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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

fSMHF 11 IP II IN 1 illllilp riiAXK moiittmeu, ) Editor and l'ro2rictor. C AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER TermH! JX r . - , . , nui m jju, One Dollar 2er Year. "Vol. IV. J Published Weclly, At, Xcw RloomficM, rcnn'a. FRANK MORTIMER. BCnSCRII'TTOX THUMB. ONE DOLLAR PEll YEA II I IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING HATES. ' Transient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. U " . " two Insertions. 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c., Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, Including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " " ' 16 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. The Bank Robbery ! A GOOD STORY. ' ' TT is not of the least nso to argue tlio X question, father. Tell ino plainly, yes or no, and I will bother you no moro about it.'' I cannot indulge you in this, Harry. In deed, yon should be...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

2 UNCLE HENRY'S RETURN. OR NOT AT HOME. AN elderly man shabily, attired was seen walking through one of the fashionable streets in a large city one cold December day. His coat was coarse gray and had evidently seen hard service, though still whole and neat. The trav eler walked slowly along, as I have said, examining carefully as ho passed, the names on the door plates, lie finally paused before a dwelling of showy exteri or, which if we may credit the testimony of the plate upon the door, was occupied by Alexander Beaumont. "Alexander Beaumont?" Yes that's the house." murmured the traveler to himself, as he ascended the steps and rang the door bell ? Ills summons was answered by a ser vant who, after a moment's . scrutiny, which was not apparently of a favorable character, said roughly. ' Well sir what do you want ?'! "Is Mr. Beaumont at homo?" asked tho old man : without heeding the inten tional rudeness. " No, sir, he is not." " Then perhaps I can see his wife ?" " I think it is ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

tljc time, New JSioomftdi), po. ' ' va.jLj . unit bhiikh s rrug. CHEAP GOODS! TH R snliscrlher having owned a now Store, one door liiist of Swicr's llotH, solicits a share of the pnlilic patronage, llu has Just received a full supply of TV o w Gr o o cl s; , and will constantly keep on hand, a complete as sortment of DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, BOOTS A SHOES, HATS J: CATS. And Everything else usually kept in Stores, i f Call and see my stock. KOB'T. N. "WILMS, New ISloomllehl, Ta. 142 New Carriage Manufactory, On llian Street, East op Caumsle St., New Bloomflcld, renn'a. I milE snhspriher has built a 1arpe and cnnnnodl 1 J ous Simp on High St.. Kast of Carlisle Street, ' Mew Bloomllehl. l'a., where lie Is prepared to man ufacture to order Oil rriagos Of every description, out of the best material. Sleighs of every Style, built to order, and finished in the most artistic and durable manner. Having superior workmen, he Is prepared to furnish work that will compare favor...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

4 NEW I1LO0MFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, April 19, 1S70. Amikauy wo have reports i'rom sever al Hections of tlio country of severe thun der Htorms, in which liven have been lost. The contest in Congress over the seat in the fifth Pennsylvania district has been closed by the House awarding the seat to Colonel Taylor, who has accordingly been sworn in. Amono the cases requiring the atten tion of the coroner in the city of London for one (lay were nine cases where death resulted from starvation. No wonder the Knglish and Irish poor arc anxious to em igrate to this country. The number of murders and robber ies which occurred in Philadelphia, the porpetrators of which go undetected, would seem to indicate, that cither their detective system, or the detectives them selves need reconstructing. The Canadians are now having their annual scare over the threats of a Fenian iuvasion. The only way for them to rid themselves of that trouble is by coming under Uncle Sam's control and protec tion. Heav...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

