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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 3 June 1868

BLOOM m. DEMOCRAT BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1868. NUMBER 15. VOL. XXXII. SB QREAT CLEARING OVT KALIS TO NAKB ROOM FOB TUB NEW 10WN HALL, lo be erected ttit cornet of Mala ll Market Sle, L. T. SHARPLESS ' Now oBr fur Cub or Beady Pay French VfeRiMnea ii a eta BLACK ALPACAS at 09 and U ell. AMEBH.'AN MEKINUEB el40eU. riailRBD POPI.INB M OS do. wank Mcll. ALL TUB ABOVB hum N to W per cent, below the regolnr prtcee. 'CALICOES from II eta. to ISi far (Mil. DIKC'tlTHl BBOWN MU8LIN8W to IB etc beet. GOOD bleached (Ml browa Muellne M 181. All wool Caceiarereo at 11.00 10 Bl.tll 4 ty.TS. Hoop Shirre, Coreete. aotloae low dowat ia in a uAra ai Bargain. BOOTH BHOBB for Men. Womea It Cbildran M irmly reduced prleee. ( ae IntGeitera anoec yourcnotc. at iiw worw 9.9(1. One lot Ladlee' Olove.kid Belmorale aad tiaitere lit BUB, worth ). Cot, Teai, Sugart and Syrup. The balance of our Mock comprleing til kinde of OiJODtf. C'ABPBTB meal proportloeebly low prtcee. country produce wantea. uw ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 3 June 1868

nn. 11. jac'oiiy, Kiiiioim : . i -xi; . .;. TTKDXKSPAYjjJUXK jj, IF (', BEEN BACKS ARB 0 OOP KNOW II TO i-AY THK FA KM Kit, TIIF, MECHANIC. TIIK LAIIORKIt, TIM-: M KKCHANT, THK HOLIHKU. AN D TIIK KOLDIKK'S WIDOW WHO PAY TAXES, THKY AltK GOOD KN'OUfifl TO PAY TIIK BONMIOLD ER WHO PAYS NO TAXKS.-i-W emtio Doctrine. ,. .. -; Deninttic Mate Tick. VCB AUIUTOR OENEBAL, HOX. CHARLES E. BOYLE, OF FAVKTTE COUKTIf. FOR SURVEVOR GENERAL, GUN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, ' OF COLUMBIA COUNTY. Cull Tor tlic Rational Democrat ic Convention. The Nation Democratic Coumiittco, by virtuo of tho authority cnl'orccd upon them by the last National Democratic Convention at a meting held this dny at Wttsthiugton, 1). C, voted to hold tho next Convention for (ho purposo of noininatinf? candidates for president and Vice-President of tho United States on tho 4th day of July, 1808, at 12 o'clock ii., in tho City of Now York. Tho basin ot representation, ad flscd b the last National Democratic Convention, ia double th...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 3 June 1868

gloomstmvg ?cmocvat. Wcdnetiday, Juno 8, 1SCH. tSf Ckhtikicatks of Seliolarnhlp on Pbiludclpliia College for pulo nt thin ofiloo. Ir Tins ttudcnts of (ho Uloontburg In etituto hold a Pic Nio in tho grovo on tho nouth kido of (he river on Saturday lust. ... t m . gJSf Wasted I several cord of wood on Bubttriptinii to tbo Dkmochat. Wo rouHt havo Bomo wood to cook our potatoes, pork and bean?. IIuvo got tired carrying wood ! Iffi Wade-mi, Doctor? Not muchly. WaAe-out t Worse, not likely to ect in. Worstest, tliu Doctor in tho cold. Mora), weighed and found wonting. fjurtuia fulls, WSJ" Isaac S. Kuiin is putting in an iron front in tho brick building on Main htrcot known an tho "Maus proporty."' Iho in terior part of tho houfo is being changed into Ktoro rooms. - . . . . . IfirTliK School for Soldiers' Orphan?, 'it Orangcvillu, has been diwoiitinuod, and the scholars distributed atiioiti; tho several ncbools of like character in tho counties of Cumberland, Lancaster,' Luzerne and Ly com...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 3 June 1868

