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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 May 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COI NTY, J3 A. BB0CKWAY& EWELL.Edltort. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday, May an, 18 77. TIIK JAlIi dllKSTIOS. In another column ol the Coi.UMiiAN,we give theclearanil emphatic opinion of Judge Elwell (concurred In by his associates,) on the much debated Jail question. His language as to the rights and duties of the Commissioners Is so plain that"tbo way far ing man though a fool need not err there in." We have not charged that the majority of the Comunsioners who favored the Wetzel scheme acted from corrupt motives. "To err is human," and even Commissioners may make tniitalct. Hut as thclrepresentativcs of the people, elected by them to act as their ajentj In the management of County affairs, due caution should havo been exercised, as well us proper deliberation.for the Commissioners are but the servants ot the people who elected them. Men who forget this principle fre quently come to grief. Hut the majority of the Commissioners having dis...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 May 1877

THE COLUMBIAN. ii i, o o m s ii u n n, r i! i ii a y, m a v 55 1 s Itnll Hu.td time Tnlilc. LACKAWANNA &. HL00MSI1UIM llAIMtOAI) SOUTH. Accommodation Train, Mall Train . Express Train , noxtii, . M3 A.M. I.3S A. M , 1.M P.M. .M r. M, CATAWISSA RAIL HOAD. NOmn. 7.52 A.M. 4.49 P. Jl n.t: a. m socrn T.BT P. M, 11,33 A.M. Accommodation Train ,' A.M. llegular Express 4.04 P, M, Throngh cars on Kxprcss train cither to New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation truln runs between Catawissa and Wllllamsport. llaMaru1 limestone Is nt a discount since Judge Elwcll's recent decision. It U reported thai Jacob Ycagcr, who keeps the store at Slabtown, is lying dangerously sick with small pox. There will be a Gringo picnic atOrangoville, on Friday, June lt, next. Victor E. l'iolctl, ilaiter of Pennsylvania State Grange will do liver the aildrcm. The public are invited. Dr. T. I.. Gmwold, Principal of the Nor mal School, hai been seriously ill for several days past, but wo learn that he is now rec...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 May 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA. t Humorous. "U the sun n bubble ?"nsks an cxcbauge. Let tis soap nut. Gen, Sevenyearilcli would lie the ninn to bring the Itiiulani tip to the scratch, - A Mr. Lmigloo, ofCohoe, lias boon ill. vorcetl from his wife, Wo don't wonder ho Agricultural. Every yenr lncrcaM the size of thu circus in well ns tha sighs of thoto who cannot nf fonl to Attend. Prof, l'roctor says the earth Is growing larger. Wo are glad to hear it, for real es tate has shrunk fearfully in the past three years. How to bay Shingles. . Every farmer ehould guard against having loo many roofs to support about his farmery, because If they be covered with shingles It cmls much to keep them proof against water. Do not buy low priced Inferior shingles, under the Impression that they nro cheap, for in tho end you will find them very dear. It costs as much to lay them and sometimes moro than it docs to put on good ones. Tho best shingles In tho end will al ways ...

