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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 12 September 1863

Columbia Democrat. BRPTBMDBK 13, loC3. I - I SATURDAY M0IIM1NG, JC Splendid portraits of .Tudgo Wood ward, tlio Democratic candidate for Gov ernor, for sale by Col. Freeze, nt Thirty cents cacti. Call and buy one. lJji.t.8 arc out for a Polo Raising and Mass Meeting on next Saturday, at Jonca' Hotel, in Mount Pleasant. Good Speak ers will bo there. Democrats, roll up tlio column and maintain the structure of our Common Liberties. Tticc Crops in one season. Our Sybo riau Crab Tree, which vc somo lime sinco noticed as having had a second crop, has haw nroducod a third crop of bruit. . Three crops thii season. 'Jruly " rare occurrence. WSrOharloy Shriurr, in order to tho moro effectually deceive his bearers, took special caro tho other evening, to reiterate tho story that ho wa3 u Jaeksou democrat. The Devil was once an Angel of Light, but they have both fallen ! Wo pity all poor devils. CSr John Fiircira, the well known-Fur ricrt of 71? Arch St., Philadelphia, is now prepared to furni...

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. — 12 September 1863

Farmor's Department. M.M-.-U .,.. ,. ,. .. 111. J EFFECT OF SHADE ON SOILS. fTMIH subscriber lm just returned from llio Tlllcs 11. 0 Kendall, in a I... communication . iVn? aiui SmnZv MooilH, to the American Larmur, niaiiitnins that ! purchased nt Philadelphia, nt tlio lowest figure, nn.i , , , .ill.... ,. which llioy nro ilctcrniliiol lo ncll on n inmlPtnlo trrnn (InrKllCSS favors IllO UCpOSlt Ot llltratc olios enn lo procured elsewhere In nioohislnirg. Illi , i ,i .. . i . .. stork comprises yioiasu in uio sou. illicit is one oi mo causes of tlio fertility produced by sliado j but lio holds that a mora important in fiuenco is exerted by tho earth-worm. Mr. Kendall says : Hut this chemical combination and de posit is tlio avant courier of a more pow erful fertilizing agent that works exclu sively under tlio cover of total darkness. This is tho common earth worm. These iudustrous manipulators of tho soil shun Eunshino and tho broad glaro of day ; but givo thoni a dark corner, a shad...

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. — 19 September 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. to hold and trim tub touch op truth and wave it o-eu tub darkened earth." TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO. 29. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1863, VOLUME 27. . - . POETRY- To Pennsylvania. Oh, State, prayer founded I never hung Bucli choice upon a posple'i tongue, Such power to Most or ban, At that which makes thy wlilipcr l'nlc. l'or which on thectho ccnturle. wait, Ami dettlnlca of man. Acron thy Alliglianlnn chain, With eroanlnga from the homes of pain, Tim coot wlml Amis Its way : Wild-wailing from Delaware's flood, The crying of thy children' blood Is In thy cars to day. And unto thee, in freedom' hour Uf sorest iiPcd, UoJ gives theo power T. ruin or to save, To wound or heal, to blight or blcis With fruitful field or wilderness, A free home or n grave I Nay. more: transcending time and plate, The question of the human race Js thine vo solve nncw; And,' tremb'lng dou...

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. — 19 September 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT.. EDITED BY LEVI li. TATE, MOriUETOrt BLOOMSBURG, PA. S.itiml:iy, September H), ISGtt The Preservation of tlio Constitution, The Bestoration op the Union, And the Supremacy or the Laws. wcMsn to the constitution, as the SIIIPWRIXKED MAKIN'I.Il (.'LINOS to the last riiANK. WHEN K3HTAn THE TEMPEST CLOSE AROUND MM,"DanUl IIAitcr. K7 ' I INTEND. 1'OR ONE. TO REOARD AND MAINTAIN. AM) CARRY OUT. TO THE rULL l'.ST EXTENT, THE CONSTITUTION 01' THE UM. TED 8TATE3. WHICH I HAVE SWORN TO BIJI' I'ORT IN ALL ITS PARTS AND ALL ITd I'ltO- VISIONS."-DA!lltL WcDSTER DEMOCRATIC STATU NOMINATIONS FOROOVERNOR, i:0K(iiG W. WOODWARD, OP LUZERNE COUNTY, JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, WALTER II. L0WKII3, OP ALLEGHENY COUNTY. FOR SENATOR7 DAVID It. i!I.TOMERY. OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. F 0 RASEAlTri , Y , ClEOItftU . JACKSON, OF SULLIVAN COUNTY. jourv c. elms, OF MONTOUR COUNTY. rilOTHONOTARY, JESSE COLEMAN, OP ORANQE. REGISTER & RECORDER. JOHN G. FREEZE, OF BLOOM. TREASURER, DANIEL McHEN...

