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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

ljc Stimcs, New) Bloomftctir, flJa. 5 Tuesday, May 3, 1S70. LOCAL BETA 11 I'M 12 XT. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a l'eur in Advance t Person wlio receive a paper with this article marked, may know lliatlficy should mail or oth erwise wml tile subscription prire, il' they wish to continue to receive Tim Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In miml ln.it letters leccivcd laier than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until tne following ween. Acknowledgement is made of receipt for Hiibsci'iiition since our last issno from each of the following persons, Jeremiah 8. Anderson, Jocob Bear, B. Ilinies, Miss Margaret Fickis, R. Cnthcart, J. A. McCrosky, David Warren. Samuel W. Bear, J. U. Way, John 8. Bauglinian. An iulercstin? entertainment will he fur nished sit the Bloomticld Academy, by the Junior O. U. A. JI., on Friday evening of this week. Those wiio wish to be pleasantly entertained, will of course not fail to be press.'it. A colt belonging to Mr. S...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wa inrilA communications from all pernnnmrho arc interested in mutters properly belonging lo thin department. The Farmers' Club. At the meeting of tlia Farmers' Club on the 19th ult., the following subjects ware considered : Breaking vp Ilnnl limit. A communication wan read I'rom Mr. IC. M. Dyer, of lJenninjitoii, Vermont, who said that he hail upon his l'iriu hujjo flinty rocks, which were s hard in their substance that it was impossible to drill into them. The bars used for the pur pose invariably broke or bent, and he de sired to know bow it was possible Ibr him to remove tliein ; if anything could be used on the surface to explode them. Mr. Hubert J. Dodge said that nitro glycerine placed upon the surface would break them up. Dr. Trimble stated that he would not advise the use of nilro-glycerine. In his early days he had traced burning (aunts upon hard recks, and after allowing them to get thoroughly heated, poured on cold water, which would invariably...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

ljc tmcsf Kcu) Bloomftclir, Pa. 1 Piiil.doljUii Advertisements. BOOK3LLiif?3 & S TATlOtf 23. SOiViill, IJAIiMW & POTfS, And Dealer.! in a u it t a i y AM) WALL-PAPER Mix. id.it',wi iiii.l .dmor Streets, l'lLLMJi.Li'iilA, 1'A. tS. l'ii'ii ilu'i'i dI ri.4a.b1V Nov Riudcr.4, and liro,)( Ai ,t..i u,.,; . a.h), ...).,o;l'.i ,i,.ao(y oi li)e Uinlou oi.i.o.,, re.L-.iu .-t iuk.uij .u.i E2 iii .ii. . j kj v ii ; i Always o:i u.i.i.l, a.i.l in.t.io tj Order. 31t Iii.il.Ll Jl (jw BLAS.C .iJJ.C MAS Ut'A'JI'ijili-:.iJ, An I D.i.e.s ill WINDOvV OJ.i initio ANi T T v T- 3 A I" S) -) Ji. 40 J, iiiarkot Street, 31 I'M 1 LA DELPiHA, PA. Vi'.ijlos.iio Dealers In Paper, JLils, Nos. oJ, 3J, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, l'A. V Taper any Sizo, Weight, Color and Quality, maue to orue,, at sauit noucc. ituy-ii mills FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Arnold's, JL UilU is 1 nlaci je.ii inico. liu; uio.iey Tul he ruuiiLiv.M to moe o.iyin n, I u, uuoi liut piove cm, io, j .i.a.a.acuiy. i'or na.o ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 May 1870

