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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 December 1866

to . hc Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, n ruiiumui tfvrjtr satuiiiiat, in IRloomalmrg, Coliiinhln Goiiiil)', l'n. TKUMfl. f1o Dollars n year, In ndvnnrc. If nut lnl In MvaUco. Two Dollars mid Flftv Oents. ilJrtvm nit 1ttor in anouon n. moohk. llloonuburB. ColiimblivConnly. Vtx. tye , :'WSS TIIE OLD STORY. jy.WASl wnnnii, mill I'd n licnrt, - . '. And I ruved tif lovo iinil of cointiiney, Anil lio ww tin! tears to my eyelids start, . ' "Forlioww tho world to mo! " . f 1 . 'Tie wldspcrcd low when tlm HprliiR-tlmo flow, Of tlio tnnglcd m11m In which men stmy, 'And around mo nil his iirms lio throw, , Ills o) ci wore on llro tlmt day. Wo parted ! yes I hut I rhmt; to him, (fApd I itit up my Dpi to bo klsicd nj.iln ; JJut tho luuiflihiK cyei of (ho henv'u (truw dim, ' f 'fAlid vero swollen black with ruin. 'They catno lo mo when my lovo win Bono, "'And Mild ho was poor and tolled for bread J Tlicy talk'd of niln mid tears nlono, ' Aud my heart was UuV as load, . '3., .AmUfeeli they la...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 December 1866

-Til THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. fife. t ju jgi-B;fcVjmf,.iig.,:.T.rTP.PiBiwj" - tit i ID Q oiiouai: it. moohi:, Kinroit. llUlOMHUUHO, HATL'HDAY, l)i:0. 1. ISfiO. SPECULATORS. Just boforo any Important event thoro will nlways ho found Bi)Cculnlor9 on Ha pnrtlculnr points. Hut n President's mcssago Is tho nemo of dolltilit to these lironlicslcrd. What tho President will nay In regard to Europe, tho demands ho will mako upon foreign potentates for redress of an imaginary Injury or a real one, as the caso may bo, la told with all tho deliberate expressions of one fully In tho confidence of tho Executive Still, by a close Inspection" of theso ellbrts, It will be seen that there Is a general rule to co by, The antecedents of the PresI dent being well known, his amount of firmness in the lino of any given policy having been sufficiently demonstrated, tho Hold for speculation Is spread wide before them. It Is thus easily seen that with a man of such firmness of d...

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

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUilG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, i860. f LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. - jBRE lulvcrHsenmnt tit iinotlicrcoltnnn of, that iioptilur llluslriitod impLT, Ifitr peria Weekly. . jgpj, . ;-'AVJ:nTisi:. Tho nltunttnn of our 1 prttroiis la directed (o our nilvertlsiiip; fOlumiH. Tlioso who mlvcrllso nro lib- oral minded btislncHs men. ijJVJlM.IAM L. MadDOCK AND C'O.t dertlcrs in line Groceries, Xo. ilfi Boutli Tliird Street (oioslto the air.i rd Bank) riitlitdeliihla. jB " ijTiri: largest buckwheat crop cvcrrals ttjTTn l'ciiiiylviinln wiw harvested this lull. This la the opinion of ugricultu-l-lalS; JittiH of iirttycr-incotiugs has boon ' eommoneed nt the Lutheran Church, nml nitotlicr will begin at the Molholllst Church to-night. MU. IjL'CAD jI. MoYHIt lmi r.wnllv returned from l'hiladelnhiu with a Ju-dIously-selected stock of drug, medl ernes, cheinlc.tl;),etc. Our readers wMi .lug anything In his line eannot do bul lor.thmi b; purchasing of hint. 'i' ' .... A';ni:v hook, by the p...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 December 1866

