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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg general advertiser. — 17 October 1863

Columbia Democrat. Saturday mohnino, outoder 17, 1863. . . Tin: Preservation of tlio Constitution, The Restoration or the Union, And the Supremacy or the Laws. Wnur AlTni nro Mnnntrod. " I ' Lea than a year ago a boy ' mtcollo -"hcro lholr busincM rolflll wUh Ul0 mind arrived nt the port of PLilndolpLia, , t bllIf of mnnWnJ ,mu oommonocd ! from Europo, and wai brought 'oWil - 'j lramsport, where bin parents reside. Scv - eral months ago no Firoycu irom mo rosi den oi ot his parents, and by some moons found bis way to Philadelphia, whore tlio mbstituto sharks got hold of him, and got a board of enrollment to accept him as a substitute no doubt paying the mombcrs of the board a portion of tlio substitute money. The boy was given eighty dol lars as his share, and during the first night alter hie acceptance tuo money wis stolen from his pocket in all probability by the vory men who efavc it to him. Aftor bo- , , ,, 'inc sent to camp whero, of course, Ins a ' i conduct was nothing more n...

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. — 17 October 1863

Lackawanna & Rlootiisburg Railroad j 0 and Arrnn april sn, i-ms, PAsai.Ntinit Tit A INS Wll.l. lU'N AS ri.til.UWH MOVIffU HOUT II. Patsmger. Aeeon. 3 30. A. M. 11.0(1 A. M ('..to Arrive l'.'.30 1' M 8.SS 0.51 AM D..M NORTH 1.3(1 I'.M. .1.11) 1.1'RVO Pernntoit, 11 Kingston " llloumsbtirg " ttiipcrti " Danville, Arrive nlNorlbuinbotl.lnil, MOV I N I! Lcavo Northumberland, " Danville, " Rupert, ' liloomsburg " Kingston, Arrlvo nt Scrnnton. 5.50 8.0.1 1.1.1 I'. M 0.10 1 Mi 3.31) A Pnxscngcr Trnln nlsnienves Kingston nt p.'M A. M for Scranton.to connect Willi train for New Vork, He turning! leaven Scrantnn on arrival of Trnln from Now York nt 4,'iO 1. M. Tho Lacknwnnnn nnd ninamshitrg Itailrnait connects wlththo Delaware, Lackawanna anil Heniern llnitrn.nl nt Scranton, for Now York anil Intermediate points cant At Itnpert It connect with the Cnttuw lsa Railroad, for (jiolnu both cal unit west arriving nt Philadelphia nt At Nnrtliiimbcrtnnd'lt rnisnectswith the Philadelphia ti r.rlell...

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. — 24 October 1863

COLUMBIA AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER, LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR "TO HOLD AND TIIIM TUB TOUCH OF TltUTII AND WAVE IT O'EIt THE DARKENED EAltTII." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM- VOL. 17. NO, 34. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1863, VOLUME 27. Poetry. Tho Baltic Field. Vss I n battle' a t cry "Ice thing Iic yoii'ro llshtlng. These sn:ne upi nrnl downs ntc so very exciting. Hut n sombre sight's n lialtlo fleld To Hie sad survivor's sorrowing eye, Wli'sn those tOio scornoil to fly or yield, In one promlsctiom enrnnge He; When the.cnunnn's roar Is heard no more, And tho thick dun Bmoko lias roll'd nway, And tho victor comes for the last survey Of tho well fought field of ycitcrday.l No triumphs flush Ihr.t haughty brow, No proud oxulting look Is there ! Ills eagle glance is humbled now, As, earthward, in anxious euro It seeks tho form whoso stalwart prldo Uut yesterday morn was by his side I And there it lies on yonder bank Of csurscs which them-elves had blcalh Hut...

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. — 24 October 1863

IfllflPll AT lMllUULlilli - I EDITED Ut LEVI L. TATE, PROPRIETOR BLOOMSBURG, PA. Snturday, October 24, I80S, FOR PRESIDENT IN 1881, GEORGE B.M'CLELLAN ( Subject to the Dtciilon of :the Democratic Njtl onal Con? cntion. ) Presidential Candidate Wo raiso to our mast-head to-day, the candidato of tho country's ohoico for tho Presidency in 1B04, Pcnnsylvanian's no blest son and champion, Mnj. Gen. Geo, D. McClellan, Tho hope of tho coun-j try and tho restoration of tho Union now I depend alono upon tho election of Gen, McClcllan. Ilis nomination, by tho Dem ocratic National 'Convention, should bo mado by acolamation. ThelReBult in ColumbiaCotmty. Wo publish clsowhcro tho offiuial re turns of tbo election in this County. It will bo seen ibat the Dcmocraoy havo rolled up tho magnificent majority of 1541 for Judgo Woodward, and elected tho wholo Democratic ticket by an avorago majority of 3025. This, considering tho great effort mado by tho Abolitionists, is a magnificent icsull. We havo p...

