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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 4 July 1863

i iTHDTA mminnn ItJLOOlHSISIIUU, SATURDAY MOMJINO, JULY 4, 1B3. " Judge Woodward is a citizen of unim peachable character, an able jurist, and a patriotic gentleman." Philadelphia Inquirer, June 20tr. Sucb is Ihc olmrnolcr and qualifications of our cnndidnlo for Governor, written by ono of tlio lending opposition Administra tion organs. It is simple truth In a nut shell aud defies contradiction. No odds; wo may expect to hear Judgo Woodward yet abused and unmercifully traduced by the wholo konnol of Abolition whelps and Union-screeching toadies of the Stato and National Administrations, JDgr"A Domoerat," sonal for our columns. 13 a little too per- SSTCapt. Ar.r.x.I. Fmck has declined tlio appointment of Deputy Provost Mar shal of Montour county, which was kindly tendered to him by Oapt. Manvii.TjE tho Provost Marshal of this District. Desiinontal Hostor, 28th Pa. V. Militia Colonel Jns. Ohnmborlin, liOwiburE. Lieut Co?. John M'Clcery, Milton. Major Vm. It. Jessup, Monirese. Surgeon ...

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. — 4 July 1863

Farmer's Department. NEVER PLOW POTATOES. This may scorn a strango logic, no doubt, to many of our readers ; hut if they will only try it, I think thoy will find a differ enco in tho yield equally strange. Plow ing potatoes will not answer with mo. If tho Eoason is dry thoy do not grow until tho autumn rains come, and thoy then grow eo rapidly that thoy aro very tender and soon rot after being taken out of tbo ground, if thoy do not boforo ; which is very ofton tho case, My modo of plant- Ji::S?JT3 '.r.T&BMS ONF. DOLLARS PER DAY ywe.w VI mill BiUUUlU UUU UUVUL WUH Willi barn yard munuro ; then plow deep, and plant in every third furrow, tho potatoes about ten inches apart in the furrow ; then after you bavd finished planting, harrow down smooth and roll with a light roller ; then when thoy begin to como through the Ground, harrow again in tho samo dirco tion of the rows; then when they reach tho height of about four inches, run tho cultivator through tho rows, twioo to each row....

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. — 11 July 1863

COLUM DEMOCRAT, AND BLQOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS:. $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO. 19. BLOGMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1863, VOLUME 27. JjIA COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, rUJlLISHED EVUtlY SATURDAY, BY LEVI L. TATE. IN BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA. ofHoe in the new Brick Building, opposite the Exchaiigc,ly the Court House. " Demo unt ic Head Quarters." Select Poetry. THE SUNNY SIDE. When datkcFt hours of Badness Cnmo Btonlmso.cr llio heart; When falsoonesdnro dccclvo llicc, And from thy tlilo ilopart I Hear un beneath the nnguiili, Anil hrcaet the sinking tide, l'or o'er Iho valo of thaiuwa Oil, thorn's a sunny aide. Lctrarly tics be broken. Whichever thou hcld'U dear ; It matters but a tittle. 'Nio trial how tctcro; . l'or there aro many others In whom thou cmiBt conlldc, Wheic'erlhy sad heait nlnclh Vcs, there's a sunny side. Our lifetime here is finding, It lans...