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. — 19 September 1863

Columbia Democrat. SATtfUDAt MORNING, SETTEMDUn 19, 1863.' Wn will endeavor to publish in tho noxt ''Columbia Dcmoorat," tlio names of nil ( who havo boon drafted from Columbia County. Tlio quota of the county is 035 men, That groat law maknr, Provost Mar shall Fry, of Washington, has issuo d anothor circular. Ho cxonipt those from the nrcFcnt draft, who had substitutes in the United States sorvico on tits IJrd of Maroh, 1503. This is right. Wilmington Ejection Tlio munici pal election in tho City of Wilmington, on Tuesday last, resulted in favor of tho Re publicans, but by a greatly reduced major ity. Last year tho Republican majority for Mayor was 030 tlits year tho it is nly 250, '' ' The Abolitionist havo again coaxed up Robert F. Clark, to stump Columbia coun ty in their behalf. Through his effort in public speaking, a few years ago, tlio Democracy increased their voto some four hundred. What it will bo increased by another effort, tho official returns of the county will show. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 19 September 1863

Farmer's Department. THE FARMER,. In a swoct healthy air with a larm of his own, Secluded from tumult and strife, Tho farmer, more blessed than a King nu his throne, Enjoys all tho comforts of life. When tho swcct-smclling spring sheds her pcrfumo around, Aud musio enchant cve-y tree, With his glittering plotighsharo ho fur rows his ground, With a mind independent and free. When winter howls dismally over tho earth, And want tells her talc at hts door, Serenely ho sits at his clean blazing hearth, And dispenses relief to tho poor. Then lot idle ambition her baubles pursue, While wisdom looks down with disdain, Tho homo of the farmer hath charms ever now, Where health, peace and competence rein. HOW TO SAVE MANURE In Franklin county, Mass,, tho placo of my nativity, most of the tillable land lias increased iu value probable one hundred per cent, within tho last twenty fivo years, by means of tho careful husbaudry and application of manures. Most of the barns are constructed with thre...

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. — 26 September 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. to hold and tkim the torch op truth and wave it o'er tub darkened eaiitii." TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO. 30. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1863, VOLUME 27. POETRY- lie Americans' Welcome to tticir King. After Tennyson. BY tSAiC 0 REED, JR. Abraham Lincoln, wo bow Ilia knee. Republican King; Yankees, anil Yorkers, nnil Clunkers ere we, Tha rightful liclrs of thu men onco free, Uut all of us BiavuB In our worship of tlice, Republican Kin;. Welcome him gloom Ity, fort unit (loot I Wclcomo him silently, crowded street I U'clcoiua him men, in prisons niado mad. Welcome him conscripts, reckless or sad. Drupe with the symbol of deepest woe. The banners that tell of tlu long ugol Hcattcred the cypress whurevcrlie tread, America1 King is slinmu tu lie r doadl Blianm to tha BUtiismcn burled and gone, ehunioto tha tiieiit'ry of Wnshlngton Mourn, hapless land, thy dishonor and wr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 September 1863

