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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 January 1870

1 'fa ($0lttittMittt Ann ttSHED EVERY FRIDAY M0RNINO COMJMnUR BUII.DISO SBAnTiiKixjuKT noes, nr Iarles b. brockway, Bailor Riitl Proprietor. Two DoIImi iTW PyM in Advance. lBOtII.ATION (3BOO. JOD PKIKTIKa llr.crlptlons executed with neatness niitl Ul"PlVll lia ll'Mlilllimv Iloonisburg Directory. stoves and tinware. K HtirEHT, dealer In stoves .ttlnwarc. Itu- c'tt block, Main l. west of Market, vl-nll i i nlTMllTZ, dealer In stoves aud tinware, "n sttect, nbovo court house, vl-n 1 1. -CLOTHING, Ac. in IJiM'P.NIlKIlOi MerchatitTallor.Mnln L Sd door above American House, vl-nll I amltl'llsti Merchant Tnllnr mid Atreiit tnr IVNew I'erliam Sewing Maclilnc, corner of Be and Main st over Miller's store. 3-nM DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac. tt 11,4c. kelchner. uiacksmiti ,on inn ! 111. StrecLncarl'luo. V1-U17 1 t.trrz. Tlruzalstnud Anolhecary. Main st.. low the Post Ulllce. vl-nu art-it 11KOS.. Druggists and Apothecaries. ; ivn, vl-nll bower s uioca main st. CLOCKS, WATCHES, AC. Ewclry, Main St., Jus...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 January 1870

-AND- BLOOMSBURG, PA. l'UII.lV, JAM'AHV US, 1870. d-TIIK OOMJJinlAN has the Largest Circulation of Ktijr paper published In Northern I'ciintylTiiiiU, ml U kits (much larger sheet (ban nnjr of Itseotem porarlett mill U (harcforc th1il medium for advertising In this section ortho State Sumner Scored. Itf tlio United Slato's S6ntito on FrI day Inst, tho poinpons and arrogant 'Sumner received from tho mouth of Lyman Trumbull of Illinois so sovero 'una so inoritcd n rchuko for Jiis "ns BUiiititlon" his "mis-statements," nnd Ids 'impudence" that wcro ho otlier llian ho 13 wo should look fur a change lit liU manners. Mr. Trumbull In his 'remarks, which wero blttorly stinging1 and sarcastic, showed up In nil its mean tie and pettiness, tho opposition with which Sumner had invariably met tho measures and tho men who favored tho admission of Virginia. Sumner had charged that a loyal delegation from Jhat Stato had been denied a hearing at tho door of tho Committee room, of which Commitleo Mr. ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 January 1870

T Jltj Gfffhtnflriifn. r.4 1W ' romsbure, Friday, Jan. i8, 1070, ,mmti! TlmliroiiorlV oftho Into f. Sloan, oil "Market St., win bought Lil, for $3,000. . . i.V,l fnrn Unit Cdnruil Hltf.cn. lt.,r l.,w until Ii l-t farm on till) K-IV ll to I. a. Kuhn of this plnec, for $(75 racru. 1 of. Oeoiiob bcott, uiu niimiuer L ihN District Inn bcon uliircil illion lfii!lovlni:Ci)iiunittec.s oftho House; I' . 1 . . 1 ..I t . t a TMiimllmi J 1. . , , 1, I I j (Till AH.IillU'US iiUkllMUII, lllllll UU? Tiiwiishlia, Corporations, mid Vlco Iiinuoriility. Fihe. Tlio carpenter fclion of sthis tj.unln, near Denton, was totally her Willi 1 In uuilll'llis.. IjViH not wii, but imurcil for nn amount suf- fcnt to cover ii. boiiiuxTio.v. In our last Issue, hnirii a mistake of tho nrlnter. wu Fu miulo to say that thoaveraj;o tium ir natincM In our I'oor IIouso was fy-tfiree ami eight-tenths Instead of f ana utree-cigninsm wo iiucihicu. Shown Dink Thu freights on this Ho have been reuueeiKtlnis rcntlcrlng Sill m...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 28 January 1870

