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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 August 1866

hc dpotumbinn, AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, M rCIlUSllliU CVEltY gATCttDAV, IN niaomiliufg, Columbia Count)-, ln. -! I rr.n.us. Two Dollars n yrnr, In mlvimco. If not paid In etui vnncn, Two Dollnl & ntnl l-'lfty (Vnts. Address nil lrttora to arcman it, Moonn, HJItor of tlio Colu.miiiax, Uloomsuurg, Columbia County, l'n. For tho Columbian, CHILDHOOD'S DREAMS. 11Y I.K.NNA r , Loxa-rAtiEti visions of my childhood's years, Where hnve ve fled 1 jJT t search for yo nmld tlio wlldwood bowers ; v . 1 WOO c mid tho urlght-hued Hummer flowers ; " ijf I bow my head ' Krocntchyour Inspiration from tlio sunset's Ijcant ; -ft seek yo In tlio morning's enrly gleam ; I mourn yc with n lovo Hint will not deem Your beauty dciid. 1 uY were so bright, so Glorious once, vo lent r. A rlinrni your own ,to every rosebud by tlio jcphyrs bent iTo every lovo-tiota o'er by wnrblcr sent i To blrd-mnto flower. iVo enst it golden Jmzo o'er every fnr-otr hilt : (Found sweet-toned musla In tho gurgling rlllj ,-Anu ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, SATU11DAY, AUGUST 18, 1866. tun; okoihik ii. moohi;, r.niTtm. 11LOO.MH11U1UI, HATUKDAY, AUUL'KT 18, ISfiH, TIIE BRADFORD DESPOTISM BROKEN. Fon many years David Wllmot, of Frco Trndo memory, has ruled the County of Bradford according to the dictated of his Interests and passions. It has been a rule of proscription, intol erance, and selfishness lieyond any ox nmple In the history of this section of tho Commonwealth, but It has had the prcstlgo of success, and has been sub mitted to by hundreds, If not thousands, to whom It was both unwelcome and odious. Partisan Interests, tho pressure of tho war, and other causes have con spired to extend and perpctuato an evil domination, and to induce food men c'en to yield it countenance and encouragement. It has been upheld and made strong because to mnny it ap peared to bo (under tho circumstances) connected wlth'publlc Interests of tran scendent importance, nnd sometimes with the existence or unity of tho coun try it...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOQMSBTJ11G , SATU11DAY, AUGUST 18, 1866. 'T LOOAL 1NTELLIGEN0E. Motto for tlio editor of tlio Rcpubll can" How uso iloth breed ft Imblt in n jumi r KSVii.liam 1j. Haddock & Co., dettl- fp In Him (jroccrlet), No. 1 15 South Third wrcd ( opposite tlio u mmi Jiank), tLllttilulphlii. GAllDNKH, llr.MMlN'Ufl, AND CO.'S Circus niul Van Aiiilmrojh and Co.'s Mmmiioth Menagerie1 give un exhibi tion here on Thurtstlny next. I - ..1 n. ... I .1 iun Hiiowmg wiu singular liiiuii.-iiiuii ojwords, It U stated that the first ru Jiinrk or Mercitr after tho confirmation of Mr. Clark was, " Hem me, John 1" Tin: statements of the Republican as to '.he circulation of tho Columman nro easily falsified by referring to our boolw. Our subscription list Is rapidly Increasing. Last week wo received thirty-seven now subscribers. Kino David, of tlio J)cmocral and Star, admits jhat he lias much to learn. Granted. Wo suggest to him privately Instills connection that before Indulging largely In...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 August 1866

THE COLUjMBIAN, BLOOMSBUllG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, I860. SWEETS OP -WOMAN'S LIFE. A n.uir. tit rckt eiv n mother's breast, Too young to hiiillo or wop, Conscious of naught liut mother's love ISo sweet Is Infant's Bleep. A el.lld nt play In mcadows-grccn, Plucking tho fragrant tlnwers, Chasing tho brlght-wlngM litittcrrtlcs Bo ftwt aro childhood's houre, A mnlilcii fulr ni early dawn, Itadlcnt wltlr every grace, (Hndil'tilng tho eyes th.it lo ilt on her Mo sweet Is beauty's face. A softly blushing, downcast loolc, Murmur of startled ilove, Answering another's tender words So sweet Is hinldc,n'sIovc. A whlte-rnled virgin l.neellng low, lleforu Owl's altar Isiws, Forever Joln'iltwo hearts nnd hands Bit sweet are- marriage vows. A youthful mother bending o'er Iter first-born beauteous boy, Forever liers till death shall part Bo sweet n mother's Joy. A matron In life's Autumn-tuiip, With young life clustered, o.cr, Iter children's children clnp her knees Mo 1 leh U Autumn's store. An need...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 August 1866

