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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 12 August 1868

t ':' V ' ' jj f .'J ."i ft i J t -t .'! i .f;Vi tfM ,('.! ,.! .- . . i vd u.. . -i aLUT I. ' i.1 i fit , An ' ILOil SB ..... tpw n i ti fr in fr i nn m . . . . i. . Y,' r.1 .ft n J" 'i VOL. XXXII. OFFICERS OF COL1MBIA CO. President Judge Hon. William Klwcll. Associate Judges- .""o'Hcrbein. Proth'y and Cl'k of Court Jesse Coloman Register aud Hecordor John O. Freeze ( John F. Fowler, Commissioners Montgomery Colo. (David Ycagor, Sheriff Mordccai Millard. Treasurer Jacob Yohe. 1L. B Rupert, John P. llannon. Jacob Hatris. Commissioner's Clerk Win. Krickhaum. itonimissioncr's Attorney K. H. Little. Mercantile Appraiser W. If. Jacoby. County Surveyor 1 -woe A. Dowitt District Attroncy Milton M. Trough. Coroner William J. Ikolcr. County Superintendent -Chas. G. Barklcy, Asscsors internal licvcnue n. l1. uiark. John Thomas, Assistant Assessor S. Ii. Diomcr, ( Daniel McHcnry. Collector Benjamin F. llartuian. Blooiiintburo; Literary Institute. B0AK1) OF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CARVKR, A. M., Pri...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 12 August 1868

wwvmwmn wmwtm. im. W.M. II. JACOBY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1868. Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, H0HAT10 SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE 1'REUIDKNT, FRANCIS P.RLAIR.JR., OF MISSOURI. Democratic Mate Ticket. rCB AUDITOR GENERAL, HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, OP FAYETTE COUNTY. FOR SURVEYOR OKNKRAT, GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, OP COLUMBIA COUNTY. Democratic County Ticket. ASSEMBLY, GEORGE SCOTT, Subject to decision of Rep, Conferees. COMMISSIONER, WM. G. QUICK. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, E. It. 1KELER. AUDITOR, A. J. ALUERTSOX. SURVEYOR, ISAAC A. DEWITT. After our next issue we will transcribe our Subscription Book, when it is our in tention to send tie paper to tbose only whose subscriptions are paid. We are compelled to do this, in order that we may bave the immediate use of what little profit we have on our subscription. When we have to lay out of our money a year or two ou a sub scription, the profit we hare over and above the actual cost of that paper, is more than gone. That kind...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 12 August 1868

WedneNduy, Augunt ia, 1SUS. KbTThk foundation is being laid fur the now Episcopalian church at this place, Riiower's new building on Msin itroet in gradually and surely noaring com pletion. tt"R. II. Htoiinkk often for sale, in thin wool's Democrat, a valuable town propsrty. - - . eWl'iiK contractor of the State Normal Bchool building in making oommcndablo nrofress in iu erection. The rocond Atory is rapidly going up, and all moves along as it should. ttf A (tool) Democratic boy bctweon tho agc of lsfaud 2(J, is wanted to learn the Printing butiuen iu this office. One who lias had Home experience in an olhco pre (erred. Apply immediately. fco?IlEXRr TiiAcan, a coiwin of P. M. Trough, of Briarcreck, this county, was drowned at Atlantic city, whilo bathing, on tho 1st inst. He was a resident of Phila delphia, 50 years of age, and leaves a wife mid several children. ----... - IbsTiik laborers employed at the cnllar and foundation of tho new church building, at this pine-', loft off wor...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 12 August 1868

Don't Eat Raw Ham. -Tho lesson to lie drawn from tho rceont cases of trichinosis Springfield is summed up in just thoso four words. While authorities differ in many other things with regard to this new disease, -11 . .1 i I I .1 nn agree mux u nam ana poric are tnorounn ly cooked there is no danger in eating cithor. .'vonictiuios the disease has been communi cated by eating imperfectly cured "dried beef," but hero, too, all danger disappears when the beef is weM cooked. These and other facts of special interest to tho medi cal profession are admirably set forth in a communication to tho New York Medical Hcmrd hy Dr. llustinc, of Marion Ltd., who has treated several cascs'of the disease. Br. Itustino sums up the case as follows : 1. That Hyuiptoms indicating tho presence of young trichinno in tho tissues are observed as early or earlier than tho fourth day after the ingestion of the triehinous meat. li. That cysts arc formed as early as tho twenty-fifth day. ;i. That, other things be...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 19 August 1868

