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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 25 October 1862

1 fllWWERawBHWWHIKflWlffiffllHCjil - 1 "' 1 1 -."JL',' "i- .r- . ..I.... . ...-.i.,...-.--.i-..... .t.M-;. ..a.i ,i.i,i. ., SATUUIMY, OCTOBER 25, 1802." Glorious Nowb. The preat battle for Constitutional lib. crty i Pennsy'lTania, Ohio and Indiana was fought successfully on Tuesday 'the horizon, dark as it lias beon for tho past year with storm clouds, is brginniiig to clear anil ungiiiuu. Democracy has triumphed. Thu ly. I rJtUi who liavc been tramping upon the necks of tho people may well begin to tremble. The people, by their omnipo tent votes, have vindicated their rights as loyal while men, have torn the leeches that were sucking out the life blood of the nation and cast them nway. i The Keystone of the Federal arch li.is i been disenthralled and regenerated. Tho parly that so wantonly deceived the peo , pie. betrayed trusts, violated oaths, dis regarded pledges, plundered treasuries, uiurpcd powers, trampled upon tho Uon slitutibnnl rights of American citizius.and nude every e...

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. — 25 October 1862

Farmers Department. 8AI.T A3 A MANURE AND DE STKOYEU OP VERMIN. Every fanner is, perhaps, nwarn of the fuel, that tlui depredation of many insects which usually prey with great avidity upon plants and tender vines are proven, ted by tho application of salt. A weak brine, not exceeding the strength of sen water, proves a remedy for the "squash destroyer," one of the most insidious and pcrsiTving, as well as voraciously des tructive enemies with which the gardener and fruit grower is called to contend. It is also a most effectual preventive of aphittcs,ar plant lice, vermin which prey upon the cabbage and turnip tribes. In every instance of tho application, of brine to these vegetables that has fallen under our observation, its success has been com plete. No injury need be apprehended trom a very liberal application, s.iy, one quart to a plant, if the solution bo of the strength indicated. All the cabbage tribe arc liable to be attacked and injured by minuto maggots resembling, very n...

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. — 1 November 1862

AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. BiDSVI li. I'A'l'E, Editor. TO HOLD AND TIUM THE TOItOII OV TRUTH AND WAV 13 IT O'Elt TIII3 DARKENED EARTH." THEMIS : 82,00 Ifl3R ANNUM. VOL. 16. NO. 35. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1S62, VOLUME 26, .. t 1 T7.I W I t MMA UliSlUUlu l'UllLISHKD EVEUY 6ATU11DAY, 11 Y LEVI L. TATE. i:i BLOOMSEURG, ClOLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, outioe llr xi' TJrlfk Pnllding, eoimlfe the F.iehnnge, ly tide ' of the Court House. "DcMocrallt Head Quarters," TK11M3 OP SU1IKCU1PTI0N. Bl (VI III advance, for one copy, for six moiitln. I J.i lu advancu, fur niii! topy, "in; ytar, II) If not i . 1 ivllhlu tliu lint throu iiioutlii, J So If nut paid ivilhln tlio lirtt nix mouths. " SO lfit paid within tli! cur. r . ' N'o siiln'crlptlun taken fur lens than nix niontlm, I ml im paper discontinued until iill urroaragus ulinllliavu I .en I'jjii nnrv ,llvruTnjtiKTliisiTti!d,an(l Job Work cultcil nl till! uslubllshoil'irlces 5 aT.T I 7oinr LOCK HOSPITAL wrm.ian...

