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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 November 1875

iitfitittlititir, BLooMsiiuna, pa. Nov. 5, 1875. WANTED IS 1'KXNSYliAANM I A DHMOCUATIO STATESMAN. W'c linvo been badly defeated, nml bo ciuso of our own blunder. At Pittsburg lat year our leading men strained every ncrvo to get a favorlto nominated for Judge, of tbo Supremo Court, because tbo nomination was oiulvnlent to an election. Tho balance of our ticket was considered a matter of form. At I'.rlp, this year, tho Convention was conplc.ioni1y composed of men who did not care to make a record. With n few ex ception Democrats of nbillty kept outside of tho Convention. The ticket nominated was unexceptiona ble. Hut, in order to givo Ohio a "send-off," Frank Hughes was permitted to put in the financial plank, which not only slapped our neighbor New York in tho face, but defied all tho traditions of our party and tho teach' ings of its fathers. As a matter of fact tho commltteo on Res olutions agreed upon tho l'itlsbnrg resolu tion, and tho Chairman, I' W. Hughes, re fused to report ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 November 1875

r THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMS.B URG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. THK COLUMBIAN. II Ij (I O M S II I) II II. Ml I II AY. Mir. 8, IMS linlf itimil Tlitip" TaMe. LACKAWANNA . III.OO.MSIIIHKI UAH. 1IOA1) SOUTH. Accommodation Truln,... M ill Train Repress Tain rni'Tii. . C.45 A. M. 1M A. M Mil 1 M T.tO A. M. 6. 3 I'. M ll.M A. M mi r. st. i AUIUSA UAH. IIOAI). NOIITII, POt'TIt A'vommoifitlnn inviti .. ,. iMs A.M. T,:w P.M. IWUtar PApr-n .1,68 V. M. tl.S-1 A. M. Tliront'ii cars on r.xpress train cither to Now York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Oatuvvlssn. ami Wllllamsport. NOTICE. All contract mnile y Mr. DlefJenbacli for nil vcrtlscmcnt, mid pre-paid subscriptions will be c.irriul out liy the present proprietors of tills pa per. Hmliicss cards In tho directory will Le continued, nt tho old rates, iiiiUrs otherwise or dered, and will date from Oct. 1st, 1S75. lu ll. Iittilness lo the Coi.UMniAN on any account from Jul M, 1873, to Oct. 1st, 1870, will settle with Mr. Dl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 November 1875

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA Agricultural. Mannsemciit of llalky Hones Tlio first and boiler way U never to havo n balky horse, irtiorscs nrc liandknl prop erly they will never balk. Alter a horse bai been "foolrd," as horsemen very properly ay when a horso balk, It will require, ix VAst amount of caution management to cor rect tlio bad habit. Horses aro taught to balk by stupid drivers, who havo really less good senso than tlio animal they drive. Many strong and excellent horses aro man aged so Imperfectly that they soon becomo almost lncorrlglblo baiters; whereas, If a driver of ordinary Intelligence) had held tlio reins, tlio animals would havo always been as tmo as steel. If a horso Is properly man- nied ho will draw with all his might, trot or run as his driver may Indicate, until ho drops in his harness from exhaustion, After a horso has really contracted the habit of balking, the vico ran only bo cor rected by kindness and gentlo treatment. Tito...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 November 1875

, THE COLUMBIAN (03tUMDUI)EiOCmT,STllOrTIII! NOIltll ANDCOLCM nlANCONSOIIIlATPI).) Issued weekl , every Friday inornln nt . At two iioi.t.AiM p,r jcar, pa-nhtn In nilvniiee, or i.tf) "III 1)0 ClmWll. TO BUlMlTlllOM Ollt, of tllU irnfiSV."!'!.'.?.1',1, J1.1, ndV,llC0 3M " payment vnr?iiKr tho uxp,B,,, o( ,ho All papers i sent out of tho H'n o, or lo distant post nrilces, must bo paid for In advance, unless a i canon hllilo p-rsim In c'olumljla county assumes to pay tho subscription duo on demand. ' ' " th'ocouii! J'1 ' " lu"scr oxnct;i1 frm subscribers In The .loUbltiff Depart ment of tho Cnt.BJiiiUN Ii very cotiiplo'e.nniloiir.lub Prlntlnir will compare favor, nlily vvl'hthatot tho lariro cities. All work dono on demand, nca-lv nnd a- moderate puces. Columbia County Official Directory. President Judge William Klwcll. Associate Judges-Irani lierr, Isaac H. Monroe, l'rotlionotarv, Ac. n. l-'rnnk Znrr. Holster Iteconler Williamson II, Jacoby. Iilstilct Attorney .le.hu .M. Clark. Slierl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 November 1875

