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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 March 1876

mt SfjilitittEnt. K3 jfK- BB0CKWAY& ELWELL, Editors. BLOOiMSBUllG, PA. Fvidtiy, March.Q4.18 70 rum: and vumious. In theso troublous times when Ciiblnct olllcers, foreign mitiUtcr.4, members of tlio President's household ntid high ollicltilu nro tumbling from tbelr lofty positions j when rottenness nnd corruption nro being brought to light in every department of tho Govern ment j when "crooked" whisky and "crooked" ways is tho rulo rather than tho exception, it is cheeilug to tho hearts of tho despondent peoplo to find ono baud of pure nnd noblo statesmen to whom tlio honor of their country is dearer than aught else. So sensitive nro these virtuous patriots that they step outside of tho lino of legitimate duty and investigate matters which under other circumstances Would bo dismissed with con tempt. Sir. Richard II. Dana Jr. of Massachusetts, n scholar nnd a gentleman, thoroughly con versant with international law and dip lomatic usages, was nominated by tho Presi dent as Ministe...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 March 1876

IllJi VjWJj U lYlDlAlN. IILOOJISIIUIH!, F II I II A T, MAMU2I, ISM i; ill I llo.'iil Tlnifi Tnlilc. LACKAWANNA & IIUiOMSIIUMI 11AIM10AD . ., NOMTIt, Accommodation Trnln, 6.45 A,Jl, south. U'lA.M. Mull Trnln Uxpresi Train 7.40 A. M ....... y.1,3 P.M. B.I S 1'. M ll.M A..M " " B.34 1'. M. OATAWIS3A 11A1I, ItOAD. ... . NOIITll. POt'TIl Accommodation Trnln 6.S1 A. M, T,3ti I. M. llogtilar Express ,w I'. M. 11,83 A. M. Through cars on Impress trnln cither to Now York or IMill.vlclpht.il Accommodation trnln runs between L'atawlssii nnd Wllllamport. l'tirnieris If you want n first class Iron-beam plow go to llnrmaii & llnwrt. March 10-3w. Tlio LcwUtown True Democrat wants Jinlgo Mack for l'rciilcnt. ' A weather prophet ircilic-t a feric.i of rohl sstornts for tlireo month to come. (loot! gra de) in. Tills is tlie time of year for mothers to put sheet Iron patches on tho kiiccc of their hoys' troucrs inarhlc eaon Is coining. K. 1!. lkcler Krt. ha fold tlio home ami lot on Market St....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 24 March 1876

Agricultural. Al-o ii I rn llnnso.J. Tlio prm-tlon of liililillin; len linllse-l lio low llio mirfacn of the primml hcA iieni-ly p.ncl mviy. The objection nro tlio tlllU culty in providing perfect nml certain drain njrr, tlio heat conveyed to tlio walls from the conducting earth, and tho additional expem ci ; Iho only advantago Is the greater facility In filling. Where the Ico home can bo set on n Moping bank all tlio ndvnnta$M may bo Hccnrcd .vlthont tlio drnwtinclts. Tlio drnlnago may bo perfect, nnd the led may be brought and easily placed within, from a wagon or a died, at Iho upper or rear part oftho building. Tho lower pari is built with 9lonc or linnl bitmed brick, tho upper with double walls (lllcd with dawdilst. Or, tho upper portion may be slnglo or double walls, provided tho Ico is to bo packed with ton inches or a foot of sawdust on each side. Tho only objection to this modo of build ing U, that tho lower walls must bo thick er than tho upper, making n shoulder all aroun...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 31 March 1876

