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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 January 1867

.3 w dfalttwBiiitt. bloomsburg, penna., jan. 4, ibct. Mr. John Swartwout advertises ft Tnltmblo farm, Grist nnd Saw-mill, for mid. A bf.vivat, lapsing on in tho Eric lleh Haptlst Church of Hloomsburg, ntul la attended witn consldcr&blo success. Pit. Hiram C. HowEHlins purchased the stock of Ilcnry Qlger, nnd increased tho assortment in all Its brunches. Call nnd SCO him. The pcAvs of Saint Paul's (Episcopal) Cnurcn will bo sold ,for tho year 1887 to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, p.m. nt the Church. William h, Maddock and Co. dealers in flno groceries, No. 110 South Third Street (opposlto tho Glra rd Bank) I'hlladolphia. Wis nro requested to say that tho namo T. 0. Van Allen, In tho Danville Protest of Assessorshlp pnpers, should have been L. O. Van Allen. Fon tho prospectus, terms of subscrip. tion, rates of advertising, nnd other matters relating to this papor, see first column of tho first page. We think our readers will be nblo to appreciate tho excellent quality of tho per ...

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

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSfUllG, FRIDAY, JANUARY .4, iw7. FIMIK ItOUXl) TAUM2. A HATUUAY HttVIRW Of IjITISUATUHI!, KOCIKTY, AND AUT. Thf nonndToWciUln1)Slii1iwl forlhalinnineh !nr,dlscnlonof tho mi Meet ft tmlmd In It title lt purpofu' I to bo wiim ly fenrleM nrm .ntuim moiled In formlnu II opinion, nlvd tornllett tho inmtlirllllnut nuil mhul.irly vi .Hern In I ho covin trv to Rive them oiueHston. Homo may oecn fdnnAlly bo iMlrftrl liy th" tono find Fplrlt wherein this In done, hut wo beg nil inch to con Mder In the words of Mr, UuMtln how much lens hnrm Is done In lho world by uugnu-t ful bold m-ss limn by untimely fenr. , , . The Hound Table is independent In i-Ki1itto,ntia It will not hesltnto to condemn or to Milnln Mich men or measures of wlmtovtir sect, cttnuo, or tvtrtV n miv n-ntit fti Iim ndltnlN tn bit (mill tltllO to time In n position of nntnuonlsm or othervl;u tothomntcrlnl interests rttheror ihemetmpoll tnn connnunlty or to thono of thu u- holo common Tho Uound Tnhlo oxhds ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 January 1867

VOL. I.-NO. 2. A Democratic Nowspapor, ia runu9nnD rou tub r-normuToiia iir JOHN a. FHEEZE, ISVEHV FUIE-AY MORNING AT tUoanutmrg, ColnmMa County, Pa. THE principles of ihia pnpor nro of tlio JelTcrBon Uli Bchootof txjllllca. Thoso principles will liovor U coniprouiticd, yet courtesy und ltlndosii shall bat bo furgdttcii in discussing lliom, whether will ludlvldiuli, or with contemporaries of the Presx, The unity, happiness, nud prospci Ity of tlio coun. try hour aim and object i nndns tlio means to secure tliat, wo sliall labor honestly nud earnestly tor tliehnrmouy,uoccssndBrowtliof our organ' button, IttiM seemed to tho Proprietors that thoro- gulrcmeuta of a County newspaper liavo not been heretofore fully met by their predecessors or con. temporaries J and they Uavo determined to, If pooslblo, supply tho deficiency. In a literary point of view also this paper will aim at a high stand, ord, and hopes to cultivate In Its readers n correct tMto and sound Judgment on merely literary...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 January 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJKG-, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1867. excursion up tho river, when lio prom Iscil himself the pleasure of calling up on her. Kitty was still mystified j slio replied to Mr. Drown that sho had received no other articles, and had no reason lo sup pose that sho hnd been rcnu inhered by his friend. Then sho heard of Ham's devotion to herself, and of his Intention of returning to Drook's JIM as soon as Ills school hnd ended. How unllko the account Crawford had given her. At tho mention of him her visitor s.arted, saying that It was tho name of the man who had called for the packago that ho had represented himself as coming at Sam's request, as ho was go ing directly to Drook's Mill ; that tho gleam of Ids cyo was had, nnd his story Inconsistent a? ho told of Sam's sudden departuro for sea, and that, together with tho strangeness of tho event, gavo him strong suspicions that he had been unfairly dealt with. Kitty had grown cold and stern, with tho purpose sho had resolved...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 January 1867

f THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, FRIDAY, JANUAllY 11, 1867. hloomsiiuho, it.n'.va., jax, ii, mi. William I,. Madhocmc a.vd Co. dealers In lino groccrliM, No. llfl South Third Street (oii-wllo tlio Cllr.i rdDtiuk) Flilladdiihtn. Fou tho prospect in, terms ofsubscrli tlon, intra of advertising, mid other matters relating to this paper, see first column of tho ilrat page. Wn hear of n queer ease of witchcraft lu Mifflin. Will our friend Dr. Mont gomery Investigate It and iend us tho result of his Inquiry. are Indebted to Hon. a. 1). Jack ton for a copy of Auditor-Clcneral'u lie port, ifbout which wo shall have (some thing to tay hereafter. We begin on Philadelphia Market Reports this week. They will bo con tinued and corrected from tho latest pa pers, weekly. Tun Radicals passed tho Negro SttfT ragoUlllfor tho District of Columbia over tho President's Veto; tho vote In tho House being 11U yeas, as nays. Tuu Congressional Radicals refused totidjourn, In honor of Jackson's victo ry nt New O...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 January 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJItG, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1867. PUBLICATIONS. PUBLICATIONS, DRUGS Be. MEDICINES. DRY GOODS. SEWING MACHINES. DRY GOODS, &o. RAIL ROADS. nniiK hound taiujE, A 8ATUHIUY IinVIHW OF MTEUATUUK, SOCIETY, AND AHT. Tlio Itonn i Tnblft liMtflhllRhcil fortho unflhirh. Ingdlscnswlon of ttio subjects immwl In Us title ItsmirpoRo is to bo utterly fcnrlcM nhtw.utmm niellort In formlnpr Ur oplnlmi., nw to rolled llio most uniiiniu ami Brimuiuy wiu-rs in i ne cum try to Rlo them expression, Homo limy mca elonally tto illpliied by tlio tone nnl spirit wherein thin is ilono, but wo bee nil nuch to ion-MUor-in tho wonls of Mr, Uuskln hmr inurh less lmriulsilonnhitho worltl by ungraceful 1kM new tlinu by untimely fear. The Hound Tnblfl Is independent In politic, ntnl It will not heaitnto to condemn or to sustain such men or meiwnres of wlmtevcr eet, rllqim or tmrtvns mnv &e.em to thn nitlinrM In lm from limn to time In n position of nnUifttmhm or othemiso toUioniiitcrlnl ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 January 1867

lie VOL. I.-NO. 3. A Democratic Newspaper, U icnLiaiiBU rou thr rnomiKTons nr JOHN Q. FItEEZE, BVXBY miDAY MOItNINO AT nioomibarg, Columbia Count)-, r. TlITi principles bf this pnper nro of tho Jefferson tan School of politic. Thoso principles will never ba compromised, yet courtesy nud klndcss shall not bo forgotten In discussing them, whether with individual, or with coutetnporurlos of tho Press. Tho unity, happiness, and prosperity of tho coun try la our aim and objeetj and as tho means to ecuro that, wo shall labor honestly nnd earnestly for tho harmony, success and growth of our organ liatlon. It lias seemed to tho IToprletors that tho re guTrenicnts of o County newspaper havo not been horctoforo fully met by their predecessors or con toniporarles i and they have determined to, If posslblo, supply tho doflclcucy. In a literary point at vlsw also this paper will aim at n high stand ard, and hopes to cultivate In Its renders a correct Usto and sound Judgment on merely literary, a...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 January 1867

THE COLIJMBIAN, ELOOMSBUHG, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1867. John o. rm:i:zi:, unnoii. 1IIA)0.MUUU1UI, rillt'AV, .JAW. IS, 1MT7. TIIE LEGISLATURE. Wo have been looking over tho Legis lative Kccord, mul find that the rent business of tlio session lias not yet be gun, so far as law making Is concerned. Tho reception of tlio message of Gov. Curtln, tho canvassing for nmt election ofa Stato Treasurer, tho preparation for tho inauguration of Gov. Geary; and last but not by any means least, tho flcrco fight which has been going on over tho question of who shall bo Uni ted States Senator In place of Mr. Cow an, lias taken up tho tlmo and attention Of tho Lcglslatupc. Tho lladlcal ma jority has not ilono Itself any credit by Us action on tho last question. Tho Boldlcr interest mul tho conservative el ement wcro for Qov. Curtln, they havo f0nows . uccn ignoreu aim oaso ami uisgrucwim j d hnticacl. Andrew Johnson. Vice. jmiucnccs navo inumpiicu. President, and actlnc President of tho uov. lAirim una...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 January 1867

