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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 December 1860

AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TII11 TOUGH OP TltUTII AND WAVE IT O'Elt THE DARKENED EAHTII." S2 00 PER ANNUM, VOL. 14.--NO. 89. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, I'UllLISllED EVERY SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. IS DLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA. o vTg e n tht w ftrir k fluitJiitp, opposite th Etthangt, ly mUo vf the Cuurt ltou.e, "Democratic J had Quarter t TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. Ql DO In advance, for ono cupy, for eix month. 1 73 In ulvanro, for mie copy, one ear. '2 DO If uul p.iiil u I till it thu iirrt ilircc month. J 2.1 If not pnM within first sia months, 2 50 If ma paid within tliu year, R7" No (t'tl)irriti(ni tnken for tens than six month, unit no paper diacumiuned until all arrearages iall luvu been pnij. zy Ordinary AnvnmEMKNT Inserted, nud Job Work xacufed, at tlia ubtabtiihuil urices. LITT LljAMNIE " Jlcr little fret had Just brgun ToKrny.out iloirn ami J tho rosea j Her childish volcu had Just begun Tu Hep la wonts tlio pwvvtcfct clout ; When...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. LEVI L. TATE, EditorT BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 1, 1860. fgyjnw AiuiJtTMstaq.if.mfc.-CTni ii wit, . isswiiiiwi inn Mr. J. J. UnowERi lias been clioscu School Director. , Hon. Hohace Qkeely, is expected to Lecture before tlio Young Men's Christian Association, in liloouisuurg, on Friday evening, tha 14th of December. Found Dead. Mr. Peter Crawford, ol Madison township, Columbia County, was found dead on Sabbath morning last near Jcrsoytovrn. IIo was a waa aged about eighty years. His death was sup posed to have been caused by Apoplexy. Our subscribers, wo trust, will mako us liberal payments during tho Court nest week. We need scarcely remind our friends that our expenses aro heavy and must be regularly discharged. Wo hopo they will bear this in mind, and help our financial operations, as well also, as to send us in Oats, Corn, Turkeys, Produce, etc. Our advico to ''Franklin," in tho last Columbia Demociat, is to take a little green catnep tea and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMO " iTIlrt fl1,.1, ...... il. I. !l M tintiti'ilni' .i Au luiiowiiiff are mo recemta to tho o ten ni.irin ...... , .... . , "".....,.. jUlwiiinl) miring i Tin; ullu WITH AN WCIWASMI SUITLY iiw iuumgomcry niurucrcrs in iviuisasjlinvo in anywise retarded tho influx of cuUomon in pitrau.t of cheap Qoods.to Bottle's Light Street Store, (it'orcs llrtrtmnn. Calvin CoftpTi ! Jlm Try, rilai Kruni, Capt John MoiiJ, Geo. O, Evans, rnn! J, ni, i, William i in run. $20 PO Paiu'l !titMib"niIer. 1 SO I 5i) Hirart At rm,th, l) (to a i riitikiin r-nvirnr J una 0 Oil FJLLANDWINTBROOODS.' I FRESH ARRIVAL -op wkri!' fff rn.fi was: 7 ""i1"'1"""1. ("trrn1 fur iiajl patronage, reper t. Tub AMiLOAMvno or Lasouaois. There 1 a grow Ins tendency in thli neu to nnnrmttlntn tint tnn.i . nrcsilvo word of utticr languages, and nfter a while to Incorporate them into uuruwn; thug the word Cephalic whlchls from llio (irnk, signify In? f(ir ttia head " is 1 Sfl.Maufier Hurley, - uu, nenry auoipu, I fill ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 December 1860

