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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 September 1866

i ' yl 'ry'Jf - n m 1 in .wniH .. 1 he (Jolumblnrt, AW INDEPENDENT JOXHINAV ftu roousiiHD EVEnr satuiway, in" f'""ooMbrB, Columbia Count)-jTlHi" 't Two DolUri a yenr.'ln ndvance. J tiotJptUJ In 4Ttoe,TwononrtntidI-nrTy Ccnt. " "AddrcM all lettors to orconon ir, Moonn, IMItor of tho Columbian, lllooimburg, Columbia County, I'n. THE PROPHECY. 6 BY CI.AKA CLYD1-. "Draw nearer, llltlo Alice. ' T1 dark and cold without, .""And through the plnc-trco branches, " ' Tho North winds shrlelc nnd shout; Tilt your llttlo hands heforo you, Your hend upon my knee, And I will tell to you a tolo Thnt onco wns told to mo, '"Tin alxty-tiinc long years ago Or oventy, It Is true 'My Rrandatro told to mo Uio talo That yours now tells to you ; ti'vlla wan 11 tender-hearted man, With thin hair snowy while, And Btood as no.ir on to the Kiavo As I now stand to-night." "Tho old man softly murmured on, Of hopes ond friends In Heaven, Of boyish hopes nnd boyish faults J , The last long slnco forgiven ; 1 Of the...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUiRG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1866. raw. okouiif; n. moohi:, I'.oiToit- llLOOMMlinUI, SATl'llDAY, HKIT. , I SOU. GREAT MEW. Tin: Jladicah held a meeting In thi plneo on Tuesday evening, nt the Court jtousu, mid wero entertained by twooi the nut men of Hradfbril County. Wo refer to tlu Hon. l Merctir and How tieorge liuulon. Tho burden of tholr discourse wits the eirusdfty of " Anterl can citizens of African descent" with whttu mull. From whnt win eufd It could bo clearly Inferred tlmt wlilto liven liud no rights which tho black man was bound to respect. Morcur apologized for his vote Ini fa vorof negro stitrrugo In tho District of Columbia on two grounds ! Tlio first was, tltut the olllcorn to boeleeted iutho District wero municipal or loud, mid thewi, that negroos of tlio District wero more intelligent and liettr educat ed than the best educated white- man In his audience. This l.s tv fact which ho must have discovered by association with the citizens of Hloom...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 September 1866

THE COMIMBIAJSy I3LOOMS13Ull, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, JS6G. jl- LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A, Wins copious rnlns wo hiivo boon vis- ltcd with lmvu hud. strniiL'o to my. no ' affect upon the river, which Is us low its during iv dry season. Fon E.1I0 nt Peter Ent'.s store, nt Light Street, one thousmitl hurrcls pu re Whole VInc-Riir Cider. Also, twenty empty cider barrel "JoVVili.iam L. Maddock A Co., deal ers In lluu groceries, No. ll." South Tltlrd Street ( opposite tho Olriinl Hunk), ' i'hlludelpliin. Tim puhlle stile of ostnto of John San key, deceased, situated in .Scott Town uhlp, presents n excellent opportunity Tor Investment. Tho s-nle will take tilaco on Thursday, October lll'teenth. Tun report of the match Rfiino of ba-o ball between tho Pioneer Club, of this "5pce, and the -Live Oaks, of Danville, la unavoidably crowded out this week. It will appear In our next. George Reiswick. has discontinued tho sprinkling of tho streets. Ho did tho job well, and gave general .satisfac tion. ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 22 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, )LOOMSBURO,i SATUUDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 18G6. THE BACUELOn ANSWERED, nv mattir HYr.it iiiiittm. Many thanks, my donridr, for your generous offer, lint cro 1 accept It, yim see, Tlicre'ii two or llireo iiucatloiia you might ns veil ntuwer Kro 1 niKwr lliosa you nskod me. Ami first, I'll remark, Just liy wny of beginning, I think you nro winding In tact; It tnkes nil tho romance from w oolng nnd winning To make It no muttcr-of-fucl. You take. It for granted Hint nil Hint Is wanted la simply that you should propose, And any to yourself, "Well, It's likely I'll UUo liar; tint first I'll 11ml out what she knows." Perhaps, Mr. lliiehclor, you limy discos cr Two slilcs ton bargain llku that! And unless you can answer these question to suit me, My " no" Is docldod nn J Hat. The enso Is quite plain, you unlovable tinner, In choosing rt partner for life, To keep n clean house, niul to cook a good dinner Are all you requlro In a wife, Vow, pray, do you think any sensible, woman Wou...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 September 1866

