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

COLUMBIA DMOCRAT, Dyspepsia, I. , A" Jrsbk 0. Tatk, Local Editdr. ,flaturday Morhingj febp. " i-Court tjommonces on next Monday in Blooraabttrif. 5- Tho Extra Session of ibo Lfgtsla. turo adjourned on laat Tuesday. Diseases Resulting ft om Disorders of the ARB CORED BY DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Iter Mr. J. Wolsohelbaum, tho Optioal nnd Spectacle roan, will ba horn during onr Court. $rT7 Joseph Howard, Jr., the "Proc lamation Forger," waa laat vreok released from Fort Lafayette. I SS?- The Doylostown paper have again raised their prices 8'2 GO a joar in ad- ranee, and three dollars If not so paid. CO" That able Demooratio paper, tho Hurrisburg Patriot and Union, haa been changed to an evening papir. BST Tho Whito Houjois being oloancd but. Another oloaning out will take plsoo in the fall. tar Tho Draft, it is reported, vrill tako place on next Tuesday at Troy. Our county quota is 5S5. Tho quote for Bloom township, under iho 500,000 oall, is Oil, for which ahe offers 8450 local...

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. — 3 September 1864

AGRICULTURAL. "WATER SHOULD ;NOT EVAPOR ATE ON SOILS. Another correapondnnt asks a question which it is pcrluent to enni der in this con neotion. He writes: "You urge drain age and doc culture. Why To alUw tho water to Isach through the toil? Will It not do moro linrui than good if allowed to cioapc in that way T" Wc cannot tup pogs that our correspondent can he rcalljr ncrioua in asking such questions, though ho may he, for no know that they are natural ones for the thoughtlcis, or for theso ignorant of natural laws, to enter tain. In reply, wo would provido that the wator which falls from tho clouds should pass down through the soil, because, I. It adds clement to its fertility. Rain con tains ammonia Indcod, it is perhaps tho most important mcano of convoying the ammonia of tho atmosphere to tho roots of plants. But if tbcro is no provision by Whioh it may pasx down through the soil it (the water) evaporates, tho ammonia is liberated in the atmosphere again, and the proee.s ol ev...

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. — 10 September 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOC RAT, states LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. VOL. .18. NO. 28. FRJ2SU ARRIVAL VTf) CIG!1MS fW Miller's Store. fpnn putixTlliir has Just returned from the Cities 1 with another lrc anil select ns sortmct of iSPIllNG AND SUMMER GOODS. purchased nt Vhlladclphla. nt tho lowest (Inure, nnd Which they aro determined to .oil on a. moderate terms i ran bo procured elsewhere, in lllooinsburg. Ilia Mori comprises Udies' vhk8 aoons, of clinical styles and latent fashion. vity aotws. M'J aiioci:niF.s. IHIinWJtlK UK K.V I Kill K, CRUJiit trjiriK, UOIJ.OW waim BOA', AVJLS, HOOTS - &HOF.S HATS C.1VS, cfct., 4 e iy., In almrt everything u.iiully kept In country Storm in whl-h he Invito the public generally. Tho lllghosttirleo patuTor country produce. S. II. MILLER. EloomaliurK. May 2f. lPfil. FpTllTGONFESSlONS AND EXPE- fj None of tn INVALID. ttit.ll-lrJ for tho Ix rn fit, nml at n caution tn Young Mi nun nthcra. turn suffer from t-'crvoiis Dehillly, i rrniatu o Uccny of MnU'ino:!, &c s...