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. — 11 July 1863

mfluiBfn-'ijraoaira'r. UUriT.U IVV I.HVl I.. TATIJ, l'Rol'RUlTOR UliOOMSUUJtO, PA. Suluiriny, .Inly 11, IS055. DEAIOUM'riC STATU NOMINATIONS. von GOVKitNon, ittORUE W. WUOJIWAltl), or i.uzeiini: COUNTY. JUDGE OPT11K SUPIUiMPi COU11T, or ALLEGHENY COUNTY. PURPOSES OF THE WAR1 OlNDRESj, IlV A Milt NKAItt.Y UNANIMOUS, Tittttl THE 10ttOWI.NO RESOLUTION, Willi It KXTRFPSEB H1C 01CS Or THE Nation ANBHTilETm-EBTANDAnDcrtOYAtTV: lauu i.uuui in ..iij, ui-givu uuiiuiiuuni i jmo. o. in inc ititurc, mere nro 10 uo That iiio present dopioraMo cioi war im- i.ern Illinois or Missouri voters, wo might hopo two candidates, liutl'er is (o be one, some SrS.c' tbis in.V8lory ola up ; but it is 1 thing iikc Seymour, and iMcClollan is to ifOVl'Tiiinuiit uim lit mi"BMmiiu my v (Mini , i u.u in wiii "SMy itmluly tothu wholo country j Hat thin icarii net uagid on fjclriiiut in any ;,iril if vpprcsttvn, or for any ,mp. intcoftofiqucst cr tvbjttftatwn orpnrpottrf ocerlhroiriiir YT&lT the ooruiiiMiion.oiui...

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. — 11 July 1863

1 94 COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, KKjOOIHSltlittlii, si.T.iunAV tinntjiMri. thi.y ii. inrn. i frai-jir:iWTuri.i;.ii.iunm f3T Tho July " Avitriean Agrieit'tur. (W," that good mirt great ngricu'lural Work of New York, is on hand and in lBccllcnl condition. IdyTlio Statu Democratic Editorial Con- u'cntinn will m?ct at Lancaster, on Thurs- day, the 10th of July. iS?" M. & E. W. Wvskoop will com mence tlicir second term of school, on tlio COth of July. CCiT When Abol tionits now charge Democrats with being "disloyal," we have only to point to New York and New Jcr- ftcy to ri'cnco them. JG7" Wo are renuoited to announce that Jlcv. G. W. Scott, will prcarh in Uic Ijjaplist Church of 51oonisburg, on Kab HJiath lr.orning at 10 o'clock. Also, at jiiilf past two in tho afternoon, and half past s2vcn in the evening. JCST We see fome alilo-bodiod young piicn still lounging about our streets who could well be spared in this emergency, having neither bufines-s nor family to de tain them. If they were st...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 11 July 1863

SOWINO 0011N FOlt FODDER. In iiuswor to nn inquiry tho Country Gen tlcman saya : Wo havo cultivated corn fodder for many years j and find it all things considered ,tlio most profitable crop wo can raise. It may be sown daring tbo comparative cason of leisure, just alter cdrn planting, and sccur ed nt the next season of leisure just aftor baying and harvesting. After ropcatcdly cropping the same ground, wo are satisfied that it enriches more than impoverishes tho land, no grain being formed, aud n vast bed of root3 romauin Nothing is equal to it for reducing rough, turfy, weedy land, to a stato of elcaulinoas. and good tilth. Wo believe it tho best fallow crop in tho H'orld, to prcecdo wheat. It should never be town broadcast, The imperfections of this mode arc tho chief reasons that tho crop lias not become more generally introduced It requires more seed, and leaves the ground in a fouler condition than when sown in plowed drills. Wo havo tried both ways to our entiro satisfaction i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 18 July 1863

