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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 29 November 1862

WMBIAjliniOCRA'f, SATlUDAY.NOVKilIREIl 29, 18G2. (rfjpsymJiJufcjwJiJjjwiiiij.iuyMita4K'gi,uajajjiicrfa j&fllorfchol V.Johnsou of Georgia has been olcetcd to tlio Confcdornto Scnato from that Stato. jo; tST'J'lioro nro said to bo wolvas back on tlio mountain, Wo wish somebody would lioot ono and bring us tlio skin. :o: - ES-Of tlio two hundred men drafted in Afhland county, Ohio, ono hundrod nnd eighty aro Democrats. Ciminnalli Enqr, : o; BSrAccording to tho Pliila. Inquirer Nov. 20th, Mr. Samuel L Uettlo of Light street is Provost Marshal of Columbia county. :o: 1 jQTTlio oflioial Dcmocratio majority in Illinois is 19,501. Lincoln's majority nvo years ago was 11,000. Dcmocratio gain, 30,000. :o: UST'l'lio Now York Wotll has put on a new suit of type, and is tho handsomest, and among tho largest and ablest papers iu tho city. Its columns display an unu sual amount of Editorial labor aud care. :o:- tSrTho array of Durnsido is at a stand still, and is likely to bo for two weeks, bu...

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. — 29 November 1862

DVmor's Department. ODJOTS OP FOOD FOR CATTLE. TVhy do animals require moro foon in l oM than in warm weather, and wliy poffet more if ilcprived of it ! The objects of food are three : 1st, to onpply material for growth to growing animals, and to compensates for wastos, both in tho growing and in those already grown ; 2d, to afford warmth, by a pro. eras similar to combustion, whicn cer tain ingredients of tho lood undergo in the animals body ; 3d, to afford pleasures. The Creator his provided for the hap- pincss, as well as tho mere cxislance, of all his' creatures, Practically tho objects of food for do mtBtic animals aro two ; to supply mat ter for tho body, mm to sustain its warmth. The portions of food contain ing nitrogen, as the gluttcn in tho ccr rals and the lean of tho meats go to form muscle, tendons, skin, and all other tiss u3 of tho body, Those not containing nitrogen, as the starch in the cereals, nnd the fat of meat, servo aa fuel to keep np the. tempcratur8 of the b...

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. — 6 December 1862

AND BLOOMSBUKG GENERAL ADVERTISER JL. 'A'A'tTfli, fljililor.j TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TOUGH OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TIIK DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 16. NO, 40. 10LUM lilA DBHOCRATI I'UHMSHED EVKUY SATURDAY) 11Y LEVI L. TATE. ;ti BLooMSBuna, Columbia county, pa, OKFIOE t tin Mi" HrUk Ituililtng, f(iDl( th Kichangc, Jy of tin Court House. 'Democratic IteaJ tiuartcri." TERMS Or HURSORIl'TION. fjl 0) III advnuco, for out copy, fur six mnntlii. I ;5 In advance, fur mio ropv, ono year. 8 IM If nut :il.l u'lthlii tin' ilrt three months. 'i 3.5 If not ii1. 1 within tin.' Ilrst months. 4 If not :i I ! ullliln the year. " f Xo sub-jcrlplloii taken fur losq than six months, , in, I no paper discontinued until nil nrrenrngo shall havo t 'i- n ' a i 1 1 . ' Am-tRiHrMfST" Inserted cniiiitlninintv nt oncMlar E n t uoni. f I'.' lines each. for the throe firt,t insertions I. mil trtuutV'llvu cunts, per 8 tars, fur rvuiy utgO'iu.:iit , 1 i.;rti n i until nnb run tint or.llliiiinl. Joo Work, of vi'ry doacii...