8 APRIL, 1H70. B. M . E B Y, Wholesale and ltctall Dealer In 1870. 1870. THE BLOOMFIELD TIMES GREAT BARGAINS Perry County Bank I Kponslcr, .Itmliin fc o. oiPEixriisra- OF THE Spring Trade -IN WftNftMAKEa&BBOWS THIS MONTH OPEN TO THE PEOPLE THE GRANDEST Stuck of Xino Olotliins: For Men and Boys, tliat OAK HALL lias ever contained. Since last Fall wc liave secured the two large lots adjoining us. and have erected upon them an 1 101 -Front biuUling. emal m size to our former 1) Hid ing making OA li HAT,I. twicV as;avBas lWoro in order to accommodate the (iUEAT MASS Of PEOPLE who have become our customers. We Invite all our customers, with their neigh bors and friends, to pay us an early visit, to exam ine our Mammoth Buildings, and to inspect out Mammoth Stock ! WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Nos. 530, 532, 534. 53fi Market Street, and Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA. Send your Orders if you can't Come. 4 15 lm 3NTOTICE TO FAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

4 1 1 dip1 1 ' r 1 lllif IN,? F R A NK M O R T TME It , Editor and Proprietor. "Vol. XV. ijc gjionnmnu (Junius. Published Weekly, At New IMooinlleld, renn'a. 11 Y FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR! IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING KATES. 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 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 " " " 10 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lilies Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. MY FIRST YEAR OF HOUSEKEEPING. BY MRS. II. C. GARDINER. r' is no fiction that I sit down to my desk to chvoniclo this evening. As I look hack through the long vista of years, and review the early days of my married life, its perplexities and cares come upheforcme in far more vivid coloi s t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

2 ljc mcs, Ncu Bloomftdu, )a. Jtoftintl dfctfott5. THE PASTING-. THERE'S something in the 'parting hour' Will chill the wannest heart To1 kindred, comrades, lovers, friends, Aro Taled all to part ; But ibis I've seen and many a pang lias pressed it on my mind The one who goes is happier, Than those ho leaves behind. 71b matter what the journey he Adventurous, dangerous, far To the wild deep or bleak frontier, To solitude or war Still something cheers the heart that dares In all of human kind ; And thoso who go are happier. Than those they leave behind. The bride goes to the bridegroom's home, With doubt ings and with tears, Cut does not Hope her rainbow spread Across her cloudy fears? Alas ! the mother who remains, What comfort can she find, But this the gone is happier Than the one she leaves behind ? Have you a friend a comrade dear An old and valued friend ? Bo sure your term of sweet eoncourso At length will have an end ! And when you part as part you will O, take it not unkird....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

ljc imcs, Nair Bloomftclir, ia. J"nVTES 13. CLARK, MANUrACTCItF.lt AND llKAl.Klt IN Stores, Tin and Sheet Iron "Ware New Blooinflcld, Perry co., I'a., . K'EKI'S constantly on hand every article usually . kept in a lirst-class establishment. All tlie latest stylos and most improved larlon' :m3 Iii4'at'M Wlovos, TO 15UIIN KITHKU COAL OU WOOD! ti Spout iii(j and Hootlne: put up in tlio limit durable manner and at reasonable prices, ("ail and examine liis stock. SI 3fcw Carriage Manufactory, On High Stiicet, East ok Caiu.isi.e St., Xcw Bloomfiild, rciin'a. rpilK subscriber lias ImHt a lar?e and conimodi X oils Shop on High St.. Kast of Carlisle Street, New HloonilirM. I'a., where lie is prepared to man ufacture to order On ! i i si g1 e s Of every description, out of the lcst material. Sleighs of every Style, luiiit to order, and llnislied In the most artistic and durable manner. ttW.Havinir superior workmen. lie is prepared to furnish work that will coninaic favor iiililv Willi the bes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, May 10, 1870. The committee on pensions have re ported adversely on the petition of Mrs. Lincoln for u pension, and jet tlie gener al impression in Washington appears to be that the pension will bo granted. If the members feel that the amount ashed for can be spared, it ctcma to us that the country would be acting more justly to increase the pensions of the maimed soldiers who depend upon the pittance received from the government for their daily bread, rather than to pay a pension to one who according to testimony offered is worth sufficient to live comfortably. Pensioning a person worth $50,000 while some starve on a monthly pittance of $8,00, is not exactly the thing for a re publican government to do ; and from tes timony offered to the senate committee, it was proved that Mrs. Lincoln possessed property variously estimated to bo worth from thirty to seventy thousand dollars. Under these circumstances we do not think she has any claim for a peus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