THE YOUNG FOLKS. Translated fur tbs Valley Hplrlt. Death rind tho Weavor. FMOM TUP. GERMAN, DY It. H. 8, (Gonclnded.) Now the rich farmer, who hnil rofua cJ to Ktanil gotl-faliier to tlio weaver's child also Ml III? Mul m Iio illtl not think himself very sick, and vfros a mi serly inun, ho would havu no physician but tho weaver. When tho latter anno, the furnior said, "You can ierform ono of your won dorful cures on mo easily, weaver, for I don't need much medicine; wo lmVo boon butchering, and I havu eaten rath er too much ; give mo only a llttlo of your good drink, 'No curcnio-harm done.' " But tho weaver saw Death silting at his head, shook his head, and answered, "Farmer, no drink In tho world can help you, not even .my euro; the slnv plus that can withstand Death have novcr yet grown. Sot your liouso In order, for you must dlo I" Tho farmer laughed, and sent for tho doctor, who promlsod him that iu three days he should be as well as a flsh In the water; but In three days ho was...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 February 1870

M.. Ml A ,,.H U1 ,11 I. w (plumlmm AND- aV .i1L. . II 3"! Ullb kilAi. 11 II BLISHCD EVEIIY FIUDAY MOIUVIHU .Kifntitf TimMlIlCtl NEAR TUB COURT 1I0U8K, I1T ...... m r-k nnnnltA A V Kdltor and Proprietor. !iinu wuaii i rj ww.-. aftia'ai-ATioisr oooo. JOB PBINTING STOVES AND TIN WAKE. A. ..nri block, mmii m wen 01 aiiukoi. vi-nw ,.rtn mrtz. tipnlcr In stoves nim tlnwnrpt CLOTHING, Ac. vin I.OWENBEHG, Merchant Tnllor, Main MimitlH. Merchant Tailor nud Agent lor .. - nr..... lin.iin.t, U.irlnif Mnnliliin mm., nf I lip ......... ................. ... . ... UHUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac. IP. LliTZ, nruggiat and Apothecary, Main at., f below the Tost OITice. vl-ul'i fcYF.lt BROS., Prnggfstt and Apothecaries, lllrowcr's block Mnlu at. vl-n.13 CLOCKS, WATCHES, AO. sTT ... iiuii, 1.. 1.. t.-.it 1 I OA V An n, ui mci ii nivivn, , uii-iin iiuu Jewelry, Main St., Just below tho American I, Vl-I luis IIEIINHAIID, Watch and Clock maker. hear southeast corner aiaiuuuu irou sis.vi-r.i r.iSifc 1 iui . 1 1. wi-...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 February 1870

-AND- T3LO OMSBUBG, PA. FRIDAY, riUIHUAHV 1, 190. 7-TIlH COr.UMIUAN has th Lftrgcit Ulreulntlon of any-f paper publlihtd In Northern Pciiinylranla, and li also ,a much larger ihcti than any of litcotam liorarlcif a it it U therefor the bit metllum for n.Wcrtlilnff In thlfe Mellon ofihe state- The Dcmorallxatlon of our Kove nno OBeori. This ha been ft fruitful themo for comment for several yenra past, but wo hover expected that thcro would bo a practical Illustration of H lu our own County. At tho risk of another liboi suit wo niust statu tho facts j and It Is more In sorrow than In anger that we call attention to tho subject, not only because of our great respect for tho clti zona of Calawlssa Rcnerally,but because of our especial lovo andosteom for Ben' jamln P. Fortner, Deputy Collector of Internal Rovonue, In and for the Coun ty of Columbia, and Stato of I'cnnsyl vania. Our chargo is not ono of ordinary pecutatlon, becauso for this thero is pro' cedent in every department of tho ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 February 1870