ljc intc0, Nctii Bloomficfo, f)ct. 5 Tuesday, April 1!), 1STO. L O C A Ij J) i: I'A II T Jl 11 X T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance t Persons who receive a paper with this nrllcle marked, may know that they should mail or oth erwise send me subscription price, it they wish to continue to receive Tne Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In mind tiial idlers ieecivcd laler tlian Saturday eve niiif!. or tui! down mail on M.mtlay morning' have to lay uvor until lue following woelv. ScroRgiiia, ivc must decline your article for several reasons ; first, it is not accom panied by your name ; secondly, it is too long ; and thirdly, we don't think it worth publishing Acknowledgment is made of the receipt by mail during the past week, of one dol lar, from each of the following persons : A. F. Gast, Lewisburg; Alex. Lciby, Jliddletown ; George Wilt, Liverpool ; V. S. Sinotgh, Port Koyal ; V. 13. Carroll, Phil adelphia ; K 8. Bidclle, Columbia : James Watson, Harrisburg ; 8. P. Sam...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communications from all pcrsonsvrho an interested in matters properly belonging to this department. tCOMMOMCATEDk Useful Receipts and Suggestions. Among the best of remedies to cure eore teats of cows is to smear the teats with syrup uiolasacs beforo milking. It is cleaner and pleasauter than some other greasy remedies. A simple and very effectual remedy foi sore back in horses is a plaster made of the yolk of an egg and a tcaspoonful of turpentine. No farmer should build a house or make any other improvement without as certaining beforehand the probable cost of tho same. The preliminary expense of everything issscntial to all agricultu ral thrift, and ho who neglects it will be apt to discover his error after it is too late. Ten bushels of boiled potatoes, mashed and mixed with three bushels of finely ground corn meal, will make as much pork as double the quantity fed iu a raw KtutC. One or two applications of buttermilk will destroy lice on cat...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

ftltc tmc0, New Bloomftclu fla. Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. SOWER, RARXES & POTTS, ISooksclIers fc Stationers, And Dealers lit C URTAI N AND Nos. 530 Market ami 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ttS- Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and Brooits' Ariunnetics. aiso, Kooert's History of lao United atatcs, ielton's uullinu .dans, i:i-A:ui ooks Always on liand, and made to Order. 31t MILLER & ELDER, ISookscllcrg and Stationers, BLANK BOOK MAN UFA CTURERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND wall, iaii:k, No. 430, Market Street, 11 1'IIILADELVMA, PA. CHARLES MAGARGE & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Paper, Asx-i, &;c, Nos. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. tS- Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, ;u snort nulice. luly-il LOCiUIAJi'S Wi'itinsy Acinic! ! THIS FLUID is warranted liQUAL to Aknoli's, und is sold at lauoa less price, 'i'ne money viiil be reluiuled ut iiione uiiynit; it, if it does not prove e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 April 1870

3 Northern Central Railway. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 'Ptro'Wh and Direct Route to anil from Washing ton, Baltimore, Elmira. Erie, Buffalo, Rochester and Niagara. J"ills. ON AND AFTER HUN I) AY, DECEMBER 26. IRtiO, tho trains on the Northern Central Kail way will run as follows ; NORTHWARD. MATL TRAIN. Lwivcs IJaltlinnrc. 8.Ua.in. Ilarrlsburg, 1 p. m. Wlllianispoi t G.lo p. in., ami hit. at Elmua, ID p.m. BUFFALO EXPltESS. Leaves Baltimore, 10. It) p. m. I 1 hiri isbtirp. 2.3'ia.m. Wiiliaiusport, 7.40 a. m. Elmira. 12 noon. Arrives at Canandalgua at 3.40 p. in. FAST LINK. LeavM Baltimore 12.20 p. in. Ilarrlsburg 4.20 p.m. T.atWilliainspi)i l8.2.)p.in., and Erie at R4fa. m. CINCINNATI EXPIiESS. aves Baltimore 7.40 p.m. ar. llarrisburgll..r5p.m. YOBK AND HARRISBUKO ACCOMMODATION. Lewes York at 6.30 a. m arr. at liarrisburg 8 a.m. Emigrant Train with passenger car attached, leaving liarrisburg at 7.30 a. m., arrives at Sun bury at 11.10 a. in. sourmvAitD. MAIL TRAIN. Leave Elmira 0.15 a. m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

