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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 November 1861

COLUMBIA DlillOOItAI'. JOlin U. i refiC. I.OCnl hllltur. a-rrmr: :j-. SATOBDAY MOnNINO, NOVEMBER 9, 1BS1. t3-To-morrow U tho twenty. fourth Sunday after Trinity. . . . Saint Martin s Day. Montreal taken by tho Americans. Nor. , 1770. Great Patent for New England granted 13, 13th Nov. 1020. CharlQS Carroll died November 14th, 18.12. Gunpowder plot discovered 15th Nov., 1005, Tea destroyed in Boston Uarbpr 10th Nov., 1773. !0. 65-On tho UOth Oct., all the State prisoners in Fort Lafayetto, wore removed and placed in Fort Warren, in Boston. ;o: - Samuel A. Purvianee, formerly Attorney General of Pennsylvania, has been appointed Consul General at Cal- cutta. so: fclT San Francisco and New York wero connected by Telegraph, on tho 2oth Oc- tobtr. Great rcioieina was had unon the completion of the line, j which ha declined. More recently ha was so;- I selected to be Professor of Elocution iu a Star Tho morning train moving South new t,lColog'Ml Seminary, organized in on tho Lackawanna Si B...

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. — 9 November 1861

ma SlfjCtcnlUuc KNOWLEDGE HKUUtHED IN TAU MINT., Tlioro aro many wlio look upon fanning as. rather ft small business, who thiol; that . . , , . lt3 EUCCCfSliU tiroECClttlOU requires only a ,, i , .11. ' little COmillOii sen0, just enough to prompt ... , .ill.. tbO liarily Worker to CPl Shelter 111 a rain Mrm ami n vorv ltitln 1.-nniv1ri1trn lint storm ana a very miio wiowictigo, just milTipiplit In fonr.t n floplt of shpfii or rend sumcieut to cour.t a hock oi sncqi or reau i npwsn.r..r. This oninion was onea ltioro a ncwspnp.r. j. ins opinion w.ts ouu. moru nin.. Urn nou fnr IhK trnrlil fa rfrmr. is1-"'" " - 5 ing wiser ; yet, al tho present time it entertained by many. It an old tinil true sayine, tllllt, " honor and sliamo from , . , 110 Condition rise :" that IlODOr 18 Ollly ac- , ' , , quired byattinf will our part in Whatever . 15 , ii. e Situation WC lliay be placet) . A man Ot ... , , . , ii. ii ability nlld knowledge, WllO UCVOtCS alt .. . .. , . ... i Ills energies to llH ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 16 November 1861

COLUM DEMOCRAT, BIA AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO HOLD AND TllIM THE TOUCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." 2 00 PER ANNUM TOL. 15-NO. 37. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16,180L VOLUME 25? COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. FBBCHHKD EVERY SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. UI BtOOMSBORO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. o pFTc E In the na Itrlck EiUdlng, cppoilte the Kttfianffe, tiit eIAs Qou?t Jbutt, "Democratic UtaJ Quartern." TERM9 OP SUBSCRIPTION. SI Go In advance, fur one copy, for tit months. I 75 In advance, for one copy, one )ear, '.' OJ If not paid within tile Grit three rnontlii. y 23 If not paid w ithln the r.rst fix months. ii S'J Ifnot paid within tne)e.,r. try- N'o subscription taken for leu than sin months, huI no papet discontinued until all arrearages f hall have been pulj. O" Ordinary AovHRTissyiXTS inserted, and JobWgMC executed, et the establiahednrtces. i caiiuue.jniiini amiaMMMiawwnis-giTTnBmTcna The Republicans immediately brist...

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. — 16 November 1861

Cttlmnkin Jnnntrnt 8DITKD BY LEVI L. TATE, PROPRIETOR. ' BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER IS, 1081. OUR COUNTRY'S TX.AO. Go or ock TATitKRit Id thy name We Dili our Standard to the nmt To conquer or t0 di. We elaim No greater honor. While the Mail Ofelrll strife iweepe o'er the land, We'll strike the foe who daree to mar OerloTiljr ensign, and we'll stand A wall of AretOfuard each alar. Let ns then twine each thread of the glorious tissuoof oar country a nag aDoul our neart-slrinfs, ana loosing upon our homes, and causing tho spirit that breathes ds.th. now nndfore.er. stand hr the star, and stripes. I The hate floated over our cradles let it be our prayer .d our struggle that they shaii float over our graves. I They have been unfurled from the snows of Canada to I olrethet, come weal or woe, we will In life and the plains ofNew Orleans, and to the halls of tho Hon assumes, and amid the solitudes of every sea: Rnd cve wnere, as tne luminous syrnooi 01 resistless ana Dcnen ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 16 November 1861