....-.. rmi . - - . . ..... . . - 'Mr m i m ,4 ,fti;i mi a I 'll t'IMl SUNNY DAYS IN WINTER. SuMMrit In ti gloi Ions wwoti. Warm nnd bright mid ploiuntit t Hut tlio pnt Is not n reason To desplso tin1 present ! So, wlille health mil climb (be moimlnlii, And tho log lights up llui hull, Tlicro tiro isimny days In Winter, nftor nil I Spring, no doubt, hath tinted from in, Mnldon-llko In ihnruH J Hummer, too, with nil bur promise, Perished lrrournrms; lint tbo memory of Ibo vnnqiillicd Whom our lusv ti recall, Mnkcth sunny days In Winter, nftcr nil I True, there's fcirco n flower tin I bloomclh- Attthu Is'st nro dorid i Hut tbo wnlLHowcr still pcrfumotli Yonder garden bod j And thv nrlttitm, pearl-blossomed, llmgslts cornl ball! Tlicro nro sunny days In Wlntor, after nil I Hummer trees nro pretty verj , And I lovo them very well i Hilt tbo holly's glistening berry Notioof tboso ctec'. Wlillo tho Ureal! wium tho lnndscnpo, And tho Ivy clothes tbo will, There uvo mmny days In Winter, idl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 December 1866

yi.iiiiJt;ri!NDi!NT journal, tM,rtrilM1tIK!l HVEHV SATUKIfAT, IX iiioomslmrH, CoIuiiiMr Count), l'n TIIltM.H. vrwwUftri n ymr, In mlvnneo. If not piila lit aJrnnco;Tvo Dollari nnil I-'lOy Cmiti. "jf t anonoE ir. Mooitii, jt talllnf of tlio Cot.u.MillAiti 5fJ nlddiiMmrg, Columbia Oinnty, l'n. TnJriiKSii)ENvr's message! 'Ffllbtc-Cititam tf the 8tlia(c ami House qf llepresallath'CS t , ArTr.it a brief Interval thtj Congress of tlm United States rosuuies Ha riulniul legislative labors. An nll-wlscnnd mer ciful Providence lias abated t!io pesti lent wlilcb visited onr shores, leaving Its calamitous tniccs upon some port Ions of oilr country.' Peace, brder, tranquil ity, -Atid civil authority liavo been for mally Upclared to c!xist throughout tbo vVliolo &f tlio Unltett States; In nil of tho States civil authority litis superced ed tho coercion of arms, nifd the people, by tliclr voluntary h'jtlon, Hro maintain ing 'their governments lit .full activity and' complete operation. The enf...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 December 1866

AS JJJUJJUU L.LU1I JLl- THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUKG, "SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1800. presalons of thu Kmperor ntul pcoplo of Franco, warrant it hope thnl tliu tntdl tlonnry friendship botween the two countries might, In that enso, bo renewed nnil permanently restored. A claim of n citizen of tho United States for Indemnity for spoliations com mitted on tiro high eons by tho French authorities, tn tho exercise of belligerent power ngnlnst Mexico, has been mot by tho Government of Franco with a pro position to dofor settlement until n mu tual convention for tho adjustment of nil claims of cUIeoiis and subjects of both countries, arising out of tho recent wars on this continent, shall bo agreed upon by tho two countries. Tho sug gestion Is not deemed unreasonable, but it belongs to Congress to direct tho man ner in which claims for Indemnity by foreigners, as well as by citizens of tho United States, arising out of tho late civil war, shall bo adjudicated and do tcrmincd. I huvo no doubt th...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 December 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOM&BU11G, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, I860. LOOAL INTELLIQENOE. ritnun pi n ftilrnttonilaiico nl Court Stlils week. Uelow will bo foiiml u syn apsis of proceeding. Mr. William Krlekbaum has boun fnppolntod Commissioner's Clerk, vice plr. llobort Fruit, removed. Vf Wk trust no ouo will full to rend tho jxecllcnt Messago of the President, to bo found on the Urst una second pages fbur paper. "Wimjam Ii. Mad dock and Co dealers in flue groceries, No. 115 South .Third Street (opposite tho Olra rdllunk) ridlmlelphiu. Wr. lmvo Just room tills week to tic knowledge tho receipt of Peterson's Maaazino for January, and tho (iuluxy for December llftoonth. They will be noticed ut length In our next issue, a Pn'onwscm Hr.i,DiNO has established a 'dancing-school at Hnydcr's 1 tall In this nilaco. Ills method of teaching nppcars 'to bo a progressive one, nnd wo can safely recommend his school to tho at tentlou of our citizens. There l.s an op portunlty for a number to avail them sel...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 December 1866