DEMOCRAT COLUMBIA AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TIIH TOROII OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER Tni5 DARKENED EAllTH." BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1863, VOLUME 27. VOL. 17. NO. 20. Hi "I ltculing- Kail Road. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. '-I MS VI' Tltl.'NK LIST. IT.OM THIS NOUTH AND lr Notthwcst fur riill.iiklphla, New York, Heading, Vottsvllle. Lcbauun, Allciituiwi, li.tun. fcc. A.r. Trillin leave llarrlsburg Tor Philadelphia. New ork Jleading, I'olUvlllu ntiil all lnlc-rim-'JIato stalluus, at 8 -i, in., niul -i p. in. , , . New Y-rk cmiless leaves llarrlsburg at 2.1. n. m , irrivlng nt New Vtk nl l 1 the same muriiiug. l'sres from llarrlsburg I To New York S" l. ; to Philadelphia $:t 3J and J f!. Haggagu clictkuJ Hiroupli. Kituriilng, lenvn New York lit 0 n. in., lOnnnn, and 7 p. in., (ritlsburg l'.tpres). Leave 1'hiladclpliln ut S.lo u. in., nml 3.30 p in. . , , ., , Weeping cars In the New Ynrk om' tra...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 18 July 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, rfM. hdi'it.d dy r.Evi i.. tate, rnontiirron liLOOMSBURG, PAT Saturday, July IS, ISOit. DEMOIKATIC STATU NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, ClEORttU W. W001VAK1, OP LUZEltNK COUNTY. JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, WALTER 11. IsOWKIU, OP ALLEGHENY COUNTY. ftcjiiMammuni.iiiJMi ' ufw i. . ! mim r""Ct.ln to Tin: constitution, as tiii: .iiirwiincKP) maiunt.u eMxns to tiiu last 1'I.ANK, Wlir.NTflOIlT AND TIIH TUMPIHT CLOSU AllUUNU J1ISI." .Daniel II litter PURPOSES OF THE WAR! COXGHESJ, BY A VOTE XEAtlUT UNANIMOUS, TlSSin THE rni.LowiNO mtsoLimoM, nmcn EXHums the voick or tiik Nation anbistiietrck standard or loyalty : "That tlio nroont iL'nlnrnblo civil war lias licrn nfced upon tho country by I ho dli'lnlonlBtii of tlio nouincrn mntos, now in arum against tno uonsiiinttonnl l!nvrnmoitt, Slnd In nhnn ntotiinl Hie Capital; Hint In tills National cinercciicy. Cuiizrust. tianlalilnz all feci- Inj of llioro passion or resentment, will recollect only Ha duty to tho wholo country ; that...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 18 July 1863

MMM DEMOCRAT JBJ.-OOiHSU-!.B: SATURDAY MOrtNIHO, JOI.Y 10, 1E3. (aixlf date's Department. Printer's Fee k'Z 00 each inMarlabty in advance. IS " Judge Woodward a citizen of uniin- n ij lJ tintrinfnii ' "ylvaiila, coinpo.nd of the i nimHe: l)CaClUl.S ffi CiKtl llClCl , , t-nt. Northumberland ami Snyder. . , I I And respectfully solicit your sin an iiuiu juriai, anu a SENATORIAL. 7b Iht Jhmocrallc I'.hclori nf Coin mil a County : rniLNt ami 1'n.triw-Cmi.iifis, Ornt(ifiil for your fur tner partiality mid genomic ronlidciite, 1 would ic rpcillully announce, (halt will lm n candlilato le'lnrc Ifiu Democratic county Convention, fur Iho nomination lit a iiiiidldutc fcr state senator, In represent tho Thirteenth Hen ilorl.il District of Tcnii. minima in Colutuhii, Moii- llrnge, levi Ij.taie. ninnni townnlilp, July -I, P03, In n i ttfi in (rnnllnmnn " pROTiiounTAi!v n n.i-i,tn-tit.nniiB I !fef ?f Jtoj-cr IS, 14 WVIl(IVlllltll . ....... v. ..wwuuiuo. n r.iouucr ' . . i o ine iicmotrat 11 ir Cu...

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. — 18 July 1863

Fanner's Department. LITTLE KINDNESS. Lillla drops of dew Oivo lifo to fainting flowers j I.iltlo moments beating truo Make up this life of ours. Prom Iho tiny ncorn pprings Proudcat of majestic trees ; And from little fluttering winga Fall tho sweetest melodies. And as tho little golden seeds Glorious harvests may impart. So will littlo kindly deeds Mako a heaven of tho heart. Dostthousometimcsdoull thy strength Dost thou weak anil trembling feel ? Sco ! tho little trickling stream Turns at last tho giant wheel. Sco tho ber.utcous coral islo, Mark those grottro of the wave ; They should make thoc wear a smilo, And thy heart grow bold and brave For, liko daisies from the sod To tho weary-winter heart, So, tho weakest child of God May somo thrill of joy impart. KEPOSti FARMING. It is Rvskin, wo believe, who regards repose as an clomement or iudes of pow er. Ho certainly decmos it an essential in all works of art. Rut applied to agri culture, tho reader will regard it anomal ous. It m...

