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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 September 1874

IIS H ink tlx ": .A A. .A. TVBV m 1 j'lIlL 1111 Bjr j AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'JrJSE" "Vol. VIII. New Bloomilold, In,., Tuesday, Neptenilcr 1874. INo. 3G. Iomnfidir Sinus. 18 PUBLISH Bl BVEKT TUKBDAT MOHMNU, BT FRANZ MOETIMEB & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ya. Being provided with Ktenm Power, and large Cylinder and Job l'resne. we are prepared to do all kindn of Job-l'rliitlng In good style and at low 1'rleen. ADVERTISING ItATKBl Tratiiicnt 8 Cents per lino fhr one insertion 12 " " twolnsertlons 15 . " "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. VKor longer yearly adv'ts terms will he given upon application. AMONG THE CANNIBALS, on My Adventures at Sea. CONCLUDED. TRYING the pumps, and finding they worked freely, a gang of men went to work on them, while, rigging a whip from our yardarm, we assisted them on the En deavor, by hoisting it out in barrels. Our work began to tell, and at night we had her half pumped out, and rolling at her an ...

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. — 8 September 1874

I)C GLimcs, New Bloomftclii, Ja. pellet of lead, " I have gwt it. Keep It as a rello, to show after yon aro woll." lie Biwilcd feebly, but; twk theibullct, putting it tn a safe place hi 'Ms grasBclotb. dress. The natives bad been looking at me with considerable suspicion while I was oper ating J but their faces aemimod a more pleasant air as I removed the 'ball, und carefully dressed the wound. ... . " Do you want to come m 'board and stay until you ' hrri better T I naked my patient. 1 " I do not think I shall evor 'be better:; but would like to come, if you will receive one who has forsaken his country." " Pooh ! stop that kind of talk, and come along, as soon as I have got a state-room ready." Leaving him, I went to my vessel, and soou was prepared to receive the wounded man on a couch in tho cabin. As soon as he was disposed of, a large part of the canoes left for their various islands, from which they had departed In allied force to capture Darnsford, leaving only those who wer...

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. — 8 September 1874

ljc Stincft Nctu Blaomftcli, Pa. rrino HEST 18 THE O IX 13' A. I 13 H "X ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER, MACHINE. machine. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER &.v SINGER t,! QTwrtun Jf SINGER SINGER f N HUHU.J. IVFf singer mMm- ..MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER rpHK BINOKK BKW1NO MACHINE Is so well X known that it Is not necessary to mention ITS MANY GOOD QUAIJT1KH! Every one who has anv knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that it will do EVERY KIM) OK WOKK In a Superior Manner. The Machine is easily kept In ordr: easily op rated, and is acknowledged by all, to be the The Best Machine in the World Persons wanting a Sewing Machine should ex amine the HiniiHi', before purchasing. They can be bought on the Most Ulteral Term OF f. 3ioitTiMi:i:. NEW M.OOM FIELD. I'A., (ieneral Agent for rerrj Co. 49-Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. F. KEIM, Newport, I'u. JA8. r. LONO. Duncannoa, Pa. ZD-TEW YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 September 1874

4 fUomnfidb Stmts. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, September 8, 1874. Vermont Election. t Montpelior, Vt., Soptomber 4. Returns from Judge Poland's district, five small towns excepted, give Poland, 5,575 ; Den uison, 6,875 ; Davenport, 1,788, and Scat tering, 024. Two years ngo the same town gave Poland 10,704; Steel, 2,017; Daven port, 2,080 ; Scattering, 557. Judge Peck is elected Governor by 21,000 to 23,000 majority over Bingham Democrat. Revision of the Constitution. Philadelphia, beptember 1. The com mission appointed to revise the constitu tion of Pennsylvania met hero to-day, Jus tico Agnew presiding. The commission will hold a continuous session, meeting daily until their labors are done. Until the work is lluishod nothing will be made public concerning their proceedings. The condition of affairs in the Houth, has caused the President to wiite the fol lowing letter : Lonu Rhaxch, N. J. Sept. 2, 1874. To Gen. W. W. Belknap, Secretary of War : The recent atrocities in the so...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 September 1874

ttm0iNcu)BloDmfiel&; )a. fe fUaontfitltr imts. Tuesday, September 8, 1874. L O C A L D E VA It XMENX. NO CUTS IN9KHTED. No Cuts or Rtmwtypes will be Inserted in this paper, unless llKbt face and on metal bases. Clanks. Justices' and Constables' blanks for sale at this office. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing; sales, bills for which have been printed at this office : w -1 v- ' ' On Saturday, September 12th, Mr. John Deltrlck, Br., will sell at his residence, in Liv erpool, household goods and a lot of black smith's tools. On Tuesday, September 29, 1874, at one o'clock p. m., Samuel Shopo will sell a farm situate in Tyrone twp., the property1 of the late Jonathan Shops, deceased, - 1 1 i . . ' r V Sad Accident. Miss Catharine Dean, resident of "West Beaver, while returning from tbe Camp Meeting at MoClure City, fell from a spring wagon which was upset while being driven over a stump, breaking both of her wrists. Notice. I am making out a list of ac counts, to place in th...

