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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 16 March 1877

flhBPTltUPJI11 THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA. b BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday, Mrvrcli 10, 1870, I'KKSIDKNT ll.UKS. There U ono liidtiputnblo fact, and that Is that Htitherford II. Hayes now Inaugural ed a thochlcf c.tccutlveof the United States holds the position through the partisan de cisions of n majority of tho Electors! com mission, ltcnubllcans oi character admit that the Louisiana Heturnlng Board was a fraud, aud that that state went fairly and honeit'.y for Tllden. Well, Anderson & Co. i hacked up by Judge Ilradlcy and bis seven associates, who decided for party and not fur principle, elected Hayes ; the people had nothing to vjy alwiit it. Itut be that as it may, Mr, Hayes 1 l'rcldeiit, and will bo so for lour years to come, if nothing unfore seen occurs. In his letter of acceptance Hayes promised fairly, as all candidates do, nud we placed but little reliance on his promise. Now that he is actually in office, the cotirne tlint he is pursuing m...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 16 March 1877

ifT 'HIE COLUMBIAN. IlIiOOJlNllUHtl. TltlllAT, MAHCUIU. isn Unll Komi Time Table. L VCKAWANNA IlLOOMSDUIlO HAIL ItOAl) Accommodation Train,. Mall Train Exprosa Train KOHTU. . .5 A.M. T.81 A. M , U.0 1'. M. , .m r. m. eocni. T.S1 A. M. 4.49 1'. l ll.tT A. M Mathlm Kline will sell real estate In Fil ing Creek Township at private alc. Bee advertisement. J. G. Lehly, ion of Cpt Isaac Leldy of Hem lock Watted our offica on Tuesday. He halls from Carthago Mo., and In In excellent health. The Bcranton RqnMUan, In Its Issue of tha Oih lnt. speaks of "Yellow Jack" Donnhueat avhiR hecn tried at UloomsburK. The people here never found it out. CATAW1SSA HAIL ItOAD. NOtlTIt. poutn accommodation Train MS A. M. T.8T r. M, Itctf'tUr Gvpress 4.(0 P. M. 11.83 A. M. Tiirnnen care on Express, train either to New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between U.itawu.a and Wllllamsport. TO t 19TANTSUHSCmtlErt9. Parties living out'idnof this State who have nnt nald their subscription up to Oct. 1...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 16 March 1877

JTrl A THE C0tUMBIA3Sf ANi) DlBIOGRArBfeOOMBBlJRGh QtoiWIA cSItsA. Miscellaneous My Visit l tlm llirtliplnce 'irilieSUrarso Twlui. ,lut licforo leaving tlm United Statin for our Oriental tour, my litislmwl nntl I untight out tlie.ie fatnntii twin, run! lcsrneil from them nliero thpy were born anil the placo where their parents rro ltll lIMnp, deter mined If litilbY, tn re rn'tli. Sunn after wo were dnnieMieated in tliyMintry he gan ntir search; and It was to me qnlti-a little Rain day, stl'l rememhered with plea lire, that I spent in theearly home ol Chnnp nnd Eiifj, dining In the front room of the lit tle cabin where these boys had so often romped In childish cleej handling the queer little suits of bine, nankeen, the first the twins had ever worn after their baby gar ment", and which the loving mother had preerved as reminders ol her wonderful children; ami plucking roses from the very trees the, boys had planted and called by their own names, before, leaving their native laud for...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 23 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, OlU-im USKOCHif , TK Of TUK NUHTU AMD COLB1I UUS UJ.-UJLtlUTID.) Isiuod weemy, every Friday morning, at Bl. JOrfSllJlM, COLUMBIA COUNTS, PA. Tirj iulliM L'-r year, payabls lu advance, or ditrur tmjir. Atlerltio expiration or tin) j ear iM 'fill i) J idirgoJ. To aiiu-crliicrs out ol the. oiiat UJlornuaiellponoir, trlcily in advance -u II it ii it ,i u 1 1 1 a I'.i'icu nni u.u II jiaymchl ho HUM 1 1 t ii ii lua yeui. S iJiiir IH-- ltl" Mil except at tho option of Die oiilllsuM, UJtiUH urrjarages uru paid, but long oj.itluKi .-malts ufuir til.) expiration ot Ihu tlrst Vail" bl 11 it oe glVOIl vil ni irnjm u 'ft llio stiilo or to distant post oil"' a ui.isi be paid 'r lu advance, unless a rcspon sliuTiiirsou In Uulir.nuU county assumes to pay the jincrlntlon duo on demand. .... p. is rami Is no longer unacted from subscribers In lio county. JOB 3?K.TKTTI0Sra-- ru.i.f iii'ol'.if iwpirt'nont of tho Coi.pmuik liven hi', ,inl eir-l ii iMuHiu win cotnpuro fun rn ,,l , t , .1 i...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 23 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSJBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. rrerr ft I BLOOMSBURQ, PA. Ei'ldny, x Mm-ch 18, 18 77. , CLEANINGS FI1IIM TUB AI'tllTOR UI'.X- (.According in the Aiullto' Genfr.il' He pert fnf the Isst fieal year, the personal property nf Giluinbla comity, subject to t'ree mills State tux for 1S7C was o7,720 property subject to one. per rent tnx $3 1 410; t)mount of tax on watches $105 ; assessment tax G52.2u"; population neoordin tn census of 1870, 25,701 i taxable fir the year 1876, 6,939. Tin- Sta.e ysiid lor silver tiring proposals for supplies the extravagant mm of $11,335.10. Fish commissioners got away with jl4,4oS,60. Our geuial friend Quay, Hartranft's Secretary of the ..Commonwealth receives ?400 as a member f the Hoard of I'ardons ; copying records 91,000 ; publishing historical paper", $2,500 ; service aa Commissioner of Sinking Fund, $300, salary as Secretary $4,000 making the comfortable Income of $8,300. The Common Schools of Columbia coun ty received fr...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 23 March 1877