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. — 10 September 1864

cjjumjiiopT. EDITED BY LUVI I,. TATE, TROPniETOn. " Our Oonatltntton guard It ever I Our glorlou Union hold It dear 1 Our Starry nag forsake It never I Th ptoud OaucaMlanour only peor! BLOOMSBURG: Saturday Morning, Sep. 10,1864. Democratic Nominations FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VIOB PRESIDENT, HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. DISTRICT TK'KKT. FOR CONGRESS, HON. L. B RUPE11T, or nLoojisnnno, Gabject to tbo ncclilon of tho CongrCMlonM Conferees. FOR ASSEMBLY, WILLIA3IS0.V 11. JACOBr, or nLoojisiiuna, COCNTY TICKET, FOR SHERIFF, SAMUEL SSYDER, of Mifflin. FOR COMMISSIONER, ALLEN MANN, of Beaver. FOR AUDITOR, DANIEL SiNYDEll, of Scott. Pay Up ! Pay Up ! Pay Up ! All those indebted for iob-work, or on subscription to tho Democrat from ono orj moro years, aro requested to mako immed iate payment. This is a golden oppor tunity to pay off debts. Our currency trash is worth about 35 cents on tho dol lar and we will be glad to receive it on old scoros at par. De...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 10 September 1864

(SEBHHHi 1 ft 1UliUMiviii. m li u& itm L j. "in ivuiiu iuiiif3 liiopprii vy a DM'. Jehe 0. Tate, Local Editor, rlnmln nfliiM.l.n. 1 ' " .1... ! W EAT, per liu-liel. 9 25 lll'TTBtt. B. inuw uu icnvu wn.ii lb uvi,. " 1 in I l,(in.-s I u-n. Cnr. IV 11,-.!'. I- .l,.., .1.- .-Il f 1' " 50 TOTATOm .. .... w i tun.o iu riu-l lliu JVIIUIV II,-'' IIIICKWUKAT. 73 1 ii ,1 . ... . . . ri.mllt nor 1,1.1. II mi vor, wRstuoropiy. "jsii .1 imvo olteii cLovEifWiiii,; sin ri.AX hi:i;i . 3 mi llUCKWIIEATl'lour. 4 U0 never Saturday Morning, Sep. 10,1804. u ' 1 , , T , , V wcxxki -Mt,e-mvma. aviire . "Card 01 UlO board of licnltll, but I 8. 7'.; iYrtrttw Ctoum," wriUon 6aw onoboforo,". from Okicago.vrill appear in tlio next Detn. Shoddy ainusca itself by doolsrtog tlio j Democratic party ''traitors of a dcepor dyo ocrat BO 1 on llllll'.l) APl'LEri, 1 5(1 1IAMH - . . 113 HACUN, .. 25 HAY hy tho ton. SO 00 CHICKENS, tcr pair. 35 SPECIAL NOTICES rrEiutniLE r)isct.o?inir,8-HccitCTS for the X Mlt.i.insj ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 10 September 1864

AGRICULTURAL. September- Labora for tho Month. m.. I,.,.. ..l ...I.... i.... r The long and BUllry tUya Of BUtnmer tmvnnnn.nf1nn.an 1 1... ll in - I.... Jinvo pnBsort away, ami lliu rolling oar has brought U9 Again tO Tiew ttlH tinta of . autumn. rS. Haying and harrest are at an end. Tho barm aro filled with new-mown hay and goldon grain, and now wo begin to do cend into tho vale of dreary winter. September, is usually tho month for putting in winter grain, Mid stocking down fields for meadow or for pasture. Tbore fore wo shall pen n few thoughts nbout PjlEPARINQ THE SoIL FOR W INTER Wheat. i tho soil is at all inclined to bo wet, and has not been well tindcrr!raincd,it will bo timo and money poorly spent to put in tho soed for a orop of winter whoat, winter barley or rye. Our moat successful farmors who raise "winter wheat, havo found that this kind of giain rcquiro? a light sprinkling of well prepared manuro applied to tho eoil about tho sauio time, when the grain is put in, wheth...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 17 September 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT AND BLOOMS BURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. I "TO HOLD AND THIM TUB TOliOH 01? TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." M1nil'W' mi TERMS : 32 00 IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 28 VOL. 18. NO. 29. FllESll ARRIVAL OF A T Miller's Store. rplir. fiilmrrlltrr tins Just r'turnoil from the Cities 1 with another largo anil select aortnict of ; SPtJXG AND SUMMElf GOODS. purchased at Philadelphia, nt the lowest flisiire, nnd Ivlilrli thoy nrd determined to sell on an moderate, terms as can lin procured elsewhere In Ulooiiuburg. Ilia ilnrk eoninriHre LHiut:i' mihss aonns, of choicest styles nml tntcvt fashion. mtr goods, s)M aiwcF.itir.s, n i ni) ii' m k Q w:k.v 11:111 k, cmmh ir.uti:, hollow ware tuox, w.s, noons .y huols 1MTS If CW'S, ke., 4e , SfC In short i'erythlniruually kept In country Stores lo w tilth ho Intile tlic piilille ijciierally. Tho lliKheslpricc paid for country produce.. S. II. MILLER. litoomsburtr, May 2, lflit. r'lniV. CONFESSIONS AND EXPE- rier-co...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 17 September 1864