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. — 25 July 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURGr GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO nOLD AND TKIM THE TOUGH OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM VOL. 17. NO, 21. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNA,, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1863, VOLUME 27. tUnLISHED EVERY SATURDAY) BY LEVI L. TATE, tN' BLOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, TA, offTob 7i the new Brick Duilding, opposite the jxciiaigetoy tnc vourt House, "lemo vatic Head Quarters." Select Poetry. FASHIONS KXTKAORDIMMtr. Tho dauihtar till in the parlor, And rocki In hrr es.y chair : Ihc'a clad In her .Ilk. ami satin., And Jew.l. r In her hair; She wlnki, one) giggle, and almpcri, And ilmperi, and glgglei, and irink., Aad though .ha talki but little, 'Til raitljr mora than ilia think. Her father goe clad In hi. runct, And ragged and iccdy at that ; IIli coati arc all out at tho rlbovr Ilo weara a mo.t .hocking bad hat. He'i hoarding and i.n ing hli ihllllngi. Bo carefully, day by day, While the, on her beaux and her poo...

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. — 25 July 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. EDITED BY LEVI L. TATE, rHOriUETOtl BLOOMSBURG, PA. Saturday, July 25, 1SGK. tn-"ni,INO TO THE-CONSTITUTION, AS TUB fcllinVRKCKr.il MAR IN nil (M.INflSTOTItE IjAST I'l.ANK, WHEN N10I1T ANIl TIIR T ISMFEdT C1.0HV. AllOUNll IIIM." ian(f( lltbiltr DBJIOCKATIC STATU NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, GliORCCW, WOODWARD, OP LUZERNE COUNTY. JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT WALTER II. LOWIIIE, OP ALLEGHENY COUNTY. Movements of llio Domooraoy A Hickory Pole was raised, on Sat urday afternoon last, on tbo farm of Ceo. Miller, on Raven Creek, in the township pi Benton. It was attended by a respect ablo number of Democrats. Groat ani mation pervades the Democracy of Colum bia. A Mass Meeting was held on last Saturday evening, at Moore's school houso, in Sugarloaf township. Several hundred Democrats many of whom came from adjacent townships woro in attendanco and very many were unable to obtain admission into tbo house. The meeting was addressed by tho Editor of this Jour nal. A Club Melti...

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. — 25 July 1863

sV Ail Important Caso. , , tiii: coxscnii'TioN act. An importont oaso came up yesterday in tho Supremo Court in tins city, before Justice Ilarnartl, which deserves notico and commoiit, iu this exigency, at our hands. It seems that a respootnblo citi zou, Dr. James B. MoCaiilay, of Brook tin. was arrested somo timo since, by a Provost Marshal's Guard, under n war rant issued by United States Commissioner Bolts, on the chargo of resisting tho ex ecution of tho Conscription Act, by re fusing to givo his n runo to tho enrolling officer. I la was taken before tho Com missioner, and tho examination Micro re sulted in hi3 discharge Tho United States District Attornoy thereupon imme diately went before another Commissioner, Mr. Newton, of No. 74 Wall street, and swore out a now warrant for tho samo of fice, with which tho Marshal again arrcstod i it m ni miMftnn Am UUMJlUMil uniuuuiwu JSMUKMSESUIKG, SATURDAY MOHNINO, JULY 25, 1863. " Judge Woodward is a citizen of uu im peachable character,...

