs day evening. The crowd wa& so immense, and tho zeal and iuipaticnco of tho multi tud so evident, that the meeting was or ganized long before tlio Lour appointed Hon. Atuos Kendall was proposed and 1ioscd President of the meeting amid loud and prolonged cheers. On assuming the hair ho addressed tho meeting in a brief and eloquent speech on tho situation of the ountry and in favor of Gen. McClcllan, His address was followed by loud cheers for McOlellan, tho song "McClcllan an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 March 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Saturday Morning.lVInr. 26,1064. AnniYED. Tho season for pruning fruit and shade trees and grapo vines. -1 pgr One hundred copies of Genera McClellafiB Rport for ilo bj Ool, Freeze, Prios Filty csnts . oopy call and gt n. WHAT Next. It is proposed in Nor Tort tn introduce into tlio churches ''iii' THd pews" and ''sleeping pows." tS 0m. McClellari's report in tho various editions sells liko Lot cakes. The country evidently beliovcB in him. As Tin Expected. Tho lie about Ren McOlcllan's interview with General Lee proves to be ''a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifiyng nothing." The Spotted Fever etill oontinuos its imarkof death in Luxorno county. The Union records six deaths in Kingston, fiom the disease, last week. The noblo Democracy of Oentro town hip, Gol. co., on Friday last, effectually wept the field, not even giving the aboli 'tiouiiU a !bow for office. The Old Fogies who govern tho town will annually spend moro money than is required to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 March 1864

Farmer's Department. DISCUSSION ON GRAPES. At the last meeting of Fruit Growers,in Iloohcitor, New Yrk,soiiio very eenihlo remarks were matlo by soveral gentlemen on the sulijcct of grapc-growim and nine making. Judge Larowc saiJ. that tho man, who pays tho best attention to his .,, . . TIDC9 Will realize tWlCO as many crapes as " the) other man who lets "naturo have her ... Own Way i that tho Consumption OlKrapCS , ,. .1 i 11 in this country inoro than doubles every , i .1 ,,, -r, , . , . year, that in tllO Village Ol Bath, in his ... II , I If cuuiibjr, nuuu vuum iius uaei nun a iuu uvo years ago, used five tons tho past year; that four tunes of grapes upon an average can he raised on an acre, having himself raised Cvo toti3 ; that the labor per aero did not exceed 8 10, with him less ; and that ho plants his vines 8 feet by 8. He added that the proper way was to fill tho trellis with now wood and fruit and cut out all tho old wood. Thoje bearing this jcar should be cut of just be...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 2 April 1864

MOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR, TEH MS: $2 00 PER ANNUM- "TO HOLD AND TItIM THE TOU0II OP T11UT1I AND WAVE IT O'EU TUB DARKENED EAItTH." VOL. 18. NO. 5. BLOOMSBURG, COUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, APRIL 2 , 1SG4. VOLUME 28. in. 10 I. iet If in- lin In J lie. Ib Ir.l Iful Ml Ind led in lur lie, It liff- ii.. let. Iter" lien IP Ncu)5iucrliscmcnts-! Court Proclamation WIIP.ItUAS. Hi Uoi. WUMW nt.wn.t, PtP.lijcnt , lu.leq of lhr Court f Oyr mid Terminer and (.i-n- s&iffir sMao k i e.lcl ami ...i'iii i i'. i i .I.- i,. III UK' J'JIII JllllKMI MlflTICIi C,)llliUBUU .1.1,1,, ......... im of Colnuttji j. rfulllvan and Wyoming nti-1 tlio Hon. John U'lleynnldnfcSt 'phcii I(alily,Afsoclnt;Jil.!ir'B ol t.olilui. dl i county hive L.ued tln-lr pn r r'.'- atlnr iiatu the .Hi liny of ll. u . li th y "ir if "ir Lord ono t houstiii-1 i-lsht b.i'idrc! nu.l .uty-llir." ami In mo directed fur hoI'lltiR a i.'ourt of tyur uit.l T.t.hIii't ft nd iii-iu-r.il Jnil deli...