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

THE COLUMBIAN, OI'OUDIA DSIIOCBiT, mnorTHK NORTU ANDCOLOM BIAN CONSOMDATRD.) Issued weekly, every l'rlday morning, nt IlLOOMHUUltd, CUIAJMUIA COUNTY, PA. two dollars per j oar, payable In advnnco, or during the year. Alter tho expiration of the sear U.B) will bo ohargotl. To subscribers out of tho county tue terms tiro f 1 per year, strictly In advnnco - il It not pilil In advnnco and M.oilf pnymeut bo delayed bo mid tho year. No mpor discontinued, except at tho option of tho pibltlshers, until all arrearages urn paid, but Ion? continued credits after tho expiration ot tho nrat year will not bo Riven. All papen sent out of tliostato or to distant post offices must bo paid for In advanco, unloss a responsible- person In Columbia county assumes to pay tho subscription duo on demand. l'OSTAUK Is no longer exacted from subscribers In he county. JOB FRUSTTIKTCa-- Tno .Tobblr.y Department ot tho Columbian W vcr complete, and our J b Printing will compute favora y with that ot tho larffo c...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOORAT.BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COL NTY, PA. mwlmu B80SSWAY& ELWELL, Editors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday. Juno 1, 18 77. ms.UTi:criux. 1'hcro is troublo ahead for Mr. Itulbcrforil It. Hayes, Wo print clsowhero a letter from Senator Morion, written In tho crisp, forci ble stylo of that eminent partisan, which is remarkable for tho contradictions It con tain. Mr. Morton is decidedly disgruntled by matter political ami gives his opinion concerning Southern alfairs with exceeding frankness. He professes In believe that the Republicans Hre entitled to tlio Governments of Louisiana and South Carolina, and that they were forced to yield to "an armed mi nority." Holding these views, be supports the claims of Kellogg as United States Sen ator and will doubtless work for his admis sion. Hut he believes In tho patriotism and high' Integrity of Mr. Hayes nevertheless, and Implies that he will not oppose Mm. Whether he thinks that advocating the ad mission of Kellogg, who stands ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. THE COLUMBIAN. it i, o o ai n n u n ii.t it i i a v, .t if s k i, is IU1I Itorul Time TaMc. LACKAWANNA M.OOM9llUlm 1t Alt. IlOAI) SOUTH, 7.M A.M. 4,11 1'. M Accommodation Train, Mull Train Express Tram NOIltll. . cm a.m. T.8S A. M , 1X0 1'. M. 0.6o V. M. 11.67 A. M CATAWISSA HAIL llOAI). Accommodation Train .ss A. M. T,BT P. M. llcgular Express 4.(0 1. M. 11,33 A. M. Through cars on Express train cither t o New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Citnwlssa and Wllllamsport. Kx-Shcriir McOliee, of Clinton county was taken to llio D.uivllto lnano Asylum last week. Tlioo wretched nuisances, the currant worms, liavo mailo llielr nppenranco and liegun opera tions. ornn havo also appeared on goose lierry luilies. In bolli caaos llio leaven aro completely stripped off ami of course lliero can bo no fruit. Candidates. Tin: nitri. Front Ilrown lias removed Ids Insurance of- fico from tlio Exchange Hotel to tlio s...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA. Miscellaneous Tlio Tump's Mistake. One of our Danbury Inwyen was In Ms iiflice Saturday remling the potttlcal nows from Cincinnati, when n visitor entered, The new comer wm a cadaverous person In dilapidated attlro. "Well, what do yon want?" Inquired the legal gent, In a testy lone. "I would like to borrow a quarter of you to get something to eat," said the visitor, In a sepulchral voice. "1'vo got no money to throw nwny on tramps." "Tramps 1" exclaimed tha stranger, In dignantly. 'I ain't no tramp. Perhaps you do not kuorv who I am 1" "Jfo, I don't, and I don't care." j "You don't care, eh? Lot me tell you, sir, ttiat tho party you address Is not tho party you think you addrcis." "AU I" said tho lawyer, derisively. ''No, sir," said tho stranger, "I am the man," he added, drawing himself up with Impressive dignity, "who first nominated IJayes for tho Presidency." Tho words were scarcely out of his mouth when be became awa...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, OMHfnlAMItlOCIUT, STAR OF THE north andcoi.cm MAN CONH01.iniTP.ll.) issued weekly, every Friday morning, nt 1!I,(J0.M9IIU1UI, CO LUMHIA COUNT?, PA, two noMjABs per year, payable In adrnncc.or during thfljear. After the expiration or thejear tl.M will be oharfmd.