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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 14 December 1861

I i inny "in mi i'i'"ff ww COLUMBIA DEMOCRVC John G. Freeze, Local Editor. tATURDAY MOHNWO, liEOEBEIl 14, 1601. 8 To-iaorrow ia tlio Third Suuday in Advent. Ten destroyed in Boston Harbor, lOtii Deo., 1773. Feast of Tebct 5010 years Before. Christ. Washington buried December 18. 1700. Battle of Niagara fought December 10,1 1813. Landing of tho Filgrims at Plymouth, Dec. 30, 1020. Winter begins, December 21 st. :o: iSf John Snyder, late Sheriff, returned ' , i r . . , ; to Ins tarm in Urauge on last luesday, ,r j rc . , tin itrn a n rrnnri nffifl.,. nr.,ntA,l,Tnn nnil au if m uti., i,&.. uuu .... I a clever man, At the end of his second term he retires honorably to tho pleasures . of a private life, and the occupation of a f,,., '"Bier. tray- Sheriff Furman received from Mr. Snyder severs! boarders. Among them a couple of boys who stole a horse from Mr. B, Jncoby, of our town, latt Sunday. They were followed to Danville, overhauled, arrested and committed. Wo refrain from giving ...

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. — 14 December 1861

StgucuUuu, KEEIUNG APPLES.-NEW MKT110D. Mr. M. It. Thompson, of Mifflin co., Fa., in n loiter to tlio American Agiicul- 'Kris', describes his method of keeping choice- apples which appears to he worth noticing. Ho packs thcin in barrels or largo hoses, surrounding each applo with common dry ground gypsum (plastor of Paris.) This is readily dona thus; Put into the bottom of tho barrel, or bps, an inch of plaster and then a layer of Bpplcs, kocping them from contact with each other and an inch from tho side all round. Sift in more plaster to fill up the paces and cover the whole ncaily an inch. Then add another layer of apples and mom plaster, and ao on to the top. Thu platter clu ployd is, we suppose, tho common ground plaster for fertilizing not the oalcined mod for making casts, models, etc. The former is cheap in most parts of ihe coun try, costing from S3 to 810 per tun. Of course the plaster is just us good for ap p'ication to the field after being used du ring Winter for packin...

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. — 21 December 1861

DEMOCRA MA FT1 3 I AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. 2 00 PER ANNUM", "TO HOLD AND TRIM THIS TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 15-NO. 42. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY DECEMBER 21, 1861. VOLUME 25. 4 1 Mil COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. PUBMSIIKD EVEnr SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. IH BLOOMSBt7RGt COLUMBIA COUNTY, .M. ofIToe tit t$ nito Brttk tiuUiing, pppesUa the Etthanpt, (y tlit eftht Cuurt Jibuti. "Democratic thai Quantr," TERMS OF SUBSCKIVTIO.V. 91 00 In advance. Tor one copy, fur six monthi, t 75 In advance, for ona copy, one year. U OD If not paid wllhin tlie fimt tlirec month. U 23 If not palil within the firat all months. 50 Knot paid wllhin the year. Q7 No subscription taken for lets than six monthi, a J no paper dlt continued until all arrearage! ahull hau been paid. E7 OrdlfiarvAovtRTMtMKTi ifiiprted, and Joa Work tccutcd, at the festahiishedpncck Original JPoctrii, Fir lilt Celumlla Democrat. "Contribute to the Oaring Few." O...

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. — 21 December 1861

is ? I ' I 1 KM V t r-' V .w. ? n 'i i i hi 4 an 4, rv t. t II, - Culumliia Jnuncrnt SUITED ST LEVI L. TATE. rHomiETon. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MOHNINO, DECEMBER 21, 1661. OUR OOUNTRY'S rLAO. Uod or ecu FA-rnmsl In th) rt&tae W ns.ll cur 3l.iriJrJ tmhe i.-st Tn conqusr or to tile. We claim No greamlionor. While llw Ltait Of civil ittlf sweeps o'er tlj land. We'll strike thefoe Mm dares to mar Our lately ensuri, and nt'll sunil A wall cf Are to guard each itar. l.t oi then tn hie each thread of the glorious tissue of our country's flag about out lieail-stritigs, and looking upon our homes, nnd calf-lilng the spirit that breathe apon us from the ualtlc-flelils of our r&tnerg, let us re sulvelbat, come weal or woe, we will In life Rtnl ia They hate floated over our cradles, let it be our prayer and our struggle that they shall float over our graves, 'i'hey have been unfurled from the mows of Canada tu Jeath, now noa forever, stand by trie stars and stripes, the Dlains At New U...

