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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 26 September 1866

! 5 :K OF T RTtt. ' TRUTH AND RIGHT QOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars per Annum In Advance. J1CC3T & IKELLR Publisher!. DEMOCRAT HE ! i VOL. XXX-" OLD SERIES. , ;, . .; - the . . DEMOCRAT AND STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, IN BLOOMSBURG, PA., BY j ACOBY 80 IKELER. TERM3, $2 OO in advance. If not paid till the tnd of the year. 38 cent additional will be charged, E7 No paper -discontinued until all arrearage are paid except at the opitioo of the editors. ; ftlVTES OF ADYIRTISINO. , ikN link coKrrrrvTs a sbOARt. One qua re ne or three Innei tlooa. .. .. 50 Every aubaeqaent iosertioo leea uan 13 30 bfacb. In. 2m. 3a. 6m, Jt. One aauare. e.oo i 9,00 I 10 00 14.00 18.00 20.00 Two squares. Three Pour aquares. Half reluoiA, . One column. l",tt0 M.Ofl 18 CO 30,00 30 00 50,00 Exeeator'a and Adroiniatrator'a KoUee 3.00 And itor'a Notice-, i Other adTertiMBteata ineerted according ta apecial contra-. ..('. Eutinen notice, withoat advertisement, twenty, centa per line. " ' "" T. . Transient...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 26 September 1866

DEPCMT& STAR. r.T TT. H.. JACOBT ft X. R. IXZUKt, EDITORS. IC02SSEES,-ED3ES31I SEPT. 26, IS6&. f; !Vf, Prrrasotu, C n f ark. Row N w York . r nthrrid to solicit and eeeive ubscri- tiom and advertising for iho Dmermt M; , lished at Blootasbarg, Colombia county. Fa. - FOli CQVEKNOB," t J - HON! WESTER CYLMER, 07 BERKS COUNTT. jVOR CONGRESS, DOS. WILLIAM ELWELL3 FOR STATE SENATOR, , COS. GLOEGE D. JKKSOJ, FOR ASSEMBLY, BOX. LEYI L.TATE. FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGES, . PETER K. CEBBEIff, IEAJH IJEKE. FOR FROTHOXOTARY, JESSE COLEMAN. FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER, JOUJ G. FREEZE. FOR C0M3IISSI0NER, BlOVTGOJlEill tOLE. ; FOR AUDITOR, JOnN P HANXON. That "Address." 9 In an extra issued from the Danville In telligencer office, "sent free of charge," and bearing data of the" 21st Sept 1866, pub lished byThos. Chalfant, the fraudulent can didate for Representative from this District, ir find a 60 called "Address," intended to influence voters of Columbia and Montour in favor of Mr. Chalfant, -who...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 26 September 1866

DEMOCRAT AND STAR. ? LOCAL DEPARTMENT; VV BLOOMSBURG Wednesday, September 2 (3, '66, tilL. Elijah It. Ikeleh has- dI.tposed of - Iii3 entire interestin the office of the Demo crat and Star to Josun P. Shtjhan, foreman for1 the past. seven months in this cSce. "We mate this announcement to ease the minds of certain politicians, about this place, who have been endeavoring to injure lis by circulating a false report relative to the Sale of tbifr-office. The parties, Messrs. Ike Leu ttil SnroiAN, will epeak: for themselves in the nest paper." The name of the former, Btill run? through the present issue. epC2G,1866.'1 " ' W. II. Jacoby. fcs7" The apple crop this season is said to be more than an average one in this State. CS7".We lean that great complaint is be ing made in somtf parts of Jthisjcounty on ac count of the potato-rot " x E3- Arthur' s Magazine is out for Octo ber, well-filled wit 1 interesting and instruct ive literature! :' ,This Is a capital publication. T&J Potatoes a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 26 September 1866

AGRICULTURAL, TOPPING COIIN AND CQ11SFODDFR. TV'e are ia little danger of over estimating tho' value of well-cored, or only tolerably well-cured, corn-fodder. As feed for milch C0W3 it ia hardly surpassed by very good up land hay, and has to enconnter' only one serious drawback, namely : It must bo cut up fine, salted and wet up with a little meal, bran; or oil cat e of somti sort, in order to get the full benefit. The necessity of spending bo much labor upon it detracts from its value so that while in New England a fanner may pari aps afford to pay two-thirds what he would have to pay for hay, at the West, where fair hay may be had for the cutting and hauling, its valua is less in proportion. Still, fed whole, it is highly relished by all kinds of stock, and constitutes the chief liv ing of the young stock in winter over a large portion of the Northern States. At the "West the- great corn-fields, upon which sUdks are left standing after the cars are picked, afford winter feed, pQor...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 3 October 1866

