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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. id SSI- BROCK WAY i ELWELL, Editors. J3LOOMSBURCJ, PA. TIIR FISH SUPPLY. We havo ficnucntty railed tho nltcntlon of tho public to tho fact thnt tilinrolielii;r taken from tho Susquehanna in many ways tlmt nro furbiddcd by law. Tho statute or tho State on tli.it subject lias been published in thc.c columns, and wo liavo dona all in our power to prevent tho wholosalo destruction of tho r pecics with whhh tho stream was Mocked several years ago. It is a fact tlia , there aro many fino black bass in the river, it is also a fact that tha stream is using fished to (bath, and unless sotncthiiiK is done, it will bo but a short time beforo the Susipieliaiiii.i will tie as harrcu ol'thco lish as it is of shad. There is rc.-iMiii iu nil things, and it would 1m but fair that everybody should liavo a chance at tho fih that were placed in tho water at tho public expense. As it is, a few aro enjoying the benefit. Vidi are beine; taken out...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 September 1877

1 Hi ( l() I. I ft I K I A AM " " " w " 111,0 0 M S II tt It fl, I'll I HAT, SEPT. J, Knll Komi Time Table. LACKAWANNA flLOOMSDUllfl BAIL ItOAD N0HT1I. SOOTH, Accommodation Train, 0.45 A.M. Mall Train T.as A. M Express Train l.no 1', M. " " 0.6(1 f. M. CATAWLSSA ItAll. ItOAD. NOIITII. Accommodation Train 0.2s A.M. Regular Express , 4.00 v. M. T.MA.M. i; n 11.67 A. M SOOTH T.RT 1". M. 11,83 A. JI, Throngh cars on Express train cither to New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between Uatawlssa and Wllltamsport. 'lO OUlt DhUTOKS. It Is lint at nil tilc.iSml In l.n onn.tfintW nil. ling on those who owe u, to pay. up, but it is ' an absolute necessity, iouhavo received no lico after notice to which you have paid no at tention whatever, and it therefore becomes our duty to inform you that on the 1st of October many of you will owe in for two years subscription, at our advertised rates $2.60 a year when not paid during the year, or S3.00. To all thoe who pay tip before October ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COL NTY, PA. Miscellaneous. Tlio Old Fisherman's ''Hoys." Very (soon n man came down to the wlmrf with a crnh-nel. This Is a hoop cllhf r of Iron or wood, weighted to nmWo lUlnl;, with n small net attached under the hoop. Somo bait Is fastened In the middle of tho net, and the whole is lowered to the bottom by a rope. Tho net is occasionally hauled up, and sometime? there Is a crab In It and some, times there is not. "I knowed a boy once," said the old fish ermati, "who came down here, one day, with two crab-nets and a basket of bait. In each of his nets ho put a big piece nf beef and two or three good-sized fish.. Ho lowered his two nets and tied the ropes to the wharf, and he spent the afternoon first pullln' up ono net and then tho other. I was a mending a sail, and I kept my eye on him. llo caught ono crab that whole afternoon. 'Now" look here,' says I to him, 'another time you'd a great sight better eat your bait and let the crab...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, lUMOU 1EM0CR4T STAB OP TUB NOHTIl AND COLtJM MANCW.OI.IIUTItll.) Isitiod weekly, every I'rlday morning, nt II, MMStll'UO, COLl 1IUIA I'OUNT? I'A. two uollam per year, Wabiu In advance, or rtnriuir thn your. After tho expiration of thovonr M will charged. To subscribers out of iiiii ' lh 'rnmirofliwrvoar.'dNellylnadvaiiPa i Ir not i . .1 In iul am u ami Rou it p lyniu nt bo L lycillK. Ulld the enr, N p..i i ilhi'ontluucd, except at tho option o( tho punilUu'ra, until all arrearages nro paid, tint lonir continued credits nftcr tho iixplratlou or tlio Hrst ycnrwlllnnuioglvon. ,ll pipers win out of tlio Htalo or to dhtnnt post 01 "snniMliu paid for In adranee, unless a rrsiion. tii.nr ikt' in In Columbia county nssumes toi'ny Iho BUtnrrlptlon duo on demand. l'Oil AuK Is no longer exacted from subscribers In tlio county, JOB 3?JRT1SrTX2rar. ftto .lobbing Department of tlio Columbian Is very complete, and our .1 u l'rlnllng will eomnnro favora hh with that of tho largo titl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOM SBUEG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. t irif c VAN IjXB"W" 3vrXJE.3DBEi. BB0CKWAY& EOTEI.L,Edltors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. 5 4i II el 111! 11 II juaritrDA 1 an while's iiouse J I 1 S3 y i! i ,jji8 ..' ... ' " -Vwu OU!"S""0" BLighi Street" !i i g I On Sunday inornine last tho dead body of John Van Liew was found on the Urate' Friday, S o p 1. 1-1 . 18 77. SHALL I'ltiSONKItS STAKVK. .Tolm W. Hoffman, ShcrilT of Columbia counlv presented a petition to tho 0 rami Jury last week, scttini; forth that ho win (Mowed but twe nty-fivo cents a day for tho board of Prisoners in Iho jail, that there aro ten men now in confinement, for whoso board ho re ceives seventeen dollars and fifty cents n week. He is obliged to employ two servants to wait on them, at ,n cost of four dollars a week, and board, which cstiuiatod at tho low price of two dollars a week each, Icucs him ninu dollars and a half for tho support of ten men. The petition further pet forth that he was unable to fu...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 September 1877