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. — 1 November 1862

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, edited nv i.bvi i.. TATn, rnorntm'oii ItliOOilISItllRCS, BM. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 , 1062. ES-Ropublioanism is dead and burled in a blaok walnut coffin. CSFWo havo received tbo Novcmbor Number of tbo American (N. Y.,) Agri culturist. JEST Samuel L. Bottle, of Ligbt Street lias been appointed Provost Maibbal for Columbia county. CSyt'ol. A. M Spanglcr, ha9 sent U3 tbo November 'Farmer and Gardcnor.' It is an excellent Farm work. Terms SI, Philadelphia. JQ5 Silas Dodson, Esq., of Fair .Mount Sprincs, h as loused tbo "Forks Hotel of this place. Ho will lako posses eion in a few weeks. C6?"Gcn. Rosencranz who succeeds Gen Buol inaommand oft ho Federal army in Kentuoky, is a Roman Catholio in relig -Ion. and was, and wo prcsumo still is, a Democrat in politics. Democratic National Hymns Tho ''Star Spangled Bannor" and "Hail Col. umbia." Nr.ail0-W0RSIIIPPEU3'NATI0NAL Ilr.M.N 'Jobn Brown's Soul is Marching On.'' JEgy-Tho Boston Post says that Mr. French has taught...

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. — 1 November 1862

I ! ! ill yi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1 802, Tho Gun of Democracy, that proclaim d Pcuiocralio thunder throughout tho land on tho second Tuesday of Oetoher, 1802. Thepoopjo aro in favor of tho While man's iutorott! Abolitionism wiped out ! Tho noble and faithful Democracy of Col umbia polity liavo covered themselves tvith Glory. Democratic Majority 4,000.. Forney and Old Abe, looking for that jjii,uuu i : : nepuMican majority, but can't find it. Whars Mussa G reclcy ? Douth to the Republican Know Nothing Abolition alias Nigger Loving Parly. That REVEREND " candidato for Congress and his co opejra,tora lamenting over tho lato election. ; " And bohnbl there wa3 ivoeping, wail I in-' nud irn-.tshini' of teeth." T Greeley and his motley array of backers j A lit of articles, furnished by dimming?, i on Government Contract. Abolition Rat, smelling treason. The Republican Partv on their wav un Salt River. Quuuv.-IIow long will it tako to sell Sin-cups to soldiers, to raiso tho above I fmouut,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 November 1862

I, Fanner's Department. THE APPLE. Wo alsvajte fuel pained to witness a de caying apple orchard j and, unfortunate- ly, Btiuh sights aro very froduont in Penn sylvania. It is a rare sight to see a well laden apple tree in southern Pcnnsylva nia, muolf less an orchard in full hearing, It was not wont to ho so, nor arc wc ahlo to explain why, (or a number of years pastj llio applo crop of our State lias. With a few exceptions, been an al most entire failure. Wo shall, possibly, somo of those days arrive at tho cause or causes of these failures, and be able to apply tho proper remedy. Until that auspicious day arrives let us livo in hopes, and, in tho meantime, one and all go to work with a hearty good will to ascortain where the root of the cvilis to be found. In our estimation, tho applo is the king of fruits. It has no particular sen son. It is the fruit of all seasons. The strawberry, cherry, raspberry, peach, and indeed, almost all other fruits, aro so perishable in their characte...

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. — 8 November 1862

DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOM8BU11G GENERAL ADVERTISER. BiEVl ij. TAT 13, Editor. TO HOLD AND TItIM THE TO110II OF TKUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS: 82,00 PER ANtflHTl VOL. 16. NO, 36. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1862, VOLUME 26. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, l'UBLlSIIED EVBUY SATURDAY, UY LEVI L. TATE, IN BLOOMSBtnia, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, o vTTu e tn He r llriek Untitling, nittt Ike I'xclange, tj tide elie Cnurt 1 to ate. "Dtmoirallc Head Uuarliri." TEUMS OF SUlMCUll'TION. ' oo III n Ivunco, fur anu copy, for lx month.. 1 7.1 In n Iviinio, for onu mpy, ono year, '.' ii j li' mil p.il'l within tliu lint throe muiitlii, 2 55 II l " t ji.ilil within lliu II rut g)x iiinlitlis. 2 30 II' nut paid ulthlu tho year. (!- No Diilifcrlptimi tnki'li for Imm than Ml Moulin,, ni l mi paper discontinued until nil arrearages shall have Ven pnUi. r urdlnnrvA!ivk.Rnt:Mi an Inserted, and Jon Work Cleciltud, ut tliu i;tJlilllii!iljinci'n . uvwi i'i ,J, Choice Poetry. THE SE...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 November 1862