AQMCULTroRAL; Valuable Hints. Wrrrwa Brick. Very few poople, even building, are aware of the advantago of wotting brick before laying them, or if aware of it, thoy two ofton negloet to proc tico itT A wall twelve incbor thick,' boil t of good mortar and bricks well soaked is strong er than ono sixteen inches thick built dry. The reason of this if, that if the bricks are well saturated with water, thoy will not ab stract from the mortar the moisture neces sary to its erystalization ; and, on tho con trary, they will unite chemically, and be come solid as a rook. On the other hand, if the brioks are put up dry, thoy immedi ately take up all the moisture from the mor tar, leaving it to dry and hardoncd and the conscquonco is, that when a building of this description is taken down, or tumblos down of its own accord, tho mortar from it b like so much sand- Potatoes. Tho high price of potatoes, which have become so important an article of food, should induce farmers to plant largely , of ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 10 June 1868

.Mtu-tr-oa. ol . ,K'iMl''t nil dii.ii'f ...(. I lrrr; -.1 nt ,. a -i. Lil ' a. J b-.ii. ail -ll,4 ..i ' I. Hi IUK'K'I" r. f i-i.. I 'n a,.illl-a'. Mia-1;. y. r-min i a irm"t i u"0 iini"l hit f ...I... . .1 4 aall.ll..a vllaMi.f. ni "I imiIi 1 OFF! ERS OV CMiUMBAA VO. lVoth'jr nd Ol'k of Ooi)tt JMit iCblomi ikgUtCT Mid HoMrJoc JobnO Fimm.. i ..ii. .,i -"i- i.i'f John Fk ltTPrtc'". voDiunsnuncrs j raonwoniory voilh i.ri ., fin i i;ru'. lltimd xeagor, , Bbcnff Mordooai MillftW. " " VnoBiimiwlaAnK Vnh 1U ...l.f. Wtt.kMV9l'tl lt AudUoni-UohnPl!fnbl!',",",, - ... I T 1. .iifiilwiiil bommi8softer'H CIurk-Tful, Kriabiuiu'. . UoinuiiiHDer' Attorney--K. II. Little. " Mercantile Apprajucr V. II. Jcoby.' ' County 8urvoyor--IiM, A. Dowitt - vumm Mmntf JUiton W. iTtni&n; CoronjVjUuvJ.IAelp4f a itIA tounly Pupcnntendcnt tha U. Uarklcy, AMcsor lDtcrnaLUcsoBua Jl. tr. Uark. "fMhThomag, AwlstAQt A&moT &.li. Dieuior,. i . i ., i : , - ! . j Dimicl Mcllenryi Collector Bcnjpmlu F, llattum. I...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 10 June 1868

WM. II. JACOBY, Editor 3 WEDNESDAY, JUNuflO,si8(J8; vvtiapitm iniHT IK GREENBACKS AR18 ' GOOD ENOUGH TO tY TUB FARMER, THE MECHANIC. THB LABORER; THE MERCHANT, THE SOLDIER AND THE SOLDIER'S WIDOW WHO PAY TAXES, THEY ARE GOOD ENOUGH TO PAY THE BONDHOLD- "Ifemirtratl Mf HcKirTOhlo; HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, ,., -1 OK FAY.KTVE OUU1ITV. '' ' ,','fob erBVEfbB oBsritBAt,".' r, , '''"'(TBN.-'WELilNaiON II. ENT, . Of COLOMBIA COUNTV. ' ., Call tar Use ivailanal Democrat- .ri.l.:. . ic Cvavcntlon.' .:. . -i Tbo National Democratic Committee, by virtue of t bo authority ooforoed upon (mb by the last National Democratic Convention t a meting held this day at Washington, IM'.; voted to hold the' next Convention lor the purpose iof 'nominating candidates for president and Yioe-Pretidcnt of the United States on the 4th day of July, 1868, at 12 o'clock v., in the City of New York. The basis ot representation, pi fixed by the last National Democratic Convention, fa double the number of Sonators and Re...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 10 June 1868