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. — 21 December 1861

John G. Frcfzc, Local Cdllor. SATURDAY MORNINO, DEOEMBCIl 21, 18S1, To-morrow is tlio Fourth Sunday in Advent : and tho almauao prophesies n raging snow storm. Great firo at Washington, December 2a, ieci. ' Treaty of Pcaco signed, December 21, 1811. Christmas Day. Battle of Trenton fought December 20, 1770. St. John the Evangelist's Day. Foast oftho Holy Innocents. r.rL.-.l ... . mu-xuuiui rieo, negisjer ana Iieooruer of Columbia County has two sons, in the army. That is pcirhaps a sufficient answer to the slanders with which he has been assailed. EST Tho friends of Elder J. 0. I'es K1.Y, Uaptist Minister of Uloomsburg, do uign giving him a donation visit on Christ mas day. All are respectfully invited to attend. CSjJ" Lieut. Charles 11, lirockway is in Bloouuburg recruitiug. Now is tho time lor those valient gentlemen who abused him last spring. Lieutenant Drockwav is in fine health and fpirits, and may remain here for somo weeks. W'c welcome him back. SSr "The l'liilobiblian," by ...

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. — 21 December 1861

Farmer's Contributions. In response to an imitation published Inst Spring, for contributions from our "practical Farmers," for tlio Agricultural Department of tho "Columbia Democrat," soma unknown correspondent, forwarded us tho following brief and appropriate communication. Unfortunately for all. parties, it was mislaid and only recently turned up in our sanctum. We ehall bo pleased to bear frequently from him or any other of our correspondents. Editor Col. Democrat. Fur (At Vtmccrat. COAL ASHES. This article is often thrown away, whero if saved, might be used very profitably several ways. Coal ashes when put around peach trees to tho depth of ten or twelve inches, pro vents tho tree from being destroyed by worms, and aids the treo in growth, Trees with coal ashes around them are found to bear much better than those whioh have none. It also may be applied to other kinds of fruit trees with good ef fect. Coal ashes is very good when put on low heavy land ; it keeps the ground loose ...

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. — 28 December 1861

COLU OCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. $2 00 PER ANNUM. "TO HOLD AND TIIIM TIIK TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 15.--NO. 43, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY DECEMBER 28, 1861. VOLUME 25. OOLUHBIADEH00BAT. PUBLISHED UVEHY SATU11DAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. IN BLOOMSBUnO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, .FA, 0 fITc E In ti n$ie Urttk likUding, oppotUt tht V.tthangt, fy tidt oflht Court em. "Dimotratic Head iiuatttri," terms or stnisciurxio.v. 91 0) la advance, for one enpy. for six months, 1 73 In advance, fur one copy, one enr. il Ud If not paid within tliu tirst threw month, U 35 If not paid within the tlNt six mouth. Vi 3d tf not mid within the year, Cy No subscription taken for less tlmu six months, ftuil do pap.T discontinued until all arrearages shall huve bgeu paid. C? Or J InarvA ovkhthejiksti Inserted, and Jud Work oxveuUd, at the oslablishedpricus fcia&vsMtrsmjjaEcra (Original lPoctiiit ror tht Vvtumbia Demotrat, Our Couuti y ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 28 December 1861

((Tit I trtttlti it 1blittT Hi ml' sar" A cnreful roailinS of tlis P""!-1 Tho Latest War News. Uiyll I II IUU 1 U ri'CllllUi llll icgsof Congress up to this timo would I Tlio most important intullieonco ha (creato the impression that this was a s;j- crowded upon us witbin tlio pait few days ciat session, caucu :or uie purpose 01 con- from cvcry fjQnfto,., yrom Knglmiil wo , Metering matters exclusively appertaining bavo, by tho arrival of tho Europe panic to tilt "colored 101KS.' ulars of tho fiction of tlio Itritisli Onvcrn The interest of the white man appears to have sunk into insignificance. Every sDrrr.n by hr.vi i.. tatk, rRorniETOit, BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 28, 1661. OUR COUNTRY'S rL AO. mcnt upon the arrest of M ason and Sit- dell ; and if these first accounts arc rolin Abolitionist IS loaded to tho muizlo With bio. a war with that t-ovcrnmrml smith in ' negro resolutions. Henry Wilson wants evitablc. 1'rom tho South wo have the them all let out of jail. W...

