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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 9 June 1866

- 85 he Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, h runtniiEti r.vcnv sAtumnv, i Uloomstmrg, Columbia Countri ! TKHMS. 'Two Dollars n year, In advance. If not paid In Mvnhce, Two Hollars and I'lfly Conti. AiMrcwtgU letter to .ditouoR ir. Moonc, ftlltnr of tlio CoU'.miiian, llloomsbttrg, Columbia County, I'n, Zm) of gdvcrliiiinQ. One 8qii!irr,one hr tlitrri Insertion SI M I'jirll nllhitHMlt Invrllini lens tllMI llllltl II. ' Ono B'llinro olio munlli 2 Ofl Td " " 3fl Hirco " " 6(0 l-'onr " " (1 W llnlf column " .I0 fO Ono column " I5 w lixi'i'iitor'H iukI AdinlnlMiutor'iiNolk-iK t ti Auditor' Notice S M ndltorlnl Notices twenty cents per lint1.' Oilier ndvertlscmcnts Inserted According to pe dal contract. VOL. 1. NO. 0. BLOOMS BURG, SATURDAY, JUNK 9, J8()(5. PRICK FIVE CENTS. f A IIEALTIL nv tmwAtin coatk I'isKxnr. I rir.t. tHU cup to one undo up Of loveliness alone, A woman, of licr gentlo sex , The Fceinlni; paragon; To whom tlio better element Anil kindly tar liavo Klurn A form ho f.ilr, ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 9 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUJLIG, SATtJllDAY, JUNE 0, J 866. u (Mumbmu, oi:oiun: n. mooui:, uniToit. llI.OOMHltUllO, SATl'UPAY, Jt'.NT, P, THE COLORADO BILL. Tim veto of this liltt, on the llftcrnili ultimo, by President Johnson, will ren der proper notluo of somo points eon Jiccted with the proposed orpin 1 ait Ion of Colonulo Into u State. 'I'lie reasons Riven by the President for withholding his signature from the hill nro cogent, nml sufficient to Justify his notion ; but thoro uro other facts und considerations besldo those noticed In his message which ought to bo mentioned, mid some of the points mndu by hint may be am plified and enlarged for purposes of popular debate. I. An act was passed by Congress, and Approved March first, 1801, authoriz ing the people of Colorado Territory, nt n certain time and under certain legal regulations, to elect members of a con vention to form a State constitution for themselves, and upon Its adoption In a regular manner tho President was au thoriz...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 9 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOM SJ3TJHG, SATUItDAY, JUNE 9, 186(3. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE, ' NVlI.i.IAM L. Maddocic A Co., duu Cra In lino groceries, No. 115 South Third Street (opposite iho Glnml Dunk), Pliilnilelnlilit. We nro pleased to nolit-o tlio superior convcynnco furnished travellers by Mr. Glrton. As a regular lino of transfer from tho depot, Rupert, and other point.-, I Ilia Vehicle cannot be surpassed In this section, and indeed, few In the cities "will compare favorably. As an enter "prising business man, It Is especially our duty to cnll tho attention of our renders to.lilm. "WiJ publish In another column u no tice of ft meeting of the stockholders of Iho llloomsburg Literary Institute, to be held In the a rand Jury Boom, on Saturday, the sixteenth Instant, to select n location for tho Institute buildings'. Professor Henry Carver has been olect fcd principal of tho Institute. Tho su perior ability of tills gentleman for tho position to which he lurs been chosen Is well known by paren...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 9 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUI1G, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1866. LABOR'S WAll SONG. . 11V CIIAHt.M O. llAU-l.Si:. til1, bicthri-n, lipl Tlio world li hul Ho Unit iwi some would make, II, Althounh wo tilt i Mlibliorn lot, Tim ploimli of lull can break It ', Anil wheat n sen of ntnts'r froth Whlto npple-blooin nml blushing ehci rics, "Wilt noon rcphu-o tho thistle, growth Ami bitter bramble-berries, l'or lire's n field, n Koodly Held, Where skill niul Iohr endeavor Can lmiliii 1 lui linircn llilci ncss All l-Mcii boner fnruvcr. Whenever Ilrason bids you rh, Ho prompt nml tlrin In follow ; Ne'er build a bouo on Ako's snow Trmlltlim Is but hollow, Willi eyes tliat never shun Hie Unlit, Even tlioiicli It show your past mlsi-hiiliecs, Hide down tlm phantom brood of ululit Willi I l oops of pallanl fancies. l'or life's ii Ilahl, rt stubborn fluid, Where hope nml flesh endeavor Cim overcome the hosts of Cam I'orcvcr unit foiovcr. Should Borrow hem you In upon Homo blenk nml lonely inimiitulu, Ne'er Blub...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 16 June 1866

