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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 February 1867
: ' ' I TI i ll I v V V editors. I JrTfi EB " Z:T T"' 1 fctoC.oTi ; ;.e;b- ng K.ambfi'w' 1 authoti"l O4o'" - .-..I . .,...., harf . Lot "Viibe -f our ix wiiliiiii nv one K.'. 7 a w-orfc winout compensation wc mate the 1T will tend a copy of the Democrat fiAR for one year, free of charge to ,V?pn irko eenda us the names of five j9criFer3, and ten dollars. The Bub 3 need not all be at one post office. ' J arrangement "will enable noy active ji to eecure a copy of the Democrat "tc, free of cost, by a little exertion. neighborhood where five or f ih could not be got in o few brrespon- of the "reDre- 'Jrj0Q,Ximerican people, ". ' .r . . .t ' fiodxtr. abroad, are bit- A ae 4bo Jerers of the I ." tenderers of the Tresi- 7 ayV-r r QfJ q f , ho fro letter, having been call- - to J.fiby Secretary Seward, has 'VaaojJcrod his resignation 1 ' Who -' fer iea before of an Abolitionist rcsign ' $Cuic, talesa it was to step into a better one? Who Lincoln was elected these peo ;!e rushed m to Washing...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 February 1867
1 AGRICTJLTUKAL, Hot Beds Mow 3iade. Farmer, like other people, are fond of early vegetables. But it is too generally the cae, that they neglect to raise them. Peo ple in the city will have the earliest to he ob tained and arewilllng to pay exoilifant pi :c for them. Fanucrs could rai.e, even in the hot Led, the earliest vegetables, at very little cot The hot bed requires attention early in the season, "when there is bat little other work mi hand, and conavjucritly could be attended to about as well as not We propose to :n form our readers how they are made. Selection of Ground. -The ground upon which a hot bed should be made, should iaver' southerly or southeasterly inchna . tion. It should be fully closed to the sun auJnt of "the shade of trees, building, See. A dry place is preferaUe whero water v UI .not stand in pita one or two fect in depth, after a rain. , Tlie Frame aild &.-Thef.an.c or bo, which supports the nth is generally about four and a half or five feet wide, and ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 February 1867
) 3 T7 r DEMOCRAT ANDSTAR. LOCAL DEPARTMEN X'. B LOOM. S BURG Wednesday, Feb- 13, 1867. vb will think our readers for all local occur- rncri in their immediate, local ities- If they oo not desire to rita communication for the public. eye, let them seed OS a brief statement of everything of 'interest in their respective communities. Alistef Marriages, deaths. accidents, fires. removals, busi ness changer, etc. V w ill put them in Ipr.n . The more fuels of this kind we can get the belter it will suit us and cm readers. Who will do it ? To ArvtBTiness. IVr.ns wishing ad vertisements Inserted, must hand-them in e nrly on Tuesday morn ing, to insuni their insertion for that fck. ST A petition has been presented to the Lesiolattire t0 rase tic f prcme Court Judges tcf $$000. " fca? John K. Girtou is selling at his Gro cery, in this place, first-rate cheese, Splen did Ciico Trout, and many other excellent articles in his line. it - - JCS" The Agriculturist for the present month has Lecn re...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 February 1867
