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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 March 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUllG, COLUMBIA COUOTy7 PA. llMIO.nSlltmO.I.'ltlDAV.JIAUtll ll.tMU, Captain Maihu, of York, has w eeiitcd n bill In tlio Legislature, c':uiniit lug soldiers of 1812 from bounty tuxes. Owino to the lato rnlns tlio river U conslilernlily swollon. Thcro U nn abundance of snow In tho mountains yet. AVii.uam L. Mahdock and Co. dealers In lino groceries, No. llfi South ThlrdStreet (opposite tho dlrard Hank) l'ldladclphln. Ex-Sm:nirr John B.vydku has tn ken tho upper tavern In OrangovllJe, tho "Swan Hotel." Mr. Snyder Is too well known to requlro nny words of praise from us. Tin; fine Seminary, which tho liber ality of our citizens has erected at this place, Is rapidly approaching comple tion, and will bo formally dedicated on tho 8d of next April. UoVUKKuu OrjAiiv has re-appnlntcd VTUlinni Peacock, Enii., to bo iijKolnry Tubllc for this Common wealth, for threu years from thirteenth March, 1S07, to I resiuo in jsioomsuurg. Mr.. Gunnison, our efficient barber, has remo...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 March 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBXJ11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. FARMERS DEPARTMENT. G tllat. To Fni-mci-. What JIocs to Cec In planting or hoeing corn, use tho oriUmiry hocfi In general u?c. Neither Indian ltubber hoes) nor cotten hoes would bo of nny account in n corn Held j no nioro than would one of lloo's eight-cylinder pros- ECS. Jlow to IMd the Plow. Don't try to hold It out arms length. You can't do it. If you havn't n plow of your own, get out an attachment on your neigh bor's, who owes you. Any jii'tico will tell you whether you can hold it or not. Tic Bat Time to Put in Jlye.X nlced on old farmer oneo what was tho best thno to put in ryo? Ho looked nt hid watch and said: "This is about iny hour." Tho ryo was immediately put in. Altseasonsnrotlio sumo for putting in rye. JTow to Ki.cn Com. -Tho best place to keep corn is in a good corn liouso though somo prefer to keep it in tho system in tho julco. If they don't keep corn they keep corned. Jbasy If ay to Draw Saw Logs. Draw them on a pi...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 March 1867

VOL. I.-NO. 12. THE COLUMBIAN, A Democratic Nowspapor, m rcnusitr.u ron inn VKoi-itn.-rons nv DKOCKWAY & FHEEZE, LVEIIY 1'KIDAY MOP.NINC' -AT Uloom.lmrg, Columhln Count j , I'n, TUEptlaclplei or 'his- nnpernro of IhoJeirorsoii lnaSchoolof polltlo. Those principles will never bi compromised, yet cmirtopy in,i klnitesu bIkiII tot bo forgottenln discussing them, Avhether Willi Individuals, or with contemporaries of tlio Press. T1.0 unity, happiness, rind prosperity of the routi trrliournlm nml objects nnd ns tlio means to eeurothAt, wo shall lnbor honestly nndcnriustly for the harmony, success uud grow tit of our otgin 1ation. It has seemed to the Proprietors tint tho re quirements of a County ntu-siuperlmvenot been Lerctefore fully met by tholrpredeecfsors or con Kuipoinrltsi and thoy linvo dctrimlnod to, If possible, supply tun deficiency. Inn literary point cf view also this paper will aim at n high stnnd erd, and hopes to cultivate In Its readers a norrect taato nnd hound Judgm...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 March 1867

fo (ifoluntbiim. JOHN iin o. freeze, 1 nniTORS. A3. II. UROCKWAY, ) J"miuHa" ' 141 IlI.UO.MHUt-nt,I''tltAV,MAItC'IIii,18n7i Democratic Stale Convention. Tnr. Democratic Plato Committee, at Its moot. Ing, on Jnminry 241th, at lttirrlsbnrg, adopted the following resolutions 1 l-.l. That tho lcgular Convention nf the party, or nominating n rnndldnto for tho supremo .:?ncli,bo held nt llnrrtshunt, on tlio SECOND TUESDAY OK JUNK, 1SC7, nt twelve o'eloek M., Riul that sold Convention be composed of Iho us unl number of delegates. 2nd. In addition thereto, It Is recommended to tho Democracy of Poiinsylvnnlntn FORTHWITH elect. In the usunl mnnner. two delegates, of ro cogmred position nnd lultunnco In tho party, for each Representative nnd Wenntor lit their re-e-lectlve district, who iihnll meet In MAHrt CON VENTION, nt Itarrlshurg, on n On y to ho fixed by Iho Chairman of tho State Central Committer. Ily order of tho Democratic state Committee, WILLIAM A. WALLACE., . Clinlimnn. It. L. Fors...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 March 1867