h dffflttmMiut. Lsburg, Friday, Feb, 4, 1070, Ik clnj-fi ro li'iigtlii'iiliiK very nip nr.ti H.vfiH. Wo Iinvii on Imnit n knrltiipiit nf tinner Ijwm of lnriro kiimll sizes which wo will soil nt ... . !...! B) I'ArEH. 1 ursuns iiuviiik inu r for unlo rnii llixl n jiurcimscr uy Llnirnt tho Post Olllco. Tho muni let rnlcs piilil. nl 21 WARK of counterfeit twenty ilol fetes on tho Nntlonnl Hunk of In- hpolH. Tiiey nro Doing panned on Imvnry. !i: Knlght.4 of I'vthliw of Poninyl. i lms'0 resolved to hold their next Dillon t Wllllnimport on tho h Tuesday in July. ptANOK iiiiu iiiuro is uoi u annul e l'enns.vlvnnln Icufolitturo. Is tho honored inline uuuci'Kolng illinl- bii in popuiarnyv lis raid Unit cake f-nturntcd with y wine will ctroct n restontIon of Krocnl powers in cannry birds whleli 1 ccnstci singinc in Commiiteo on Ways and Moans ho Kntioiiai iioufo oi .Kepreteiitn. k linvo nsreud to rcduco tho ttirifl'on Iron from $0.00 to $7.00 per ton. fcl. UATHAniNA .Ul'l'IXOl'.It, of pince, ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 4 February 1870

FARMER'S COLUMN. To noti. Potatoes with tiik Skins on. Aflor tlio potatoes nro properly washed nnd ft littlo of tho akin taken off at tlio ends, plnco them In a kettlo of boiling wntor allowing no tnoro water thnu Is sufficient to cover thoin. Thoy should boll slowly, 03 tlio agitation of wntor In rapid boiling dissolves and breaks tlio potatoes bofuro thoy nro dono,nnd loaves thoin Insipid and moist. They nro better left unmoved to boll, and thcro should always bo a vessel of hotwatcr,from which tho kettlo ruaybo replenished In caso thcro Is rapid ovup' oration from tho stato of tho ntmoa phcro. A pot with tho top drawn In Is better for boiling potatoes than n wldo topped vessel. The water should bo poured from them before thoy nroqulto dono to tho centra. A few spoonsful of cold water should then bo ndded, and tho vessel bo placed upon tho hot part of tho stovo with a clean napkin thrown over until tho potatoes aro wanted, If tho best potatos cannot bo obtained (and no others are ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 February 1870

LsIIED EVERY FIUDAY MOHKINO IcOMrMDiAK 1IUILMKO KAn TUB OOUltT Iarles b. brockway, UUIlur mum -j-- two Dollars a Ye&r. payable In Advance. hBOTJIiATION SBOO. .TriTl PRINTING Lcrlptlons executed with neatness nml lllpHlCll lit HWUiinum ........ loomsburg Directory. troVKS AND TINWARE. utTI'KKT, denier In Btoven Allnwnro.Uu It bloclt.iioln nt. west of Mnrket. Vlnl3 tt Min iloalor In stoves nml tlnwnro CLOTHING, Ac! h I nWKNlllinO. McrchantTiillnr. Mnln lil iloor ttbovo Ainerlcnn House, v Mi I.I f'ow Perhnm Sowing Machine, corner of mil Main St., over Miller's More. v3-n.1.i DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AO. liT1"7 ni.iwmlDtan.1 An..l1inAnM. ftt..l.. .. H lUtOfl.. Drnnlitt nml Apothecaries, fcrr's block Main nt. vMH-J DLOOKS, WATCHES, AO. fAV AKin. ut-uiur in i.iui-Kii, wiuciiet nml plrv. Mnlii st,. Just below tlio Anierlrnn I VI-1.I rilllnNHAHl). Watch nml Clock mnkcr. Koutlieast corner Main nuil Iron nlx.vl-13 Iry c JlalnBtrcefheiir west St. V3 ill ItHUAUT, Watch una Cock ilnkcr.Slnr. street...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 February 1870

AND BLOOMSBURG, PA. rnmw, rr.niiDAitY 11, tsio. -W TH1J COI.UJiniAN tint the LirRnt Clrcnlntlim of any I'r niblllitil til Northern I'Mtmylvnnln, mill U lio ft much larger ihret tlinn Miy nf Iticottni pnrarlcii nml U llicrf for thbet medium far iilrertlilng ! tlili met Inn oflhe Slnte. Tho Watts Diamond Case. Tho Day, a lladlcal paper, speaking of this caso In which Mr. Diamond, tho Democratic candldato Tor Senator In tlto First I)lstrlct,wns fraudulently deprived of his scat, Bays: Tho llarrlsburg correspondent of The iVcss, In a lato letter, says, "watt will uniiuDttlonably bo nblo to retain hjsseat." If this bo truo, tlio Senate will ratify onoof tho rankest election frauds over committed. It is an admit ted fact, oven among Mr. Watt's war- meat personal and political friends In this city, that tho return, by vlrtuo ot which he holds his scat, was a fraud and forgery, and if tho Sonato admit hhn as a member, after investigating tho disc, they will disgrace- themselves, and practic...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 February 1870