W.LU.'fJU1 1U.L.I.J THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1867. nam uloomsruro, penna., jan. , k, William L. Mad dock and Co. dcnlcra In lino groceries, No. 115 South Third Street (onposlto tho aim rdlianlO PJillndelphlix. Foil tlio prospectus, terms ofsubscrlii tlon, rntert of advertising, nnd other mutters relating to thig paper, seo first column of the llrst page. Our thanks arc duo to tlio Hon. Jut. McIIcnry, Hon. Thomas Chalfant, and Hon a. D. Jackson, for Legislative fa vors. Wo sliall preserve the "Record" for future reference. Avi'oimtmcxt. On tho fifteenth of Deecntbcr, Hcnjamln Ziuimermau was Appointed Post Master at llcaver Val ley, lu tills county, in placo of J. 11am bcrger who had resigned and gone West. Somh of our town Subscribers havo not directed how they desiro their papers delivered, whether by tho carrier, or loft at tho FostOfllco or at the Printing Office. If they will indicate to us where they would prefer to get them wo will do our best to accommod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 January 1867

1 THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG," FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1S67. PUBLICATIONS. rpiIK ItOCND TAIUjI?. A bATUIlDAY HKVIKW OF MTKIUTUUE, hWlITTY, AND AltTt Tim Hon tut Tn..1 UrfttnlilUlicri ftr tlicMinfllnoh Inez dlciiNsloii of llio fttihlrrl! iintiuil til Its I It If. Itnnrroe Is to bo utterly frrtrIot nnu ,.ntrnm mtflM In forming Kh opinions, nml to collect the muni, uriiunm mm scuoinny wiiifm in uiu i-imii' trv to nlve lliem oxnromloM. Home limv men- B.onnUy lio dttplonKctl ly tlio tono nml spirit wherein this 1 Mono, hut wo Itrunll such toron nlder In thf wonln of Mr. HiikIii linw much icsa nnrm 1 ilono in tho world ny uiignici'lul boiu new tlmn hr untimely friir, Thti Hamitl Tn I ile 1 lmtenenrieut In ltollt left. nn1 It will not hotltnto toconuenn or to UHtnln Hitch men or inemurr of whntovcr oct, rUquc, or Itnny ns mny serin to me (Minora io no irom imio o time In ft iNMltlon or nntntionl-tm or ollnnvIc to the mnterlnl Interim tt either or the inetmnoH tnn rotnniuulty or to those of the ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 January 1867

VOL. I.-NO. 4. BLOOMSBU11G, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1S67. P1U0B FIVE CENTS. THE COLUMBIAN, A Democratic Nowspnpor, u ruiiLisnr.D ron tub riiornitiToits uv JOnN G. FREEZE, EVERY FniDAY MOItKIXO AT Dloorailiurg, Columbia Count', Pa. Till principles ot tills po per arc of the Jerrcron tAn Bclioolof lxilltlct. Those principles will never be compromised, yet courtesy and klniless shall not bo forgotten In discussing them, whether with Individuals, or with contemporaries of the Press Tho unity, happiness, mid prosperity of tho coun try U our aim mid object i nnd ns the menus to eccuro that, we shall labor honestly and earnestly for the harmony, success nnd growth of our organ Uatlou. It una seemed to tho Proprietor that the re quirements of ft County newspaper have not been heretofore fully met by their predecessors or con temporaries i nnd thy have determined tn, If possible, supply the deficiency. In n literary point of vlow also this paper will nlin at n high stand ard, nnd hopes to c...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 January 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSEUIIG, EltlDA-Y, JANUARY 25, 18G7. SHItc $olumMan, joiin o. rm:i:zK, kditou. iiLooMnufita, ritm.VY, jan, 25, in7. A CHANGE VOll THE WORSE. Only sovon years ago taxation was lighter In tills country tlinti In any other In tho world, and yet there was not wanting thoso who clamored for n change, and thoy got It. Let na see. In a report recently made to Congress, It is tinted that tho whole amount of revenue raised by Interim taxation, during tho year ending .Tunoao, 1SG0, was $:iin,()()(i,- tSl,00, and from customs or tariff siliO, CG5,2S2,00, making a total of $501,1.72, 2G0,00. Assuming the population of the country to he thlfty-Ilvc millions, It Is equal to sixteen dollars and four cents to each man, woman, and child. If wo supposo that tho value of tho real and personal property of tho coun try has Increased slnco 1 SCO, sufllciont to ttiako up for the;ios.csnnddepreciations growltig out of the war, the rate of tax ation on property for tho last year was about...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 January 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, B.LOOMSBU11G, FllIDAY, JANUA11Y 25, 1S67. 8flw dlotumbinm nLOOMSHUItO, l'EN.VA., JAN. i Wr. William Ij. Haddock and Co. dealers in flno groceries, No. llfi South Third Street (onnosltotlioaim rilUnnk) Plillniloliihln. Hooks, now ami second liand, paper, envelopes, Ink, etc., constantly for sale at tho Itecorder's office. A load of good dry wood wanted nt tho ofllco of tho Columiuav, on sub scription, nt once. Titr.ni: Is an immense, amount ofsnow upon tho ground, and If It should go off with a rain, wo may expect n very high freshet. Ton tho propcctn, terms ofsuhscrlp Hon, rates of advertising, mid other matters relating to this paper, see first column of tho first page. Otm market report allows that clover seed Is pretty high. Among our new advertisements Is one of an invention for stripping tho seed from tho stalk, which Is worthy tho attention of fann ers. Edward Levers was serloily in jured near Catawissa station by tho cars, last Monday, lire. IJarrkon of Bloom, ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 January 1867