Swrins of gulvcvitoiiuj. One Square, ono or three Insertions $ o 1'jieh Mibsiiltciit lnsiltloti lis tlmti Ihlilun. M OnoHnniireotic ninntli 2 ) Two " " n 10 Three " " ft ri Knur " " II l Ilnlf minimi " loin (IIIC Collllllll " 11 Ol llxeclttor's ii l ul Atliiillilitrnlnr'H Not let k .1 (') Auditor's Notices 2 W IVIllorlnl Notice twenty cents icr line Oilier ndvertlsenicnt" Insetted according to "I'D- rini contract. AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, s rem.tstua) KVEiir hatoiuuVi ift JIlooittibHrfr, Columbia County, PiW nmia, Two Dollars ft ycnr, In advance. If not jnl J In advance, Two Dollar ntnl Fifty tVuli, Address nil letters to dEonai: h. mooiu:. Kdltor Of tllO Col.t'.MIIIAtf, niootmburg, Columbia County, Va, ..to VOL. I.-NO. BLOOMSBUEG, SATURDAY, JUNE JO, 1800. JtICE FIVE CENTS. hc (Jolumbinn, lie TITE OLD VAGnANT. WfiAliY nml nlil, hero lit nu die Here, In tilts Ultrh I rum lint how. "" llc'n itrtltiltt'1 tlio pining crowd mny cry; t do not Mnnt ttictr jilly now! ''Th mi, snvo when, with...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 16 June 1866

6 mrwrmtmf THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUKG, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, J 866. Sfto (ifdumlriim. tiKomii: ii. moohi:, r.iimitt. JitiOOMSIItmU, HATUUDAY, JUNK 1, WW. GENERAL PRESS DESPATCHES. From Washington. A Nr.w 'oiiKi:iiirthoniiinoorCrtnip bell liiis Just given t(i Hid world smite .piccr revelations concerning the testi mony lately adduced liy the .ludlclury Committee or the I lou.-i tending to im Louisiana, for the part taken by Iiini in Confederate States, unless we except tno til.. Into rcbo service. Mr. Poiissenu Ktiuo oi j eimessee, .pm.. .c.i i c cci once occupied tl.o eminent position or '"Xo uCoiiinioiliiroliitlioUHltcd.Slnto.sNnvy. ,llL,nt (( n Ktuto constitution has hud the REP011T OF THE ItECONSTRUC- TION COM.MITEE. Tin: Joint Committee on Itoconstrtte- s'lncllnn ill' tilt ticnlilc. All t 10 SO-Cllll I'd legislation of State conventions mid Legislatures bus been hud unilertlionilli turv dictation. Jf tin- President nmy, ut his will mid nndor hi-! own authority, THE FENIANS AND THE d...