nfn rf.t.titatl lltlf. 11 11(1 1111 rims ui .1" ...til. ni..inis)A vlitl(ifprittM. L'U T , VI " " f 1 liitliltnUitlmr.1 f nnnllPfri (if ( Jt )l tl til imtv ufirsulil nnt fori't't (u altond f llinlr nswritUlo I lit Espy turilny of this wrok. . rifumt Tr.t In (lii'lr rriinrt rn- W'mi" " J I U5UU UU Illllll.ll 'lllXl Ui lUt UllllWM. 1,0 of Hcrvlcu (u tliu uflllctctl to .1 ...1.. ..r.. iml ..I ...i Illlll u tniu ui iiiiiuiiiiiui mm illssolveu 111 Biigi) tea, will ru- littvu liu.tim'j.s men til ltlooms .vim Hiifiiil tuoro mnmiv fur ovt". K iTiiiiii louuccti, until ior 1110 nil- 1 - II.i.Ik .mm j 'll....t u.... ...I Illl; eJ3ii mil iiiuv.ii. lierlirJolinSnyilcrof OriiliL't'vlllu captnroil oiioortli( largest iriinks M'rn in mis mi l 01 uiu couniy. Lowenucrp, our county Trow, i nuri'lmsou tho Rami1, tho skin of much vnluc. ,VJf.UI HOTUVininn-rilV II IIICUL- 1 , .. .1 1.1 n.1.1 1.. II l...llr. r .i....IdI.i.. ........... r.... it... 1 1 ifunv ui ituiioiui; 1111 una iwi iiiu tut 11 uniuivin l...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 11 February 1870

I'AIHIER'S. COliUMN. Mulos for FarmPurpdsos. No sensible farmer will deny that tunica havo Bomo few advantages over horaea. Then why not uso mules In Htcuil of, horsoa? When will farmers mnkodchaoBo? I nnawer, wlion they prefer utlllty.Intorcst mid ajust tasto to a diseased fancy. I know many farmers who would bo ashamed to ho caught ri ding In a carrlngo behind a pair of iiniUv-,; and why? Is It because a utule has Ioiik ears or smaller toot than u horse? 1 tiiinu it proceeds Irom u spews of falsuprldo. '1-or allhough 1 admit that n good horso looks better than nine tenths of tho mules wo see, yet I deny that a bad horso looks better than a good mule. And why Is It that our horses look so much better than most of our mules? Tho reason Is thls-our farmers have a false notion that It Is not necessary tha n mulo should bo Jjcnt clean, therefore they always look rough and dirty. My belief Is that If a mule has the samo attention In overy respect that Is usually bestowed on' a horde, ho...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 18 February 1870

A N 11- I jtrAttVKIVIIl'fY (71 I Pill 1111'. I I ... .MMMis- initllAV MnllNTNG 11... J--" ' I cOMIMIItAN nOIMIIMO SBAHTiimilUItT IICIL'SE. 11Y Editor nml Proprietor. m. s.n. vi. wMfrVlA In AdrAnfifi. - . - r-i-riri JOB PIIIKTINQ descriptions executed wllh licMncFH nml Uispnicu fc cmu"u'v ..... STOVES AND TINWARE. CLOTHING, &o. m inWENHERG. McrchftlitTnllor.Mn n 2ll ClOOr ftOOVC- AlUtTldlll IlllUSe. Vl-lll.t MOUIvIn. iucrcunni innor nnti p.cm lor 1.11 1 ln LUIHI RU .1 IIUlllCClll V. ill II III SL.. Apothecaries, VI-1H3 CLOCKS, AVATCHES, AC. SAVAifi iicaicrin (jkhup, waiciics mm im iiitniiAiiif. which iiuti vjiock iiiiutir. COOTS AND SHOES. Church. vlnl3 iu iirjis. iiuui. aim mioeiiinitxr. iiiaiiiM.. mooiu3uur&, yiiiij PROFESSIONAL. H. C. 1ICAVKH. Burgeon DenlUt, Muln M.f jvu l no Louri iiuuHf. i-nw IV Hit itJUiijiVi nuiKvuu iiuu rujeu inii. u, r. KUNwiiY , surgeon ncnui. tcviu IM'lSfUUiil IwlllllUU. V1-I11U lKKLEll. Altnrnev-ut.Ijiw. Olllcp. iM itnr tti KTchaniM! HliifU.nrnrt...