tswt he (otumljin n, , tata of gulucrliiiinfl. One Hiinnrr.ono or three lne rtlons ..(1 tj) Kneli FUbscquont Insertion le timn thirteen. Ono Hfjunro ono month ,. -i iu Tw o " " g ut Three " " c m I'nur " " 0 00 Half column " to U) Ono column " 15 oj r.xis-ulor'snnd AilmlnMrator's Notices . w Audllor'B Notices s (y) lldltorlnl Xotlcea twenty cents per line. Other advertisements inserted according to pc ctnleontinct. m ruiiMiiiBu nvriiY sA-runnAT, in n:n.M. ip.n ii.Uam n i'ftnr. lit mlvfinen. If tint, linlil In edtAtieo, Two Dollars una I my tents, . . unonon it. Moonr, lMltor of tliii (Jot.WMUAJf, lllootnsburR, Cohimhli Comity, l'n. BLOOMSBURG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21), 1800. VOL. I -NO. '22. PRICE FIVE GENTS. THE .TESTER'S SERjUtON. . -i.i, 1,1- .,! Imlls. ntnl leaned " nui uniron bombed. Hie women Kereamed, nnd CS& do barked without; 2.Theiilllim dronned the. pitcher brown, the cook 'Jf-f. muni in uir uu i, THe SlnWliru.cnuiuiiiKuuniiv num, iui. iuutii(iuu i t -rjr...,..ii.v fn ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, KLOOMSBUltG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1866. tmiuot: if. mooui:, r.nrrou. llLOOMSlll'IUl, HATt'ltDAY, HI JIT. a, HA NEGRO SUFFRAGE. It Is- said, uiul inserted with grunt earnestness, that negro sulfrnge Is not nn issue hi thli election. So far from this being tho truth It is hi fuel the issue. AVc congratulate tho voters of this Con gressional District tlmt upon tliirs ques tlon they cannot lo cheated or deceived. Tho Hon. William Klwell occupies no doubtful position. He Is tho recognized opponent of negro suffrage, while Judge Mercur Is Its advocate. Ills votes In Congresriaiosignlfleant. lie is tho sumo gentleman who somo days since, in his speeches in this county, undertook to explain his position and Ills votes on this question; with what fairness that ex planation was mado let us consider. His effort wiW to impress on the public that his only vote touching negro suf frage was upon the bill relating to tho District of Columbia. "We do not misrep resent him when wo s...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 September 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUBG, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 18(X. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. SjVlLLIAM L. M.VDDDOK it Co., (leal- ifrrj In lliiOKrocorlcn, Xo. llo South Third IKtrcut ( (ipixwlto tho Glrtird Hank ), Hrhlliuk-lphlu. fIjAST Sttmliiy nlirht tho old rnr hoiwo ntSltupert AViW destroyed by llro. A C..,il,o"""1 f wns tiod as u htitblo and ; ' ?wrf lRc-hoii!ip4nd warehouse hy l'axton .ii i. . . . . . , . no i illinium, jv minuter 01 vaiiianu1 JidrecH, carrhiKP-5, and a lnrjjo (iiiantlty olVsiut, nii'iit, and other property were consumed, ,1'ho lire wiw the work of an incendiary ' 8i:uiors Accident. A young man, .u rwldeut of Plymouth, whoao name Svbvero unable to aecrtaln, employed ' ohjutho Litckiuviiuim and lllooiusburj; 1 Railroad, while ongiitfeil at Lower Llnio Jtldgo, on last Wednesday, in coup- . liugtho caw, had his right hand caught 'r? ai t. it . ... .. fueiwecn too imniper.s. and mo niiiiiiiu .-finger ho badly mashed that It was iie- -wBary tliat U should 1)0 amputated, Dr. iiiVf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 29 September 1866

