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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 31 October 1866

1 1 1 . NORTE in TRUTH AND RIGHT-GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars per Annum In Advance. JACOBY & SIHJ3IANY 1 ublislsers. DEMOCRAT AND STAR OF TB X f I. V VO L. XXX- j OLD SERIES. J)R, .MARSHALL'S CATARRH S.MJ'fF, This Snuff hna thoroughly proved itef to be the "rucio Known tor mrmi inn tiTttin, LniD is THE IIEB Und ItF.ADAt li ha b'M-ll f-Ml nil II n p X rellent irincly in many t.w of Sore Eye. DAr- is iiua hcfii r i.'.vcil ly 11 anil Mearq in baa oltuH Ueen greatly imprnvi'il by it use. Hid Irujrnnl nml nrof-aliiy. nml t.ivfcd IMMUOIATB RF.MHF Tjptne nell lifiivy p;niia muMi'il by ilin- r.f the mail.- t lie -ii-:tuoii ;. t n:nt it are oliclitfiil nml tiivi?orittiu!;.1' m-M i'-.-iii pitri'-s out all obstruction vtrenslm-ii-i liiti Ll,uit, id iveaa iieultliy acliuu to lue J.:irt.- nn,.cli'il. More than Thirty Years' Of&itaan-l nun of Dn. tltig.ui,'i l'iTin n'l Hkadaciik Ssi rr. ha pr-reil iingr-at vhIiid ft a'l tne C"iiinitm i:i-c1 -! nfi lur llail.tiiiu ut till inouiuiit ill...

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. — 31 October 1866

D E HOC RATI ITiR. TT. H. JACOBY.A J. P. BHUMAN, EDITORS. BLOOUSBCRS, WED.USB1I, OCT. II, 1S66 8. M. Pbttwwimii A Co..' 37 Park Row Nevr York re duly authorised tosolleit and receive subscrip tions and advertising for tn UrmtrrMl (tar, pub tubed at Biooicsbarg. Columbia ceuntjr. Pa, - - - ' - ' ' -"A Slander Repeated." - The Columbian is very indignant that "we ehould. refer to the wide-spread and reitera ted report of the drunkenness of the Pres- ' jdent and certain United States Senators. "We haye only to remind the motley crowd who Erarround that curiously accommodating journal, in the oQce of which was printed that long-to-be-remembcred and extraordi nary paper, the Campaign, the columns of which gave immortality to the "Whiskey Brigade, we say that we hare only to re mind this crowd, of one or two old adages ; euch as, "curses, like chickens, come home to roost"; "peorle who live in glass houses should not throw stones" ; &c. We believe that the "Whiskey Brigade" has the ab...

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. — 31 October 1866

A r 'A 7 ) y DEM 0 01? AT A N D ST A H. LOCAL.- DEPARTMENT- -T " BLO OMSBURG ; Wednesday, October 31, 1866. rf VVi will thank our reader -for all loeal occur rence in their immediate localities. If they no not tfetirn to write communication for the public eye, li them read u a brief Statement of everything of intermit in their rpcctiire communitie. A list ef marriage, death, accident flre, removals, busi- ness'ebanges, te. We will put Uiera in forin. The mora fact of tliit kind we ca jet the better it will suit oa and our reader. Who will do it I To AvRTiKs. Per. n wishing advertisements Inserted. Vnust fennd them in early on Tuesday morn ing" to insure their insertion for that week AKSWEH3 TO COBEESFONDENTS" r-i rn . . : n m: j j: D. iub man vuu enquire unur uui uia- vntinno LU r,ar,Ar nr) .HrRrtiunir -Tiicf ! we expected. The man who can't take a few sort knocks as well as aice, had ousht not as- aume a position of public journalist He is in private life now ; we have nothing more...

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. — 31 October 1866

AGRICULTURAL. -DIPOHTANT TO FAK.5II.113. The following decisions have recently been given by the commissioner of Internal Reve nue aft Washington. They are important to farmers,' in so far as they untangle some of the knotty points of the law. ' 1.- Farmers will not be required to make " return of produce consumed in their owu iui mediate families. - '. 2. The farmer's promts from sales of live stock are to le found by deducting from the gross receipts for auiniak sold, the purchase money paid for the same. If animals have been lost during the year by death or rob bery ."the purchase money paid for such 'ani mal may be deducted from the gross income of the farm. .... 3. No deduction c;m be made by the far mer for th value of services rendered by his minor children, whether he actually pays for such Eervices or not ' If his adult chil dren work for him and receive compensation for their labor, they axe to bo regarded as other hired laborers in determinating his in come. - 4. Money pa...

