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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 21 October 1868

BLOOM Re DEMOCRAT VOL. XXXII. BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1868. NUMBER 35, SB OFFICERS OF COLUMBIA CO. President Judge Hon. William Eiwoll. Associate Judges- poftT'Herbcin. Proth'y and O'k of Court J esse Coleman. Blister and Recorder John G. Freeze. John P. Fowler, Montgomery Cole. David Ycagor, Bheriff Nordecai Millard. Treasurer Jacob Yohe. ( L. B Rupert, Auditors 'John P. Ilannon. ,- (Jacob Harris. .Commissioner's Cleric Wm. Kriekbanm. Commissioner's Attorney K. JI. Littlo. (Mercantile Appraiser W. II. Jacoby. County Surveyor Isaac A. Dowitt. District Attroney Milton M. Truugli. Coronor William J. Ikelor. Cou'y Superintendent Cha, O. Barklcy, AssesurT Tutornal Revenue It P,,Clurk. f John Th'imWj AsMstantAssessor- ' & B. Wenior, I Dai?.0 MoIIeury. Collcetor Benjamin P. Hartuiari. nioonixburg Literary Inatltute. BOARD OP INSTRUCTION, HENRY CARVKR, A. M., Principal and Proprietor, Professor of Philosophy, &c Miss Sarah A. Carver, Preceptress, Teacher of French, ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 21 October 1868

Will. If. J.iCOIlY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCT.. 21, K08. ,', . - !'.')-.! - J - I , -I Democratic National Ticket, FOtl PRKHIDKNf, ' HORATIO SEYMOUR, OP NEW YOItK. von tick rnnHiDKST, FllAN'CIS 1'. BLAIR, JH., OF MIHSOl'ia ELECTOR3 : William V. MeGrnth, U. Ein-t Kamerly, M. D., Villi. ' JJl.TJIII fciimoii W. Arnold, George U. Uerrcll, Harry It. Cosgsliall, lioulion Stabler, Jl. Emmet tMoiiagltr, David L Wcnricli, llernard J. M'Graiin, Willinm Hiirk, A. 0. Bmdhend, Jr., ilclin Iihtiditijr, (icorpe V. Cum, Jcs.-e C. Aniiin'rmnn, W. Potter Witliington, William R. Uorpan, William '. S. Ilidl, Vyru J. Perilling, AmnsC- Nii.vcm. William A. liatliraitb, John 11. Packard, James (' Clarke, .lamed II. Ilnikin, Edward S. (ioldon, Samuel 1J. Wilson. Our County. Wo call the attention of Democrats tliro' cut tlio State . to Columbia County, tlio STAR OF THE NORTH. She has given a majority lor Boyi.S of l,AS;t, nearly equal to the whole Republican vote, and for Knt a majority of 9-12G, exceeding the ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 21 October 1868

1 ... V ... ' I - ... . ,i a.. ... . ttcdneHaay, October ai.lKGS. ' t&r WanHil. nt tlii office, load of sfiro " dry wood, on cuWription to the DkMochat, ''aTSTTIiq enterprising ltuliim lown town engaged in tlio milliwiry tni.-inc.-H advertise new good in iliia week's paper. 85 JonN LtAOofK, tin proprietor of the "Atiitiiiinn lioure," ia thi place ia , loving down a now brick pavement,' consul erally wider than the old one. Thus the f world movcal ' 8rW loarn that John 0. Nevlus, of Hiuilock, had, during his and the lainilW absence, on Thursday last, attending the -County luir, fconio fifty dnllum tolen out , ofhiahouso, together wuh several articles tery escentiul to mstain life. . JQP Capt. Ceo. II. Ukown has opened tip a new restaurant in the Exchange lilook, this town, where he will be ploaced to nee his old friend "Georeo" uiiucManils the Lilsinoss, and we are quite sure nni.no know Wtnr liriw to enter to the tuile of the opi wrian than Capt. Unnwx. . tST ThoiutH 15. Ciila c...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 21 October 1868