.-81 SitMfeut 31LOOMSHUKQ, PA. rrtilny, Nov. 12, 187 5: Tlictinii'lal Vole It seems lr the returns tlmt the voto of (Jov. Ilnrtriitin. Is lew limn ttmt of liti two romictiturH. Although elected it Is by n iiluriility nml not by n majority. If tho votis cnst ngainitt him hml been given to one man, tli.it pennn wntiM him- been elertcil, Happy tlioiiRbt When yon want to brat it in. in, nil voto together. It swim also that tho liuijnrlty for .Jtulgo I'crMiitig outside of tho city of 1'lillnilclp.hln' is over C000. Tho Stato thcrcforo is dc mocr.itie, nnd it is in spito of want of lead ers i 'ito of n fair nnd ariuaro iilatfurin, in uplti- of a camlidale who had no confidence in hts own "sitcce, and had not tho manli ness to daro to unt himself at tho head of the movement for reform, which in proper hand, might havo swept tho State. What then might not ho done with so gallant a party if ils professed leaders could rise to the full hciBhtoftheocc.iiou,and throwing asido all self-seeking a...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 November 1875

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSKURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. mil in nn i n in ti a m n r o si s n v n (i, r u 1 1 a y, xor. is, isrs Hull lioail Tlmn Table. LACKAWANNA k IlI.OOMSlU'ltd HAIMlOAll HOIITII soctii. Accommodation Train,. . .Mull Ttaln,.., nxproM Train . 0.15 A, 11. 7.3d A..M 1.P1 l'.JI. wit p.m. mm a. i. r.. s i m 11.64 A, M CATAWISSA HAH. 1IOAI), NOItTll. Accommodation Train C,Ss A. M. liMel-ir i:prewi 3.M 1'. M. KOt'TIt ,r p. M. 11.33 A.M. Tlironjfli cnrs on V.xprm train either to New York er Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Cat.uvlaan ami Wltllaniapwt. Nortci:. All contract- made liy Mr. Dlefi'ontmcli for nil vcitifcnieut.1, nml pru-p.lltl suli-orlptlotn will ho ctrrkil out liy lliu prwent (ri'ctir of llili pa i.r. llii'lncM canli In tlie directory will lie conllniU'il, ill the old rate", tiiilom otlierwi-o or di red, .md will dalo from Oct. lt, 1S75, In-ileliiulncs-i to tlio Coi.UMlllAN oil liny neeolllit from .lulv 1-t, 1873, to Oct. 1-1, lo75, will se...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 November 1875

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOM CJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. Agricultural. on riM'ion'flti umi. u olijoc inn to fnll-plovviiig U Itwt a'ly luMVV Tiiiiw pick tho noil, Ot M I l' whereby imicli of tho benefit of nltcrimlo frcezitip nnd thawing is lost, This etui be r nir lie! oy iliillltig In one bushel of ryo i r nc' In tho f.ilh ltyo U bettor tlinu , .:iiipurp)e,iisitlsleoxDenlve, mi l, owing tit siiiullor gr.iln, ono liiuhel of rye Is c.'iil In willing to it bmlicl nml it lialfofwlic.it. llxldos ryo gr.nv.4 stronger Ihiin w'i. ni, it less lhilile to winter-kill, uml i, ii 1 -i iv tli ninke n bottor protection t)th - I IV i n wailitng or peeking by rains or .i Partners Imvo notlcod that wtiero winter kllbil wliu.it is plowa I an.l sowo.l with spring grain thocrop ii na.irly nhv.iys cxuellont. Tills shows tho ailv.mtuje of f.tU-pl viri5 combined with somo protection to tho stir fico. limit don not p.iy .to h.ivo a crop orwheat thus destroyed while it pays to plow and sow somo cl.eapc...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 November 1875