THE COLBMBM THE COLUMBIAN. n i, o o m s n c it (i. r it I d a t, suncii m. is:; Kail Hoail Tlmo TaMc. LACKAWANNA nLOOMSUUHO UAILItOAD Accommodation Train,, lil all Win Express Train .. .MS A.M. 7.M A. M , i.m r.M. e eo r. m. CATAW1SSA KAIL IIOAt). NORTH. BOrjtn. J.51 A. M, 4.49 P. M ll.M A. M SOUTH Accommodation Train .!8 A, it. T.ST P. M. Ileif.ilar Express 4.(0 P.M. It.MA.M. Tli return cars ou Express train cither to New York or Hill idelplila. Accommodation tram runs between Uaiawlssu and Wllllamsport. The l-iiii'ylv.inl.i Cam! for Sirins ti ivlgnllon. will soon open Persons having liiiir to rent will fiml that ll piys to advertise then in llie CuLUMMAN. The n ImlnWttnlor ol" Oiniel Mufti v will sell real (Ht In l.ilit Siutl on t lie 21lli in-i See nilvirll-nuuil. We learn from tlic Dmvllle papers Ilia, lliere are very tinny vacant hoJ'ca in place, nnil rent are low. T!ie anigiue of Alir.ilinn Miller will fill real elate at U'rwick on llie '.Mill int. Sec advertisement Ji w l 'In...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 23 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NT Y, PA. Tks Itnlui of Cartliage. Mr. W. E. Itabertson writes from lllair beth, Scotland, to the lndon llmtl as fiU lows : Having recently vUlted thlj onco famou city, 1 have thought that It might not be un interesting lo your renders to know son"" thtng of ths present condition of its mini', while at the name tlmo I call attention t wholesale deitructl.m of tlio few but tlful remaining monument) of glory. Landing at the little luwii of (luli'lN, which Is the port of tutus, itnd (listiitit ir .in It about ton mile, I pat up at the h ...'1 there-, kept by an Italian. A wldo but shal low lagoon stretches out toward the intuit rn City on tho left, with which eoiiimunlcRtin'i ii kept up by train., which run at intervals during the day, A milt' or two Ir.im the na tion, on a wide plateau, lie como upon foundation of it whII, some throe feet .n thickness, Following this for three mllf-, tfo come to some plowed ground com 1 With fragmen...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 30 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, otntitu uhmocrxt, itab or Tift; mobth and eotm 01, BIANOJ-liDtlDAIlJ).) . Issuod woeitiy, of ory fr idny morning, at i ? ;SillJud. UOLlJilUlA COUNT?. I'A. To doliars per yetr, payablo In adianus.or ...... li, ,i i-mr. U sj irllt 09 .mirgod. To subscribers out ol tlio !.. i.nn tirmi aro U nor Jronr. strictly lu aiTunco ii ji lt not n il I In 11 irunco nud 3.ot If payment be duyalbi oud tho year. Mil i u.i i it AH onllnu"'!, except nt tlio option of tho 011)1111 ijm, until Ail arrjaragus nro paid, but long ooatifit'i r l,IUjr tu8 expiration of the tlrst if ,f ill 11 Jm ,, , ,, , S 'ni, ' I' OI SI1U iliaiU SU tJ MllbUIIV PU31 iue, unless a res pun aisumcs to pay t lie mi' js must bet pil l for In advance, unless a respun 13l0 p iMon 111 -Jin noia i-uuuvy posi'AtiKts no longer exacted from subscrlborsln ho county. job ipmTisrTiisrQ-- Tno .1 lbbltg n?p irtinont of tlio Cot.rstntAN Is very eon ilete, nml our ! Ii Pilntlng vrlllcutnpnrc fatorn. v Willi tli it "t tlio 1 irjjt...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 30 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN A.ND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA OOTTMTY, PA. mt iitlittitBlatt. BB0CXWAY& ELWELL, Editors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday, March 00. 18 7 7. PENNSYLVANIA'S IiISHiUCK. In tli3 l.ut session of the House of llopre sint.it ives at llurrisburir, tliu Democrats had a miloritv, .ml iv ra'V spetker. Reside it wa tlio first session nf members elected under the new Constitution. I!nt some regard wa paid to rule, forms mil dvotum, except when Philadelphia's notorious delegation, for folua sinister purpose precipitateil confusion. Tho Democrat', for thi cauc only, wero lc rated liy every radical organ and Itcpulilicaii sposkcr in tho land. Tho fortune of tho cimpihrn, however, gavo tho Republicans a majority in the pre cut Home, and in contract the former one stand a. liftht to darkness. The ltepublican representatives with n few honorable! excep tion!, ara men without capacity or integrity, minion of C imeron, anil accomplices in lniiuity with Mackey, Kemhle, and Quay. No wond'r ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 30 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN. 11 1 o o ji s ii u it o, r it in A v, jf Alien no. is;, Rail Koatt TIiiib TiiMo. LV'I'.AWANNA IILOOMHIIUMI llAILItOAl) NOIITTI. . 0.41 A.M. 7.3? A.M , M 1'. M. 0 to 1'. M. Bourn. 7.MA.M, 1.4? I1. M ll.CT A. .M Accommodation Truln, Mall Train . Express Train CATAWISHA ItAlI. UOAD. NORTH. coi'Tn .ccnmnodatlnn Train it.vi A. St. T.17 P. M. Uoj itar Exprcei 4.0 P.M. 11.3.1A.M. Tiirowrii earn on Express train either to Sew York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs lietwecn CatawUM anil Wllllamsport. In buslncM it Is ho who als who receive. Klwnril II. Clark is (pending hU Easter va cation at home. The next term of the Normal School will open on Monday, April 21. JihI step Into tho l'ost Oflico and ec If you know where yuti are. Who lamp chimneys are recommended for weak eyes. Tile advertiser pene rally liai the advantage of securing the fini call of p'ircliaer.. When people learned to read, advertisement became indi-peii'lhle to a lively bminess. Our thanks are due Ho...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 30 March 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA CObNTY, PA. Miscellaneous lion to Keep the Hoys on Iho farm, Tlio April number of Siribner contaim a paper by tbo well-known Agricultural au thor, Colonel Ucorgo It. Wnrlng of New port, on the Interesting ulject of "Farm. VllinRcV .Tho writer m been actively ur ging the- adoption ol improvement in Ame rican farming for many year, anil has had pood opportunities hi atudyltig tho needs of American agriculture. Familiarity with the lllo and work of European farmers, where It is tuual for tlioso who cultivate the xnil to live in villages, suggested tohlm tho Idea that tho condition of our onn agricultural population could be much ameliorated by a similar concentration into communities where the material and moral benefits of bet ter uncial relations could bo secured. Tho paper considers tho way In which land may bo divided so as to necure tho eud In view with tho leat inconvenience to the iren who have to till the fields, and with the lo...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 April 1877

