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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 July 1866

he (tyotuinbimt, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, 19 ruDMstiKn eviiiiy B.vrimnAy, tu ' llloontitmrg, Cotumfila Count)', i'n, TKHMS. Two Dollars ft year, In advance. If not jinia In ndvnncc, Two Dollar nuit Fifty Cculs. Address nil letters to Gtiottan ir. Moonn, Hdltor of tho CouutniAN. Htoomsburg, Columbia County, Pa, SFfrnia of dftrltaiiur. One Pqnnro, one or three. Insertions..,...,.,. 1 to J?fli snbserinciit Insertion less tlinn thlriVen. One Square our month n 2 CO Tw f " ' ,. 3 W Tlueo " " - fl W l'our " " 6 W llnlf colntnn " ...i low One coHiliin " ....... 15 W Kxeru tor's nnil Admlnlstiator's Notices.- 3 00 Auditor1 Notices 1 M IMIlorlnl Notice twenty cent per lne. Other advertisements Inserted according to spc clal contract. 4 BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, JULY U, J8G6. VOL. I.-NO. 11. PRICE FIVE CENTS, .V iy1 MY HOME BESIDE TIIE SEA. 11V S, ft Wr.NIWOIlTlI, Tei.t. mo no moro of prairies Rrccn, With Blurry blossoms bright, Of landscapes, shadowless, sercno In Luna's silvery lli;ht; Of forest...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 July 1866

it (Kolumbiau, or.oiini: it, Mooui:, mutou. M.OO.MSlll'IlO, HATt'ltPAY, JULY II, li. THE MODEL LETTER. AmrhhoU'i! Dl'KICK, It, H. fNTlaWAI. ltr.VFM' TJIIHTKKNTH i;OI.I.i:iTlllN 1M1., NTATk Ul' IILoo.mhiiuik), Mnrch IN'". Jlon. Ituuh M'VulhJi, "Hmturu othe lYtamrjit Sin, 1 Inclose you n copy of m is suo of tli Ih week. 1 lmvo likewise ad dressed a copy to the President. You will sco that tlio I'liargo that I am op posing him is false. IF I AM SUSTAINI'I) UY YOf KSUM' and Tin: I'nr.siur.XT, If tho patronage is not taken from fa and given to those who oppose us, wo shall be nblo to make our vigorous Union organization a unit, niltl TRIUMPHANTLY SUSTAIN Tin' All- MINlSTltATION. Respectfully, PAM'.MOX JOII.V, Assessor Thirteenth District, l'a. THE PHILADELPHIA CONVEN TION. Wi: publlslied In our last number the call for a National Union Convention, to be held in Philadelphia on the four teenth of August, witlt the endorsement of tlio same by members of Congress. The eall is directed to al...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBIJllG, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1866. LP PAL INTELLIGENCE. National t'liloii Hints Cmtinl Commit Ice. 1'jilLAtici.riit.t, June, 10, lsod. THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE of tho NATIONAL UNION l'AUTY for tho Stnto of Pennsylvania will meet at the WASHINGTON' HOUSE, Plillndclphlu, on THURSDAY, July nineteenth Instant, lit twelve o'clock. Mcinuor nro requested to bo imtictuul 111 llielr attendance, and prepnrod to report tlielr county orgauliatlous, J, tt. FLAXIUEN, L'hulriiiMii. Harvesting hns already commenced. Tho prospect of good crops is favora ble. The Raspberry Festival at SnyderM Hall has beou very well patronized. To night Is the last cluuico of furthering tho worthy object for which it U held. Will jam L. Maddock & Co., deal UW In tine groceries, No. HCf-South Third Street ( opposite tho Olrard Hank ), Philadelphia. E. W. Wynkoop and Co. will com mence their next term of graded school on Third Street, July thirtieth. This school has been in operation for sever...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 14 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1866. NEAItEll TO THEE. DAY l' da)' tho nunsets itec t O'er tlio western hills with tliclr shining feet; Jtnur I15' hour disappears, U1U their strands have braided tlio chain of yenrs. 