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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 June 1866

Tntnn H JACOB? .iKELCR, hnblishflrj. TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY- Two Dollars per Annan in Advance. BLOOM S B URG, COLUMBIA CO., P A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1866. new struts VOL. 1. NO. 16- VOL. XXX- ( Ol CRIE8 0 aid nnw V JiiJi-JZ-LLX AL JIJ. JL-JXV Ji-V A -UL VIAL JJL-.JU- . jl: Jl1. - N u i THE DEiMOCRAT AND STAR ttBLISHED EVERY "WEDNESDAY, IBLOOMSBURG, PA., BY JACOBY &, IKELER. - TEBM3. 1 CO in advance. . If not paid till the Vnit ol the yrar. 56 cent additional will bi charged. XZf Kiapr di.eoirtimied ntl aU arrearages re paid ic pt at the opi ion of luc editors. - SITES OF ADVERTISING. 1U LIKKf COKSTtTCTSa A SO01BC. . . V)n aqnare na or thru. insertion ........... fl SJJ Trv .nhiroueiit insertion let tiian 13 oo l. Sx. 3m. , 6. It. .One square, .Two square, yhree -Toar square, Half rolumn. On column-. S.0 3 CO 3 Oo , I 5o() 5.00 J 7 00 6.1 0" 6.(0 10 . do I 12 00 la.oo - I oo- 4.00 6,10 14 00 2i,00 6 01 8.00 1.0 H.OU la oo 30 00 10 00 14.110 1S.00 23 0 38 00 50 83 Ex...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 June 1866

DBuOCRAT & STAR. tY. H. JACOBY A E. 2, IKELER, EDITORS. SLCDSSStSS, ffEDSESBAI.JCSE 1?, lSSS 8. M. PrrrswotU. Co h 37 Park Row New York ... nhnrifii to solicit and receive subscrip tions and advertising for the Dtmoerml frar, pub lished at Bloomaburg. Colombia county. Fa. FOR GOVERNOR. HON. WESTER CLYMER, OP BERKS COUNTY. Soldiers ConTention. As we stated iif our last, the Pitt?btirg Soldier's Convention waa intended to hum' bug the honest veterans into the rapport of the Abolition-anti-Johaon eaadidate for Governor. It was composed, says the Fitta- Ivcrg Pox "of hummers and loafers, some of whom, on Tuesday evening, displayed their valor in Lager Beer Saloons by abusing the bar-tenders, and refusing to pay for their beverages." These same men were the loudest in their cries of "loyalty" and de votion to the Union daring the war, and the most prominentia robbing the "Govern ment" and plundering southern citizens .whenever, a safe opportunity afforded it3elf. It wa3 fully underst...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 June 1866

MOGRT AND STAR, 3L-OCAI, -DEPARTMENT. ' " . r B L QOM S ; B .URGj XWcJrresday, June 13, 136G. . 'AKSWESa TO CQKHZ3EOND ENTS Joh T., of Ouangevillu. Your mat 'ter was attended to by u.s. ; W. K. The report you speafc of is coa :tradicted by -one who was present. T.; T. Our columns are not open for a diV 'cussion of the merits and dements of partic ular candidates. Let those thing: be settled vnta. tne people, by themselves. Ed We desire that all subscriptions to the hSTAU op tue. North be immediately seuieo. . . j w. 1. Jacoby. SO Our reaiefs will notice the change in hc taar kc Is. . We correct them weekly. JEST Matthew Wynkoophaa been appoint ed Collector, of State and County taxes, for -this (Bloom) township. Good appointment i ii m m m m i i 'tST Tie "Young Folks" of this place, Siave fixed Upcfti rfcrt Saturday, for another Pic-Nic. - -. ii i - si j "a - Z3" Pew Resting. The Pews of the Bloomsburg German Reformed Church, will be rented on Saturday afternoon, June 23d, at half pa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 13 June 1866