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. — 28 December 1861

COLOMBIA DEMOCRAT. John G. Freeze, Local Utlltor. Saturday MoniMNo, deoemdeu 28, 1861. EG?- John Doss, the grandfatlier of tho Editor of tbii column, now aged about Eighty-Hvo years, i getting four now double lectb. Wo venture to say tberc arofew,if any examples of tho kind on iceord. VST Lieut. Wilson of Col. Angeroth's heavy artillery, stationed at Camden, roarchod off a dozen Columbia county loV3, who had volunteered, on Thursday morning last. The Lieut, is a wholo soul- ed fjllow and knows bow to take 'cm. ;0; tST The following i the result of the election in Illinois for members of tho Constitutional Convention : Democrats, Republicans, Total, qjj 20 ' !o: MsT Tho name of tho "Shamokin Rank" has been altered, by the County Court, to cgy Catt. W. II. Ent. Tho official that of "Northumberland County Rank," report of the Draiusvillo engagement an but remains at Shamokin. To avoid mis- nouuees that the Sixth regiment reserves, takes, peoplo will do well to remember to J wbieh evide...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 28 December 1861

Qlgticulhuc, rUKPAltATION OP BONKS FOH USE. Eds. Coitntiy Gentleman : In your paper of Nov. 14, jou risk for a practical nml iucxpcnslvo tuctliotl of preparing bones for use. I will givo jou my way, which is bo simple that, although I havo prac ticed it for years, I should not linve thought of parading it Id your colunms, but for your inquiry, and nlao becaus our friend Howard, of the Cultivator, who no tices and remembers everything practical and useful, commended it iu his last week's paper. I set an old cask, with one head, in some convenient spot back of the house, in the spring, and of tho bones which have accumulated through tho winter, I throw in enough to oovcr tlio bottom ; then en ough of unlcached ashes thoroughly to cover them j Ihon another layer of bones, then ashes, and bo in alternate layers un til tho cask is full. On top is placed a sufficient covering of ashes, loam or char coal dust, to prevent thecscapo ofanygas. I visually wet down tho ashes as I proceed, and l...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 4 January 1862

EMOCRAT AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, Editor. 2 00 PER ANNUM. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THIS TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'Ell THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 15.-NO. 44. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY JANUARY 4, ISO: VOLUME 25. COLUMBIA D Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to mo ilirocti'il if sued nut of the Court of Common Finns ofCuliimliU nullity, l'ciinn , will bu exposal to public sale, lit llii! Court llouso In llluomshurg.ou WED NESDAY Tin: wtii hay or januaky, mm, nt one o'clock In tho afternoon, the following piojierty, to wit : All thine five town lots In tho town of llubloville, in I 'aver Valley. Columbia county niil S Into r l'cunsylva. ula at the foot of the .McCiuloy Mountain said lots be ing numbered in thu suivey or draft of sal. I town, in ot.N'o3, one, two, throe, four niul five, lying contiguous, situali; on the North Hast corner of sixth ami McCaulcy Streets, anil In I'iot number one, tho said live lot front tiii; two hundred ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 4 January 1862

n Cultunbia Dnnntrnf UD1TRD ST LEVI I.. TATK, MlOrRlCTOH. BLOOMSBURG, PA. DATUHDAY MORWINO, JANUARY 4, 186J. OUR OOUHTRY'S TLAO. (Jov or ovn. FATncmt In thy name V nail our Standard to tin mail Tc csnqjcr or to tile. We claim No greater honor. While tliii blast 'Of civil strife en-iope o'er the land, We'll strike tho foe who dares to mar Our lovely ensign, and we'll stand A wall of tiro to guard each ttar. L ne then twine each thread of the glottoue tlssueof out country' flag about our henrt-strlugs, and looking vponu honwe, and catching the eplrit that breathea ' unonuifromtliebattlo-fieldiorour father., letue re - ilrelhat, come weal or woe, wo will In life and in deuth. uuwnnd forever, stand by tho stare and etrlpcs. . They have floated owr nur cradles, let u lie our prayer Fiad our atmggle that they shall float over our graves. They have been unfurled Irom the riiowa of Oanndn to tin plama of New UrleaiK, mid to Die halls of Hie Mon- aorrow and of penury for ourlips, and wlthhan...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 4 January 1862