COLUMBIA DilOGRAT. ' zmrr.tr or vtvt i.. tate, rnormcTon BLOOMSRURC., PA. SATUrtDA? MORWmO, NOVEMBER 6, 1802. THE NATIONAL PLATFORM! PURPOSES OF TUB WAR I COHOKtM, CY A VOTE SKlttLY UNAMMOla, PAtMn Tn rOLLOWIMO RESOLUTION, WHICH ElrRtSSM Tilt VOK.E W 1UC NTI 0 IS mt TUCK THDA11 or LOYALTY : Tlta! tire ptcaent dcplornblo civil wnr ha been ITjfced upon Ihe country by tho dl.'inlonlsta of Ilia Cmilitin Ma tea, now In ninti ncalnstthe Constitutional Cuvi'tnmcnt, and In nrins around the Capital ; that In thl National emergency, Congress, banishing all feel ing of more paslon or rcicnlinent, III recollect only Its duty to the whole country ; that (A is tear it nut waged tn Heir part in any spirit of oppretiion.or for any pur pttt etoataut r tHtjgahn erpurpojeof tzerihrotclnf ar itltrfenng utth the rlfitfrvttllMri inttttMtiont f lcte aisles, tut to defend and ruin fin the tuprtmacy of Ike Giaslrralien, ami u preterm the Umion, uM the dig nity, e quality, andrightt of He teteral Males unimp...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 November 1862

- ' J aurPMMtUfon No. XI, good as usual Hon hand. All book buyers and book ! fineiora ouSut 10 get u. jo. til Nassau Street, N. Y. Maiish's Wr.ua woon'a Etvmolooy.- ,V Dictionary of Hngglir-li Etymology. y Ucinleicb Wedgwood, M. A. With Notes ,,! Additions by tlio Hon Gcorgo P.i Jlarab. Imperial octovo. Vol. 1. (A-D)' Price, on tinted paper, laid, brown cloln j).UU. This American edition is edited ,.y our greatest and best philologist, tlio Hon George P. Marsh, whoso contributiona to our stores 01 JingiiMi learning buvo made his reputation a national treasure." 'In typo and papor this volume Usuporb, and adds ouo more to the long list of valu able aud elegant works issued by the house uf Sheldon & Uo."No. 3U5 Broadway N.Y. A Ott'ANCi;. roit smjiistitutl's, As 1 firecly npoars to have iu his custody 900, liOO sturdy Abolitionists who ho says, aro eager to go into thu negro stealing business under "Ma.su LiucumV proclamation, it would not bo a bad idea for the llarrisburg peculato...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 8 November 1862

Farmer's Department. ACCUMULATION OF MANURE. , It the first plncc collect nil the rough tiiiitcriafs of your farm, rako all tho leaves of Ire!), and tho mould produced by , their decay, nnd cart them Into your cat tle yards, or form them into compost licups spread them in the barnyard as n , (layer to absorb itho liquid manure from your cattle. A supply should alsd be placed under cover so as to bo handy to bo used in winter, to litter your stables they imbibe nnd retain liquid manure, the most valuable from the stock, and wi'l nhuB furnish you with the rich foodtf , plants which would Otherwise bo lost. Tim vliliina nf rrimnn nwl tlin siiepril re. iiie x nines oi guano anti mo sucrai re- liililn imititf nturpil iti-iniirr- whti'li -n-n 11.1UI0 inailUlJClUrC.ll manures WlllLll.ua ritTprril In tlin firminir rriiniiilllittv. ire oucrc.il 10 .me urnimg coinmiiuuy-, hl ,hivr 'Inn riftfn 'bonta our testimony to, .Il.lVB 100 oucil DUinc our iismuiuiiy iU) 1lO render it necessary aiiaill i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 15 November 1862