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 February 1870

t -AND- ni.ooMSBUiia, pa. TUMMY, VUURirAHV IN, tSlti. S-TIIW COLUMBIAN list tilt L.argt.1 Olrctilntlim of mny paper published' lu Northern Pennsylvania, ami U alio a miicli larger ehect thnn any of Its ooteui porarle nntt ti therefor the best medium for ndvcrtltlng lit tlile lection of III Stale. Xho Biggs Oaso. Somo attention having boon culled lu this caso ou account of tlio nnignlludo ofthu Interests Involved, aud tho lnlrl cucyof llio legal questions' connected with It, wo will briefly call attention to tlio fuels of the case. Ellshn II. Wfc'Bsi. Sr., diotl lu 1801, leaving a widow, who afterward ro married, and a son, Klislm II, Bitfcs, Jr. At thu Umc,ho owned tho Exchaugo Block, Including tho Hotel and store, beside other valuablo property, lly his will ho directed that tho Mansion Houso and Excliango Block, In tho event ofhls widow's death or roinar- rlngo, should go to his son, but that ho "should not sell or nllcnato the same, as it was intended ho should have a life 'Inter...

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 February 1870

It MwYtfixi . i.- 1. 1 i. tt.i.. ni...t..l.i . T1I.KY III IIIM UlUIllV JJUL'lUin Ut- v i r . ,. i. r iitjim. . i. ! .r.- i.. -twiti.. : "Moderation Society" of I'lill- it uui.a fi.i ti ir.- ...... nro ii n tier oblitrnlluns to Hon. ,- . i..i.itA Tt .. UUUt'lULI 1UI A. 14IJIII; .luuuuiuiiis. Auditor General for a copy of his IMIIlITlIb 17 & UUlUlVlil 1 1 111 llfl 11(1 Mil! YUllI vin in viuw u; inn rit'iMir ih. of Judge .hi well In relation to xr l -.1 i t i . r .itnv WHIHKKY. At thn nnvi-.m. Fflle of whiskey in this dIacoou finv innr. inn crmminr. wnu imnrrht llfty cents per gniion. w .i n it una ii. ivn nnvn ronnivmi ef niltn nni tt lltn i'iiftfi4i 7m,.. uormnn Tinner nuniisiuti vpi r v izinwu. i a. ii h wnu iintum. car, imuiu in uuviuhl', will I'OIU' It to tliu public, we wish it sue- fifteen miles from WiMIumanort, iiM.Q rnMtftl nn Unn1.nr w v v wn kJlllJVIIl,y llllll, i inriv-iiVH iioiiiim in p-mii u-nro J.I1U but hi us iiiii i iPiiprM vir of Jumcs DnlamiV was hrmiPiit. tn tr...

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 February 1870

FARMER'S COLUMN. Whoat Bran for Xloraos. Messrs. Editors Uudcr tlio nbovo captloii.you copy, on Dec. 10, mi nrtlolo rrom tho "Spirit of tho Times," which Is full ofcrron. limn Is nofnitnost tho dearest food a liorso can llvo on oven whoti his work does not demand moro substnntlal food." On tho contrary, It Is otio of tho cheapest. I will not call It substantial until I know wlmt moanlne- oncthowrltor attaches tothatword.lt is oitiio most nutritious In its truoscusn Olvon atono, copiously, in tho form of n mash, It Is laxative; but fed moderately on cut hay, it inay.csnccinllv in wlninr. bo given ovory day, morning and ovo- mug, 10 norsos which do hard work, pro- vmuu ii is noi last work Hint is requir cdof them. In pcrformlnir fast work tho animal requires moro hydro-carbons for combustion in tho lungs than bran affords. It Is really too rich in nltro tfuu. I duny emphatically that It es through tho bowels with its nutritious portion undigested. Of tho 03 per cent wmcu mo writer giv...