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. — 6 December 1862

COLIiJIBlA DBMOCBAT edited nv i,evi i.. tate, rnorntETou BliOOilSSEIllKG, PA, BATUHDAY MOltNIMO, DECEMBER 6, 1862. tajjmjaatamjUMiajWHiii MmmsmrtBscpMO Opinions of Jtidgo Dohglai. ncpubllcnni of our dy, now tlint ho la no moro.profcss Implicit faith In tlio opinions of the Into Hon, Siii-iien A. DoI'iilak. We call to the witness Hand tho fixing hitory of that tried patriot and eminent statesman. In Hie United States Senate, upon tho 3d of January, 1801, Judge Douglas said ! '1 m1dres the Inquiry to republicans nloncor the rtn ta)hal in lit CVmll( of thirteen, a few days ago, trery member from the SjutA, inclvdinff those from the cotton States (Messrs. Tombs and Davis) erpressed their read! tiess to accept the proposition tf my venerable friend from Kentucky (Mr. Crittenden) ns n 1'lNAl, SUTTLKMUNT of the eontrorersy, if ttnitrtd and sustained by rcpvbltran members. "ItENUU, TIIU SOW UKSt'ONtHUIMTV or our ni8Anrti:i:.Mi;T, and tiii: only uip. 1'ICUI.TY IN TIIU WAY or AMICAlll.i: ADJU...

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. — 6 December 1862

COLUMBIA DHOGRAT. svrounw.unuisuBi a o, 1802. BST Wo a-u pleased to Ioars that llowio lvnile Potter, of isconsln, has liccn defeated in tho Milwaukee- district, by over 2UUU majority, by It. A. Drown, a true national ucmocrai, J ims, one after another of tho "Union Saver" is loft at homo and an old "Union Saver" sent in his place What Stops the Akmv From the army new wo publish this morning gays tho iV. Y. World, it will be seon that the only reason for General Hum side's long delay opposite Fredericks, burg is tho inefficiency of the War Do partmenl at Washington. Tho army supplies aro not forwarded in season, and General Rurnside finds it as im possible to move us did General McClell an und r similar circumstriiiecs. Dut how is it tho rebel aimy can movo so rapidly with not a twentieth part of the military resources that aro at tho com mand of our government, may be asked. Partly becausu General Leo und Jackson are in a friendly country, but mainly because the, powers at Itlchinon...

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. — 6 December 1862

I LECTURE ON UUTTEIl MAKING, xno loiiowing extracts nro iroin a lecttiro of Mr. James Dumbrill, one of tlio most extensive dairy formers J,of England, beforo tlio London Farmers' Club : Our next considerations will be in the. inilocr dcpartmcnl ; and in the first place, it is strongly to bo recommended, where it is practicable, thai the dairy bo a distinct establishment away from tho rosidenco of tlio proprietor. A dairy-maid's duties are too onerous to allow of any distraction, and wo all know that domestic events will happen at times which require the wholo strength of the company. The marriago of a daughter or the birth of a son, might be tolerated ; but thcro are the more fre quent occurring dinner parlies, great washes, brewing days, fco., when even tho important duties ol the dairy become secondary. Therefore it is dcsircablo to placo tho dairy under tho care of respon sible servants who have no other duties. A man and his wife and a boy are suffi cient staff to manage a dairy...

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. — 13 December 1862

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT 1 .'I AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. 1 LEVI lu TATE, Editor. TEItiTIS: 83,00 PER AXNVVL TO trnT.Tk nm mr, . " iU,j TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 16. NO. 41. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, PUIUjISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY "jEVI L. TATE, IN BLOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. 0 F FK) E Ci the new Tlritk BuiltHnr, opposite the V.ithange, by Mi uflht Court Home. "DcmotrMt Jttai Hnarttrl," TERMS OP SUllKCRirTION. $1 ni) In ndvanrc, fur one doiy, fiir six montlii. f, 5i, In nilvntif e, for ono top, riile yenr. roll Knugnlil Within the- lint tlireo inbHthi. t r. .... ...ilt.t.. ..... A- - i . II uvl i'ntil Wtlitp.llvu rtrrt six mouths. nv- Vo cnlnrrlpllnii "ikeii for CS (liarfri i Minoiiaiier1i.poiilliiuoauiiti.,, arrearages ill mnntiiit. siail lne ADvmriislriT InsertiM ftm.plruniKlynt one'5"" n'r 'iinrOinf W linen carli.for tin- thti.'Hf't iiuerlloiu tin.) ttvcntv-llvu cr-nti, per 8' iiire. for every' ubjciucnt insertion, until onli-rcil di ontiioiQil. Jim ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 13 December 1862

