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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 21 September 1866
JOT THE CAMPAIGN. "THE TICKET, TJI13 WHOLE TICKET, AND NOTHING BUT THE TICKET." BLOOMSBURG, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1866. VOLUME I. NUMBER 1. J gpUE CAMPAIGN", fASDomooralio Shoot for tho Timos, -'Vh iksui:i) r.vnnv ritnuY, at IJ'ff noiiiHox's iicimmnu, "Onf Main Street, Hloomsbtirg, Pa., by B'f Kl'lIEN H. MILLER !fc CO. 1'. It. I.ITTLi:, HiiiTOH, to whom nil letters should bo mlitrcssctl. ' Ailyuillietiicnts Inserted nt usual lutes, C. 11. llrocktvnv. anf ATTOIlXKY.AT-r.AW, IbffltdonMiilnHlrcct, rlrst door west of tho Cmirt UtfiQfgl House. Itnlirrt V. Clsrk, ATTOIlNTA'-AT-fiAW, bmMoornor of Mnln nnd Mnrlict (streets, over Vlrt Vnflminl Itiilitr. 11. II. Mlllr, attouni:y-at-i.aw, OlBt Oh llillll Street, 111 wllltn fnitlln house, bo- low tli-3 KxilmtiKu Hotel. ttnliil U Frevxr, ATTOltNT.Y.AT-I.AW, OffleJfin lteKlstcr ntul Heenrdcr's ofttro, In the basement of thn Court House, 31. M. Trnu(;h, ATTOHN KY-AT-1. AAV, Nenr Am'rlcnn Hold, 31. H. T.'Vrllr, attouni:y-at-i,aw, t'ontmlln, Columbi...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 21 September 1866
THE CAMPAIGN. j:. Jt. uttm:, i:iiToit. llLOOMHIttMlO, nilltAY, M-.IT, 21, m, DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS, roil tiovr.HNoii, 111KSTHU CliYMl'R, or Rorks. roit c(iN(iur.HM, "WILLIAM j:iAVKLIi,or Columblit. rU HV.XATOIl, GKORGF. 1). JACKSON, of Sullivan. von itr.iinxi:xTATii:, THOMA.S- CHALFANT, of Montour. cow?;ty ticicijt. ron associatj: .n'lxir.s, lM'TKR K. HKRHUIN, of Locust, lit AM DKltlt, of .fackson. VDK 1'llOTIIONOTAKV, JI1SSU Co'lEMAN, of Orange, rott ur.msTr.u and iu:coitui:it, JOHN O. I'ltHKiK, of Rloom. l'OIl COMMIS-UO.VKU, MONTGOMERY COLE, of Sugnrloar. ron AfDiTou, JOHN HANXAN, of Conynglimn. To tho Democracy of Columbia County. Tins is tliu first unmoor of a cam paign paper, to bo issued onco a week until after tho election. Having onco had some cporlonco in conducting a Democratic newspaper, I liavo conclu ded that 1 may bo usomlly employed in editing this one. In some respects it is with pleasuro that I engage in the enterprise j for I feel that I am writing to familiar Men...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 28 September 1866
1 T ' CAMPAIGN. TJ IK TJ.OKKT, Ti l 13 YvMIOT,K TJOICMT, XD NOT I UNO- BUT THIS TIOKKT." BLOOMSHU1IG-, FJRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1866." " 2 VOLUME I, NUMBER 2. THE hi CAMPAIGN, tI'omoorr.tio Shoot for tho Timos, Jrt IfWUni) IJVKHY FMDAY, AT UOllISO.N'H nVILDINU. 6a Main Street, Rloomsburg, Pn., by "JJJJjhtkpiien ir. miller a co. J..jrv I- . LiTTLn, limron, K whom nil letters kIkhiIiI Imi nddrcaspil, tvvrtlioiinviitA Inserted nt nsuul rutin. 