1 number them nil ns they como nnd pnss, Tlio nnds of llfo through Its crystal glass, Murmuring still, its they glide, to me, "Nearer to thee, nearer to thee I" I keep In my henrt llio dnys of old, The sunset that hilghteiicd their blue with gold; Tlio voleo thnt blended Hi melody Vlth tlio breath of tho bree?.o o'er tlio Bummer sen, I must llt In Vain for Iti thrilling lone, Till It meets my ear In the land unknowns Hut my hope grows bright ns tho seasons lice "Nearer to thee, nearer to tlicel" Tlio violets opn their eyes of blue' Tho roses benil 'nenth the morning dcw Tho Illy sprendeth Its leaves apart O'er tho purple stain on Its golden herrt. A whisper eomes when tho tiny has flow n, "Willi tlio starry twilight dim and lone, Villi tho breath of tho ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 July 1866

?li!ULJL3jU.llHJL,,ll"' ''lM-',, !'. lit Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, u ruiiLisnci) cvnnv mtchuat, i,t Illoomiborg, Colti-At.!, Ctnt)- rtk TE11119. Two DoUiim ft you, In mlvnncA. If not jwUl In' RJriUwu, l'ro UoIIam nail I'ltt- Cut VliUrivw lUl lelkasj to okouok ir. itooitii JMItor of tlio Coi.f MiiuK, IMtMrttslttrfr, Columbia County, l'ft. L.u..i'-V.. i. . ' Vol. i.-no. 12. BLOOM SB URG, SATURDAY, JULY 21, J8G0. IMUCE FIVE CENTS. StcrniH o) ducrlisinfl. t)iiuH4Unri,oiiP or tlirro lnirlloli5 .....il I'jicli Kiilmprilirnl Inwrlloli los tlmn tlilrtveli. One Hqiinru otu month .i 2 Two " " .If" Tim " J 'our " " 0 llnlfmliitmi " WJ Olio column " '" '"' Uxrriitor'ii nn.l A.ltiilnlstinloi's Notlcm 3 Auditor's Kodcr IMItorlnl Notlcis twinly cviita ht lino. otlmr nilvcrllu'iiunlN luv.i til nrcoiillug to "l.' clal t-ontrnct. UNFOB.GOTTEN. BwtliT Ijvdy mlnn, tho f.uliil ruin la ofton doiucr limn tlio ftmvnr I'lcali Rnthoruil t so ctu'li moninry (frown Mora prooloua Miico tlio iartlnK lin...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, JULY 21, I860. it (iMumlnnii oEonm: u. mooki:, i:nrTon. 11I.OOMM1UUO, PATLIIPAY, JVJ.V 21, IfcCfl. THE MODEL LETTER. Awwon'i Office, V. H, Istkhna t, tlr.vr.Nt' r., f TlIIHTKF.NTII f'dLl.riTlnW THH., STATU OF I 1 11m. Jlvffh M'Oillorh, Kccrctaii nflhe Tremiiryt Bin, I fttcloso you n copy of my Is mto of this week. 1 Imvo llkcwiso nd rtresscd a copy io tlio President. You will sco that tho cfinrgo thnt I nm op posing him is fulsc. If I am atwTAisr.n IIV YOUIISET.F and Titr, PttnsinHNT, If the patronngo Is not laken from vh and given (o those who oppose us, wo shall bo able io make our vigorous Union organization a unit, nilll TUIUMl'ltANTIiY SUSTAIN Till' AD MINISTRATION. Respectfully, Pai.k.mon John, Assessor Thirteenth District, Pn. A PUBLIC LETTEll. OmrKovTiiR ItKvcm.irAN, 1 JlLooMMiiuno, Va., July 7, ll. J Ton, A. If. fiamtalt, I'mtdcirt o the A'fimnl Vn ion Club, n'luMnoton, 1). 0.1 Slit, I havo Just received, under tho frank of tho chattel S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, SATURDAY, JULY SI, 1866, LOOAL INTELLIGENCE! William L. Maddocic& Co., deal- era III flno groceries, No. 1 15 .South Third fcStrcct (opposite tho Qlrnrd Hank), Philadelphia. A match gnmo of base ball will bo fplaycd this afternoon, commencing tit two o'clock, between tlicSliawatiec Club, " iof Plymouth, and the Continental Club, of this nlaco. . '-f Tho July number of Godcy's Lady's "Lady's Hook comes to us with ltd usual , Jj nrruy of interesting articles. Tho fash " Ion plates and patterns aro characterized fy'by their usual excellence. " E. W. WYNKdOEJKND CO. Will COtll- ilnence their next term of graded school on Third Street, July thirtieth. This 'Bchool has been In oicratlon for several yonrs, and has proved very stucessful. "Oitl what a fall was there, my countrymen 1" when honorablo mem bora of Congress, bank presidents, and . other honorable gentlemen, in tho vent 'lng of their private spleen ogainet Mr. 