r .f j: 1 jv a: m o r t t mi: 11 , Editor and 1'ropriclor. '.:L::;:r: J'--Z:::::;':::i:-:v-; "Vol. IV. AX INDEPENDENT EAMILY NEWSPAPER. TVov I31ooiiifiolcl, .April ( Terms: One 1 IN ADVANCE. Dollar per Year. . Published Weekly, At New IHooiiifield, renn'a. HY FRANK MORTIMER. subscription teiimb. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR I IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING HATES. Tram tent 8 Cents per line Tor one insertion. 13 " " " two insertions. 15 " " ' tlirce insertions. Uuslncss Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted Tree. Tributes of Respect, Ac., Ten cents per line. TEAllLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, including paper, 13 00 Tlirce Squares " " " 10 00 Four Squares " " 20 00 Ten Lilies Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. Tlio Bank Robbery! A GOOD STORY. CONCLUDED. i rriHAT is a boy all over," exclaimed I he, under his breath. "Ho goes to Tinborough to dance and cat strawberries, and ho curries a pistol, loade...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

2 ljc mcs, Kcuj Bloomfidi, fJa. " Ho gave nio this, and a kiss," lie said every word a sob ; nud Mary Hough ton pressed it to her heart. Then, as a quick step sounded on the porch, she hastily thrust it into a drawer. " What shall we say ?" she asked. " I do not know. Heaven will direct us for tho best," lie replied. The step did not pause for ceremony, but canie in, and up the stairs ns if. on Homo pressing errand. Then tho door opened and Harry Houghton ran in his curls wet with the fog of tho morning, his cheeks rosy as from a rapid ride, his eyes dancing with excitement. His father and mother stood speechless and bewildered filled with a new alarm. But the boy was too busy with his own thoughts to observe his reception. Thick and last came his words, questions wait ing for no answers and narrative never pausing for comment. " What is this Bixby shouted to mc when I met him about robbers ? And what is there such a crowd at tho bank about? Did I come sooner than you ex pected me? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

l)c (grates, Hctu Sloomftcllr, J. 3 liainson, and if men will make blunders they must pay for them." " But my friend nii.stouk the house. Ho thought it was my room that he was entering, and ho thought it was I in the bed." " lint it was my si.stcr." " Well, there was nu harm in that." " How the deuce do I know, Mr Wil liamson? 1 merely know the facts in the cane, just as I have stated them, and I am bound tu have satisfaction of your friend. He must marry the lady, oven if she is coin polled to eue for a divorce the next day after." "And lose my Maria!" T yelled for getting in the a.ony of that thought the necessity for silence "Hal that's him," cried the fat gen tlemen, rushing into the room, followed by a long, thiu, peaked-chined lady of thirty-five, perhaps, whose face was the color of tan bark, and whose eyes were as red as a soldier's button-hole. " (), ho, Mr. What's-your-name," cried the tan-colored lady, springing forward, and clutching my hair, " aren't you as shamed of yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

4 ?!? 1 IS. 55--' NEW PLOOMFIELD, PHXX'A. Tuesday, April 2(i, 1S70. To the surprise ol' ne.irly every one tlie Supreme Court hut week decided not. to liear a re-iintunient of tlie suit fienera! ly known un the " Le'iil Tender Case." The consequence is that the former clecis ion declaring " that debts eontraefeil pre vious to the passage of the ' Legal Tender Act' must bo paid in ppoeie," will now be considered us k tiled. CtilKP Justich ('iiask is-apparently trimming his sails so that they may catch every breeze which may help him toreach the haven upon which he has set his heart, viz , The White House, hi the ' Legal Tender" decision in direct oppo sition to all his firmer asset tioiis. we cm easily see a bid for the Presidential nomination, Mid now he has come out in a long letter, ostensibly written, to the col ored citizens of Cincinnati, who intend to celebrate the ratification of the lii'tetntli amendment, but in re dity intended for general distribution to the newly enfran ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