EDITI'D BY LEVI I.. TATE, PHOPRIETOn. " Onr Oonitltutlon guard It evar I Our tlorlotta Union hold It dear I Onr marry nag rorsaka It nsvarl Tht proud Oaucaaalan our only pearl BLOOM8BUBG : Saturday Morning, Sep. 17,1064. Democratic Nominations FOll FUEsIdENT, GEN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. OF NEW JEEBEY. FOR, VICE PRESIDENT,' HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON, , OF OHIO. D1&TA1CT TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, COL. V. E. PIOLLET, 07 BRADFORD. FOR ASSEMBLY, W ILLIA3IS0.V II. JACOB?, OF BLOONSBUIirj, COUKTI TICKET, FOR SHERIFF, SAMUEL SNYDEIt, of Mifflin. FOR COMMISSIONER, ALLEN fllAXN, of Beavtr. FOR AUDITOR, DANIEL SNYDEIt, of Scott. Col. Victor E. Piollejt. Oiir candidato for Congress is so well known to the peoplo of this District, as to make It unnecessary for us to introduce him by any extended notice. His largo experienco in public affairs pointed hiin out as tbo very man for the times : as Fuperintondent of Publio Works, as Pay master in the army in the war with Mex ico, and cs a member of tho State...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 17 September 1864

COLUMBIA MWiUl DEATHS. POWERFUL COMBINATION I Al Orannevllle, on gad about 40 ytatt. the IClb Init., WM,FiTi!.i:ir Saturday Morning, Sep. 17,1804. Cgy Tbo Domooratio Tiokct ia now printed and rendj lor circulation. CSSr Hon. Hkniiy W. TjiaoY) U rco ominonded for Congrea, by tbo "Union Party" of Bradford oounty. ,t, ' i i. . gOT Wo repeat, that wo doalro neither Iho sympathy of Dr. John, pr his oorrea. pondqnt. "Lbony and Topar" Hanih off. jjgy- Hmry Winter Dayin, in n letter to t, friend in St, Louis announces his in tention to tnako bitter opposition to Lin coln's re election. jtfST The "Army of Oadwallader," ar Mill located at Colo's Tuvarii, oil Fishing orook, about five milts abovo Benton. Tboro have been no roront arrests undo, of the Citliiitis there, as no aro informed. All quiet along the Hues. S&- In felting up the notico of Teach 1 V - t.1- .- . . I era r.xauiiunuons, lor hub county, wo it ail o an orror, rhich is now corrected The examination of Jorfot, town, will bis...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 17 September 1864

AGRICULTURAL. Gathering and Keeping Fruit. It is boroming a well untltratood priu- , ,, , 114 ciplo that pears nro improved by being ., r i-.lt.. c i. .1 i .unie'iuii uuiu-u iimjr iijju. Mumo -miuuiu- approftoti nearer tntituritj th an otiiers. 1 But early applea should bo fully ripe, as a conoral rule, beforo Catherine. Lato .mi ...I.. ni , oatablo Tfhen picked", and all tho lato win. tor varieties should b. gathered when too bard to yield to the pressure of tho thumb and always beforo heavy full frosts. A dry time should beselee.cil, if possible.- There Will bo a fOW tpOCIUlCns not VCi mature, but you can afford to throw them out to eavo tho best and tho main crop. When a good keeping variety begins to drop freely from tho tree, as is sometimes tho oaso, secure tho balanco of tho crop that tcmaiiis on the tree as soon as possi bio but they should not bo mixed with those on the ground not ono should be Bavod Mith those picked. Windfalls will not keep, for in addition to tho injury ...