T ST It fit n I inn It inn. I VNi' t V -if V I Oil) v Ml(i) - AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, j, H riMLmlriu eyehV tUTfnii.vv, im jjllloom'lmrtf, t'nliliiltiln Count)-, In. MM T!;UM'. 'iTwo Dollnri n yenr, In ciclvmico. If not M In iiJvSncc, Two pollnrs nwl I'lfl' Ccuti. lilurins nil letters to Sk cieoikii: ii. Mooiti:, IMIIor of Hip (.'oi.fMlit.vv, ltloniiHburi;( Columbia County, l'n, VOL. T.-XO. 17. ttLOCfllSMJIlG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, I860. I'll I OH FiVH CENTS. mm of gdwrlising. imp Wttnro. oti of tfirN Ifi-Tllon., , $1 50 Marti nnlmfinrnt IhMtiit.n low tlian tlilrtit'ii, )neH)Uuri!oii inoutli 2 M i wo " ' It ) Tin " " ft W I'our " " i (I W llnlf column " ...... 10 00 One column " ..... . 13 CI Kxecutor'n nnd Ad(nlnl-trtor' Notice 3 00 Auditor Not I'm 2 M I-'dltorlnl Not low twenty criits pr line, Otlirrnilvrrll-cmcmts Itwttut iircorillnglors cliileoiitnict. UNION RES TORATION AND PEACE ADDRESS OF THE NATIONAL UNION CONVENTION. THE I'OXVKNTION'S MmUATlOX 1 OF l'ltlM-ll'liltt. The Grande...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 August 1866

rf lJ IU -e.'JJU IS T THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUllG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1S66. 1 nient nro now exerchwd, common pru tlcnco compels us to anticipate augment ed discontent, n sullen withdrawal from tlio duties and obligations of tho Feder al Government, Interiml dissension, and ft general collision of pcntlmcnts nnd pretensions which they renew, nnd In n htlll moro fearful shape, the civil war from which wo havo Just emerged. We roll upon you to Interpose your power to prevent the recurrence of sotrunseen- ilnnt n calamity, wo win upon you in every Congressional district of every Btnte, to sccuro tho election of members, who. whatever other (inferences may characterize, their political action, will unlto In recognizing the right of every State of tho Union to representation In Congress, and who will tulnilt to seats In either branch every loyal Reprcsen tntlvo from overy State In nlleglanco to the aovernment, who may bo found by ouch House, in thu exercise of the pow er conferred upon i...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 August 1866

THE COLTTMDIAN, BLOOMSBlftLlG? SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1806. L00AL INTELLIGENCE. D' JcKiou, ai'ull thluvw." "T-h-u-l-v le-s." Will the Democrut and Star In form llta roailOM where wo can llml tholr quo. irouoii, "it i well with line, my broth- InVilliam L. jr.umoeK A Co.. tlenl- fore in flno groceries, No. 110 South Third Street (omKMlto tlio Cllranl Hunk), iThllntlulphlti. S. Fiianic Lathiioi', of the Into Lo JEnyHvllIu Union, has commenced the iiubllertUoii of n jtajier at Aton, Hrsirt- "ford C'oUlitvv on H 1 1 1 thn Athena Hfimh. "Until. il'nia Congressional District was repre sented In tlio l'hlladeliihla Convention byv Colonel Klhanaii Smith and C. L. ."Vard, Esq., or Bradford County, and General W. II. Knt and John K. iOrotz, Esq., of this county. JSfcmi 1cm0cn(t s''"''i hi repeating ilie falsehood of tho Jlejmtilicwi about ,oiir circulation, Is performing its ue .'V'Guatomcd biulnc'iM of second llddlo to lJolin. It echoed tho muile of it friend with lively admiration, and drppn ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 August 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, DLOOMSBUllG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866. BABY ON TIT.E POUCH. OPT on (lie porch, by the open door, Sweet Willi roses nnd ronl Willi shade, llnhy Is rrceplna over the Amir Dcnr 111 llo winsome bluc-c cd maid. All ntwiit her the idimlovrs dnnrc, All nbnvc her the roses Miliar, Hunbenuis In llin lattice Kbinee, Kobhis up 111 the brunches fltiR. Up nt Ilia blossoms her IIiieci leach, Lisping her plcndlnn In broken words, L'ooIuk nwny In her tender speech Hours like the twltlrr of ncslllinr birds, I'rerntug, rrci-pliiR over llic floor, Soon my blrdln will dud her wring. l'Tuttcrhu! out nt Hip oprii donr Into llio wonderful wmld of things. llloom of rosc nnd bnlni of .lew, llroohs Unit linliblo mid winds that rail, All Ihhiirs lovely nnd Kind nnd new, Anil l'allicr watching lis over It nil. AGRICULTURAL. licit Ilrrtds of Cattle for Dnlry Purpose. A wiiiTiut on dairy stock In llio Murk I.nno KrjircAS thus nil inks to tlio lirowN most in esteem in Grwit ilrlliilii: "Of breed-)...