Sftw lp0tttmtriam iii.ooMsiiuiiri.rninAY.MAJiciiaV.isor. Pianos tuned by Gnoiton Emvkw,, Dloomsbnrg, Pa. A Grand Jrnsquenulo will bo clvcn tit Snyder's Hall this (Friday) evening. Tlio lAtzcrne Union pays n high nnd dewcrved compliment to tlio Berwick Bntid. Captain Brockway, loft for New York on Saturday morning last, to bo absent about n. week. Wn aro very rjlcd to learn tbat Peter Purscl, Esq., lias been confirmed ns Post Master, nt Wilkesbarrc. The result of tbo election In Briar Creek Is exceedingly gratifying j nnd our friend has our thanks for the facts furnished. The German Reformed .Society of this placo have purchased nnd placed upon their Church a large and excellent toned bell. "William i,. Maiwock and Co. dealers In fmo groceries No. 115 South Third Street (opposite tlio Oirard H.ink) Philadelphia. An Exhibition was given In Snyder's IIoll on last Saturday evening, by the students of Mr. Garrison's school, much to the satisfaction of tho audience. The Hall was crowded t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 March 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS13U11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. FAMIKKS' DEPARTS EXT. j:ntl- Cut liny fur .Ullcll C'mvi. Sir. II. II. W. S. sceius to wish for somo opinions respecting what has been sttlil about cutting hay In Juno. I willingly state that my experienco of over thirty years nil goes to prove the. wlsilom of cutting garfj when It Is eominlng Into bloom, tho folly of waiting till It is going out of blossom, and tho ilownrlgh ernzlness of letting It stand till tho s-eed Is ripe. I am milto certain that when grasps Is cut early It Is not only the gain of making such a much better quality of hay that will gratify tho fanner, but tho land Is tcarsely weakened at all j wheras thoso who follow tho suicidal practice of mowing late, rob their land and tho aftcrfecd, cheat every animal that cats thu poor, dry, lealless stull', and defraud themselves and their families this Is tho reason why cornstllks are rated ns highly as hay, and why so much meal has to be given tokenpstoro cattle In a hea...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 March 1867