r,. , r 'TWKKT.H m on? F ,V COLilBl A jmOCRAT, John 0. Freeze, Local Editor, SATURDAY MOIIHINB, JANUARY 4, 102. CST To-morrow U tho Second Siinilny nftcr Christmas. Washington married, January 0, 1709. President Fillmoro born, January 7, 1800. Battlo of Now Orleans fought January 0, 1315. Linnacui died. January 0, 1778. Saint'PttuI was imprisoned 10th Janu ary, 00. Dr. Dwight died, January 11, 1917. Es5Fraud Stohner havo dissolved partnership. Stohncr continues tho buu nusi. Call and sco him. -:o:- (ST The Swlis Hull ltingers paid our1 town a vwit on Wednesday evening last, and gave ono of their unique entertain-1 menta to a crowded House. The boys behaved as iwual. IS2r Il is not yet too late to tend ono , dollar and fifty cents to James Gr. Gregory,' Publisher, No. 40 Walker street Now York : aud get in return "Dickens Christ mas Stories" in two volumes; with illus-j trations by Darley. They are "A Christ ines Carol," ''the Chimes,'' "tho Cricket on the Hearth," "the Battle of Lif...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 4 January 1862

agriculture !S DISEASES FROJI AMMONIA IN STABLES. Notliiijg is moro common than discuses, among cattle, especially horses, arising from foul ".tables. ITnrsp.s nrn more troul)- ' led with it than cows, probably from the , tart thfit flinir .Itinc 10 frnttnrnlltr rtedtiM- fLTlfl undorgocs a tuoro rapid fermentation, throwing out ammouia in largo quantities. In a close stablo the gas is go strong that tho oyes aro painfully effected with it. This is an alkali, and is classed among tho most powerful stimulants, tho constant respiration ot winch predisposes to tlio ol factions of tho lungs. The strength of tho gas may bo judged from tho odor that f , , i ii- arises from a common hartshorn smelling bottle, in many stables no provision whatever is mado to cuard the animals against this Subtle lioison. Tho floor is o ouu"" l' "" " always saturated with uritlO. atld tho pull- .1.. f .1.1- I. 1... ..cot Sm,,uui ui iuio fiau ,.iiiu,n Thero aro many cheap experiments within tho roach of most f...

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. — 11 January 1862

DEMOCRAT, AND -BLOOMSBUEG GENERAL ADVERTISES. LE.VI L. ME, Editor. "TO HOLD AND THI5I THE TollOII OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TIIE DARKENED EARTH. $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 15-NO. 45. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY. JANUARY II, im. VOLUME 25. COLUMBIA " 4 4,' v 4 :-( j COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. XN DLOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. 0 F FTC E in lAi ntic flrtrfc IBMiltg, opposite tie Euhangt, iy tide Ml Court Iloute. Vtmocratle Head Quartiri." TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 81 00 In mlvance, for one copy, for tlx month!. 1 75 In ndvnnce. for Olio cony, ono vcar. 3 00 If not paid within tlio Brsuhrco months. S 55 If not paid within tlio first tlx mouths. 3 SO If not paid within the year. K7" No subscription taken fur leu than six 'months, nud no paper diicontinued until all arrearates ihall Im a teen paid. E7- Ordinary AovsitTiscMMTa IniettoJ, and Jon Work xicutod. at the cstabllshcclpncek Select Woctvii From the Now York Ledger. The Game of Life-A. Hom...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 11 January 1862

0 . it I it in h i it D is in ot nil nDlTHDBT LEVI L. TATE, momtETOP. BLOOMSBURG, PA. SATURDAY MOBNINO, J ANUAMT 11, 1863. OUR COUNTRY'S FLAG. Cod or mm Fatuiss I in thy nama tVt nail our Standard totha mast To conquer or to die. W't claim Xogrtater honor. While the blast . k)t tii It strife sweeps o'er the land, We'll itrlke the foe who darts to mar "-?-Owlelyniijn, and we'll stand A nail of Ore to guard each star. fi Las ni.lhen twins tath thread of tha tloilous tissue of our eouulry's flat aboift our neatt-iiriugs, anu louhius ssoonour homes, rind catching the spirit that breathes upon ui from tho battle-fields of our fathers, tst us re solve that, come wsalor woe, vre will In life and in death, now and forever, stand hy the stars and ittipee. Taiy hare rloated over onr etadles, let it bo out prayer and our struigle that tlicy ehall float over our graven. Ther have been unfurled from the mows of Canada to the plains of New Orleani, and to the hall of ihe.Mon teiumat, and amid tho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 11 January 1862