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. — 24 October 1863

I. MIBIA SATURDAY MOIWINQ, OCTOIJEIl 42, 10S3. TIIE PRINTER'S WANT. We woDt Cider. Oorn, PuraplunB,Gram, Beef. Pork, Poultry and Monoy. Alto, a, few loads of Pino Wood. Bead our now Advertisements. OnwaiThoStar of the Northhy Mr. -Jacoby, has entered upon its eixth year. Rev. Geo. W. Scott, of iDanville, will preach in the Baptist church of this placo, to-morrow, at 10 o'clock, a. tu., and 71 in iho ovoning. The Agricultural Show of Columbia koutity, held in Bloomslurg. last week, was well attended. The receipts amount , "to over 8800 00. Tho List o! Pro.ni urns , awarded will appoar in next Democrat Wc aro requested to announoe, that an examination of Tcachors by tho Couuty Superintendent of Columbia county, 'will bo held in Light Street, for Scott township, 'on 'Monday, November 2nd 1803. Tub Ladies connected with the Luth eran Church, of Bloomsburg, received over 8300 00 at their refreshment tables, on the Fair ground, during tho thrco days o( tho exhibition, last week. The money...

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. — 24 October 1863

jjarmcfs (Solium. ?,.,. ";.t. ! . FENCING. "Bad r'cne mako Bad Melshbot."-OW Saying ' Boing a farmer, and living surrounded ihy others of a like occupation, I hnvo been enabled to sec and osperienco some of tbo nunnlcnaant consequences and triala, as 1 woll-as pleasures and comforts, of tbo til ler'of tbo soil. Hut I am led to conclude that many ol tbo farmer's difficulties and , vexations may bo attributed to his own - .'carelessness and thoughtlessness. Ono 'great tonroo of loss and vexation in every neighborhood arises from cattle, sheep and 'bogs breaking into tbo enclosures) and eating and destroying the crops that the fdrinor has been at so much labor and ex pensd to raise. If tho stock performing 'these mischievous tricks aro his own, ho Is apt to givo thorn a severe whipping (if be can each fbem,) and then complain of his ill luck and blighted prospects. If 'liioy belong to his neighbor, tho cohcb 'qucnecs often arc tho laming or other in jury to tho depredators, harsh langu...

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. — 31 October 1863

COLUMBIA AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. k'. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TORCH OP TItUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EA11TII." TERMS: $2 00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 17. NO, 35. BLOOMS bURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1863. VOLUME 27; DEMOCRAT, 'SELECT POETRY. Stonewall Jacksou a Sentinel TlicRr-v. Ur.'Mnnm. of Itlchmond. in n aorinnn on tip iiiiu h lril nml lam Mud Htokewall Jackbus, natnte thu following litciitent : J ' I'ri'Uona In tho firtt battle of Manassca, warn the troops unilcr Htonuunll Jarkanii tmel mado a forced inarch, on hnltlny at night they full un thu Brouml n. huiisto.l nnil fa In I. Tlio hour nrrived fur anting t lio tvatch for tin night. The otllrcr of the ilay went tit tha (irniral's tent ami aalil. " Uencral, till men ar a 1 weurii'il, uml there is not onu'liil in nulecp. Slinll I awnku llicni I" " n," s r I il hc nolilu Jarkaon, "let thani fli-ep, nnil I will watch the camp to-night." Ami nil night Ion); he rode rnuml that timel...

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. — 31 October 1863

OLUHB A DEMOCRAT.! 1SMTHD BY LEVI L. TATJJ, FRONtlETOH BLOOMSUUltG, FA. Saturday, October 31, IS Gil, ron ninsiDENT in lset, GEORGE 13, M'CLELLAN ( Subject to tho Decision of tbo Democratic National Convention. ) Pay the Printer Wo have transmit, ted bills, by mail, during tho past fortnight, to many of our subscribers, and respect fully rcquost them to remit ua tho amount duo, at onco, by tho eamo channel. Our expenses aro increasingly heavy to say nothing of tho overwhelming Govcrn - ltl lYflfinil" tln A. A nftw .ninhini. 11 I ........ . .. .v ..., V...JVJ...JJ, ul. ot wnicn must oe paium i;asii, ana Uoncoj we appeal to tuo generous justico ot our customers to meet current expenses, and enable -us to publish an independent journ al. We trust our friends will respond in that spirit of gonerosity and promptitudo which ha3 always characterized our in tercourse as Editor and Patrons. N. B. Wo shall again bo compelled as we were at the opening of tho presont vol ume, in last March, to ...

