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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 8 July 1868

I Btiiisiiiii: 1 democrat VOL XXXII. BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1868. iiir-.-.J in ft f '.'';f'i'i ; 11 jl.'ll,, i.J f ...:. i NUMBER 20. OFFICERS OF IOLIMBIA CO. President Jiidgo Hon. William KIwcll. Associate Judges- J J,1 . . ": . 8 I Potcr K. Herbein. Proth'y and Cl'k of Courts Jesse Coleman. Register and Recorder John 0. Freeze. '.' John F. Fowler. 1 Commissioners Montgomery Cole. . ( Dnvid Yoagor, -Sheriff Mordccai Millard. Treasurer Jacob Yohc. 1KB Rupert, Auditors John P. lliinnon. ., , ' : (Jacob Hairis. Commissioner's Clerk Wm. Krickbanm. ' Vnnuiissioner's Attorney E. II. little. Mercantile Appraiser W. If. Jacob. '-County Surveyor Isaac A. Dewitt District Attroney Milton M. Truugli. Coroner William J. Ikclur. 'County Superintendent Chits. G. Bitrkley, Assesors Internal Revenue H. F. Clark. ( John Thomas, Assistant Assessor 8. B. Dicincr, I Daniel McIIonry. Collector Benjamin F. Ilartman. llloomahurit Mfi-rury Inxiltutc. It AK 1) ( )F INSTRUCTION. .IIEXltY CARVER,...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 8 July 1868

HM. II. JACOIIY, lttltor. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1808. Democrat te SCa( Ticket. KCB AUDITOR IIKNKRAI,, HON. CHARLES K DOYLE, ', Of ITAYBTTB UOUNTY. FOB, SXIIVKVOH (IKNKHAL, GEN. WELLINGTON II. EM, OV COLUMBIA UNTV. COUNTY CONVENTION. Tlio Domocrutic voteas of tho several i-. i. ..........,.,. ,.l I fn inner, fit the usual ulaoo of holding tho riKirif.iH in IjUiuiiiuiu uuuiiiv iiiu iviiuuimu i general elections, on Saturday, the 1st day of August, ItSOS, between the hours of thrco o'clock in the afternoon and seven o'elock in the afternoon, of that day. and elect bv lallot two persons to represent the District in a County Convention to bo held at the Court, Houso in Ulooinsbure. on Monday. August 3d, at 12 o'clock noon, to select two Congressional Conferees to meet similar conferees from tho other counties of the Dis trict, to nominate a candidate lor Congress ; two Representative Conferees to meet simi lar coutcrccs from tho other county in tho District, to nominate a candidate tor Mem ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 8 July 1868

- Wednesday, Jnly 8,. I8G8. ' ' ' ' KOTICE.' After the 20th of August next we will not eend out tho Democrat to any of our sub , pcribers wlio lmvo not paid .their subscrip ' tions. All tho material used U cash in , advance ; besides all tho lubor wo employ . ia paid. for in cash as it is performed. When st subscription hangs over a year, the little . profit wo would hare upon it, if paid in ad vnn'ce, is lot. It is lost in this way : We hare invented that' money in material and labor and laid a year out of it, thus losing ' ttho two of the cost of papor,; besides tho J 'n o ! 't 1 tii. A ,.'' .1 aninu irnciioiiai pruiu. un one sauscrijinon the profit would be small, but in the nggre - gate, (soy 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.' " ,'t '' '-' tGF Ik "JuKtiuo" insist on it, wo will ivo him space in our next on tho Logi.-ila-tive question. Jlis stri...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 8 July 1868