'Clark, descended to begging for the n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 21 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJllG, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1S66, MY MOTHER'S VOICE. TuurtE'i muslo In the, Auluiiin wind, Around th- drlppftift euves, And where Its pinions stop to play Anion) tho fallen lonvo. Thcro's muslo In Iho river's flow Along the pebbly shore, tylu-ii nil the winds lmvo Rime to sleep, And bough hnvc swayed no more. Thcso's music In tho rrkhct's song 1 hoar through ovenlng shade. And In 1 1 in low of distant herds H (.turning from the Blade. Thern'a music In the. household touoi That Brcet th mid or gay, And In the liuutli of innooenct) Itejolclug In Its play. Hut there's music sweeter fur In memory than this Tho music of my mother's olec, Now In Iho land of bliss. A music tlmo may never still I hear It in my dreams, 'When nil the fondness of her face Unco more upon luo beams. I know not what the angels hear In mansions In thu skies, Hut tlicro is not it sound on earth Itko mother's gentle voire. Tho tears nro In my clouded eyo, And sadness In my brain. As Nature vv lil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 July 1866

H ..w.if.w .ii' -S5h(f (ol urn bin if AN INDEPENDENT'' JOURNAL, i cnunii-u kveiiy tuTCnDAV, ih nioomrtiurff, Ceiu'mljlri Coulitf) l'rt. rnnMsi mti! oj; gdwrlisinjg. OnoPiilrtri,,ruie(irlhir(ililertl(iit .. ..f 1 M llmh Mih-wilicTit Insertion Imtluin thlileen. Due S'lmnto one iniinlh., .....,..,w,,..,.. 1 AO '1 wo " .... .... S (0 Threo " " 6 ) I'our " " 0 (0 Half column " , 10 no One eiiliiinii " 15 10 K.xeeiltor's nnd Administrator' Notices fl (10 Auditor's Notices SW IMIIorlnl Notices twenty lents per line. Oilier iidvertlsemcnts instiled according to spe rial conlruct. Two poltars n yenr, lit fMvntfcb". it ifot paid til I uJvniujf, Two Dollnrn mill Fifty Collin. Addrem 11 letters to rii.'oiion it. jiootin. Editor of the C'oi.umiiia!), llloonubiirft, Columbia County, IVw VOL. I.-NO. 13. BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1SG0 MICE FIVE CENTS. V V7 s -USEES' V - . V V X NNV7VJV tk It elr ll'l- lll- Vi .'ill .111 In- th .lit. .HII Ul. I l.i Hr -ill. II... Uv- .' I') II 01 7 V I l II l ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, JULY ?3, 1866. IC (1 OKouni: it. jtooiti:, i:ti1roi:. lll.OOMBlltntU, KATUUDAY, Jl'I.Y ft, THE MODEL LETTISH. AiiEoi!'i nmtr, V, H, Inti hmai. tlr.vu.NtiK, r.vn.NtiK,1 cut-lM., 'rilllltr.KNTII C'm.M.CTlnN PH., Htatk Hon. Hugh M'ddloch, fieri larlnlhc 7Whmi7; Sin, 1 Incloso you a copy of my Is buo of this week. I Imvc llkowlso ad dressed u copy to tlio President. You will sco that tlio churgo that I am op posing liln Is false; If I am ei'STAiNnb nv Younsi:i.r And Tin: Phusimint, If tlio patronage is not takeli from us and given to those wlio opposo tie, wo shall ho ulilo to ihakc our vigorous Union organization u unit, nnd TiuUMfirAXTi.Y bustAtn tjii; Ail JtiMaritATiO.s1. Itospcctfully, Pam:mox Joitx, Assessor Thirteenth District, Pa. A PUBLIC LETT EK. OfrHrr. of tub llKi'Ciit.trA!?, JlLOOMSIlUllCI, l'A., July 7, IMfl. ) JTon. A, 11. lnmlnll, I'rnldcui of the Xattonal Un ion Cii'b, WllShllHjtoH. 