1SSSM THE COLUMBIAN. .--aIesl of gkAwtisliiff. U.ODI l U1XOCK1T, UTAH Or Till KOBTH ANDCOLUH tliutd wenu, rorjr KrMar morning, at llLJJ.4UURj' COLUMBIA COUNT? , I'A. two iMUinl f r ytar, payabla In advone,or Uiiu Itch, twuTo lines cr it. tquUu. -it li. Jotw rclltrnwuna or two lAitilloai, UitctlLsVl lAiirlair lUHaar. Alwriuw uifirauuuui lot year rl tin b amriroJ. To subscribers out of th tlum.ts.wo. 4u Jn.iot the term are lr year, -trlctly In advance ll tt At not p iH In mlf nco and i.n i If payment 60 Onolncn..-.Vn -T.X7 .itXO'UoO HOT a c rwulncUM.-,,...r...l.tO,.CH. J.IU., .tu Three inches . T.oi eO ll.w) i In. ,4. . . , .vliir.iKiuniinuea. exectit at the ontlon of thn nuoltlsueTS, until nil urrjaraifes are paid, but long coiun.nJ credits after tbe nxplrattou of the nrst rear ivlll not tk1 iflven 1 ij.iwrssunto.il of thestalo or to distant post oir-va must ho paid for In advance, unless a respnn .11,10 pjrson In Columbia county assumes to pay tbe inscription due on demand. ...... p...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 April 1877