"Wash Kor lii n.i)i.(is.-If propporlc np lid, whitewash is one or tho most unofufl articles in tho world, as it not only prevents the decay of wood, lut promotes tho health fulness of all buildings. Fences and out luilding, if not painted, should bo supplied as ofion us oneo or twivo a your with u good cout of whitewash. Wo find in the Clienii oil Untitle, tho i'ullowintf receipt for a good 'n liitcwu."h or a wash of difTurent colors: 'Take a clean, watertight burrel or othur suitable cask, and put into it half u bushel of limo. flack it by pouring wutcr over it, boiling hot, and In sufficient quantity to cov er it fivo initios deep, and stir it briskly till thoroughly slacked. When tho slueking has been e Hue ted, dissolvo in water and aid .two pounds of sulphato of zinc and ene of common salt. Theso will cause the wash to harden, and prevent its cracking, which gives an unseemly appearance to tho work. If desiradble, a beautiful cream color may be communicated to tho above wash, b...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 15 July 1868

Btoolli 1DQ n.Y II x- JJL BLOOMSBURG, PA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,. 1808. NUMBER 21. VOL. XXXII. l is PUBLISHED KV Eliy WEDNESDAY IS HLOOMSHUHU, PA., HY iyii,M a?iso ii. J.itonv. TERMS, ?2 (10 In mlvoiiM. lfnnl.olil wilkln BIX MONTHS. S rent, additional will Iwi anpd. ICf Nopupor illcnntiimed until all ti Hrngna am paid oiccpt at tlio option of the editor. KATES OP ADVERTISING. Ill LIKf CONKTITDTB ItlDAM. Onepqitara ni or ilmin Iniwrilnnn -; " Every qubicquont inturliuii lf h than 13 oO ma. 1m. '-' 3m. Cm. 1. Ono finarft, Two square, Tlirm " Pour nqunroi, Jliilfrolmnii, One column. COO .100 4.00 (1.00 10,110 a.oo a.oo o.oii o,on h.ihi 8,00 7.00 S,50 1",W IH.IKI ll.l'O 8.CO lO.llo 14.110 SHOO 10.00 I9.IHI Hon isiki :iooo IJ.oO Ih Oil 3ll.U0 W OO (111,01) r.xiTiitnr'ii and Admlniatrator'i Nnlicil. noil Jurl itor'n Nnlico !i,.'iO OHic-r ailvortijcnii-nts litucrti-d nccoriling toapcciiil conlrir.t. lliiniiicm otimi, without nilvorliioiiioiit, twenty, cent prr linn. Trnnnlnnt dvrtlniinta pny...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 15 July 1868

HJI. II. JACOBY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1808..' Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, HOKATIO SEYMOUR, OP NEW YORK, f'Olt VICE PRESIDENT, FRANCIS P. BLAIR, JK., OF M1S801'RI. Ifrntocratlc State Ticket. . FCB AUDITOR GENERAL, HON. CUARLES E. BOYLE, OP FAVBTTB COUNTY. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, (JEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, OF COLUMBIA JOUNTV. COVA'TY t'OXTEVTIOK. Tbo Democratic voters of the several Districts in Columbia county urn requested to nicct nt. tho usual place of holding the fnnerul elections, on Saturday, the 1st day of August, 1808, bet ween the hours of thrco o'douk in tho afternoon and seven o'clock in the afternoon, of that day, und elect by ballot two persons to represent the District in a County Convention to bo held nt the Court Houw in Bloom-hiir?, on Monday, August 3d, at 11' o'clock noon, to select two Congressional Conferees to meet similar conferees from the other counties of the Dis trict, to nominate a cunriidato lor Congress; two Representative "Conferees t...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 15 July 1868

Wcdncsdu) , July 15, 1808. ' . ... NOTICE. -' Aft tlio 20th of August next wo will not send tittt tho Democrat to nny of our 'mb Nsribcrs wbo havo not paid tbeir wubscrip tions. All the matoriul used in cash in Advance J beiiidcg all tho labor wo employ is paid for in cnsli os it is performed. Wliuu a nubficription bangs over a year, tho little profit we would liavo upon it, if paid in ad vance, in lost. I t is loet in this way : AVo llavo hivoHtcd that money in material and 'labor and laid a year out of it, thus losing tho wo of tbo cost of paper, besides the mall fractional profit. On ono subscription fbo profit would be small, but in tho aggro- gate, (say two thousand subscribers) it would amount to a snug sum of money to the cdi tor. Those in arrears will pleaso licod this notice, and attend to their subscriptions in time. . . . tST On the second page of the Dkmo chat will bo found a letter from Col. Levi L. Tate. 9 Tiik improvements on tho Court House are making good progress, ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 15 July 1868