THE COLUMBIAN (SOtVMDtA DEMOCRAT, UTAH OF TIIR NOI1TII INDCOI.OI- IllAN CONSOI HMTKII.J Issued we-ekl ,ou'ry iTlilny morning, at j lll.OOM.SlllTIMI, COLUMBIA COUNT1, l'A. If At two ihim, (in p.T onr, pn.nblo in odvaiicc,or (1 1 'In? t lio ,nor I no oxn ration or inn vinr. urn lll lin charged. To subscribers out of tlio mill itu run are I! tier , oar strictly In nili'micn U.isltnntpilJ In nilrnnco iuiiI 3.uo If payment ! ,1 -i tvp'l It 'vonj the vear N iniii'r in m'ln i' l, except nt thonptlon of llio riniMluT, until nil arrearages nro puni, nut long onini'i'l r ii'i "I'T mo expiration ofthollrst y nr will nui, nu hiicu. All pipers sen' out of tlioH a o, or lo distant post onice, must Do paid for in advance, unless n respon sible pers,m I" Columbia county assumes lo pay tho subs-'rtptlnn duo on doinnnd. , ho county. I 'Us I -inr. 19 no iuui;i uauuuu ii uni nil Usui luers ill JOB Tlv loliDttiff Dt'inrltn ntnf llio ror.CMHUN Is very i' cities. All wurk dona nn di mAiul, nr.i 1 mid a- C...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 November 1875

DLOOMSBUHG, PA. Friday, Nov. 10, 187G. lIKNiriT CONCKHT AT Ol'KltA HOUSE ON THANKSGIVING NitillT. TICKKTd AT OUOIIUK A. CLANK'S Tho negro votj elected Hartrnnft. Tlio ni'jority of our white voters nro Demo I'rats. Tlio Democrats carry Mississippi by u Jnro majority, and gain six Congressmen! ueueuury iMMjiiicr. Steady, Stable i The Stato Is entitled to but six, mid the Democrats had one. Tlio (insigcr Vote. The vote for Col. l'iollet shows that as an organization tlio Grangers took no part In the late contest. It is true that they tako no part in politics. Had they desired the elec tion of u farmer, It was In their power to do it, but they preferred n millionaire manu facturer. When it chance for reform was offered them they threw it away and defeated their ablest champion. Hard Times. The election is over, nml tho voters of this State havo again endowed the l.epubli- can parly. )ut tho times are no better. Money is as scarce as evcr,and it will be un til tlio present party is ouste...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 November 1875

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOSC URG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. THE COLUMBIAN. II I, 0 0 SI S II U ltd, I' II 1 1) AY, NOV. 10, Ih;J Hull lioml Time Table. LACKAWANNA IILOOMSIll'IKI IIAIL1IOA1) S'OllTIt, Accommodation Train,.., .Mull Train K.xprcss 'I'rntn . MS A.M. 1.30 A. M 1.4(1 t'.M. r..84 1'. M, SOUTH. i.SO A, ill. ft. a 1. 11 11.64 A. it CATAW1SSA IIAIt, liOAIJ, SOUTH. Accommodation Train c.2S A, M, llogillar ll.xprcss 3,M 1'. M, SOI'TII T.tlO P. M. 11.35 A.M. Through cars on ll.xpross train cither to New Yorl: or phlladclphlai Accnininoilatloh train rim? butn ecu rataivlssn, and Wlllhimspoit, notici:. All contract made liy Mr. Iic(ionci:icli for ml verli-oiiiciit', nml iirc-i.ilil stili.-c:ilitions will 1. e.irriul out liy tlio present iiniirlclnri of lliU n pr. Ilii-inoss canls In (lie tlircctory wilt be eoiitlniieil, at tlie old rules, iinliss ollterwi'o or dered, and will dale frutn Oct. Ut, 1H7". lu ll lilcdness to the C'i)t.L'MniAN on any account iniiu .lulv 1st, 1S7II, to ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 November 1875