ltMBWIWIVHlW'-W''''W'a" COjgBlAJljjiUT. John 0. Freeze, Local EilHor. fUTUItDAV M0IUMN0-, JANUARY 11, 1862. JST To-morrow is the first Sunday aftor Epiphany. Sloop of war, Lexington burnt January 13,18-10. lacc'ratified by Congress January 11 1794?f ' Rook of Common Prayer adopted, Jan uary 15, 1G 10. Ratflo of Corruntia fought, January 10, 1809;; ' BaTtlo of Cowpons fought, January 17, 178K' Dauiel.Web.iter born, January IS, 1782. :o: EOT Ovar twenty columns of the Phila delphia Evening Journal are filled with Shofiff'i Sales. ItEOEIPS TOlt DE0EM1JER TO TUB COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. CALENMAK FOR IS02. Tho following aro the receipts to tho oflloo oftho OotUMiiiA Dr.MOGUAT, during tho month of December, 1801 t Wm Bnyderdllloorn) 3 35 J I. Ricfil, 3 00 E&JHIcka, Jonn mien, tleorgo FUtctinatl, corgi Vnticc, John 0 Jacnhy, William Krlckh.iutn, Jesre llartinnti, Thomas Weaver, Hph F.vans", rr.. Samuel Johnson, Oeorga Oman, Alcxr .Hears, .M k a llarklcy, Judge llaldy, F.sau Oltton, Jacob Tro...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 11 January 1862

f I i I- &8vknl!ttrc. LOW HEADED FRUIT TREES. In trimming fruit trees, we should rt1 ways be careful to seeuro the trunk ironi IIia 'anHS C it... n ....... . . nnn QiImh 1, A fl iUU 11J Ul IUO OUIMUiCl BUM. UVIMI UUUkj by boiDg long permitted to come in con tact witn tno baric, is saw to scam tno circulating fluids, and thus causo many of the diseases which affect fruit trees in this climate. The foliago only should bo ful-1 ly exposed to the influences of heat, for ! that is capable of bearing it unharmed, J and oven to profit by it, when most in-1 tense. It has been asserted by distin-) guished terraculturists that trees which I arc permitted to branch out low say three or four feet from the ground are rarely nttactcd by "fire blight," "frozen sap j Might,' black spots, or other diseases of tho bark or limbs. There is also another adrantcge attend ing this practice. 'The soil is kept lighter, looacr and more free from weeds, and there is no necessity of mulching. Tho high wind...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 18 January 1862

COLU DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L. TATE, Editor. "TO HOLD AND TMJI Till? TOItOII OP TllUTII AND WAVE IT O'litt THE DAItKUNED EARTH." S2 00 PER ANNUM. MBIA VOL. 15-NO. 40. HD .fH PU11I.I8HEI) KVKtlY SATUItUAY, 11 Y LEVI L. TATE. JN BLOOMSBURG, OOLUMDIA COUNTY, PA. o fTo e tti the mm l)rlck IlvUiiiitg, cppesite the r.ithaxge, hij tldt of the Court Home. "Dentoeraltt Head Quarters." TKRSlS OP SUIlgCItlPTION. ?1 Of) In a Ivnnce, for 0110 copy, for six inontli. 1 7.1 In ndviiuca, for otic copy, ono yenr. OH If not pnlil wltliln tho lirft three tnonthi. 2 3.1 If notpnld within tlio flrt six months. 1 ill) If not mild wllhlil llicvcnr. O" No nUcrlptlon taken for tins than pit months ami no paper discontinued until nil arrearages eliall liavo been pniii. STi. xeeutcd, FIRST ANNUA. L MESSAGE OP ANDREW G. CURTIN, Xloveinor of I'eiwsylo.mia, lo both Ho'MS of the Legistilurc, )cal January 8, 18C2. In the Honorable the Scn'tte and Home of Rcji. icsenlatices uf the Commoniv...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 18 January 1862

orameod thai ths J.i-Rlf.Huie prompt hit purposa, Wd should b titnionlthod by means foi , recent In' lMlon from abroad, to ba prepared foi out own dc fsnss, as well an Fat thi suppression of domestic ltisur ffcciion i in stlcctthft A slUfota National Armory, IT tho pub lic food b alone considered, Pennsylvania Will bu pre furred, lit iho KlTutdt theeomblnrd ndvantsges of a ceD. trftl position, abundance of material, and skilled me chanics, and a people of undoubted loyalty. I commend to thi attention of the Legislature tS re- Sottof tho 8uperlntendnt qf the Public Schools, tlie outlining slate of which and the rapid progress of ed ucation are subjects of Just congratulation The report of tlio l.unattc llo-pltal at Ilarrlsburg and Of Vtt4Mi lVnnirltanln. nft.lr Hnurcs of Refuge at Philadelphia snd Pittburg, of the Institutions fortlio Deaf and liumb and Tor tlio llllnd, and the Northern 1 Home for Frli-ndleM rhildron, at Philadelphia, and cf the Pennsylvania Training school for Idiot...

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