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

On 7? 3hc (Jolumbian, INDEPENDENT? JOURNAL, ' 11 I'UnUMlCD EVERT HTCnUAY, IN Illaomitmrf , ColnrAtjl County, Pk, Two Dollar ft year, 111 hdvertco. If hut paid 111 Vdvnnec, Two tic-liars and my Contj, Addroes Jl lettefi to ClHOltdK lt.-MQOUK. Alitor Of tlio COLUMBIAN, itloombnrg, Columbia County, Pa, Swrnui of gducriisiiyj. One Bqutrc.ona or tliri IniwrtlohKA II CD Kneh nuloiixiuont InKortlon Ioha tlinu thlrtrwii. Olio Squaro ono moutU .i,-.......u 2 1 Two " " i 310 Thrro " ." ... 5 Kour " " fl CO Half column " 10 CO Ono column " -...lA OA Kxccutor'A and AdtnlnlMrator'a Notice 3 W Auditor's Notlccsi 1 60 Kdllorinl Notices twenty cent ier lino. Other advertisements Inserted according to ipe clal contract. BLOOMSBURGr, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 18GG. VOL. I.-NO. 18. PRICE FIVE CENTS. lie' 0 nhni)ln .iii :tt t a - tart" t J ; J ti!' it W 1 Ah fl!" fit' 4t Kor tho Columbian. 111 - -FADELESS. 11Y M.J.J. "'TWA only a box of fowled flowcM, And a treiw of iUrk-1irown hair, 'that 1WM bvlUgly Kef...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 September 1866

V 'j J 1 It?' i. r. 3 if THE COLUjMEIAN, BLMSBUllGrSAtUiltpiY,-'SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. hc dpolumb ram . (ir.diuii! tt. mioiti:, r.niToit. IILOlUtfUltlltfl, HATtUtllAY, HHIT. I, 11. THE CONGRESS QUESTION. Committi-.d, 111 vli'W or all of our convictions mid oplnliMiH,- ngitlnst tlio re-election of Mcrctir to Congress, wo litivo looked with Interest If not anx iety upon nil movements nnd discussion concerning the selection of his untiigo nlHt. And wo nro now glud to announce the iirobahllity Unit Hon. William Kl well, President Judge of thin Judicial district, will ho named as such with a fair prospect of election. Ujxiii looking oyer tho wholo Held, and giving due consideration to the antecedent and views of men who urn In Kiiimrirf n ITn- Ion candidate, no morn iiniimnrlntn mul acceptable nanio can he suggested. With tummes oi a high order, lie luwu record of past service anil of nersonnl conduct which will recommend him to all Con- t-ervutlvo Union-loving and patriotic. . men, whether ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 September 1866

THE COLTMiBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1366. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. Not at all uppropi late- The Marty" the A'orti. 1 1 . Villiam j. Maddouk & Co., deal cm In lino groceries, No. 1 15 South 'J'lilrtl Struct (opposite the Cilnud Hani:), 1'hlladelphlu. H. O. AViintu.nit'rt International Clr rn performs hero on Friday next. Wo Imvu never wltno.:K'd Its performances, and so aro unablo to speak as to Its inerltt!. Jinur.v Diull. .lohn Wolf, of this place, U agent for tho Jersey Drill. FarmuM In Locust, lllnom, and other townships huvo purchased of him and arc testing its merits. Tnu Uloonisburg Lumbar Companay havo erected n plaiiliig-inill near the railroad In Fast lUoonnbtirg. Those lu want of llooriug boardsorothordrcssud material can eonsttlt J. .1. Hobblns or Fred. Kyer. Tin: Wyoming Canal Company nro building a new .aqueduct over Fishing Creek, near Itupert station. Tho Super intendent, William !. quick, long known on the North liraueh, is tho right man to forward no ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 1 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, ELOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. "WHAT I'VE SEEN IN MY JREANS, hy li. ii'. thact. titM't w'rtiyln ny dreams, a woman' Whoso form'illsplttyctl every grace, Whllo Intelligence, feeling, and passion' Illumined her beautiful fnc. Hilt though conscious sho was of possesilnK All the charms Hint tiro fount! In humnulty, In this lady I saw In my dream There was nothing of pride, or of vanity.' fhnvc also set-tvlivmy tl reams A man, ns bold ns a Hon, I Of tho proudest stock In tho land' A noblo nnit Ilenrrlshlng scion And yet In n manner so gentle, To tho lowly as woll as tho high; You would lore Win tho moment you' saw lilnV, Ami met tho Mil glance of Ills eye.- 1 have also seen A statesman Hlep forth at hi country's behest', Who was alilo to pilot a nation In tho way that Is wisest and licst. Dot yet, though ho leil on tho people;. Who willingly fbllowcil his call, Ho snrltlccd nothing to party, For to hlui his country was nil.- 1 Havo even seen In my drcamtr An hen...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 September 1866