Slgruttliur n L SUKKP IIUSliANDHl'. At nn agricultural gathering not laug Binoo, lion. Mr. Drowu chimed that pas-, turc-lt.nda which havo becorao barren and . I overgrown with brushwood, could bo euc , ' ccssfully reclaimad by keeping sheep upon i them, lie referred to a tract of laud iu Plymouth County, Mass., which viaa form- crly SO COVCrcd With briars and r03cbu?llC3, tyf tln depth. wh-T.'on lrrecwia o.ieaui a liMlfsto A . , , . mi. n. I fy UWLLUNU UUUtiU with tlia appurtuiiau mat waa auuoit impossiuiu iu wmii ... T . ., ... . through it. Last Fall it was without n . . . . . i i briar or bush upon it, liaviog been re 1.11111 i i .i claimed solely by &hcep. iVs regards tho .. Bhcltcnng of sheep, thu samo speaker said, 1 1 ..11 it ... :.. T ho would allow them to run in and out ol t cold weather, when tho thermometer wai below zero, they would lio ou tho litter in tho yard. When it was damp or even warm, thoy would lio in tho barn. They should bo allowed to follow their own in...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 December 1860

COLUMBIA 5M0CRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. 1 LEVI L. TATE, Editor. 2 00 PER ANNUM. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOUCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTn." VOL. 14.--NO. 40. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA-, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, I860. YOL. 24. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, Tlio Anti-Fugitlvo Slave Law, of tins State. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MOHNINO, DECEMBER 8, 1660. Douglas Disunlonists. Mr. Douolas, it scorns, says the Cham burg Valley Spirit, will have some of his own warmest friends to shoot when ho en lists as fifth corporal under old Abe and goes South to put down the disunionists. It will bo remembered that Mr John For syth, who was let drop out of the Mexi can mission because he wasn't fit to be in it, came out with n flaming pronuticiametito in favor of Douolas when ho found that his hold on the administration was clean gone. It will also be remembered that ho got up a bogus Douolas organization in Alabama, which played its part at Charles ton and B...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 December 1860

COLUMBIA DIIOCRAT, LEVI L. TATE, Editor. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORUINO, DECEMDER 8, 18(0. L. ArrLEMAN. Esq , Superintendent of Common Schools for .Columbia county, is giving close attention1 to tho duties of his official station and promises to mako an efficient publie officer. Myeh's Galvenized Tens, for tbo salo of which Mr. II. J. Hunt, No. 731 Gilford Street, Philadelphia, is tho agent, will write with unusual caso and aro a very superior article. Samuel Ksonn, Esq., of Centro town ihip, on motion of John G. Freeze, Esq., was on Monday, tho 3d inst., admitted to practice at tho Bar of tho several Courts of Columbia county, and enters upon the duties of tho Legal profession with quite flattering prospects. The Teachers Instituto of Columbia County, will hold their next meeting at Orangeville, on the U4th of December. This association is doing much good in the Educational cause. AVo direct attention to notice of the Committee in another column. The Hudson' Dromehs, held a Con c...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 December 1860

COLUMBIA MMOQUT Saturday, JUcccmbcr 8, 18GO. 1U3VIEW OK THE MAHKET. conniccrr.n iremr, i oo'LovRnsccn., WHEAT. KYU Cl)KM(old) ..... t'bKVfnuiv) ... IJATH IIUUKWIIEAT , i $5 ! .u .IIUTTLH. ...... To i:o(is , .'.0 TALLOW 33 I.Alt II 5l)ll'Ul'ATOi:S,,,. Messus. Cueasv & Go's. Storo. nt LiVlit Street, is tho placo to buy cheap goods. Counterfeit $10 notes on tlio City Bank of Perth Amboy arc in circulation. l'nor. Piuce intends holding forth on ft wire, in llloomsburg ou Christinas day. Snow fell on Tuesday hit iu Blooms- burg, to tho depth of about ono inch, and I the ground is wearing a whito-coat. Majoiutv AaAiNST. It is said that tho majority against negro suffrage in the statu of Now York is 1112,000. Secretary Conn resigned his poMtiou 1 ns Secretary of tho Treasury on Satur- I day last. Ho leaves for Georgia tomor. 1 row. Col. T. Ii. Florence, of Philadelphia, who was recently cut off from a further Cougrctsioual career by his own party, has announced his intention to run for...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 December 1860

