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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

LI "d MOT II I VX a. Wf nil fri k fn fr w ir i i i ii it ii I'ti HI! t liiP TER,-.p.rvoa AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. V"01. VrIX. IVow 13 loom field, IPn,., Tuesday, January 7", 1873. TVo. 1. IS PUDJJSURD BVBnT TUX9DAT MORNING, DT PSA1TE HOETIHES & CO., At New Bloomneld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Bteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared . to do all kinds ot Job-Printing tu ool style and at Low Prices. The Carrier's Address TO THE PATRONS OP The Bloomfleld Times. All hall the dawn of the glad new Yearl May health, success and plenty cheer The contented minds, and larders nil, o And blessings be heaped on blessings still ! Is the wish which the Carrier puts Into rhymes, For all the Patrons of the llloomfleltX Times. In the year that has passed, each Import- . ant event Was detailed as It happened, In the papers that went To our thousands of readers: And the record will show We omitted no news It was useful to know ; And now at Its close, let us...

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. — 7 January 1873

1 Two Deacon's in a Fix. D BACON TARBOX, I'm a vir- toons woman, and I've tried to be a good and Christian wife, and for me to be treated in this way, I declare it's a burnin' shame !" The speaker was Mrs. Jerusha, tlio wifo of Dr. Amadous Brown, and tho sceno was the library of the deacon's house in the village of Oak Hollow. Mr. Brown had worked herself into quite a heat of scarlet excitement, and the deacon sat in his arm chair, looking at her with a troubled ex- - pression through his gold-bowed spectacles. "So 'tis; so 'tis," said the deacon, "if your suspicions are correct. You say that , your husband visits tho parson's wife every day?" " Every individual day for tho last three weeks. Don't I know it? Haven't I watched him ? I've stood it jest as long as I kin, and now I'm goin' to speak out. I'll have a divorce, that I will. 1-et him run away with that little pink and white doll baby if ho wants to. He'll find out one of these days who kin cook his vittles best, and mend his...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

The U. H. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the following plan for consideration to neb persons who wish to become members: The payment of 81 X DOLLARS on application. FIVK DOLLARS annually for Forn teaks, and hereafter TWO DOLLARS aninially dining; life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the aeatn of each member, which for the Fmsr Class Is as follows: 'Age I mint w went Age A "foment 15 DO 28 73 .1H 61 2M 74 37 m 30 75 18 ttl 31 77 as t(4 .12 7t 20 6 ' 33 81 ii m at at 22 7 SS 23 8 36 24 ( 37 87 2i" 70 38 88 2 71 39 811 27 72 40 SHI 41 !I2 54 1 70 42 IM 65 1 80 43 M M 1 92 44 l8 57 2 04 45 1 00 68 2 IU 4rt 1 00 50 2 28 47 1 12 80 2 40 48 1 18 81 2 45 40 1 24 62 2 5H 50 1 30 63 2 55 51 1 40 m 2 60 52 1 50 65 2 65 M 1 60 Will entitle a member to a certificate of OXK THOUSAND DOLLARS, to be paid at Ills death to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death way occur. A member, or his heirs, may name a successor; .but If notice of the death of a mi'iuber to the Sec re...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

4- lilt Sloomfitlb Stmts. NEW BL00MF1ELD, PENN'A. lucsday, January 7, 1873. John F. Haktbankt, Governor oloot, will be inaugurated on the 21st day of January, that being the third Tuesday of the month. Tfie Prof. West affair of Dover, Del., is creating a wide and decided sensation. West's life being insured for $25,000, it is said the Insurance Companies will try to have him acquitted of murder, as, if he is hung, they must pay the policy to his wid ow. Tun high wind at Buffalo a few days since blew the water out of the river, so that the supply pipe to the resevoir, that supplied the city with water was left dry, and the city was without water. All fac tories worked by steam had to suspend op erations. The President has signed the bill to re duce the expenses and oflicers of the Inter nal Revenue Bureau, which passed Con gress a few days ago, and the work of putting the new law into practical opera tion will be commenced immediately. The bill, it will be remembered, legislates all ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