AGRICULTURAL, AHIiriCIAL3IANUEE3. I got a letter to-dzy from the agent of tie 4 13ot Tr:r-? Flour, " He does not like what t i : M-tr;! to the value of the article as a fertilizer. I ehouli really be very sorry if anything I may have said ehould discourage the'uoe of artificial manures. I had no such intention or desire. On the contrary, I -would do all that I could to favor their general in troduction. To me farming would be stripped cf one of its pleasures if I could not get arti tlScial manures. . I have used them more or Ies3 for over twenty years, and fully appreci ate their value. I know also the difficulty of manufacturing a good manure, and selling it at a price that fanners can afford to use it. I would encourage all honest efforts' in this direction. I would pay more, and would advise other farmers to pay more than the mantirss are actually worth for a year or two, in order to encourage their manufactory un til the business gets thoroughly established. I would Ehow no merc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 June 1866

NORTH. t nn H Jin A Two Dollars per Annum In Adrariccs JACCBX.& IKELER, PnMisberi. TRUTH AND RrQHT :GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1866. ISEtT SERIES j VOL. I- NO- 17- . VOI,. XXX. 1 SERIES. AMD STAR 0 t " - the .DEMOCRAT "AND STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, . IN BLOOMSBURG, PA., BY . J AGO BY 8c IKELER. TERMS, $2 00 in advance. If not paid till the "Vnd of In year. 58 rent additional will, be charged. E7 No paper discontinued until all arrearage re paid except at the opi ion of the editors. ; - RATES l)F advertising. ' 1H LIKi CONSn-TUTH A it)0R. One square "ne or three intertioni ....... Every subsequent inaertion lea. tuao 13.. spacc. . Ik. 2a. - 3m. 6k, . l 50 50 lY. j I0W 14.U0 One square. Two squares. Three- -Four squares. Half rol iimn. One column, 2.C0 3.0o 3,00 6.10 10. Oo 15 00 I 3 CO I 4 3 00 j 6 00 6 on 8,0i) lMO M,0D 18 00 30 00 6,10 'I 7.00 8,j0 18.00 SO 00 30 00 50 00 6.0 1-2 00 IK 00 I0,fo 14.00 2'J.UO Executor' and Adioi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 June 1866

DEMOCRAT & STAR. 3 TT. H. JACOBT E. B. IKELEH, EDITORS. BLCD5SBERG, WEDNESDAY, JliXE ID, 1866 a M. FrrranoiLL fc Co- 37 Park Row New York are duly authorised to solicit and receive subscrip tions and advertising for tbe Vtnttcrmt f Star, pub lisbsd at Bloomsburg, Columbia county. Pa. . FOR GOVERNOR, HON. WESTER CLYMER, ' or BERKS COUNTY. . The Sullivan Coal Field. The extensive coal fields of Sullivan Co. are likely soon to be opened up to market The Money Creek Railroad from Halls basin about four miles above Muney, is already graded a distance of eight miles,and will, at the rate the work is now progressing, be fin ished for a distance of twelve miles by the first of next month. II. It. Merhling Esq., the gentlemanly proprietor of the stage line, is superintending the work in an able manner and has high hopes of its early completion. Many of the ties are already on the ground, and the timber for the bridges oyer the en tire line is already prepared for building. The Road when ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 June 1866

1 i ; r DEMOCRAT AHD STAR. :: LOCAL. DEPARTMENT; BLOOMSBURQ : Wednesday, June 20, 1866. ; ANSWEB3TO CORBJJSPONDENTS ' ' ' f.: C. W.' -Yours of the 14th insf. , wis re 'ceived, and is satisfactory, but the original letter could not be found. We suppose it as destroyed with some refuse paper at the tune we moved our office. Orangeville Democrat. We desire your real name before publishing your com munication. Notwikh the intent of publish ing it in connection with your letter, but to Secure us from fraud or imposition. Your statements, if correct, are worthy of some attention. ; . . Henrie, of Plymouth. You are an entire rtranger to us; we would like to accommo date you with our paper, but surely you )ught to remit the money in-advance. . George S. We are taught that the clouds fly from about a quarter of a mile to a mile high. . : EST1 Dr. Jacob Schuyler advertises Lum ber .Yard in this" issue. JJ Our readers, who address us by letter, should be careful to notice, each week, our "answ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 20 June 1866