l)c imcs, New Bloomftdir, 13a f of Tuesday, April 1S70. LOCAL D E I'A li T 31 E X T. Oil? TERMS -4re One Dollar a Yea r in Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with this article irtaikc.l. msiy kimw that liicv kIkiuUI mail m-otherwise send Hip subscription price, If tlioy wish to continue to receive Tin: Times. COS. RESPONDENTS will please boar In mind lieu, loiters received iaier I Hail Saturday eve. iunt:, (ir thud v,u mail mi Monday iiinmiu;: have to lay over until the following week. iiimctm mi. Tnrmmi in m n Wc ncknowleusre the receipts of sub scription price for Tuk Times (hirintr tlio past week from Georgo Fleislior, Dtivid Snyder, John Harper, Amos Ulioailes, John C. Loy, Jys. K. Cooper, Perry co. Andrew Lirfdick, North Point; J. C. Moore, Philadelphia; Kev. II. K. McConili, Macomb, Illinois ; George Fowhl, Urbana, Oluo ; James McKnight, Pittsburg. Kicked hy u Horse, On Friday evening last Mrs. Grail", the mother of Cornelius GralF, residing in Centre township, was kicked b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We inrite communications from all personsiehoare interested in matters properly belonging to thin department. IJroom Corn. A correspondent of the Inquirer writing from Nine Points, Lancas ter county, says : Broom-corn lias not received tlie cultiva tion and attention which its importance in the family of domestic plants, and the liigh price which it commands, entitles it to. To most farmers it is a crop about which they have little experience and information and now, that its cultivation is beginning to bo regarded prolitablc, many incpiiries aro made concerning it. As regards its cultivation that is the same as other corn ; the only difference is it must bo planted thicker. Manufacturers like the brush fine, and consequently the corn ought to bo planted pretty thick in tho row, and cut off before it is fully ripe, about the beginning of September ; then the brush will have a uniform color, which is very desirable, as brooms of a uniform, greenish color wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS Si. STATIONERS. SOWER, I1AUNES & POTTS, ISooItNeller & Wiuoner. And Dealers lit CUR T A I N AND wall-papers, Nos. 5:ii) Market and K3 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. tr. Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, mi.l Unions' Aril nineties. Aiso, Robert's History of mo liiiicu ataLv.?, s wmuiiu maps, XC. ZSJL.AXM: IBOOltM Always on lnvnd, and made to Order. 3H MILLER & ELDER, ISookseller, and WiaJionei'.s, HLAXK JIOUK MAXUFACTUllEliS, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL PAPEE5, No. 40, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, I'A. CHARLES 31 AG AUG E & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Nos. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. VS. Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. lulyii iiOt'iiiiAar'M THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Aunold's, and is sold at imieli less price. The money wni be refunded to those buying it, if it does not prove entirely satislae.tory. VJl-l'oi- sine by F. Moriimer, New U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 April 1870

8 ljc etiims, New Bloomftefo, J3a. 15. M. EL Y, 1S70. 1H70. Perry County Eank! THE BLOOMFIELD TIMES Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Sponslcr, .5 13 ink in & Co. OF THE Spring Trade IN itc;tb-&ttrc Slotlmta. WMAMftKEB&BBOWN THIS MONTH OPEN TO THE PEOPLE THE GRANDEST Stock of Xine Clotliiiig- For Men and Boys, that O A K HALL lias ever contained. Since last Fall we have secured the two large lots adjoining us. and liave erected upon them an Iron Front building, equal in size to our former build ing, making OAR HA 1,1- twiee a large as before, in order to accommodate the GKEA1 MASS OF PEOPLE who have become our customers. Welnvlteall our customer, with their neigh bora and friends, to pay us an early visit, to exam ine our Mammoth Buildings, and to inspect our Mammoth Stock ! WANAMAEER & BROWN, OAK HALL CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Nos. 630, 532, 534. 630 Market Street, and Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, U, 11 and 13 South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA. Send your Orders if you can't Come. 4 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