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. — 24 September 1864

AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L. TATE, EDITOll. TERMS : $2 00 IN ADVANCE, "TO HOLD AND TRIM THH TOR0II 01? TRUTH AND WAVI3 IT O'ER TUB DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 18. NO. 30. BLOOMSBURG-, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. VOLUME 28 Select poetry. jFive Hundred Thouoand More. "Moto lilooj mtlit ba .lied," MaebctB. Aba Lincoln mils runln fifocl.tm. Let Jmtlcii lit- dpiplteil) Ami lialf-a-nilllnii vlcllmi inoro To war lio rnicrln"'"'!. My prmont imvor I will retain. Ami Iriiniplo on tlii poor, Anil fnreo lutft my nlmijlitor pun. Five Iunilietl thousand uoro It mattnrn not In ma sr minis 'I liuugli lilfiud In torrents floir, Vr.il cviy home In my ilnmaln llccniiioii n liuuo nf woe. Yri Ihniish Monument of kull In rlvi' hip by my ilnnr, I'll furrii Into in lauilitcr-pon Fivr. hundred thoiinud mute. What rari I for ihu widow. Or M I'cr tlic orphan', cry. Or Jft how nniiiy mangled form. In Bhy ni.iy ilia. TliniBfi lircililm urn iloolato. And lUlilmro mnihecl with ...

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. — 24 September 1864

COLUMBIA DBMOORAT edited nt ttivi t. tate, rnormpToni " Onr Oottstlttitlon gnatd It ever I Our glorious Union hold It dear I Onr fitnrrr nag forsake It never! The proud Oaucasalan onr only peer! BLOOMBBURG: Batiirday Morning, Sep. 24,1064, Democratic Nominations FOlTSsiDENT, GEN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. or new jmtenY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON, op onto. DISTRICT TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, C0L.V. E. P10LLET, OF BRADFORD. FOR ASSEMBLY, WILLIA3IS0.V II. JACOBF. or ur.O0Msnuna, COUNTY TICKET, FOR SHERIFF, SAMUEL SNYDER, of Mifflin. FOR COMMISSIONER, ALLEN UIAXN, of Beaver. FOR AUDITOR, DANIEL SNYDER, of Scott. Abolition Loyalty. Ona hundred and five men wero drafted ing men in tho ltepubliean party, is op in Indiana county, Pa., to fill deficiencies' posed to Abraham Linooln, and favorable in tho lato calls. Of the number, four ro- 'to Georgo 13. McClellan. ported for service, and ono furnished a substituto. Indiana, it should bo remem bered, is an exceedingly loyal county usu al...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 24 September 1864

l! COLUMBIA DUMOGRAT. Saturday Morning, Sep. 24,10G4. IIW.HH Slllllllll lllllllllllllll'llll IIBIIIIlS lull I III 1 1 III OTTO joa? Hon. S. S. Oox hns boon ro-nomi-hittotl for Congress. Good boy will bo oloclotl. By Col. Froczo lias n fotv copies of MoOlollan'a Iifo, Campaigns and services. Call anil got ono. Ho will soil tbcni at cost. Circulato tlio Documents. war Somkiiowy has laid us Under obli gations to their kindncss,for a lot of Straw berry plants, received through the Post Oflico. JCSiy Soldiers, rcniombcr that tho abo lition Legislature engineered by Governor Curtiiii refused you the privilogo of elect ing your own Army Officers1 Dreadful Calamity I Wo learn by Miss Kate Ubtz, daugh tor of John Bofz of Hemlock lownihip, that on Wednesday morning last, tho Oars on tho Central Pennsylvania Rail, road, oatno in collision with a Coal Train, below Mifilin, Jnniata eo,, nntl killed foino thirtj: tie persons ! Miss Bctz,cscnpod,but lost nil her goods nnd effects. Truly, a terribl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 24 September 1864