t : ilUillil UUliIVUllilli HDTTKI) BY LEVI L. TATE, morttlETOR BLOOM SBDRG, PA. Saturday, September 3&, 1863 The Preservation or ilio Constitution, TnE Restoration op the Union, And the Supremacy of the Lawb. ttT'CI.INO TO Tlir. CONSTITUTION, AS THE SIlirWRCCKEII MAKINI'.UCLINOHTOTIID LAST rUANK, VV I1KN NH.I1T AND TUB TEMPEST CLOSE AROUND IIIM."-.DiitleI IIMttr. V7" " I INTEND, FOR ONE, TO REGARD AND MAINTAIN, AND UARKY OUT. TO THE FULL EST EXTENT, THE CONSTITUTION OF TUB UNI. TED STATES. WHICH I HAVE SWORN TO SUP PORT IN ALL ITS PARTS AND ALL ITS PRO VISIONS "-DiXltL WumR. 'NO BODY OF TROOPS IN THE ARMY OF THE UNITED BTATlvS, OR OF THISCOMMONIVI'.AI.TII BIIAL1. I)E PRESENT. EITHER ARMED OR UN ARMED, AT ANY PLACE OF ELECTION WITHIN THIS COMMONWEALTH, DURING THE TIME OF SUCH ELECTION." MIA See. cfAet ff .linmHy of renniyhanla, 2nd July DEMOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS FOGOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WOODWARD, OF LUZERNE COUNTY. JUDGE OF TnE SUPREME COURT, WALTER II. LOW II Hi, OP ALLEGHENY CO...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 September 1863

Columbia Democrat. SATURDAY 'MOIWINO, SEPTEMBER 26, 1863. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING AT JEBSKYTOWN, GOLUMHIA COUNTY, PENN'A. On THURSDAY, Oct. 8., 1883. LIT KVERY MAN WHO IS WORTHY OP THEEDOM OIVE ONE DAY TO HIS Heuiomber thai ibo prioo of Liberty ia Eternal Vigilance. l'ooplo of Col' umbia, ever faitliful to your ancient and glorious Domocratio Record, Rally In iout Strength, at Jcrseytown, on Oct. 8th, that ou Elnctiou Day you may bo Omnipotent against your Country's Foes. Tbo following gcntleinon will address tlio Meeting. JOSEPH 0. 15UC11E11. ESQ., of Lewis burg, Union County, Pa. COL. WM, 11 KINDLE, of Lycoming. HON. M. E. JACKSON, of Columbia. September 20, 1803 2v. The Premium List of tho Agricultural Society of Columbia county, for premium" to be awarded at the next Lair, will ap pear in next Saturday's Democrat, The abolitionists had sixty negroes in their procession at Bcllfontaine, Ohio. Whito men of the Repnblican party just think of that. Gov. CuiiTiN was one of tlio HIGH ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 26 September 1863

Farmer's" Department. HOW TO SAVE MANURE" In Franklin county, Mass., tho placo of my nativity most of tbo tillable land lias inorcasod in value probable ouo liundrcd per cent, within tbe last twenty five years, by moans of tho careful husbandry ana application of manures. Most of the barns are constructed with tbrco stories, with a view to this object, a part of tbo middle story being devoted to stabling, Yfith light floors, so that tho droppings with tho urino may be preoipitatod below, through convenient trap-doors. The low er story, or cellar, opons generally to tho cajt or south, convenient for driving in a team loaded with alluvium, gathered from shallow holes or basins made on the lower aido of th road at tho openings of cross bars, which arc so necessary in that hilly , ctms, etc, i :-:.! Mnjor-Ocneraii. mu nng .uencrau, ' J Bill Colonels, Bl l.icut.-Cnlouels, :07 other Offlccri, 00 country to Drevcni the wator running in ' Nnvy oiiiccn, sss Matenncn, in Divines, uu Authors, ...