Agricultural. Tlfilit llipek Itelns. At one of tho meetings of tlio society for tlio yirotpctlon of tlio niiliiinls tlio ojilnlon wfti oxprcwil thnt the uso of very t'ght check reins on draft hone, wtw gradually going out of f.nliloti with m. An Individ ual vvlio professes to know nil about It nays if n liorso pulling a loud finds rt check rein holding hack his head ho cannot throw lils weight Into lils collar, and Is hindered from giving his body that position which is the moat natural nnd effective. He lias to pull hy tho strength of his muscle only; the weight of his body is lost, and so much pulling strength thrown away, whllo what remains Is exerted at n great expenditure 01 tho horse's power and health, to say nothing of his comfort. Tlio cnnsjojiicnco Is that his limbs and muscles becomo strained and dis torted, his knees aro boived forward and his locks backward. If a man pulls a load by n strap across his shoulders, ho bends his bead and chest forward, nnd relieves his letr...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 November 1875

, Tirti COLUMBIAN 1 COLUMBIA UESIOCUAT.STAn OF THR NOllTIt ANDCOU'H lltAHlONtOMIIATFII.) Issued ivcokl . , evorv Friday morning, nt w ni.otMSIU im, coi.LMHIA rolNlCpA. At tiyouui.i.iih it iear, nhlu in ndvniicc.or Mr.lni,..,,l,',i ''"F1 A".or .!" expiration of tlio ji'nr, e.fl'l n 11 hi c lattri'i . ",i anhx.'MI,. r. r.1.1 ..r" II..! cu mti 1 1 li term, lire t n-r i ear Htrlotly In lulvnin'o U not I'.iM In, n lun.co nml RuJ If puimeht ' N J ,11 1 T Jl;,i.iiniirl,i'-,.)( nt tho option of llio 1' il'dlsner, until nil n: r-nragos aru paid, Imt lonsr . . ,n . .11 , " v ion ui ma i rsi yi'iir will not lie glvi n, All papers aciuout nf thus n c, oriodlstmitpost ntllcss, must bo patd Tor In advance, miles'! aresion slblo P 'rum In I'oliimliU county nssumos lu pay Hie RUiHiTlplKm duo on ileinnnt, l-os r.(i II Is no longer exuded from subscribers In ho county. job FR.XTsriisra-. The .tubbing Dep.irtmi nt nf ho Colcmiiian Is very co rip I1 1 i'. Hiirlour.luu Liming will ooinpaio raioi. nbl.v ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 November 1875

i VI iSndrnfiiitf BLOOMSBURG, PA. rvi.ltiy, Nov. QO, 187 5. drntit mill the, Clfl'Sj. ' jcjic meant than iniil Iti making 11 )i 'Hiin.'iit cniulitl.tto for President i' .! ili' lar.ulon of State Oonvcti liii t ii sirred ii temporary purpose, ',' 'p'lMii'.ui party is noteil for not i ' i in pumilse. The oflli'u-linlcWt, i a in r over 0,0110, pttiiile the lurtv, mill a i .. i'ois. They control the m lehinery .,, uti't tlint is enough to sway the n 1 1 nt i io average, Uepubliean voter. This t i . I m.iiy of politicians would r.ither h it 1 1 ic i. U'.'j now secured to them, than t i. tli.MtiicurtainliiM of n new iiiluilnls t U i .1 1 m not wish to sink into private 11 , a 1 '.in-i no fnturo unless ho succeeds in U ' 1' ' 1 Term" aspirations, lie n stolid u nl i llio piostige of success. i n.ri.uly outlined the l'latform for . , If ird money . He expects by this , ' . ' i '.raw to his aid capitalist-! at home i r M'l. lie will repudiate the "rag o.' , " . am of tho .Ucpublicau l'.u'y a...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 November 1875