Tin? EVERGREEN. 1IY WILLIAM WWi WALt.AftV I. BLrsT keeper of Bummer strength, nruen ever more Oit tlio rock of tho hill and tho sand of the shore, No Autumn ran blight thoo.no Wlntor-ctoud cast Any death on thy plumes; shaking war to th blast! it. All tho soft nlrs of Spring nro thlno own, lovely one, An thou lnush'st In tho light of tho star nnd the sun Anil tho wildest rudo wind of tho black Northern Sen Is but glorlons music nud Joy unto theo I nr. Fadeless crown of tlio wholo clmngeful soul of theyenr, , Boomer proud of tlio tcrrllilo (doom of tho bier, Victor wreathed by great Nature's own self, It In thlno' Hero to symbol tho grandeur Hint thrones tho Divine I IV. How superb li tho rose, but It crumbles nwny j How delicious tho lllly It dies In n dixy J Hut thou, splendid crenturo, nrt thero cvermoro On tho rock of tho hill nnd tho sand of tho shoro t V. Oh, would that tlio soul could cvermoro bo UnclmiiKlnjr In freshness nnd gladness llko thee, Ijunjhlnij Autumns nnd Winters ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 October 1866

Mm. U0 V l r-17 W SI w Ill w .....!W fV III IU. !hc Qpoltunbiitit, -AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL, it rcnt.iitr.t r.vwtr ratl'Iihat, i.v , lllnnmthnrfr, Colnnitiln Cnnnl)-, fa. pfc thumb. Twu Potion n ycnr, In mlrniiro. If not iaU In 'SWitiiv, Two Polliir ntij KUly Otitn. JffcJuUrcM nil letter to (IKOIK1K II. MOOttK, nor in inp uiM'MUMM, f lIlooimburB. Ootmnbla Comity, Va, lunor of thi Com'miimn, THE ISSUE STATED, nt'UEoii of JblOX. C. 11. I3UCKALT3W, AT HAN VIM.K, PATUHDAY, HHP. 59, Fellow citizens 0 Montour County : $tU t pKiinu aro two capital questions pro- Jycf for discussion nt. this tlmo by those """"JiSjj0 tot'?i tho people In meetings such iwMhls. These, 'questions nro, first, tlic jrcstoration of -tho Union; and, second, ,g'tho 'extension of the right of suffrage Sw.Ho thu colored population of tho Unilfid JHtAtOS. I shnll .ntws ftll tonics nf mlnrir Jfctrtnco nnfl confine Tnyself on tltls J o"aslon te those:; and I shin endeavor . ui, t ak briefly. , ber.last tho Thirty :ulnth '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 October 1866

J'-U"J-.!Lf i. 1 THE COLUMBIAN, ELOOMSETJllG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER G, 180(5. as. nation, what tire wu authorized to con clude '! Why, thnt Uteris lire, ns I stated In the commencement of my remarks, two capital subjects for the consideration of the people nt this time, mid for their Judgment In the pending elections t tho one, it (mention of tho restoration of tho Union, and tho other, the question of tho admission of negroes to tho right of suirrngo ut our election!). The policy of restoration la presented by tho President of the United States and by those who think with him, nttd tltc Judgment and action of tho people ltro Invoked lit ltd favor. On the other hand, tho question of tho admission of negro suffrage Into tho political systems of tho Stato Is presented by tho Con gresslonal majority. You have tire is sue hero distinctly presented, and you are to decldo It. By tho platform of the Congressional majority the .State which Icrmltri "'0 negro to vote shall hold her political pow...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 October 1866