"- - RA.TG3 OF AD'JSaISING Onolnch,(twelfllnosorltncqDlTftlcnt In Notira ell type) ono or two InscttlonB, l,W)! thin liiwr Hons, ts.oo, At two JIULI.AH3 per oar, luvablo la aifNaiic'c, or ifums '""'i "u uAiniiuiuii ui uiu scar, xw "III bo charged. To subscribers out of t In? i.i intv tlio terms unit tier iinr iriiiivin r.,11. (rAci. lM. SH, 1M, tU. ij Onrlnch t.tn fs.oo fi.on $t.t i.ts It not palil in advance and ta.uij it payment i wo mcnen. hhi n.eo l.oo i.ifi li.tt Tiirc inches r..M t.m o.oo it.oo im Four Inches,.. ...... , 7.W ,oo li.oo li.do js.M ouaner column. .....to.oo It.io U.( .'o it.oi Halt column u.(g l.oo vo.io to.no u.eo On column .oo tt.on om eo.to ti.( rfarlradVertlscmcnln t"TWf quarterly. Till' alcntadrfrtlscmcnts must tie paid beforf lnscrt except where pnriles hate accounts. lKlndTertIsfmfnttwodollaniMrlnchfortlit Insrrilotin, and atthiu raid tor additional IdfciUoi m Ithout rtfurence to length. Kiecutor'a, Admtnli rator'i and Audlttr'tNdtletl threo dollars. Trans...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 31 March 1876

iSJJ. hjt. EI10SKWAY& SWELL, Editors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. P v i d a 3'. M a i o h 01. 1 8 V 0 l'OMTICAb CONVENTIONS. Asn rule they reflect tlio will of tho peo ple, but not always. Circumstances some times occur that lead to tho nomination of soma now and unexpected man, or to the adoption of a princlplo at vartanco with the Hound judgment of tho masses. Tho nom inations of l'olk, Taylor, Harrison and l'icrco wcro tho result of circumstances In side of tho conventions which nominated them rather than a preference by tho peo ple, Tho Democratic Convention of 1804 nominated the army's favorite, Con. McClcl lan, but blundered sadly as to Us platform. The New York Convention of 18G3 rejected Pendleton, but adopted his financial theory. In 1872 tho platform was well enough, but one oflho candidates was not a Democrat. At Pittsburg in 1874, our Stato Conven tion was composed of able, earnest men, who made an admirablo platform, and nam ed excellent candidates, lho rcsulc was success. At K...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 31 March 1876

THE COLUMBIAN. iii,ooMsnunti, in lit ay, s:ncn at, ts;o Hall Homl Tlmo Tnlile. LACKAWANNA IlLOOMStlt'Wl IIAII.ltOAD noiitii, rnuTit. Accommodation Train, c.is A.St. l,n A. M. Mnll Trntn 7.40 A. M 6. 3 1'. U Kxprcss Train IMV.M, U.M A, M 11 6.5) 1'. M. OATAWIS3A UAH, 1KIAI). south, soi'ttt Accommodation Train ...... CM A.M. 7,Eii l'.M. ltcgular llxpress 3,M 1'. M. 11,1)3 A. M. Through cars on I'.xprcss train either to New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Cntawlssa and Wltllatnsport. Slieriir Grovcr Is titillo sick ami confined to (ho lioiifc. A fourteen year old girl in .Sullivan welglii 185potind. Isaiah Yeager inn lea ml his hotel at Slab town to Wellington Ycnger. Tlio tramp travel Is Blaclittit; tip a trifle. The nightly average In tlio lock-up is only three or four. One of our druggists is singing. "Oil where eih where ish mine little dog gone?'1 Can any body tell Mm? It's a mailer of no particular moment, hut did any body ever hear of an organ grinder bein...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 31 March 1876

Miscellaneous When to Marry. What the Englith Government hat been Do ing Some Interettlng Statiitict. Tlio Brithli Rovcriiincnt some tlmo ngo Is sued a series of rather novel Instruction to representatives on tho continent of Europe. Although unusual In character, it was ex ceedingly simple, being nothing moro llian nil order to collect Information ni to tho ear liest ngo nt which marriages can ho celo brateil nccorillng to law in tho various States. The work was done, mid tho sev eral reports have junt heeu published in tho form of n parliamentary paper. Without nny referenco to tho quality of usefulness which tho information may possess, it is cer tainly curious. It would seem that tho laws upon this subject nro not all law) which havo grown up from a common origin In re nioto times, but rather that they had been inailo independently in tho several nations, and have been modeled, or nt any rato often Influenced, by ecclesiastical rules. In ma king this remark wo do not lose sight ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 April 1876