I r v A. THE COLUMBIAN. I'l.OOMHlltUMI, I'lllltAY, SIll'T.ll, 1g;7 Kail Itoad Timo TaUo. LACKAWANNA & BLOO.MSllUWI HAIL ItOAl) KoiiTn. , C.45 A.M. T.33 A, M Ufl l'.M. CM 1'. M. POCTtl. T.62 A.M. 4.M I'. M 1I.MA..M Accommodation Train,,,., Mall Train..... express Train CATAWIbMA ItAlI. ItOAD. NOHTH. Accommoilatlon Train o.is A.M. ltoirular Express 4.04 l'.M. P0CTI! T.nT r. m. 11,83 A.M. "i! nJfViT0? ExPrelln"l'eft0 New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between UatnwIssanndWIlllnnuport. TO OUU DhUTOltS. It Is not (it all pleasant to be con'tantly cal ling on llioso who owe u, to pay up, but It is an nbsoluto necessity. You havo received no tice after notice to which you havo paid no at tention whatever, and It therefore becomes our duty to Infurm you that on the 1st of October many of you will owo us for two years subscription, at our advertised rates $2.50 a year when not paid during the year, or $5.00. To nil those who pay up before October 1st wo will make a de duc...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA. Miscellaneous.- Clinrlle llosi, Whrn qiieslionnl, on WednceJay lat, ru In (ho probslillltles or llio hoy found at Spriiigfield, Ohio, bclnj; liis son Charlie, Mr, Christian K. Uom replied, tnosl emphat ically : "There's nothing in It at all," aud then went on to say that lie had advUcd the parties having the boy In charge not to bring him to rhlludelphla. In spile of this nd monition Mr. Terry llcchlel, who was In strumental In having the boy arrested, start cd on Friday evening from Springfield, ac companied by Sheriff Collin, In whose cus tody the child had been placed by llio Pro bate Court, and the boy himself. A tele gram preceded tho party, and, In conse quence, at 10 o'clock on Saturday evening there was a multitude of people, gathered at the Berks street depot. When the train ar rived, over the Lehigh Valley ltoad, there was n grand rush to get a glimpse of tho lit" lie fcltDw, and when tho party landed they were ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, CUUHBIlDSMOOnAT, STAB OP THB XORTU ASD WlBU BIAJ COXSOUDATED.) H9Uet weekly, every rrlday morning, At BLUOMSnUlW, COLUMDIA COUNl'f , FA. two dollar) per year, fayacio in advance, or during thnyoar. After tno oxpiratton ot tliaycar .MM will be chanted. To subscribers flurot the county the terms aro l per year, Mtrlctlyln advanco t j il It not paid In advance and 3.ou It payment bo delayodbo ond the year. No paper discontinued, except at the option of the nubllwhera, until all arrearages are paid, but lone continual credit nttcr the expiration of the nrst year will not be given All papers sent out of thoHtato or to distant post offices must be paid for In advance unless a rospon Bible person In Columbia county assumes to pay tho subscription duo on demand. POSTAOK is no longer exacted from subscribers In tho county. JOB IPIRXIXrTIIXrGk The .lobbies Department of tho Columbian Is very eomplcto, ami our J b Printing will comparo fnvora. lilv with that, of (ho largo elites...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COL NTY, PA. iff ilaMiira. US , 8BQCKWAY& ELWBLL, Editors. BLOOiMSBURG, PA. Friday, S o p t. 21, 18 7 7 . Those of our subscribers who have paid nothing since October 1st 1876, nro hereby notified that unless they jiny up before October let 1877, they will bo charged $2.50 a year and the account will be collected by process of law. If costs are made no one can com plain of want of notice. "Wo have gt&ted frequently before that this paper is not published for fun,and thoso who do not expect to pay for it, had better stop their subscrip tion at once. Unpaid notes will also be collected soon. Costs and trouble will be saved by a prompt settlement, This is our last no tice. Tho position or judge is thai to which most lawyers aspire after years of servico nt the bar. It is not often that they aro seen tie seendinj; from the bench to voluntarily under Jake the drudgery of a less dignified posi tion. Judge Thayer Is au exception. It ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 September 1877