"I' "Hwn Cacbb op Disease, A- hnogry ware, iat had been accustowed to cat -notlunj; Vit grass, with a young colt at Iiersido, was fed a few quarto of corn. , A puiuiul doath booU followed. In?Utnoea arc by no menns rare iu 'vuich death I111A been tho certain and incvitablo result of. alittlo violent cxorcrciiso ; of driving ii horno a little, too fust when hU ...-, elouiaeh full of compnlUnff a horso to per furni a along journey without rest , or food. . . : . n. and then allowing it to bavo frco access to an abundnnco of green, succulent food) in ' the exhausted and Jaded condition in which , ' , tho end of this hard journVy found him ; of ,.t couCning in cold airy stalhi when tboy have - ... been accustomed to warm ones; of being " hut up in foul stables, not half ventilated. and blanketed warmly, and glutted with Iho most nutritious food and allowed no exer cise; ofbeing exposed for hours to tho pelt ii g tiid iM-lin.iiiW.leiir.iof winter, witu the necessary protection, after bei...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 22 July 1868

DEMOCRAT VOL. XXXII. llffotBSlitrg grmoxrat. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY IS IU.00M8HCRO, TA., BV It IIXIAMSOX II. JACOIIY. TEHMK. tt 00 in ailvanra. If not paid wilhln BIX MONTHS, in cant, additional will I trctil. ICr Nonaprr dl.enntiniwl unlll all an aritjM ara paid ascent at lb optloa of Me amior, RATES OF ADVERTIMNO. ' ' m imi cmiiTiTtiTa t!i. One .quart n or llireo inMMiona .." . tl 50 JO ajrary auoacfjuFnc imrniiin in.. w. ... Ik. . 3D. Cm. It. frne tynrr. Two aqua re, Thru " pour aiuaraa, Half rolumn, On column. 5.10 s w 4.oo 6.oo io.no 3.00 5.00 6,110 9.110 1400 4,00 7.00 8.50 I'MD IH.OO (W0 8.K0 lO.I'O 14 00 SO 00 lO.Oo lii.no 14.00 IP no woo 15.00 lf.00 3n,0 30.00 00,00 Eiarutor'a anil Aduilnl.tralor'a Notlea 3.00 Auditor'. Noltco e,50 Other advartiaamenia inacrled according lo.(itcUI contrail. Outlne.. iioilre., without advertlioment, twenty, renta per line. Tran.lent advertlxraenia nnyabln in adtnnce all other, due after the first luaurtion. Campaign Sonar. AM 'Susannah. O...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 22 July 1868

.1 k .Hit -a-at 4, .MiSlib. -t','.wl, .t-.k.. fa,. lf,talWM. --n ill . "ft'i ' tfli, J itimMtilufiYi' Wi-I. U. .IACOIIV, Editor. WEDNESDAY", JULY 1.2, 18firt. Demount!.: Xatloual Ticket. FOIl Fit EVIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, or sew tokk. for Vice president, " TRANC19 r. BLAIRJK., or MIS90CUI. Democratic State Ticket. FCB AUDITOR OENKRAL, , HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, OF KAYBTTB COUNTY. FOR 8UHVEY0U OKNKRAL, GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, (IP COU'MDIA BOUNTY. COt'STY COXVLXTIO.V. Tho Democrat voters of tho eeveral Districts in Columbia county arc requested to meet at (ho usual plAYo of holding tho geucral elcotioiis, on tutuidayt tho Ut day"1 OI AUCUM, 1SOO. UCIWCCU UIU lUIUlS Ul IU1UU o'clock In the altcrnnon and seven o clock in the afternoon, of that day, and elect ly ballot two persons to represent the District in a County Convention to be held at the Court House m tflooinsuurg, ou jUonuay, August 3d, at li? o'clock noon, to select two Conprcpsional Conferees to meet similar conferees from tli...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 22 July 1868