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 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BL00MSBU11G, SATURDAY, JUNE IC, 1S6G. V LOOAL INTELLIGENOE. ITni: red weevil linsitirulo Ita aiipcar- mieo In the wheat In tills vicinity. 'Matthkw "SVynkoop has received Itlio appointment of Collector of Stuto fijtul County taxes for this town-hlii. William L. Haddock & Co., tleal- Km in ilnet;rocerteH, No. Ho South Tlilril Street ( onpo-itto tho Uirartl Rank), ll'lilladcliihla. Tin: stockholders of tho llloonHljiii'jr Il.tternry liutitute meet this afternoon at four o'clock, to decide upon n site for the building. Vi: have been rcouc.stcd to nnuonnco filittlmt on Saturday, tho twenty-tiiird fn Jipitnnt, at threo and a half o'clock im., glio pews of tlujp Ocrumn lteforineil KUIiureh nro to bo rented. ';i In our ndvertlilng columns wc nub ft linh anotlco of thoCoinnils.-iioneMof tho - County Poor lloiiio for jiropoialH for a ' .'.fiunt, and for tho erection of bulldlnga MK-ctwiiry to tin intsitution of this kind. S. U. llown's Circus i.s announced to fftppear here...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 16 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, i860. FEMALE FAITH. Htm loved yon when the sunny light Of bliss wns on your brow; That bliss has sunk In Sorrow's night, Ami yet sho loves you now, Sho loved yon when your Joyous torn? Tnught every lieurl to thrill I Thu sweetness of that tongue Is gone, And yet kIic loves ou still. Sho loved you when you proudly f tcpt The gayest of the guy 1 Tlmt prldo tho hllght of time hits swept, Unlike her love, uwuy. Blip loved you when your home mid heart Of Fortune's smile could lioustj Sho u tlmt smile ilecny lcpai t And then she loved you most. AGRICULTURAL. Beet ftilgnr In 1-Vnucc null flcrinniiy. Although tho manufacture of beet sugar was first estnbllslii'tl in Francf, yet tlio fact that tho bpet yielded Migur wns first ascertained by Mtirffrnlr, n Prussian, In 1717. Hut no practical Rood was accomplished by him. Twen-ty-flvo years afterward aniitlier cliemist or Herlin, Arcliard, renewed tbTS Inves tigation of tlio subject, under tho en c...

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 June 1866

hc flfohtmblan, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, is i-uumhikd tVKnv satciiuay, is llloomiburK, Columtiln Count)') l'n. TUtlMS. Two Hollars rv year, In iwlvancc. If not jmlil In Mvancc, Two Dollars and l'irty Cents. AMr-i all li-tlcM to anoitar. it. mooiu:, Kdltor of tlie Cot.fMHlAN, lllonnistnirf, Columbia Comity, l'a. OVER THE RIVER. Hvr.n the river they bccl-nn to me, I,ovct ones wlio'vc crossed to tlic further nldii; The. clcani nf their stio-vy rnlos I sec, Hut tliclr voices aro lost In the itasliltig tide There's one with rhmlcts of sunny roM, And eye the renoctlon of Heaven's own blue Hp crossed In the twIllRlit, Bray mid cold, And the jmln mist hid him from mortal view; Wo. saw not the nnneln who met dim there Tlin unto of thn elty wn could not see Over the river, over the river, My brother tnti(U waiting to w elcome mo, bver thn river the bontmnn pale Carried another thn household el; Iter brown curls waved In the Kentlo Kalo Darling Minnie) I sec her yet. Bhe crossed on dor tiosom h...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 23 June 1866

oKoitm: ii. moohi:, i:onoii. 111.00M811U1UJ, HATOHDAY, .11112 SI, lSUtl. THE TRIAL OP JEFF. POSTPONED. DAVIS Tun trial of the arch traitor. Jefferson Davis, has been postponed. It Is assort ed tluit our renegade United Stnlcs Sen ator, Edgar Cowttn, has engineered this movement, his object being to avoid cur rying tht load of odium which his ueqtilt tnl will ontnlt on the " Johnson party1' In thoensulngolectlon. It now looks to us as though It was the deliberate. purposu or tho President to let the Uebel elder es cape trial and pitnMimcnt altogether. Tho Rebel sympathizers who now sup Krttho President demand this or Mr. Johnson. It Is only In aeeord with tho "policy" that no inws should ho passed Ty Congress without tlrst admitting rep resentatives from tho Southern States to participate in Its deliberations. This postponement of the trial of Dnvla Is an evidence, wo repeat, that President Johnson Is conniving at the arrangements for his ultimate escape from punishment. Of course it...