1 .! Hill 1 IK ! U- 111 ... . AGRICULTURAL. Fattening Swine. Farmers licgio to fatten swine too late. Somo do not commenco till the first nf au tumn, and otbeti even later. TLo cousc qnonco in tho aiiimnl scarcely gets under vray when the times comes for slaughtering liini. Our best maungora make it a rulo to keap tlio nnitnal growing without intormia fiion from tho first period of its existence ... p .1.. 1- i.-L TP I.- until rosuy lor .no porK-tuu. a, Kepiovcr winter, they .ro Tod and kept comfortablo Ltrongbout.and the regular fattening pro- CCSS is commenced corlv in the inrillC - , , , . . . . A bushel of corn given thus early in the H . ... PCasOll to a Vigorous growing mutual IS north much moro than tho sntnc nmnunt fed in nutumn, and far mora than if fed in cold 'vhelhcr or in winter. Ono reason that nomo farmers find it unprofitable to fatten pork, is that a large part oftho pro cess Iim to ho performed when tho weath er has becomo to oold that lnuoh r,( (ho feed U required...

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

mm i mi DEMOCRAT,: LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR VOL. 18. NO, 31. McClellan, tlxo Brave. mm Kosln tho How, Com. yc nhn would tmve refdrmntloii, Turn out for McClellan, tho btarc, Tho hero, tin pride of tho nMlon, Who our cnuutry from tuln.can ittt. Whllo Ashling for freedom and fitorr, Anil in licit by hit iutJIeri belovoJ, The Jsritous a til I called him a torf , And iaid lis must ba now remored. Mc't linn our country defendel, And well mltlit her sons ' are tellsf, And the turmoil nud carnnco bo ended, Had lit' left li I lit t.'uiiiinaiider In-chief, A hero of hip,h pcllinntlon. Lung, loaf, braro McClellan liubson, jto toon nt thi' In ad of Hie nation Khali In honor nd ilory bo seen, Tot him will hold a convention, And by thousands be marching alnnj, Btjcicltig in nlvst'r dcclen.ion, And nulla ill loud cheering and aon, ih Star Hiiangled llnnncf In splendor OVr iutrlitn proudly shall war?, While P.. puUlcain cnlinly surrender, To McClellan, Ilia honest and brave. Thus gathered from mnuntal...

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

EDITED BY LEVI I.. TATE, PltOriUETOR. " Onf Constitution guard It ever ! Oar glorious Union hold It dear I Onr Starry Flag forsake It navorl Tlit proud Caucasslan our only peer! BLOOMSBURG: Saturday Morning, Oot. 1, 1064. Democratic dominations FOltf PRESIDENT, GEN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON, or oiiio. DISTRICT TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, COL.V. E. PIOLLET, OF BRADFORD. FOR ASSEMBLY, WILLIAMSON II. J.VCODV, Or UL00M9BURQ, COUNT! TICKET, FOR SHERIFF, SAMUEL SNYDER, of Mifflin. FOR COMMISSIONER, ALLEN MAKN, of Beaver. FOR AUDITOR. DANIEL SNYDER, of Scott. 1 "" i A CARD. "to whom it may concern." Whereas, my noma was announced in tho Republican papor,of Bloomsburg, last week, as a volunteor candidate for the legislature, I take this occasion to say, that I am not a candidate for that offioo, nor eould I coiiEcnt to disorganize the noblo Democratic party of Columbia or the State, as I firmly believe that upin the electiou of the State and Nat...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 October 1864