1810-7,2.WU. U0 45 per cent ia tio of i i o, IB-' J- '.'.Odd.iai : UJ 13 nor cent ra tio of increase. 1830 12,800,0-20 5 UIJ'-IO per cant, mtio of iucrenlo'. 181017,000,453 ; 3207 per cent, ratio of increase, 1850 23 10lB)0 35-67 par cent, ratio of increase. 1800 31,413,700 ; 35-59 per cent, ratio of increase This shows an average decennial jn crease of Ol'OO per cent, in population through tin seventy ycurs from our first to our last census yet taken. It i seen that the ratio of iucreasc at no one of these seven periods is cither 2 per cent. below, or 2 por cent, above the average, thus showing how inlloxiblo aud consequently how reliable the law of iu croase in our case is. Assuming that it will contiuuo, gives the following results 1870, 42,333,311 ) 1880, 50,007,210; 1800, 70,077,872 ; 1000, 103,203.415 ; 1010, 133,018,520; 1820, 180,034,335; 1030,251,030,014. These figure show that our country may bo as populous as Europo now is, at isomo point bftweeu 1030 and 1030, nay about ...

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. — 13 December 1862

E'OMllliilA DBMOCRM r.ATUIM)AY(l)IJ(i:SIHEIt 13, 18G2. 'J jtu Diri'nuF.Nci:. In Oongrom, last, v , k, Mr. SnuUbuiy ollorstl n resolution , ''nntc, rnlling on tho Secretary of' V'i, 'to inform tho Rcnnlo why certain j i w.ons ol tlii.t State, white men, wore ! , 4 , veil of their libcity. 'l'ho ltrpulj!-1 refused to call fur. the information, I laying tho rosolutkn on the table. j Sumner ofl'crs a resolution of similar i ii ott to know wliy certain black mm ' vrrc deprived of tficir liberty, and the! K-ohition is Immediately passed. This i , ignilleant, and shows the policy of tho i. joiity of tho Sonato. :o: Morn. Money Wantj:). Tho Wash, irsgton correspondent of tho Raaton Ihruld nates tho Commissioners under tho act - mancipnting tho slaves in tho District of Columbia, have completed their labors. )er thico thousand slaves have been freed 1 y them, nnd while the price paid for each ,s on au average only about one half or two thirds their estimated valuo the appro priation of one m...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 13 December 1862

Fanner's Department. " AoRtovnmiis ut Mnillsi,iiiruL, Tint most Uss fi'L,iiiHKutTNoi CMn.oytmroi Man." ttashlngltn I.IIAIN AT CHICAGO. A late corrcspumhnt at Oliicngo writes ;.a follows ; I-'ifty.fivo million bushels of grnin liavo hcon rcoeivcil hero during the twclvo months just ended, which is nineteen million more than any previous year. A gentlemen who lives in the interior of our Stato, told mo this week that he had n large quantity of uom, and that it would cost Imn four cents per bushel to shell it, and six cents to haul it to the railroad, and that at the largest price ho could get for it, (eight cents,) ho should be two cents per bushel worse off than if ho should give it all away in the cribs. In such regions, corn in the car is being used for fuel, as muclujhcaper than coal. Our pork packing season is only half over, and there havo been already cut up 200,000 hogs, (whole number last year, 231,000,) whioh is a (steady increase from 48,000, ten years ago. Our beef packing...

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. — 20 December 1862

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT m 1 i i AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. IJ5VI li. TATE, Editor. TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH OP TltUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DA11KENED EARTH." TERMS i S2,0 PER ANNUM. VOL. 16. NO, 42. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 18(52, VOLUME 26. COLUMBIA DR90GRAT. VUUTilBUKt) EVERY SATURDAY, 11Y LEVI L. TATE, lit BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. 0 F FIC E (t (ft aeto frcfc liuUillnff, oppotUt th I'.tthange, by tide TERMS 01' SU1ISCHTPTI0N. t no In ndvnnci!, for onu copy, for six months. j H In advance, fur one. copy, nni! ycnr. 1)9 IT not paid wllhln tin lirl three months. 5 1i f mil paid within lliu tlrstslx mouths. .'ill I T not pa lil within thu year. f-i Vii aiih.criiillnu taken Tor Ions tliiiu Fix mouths. iml no paper discontinued iintilull urreurngcg shall have teen paw. InVKliriSKMKNTS llis'l.ieii ouspiclliiu-iy Ul unt upiior f, 11..... ......I. t... li...... rt..t I I,. n. !.... . ll'f B'llliirUt "I lull"'" tnii"i ma "H iioi;iihph insertio...