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 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, I860. i' LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. William L, MAunoctt it Co., deal ers in ilno Ki'oceriiM, No. llGSoutli 'l'lilul Shout (optiosllo llio Girurtl Hank), PJiIliulelphlii. i' ON Inst Tuesitrty llio wentlicr wna so told Unit lno-l of our people wen? eon 5 fltrnlncil (o build fires lit their fitting rooms tuid places of business. Otllt fcllow-i'tlzcn, J. A. Erasmus, 1 J.I IIUIKIIILT HI MM UV I'llll'llll 111 II1U IMIIIUHIU formerly occupied by Jnrnb Jlctr. as n ' tinsliop, preparatory lo opening it iw a grocery and general variety store. Tun Town Hull U fast approaching ' coinpletion. It In n necesMiry addition ' to tlio public urcoiiiiuotliitioiiH of the town, and will no doubt bo tin; nicanx tif bringing to its projector ample re Vard. Tun Itev. M. Miotics, of Siiiilmry, will t-S-l! .... il 1. !....! ..I- ,H..... uuuvur u lucium tin mu nun uci n i i'iii- perance, at the Methodist Church, in 'tlilo place, on Thursday evening next, Julio twenty-eig...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 23 June 1866

IMMWtrWtW" THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSB U.RG, SATURDAY. JUNE 9", J8(l(). JUNE. Ht Wlll.UAM CUI.LES nnVANT, Tltr.nr, through the long, lonR Hummer hours Tho golden light should lie, Anil thick young herbs unci group of flowers Ktntid In their Iwtuly by. The, oriole should build nml tell Ills lovctnle, closo bcnldu my cell) Tho Itilcbuttcrlly Should rent him there, nllil tlicro lie hoard Tlio houscwlfe-bco nnd humming-bird. Anil what, If cheerful shouls, nt noon, Come, from tlio vlllngi! sent, Or ongs of maldi, beneath the moon, With fairy lnuglitcr blent? Anil what If, In the evening light, lletrothod lovers walk In lnht Of my low monument? I would tho lovely scene nround Might know no sadder sight nor Round. I know, 1 know I should not nee The season's glorious show, Nor would Its brightness shine for me, Nor Its wild music How J Hut If, nround my pluco of sleep, Tlio friends I love should eonie to ween, They mlRht not haste to go. Hoft nlrs, nnd song, nml light, nml bloom, Hhould keep Ih...

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 June 1866

SPItc (Jotumbiair, STcnn!, oj; gulviTltoimj. (fiefiuaie, one or UirtMIHerlloimA.it il M fated Mllpi'in lit luv rtlon tort thmi thirteen. .VI luii'Miiniuuiio mouth 'J in Twn ". " am 'Hi nil " " ........ .1 m I'oiir " " Imt. . il w Half e'oltimn " Ioki One minimi " I"'1" II.Mi'iilnr'n mid .ilnilnltintor'H Nolleo,,r. .1 ti AiuliliH'rt Notice 4 W J'dlloilnl Nolle n Iwihty rents per line. Oilier nd el IheiiKhls lUKcrUdiucuutliiit tUM' ilaleonliuet. is I'tmuHiten Kvnnt hatuhday, lit BtoonnlmrR, Columbia Comity, l'n tppn TlnUrtl-H ft VMr. Ilk narntiee. If lint, nfiM'Iti diionaii it. Mooiti!, hlltor of tlio Oomimiua:, tllooiusburt;, Columbia County, lto, VOL. I.-NO. 9. BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, J0NJ3 30, JSGU I'lUCH FIVE CENTS. UPHE COMING IN OP THE "MER- MAIDEN." IIV J RAH iscir.U)W. tTilR moon In bloaehed m vrhlt m wool, Ami Just dropping under! iT.very slnr In gono Imt thrco, And tlioy kaiiR wldo asunder riieru's n nea-gho-t All In gray, A tail abnpo of wonder. s Tr i , I am not mil Isded wi...