& 9 rtcult u v a 1. r , . - - . . ' AGRICULTURAL HYMN. Gre-ot God of Edeul 'twas thy hatnl Ttttt fir t clad earth Id bloom. And shed upon a toiling land Nature'! Ant rich perfume. riih from thy glance the floweri sprang, KltieJ by the ittn'a first raye TThUe plain and liill and Taller rung With life, nnd joy, and praise, God of the cloud it thy hand can open The fountains of the iky, And on the expectant thirsty crop Tour down tho rich supply. The farmer w hen eeed tlrac'a o'ci, Joye In the racicies given I Thinks on the promls'd harvest'! atert, And, amlllng, looks to heaven, Ood of (be Sheaf I to thee alone Are duo our thanks and praise When harvest's grateful labor' done, Ou plenty grad we gate. Then shall our hearts on heaven rest, Thy grace we will adore, And thank that God whose mercies Me it Oar baskets and our store. Liming followed by Sokiul, It is quite generally the case that a year or two after lime, or plaster in large quanti ties, Las been sown on land, it produces...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 15 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 14.--NO. 41. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, DY LEVI L. TATE, IN BLOOMSBURO, COLOMBIA COUNTY, PA. o vJTo E cf lAe CVarl lhati. "Democratic Head Qaarlc r." TERMS OF 8UI1SCUIPTION. 81 W In advance, for one copy, for glx months. 1 75 In tolvnnee, for one ropy, one year, 'I IX) If not pnlil witliin tho firl three months, M If notpnl.l ultliln the first nix month. 2 6U Ifnot pnlil within the year. C7" No lulwlptlon taken for I. m than tx mnnlhi, anil no paper dlicoiitinueil until all arrcurasea shall have been paiil. C7" Ordinary Anvm-ri.EMnm lnierKd.uml Jon Woaa. xecutcil, at the established prices. ANNUAL MESSAGE or THE President of the United States. Throughout the year since our last meet ing, thocountry has been eminently pros perous, in all its material interests. The general health has been excelle...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 15 December 1860

Tho explanatory amendment may b confined to tho final settlement of tho tru construction of tho Constitution ou three special points. 1. All expenses recognition of tho right o f property in slavcsiiu tho States whero it now exists or may hereafter exist. 2. '1 ho duty Of protecting tins right to nil tho common Territories throughout their lorritorial cxrstance. and until thon sli al 1 bo admitted ns States into tho Union, with ,r without slaves as their Constitution may i i- senbo. ') A liko recognition of tho r'mht of purpsd, together' with a declaration that 1 ' -vft...w ... ...-..,.. ..., all State laws impairing or defeating this right are violations of tno Constitution,aud ture consinuently null and void. It hiay bo objected that this construe tion'of tho Constitution has already been settled by tho Supremo Court of tho Uni ted Slates, and what more ought to be rcnuired I Tho answer is, that a very largo portion of tho pooplo of tho United States still contest tho correctness ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 15 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, LEVI L. TATE, EDITOU. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IS, I860. jAconSwn, Esq.. of riielpile, Sullivan county r... temporarily oj,i5 1 'c.i.nd. i.a. our Znt. for a late, London "New 1 of the World." Col. cto. vr. mimr, of iiio "mrtrt limit," (into tlio i:nSis n.MN;.,u,Ti,ir1i ,.H,v0iur, slreri. fi.iia.i.i. phla, ii an ciccllcannd'Lord and keens a model llo. tel. . . TirixKsoiix,invhas.onc,andCiiaisTMvUcomlni!, hardiiponus,and)ct,wehatc-nary TrUyl Who I. oMlo'''Tu?kIry'Tue'.t!r "n,1'""', W0" "'0 ",1U"n A cheerful countenance I.a mnut nureenl.te iloht Ira pattln.allifncllontolhoo with whom it',cninci in con. "et, inch ni la nlnn worn by rtfttlf's eiulomeri when returning from tho f.ltlu Street Cheap Store. WEhnetho Farmer ami Onrrearr. for December. publMied Philadelphia. Cul. A. M, Fpancler. IMItor nnd Publldier. nclnj the only Acrlcultnrnl work, now P'lbiiihcdin ronnsjitania, it ihouid to liberally patron. , I JWen it.nnc, nt . of luchest-r. m. v.. has ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 15 December 1860