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 July 1863

If? jjpfWMsAVpMMVf Farmer's Department. CURE OF FOOT ROT IN SHEEP. I havo repeatedly used the following treatment for foot rot in sheep with com plcto pucceBs. Prepare a solution of blue vitriol as strong as It can bo made, liy pulverizing and dissolving in warm soft water. Each hoof should then bo cx ninined, thoroughly cleansed with a knife, and if too long, cut to the proper dimen sions, If no infection bo found, let two men tako tbo sheep with n leg in each Land and dip every foot into tho solution of vitriol. When an infected hoof is found, carefully pare it until every par tjlolc o( tho infection is exposed avoid bleeding tho foot if possible. Then thor. oughly saturate tho foot with spirit!? of turpenlincfrom a viao with a quuTinscrtcd in the cork ; pour on aa much fine powder as you cao make adhcro to the foot or the parts infected, and apply n lightod match to tho same ; after which dip the foot in tho solution as abovo directed. The sheep should then run on. a clean floor ...

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 August 1863

an sun COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURGr GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM "TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOUGH OP TIIUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." VOL. 17. NO, 22. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1863, VOLUME 27. urn iMwnwMwrnwiMMMB f.M rUHMSHED EVERY 8ATURDAV, BY LEVI L. TATE. ' N nLOOMsnuno. ani.tiMBlA county, pa. OFFICE H in the new Brick Ihiilding, opposite the J:xciagc,oi thc Lourt House. " IJtmo ei alio Head Quarters." Select Poetry "COME BACK, COME BACK, McCLELLAN." or x orrietR the oiitbd states lurr. "Couia buck, com. bftek. McClellan I" tho frantic sol dirrs cried, Knrgotton wai the illsdpllii'i to long and tttcenly tried; Ttisy rcasonod not of ordsrs, they had hearts that could but led, l.1ke children running from th. rank., and with a child', appeal. "Conic hack, come back, McClellan (' thrill.. Tho very air yet The tumnlt of this cheering yet I. thundorlng in the hill, i A hundred thousand men mid more, and...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 August 1863

o COLOMBIA DKHOORAT. or. "Nogro Superiority." The Now York Tribune, one day Inst week, said that "the lot iCansa:. Colored Regiment was the Best disciplined aud most perfectly drilled regiment in tlio r-MiS.M. tUUHl 1, BSOtt. Till". CONSTIIUTION. AS Tim maiiint.r ni.iNOH to tup, last ,'lflllT AND Till: TEMPEST CLOSE 'Daniel Wcltter Tlio Public Debt. That portion of tlio National Debt which is roprcsonted by bunds and notes ia tel egraphed from Washington to liavo boon, on tho 1st of July, within a small fraction 6f ELEVEN HUNDRED MILLIONS American army." This, wo supposo, is Oli DOLLARS! Rut this docs not cm- j nnotliar confirmation of tho trutlv of tho braco any of tho claims for which moro Abolition doclrinc that n negro is as good certificates ol indebtedness havo been is-! as a whito man t Our gallant while army sued, nor any part of tho very largo amount I tho soldiers who fought aud conquered due on every variety of claims against tho Government, adjusted and unadjusted, duo T...

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. — 1 August 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT ULOOMHUULO, PLNN'A. . CAT JflbAif MOKNINO, AUGUST 1, 18-33. 11 Judge Woodward citizen j)cacliablc character, an able jurist, and a patriotic gentleman." Philadelphia Inquirer, June 20t. It afTordt us plcasuro to publish tlio following letter from tlio Hcv. James L. Valliiinlighahi, of Newark, Delaware. ,;' 'jr-cciition which this gentleman Las wi' -a iulijccted to in another evidenco of the partisan malice which rules tlio hour jud wc feci asaurtd that it will meet with 'ho 1 1! probation of every citizen who val ikh tho peace and good order of society. Newark, Del , July 25, 1803. Editors of the Age : Military arrests have become so eun mini as scarcely to attract notice; still, when a minister of the gopel is arrested, some explanation wculd seem to be ucccs saiy. On i he I7ih inst , the Deputy Provost Marshal of this .State with a portion of his guard, came to Newark for the purpose of arresting three of our citizens on specific ch'trges, Having aecompliscd thei...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 1 August 1863