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 June 1866

tan JIUIJ II. MOOlti:, KDITOK. hloomhiiuiki, hatuhday, .juni; no, ism. THE MESHOPPEN POST-OFFICE. Wi: have boon furnished by u gentle man of Wyoming County with the facts In relation to i recent case of post-otlleo appointment In Unit county, which nro as follows: Captain l'hllo Jr. Burr, n young mnn of twenty-four years of uge, and a gal lant soldier of the war, has been unpoint ed, postmaster at Meshoppcn, u town ten miles above Tunkhunnouk, upon the east bank of the river. Captain Burr enlisted us a private, without boun ty, early In the war, In Company B, Fifty-second Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, lie served his term of threo years, when he re-enllsted, and continued to servo until honorably dis charged, on the twelfth of July, 1805, nftcr the close of the war. in tins mean time ho had risen, by merit and gallant service, from the position of private, through succeslvo grades of promotion, to the rank of captain, to which ho was appointed on tho first of Juno, 1805, When tho...

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 June 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJllG, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1866. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. Tun Atlantic Monthly nutl Young 1'olks for July hnvu been received. WILLIAM L. MADDOCK &. Co., tlenl era In flue groceries', Xo. 115. South Third Htrcct (opposite tlio Glriml Uunk), Plilltulelpliln. Tar. Country Gentleman, is nn njjrl culturnl pit pur of superior merit, mid Hhouhl bo taken by all who wlsti to keep thoroughly posted In agricultural mattery. At n meeting held yesterday of tho board of CoiiiiuIs1oiht.s fortliepureliii.se of a farm for tho erection of a Poor House, It was unanimously resolved that tho purchase of said farm bo and Is hereby postponed for tho present. We have received copies or tho CSaU uxy, an Illustrated t-oini-nioiitlily maga zine, front tho commencement of Its publication. Its contents are of a supe rior order of merit. Ve shall give It a more extended notice in our next. In commemoration of tho Fourth of July the stores In this place will bo closed. This is a day of remembr...

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 June 1866

SnE HATH FALLEN. (). Iiof rlialn ot llfo Is rust, On licr spirit's wlm; Is dust, She liml let Hie. spoiler In, She, hath mated her with Sin, She. linth open'd wide the door, Crlnio hath passed llio threshold o'er. Wherefore litis she. Bono astray 1 Stood Temptation In her way, "Wltli Us eyes so BlIttcrlnE bright, Clothed In angel robes of light I Oh I her story soon Is told t Onco n lamb within tho fold, HtruiiRcr voices lured her thence, In her trusting Innocence. Wool she had not strength lo keep With tho Shepherd of the Sheep, l-'cir tlio lleeeo so spotless whlto Thenco Iwcaino tho huo of night, And sho stood 111 her despair Ulentlna for tho Shepherd's enre. Woo that none might lead her Wis From the bloodhounds on her track ! llunacr prowled about her p.ith With n wild hyena wrath, Pcom ennto lcaptlm from Its lair Willi dcllant Kiowl nild stnrc, 4, And sho crappled, alt In vain, With thofaiiitsof Wniit and l'alu: Itopo and Merry shiil tho giito Oil this heart so Uesolato, Bo sho ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 July 1866

SJhc dfojumbtan, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, 11 ruiit.tiunu Kvunv sATt'rthAVi ix DlooiniburR, ColnhllliH Comity, Piil t::um.i. Two Dollar ft year, In lulrnncc If not pitld In t dvnnoc, Two Dollars mid rifty Ueiits. Addrtst all letter 1o uiiotiofi Hi Moont:, ftiltot of llio Ccai'slntA, lllddnisOllrgi Columbia County, J'n. L - , RELEASED. JIT IIIN, WHITNEV. A mttms low-celled room, l'our walls Whosa blank shut out nil clso of life, Ami crowded close within their bound A world of jiiln, nnd toll, nmt Btrlff. Her world. Hcarcn furthermore hc knew Of Ood'is p-cat globe, that wondrouily Outrollt n Rlory of Kreeii enrlh, And frames It with tho reatlvu tea. v i, Tour closer wnlli of common plnci Ami t)ereln lieth, cold nnd still, The vQn);.vltlesh tlmt long hntu homo Its patient mystery of 111, ? irl -.11 iv ! Jtcgnrdlcss nov,of,vi',ork to ln, , . No queen, mnrij ciy-otcfis In Mr Jtate ; ' Hands crossed In lliplr,uiibrovni calm j Tor other hands tho worlt may wall', p i , , 'i r J'ljit.tiy.hor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 July 1866