Wednesday, July 21, lOH. ,. 3T Arthuu'b Home Magnzino for Au Ail l capital number", lacking nothing in interest. Sand, and get the bent of litera ture, which can always to found ia this pop ular publication. - - -- -, ' tar Tim Good -Tomplma- of (Jtituwiwsa intend holding a Festival in their Hull, cuuitneiiiiins on l.Vlduy, the i-Uh insL, and' cotitinuliic Shftmiiiy al'tcniooii uud evening. A full hUoikIhiioo of both member uud hiuuds of tliS oi.Jer id desired. W The. Member of the Lutheran Con (.repuioii of Uiin town will hold an Iuo-cream atid R:w'borry Festival, in their Chureh on Market Street, on Tliui'wlay, Friday and Saturday evenings of this week. The pro ;eedf to bc-.appliud to Chureh repairs- ri.tV.tuos for Augiut iaout, looking bright h a gold, dollar, if wo avc not greatly uiiiitakeu iu the appearance of that once liumorotwly oireulated coin. Tlis ladies aro admirers of thin Magazine, and we eer tainly pii'te their good judgment, fur thin periodical tajjlivaic.i us unee ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 22 July 1868

1 11 I 1 Iff PmERMNo Green Corn for Winter. Tho canning of corn in families to genor lly fails that we cannot recommend the trial. The next lost thing .to Vanned corn is that which is properly dried. The first essentia is good corn, and tho next is to dry it carefully beforo it gets too old. Mrs. 51. L. Gago, of Ross county, Ohio, communi cates the following sensible ideas about pro paring it: "It in a wonder that so few should have anythiug but field corn for tahlo use ; and for drying tliero is a mill greater contrast between the common field and the garden varieties. I have been used for years to drying corn. Boil tho green ears a minute or two, just to harden the milk, then cut from the cob and spread on a cloth in the sun for two days, taking it in at night ; it will then keep anywhere. When cooked, it is better to soak it a few hours, and boil iu tho same water. In cold weather all that is wanted for a week or two may be wet. It cooks quicker and tastes better; A little milk a...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 29 July 1868

VOL. XXXII. ri'BMHHKl) EVERY WEDNESDAY IN ULOOMSIIURO, PA., DY WILM.tMSOtf II. J A CO BY. TRIIMS,-t 00 in advance. If nol paid vilbln SIX MONTHrt.ciutilillllonil wlllb araeil. ID Nonfr dlatonalmicil until all an aiaM are paid ojcupt at the option of tlie odilor. HATES OF ADVERTISING. IBM uan eomTiTOTi iqoM. One ainnra nno or ihen Intrirlloiia. 1 J- tcry aubariuoiit inaanlon leaa man 13 artcc. In. Sm. 3m. One rqunra, Two aiuarca, Three ' Pour eqiiarca. tlnirrolmniii One column. lo.no I4.0U IH.CX) vo.ou :uioo 1)0,00 '.irriitnr' and Adininielrator'a Notice 3.00 Auditnr'a Notire 8.M Ollu-r advorliacnirnta inaerlcu accord! n to apodal contrail. Iliulneia nntlrca, without advcrliicment, twenty, ccnte per line. Tranalniil nilvertlaementa payable in alliance all titliera duo otter the Drat liiaorllnn. The rainier Hoys. "I'm sick of hoeing in the coin And following tlio plow ( )f working hard from dewy morn, 'Till eve, with healed brow, No longer will 1 stay to mow Or pitch the rented hay; T...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 29 July 1868