FARM AND GARDEN. IIow a Fabmek may Loosi Mosir. By not taking a good home paper. Keeping no account of homoloporations. Paying no attontion to tho good maxim, "A stitch in time saves nino," in regard to the sowing of grain and planting of seeds at the proper time. Leaving reapers, plows, cultivators, etc., unoovored from tho rain and heat of the sun. Moro money is lost this way than many people are willing to believe. Permitting broken implements to be scat torod over the farm until they an irrepar able. By repairiogbraken implements at the proper time many dollars may be saved a proof of tho assertion "that time is monoy." Attending tho auction salos and purchas ing all kinds of trumpery, bccaus3 in the words of the vender, the articles are "very cheap." Allowing fences to remain unimpaired until strango cattle are found grazing in the meadow, grain fields, or bruising the fruit trees. Disbelieving the principal of a rotation of rops, before making a singlo experiment. Planting fru...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 28 October 1868

sV14Je- jan'ST.ii.v.i'.K' AIHJORIV T33W .1 1 itr.iU rlur il--l lll)l i I It MilX vl(i; . i'l i cft W I iiuIluul I', i! siK I vj!i;').iini!rTO I lid' M t I. :')' 'I A , W ( MtirH i.I.imbA ((l.'-a. mlifti'n U 7. 14 vol V. :,..; TaiV. ai J u, o.ij.t I . WU w i.i-l I' -i.-hj i8-.'iii:. . ii 1. .IX .I', ff I, U 'T i0to-.- 8 1 hi . '.Sf'j,jfc m i -nl m-.ttt.tnr K V : ;.i' . IH 1 rnUi'il iUV 1 1 II 'v . .tfc;t l,n TnlfU'-'T 1 I'l!' II Ki"l ,il;ol l.u.i,ii;.i ,uin v T, . '-. tu-e ,T:i -.- ,-u-j ; caauAV.';. ;-a:vrji.r!;r: uo t:.i r ,o ;,,!)' I vuj'v.::' r-J.-t .'I i'l .nlm. i i vv ., .-ml j . l'-itili .11 I.JL j : l ' - .-..IV t,.i . l ...I. ... ' ! . h i I- W 7 I M I V . D vA 1 JL Jli 1YJL V V JL i , .. ...' . n J ii ' .'. ij J H 1. -Wkr.v. ilvii V rronWont JoJuc-rilnn. William Klwoll. rfltli'y Mi'l Cl'lc of U)urt-Jw6Ct.loiniiii lUf inter and Hcconlrr John (i. Frcenc, ; ut.T A T'hnT. Powlf-r, CawiniHsionors Montoinry Colo. ' ' fj . (Unvid YcBscr; , .;" ; WilT MotJootUMiTlflrJ..' ,i.,i.. . ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 28 October 1868

WM. II. JACOBY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1868. DemocrutlcIVa'(ldrtal ticket. r ., , , ... . for rRMtDiNr, 1I0IIATI0 8EYM0UB, l6r urn vork. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, TRANCIS P. BLAIR, JH., Or MISSOURI. 'ELECTORS: Million. VMoGrstU Genrg o W t'ass il ErncHt Kamcrly JP3 CIiuh M Leiseniing Simon W Arnold George R Herrcll llarryrR Coggshall Reuben Stuhlcr - R Eninicit Monagban 'David LWenricu. .Barnard J M'UranD -William Shirk A O Hrodhcad Jr John Dlanding Jesse C Amcrman W Potter Witliinjrtos William R Gorsas William P Hchell -Cyrus I. Pershing Amos C Jinyes William AtGullraitb John R Packard JanicH C Clarke Tames II Hopkins Edward S Goldra Samuel B WiUoa TO TUB POLLS, OliCE MORE. 'Once mora, this full, we cull the Demo crat of Columbia Couuty to the polls. In the Jute election wo did a noble work. Our majority was increased to 2,000, lacking ouly few votes. Yet the Republican party, in district where fraud could be practiced, Toted illegal votes, and colonised votes suf ficient to give th...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 28 October 1868

t Wedaedar, October IMW. ' 1 m W have been informed that tho re ocipts at the Baptist's table on the Fair i grounds, during the exhibition, amounted to over 1182.00. . I MT Tin Drick Hotel at Orangevillo has been told by Samuol Everett, Esq., to Hohr ; MoHemy, of Benton, for 3,500. A good property. : 19 Wk understand that Henry 'C. Ilart ' man of this town charged the burning of mi (table upon tho monitors of Rescue Fire Company. He moot be, what is pretty gen erally conceded, a d n fool t tffl-Tur. Catawitwa Railroad Company annouueos a semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent, payable, less tax, on the 5th proximo. The transfer books d? the company done on ho 31st, and open on the 5th. W-Samitx NEvmitn, Executor, olFors fat sale several traots of land, situate in Centre township, belonging, to the estate of Philip Salsig, deceased. One tract contains twelve acres, cleared and Well improved ; the other is a timber tract The first piece is in a high state of culriva'fion, wln'lo tho . sec...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 28 October 1868