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Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 19 August 1868

MsS2S W!I. II. J.it'OIIY, Ildltor. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST It), 1808. Dcmocrntlc Nuttonul Ticket FOR MtEMIDENT, JIUKATIO SEYMOUR, 'OF NEW YORK. VOR VICK PRESIDENT, . FRANCIS P. BLAIR, JR., 01' MISSOURI. Democratic Mate Ticket. FOB AUDITOR (IENERAL, HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, OP FAVE'lTB COUNTY. FOR PURVEYOR (JE.NEKAL, OEN. WELLINGTON H. EST, OP COLUMBIA JUUNTV. Dt'iMorrutlc County Ticket. ASSEMBLY, george scorr, Subject to decision of Rep. Conferees. COMMISSIONER, WM. G. QUICK. MtfTRICT ATTORNEY, K. R. 1KELER. Al'DITOR, A. J. ALBERTSON. SURVEYOR, ISAAC A. DEWITT. fts7" After (Lb issue wc will transcribe our Subscription Book, when it is our iu--ttutiou to scud tho paper to those only whoso pubscriptioim urc paid. Wc aro compelled to do tlis, in order that we may have the iiumcdiato use of what little profit wc have on our Bubscriptioij.'. When wc have to lay out of our nioucy n year or two on a sub scription, the profit wc havo ovor and abovo the aet'ial cost of that paper, is moro than gone....

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 19 August 1868

Wednesday AHgtmt 19, 1S8. jQT Shoriff MillahD advertises several tract of land for Hale in tWs week's Demo crat. ; B3T Light. Pablio attention U in vited to "Household Gas Machine" adver tisement in thia issue by David Jones, Phil adelphia. This maohino oommends itself to public favor. j.Nn names ate daily coming iu for the Democrat. The old Democratic organ is bound to recc-ivo a proper and just support from the Democracy of the County. - UiiuiHTiAN Seesholtz, of Frauklin, lias purchased the corner store property ol J. J. Brower, situate on Iron and Main streets. It is the best location in town to carry ou uieraintilo business. jr The Democrat of Bloomeburg and viciuity will attend a flag raising, in front of tho Court House, on Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock.. Addresses will bo delivered on the occasion. -i m i .... - Jt3 A uoou Dcmocratio boy between the ages of IS and 20, is wanted to learn the Printing business in this office. One who has had some experience in an office pre fe...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 19 August 1868

AGRICULTURAL. IiixcrtN on Fruit Trees. tiiyei'ts will login their work as soon n tlni''! is any young growth t) work on And it' not I'lici'kcd continue it to tho injury of ilic tree Don't stop to wuit on us, to ask whnt xliiill le done, but kill the insects when tirnt discovered, by some means. Ve have written in tliwo pud years enough ubout the tent caterpillar to fill a email volume. Wo have t-liowii its eggs, and set forth tho im portunco of removing these. White this has teen thoroughly dono, thero will be but little trouble, Where it has been neglected, they will not "fold up their tents liko the Arabs," but just keep spreading them all the time. Wherever a no.st or tent is seen, no matter how small arid they nro very t'ouppicuous when the dew is on them in tho . 'norning do nut rest until tho nest is do Hroyed. Bend down tho limb, climb the free, get a step ladder, or in some way reach the nest, and pull it out and crush the young brood. Some u.-e swabs ehnrged with soft wap, ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 26 August 1868

,'.1 fcfiH ' n y r : .-.. DEMOCRAT BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26,1868. VOL. XXXII. NUMBER 27. OTP OiAll 11 i OFFICEUs) Of COLUMBIA CO. i'residentJudgo Hon. William Elwell. . . t i (Inn Dorr, Associate Judges- reter K Horboin. Proth'y and Cl'k of Court Jesse Coleman lWistorond RecorderJohn 0. Frccse. , 8 John F. Fowler. Commissioners Montgomery Colo. I David Ycagor, iShoriff Mordocai Millard. Treasurer Jacob Yoho. ( L. It Rupert, Auditors John P. llaimon. (Jacob Horn's. Commissioner's Clerk Wui. Krickbnnm. ttomiuissioncr's Attorney E. II. Little, lercantilo Appraiser W. II. Jacob), fc'ounty Surveyor Isarto A. Dcwitt IHatrict Attroncy Milton M. Traugh. iVirnnnr Willimn -T TLfil.,,. Vounty Superintendent Chns. 0. Barklcy, Assesor internal ttevenuo 11. 1'. I'lurk. John Thomas, S. B. Dicmor, Daniel Mcllcnry. Collector Benjamin F. llartinan. Bloomsb--re; Llterarj-.lnntltutc. BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CARVER, A. M., lViuoiiml and I'ropriotor, Professor of Philosophy, ko. Miss Sar...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 26 August 1868