tons of clwritoiruj. One Hounre, one or tlirie ln.-itlon,...,.. Jl fyj Hath uWUint Insertion Irs tlinu thirteen. Ono Square one Inotilli j fn Two " 8m Throe " ' mi h c 'our " -........., eiO Half column " iu ij One. roHiinn " ,n Kxeeutnr's nnil Administrator's Nolle ft to Auditor's Notices 3 w Kdltorlat Notices twenty cent jn-r line. Other advertisements Inserted according to sr clal contract. Mviuwe, Two Dollars Mid Fifty Cents, Adxkeu nil Utter to oEonnn it. moom:, Kdltor of tlio Colummax, Illoomsburg, Columbia County, l'n. VOL. I.-NO. 10. BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, I860. PHIOE FIVE CENTS. &hc (IpoIumbiaiT, X INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, M runLMiiio r.vtmr hatciiiiay, ih Bloomsburg, ColnmblA County, Pa, TtatMA. Two DoUnrt e. year, bi advance. If not paid In HT it I m ittfti iit Wy IP l w fll )p f If W4 DRIFTING. Is there rest for n burdened soul f Is there eaen for n storm'tossed bnrkf Is there light where dentil's surges roll? Will Ood nuldo tno across the dark? Vor oh I It I...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, ULOOMSBUHG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1SG6. Convention emanating spontaneously Jrom Uio grout nines of tlio people. I trust iiml hoio that my futuro fiction may bo such that younnil thoConventlon yon represent may not regret tho assur ance of conlUluucu you havo expressed. Before separating, my friends, ono ntul all, commlttco and strangers, please ac cept my sincere thanks for the klml manifestations of regard anil respect you Imvo exhibited on this occasion. I repeat tlmt I Blmll always continue to bo guided by a conscientious conviction of duty, nnd that always gives me cour age, under tho Constitution, which I have inndo my guide. At tho conclusion of tho President's remarks, threq enthusiastic cheers were given for Andrew Johnson, and thrco more for General Grant. Tho Prcsldont and General Grant then retired arm-in-arm, Hnd were immediately followed by the committee and andiencc. OEOItClU II. MOOKK, KMTOK. Ii;.00I8UUltO, RATUKDAY, HV.1T. 8, lsoa. GENERAL GRANT SLAND...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJ11G, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. IosT Last oviMiltitf, a luilr braid, In going to or from tlio ulroiw. A liberal rcwitril will bo pulil by leaving lt.it tills jOfllcv. Foil saIo nt l'oter Etit's Store, nt Lltrlit Street, ono thousand barrels pure Avliolo Cider Vinegar. Aluo, twenty empty elder barrels. jNViLtUM L. Maddocic & Co., denl fcra In line groceries, Xo. UA South Third ., Street (opposite tho Olrurd llanlc), .IVhlladelphla. II. llunsberger, near tho American Ilouse, lnw tin extensive .wortincmt of fclgaM, tobaeeo, etc. His cigar uiitl mnokjiig' tobacco (tho extent of our In dulgence In the weed) we lmvo found excellent, and his stock of chewing to bacco shows u careful selection. Our enterprl.-lng fellow-citizen, 11. II. Stohner, keeps! paco with thu spirit of Improvement, and Is constantly adopt ing something new to please tho public. He keep on hand a supply of fresh oys ters, and serves them up to suit tho taste, or furnish...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 8 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS13U11G, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. THE WORLD IS FULL OE BEAUTY. TltKtiE Is beauty In tho forest, Where tho trees nro green nml fnlrj There Ih beauty In tho mcmliw, Where the flowers scent the nlr j Tlwre la beauty In the sunlight, And the soft blue brniu nlxwe i Oh I tho world Is full of bcanly When tho heart Is full of love I Thero Is beauty In tho fountain. Hinging Bayly nt tho piny, While rnlnls-w hurt nro gtlttoriti-r On Hi silvery i shining spray ( Thero Is lienuty In the streamlet, Murmuring Boftly through tho grove J Oht the world Is full of lienuty When the henrt Is full of lovo I Thero Is beauty in tho moonlight When U leer upon tho Ren, While the blue, fimm-crcsted billows Diinco ond frollo Joyously ; Thero Is lienuty In tho lightning gleams That o'er tho ilnrlt waves rove ; Oh I the world Is full of bounty When the henrt Is full of lovo I Thero Is bennty In tho brightness llcnmlng from n loving eye, In tho warm blush of nlTectlon, In tho tenr of sym...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 September 1866