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. — 7 November 1866

rrVTUTi A lTTTV CI FT! A ITD OvTHl nnTIUH MATDTHT 1 lf . u u: u xzx n-s. n mi -in. vsm j n u'. i iiJ P lViIdiJ)iL JJJjJJlVliLQi JL .lUNilU' JL TAL.IL Qy HJJL' IL JLIUUJ 1 N V-U-W -it -u.-u-u ft . .5 " i" " ''" v " ' tf ' . -: - " . ' ' ' ' - " " ' '"" r- n.tu.. innnm vw 4fvnl JACCSY & SIIU3I1N Publishers. TRUTH ANO RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. i .. y. - BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1866.. KC,r series VOL. ! NO- 37. VOX- XXX- 1 OLD SERIES. . urn i I ' " J "' V " T " - - ' r r 7 a. MARSHALL'S XATAIXnU SINXFF, Thi Snnffha thoroughly proved Ittelf to b the bet article known for caring the Catasrh, Colo in thb Uu and iIbabach. It haa been found an ex cellent remedy in many caeea of 80 re Eye, Dair- x eh baa been removed by iwaad hab.q im has one heen greatly improved by Ita nse. Ilia fragranl and agreeably, and GIVES 1MME0IATE RELIEF To the Halt heavy pain eauaed by disease of the Head. Toe sensation aterusmg it are delightful and invizorating.lt opens and purge...

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. — 7 November 1866

JEtilOOfiAT& STAR, . . -, ... y- TV tt. JACOBY 4 J. V. SnCMAN, EDITOaS, BLOOSSSCRS, WEIOESDAI,.A0F. 7, ISG6. 8. M. Firmnu A; Co .. 37 Park Bow New York re duli authorixnd to solicit aud receive tubterip lions and advertising for ths DinocrtU 6ar,ub- Imbed at Bloomsburg, Columbia cuaty, ra, The Baltimore Troubles. At onetime it was thought that something seriota would grow out of the Baltimore troubles. The Radical press throughout the country -were calling upon the "boya in blue" to be on hand in case they could succeed in bringing on a clash of arms. ' These disloy al editors, enemies of the President and op posed to all law and order, declared that they would cause the streets of Baltimore to run with the blood of every man who dared rap port Gov. Swarm in the removal of the old Police Commissioners. I" The old board of Commissioners, after having a fair and impartial hearing before the proper authorities, have been removed, and a new board appointed. Wm. Thomas Valliantand Ja...

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. — 7 November 1866

DEMOCRAT AND STAR. LO CAL " DEP AKTA1EN T. -BlTo O M SB U R.G ': ' Wednesday, Nov. 7, 1866. O We will thank our readers Tor alt local occur rence in their immediate localities. If they do not desire to write a communication for the pubhe eye. let them send us brief statement of everything of later.. In their recme-comanie. Alistef ness changes, tie. We will put them in form. . The more facta of this kind we can jet the better it will t uit us and oar readers. Who will do it f To Advertiscss. Persons wishing advertisements Inserted, mnst hand them in early on Tuesday cioru inj to insure their insertion for that week. Job Printing. We are prepared to do all kinds of Job Printing neatly and prompt- ; JS? Judge Unpen ia building a rather fine stable on one of his lots on Centre Street. . JKjT Buckwheat Hour, Corn and Pota toes, taken at this office on subscription. JESJ- Sec J. J. Brower's advertisements in this paper. "Jerry" has a good lot of cheap goods. Give him a calL I5 The list o...

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. — 7 November 1866

AGRICULTURAL. Frfira the Gcrmantown Telearaph. LJo:;o2ir forfakmers. ' No man can attain richer in either land or ' money .'without the necccssary implements to work witlw , A frugal wife is the first and indispensable point, and after that an adap tion in all his preperations to his means, and the object to be accomplished. It is an excellent maxim, in agricultural as well as other pursuits, to aim high. If the object pursued is but little above your own level, you gain but little cridifc for the exertion required to reach it. For the farmer who gets his living from his land and pay3 his rent or increases his income, there is no one word in tho whole dictionary of such mighty force and meaning as economy. - ; - I take it for ' granted that the man who takes a wife whom he has vowed to protect and cheriih, a3 lng ago made up his mini and established his habits in relation to in dustry and temperance, two essential virtues, he may think, too", that he has done so with' respect, to ec...