.j-fjajrr .ii.iiiT'..ia 1') ( ..'(. ii : J' v.. '!' ; - :-. i ,. ' I' . r i ;.,!.!-. ,iii-.,rr .-Jiil A " ' 'I '.' . .! !'. i. ! t(!!; i-r: ' '! iT. l" ;i v :! '; .'i' r-v. 'I '' i:f . I .1 . S -MM it . .'i ' X if ..I. i 1 ; . ..' : i .),!' ' t. .: ' ' " .iw.;.. ..' v . .-. . !),!.! .. ' j ! I, V - ' ' . . ,rl - sLu. iuv' in V lull i j: !. (...!' :.. griJ.t.,11 !) ', i ' i. ' ; FAnM'"AWG' GARDEN. Storing Potdlocit la Winter.' ;: U i often a riiottor of very (treat peouni- nry importancoTur a furnior to; bo able to koe'fr lila )otafo''(srbp until spring. Many mado very handnoitio Bums by pursuing this co)iruo,'i tlio pant scn'on. Potatoes were bought hutSM fur fifty cuuU a uumIioi, mm llicwo in good order wcro sold yory generally in . tli o ftjiring for two dollar. .,Aa lung ns tlio cuKlpm of early marketing prevails no poncrally, tlio man who cultivates the now seedlings and stores them until spring, will bo likely ' to puriUo a cufo course, , JVicda ro fiencrally enough higher to p...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 4 November 1868

4 f, ; ri ; i! Mill ,. e,dj ,..., a ,.i a I ' hi v ' ' . :a i '. i. UBUim, wuwiw h,;,:)r, .i ... .. .-., ij; ..... - eL:1 j j.ii, .j.Ij vlA .la.! fBi-M m'sy fi!it !..' , tn'i- -ui ;'! Wr. . f. . , , . . :( lat. i ." t 4wkprf lOT S' I "' "" "''. "" ''"I '" Sr! ...... iic - ; - v..llr.u'toTTTVf T)T7T "-Oy. H i. : II J Mffr -aaaa-eaa-jBBWB--. I ,,, ... f. ..(.'! T!.l liui.V I'.J. J.I "'" ' ' 1 "! i .(. i, -:i ;.) erft ,t I, ' ' ' " ' . - ; .. ;,i - '. OFFltfEhFbF COLOMBIA Oi 1 PwsjjieBl Jildge-lJoni Svilli.ro EIwcl!, 1 , TtotVV nl Cl'k fOuurweuM sColoioan. Mjtrabdcprder-Jobn 0. Freeze. , . Cole, (David Yeagcr, . , i dBUflbrilMMi,MiUrd. - - - Tresurer Jacob Vohe. i ndiloxs-r John P. Ilannoo. . . . ..' (Jacob Hatris. ' 1 '.' , Ctemijsioner'8 Olcrlt Wm. Krickbaiira. . tfaroiiirionar's Attornoy K. .11. Little. , tWercantile Appraisei-w. II. Jacoby. "WMtity Surveyor Jxaao A. Utawittj Dwtirct AMnney Milton M. Traugli. ' CoronerWilliam Jv Ikclcr. , County ucriMeiiiluht t'hax. O. Barklcy, AiuM...