- To stibicrltierg out At Iho county tue term ai'd $J per year, strictly In advance 11 it It not p.iut In ivJvaneo aud tJ.o-j It payment Ijo delayed bo ond tlio year. Nil paper discontinued, except nt tho option ot the pumilsiicrs, until ull arrearages ore paid, but long contlnuod crrdIM nfusr the expiration ot the tint year will not be (riven All papers sent out ot the state- or to distant post onices must bo paid tor In advance, unless a respon sible person In Columbia county assumes to pay tlio subscription due on demand. I'OSTAd B Is no longer exacted from subscribers In ho county. job miisrTiisra-. Tno .tobbltg Department of the Colombian Is ver complete, and our .1 li Printing will compare favora y Willi ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEM()CRAT,BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. Hit flimufiiau. MOCKWAt &ELWELL, Editors. r.moTisiunia, pa. id ay. .Fun n H. 1H 7 7. To thoso of our colomporarlcs who are so strongly pressing tho claims of lion. Wil liam 1'. Sclicll for nomlnnlion ns Auditor General, we would suggest an examination of his record ns Senator on tlio sale of tlio public works. It was n rascally scheme, and lie, at n late moment, beeamo its defender. HUES tIAIlr'IKLII ME? Tlio New York S'im recently published tho following letter Irom Mr. Hayes to Gen eral Garfield on tlio Ohio Senatorshlp, which at the time it was written was declared to havo led to tho retirement of Garfield and tho election of Stanley Matthew. For rea sons best known to those interested in the welfare of Mr. Haycs,thls letter has not been siiirercd, until now, to see tho light. Exr.ctrrm: Maxsiox, V.sitINOTO.N, 1). C, March IS, 1S77. My Dear General: In accordance with your wili I put in writing what I expressed to y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 June 1877

1 THE COLUMBIAN. Uli 0 0 MR I! mid, FIUIlAT, JUKI! , 18 77. Kali Iloait Tlmo Talilc. LACKAWANNA 4: BLOOMSllUlttl HAIL IIOAt) NOBTII. gOUTIt. Accommodation Train MS A.M. 7.52 A.M. Mall Train 7.89 A. M 4.49 p. M Express Train ., 1.60 1'. M. 11.67 A. M " " (Uo p. M. CATAWISSA HAlIi ROAD. N0KTI1. SOUTH Accommodation Train us A. M. 7,37 P. M. liogul.ir Express 4.(ki P.m. 11,113 A.M. Tlirongli cars on Express train cither to Sow York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Outawlssa and Wllllamsport. Constables' sale tiill'.and nil kinds of justices' blanks for sale at this office. Judging from tlio profusion of blossoms on tbo cherry trees there will be an abundant crop of this fruit. W. K. Buckingham, editor of the Altoona Mirror h visiting his father Key. N. S. Buck ingham, presiding elder of the M. K. Church. Strawberries of exceedingly good quality have made their appearance. They will be abun dant this season and, we trust, cheap. A severe hat! storm passed over Greenwood ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOM SBURG, COLUMBIA COL NT Y, PA. Agricultural. feeling Young Calves. A tvs liavp srpn, I'rfili mill: ii tlio lirnt food for tlio young calf, mid tlio most natu ral tiiclhod of taking It Is for the calf to draw It from tlio nddcr of lb mother. Hut thcro aro many considerations that come in to prevent this natural method among the r.00,000 dairymen In the United States. This natural method is only practicable among I ho breeders of pure-blooded and high-priced stock; and if such breeder of high blood is located In a dairying district whero milk Is valuable, It is quite unnecessary that he should feed new milk longer than two months. After that period tho calf may bo fed upon tho skim milk and linseed or ilax seed gruel, with an excellent chance of grow ine; a prize animal. Iu two months the calf win havo made an cxcel'cnt start and be ready for the modified diet. And If tho calf Is to bo taught to drink, It is better to do this when ten days or two weeks...