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. — 8 September 1874

6 jta flloomfifUr limfs. Tuenday, September 1874. FAIiM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We Invite rnmmnnlwiMiJim from nil persons who Br inleri-tMl lu matters prop .-!' b lousing' to this de partment. Top Dj cshIdk Unss l.nnds. The Biiccesti or failure of farming opera tions depends largely upon the mode and time of applying immure. No mutter how applied, manure never fails to benefit the soil, and rarely fails to benefit thu growing crop. But it may be used so that it will do comparatively little good either to noil or crop. In this section most of the rotted manure from barnyards in the Fall is used as top-dressing on wheat. ' The "patchy" appearauoe of top-dressed wheat, however, results from an attempt to make a small quantity of manure produce a crop on poor soil. To have tho best effect on wheat, manure should bo applied on the surface some time before sowing, and thoroughly inoorporatod with the surface soil by fre quent harrowing. But the best farmors in this section apply mauuro as a t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 September 1874

Ijc Suites 'Ncvo Bloomficlb, 3u Newport Advertisements. NKW FIRM I NEW GOOD81 E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store nt the corner of Fourth Hi Cherry Streets, Junt above the Feiin'a, K. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to Hhow a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part ot DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS, NOTIONS, and a general assort incut of all kinds of goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call ami examine their stock and see that, they ure offering Roods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. 13. WISE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, Pa. 35 tf Drugs ! Drugs ! THE Subscriber has on hand and for sale, at low prices, a complete assortmentof DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, Of all kinds. Also, a full stock of Concentrated Remedies, PATENT MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL OILS, . PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, BRUSHES, AND FANCY ARTICLES. Pure Wines AND . LIQUORS, Always on band, tor M...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 September 1874

8 SlIjc mcs, Ncui Dloomftcto, Ja. A Correct Account of the troubles In Lou!- s giana. Shreveport, ha., September 1. Major A. F.Stephena, of De 8ota parish, who arrived here to-day, furnished the following account of tho Conshatta troubles, which is vo doubt substantially correct ; It seems that in Bed River parish, where the negroes are largely in excess of the whites, much appre hension and alarm bas been felt by the tat ter, owing to a threatened outbreak of the negroes, instigated, as was generally believ ed, by Kdgarton, Dewees, Twitchell, How ell, Willis, Holland, and others. The lives of several respectable white res idents of the parish have been threatened by the negroes, and a few days ago Wil liams, a respectable citizen of the Third ward of lied river parish, was threatened with assassination by two notorious and desperate negroes, near Brownsville, in the lower edge of the parish he having been fired at by them with a double-barrelled shot gun. Thursday night a small par...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

k ,i r:. 1 SLY. life 1 felli life y phi iff! fl TERMS-PAYABLE IS ADVANCE, --y ,T'Vr'rTjXJTj''VTTVT7i"VTrn T7 K "iittt tt xttihtciti t ttiti , , TERMS - PAYABLE IS ADVAKCE, . (wmminioo.m.) . AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. v $1.26 per Year ; 75 Ots. 0 Months.) ' . . .. " ' '; ' $1.60 per Tear i 85 Ots.e Months. ..... , - - - - r---i--;-r,T -, i-in- -nrr-r-.- tr rn t-t-v n T i-ri r--r - .. , , "Z:Z::. Vol. VIII. I1 New Biobmfield, Pa., Tiiesday, Septeinber is, 1874. TVo. 37. IS PUBLISHED SVBUT TUH8DAT MORNING, BT FRANK MOETIJIER & CO., . At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Pa. BelnK provided with Rteam Power, and large Cylinder and 'Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rlntliif? In . good style and at iow J'rlae. ADVERTISING HATES I ' , Traniitnt 8 Cents per Hue for one insertion 13 15 t two Insertions "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. S.Kor longeryearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. . . ,' THE PARSON IN TROUBLE. WE we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