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

WM. U. JACOBS JMUr. 3 WEDNESDAY, NOVjl, 1868T& The Reuiltt . W are already assured t,hai RadicaHsm i again triumphant. After the first feel- IBS of rlitanrtninfmnni .,LA. 1Ii I o i r--i-vHi nuivu ail VI UD SUVeTB of tripir Knnnt mn.l . i Maws VA;ICIIW (110 iwfUction that (he blood of this slaughter of . til i.-..t' ' . . . uo pcojjw HDerues is not oo our bands, ,. that 4-M shale responsibility ie now -with lion has not yot worked out its legitimate re- una m ue minus 01 tae people, a time flllltlf MttnA' fuiiV ! til ift TliltAm -! ueaa ur wmw ww w aw aw UVI on AlblV eoce alone will bring the sober second at . '' i-ougtu. THE ELECTION. Ofllclal Vote orColambln t'oun ty for October, and tke vote for President a far as Re ceived. OCT. SJOVKMBKR, nuiMKT or tartiB rr.Tes r P. t 000 186 000 329 000 000 000 194 000 269 49 000 168 000 ono 208 000 195 78 100 144 112 00 Uti 000 MfTRICm. - I Bearer, 199 Benton 190 00 58 000 317 00 COO 00 100 00 61 63 000 63 0 000 57 00 43 57 63 66 39 00 17...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 4 November 1868

mm ,d. LU wfco ri Indebted to tu will be, w kiwi m to ean am settle their bras, tod thus ''eMbli 'to py. off ourlittlo lection bills. vVsaM, , betide we seed frat deel of twop to.fcffP. ew bifej piii." . 1 'Wfinlireepeetiior Petonon'i Mega tine la Mother eolomn of the Democrat.' 9Bibeleneiiiyihotbeer In Jack '.to TdwdjUd. this county, a Tow days since It wu frt, end Hold readily in thia market. The official vote of Colombia county : will appro io oar net. Alto the official . Tote of ae many eonotie m can be received. r OTToe "Union Hotel," kept by John Keller, in Beach Haten, is a very comfort ebUfcad pleasant bouse. Mr. Keller for aoerirreeidodia Mifflinville, Columbia coun- Xt. where he kept Dubho house, lie knows mm m MiMiktn lata vMAuf trt imnil niltfnn Boeeeea to him. grand trot on weunosuay.aiin.s ' Vtwcen F. Wagner's b. m., Kate SlP.C. J?ckrota'a I. g., Warrior, . . , ho latter horn winning tbo -AaelNptT'fTT . 1 tl. t .. ... . . m i kiii r ima mm na nir inir. n rnur. wb.i a n...

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

IS X hi" .'v .1', FARM 'AND' GARDEN pSXri I WJiout:: pltWd'Hf ft jwny, irona point io favor of fell plowing, few ot the mot 'proininplit benefit way U briefly tatad m follow i n'r . in 4 v" ", 1 1. October jnd November ore deemed id excellent tim tp break pp. todu Uo4 4'or plantiBg-foa lbHoiiigjirtftjA -- 8. The Wflathor then in eool and bracing, and tfia team Strang and hearty for tlio work; while the spring Is more rclaxjng and the Wa&lessanlo; and Spring work being al waya hurrying, it aavee time trr dir-)au.'h aa much of the plowing aa pomtible during the previous autumn. " ' . " "3.' Sod land broken up late in autumn will be quite free from gram the following Npring; 4 tbo roots of the late overturned award being ao generally killed by the immediately mic cecding winter that much grans will mart in tbe spring. IV i : '.. . 4,. Tho frosts of winter disintegrate the plowed land, ao that it readily crumble into "'' fine partition in the spring, and a deep, incl- :1ow seed-bed ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 11 November 1868

vrrrijflKMri.-; . I . . , If . 1L001SBUEG at,H Atl) -rij '.urn it" :t -.-U l- . I , Vl .;! h 4 ' h I nil v iu - a. 111 ..9 .T' tint r. .- ; ' -a I n.,o'J .:. vl -Tax 1 tld ''ilv ' vQt:,xxxij. BLOOMSBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1808. NUMBER 38- .-., . . . . I , .' " ....... , ,; .; ; - ' - 1 - i - i ., i i - i - - - . i .at . arrrcEns icoixmbia to. PredctttTiagolIofirWnHora Elwoll. Protlf'y nnfl Cl'E'of Courts Jesse Culoinau. Register and Recorder John G. Freeze. " ' f Jo,in v- Fowler. Commiiiaioncrs Montgomery Colo. . . V r , T ( David Y eager, Fhonfr Mordceai Millard. Treasurer Jucob Yohe. y.-.t.f (lush Ruport, Auditor! John 1'. Hannon. ' , I Jacob Harris. Commissioner's Ulerk Wm, Krickbntim. Commissioner's Attorney E. II. Littlo. Mercantile Appraiser W.- JI. Jacoby. CountyHnrveyor Isaac A. Hewitt. District Attroncy Milton 31. Traugh. (toroncr William .1. Ikclor. ;ounty Superintendent Chas. 0. Barkley, AssoHors Internal Revcnuo R. F. Clark, ; (Julia Thomas, Avistdnt Assessor ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 11 November 1868