AGKICULTUBAL, . TLOTVIXGFOr.TOEAT. . . r.-rr-nr3 art? in tlie habit of jUasy oi our wiv - - - tlowin- but once tor we auuve crop uu though they admit the benefit of a second pi0nrr, always, excuse tbemselvca upon a - pleaofwantof time or sonic other like excuse : th'ey do- not seem to realize that their busi r nes3i3 to Invest as much labor on the putting in of their crops as they can with profit, and that it would be much better to invest their money in this way than in bank or govern- mnyarg that can et thcir "01?n1 'into just as good order by harrowing ; tins I deny, they may pulverize the surface so that at a superficial glancelt may seem to be in as good order, but a deeper and more careful examination will show that it is full of lumps " and unbroken clods, into which the roots cannot penetrate, But granting that they . can put the ground into as fine a condition by harrowing as I can by. a secoud plowing, I would still follow the practice, for lean plow twice with less wear a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 27 June 1866

' AND STIR OF Til I WRTft DEMOCRAT V A irTl i w 1 1 1 1 tin i V U U VJA- AA Two Dollar per Anuria in Adratice. JAC02Y & IKELLIt, 'rnblisheri. TRUTH AND RIGHT QOD AND OUR COUNTRY. RETT SERIES VOL. I- NO 18. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA CO, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27,1866. VOL. XXX OLD SERIES. S' i t I 1) J 5 THE .DEMOCRAT AND STAR, tftiBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, IN BLOOMSBIJRG, PA., BY . J ACOBY Be IKELER. , TERMS, SI 00 iir nr'ranc. If ant paid . tiM tbe eofof I he year. 5 rn: additional will be charged. C7 Nopaper discontinued until all rrearf art paid except at the opt ion of the editor. RATES UP ADVERTISIXG. -! w hubs conm-nrras a stc. Xne square pe or three Insertions fl 50 fiferjr subsequent insertion lee Uin 13 50 sn.ee ,t 1m. . rim. . 3. - Ox. It. .'nn square. 9.00 3 00 I 4.00 Tw. si "are, l 3 Oo i.oo a.liO (Tare . . 3,00 - 7.00 8.50 rogr squares. 0 S.ix) J I0,o HMoluau, 10 Oo. 13 00 IMOO One enlawn. 13. oO SU,,, 0.00 I 10 1)0 tt.Ort 1 14 00 I0 I Js.00 M.0HI 211 OU M 00 f 30 00 30 00...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 27 June 1866

.. I- DEflCORxiT & STAR- yr. IT. JACOBYf E. IgEUSR ' ipifdKsr BL003SSCRS, WEDNESDAY, JCSE 27 1866- nretialy antbor.zed to Solicit and receive ulip -Moris and advertising for the Vemocrat fcUr, pub-li-bed M Bton-nsbBrgv Colutnbin couty. Pay.-...-- HON- HIESTEK CLYMER, , ." OF EEBK3 COUNTY. CLYMER AND THE CONSTITUTION . !' ., .. - gfa-ddktockaticmas3 convention op the ' Eastern and Central Counties 05 Pennsylvania. A Grand Mass Convention of th frienda of Johnson, Clymer andth Constitution, will be held '.; . , .' . '.' . u AT BEADING, PA, ON"WEbNESDAY3 THE 18th DAY i . OF JULY, 18C6. ' AH who are in favor of the immediate restoration of the Union in its original purity. All who believe that the Constitution of the United States ia the Supreme Law of tha Land.: J ; - : ; ; ' All men everywhere who are opposed to . oommittine the destinies of 30 MILLIONS OF WHITE MEN TO 800,000 NEGRO VOTERS, all who are opposed to NEGRO LEG! SLA TORS, ' NEGR O JUDGES AND NEGRO JURORS IN PENN S YL V...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 27 June 1866