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. — 20 December 1862

OOlil'JlBlA DIU10CBAT. UDITI'.I) HY LEVI I . TATti, PROrRIUTOIl ftlsOOiHSJItim.., A. SATURDAY MORNING, Df-CEMERR SC. 18C2. JMJBl'OSES OF THE WAK1 t-oxiiiirws, nv a hie nearly chasimcu, passed tns vuLijnvtRM MiSiUrrtox, wmcn rernrssn i iir oice ur till- NttlCIS AMI 19 TIIClKt'K STANDARD nr LOYALTY 1 "Thnl tin) present deplorable rlll wnr Iiiik been -fired upou Ilia touittry hy tlio ill.'inionlstii or the Southern states, now in nrms nnliivt Ilia L'untlitiitionnl .iivfriiiiicitt,niid In nrin nroutul llio Cnpilnl ; that In this Nntlomil I'ucreciicy, Congrun. banishing nil fonl- iu oi mere passion nr resentment, win rrriilliet nnly its duty to tlm wholcrountry that thli war it net leagnl en thtlrparlin any tjttrit of pprttiion,cr fcr-nnyipnr-putt cf tonqnttlvr tuhjngaiion arpnrposref vrerthrcirlng tr interfering ylUt the right! or tttabUthcit taitiluticnt if tkote States, bulto lltftnd and maintain tlm ennntnarn t 'tin UonitifutUin, and U prtferct the Union, with Ike dig nity, tjwcHty,i...

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. — 20 December 1862

ffTTirlr. riiiTTI lln i IIiiIIiii 111 w i nun ii l ; w mu-. pi i ti a.rij.i.riY, utinnitilXTTTr" fm '''iiof.hu election. mniu,d ,e-wiw..rvrt....o now i'oiucs forward yllo. T.W. lI.gg.iHbiij a llMtonU,nd,,,,7lhutru,,,or,'Jo'orntopo i,bo1!tionlt, lias becomu Colon! of a ig. J'1'0''' n"'1 ,Vus tI,tJ IU lio to nil his pur. iuicnt of South Oaro inn nlgirors. i y r'klll1s- :o. I 0,1 t! lubjuct of the recant elections, ho lroy Anntvorsty, N.Y,htis aim: j W..l QyA J)oni0otnt , CCIU!,,JurillIa I tlm "I'rovidetiC'j ihco ogicnl Oollugn," j number, iCaiiiing the t.tiiua ol Democracy 1 and bo undor the supervision of tho lit. j'10"1 habit,aml not iconuo they oinooso ltev. ArchbUhop Hughes. :o: It"A uolm which U not musical to Km- . .. . . llr . uiicipn lining- II.-tioh. Titnbur which nigger worshipers tiro i afraid of- the two Woods of New York. ! ......... ... . I jNuu wiuuti "military necessity ' cant oracle liuttcmutri, A Sen which will eventually swallow up ibo whole crow of fanatic in the l...

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. — 20 December 1862

Farmer's Department. QUAFFING HAY AND COttN STALKS ECONOMY. A Great deal ofpto and con lias of late been published on tho economy of ennff ing corn atglks and hay as food for bov incs and horses. Tho vetem John John ston says ho has tried it, and the increase did not say the matting ; and for the same reason he never crows a natch ol roots for the delectation of his milk cows in winter, lint what is fair ccouomv for Mr. Johnston on his largo and very pro ductive farm, should not bo practiced by the small fanner who is at less espouse for labor, and is necessarily obliged to make tho most of every vegetable pro duct, In tho March Farmer, we read of a Connecticut fanner who has biought up a worn out farm to keep thirty head of bovincs, that would keep only six or eight head before. He not only chaffed his well saved stalks, but he steamed them also, with meal, oil cake, bran, etc. ; soiling his cattle in summer, by which means he was enabled to make 750 loads of composted nnnurc yearl...