' W tow- mi THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1867. PUBLICATIONS. rpiIK HOUND TABLE. AHATUttDAY ItUVir.W OF MTKItATUtlE, BOCIKTY, AND AltT. Tho Round TftMoUinlnblMwd for tlin mi-flinch-lti iH-icussion of tlio milOt'ctn nnmed In Its title. Itiniri(vo to bo utterly fcntlew mm ntrnin mollctl In forming lis opinion, mid to collect tho inont brill Inn I mm nchnlnrly wtltctR In tlio emm try to trlvo them expression. Soino innywca flonnlly bo tlHnleiisctl by tho tonn mill nplrlt whrroln this Is done, but wo br nil Pitvli to eon Rider In tbo wonln of Mr. lttinklii how much less hnrm Is done in tho world by ungruccful bold u pm tlmn by untimely fenr. Tho Hound Table 1 Independent In jwllllo, nnd it will not hnttato to condemn or to nuMitln Mich men or mernurcs of whatever pert, rllmie. or pnrty ns may seem to tho editors to be from time In time, in n potdllon of nntnnonl-.ni or otherwise to tho mntertnl interests either of the metionoll tnn community or to thoau or tho whole co...

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

, -grr 111 VOL. I.-NO. fi. BLOOMSBTJRG, PA., FRIDAY, FEBllUAllY 1, 1867. THICK FIVE CENTS. POETRY. THE COLUMBIAN, A Democratic No'VHpaperi u rL'ULisiiKU rou tiih i-norhiinuui uy JOHN G. FREEZE, UVUHY l'ltl DAY MOHNINU AT flloomsburg, Cu1utitlla Count)') 11. 'llillprlnclplcsof this paper ore ofllm Jenei'sdll. dm School of ulllk'. Those pi Inctplc s will never' ,., , ,, , "., , . . Q'1' hl mound go, said the timid of niyhenrt, Hot bo forgotten lndlscusslugthein, whcthorwllli profferM her lips ns my my Id .leniirt. Individuals, or with contemporaries of llio Truss. The muni Is approaching, my itiutlii-r will know The unity, happiness, und prosperity uf tlio conn. -M' mildest, nnd dearest, oil, kiss IHo nml go! try li our Mill and object : and ns tlio means to Miogovo mo tlio blessing In such n sw.tl way. secure that, wo shall labor honestly audcarucstly That tlio thrill of Us pleasure Indeed mn li) sky. fur tho harmony, success and grew thuf our oig'in- H" cklssed till the morning cant...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 February 1867

85hfi (IfotmnVmn. JOHN G. FREEZE, KD1TOR. 11LOOMSUIIU1, FRIDAY, 1'EIl. 1, 1SOJ. ONE OP THE RESULTS OP CHANGE. During tho days of Frank Shuttle, mid even up to so Into a data ns 1SC0, there was about tho LcgUlattiro mid public oftlces mill buildings it rcnl effort to econ omist) to eavo money front beliij need lessly expended. Tho smallest nppro prhttion or expenditure of money wits subjected to a rigid scrutiny. Wo refer now to the Legislature, and tho public buildings. That was tho rule, excep tions there may havo been. For the last few years all this is chang ed, tho rule now is to spend ns much as possible, and apparently thoro is no check. Sinco George Darsio left tho Senate, no ono cares enough nbout such matters to pay it any attention. Perhaps, indeed, no ono hat experience enough to do it, even if so disposed. Itepalrs to tho building havo always been done by tho Superintendent alone, usually under the direction of tho Heads of Department, and with nn expendi ture of from th...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 February 1867