Farmer's Department. rvZer?Tt rr-etja i ijhhkhuihiiiiui ww 'SCRATCHES" IN HOUSES. Tliia doscaso, called alto "groato" iu Eunland nnd insomcnarUuf tlii.-t niitinirv. 0 i j j often attacks the heels ami Iciia of nog. leotcit horses, and though easily prevented, la difficulty to cure, if of long standing. It cotniucncos with inflammation of tho oil glanda of tho akin about tho hind feet. Tlicso vessels, named stbaccos glands, nupply a fluid to soften tho skin and pre vent its cracking. Thoso glands arc es pecially needed and very active about tho hind feet of tho bora?, where, by frequent excrciso of tho parts, tho skin is subject to almost constant alternate wrinkling and expansion. The toughest leather would soonvic'il under such treatment, unless kept well softened by oiling. Tho c il glands may beconio inflamed by sudden cold, as when a horso after exercise over wet roads is allowed to stand in tho Ha l'i witheut cleaning and drying tho hair nut tho feet, Tho animal being warm, lu....

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. — 8 August 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TIIE TORCH OF TltUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DA11KENHD EARTn." TERMS i $2 00 PER ANNUM VOL. 17. NO, 23. BLOOMS B COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1863, VOLUME 27 Heading Kail Ho.nl. SUMMER AIUtANGEMENT. &-1BKAT TKUNK UNI. FROM TUB NORTH AN J.T Northwest for riilladclphla, Now Vork, Reading, I'nt IevIIIc, Lebanon. Allentnwn, Easton.&c. c. Trnltia leave llarrlabiiri! for Philadelphia. New York Heading, r-nltsvlllc and all Intermediate stations, nt 8 it. in. i and 'J p. mi. New Yttk cgptesa lcavci Harrlsliurg nt2.15a. m, arilvlngnt New Vork mil 13 the aame morning. Fares from llarrlsbnrg I To Jvew York S3 15 s (o Philadelphia 3 3J and S3 B'J. Uaggage checked th roil ! h. Utturnlnp, Icavn Now York nt fi n m 13 noon, and 7 V. in., (I'lltahurg I'.xprusf). Leave Philadelphia at 8.13 j. in,, anil 3.W p in. Sleeping rara in thoNcvv York express trnlnj.througk in and frnin Plttiburc...

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. — 8 August 1863

1 ,3; m II h ' in - It JULUHIIM UI'ilUUUUAl.j CDirun by luvi 1.. tate, rnoniiEToti BLOOM SBURG, PA. Saturday, August S, ISO'.C. trr-'ouNo to tiir coNtmi i'tion, ah 'rut: piurwnrcKnn maiiinimi ci.iniwiotim: last riiANK, wiir.NMioirr ami TiinTEJirnsT li.osu AUOUNl) HIM." Vttnltl llibster FUHFOSES OF THE WAltl - - roNORUI. BY A VOTB WUtll.Y t'N N1M01', PHtEtl TUB rUAWimt resolution, umril ummum Tnit oiik ut HIB 1V4TIOS AMU UTIIk'flltlK orAfiiiARnor I.IKII.TY : I "Tliat the present ili-plornbio civil unr tins won ncfd upon tho ccmiilty liy lliu ilivitilonlsln of Iho hoiithcrn Blntoa, now in nriin n?,iliitl ilioConrtUiilloiinl UuVfrnmcnt, nml In tirnn ntmind llio Cn.ltnl , thnt In tills National emergency, Congrins, ImiiIsIiIhb nil feel ing of mcro paaolnn nr roenlment, Hill recollect nuly Ita duty totho whole country , lhat this tear in not vagal en Inetr part in any spirit oi oppression, or jor any pur- post OJ COO or in! trfert nquest cr subjugation or purpose of overthrowing ring tsi...

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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