THE COLOMBIAN. m, o o ii s mi it (i. Fit i day, siii'T.ai, is;j nail Komi Time TnMeT LACKAWANNA 4 DLOOMsnUlttl RAir.ltOAI) NORTH. 6.4S A.M. 7.S9 A. M , 1.B0 1. M. 0.68 P. If, SOUTH. 7.52 A.M. Accommodation1 Train,. Mall Train Express Train 4. 49 P. M 11.6T A. At CATAWJSSA RAIL IIOAD, north. Accommodation Train e.is a. M. SOOTH t,8T P, M. Regular Express 4.00 p. M. 11.S3A.M. Through cars on Express train cither to New York or Philadelphia, Accommodation train runs between Catawissa and Wllllamsport. The BloOmsburtr 99 Cent Storo surely closes this Week, Saturday Night. Seo I, W, llartman's advertisement other column. . . Tho motion for a new trial In the Kramer case will ho argued on the 27th lnt. Mrs. J. II. Harman of Rupert is rapidly re covering from her recent severe Illness. (lo to the Opera Home to-night and have a good laugh. Tickets for salo at O. A. Clark's. The punfiali scaion has opened, and largo quantities are being caught around the mouth of the creek. Wanted. A load of...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA. VAN LIEWMURDER. CORONER'S INQUEST. CONllNtlEI) HlOJI LAST WEEK. Lennota Van Liew. Am n. daughter of John Van Llew ; did Hto with roy mother ; was home on Saturday last In daytime. Fath er wm home then part of tho time; last saw him alivo between 5 and 0 p. m., Saturday J saw him ttart at this time towards Johnson's; dlil not know whether ho was going farther than next houso or not) next houso was Johnson's. I left home almost dark Satur day p. m. and went to my brother Aletn's and stayed there alt night. Saw no trouble between my mother and father on Saturday. At my brother's houso was Mr. White aud brother Charles ; George was not there; my brother Altm came homo something after ten; his wife camo with him ; Charles came in between 0 and 10 ; he said he had been to Iowa ; he went to bed a few minutes after ho came in; my brother Alem and wlfo aud myself all went to bed shortly after they came ; I heard no firing of guns S...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, UJLOMBIa DKHOOR1T, MAR Of THE NORTH 1NDCOLCM BIAM CONSOLIDATED.) Issued weekly, every Friday mornlnff, at llLOOMSHUUU, COLUMBIA. COUNTY, l'A, Tiro dollars per year, fmyaUo in adranco, or durlDir tun your. Alter the expiration ol tho rear tin) will bo chargod. To subscribers out ot the county tuo toritu nre $1 per year, ".trlctly In adraneo i ii II not pit J In advance and 3.oj It payment bo lel.iyod bo ond tno year. No pipir discontinued, except at tuo option of Iho nuMlfmcrs, until nil urrearaircs are paid, but Ions continued credits alter tbo expiration of Hie nrsi year will not bo irtven All papers Bent out of tlioHtato or to distant post otr.oes must bo paid tor In advance, unless a rcspon Bible portion In Columbia county assumes to pay tho subscription due on demand, rosTAtm Is no longer exacted from subscribers In the county, job D?ni3sra?i3sra-. Tuo Jobbing Department of the Colomiiian Is very Complete, nnit our J b Printing will compare favora Mr wltntliatof t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COINTT, PA. - f is mwuu BB0CKWAY& ELWELL.EiUors. BLOOMSBURG, PA. Friday, Sopt.Q8.1877 HAYES AND TIIR SOUTH. Tt Is n pertinent fact Hint since tlio Demo crats have resumed control In tho Southern States there lia-t not beeu a whimper about "outtngen"in that section It proves either that tho alleged outrages were mwufActured by the carpet-baggers for political purposes, or that they were utterly Incompetent to govern. As a matter of fact there is at present more peace and better order than in many of tho ltepub1can Siatcs North. Primarily this is due to the Democratic ascendancy in the Southern States, but the result is also large ly due to the adoption by Hayes of tho Democratic platform and policy as regard! Southern nihil. Hayes knew that he was not elected President, and hu dared not ily in the i'ueo of the half million majority re ceived by Titden j therefore in order to sr euro popular support lie wtu obliged to Abandon the tr...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN. ii i, o ii r 11 n 11 n, r it i ii ay, hi:i't.ss, isj; IUII Uo.nl Time Tabic. LAOKAWANKA Ji IlLOOMSHUltO ItAlLllOAD NOKTII. SOUTH. Accommodation Train, 6.43 A. M. 7.6J A. M. Mall Train 7.89 A, M 4.49 1', M Express Train 1.60 P. M. 11.61 A. M " " 0.6(1 r. m. CATAW1SSA HAIL KOA1). xoarn. poem Accommodation Train e,s a. M. 7,37 r. jr. ltcgular Express 4.M 1 M. 11,33 A. M. Through cars on Express train cither to Now York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between CMtawlua and Wllllamsport. Dont forget to get ready for tho Fair, wilt be a big show. It Look over tlio Premium list ami see whether you have anything that will talto a prize. Harry Faux, tbo predesirinti has announced that ho will bo present at our County Fair. Our advcrtl-enient for kindling wood has been answered. No more wanted at present. Now bring on your potatoes. We will like thirty bushels on subscription at tho market price. The residence of D.iviil Armstrong, near New Columbia, was destroyed by f...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 September 1877

THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT.BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. if Agricultural. WnlcrhtR lldrso.i. This auhject Is ngaln on the carpet, nnil thero aro na many view ns there nro writers us to when, hnw often nnd how much water n tiorso Is to be allowed daily. Somo tlitnlc once a tiny Is enough, omo Itwlcp, somo th rice, and gome Mint writer MimiM always tie In reach nf nliorso when in the stable I l'cople accuitomeil to use, feed and rater hnrs's soon find out ltotv to treat them, and in this treatment hnw often they should be watered dally. Thoe who only ilrivo horses and know nothing tuore about thcra, may neglect them through Ignurauco or Inatten tion, but must Understand that they should be watered threo times a day at ruular In tervals with cool water In summer, If it can bo had and a mild water In winter. Pump or spring water meets theio conditions. If driven they should not bo watered until cooled oir, and then they should be allowed as much as they can drinlr, and not driven aga...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 October 1877

CHI TUB COLUMBIAN, )MJUQIAIBMOCIUT, ST AH OP TUB NORTU AXDC0I.UM ItlAN OnlMOI.WATSD.) t -iicil wi i-My, ovcry Friday morning, at 111. IVlSIlt 111), UOLlTMIIIA COUNT?; l'A. two dollar per year, Jii) ami- In ndrnncn, or i tin-i ear. After the eviration ot tlm icnr III Oil i iiurif (I. To suiisirllKrs out of' tin ,i mi u-rm-iuv i -r virtr, u-lril, in ii'l-. iuko u It not putd la advauee aim M.u If puj incut bo i edbo "ml I lie ear. , ii:l i tr ill-iimilnii('d, except at tuioptlon of the illlsuers, illliu .ill til manures urn pillil, out, 0ll itui" l fli-r tlio Dxpinttlou of Hie ntsl ill p ipi r-s.'iii nut or uioNtalo or to distant post 01 . must no paid tor In advance, unless n respon n p: m in In OiiimDhi county assumes to pui tlia siiiiwrlptloti iliio on dt-innnd, posTMiEls no longer exacted from subscribers In tUo county. J" -)T3 p-RTTNTTXaxrCK i '.it' ''. .finiMi' if t'f Cni.rMituN In ver it i iiiii.iur.i h lrlhting wtti ciitupmc faiorn i,i i i, i r i lit! ltd -. All nuiK Un.e cm ,...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 October 1877