WJI, II. J it Oil V, Editor, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1 808. Democratic National Ticket. roit ntnuiuKNT, JIUUATIO SEV.MOUI, OF NEW VOIUv. Kill V1CK I'KKSJDKST, l-'KANCIS 1. BLAIH..11J., or MiMonu. DcmotTiltic Mate Ticket. FOB. At'tMTOH UFNT.ItAL, iion. niAitw:.s j:. bovle, HI' FAVUTTfi CUUNTV. run mhvlyok uenehal, HEX. WELLINGTON II. EM, OK COLUMN A COUNTV. tOl.M'1 CO.VK.TIO.V. Tlie Democratic voters of tho tuvcral Districts in Culniiiliii county nrc requeued to uicct at the Usual place of holding tho ticiierul elections, on fc'aturdav, the 1st day of August, lislir, between the hour of three o'clock in the ut'ternoou and seven o'clock in the nfttrtioon, of that day, and elect by ballot two persons to rejireKcnt tho District in a County Convention to be held at tho Court House in liloonisburg, on Monday, August 3d, at 12 o'clock noon, to select two Congreiwioiml Couferccs to meet similar conferees from the other counties ot'thn Dis trict, to nominate n enndidato lor Congress ; two lc pre...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 29 July 1868

ittUUMHIH v1 i - ( . ( titlttioll .Vtllit'U. . O'nit to llm tiriLnihhoil f.uv.h nf thu iui'tlliinui, ill'.' Ocnioni'iitio County Con vi.i.uon will nv.'ihl'ln in SnvcWn Hall, on Monday. Aiii'W't Hd. ,it 1 o'clock P. M,, Rt thu rinxirtL' of tlio Court Hohro bell. JOHN 0. FREEZE, Chairman Standing Committee. ('oiuiiiUhhU driving cvory honest pu'.v..,! i !'!,u;i u"viiiiiur, by a'lvuciit'uiR J-ThoThifJ ' v'.M Svlmol )!'"'U3 en Mp!ii:iy nest, AnraiX ?'! J. Wv.Mnj-ir. J'KHOCfWK of Coliimhia, ti'Lc ihit -:tittr Ti-.'u you to ttlf (ItfliKStU tliwtiull Ui'Xt unUy, and uliow thu votrs tho truths con coining Col. Kline's record. NT anted, ona hundred and forty four tclnseopcs to discover that "ftir-acinng ntuto.uinn,"iiiid a like nutnherof microjco.ics' to examine liiai after he is found. Kememi.U tint the CdutMw in Uloonihlm, who now support Kline, cut nnd Hcratchod tho Democratic niuiici from tho Democratic ticket, in tho last election, iwA voted for and elect d Republicans. CfliTTitr. County...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 29 July 1868

I s.,..,..., i r f AGllICULTUKAL ion for Fruit Troci. liro has boon much difference) of opin on in respect to tho valuo of iron as a inn nuio fir Iruil trees, somo assorting that it U very heiu'Oeial when pi-ojicrly upplied, others that it is perfectly useless. A cor respondent of the Massachusetts Ploxujh Man, writing from East Woodstock, Con necticut, sayH that in tho yoar 18-19, he jilanted nn early Madeline pear tree. It Krew finely and comnionced blossoming when two years old, but did not yield a bushel of fruit in five years. Tho fruit would set well and then fall off. No tried various experiments, such as tying down the branches to tho ground to cheek tho How of sap, but all without effect, and as he had about one hundred and fifty trees, he hoiifht lie had made a very poor iuvest 111'r.t. lie read :'.e rvi.'urt of a viewing com iijittec at tome fs.it, which pave him on '.oursgemeii'. It was this: Tlicro wore c xhibitcd some fine specimens of pears, and it was ascertained tha...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 5 August 1868

DEM OCR A BLOOMSBUEG T, VOL. XXXII. OFFICERS OF COM' M III A CO. President Judge lion, William Elwoll. Associate Judges- fetolorbein. ProtH'y and Cl'k of Court Jesse Coleman. Register uud Recorder John U-. Froezo. John F. Fowler. Montgomery Colo. David Yeagcr, Kheriff Mordccai Millnrd. Treasurer Jacob Voho. ( L. B Rupert, Auditor John 1'. Hannon. (Jacob llairiH. mniissiotier's Clerk Wm. Kriekbaum. t'oiniuissioner's Attorney K. II. Little. Mercantile Appraiser W. II. Jacoby. County Surveyor Isaac A. Pewitt. District Attroney Milton M. Trough, kroner William J. Ikolcr. County Superintendent Chan. G. Barkley, Assesoirf Internal Itt'vcnuo K. F. Clark. ( John Thomas, Assistant Assessor S. B. Diemcr, I Daniel Mollcnry. Collector Benjamin F. Hartuian. IllooiiiNbiii'K Literary Intitule. HOARD (IF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CAKYER, A. M., Principal and Proprietor, Professor of Philosophy, &c. .Miss Sarah A. Carver. I'rccotUros?. Teacher of French, Botany and Ornamental . branches. Isaac O. best,...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 5 August 1868