THE COLUMBIAN CJUTMBIADta0CRT,8rKOrTll MOUTH ASDCOLUM" BtANCOSaOMDATKU.) iit'?.l1.c.?a,S?.l5l'crcry rrtl"iy morning, nt IIMWMSIIWtl, UULCMlllA COl Nl'lT l'A. T.i-1S,..U0L'"IM '':)r ""ir livable In advance, or tlulnff tho year. Alter tho expiration of tho lear, XLM, ? ?Mtsea:. T" aul'rlbcrs out of tin! l".V tf,:1"5 .u r'?.' '" ' l,er Ulir strictly in ndranoo -M.ulliiutMl(l lu ndvanco una f3,ou tr payment ho debt, e.l iii-j mul the j c.ir. No in.terdisjjiuinuol, except nt tho opt Ion nf tho runllslicr, Until ml arrearages nro tmld, liutlonif sonllnuod cream utter tho expiration ot tho nrsi J o.ir will not Iju jflveu. All papers sunt, uut of thosin c, or to distant post onice, must Do ii.tia tor In advance, unless a rcsnun. oloio person In Columbia county assumes to tiny llio suliscrlpllonciuooii demand, rcisrAUli Is nolongcroxactodfrom suuscrlborstn (ho county. job s,i3srxi3sra-. The .tobblnjr Department ot tho Colcmman I? very omplo'e, nnaoiir Jolt Printing will compare favor ably wl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 April 1876

BBOCKWAY It ELWELL, Editors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Pi'idny, April 7, 1870. CONNECTICUT ALL lUOHT I Tho glorious old "Nutmeg" Stnto has spo ken, and the result is a terrible, defeat to the llcpuhlican party. Tho purchase, o' New Hampshire had revived tho drooping hopes of tho opposition, and they wcro con fident of victory last Monday, lllalnc, Jew ell and Hawley, worked with tho despera tion of men to whom defeat is final, and anxious oflico holders wcro freely bled for "campaign" funds. Tho "bloody shirt" was waved, in every hamlet, tho "rebel yell" was tearfully alluded to, but tho peo ple of "the land of steady habits," with tho shrewdness peculiar to them, saw beyond their flimsy pretexts the Innnto rottenness of tho Itepubllcan party as demonstrated by a Democratic Congress. Ingersoll, Democratic candldato for Gov ernor Is reelected by a plurality of 7,500 and majority over all of 4,000. The Senato stands 18 Democrats to 3 Republicans ; tho House 159 Democrats, 85 Republicans, and 2 ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 April 1876

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. THE COLUMBIAN. '"' oo nun (i. rniiuv, apiiii, 7, 1170 Unit llo.nl Tlmn Tnl.lr. iACKA WANNA k llhOOMSIltlltll IIA1I, l!OAI Accommodation Train ui A, M, ROCTIf. 7.4(1 A. M Mall Train 7,40 a.M 6.1 2 1 JI 1I..M A..M Lxpress Train i,m ji, ji, " " 6.31 J'. M. 0ATAW1SSA HAIt, ROAD. , .. NniiTli. Accommodation Train (Ms A.M. Regular Express .t,s P. M. south 7.30 M. 11,3.1 A. M Through cars on Kxpress train cither to New Yoi k or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Uatawlssa anil Wllllamiiwrt. "Ilelknaii" was in town last wcik. He canio to get some slides made. lit. Nov. M. A. Da Wolfe Howe, llisliop of central l-eiiiisylvani.i will visit Danville on llio 1M of May. Tlio Villi making 1111 appropriation for our Normal .School p.wcil llio lluiio finally on AVeitncMlay, We arc infornieil that thcru nro now thirty three candidate for Blierifl, In this county, with Hcvcr.it township yet to hear from. A man by the name of Adam...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 April 1876