Aft (MP n nn 71 n 'A JAC02Y & SIIU3IAN, I'nMisaers. TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars per Annan In Advance BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1866. kew series j VOL. L NO. 32. VOL. XXX I -D SERIES NORT COjL Mm . A DEMOCRAT AM) I IV II II lilt u V JLJLJ'JLjL -U- X - THE DEMOCRAT AND STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. IN BLOOMSBURG, PA., BY JACOBY 8c SHUMAN. , TERM?. 9? CO in arfvanee. If not paid wnhin EIX MONTHS, 29 rents additional will b rharzed No paper discontinued antil all arrearage. nrapaia except at the opition or the editor. RATES OP ADVERTISING, in LiRst ronrrmrrn a ibciaa. One tqnar one or three Insert Ion. 1 SO bvery subsequent insertion less than 13 50 SP1CC 1m. 2. 3m. 6jc. It. One aqua re. Two squares. Three Four squares. Half rolumn, One column. 2.10 3 00 4.00 R.OO 10 1-0 3.0o 5,oO 6,li0 9,(X 14.00 5.00 700 P.50 I'. l.l0 B.0 JJ.IO 10, pO 14.00 20 00 lO.Oo 1J0O 14 00 (SOU 30 iT U.oO MOO 20,00 30,00 50,00 Exoeotor's and Administrator's ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 3 October 1866

DEMOCRAT & STAR, . . . v e"" W. H. JACOBT & J. P. SHTTlLi-, EDITOHS. 8. M. P.TTMatt.i. Co.. 37 Prk Row New Tork re duly authorised tosoliei and receive subscrip tions and advertising lor lae uemeem r cir, yuu lished at Bloomsburg, Coleosbia county. Pa, FOE GOVERNOR, nON. WESTER CYLMER, ' OF BERKS COUNTY. . FOR CONGRESS, EOS. lTILUAM ELWELL. FOR-STATE SENATOR, im. GEORGE D. JACKSON, FOR" ASSEMBLY, IlOJf. LEYI L, TATE FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGES, PETER K. HERBEI., IKA3I JBEBR. FOR PROTHOXOTARY, JESSE COLEMAN. FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER, Jl)U. G. FREEZE. FOR COMMISSIONER, MONTGOMERY COLE. FOR AUDITOR, JOHN P. UAXSON. "Central Management-' In the first number of that erudite sheet published in Bloomsburg from the office of the Columbian, a paper recently established calling itself an "Independent Journal" and known to be run by the united force of a few J Democrats and a few dissatisfied Republi cans facetiously called the Campaign, we find an article under the above caption, from a wel...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 3 October 1866

; i ! V - DEMOCRAT AND STAR LOCAL DEPARTMENT. " BLOOMSBURG Wednesday, October 3d, 1 866 ' j, - . Valedictory. Being extremely thankful for tho support and favor which I have received from the Democracy of this county in general, during my short career a3 an editor, of the Demo chat and otar, withtm3 l.-Kue I retire from the position, 'which: FiH hereafter to filled by my Tvorthy succesr, Josr.vn I Shoian. R II. IKELEP.. The new Institute building, . at this place, is bcrog rapidly put up. JK2f The Junior Editor of this paper was taken sick on Friday evening last, an at present is. lying quite ill with fever. Several new a.s well as old advertise ments are crowded cut of our rarer this week. . S3-The "Democrat and'Star" has the largest circulation, of any paper in this Cor. gressiona District Advertisers will bear this in mind. ' SSa-The "Old Guard" for October has "been received. - It is a eatrital number. Its political articles are of the best published in - any of the States. - - ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 3 October 1866