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, John G. Freeze, Local Editor. SATURDAY MOBN1NO, NOVEMDMl 16, 164!, J6T To-morrow ia tho twenty-fifth Sun Jay ofler Trinity. Cortcz sailed for Mexico IStb Novem ber, 1C18. Jay's treaty signed 10th November, 1700, Battle of Port Washington fought 20th Nov., 1770, The Pilgrims arrive at Cape Cod Slat Nov., 1C20. Battle of Breslau fought 223 Novemlor, 17G7, President Pierce born 23d .November, lb04, -JOl' tor The first snow of the season made in appearance on Friday morning last. I- Gen. Tom Thumb was thrown from a carrifleo, bv the breakine of an axle : a few days ago at St. Catharines, Canada. He was turned clear over and struck en his head taking the scalp clean off, and landing him on his back in the mud. His injuries are not considered serious. ,.01 . ni i tr tt w .i faT Charles II. Hess, Esq,, the succes- c r ii tnti n . n miasionor, was sworn and took his plsce in the Board on Monday last. He will be an efficient and active member, under htatids the wants of th...

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. — 16 November 1861

Sect THE VALUE OP INDIAN CORN. By those who do Dot know, or are too Boiontific to profit by the ezporienco of na tions of men ami herds of fat cattle In dian corn, rice, buckwheat, &c. are only considered good fodder. Liebig states ..i i i.il . t n simn ilnrrrnn buut ii it u iuru suuiucb lu luu BuulO UCCrco of pnlj fiQ (lin Snmiolpq wn wnn1ilr.Anl.lrt Ol com as tlio nomiSlCS, WO WOUIU DO aDlfl lo ponqiimA lir liilf of a cilf nnrl i Anyn 10 consume tUC Iiail OI a call ana a UOZeU candles at a Binglo meal. Daring excess Y .Ufiuiu uw uimiuru, uCatugur tails 10 SUStOia tUC evstcm. XhiS 13 OWinC - . , , b to a deficiency m tho elements necessary to supply animal heat ; and tho strong desire j for oleaginous substances under tbeso cir-i cumstances lias let! toue belief that am- ( mal food is necessary to human support, But lato scientific cspeaiments have led to t Latter ficniiftinftnPG nith tlin hil,.t9 of the Vnrtri Amrrinftti Tmliatia nrifl almw thit .ftOrill American inUians, antl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 November 1861

DEMOCRAT, s LEVI L. TATE, Editor. VOL. 15-NO. 38. Select Moctrn From the London Once a Hfrtit. Civile Bollum. 'In tills Jarful nhugglo Ictwcca North ami South, there arc hundred of casct In which father are arrncd against aoui. ami brothers against broihcri." .4 ncr ft a a J'apcr. ' Rifleman, ilisot tue n f.mry Bhot Straight at Hip heart cfjon prowling UJeUe, HiufC inu n hull In thu KluteriiiK (pot That ihhies uu hii breast like ait atnutet 1" "Ah, Captain I here por for a fin draw u heat, There' muilc umund uhen i.iy harrrl's in tune I" Crack 1 went the rifle, the iinvM.M.gcr sped. And ill-ad from hii iiur&o ft; 11 the ringing dragoon Now, Ui lie man, steal tliMngh ifie fuhi9. nnd snatcli from juur victim notiia trinket to hand ul tint Mood, A Lutlon, n lonn, n that luminous natch That fleams in the i.iomi like a diamond fctud!"' " Obi Cnrtniu, I ftaeprrfd, un I ut.k on my track, Whrtt I gazed on Ui lUc ifth fallen W-ictt' For he looked po like )ou, as Uu lay on his hack, That ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 November 1861

iilumlna Dcmnrrnt About lories I l Dr. Jons, of the "iVf t Muddm ," has Thoso Fipurca. Last year tlio Columbia Counlu Rtpub- Parson Brownlow. To day we give our readers tlio farewell EDITED nY LEVI L. TATE, rROrRlETOR. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, "861. OUR OOCNTRT'S FLAG. God or oca FatiikriI In thy name We iialltmr Standard lotho matt To coniner or to itie, We claim No greater honor. White th,' blast Of civil itrlfe ameoa o'orthf land, We'll strike the foe nho darvato tnar Our loiely ensign, and we'll stand A wall if Drr to guard each star. Major Gonoral Ilalleok. J lin C. Froniont. 'Shall Wli to Mou Bulo Aniortuat Major Qenoial II. W. llnllcck, who liasl " The Great Pathfinder,' llio oniboili I The VYYekly Caucasian is the titlo of recently struck a new string in political hew was bridling with figures, atvl over. nddrcs of that honored patriot, Parson been assigned to llio coimnantl in chief of nient ot " tree Speech, 1'rco ITcps and a Ucmocrutio Union paper bi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 November 1861