(II t 1 M( Mfr 111' 4 V0L' L N0-13' BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 29,1867! " ri0B five cents. riittM tT ntttwn.. I SEWING-MACHINES AIIE THE BUST IN THE WOULD. Salesrooms, 0.10 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, l'n. Whllo a largo number of Machines lmvo been offered to tlio public, somo of whlnh poskess points of excellence and acknowledged merit, wo, hat a long felt wlmt others hnvo experienced, tlio no ccsjlty of a Mnchlno mora perfect lu Its incilinul till structure, combining In llio maitiasT dequee HIXlrClCITV WITH UUItAlill.lTY, nnet whllo capnblo of ilolng n oruateii hanoe of wouic, one, that couhl be onslly tmderelooct nnil compre hended by nil. To supply n Kcwlnet-Mnehlnc froo from the ob jections attached to others hns linen uneasy task ; for wo not only had to surpass other Machines, ns they appeared yenrs ngo.but nlso ns Improved from tlluo to time, by more recent experience. This wo boldly elnlm hns been accomplished by tho liberal expenditure, of capital, and the pii tlcn...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 March 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. .1 CUAB. B. DllOCKWAY nLO03ISllt'll(I,I.UlUJAV,MAHClla,tMlt. Democratic. Stale Convention. VitP. Democratic Stale Onmintltoc, nt its incit ing, on January aith.nt llnrrlsburg, ndopted the, fofiowlngresolutlonsi 1st. That tlio rcgulnr Convention of the parly, or nominating n candidate fur Iho supremo nrh. bo held nl llarrisburg, on the SI'.COND TUKSDAY (IK .ll'NI'., lsii7, nt twelve o'clock M imd that said Convent ton bo composed of the n ual number or delegates. . . Ind. In addition thereto, It I, recommended to the Democracy of rcnnsslvaninloFOimiWITH elect, In the usual manner, two delegates, of to ognlrcd position and influence in the party, ror each Uenrcsentutlve niul Senator In their ro-e-jnctlvo district, who shall meet lit MASS CON VENTION, nt Harrlsburg, on n day to be fixed by tlw Chairman of Iho state Cent ml Committee. Hy order of tho lieinocrallo state Committee, WILLIAM A. WALLACi:., Chtvlttnun. n. I FenKTKit, Secretary. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 March 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. 8flw (ifolumbimi iii.oi)Msnuit(j,ruii).v, .MAju'iini,i(ir. Pianos tuucit liy anoitai: Kt,wi:t,i,, Bloonisbiirg, l'n. .t. This week wo Imvo plnced (ho column for "Young Folks " on our fourth imgo. "We liuhlish clsowhoro (ho Trlnl nnil Jury list for the Mny term of Court. Ooy. Geaiiy linn signed tho hill re quiring rnllrorul coin-mull's to carry nil passengers without distinction of color. Miw. Jr.iT. Davis, In n letter to n friend In Philadelphia, announces that she ha been blessed with another ton. WILLIAM ti. MAIIDOCK AND Co. dealers lu flno grocevles, No. 110 South Third Street (opposilotho Qlrard Bank) Philadelphia. The largest, best and cheapest assort ment of Stoves and Tinware in tho county, Is at tho storo of William jr. Ent, LIghtstrcet. -It. The farm of tho lato Cioorgo l'fell, deceased, of Orange township, this coun ty, was bought by Itcuben Sltlcr, for two thousand dollars. A in Mi has been Introduced into tho Legislature, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 March 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUIIG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. imncr's Sciiavtmcnt. 1'oolUli Virgins. A fuwtlnys stnco wo wcroilluliigwltli n frloml who lmd gathered a bovy of pretty girls nroiiml his hospltablo hoard, mid during tlio meal wu received n liuiKiituhlo cvldeiK'ioftho iguorauco of our latter dny younc Indies of tho first rudiments of making ruunu happy. Wo spoko of eabbajro liuddiiii:, and heavens I what a flutter Klght pretty hands clasped at onco In holy horror j eight bright eyes turned up their whites in refined surprise, nnd eight rosy Hps chorused in refined disbelief, "Cabbago pudding! who over heard of such thine?" If indeed, so bo that this comfortable way of cooking tho vegetable, has passed from tho memory of housekeepers, let us recommend a trial of our recipe, given merely from recollection : After boiling tho cabbago well, placo it In a baking pan with layers of crumbled bread; butter, salt and black pepper liberally used, sprinkled well on top with grated cracker and b...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 April 1867