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

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. EDITED IY. LEVI I.. TATE, rROPHIETOa BLOOMSBURG, PENN'A : Saturday Morning, Apr. 2, 10G4. " Our Oonttllntlon cnard It ever I Onr glorious Union hold it dear I Our marry riag forsako It never I The proaa. Oaucasslan our only peer' Ton PRESIDENT IN IBM, GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN '( Subject to the dcclalon of tho National Convention.) Cokorim, bt x vote mas.lt ckahibous, r-Assan the .roi.LowiNO maotOTioit, wmcn tirrtiuacs -rut voice or HIE MlTIOK S II THE T SUE STANDARD OF LOYALTY .' firced upon tha country by the dltuilonists of tho Snuihcrn ei(itci,iowinRriiwmjMMnth(iCoi)iituiitiin (luvornmcnt, anil In anna around I ho Capital; Hint In Ihts NMlonM emergency, Congress, bnnlalilnir nil Ted. Ing of morn pasalon fir resentment, will recollect only us duty to tho whoio niintryi it i trari. ...t k-dred "mat the preterit ilpntorablo civil war hs boon en lir partin any fitirit of opprenion.or for any ptir rssa oftoitauti t or tnbiupaiion orTurvonof ettrihttuirtr or interfering n...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 2 April 1864

COLOMBIA DEMOCRAT, Husbands, Sons nod Brothers oro serving gtUurday Morning, Apr. 2, 1004.'.aekl a ,oro Decca8a;y or Mh jfl Cr Potersoa'f Ladies National Mag azine is hero of April. 1'rioo $'i 00 per year. OSr The blus birds, the robbiu and other little songsters are looking about umong tlio trees. Daniel MuIIl'.miv, Kpq., Treasurer of Coliiwbiii co., will publish Treasurer's Sale of" Unseated Linda, iu the next Col iimbiu Demount, C& The fund which the friends of Mr. Vullatidighatn.iu Ohio nro raiting for htm, iu his unlawful and shameful exile, now ntnnuuu to SM.OOO. nS- March cauio Iu With u fnow torni !t,..t .... ..ill. ....... !.... C.1if..!.. aim unui uu. .11.11 ..,. uiua iUioiijiii once moro, tho old proverb which never .vm true ; and obtained its currency situ, jily iu the alliteration oT tlic "Lion" and lie uiii'o. " ( C5T Col. Froexs bus just received a now cotikigcmcut of valuable boul;, among whit h are "MiiOlollaiis Life and Reports" -'Shcplntd's Constitution!.! IVx...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 2 April 1864

Farmer's Department. The Planting of an Applo Tree. HY V CUI.LEN UUYANT, Com?, let ui plant the npple trae I Cleave the toiijh grcchiwori1 with tht ipa.le' Wide let It. hollow bed ba mi id ; Them gently Uy the mots, Mid then 81ft the dark mold with kindly cafe, And ptest It ocr them tenderly! A. round the sleeping lafant'a feci. We lofily fold theeradcl .htet : So plant the apple tree. What plant we In the apple tree I Budi which the breath or lummer days tJhall lengthen Into leafy .prays ! Houghs, whro the tlirmh with crimson bmit Shall haunt nnd sing and hide hit ncit, We plant upon ths sunny lea A shadow for the moontlde hour. A shelter from the summer shower, When e plant the apple iter. What plant tv In the npplo tree I Rweets Torn hundred flowery spring.', To load the May wind's restless wings, When, from tho orchard row, ho pours Its fragrance through our open doors i A world of blossoms fur til) bee ! Tlowers for the sick girl's client ruom; Tor tho glad Infant springs of bl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 April 1864