1). C.i Hut, 1 have just received, under the frank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 July 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJllG, SATURDAY, JULY 28, J8GGt filial 9 LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. Ari'iioniiATi: Mcr(e)citr. St.- I'oor num. William L. Maddock it Co., ileal- vta III lino LTotorlcs, No. 1 15 South Tltlid fetreet (opposite Uio Glmul ltauk),k'()TlHX(l OP NAPOLEON'S NEGOTI- l'hllmlcli.hla. The road west of Hits town U lined for roils wllh lino KrowliiK cnliliiurc. .Those In want of genttlnol't'iiiisiylvanlu sour krout" thltj Fall, hurt better con suit tho gimli'iicrs before lout?. Wi: nro linnny to announce that no crlotis dlfllculty In likely to ni-l-o be- t?,twei!ii tno I'lT-sitlcnt, mm necrciury gM'Cullocli on account of the Seerotnry'8 Irefusal to imrchafo V. John and lib Vigorous union organizaium - m uiu . i n..n ..! ii... CAirlco named by John to wit: llfteen iuu.areu uu..u.B. a x .....v.- iiecuoncoiicuiii in ui.imuuw.iu retary. k UUll contemporary oi tno Jtrpuoiiaw ;,;w'ill please accept our cotijjmtuliitloiis ',,on his return to tho walks of private Sllfo. To tho 1'rcsldent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 July 1866

THE OIIILDBEN. tVrtfcX tlio lessons nnd tasks flro nil ended, Am ilio school for tlio tiny Is dismissed, TRcllttlo ones gather nronmt mo To Md mo " Good-night" timl be kissed ! Oil, thr little nrmx that cnclrrh) My netk In tliclr tender rmbrncni Oh, the Rmlles.thnt nro lintos of 1 leuven. Shedding sunshine of love on my face. And when they nre gone. I sit drrntntng Of my childhood too lonely to Inst Of Joy that my lienrt will remember While It waken to the pulso of tho pnt, Uro tlio world nnd Hi wickedness made mo A partner of Borrow and sin, "When tho glory of Clod wns about me, And tho lory of gladness within. 1 ask not a llfo for the dear ones, All-rodlant, as others havo done, lint that llfo may have Just enough shadow To temiK'r tho glare of the sun ; 1 Would prny Hod to guard them from evil, Ihit my prayer would bound back to myself; All I a seraph may pray for n sinner, Hut n sinner must pray fur himself. 1 shall leave tho old houo In tho Autumn, To traverse Its threshold no ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 August 1866

4 lc It Jr. n- .s? rt ilf U U- ia ro mi r. lhi : 01 j ml ik I (M ; in) i (J. ii.. si: on I 111 11 1 I In. itl ml l rlll OUb I lilt xU,. hot r.K- . IRllV III. i -owl III" inn. i' ni , n hi . Uiir- uinL mi- m.r ii'in a Ixt I 01 7 ( 3(0 .1 Hll i) nil iinb he Columbian, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, IS ITIIMSHKO MTPT MTV1IUAY, lf TllooitiOmrgi Caluniblii County, Pn, TEHMS. TVo Dollars nycnr, In ndvnucc. If nut paid In ndviuicc, Two Dollars nud nrtjJ'tViil". .NUJrrisiillU'llcru tu oi:onai3 ir. Moonu, Citltur of the Colvjimav, llloomsburR, Columbia County, Va. I- -M. IN ABSENCE. iiy riuitit: cAiiv. Watch lior kindly, stars Worn tho nwci't iirotcctlim ikltn l'ollow licr with tender cyc i Look o lovingly that bIiu L'unnot chooe Imt think of moj Watch lior kliiUly, fctart 1 (-ootlin lior wotly, nltfit Jin her eyes, o'crwofUlod, ircs Thi tired 1I.W with llclit cari'ss; Let tlmt shadowy hand of tlitnii liver In Iht dn ritds xoeM ii'iluu ; 'tivothu lior sweetly, nljlit I Walto lior gently, mom Irft t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 August 1866

.. THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSEUllG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866. !ltc $otmnFuw, ai:uumt it. Moottr., kihtoiu JU.OOM811U110, HAT,WMAY,.AUnrBT I, im. NEW STATES. CoNonr.ss adjourned on Saturday, tho twenty-eighth ultimo, ufterasosslon of eight months duration. -Anion; tho last bills passed was ono for thu admis sion of Nebraska as a Stuto Into tho Union, which remains In tho President's hands unsigned. Tho wuno objections appear to apply to It which applied to tho vetoed Mil for tho admission of Col orado, principal among which is u dell eicnt population. Strangely enough the Colorado veto was not considered before the adjourn ment. Although tho bill was vetoed two or three months ago, it was permit ted to Ho without action in Congress, because, as wo supposo, a two thirds vote could not bo obtained for passing it over tho veto. This manufacturing of now States for nnllllnil mirposos only does not bcem to prosper under Andrew John son, and it is well to havo tho doctrine established that new ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS)TJRO,7I3ATTODAY, AUGUST 4-, 1866. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. v for n copy or tho report or tuc no- mntiiriiniiiiii i.miiiiui.iL'i.'. WILLIAM L. MADDOCK & CO.. dcill- Lew In fluo groceries, o. 1 15 South TlilrtI Street (opposite tho Glrard Hnnlc), WhllailMphln. iy A'tmAMa dwelllng-houso, sttuntcil on AWolch Hill, tho property of. Mr. David XEdwnrds, nnd occupied by Samuel 1111- Jborn, wns destroyed by lire on Thursday icvcnliiff. -y ' Notice. Tho subf-erlbora to tho stock iof tho lllooinsburL' Lltcrnry Institute nro required by tho Treasurer, William yBnydor, to pay tho llrst, Installment or Vflvc 'dollars on each share, on or before ;' ho Uncouth of August, to July tlilrtl L'cth, 1SGG ' Tun post-ofllco at Jersey town, In this county, has been removed Into the vll vlago from 1U Iato location, thrco fourths ofj a mllo distant. It will ho kept at thy yitoro of Mr. Krcamcr, .who has been ailppolnted postmaster In plnco of. Mr. Jrugler. This is n timely reform, and BRv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBUILG, 8Arf U11DAY, AUGUST 4, 1366. IIUSII. " I can scarcely hear," she murmured, " For Iny henrl bents loml and fast ; Jlut unruly, In tho fur, far dlstaucu 1 run hear it sound nt Inst," " It l only llio rcaerK Mnglnn, Ah Ihcy curry homo their olicnvcn; Anil tlio evening breeze, has risen, Anil rustics llio ilyhrg Ickvcs." " Listen t there nrn voices Inuring," Calmly mill r-ho Hffnvo tn sioul( Yet her voter grew faint nnd Iremlilhiir, Ami llio led Hushed In lier cheek. "It In mily tlie clillilicn playing llelow, now tliclr work Is done, Ami they laiiKluil Hint I heir eyes nrodnirlcd lly tlio rays of tlio telling sun." Fainter Brew lier voice, aint weaker An with anxious eyes silo crlwl, " Down the avemiu of chestnuts I can hear n horseman rlilc." " It Is only llio ileer Hint Were frilling In ii lieiit on tho clover i;ras; They were stnrtleil, mill tloil to tho thlcltct As they mif tl if rentiers pass," !fow tho nlclit nroso In silence, Hints lay In their leafy...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 August 1866

i f 9 ' I t 'it- hc (Columbian, k AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, ! M l'Uill.tSllEI) KVRHY S VrCIIIlAY. IM Illiioiinljiirg, Columliln Count)-, I'n. 'rUUMM. Two Dollars n ycnr, In lulvnucp. If not Imld lti Vnlvnncc, Two Dollnrs nml Kirty Cents, Address all Idlers (o UKOHCIR II. MOOItK, lMltur of tho Cot.fMiilAN, Bloomnlmrg, Columliln County, l'n, LAURA, MY DARLING, BY EtIJICND Ct.ARENCr.STKIlMAf. IiAt'liA, my darling, tho roso3 hnvo blushed At tho Idss of tho dou", and our chamber Is hushed ; 'Our murmuring Kibe to yir bosom Iins clunir. And hours In his slumber the song thntyotmincj i which you asleep, with your uniw round mm thrown. . Your links of dnrk tresses wound In with disown, t wna mo wire is (is uenr us tus gontlo youtnr bride "Of tho liour when you first, darling, camo to my eldo. 1 Ynurn, my ilnrlliifr, our mil down tho stream -'or Youlh'H sjumiiiursntid Winters Ims been llhon dream; Years havo but rounded your wonmnly craeo. And lidded their (.pell lo tho llalit of your face; Yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 August 1866