COLUMBIA AND BL00MSBU11G GENERAL ADVERTISER. IjEVI Jb. TATE, Editor. TO IT OLD AND TItIM TUB TOROIT OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EAItTIT." TERMS, 82,00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 16. NO. 37. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1862, VOLUME 26. DEMOCRAT COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, rUDLTSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY LEVI L. TATE, IN DLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA. o pITo e f Urttk BiUig, oppmlte the r.tchaage, by itie of the Court Jouse. "Dtnecratle Head Quarters," TERMS OP SUHSCRIPTION. ft 00 In nilvnnco, for one copy, for six montlu. I 73 In mlvniico, for one roiy, one year, S 00 If not pulil within t lie lint thrcp months, S M Ifncit pnlil wllliln the first six mouths. S Sll If not (mid wlllihi tlicycnr, (17- So subscription taken for Ion than six montlis, imi no paper discontinued until all nrrcarnscs shall linvo tai'ii paid, AnvtRTtsBMrsT Inserted consplftioiily at one dollar iwr square, of 14 lines cnrli.for tlm three flrt Insertion uml twcntv-flvo cents, per square, fo...

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. — 15 November 1862

all Inlerforonco with llic Govornmcnt in a vigorous prosecution ol llio war for tho maintenance oi tho Constitution nnd the restoration of the Union, which was far, very far, ffom my intention. After a careful retrospect, I can solemn ly iloclaro beforo God and my country that I cannot rcproacli myself with any act of commission or omission sineo the existing trouble commenced. I havo never doubted that my countrymen would yet do me justice. In my special mes sage of tho 8lli of January, 1801, 1 pre scntcd n full and fair exposition of tho alarming condition of the country and urged Congress cither to adopt measures of compromise, or, failing in this, to pre pare for tho last alternative. In both as pects my tecommendation was disregar (led. I shall closo tltis document with a quotation of the last sentences of that message, as follows : "In conclusion, it may bo permitted I 3 to remark that 1 havo oltcn warned mo my countrymen of tho dangers which tow surround us. This may be the l...

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. — 15 November 1862

SlIEKIF TT)Y virlno of n writ of Yentlilioni Ex- rin. to ine il I rpctfl , lsticl nut of Hie Court of Common usns ni uiu i ninny 01 i;miimuin, win no ex posed I" public aula nt t lie public lirumn nf w. A. Kline, (u Huhrsbirg, III said futility, nil CATUHDA Y, Till: .Mill I'AV Or' NOVKMIIHIt, IHO'J, lit una o'clock 1". M , rifsnl .1 ilny, , , , A certain lot of ground, sittmtoin IMiors- l.nrg. (Ireotitvnnd tow tis'litp, Unlin Ida roiinly, bounded iia pillows, on tlii vvnst hy Main street of snl.l town, on tho koiiIIi hy tlio public ruml lending tnt lahlnscrcik, on Iho ont unit north by Iniids or Wllllnm Miithcr. con taining t"10 n.ronnil nuo"pinrler of luml, mora or teas, whereon In eroded iitwo story frntui! ntnro houe, tnn gool Irnmo dwellings until two story lilfli Willi Ilia appurtenances. ALSO, One otltcr lot of ground silurtto in Orern.tnn.I township, nforcsnlrti hounded on tho tioilli by Hi ' .Mnln ro'nl tinillui! from Kolirsl.urg lo Mlllvlllc, mi Hi'1 tvost buiiIIi mill tii ...

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. — 15 November 1862

Parmor's Department. HEADING LATEOAMUGE. It sometimes happens, cither through the Utencsa of tho ienion,('r neglect in rarly planting, tho cnbbngcs do not head completely before cold weather sets in. Theso arc often fed to cattle, or thrown nway, while by a little care they might be made to head during the fall and ear ly winter. To accomplish this, proceed ns follows: First,make a wide trench, and transplant the cnbbngc into it, set ting them together in a tripplo row. At each end of the row drivo in a crotched Ftakc, and lay a rail from one to the other, to form a ridge pole a foot or more above tho cabbages. Make a roof of old boards or slabs, ono end resting on tho pole and the other end on the ground, no as to shed water. Over this, lay a little straw, six or more inches thick, and when tho winter sets in, put on as many inches of earth, making tho sur face smooth and hard, so as to bo nearly rain proof. At each end of the row leave a ventilating hole, which must be loosely fil...