rufwiy .'ypyr 3U. rnifHini . niMKWtl I1 tUljU.HOl .V U!!i tlUUlt1 I rr-r r - r : .--; John (1. Freeze, Lucal Kdllnr. SATURDAY MOIWINQ, HOVEMDErt 23, 1881. S0- To-morrow is thc twcntyeixtli R,1nt. nf.o, T,!ii I j . j. President Taylor born November 'JO, 17C0 East India Company incarporatcd Nov. 20. 17(10. j.. w uuu,u iw w viwwa u luujubua. ( Time to get up, ltt...l . f. . 1 na '" Muauiugiuu jrving umu, nuvtmuu -io, 1850. Hu volution broko out in Warsaw Nov. 29, 18:iU. Saiut Andrcvy's Day. io: LSf Mr u ill! am Shaffer, son of Samuel, had hii lp: broken ou Tuesuav ' .... last, near Iiloonisburg, by his team run iiing away A. Sell of Jacob DcmOt Ksfl-i of Marli sou Township, also bad a similar accident befal him this weeek. :o: t2y A rather serioui nccldciit happened, on Fiiday luit, ut .Mo elvy, Xcal and Co'a Furnace, by the lulling of a scaffold socio tweuiy five feet, imidc of tho stack upon which live or sis '.vork'iieii wure engaged. Tim whole paity were badly bruised and jarrod ; ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 November 1861

Sljjjttcttltwvc, TI1E GREAT END IN FARMING. hard work can be done, nor Low iuulh- mom can be earned in a given time Tho aim should be, not only to better one's ' condition, but to improve one's self nnd i i i . i i i a r Jll3inm.lv. and to make Ilinisclf Useful, Ins family, and to virtuous aud happy. AY Inch is fi- llrSt. IIO doult.so far at tfao eargi and water and 'J! wood aro concerned, but in imrortancc, ' !'iutu!"JSXSii tho man stands first, and high above nil, comfort. and ho should nlwav lppn himself .n ' SJ umnilnura rnnatnll ilinca hrtitpcnilni ritthaniic auu no snouia aiwajs Keep Jiimsciito. 11,1 an,i ti,c tariom liiii itoad iiopotn, hy uiiitn trnt It is foily to make one's self a slave to ' " p''amiy contryci to an.i rrw.i tho tc- bis land; bending his back, year in and out, in the hardest drudgery, regardless of his own improvement, and of his high relations to society aud to God. When OTcr a farmer, (aud wo might as well say, mechanic, merchant or professional man finds...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 November 1861

COL DEMOCRAT, LEVI L. TATE, Editor. AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOKOII OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 15-N089. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1801. $2 00 PER ANNUM COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT.' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. i'ATE, IH BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. OFFICE h lAf mw Uriel 'IU Court Unit. "Dtmecratlc lltal Quahtri.' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. II 00 In advance, for ono copy, for ili monlhl. 1 7 In alvance, for one copy, one car. 2 00 If not paid within the first three raontln. 3 55 If not pa d within the first all monthl. i 50 If not paid within the year. C7- No subscription taken for leu than ill monlln, ana no paper discontinued until all arrcaraios shall have bsen paid, Sj" O'dlnarvAnviRTiiiMiaTi Insetted, and Jod Work lecultd. at the eitabliatiuJtmcoi. VOLUME 25. liis. If a schoolboy Lave the organ of do structiveness, you may whip hlin for kill, ing flics, but you must not wonder at him. If a you...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 November 1861

Columbia Demur rut F.D1TF.D BY I.CVt 1.. TATE, rROTRIETOn. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1081. OUR COUNTRY'S TLAO. Tlio Extremists. It will bo no fault of tlio extremist! in both sections if tlic war h not made to as sume tbc characteristics of a bloody and exterminating massacre, rcpulsivo to nil the dictates of civilization and Christiani ty. The Abolisionists desire to turn it in. to a servile war of races, whero the hor rors of insurrection shall ho added to the devastations of military slaughter. Thoy wish to let loose tho ungovernable passions oftho negro, which, in their wild fury, spare neither ago nor sex, but with indis Dornocraoy. Democracy the grandest and most per fect system of civil polity the world has ever known the constant and only true friend of tho people tho proudest boast and glory of our nation, and its last and brightest hope. It has over been the cher ished political sentiment of the great and noblo minds of every era in the world's history...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 November 1861