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. — 3 October 1863

COLUMBIA )EMOC AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER Levi l, tate, editor. "TO HOLD AND TKIM TUB TOUOII OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'HB THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS s 82 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO, 31. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1863, VOLUME 27. RAT, m CAMPAIGN SONGS. Woodward and Freedom. .Mi-DATTLU tjiTv" OP FREEDOM. Yen, We'll rally round the Flaj, boya, fcally on co again, tehoutlng for Wooilivnrd and for Freedom; We'll rally from (he lilllsMrs, We'll Bather from the plains, tth jutlng for Woodward nndfor Freedom 1 Tho Union forevur I hurrah, boys, hurrah I Down with Oppression, Up with the law I While we rally round the Flag, boys, ltnlly once again, Shouting for Woodward and for Fuecdam I Wo arc rallying to the polls, boya. Three ilr;ii thousand more, Shouting lor Woodward and for Freedom , And we'll march In sulld ranks, As our Fathers did of yore, Shouting for Woodward and for Freedom I The ballot-box forever I hurrah I boya, hurrah I Down with Opprcs.ion,...

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. — 3 October 1863

SATORDAT MOnNINO, OCTOBER 3, 1883. I The Preservation oF tho Constitution, The Restoration op the Union, And the Supremacy ov the Laws. W'CLINO TO TDK CONSTITUTION, AS TIIH BIllPWRr.CKEI) MAIUNIUIOLINCISTOT1IUI.A8T PIjANK, WHEN N10IIT AND the TEMl'EdT close AUOUNO HIM." Vaitel lltbittr. who dofrauds our 'brave soldiers is worso than a. traitor. Wo do not know who is IT tm II II 1 W K im m mm imm m i, !i l iiii o uavotostimonv from another ot uur- imiiauvwji jiv imjuij tuiwwi tin's own organs, tho Gettysburg Star and Tho following Domooratic toocllnga Banner, to provo his charaotor and ircjm- will bo hold in Columbia county, botweon diato his claims for ro-clecfion. On tho ibis and tho'oleclion : . . 3in of May, 1801, that papor-said i ' Jaokson, near Derr's, Saturday oftornoon iedited by Levi L.Tate, rnorniEToit "Tho man who makes thopresont effort! October 3, 1803. of tho pcoplo to prcscrvo tho liberties Buckhorn, Monday evening, Oct. 5, 1803. r,i, . i,io..,ji t, f-ti,., Centre, at...

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. — 3 October 1863

Columbia Democrat. BLOOMSBURG, VA. .Saturday, October U, 18G, "d E MO CRATIC H ASS MEETING AT JElKYTOWN, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A. On THURSDAY, Oot, 8., 18G3. LhT EVERY MAN WHO IS WORTHY OP I'REEDOM OIVK ONE DAY TO HIS Rcniomhcr that iho prico of Liberty is Eternal Vigilanco. Pcoplo of Col umbia, ever faithful to your ancient and glorious Dotnocrntio Record, Rally in your Strength, nt Jcrsoytown, on Oct, eth, that on Elrction D;iy you may bo Omnipotent ngainst your Country's Foes. Tlio following gentlemen will address tlio Meeting. JOSEPH C. BUCI1E11, ESQ., of Lewis- burg, Union County, Pa. COL. WM. HIUNDLE, of Lycoming. HON. M. E. JACKSON, of Oolumbin. September 20, 1803 2vv. Crowded our. 'Vox populi's" com munication and tlio Report of tho Blooms burg Ft male Biblo Society aro 'crowded out of to-day's Democrat. A rush of .job-work and new Advertisements is tlio causo, They will bo heard next week. jOaDIs t possible that any Soldier can bo so foolish as to leavo the city without a '...

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. — 3 October 1863

Farmers Dcpartmont. FACTS AHOUT APPLES. Yo liavo an old npptc troo which was revived by trimming and grafting it with Ualvvin soions fourteen years nco. It lias been greatly neglected, and was fast run ning to ruin when the work of renovation was commenced. Tho trimming and grafting proooss was not dono at oneo,but judiciouly continued throught three years. juuriDg una time mo swaru was dug up , and pulverized, nnd tho soil for a diameter ot twenty feet about the tree was manured and dressed two or three times with wood ! ashes, Tho manure was slightly dug in when applied, The now graft began to bear moderately the thrid year ; and grad ually increased, until in 1800 thoy gavo U3 seventeen barrels of npplcs. Iu 1801 thoy yielded only a peek or two, and the present vear. 1803. twenty one barrela. ! ' . , . , ,. I musk 01 wuicu wcro mcuium 3izcu,marKCi able apples 1 Another tree, which had scarce a sound limb upon it, was renova ted at the same lim?. This however, produceod tho Iluut ...