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. — 22 November 1862

JLfJCjIyIUv AND BLOOMSBUEG GENERAL ADVERTISER. B,B2VB fi. TATE, JEilitor. TO HOLD AND TItIM THE TOUCH OP TKUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DA11KENED EARTH." TEKMS: $2,00 PER ANNWitt. VOL. 16. NO, BLOOM BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1862, VOLUME 26. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT I'onr.rsitKD r.vr.nv satuhday, iiy LEVI L. TATE. IN BLOOMSDUHO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, o v To e Iii t'le ntin IMtk Hulltllng, apineUf tie Eithangr, bij tide of the Court llunie. "Deiiocratlc Head tiunrttrt." TunMS or suitRcnii'Tro.v. Jl no In n ivalin', for ono cniy, fornix uinntlii, I ?. In iidviinro. fur one copy, one year. 9 111 If nut puld tt illiin hi; llrt thri'i; niontlit, y 2.1 irimtp.ilil within tlic tlrst tlx mouths. '. .VI Knot piilil within tlipyiMir. 07 No siiliHirlnlliiii tnki'ii I'ur le tlmn six inonttm, tint mi 'iiht discontinued until nil nrreiirnses shall h.ive linen I'lilil. Anvr.in ikmi:t inserted oiii-nicuoii'ly nt oaeihllnr per H'l'i'in'i of 11 lines nu ll, fur the three firt inserti...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 November 1862

COLUMBIA DBHOCRAT BDITI'.U nY LEV! I.. TATD, FROPRlRTOtt JRIiOOMSgUlIKft, IA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1862. THE NATIONAL PLATFORM! PURPOSES OF THE WAR I " ConoRtss, nY x vote KRtRi.T tmtunous, pah'si) Tnit oumvisn urmiCTioi, nuirit rii-nrwn Tim -.oick or tnNT! and t Tim true T!nRui)rt.tYAt.Tv: "That trio present .leptnrnb o e vil war has been present oVMnrnblo civil war lias been forced upon tho country hy tho ilLunlonlnts of tho Southern ytates, now ill nriin nc'iint me uonnmiiiionni Government, anil In arms around Iho Capital ; Hint In thl NAtlminl rryereonftv. Cmiiresfl. Vianlshlmr nil feel Irtg of merft passion or resentment, will recollect only Mm riulr tn His whole country : that this trarii vet iraied! 7i iAfir pari in any spirit of oppression, or for nnK;r jMiPMitjMMtoriiiywiiiin m tmtmrtif A th rittht tir ttnhlixhed init it ufinna ur , tuti smtei uii iitfend and maintain the mprtmtitu nf t Ctnittltion,nnil tj pristrve tht union, trill the dig- il, cfunily, andrighli ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 November 1862

-rgl .1 ii ft i ii n h ; iii til i miiiiiitiv jilTl'RlVlV.NOVEMBSIl 22, 1802 t.T Lieut Uroouwny is at homo ot a Luting expedition (?) BSrTIio Hoard walk between tlio Do ,ljnil Main Street needs some repairs. ought to bo seen to. ft? For legal advertisements relating December court, seo tlio columns of the jlumUa Democrat. :o: jy Captains Shoemaker and Jacoby, rtthfr with several other military gen- i.--.. : i (v.- r ,i. -iiicn navo uuou hi iuiii iui u ii;w uu.i, at returned to Camp. :o. tar Jonathan Fry, ono of iho drafted lililia from Montour Towiuhip, in this- . i rl O! TT !- jjUlyieU 1U VUIII) QlIIllllUIIS, llillTIS jr f, and was brought homo aim bunou. :o: A fraud in making up the records ftho New York Custom House, has just son discovered. It has been going on ir over a year, under this republican ad- iuistration, and tin- defalcations aro over one million of dollars. . :o: Tax on Makuiaok OmmricATis. ' , !..: Tt. nnt..il 1. ......,- tu decided that all marriage certificates bu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 22 November 1862