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. — 27 December 1862

UMlULnAl, W PJJ m M va AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. liKVS l. 'JTA'B'E, Editor. TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'EU THE DARKENED EARTH." TI3EMIS 83,00 iI2It ANN Will. VOL 16. WO, 43. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PBNN'A,, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, ISG2, VOLUME 26. ooTiiMBi'A mmki puui.isuim ni:ny satuiiday, jiy LEVI L. TATE, IN DLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, T., o fFTo E tir if") TJrlffc HiilMfmr, eiunlir thi V.rrhnnpe, hy title pIAc Coiirl Home. "Democratic Head Huartcri." mints of suiwuti'TtoN. k fl'l 111 tntviiiiri', fur mil1 copy, fur six inontlu, 1 7.1 III ii. tenure, fur nm rupy, mi ) ear. 3 ll'l If mil puM wllhlii Hi" lint three, month). S! 5.1 If ""t 1'nl'l within tin' Ilr! kIx uiuiithi. 0'."ill If n"t palil within thi-vi-ar. (T - 'n siih-iertpllnii taken Inr lea tlmn fit liioutlm, uil mi paper tllacMiitluuuil until nil urrusir.igus eIhiII Iiiivu Ll, .Ml .alil. Anvxil nK'ti-"T. Iiti Tti'il rnitiiplrioiiy nt our ilnllar iht Kl'iio "' '" '' ,ir tl ' lllri'i' ti...

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. — 27 December 1862

EflLUHBlA DBMOCRAT. ui)iTiu by i,i:vt i.. tatu, Titonmyrort fsa.ooiiasismtc;:, pa. SATU11DAY MOnNINO, DECEMBER 27, 1862. JCWc shall next week, for tho first tunc in sixteen yarns, omit tbo publication of tbo Columiiia Democuat. If thcro ever was n timo, when such omissiou would appear excusable, it is certainly now, when expeutes have run up enormously, and we are paying Twelve Dot-LAits instead of seven dollars for one buudle cf printing paper I Sorely wo -can afford to omit one publication, that tho printers may have a brief holiday, and sanction a custom gou crally observed by country Editors. The next Democuat will appear upon the 10th of January 1803. i a- , BSjrNuw Yeaus' Address. Our faith ful Carrier, requests us to advertise his Pa trons, that upon tho first of January, ho will present them with a neatly priutod -and interesting "New Year's Address.'' lie believes it will give general satisfaction. They should remember, that during tho past year, in all Eorts of weather, ho...

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. — 27 December 1862

W Sift coliubia democrat. S.VTUID.W, nurBJIBUt ,27, 1802. ltV.-rC-jr ass-w. iasssvisani.iiit to? 'ol Freeze will ilulivor n Lecture before tlio "Ladies Army AM Society" of . . iMi.lv Ho, on Him, Saturday Evening. JO: I v-TIio Wmliington AVamnys that our w- uidoil at Fredericksburg nmountlo II.; 7i .. it ioC uotgWo tho uumbor of kind , i mUuiiir" , , ul iiiiaBiiiL,. :o: 1 I ... ., ,, 1 Rirrilt! War tj(lT8 Ol tUO VCeuII.1 of tlio . . ii l 1 I . V . at la of l rederieksburg aro mod distress- ,,,, . . , n , , ., tug. X Ins region hits suffuicd heavily. j Wo have collated what wo could of tho I tiisjasLera. fiV Congregational meetin;; wi'l be t. .1.1 in R 1iiIj nl,i..,.l. l!Vr,,.l.,,. ' 6' 1 iturday, January !Jrd, 1?0:J, for the pur-1 " ' ' i T JjO of r-cliilli; tllO 1'oWS for tho CllSuitltr ! ' w " and until Knuter Mouday, 1801. -:o:- J5r;V It is Hated on so good authority as tli o Washington corr(Mioiidrnt of tho Now York Timra, that the I'roiident, on recei ving intelligence that, Gen...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 27 December 1862