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. — 10 October 1863

COLU DEMOC AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TOROII OF TRUTH AND WAV IT O'ER TUG DARKENED EARTH." mi? n irci . do nnTi?n a vrvrTTur VOL. 17. NO, 32. BLOOMS liURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1863, VOLUME 27. MBIA RAT, i COLUMBIA EMOCRAT. BIHTF.D BY LEVI li. TATE, raOI'METOU SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1B63. The Presehvation of tUo Constitution, The Restoration op the Union, -And the Sjjmemacv or the Laws. irsci.iNo to run constitution, as the BIlll'U'dlXKEI) .MAIll.VHKOl.lNOSTOTIIK LAST 1M.ANK. WHEN NHIIIT AND TIIE TKJirEST CLOSE AUUUNU HIM." Janiel IVtlster. ' I INTEND, l'Oll ONE, TO REGARD AND MAINTAIN. AM) MAURY OUT. TO THE J'UM. EST EXTENT, THE CONSTITUTION 01' TIIE UM- ti:d states, which i have sworn to sur- FOIIT IN ALL ITS PARTS AND ALL I'M l'KO VISlONd" Daniu. Wkiismi. NO HODY CI' TROOPS IN THE ARMY 01' TUB UNITED STATI.H. OR OK TIIISCOM.MONWEAI.TII SHALL III! I'UESEN'T, EITHER ARMED OR UN ARMED, AT ANY PLACE...

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. — 10 October 1863

mWi POCRAT. .rfPft. I twQy-TZZZ'-Zm. "V'si-iy BLOOMSBURG, PA. j 'rr -- - Saturday, October 10,1808. DEMOCRATIC'STATE NDlII.ViriJV S I? Oil GOVERNOR, GKORtitt W. WOODWARD, OF LUzEtlNE COUNTY. JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, WAIAklt IK. IjOWfiSIli, OP ALLEGHENY COUNTY. FOR SENATOR, DAVID IS. MOXTtiOillERY. OF N011TIIUMUEIILAND COUNTY. FORASSEMnTiY, OEOIlftU II. JACKSON, OF SULLIVAN COUNTY. JOHN C ELLIS, OF MONTOUR COUNTY. rjlOTHOXOTAIlY, JESSE COLEMAN, OF OtlANOE. REGISTER & IlECOnDER. JOHN G. FREEZE, OV BLOOM. TREASURER, DANIEL McIIENRY, Or FISIIINaOREElC. COMMISSIONER, TI10S. J. VANDERSLICEj OF HEMLOCK. AUDITOR. JOHN R. Y01TE, or MiFrr.iN. CORONER. WM. T. SIIUMAN or CATAWISSA. Democratic Meolings. The following Democratic meetings will be hold in Columbia couuty, between this and tho election-; Beaver, at F. L. Shuman's, Oct. 10, '63. KonnsBuua, 10, 1 1 (i Espytown, Monday evening, 12, Good speakers will be present to address the people on these occasions. Eepeal of tho Tonnage Tax....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 10 October 1863

Columbia Democrat . SATURDAY MOIWINO, OCTODDIl 10, 1863. The l'ntSEtiVATJON or tbo Constitution, TUK ItESTOUATlON Or THE U.NI0N, And the Supremacy of tub Laws. Tho Printer's Wauls. . Wc want Cider, Corn, Fumpkin9,Grain, SBcef, Fork, Poultry nrnl Money. Cot and Tin. Democrats in whoso 'lands tiokots liavo been left will Jo good scrvioo for their party by having them out and tied up roody for voting. Sotdiers Read! Citizens Head 1 1 Tho nddross of tho Oemooratio Stalo commit hn. on tl.o first nana of our nancr. Itoatl it and then hand it to a return soldier.- mlarihJ tuUs ul omc or C3 "J The roBult.Domoerals b now in your hands or J0'"18 'he arJvJ f hiS country, let it bo nothing less than an old Jackson victory. Forward, boys, forward. BSrMcaslea aro prostrating tho Volun teers by hundreds, tho hosntals aro crow-. dud with them. Soldiers, bo warned in of Pittsburg, ivltcrc llic'ir official duties time. Holloway's Pill's aro positively in-1 takes than und where they urc not per fallib...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 10 October 1863