JBI1WSAI.EM. Tho population of modern Jerusalem lmi been V6ry tlillereiitly estimated ami no doubt It Increases by some thousand at the Benson of tho minimi rcllghtis feast but 18, 000 appear to to the most probable aver ago population; and whllo tbo Mohnni nuiliins aro tho mastcra, the Jews furm IhtV decided majority, being, it Is lltcely not far short of 8,000. They como in a constant stream from every part of tho world, many of thcirt On pilgrimages, by which they hopo to acquiro a large fund of merit, and then return again to their native country; the greater number that thry may dto in the city of their fathers, and obtain tho most cherished wish of their heart by bcltig bu rled on Mount Olivet, and It is rcmarka bio that tbey cling with n strango preference to that part of tho city which is nearest tho site of their ancient Temple, as if they still "took pleasure in it.s stones, and its very dust wero dear to them." They aro fond of inscribing touching passages from the Old Te...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 April 1876

ft f THE COLUMMAK OlUaBUUBMOCHAT.STAllOI'TlIS MOUTH ANHOOLDK UUNCONiol.thATrii.) .AW.'.V.Y.W'j i every Krlilny morning, nt BLOOMHlJUItli, COLUMBIA COUNTY? PA. At two uji.uiis per jc.ir, iiamblu In ncfvaiicc.or iwrlnu tlio yenr. After ttio expiration uf u,n cnr, vjft will bo oharifml. To subscriber out of the 00,111 y tun rm i are ll ii t t oar strictly In mlrnnco -j.i.illiii)tulil In ii'lmnco ana i.i.uj It b.iyinctit bo Uet.iyuil beyond tlia ycnr. No p.iwr Ulsoontlniioii, except ivt tlio option of Iho Publisher, uiutl nil nrro.irajres nro iml.l, butloiiir nuntluiMU crcilili nftur the. uxplrutlon of tlio nrsl jour will not buKlven. All luporsauiHoutof tho Sin c, or m distant nost oMces, must bo P.ihl tor In advance, unless a rcsiion olbio person In OoltimbU county assumes to pay tlio subscription Hue on demand. posj'AtiEls no longer uxacte J from subscribers In tlio county. job iPnaxixr'rinsrGk Tho .lobblntf Department of tlio Coumman Is very oouipluic, niul our Job I'llutlnif will 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. — 14 April 1876

LI100SWAY& EOTELL, Editors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday, A p v 1114, 18 70. WK1TS OP EIUHIR. On tho 15th day of February 1S70, tie Legislature pnssed a bill "to allow writs of error In cases of murder and voluntary man slaughter." Tho bill had been vetoed by Gov. Geary, but was pnssed over bis veto by both Houses by the requisite two thirds vote, The law provides that : In all cases of murder in tho first decree. removed into the Supreme Court under the provisions of the first section of this act, or now pending In the said court, It shall be the duty ot the judges thereof to review both the law and the evidence, and to deter mine whether the Ingredients necessary to constitute murder In tho first degreo shall have been proved to exist; and if not so proved then to reverse the judgment and send tho samo back for a new trial, or to enter such judgment as tho laws of this commonwealth require. Gov. Geary in vetoing this bill probably acted under the advico of bis Attorney Gcueral, and ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 April 1876

THE COLUMBIAN n 1,0 oats nun , k it i n a t( aniimi, m;( Hall Itoad Tlmn TaWc. LACKAWAXNA & IILOO.MSIlUlttl ItAIMtOAl) Accommodation Train tM A.M. Mall Train 7,4,) a, jt Express Train i.m 1, m " " 8.34 I'M. CATAWISSA HAIL I10AI). Accommodation Train .9 a'.'m. ltogular Express n.ss p. 11. SOOTH, 7.411 A. M il.r.4 A. it SOUTH T.80 1'. M, 11,83 A. M, Through cars on Express train either to Now York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between uamwissa aim vnmamsport. To-ilay In Gooil Friday. Messrs. II. J. mul lirnco Clark linvo gono to New York for SjirliiR Good, nnJ iirumUo n lino nsortnient on their return. The bill making, a Hay of execution 011 juilg- .i. Iui ,u,nn nm ueieaieu 111 1110 House on I lies day. Nichols Ktmlt, of (Irecnwooil township offers 1111 personal jiroperty for salo to-day, at ten o1 clock. The 3iiqueliaiina river near Hnrriiburg is mil 01 uncles ami geese. Why is it that thoso pesky Unit don't lly up here? Wo are just a imid ol ducks 11s the Ilnrrlsbiir...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 April 1876