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. — 14 November 1866

WRTft i nn BE I Two Dollars per Annum la Adrance. TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. JACOB! & SUrai AN Publisher. DEMOCRAT STAR 0 -A A 1 7 VOL- XXX- 1 SERIES. j)FL. MARSHALL'S .ATAIIRU SNUFF, This Snuff bus thoroughly proved ltse:f to bn the -Dt article known Tor caring the Catar&ii. Cold is .The Hub and IIeadacrc. It ha ben found an ex xellent remedy in many caces of Sore Eye, Dcaf- S7M baa been removed by it. and RcAAainbaa often Been greatly improved by its use. It la fragrant and acrerahly. and N GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF To the doll heavy pains caused by diseases of the JJead. Tbe sensation a'ter using it are deliehtful and jnvigorating.lt opens aud parses out all obstructions. atrengtbens tbe glands, and gives a healthy action to me pans anectea. More than Thirl y Years' Of Sale and use of Da.. Marshall's Catarrh and Hbadacrr Snutf. has proved its r iat value for all the common diseases of the Head, and at thij moment it (lands higher than ever before. It is recommended...

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. — 14 November 1866

DEMOCRAT & STAR. VT. H. JACOBT A J. P. SITCMAN, EDITORS. BL003SBURC, WED3ESDAI, ROY. H, 1868. B M Prrnii'giu fc Co- .37 Park Rpw New York r.dulVanhoried to -olicit and receive ';'' ons and advertising for Iba JMawcral Star, pub- are tion lisbed at Bloomsburg, Columbia county, The Election in Maryland. The result of the late election in Mary land haa redeemed and disenthralled the Stata. It3 people had suffered for five yeara a despotism unexampled in American his tory, and Tfhich is a burning disgrace to the American name. They have triumphed, too, by peaceable means, against difficulties and disabilities which seemed to forbid all rea sonable hope of deliTery. We rejoice, for the sake of popular institutions, that the victory was won against such odda and such adversaries, by gentle and legitimate meth ods, rather than by violence. The radicals are not in good temper, of course. They an ticipated a very different issue. They fan cied that force and fraud would prove too strong ...

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. — 14 November 1866

DEMO CilAT AiN D STAR. BLOOMSBURG Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1066, -"- YVa will thank our readers for all local occur r ncea in their immediate", localities. If they oo not desiro to write a communication for the public eye. let them nd u a brief statement of everything of latert.it Ib their respective eommunitiei. Alistef marriage', deatba, accidents. Area, removals, busi ness changes, fce. We .will put them in form. The mors fact! of tbi kind we can jet the belter it will tuit os and our readers. Who will do it ? ' To AovBRTtsaas. Persons wishing advertisements Inserted, must hand them in early on Tuesday moru; lug to inaure their insertion for that week. Sec Sheriff's sales of real estate in fauother column of, to-day's paper. To be Bold on the 3rd of December next. " The partnership lately existing be Iween "W. II. Jacoby and E. K. IWler, has : .been mutually dissolved. See notice of dis solution elsewhere. JCST The members of the Albright Con gregation are holding a protracted meeting...

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. — 14 November 1866

AGRICULTUBAL. , RAILROAD DOORS FOR BARNS. Ttese door3 ara far superior to the old fashioned doors, which revolve on hinges. They are oper?d and closed by means of a rail and sever j small iron trucks securely attached to the top, and are so constructed as not only to close the door effectually Rgainst the ingress of rain, snow and cold air, but to be very durable and, in every re rpect, efficient. Large doors are formed by -one inch matched boards, placed perpendic ularly, and crossed by matched strips of the tame in a diagonal direction, or from corner to corner on both sides. These steps are so put-on as to represent the sheathing often eeen on fine houses, being about eix inches in width, and covering the entire, surface. It will be seen at once that three thicknesses of matched boards, securely nailed and thor oughly painted, besides being so hung as to obviate effectually all possibility of sagging, as is the case with doors of ordinary con struction and workmanship when hung i...