She Columbian, An independent journal, is ruuLimiau cviiiy saichuay, in aloomibnr(r, Columbia. Comity, Pat TUIt.MS. Two Tkrilars i year, In advance. If not pidd In 5 mliance, Two Dollar and Fifty Cents. Aildrces all letter) to fli'onai: it. moouk, JVlllnr of IIjo CoLVMniAJf, Hloonnburg, Columbia County, fn. 1 1 ilK 1 Mi Mtf I w h , h n . a s m m m m m nil iRai a VOL. I.-XO. 20. BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, I860. PRIOR FIVE CENTS. 1Y 'ij- ra. its nc ITO so r ind Sl. ,-' i cli- I IT, I or lnn our if, I !! of by A tin. Mil lrw for nn. '. r. In i no. My CUF- int irtl&r .IHCI-, Uin- fori yenr, exlr uenU l' mo-i-ntlr msll. liillir, II U tlial ot tw Itlcnl, It tllti slti-M rtlid, aiy. t Kos illy.nt Jltlun, ed on I Illicit- inston -a from ghliig II I.M- 0 Kdl .iy, tlm H of An- 1 from OMHtblO 'a n' s Hum- of tilt lb mit- k'S In .rru nil to II il ib nn r. Of Till nequsl- on Kit. USB t ot, nm' oach. 11 ubIUIW f nun I; to llllfl- nml In our law ri-cel-r-l licrpuru riant In SynopJ Lck...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 September 1866

QUO 11(11 11. MOOIU, KDITOU. HLOOMSUUttO, BATUHUAY, SUIT. 15, ISM. the REPRESENTATIVE QUES TION. We rIvo this week, from tho Demo crat ami Star, tho documents connected with tho recent Introduction of Colonel Tuto before tho people as a eaiidIdat,for Assembly, mid from the Danville jfJlfW ligencer tho rejoinder of Captain Chal fant. Thus tho wholo subject Is pre sented, nnd our readers will bo enabled to judge It upon its merits. In addition. wo will publish, next week, a paper signed by a number of citizens with drawing their names from tho recom mendation In favor of Colonel Tate, ns published In tho Democrat and Star. In republishing tho recommenda tion wo omit all tiro names appended to it In tho Democrat ami Star except a tow of tho leading ones, because It ap pears that many of tho signatures were unauthorized or obtained by misrepre sentation. Tho omission wo coneelvo to bo an act of Justlco to tho gentlemen concerned. CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTA TIVE. From (ho Deinocrnt nnd Sta...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 September 1866

THE COLUMIAN, 13LOOMSBUIIG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1806. Hi- m iua tho to . CO no Us, cr-u- no lies Ibl- rof he CHS i list III I) ro- Intl Hid lliu II 6 1 bo can r w lut tMlt M lay Jlf. Ul'8 I. 11 LOO AL INTELLIGENCE. For snlo at Pclor lint's store, at Light Street, one thousand barrels tmro kvholo Vinegar Cider. Also, twenty empty elder barrels. William L. Maddock: & Co., deal- flora In line groceries, No. 115 South Third !"fiiriul, inniioslto tho Olrnrd limit . Philadelphia. Tin: Itev. John Cromllsh will deliver n Temperaneo Lecturo In tho Lutheran IClittrcli, In this place, on Thursday evening next. Tlio public aro respect Ifully invited to br3 present. . , .' Protiieu Iiieler's frequent and 'prolonged Interviews with 1. John iVltnvu at last borno fruit In a bolt from v"J'tlio Pt;niocrtitle nomination of Hepro- '('Bcntatlve. " llehold how good and how ? pk'iHaut a thing It l.s for brethren to dwell togethsr In unity." Tho happy '"'l accord which may exist between l.mll- call...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 15 September 1866

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