DEMOCPvT 'AND STAR. JuVAV DEPARTMENT. BLOOMS BURG Wednesday,' une 271866. TO COXBES?0NDENTS J. . Fairmotmt prin.ira. Your order has been filled and sent you by mail. InquiufjC T he Golden Age, isone of the iour divisions. 01 time, as agreed between the urmzvn-and- Hindoo' mythology, V will explain the meaning of the four divi sions new weoic. - ; J. P. V. The diamond is the most val Hiable of all prcinrn stone1". They are found at Lrolcon .1. v. i in the Uahar mountains in the East InT:u3. A diamond is the hardest of all gema, it can only be cut and ground by llselt .and its cr.ni substance. . PROTESTA?fT. Tho Mahomedan religion was established by an Arabian shephcrd.'who in the seventh century, set himself up as a Dronhet. and declared that he was the per pon promised to be -the follower of Jesus Christ ana ' being later was greater than Christ. And it is a historical facLthat more people, to-dayxare under the influence of the Mahomed religion 'than any one other of the vinous kind...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 27 June 1866

u AGRICULTUEAE. FEU-NINO FRUIT TREES. , " "We 'find some excellent suggestions on the Eulject of pninin fruit trees' fcy 3. T. Elliot of Grand Ilapida, Mich. They accord ex actly with what we have said aver and over again for many years in these columns. His communication is dated May, - aftd he begins thus "The season for trimming fruit trees is approaching," and then goes on . as fol- lows j . 'v7e all remember the apple and pear trees, where we had to be ' 'boosted' ' to reach the lowest branches ; and coming out here we have imitated our fathers' follies and. fared worse than they. The? prencd in February and March, and we We known no better . Letting go all discussion of what their in terests may be and looking athome all ex perience I hope will not be lost on us and that experience, all points one way. Prune while the wood is growing if you wish the scars to heal quick and sound. Say in June. "Limbs that grow close together, and par alel, and that cross, must hare one of them ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 4 July 1866

V S7o' ::T izzzc-iili.Cl Ifr.-:(3 -3 r: ; .J vJ-Vlo ;!' ?;'i ?vO T". ".. '.) ,3f"'01X Pit ft i y 't n rr I n fHH' ? fl ' i , l;? , : -r v n v i tnTliTTT -w q-m vTrr,...,.,.. , FIT n . i J .i v i . '.,4 .. ' 1 1 ; . I r : V: JACOB! a ISELCR; Pcbllsben. 7 ' .) in TRUTH AND RIGHT GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars per Annan in Adrancc. V() r;.- XXX-loosnuira; '.. . ; -; BLOOM S lUIHG. COLUMBfA CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1866. SEW 8 Ell ICS j V Q L 1.. NO- J 9r V .::- rv fro' ':c?ix.'.';T. Jfo; VI . w m m . JI JLiLJLLI i N UiL LL JIILO 1 ' -;i THE J' DEMOCRAT iji'NDl'STAR', : I'UBLTSTnCD EVEnY' WEDNESDAY, -,L BLOOMSBURO, PA., BY j AC O BY 26 IKELER. t TEBMJ. Si rut in advance; ; If notpnJd till the eB.f a entJditionl will b charged. C7" Nonapr difienntinued until' all' arrearages '.re paid except at the opr ton f Ibe editor. . -T ."ATES OP; ADVEETISIXO. ' V j " V"' "VvxiKrcomTmjTi a ibOAtc. '.One tqnare 'Or three insertion ..V. .ft 50 trery nubaequent insertiir let man 13 50 arAcc. j i ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 4 July 1866