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. — 21 November 1866

Hi NOK nn mm nn nn V JACOBY & SHUMAN, Publisher i. TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. - .. Two Dollars per Annan 1 zi Atfr&nVt' BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO-, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1866. mrB. VOL. L NO: VOL. XXX- OI-D SERIES. flfW TTTIV MM) BEMOGKAT AMD ST ILj UJ lVILiED A T J)R. MARSHALL'S CATARRU SNUFF, , This Snuff bas thoroughly proved itself tm be the article innwi I or earing in. uuiiii, loid in Htti and HiiDicit. it has been fonad a. ex- 'client remedy in many can of Sore Eyes. Dsas- usss Baa been removed by it. aad But la Haa ottea ween (really improved by Ita me. It la fragrant and arreeably. and GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF To the doll heavy peine caused by dimaoee of the Head. The sensation a'ter asms It are seiifutiui ana Invigorating .It open and pargea .utall obstruction a. strengthens ilie glands, mad gives a healthy action to the parts anected. More than Thirty Years' Of Sale and ase of Da. Mtasu all's Citiui and Msaoachb Bntirs, baa proved iu.gr tat value for ...

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. — 21 November 1866

DBHOCRAT-& STAR, T. H. JACOB Y k Jt P, SHUilA.EDITOES. - B.i. PrnoTH. & Ca.. 37 Far Row New York 'braduly authorised to solicit and receive subscrip tions and advertising for the ?socrt tar, pub lished a iilomtbatt . Columbia county, Fa, WT" '. V ;"r;r Blasphemy. , ;.. trhe" deleterious, 'effects of Var are well 'knoni; and the demoralization which al ways precedes w ar 13 equally -well-kno-vra. Blasphemy and infidelity always accompany, and.oommonly go before,, all great public "tumulta.'In. France, ..at the time of the Revolution of 1789, the Christian Religion Yras denounced by the ..Authorities in the most formal maimer ; and it was inscribed over " the" doors of the Churches of Paris, "Death' is an "eternal sleep.'.' .The flow of Mood "eeenied to obliterate the idea. of a God. , . V. v ... -; ' go it vras in our late saDguitary conflict jPriests ia, their eacerdotalj abandoned the Gospel of God, and preached politics. The howl of what had been known as Christian Communi...

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. — 21 November 1866

J f --. A f -a - - - DEMO CEAT a ND STAR BLOOM SBURG - Wednesday, Up v. 21, IS 66. -try We will thank our reader for all local occur ' ranees in their immediate localities. If they do.uot desire to write a communication for the public eye,. - let the ra end us' a brief statement or everything of latertat in their . respective communitiea. A list ef alarViages, deaths,' sccidents, fires, removals, busi ness changes, ce. Wt will put them in form. . The . mors facta of tbia kind we can gat the better it will uit as and our readers. Who will do it 1 To AnveaTtscaa. Persons wishing advertisements inserted, must hand them in early on Tuesday aaoru ing to insure their insertidn for that week ' TO COREESFONDENTS L. OF Hemlock. Yes, sir, are aware tkat a man "by tltV name of little was ia your lownship putting, down names tor the new tater, which has not ret made its appear ance. There is no trouble to pet subscribers after his. fashion, but there will bo trouble to hold them as such and col...

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. — 21 November 1866

AGKICULTUKAL. . HINTS AEOUT WOEK. IJczzz3. la iroveniber we espect to get sll our stock ia the barns, and should tale frood care of them. There are no animals, however, that with plenty to eat will bear the cold so well as horses full grown hor-E-C3. 4 'Weathering" stunts colt3 shoct ingly. T7e Laye no doubt of the truth of the state ment, that farmers in Vermont frequently winter their -horses in an open meadow with barely a shed to run under, giving them a little hay or straw only during ice storms, when they cannot paw down through a foot or two of snow and get at the grass and dy ver aftermath, which was left for them. They are said to grow fat upon such treat ment Nothing is worse for horses than blanketing and two much tendercare. Keep them clean they can't be too well groom edbut let them have fresh air and cold air, plenty of it, but not in draughts through windows, floor cracks, etc. "When they are sweaty, rub them and blanket them until dry, and for aa hour or two after th...

