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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 25 April 1863

'COIiOilillA DBNOCRAT SATURDAY MOHNIUO, AriUL 35, 1883. Communications. fttltt CtlumUt Utmterdt, Ooii. Tate i- Jkar Sir.-M. hnVc ilctifhod it proper and just on the present occasion to writo iu defense of tho Constitution and its advocates against some assertions made in an article written at Fort Lincoln, by ibno Charts Long. Ho says tho "Co if lUMniA Dlmochat," is an occasional , Visitor in that place, and in denounced by 1UJ.I1 w MUU ..... mm ji Country 's liberty iu terms too strong to i incutioDi That, that paper is denounced 5 by a great many, I believe, that it is do- .at .t t ... i it....! i ! nounceu uy couii coiisiiiuuoiiiu men is an . , . , . , T' assertion that cannot bo supported. If i - dcnunoiations nave been niauc against tlio '" "Columbia Democrat" thoy havo made by those who formerly wore aud aro yot ' opposed the Constitution and in favor of f'thc abolition of slavery, or by those who f'havo since the war commenced become abolitionizcd on account of their adhcrenc...

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 April 1863

Farmer's Department. TURKEY RAISING. lnrst, I never allow a turkey to set until about tho Middlo of May. They will commenco to lay early in April, but I lako tbeir eggs away as fast as laid, anil Iscrp them until tliov lay tbeir seconil batch , which will bo finished about the second or Until week in May. I then give lior some eighteen or twenty of tho eggs and let ber set. Along tbo middlo of June alio will be off. I then put her nd her young on an old bam floor, or other out' building that is dry, and feed on curd and on cracked corn. Curd is tbo best for a continual feed when tho farmer has plenty, but cracked oorn or coarse meal mixed with lobbcrcd milk, answer just as well. Aftor they liavo been in doors for two or three days, or long enough to get fairly Ren. on their legs for the turkey is the weakest of all fowls when yet young 1 let them out providing the weather is fino and there is no dew on tbo grass. 'J' ho great reason why people cannot or do not raiso turkoys, is beca...

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. — 2 May 1863

7j JoSbl. democrat, COLUMBIA AND BLOOMSBURG. GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND HUM TUB TOUGH O f TRUTH AND JVAVE IT O'EIl THE DARKENED id ART1I." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM VOL. 17. NO. 9. BLOOMSEURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MAY 2,1803, VOLUME 27 Ciihtmliin Itraorrnt rUntlSHED EVERY SATURDAY, MY LEVI L. TATE, s Bi-ooMsmmo, Columbia oounty, pa. OFFICE In the new hriek Ihtilding, opposite the Exchange, by the Court House. 4i alio Head Quarters.' 1 DcmO- Select Poetry. MOTHER, HOME, HEAVEN. fn Iho holy hush of nlgM, raothor, A vlaton came fo me, In flouting robot of silvery light, And whiipcri to mc of thco ; 1 felt a sft kits on my brow, Uko that uhlcliyoulmJ given, And henrd tho dear word In my ear, Of "Mother, Home and Heaven." It whispers mo of gone.by hours, Of your iad eyes, and mild. When last we parted, bathed In tears, Tor mo your wayward child, And how wo talked 'neaththe moon's denr light, On that fair cloudless even, And how I vowed, I Me ne'er ...

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. — 2 May 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT cditf.d by levi i,. tate, rnorniETon 961 omiisjj urg: ATCRDAY, MAY 2, 1803. d-'CMNQ to tub constitution, as the siliFWhRCKED MAHiNP.it clin'oh to the last PUANK, WHEN 7J10HT AND THE TEMl'EiT CLOBE around iiim."-h1. (r.ni.r. PURPOSES OF THE WAR! Cm-anew. t a vbtr hiahi.t uxAMiMovt, pashkp Tiu 1IIS"NTIOHKDUTIlTSOET1I.DARnOrLOTLTT: "That Ike present doplornblc civil war linn been orced upon tho country by tlin diiunlonlata of the Southern tntc, now in nrinsncntntt tho coimtitution.M HJevernoient, and in ormi around tho Cnpital ; Hint In hli National emergency, Concreai, banWhiiiR all feci- log of mere paailon or reaentinent. will recollect only U duty to the whole country; Ma! Mi tear It not vagal Mclr part in any spirit of oppression.or for any pur. jK.notanjmii cr nubjHgathn crprpt$eof ottrthreitiiitr -r UttrfiHng with ths rights or utablished institutions of thmeilntts, but to d,tnd and maintain the supremacy f tAa Onili(ii(!in,ni!i(.iirrrre tkt Union. with the dig...