D Hi 90 RAT ft STAR. W. H. JACOBY k E. R. IKELEIl, EDITORS. tmtlUU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1865. 8. M. Pnrmsoitt. Co.. 37 Park Row New York areduiy authorized to solicit and receive subscrip. (ton and advertising for th IMnucrnl. f(r, pub lished at Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Pa, FOR GOVERNOR, HON. HIESTEH CLYMER, Uf BtBXS COU.NTY - Read and Reflect. o '.We desira that car readers shall, so far as Va can aid . them, through the" columns of tha Democrat and Stab, be fairly Informed ia reference to the feeling of the Democrat io part, ia regard to combinations ' with 'other parties. - 'j".r''". .,'V.', ',;..'.'. ':, We therefore invite our reader to a care ful perusal of the article,' published in this I3sue, entitled "Congress Shall Radicalism Triumph," &o.,from the Lycoming Gazette, "and, if we have been ; rightly educated in Democracy, we must e&y, that this article is worthy the attention and careful considera tion of the Democratic party of this County and District, at thi3 ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 4 July 1866

DEMO CIi;A!i AND STAB. 1 ' m i OLOOMGBURG Wednesday, July 4, 1.C66. . ..Axavrzsa to cor.rspoNEENT3 J. - J. : iL-We Lad' no diScultv in ob- t&iaiag the evidence necessary to effect our object, - Ion may 7x037 dismiss the matter; Patriot.' Your cotnmunicatioa vrtxa re Cffived, but as it reflect unon thft character of certain candidates it is laot suitable for publication at this time. Our. opinion is, tnat you are in janed to consider success virtue and Jcf.at a crime. Hrv. T.-Thi bldest, Jewish Synagogue in Europ'J ii ia Frazuc. Germany. -. Fw D. Columbna died in 150G at Val ladolid, Spain, 100 jniles' north west of Ma tin:. - , - - -' IxQtrrasit. "We don't rappo.se the late Asseor wa3 removed on account pt malfea sance, in Sice, but because he does not sup port the ''Government' hence, ho must be a disumoni.t, traitor, rebel, and should not Hold any oiiice under this administration., SSL. TTe. desire that all subscriptions to vue ciJJi vr tus .uaTii oe immediately eettkd. 4 W. I...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 4 July 1866

' -A GEICULTDR A L. ''"IULo ycur o;va clover gcej' ' fiJid', so it trit! an' iwrarlss har 3," like noarly all ag- -rienktiral precept, need qualification. On aIicat farm it Li not easy to grow too much clover, provided it is all consumed on the ' farm, or plowed in aa a manure ; but it is quite easy tu raioc . Clover K perhaps, all thingsconiidcred, the - best renovating crop that can be grown . on a wheat farm. Like peas and beans, clover 13 .a Wsuaihioua plant, and draws a considerable quantity of ammonia from - the atmosphere, while Iti deep roots penetrate the subsoil and bring up potash and other iugredients of plantrfood. It b admirably adapted to our climate," and a3yet "clover sickness," -which ia 60 troublesome on the light soils of Eng lAncL L3 known in few localities in.thia coun try. , " - " " . Whether it is best for farmers to , raise their own seed is a question which deserves consideration. ."We have urged them to do go because we think they will be more likely to so...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 11 July 1866

1 .r ' , .4 ; :"'Tlli'!. " "a .U """ ' ! ' """ M i-' ' : 1 ; ''' 1 I - : , - . v . ; ' ' " I -." ' , , , ' ''' ' ' ' . ' .: . ; ; i " ... ! i i . ; '- i i i i - r ,.-. jl ' t. ." ... . . ' .. . ' ' ' . ,. - ,, a , . ' ' v. , .- ' . ...... ... -. ' ' ' : ' ' ' -. . . i f T '' ' V - "' ' ' JACOB! A IIiELIini rnbllsheri, i TRUTH AND.RIGHTQOD AND OUR COUNTRY. Two Dollars per Annnfa lis Adrancc. ' 1 1 , . ,. : . : : ' : v ' , - 1 .1. ... ., 1 , , - , . i - ..ii - - - . " ; t V O L. XXX- I LO SEI1I LS, BLOOMS BUKG. COLUMBIA C.a, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1L 1866. KEiT sfcRio: VOL. I. NO- 20: , v V j - i r.THE DEMOCRAT ANT) STAR, ., BLOOMSBURO; PA,, BY -, JA'COV &. IK EL Eft. t- T.EM7. 82 CO in rfrnce. If not nuld 'ttll kh as -t kdditioivxl will be charted, i - tt" No rtoppr .rii.roiutnu.d until nil arreariifn w r' ""rH too opi ioH oi ine eaiiot. ' BAtE3 01 'ADVERTISIN'O. ' ' "If UMl COKITTtOTCfl A tbv.. Oac .qnare ne r three lnertlon lTrjr ubiequentMnaertioa let tnan 13. ... . tl so 50 rcs...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 11 July 1866