ljc SKmcj, New ISloomftclir, )a. Tuesday, May 10, 1S70. LO CAL D E PA 11 T M E N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance I Persons who receive a paper with this articlo marked, may know that thev should mail modi. erwise send llio subscription price, U they wish to continue to receive The Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please hoar In mind tiiul leilurs received later than Saturdayeve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning' have to lay over until tin; following week. Acknowledgement is liiude of receipt for subscription sinco our last issue from each of tho following persons. John Shannon, Thomas W. Gray, Thos. II. Milliiin, Samuel K. Smith, Dr. 1). 1$. Millikeit, Geo. W. Stajnbuugh, Huston Mc Nauylitoii, Georgo llencli, J. li. Black, Jacob Eshulman. All of Perry county. J. J. Black, Renova ; Win. MeCiure, Sr., Morning Sun, Iowa ; Win. Thomas, Stock Yard, Illinois; John A. Fowhl, Urbana, Ohio ; Georgo W. Crist, Freeport, Illinois ; J. A. Brunei-, Deliana, Ohio. 'he Young: Man rec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

6 ljc dimes, Kcid Bloomftclfc, $la. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We imHla communication from all prrmnntrho art interested in multem projicrlu belonvluy to IhU department. Salting' Cabbnpo Plants. O. W. T., liahway, N. J., considers salt necessary to tho development of the cab bage, especially in places far front the coast, lie finds them more crisp, of bet ter flavor, and to keep better when salt is used, than without. lie uses it ns fol lows : "A few days after setting out t he plants, and when they are damp, cither after a rain or when the dew is on, I take a small dish of fine salt and walk among tho rows, sprinkling a little pinch of salt on tho centre of each plant when the leaves begin to grow. 1 repeat the salt ing, and when the centre leaves begin to form the head, I apply salt agaiu, scat tering it over the leaves ; after this I look them over occasionally, and if I find any plants that do not head well or ap pear diseased, I sprinkle the salt over freely; this will save all s...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

ljc Qtimcs, Kcid Blaomftelir, $Ja, 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISooI&c31era micl fttatiosncrs, I1I.AXK JIOOC MAXUEACTUllEltS, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WAWi PAPKK, No. 430, Market Street, 81 PHILADELPHIA, l'A. CHARLES M AO AUG E & CO., Wholesales Dealers in No.i. 33, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. - Paper any Size, Weiuht, Color ami Quality, Made to order, at short notice. lulyll SOWER, liARNES & POTTS, Ilooksclicra & ftiaiioners, And Dealers in C U 11 T A I N AND WALL-PAPEM?, Nos. 530 Market ami 523 Minor Streets, PHI LA 1) EL PHI A, PA, - Pu'.ili ihers of Sanders' New Headers, and Rroo,(V Aiiliiiiieties. Also, Robert's History of the United ritates, Helton's Outline Maps, &e. KJLAitf K BOOKN Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t Wi-Uin; JJluicl ! THIS FJ.UID Is warranted EQUAL to Arnold's, and is sold at union iess priue. 'I'ue money wnl bo luunidcd to iiio.su buying it, il il doe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 May 1870

3 APRIL,1870. OF THE Spring Trade IN- $tnbn-iitiit lolljht0. BROWN THIS MONTH OPEN TO THE PEOPLE TUB GRANDEST Stuck ol Xino Clotliin For Men and Boys, that OAK HALL lias ever contained. Since last Fall we liave secured the two larg lots adjoining lis, aim nave crecieu l" Front building, equal in size to our former biiild fcig, making OAK HAM- twice ojlnrp eJH lH!l..rc. bi order to acconunodato the UK HA I MASS OI' PEOPLE who have become our customers. We Invite all onr customers, with their neigh boss and friends, to pay ns an early visit, to exam ine our Mammoth Buildings, and to inspect our Mammoth Stock I WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Nos. 630, 532, 534. 53G Market Street, and Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA. Send your Orders If you can't Come. 4151m'' NOTICE TO FARMERS AND MERCHANTS I THE attention of Farmers and Merchants is called to the following LOW RATES charged by the LEBANON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Jonestown, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