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. — 2 May 1863

JijIIIBBBHH COLUMBIA DBMOCRATIiVew foor. SATURDAY MOItNINCf, MAY 2, 1D63, Messrs. C. k W. Kramer, of Jcr iejlowi, advertises, clsowhcre, their New Spring Goods. 86y Wm, Film, Esq., of Orangovillc, cnlls attention to liifl fresh arrival of Cheap Goods, J. J. Buowek, Esq., one -tf our most enterprising Merchants, has just brought from New York and Philadelphia, n superior Cargo of Now Goods. Call and examine Adv. in next weeks Democrat. BSTWo observo that the very enterpri sing firm of Drucgibts, Moycr tj- Eycr, . w o . ..... ... .1..:. have an cngy uang.ug ... . ... onu a i ioei n.orum uiii&uu uunjiMHi-H sail hanging Oguro, as a ''Copperhead.' Xhe boys seem determined to draw eus- . torn. Doubtless they will succo6d. Tho, good sonso of the public will reward them. ; Inos City College, Pittsihiro, Pa. This institntion enables young men at. tho least cxpeuce and shortest time to gain a solid business education for reliable ao- J in all classes of business. That COlinimiW. Ill .unii...

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. — 2 May 1863

Farmer's Depaitmcnt. sat z. jCteSSsBW! :kt: PLANTING CUTTINGS. Wc aro constantly hearing peoplo say tlicy liavo no luck in making grnpc or other outtings grow just as if Muck" had anything to do with it. They fail in not giving duo attontion to the matter ; in othor words, the crtuio is neglect and in different. Tho old addago should novor bo forgotten, apply it wheresoever wo may ,CA thing that is worth doing at all is worth doing well." Thcro should bo properly threcjoyes to every cutting then dig a ironeh set the cuttings nt an anglo of 45 degrees, at lcust nix inches apart, and so that the uppor eye phall bo an inch abovo tho ground and press tho earth around tho wood firmly with tho loot. It is well to mulch them with grass or straw, and if need be water them occasionally in the driest weather. Soso varieties of tho grapo aro propc gated mnph ruoro freely titan others. l)'or instanco tho Concord Maxatawny, Isabclly, Hartford Prolific, Telegraph, Clinton. Cassidaa, &c, &...

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. — 9 May 1863

iii ' i f V mmm mm mil I ,n.i,iii J1L i , .... .j j l,, '.'"'"i-1, , . ," ; 11 11 .',:u. . .ii yjMwiiifipii MMjji Columbia DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. ' TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH OF TltUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER TII12 DARKENED HARTII." BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MAY 9,1863, VOL. J7. NO. 10. VOLUME 21 5 1UJ' Colnfabia Iniuirrnfj PUMitTilUt) KVUItY SATURDAY, UY LEVI L. TATE, IN DX.OOMSDDRO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA. 0 pTTc B In fA nii' thick Huildirig, opposite Of Ktdfuitifit, by the (hurl Ila-ise. " Demo walk IIimI 'Quarters.'' Mii.wii.iiy i" T 3 "The Age." A Nattoual Deraorr.Hlc ftcwspapfr, TO DB rUBI.I&IIED DAILY AND WIXKLY IN TIIK U1TY Or ril.LADELI'HIA, DY A. J. CliOSSlUUJNXIOK & CO A. I. lt.lrUBaiVkll. FR11U J. UIll SD. Wll, U, n'kLIU. -Tat Am" will advocalo lti pllui uiiil policy flko ILimocutic parly, ami will, 'Ii relore, nrrea aarily lavui the n-atoraliuii ufthr I'uiun m it nai, und JsT'tiiJ t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 9 May 1863