mji mmis, -Wvo MlbonticW ljt il00mfoli,fimts. Tuesday, January 7, 1873. LOCAL DETAKTMENT. ra w. I Ju. Feb. ttt. ipr. ; June Jilf iog. fcpt. Oct Hot. Dm. .Hi J 11 II 18 It is n'ub l i viii n an t M MitijiB ni I! t t 10 11 IB II IP 8 M.M. is is i lie 10,11 H M It 16 17!ll II 2T S4i6 M.H' 11 ta M ''t"i II lit IB iris in IT a a! t 10 11 lfl II 18 MM join,... m it "il-i-f T ! 9 RT t 10,11 I lfl W M M.I 14! 16 IT fl M win . I' I 1110 liiliT 93,14 11 ll'lt K;M It H t4!l6 10 90 ffl'tl T 0127 iBS, it 14 16 1ft IT II H Iio'ivii t 18 ti ll so n STiU t '"!' 11111 It 18, 1 ) KIM V le i sn ,M.VT IflilT 11 liM KiH, 1 I I I T I B 10 II lllll H 1 1 i tiifl! 'lft'le IT IB 19 m fl n u H,t f,r 14 Ik1! IT in n m m m k n To Subscribers. Will subscribers oblige us by looking at the dates oil, the direction labels of their papers. If the subscription ex pires with this month, and they wish to con tinue to receive The Times, a prompt re newal of their subscription will save us the trouble of removing the na...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

6 Ijc tries, - fa Bloomficlir, )au v foe fjJIaamfieltr Stmts. Tuesday, January 7, 1S73. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communlcationsfrom all personswho are interested in matten properly belonging to this department. The Market Talue of Short Horn Cattle. The Irih Farmer' ' Gazette, of recent date gives an account of a sale of sixty-one bead of cattle, which averaged 253 each. " A bull brought the asUunding sum of 1,733 10; a calf nine days old, 202 10 ; another, two months old, fetched 525; and a cow, 045. These are facts which the croakers who go about, shaking thoir heads and declaring that short-horn breeding is on the decline, will do well to ' mark, learn and inwardly digest.'" The price of the bull in gold would bo over eight thousand dollari, or in currency, about nine thousand five hundred dollars! Animals of rare blood, bred On this side, have recently been exported to Great Brit ain, where they brought enormous prices on account of the strains of blood to which they b...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

Ijc imc0, New Dloomficfo, J)ri, THE GBEAT WEEKLY ! Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. IIUMOSOUS ITEMS. The Harrlaburg Patriot." "The Weekly Patriot" Gratis ! To every new subscriber to TIIE PATRIOT for tbe jear 1873, whose name, accompanied by Two Dollars, Is received after this date and prior to January next, and we will send thepa per forthe REMAINDER OF W2, GRATIS. The favorite Weekly, THE HARRlSBURfi PATRIOT, la now a MAMMOTH FOLIO, and contains more Reading Matter than any other paper published In Pennsylvania. It furnishes all the Political and General news of the current week In condensed form. It gives an accurate report of the MARKETS f New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pitts, burg and Harrlsburg. Its Literary Department contulns Tales, Es says, Poetry, etc., by the best American and Enropean writers. It will give full and accurate reports of Leg islative Proceedings and of the doings of the Constitutional Convention. Dur...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 January 1873