r Asa THE COLUMBIAN, ELOOMSBUEG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. WlLLIAM L. M.VDDOCKit C(l., dun. cm tit llnygroeerlw, No, 1 !5tiouth Thirit .Street (oppoiltu tho G Irani Dunk), Plilliulolj.lilii. It Is mltl that Mercnr U uslnrr Ills extra two tliuu-jtiuj dollar m an I'luo tliinwrliiL' corruption fund. l)uw iinv- body kuow whether that helped the iolt.Ux Columbia Couiitv'.' A black bear was killed last week by Junius Connor, In Denton townshiii. This Is a rare occurrence! In this section of country. AVe learn tlmt Mr. Conner bad only n shot gun with him ut the time. A Democratic meeting was held In " "tho Court House, in this place, on Thurs day evening. Speeches were made by General William H. Miller, of Harris 3buryj Fmnkllii 11. Gowen, 1'Nip, of I'ottsvlllo; and Senator lluckalew. Captain Dees J. Millard has ro ' ctilvud the appointment of 1'ostniu.ster ut Untturuvill", and has taken charge of . jllie otlke. Captain Millard served in tliu army faithfully, and richl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 6 October 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BL00MSBU11G, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, J 866. WHO WOULDN'T BE A NKOUO P Till' IS . tl. We would rcnpoptrully l"-g lonvo to call Iho at tention of those negro phlliinthroiil'its who de light In sustnlnlng men wlm In Congress voted ' thn public funds to keep negroes In I llcncs,tn tho following lines from the Union lttpMlatn, Wll lLrmnport. Mimtnt, t with I lived away, Away by tho Mississippi, Whoro llttlo negro chlldrou piny, And ttaon how happy I ahould bo 1 1 wish you'd bo n nogro, too, And thou wo nil should luivo somo bread, And good, warm clothes for sister Sue, And brother WUlle, who Is dend. I'd CO nnd find his llttlo grave, And tell lilra to como homo again, And broad nnd llttlo shoes ho'd havo, And ho would thank his sister Jane ; And folks woutd co me nnd wo us then Mamma, you look so sick nnd pale I Aud bring somo bread nnd butter when They heard my sister's wall. Mnmmn, can't Christians bounties shed Except on negroes J Can't they glvo To sister Buo ond mo some ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 October 1866