gpiPHBIA DEMOCRAT HDITBD BY LEVI L. DATB, rnONUCTOrt looiiuijjurg:- SATURDAY, WAY 9, 1803. tflr'CMNO TO TUB CONSTITUTION, AS THE BltlPWRECKEIt MAUINt'iR 01.INOH TO THE LAST PLANK, WHEN NIGHT AND TIIIJTCMl'lHT CLOSE AROU.IO IIIM."-2irf mbittr. PURPOSES OP THE WAR f CUNOAet, BT A VT NEARLY UNAS1MOI', IMI'ID Tilt roi.Unvi)ra risiourrio., wmcn Kirmefr.. tub volte or the Nation akd.ii tiietrcic irAtiDARu or loyalty : 'Tliirt tlio fitment i!plornbto civil war lin hecn Sfi1 'L0.11 11,0 C01,n'y y tli ill'iiilnnlt of tke Poutni'rii Stato-, now In nrm iijMi.pI the lmtltutlonal i.ovrrniHcnt. nml In nrm- nrnimil the CapMnl t Hint in hi National emergency, Cmigrc-ia, banl-hliiR nil foci. n of iu?ro pnl(m or rcnontinaiit. WI rwolioct only H duty to tlia whole country j (Aot thu war it vtt uagtd on Ihtir part in any $p,rit qf opprtsthn.or fcr any pur H i 7 r inbjngntion orpurposeof occrthrotclng ,i ""Sf''K " ulMithed institutions liost stitts.Jut to dffin.1 and maintain the tupremtcy "J O""" lytUn...

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. — 9 May 1863

Wit I -1 IlLlIMIlll BBHflflRAT SPECIAL notices. , i m urn SATURDAY jGtOrtNlNO, MAY 9 1863. pCpItcvM. il. W. Soot, trill ptcach in the Enjjlisli Haptisrt Ohtirch of this placo on ncxliSaLbdth, at 10 o'clock in tho uioming,ialf past two hi the iiltor noon, ami hilf past SoVch In tlic evening. 1 Kl t6T Scveiiccn negroes- in Geneva, N. Y., enlisted jr the Massachusetts colored Ircgimcut, bill they failed gradually away on tho routil to camp, so that only two remained :i lat, and now one of tlicm has cut stioi. They mast have hern fu gitivo ncgwea. i A CauAou McCiiKLLA.v.- A incmher of tho OUu recently wrote to a friend at Lebanon "Qivolus General McOlcllan and wo "will fight every battle over again from Villiamiburs to P redcrichsburg, and do t bcttcW than ever wo did. Take this army to Fair Oaks and glvo ui 'Littlo Mao,' and W will go to Kichmond. He is the man wu want, and he ia the man who will bo President of tho United States if -soldiers have anything to say. Old Abe was down to s...

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. — 9 May 1863

Farmer's Department. TEN RULES TO 13 E OBSERVED IN MAKING BUTTER. In innking good butter, tberc nrc sever al nice operations to bo gone through with which requires an oyt to cloanlinoss, fore thought and setno little experience. 1. On milking clean, fast, yet gentle, regular twice a day, depends tlio success of tho dairyman. Had milkers should not bo toloratcd in a herd ; better pay double tho prico for good ones. 2. Straining is quite simple, but it should be born in mind that two pans about half full ech witl produce n greater nrnount of cream than the same milk if in but ono pan , tho reason of this is the greater surface. 3. Scalding is quite an important fea ture in the way of making in cool weatlr or; tho cieam rises much quicker, milk keeps sweet much longer, the butter U of a better oolor, and churns in one-half the tirao. " 4 c. . 1,-1 i. oKlinming BUOUlll always be done , before the milk becomes loppercd ; other wise much of tho cream turns into wliey and is lost. 0. Churn...