UitDill THE SEAl Ttif.l)'rc.iie that floats o'er the waters Vvld, Tho wind Hint roars o'er tha swelling tide,; Bo you know Mlal they nlnic to Mot Tli'ey fdrig f rl lolljr Htnd laid low, A heart thnl censed bcatltifj lolig ngd Under tho ecn. Do foil RlldVr that tltti VttwM tliitl UroaSi All tlltt Sh'orl?) AUd 4lghlng nnd 6bblng BVcf More; Aru sighing nild sobblilg to nlet They hro tolling; In tliulr Mil undertone; Or a llfo that Weill otll WlUldUl it illoilHi Wider llib' seal Hit; wnHuorillii winds I o'c? ll.t) slibnl foriil ItUriniir :BUr twectest UUMby Soiig, doilllj? iUoth hlrH td fbitt. 6rl, sUrgUbj alM, you fhoUllt ilBlltly flow 6'er tho heart thai loved ydll Hd, O'er Ihti brave; trui tlrctisu Oli, tfilylilg ft'n I on ybilr windy bed" fcuftly pillow ill nilr young head; HtrbW his collcli Vt'itll gold ; Lei llld ulorntalds ring his funeral botlii And weiiro n robe of tho rarest shells' To coyer him from tho cdliU i Brills' youi tfottltll) dll, seaweed bright i Xd ttttll o'br tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 December 1866

y 5..'J 1 lB J . t... ! J.llLf.. ill' 'ii -i .t ly.ll-1. H. J 'HJ'J.-.J.'.i 1 J i ! LJ -J J L 1 IL-'.A'. LJ-J-li.-LilJ.l'il'.t-U.UELl.ltllJJ.lUmil"!! 1 1 J Mi iJiFi!liili III Jl 1 J . '? J-QiyMSETiilG, SATURDAY, DECEMBERS, 1866. 11 3PHB PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE imIllow-CitUcns tf the Mamie and House hy JlcjtrcsciiUtttvct i jrAi'Ti'.ii 11 brief Interval tin) Congress .2pf tho Unltoil Stilton resumed Its minimi legislative Inborn. An all-wlsoand inor . clful Providence has abated the pestl Xlliflcc which visited our shores, leaving , . 1 ts calamitous traces upon some portions . uf our country, Peace, order, tranquil ity;, nnd civil mithorlty have been for mally declared to exist throughout, the wltblo of the United State. In all of tlio States civil authority has supcrced ttlHlic coercion of arms, and tho people, , by their voluntary action, arc maintain ring their governments in full activity nnd complete operation. The enforce ment of tho laws is no longer " obstruct- edTn any State by ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 December 1866

m : yi 4 c"ir"i 'J 1 I . prcsalons of (ho Knijioror nml pcoplo of Franco, wnrrunt rt hopo Unit tlto tradi tionary friendship between the two countries might, In that case, be renewed mid iertnuiieiitly restored. A claim of n citizen of tho United fjtntes for Indemnity for spoliations com mitted on the high bw by tho" French authorities, In the exerelao of belligerent power against Mexico, luw been met by tho Government of Franco with n pro- position to defer (settlement until a mu tual convention for tho adjustment of nil claims of citizens and Miblects of both countries, arising out of tho recent wars on this continent, shall bo agreed ' upon by tho two countries. The sug gestion Is not deemed unreasonable, but It belongs to Congress to direct tho man-- ner In which claims for Indemnity by foreigners, as woll as by citizens 9f tho United States, arising out of tho late civil war, shall bo adjudicated nnd do termlnod. I havo no doubt that tho Btibject of all such claims will engage ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 December 1866