ffliSCEU-AWEOUS. Tit AMt(MTm Or hAsnueot:. There It a fcrftvv lug tendency hr Hist uga to npprt prlnte tho tnnst ei titesslte word i of utlicr languages, ami alter a white to iticurporttU them Into our nwn ; thus the word t'cplinllc Tvhlcuts rntinltw Ufek, tiKnifyhit; " fur tha head," Is now becomhig pnpUprlied in connection with Mr. Spaldliir. great fe IU n0n bo uA InttiinrmrcnrrAl nar. and Hie word LVi,liall will I bctomaiu common n Llectmtypn and many uhf r iu whoso illsttrutlnn ns foreign worili U been vvirn away by coumiou usage uullt they aceiu " naUvt audio llu Mtuwr born," , , i . I hrdly Reallied, 1 III 'ni n 't.rrlMc 'r-ndnche this finitcrnoon.luiml I stop- ' ed into the hupotbecartes hit nd sav lit to liis inan,"cnii I yoil IK' Hie HID Ol u I'.inariUM 'umi ii uueiiu uiu, , Ufa lletceoiinigiyv say in, nana upon mat e gavo mo a Cephalic Till, hand 'pmi me ouor it cured lint so qutcs. intm army rcuuzcu i au?au an eaaacue HiAmcns: Is th favorite sign ly wlilcli nntnro make kn...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 December 1860

COLL AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOUGH OF TltUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." 82 00 PER ANNUM. . VOL. 14.m 42. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, l'unr.isirF.n in euv patuiiday, by LEVI L. TATE. IN BLOOMSEUnG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA. o f fTc e fi thi new lirfck UniMing, rppaiiti th h'tthanct, ty tide qftht tiiurt loust. " Dcmocraltt Head Quarter." TEtlMS Or HUIISCUIPTION. 61 Of) Iii mlvancy. for oiii r(ity, for nix motitlia. 1 7,1 In n'liaim'. !'r niic crijM)iio jenr. V (JO If lift p'tld within tli" hrt thm; months. - Cj If nntpoid within tho tirM ix mouths, gjl) If tint pnld within llu-ciir. ?tt7" No BiitMcrlitioii lftk'n for lea than fit tnnnth, nd no ptpcr discontinued until till arrearages shalllmvu ueen paid. dV Onltnnry Apvf.tiTiEMi-NT!tIiiBcrtfJ,Qinl JouWork ictutcit, nt tlm established nrirce. TnE TLAG OF OUR UNION. "Atom for ourbiinnirf" Tlio watchword recall Which g.ive tin! Uipijlilic Iter Matlou: "lniUd.wc tand (iivldtd wo tYI!' ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. LKVI L. TATE, : EDITOR. BLOOMSBURG, PA. A resolution was offered to supply tlio down ono Govcrumsnt and build up ano- vacancy in St. Michael's District; Agreed thcr to dctcrmlno our foreign and do- to, mcstic relations, and matters about chan" Ex-Gov. Adanis offered a resolution, glng tlio Constitution of Soulh Carolina ' inviting tlio Commissioners from Alaba- it is certain that a committee of twenty- CoLUMMA, S. C, Dec. 17. This city m) (jr Elmore,) nm, Mississippi, (Mr. ono, no matter how able, can consider is full of strangers, and the Delegates to Hooker,) to scats on tho floor of the Con- everything, I ask whether it is prudent the Stato Convention havo generally nr- VCI1ti0n, atii also to address tbo body for us to submit to tlio dictates of auy ono Tho South Carolina Convontion. THE SMALL-POX RAGING. ADJOURNMENT TO OHAELIISTON. SATURDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 23, 1860. Appointments by tlio Governor. rived. Thcro is i nrcat display of I al- lo ,,;.,. nt 7 o'cloc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 December 1860