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. John 0. Freeze, Local Editor. 3ATTJHDAY MOBNIMO, NOVtMBEH 30, 1831. Wr" To-morrow is the First Sunday in Advent. John Brown hung for treason, murder aud conspiracy, 2d December, 1850. Battle of Holicnlindcn fought December 3d, 1800. Insurrection at Toronto, December -lib, 1837. President Van Buren born, December 5th, 1782. Saint Nicholas' Day. Mqr.l.il Maw ol.nr. TiDcemuCr i 111. 181(3. ' ......... ..vj , 7lOHl 3 pTOnammvnt Tcaatcu mcnmonil II iOI iltas received With shOUlS Ol ' WU. hilt wllOll . ... i . ! i ,i . .i ' iri ! . The trains on tho Lackawanna ana it was nioilined, tins act ot the President , Bloomsburg rail road have returned to wji concealed or riiisreprcscnted, Ust it . . j might oparato against the designs of tho kuv; i.mc. ... uuu, , 3,32 Evening train up, 0.07. BerThe regular term of Court begins on Monday, The Commissions of the Associate Judges, Hon. John McRoynolds and Hon. Stephen Baldy, have been re ceived. CST James S. McNinch, the newly .ie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 30 November 1861

SlfjttcnUHW I -!l-L!Mt!- "-St - HOW-TO MAKE "ANURE. Aa tbe accumulation of the manure heap , Ut; is of the utmost importance to the husband- man, it should be looked after carefully by every thrifty farmer. I will state our plan, which we fiud pays us very large profit for tbo labor incurred, the material yard entirely cleared of manure, we take T. , ... e i .i . tho first opportunity of leisure time that occurs, (which all farmers do have some time or other) and set oue of tho men with a horse and cart, and let him haul into tho I , . . i v.. ara irom tuo nicauow wuaievcr uunutiiv may bs desired.say from thirty to fifty .... l-.J. Ji...:v.l i tl, n..f ..u M.o...Uu I place, in the yard where the liquid man- ure settles ; tnis we leave in mat position until tho following summer, throwing the manure from the stables, together with that which accumulates over it. During spring it absorbs a greater J .1 tlmt u-mitJ oHifirwisn run ' tuo winter ana part of the liquid that would otherwise ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 7 December 1861

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BL00MSBUR6 GENERAL ADVERTISER. LB 71 L. TATE, Editor. $2 00 PER ANNUM. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOItOH OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 15-NO. 40, BLOOMS HU KG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY DECEMBER 7, 18&L VOLUME 25. OOLDHBIAIIBHOORAT.1 FUULISHED KVERY BATU11DAY, lir LEVI It. TATE. IM PLOOM3BOItO COLUMBIA OOUNTS,.PA. o ffTc e tn tAa nftf Brick fikildtnr, opposite the EtcKangt, bp slU tftKt Cvnrl llout. "Vemotratie Iltai Quarter!," TERMS OF SUHSCItlPTION. 91 W In advance for one copy, for six mouth i. 1 75 Iti adruncc, for one copy, one ear. ti 0(1 If not paid within the first three month i, fl 25 If not paid within the first ill monthi. J 50 If not puld within the) car. C7" No subscription taken fur leu than tlx monthi, aad no paper, dlicoutirmed until all arrearages shallb&ve been paid. Zjr ordlnarvADVKRTiRKMENTilosrtei, and Jot Work tx icuted, at the established oncei. Select Moctrn. Tho Dying Soldier. II OLIVER PERU MiKt-Ove. It w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 7 December 1861

A 5ft .ill 1 A. Li 1 I V ft i- I Ix t ' 1' c .ft Ifl til '"I 4 .:1 ! t ' t i tDITRDTTV LEVI L. TATE, ntOTRlETOR. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MOHNINO, DECEMBER. 7, 1861, OUR COUNTRY'S riiAQ God o ucr FathkriI In thy nam We nail out Standard to iho matt -To conquer or to die. Wc claim No greater honor. Wbllethe blast Of civil ttrlfe twecpi o'er the laud, We'll ttrike the foe nhoditeeto um Ourlarely ensign, and we'll eland A wall of Are to guard earh star ui countiy! flag about our hcart trins, and looking tat i lhati twtni an rli thu nt, riivi tualitr.r upon ui frotn tho battle-fields of our father i, let us re vive tliat, come weal or wot, p will in life and in tleatt.. now and forever, stand by the Mars nnd trip. Thuy ftava flouted over our cradlpi, let it be our prajer I and our ttrunle that they f hall flont over our uravrs They have bon unfurled from the mown ut Canada to tho plains of New Orleani, and to the halls of the 51 on tiaumai, and amid tbe nditudes of every tea; and eve wh...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 7 December 1861