AGRICULTURAL. APPLYING 3IANUEES. It may, perhaps, appear to some rather out of plico to talk of manure at this eeason. It is, however, a subject of too much practi cal importance, to bo really out of place at any season. Farmers arc not always over attentive to those matters, upon the careful consideration cf which the future product iyeness of their farms depends, and I shall therefore offer no apology or excuse for giv ing their remissness and inattention a 'gen tie jog", it this time, by way of an awake- cnr. "A etitch in time eaves nine," says the old adae. ' Every one must be aware that in order to succeed in agricultural efforts, one .must necessarily understand something of the philosophy of manures ; and I would ob serve tLi y object at this time is far less to embody speculative opinions and theor ies, than to arouse attention to certain phil osophical principles, as illustrated by famil iar results, in the practice of individuals to tvhom the investigation of these princip...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 10 October 1866

NORTH. OF COMMB.. H a. JACCDY & SilEMlN, I cbllslicrs. 1 X 1 - l . " ' "" y VOL. XXX-1 old sER,cs ; IU1I lllj! J)R. MARSHALL'S CATARRH SUFF, This Snuff bas thoroughly proved itself to be the best article known Tor curing the Catarrh, Com in THE Uxab and Headache. It hna been found an ex cellent remedy in many eacea of Sore Eyes, Deaf mii haa been removed hy it and f J bars ih has often been greatly improved by it use. It 1 fragrant and acreeably. and GIVES IMMEOUTB REMFF To the dull heavy pains raused by diseases of the Head. The sensation a'ter using it .ure delichtful and nvigorating.lr. opens am purses out all obstruction. t strengthens the gland j, and gives a healthy action to toe parts affected. More than Thirty Years' Of Sale anil ana of Dr.- Marsii.u f.'i Catarrh and Headache Sni rr, haa proved itsgvnt value for n'l the common diseases of t he Head. and at this moment it stand higher than ever before. It is recommended hy many of the best physicians, and i s nsed witb gr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 10 October 1866

DEMOCRAT & STAR, W. H. JACOBT A J. P. SHtTMAN, EDITORS. BLCQ1I3BCRG, WEDH3DAI, CCT. 10, IS66- . M. PrrTMniiL k Co.. 37 Far Row New York M duly authorised to solicit aud receive subscrip tions aid advertising tor toe Dewerml It ttmr, pub lished at Bloomstoorg, Columbia county, fa. Patrons of the Democrat and Star. " Berere illness prevented me last week from appearing before you as Associate Editor of this paper. Jly name, however, as you have seen, was announced. have only to say that I shall use my best endeavors to meet your wishes. At all events I 6hall at all times be found tattling for the cause of hu man advancement, which of course includes the principles of Democracy. Being untried, and, to some extent, inexperienced, I ehall ask your forbearance for the present, hoping that my future career may warrant the stand I have taken as a public journalist, J. P. S HUMAN. Harmony in the South. A correspondent of the Texas Herald gives the following statement of the harmony " whi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 10 October 1866

r mww r.-- '- rrvmsmSmmm T AND STAR. .LOCAL 'DEPARTMENT. BLOOMSBURG t. Wednesdayy October 10, 1866. Select School. E. "W. "Wyntoop & Co. will commence tkeir next term of School Oc toter22d. . " - ' 2t SSF Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs, at John Fareira'p,718 Arch St. Philadelphia, Stock lare.' 'Read his advertisement. Give him a call I ' . ; EST The "Johnson men" in this County Voted for Geary. Thi3 was not expected by many. ' To have been consistent they should havfc voted for Clymer. Tnz Continentals once more. Thia belebrated troupe of singers, at the request cFmany citizens, will give their second en tertainment at Snyder's Ilall.ThursdayEve. October 11th. They will appear in beauti ful civic costume," "The buff and the blue of ye olden time." .Give them a warm rccep tion. JtS?" See new advertisement in another column of the American Watch Co. Great bargains are offered in watches. Any per- Borir desirous of purchasing a good watch would do well to patronize this Company....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 10 October 1866

3: ' AGEICULTUKAL. : . . FAHMEHS BE SOCIAL. . ' . We have on several occasion?, in this de partment of the German toicn Tele ffraph, urged upon our fanner3 the cultivation of a more social dispositiona duty and a pleas which haa always been more or Jess neglect ed by them. ' Naturally the farmer is an un selfish man. 'Ilia labors are mostly out of doors. His calling takes him much abroad, and enables him to mingle considerably with the world. Yet looting at this and the very large proportion of the population embraced in hi3 pursuit, and the important influence exercised by it over all our public afairs, it is a subject of cVmir.oo remark, even by ag riculturalists themselves, that their foeial intercourse should be so much restricted. There is no other cause for this seclusivc ness on the part of farmers that we can see, than the "treading in the footsteps of the'r predecessors." Be this as it may, there are other causes operating which appear to be changing this for the better. Co...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 17 October 1866