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. — 31 October 1863

cou'hbia mmni SATOnDAV MOIININO, OriGUEH 31, 1863. THE PRINTER'S WANTS. Wo wnnt'Cidcr, Corn, I-'umpkitiSjGrnin, Ikcf, Pork, Poultry oud Money. Also, a few loads of Pino Wood. - Stone Coal- 13 selling at 131oonisburfi wharvoa at tlio following rates i No. 5,1 In Madison, on the 21st inst., Mr. Con 2,C0 , No. 4, $3,00 ; nud No, a, 81,00. . relies Yanhoun, aged. about 74 years. 0 I At the General lliWital, near Gettvs- Oe.NScnit-TS.Tho Syraouso tiioiuilisl argues that 'A man coerced against Ills wilt, To go to war, will seldom kill." Consiitu - p 1 Inn aiiTor.no. between an Abolitionist 'Union wiui nn 11, ami tuo ouicr goes lagaint't the Union with a but. Standard Dumocuatic Document. Tiic New Tcstamont and the Constitution of tho United States. Wo commend them rovercntly to our peopla. Do You Know of One? Reader, do you know of ti singlo loud-mouthed, braw ling Abolitionists, that has professed to bo full ot fight and fury in this war, who has been drafted, and means to go ? Ni:w Good...

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. — 31 October 1863

ifcumci's olitmu. CAMPAIGNS OIDEIt. Wo annciP, from a very respectable lourco the following on tho subject of CaroptiigDc Cider. The process of mnking o good nrticlo of cider, aa free ns possible from nlco bolio influences, is so simple that nnj one who has tho apples can have it in his family : 4After tho apples nro crushed, press out thejuioe, put in a clean essk and leavo out the bung. It will work without anything put in ; in four or fivo days draw off, and put into another clean cask. Do this three or four times, allowing as many days between each changing. It does not work well in cloudy weitner,and so must be left longer. If it docs not lino well it will not keep sweat, To assist tho fining, dissolve six ounces of gelatine for each hogshead and mis.! do this previous to tho Inst change of cask. Tho quantity ot cider depends upon the .sort of apples used. Two parts sour ap ple and one part street will make good cider Now observe, let there bo no time lost in the whole process,...

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. — 7 November 1863

BIA jJlt DEMOCRAT COLUM AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TOttOH OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ELl TUB DARKENKD EARTH." TERMS: 2 00 PER ANNUM- VOL. 17. NO. 36. READING RAILROAD. OCEATTRUNtC LINE rtWM PHILADELPHIA TO iin: iNTi:noiit in' rr.NNhVi.VAMA, the kcuuyliull. bimqut.iianna ciniucit. UNO AMI Wv milNIl VALLEV3, THE NORTH. NORTHWEST AND TIIEOANADtS. PAPSI'.N'I.KIl TRAINS rem the cornpnuv's depot nt tliriteenth Mid Callow ill ttreeti, I'll I Ih J -1 ili In m Hi" following hnuri: " MnRMNI! .MAIL At P.15 A. M. fur Rending, Lebanon, llnrrlsburg, Poltsville, Pinogrove.Tumnqiin.Sunbury, Wil I l:nu port Eluilrn. Rochesti r. Manara, I'nl!.. Ilufl'.iln. Alliiitnwn, Wi'M'fbnrrc. 1'ittstoii, York, Carlltie, Chanibcrtburg, Ilngcr-town, c, 'Ibis train crmtitTti at READING: Willi Eat Tonn it'lvnnli' llnilrnad trains for Mlcntnwn, c , nnil w I III Up Libation Vnlley train for llnrrlsburg. J.r,.;nt roll I" CLINT' IN with Cntnwisn Uallrnail trains lor '.Mlki...

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. — 7 November 1863

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. BDtTHD BY tEVI L. TATEf r-ROrRtETOR BLOOMSBURG, PA. Saturday, November 7, 1S03, rOK PRESIDENT IN 18B4, GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN ( Subject to tho Dcclilon of the Democrat!: National Convention. ) Pay the Printer Wo havo transmit ted bills, by mail, during tho past fortnight, to many of our subscribers', and respect fully request them to 'remit us tho amount duo, at onco, by tho samo channel. Our expenses aro increasingly heavy to say nothing of the ovorwholming Govern ment taxation" w o aio now enjoying, all of which must be paid in Cash, and henco we appeal to tho generous justice of our customers to meet current expenses, and enable us to publish an independent journ al. Wc trust our friends will respond in that spirit of generosity and promptitudoi which has always characterized our in Icroourso as' Editor and Pitrons, N. B. Wo shall again bo compcllad as we were at, tho opening of the present vol utno, in last March, lo'crnso tho names of oil who Tvorc unreasonably ...