of Kl unrii MkWKll 4 LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR VOL. 18. NO. 6. W MHJUJU-IM . Court Proclamation WniKniJAS. tha IIiwVium;i I;mvu.i, I'rnfiJ.nl l tin1 n V .""' V".'!H ".' i";r. 'lVr'""" r n ' f ral J.iil Delivery. (.Vurt (.1 (tunttrr d -miona (,r It,, I -aco and Court of Common flu is n!i,i Oroi, ,., .,. in t ho sMtli Ju,ei District, comnoeu.l of iti . counle. r Cii.iinl1in,S.illlv.iii an I Wy.iiniiia, mi I Mi. Ili.i J,,lm : "" ';iii; -"I'll"", ii .i.iy ..u.n,. i' j ,,i, , , r ';,f yimtti'd an, i vly t .,.,! t mo .ilr ct-.I fr , ,e a .Virt of y r m.lT.rnil,, rand (ion ml Jail I ivofv tcbruu-y lH'Xt, t-, loiitiuiiuouuw, ik. ,,Au..X. !:,U.y. S'V''1! 10 """"' ' Justice, y, nM.i III o'clock la II,, n.rc-n.H-ii of,, , I , ",y v II, , , fi1'""" '' lii'l'it'iti..:, and ,,i.r rui c i, ,ai " , , ' -I'X, ' "e1,w!"c" ! ,!lplf ' PI t la i t he Ion r .,,- ,i in .... .'i.- ... ' " "" '." ""ir I ',K I . "' r"!,"!"i"'' i-H mid ki.to to ,",.,!: yum. ,ini in ,, ii mtcmiuiici;. acreealdviothilrnoil,.,.,, I I...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 April 1864

SUITED BT LEVI L. TATE, PROrRIETOB, BLOOMSBURG, PENN'A : Saturday Morning-, Apr. 9, 1864. "Onr Oonstltmlon snard It srerl Onr glorloua Unionhold It doar I Oar many Flagforsaks It never I Th proud Caucasslanonr only ptsrl Spottrtj pKVP.n. The numerous fail den deaths daily occurring in various lo calities, oausod by a disease styled ''spotted fovur ' nro cuough to startle tlio peoplo of any community. It is well, liowovcr, to look to tbo cause, nud not giro way to en perstitious ideas of nomo terriblo plague. Disease of this type is produced by materia arising from decomposition of nuimal or vegetable matter, or both, and from long coufincd foul nir. ''Spoiled fever'' is doubtless a new noma for an old one, and might be better known as malignant ty phoid, TOR ritESIDEN'T IN 1884, Emotion of Stats Tuiasunnn. By , -!., e . !i a .1 . j t ), 1VL LLLiLLAJN ed on Wcdusday tho 10th in.t., the Leg (Subject to tho decision of the National Convention.) islnturo met in joint convention at 8 o'c...

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

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT.- Saturday Morning, Apr. 9, 10G4, tdT Candidates for Sbctiffnrc in ttbun- II5C. "Thomas Dunn,'' liai not yet returned those "Gold Specks." CSr' EpolliU lever" is jiakint iti appear ance in Eastru Ohioi par Rov. Geo. W. .Scott, trill preach on to-morrow, at 10 und 7 o'clock, in the Rsptist Church . 02r JciSi! Colbman, E-q., Prothono torjr ot Colunil;i county, liu loitd ttiootnilurg. ui (t& We will notice the clinuga iui'M-mcn, uten tiny advettisc tml til fcf our duty. of bu tbut ii ! lU-v. U1.0 tlcNTiit, fornibily tifi EtMtsvillf, in this county, ii now located tu .Neve Udrlm, IVuu co. -tT Hun. Wm. A. WallCH, Son.itor fiom v.'earfiuld, ha cur thanks for bis JUsnsnn. for 1 1 volo on Aus?i.dtneu:i to the OotlMtitUt.O'.l. j&- There bu beuit a good ie nl of banging nf residenem this .-pring. Our fiiandi uiiii give u notico if The Demo tru (ai' lo reach them. There nre now 40,001) hiok in the inili srr bo'pitnlK throughout the country. 7,000 nro in the hospitals ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 April 1864