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 February 1870

T m .V ...... 31 Arf-iMr4 Aiiin ir ill. ntimv FRIDAY MORNtNO .unIAM IlUlI-WSfl NICA11TII..I--O.J.W nocse, nv . i- nnofMU A V K.lllor anil Proprietor. .! Mkrs a Tear, sayaMo in Advanco. mrriM QDOO. IKUUi- JOD PIIIMTINO serlpllon. executed will, t'ealuc.n ami dispatch at rwwotiiiMo rates. (If ft I iff Mf lit f it it WyW wf IIP lw VOLUME IV ---NO. 8. BL00MSBU11G, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1870. COL. DEM.---V0L. XXXIV NO. 1. RATES OF ADVBftTIBlNH. One square, (Un I Inn or iU equivalent In Non patetl typ.) one or two Insertion., tUW; three Insertion!, 12.00. Sat. 11,00 6,00 spacx. Ik; One square. . tfXO Two squares....... S,50 Tbreo squares ..... 8,W Four squares.... 7 CO (tuatler column,. 10,00 Half column....... 15,00 One N)lumn.10,(io 7,00 12,00 18,00 sii,ao i. 14,00 7,00 0,00 11,00 11,00 3)00 4010 CM. It. 10,00 1 10, to y,ix i,0 12,00 !, 17,00 2S.00 , so.oo no.oo m.w (VI.OO 100.M Executor's or Administrator's Nolle, 11.00 1 Andltor'a or Assignee's Notice, I MO. Local notices, twenty ...

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 February 1870

THE COLUMBIA!? AND DEMOCRATLOOMSBTTR&, OOLUMBI. A. SKJtt (folmnlriiw ' AND- BLOOMSBURG, PA. FltlDAY, FEnBUAKV 35, 1810. . .. i - 03-THE OOI.UJinlAN has the Largest circulation of anr'paner imlUihecV In Northern rennsylranja, aiirt.lt alio . much lamer shest than any of 1 1 count porarltsi and U thircforatU best milium for advertising in mis lecuon suni siaiv Duty on Sapor. Tho Republican edltoru who.Iu the rrrnnt e Editorial Convontlott hold nt Hnrrlsburc. advocated" tho repeal of duty tnliaperi'Ouprht to- bo discounter tinneourny ian..irienus oi rraiwuuu uvcrywuere. .bucu aaiiumuu iwhit r.nnl tUn nrl npl nlrxj nf nnnubllCanlSm Tlmr IVtrWrntlir Keillors, who Uphold In nroforenco to American Interest, should Introducoand support such a measure, wo are not surprised at. Rut shamo, on tho Republican editor, wim. fn qav himself a few pennies. which, by tho way, ho would not dd if tho duty was romoveu,wouiu um aim do him.onir. destrov his influence, and betray t homo Industry. Miner'...

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 February 1870

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Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 25 February 1870

FARMER'S COLUMN. Atjout Driving. Drlvo slow Tor a mllo or two, until the horso gots warmed up, tlion Incroaso tlio speed grnilunlly j If urged boyoud his natural gait for a day's travel, It will lnjuro hlin, but for an hour's drlvo, you may put on a Uttlo oxtra spocd. Bo careful abou t watering when on a drlvo. Two gallons will refresh him as well as fotir, and will bo hotter for him. If brought Into tho stablo very warm. lot him cool a Uttlo beforo tho blaukot Is put on, for If put on immediately It will add to tho hoat. If not very warm, blankothlm at onco. As soon as cool. clean and rub him down rub his legs well. Do not lot him stand over night Without boing cleanod and woll-rubbed. Do not forget to food. In toachlug a young horso to drlvo woll, do not hurry to sco how fast ho can trot. Kcop each paco clear and distinct from tho other that is, in walking, mako him walk, and do not allow him to trot. Whllo trotting, bo equally careful that ho keeps steady at his paco, and do not ...

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