THE COLUMBIA AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURGr, COLUMBIA CTTNTY, PA. SB05XWA7& ELWSLL.EdllOM. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday, April 0, 18 77. IKKKD. Tlicre has Just been given to the public (Iid extraordinary adventures nf William M. Tweed, the famous "Bom" of the New York ring, from the date of Ms escape from the Sheriff on Decemher 4th, 1876, until his re turn to Ludlow street jail on the 23d of No vember, 1870. Ills life during thts period of nearly n year Is as replete with exciting incidents as can bo found In the pages of ro i tnixncc. tils escape was effected hy tho aid of a gang of burglars, the plot having been 1 rt Id whilst in Jail, Taking advantage of tho momentary absence of IiU keeper, who hid accompanied him to his own hous, he win secreted In a covered waon, which was driven to the North river Here he took (mat and was carried across the river to the Palisade. In the douso woods back nf tho tinmen lie removed to Suton Island, where ho remain rd two weeks. Ho then took p.issage I...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 April 1877

r. THE COLUMBIAN. BLooasncna. mum, apuilo. isjj Kali Rami Time Talilc. LACKAWANNA tlLOOMHUUItfl HAIt, ItOAI) NOKTH. Accommodation Train .43 A.M. Mutt Train rlM A. M Hxprcss Train Ijio P. M. , flMI'.M, OATAWI88A HAIL ItOAD. KOIlTn. BOETrt. T.61 A. M. 4.4 P. I1.M A. M Bonn I. nr P. M. II. 53 A.M. Accommodation Train .M A.M. ii,. ilar Kxprcss 4.(11 I'.SI, Tiironsn rars n" Kxpress train either to Nrw York or piillulelphl.1. Accotninodatlon tram runs between Uatawlssa anil Wlltlainsporl. Hsfe, rellab'c, lisrml-ss tin I cheap, 1 Dr. Hull's C)ii(!li Svrup. Price only 2" cents. A liit nto, " lint is hi laie n n ilay in June?'1 Wliy, iiil'tv hi April, to lie suic, ulik-li 1 raw. Mr, A. K I'.ixtuii Itfl lown ii Vulnenla) iimriilnir, tn enter upon his new military career. IU goes Brut to Oiliuiil) u,0!iio. Simon P. not"n, of lirlarercik tnwnlitp, li-is nlit.iiiic.l a pili-nt fur an improve! (jiile for rallriiiil ami ceiicral pur pines. Tie t .ni r- Itfiiil'li-lt I!. Wiin'it. i"l 1'iltsin i li ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 April 1877