m a GEOlian II. MOORE, EDITOR. BLOOMRltUllO, SATURDAY, AUqtj&ll, MSfclOUR ON NEGRO !TiFFRAGE. r AT'tho lato se'slon'of Congress, on'tho eighteenth of January, UlysscsMoj voted for tho following hill, whlcirpajis? cd tho Itouso and went to tho Senate. Vquotofrom M'Phorson's " Manual," f ppmramnio. It Is entitled "A 11111 "Oxllmtiiig' tho right of sulfrago In tho Dlstriel.of Columbia:" , jf Jle It enacted, etc., Thnt from.all laws and parts of laws prescrlblngitho quali flentions of electors for any oHlce'ln tho District of Columbia tho wordiiiivhite" bo, and tho sumo Is hereby, stricken out, and that from and after tho passatro of this act no person shall bo disqualified from voting at any election held In tho said District on account of color. 8EC;i2.That nil acts of Congress and all laws of tho State of Maryland in forco In said dfstrlct, and all, ordinances oftho cities of Washington and George town, inconsistent with this act, aro thereby repealed and annulled. Mercurstands u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS13U11G, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1866. LP PAL INTELLIGENCE. WlT.TiTAM L. HADDOCK & CO., UOM- ftors In flno groceries, No. 110 South Third gBtroct (opposlto tho Glrard Bank), Philadelphia. I CAPTAIN' C. B. BROCKWAY glVOU i special attention to tho collection of tho f back-pay, bounties, pensions, and other claims duo to soldiers, their widows tind fiunlllee. Ills largo oxperlcnco mid ii hla uniform success In doubtful cases f aro his highest recommcndatlonandthu uwt encouragement claimants can navo to cngngo his services. Tho claim ho cannot prosecute successfullyltls useless to put Into tho hands of another. It la edifying to observe the affection- 'tito manner In which P. John, of tho JRepublican, praises his neighbors of tho Democrat and Star upon their political conduct. Ho slaps them on tho shoulder, Und bids them proceed as good boys In their efforts to consolldato tho Radical , ranks, and helpjiis friend Mercur. If ,jlho "high contracting parties" can win ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBUIIG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1800. ft., THE GLOVE. 1IY A. Mi 11. Iiicc you have nskcei, I needs must tell the his tory Of how I gained yon praily Utile gtovo ! Alat It Is tho key to no soft mystery i Nor itnagnof tourney In tlio lists of love. 'Twnn thus t found It tlirorlRli the cl'y's bristle 1 wandered mo nt 111 Aututnii e, nlotse I A tail, alight form brushed by with nllUcu rustle, Alut pnsseit Into a carriage, mid was cone, Oneulancc I had, In Hint I caught thualeamliif! Of violet eyes, o'er which thn rippling tress fllnncnl gold n, facu llko those, wc scj lu dream 111!!, As perfcit In Its shndowy loveliness. And so Flic passed, n glorious light about her, Clothed, like n Summer elawn, In silver-gray, And left tho crowded stri'cts us dark without her Ah Winter shies whose, moon has passed away. This little gauntlet which her hand was clasping, Tell from her ns she reached tho eitrrlngo door, And Hunted down, as flutters from the aspen Home trembling leaflet...

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