nn rr H TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY- Two Dollars per Aunum in Advance. JACOBT & SHCaiAN Publishers. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1867. r ..! VOL. L NO- 52. VOL. XXX- i " AND STAR OF MB A OGRAT H V J1-LJJ V . -4. 5 - mm,'ff 1 J v i i J? OFFICERS OF COL.LJIIIIA CO. Fresident Judge Hon. William Elwell. Associate J udges-- pT Ilerbein. Proth'y an J Ok of Courts J esse Coleman. Register and Recorder John G. Freeze. Regist ( Allen Mann, Commissioners John F. Fowler, I Montgomery Cole. Sheriff Samuel Snyder. Treasurer John J. Stiles. 1 Daniel Snyder, L. B Rupert, John P. IIannon. "Commissioner's Clerk Wpi. Krickbaum. Commissioner's Attorney E. II. Little. Mercantile Appraiser Capt. Geo. W. Utt. County Surveyor Isaac A. Dewitt. . District Attorney Milton M. Traugh. Coroner Will am J. Ikeler. County Superintendent Chas. G. Barkley, Assessor Internal Revenue K. F. Clark. . f John Thomas, Assistant Assessor S. i. I'lemcr, J. II. Ikeler, J. S. Woods. Collec...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 February 1867
MAT & STAR, isCWfWjr t ft T&&i BLOQISBCRG, WEDAESDAY, FEB. 20, 1867. ' S. M. PTTBitoiLfc& C- 37 Tark Row Sew Vork r duly autlioried tosolieit and receive subscrip tions andadveriisS far lh" Democrat. -ir, pub lished at Blconmburg, Columbia county, Ia, Democratic Slate Convention. Th Democratic State Committee, at its meeting, on January 20th, at Hariisburg, adopted the following resolutions : 1st That the recnlar Convention of the party, tor nominating a ranmui iB iu i ' . . ill.il f . .K.irrr Alt Knnreme Herw-h. be Iieia at nan 5. y'cIOCKiU., ami ttjaisaiuv.uiivv.. posed of the usual nam ber or awrgai 2nd. In addition thereto U is recommend ed to the Democracy of Pennsylvania to forthwith elect, in the usual inannor, Uo delegates, cf recognized position aud mflu Strain the party,, for each IlonresentaUve and Senator in their respective district who FhaU meet in Mass Convention, at , Harris burg, on a davto be fixed by the Chairman of the State Central Committee - By...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 February 1867
7 1 I X S.ffSiSrrtTSSarT DEMOClt AT AND STAK. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. BLOOMSBURG : Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1S67. - W e wj't thank our renders for r.ll local ccrtir re nccs in their immediate localities. If they no not decirn to write a communication for lle public eye, let them send us a brief statement of everything of in tertst in their respective communities. A list nf mnrri-ces, deaths, accidents, fire, removal a, busi ness changes, &e. We will put them in form . The mora fact of this kind we can gut the better it will uit Of and our readers. Who will do it f To ADVkRTtsnts. Pcrs ns wishing advertisements inserted, must hand them in early on Tuesday morn i On to insure their insertion for that wee'. Sf if John Snyder, of Mifiliii Township, soM his farm, a short titue mikd, to Michael (5 over, for the tuur sum of $0000 00. Tho roads in tlii.-i section arc protty pofl. Tlic fnt is rapidly coining out of the ground, and an early Spring is anticipated. . 3 Bus your jroods of lho.se lncrcl...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 February 1867
f f k u-r -j- if' - -Ai-- . ...... . .. -SS1-, f..'r" - ? ? ? V F ' """V. '. , 1 I AGRICULTURAL. ''luscle and -"Machinery -Hits great oljeotion to farming hitherto Ms been "lard woii." Farm labor is done v-oo much by h. -in. I What manufacturer of y present day could succccil with only such 1 ? The liuman drudsc'of the farm would rise piir?V;aNy ami InfeHectually in hi? c:!I ing. Farmeii ennnot afford to Ik; niathines when thinking powor rules the worl'I. They must use machinery, and harness cither Vn, ti or hor?e power to their car. V-T muft ever be the common motor i f ;as it id within the reach of all. 1..(t the firmer can mow and (h, tlireh and grind, -aw ynpj crush rot.. It i V CV '5 those did who lived $fx higher, taxes are Tf- '.ercial values rising A t - flirt rast O i,muft anst-iu." ;) , f.,r,Tirr will "0 llllder. . ll.-a Pvrr become properly .,ue farmer has got work to do. .astbc stopped, time economized, ',Kvm1 social elevat;on must be "C,.;, .... . t..t, , Vr ciisf nirif...