r SDhc (Jolumbiiin, N INDEPENDENT JOUItNAL, E H I'UIILISIIKI) r.VKllY HATUIltUT , IX BloomhiirK, Culnmljln Count, , lm Tl'UMs), two TVillaw n yenr, 111 ndvntier, If not imld In i jnncp, Two Ilollnr) nnd l-'Ifty Cent. Sddrcssnll li;(tcrn to ciroiuir. it, mooih:, E t'nior of llin (.'ol.fMliiAKi C Moomilmrif, Columhln County, I'.i. jj. u 'jjr mn.'i of (krihiiiuj. One BqnnrCfOne or thrne hucrtloiM ..(liW liich subsequent Insertion lean limn tlilrts"n. One svpini-e ono month.,.. , j on Two ' " . 3 w Three " " fi w '''"if " " SOU Half column " ,...h....,..,...io w Oriyeolurrm' ,, IS W llxccutor'H nmt Ailmlnktralor's Notlciw s ( Auditor') Notlecu , j coi Edttorlnl Notice twenty cent) per lino. Other Advertisement) Inserted weordltiR to po cl.11 eofifrncf. well as lo read tho Scriptures to them a practlco adopted byKzraand slnco universally followed. Iir later tlmo (Acts xl: ill) tiro Book of Moses wiw mid lit Hie synagogito' ovory Sabbath day. To this habit our Saviour con formed, and In H...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 October 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, ELOOjMSBUEG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. SUkc Ofolumbhui (iixmor, it. Mooitn, r.tiiToit. nt.OOMSM'ltO, HATt'HDAY, OCT. 11, lsUil. the official retuiins, GENERAL TRESS DISPATCHES, (tnnr. T Urn. I A.Jmliin. From Washington! A PROCLAMATION. A1.MKIHTV Goi, our Heavenly Father, has boon pleased to vouchsafe to -us ns a pcoplo another year of that na tional Ufo which is an lndlspcnslblecon union vii ul.ivc, rutin iit , um jnwiu.s.s That year, moreover, lms been crowned with many peculiar blessings. The civil war that has ho recently been union; us, litis not been nnywlioro re opened. Foreign Intervention has ceased to excitoularm or apprehension. Intru sive pestilence has been benignly niltl gated. Domestic tranquility has im proved; sentlmentsof conciliation have largely prevailed, and atrocthms of loy alty and patriotism have been widely re newed. Our fields liavo yielded quite abundantly j our mining industry has becn richly rewarded, and we have been ' allowed to extend...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 October 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUIIG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, I860. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE. fjflT Is announced Hint Itov. Dr. Holly, of- Danville, will invncli ut (lie Metho dist church to-morrow morning and Evening. Tnnuli'ctlon passed off itilotly. Wc hoticcd Kitno rnw of (liiinkeniifs, but "tlie tfcileral ordurof th cuintittmity was SCll observed. VlLLlAM L. MADDOCK and Co., rtlhnli.ru In fliw. ,,.,,l,.o V 1 IS Miililli )rfilrd Street (onposltu tho Uiriird Dank), l'lilladeltihla. ,'Tnr. Uudlcal orators In tho late" can Viiss discussed so many dead Issues tliat Vftijfiagxwl In future, they liold their uhum nu'etiiifjs in fjnivo.vnras. 'Wi! have received from tlio Secretary InT 4 111. A trl til tW urn I Sirii.tnft nf 1 1 Iii.iiii ft. iju-oinpllniotitiiry ticket to the I 'air, WJilcii coneluiles its oxiilijltion to-day . B,JI California a t'lilnaman cannot ti- tlfy against n white man or a negro, Hero In an opportunity for more phllim- 4l.K.l nl I. 1.. It... 1.V..I. I tlltMlUU llllinillllll'llia IV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 13 October 1866

THE DESERTED HOMESTEAD. The nrdcii gnlc, with rusty hlnc, Hwlinr, creaking In the Mlo wind; Anil TCeods choke, up tlie Kiiivclled wultl That erst with plnlt nnd box wore lluoil; And thistles flourish everywhere, Ami brier thrlvo where rose blew; And opiate puppies tunko tins nlr Hectu ilrow.y wheru tho lllllei i?rew. The porch, where loving hnmU had trained Tho prnlrle buh, wIumo blmsoins red Freighted the nlr with pleasant scents, I fallen, nnd tho built l ilea I i Wide yawn tho window nn 1 the durs, The chimney totter on tho roof, And moss nnd Ivy deftly now Weave over nil n wnrp nnd woof, Untouched, the fruitful trees demy; Unc.ired fonllet tho cllmlilnit vine No hand to pluck tho mellow fruit, No luuid to prevf tho purple Wine, And where tho household Ititnito camo To qunrr tho water clenr nnd cool, Nntigh t now remain, nf buhl, lint: spring Bixvo ulltiiy stone nnd brneklsh pool. Here, undisturbed, tho swnllmv come, And robins, with their ruddy breasts; And hero tho drotiluii wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 20 October 1866