1 Wednesday, June 19', 1868. :,'ier Wtlove Tor sale, several "Scholar ships" on Philadelphia CWinoroial. Col lege .? - ... war HON., U. It, IttrcKALKW has- our thanks fbr. Copies, of , the (Sorigreuioual TuvDr..MOCKAT is a little belated this week on account of the late arrival of our lat lot of paper. i.. t ,, i. . .1 ,.,MpJotAU FcttvAN has. been ap pointed collector 0f State and County taxes IVr 18C3,'in BloowWhshlp, . ,, : .,' ' ! .ajn Wsarc pleased to notice -that the Colutnhian bm runup the Democratic tick 's, at itf uiast-hcad. . That's right, I ; r... -n:- " ' ' ' vl(,11Vnp aaid he had not seen D. A. Beckley's large stock ; of summer boots and shoes ? That 'person had hetier'flrj at once fend purohaso liim'or horsclf a find pair. Ihn has , decidedly the beat stock ever brought i to ibis townor else reports are Hot correct,!, Give him a calL . . n-l to Thi attention of (til those Interested is directed to the notice puplished in another column relative to the payment of the la...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 10 June 1868

AGRICULTURAL. PoutTBT.-A'puiltHfttolod iarrly Id tho spring Jbegiai jo laV tithe ipproacti ojf.wtn tor, and pullota liat;tei.latb in Ae gnmmor begins to W 18 Wof -4iAWhit rlnWd it is by savin; a certain: properttop of pullota fiouTtne early and fate broods that'yoa'mue arc t winter exgsj a few early batched cWcltonsfor catching &V ' highest market,. ana auoicrous nook or euiokeui dn the warm moths when rearing ia moat precarious. Tho hen continues in her prime for two, and at most, three years, therefore; safe every year pullets equal to, ' third of your brood stock, selling off at a trifling price the satne' Dumber of aged hens, or offering .them up in a stowed dish or ttoU baked pie. How ever, I have no scruples about keeping a heavy, symetrioally made, 'splendidly feath ered "parlet" for four years, for the sake of her stock Many farmers grumble about their poultry,' from not paying -attention to such a simple matter at their noPlooking 1 ' i '' ' -'-I It' - ' . over their br...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 17 June 1868

4 nrjBurayyJ. i Maya) BLOOMSBURG, PA.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1868. NUMBER '17. VOL. XXXII. BLOOMSJB M Jilt' r -ty?. rrta OFFICER8 OF COIXMI11A CO. President Judge Hon. William Elwell. Adjudges- lfeteierl0:n. lVoth'y and OTk of Coiwls-i-Jcn.so Coloman Jlegisteraud Itecordor John- (j. rrocze. (John F. Fowlor, ' .Montgomery Colo. Tuvi d Ycagcr, Wicrifl Mordeem Mrllnrd. Treasurer Jadob Yohef ( L. 9 Rupert, -Auditors John P. Ifunnon. , (Jacob Hid rig. Jpommissioiier's Clerk Wm. Krickbnnm. Vaniniissioncr'a Attorney K. H. Little. .Mercantile Appraiser W. II. Jaeoby. I'ounty Surveyor Isaac A. Dowitt .Diatriot Attronoy Milton M. Trough. .Coroner William J. Ike or. County Superintendent Chan. G. Barkley, Assesor internal ivovenuo u. v. uark. ( John Thomas, Assistant Assessor 8. B. Diemer, I Dnniel McHonry. Collector Benjamin F. Hartraan. Bloomibarg Literary Inatltute. BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CARVER, A. M., Principal and ifopriotor, Professor of Philosophy, Ac. Mini Snrnli A. f!arvir. Precen...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 17 June 1868