' i ...aan..ii.la...if t.JJii,t,iii..A .-..Tt.T, j.. " ...........,, iTflrifiMM il A ) i ii" ' "T ':, yt;,., " ' fl Ih" 1 -. i iWu , nw,; ;," :v,r,;,-,; , - -, I '"-""'"'"""-"mlihMtirfMV.fci m titrtimj ' f 1.111 r "if '- ..t''.-i- i:, (..-..-, ., . ... WM, II. J ACOIIY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 18C8. Democratic National Ticket. roa rnr.8iDBNT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF KEW YOHK. iOU VICE WESIDKNT, FRANCIS F.BLAIR, JR., or jussoini. . Democratic state Ticket. FOB AUI..T011 GENERA!., IION..CHARLES E. BOYLE, OF FAYETTE COUNTY. FOB SURVEYOR (IENKRAT., GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, OF COLUMBIA COUNTY. Democratic County Ticket. GEORGE SCOTT, COMMISSIONER, WM. G. QUICK. IU8THICT ATTORNEY, E. K. 1KELEU. AUDITOR, A. J. ALBERTS ON. SURVEYOR, ISAAC A. DEWITT. A Radical Rebellion Threat ened. The Radicals are preparing to rcbol in case any of the Southern States arc ncoded to elect the Democratic candidate. John son, the Radical candidate for Attorney Gen eral of Missouri, made a speech at Salino, in ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 26 August 1868

tYodncttlhy, August 90, 18CS. 19 Cornelius Bellas, 61 Orange, will sell on the 12th of September, lii personal property and one town lot, situate in the town of Orangeville. another column. Sue advertisement in ef A uoob Democratic boy between the ngCRof 18 Btid 20, in wanted to learn the l'rinting businefw in this pflioe. One-who has had some experience in an office, pre ferred. Afcpty immediately. 80To-NioiiT tWcimsdHj') Captain Broekwsy, Dcm., and Captain Wbitiunyer, Kcp., wiUdiwitiss the political issues of the day,' in Inc.. Academy at Orangeville. A large turn-out of both parties is anticipated. BaT The Democracy of Fishiugtieek or ganized u Club on Thursday evening hint. The following gontlemen were chosen offi cers:. 13. J. Wcllenry, lWident; J- S. Kline, Secretary; John Drcshcr, Treasurer. )t55 A Festival will be held in tho new Lutheran Church at Duck horn, on Friday 'eveuing and Saturday afternoon and eve ;n'mg, August 2Sth and 20th, for tho benefit 'of raid chureh. It U ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 26 August 1868

AGRICULTURAL. A Chapter on Tomatoc. I send you my way of disponing of the Tomato, which I call the vegetable of vege tables. If any of your housekeepers can add to or imprtivo thisjlUt I trust they will do so. I am ly no means prejudiced in niy own inodo of doing things, and if I can aid any one in using the tomato in many ways to advantago I Bhall lo content. 6TEWED TOMATOES. I shall pay nothing about stewing toma toes, as it is to bo presumed that everybody knows how. One thing, however, should bo remembered that nothing should ho mixed with the pmo articlo, which should pans through a ticvo or colauder before sent to the table TOMATO CATSUP. Tako ripe tomatoes and scald them just sufficient to allow you to take off the skin then let them stand for a duy, covered with suit ; strain them thoroughly, to remove tho seeds. Th'cu to every two quarts, add three ounces of cloves, two of black pepper, two nutmegs, and a very little Cayenne pepper, with a little salt Boil tho liijuor for h...