HI I IS rf 11 5 P II! IBP mi an tr i r ib, i " J1 HANK MORTIMER, 1 Editor and Proprietor. ( Vol. TTV. J3 Published Weekly, At New Bloom field, renn'a. ny FRANK MORTIMER. BPBSCllirTION TEU5I8. OA'Ji DOLLAR PER YEAR! IN advance. ADVERTISING IIATE8. Tramieiti8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 12 " " " two insertions 15 " " " thrco 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. YEAUI.Y ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per yeur, including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " ' jg qq Four Squares " " go 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. The Stolen Sovereigns. AN ENGLISH STORY. WHEN I was sixteen years of age, I was sent for a couple of years' su perior polishing, to an establishment for young ladies, kept by a very distinguished lady whom I will call Mrs. Furnival. Mrs. Furnival prided herself on receiving pupils of the first-cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

2 Qtljc mcs, Nod Bloomftelu, k. party ; but I pleaded headache, and got up to my room. To tell the truth, 1 was anxious to be there before Myra, for I wautedto think quietly as to what I should do. It was a horrible secret for a wo nan to bo burdened with, and I could not de cide what to do with it. I sat on my bed there thinking and utill perplexed, gradu ally unfastening my ornaments and ball dress, when Myra's step approached quietly, and in another instant she enter ed. " Then you are not in led after all, Ethel," she said throwing herself careless ly on the sofa, and beginning to tear-off her bracelets in ncr usual impatient lasu ion. " What have you been doing 1 " Thinking," I said gravely. ' Thinking I and of what ? What Cap tain Taylor was saying with such cm-prcssmi-nt as he took leave?" " No, Myra, of something more more" And then my courage i'ailcd me, and I could say no more; but hurriedly begin ning to undress, I threw myself into bed and drew the curtains, to hide the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

3 BANKING HOUSE HENRY CLEWS & CO. (United States Treasury Buildings) No. HZ Wall Street, x. r, rpiTfi business of our House Is (lie same. In all rcspecK as dial of an Ineorporate Hank. Chocks anil Draft upon us pass through the Clear ing HoUSe. Corporations, Firms, and Individuals keeping lSuuk Accounts Willi us. either in Currency or Cold, will be allowed Kive l'er Cent. Interest per annum, on all daily balances, and can cheek at s!j5ht without notice. Interest credited and Ac count ('uncut rendered Monthly. We are prepared at all times to make advances to our Dealers on approved Collaterals, at market rate. Certificates of Deposit Issued, payable on d lnand. or arter llxcd date, bearing Interest at the current rate, and available in all parts of tlx country. Collections made promptly everywhere in the United States, Canadas ami Kurope. Dividends and Coupons promptly Collected, We buy, sell, and exchange all issues of Govern ment 15onds at current market prices. Orders executed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

4 NEW ULQOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuenday, May 17, 1S70. The International Yacht race came oil' in England, last week, resulting in a complete victory for the Americana. Anotueu Prize l'ijiht ha3 disgraced the country. This time it occurred near New Orleans, between Mace and Allen. Mr. Joseph II. Lewis, Mr. Golliday's successor as Representative from Ken tucky, took his seat in the House last week. The Customs Collector at Corpus Chris ti, Texas, reports to the Treasury Depart ment that while encamped sixty miles from llio Grande, he was robbed by a portion of his military escort, of $12,810 in spe cie, custom funds. The McFarlaxd trial has at last ended, resulting as nearly all murder tri als do in New York, in a verdict of ac quittal. It is not yet known who Mc Farland's next victim w'.ll be, but as he now lias a license to kill, it is fair to pre sume lie may take vengeance on some juore of his enemies. PuniNa the past week considerable trouble has occurred in France. In quite a number o...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