i he Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, n runuMirn Evcnv sATunnAT, ih Uliiomibilrg, Coluulbtft Count', r. TKttMH. Two Dollar a year, In advance. If not paid In sdranco, Two Dollars nml Fifty CcnM, Addfivui nil loiters to uEonaH u. Mocmt!. Editor or tho Cot.OttMAK, llloomsliurg, Columbia County, l'a. TIIE LIFE-WRECK. TnKAmwo tlio alleyways dirk nnd damp, )ly tlio fllckorlitir, light of tlio fooblo lamp, Ilrcnliini! tlio night with lu r ghostly tramp, Hho tottcrn along alone, alone. , l-'rom hovel to hovel, from street to street, Hho picks her possnRo through rain nnd sloot', Willi not u friend In tlio world to greet, Notu bonnet to wenr, nor a morsel to tut, Not npcck of earth to call her own, - - WearfnVher llfo out day liy day, Throwing her prlcoloss soul a wily, Humming for very shame the ray Of the nun of Heaven, the glorious buu I Weary of llfo, and afraid to die, Afraid of the enrth, ami nfridd of tlio shy, Afraid of the light, sho knows not why, bhc woo.i tho night as bIio hea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 December 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSEURG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866. EUROPEAN NEWS. ououok it. Mooun, editor. reported thnt ho presented himself nt n primary school nnd spread torror among tlio little chllilron by giving tho teacher a long, nam ru.cr, omui g nor N . th g w t Wodnosday, use It upon refractory scholars "use it "u" "J BLOOMHBUIU1, HATURDAY, DEC IS, ISM. until tho blood comeilf tlioydonot sub mit." JJotton Commercial, XbixmbcrSI . whipping in sonooiio. . Tub woman-whipping Bcliool enso, which has reflected bo much disgrace dlroctly upon Cambridge, and Indirect ly upon Mas-iachusotts, is llkoly to result In good, after nil, In tho adoption of a rido forbidding corporeal punishment In the Cambridge schools, nnd by a voto of tho citizens condemning tho shameful proceeding of tho Bcliool commlttoo which Justified tho brutality of tho wo man-whipping master, and his femalo accomplice. At a meeting of tho Ho publicans of Cambridgo, last evening, to nomiuato officers for tho ensuing mu nlc...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 December 1866

S"rrirr-! rp THE ..COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE; Y jjv nil moans lot Socrolary M'Cullocli 11 lllv It! bllU A A VilOlt 1 J IUIU1UUUII" Coxa urns Jiofj begun to tinker tho, s.t. ..II l...1t....4ln.rt . ii,i t w.t ...Ml . ,w... 1... ....il,.t.. r LUlMsJ. MVUtl own UU UllbiLUlV lICl'i lUMOAL sallow in tho .Ship of Slitto f - r, rinAH..Klt.. I. ' i - I y) caulk u. William L. Maduock and Co. dealers In flno groceries, No. 110 rlouth imru street, vO-.-pguiouiouini ruuaiiKi I'hlltulelnlitu. A horticultural editor want tho Congressional Grounils einuolllslcvtl. Tho Rudlcrtln lmvo niloptcd his sugged tlou,nnd aro organizing tltoltenrcsontn tlvo Cliutnbor into ft mammoth nation al hot-housu. Kveuv Saturday for this week con- talnu Charles Dickens's Christmas story, entitled " Mugby Junction," hi advanco of its publication In Eiif-laiitl. Our Traders will onlov a rlcli treat In tlm perusal of this story. Send to Tieknor and Fields, lloston, 5rassachus...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 December 1866