enemj, anil hat people, al a regular elcc on, have sustained the Union by a target maiorltv and a lamer aeereirate vole than Ibey eter beforo gave to any candidate on i any nupstion. Kentucky too, tor tome time in doubt, is now decidedly and I think unchangeably ranged on the oidt ol tho Union. Missouri i compatallvsly qnlat, and 1 teliove can not again bo overrun by the In.tirreciionists. Those three States ol Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri, neither of which would prom, ite a .Inglo soldier ut first, havo now an aggregate ol no lets than forty thousand in the Held for the Union, while of their cit izens certainly not more than n third of that number, and they of doubtful whoroabouls and doubtful existence, are In arms again t it. After a somewhat oloody struggle of months, winter closes on the Union people of Western Virginia, leaving them matters of their own country. An insurgent forco of about fifteen nun dred for months dominating tho narrow pen insular togion of tho counllHs ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 7 December 1861

Stgrknlhuc, WILL AOHIOULTUUK PAY. Ti fV.... ttcntrl v i iiiftui) u ii u ii , own experience. Commenced life at SO ft month, and Uad hammered and pecked . cver.inco. Ho had . bard time of it, but managcu to get a living ana pay nu uouesi debts. Kun in debt for a farm, but bad been enabled to pay for it. Kept no ae count with the farm ; if be did, tbougbt would run him in debt. It ia "now worth M.OOO more than he bought it for fifteen John J. Thomas knew of eeveral cases of successful farming in bis neighborhood of young men vrbo without means had bought farms, improved them and paid for them. One remarkable caso was that of George N. Chase, who bought a farm of 150 adj08 at 850, six years ago. lie knew nothieg of farming, stated himself he could not tell wheat from barley, but commenced to learn tho work. Laid fifteen miles of drain, and had since been offered $100 per aero for his land'. Peter Ilodson, of Cayuga county , twelve years ago bought a farm of 100 acres at v ....-w .-..j ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 14 December 1861

COLUMBIA OCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TOUCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." S2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 15.--NO. 41. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1861, VOLUME 25, DEM 00LUMB1ADBH0CRAT. l'UUMSUED HVEItY SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. IN DLOOMSBORO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. o vTTc E (At M DrUk nnlUhf, cppiitu Us F.uhtige, b) tlit 0IA. Lvrt Ilault. LKmutraus acat .nuncr. tkums or sunscnirTioy. $1 U'J Iti adtanctf. fr one copy, fursl. motttlii. 1 75 In advanitf. Tor onii copy, one ear. u no If not paid wltlitu tliu first three months. !l Ij lfnutuaid within the first sit uiunlhs. 1 ill irnut paid wilhln thoycar. ry- No subscripted takun for lue thnn six months, nJ no paper discontinued until oil arruarajei shall hav. it been paid. C7- OrdlnnrvAnvFimsKMEiiTa Inserted, an J Job Work executed, at tin estaMisuodnriu's Select llloctrn WHS " And ono Private Killed." Cold words to tell a mother's doting love ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 14 December 1861

Culttittbto Sera nt rat Eorrr.n by lev: lttate, rnoriiiETOR. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MOIUIINO, DECEMBER 14. 1861. ODD COUNTRY'S rL AG. Coo or our Eathcri 1 in thy name We mil our standard lothe mail To conquer or to die. Wo claim Xo greater honor. Willie tlie Matl VJf civil strife aweepa o'erlba land, We'll atrlke the foe ho dares to mar Our lovely ensign, and we'll stand A wall of fire to guard each star. Tho Dieoardod Hoport. Wo print clscwhcr that portion of the report of tho Secretary of War, says tho Uarrisburg Patriot ami Union, which wits omitted in tho official copy by order of tho President, but which was sent in ad. vanco to some of tho leading newspapers for publication. By this moans Secretary Cameron has obtained liis object in bring ing his views before tho publio as effectual ly as if ho had been permitted to incorpo rate them in tho official copy of his report, I'.niancipatiou and ("ompensMlou. Tho President in his message assumes, says tho Uarrisburg ratriol and Un...

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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