BE NORTH, TAR OF n rm JACCBY & SUU3UN FcMishers. TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars prr Annua in Advance. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO-, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17,1866. KEff series J VOL. L NO. 34. VOL. XXX- j OLD SERIES. MOT A DEMOCRAT AND I v i i I! (I if a a - ii V Li LLJ'LLX Al J)R: MARSHALL'S ... CATARRH SA'UFF, This Snoff bn thoroughly proved itself to be. the oesi article Known lor coring the Catarrh, Cold lit th Kit and Hcadachb. It baa been found an ex cellent -remedy in many cace. of Sore Kyes, De- nsss naa oeeo removed by H and Haeo in has oftca been greatly improved by its use. It is fragrant and nr reraUy. ami GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF To the doll heavy pain ranged by disease of the Head. Tha sensation n'ter nsini it ore delightful and iiinriporatmf.lt open, and purges out all obstructions, strengthens the gland, and fives a healthy action to the parts affected. More than Thirty Years' OfSaJeand use of Da. MiastruVs Catarrh and Hkadacrk Sitvrr,' hns proved it...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 17 October 1866

- i n.i sua must DEMOCRATS STAR. vr. h. jacobt J. p. BHtraiAy,- editors. ELODiSgCRS, gpXEmT, OCT. 17, ISCC "iTm. P.TrtTt'tt CbTsT Park 'J"-. re duly authoetaerf to solicit rtl'V nub. Tir,0. aid advertising fr thrt .-. pub lishad at Uloorustmrf. Columbia county, r , .:' " Odcial Vote. Tta odcial vote "of ColumLia County Is published in another column of this paper. On examination,, it will bo seen that this County polled an increased Tote of 950 over last Fall's vote on Auditor General. Davis' majority for Auditor General in this County, last Fall, tu 1,416, fomething less than Cltitek's majority, which is 1,613, a differ ence of 202 votes. For Congress, Ei.well has a majority of 1,737, one hundred and nineteen over; and above the majority on Governor. This difference in the vote was principally made in this town, the resMenco of the candidate. In this township (Bloom) the vote was greatly increased ; but in epitc of that, the heretofore large Abolition ma jorities were cut down to a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 17 October 1866

r DEMOCRAT AND STAR. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. BLOOMSBURG t Wedneaday, Qctober-17, I860. E3 Y' wi I thank our '.readers' for all local oetnr rnces in tbeir immediate loealitiee. If th-y iio not derirn to write a communication for the public eye. let them rod us abriif statement of everything of intent in their respective communitKi A list f marriages, deaths, accidents,; fires, removals, busi nc., change, ten. We will put them in form. To mora f icts of this Itnd we can get the better it will utt oa ana our readera.; Who will lo it ? To Advertises. Pers ms wishing advertisements ioaerted. nwl hand them in curly on Tuesday morn ing to insure their insertion f.ir that week AMSTfrEES TO CORRESPONDENTS Inquirer. If our memory serves us cor rectly, General Ilartranft's majority in the ocace last tauior Auditor (icneval over uen era! Davis was 22,000. , This is correct. tfcary s majority will not Id so large. " T CP TT TT ww,.' i. j.. j.. iou are correct, ihere is a disposition on tbe part of rom...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 17 October 1866

AGRICULTURAL. :: PISESEIiY ATION OP VEGETABLES -iXMXTER. ' - The following timely articfo is a chapter from -Mr. Henderson s forthcoming work on Gardening. ' ..-,--., ;.; ; .'rOiir manner of preserving vegetable roots in winter is, 'I think, peculiar to this district, and is very simple and safe. After taking tip Euch crops as tee ta, carrots, horse radish, parsnips, turnip?, potatoes, etc. ,n fall, ' they are put into temporary oblong heaps, on the surface of the ground on which they have leen growing, and covered up with 5. or 6 inches of soil, which will keep off srih Blight frosts as are likely to occur until time can he spared to put them in permanent win ter quarter this is done in this section usu ally during the first part of December, in the following manner: A piece of ground is chosen as dry as possible ; if not naturally dry, provision must bq made to carry oil the water, lower than the bottom of the pit. The pit is dugout from three to four feet deep, about six feet wid...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 24 October 1866