if THE. COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866. AIT OIIOHABD BONO. W nrrnB orchards, piled wltUMUhU;aunt nud lloheSCd,' stiff nud UbHMHHv lllfctfulnf ItoUhs dreary IIBBiull whon the now-clond. nomb tit Mr, How the robin lorat to linger, twittering In the twilight thero I Bprtaj-tlme orehardi, flushed with sunshine, call lug; bud to open wide Bounded buds, like fairy vases, with tho finest emerald dyed, Shedding perfume to tho braete M they swing from eld to eld. Oammer orchard, whtlo with blonnomi, dropping white flake nil around, Wafted, oh, to lowly, downward, till they reet without n sound With th dewdrop and the dnlsc, and the moss es on the ground. Autumn orchard!, dense with foliage, bowered thickly overhead. Where the clustering pears and npplM ripen alow tr hrown and rod. And the children eoorcli for windfalls, In the Brass, with enteral tread. Orchards, orchards, all your lessons for our warn Lag an not few I Would our souls eould sun and ripen, bearing fruit h ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 December 1866

he (!olumbi;ut, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, IS rUHLfdlKD IIVIIKY KATCII1UT, it Ittoomiitiurfr, Cnlitmt.tn Cou.fty, Vn. TUKMS. Two Dollars year, In ndvanco. tf not jmlj In tiiHance, Two Dollars ruul l-'lfly Cents. Address nil letters to oixmoi: ir, stuoni. KJItor of llio Cot.f stntAS, lUoonnbnru, Columbia County, Va. Storms of guluciltoiiuj. Ono fto.rtar,ono or Uirrxj Uiftr-rtloru S Midi Mitjiwuiclit Hwrllon Unllinn UilrtN n. M Ono H'Umru ono month 2 W Two " " S 00 Threw " " .4 . 6 iO Pour ' " 0 M Half column " ..J9 W Ono column " - i -.I5 10 Kxrvutor's ami Ailinlnlntmtiifs N'otloon 3 00 Auditor' Nolle W IMItorlnl Notliw twenty ent Ier linn. Oilier ndYrrtUtlnciitii ItuuUil ficoonlluis to ! vlnl contract. 1 VOL. I.-IYO. 155. BLOOMS BURG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18CC. Pit ICE FIVK CEXTS. iu EVERY LITTLE HELPS. Bcr-roiEn llttlo twinkling Atar, Awny In ynmlcr sly, WhouM itay("Vlint llglitrnn reach eo fur From nu'li n "tar a I? Not in uny rnys of mine so far As yonder rnrtlt can f.ill 1 The ot...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 December 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866. m I parties, when tho fact that thoyaro good 'iWniocrats or good Republicans Is nitido consideration superior to their gOod 3icas ns liien, when tlio best men In tho communit nro found subjecting moral yil religious cllrtifictcr to political re quirements, tliero Is no nood to look fur jjjvjf rcos'oiis Why so many young mennrq dlilug tho wroilg direction. They are p flight too much that good moral char acter la of minor importance In Atncri .jm life. They soo too many bad men occupying high social position. Tho tono of society always determines moro vortess tho course of young men. Xew blfyrf: Journal of Commerce. UBIITEMUS Is now WARD IN LONDON. somo two weeks slnco n' rnyther strango looking man engaged TWrtmentsnttho Qrccnllon. lie stated ho was from tho United Htntcs, but bo ypjid this ho said nothln. llo seemed to prefer sollytood. Iloremalned most ly In his room, and whenever ho did sjiow himself, he walkt In a moody and ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 December 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUilGv' SAIWBAY, DECEMBEfe 29, im..- LOOAL IHTELLIGENOE, "WlLI-tAM L. MADDOOIC ANJ Cn dealers In flno groceries, No. 115 South Tinru street (oDDo-mo tliouira ruBnuk) Jt'iiiiaucipnin. Propositions for purchasing this newspaper establishment lmvo been submitted to the proprietors by Colonel Tnto nntt Colonel Freeze; tho former imcnuliig to blurt a now paper nt Vll Hamsport, mul tho latter at Dlootnn- burg. In tiny possible disposition which may Do mado or this yaper duo provls Ion will bo mado for the Interests of sub ecrtucrs aim advertising patrons, to that they shall not bo subjected to dls appointment or loss. The outstanding contracts with both willbocxecutcd.und duo notice of tho provision mado for that purpose will bo given. A good iuua. The following appears among tlio by-laws of a benevolent so ciety of a nclL'hborlnc town : "Gontlemon arc required to engage muius wnutn iney wisn 10 ticconipany iiviuf, -.-iiuj in iiiu uvuiung, iiim imme diately unnoitiieo...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 December 1866