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. — 7 November 1863

SATURDAY MOIvNINO, NOVEMBER. 7, 1B63, M WW WWW THE PRINTER'S WANTS. Wo want CiJcr, Corn, Purapldns,Grain 3ccf, Pork, Poultry and Mouoy. "' Also, a fow loacls of Pino Wood. Tukue will bo preaching in the Baptist Churoh, in this.place, to-morrow (Sabbath) at 10 o'clock in the morning, and Oj in tlio ovening. s . . Finn. On Wednesday morning a nrc.Nath.ni iirc.ibindcr . ' . ..." I IHlll.-l VV Mllln. i . ,.. ! i...:i.i:.. .... : UroKO OUl in IIIO rout ai mu milium, uu oupicd by T. J. Thornton, as a blacksmith shop, but fortunatoly it was extinguished 'bofoio doing much damage, The two negroes, confined in ourCouu 'iy jail, for robbing tho storo of Messrs, Ifowlor and Crevcling, in Espytown, somo weeks sineo, broko out ou last Friday 'nieht. and mado their escape. Sheriff Furinan offers a reward of 820 for their npprohonsion. . i .-- Tub Allcntown Democrat of last week hoists tho namo of Gen. Geoiuje B. Mc "OlelTjENi at iho head o( its columns for President in 1604. The Stroudsburg Dem o...

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. — 7 November 1863

- .if- f .4 -1' t T ... 1 ') 'A jfarmct's (Eolumiu PACKING UUTTElt-SUGCiES. TIONSTO COUNTRY MERCHANTS, Very largo quantities of butter ore ro octvcil weekly in Now York, from country tiicrulinnts wliohavo tnkon it in liarter for good?. Purlmps ir would not be too inucli to ray tunt the majority of butter fold at tun port, for homo consumption and for (hipping, comes through these channels j From want of skill or of care in prepar iti(; it for matket, the prices usually real ized arc far less than might bo obtained. It is vray unsatisfactory to producers to read in tho published price list, ''batter 23 to 27 cents per lb," and then liavo only 1G to 20 cents ofieud in goods at tho ftoro ; and they caunct credit tho etatctnciit of the merchant that he can only get that fig ure for what ho sends to tho city. Yet such is often tho case, and for seasons which might be obviated, some of which aro indicated in tho following sugges tions : It is unjust as wdlas bad policy to pay a uniform pn...

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. — 14 November 1863

OLUM OCR AT. AND BLOOMSBUKG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR "TO HOLD AND TIUM THE TOROII OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH." TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNUM- VOL. 17. NO. 37. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1863, VOLUME 27. BIA POETRY. Tho Little People. A ilrcary place would to tills earth Were there mi little peoplo In It; Tim song of life would Inso its mlitli W ere tlicro no children In begin It. Notitlle 1'iiriin llki units In iirow, An I im.ke llmnilnilrlne lienrt surrender! No Utile Imiiils nn lireu t uii.l brow, To keep tliii tlirllllui' love-chords tender. No Inlu ulllilnnur nuns to leap No little fj.t toivnrJ tlumbcr tendinis Nn little kneo In prnyertn bend. Cur tips the swtot words lending. What would the indies do f r work, AVcre there no pants nor Jackets tearing 1 No tiny drones to "inlm I ler ! No cradle for their uatcliful caring t Vn roy h ij-s rit nintry mom. With sntcliel to the school. house hasting? No merry shouts as hom...

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. — 14 November 1863

I m mi mi edited bv i.kvi t tate, rnorntETon I BL-OOMSmjltG, PA. fenturday, November M, I8G3. ltj rt-n.i, N1M,, ( Puejoettotho Decision of the Democratic National Convention. ) A. Logan GniM , Esq., Counsellor and Attorney at Law, of Lapoilo, Sullivan co., publishes Card in this Dcmcorat. Any of our people having legal business to transact in Sitllivau will do well to em ploy Mr. Grim. No has tbo reputation of n goou Lawyer and an honest man. Hon. David It. Montgomery. This gentleman has been elected to the State Scnato by the Democratic patty, by a majoity 2,288, thus redeeming tbo Thir teenth District. Mr, Montgomery is a worthy gentleman a largo Farmer of Nortulrmbcrland sound democrat, and will mako a reliable Senator. Wo rcjoiou In his triumphant succofs, and no longer will our District bo misrepresented by a Shoddy Abolition Republican. Mr. Perry's Book Store. Our readers will find in these columns notices of Mr. Perry's Book Storo and Sta tionery House, Corner of Fourth and R...