- -try ...trapa-tama.! ML 4 isms? THE COLUMBIAN AND im6(mtf,Vitomhfflt&;WUiK COl NTi'iPA. H ' . ill" ?Ur3?i ! i Miscellaneous ' iSrtThe Oolilen Huh of Oirsrl CimIIo. Ul tiicitr If every large cltlci Iii Jfipnu tKtJft'Wrtf w'n: ft iiufie caitlp,. In which Iho litiTSS fif l4 jirovjnco orhN' jftlrtlera lived inUiUionf prHce, or iuuftht In tlmoofwnr. NTftfhyri, In the prdvliice of0wnrl, In the cental iJrV of the main Island, wm neon Ihcfirgest ami' finfut of itll tho ensiles In Jupdrf. They wero built of thick walla of n'tufi tnnsonry frnrn tivrtity to one hundred lecfclAgLand divided from the otiWMe hind liyrtnoaU filled with water. At tho angle w'frMi1jli towers, hnilt of heavy henim of '(covered with lime to make, them tiro raof, and roofod with tile. They had rn.tii gublei like a pagoda, and port-holes urfinIyV3 for the nrchem to shoot out tli(utjr0)vi on the Lcslegcr. Thcie wind ow.ttvere covered with copper or iron shut- lcl2vi "10 eni "1C loI'al0' gaWo t uor,; with iU tail in...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 April 1877

" ' i i L , 5 :-!' u THE COLUMBIAN, OL0JJU lUBOORAT, Bf All OF THE NOBTU AXUCOLOI HUM 00 . SSJ LI DATKh.) luawt weekly, every Krl lay morning, at BuJUlliilUUJ, OOLIJMIHA COU.Nl?, PA. in.) dollaim pr your, payable In advance, or tnriat tlwyear, Aftortho sxuratlonof thojear id will Do utiirgod, To suuscrlbora out nf tbo ounty tns terms aro 11 per your, -irictlyin advance I j ill' nat put la iUvancoun.10.OJ It payment bo riiiayoJb' odd the year. S i P i? 'f ilH i lntlnua l( except at tho uplloii of the. U'lhllWiiert, until all urrjarages sro paid. but I on if coatiimi rrollts utl"r tlio uxplratlou c( tho nrst year "III not oe given Al pipprssintoitot tho state or to distant post on.rtls must bo paid tor In advance, unlcsin respon sible P T ion lo Columbia county assumes to pay the sunscrlptton due on ip'tonnd. posrAiEls no longer exacted from aubscrlbcrsln lio county. job iPiRiisrTizixra-- Tnn .T..uulr.tf IPpirtmont of Hip Coi.b.mhian Is very complete, ami our .1 li Ptlntlng wlllcompir...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 April 1877

ML' r jj gutoSiIbJii. 'kloomsbitrq; pa.' - Friday, April li) IK W. PF.tlRUAli INTKIlKKIiBN'OK The superisioii of clectnii ly the I-V1 cml authorities, which is one nl the Illegal Innovations on tlio rights of eilir-'iis intro duced by lli.o Republican party, Is nut only nn unwarranted s"Uhiptinii of authority, but lathe causoof enormous expenditures of money. The Attorney (luncr.il, few days siuce, directed the Pistri-t Atloiuey to tiso all ixHtiblf economy in the expenditures tieecs mryin holding Uurt nn.t instructed them til sec that i;raud juries found but few in iltclinriiK Hli rrWon for tltesc instructions was that Coiigrvw h.i 1 reltiel in l,l'ri'l'r'Jle nn ihereal amount to meet c.penra al though ritpu-jted n lodo by Father Tnft,hl pivdeccraur. Tho impropriations made for tlio nV.il year ending June 80, IS7" was 3, 000,000,fo'tl87lj.i5,090,0')Oforl877.W1500,UUO tn all SS.&AOOV. Prior to 1871, the an nal amount expended was $1,000,000. Sor what has bjcomo of this enormous ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 April 1877