8 l)c jmt0,.:Nttp;jBloomfitfo Ma. Terrible Accident. A vory sad acoldout happened on the af ternoon of the 24th, ult., to a train on the Ruffalo Cony and Pittsburg R. R. The accident happened near Protpoct depot, and was caused by the breaking of the flange of a wheel which threw the cars from the track. When the ears struck, the trucks orashed through the bottoms of them, and as the stoves of the passenger car were directly under the trucks they were crushod to pieces, and immediately the wood-work of the cars .took Are. The wood-work of the passenger car thickly coated as it was with varnish, burned freely, and bofore anything could be done by the force at hand to pre vent it, the flames enveloped both ends of the car and crept rapidly towards the cen tre. Penned within it at this time, with no possible chance to extricate themselves, were forty-three adult passengors, the con ductor and one child. Of those seated in the euds of the car none escaped, but help arriving, about twent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

tlltlfk 111! 1 mil mm 1 1 1 If 111 .it - a r i r a i it: a i itiar r i a; s r( n i in hi Te ir" AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "?'.' Vol. "V"!!. IVgav Uloomileltl, DPn,., Tuesday, J miliary 14, 1873. IV o. 2. Stoomfidb Sinus. IS PUBLISUBD EVERT TUESDAT MORNING, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfield, Terry Co., Ya. Beln provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-rresses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Jon-l'rlntlng in good style and at Low Trices. ADVKRTIStJf G KATKSl Traruimt 8 Cent per line for one Insertion. 12 " " two insertions 15 "three Insertions. Bnslness Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marrlaees or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Inch one year Two inches " " $10,00 118.00 M.For longer yearly adv'ts terms will bo given upon application. For the nioomtleld Times. LOST FOB YEARS. BT JOS. H. IUIIMAN. LOST for years, lost for years Mourned In sighs and mourned in tears ( ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

Ije tmcs, New Bloomftelir, pa CATCHING! A COUNTERFEITER. A Detective's Adventure. MY name is no matter I am called Tony. " I have never been a mem ber of the regular polico, and I hoie the vanity will be pnrdonod when I Bay that I consider., my occupation a grade or two above it. , I have a partner in business whoso real name 1 have no right to make public. He is a coarBO-featnred person and is capable of converting himself by means of dress into one of the most rough-looking and re pulsive of men. Wliilo in one of the meanest of his disguises, some one gavo him the name of " Slouch," and this rath er repulsive title, attached to him at first in a spirit of pleasantry, is now about the only namo by which I address him. Ho is a good-hcartcd fellow ; muscular and coura geous, and he has, in more than one in stance, rescued mo from great peril, if not actually saved my life. Slouch lias a rcmarkablo faculty of read ing crimo on tho face. His conclusions nro generally correct yet how ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

c tmc0;-rNiiU'fifoomftcl5; flla. The V. B. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the following plan for consideration to uch persons who wish to become members: The payment of MX DOLLARS on application. FIVKDOLLAHH annually for FOt'H yeahs, aim thereafter TWO DoLLAltS annunlly during life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death of each member, which for the l'liiST Class Is as follows: Ammm- A SWUM- liw.nt ment & 17 W 19 I? 22 23 24 2S 2.1 27 60 28 73 41 l2 M 1 70 61 2H 74 42 IH W 1 HO 62 . 3U 75 43 W Ml 1 W (U 81 77 44 (to 57 2 04 64 32 79 4S 1 00 68 2 ID 65 at 81 46 1 (It) 69 2 28 66 34 83 47 1 12 60 2 40 67 85 85 48 1 18 61 2 45 68 - 36 86 49 1 24 62 2 50 61) 37 87 50 1 30 63 2 55 70 88 - 88 61 1 40 64 2 60 71 39 89 62 1 60 03 2 05 72 40 90 63 1 60 Will entitle a member to a certificate of ONE THOUSAND DOLLAKH, to lie paid at hWdcatll to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever snch death may occur. A member, or his heirs, may name a successor; but If notice of the...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