Columbia democrat Kuirtlay, Bcccml)er 'its, 1800. "BEVIKW OP T1I13 MA11KKT. conitr.cTi:n wrxKir. Ur.vr I "Nini'H"" Imvfncw) .. l,VK-lir.AT a .( 71 tip ..... a:tl SU' i.ovnnsr.r.n.. nti'miu Kni.H fallow LAM) I'UI'ATOr.S A MBimY Christmas to all our friends lad patrons. Julian Woodward's Court, in Sulli- tin county jcorainencos on next Christmas. Crpasy & Co. offer largo inducements find crown with liljcr.il bargains, all cus- osiers who patronizo their Cheap Store in Light Street, Siir.nirr Snyder, on Monday last, conveyed William Brown, of Briarcrcok township, in this County ,to tho State Lun atic Asylum, at IlarrisLurg. Our good friend near Light Street, who one day last week in our absence, brought in a Turkey, must havo made a mistako in taking him away again, as wo never "reject the Turkey." C O L U MB AD E MO C RAT. Tlio following are tho receipts to tho office of tho CotUMniA Demociiat, during niu mourn oi novoiniicr, louu ! John II. Potter (.(orco llartlnan. t'nlvln Coope...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 December 1860

i g r i c n 1 1 n x a I. - , ' - ' Take Oaub or tiik Cuimnkys. In maiiy lioutca which nra built by tho job. ., ,, , , , J ' or in oonsiucraulc haste, tho chiumcvd nro ... , i . i i 11 npt 10 00 poorly lundo. ISot Ollly sllOUlu .11, . . . . i .i. i i i tlio bricks of winch they are built be li.tnl, ntitl laiil up in tho best of mortar, but tho ;. 1 l 1 l i , . , ,, ,, ltlSlllO BllOUlU l)U pUatercU SUlOOtU IU tUO work proccctle. mm.ij u,t ..i., ac-llt. IIII.-II VJ'WttillWU tUUil to promote a good draft, filU up the chinks between tbo courses that might otherwise ho overlooked, nud prevents, iu n great measure, the accumulation of soot on tho sides of tbo chimney. llnf wlmti frt, -Mv .iuv,U) uvui .mj v..u-, vMiiuwuji ...l i-i. a,- WUU1W ulu) iaJ " tu " of it ; otherwise tLo soot will fire upborne day, wheu one lea.t expects or desires it. Washing-days and baUng-days, if tho xoorisdryaud tho wind brwk, arc fino times to get up a conflagration. Shingles bum Well nt BUCh a time. Still, if...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 29 December 1860