if! id I tit tilt lit fit it' U,H- BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. riMIK I'LOltENCl-J SF.WINU-MACHINEB Aim thi: hist in thh would. Salesrooms, CW Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, IVu Whllo n largo number of Machines hnvo boon otTercd to this public, somo of whleh possess poUits bf excellence And acknowledged merit, wo havo long felt what nthera havo experienced, the.no eesslty of ft Mncliliio moro perfect In Its lucchaul cnl structure, combining In tlio IIIQIUOT DEOItEE SIMfMCITV WITH DUllAIlIMTY, nnd whllo capable of doing ft onHATKH ItANOF. OF WOUK, one that eould bo Cftsllj- understood nnd compre bended by nil. To supply n Bowing-Machine freo from tlio olj ectlons attnehed to others 1ms Hccn no easy task j for wo not only had to surpass other Machines, as they appeared years ago, but also as Improved from tlmo to thno by more recent experience. This wo boldly claim has boen accomplished lrv tbo liberal cjpondlturo of capital, and tho pa tient, untiring lab...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. CURIIENT ITEMS. j tar Tlio l'rii'ilnu solillors now rwcl vo seven tcnls a tiny. iaS-Freemasonry wna Introduced Into tho United States in 17S0. jjfiy-Georco 8. Jones, u colored niiiii. has been elected Constable, In Ulack btono, Muss. ' JQf It lsnprcat satisfaction to know that tho earth weighs 1,2.'0,1j;,(i7U,0UU, 000,000,000 tons. BeSAfow days slnco n hoy In Hnrt ftCity, Ind., losthls Mis by a grain of corn in his throat. Jtffl-A hntchcr in Wheeling, during tho past thlrty-thrco years has mado C25 miles of sausage. tsy Two superstitious negro women in South Carolina burned up a child, thinking it was tho devil. J" Gentlemen attending church In Columlnis, O., nro Invited by n printed notice to leavo their tobacco at tho door. &3r Tho subscription to tho fund for tho relief of tho South, in Xew York city, has reached the mini of thlrty-ouu thousand dollars. Cffir An Iowa lady had Just recovered J10,000 damages for domination of her ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, ELOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. gffoc (ifotumMmi MOOMMitmu, i'uiiay, Aran. , isnj. Tianou tuned by (Jnoncu: Ewvr.M,, Bloomsburg, 1'n. -It. WlM.IAM L. MAUDOOIC AND Co. dealers In flno groceries, No. 115 South Third Street (oppCHlto tho QlrardUnnk) I'hlludelpliln. Ouii receipts for March nro very flat tering. Our friends nro determined wo shall not run In debt for that "Strain Tower Pros." The largest, best and cheapest nsiort niat of Stoves and Tlnwaro In tho county, Is at tho otoro of William 31. Knt, I.lghtstrcet. It. The real estate of Abraham ltubblns, tleceasod, situated In Fishing Creek Township, has been sold to Paul Gilbert for flvo hundred and six dollars. Thk real cstato of tho lato Frederick Hoes, sltuato In Sugarloaf Township, and containing about ono hundred and fifty acres, on Saturday last, wasfcold to Cyrus Larlsh, for $1,712. We nro Informed that Kdward Ever ett and Company, proposo opening a Drug Store In Orangovllle. Wo have no doubt It will pay, as...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. gov the ilouno otlis. Roso-Bud. A king and queen onco upon n time rclgncil In n country a great way oir, wlicro thcro were In those days fairies. Now this king and queen had plenty of money, and plenty of lino rlothcs to wear and plenty of good things to eat and drink, uuda coach to rldo out In ev ery day: but though they had been married many years they had no chil dren, and this grieved them very much Indeed. But one day as tho queen was walking by tho sldoof tho river, at tho bottom of tho garden, Mio s-aw a poor littlo fish, that had thrown Itself out of tho water, and lay gasping and nearly dead on tho bank. Then tho queen took pity on tho littlo fish, and throw it back again into tho river; and beforo it swam away it lifted its head out mm bmu, "x Know wiint your wish Is, and It shall bo fulfilled, in re turn for your kindness to mo you will eoon have a daughter." "What tho lit tlo fish had foretold soon camo to pass : and tho qi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 April 1867

ffc VOL U-NO. 15 riUIE FLOHENCH 8EWING.MAC1IIN1:8 AHU THE BEST IN Till: WOULD. Salesrooms, 030 Che9tnut Street, Philadelphia, l'n. While a largo number of Machine havo liecn offered to the public, sobio of whUli possess points of excellence and acknowledged merit, wo havo long folt what others havo experienced, the no ocsslty of a Machine nioro perfect In Its mechani cal structure, combining In the HIGIir-ST DEQ11EK HIMPMCITY WITH nUItAMI.ITT, and whllo cnpablo of doing n OltEATEIt ItANOU or WOIlK, ono that could bo easily understood nnd compi e honded by nil, Tosuprnyn Rowlnr-Mnchlnc free from tho ob jections attached fo others has been no easy task j for we not only had to surpass other Machines, as thy appeared 5 cars ago, hut also (is Improved from tlmo to tlmo by more recent experience. This wo boldly clnlm has been accomplished liy tho liberal expenditure of capital, and the pa tient, untiring labor of years; and In presenting our MncMno to the public, we shall mnlta strong as...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSJilJllG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. CURRENT ITEMS, Timet Stovi'iis U siek again. Es" Liverpool Kiifjlutul lnarkiits!, April Wh glvo liitttil, 51s. Gtl. Tlio Huftlnu hps1oh treaty luis been rntlflotl liy tho Sounti?. PaTTlio T.CL'ljlntlvo ntiiiroprlntlon Till, lUsbnrvi's uLmilfotir million of d'll- trr. tfff- Atmiilun Wllllnm .Inincfi Antlrow Jitckeoit Jones,. Is a registered colored voter In Washington. MWClinsnl iie-tiiilldiito for the Presi dency nnd it to lio run by Vnwon-s the Marshall of the District of CollUiibhi, an chief fugleman. t-af- In ono family near Dnlton, (la., four children died of .starvation lu Fol- ruary, and It Js believed Unit others have dial from the piuho cause. tear In telegraphy it appears that the Now World leads the Old. America has 110,000 miles of telegraph wires; Jiuropc iiu,iw,nuti iiiiiia;i,uuu. jQy There Is a report that tlio Govern or of Delaware will atmolnt Thomas A liaynrd, son of tho former Senator of mat namo 10 tno senatorial ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS BU11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. $t (fotmnMnii. iiLoo.imiitmti, vitniAv, APiitii 11, mar, ssww n imim imim luinn mwwi wmiii'unii .Tolin W. Miles lms been rejected ns Font Mnsicr tit Danville. The Dill authorizing tlio townshlpq of Uloomnml Ilcnilocl: (o erect n poor hougo litis becoino a law. Wjg havo received our l'owcr l're? ntul Engine, but nt too into n day to lrlut this week's edition on It. Lstop.mation 13 wanted nt this office-ns to tlio post-oilleo tuldrcssea of CImrle.) II. Drobat and Peter Ilanshaw. William L. Maddock and Co. dealers in flno grocorlca, No. 115 South Third Street (ojipoditotho 0 Irani Dank) PhiladQlphin. The largest, host and cheapest assort ment of Stoves and Tlnwaro in the county, in nt tho store, of William M. Ent, Lightstrcel. .It. Will the Editors of that excellent periodical, The Home Journal Fend us Nos. lOand 13 which lmvofailed to reach us? Wo iiits-t'thcm very much. tr thoso of our readers who .subscribed at Nob Mountain for The O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. the youno oU'.s. DRY GOODS, &o. DRUGS & MEDICINES. DRY GOODS. TOBACO 8c SEGARS. IRON, TINWARE, &C. farmer's gepvtmcnt. j Bxttriinl Application of Castor Oil. It Is said castor oil is much bolter to soften tuul redeem old leather, thnn miy other oil known. When boots niul shoca nro greased with It, tho oil will not at all Interforo with tho polishing afterwards, as In thocuso with lard,ollve,ornny othor oil. lnllnrrlsbnrg, theoUl leather hose or soma of thoflrocorapanlcswcro greas ed with It, and found to becomo almost ns soft and flexible as now leather. Leather belts for transmitting motion In machinery will usually last thrcoor flvo years, according to tho wear and tear they arocxposcd to; when greased with enstor oil they will last ten years or more as they always remain lloxlblo and do not crack. Besides this advantago castor oil prevents slipping, so tlit a belt thrco inches wide, impregnated with it, will bo equal to ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 April 1867