'faeaeiignj!! ' JfP C. II. Ilrocksi ny, Afr attohni:y-at-i.aw, o'A Main Street, flrst door west of the Court Tr Homso. a".a t. ; ; iii ttnlrtft tN Cl(irk ajjv ATOHINKY-AT-LAW, , '.Qlttr Porner of Main nil'A Market Streets, over A wt'ik Flr,t Niillininl flAiV. ,imwi " ' ' k. It. I.ltllp. ATTOVNKY-AT-LAW, OI1i on Main Htrnet, lu whltn frump house, bp jjjjl' ' low tlm IixchaiiKO Holvl. John W. Preex, ATTOWN i; Y-AT-LA w, (lVvum ui luvjiswr niiii iwsmruer oiuec, 111 um ' hnaumnirt of tlm Court Homo. Otf'.T ... ., Mi M. Trnngli, ATTOKNllY-AT-LAW, Niww Am...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 28 September 1866
THE CAMPAIGN. 1 It. I.1TTM1, l'MTOK. ltUlOMSnullO, t-'UMAY, HK1T. 21, ISM, .T -DEISOORATIO NOMINATIONS. for oovr.uNon, 1IIESTEU CLYMEIt, of Berks. i ,, TOH CONOItlVW, WILLIAM EIAVELL, of Columbia. mi '- ' Fon RKKATOn, GEOttQE 1).-JACKSON, of Sullivan, fen ron m I'liivflU ntat i v u, ' THOMAS CHALFANT, of Montour. "' COUNTY TICKET. , FOR ASSOCIATF. judoi'., PETER K. I1EHBEIN, ofXocust, ; IKAM DEim, of Jackson. FOTl FUOTltOKOTAKV, JESSE COLEMAN, of Orange, iin nnaisTKn and uuconniui, JOHN Q. FREEZE, of Bloom. 41 FOU COMMtS9IONF.lt. . MONTGOMERY COLE, of Sugarloaf. " FOll AUDITOU, T JOHN IIANNAN, of Conyngham. Domocratio Meetings Will 1)0 held la Columbia County at tlio following designated time anil places : Itbmtsiiuiic), Friday evening, Septem ber 28. MiFFMWti.T.n, Friday evening, Sep ''tcmber 23. 'BLooMsiuina, Saturday ovcnitig, Sep ' ', tember 29. 'Benton, Monday afternoon, October 1. Mo.sTOOn, Dlctterlch School-house,- ' Monday cvonlng, October 1. . Kspvtown, Tuesday evening, Oct...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 5 October 1866
Ill C - ,' V A ' 7" 1 Ti-iia ticket, the whole! tiokbt, anj nothing but Tins ticket." BLOOMSBU11G, FltlDAY, OCTOBEll 5, 1866. NUMBER 3. s VOLUME I. "'JR. ISHE CAMPAIGN, im ifnui: r.vr.iiY ruiim-, at ,notaisO:N ,nuir,5iN'(l, jOn Main Street, llloomsbiirg, l'n., by i HTEPIIEN If. MILLER t CO. J' r- MTTI.E. Kditob, ' ii Whom nil letter ulimilrt he nddred. (,f'.)etTfrllemont, Iniorled nt uiml ruto-. rTKOSPECTUS. ' Tut noccsidty liiw nrlnon for n pemocrallo New- piwrat Illooimburg which nlmll ".upport thnenn- , ilIutHot th party, and oppose disorganisation ,'.w auij treachery In Its rank, ltecognlzlui; thin lie- frnltjr, and desirous of upholding thnl KlorloiiB .w bf Democratic Government to which the DToilo of Columlila County havo heen so lone; nml o faithfully devoted, n number of Democrntlo 4 " ritlilui lmvo contributed the fundi required for tu f. ( swUblUhlng uch Nnmipaper upon n polld foun dation, which liall lmmro Its continuance and Vw? naefulnoM, and have authorized HTEt'Iir.N ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 5 October 1866