i 1 J IKiniMUKMSO ui. ii. j.icoiiY, rntoi. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST J, 1808. Memo iiiiic NaWonal Ticket. l'Oll VHKSIDKN'f, JIOKATIO SEVMOUll, IT NEW VOIIK. i itu vu'K rni:suENT, rilANUIS 1'. 1JLAIR, Jl op Missouri. KX'inocintlc State Ttclici. VCll AUDITOR (JENEllAL, HON. CHAHLES E. BOYLE, : or PAVKTTE COUVTV. ron survevoh gf.N'f.ual, C'KN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, K COLUMBIA COUNTV. Democratic County Ticket. ASSF.MlitiV, GEO KG IS KCOTT, Subject to decision of Hep. Coiiforocs. COMMISSIONER, WM. G. QUICK. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, K. K. IKELEH. AUDITOR, A. J. ALttKUTSON. siiivr.YOR, liSi-AU A. DEWITT. The Com euOon-Tlic TKSiel. Tliu Coliiinlia County Democratic Con vention, whiuli met on Jloiidiiy l.wt, Fairly iii'licatos the strength nwl doterinination of our party in tltc present contest. The con tcib for the several offices of tlio County and Dintriut was conducted throughout with iao.it active lahor, not only on the part of lie candidates but also on the pari of their respective friond The Republic...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 5 August 1868

rwaML toowslmtg tmmt Wcdnciidny, Augiiftt 5, 1808. 5 The Democracy of Montour County will hold their nominating Ccfunty Convex tion on Monday tho 17th inst. 9 Tub regular moetings of tho Dcm ocratictlub ot tins town nro hem every Monday evoninj?. Democrats will pleaso tear this in mind. 1KB" Attention of our numerous readers is directed to tho ndvortiscmont of tho l'enna. Stato Ajrricultural Collego iu another column of tho Demochat. - . m i ' " I6JT The Into showers have otartdi up tho corn and potato crops in this section "riuite smart." The prospects arc yet fair for a good yield of praties. tSr Lawhon Cai.man.ih tho "Kxchango Saloon" will furnish his customers, and ns many who wish to givo him a call, with fresh fidli, clam-soup, lolled ham, frogs, and tur tle-soup, every evening. tSf A oood Democratic hoy between the pecs of 13 and -0, is wanted to learn tho l'riiitinc husinsss in this ofiicn. One who lias had some experience in an office pre ferred. Apply immediately. tar Our ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 5 August 1868

iRICULTURAL. Farming Made Easy, Farmers who can remember, forty years ago must bo somewhat amamd at tho pro gress made in agricultural implements and tho labor of tho farm. Only think of the wooden mould-board for the plow! tho common tooth-harrow, tho hay-shelvings juade of foneo-railH for a cart and tho wide dangerous skeleton for tho wagon; tho hoc that was used, tho two-pronged manure fork, and tho whisky consumed by harvest hands ! Tho reapers with their sickles, with which wo nearly severed a fingor, and tho mark of the wound is as destinct to-day as then; tho innovating "cradle" with its grand swing ; tho old rigid horso-rako, thon a novelty ; and tho old log rollor, which not more than ono farmor in twenty could boast of; thu luiuboring grain fan, &c. Now wo have everything on a 'different scale, relieving the agricultural musclo from many a strain. We commence with tho reaping machine, taking many years to per fect it ; then tho mowing machine, which was a still greater...

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