4 l)c imc0, NeuTBloamftelir, )cu NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, January 14, 1873. Thk Lkdoeii Almanac, makes Its ap pearance again this year and contains its usual amount of valuable information. An edition of one hundred thousand is printed so that each subscriber to that valuable paper may have a copy. New Yorkers, and in fact tho whole country, have had a surprise in the con viction of Stokes, for the murder of Col. Fisk. When the jury brought in a verdict of murder In tho first dogrce, the prisoner, and the court, and even tho prosecuting attorney, seemed perfectly astounded. Not but what all considered it a just verdict but justice has so long slumbered in that city, that all supposed it was past awaking. Tho court has sentenced Btokes to be hung on the 26th of February, tho sentence being pronounced just ono year from tho day of the murder. His counsel has filed a bill of exceptions, for the purposo of obtaining another trial, and somojudgo may yet be found who will cheat ju...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

ljc Sinus, New Blooinftelir, flla. luesday, January 14, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. n s Ju. Feb. Bit. Apr. B.j June si . ... 1 t I 4' I T 8 9 lo'll It I'MllVlflllTll 1 si re m m n M ; n ao.aij. ..(... '"!' " t 1 11,14 lall.'ia 14 rlin i 3o n st ss I 9ft9497j99 m to I "i "i "a "i !' r t 9!io nlit it 1 IftllA IT'lB.l 90 I 99 Kltl.tVM 91 1,96,90 ... ... ... ... . ... ... 1 I ' 4 II 4 T I 9.10.11 1,11 14 14 14 IT II '30 9199 9JT44 H 1 July Aug. Bept. Oct, Not. Dm. It 1l'l4 19 30 VI M.n.n, 1 10 M MM ilojn I U 1114 19 !! 1ft fli!7 mliT'te, t 10111 aim n l 14117118 1 10,11 ... .. ) J f 8 0 10 9 n ao,ni... i ,i'"'"Tl i I 19 19 14 14 lit 90 91 99 i 94.91199 99 . . -jl-jl-j I 10 11 19 19 n ui 18 19, JO 141B!1 IT 21 M W 24 3S toiao ai t i 4 ft e t rio iiiiiln u 1S10 1TI1H 16 90 21 Sa.MlttiM.tl SB 'lla'lTlu 19 tn 1 19 aa M t,aa r i,9:ao n ...I. .j.. B......l....,.i... To Subscribers. Will subscribers oblige us by looking at the dates on the direction labels of tlioir papers. If the subscription ex ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

6 ljc imc0, Ncm Bloomftclir, JJcu Tuesday, January 14, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Tlowlng by Steam. On tlio 8th of November, on the seed farm of D. Landrctb, at Bloomsdalo, near Bristol, Bucks county, Pennsylvania, a trial was made of the "Williamson road and field steamer," under the supervision of the inventor, D. D. Williamson, of Now York. The experiment is reported as en tirely successful. Mr. Williamson's inven tion is an improvement on the "Thompson road steamer" of Great Britain, consisting mainly in the attachment of vulcanized rubber tires in such a way as to prevent the wheels from sinking in soft soil, or compressing it to an injurious degree. Tho report represents that tho steamer con sumes about one ton of coal per day ; re quires for working it an engineer, fireman, and " a boy to drive a water cart ;" can bo used for driving thrashing and other ma chines ; will draw from twenty to thirty tons of freight in wagons on any fair coun try road ; will turn on a space n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Adyertiseracnts. Fbiladelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS No Person can take these Bitters accord in 5 to directionSi and remain long unwell, provided heir bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and tlie vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. Dy1ieptla or TntHerestlon Headache, Vain tn the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, biz tiness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Had Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar ante&of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon percep tible. For Inflammator...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 January 1873