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. — 16 May 1863

- . .X. i COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TltlM TUB TOltOU OF TRUTH AND VtV 4 IT O'ER THI2 DAHKI3NBD EARTH." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 1.7. NO. 11. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1863, VOLUME 2? CuUmbirt Jftttwrnf, rUtitilSHEI) EVERY SATURDAY, MY k : L. TATE, IX DtOOMSBUna, oolumbia county, pa. ofIFTce In the new Brick ilv.ililivg, opposite the Exchange by the Court House. "Demo vatic Head Quarters," (Select l'octry. I'torrt ttio 3oireronlan. Tlio Union and Constitution Forever. Men nnrt brothers of did Koy.lnne, 'Giro nnrar while I relate A tiling or two, worth llunrlnc, For the Tumor of our State ; A draft will bo upon you noon, acrersly It will Mow, 01J Aim nceda assistauco now, The iincttion 'a will you go I Bound the democratic bugle, ' 'Till thra8h tlic mighty northi The notes shall slug out elenrly, From this day. anil henceforth I t'oacc, p. nee, shall he our mono, We'll let them fight who w...

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. — 16 May 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT BDlTnU BY LEVt I. tatu, rnorittt'.Toit -S6loomsI;urg:- SA'rlj K DAY! M A V 1 C , l8G3. W'UMSO TO Tllll CON8TI1 t'TIIIN, AB Till! HllirWRIX'KKl) MAtMNUHCl.lNHSTOTIli: LAST I'liANlC. YVIUIN NHIHT AND TMtJ TEMl'KIT Cl.OtiU A ROUND MM?' Daniel WthHtr. PUKPOSES OF THE WART rVNORFM, BT A PTE NKintV t'XAMMOUt, PAMED THE loi.Lmvixn BMOLurius, wmtn Kxmtssrs tiik voitE or HIE NSTIOK AMU in THE TRUE STANDARD Or LOYALTY ; "inni mo present ciepmrnhlo civil war lino been 'irerd udoii l ie countrv liv ilin ,lu.n,limli. of the rouihcrMBtnto HowiiinrnmnsMiijtiiiounn.utMiiunai uvernutenl, nnd In arms around tho Capital ! Hint In I llilt National emergency, Congress, banishing all feel-) nig of mcrn passion or resentment, will recollect only , Hs.luly to the whole country; thatthi var Is .( nageJ o-n their part In any tftrit of opprettion.or for anypiir- ;.'i.t.rCriViAAri CSJosiah Kline, in the next Democrat. rSoldiers in the Army, writing to u for copies of our paper, and wo have ma...

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. — 16 May 1863

pllllllliiiilllllllpl 1 COLDBBJA DBHOCRAT SATOnDAY MORNINO, MAY 16, 1B3, Farmers, dont forget to attend tlio Ag V'ioultural Election, to day, In tlio Couit House. CGT Copper head badges givo tlio Post Ofllco clique a great doal of uncaiincss. Cause Why The motto is "Liberty." .- AVm. T. SllUMAN, Esq., of Caltawissa, we regret to say, rcocnlly lost a fine span of horses, by being c.rolotnly backed into tliu fcusquciianua whore mey were urown cd. -- I NiT-Tlic rn!i3 of Hlllier and tlio oilier xnc ( aso oi iiuucr unu mi. uum ... . I ucriM county prisoners, aro 10 nave a Nothing ba i been elicited so far to sustain the oha-Vge brought against them. , nfirWc arc indebted to ihc kindness of , Hon. Oi:o. D. Jackson, through the po-1 HlcnoSS of.ltldr'Q Elwell for a COllV of tllO ilicness 01 .lunge J,lwtll,ior u t.uy ui iiiu Pamnlllct in relation to lllU Cameron Suit- j. .,i.,.ivi. . , atonal unuery ami i-oriuimon iinvsugu' tlOM. Our Philadelphia lttter will bs fcund on our first page Among ...