Miscellaneous. Tlio Voiidr Lawyer. Tho tlo which bound ft certain Detroit youth to ft lawyer's nftlco was severed venter day, nnd his parents nro hanny. They wanted tho boy to inako a great lawyer, but ho was getting along .too fast. Ho pursued his studies with an ardor which cast n Judl- clal shadow o'er tlio household nnd created coiiiliieralilo neighborhood talk. Ho cot trusted for candy nnd repudiated tho hill on tlio ground that ho was a minor. Ho bought dog and went Into bankruptcy. He bor- rowed a pair of skates and defied tho owner to get out n writ of replevin. Ho borrowed fifty cenls and made tuo lender his assignee. Hut tho worst of It was In tho family. He had a legal name for almost everything, nnd ins uesiro was to prove to his parents that ho was just absorbing dead loads of law. If ho wanted a potato at tho dinner tablo he would remark : "I' other, filo my claims against that baked potato and I'll prove my indebtedness this afternoon." If ho wanted bread, ho said : "...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 April 1876

THE COLTWllTAT JftA'I?Jfl3 Of AlWJEU'VISINO OWUBUuBKOUKAT.STABOrTIIB NOBTU AHDOOLUlf UU.HU1.IIUTEP.) Onalncn,(twelTellnesorlU(lii!MlenllnNoiip elltypoionor two Insertions, 1 1,6'J, three inserr rt,Ti.i.0iil",LWB l'?r car 1'ivablo In advance, or rtitrlnj the year. Alter the expiration of tho year, J1 ' . .w-m b0 oll"flfJ. To subscribers out ot t ho Uons.u.oo. . I SrACIl, 1M. n. 'r n . rn imn titer) 10 fity .'ra ". l,or oar "irictiy in mlvniice l7o iiuVi i?i h? i .li uJvu"C0 ani1 3-") " payment I-.-,. bui ft imi T.nn t.u is.or, ITmir ltirhp T.OO B.HU ll.OU H.V'U Puuilsiior, until all nrruiiMtfui nro paid, Imtloiiif alt column...! .1t.oo v,"iV .Viii i i mu eapirtuiun 01 mo nrs 1S.UO H'I."U IW.U'I ,wv.w it riA jnin Aft lifl 110.1)0 " it. 1JHI.I1. uu column s .00 All papers i sent out of the Stive, or to distant post Va.rtwaVMlliamAnti nnvftlilffnilftrleflV. slcnt advertisements must be paid before Insertc iui iu uuvuuee, unless a resnon. ,lulo person In Columbia county assumes to pay th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 April 1876

iff ifll jttttBtittt 33R00KWA7& SLWELL, Editors. . IiLOOMSHlTH(. PA. Friday, A p v il 31, 18 70. Democratic Stato Coaniltteo. The members of the) Democratic Stato committco Are requested to meet at llArrlt " Wtf, Thursday, April 20, at the rooms In tlio Kby Uuilillnir, corner Fifth am) Market streeM, at 12 am., for the jmrpore rr organl ration. William M'Clelland, Chairman. Harrlsburg. April 13. 1S76. HOW LANCASTER DOES IT. Lancaster, tho pride and bulwark of tlio llopublican party, notwithstanding her wealth and resources has gravitated Into a debt of nearly $300,000. Berks her bister county and rival, Is under Democratic man" agement, and out of debt. Tho Auditors of Lancaster, evidently cu rlousmeu and nominatod because it was ira agined that the office was of no Importance, made a lengthy report. In It thev say We also fiud by the minutes of tbo Hoard ot f Commissioners of Lancaster county, that Jacob Greonawalt, President, met and trans acted business seventy-four days with...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 April 1876