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. — 14 November 1863

if MflPR AT! IMllUlLtiH 1 1 - SATOnDAY MOKNINO. IJOVEMBfJlt 14, 1063. jjQjr On Tuoidny morning scattering (lakes of snow fell around us, t!iu first of the season. Head tho now advertisements. tfows and information can often bo obtain ti through this channel of business. tST Tho Star in an artiolo on tho witr , , , . , f, .. ,. ,, , J acui, stw v.uu uu......u.u auLiu ui tho interest ot tlio burden at S-'j8,U7U,uu. Quiet a pile from a small county. jRiy Rev. D. J. Waller, has been icriously indisposed for tho last fow weeks. Wo are pleased to loam that ho is oon-, Talesccnt,and will soon bo ablo to officiito , , .i i, . . i in his pastotial labors again. sar Tho two negroes that broke jail a few days ago at this placo, has not yet been captured. So far thoy havo mado cood their cooapo. A reward of twenty dollars is offered by Sheriff Furman, for their arrest. -CST" Wo continuo to send letters by mail to our subscribers, enclosing bills of the amouut of their indebtedness for sub scrip...

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. — 14 November 1863

jmnncfs (Solumtu ROTATION OR CHANGE OP CROPS. A subscriber to tlio American AgricuU Hhitt, at Suniursct co., Md,, vritc3 1 ''I liavo nlout 80 acres of medium quality tillable land. Soil, a sandy loam. One half is In com IIio other halflics fal- low, with a natural growth, nuito thick and green. According to tho system ol planting prevailing in this Pot. insula, this fallow ground would bo put iu corn nest year, and tho other patt lio nut to recruit itself with its natural Growth. I find thut co much corn makes exhausting work, and I thing such a system of tillage is gradu ally impoverishing tho boil. , I tliiuk I could do better, as follows: Suppose I turn under my present fallow ground, while it is yet green; horrow it well ; drill it with wheat, and immediately after givo it a top dressing of limo. Leave enough ground, however, of this half, to sow down in oats, to make groin for my horses. Than next Spring, sow tho whole half with clover. At the same time flush up the other half,...

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. — 21 November 1863

COLUMB DEMOCRAT, AND BLOOMSBUKG GENERAL ADVERTISER LEVI L, TATE, EDITOR. VOL. 17. NO, 38. "TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB TOItOII OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TIIU DARKENED EARTH." TERMS : $2 00 PER ANNUM- BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1863, VOLUME 27. A POETRY. Ago and Youth. Pprltig was busy tu tha woo.llanJi, Climbing up from peak to peak, Ai an old mini sit ami brooded, Willi ft flush upon till check. Many yearn pressed hard upon him, And Ills living t r iiMi (1 uere ft it, And from out tho .ombro foaturo Troubles drifted into view. There I. something moves us strangely. In old rutin gray with years ; Yet thcru'a something far moro touching In an old faco ml with icarj. Ani ho at there, sadly sighing O'er his feebleness and wrongs, Though tho birds outside his window Tnlkwilof summer In their songs. Hut, behold t a rhango enmcs o'er 111 in ' Whcro ore nil his sorrows now 1 Could they leVvo his heart ns quickly As th a gloom clouds left his brow I Up the green ...

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. — 21 November 1863

EDITED BY LEVI h. TATE, MOmtETOn - ' - ' BLOOMSBURG, PA. Saturday, November 21, 1863. rOIttPtlESIDENT IN 1861, GEORGE B.M'CLELLAN ( Putiject to llio Decision of the Democratic National Convention. ) Tlio Consoription Act. Wo publish to-day the decision of tho Buprcmo Court of Pennsylvania, delivered bj Chief Juttico Walter II. Lowrie, assorting tho unconstitutionality of tho Consoription Act. Tho subject boing ono of intense intorcst, will oommond itself to tho attention of tho publio, and it will bo n gratoful relief from tho doubts and per plexities that have boon ongondored by tho enforcement of tho act, to have the enigma solved, and tho wholo matter sifted and thoroughly analyzed by a oompetent judi ml tribunal. Ot courso, tho vials of Radical wrath will ba opened upon Judges Lowrie, WooDWAnn and Thompson for expounding tho law according to their con scientious interpretation, and not in accor dance with tho wishos of a faction. Tho Philadelphia Press, as usual, is foremost in ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat And Bloomsburg General Advertiser
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