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

!' BLOOMSBURG DEMOCRAT I II "ea VOL. XXXII. OFFICUlttt OP COIXAI1IIA CO. President Judge Hon. William Elwcll. Associate Judges- (Jri'Hein. 'roth'y and Cl'k of Courts Jesse Coleman, tegister and Recorder John U. Frocio. f John P. Fowler, Commissioners Montgomery Colo. ( aviil Y eager, Sheriff Mordcoai Millard. Treasurer J ncob Yoho. ( L. B Rupert, Auditors John V. ilannon. (Jacob. Hairis. Commissioner's Clerk Win. Krk'kbnuin. t'ommiwioncr'g Attorney K. II. Little. Mercantile Appraiser W. II. Jacohy. (bounty Surveyor Inane A. Dewitt District Attroncy Milton M. Trough. Coroner William J. Ikclor. County Superintendent Chan. (I. IWkley, Asscsorfl Internal Revenue R. F. Clark. ( John Thomas, Assistant Assessor S. B. Dieuicr, I Daniel Mcllenry. Collector Benjamin F. llartman. Bloomeburg L,l.erary.)ns.ltutc. BOAU1) OF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CAR V KB, A. M., Principal and l'ro)rietir, Professor of Philosophy, &c Miss Sarnh A. Carver, Preceptress, Tacher of French, Botany and Ornamental Branc...

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

gloonwlrottj mn tut WM. II. JACODY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1808. Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, nORATIO SEYMOUR, OV NEW YORK. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, FRANCIS P. BLAIR, JR., OF MISSOURI. Democratic State Ticket. FCR AUDITOR GENERAL, HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, OF FAYETTE COUNT IT. VOR SCRVKTOR GENERAL, GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, OF COLUMBIA COUNT. Democratic County Ticket. ASSEMBLY, GEORGE SCOTT, COMMISSIONER, WM. G. QUICK. HI STRICT ATTORNEY, E. R. IKELER. AUDITOR, A. J. ALBERTSON. SURVEYOR, ISAAC A. DEWITT. t&" Next Monday will be Court, and a large turn-out id expected. Several nodes ago wo gave notice that we would erase from our books all those who did not within a cer tain time pay their subscriptions to the Dem ocrat. We have been an good as our word, so far as wa have been uble, to run carefully over our books. If thcro are any persons receiving the paper who have not paid last year's subscription, or even this, they should attend to the matter immediate!, as we are ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 2 September 1868

glcotu.otag gcmoctat. Wedntiday, September 3, 1808. WtWanted -At tliii office, on wbscrip- tion, ten biuliuls or potatoes. TOMATOES have been kcllinu for one dollar per Wbcl id thii market tbo past week. 'The limn of the Corner Stone of Saint Paul Church, in thin place, will take plaoe on Friday, the 11th inst ' It is supposed that about seven thou sand people wero present at the camp meet ing near Harvyvillc, on Sunday last. 9 T(1E Democracy of Centre will meet at the Stonnytown School House, on Thurs day evoniug, for the purpose of forming a club. lt?C, 0. Uarkley, County Superin tendent, advertises examinations of Teach ers for this county in "to-day's Df.mocuat. Directors arc, in all cases, expected to be present. PeT We are plearcd to learn that some thing over four hundred and fifty dollars were taken in at the Festival held at Duck born, in tbo new Lutheran church, last week. 'The Congressional Conferees will meet on the 10th inst. at Danville, for the 13th District The indic...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 2 September 1868

L FARM AND GARDEN. Indian Corn. For many a mile on every sido, I ko tlio golden corn, And hear the cricket'i notes tround Sound liko a fairy horn In concert with tho wild bco'i drone, In elfin murmurs borno. Long, lens oro, bh legends toll, The Indian faiiy queen, Unto tho ancient Delaware! Camo down upon the green, An azure glory round ber head, Her robes a vapory sheen ; And whero alio sat tobacco soon Its bitter fraffnince flung, And whero her left hand touched, tho bean Rose flowering frcth and young ; And whero her lull hand swept, tho maze In golden glory sprung. And whether you do cat it roast, Or take it buked in pone, Or like it best as Johnny cake, Still let its truth bo known That corn fint on mo from fairy land, And was by fairies grown. Ashen lor Wheat. A correspondent of tho Rural Gcntlanan in Delaware, writes strongly in favor of ashes to prevent rust in wheat, and from experi ence has found thorn of great value. As to tho effects of ashes, ho says they have, liko Shn...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 9 September 1868