Fanner's Department, .jij.'.iiai.ujx.i-;'U-'(".jii-JiJLL WINTERING MlLnil COWS. Oooil, warm slicikling.J if not already ni-nnnrml. niinulillin rot mat! V for tllCSU. It' 0 , , 1 flavine an CVC. US aircauv ltltlinaiUU. loriililcllonlicllliesseneu,no'Aieiiiiiiiour cimoiiiers 111c """"o ' ' heiicllt ncLriilinr. The retail nrlru Is now S5.T per 20UU ! proper ventilation. It will take more time and give some trouble, but yon will bo amply repaid for it, if tlio cows should bo well rubbed down with a wisp of straw daily, or curried and rubbed down, watered night and morning, and given an ounce or two of salt twice a week, or of tho salt and ashes mixture, with a little lime added. Give them the uso of an enclosed yard, which should at nil times be provided with rough ma terials to turn into manure. Their food should be cut, as suggested elsewhere. Tho roots when fetl to cows should be mixed with cut hay, fodder or cornstalks. Young cattle should bc well cared for during winter ; give them...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 29 November 1862

COLUM DEMOCRAT, i. AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. i liBVI Su TATE, Editor. TO HOLD AND TItIM TUB TOUGH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TIIE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS : $2,00 WiR ANNUM. VOL. 16. NO. 39. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1862. VOLUME 26. BIA GOLIMIA DMIOCBM published every Saturday, by LEVI L. TATE, tH DLOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. OFFICE L ill ntu tlrltk BMdlng, rpposlls the F.irhange, ly tide etke Court Heutt. "Democratic Head Quarter." TERMS OF SURgORirTION. 1 0(1 In advance, for ono copy, for six inontln. 1 7i In nilvnnro, for one copy, ono year. 2 09 IT not nalil within tlio llrit three inontlu. I irnot (laiil within tho first six months. " 51) Ifnot imitl witliln tlioycnr. IT7-No subscription taken for loss than six months, incii no paper discontinued untllnll nrrcnrnscs shall havu bAnvi'uTtsEMKNTS Inserted conspicuously tit oncdollar AII.i.i... fnr .,, ,l,.nn fl.ct lllttArtlnllh lln'l twcntv-llvo cents, per si"nrc, for every subsciuent ...

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. — 29 November 1862

iu wmnx nmn.ni) Am uuiiuiiiuiii vmnxjamxi untTRD nv lkvi" TATUt rnorruETOit IIIittOMSISlJllCi IA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMDEIl 29, 1862. THE NATIONAL PLATrORM! PURPOSES OF THE WART CoNonru, bt a vn niv pxasimous, rxssrn titis miMWIIKI BtBOLUTIOI, WHICH UNIHII Tll VOICK or TUB NT0 AND IS THE TRUK STAXDARn Or LOYALTY ! "Tlint Hie present 'dcplornblo civil war Inn been fircid upon tlic connlty by tho illiinlonlsl of tlio Pouthorn Slates, nowin nnni against tho Constitutional Oovcrnnicnt. nml In arms around tlio Capital! Hint In this National emergency, Congress, banishing nil feel ing or inero passion or rcsenimciu. vin immrci nmi its duty to tlio whole country ! that this tearU not vagti en their port in any spirit of oppression, or for any pur' vesecf conquest or subjugation crp urposeof overthrowing t.i..r..!. ..lit il riirAu or established institutions oi those Mates, butto defend and maintain the supremacy of the Constitution, and H preserve the Union, Kit the dig nity, (7101 ana M...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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