8111 Mr IN, yl JLD I II li II II WWTWW tlw !s4 PRANK MOIPTTMER, ) mutom rtor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ZnluafrieaT Vol. XV. Nov XSloom field, !,., TVIsiy 1870. IVo. 18. Js Published Weekly, At New l.loomfield, renn'si. FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. OXE DOLLAR PER YEAR! IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISINO RATES. Transient 8 Cents per lino for one insertion. 13 " " " two insertions. 15 " " " three insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Kespcct, Ac., Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, including paper, 13 00 Three 8quares " " " 16 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. Tlio Missing Letter. BY F. D. THE sun was shining coyly down upon a littlo brown house, situated on tlio outskirts of a New England village, that ap peared to be battling for a place among the grand old mountains by which it was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

s 2 l)c tmc0, New Bloomfteft, 3cu The Doctor's Secret: on THE TWO Al'OTJIECAKIES. SOME years ago there lived in a coun try town ncur Canterbury, a private gentleman named Turner, lie had an only son, who, having attained the age of fifteen, was very desirous of qualifying himself to follow the profession of an apothecary and surgeon. Accordingly his father had him bound to am emi nent surgeon of tho same place, whose name was Stevens. The young man was so attentive to his busiue.ss. that, before he was out of his time, he was universal ly allowed to bo as great a proficient in medicine as his master. His apprenticeship Icing corcludid, tho friends and acquaintances of young Mr. Turner came to make merry and upend the evening with him, as was at that time customary; and among the rest, his father, who, entering into con versation with Mr. Stevens, relative to his son s capacity ami inclinations lor his profession, at last thus addressed him : "Sir, I should grieve to find anything le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

CHEAP GOODS! mi! H MiilwiTtlicr lin vin-r opened a new Store, one L door Kast of Kwei;er's Hotel, solicits a share. ol the public palronuye. mil siil'l'iy 01 ilu lias just, received a '3T o "W J- o o cl w , Mid will constantly keep on lmnd, a complete as sortment of dr y-uoods, groceries quxhxsv'arr, hardware, hoots a shoes, hatsjt cats. Anil Everything else usually kept In Stores. Call and see my slock. TIIS NAME IN THE SAND. S 42 1I0HT. N. WILMS, Xcw liloomlield, l'a. ON lllCill KTltKKT, EAST 01' t'AKI.IKI.F. ST., Xcw Clooinficltl, I'ciiii'a. THE subscriber lias lmilt a larpc and commodl ous Shop on llicli St.. I'nst- of Carlisle Street, Jit-w ltlooinllelil. l'a., where lie is prepared to man ufacture to order Osa, i i i :i f Of every description, out of tlie best material. Sleighs of every Style, lmilt to order, and finished in the most artistic and durable manner. iiy oiooRGE p. rnnvncE. ALONE I walked the ocean strand, A pearly shell was in my hand ; I stooped, and wroto upon t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEXN'A. Tuesday, May 1S70. On the 23rd ult., Application was made to the Supreme Court, at Philadel phia, by counsel on bcluilf of several llailroad Companies for injunctions to restrain the revcuuc officers from assessing and collecting an income tax from these corporations for 1870. The bill raises the question whether the act authorizing the collection of this tax continues for 1870. The U. S. Dist. Att'y. appeared for the revenue oflicers,and after some dis cussion, it was agreed to allow the in junction to issue for the present. After hearing argument, a temporary injunc tion was granted. In financial circles the legal tenders decision continues to be the subject oi much discussion. Some argue that were the present decision to stand, every sol dier and Government contractor, whose relations withtheGoveruiiicut commenced prior to the passage of the Legal Tender Act, could now collect the difference be tween gold and greenbacks. .Several hundred thousand men con...

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