2 COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, Saturday Morning, Oct. 1, 18G-1. tl g)gwi himiibh 1111111 ii iiTrni sisiii iiiHiiiiii imtwtm iST Mr. F. DnKttn, a few days ogo, fell Booldontally anil broko his ntm. pay- Judgo RhwKLfi is tbia wcok hold og Court In Sullivan county, tjSj" MaJ. Knows haf coniplolcd hii fine lartzo Brick Stable. It is tbo best in this County, f-'izo 135 bv 40 feet. jgy Tho abolitionists here nro using the bulletin board for placarding lying cam paign dooutneuts. Sorg'tGEO.'W. SrnuNEU, bai aont us a letter frotn Barmuda Hundred, which will apponr in tbo noxt Democrat. JJQT The Editor who condescends to go about tlio streets peddling and tolling com plimentary circus liokstB, must havo but a litnitod amouut of reaped for himself. 5Qjf Wo tssun our paper on Friday, in order that all hands may attend the great Democratic Meeting, this afternoon, t Orangavillc, and this cvoning in Blooms burg. 1ST Froinont lias declined being Pres ident. Old Abo has turned Post Master Goneral Blair out ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 October 1864

AGRICULTURAL. oiatlierlng and Keeping Applco. In order to secure soundness and pre ecrvntioD, it is indiepcnenbly ncocrinry that Iho fruit should, bo gatlicroil by hand, Tor Winter fruit tho Cllheriug il dolflYCtl 0 0 ' Bl lonif as POSilbto. avoidmi! sevorc frOJtS. , 1 ' , 6 . ., ' and tho most BUCCOSsTul nraOtICQ Willi our . 1 , . CXteriSlV orchardistl IS to plaCO tllO COOU ri , fruit dircotltiin n careful manner, in new, , . , , ,i tight flour barrel;, ns SOOn at gatnereu from the trco. Thcso barrels should bo i geatly shaken while filling, and tho head olosely pressed in ; thoy aro then placed in a cool, shady cxpoeuro undur a hcd open to the ir, or on tho north side of a building, protected by a covering of board OTcr tho top,whoro they remain for a fort night, or until the cold becomes too esvero, when they are carefully transforrcd to COol, drv cellar, ill whioll airmail bo ad- t mitt.srl nnnn,.!nnntl v in hrmlr wnttinr. , ... , ... , rciy or sanuy Boii,wim,ii pojfi-, A cellar...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 October 1864

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TllIM TUB TORCH 0 L? TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS : $2 00 IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. NO, 32. IS LOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FENN'A,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1864. VOLU ME 28. S P 15 13 C H. ov ROBERT R. LITTLE, Esq., Of Wjomlog county, at Oraugevlllfc, lo luinbU county, Sent 30, 1801. nttrORTHD tlV I). V. MURPHY. or some years past, fellow-oitizon,tbo people, or at least a considerable portion of ttiein, have been following after strange gods, ad announcing strange dootriucs doctrines iuri nut many years ago wouiu have boon scouted by every statesman in tis land, aud porhaps I may say aro still loatitrd by every statesman in the land. These doctrines havo beeone for sotnufow yc&ts past tho fashion, to such an extent that thoso of u who Mill adhere to tho dootrincs of tho Fathers aro stigmatized as "copperheads." What peculiar signifi cance our Iriends on tho other side who arrog...

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. — 8 October 1864

ItiiMAHKS OF I ROBT M. LITTLE, ESftlt., or wvotiika coumv, Al MocmilurR, FivlJp Iivipng, Sepl. 30, '$4. , FkM.ow Citokns : Wljen can Iho war policy ol Mr. Lincoln restore the decoded Slnles to tha Union 1 L"Nf' " Wo finil, in Ilia first plncofc nn ttity eiaiuto book yti net o( confiscation, Iho effect nl whfgh is to tljprtvo Hie peoplo of iho Southern S.nlos, wiihout rnletence to tlio question of their ioynhy or disloyally io tho Union, of their ptopetiy. Every man in the South who has I) ton directly or indirectly, voluntarily or Involuntarily, nt nny time engaged in Iho rrtielliou, Is by force ol this statute ol con fiscation, rotibpd entirely of hi ptopohy. A word now Us to the right of Congress t" pns sweeping nrl of confiscation. It i u luuntiar principle to lawyoM.ttlld i! iu l t I ssatih's da to most people, llint tho ,cr. .dillGn nt ""aTftSiancu on tho part of tho penplilft tllo government is protection by lie,' government ul Ihe people, if. tho gov eminent lnil to protect i...

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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