rm H viy JL JACOBT & SIMMIX. f'uMishers. TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars per Annan in Advance. T lilTDT A OF Ixiili iO 01 tA 1 V LLU i'JJ-X 'ja. 9 J A. i ! 1 1 VOL. XXX-lLOSKRICS. 'J)R. MARSHALL'S CATAIIRO 8.MJFF, Thi SnuflTha thoroughly proved itself to be the article Known lor caring the Catarrii, Cold 15 tbb Hltt and HCADAcnc. It has been found an ex Cedent remedy in mnnv cneea of Sore Even. n. baa tee en removed by it and Heard 15 bus often neen f reatly improved by its use. Ilia fragrant and acreenbly. and GIVES 1MMEOIATE BEf.IFP To the doll heavy paint tanned bydis.-n.es of the neio. 1 no sensation a lernsini H are delichlful and invisoratinir.il open and purees out all obstruction. strengthens the gland, and gives a healthy aplion to More than Thirfy Years' Of dale and use of Da. Marshall' Catarrh and Hcadachc Bhctt. ha. proved itscr'at value for al the entnmon diseases of the Head. and at this moment itstand higher than ever before. It is recommended by ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 24 October 1866

t DEMOCRAT & STAR. 1 '"i'cgSia5 IT. H. JACOBT J. P. SHUMA.V, EDITORS. BL0JSSBDR8, WEDSESDAIOCT. Ii, IM . ft. M. PrrrwKWLirfc CoT"s7 r.rk Bow Nr York r duly authorised tosolielt ami ri eiibecrip. t,on. and advertisi" f'r the ur, pub lished at Bioonisbarg. Columbia county. ra. Election in Columbia County. la looting over the late election returns of Columbia County, and comparing them with the vote of last fall, we discover quite an increase. The Democracy polled, on the 9th inst, for Cltitco, in this County, 35S3 rotes; and list Fall, for Davis, 3,007--e hundred and setenty-six less than at our late election. The majority for the Democratic Ticket last fall was 1,416; and thw fall, on Governor, it is 1,618 two hundred and two over last fall's majority. Now we are curi ous to know how and where this increase was produced. The districts tha gave an in creased vote, nd in proportion increased their majority, deserve special notice, par ticularly at this time, when the enemy employed...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 24 October 1866

UUHA'l A N D ST A li. IJ Altai LOCAL DEPARTMEN L BLOOMSBURG Wednesday, October 24,1866. XC3" Ws will thank our .readere for all local recur rences in Iheir immediate localities. If tny io not desire to write eomtnunir ation for the public eye. let them aead i brief statement of everything of iatert.at.in their respective coinuimitiea A li.l f marriages, deaths, accidents. Area, Tumorals, busi ness changes, Ac. V will put them in fnr.ti. The mora facta of I III a kind we can set the better it will uit hs and our readere. Who will tin it T To AovsaTiaeaa. Per. ma winding advertise merit Inserted. oiot hand them in early on Tuesday Eiorn- in to jnaare their in.ertion for that wk ANSWESS TO CORRESPONDENTS J. You 'will win your bet. S i far as heard, the official vote of the State does not give U-eary the majority necessary to Bweep Jour stake, nor will it reach that number. Ie will not have much over 15,000 if he has that. The Abolition party is gradually los ing ground. Up ana at 'em ;...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 24 October 1866

T AGRICULTURAL, KEEPING. APPLES. IN WINTER. At the last State Fair in tbia city, Delo3 - Pundall had on exhibition Russet Apples grown a year ago. These apples were " plump? fresh and of good flavor, quite as - good as the ean:e kind of apples are ordi narily on the approach of spring. TTe in- ' quired as to the manner of keeping, - and were informed that the apples vrere put np in the refuse boxes obtained at the groceries, and in the following manner : A layer of dry saw-dust was sprinkled at the bottom of the box, and then a layer of apples placed in it so that they did not touch each each other. Upon these was placed a layer of " paw-dust, and so on till the box was filled. The boxes after being packed in ih'n way were placed on the wall in the cellar, up from the ground, where they, perfectly re taining their freshness and flavor, until brought out and exhibited at the Fair. He says that ho has kept apples in thus way some months later than the time named. From experiments made...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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