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. — 16 May 1863

Farmer's Department. SUNDRY CONSIDERATIONS. Doss every animal have a comfortablo protection from the pinching cold and poltlng storms I If they do not, rest as- flnrod that thoir proprietors aro loosing money faster than thoy are aware of. Put calves in an apartment by tlicm- oelvos, especially at night, wliero they oan be wcllfod, and where thoy oan lie down and bo comfortable. A few hundrod foot of boards, and three hours work, will mako a comfortable sholtor for half a dor on calve3. Let them bo well fed with tho finett quality of hay and some out corn stocks, and cut Btraw with about one quart of raeal,tdaily ; and let them havo a good bed of straw. When thero aro a fow. weak and' feeble sheep, let them be separated from the flock and placed by themselves, whero they will receive a little extra attention. Sco that store hogs have a good nest warm and dry ; as they will not thrive well when exposed to the wet and cold of winter. Let every domcstio animal have access, at all times...

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. — 23 May 1863

t m i-i'!'-"-'ili"r W T Mil WWIKWWmiW fWWui uw COL DEMOCRAT, AND BL00MSBUR6 GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOltOtI OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THIi DARKENED EARTH." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO, 12. ISLOOMSliURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1863. VOLUMES 27 MBIA Culiuiilmt Jiwrof. frUDMSHED EVERY SATURDAY, II Y LEVI L. TATE, ItN BLOdMSDURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, IU. ofHob In the new Brick Huildbig, opposite the jccuingc, 01 the Lourl House. " Demo untie Head Quarters." Select Toctry Addressed To The Clergy. Y! Pulpit nnn profess to preach, Tho llospel of our God ; Know ye, yourselves have brought on u Thevcngeanc of his roil. nnpent nnd preach what you should teach 'I ben God will h.nr and Wen ; Moke Dili your rule, bo not the tool Cut Oospol truth Impress. To war and flpht In bloody strife Is not tliei Christian's pnrti Then ever matcu the golden rule Tbo council of your heart. I.ct this commandment be your guide, Thy neighbor love s...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 May 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT KOVTGD BT LEVI L. TATE, FROmtETOR -381oonifll;urs:- 8 ATI! Ill) AY, MAY 23, 1803. cr'cr,iNa to the constitution, as tiih HIUrWKP.CKED MARINER OI.INfia TO Till'. LAST n.ANK, WHEN NWIIT AND Tlin TEMPEiT CLOSE AllOUNtl HlM."-WaitleJ H'tb$Ur. TUIIPOSES OiTtIIE WAR! CoNOBESI, T A VOTI NEARLY tJlUJIIMOUS, PASSED THE roi.tntKO keolvtio!, wutcn sxrRtssts the voice or the Nation anibtiietrde standard or txiv alty : "That the present dnplnrnblo civil war linn born orecd, upon the country by Iho dlsunlonlils of the Southern States, nowln nrrai ngnlnsttlio Constitutional tlovcrnmcnl, and in mum around the Capital ; thit in this National emergency. Concrete, banishing all feel Ing of mere passion or resentment, will recollect only III duty totlin whole country ! that this war It nl xcagtii e tactr part In any f nlrft of opprtsiion.or for any pur potl efconouett or tubjugation orpurpoeeof overlhreiclnp or interfering mi me rtcnte or tiiaoitineu institution Ikoee futet, butt dtfe...

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. — 23 May 1863

'"'"V .iW..!tAM ?' i MLiJiiiiiiii muiimt SPECIAL NOTICES. jRLooaiBniikii, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1SC3. CJ"1 lift Commercial Osllf go will lo conducted by thn Principal. I), W- Lowell, who tnkcs tlio upportu. nlty of t u r ii Itifr lil lirnrty thniiks to the public lor their llbhrnl pntroiingo liurrlnrnfo brttowed cm the Instltitllun. nnd Invests lliclr nltciitloti lo llio linprov tiicnl n soon lo Lo liilroiluct.il Into the ovnrnl depart l.ients, l'-W. Lowell. DlssoujTioM.or FARTKKnsltitv-Il will he seen by a notice In cur roliiiiinn tlint Mowcll k Warner have dissolved partnership In the Commercial G'ollcgo Sir Lmvoll cmillnuca to conil net this excellent and flouHslilui (munition, nnd g highly qualified for tin taik, Our btisl nets relations Willi Jilm liava nlwnya been of the most plcnsnnl and snlliroctory character, and we romond him nnd Ms Cnllegn to tho continued confidence nnd patronage of th public Utnghnmtin Dally lltpublltan, To Nervous Si-rrrscns ttr eoTii fitxrs A reve...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 23 May 1863