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, OLCUnlA DEMOCnAT, STAnOKTIIF. NORTH AMICOLDJl biam cONaounATim.) Issued vekly, every Friday morning, nt III.OOM8HUIIU, UOI.U.MIilA COUNTY, PA, two poixaiis por 1it payable In advance, or rlurlntf thnyenr. After tlio expiration ot tlioycar lino win bo charged. To subscribers out ot tlio county the terms arc l per year, strictly In advanco -U.il It not paid In ndvanco nnd J3.0U It payment bo delayed bo ond tlio year. No paper discontinued, except nttho option ot the nublllshers, until all nrrearagus nro paid, but long contliuiid credits ntler tlio expiration ot the lirst year will not bo Riven. All papers sent out ot thostato or to distant post offices mint bo paid tor In advance, unless a rcspon Bllilo person In Columbia county assumos to pay the subscription duo on demand. l'OSTAili: Is no longer exacted from subscribers In he county. job K.xisrTinsra-. Tnc Jobbing Department of tho Coumiuan Is ver complete, and our . I li Printing tvlllcomparo tavora y with that ot t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMO0RAT,BL()OMSBURG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. IllfttUffttitlf. SnOCKWAYii LWELL,Eillers. BLOOMSHURG, PA. Fvirlny, Juno 15. 18 7 7. THE DBMUCKATIC I.KAOEIIS. 'i'hn Manhattan Club of New York gave a rcu'ptlon.lapt Tuesday cvcnlng,to ox-Govcr-nor Tildeu and cx-Hovcrnor Hendricks mi 'he- icc:iiiin nl tho departure of tho latter ir Europe. Mont of the jt m i i in-11 1 Drum ctaU ill" tlio city mid Hlatc were present, in chilling Governor ltoliiii"nii ami LU-ui. Gov ernor DoiKhcimcr. Mr. Tililon' and Mr. Uendriok'.s fpccelics wo K'vo In anotlior col unm, and urgo upon our renders tlio ndvla billly of perusing them. Sjifcchc were also made by Gov. llobinsnn and Mr. Dorshcl mcr, nnd lliey are remarkable for the vigor ous and manly tono which pervades llicm. All of them speak in strong terms of tho renting of Hayes In tho Presidential chair alter hli overwhelming defeat at the polls. Tills limy be taken as tho keynote of the campaign of 1SS0, Tho great injustice per petrated up...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN. II 1 (I (t M S II II It (I, V II I I) A V, .1 II N K If,, I s 77 Cull Komi Time Table. LACKAWANNA llU)OMSllt'I!(l l!AI!,l!OAI) NOHTlt. SOUTH. Accommodation Train, (US A.M. 7.62 A.M. Mall Train 7.34 A. M 4.49 P. M Express Train .. P. M. 11.67 A. M " " o.rsi P. M. UATAWISSA UAII. ROAD. NORTH. (OCTII 7,S7 I'.M. Accommodation Train c,2i A.M. Regular Express 4.00 I'. M. 11,33 A.M. Through cars on Express train either to New Yotk or Philadelphia. Accommoilatlon train runs between rtitawlssa and Wllllainiport. Tlic county officer to lie voted for llils l'ull are District Attorney, Surveyor, Auditor ami Coroner Tlio junior editor Is aljent at Scr.mlon tliis weil: ntlcniliiig tlie Diocesan lonvciilloii of llie Episcopal cliurcli. A man naiiieil Jolm Collier was Mllcel at Aelilaml, last Thursday, by a fall of rock in tlio tunnel of tlic mine. Mr. Jolm Cole of tills township, ehot an Hi gle lafit week, which measured seven feet froth tip to tip of the wings. Jlenlon M'uUg. The r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. ' Agricultural. Ilrccilliis Yoiinj ('lild.cns. Young chlcfcewisliotild nutlio kcptwttti tlio fow!, but arrangements should bo ninilo for their accommodation elsewhere, as It Is for many reajons much better to havo them kept out oftho rango of tlio otil fowls. A stilta. bio location should bo chosen, at n distance not too Inconvenient from tho bouse, where tlio hens with their young brood? should bo cocped. The edga of n field or meadow may nnswcr tho purpose, or the orchard or lawn, or even tho kitchen garden U a good plnce whllo tho chicks nro quite young. When a few weeks eld, they may bo removed to 0110 or another of tho first mentioned locations. At such places they can bavo a good, clear range, and can bo fed and cared for much more satisfactorily than where n lot of old fowls or half grown clucks ro constantly on tho lookout for the frequent feedings served to the little ones. It is sometimes well, in order to avoid t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, OMJMBU DEMOCRAT, STAR Of TUB NORTH AND COLOU HUNCOISOI.IPATII).) Issued weekly, overy l'rlday morning, nl M.OOMSIIUI.U, COIAIMIIIA COUNT?, I'A. Two tion.ARi per jcar, payable In advance, or during tho your, Aflertho explrntlon ot llioyrar fl.W will bo charged. To HUbscrlbcrn out ot lhe county tho terms are H pur your, strictly In ndvanco j j 'H It not paid In advaneu ana U.wi l( puyiutnt tie dolaycd bey onil the year. No paper dlsoontlnuod, except at the option ot tho puMlfslicrs, untllnll arrearages nro paid, but long continued credits atler the expiration ot the rirst year will not bo Riven, AlUpapern sent out. ot the State or to distant post orr.ccs must bo paid for In advance, unless n resign' nlblo person In Columbia county assumes to pay lhe. subscription duo on demand, I'OSTAUB Is no longer exacted from subscrlbersln ho county. JOB Tho Jobbing Department ot tho Columbian Is ver complete, and our J b Printing will compare favora y wfttithatof the largo elites. A...