TUB COLUMBIAN. toon sDOiiBi Arnit, u is?; Rail U6.nl Tlmi Tnlilc. HCKAWANNA nLOOMSUUIKl HAIL HOAI) NOI1TII. . Ml A.M. 7.M A. M 1.M I'. M, c en i. m. Roctn. 7.MA.M. '.19 P. M ll.t.T A. 'I Accommodation iram,, Mali Train ftxpress Train CATAWI8SA HAIL HOAl). north, nouth Accommodation Train o.Jt A. M. T.M P. M. itcntar Kxprcss 4,'it p. St. ll.sa A. 51, Tlirouifli earn on r.xpre train cither to New Voik or I'Mlvlelplila. rcninmortatlon train runs between 0 lUwuia anil Wllllamsporl. A. .1. Diilriek K-ij of Vllllnmiorl, wa in 1 1 .vm on Monilje , TuocoM fir Iruul ll-liln?. None of emrcraik fi-licriiKii have liignn lintiic a yet. The mad me di Inj up iiidl of In mi me iilri aily iiu-iv. nod Uobln and blue binle luvu eliaiipenrcet p'uUibly tu I'McureoVeiieiiK Svuie of the ino"L' iiitlni.allc of our anil teur Karilciiei have eeiiiiiucliecil ucllvc opir.1 llOlld. V iterdiy, A, 'HI I2.h, w.istlio aniitver iry of iIm .ill ,C on Kurt fci inilcr, i.i ltjlSl, and tin vtrtiti b. iniiiiit? uf the Ci...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 April 1877

K U i pi'inn"'" "f'afl8au"ti-i"K"'v '" -'i.. - try- "OTFlOIIBIBTAiSrAlSnD I)EM0CRAT3TO0HSmiRjG:, COXUMBIA PA. : . , ' ' ly -'t -. nim ,,,. . ,,i j. ,,,.. , .'...i . , ,T.,.:t ,.f,, .... - (OonctuJcd front laljiagi.) .iJlilWom'nnwenJ .that ho mljdit linvo,M " lilm ilnt ami swum on liiiuK-lf, r.ll tliArnbtv rrully fnr Ills fr.enilVwftrl, in hen new .-'-.KUarJIiitU-lWector, nml hero Utlifl, h son mill eomolnlloti to tlia old man. Unit j (ny "oni MigcMlAl 'Mich a course to i him ho would have been for knocking liim ilown ai u sort of "mueiiliirly Christian" VJS'rilnnoFilin. tcxK 'itiriFiy wvant a dog that bo should do this thing 7" No, it wus inevitable. KtlicV oivnnnriN, "who that w-i worth itnylhiny would IhlnV of himself!" would have boon a confirmation of his pur pose had any been needed. None wa, however J and yet and yct-Ohl Clod, it was very hard I "MydarlliiRl Jly d.ullna !" ho kept say ing to lilrin If, as lie sat with his face hid den in the fulded arms gu.the table, "Mv beaut...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 20 April 1877

nU$ of gMwtlstoij. 17.7i nmOCRlT, UTAH Or TUB NORTH ANUCOLU l.iikiI weekly, every Friday mornin n'i M iJnUKl OOLVMIHA COUNT' im year. Alter tho oiplrotiono B.r..l :nt. To subscribers I I r I luujr iiiui mult, lib ftnolwh,7twin!lfttf6r UssqiilifJeLrLt, Stow relltj pe)or,e urtivo Inseitlons, ll.rs. IhlielLsti Hons, ll.oo, srAcn. 1. sw. im. ex. If,- onelncli J.ro M.uo tl.ui jure HO.t? Twolucuc s.co mo Mfl .io it.o" Hirec IncbcB. . .. c. u T.Ol Jen li.no is.fi" Pour Inches. . .".on lion line H.oi Mi Oimrter column. ...lew H.oo n.on i.m w.o" Half column . . .Ifl.ou Is.oo so.oo Jo.no moo one column iu.uo .eo 40.00 o.ou loo.to yearly sdiertrsements payable njiarteriy. Trie slent advertisements must be paid lor below Inserted except micro parties hatonccounts. l.eg.d advertisements two dollars per Inch tor thren Insertions, and at Hint rale lor additional Insertion without refi'tence to length. Uieeutor's, Administrator's nnd Auditor's noil tm three dollars. Translator Local notices, twenty...

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