.. . msj rrri r 'Department. IFHUEflliB & KELAOTVES or tug Bravo Soldtera and Sailors. BARGAINS!" BARGAINS Another. .Gall; PME TOES MORE MEN WANTED I HOUSES. Any thing that a liorsa oan tonoli with his noso, without using harmed ho docs not fear. Thercforo, tho hand, halter, girth, blanket, saddle harness, urnhiclla, buffalo, robe, or whatovcr is brought In proximity to him, bhould bo first touched by that sensitivo organ. A knowlndgo of this important fact, as loarncd by attending a course of llarov'u lectures, is the main secret ol his eucccs in taming horses. Ilia strap method of training horses is useless except in cases of aggravated ill temper; and such oases ro usually tho rosult of mismanagement. THE ROLLER. Why don't our farmers uso tho roller more frcquoutly ! Is it bceauso they aro not willing to incur tho expences of pur ohasc ? Is it becauso tlioy aro not di.,po8' cd lo bestow the extra amount of labor in volved in rolling their fields, or is it bu cuuso tnoy uo not...

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

M0CRAT2 AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. $fEVi L, TATE, EDITOR TERMS : 2 00 PER ANNUM "TO HOLD AND TRIM THIS TORCH Olf TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TUB DARKENED EAHTII." VOL. 18.- , 7. J8LOOMSI5URG, COUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1864. VOLUME 28 V FUOSPECTUS OF The P.sihidciphia Age. 10G4. ' THE ONLY DEMOCRATIC) 11A1LY JOURNAL, ITJI1 LISIIUO 1M I'lltLAIlULl'lllA. TOE UNION, TUB CONSTITUTION. ANtiTUCUN POBCK.MKNT OP Till! LAWS, TH3 DAILY AGE, whlrh advorates the )riiiciilc ami pulloy of llm Pern. oeratic iatiy. is ismou ,'very murium;, inunutys ox. ,eoptd.) ami rnntiins tin' nut hlf-iiiiaihic mra from till I'.irH of llm HurlJ ; Willi carefully prepsrad "iiitlcks nil I'uw'rnnii'iil. rnlitics, Trade, li iinn i c, etc., rftml pruuip. rdiliii nil cninini'iils nil tilt) iiCAtiniin and nffuir ( llm ilny : Market reports, 1'ricea Current, fitork anl itu.in Murine IntPlllRi'iirp, llepnrls ir l'ub. lie ii.iiIii'iiiikk rri'liti iiinl Uouu-atic Onrreapondcnse llc-sul li' pnrn, I In nt...

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. — 16 April 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. JfDlTMD BT LS7I L TATH, TKOPniETOn. BLOOMSBURG, PENNW, l atnrday Morning, Apr. 16,1064 " Onr Oonatltutlon Emrd It avert Onr (storleua Unionhold it dear I Onr flurry Flog forko It never I The proud Oaueaa ilanour only peerl TOR PRESIDENT IN 1864, GEORGE B M'CLELL AN Subjaatlotha decision of tin National Contention.) trillO of to-day. Torlos of 76 an Abolitionists I of G4. j The Democrat! who nto one-half of tbeJNortb, stand precisely upon the samo platform, ndvoosle tbo sumo doctrines that Washington, Jefferson, Hnncook, Adams and tlio American prtriots adhered to in 1770. Tlioy aro tholinical ilecondauts,tho truo representatives, aro in fact tho truo patriots of our day, whilo their opponents arc tho Tories of tho times. Wo proposo to defaad tlicso propositions by arguments that cannot bo gainsayed, saya tin Day Book. Tho Whig party of 1770 hollered that tlio only truo, tho only legitimates basis of tho government, was in tho consent of tho governed. This h tho De...

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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