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. IIP- ELWELL, Editors BLOOMSBUKG, PA. Friday. Juno QQ, 187 7. Tho execution of the four murderer in Mnuch Chunk, took place on Thursday morning, nnd wcro concluded nt 10.13, nnd tlmt or Lcnilian In Wilkes Barro nt 10.33. Four of tlie executions In Pottsvillc have taken place nt tho tlmo wo" go to press. No disturbances nro rcporlo.l. TUB WAIt. Reports from tho neat ol war continue vague and unsatisfactory, in fact grow more no, as the campaign ndvauccs. Tho scrutlng of letters aad dispatches is mora vigor ous than ever, and what is permitted to be published is nearly if not qulto worthless. On tho Danube and in Asia .Minor no en gagements worthy of mention have taken place. In Montenegro tho operations are be coming lively. The Turkish forces number fully "0,000 and fighting is ot daily occur rence. There is a report that In an engage ment on Saturday between 10,000 Turks and 3,000 Moutenegrims the former were defeated nnd ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN. IH.OO.MRllUItd.rnlllAV, JU.NL 21, 18 7! Rail Roml Tlmo TftMc LACKAWANNA i. Bt-OOMSlimiCI KAIL IIOAI) NOnTII. Accommodation Train, 6.45 A.M. Matt Train 7.33 A. M express Tralii 1.M 1', M. " " CM P. M. CATAWIHSA ItAir, IIOAD. NORTH. BOOTH. 7.5a A. M. 4.4J P. M 11.67 A. M south Accommodation Train o,ss A. M. 7.3T 1'. M. llcgular Express 4.(0 I'. M. 11,33 A. M. Throwjh cam on Express train either to New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Outawlssa and YVUIInmsport. Mrs. Ua8ctt, of Danville, who cut her throat on Sunday week, died last Monday. Times must begetting had Indeed, for tramps have taken to stealing the hats and coats from scarecrows. Poor tailoring establishments. After the first of next month you can catch black bass that is to say you can legally fish for them and you can also shoot wood-cock if they are to bo found and hit. A yearling fawn was chased by a small dog Into tho town of Ilughcsville, Lycoming conn ty, ono day last week, was cap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUBG, COLUMBIA COL NTT, PA. Agricultural. ' Killing W'ectU. So long us eight mllllnit toni nf useless weedi ara raised annually liy the fanners of !ho ITnltFil rMato, wo cannot urgo too frc ipicntly tho means for their destruction. It Is not merely liccatiso tho sumo amount of vegeUiblo growth In useful crops would pro duce sixty million dollars, but for tho con stant hindrances which tlicy oiler to neat inn bit miry, their Injury to young crops, and their seeds spoiling tho nalo of otherwise marketable products, that they should not be perm Hied to present such formidable, drawbacks to xood farming. It Is now well understood that tho true way to clear out annual weeds from tho soil, Is by stirring it over and over through tho slimmer, just often enough to break tho sprouts and kill tho young plants at they are coming to tlio surface; and that perennial veed, and more particularly those that, spread by tho roots, tiro most easily and ef fectually de...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 June 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, OLUM8IA DEMOCRAT, STAB OfTHS NORtU ANDCOLOK SIANCONSOLIDATKD.) timed weekly i every Friday morning, nt HLOOMSHUIUI, COlAlMHIA COUNT? , I'A. two hollars par jour, payable in advance, or nurlnst thnyoar. Aflcrtho explratlonof thejcnr U60 will bo charged. To subscribers out ot tho rDiinty tho terms nro J per year, strict ly In ndvaneo not palil In advance and twi It payment Ijo (i tayed beyond tho Jen r. Nil paper lUscondnued, except at tho option of tho nubllf'tiera, until all arrearages nro paid, but long Ljntlnufd credits after tho expiration ot tho tlret year will not lio liven. All'.papcr.s sent out of tliostalo or to distant post orr.ies must bo paid tor In advance, unless a respon plbln person In Columbia county assumes to pay tho subscription duo on demand. rosTAili: 13 no longer exacted from subscrlbersln ho county. JOB FDRI3STTI2SrGr-. Tho .fobbing Department of the CotCMBiAslsver complete, and our J 1) Printing will compare farora v with that ot tho largo citi...

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