' 'Ml THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BlhOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COINTY, PA. I " m BB0CKWAY& K,WSl,E41lon. BLOOMSBUIIG, PA. Fclay. Oct. 5. 1877. STANDING COMMITTKK. lieavr-r-lsaac Kllngerman. liPDllill M. P'CdltL r Berwick-Samuel chamberlain. lilooiu K. David Lowcnberg. iiloom W. Jeff. Vandersltce. llrlarereek-A. BXYoop. i atvvlisa-Win. L. Eyerly. Cntralla-Tnomas (lenity. centre -11. A. Frederick. "invngham N. Nell Lrnthan. O nrnghsm 8. John Monroe. - islilnircreek 0) rus Bobbin Franklin laeob Knlttle. (Iroenwood Isaac 1). Illicit. Hemlock N. IV Moore. Jackson Wm. Young. Locust Danlol Morris. Madison W. It. Demott. Main Nathan Miller. Mifflin Doct. Montgomery. Montour Jackson Walter. MU ripasant-o. w. Jacoby. orange Usual II. Ent. Pine Inhn lor. llonrlngcreek-J. B. Winger.' ?cou Jan James Lake Sugarloaf Albert Cole. DIOEST (IP ELECTION LAWS. Pollt open at 7 a. m. and close at 7 ). m. WHO CAN VOTE. i Every malo citiien twenty-one years of age possessing the following qualifications shall b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 October 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, iii.noMNnttna, rniDAY, oct. 5, is;;. Rail Road Time Table. LACKAWANNA ft DLOOMSDUItd HAIL ItOAD NORTii. onin. Accommodation Train, 0.45 A.M. Mall Train WA.M Express Train 1.C0 1'. M. e.u r. m. CATAW18SA RAIL ROAD. H0HTIT. Accommodation Train ,S8 A. M. Ilcnular Express 4.M) r. M. I. 59 A. 11, 4.4S r. M II. 61 A. M 0CTIt t,i r. m, 11,13 A.M. Throngh cars on Express train either to New York or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs bctwcn Catawissa and Wllllamsport. $1.00 buys 6 gallons of Brilliant White Coai Oil at Ilendersiiott's. Head D, Lowcnbcrg'B new advertisement on tlie fourth page. Pay your subicrlptton next neck when you come to the Fair. T. J. Vanderslicc, , has hung out n new sign at his oflico on tlio corner of Main and Centre streets. P. A. Creaky is constantly improving his property. Ills store building has just been painted and penciled. J. K. Hittenbendcr has removed his printing office to Evans' block. A neat new Bign tells where ho may bo found. The W...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 5 October 1877

THE COLUMBIAN ANJJ DEMOCRAT, B OOMSBUKG, C0LUMB1 A COUNTY," PA. Humorous Son; 6t (lio IJakcr "I KneiulTheo Every Hour," Tlio fitst nolo of .the eong li ftougli. i i The Vmphie thinks Prof. Halt wouldn't hnvo found that now moon K Mara hadn't aatelllto out for liliri. Alt well regulated drinking natooni have a back entrance fur the convenience of their temperance customers. , it I slngul ioit early In life a cliilil gains the reputation nt resembling the rich est and best looking relations. It It said br a fashion journal that the (all .stylo of .bonnet will exhibit nil sorts of Iiugs and lusects not Inside, of course. Ond of. our newspaper friends says that "if 'the gab were mueeied out of somo tray ding agenta there would be nothing left of them but their feet and shirt collars." An Interesting question for discussion by our rural debating societies during tho com Ing winter is the following : "Who cat the most chickens, preachers or owls?" "Not Proven." Minister. "Don't you know I...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 12 October 1877

THE COLUMBIAN, 0 JLtJMSli DSVOCnlT, ST A II Or TBI NORTH AMD COLCH BUM CONSOLlOiTID.) Issued Weekly, every Friday morning, at llLOUMHUUIt O, UOLltMUIA COUNTY, I'A. Tiro dollars per Tear, Juiyatno In advance or (taring tun year. Alter tire expiration ot the year U.M will bo charged. To subscribers out ot the county the terras are ta per year, strictly In adrnnce j 14 It not paid In ndvanco anil ja.oj It payment bo delayed bo ond tlio year. No paper discontinued, except at tho option of the liublltsucrs, until all arrearages are paid, but Ion? .onllnuort credits atler tho expiration ot tho first year will not bo Riven. All papers sent out ot tho Htato or to distant post omces must bo paid tor In advance, unlosa a respon sible person In Columbia county assumes to pay tho anbscrlptlon duo on demand, l-osTAUK Is no longer exacted trom subscribers In tho county, JOB PRINTTHnTG. The .fobbing liepartment of tho Columbian Is very complete, and our .1 b Printing will cumparo favora. blf wltn ...

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