Fanner's Department. V ARMING NOW AND THEN. When this deponent came lo little Soncca in 1801, all the good luriiiiiip; Iiero was confined to growing tha largest fields of wheat of the but kind iro.n the virgin soil. I'lio man who then Rolil the most wheat from his farm was called the best farmer; he, ofconrso, grew a large patchy ol rye to Iced with tho 'cut straw to Ins heavy German plow horses ; but his corn licld was then small, always neglected,; and very weedy, so that he rarely liar- fi t fwl luftrn llinn nnim ntmimlt in t,t4 r rfr ' ti4?h,u iiiuiii tiitifi uuill UllWllll IU lUi ii, it for his family- Farmers who then liar -vested 000 .or more bushels of wheat, rarely ever kept more than two or lluce cows, and poor ones at that only a few rough sheep to make the wool lor the linsoy woolscy and fulled cloth of the family. Hut all that is changed now thanks to iho-ndvanco of tho wheat midge for jostling tho farmes onto! the old traek of depending oh tho wheat crop as tho only pa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 10 January 1863

iJ AND BLOOMS BU.HG GENERAL ADVERTISER EjKVB'V. ,TA'1'B3, Editor TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOUCH OF TIIUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS i S2,W PUB AMWIJ1H. VOL, 16. NO. 44. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1863, VOLUME 2G. 1 I 1 , iJOIiUMIADRMOGRA'l I-UniilSItEI) BVKIIY HATUlltUY, UY LEVI L. TATE. hi Dtoorianuno, oolumdia county, pa. OFFICE i iS Hi nrw Tlrhk nullillnff, ni(il th I'.irhangn, hj tide iftht Curt tlonte. "DrmocrMc Head (lartcr$." j TERMS 01' SUIWnitPTION'. $1 01 III mlviiiico. fur nti ri)', rrtc month. I 7.1 lu n.lvunn', for one mpv, one yeur. 9 tin Ifntit pilil wltlilii tin' llrt three inontli. SJ I r not palil within the llmt U uioiiltia. ,"1 Ifmit ;ilil wltlii't tltn vur. re-N'n iili"iTlillnii tnkeii I'ur 1ih thin Ml mnntln, mil mi inner illi'iintiiiiiuil ii mil. ill iitreuragi'mliiill Imve b l"ll palil. AnvfariFMiKT In.Tfil ro'1'iilniniii.lv nt itnc dollar hi. .ninr.. nf 111 11. ll',. I'lldt. for III.. Hiree tlf.t Ilia,.. I In,,...

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. — 10 January 1863

COLOMBIA DEMOCRAT, KMTr.D HY LEVI I.. TATB, l'Ror-Kir.TOR ItLOOiTISltlllKS, 1A. SATURDAY MORNINO, JANUARY 10, 18C3. gtywnMHwauiMtaaiiriBjiiMa PURPOSES OP THE WAR! rwnnw, nr x vnT ukam.y cnahimoch, rtn ui rnLLnivimi n mournon, muni Kxriu:E tiik oicKor Hit; NlTIOI ARD IS TIIKTIUI6 HTANDAtin or LOYALTY : "That tlio ptctcnt iloplornlilo civil unr hn liocn farccil upon tlio country liy tlio iliiinioiilnta of tlio floutherii etatc, now In nriui nBnlnttlioCnni.titiilioiial CJovcrnnient, nml In nrmrnirouml tlio Cnpllnl J that in thl National cixomcnty, t'ouorcfs, lianlhhiR nil furl. In? of nicro pnlnn or rrprntinrtit. will recollect only itn duty to tlio whole country ; thnt this war in not uaettl on I htlr partln miy tjiirit of oiiprrtilon, or for unymr. ofitttrfertne vlth th riskt or utablished tn$titutton$ 6r (wise oiniMi out id orcna nnu mnininin ine supremacy of hi Constitution , and U pmerre the Union, vitk the dig- t riuat tiyi anu ripnis oj ine eivrrai ciaies vnimpatriti; &tH as...

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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