8 l)t imc0, New Bloomftdit, Jlci. A Woman and Throe Children Burned to Death. On Wednesday evening, about 6 o'clock, nu accident of a very distressing charact er occurred at the residence of Mr. Thom as Carr, noar Morton station on the line of the West Chester and Philadelphia rail road, about ten miles from the city. Some of the neighbors were startled by .loud cries which emanated from the house and upon rushing to the premises, found the contents of one of the lower rooms iu flames. Mrs. Carr was burned in a horrible man ner, and was in the last agonies of death. Three children who were in the roomwere also badly burned. The injured persons were removed and then those who had reached the scene obtained buckets of water and extinguished the flames before they had extended beyond the room in which it originated. Mr. David Anderson, who was among the first to arrive and was foremost in extinguishing the Are, had his hands severely burned. Mrs. Carr was dead when taken from the house...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

majm''''mA''mlmm'otm'mna mm Win, r W. ijfcnt ffll ft m ffll fi AMR TERMS tr.aa Per v Year,) CE. it 5 Cents for 0 Months 40 Cts.for 3 months. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JJV AD VAN "Vol. VII. IVew T31oomfleltl, JPii., Tuesday, Janunry 31, 1873. IV o. 3. 18 PUBLISHED EVSUT TUESDAY MORNING, BY FRANK MOSTIMEB & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Bclne provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do alt kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING BATES I Trantimt 8 CcnU per line for one Insertion. J3 " " ' twolnsorllous 15 three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents .per line. Notices of Marrloees or Deaths Inserted free. 1 Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. ' YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. 0e Inch one year 110,00 Two Inches " " 1 18.00 t.For lonRer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. ONLY A LITTLE CLOUD. TAKE courage 'tis a little cloud That soon will pass away j The hearts tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

Ijc mc0, New Bloomfieft, )a. "We'll contrive to Intercept them," whispered the policeman. " You just stand here with your two pistols, and I'll find my way down, so as to surprise them. If they show fight, fire." lie crept down stairs. I waitod, tremb ling a little, but resolute. The men tramp ed about for a while, and said something about a dray around the corner. Presently they gathered in tho parlor, and began to take up the carpet, thinking, no deubt they were working for Mr, Robert Haynes. Then tho Star posted himself at the back door and culled me down by sign. It was quick work. The poor fellows turned pale the jobbers when they saw the pistols. The three were marched off in order, and in a few hours after Star and were entering the crowded passago of the B depot. We wended our way to the ladies' room. Mrs. George was there, as beautiful, as cool, as graceful as ever. When I pointed her out. "The devil !" blurted Star ; " I thought you said she was ugly. That woman? Thunder a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

3 2e V. li. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the following plan for consideration to noli persons who wish to become members: The payment of SIX TWIXAItd on application, FIVE miLLAHH annually for folb ykaks, anil thereafter TWO DOLLAKS annually durliiK life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the (loath of each member, which for the First Class Is as follows: 1 70 80 1 H2 2 04 2 111 2 28 2 40 2 45 2 00 ' 2 65 2 60 2 65 Will entitle a member to a certltlcate of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to be paid at his death to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death may occur. A member, or his heirs, may name a successor! but it notice of the death of a niemlier to the Sec retary Is not accompanied with the name of a suc cessor, then the Society will put In a successor and fill the vacancy, according to the Constitution of the Society. Should the member die before Ills four pay ments of five dollars are made, the remaining un paid part will be deducted from the one Thmtmml Dollar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

4 fti fllnnrnfielh Stmts. rs- eg Cg"" NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, January 21, 1873. At a State temperance Convention hold in New Haven, Connecticut, it was claimed that the needed temperance legislation could not he claimed of either the Repub lican or Democratic party, and a full ticket for State officers was put in nomination, with Henry D. Smith, of Plainville, for Governor, and A. S. Beardsloy, of Plym outh, for Lieutenant Governor. A straight out temperance platform was adopted. Pnop. Howard W. Day, editor of Our . National Progretn, the organ of the colored Republicans of this State, has been ap pointed to a clerkship in the Auditor Gen eral's office. The white man who was re moved to make a vacancy for his "colored brother" is not pleased with the arrange ment. Gen. Camehon was nominated for re election as U. S. Senator ly the Ropuhli lican Legislative caucuson Tuesday evening. Four members voted for William D. Kelley, 2 for Prof. Wickersham, and 03 for Mr. Cameron. Tho ...

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