i .1 1 ffl - U1U AND BL00MSBUR6 GENERAL ADVERTISES. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO IIOIiDyVND TRIM TIII1 TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." 2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 14.-NO. 43. Gennantown Telegraph" ' A Tarn!! and an Agricultural Howjparcr. ruiii,istii:i) weekly at gehmaxtown, fa. Tlio prMMit I. tin- most snitnMe ,,r,i0J l thevrnr to irut ll ' I'll. I'lr tin' (Itrmiwloien 'nlrisritph An tirtlvf p.rimi In any nittlibotlimiil, roiil.t, lul, Ir.s1 .Inv. nr at n.H IntiTynl., rnii-a I'lulilniih l.nt lull,. IhIuuIiv flu. unlit ! c..Tlnlly llif ra.c In li.cnllllcn hi-re tlij in cliimrt.'r nn.l vnlui. nf tho pnprr I, knniwi. It Hti'iulil lo always linrnu III nilmt tlmt the Tiltprnph I, tint iletnti'il In nnrty i"IWrs. rrtiitliii! Ih.liy ,turli.. '"' "I".'1'1'" "H"rts ofniirrniitn. nr linniim ri-.-Ktm ' nfany Mirli Imt inilnui-r l.itrriituri.'. n lanrm cml,.n .ition of llic ,if III- II iv. mi I ini"ri.illy to .in inr. Hi.til.'uitl.m tci Aini ultiir.il iiii.I ltnrtiiMitttir.il Inrorm...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 29 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT LEVI L. TATE, i EDITOR. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNINa, DECEMBER 24, I860. Dr. UK. Stock, a M. of C. Wo aro gratiCcd to learn, as will also be thousands of his friends hero and else where, that our friend and lato fellow citizen, M. Steck, 51. V., of Mifllinvillc.Co- lutubia county, who has for the past sever al years filled tho position of Indian Agent, at Santa Fe, Now Mexico, under the General Government, with distinguish ed ability, was on the Gth of November elected a Dolcgato to Congress from tho Territory of Arizona. Dr. Steck is a sound National Democrat, and possesses tho ability of making an efficieut and influential representative in tho National Congress. For tho foregoing welcome information, wo ara indebted to his notes of private correspondence, with our pleas ant friend F. C. Harrison, 31. 1)., of Bloomsburg. Doath of Henry M. Fullor. Tho Hon. Henry M. Fuller, former ly a Representative of this District in Congress, died on Wednesday morning last,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 29 December 1860

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT Saturday, Mcccmbcr 3D, 1SGO, he view" of tiie mahketT- COMIEWED ITCKKLT. WIIF.AT. KVK' .'. (JOHN (old) (,HIR,N (nen) (JAM . UUUiU'HKAT ti iwci.ovnnsEED., OHUTTLIl Ml TALLOW... . Alt I) 1'UTATOES $3 33 19 13 13 U it A Siii.uiFr's sale took plaeo in 1'Iiila tlolpliia a few days since, of watches fro'm the seized stock of a "gift enterprise" con cern, bringing only $30 per dozen; ''gold watches !" Sprinkle Asm s, During the present icy and slippery condition of tho pave ment?, all good citizens should sprinkle them with ashes. Hy so doing, serious aecUcuts way bo prevented. A Hemindkk. Tho Carrier of tho Columbia Democrat, requests ui to say that ho will wait upon our town subset i- hers, bright and early on New Year's morning, according to custom, with lib Annual Address, llo hopes to be met with open hearts, hands and purses, and to bo set on his way rejoicing, with pockets well lined with the currcat eoiu of Uncle Samuel's realm. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Tho following ar...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 29 December 1860

agricultural.! I'ans op Mii.k. Tho Oouneelieut Hoinc9tcaJ repulilislics from nn old Gen ntrtco rarmcr, an account of tlirco care fully conducted experiments for tho pur pose of dcterminiug whether inoro butter is obtained from a given quantity of milk when Bet in pans partly fillod than when full. Contrary to the expectations of tho experimenter, from tho same quantity of milk in tho full pans, souic three or four per cent, moro butter was obtained than when set iu pans half full. Skttiiso out Trees. Tlio tirao for planting u in the full, whentbe leaves fall from tlio forest say from tho 20th of October to tho 20th of November. Troc procured iu tho full may bo kept 'safely for planting iu the fcpriug, by burying them half their length in bandy earth, in a sloping position, hero no vratcr is liable to stand ; atid for peach or cherry trees, a blight covering of brush, or forest leaves, over tho tops ill be of service, in caso the winter bhould prove severe. Small bushes like currants...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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