Will. II. J ICOItY.Kdltor. WEDNESDAY, JUNE If, 1308" i 'flTn m s RlT'jutiTo IFod ENOUGH TO i-AY THE FARMER, THE MECHANIC, THE LABORER, THE NEKCHANT, THE SOLDIER, AND THE SOLDIER'S WIDOW WHO 1'AY TAXES. TIIEY ARE GOOD KNOUOII TO l'AY THE RONDIIOLD Kll WHO PAYS NO TAXES.-2cio-cm tic Doctrine. Democratic Mate Ticket. FCII AtTDITOB GENERAL, HON. CHARLES E. ROYLE, OP FA YBTTB 'COUNTY. FOB KCKVKYOn'uKSEHAL, GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, PF COLUMOIA COUNTY. Call for the National Democrat ic Convention. Tlio National Democratic Committee, ly virtue of the authority enforced upon tlicm ly the last National Democratic Convention nt ft meting hcM thin day at Washington, )) C, voted to hold tho next Convention lor tbu purpose of nominatins candidates fir president and Yico-PrcMilent Jof tlio United States on the 4th day of July, 1808, at 12 o'clock M. , in the City of New York. The bn"is ot representation, as fixed by the last National Democratic Convention, is double tho number of Senators and Repr...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 17 June 1868

j -ii ...j i j -j)1-1. . . - .. 1 'j tiff" Tliut load of wpod we asked fur last week lis uot jot bocn'dlivurod. r-r- 1ST A few lusliuln 6f potatoes wilt bo taken St this office on Butscriptioa to this Democrat , iTiiK,'LycominR XJounty Fair will lie , Lold on the 22d, 23d, and 24th of Septem ' her next, at Williunisfioit, 't&r Mkwjhu. MAncimANK and Makr liavo each put up, iit front of their Stoma, 'new and tastefully arranged awning. KThi plaeo to buy tood merchandise i at BrowkrV Store, Bloouinlmrg The , people of this town and county know where to get tbenp goods. . . tfjj 1). A. Bp.cklky U not to bo outdone iu tbo shoo line. Ho manages well to keep hi stock tip and hU prices down. Header, annul, your iiiturests, and givo tho "Key stone Boot and Shoe Storo" a call. JsarTiiE "Old Street Sprinkler" was brought outJgrt week and put iu operation ou Muiu Street, under contract to wet this Street when needing it, till tbo 1st of Octo ber next. Geo. lteixwick is the contractor. He do...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 17 June 1868

AGRICULTURAL Tub Toll Evil. Some persons regard tbe poll evil as boaroWe. It utomotimes talrwl futuli. No matter bow long the snro )m been running it coo be ouroil in a brief time, and at a cost not exceeding ten oents. One dime sont in muriatio acid will be sufficient to effect radical and permanont cure of the moat stubborn fistula. Tbe tore should bo first thoroughly cleansed by some abstorgont fluid, and Ibr this purposo water is perhaps as valuablo as anything can le used, and drop eight or ten drops of the acid in twice a day till it has the appearance of a fresh wound ; then wash it clean with eoap suds mado of Castile soap, and leave it to heal, which it will speedily do if the acid has been used long enough. Should it, however, heal slowly, apply this a second time, and, in the manner abovo described, taking care to wash out the pipe thoroughly, and it will be found an infallible remedy in the iuo.it iuvotcrato diseases of this sort; but it must be remembered that in order ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 24 June 1868

-. ...... -r?,..-vr:f',. "?-rrkWVW7 n:.:..v.iy , . , BLOOM SB U KG OCRAT pes ir ir7iiiir u 1 Wffimamm a i Vi ivy 8 VOL. XXXII. OFFICERS OF COLUMBIA CO. President Judge Hon. William Elwell. Associate Judges- ) SSjgHoAoil. Froth'y nnd CTk of Courts Jesse Coleman. itegistcr una ltccoruer Jolin tr. I'rceze. John F. Fowler, Montgomery Colo. David Y eager, Sheriff Mordecni Millard. Treasurer Jacob Yolie. ( L. B Rupert, Auditors John P. Ilannon. (Jacob Harris, Commissioner's Clerk Wm. Kriekbaum, Commissioner's Attorney'. II. Little. Mcrcuntilo Appraiser W. If. Jacoby. County Surveyor Isaac A. Dewitt District Attroucy Milton M. Traugh. Coroner William J. lkeler. County Superintendent Chan. G. Bnrkloy, Asscsors internal Itevenue it. r. Uurk. John Thomas, Assistant Assessor -J S. B. ieiner, I Daniel Mcllonry. Collector Benjamin F. llartmuii. Dloonilui' Literary Innllfutc BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CAKV.HU, A. M., Principal nnd .Proprietor, Professor of Philosophy, &o. Miss Surah A. Carve...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 24 June 1868