glaowidmrj tmrnt WH. H JACOB Y, Editor. WEDNESDAY,. .NOV. 11, 1868. "The Field It Ouri." A mm . tt. A t. Bo fiyi n nepwuiean w mm wees. Yes, ihejtfW it yours, but tho ran-fti of the rtceot contest belong in common to 'ho country. A President is olec.ed. That, for the preront, in oil. If he he truly Tisnerator of the Constitution of bin father, ho will be, in heart, the President of a United States anil not of a fnotion. As utning the latter supposition to bo tlio true one, it it of little consequence to our forty millions of people what party is in posws eion of the field. The phrase sounds fac tional, as well as sectional, and has on awful squinting towards prospective office. But we would call tho attention of our newly fledged down town politician and editor to . 1 HI ... I ..... , . I 1 mo wen Known laci mat pruticw pcopio an not usually hallow until they ore well out of h avnmlu ! and nlwn it tlinl. nlliov faor. thuf certain nmn once won on elephant at a raffle, whereby great d...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 11 November 1868

TTcdaMdny, November 11, IMS. OA. N" uLHt-iiiIonx continue tit oomo lo. ) kn6 rhut the old fushloriml IV inooracV 1 uiu . tho people Send in ihu om Our iiool.fl arc Urge, although pretty wll inlson up. W (ill mmi tV iiion. Nathan Wbtuhi, of Si eojteck. bad tt,bon. bluton on the niglt of (Im ck-o- 0t'XnK-Vi4 pf nieiillow of the Putin ylvaoieglltoro, jtiyeo in our Ut week laiue,. proved inconvot, bene fro rrpubli.L it as corrected,' . , MT A Festival; will bs held in to bso ment of the Lutheran Church, t Catawis w, on Friday and Smurdiiy evening, Nov. 30th And 21st, .Proceed to be applied to purcbaoinir a pet of Instrument fur a Bras Band. The earnet patronK ott in re apectfolly rolicited. tflr Total eclipfK!! of ibe nin or nroon are rare, but we'aro to have ono this year. Let our readers examine their almanac and tbey will aeo when, whnt, aud how. Won der bow the) almanac (cllotrs find all ihifi out, and whether they have anything to do with the elections. 19 Oca farmer throughout thi...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 11 November 1868

AnliiialN thai Chew tlife Cud. lihmiiintii 4 orilnmls gntlier tliuir food rnpidly, givo it a fm cuts with the. tooth, and swallow it. It goes to nn interior re coptaclo, wliero it w huiwtoncd ; this in vory csBcntiul if it bo dry huy. AVhon tho nni mnl has filled UimeuV-. ho masticates tho food thus stowed uway iu his stomach, rais ing it cud by cud. , Vhon a portion is com pletely masticated, 't passe to another re ceptacle, and the j.roooss of digestion goes on. Tim's an ox, if left to himpclf, will inasticato all his food thus slowed away in his stomach. If ho to pushed and worked hard, and does not have timo to maslicuto, ho fulls off in flesb, his health is poor, his digestion incomplete. Tho horso, on the contrary, however much in a hurry ho may bo, must masticato each mouthful beforo ho swallows it. A hungry os let into a meadow will fill himself in twenty mitmtos, whilo a'horso would want at least an hour and twenty minutes to tuko the same amount of grass. The ox, deer, sho...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 18 November 1868