Gfljc $tmc0, Nctfl Bloomftcli), )cu WHO WAS THE ROBBER? bad waited a few moments . when she entered. The tasteful cap surmounting the brown locks clustering in a pretty confusion of short curls about her forehead proclaimed her do longer young, though the fair bloomine face and shapely form were far more suggestive of youth than of old age, Altogether, Madame Lcrdtix was7 ' a lady of most attractive appearance.; ! . Sho approached me with nervous haste, her cyo fixed on mine. " I sout for- you are " she faltered al most inaudibly, and then paused in a piti able state of agitation, her slender fingers Blowly intertwining themselves, and her whole frame trembling. "Detective ABhton," I responded, hasti ly, drawing forward a chair. Sho sunk into it, and by a silent gesture invited me to be seated. Presently she murmured iu a low quivering voice : " Monsieur, I am in great distress. My " and again paused, overcome by her emotions. I . ( , I waited a minute in expectant silence, and then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

TIIlS BENT 18 THE o ir in v. i is h rr i THE " SINGER" SE WING MA CHINE. SINGER SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. . MACHINE. BINGEH, i SINGER Jj- MACHINE. -- MACHINE. " MACHINE. 1 MACHINE. SINGER RTNOKR SINGER Wj MACHINE. SINGER SINGEIl "jft-f-"t-'"" MACHINE. rpHE BINOEK 8EWINO MACHINE Is so well X known that it In not necessary to mention ITS MANY GOOD 0,TJAL1T1K8! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that It will do EVERY KIND OK WOKK In a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept in order; easily op elated, and is acknowledged Dy all, to be the The Best Machine in the World Persons wanting a Hewing Machine should ex amine the Ringer, before purchasing. They can be bought on the Host Liberal Term OK F. MOllTIxlIEIt. NEW BLOOMKIICLD, TA., General Agent for Terry Co. -Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. F. KEIM, Newport, I'a. J A3. P. LONG, Duncannon, Fa. NEW ETOttEZ. CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, ST11ICTL Y M VTUA L I Asse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

.4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'ENN'A Tuenlay, September 15, 1874. 9 Anotiikii airing has been given to the Boecher and Tilton scandal, by a lengthy statement from "tho mutual friend." It is a filthy caso, and tho more it is stirred tho worse it smells. This statement of Moul ton's is exceedingly damaging to Boecher, and places him in a worse light than ever. And the worst of the matter is, tho state ment now mado, is so strengthened by let ters and documents, that tlicro is no chanco to doubt its truthfulness. A thou sand verdicts from a packed investigating committee could not offset such evidence as is now furnished by Moulton. It provos that all that haB been charged ngainst Mr. Beech ei' is truo, and that tho whole truth has not yet been told. Jupoino from tho bolting which took place at the recent Vermont election there is evory reason to hope that tho inaliena ble right of the American elector will be liberally exercised elsewhore during tho nutumn. Of course, the result iu tho State at...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

Tuesday, September 18, 1874,' LOCAL DEPARTMENT. NO CUTS INSERTED. NnCttt nr fltnrpntrttMi will 1m Inanrtml f n tlii iwratr. oiuwi uffub m; uu uu nieuii oasufl. IN CONSEQUENCE of a change that Is to talcs place in the Postal Laws, which will compel US TO PRSi-PAY all postage, we make a change In the Sub scription price upon papers mailed to subscribers residing out of the County, and on subscriptions received after this date will pre-pay the postage. r Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which includes the Postage.) W1.60 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former ratee. Notice. I am making out a list of ac counts, to place in the hands of a Collec tion Bureau, for collection. Persons know ing they owe me on store accounts, will please take notice, and keep their names from the list, by prompt settlement. F. Moutimeh. Republican Convention. The Republi can Convention for nominating a County ticket will be held on Tuesday the 29th inst. Delegates wil...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

6 Stljcj Sinter Netu Uloomfi Pa. mt fUoamfidtr fimts. Tuesday, September IS, 1874. FABM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We Invite rommmilcstlnns from nit percrmH wlinare inturiMUHH lu matters propony uoiouKmg w mis ue partraent. Freservlnir ro la toes. Potatoes will be crisp and mealy all the winter and spring if excluded from light by layers of moist Band, mid just about freezing temperature, and such as fully ap preciate a good article will scarcely bo in duced to use potatoes stored, exposod, and bandied In tlio ordinary way. Every farm er knows liow appetizing potatoes aro when just dug in the fall ; also, when first taken from bis out-door pits in the spring ; and bow rapidly they deteriorate in quality af ter a short exposure in his cellar or out buildings. Years ago when 200 bushels to the acre was a fair yield and 25 cents the highest price, farmers were compelled to store and handle in bulk without care or special attention, for their entire market value would bo emerged in the enhance...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