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMS! OIIG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. f- THE COLUMBIAN. I il I, (I 0 M S III! It (I, I' II I II IT, MIT. SO, 1ST5 Hail lln.nl Time Tulilc". LACKAWANNA A IILOOvlslinm IIAII. 110A1I S-nilTlt. tjfiltril Accommodation Train, c.4i A. M. 7.M A. M. Mull Train J.tioA.M n. a 1. M lispross Train 1,10 p, M, U.t4 A. At " " f..8l 1'. At. OATAWIMHA IIAII, I10AI). NDIIl II. Rrtl'Ttt vceommoit mon Train o.ss A. At. T.nu p. At. i- ,'..ir liiiri'si .v I'. At. it.M A. At. Through 'Mis on Dxr-reBS irnln cither to New York i'UII i.li'Mihl.i. Accommodation tialn runs between At iw.sanii'l Wlllhimsport. 'WILLIAM TKLL" AT TIIH Ol'KISA .ocsi;, Di'XK.Mliioitn. Meek, of tlio M'atehiMii, nlliiilcs tn 1 1 trtriin ft . a "ill- excellency." Yi u thought V. Cirnv w.is iiunvo i" i eh lo.iilvi.m Dr. C'lrwen, Superintendent tiC llie State T.tt u.itio II I'pital, is of tlie npiniun tint no child ii i.lit sixteen years slinulil lie requite! to Hpeiul :n ire Hi in six hours n d.iy over its lcs-o...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 26 November 1875

Agricultural. Farm ami Garden Notes. lir. Lorlnp, of Mnachuctt, who claims In bp a practical farmer, nml wo supposo lie i, m In- talks of "my own farm," glvculilgl) pral-o to tlio value of Hungarian Rra in n winter food for milch cows. He raWcil lut year from seventy-live to ono liiinilre.l tons of it. Cut nml mixed with corn meal, he fays he prefers it to timothy ami corn meal mixed. There is n Kreat diversity of opin ion ns to tho valuo of this crop. Plenty of It can ho railed per acre, hut it Is admitted to be. a great exhauster ol tho soil, For one thin; wo know it to bo excellent, and had wa a forger farm nlialf aero of It should bo orlalnly sown. We would select the plot which could ho commanded from a cover ol somo kind' and tho patch should ho left to m Uure its seed. Our object would be, net to feed farm stock, but tho superior animal, 1 1 sullying in with nil the rced-blrds wo c mid consume. The bird is extremely foi d of millctsecd, and really prefers it to that ol the ma...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 December 1875
Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 December 1875

Si i "jL'-mr THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOCMSEURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA THEOOLUHBIAH I, no MS III! II (I. Kill I) AT, MX. 3, is; Hall Koatl TlnipTaliip7 lackawanna m.oom.supku kail mud ... .. ... . SOUTH. FCHTI tci'oiiiiiirii.iiiuu j lain (1.4 A.M. 7.4 'A.J r.. s 1. IU1 'J I (11 It v fM ., J .press 'l rain i.m 1'. M, " Ml I'. M. IUIA.lt CATAWHSA ItAII, IKIAD. ... ... south. poi-th conimod.illon Train C.2S A. M, 7,t)o 1'. .V I 'XUl.ir t',.piew 3,M 1'. Jl. 11.33 A. .V TliruiiKli curs on Hxprcw Irnln cither to Now Vein r Philadelphia. Ai-iummoil.il luii tr.iln runs between it.tU 1SH.I illlll Vl lllllllllport Si-euro otir souli for llic Tjinjl'tAX? to-iiighi in llio Opi i;i Hiiiifc. lliu Itlnglnwn fair ground U up at slic-rid's mile. A two weeks fi'K'iim of Court will open on Monday no.it. 1 J 1 1 will alloril tiunvofourjiili sciilic-rsaii oppoi tmilty to cull on tliu printer!-. I'ir Inr.ntn In Lumber of nil kiml, ncr thr mtvcrll- -iiii-nl of .lolui .1. Mellcnry, of Ilcnlon, In another...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 3 December 1875