u (Batumlriam DLOoMsntnu, ritin.vv, i-ijii. 1, isot. He suro rtiul rend tho tutverthomcnu, Tlicy nro tho history of thu business of thU county, nnd nro nil Important. "Bvow Flakim" next, WnMt nla next week a great vrtrlcty of short, ex citing, onil oiitcrtnlulnfr articles hereto foro crowded out by larger matters. WK will endeavor to plcuso nil tnste-i. Some llko stories, and somo tho u horri bio and awful." Enough of each can be hid. ana wo will trlvo several. William L. Maddock and Co. OMI.utolnliln 4 ...... ........ OCR thanks are due to Surveyor Gen- rnti i.itiu liji:ii lur n I'liiiv in iii4 nniTni We publish ehowhero n somewhat lulion, taken from the Now York Times, Republican. Rend It and see to what tho Kadlaala are tending, aa they them mIvm admit. Did tho editor of the Republican irivo I testimony before the lmpoachinent-as-c.wliiatlon committee, during his visit to Wtulilngton '.' If he did, then rrood- Iliyo Johnson. When published, scad icopy to tho President. A VERY int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 February 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, FRIDAY, FEBRXJA11T 1, 1867. PUBLICATIONS, riniK ItOl'XJ) TAISTjK. A HATUUDAV .U.Vl.lW OP MTKltATUUlI, fWIKTY, AN'lI AltT, TIip Itmnut TnlitrlRrtnlitl1iM for Iho iinninc-li. thi ai(-UNlun nf the rttliJt'rlH nnnirtl 111 it title. Itnimrpcwn H to.iolitl.rty fimrlcM ntm ..iiiriim tncltod Ih formlim Hh opinion, ntwl to rolled Iho most brilliant niul i-cholnily wrlti'i- In the ram." try to (tlvo llicni x predion, Homu' miiy cm en Mount ly lid tllitrfivtil Ity tho tono mul FilrM wlieroln thH l done, tmt wo lire till Midi to eon Miter In tin1 wonl of Mr. ltuuln lio.r mudi 1cm linrin hitonu iuJlim.orM by ungraceful liolcl Iipri than hy untimely fnir, TIip ltounil Tahlo W hutcnrriilent In totltle,mn. It wilt not hesitate tocoritieimi or toMt-tnliiMich men or moiwnre of vhulerr Fuct, clique, or Itnriy limy hcpim io mu cmtori 10 uu irom nine otlmoln ft vu'tHw of iititnKoiiImi or otherwise to tlio material tnleieti t Itln-r cif tho motroimll tnu community or to thoso ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 February 1867

ii iff I if Mt lit if it VOL. I.-NO. 6. THE COLUMBIAN, A JJomocratic Nowspnper, n rviiuaiicD ron the ritoriiiETqiut nv JOHN Q. FREEZE, EVEllY FRIDAY MORNING AT IUoomilmrfr, Colunililn Count) , t'a. THE prluolnlM of this pa per are of tins Jefforion Inn School of politic. Those, principles will never to eompromUad, yot courtesy una kludcss slinll uot Ijo forgotten lu illicusslng them, whether wltli Individuals, or with contemporaries of tho Press The unity, happiness, and prosperity of tho coun try Is our aim and object; and as the means to Bocuro thut, wo shall labor honestly and earnestly for tho harmony, success and grow thof our organ ization. It has seemed to tho Proprietors that tiio re quirements of a County licwspapcrliave not been lierotoforo fully met by their predecessors or con temporaries i and they havo determined to, If possible, supply the deficiency. In a literary point of viow also tills paper will aim at a high stand ard, and hopes to cultivate In Its renders a cor...

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 February 1867

SUltc apotumbhuu John n. freeze, i:niT(iit. iiLnn.M.mivnn, fiudav, vkh. b, i.oj. SELECTION OF JUH0R3. Tho polltlcnl complexion of Juries se lected In thU county during the lift few ypiirs, lias lieen tnnilo tlicpulijcut ofcom plnlnt. A lnrgo majority of tho Jurors drawn Imvo been Democrat?, although tho minority havo not been, nt any tlmo disfranchised or excluded. Inasmuch as popular confldenco In tho adminis tration of Justlcoought to bo maintained, and fair rides of practice provull In all courts, wo shall ,-rlvoto this general sub ject of selecting jurors, such examina tion as will present It clearly and Indi cate a chango In tho system of selecting not only for this county but for all the counties in tho State. In tho first place, it is to bo remem bered that tho Democratic voters of this county aro nearly double tho number of Republican voters ; so that a fair selec tion, proportioned to tho weight of each party, would give about twice as many from tho former class as nrodrawn...

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