H'M. II. J At Oil V, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JUNE , 18C8.' IF OREKNBACKS AUK OOOD KNOUOH TO i'AV THE FARMER, THE MECHANIC. THE LABORER, THE MERCHANT. THE SOLDIER. AND THE SOLDIER'S WIDOW WnO l'AY TAXES, THEY ARE OOOD ENOUGH TO VY THE T10NDIIOLD KR WHO PAYS NO TAXES.-Amo-cratic Doctrine. JL i I Democratic State Ticket. tCH AUDITOR tlKXEIUI.. HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, OP FAVETTG COU.VTV. VQtl tiCBVEVOIl (JK.NEIIAL, UEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, tip COLUMBIA COUNTY'. Call lor the Xntlwiml Democrat ic Convention. The National Democratic Committee, ty virtue of th authority enforced upoa tliciu by the lust National Democratic Convention at meting hcM this day at Washington, J). C, voted to holil tlio next Convention Ut the )iirjiu-o of noniinatim? candidates Tor jtrosidont and Viee-l'roi Jenf- Jof the United States on the 4th day of duly, 180, at 12 o'clock m., in the City of New York. The basis ot rcjirescntalion, as fixed by the last National J temocratic Convention, w doublt! the number of Senator...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 24 June 1868

AJCULTUKA Worms In Horses. , Thero aro two kinds of worms that in habit mtottiucH tho long wliito worms which couaiJoraLly roscmbles tho earth worm, except in color, and a sraullor, dark er colored worm called tho neodlo worm. Tho formor inhabits tho snmllfir intnHtinos. They sometimes prevail in such numbers as to affect the appetite, produce coughs, gripes and other uilmonts, but aro generally not so hurtrull as commonly supposed. A good doso of physio is perhaps as good as anything to cast them out of the intestines. Wo havo seen an incredible number voided under the operation of physio. Tho best niedicino to physio 4 horse is, four to seven drachms of Barbadoes aloes, mixed with a drachm of ginger, to prevent griping, and formed into a ball.' This will notinjuro the horse, and is an excellent pnrgativc. But, beforo administering tho ball the horse must bo prepared for tho medicine. Warm bran liiashcs should bo given two or threo days beforehand, or long enough to soften tho evac...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 24 June 1868

Wednrvtlay, June 34, I81W. MMKMMMMMMI.I..I " NOTICE. . After tLo 20ili of August next wo will not tend out the Democrat to any of our eub cribon who have not paid their sulwcrip tions. All the maUiriol unod la cash in advance ; beside." all tho labor we employ wpuid;forlncath fuitii performed., When a nubseription bnnK over a yeur, the little profit we would have upon it, if paid in ad vaneo, is lost. It in lost iu this way : We have invented that money in umtorial and labor atid laid a year out of it, thus, losing tho uo of the cost of paper, besides tho urnaU fractional profit. On one tmbsoription the profit would be miiuII, but in the aggre gate, (say two thousand subscriber) it would amount to a Bimg sum of money to tho edi tor. Those iu arrears will please heed this notice, and attend to their subscriptions iu time. ftgr We notice that the Snyder County Tribune iu in favor of the ro-nomination of Mr. Buekalcw as United States Bonator. Fbank Leslie's Magazine fur June is here, l...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 1 July 1868