FRESH ARIIIVA L FAIiliANDWfflllGOOllS: AND EVERYBODY "TIIF. undersigned, grateful for past patronage, rcspoc t fully Intorms Ills customers nnu iiicpunncilciieriiiiY ihattio lias Just rcccivcit from thu Easterns cities, Hi largest and most select stock of Fall and Winter That lias yet been opened In Bloomsburrj, In which he Invites tho attcntioii of Ills friends, and insures them timi Hipv nrn offered for sale nt arcat bargains. Ills Block comprises n largo assortment of GENTLEMEN'S WEARING APPAREL, n( Ptimn in, p TlnrH 1ftiTf. nf nvprv lifts crlptlonj rants, Vests, Shirts, Cravats Stacks, Cotton IIandKorcniet,uiovcs, Busticiiucrs, uc, GOLD WATCHS JEWELRY, Of every description, flno and encap. N. II. Ucinembcr " Loitenbcrg's Cheap Emporium.' call and sec. No charge for cxnmlng Goods. david lowenrero Bloomsbu rg, August 29. ieC3. (Juno 185a.) E. & II. T. NTIIONY, MANUFACTURE RS OF 1MIOTOG RATll 10 MATERIA IiB, 501 Broadway, Nciu York. ARB PH0T86BAPH5, Our Catalogue now embraces c...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 17 October 1863

A COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT ! i AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TIUMTftE TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS: 2 00 PER ANN UM VOL. 17. NO, 33. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1863, VOLUME 27. OF TUB KIQIITIl I ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE COLUMBIA COUNTY AGRICULTURAL, -ASSOGXA'TXGiar, Willi, 'nr. IlKLD A BL003I81S17KG, PA., 'TffURS-DAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, Oct. 1 6, 1 6, and I 7. Class 1st. HORSES. Ilcst pair ilrnuglit horses, 8 00 '2J ito Jo do Jo 5 00 do Jo cnrrligo horses, 8 00 2J Jo Jo Jo do 5 00 Ja Jo Jo mures, 0 00 2J do do do do 4 00 do stallion over four yenrs old, 8 00 2d do do do do 5 00 do do between two and four years old, 4 00 "2d do do do Jo do 3 09 do brood mnro with colt nt licr siilo, both owned by exhibitor, 0 CO SM-do uo Jo Jo 4 CO Jo elnglo Muringo horso, 4 00 2d do Jo Jn Jo 2 00 Jo Jo do mnro, 3 09 do gelding colt between 2 nnd 3 years, 4 00 Jo tnnro Jo Jo Jo Jo 3 00 do liorso -do -d...

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. — 17 October 1863

COLUMBIA MMOCIMTV EDirr.D by lkvi i.. tath, rnorntETOR TjLOOMSHURG.PA. Saturday, October 17, 186, Tho Elootion in Columbia Co. Wo givo to-day tlio reported voto in tills county upon Tuesday, from whioh it will foe scon that tho magnificent voto of last year is fully maintained. Our voto will nearly ronoli 1000 majority, which, for a county of the size of ours, is most decided find gratifying. It is a vote of about two to one, tho advantago being in our favor, and it fixes permanently tho character of the county as one of the leading Demo cratic counties of tho State. Tho decision of tho pcoplo'of Columbia county against Governor Curtin is indeed strong and is righteously given. Tho majority hero against him in I860 was 738. It is now nearly 1000 ! When tho majorities for Judge "Woodward in Columbia and Mon tour are added together, it will bo seen that tho whole Democratic voto within the limits of what was Columbia county for merly, is belter than it ever was before at any contested...

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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