THE , COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUIIG, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866. COMING HOME. Oil. brother nud slslcr, crowing oUl, Do you nil remember yet That homo, In tlio aim lit uf thn rustling tree", Where ouco lu our household met I Do you know how wo used to coino from school, Through the summer's plonsnnt liet Willi the yellow fennel's golden dnsl Oil our llml llttlu feet? Anil how sometimes In nn lillo mood Wo loltorol by tho way s Ami stopped In tlio woods to gather flower, Ami In tho rtcUU to ploy I Till warned by tho deeping shndow'8 full, Tlint told of Iho coming night, Wo climbed totho top of the last lotiB IUU, And mxvr our home In sight 1 And, brother nnd sisters, older now Than nho whoso llfo Is o'er, If you think of tho mother's loving, fneo, That looked from the open door? A1h, for the changing things of tlmoj Tlmt homo In tho dust Is low; Alid that loving stnllo wan hid from tin, In tho iUirkues, loin; ago 1 And wo liavo como to llfo'H last hill, From which our weary eye Can nlmost l...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 January 1867

VOL. WO. 1. THE COLUMBIAN, A Democratic NcVBpnpoi is rtMiMaitrti ioit tun wiuruimoiM hy JOHN O. FREEZE, r.vnuv rut oa y Mouxrxo at tlloom-tlmrg, Columbia Count), Vn Tllt'prlhclplesnf thlsiutpornvcortlio JofTorRon" Ian Hcliool of politic. Tli(e principles wUlnovro i)oroittpronilfCt;'t('tt'o(irtoty niul khtJpss shall tiot )jo foi gotten In itkcuiiliigtticiii, whether with liullvklualfl, or with ontempornrlo of the 1'res". Tim unity, linppltiesniul prosperity of tho coun try Inournlm ami nltjci't; mnl ns tho means to n'curo .tint, t uli-tll lalMrlionchltynnileauiestly for thclmtiniiy,HueeefcHaiul(,rothof our organ lzntloii, Ithai sceineil to tho rropiletnp that theio julumcnN of a County neMspnperliuvoiutt hern heretofore fully met hy their preleeovmrs or eon tfitilKimrlcH ; ntiil they have ileUunlneil to, tf poulblo, supply the itulleleney. In a literary point of vluw alio this paper will aim at a hlijli tnu-l-nnl, niul hope to cuHlvnti In Ittt-remlerNn. eni reel tufcte anil mm ml Jud...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 January 1867

ft"JUUJ.U'LVJlLltUt.ri!lUUl.'..U.ll'gJlB;i.L: THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1867. Into tho Union. As long m tholf JW plo nro content With their tcrtUnrlal condition mid do not apply to Ixmlmtt ted, I do not think wo tftko tiro Inltla 1 ve. IJwt (hen tho people of Nw Mex ico aro nn unprogresalvo people; that Territory has been a Croat Whllo inhab ited, lone belbro Xebraeka was over heard of us o Territory, and most of the people aro Spanish. It does not fill up very rapidly, I do not supposo It lias innny moro Inhabitant now than H had thirty years ago. Tho slmplonn Bwcr to tho suggestion, howover, Is that thoy have not applied to ho ad mitted. Mr. BUCK ALEW. Tho Senator has forgotten that I alluded to tho diet that thero waa lie, formal appllcntlonby those Territories for which ho reported ena bling acts in leoi, Mr. WADE. Thero woro petition. ; and their delegates urged It upon us over and ovor again In regard to both theso Territories. Mr. BUCKALEW. If tho Senator ...

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