Farmer's Department. GARDEN. WORK FOR MAY. Aa no timo is now to bo lost, and wo havo no spccia auggestions to inako in re gard to preparatory labors, wo proceed at onoo to Etato what yctronituns to be dono. Setting out Cabbago plants. Prcpnro 5 bed by mamircitig it heavily i dig tlio manuro in dooplo, rako tlio soil very fine, and whan this is accomplished eot out the plants in n row, three feet apart, tho plants being two feet apart in tho rows. Sowing cabbago Socd. Early during tho month sow cabbage seed, for a supply during the winter. Tor this purposo the Savory is ono of tho best varieties. Parsnips, Carrots, and Beets. Drill in a aupply of theso early in tho month for whiter use. Radish Seed. Sow raddish seed at in torvals of ten days for a ijiicccat-ion of crops. , Lottuco Plant out young plants for heading and sow fresh seed at intervals of ton days or two weeks. Peas. Drill in a few rows of peis every few weeks to provide for a regular progressive supply. Aa thoEoason advan...

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. — 30 May 1863

r COLU AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TKIM TUB TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAV 13 IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO. 13. RLOOMSEURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1863, VOLUME 2T MBIA DEMOCRAT, Culttitiuta Jemirat; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY) BY LEVI L. TATE. ix dloomsbwkj, Columbia county, ta. o f"fTc b In the new Uriek Building, opposite the Exchange, by the Court House. "-Drvio-e alio Head Quartets." Select Poetry. VALLANDIGHAM. The following stotu.n nro ftm tlio pen of lli wlfu nftlicgnllaM l'lmnlor, nf llio Frnkllii (iazeltc. Mr. Vallandlghnm slmulil feI n plcnsuro in patting tune lines uinnng tin! loiuiU tint tlio fair lover, nf tin-brave anil noble) have heretoforn shimeieil upon him. Anion; all h iirtinlrcrs tlicro la not u truer woman than tint tilsli iouIocI Jlra. Ijoulsa II. Klunilen : run TiiKrnr.cjns' jouitxAt (Written Immediately alter hearing of .Mr. Va!landl ham', wicked Arrest.) They como, like...

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. — 30 May 1863

11 r 1M ill " COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT edited by Lnvt i.. tate, rnorntETon -931ooniiilmrg:- SATURDAY, MAY 30, I8C3. PURPOSES OF THE WAR! CoMORBSS, BY A VOTR NKAftLT UMlNIMnos. limn Tte roi.uljriKU eoujtioh, wmcn txrntut- the voics or jnilWTO" Ann IS THE TRUE RT IKDARD OP LOYALTY ! "That lh present dplorablc civil war litis born orc-d upon the country Jiy the ill-'inlonl-t of tho Southern Htates, now In arm n-nln-ttlioUnnnllullonnl umnmcnt, and In arm- around tho Capllal j that Ip tnla Natlonnl rmnrprnrv. ftti0ra lmttl.1.1.. .11 In of mere ran-ion Its duty tolhatwhotii'Country j Mai thU varh not irM-rn on their part In any tplrtl of opprettlon,or for any pur pott tftonoHesl or tHhlnralhn irnlriifrHl.iWir or interfering with tne rtfiAtt or Mabllthed Insfilutiaiit of "' Statu, tut la defend and mai'Maiii Me tupremocy of the ConltltuUon.and U preterte tlit Union, ullk the dig nltf, tavality,andrlirntt of at ttttrat Hotel unhnpairid; and (A-t nt toon at then objtctt are aeeompllthtd the tear Re...

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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