TJLIE CAMPAIGN. r.. it. mtti.i:, KtHTon. lit,oo.MKiirn(i, riiitiAY, otr. r, m, THE SECRETS OF THE CONSPIRACY. MUm) 13 11 WtLL OUT. Tato, Jacoby, and Doctor John Work ing Togotbor. J (icoby to Print tho Regular Republi can .Tickot with Tate's Namo Added, and Doctor John to Send Thorn Out with tho Tickotn ho Prints Ilimsolf. Doctor Jiihn In I'llut tiie Drmocrntli Tick tt Willi .M-rcur' N'nmu Kitl.st II 11 14 il fur JmtKr IHiu'lTn, nlut Tiilt Th'nmu MilullLil for Ciip(nlll Clinlrnlil', mill to Sclltl Tllrm Out lllll tliv Kcgulnr llntllcnl Tit k. eta (lint lit. I'iIiiIb r.mt Thorn; Prlnletl li-Jacoby, trltli Tnlr'i Nniuu Atlilul. fATE MAKING WAIt ITOX TJIK DEM OCUATIC PARTY. Tho Bolters to Trade Judge Elwell for Mercur and Tato. Tho Circular of Samuel Knorr, Esq., lato Oolonel of a Negro Reghnont, and now Chairman of tho Eo publican Standing Oom mitto of Columbia County. The following circular was printed tit tho olllco of tho Columbia County Ro miblicnu. unci sent out hv Diwinr Jnim al...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 12 October 1866
--'-'q-PMMMMW,IWIJI I in 'II "TINS TICKET, TirJ3 WHOLE TICKET, AND NOTHING J3UT THE TICKET." . K.ri!A met - , ... -J'.-i t. - jhi '-.' . . ; " . "Km 4 VOLUME I. Tho Beauty of Old Ago( 1 Ot"f EN think each (rtllrrlrtB fiirin, That limps uloim III life's decline, Onco bore n heart as yuuni,',.ns w.u in, As full of Iilln faults in mini-1 All t (vi"li Inn had lt dream of Joy, IU own unequalled, pure romance; Cjininencliu when llio blushlm; boy I'lrst thrilled at tovcly wom-m's Rhinco. Anit cash could li-ll lil Inlc of youtli, VtVouM think Us not'iii'1 of love t'vliira iort' pin ilon, more tiiiem lily truth Vrh.in nny Ulo before or'sluce, Yp.iI thry could It'll of tender lays, At mldnlulil penned In classic shades, sotfay more bright thin modern days .4 And luilds more, fair than luaJern maids. Of wlilsperi In n wllllnj cnr i Of kl04 on a lililthliu plu-ok j liicli kl, mich wltNiwr far ton iloar Vour lU hl.'rn lips tn Rtvo or spoil!;, 'Of p'vulou to imtlni'ly crottL'tl f Of pmlom nllslit...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The campaign. — 12 October 1866
muLM1" 1 " vim. " "'I is THE CAMPAIGN, E. It. LITTLE, EDITOR, DLOOM8DUUO, FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1800, Valedictory. This Is tho last mtirrbcr of the Cam X'jucik, nnd tho alitor retires front lt management with tho consciousness that ho has performed his duty to his party during tho canvnssj-lnsuppcrrtiiig all of Its regular candidates,-nm!" oppos ing tho disorganization and treachery which were attempted in this county by r few men who had" been' truutcd Rnd favored by It. "When our sheet was thrown out to tho public thero was no newspaper In tho eounty which sup ported tho wholo ticket, or whoso' col umns could bo used for such purpose Our two newspapers had sold out to the enemy, and tho men connected with tho Democrat and Star In particular, were In constant Intcrcoursoaud consultation with tho editor of tho Republican or gan about political matters, nnd plot ting tho disruption and defeat of our party. Wo camo into tho' editorial arena upon tho necessities of tho ocrav nloii, and as a...