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. — 28 November 1866

. W' ' ' - STAR OF BE NORTE Two Dollars per Annan In dyanct. JACOBY & SHlMlN.J'Ublis&e's.; TRUTH AND RIGHTGOD AND OUR COUNTRY. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.y WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1866. seu.es J VOL. L NO. 40. VOL. XXX- i szkihs. 1 i 4 J)R. MARSHALL'S . . CATARRH SftCFF, " .. . . - ; , This Snuff has thoroughly proved itself to' b" the nest article Known lot earing the Citirh, Cols in Tin Hi Hid tiinCH. li has been fortud nn ex client i.medy in many cacti of 9or Eves. Dr- Xicss baa been removed by il.and IJsaboin ba often sen greatly improved by it. use. ' It i fragrant and agreeably, and - . GIVES IMMEOiATB BELIRF To the dall beavy pains caused by diwnse nf fhn Head. Tb. sensation ater asina it are deliehtful anil invigorating. K open auH purgeaoutall obstruction, tr.ngthen lu gland., aod give, a healthy action to I ui pari. nuecteu. More than Thirty Years' Oraleand use of Dr. M iiimu'i CiTtmiH and ilxiDACua Sni rr, has proved it. gr -at vain fur a' I the common dineaoe. ...

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. — 28 November 1866

n. . ro 0 "6 i Ail. Li il i V. TL JACOBT A J. P. EIICMAy, IDITOB3. a M. Frrnoxu ax Co- 3T Par Row New York are duly authorised solicit aad receive eubecrM t -ns endadvsrUsiog for the esieert Mr, pub lic sd at Bioomsbarg, Columbia eounty. fa. Ccnrcsa and the Currency. V' TTe Tosh we could Jbe permitted to hope that Congress immediately oa its assem blies, yrovld take the diseased and bloated condition of the currency in hand, and apply ttfuragsous and effectual remedies. "V? e can not doubt that the President's Message and the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, - -will contain plausible recommendations on this subject. It is desirable that their mer its Bhould be promptly canvassed by all the ability Congress either possesses or can bring to its aid, and that an earnest attempt should be rnada to restore the business of the coun try to a solid foundation. The ominous quaking in Wall Street, New York, a few days ago, and the heavy losses occasioned by the alarm, was but a slight...

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. — 28 November 1866

X DEM 0 CHAT A N I) STAB. , , LOCAL, DEPARTMENT. ! BLOOMS BURG : Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1066. 7 Wi will thank our reader for all local occur ra ncss in thru immediate; localities. If they do not ttetirn to write communication for the pubht ey., let them Mad a. e brief statement of everything of latertst in their respective commanitie. , A list ef Inirrlages, deaths, accidents, fires, removals, basi . neesttoange. Ace, We will put them io form. The Kre facta thi. kind we raft get the better it Will ault ne and oar reader. Who will do it I : To ATia..'--Per.in wishing advertisement Inserted, must hand them in early on Tuesday morn lag to insure their insertion for that week. , . , A.XSWE3 TO COKEESrONDENTS " S. One Democratic paper was thought sufficient, at this place, Dy tne wnoie yemo terafif. P.irtv r,f the Conntv: but it would ae em, that several would-be-prominent poli ticians, who are of an unsettled and dissat iofiA tn-n rf rnlnrl. anxious that anothei VirxT chinM r lannrV.fid T3...

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. — 28 November 1866

4 AGRICULTURAL." PIEE0T1ONS FOTl PACKING POUI . TilY. . ; la a late circular from extensive y New Xcxk proTisicn dealers, we select the Follow dixcctfoa for packing Poultry for W . V . . 3 ' ' - ''-- - 1 IzL Food ia tlia crop injures the appear EC2, ia liable to soar, and purchasers object to pajiag for this -vrorsa than n3eleaa weight therefore keep from food twenty-four hours before killing. 2d. Opening the Yelas of the neck in the best mode of kiting. If the head bo taken oJ at first, ths skin will recede from the neck-boce, presenting a repulsive feature. ' Srd. Most of the poultry sold in . thi3 xsirketk I'scalied," or "wet picked,'.' but "dry picked," is preferred by .a few," and' eeHs to aHaiited extent only, at full prices. Poultry may be picked dry without . diScul ty, if dona without delay after killing. : For scalding poultry, the water should be aa near to the boiling point as possible, with out actually boiling, the bird being held" by the legs, should be immersed, and ...

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