Otis .jili;r"' it !i.-.r. ,:.!;- ) w 1,1.1 ti'-i . ; l I' M ' ' ' '.I ... iitui t .,: i VolTxxxil v BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY . 1, 1868. NUJVIBER 19. , ' ... . ' .', . .1-. . D A M VU (O D , D fl i T- W'Yi - J,; ! n n v LP AV 1 1 f' " ; ir ;U L1 lb FV M K W hf, I IrV II IT f T i ma m a . . t - u,. n m . ,.u . m ami . w amr " h - mm -ji-i i ,.f W f A FFIC'EUS OF Mm. csidcnt Jyr yA vMer John w. rcott,W r John F. Fowler, , acru Montgomery Colo, tm ,iordocni Millard. i. . ir.".v"."v"v'i .'... isurer .Jacob i oho. ", ( J;, li JlUtXTt, Jolin P. IUnnon. ' I Jacob Hairid. ' '' '"!'' ViTntnirtftinnpr'ii Aftnrnnv M. If l.itfl. Mercantile Appraiser W. it jcoby. : District Attroncy Milton M. Trough. Coroner William J. Ilteler. - - County Superintendent Chan. 0. Barklcy, AsHCsor Intortml Kovenue It F. Clark. , , ( Jolin Thoman, Aiisuitant Assessor S. It. Dicmer, I Dnntcl .Melleury. Collector Bfinjam'tn F. JIartnian. BloonmburK Literary Inlltate. HOAKD OF iNsmiirrnnv. 1IEN11Y CAUVKH, A. M....

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 1 July 1868

Witf. II. JACOIIY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1808. Democratic State Ticket. res al'iutok oenkral, ... .... .HON. CHARLES K. BOYLE, ' Ol? FAYETTE COUNTT. FOB 81'ttVEVOn GENERAL, GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, or COLUMBIA 30VK7T. Call for the National Democrat ic Convention. ' The Notional Dcraocnitio Committee, by virtue of tho aMhority enforoert npon them ly the lust National DetnocnticCouvention ut a moling held this day tt Washington, J). C, voted to hold tho ncyt Convention ' lor the purpoBO of nominating candidates lor president and Vico-llrotidont Jof .he United States on the 4th duy of July, 1868, at 12 o'clock m., in tho City of 5iew I oris. Th basis ot representation, as feed by tho last National Democratic Convention, as loublo the number of Senators and Bepre wtitmives in Congress of each State under the laxt apportinoment. Kach State is invited to send delegates accordingly. , . Aroi-sT Belmont, Chairman. FiiEimirK O. Piunck, Secretary. Washington, February 22, 1868. Candidates...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 1 July 1868

i iir-i l "' -.i.-.-'llw " W"1"11"" , ..). . - , . .j . . i. iniin 1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' '" r-")': rij 4. Hi n ip. in niiii "i aemeiteajaWalMMMW f 1 Wc.1iiei.dajr, July 1, !. NOTICE. , After tin 20th of August next we will not tend out tlo Democrat to any of our nub kcribcri wbo have not ptid their lubscrip tlons. All tho material UK&d is cash in dvunee ; besides nil the labor we employ in paid, for in cah aa it is performed. When a subscription liunga over a year, the little prolit we would buvc upon it, if paid in ad vance, in lost. It is lost in this way : We ' have invented that money in material and labor nnd luid a year out of it, thus losing tho neo of the coBt qf paper, besides the small fractional profit. On one subscription the prolit would be Ktiiall, but in tho aggre gate, (say two thousand subscribers) it would amount to a snug sum of money to the edi tor. Those in arrears will please heed this notice, and attend to their subscriptions in time. f& Ishakl P. Hkatii, of J...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 1 July 1868

! - Wberc to Locate. T We Amoricnrig, or at loast tome o'f tt are rathor uusettleil la our choice tof loca tioo. If there is a spot in tlio Urnlcd State I or any of its Territories where money can be aocuuimulated faster or with lost labor 4 thaD whoro we aro domicilii), we want to find it. The natter of pulling np (stakes Ss a irniall item of comtiduration, but wliore to replant them to the beat advantage iathe all absorbing inquiry. Some ''look before they leap," but this is not tho "rolling pat- moo" with all of us. Young America is inspired with such a passion of go-a-hoad- ativenoss that the leap is taken first and the looking afterwards. . In looking fur a location, the purpose of your business or calling should be tho first consideration. If you aro a merchant or mechanic, select a city, town or neighbor 1iood whero there is an appearance of en ergy, cnterprizo and niprovemcnt,8urround cd with good land well cultivated. If you locate there and make the best ue of your time, t...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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