sss DEMOCRAT iff ' ' tf, WN . jaj JLJXJ J IT JL Ky JL e I '.!. J) .tt-'j 1 ;-.u '..''.it VOL. XXXII. OrriCEKft OF tOM MHI A to. President Judfe? Hon., William Elwcll. Aiwooiale J iu!m - .""J" 'pcrbcin. Protk'y mi J Cl'k of Courts Jesse Culemun, lUgwtorwid rM Jonli.T Jclin 0. Freeze. John F. Fowler, Montgomery Co.c. David Yengcr, Sheriff Mnrdecni Millard. Treasurer Jacob Yolto. fL. B ltutiort. Auditors i John 1'. llntinon. (Jacob Hairis. 'Commissioner's Clerk Win. Krickbaum. Commissioner's Attorney JO. H. Little. Morcuiitilo Appraiser -W. II. Jncoby. Wounty Surveyor Isaac A. Pewitt. 1 District Atlroney Milton M. Truugh. ('nrniier William J. Ikclor. . County Superintendent Chn. 0. Barklcy, Asaosor" Internal ItcveniU! li. 1'. uaric. Jolm Thomas, Assistant Assessor H. It. Piciner, I Daniel Mullcnry. Collector Benjamin F. llurtmun. Bloouiftbui'fr iurinal school and l.ltcrai')' IiiMtliulc. BOARD OP INSTRUCTION. HENRY CARVER, A. M.. Principal, Professor of Intellectual and Moral Science, s...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 18 November 1868

W!I. II. JACOUY, UtlHor. WEDNESDAY NOV. IS, 18C8. To Debtors oTtho Uciuocrat. ' We have upon our books numerous ac- counts which will aggregate a large sum of 1.!nt tn afntifl frrnutlf. in niiAtl. fiillnn fif 'VfJIIWM P...I1U ... ..wVH. these accounts havo been standing six years or inoro, nnl no attention has been given to bills repeatedly tout. Tiicao old accounts mutt lo paid at once or we will bo coiupclied to placo tlicm in ilio hands of a justice. Wo intend sending out bilk to all indebted to the Democrat cither fur subscription, job work- or advortixins, and liopo our debtors frill favor U3 -villi a prompt losponso. Salt River. r It is the duty of public journalists to asairt in enlightening the awoplo on till matters of tnful inttwi.f'- TfirvA lltt Willi fft.4 ftlllfl.! ! ntld as a misapprehension to wide spread us to 'be worthy of the appellation universal, pre kv.iww. -..,. o - ' , vails, respecting the Salt Kiver status of a defeated political party, wo shall pro ceed to ...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 18 November 1868

Wcdnccdnj, November 18, 1SCS. tSfStr. ELcrilT wtlen in another column of 0 &tj' DoocRAT. r jSAiTUS, potalocn, lornlpe, and cab bage, taJcn on fulfcriptinn to the Demo COAT, 'ihg hnhcft market price allowed. t, .... ' BSLTlii: cxtonubn of the Court House is completed, mid is a decided improvement to the loildirg, Wide will prove a verytfrcnt convenience to all wbo uttend and conduct the courts. - i JCT We learn from tlto Mttonum tlmt'a party of hunters from Miltou recently went to the mountains deer hunting, and return ed with three of tho coveted animals. They report tho game as plenty. BQpTflB Radicals of Berwick talk of having an ox-roast, over which to become jolly pn account of tho election cf Giant. Would it not be better to give the ox, &c , to the poor. tfir We have been authoratively inform ed that a dog, owtied by Caleb Apploman, in Hemlock township, hai caught fifteen oooos this season. This "dorg" in ahead so far as heard from. Unltws some of tho back townships be...

Publication Title: Bloomsburg Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bloomsburg democrat. — 18 November 1868

1 FARM AND OA RDM? I'lcfnl Hint. ' .. Now mitoh cows should bo cuidod daily. They like it, nnd it payn. ' Tho potato U a grout oht orber of potrdi. Therefore wood a lioa at o a good manuru for it. ' Tut a ftff live fuh into welle, if ftnglu worms inlwt (hum. If tho roots of trees nro dipped intowutor Just beforo planting, the earth that sticks to 'them will give iuimcdiato support to tho amall fibers. John Jolmsoii tiy that farmers tnuxt give epccial uttvntion to sheep and cattlo keep ing if they want to umko grain growing more profitable Calcined platter is ns good a fertilizer as tho unclaimed, but it id usually wasted lifter its use in tho arts. Some ono says if salt is kept before a borne in the .table, bo will not guaw his umugcr. ' Trial will tell. Hoot crops, not grain, are tho thing for young orchards. They do not steal so much tree food. Toads are capital helpers in taking care of vino patches. Experiment seem to prove that fence posts ici up the reverse way from which they...

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