THE SUItc Gfolttmbinii tiuoncu: n. Mooiti!, i:ut roit. i)t.ooMyi!t'iia, PATi'itnAY, ji't.Y -, im " THAT LETTER." lli.ooM.iiauii, Mnrth 2, 1?C1. JTon. irun?i .VftilforA.&TiTfO-j of the Tmt"tiri Hill, I lnclooyoiHieiiyir iny lUu tlilt uo U. I lmo llkuwlroiulari-pl nrpy lotlu-rrpMpiit. You will Rie Hull ttiecluugn tliat I nm oM'u-ilng film Is fulso. If I nm Mistnluml ! j-nuvclf iiml tlio 1'rcM (lent; If tho tintrunnijo fount Inkrii from us nml Uen to tliosp who nno vi, ire ulintl lie nblo lo iiinkir our lsorons Union orpinljillon n null nnd TIllUMfltANTf.V SI'STAIN Till! AllMINISTUA- Tlotf, IleRpcclfully, 1'Al.r.MoN .ToitN, AwMiirTlilrlccntli District IViin-lvnnl.i. Tlio above letter appears in the lust number of tlio Jlepublicun. It wa, the reader will observo by Its date, written to tho Secretary of tlio Treasury long after tlio veto of tlio Frccdman's Bu reau Dill, and subsequent to the Presi dent's celebrated speech of tho twenty second of February. Thospecch ns well as tho vet...

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 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1866. 1 " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FOKEIQN ITEMS. WtrATuKontolminn wild to thoijdltor TltlJ MUno imiiiT bolloVM Hint Lord of IhoJtcpuMicmt" You'ro imlu.moii.'' Alfred Churchill will bo tlio now Gov T , ..... ITIlOr 01 .JtllllllR'H. YVII.I.IA.M U. ..UAiMruciv w V.H., urn i era In flno groceries, No. 11 ' South Third Notice lm heen olllclnlly kIvcm Unit Htreet (opposite the U Irani Hank), ' "" MilladoWiIu. " homo from ll.o l nclllf. . ... ,, J II lll.li rmiuiiisii itovm vt uio 11.11 Oou neighbor of thoiff)Wmlmsn .,, ,,..,, i.,.,,.. ,iiivi.il l.v ivmvlnn jHisblou for liiilulgliig In (luotutlons from tvejii-cilrttl.- olf tho 1'l.dto River. Wcrlpturo. Slmkespenre, whom ho 1m ftv ,,,,,,...,,,, , ,. ..., nlso fond of quoting, must have ha. our rtniiiltunoou.ly Issuel formal contemporary In , hi "i"t' eyo when ,,w,nnili01l, of wnr ,w,,-1Ht Alwtr!n. noiiuiiiiuuuiuiuiiumiiKi , , f . .. ., ''Tho DoyllcntiBcrlpture for 1,1s purponmiotpi ! , , - An tvll ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 7 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUUG, SATURDAY, JULY 7 I860. IN THE HAMMOCK. 11V llMK tMlltVi How lh Mars, ulilnn nut nt sen I Nwlngino.Tlhi! l'ntcr,nltll I'm hang-bird In her nest, All with corn-let blossoms di est, HwlnghiK w here tlin wind blow her, Ah! how while tln moonllnht falls. Catch my slipper! Ihcie It rocs, Wheio that xltifito flre-My shines, Tangled In the hciivy vines, Creeping hy Iho convent walls. Ay do nil I In hen mm I Ju.nia, takes Iho veil to-day, flic hears macs Imliltid n prate, Willo for mo tell lovers wnlt At tho door till mass Is done. Bh Inn me, Tltnl Seven nio lull, Two nre crooked, rich, mid old, lint the other he's Ii mnll! Did you beam pebble fall? And hi hhle eyes nre too cold, Jf I were n little nun, When 1 lienrit that voice below, 1 should scnle tho eonvent wall; 1 should follow nt hi mil, Bhudilerlns throiiRh Iho dreadful snow, Tltnl Tltnl hold me Mill! Now Iho vesper licit It rinsing, llrllig llio rjulek my hends nuil veil, Yes, I know my eheek Is pnle And m...

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