jiliJ'itwsajy jj wumu'jgiiw-f ' vmvu. vtiu&'vti 'umia 1 m ''.ujmi. ui m THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCEAT, DLOOMSB URG; COLUMBIA COUNTY, ' - , . . f 1 iV - ' I - . .. ,- L. -1 I v 'PIT riAl It 11 r . -.t uULU M blAiN. "J. (tons n tin (i. v is 1 1) a x, apiius-i, 1870 Rnll Tlnm! Tl. rrii!T ,...., lime lllllir., f.AOKAWAKNA k IIlOOMSBUHO HAH, ItOAH Accommodation Train, o. Ai. BOUT It 7.4ti A. M irHln T.40 A. M Express Trntn liM Vt M " " fi.ai P.M. 0ATAW18HA HAIL IIOAI). Accommodation Train O.ss'a.'m. Itcgular Express iun r. a 1'. M ll.M A. At sot-Tit 7,80 1". M ll.M A. M Through cars 011 Express train cither to New York . ......uvipmu. Accuininwiiiuou train runs between iiiiuiiisport. Tlio early bird docs not cntcli tho worm now 11 cnitncs n com Mrs. Knocli Cniltiiun, of Iron street, in the romeMor 01 a enctm which lias 011 it nu leas man elglitylivo.huds. It Is saltl that cut flowm . t, t...i !.. .... ...... u 111 good condition for n week ,by placing thu stems in viwupiior water. Ily a...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 April 1876

Miscellaneous. ifill!m.,nf,cnic,lln f,m6 n' tho twelve poll claners Is to bo sung to a popular air. Twelve polltlclaners on the road to heaven- Collat wont to t'other pliico and then there vr ero eleven. Eleven pollttclanera very pious men Henry, Clows gooso was cooked nnd then there were ten. Tea polltlclaners. mttlnir nulta a uhlns- i Hlacfc Friday swallowed Itlchardson thenthcro wera nine Nino polltlclaners nt Iho White limine eato- WWtamj liought a landaulet and then there were I eight. Klsht polltlclaners sods wouldn't lenven- Intcrlor gripes killed Delano and then there were bc tod. Seven roltticlancrs, In a "crooked" flx- Jtabcoclc stole tho Mcrrcpont note and then there were, six. nx polltlclaners still left alive Schenck stuck In tho Emma mtno and then there Were Ave. Five polltlclaners foollne very sore Belknap tumbled In a Marsh and then there were tour. Four polltlclaners bad as bad could bo Orvll took a black (mall) draught and then there were three. Three polltlclaners...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 April 1876

, THE COLUMBIAN, (COLtJllnll BsaocitAT, BUB. OP TlIK NOnril AND COLCM MAN CON30UPTI!t).) i!iH??. JTfiS!"y' evcrf '""'''V Morning, at llUOOMHllUIUI, COI.V.UI1IA fOUNTl, l'A. At two iioluhs per jenr, payable, In nilVHiioe, or SPIl1" .!,''? Jenr- Aflt'r ",0 i'piratln cr the j car tiM will lio eharjrcd, To Milwcrlbcrs out uf tho cull.'lt!r.Vin ior,n! V M l,f lMri Uriel ly In ndvauco -f J l If not pild In ndinuco and fcuulf n.mnoiil to dclajed bo oiiil thesi-nr. SiilMlw clUcuutlnuiMl, except nt the option of tho publisher, until all arrearages nro puhl, but lonif continued credits nfkr tlio e.tplratlun of the- llrst year mil not be (riven. All paper sent out ot llioHUlo or to distant im oniccs must bo paid ror In advance, unless n rosiion sllilo iwreou In Columbia county assumes to pay the tho county, run i'auk is no 10 longer exuded from subscribers In The i Jobblr.ir Department of thnCou-MBtiN Is very complete, and our .! Ii Printing will compare favora bly wIM that of tlin largo citie...

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