' JU.J1I JHMW AN INDEPENDENT JOUIWAL, h l'Uiu.iiiiui i:vi.nv sm'iinAr, in , , , lllooiitahitrfr, (.'iilmnliln County, l'n. ir.itMH. T.wo Pullitrn a yi-ur, In nilviuic-p. ir not pulil In la & unco, Two Dollnm niul l'lfty O iils, ''S'.t.i ti i.. ........ .. divjiicii: it. miioiii:, lUoom-Omo,', iViltttitlilrt fmtnty, Vi, VOI;. f.-XO. BLOOIMSBURG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1800. VUM FIVE' CENTS. 2f ARUIERE TENSEE. Iin vrnps mo romt'l with lili rk-lic. ItKmron me up with lilsonro, Ami Ills lovo Is tlio lovo f n mniiliood Whom Ufa Is it living priiyor. I Irnvn plti(htPt1 my womnli's nHoctlotit, 1 hnvo nlvon my nil In nil, Ami tin' lloworH of n ilnlly contpntmitit ltiiiicw tlit'lr awi-cl llvrs cm limy full. OrtoMqtiftrcooi.i'llirno InM-Hlpim..,,,, H1CO Kuril MilMdinrftt In-ortlon Icwi'llnui llilrliun, Due Hfjuniu olio Month . Tw . ... Tli'ron " . " . rf. ., Vour " ' Itnlf oolimm On" roliifm " KjooiitorK mid AUmlnl.itrntor'ii Notlcr" Auditor' Xnllixw .. S (U' .. S I') .,6fJ .. 0 0 ..low .....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 20 October 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUEG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 18G6. it (fyolnmbhim uiumor. ii. moohi:, kihtou. IIIaTOMSIUMIO, HATfUIUY, OCT. SO. 1W1. THE ELECTIONS. Wr. nro yet tinablo to stato tho exact majorltvof General Geary for Govern or In this State, but It is about lifted! thousand less than tho Republican ma-1 Jorltics In ISGt and ISM. Tho Republi cans pain two Congressmen In tho Schuylkill and Westmoreland district?, and the Democrats gain one Stato Sena tor In Philadelphia, and there and else where several Representatives. There will bo a decided Republican majority inthoLcglfllature,liowover,socurliigthe election of a Republican Senator to All the place of Senator Cowan, whose term expires on tho fourth of March next. The Hepubllcans have also carried Ohio, Iowa, and Indiana. Tho return ore incomplete, but tho majorities will be large In tho two former States. In In diana tho Republican majority is great ly reduced, and tho Democracy gain upon Congressmen. There has been somo singula...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 20 October 1866

THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBU11G, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. jttftji L00AL INTELLIQENQE . L. iMADDOCK AND Co. itcrltcrs in fine groceries, No. 115 .South Third Street (opposite tliuGlrnrdll tinl.) l-lilladelihln. t'AVnnre iinublo to publish this week theillst of premiums awarded nt thu luttl'nlr on Recount of the examination bytlio Executive eoinmlttee not taking i-htce until to-dny. - , , .. II. Iicr.iiiiu, welt known to our readers as the Junior of the Rrmorrat mid 'Star, has been succeeded by .1. IV Shuman, foreman of the olllee. We nro pleased to notlee this Instance of the advancement of u worthy young man. Mn. 11. SroNKit has bought a portion Of the. Itoblson property near our olllee. It Is now occupied by Mr. Vox. Wo nro told that the announcement In the "jtepublican of the purchase of the other 'part'by Mr. A. M. Itupert is premature. "Mil. K. II. Hiogs Is making a sub stantial Improvement to the town by laying down a most excellent pavement In front ofthe Exchango Mock. Will no...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian. — 20 October 1866

OLD DLA.NDFOIID OHUItCII. nv thvosr rowr.K. Tltou hrl rrnmlilltm to tlio dust, old plld I Thou ntt hastening to thy fall, Atul around tluo, lti lliy loneliness, Clings tho Ivy lotho wall; Tho worshiper') arc scattered now Who knelt before thy shrine, Ami silence reigns where anthems roso In days of " AuM Lung Hync." And sadly sighs Ihe wandering wind, Where oft, In years gone by, 1'mycrH roso from many hearts to IIIiii, Tho Highest of the High. Tho tranui or many n busy fool That sought thy aisles In o'er, And many n weary heart around In still forcvermuro, How doth ambition's hope talto w lugs I How droops tho spirit How I Wo hear thedlshinl city's dill J Tim dead are mule below; The sun that shone upon their path Now gild their lonely grnvos, The r.cphyrs which once fanned their hrowi The grass nbmc them wave. Oh I could wo call the many hack Who've gathciod hero In vain Who've careless roved where w o do now. Who'll never meet twain I How would our very hearts he stirred To meet ...

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