wrifrf fW. "I'm DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1808. .NJJMBER 2!). VOL. XXXII. BLOOMSB wen Tr'-.-t.. ?... 111 - OFFICIALS OF COM'.MIIJ.i CO. President Judgo lion. William EIwoll. Aviate Judges- &! K.r'Horl,uin. froth'y and (Tic of Courts Jesse Coleman. Ilegistcr and Recorder John G. Freeze. John F. Fowler, Commissioners -J Montgomery Colo. David Y eager, Sheriff Mordecai Millard, treasurer Jacob Yolic. L. B Rupert, 'Auditors Jolm 1'. lluuuou. (Jiieob lfairin. jCwfiW'.if'flouor's Clerk Win. Krickbaum. V'omniissioner's Attorney E. II. Lit''". Mercantile Appraiser W. If. Juooby. (County Surveyor Isaac A. Pewit t. jj)istrict Attroimy Milton M. Trough. rCoronor William .1. Ikeler. County Superintendent Chits. 0. Hark ley, Assesers Internal llevcnuo H. F. Clurk. Jolm Thomas, Assistant Assessor S. B. Diemer, I Daniel Mollonry. Collector Benjamin l' Hurtmuu. IllooiusbuiK Literary Institute HOARD OF INSTRUCTION. HENRY CARVKR, A. M., Principal mid Proprietor, Professor...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 9 September 1868

WJI, II. J AC On V, Keillor. WEDNESDAY, f KIT. 0, 1SC8. Democratic JYiilloiial Ticket. FOn l'llKSIDEST, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OK NEW VOnK. VOIl VH'K PRESIDENT, FRANCIS 1. BLAJJl, JK, OK SI 18801 W. Democratic State Ticket. KCB AtrDITOtt (1F.SKRAT., . HON. CHARLES K BOYLE, OK FAYETTE COUNTY. FOR SURVEYOR fIF.NERAI,, GEN. WELLINGTON J I. ENT, OF COLUMBIA JOUNTY. Democrnflc Count)- Ticket. APSEJim.V, GEORGE SCOTT, COMMISSIONER, WM. G.. QUICK. HISTRirT ATTORNEY, E. It. IKELKJt. AI'DITOH, A. J. ALI5ERTSON. srnvEvoR, ISAAC A. HEWITT. tlepnltllcnn Meeting. Tlio Reptildii'nrn of tliw (own lielj n meeting on Market Sqiiaro lust Tuw-dny evening. A Tier getting out tlio Bund and amiling it about town for an hour, quite a number of people came together at the des ignated cpot for the meeting. The majori ty of the audience, wo should think, was Democrats, who went to the meeting out of curiosity, to hear what tho defenders and supporters of the Radical party had to say. The disappointment can be hott...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 9 September 1868

tVednrNdny, ReplemlT 0, I SOS. Os account of our not receiving pa per nt tlio proper timo and the indisporiition f one of our comnoHitoin, the Dkmotiiat in dolnyed a day beyond its usual tiuio of publication. , HzTTiik Kxccutive Committco of llie Columbia county Agricultural Association hre preparing the premium list for tbo Oc tober Fair. It will appear in all the papers of tbo county at an early day. . . t&" A noon Democratic twy betweon tbc ttgcsof 18 and 20, U wanted to learn the l'rinting business in tbis office. One who lias bad some experience in on offico pre ferredi Apply immediately. A. Wyoming County Democracy in- tmotml nnnRiraefi for Col. I'lOI.I.ET, of Bradford County, for Congress in tbis (tbc J 3th) District. Ho will be the Conference houiiiicc. lro. W. Woohwarii was rc-nominatcd for Congress last week, in the Luzerne Dis trict. This was a just tribute to an able and fearless defnnder of the constitution and hws, he Will be elected, as he should, with an increase...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 9 September 1868

WWUMIMM FARM-ANJ). GARDEN. I5e( r.AiMiNu H.uttw Soil. Somo soil in Iwrd uluy-bound nnd will (ruck. Such soil requires Hind. Hut ns nnd is too ux ycnsivo (0 opjily, other mean will lmvo to bo resorted to. Ono of these (ami tlio foromost) is, to l!ow in tho fall or early winter plow dry. Tho elements nro the best, ameliorators nt tlo satuo tiino may bo applied to advantage. Next in ordor, and of groat continence, is cropping the land with certain kinds of firaiu, &c. Teas will nicllow tlio toil. So will buckwheat. And so will clover. Tlieso can till bo applied without any difficulty, not being hoed crops that require fino til luge. A stifT soil turned up in tho fall and well Jimed, tho lime harrowed in, followed by a crop of pea, and kmvii in tho full to clover, will, when tho swnr J a few years thereafter, is turned down, i-Iiow an improvement that amounts to a complete change. Tho hind is now in a fair workable order, and needs but inanuro plowing when dry enough (and usually in...

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