young Folks. TIIK DOVE MAIDEN. A CATSKILI. PAint TAL1J (ConctwIeJ.) It m not easy to cc.ipo from tho mer maid who hud caught Snowdrop. Sim wish ed to present her to Neptune, one said, nnd Mto cjuld not nflbnl to linelier. Then Snow drop clipped her nrtiu ahout tho neck of tho lovely mermaid and kli-cjl her, entreating thru slio mlgut ho released. "I nui!t find tho dovo chain for my mntli or, ',y is watching for mo nil this Ion;; lime," fttio pleaded ; nnd the mortnaid undo not another objection, but .carried her to the shoro. Tho mermaid was only frolicsome. How astonished tho dovo mother would h.wo been to see her child carried in a mer maid's nrius, with her star-robe crisp and dry I For tho first timo Snowdrop remembered to una her ring by wishing herself ut the palm-tree, and she found herself there soon er than any steamboat could have taken her. She saw nobody, nnd looked down into the well. A roso-coloreil liulblc came up to tho surface from the cool depths. ''Don't p iu-- 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 10 December 1875

THE COLUMBIAN COl L'MnfA MRUniMlir. arm nvft.w t.,..... .... . .. MANCONSOl.tlHTM).) Issued wcekl , every l'rldny morning, nt III.OOM'lllCltll.COI.l'MIIIA Vol nA, pa. r..i. ... r I" nul" ' nilfiinco. i I irltig tnu i-ar. Afbr tin- cxptrniloii of tho n'i ..) win im charged. To .subscribers oiii ii: ti a. Ii i u.ilii hi nlv.nr' mil M.nu If pj.nv i i on 1 1 o.ir 1 1 'Ui.l ',it .It tu notion of Hi ' ' ' "i"'r.isis ui'u i(,, lint lull in i IP . .iter tu expiration or tho llri ) II' Will II ll Im glcn. '" 'I-' " ' 'I .'" " J.- II m Mllltllllll Ilf.J O'lli'es. IIIUSI. 111) 11.11(1 nil 111 mlVilhrn. lllilouu ,'...., i..,.., , .j.. ..... ... vuiuui.ji.1 uuumy assumes 10 nay I nil subscription duo on demand. w 1 ho county1 " l0"s,;r uxactc J f rom subscribers In job 3?s.nsrTi3sro. 'in .tnlitihi f llnutrtiiini.t t.f I .. . mulo i nn loiir. Job Printing w III cuniiam nnnr- i V Wl It Ilii.t (if I in tnr.ru nil .. ti i. ... .... " , 1 ' " J " ru n in nit l Ul i UUI1U Ull iji.nm, im it i linn u iH...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 10 December 1875

I) HCHSTKK'S NOTIOKS I V NotlcoU hereby given to nil lcirntco, creill. Or and MIit piwitu IntcivVpil In Urn est it , Iit ttiii'tlv.iili'eed.'nls Mid lulnors. th. in. t,,,. A.tii niimlnl (ration mid nunr! nu lie. ...im . S-fii till din the "Hie of I hi llrxhler i.t i ,nihi i . tut i.ml IH Ik- l'l.''titiM for ruhllrn. ,t . , k.S kioh.ijii'c In mi' orphans n lit to iu ,.j Blnoiii' uurif, in iiciiuesua), mo iu nay u ji.- om. B. r, tsi , nl i u'elock p. in. tin il.l il.tyi The llnnl nccuunt or ,irren kck, (,'tinrdlnn of Iran, c s Kl Her, minor elill.l of Nalhun khtlor, late of I'nlunil.Ueoutit.i. docon'od. ... Tin s e jnil and lliml new Wit of Itoubon Mill, r, ex. I'cntTff .luim Linden, lain of lirLinrecic imvn. rlilp ill i 1 i no wi Jim mill iniiii "i iii i iji-nc i Teas? mid Henry Miatfer, udinlnlstrntor.s of lvtcr n Weiiiier, lab nl llrl.ircreck toiwis'ilii, tlcconscil. 1 he lirst nnu nnai iici-nuui. oi noun .. i unuun ft,i. tnlnlsir.itor of uiion Allen, mWof Madison ton. hlilp. decea...

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