BBiiOORilT&STilil, TV.. H. JACOB T E. R. IKTXER, EDITORS. mvULZM, iVEBSESSlT, JULY II, IS65 - 8. M. PirrssoiiL b. Co- 37 Park flow New York are duly authorized to solicit and rereive subscrip tion and advertising for the Democrat Sr itar, puo- ltH:ed at Bleomanssrg, uoiumoia. county, ra. TOR GOVERXOK, HON. : MUSTEK. CLYMER, OF BEBKS COUNTY. .. . Deny it if you Can. The editor of the Republican constantly fcoatts of the vmty and strength of his par ty, and complains that we are trying to "de ceive honest Democrats," by insisting that from the disaffection in the ranks of the Radicals Clymer will be elected. Hear what he say3 in his last about the condition of his party ; . t . Never before was the Union party as Ftrong as it is to-day. riot oniy has it car ried all the recent elections, but it has extor ted from the Copperhead organs the admis sion tuat tne eitort to Dreait its lines nas Dcen a ridiculous failure." We admit that a small portion will believe him, both in reference...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 11 July 1866

MWCUAlANDSTAll OCAt. DUPARTMEfJl'. a - -At W B L OO M S BURG .: ; Wednesday, July 11 , 1866. ,,'AN37r!pjj.TO COEETSPONDENTS Y2yL&i;i--Ve only "postponed our ex lanation of the four divisions of time, be CQAiiQ our columns were crowded w ith matter WHich it wa - necessary to publish at that tmier'-' Inainuch,, a3 you appear to be very desirous of obtaining our opinion on the pubject, without further' delay, wo give it you as tollows : . 1. The Golden Ace Nvas known in olden tiras 3 tlie age of innocence and happi- 2. The Silver Age was understood as the go ot aegreneracy and vice. ' ' . --3. The Brazen Acre was anytime when Kin Wame wicked. " , 4: The Iron Ace was when man became wnoily corrupt.. . ... . -Ve desire that all subscriptions to tue cTAft 'oy ?iie pi orth be immediately settled ... - if w. II. Jacobt. - fiS?;Ecad the original poetry on our first page, gST" Lines from the pen of Col. Freeze Will ; appear in our next- JCS5 Attention is directed to the new ad vertisement...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia democrat and star of the north. — 11 July 1866

'"'AGmCOLimARvj V 'TPreriota t xa'cid;i& says a 5 writer; who Will "be ecca, ta ir bis horse with a search 12, "yet cnaffecteil glance,"' and fondling Lis' -horse as if to conceal hi? object, he almost ' impcrcepHLIj , will pas3 his fingers under the curb chain, or between ; the girth and th;e 'horse3 skin, with a view to. ascertain their proper tightness for the latter may he too tight at starting; and a horse will go fretful ly as long aa the former is too much curbed 'His Very manner ""of. placing" the' reins be tween h ; fingers, and laying hold of the - mane lock, will tell you at once whether he is at home or to : for he vill do all this, as 1 also mount, vdevoidf ell embarrassment or "bustle, thereupon to riddhiiS horse away in a -walk, andwifh perfect eaic, which is ! insep-: .arable from true elegance, and therefore not' ony distinguishes the riding of a gentleman,; but also clearly .proves his familiarity with 'the excercise.. ; . , ........ ... . t. : , . Beware of fa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Star Of The North
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