'Tw y iu i" hum r 0 VOL. I.-NO. 10. rjpiIK FLOItENCE snwiNa-MAciiiNns AHi: THE 11 EST IN THU WOULD. Walcsioonu, 030 Chostnut Street, IMitliullihla, l'n. Whllo a lnrga number of Machine linvo boon oll'cred to tho public, somo of wliloli pocm lxilnM of excellence and acknowledged merit, wo liave long felt what others have experienced, tin ne cessity or n Machine, inoro pel fect In Hi mechani cal ulrucluro, tismblnhig in tlia iik-iiust Di:am;i: BIMPUCiTY WITH UUruUlILlTY, and whllo canablo of dolus a ant:.vn:ii iianoe or woiirc, oho that could bo oaHlly anderslood niul compre hended hy nil. ToMipplyn Mcwlng-Machlnc free, from Iho ob lections attached to others lint ixon no cany tanks for w not unly had to surpiht othor Machines, nt they appeorcd yearn ago, but also as Impimcd from tlmo to tlmo by inoro recent cxiicrtciico. Tlits wc boblly claim has bum aoeonirdlshod by th llbirul expenditure of capital, and the mi. tlcnt.iiullrlnirlnbi-ir of years) nml In prosciillng our Mnc'slno to Il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 19 April 1867

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. CURRENT ITEMS. CA Frenchman In Now York solved Ms rcllBlousdoubtsbyshootiiiEhlmseir. USS-Tlm Detroit lce J'ress snys of llrownlow's colored competitor for tho (lovernornorshlii, tluit, "iinllko llrown low, he N iv negro from necessity, and not from choice." teifA letter from Greenville, Me., f-tntcs that the heaviest enow storm of tho winter In tho Moosheiul Lnko sec tion took )lnco Inst week. Fifteen hiclies of snow fell. ftiyWllllnm Hakor. nsetl 73. died recenty In Spencer County, Indlmm. Ho was followed to the (jravo by seventy clKht descendants, IncludlliKsixty-threo jjrumlehllilrcn and three great grand- cnuuren. CfaV830.000 worth of cold nnd lewels. wrapped in n nowapapcr, and encased in bitumen, whs found in n barrel-of pork at New Orleans, n few dnvs since. It had probably been concealed there dur ing too war. jSaT Ulsliop Whltchouso, of Illinois, who has Just returned from Europe. says that nt least 50,000 Swedes will emi gra...

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