5 ( lit lillcinrnfiflb 0 hltfS. I wJowd feow, generally known as black CTfS'- GIT (3) CI Tuesday, May 17, 1870. LOCAL D E P A 11 T M E X T. OUR TERW1S Are One Dollar a Year in Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with tills article marked, may know that they should mail or oth erwise so ml the subscription price, if they wish to continue to receive Tlie Tunes. CORRESPONDENTS will please hear In mind liiiti letters received later than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following weeK. Jim, living in Newport, was charged with attempting to commit a gross outrage on the person of a little girl about 12 years of age, residing in that borough ; being prevented from accomplishing his purpose only by an older sister hearing her cries for assistance and coming to her rescue. A party was then got together, and a court presi ded over by Judge Lynch was held, when it was decided to give the fellow thirty or forty lashes on the baro back. This sen ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We imHtc communication from all persons who are interested in matters properly belonging to thit Ueparttnent. COMMUNICATED. Facts About Poultry. The following facta regarding my expe rience with poultry, may bo interesting to some of your readers: We kept over winter ten liens, and two birds of the male persuasion. They are all Urahmas. From December 27th, to April 2Gth, inclusive of both dates just four months we obtained 400 eggs, 2 1-13 cents, 83 clucks S 5 cents, Total, They cost, 110 eggs to hatch 2 1-12 cents, 7 bushels of corn 75 cents, Total, Balahco in favor of poultry, $8 33 4 15 13 48 $3 20 C 25 7 54 $4 04 For attending them, we have about twelve bushels of compost, (in my opin ion) equal in value to as much commer cial guano. The compost is nuido by sprinkling road dust (the dryer the better.) over the droppings, occasionally, to the depth of an inch or more. This absorbs and retains the ammonia ; and keeps the hen-house free from offensive and...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

tljc QRmtt, Hew Bloomftclii, . 13a. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISooSiseller and Niaiioiicrs, PLANK HOOK MANUFACTURERS, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL FAPfiZl, No. 430, Market Street, SI PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAOARGE & CO., Wholesale- Dealers In Paper, JLfcsig-js, !k;o., No. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. tt. Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made lo order, at short notice. 101y4l SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, ISooksellers & Stationers, And Dealers m CURTAIN AM) wall-papers, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, . PHILADELPHIA, PA. tS- Publishers ot Sanders' New Headers, and Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, liobert's History of tiie United States, Felton's Outline Maps, &c. KLAXK IS002S Always on hand, and mado to Order. 31t ILOOIJIAX'S "Writiiig- Jluid ! THIS FLUID Is warranted EQUAL to Aunoi.d's, and is sold at much less price. The money will be refunded to those buying it, if it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 May 1870

3 ljc Grimes New Bloomftcli pcu OFEisriiNra- OP THE Spring Trade IN f titbfi-iit&t lttljt0. WANAMaKERSBROWN THIS MONTH OP.EVV TO THE PEOrLE THE GRANDEST Stock of Xino Olotliing- For Men and Boys, that OAK HALL lias ever contained. Since last Fall we have secured the two large lots adjoining.;. wAhinntnl iront Dunumu, cMini hi y , : tug, making oak. hai-l w'VVS'1p Vf a Vi 0 order to accommodate the GKI'.Al MASS U PT.Ol US WUO liaVC UCUUIIIU Ulll tiwiumvia e. OF We Invite all our customers, with their neigh bors and friends, to iay us an early visit, to exam Ine our Mammoth Buildings, and to inspect our Mammoth Stock ! WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL CLOTIIING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 630, 532, 634. 536 Market Street, and Nos. 1, 3. 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 South Sixtli Street, PHILADELPHIA. Send your Orders if yon can't Conic. 4151m NOTICE TO FAEME11S AND MERCHANTS! THE attention of Farmers and Merchants Is called to the following LOW KATES charged by the LEBANON MUTUAL FIKEINSURANCE CO., of...

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