Newport Advertisements. NEW STORE ROOM. NEW FIKM ! NEW GOODS! E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner of Fourth ft Cherry Street, just above the Penn'a, ' It. K. depot, la Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS 8HOK8, HATS Si CAT'S, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of uomls which they will sell AS CHEAP A3 THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stork and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. J3. WIHE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, Pa. 35 tf Drugs! Dmgs! THESubserlberhason band and for sale, at low prices, a complete sssortmentof DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, Of all kinds. Also, a full stock of Concentrated Remedies, PATENT MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL OILS, PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, BRUSHES, AND FANCY ARTICLES. Pure Wines AND LIQUORS, Always od band, for Medicinal and Sacramen tal purposes. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 September 1874

8 A t'hnso for a Child. When Mr. Caliill diod In Worcester, Mass., four yean ago, ho left a notably jrotty child. Everybody who saw the lit tle girl was enraptured with her, and the widowed mother lavished upon the pot all be could earn. During two years Mrs. CahjU labored industriously, and little Nellie grew In beauty and brightness. Then the widow man led Martin Power, and perhaps her love for him somewhat blunted her affection for Nellie. During the honeymoon the daughter waa sent to stay witU Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty, who were cousins of Mrs. Power, and lived in Springfield Mass. Tho Doughertys at once became attached to the girl who had pre viously so won all hearts, and begged to have her left with them a little longer. The mother was persuaded perhaps still blinded by the spell of her marriage to graut the request, and so Nellie lived for several months in Bpringfleld. As the time passed on the Doughertys became less and loss inclined to give up the little beauty, and Mrs. Pow...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 September 1874

111111 in Jjij iK w 9 TERMS PAYABLE IS ADVANCE, . T -r--rTT7iT--riTk.T-Ti t-i i,rTTV VTmrnTi i ( TERMS - PAYABLE IN ADVANCE, (withiw trii ooimTT) AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ) ,1 $1.25 per Year ; 75 Cts. 6 Months. ) ( $1.60 per Tear ; 66 Ots. a Months. - - - r - - -:--:.r:.:rr.- .":r: - 1 Vol. "VIII. New Bloomlield, Pn., Tuesday, September 23, 1874. IVo. 38. IB MJI1I.I8IIBI) EVERT TUESDAY MOKNINO, 11 T FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Terry Co., Tn BelnK provided Willi Rtenm Tower, and Urge Cylinder snd Jnu-l'iwws. we are prepared todoall kinds n( Job -I'llnllim lu good style aud at 1-ov; l'rices. ADVERTISING RATKSl Trantient t) Cents perlluo for one insertion 12 " ' twolnsertions 15 " " "three insertions Business Notices lu Local Column 10 Cents per line. aForlonneryearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. DO BIGHT. Though earthly Interest takes flight, Or sobs upon the sod ; Still dare thou ever to "do right, And leave the rest to God." Do what thy duty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 September 1874

2 l)c hnc0, New? Dloothftclb, JJa. For the liloomflelri Time. River's Disappointment Mr. rOHN, toll your young mistress I tf request her company in tbe li brary." " Yes, sir." In a few moments a sweet voice was beard singing a lively little air there was a light tap at tbe door, followed by the en trance of bis ward. "Hit down, my love," said Mr. Rivers, with tlio. sweetest emile, "I have some thing to sny to you of the greatest Im portance. Jessie, complied, aud her guardian con tinued : " Jessie bem Jcssio, bow old are you, Jessie?" premised Mr. Rivers. "Olara so old," replied Jessie, pretend ing to look very grave, " why only think, deargaidy, to-morrow I shall bo seven teen I" ' Seventeen horn very well. Jessie, my love, bow should you like to be mar ried ?" " Married ! why, gardy me marriod !" " Yes, my love," with another sweet smile ; " bow would you like to have an establishment of your own to be your own mistress do as you pleased, and " " And suppose I should say 'yes,' wh...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 September 1874

TIIK BEST 18 THE O I I IU -A- X 13 H T ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACIIINI SINGER SINGER i MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE, f, MACHINE. V MACHINE. MnilINB SINGER '. SINGER rf SINGER I! Cl t "XT nnn M CTXTnni singer machine! MACHINE. rPHK SINOKK BEYVINO MACHINE Is ho well 1 known that it In nut necessary to nicntlu'i ITS MANY GOOO (iUAUTIKS! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that it will do EVEHY KIND OK WORK In a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept In order; easily on erated, and is acknowledged by all, to be the The Best Machine in the World ! Persons wanting a Sewing Machine should ex amine the Sinuer, before purchasing. They can lie bought on the , "tlost IJberul Term OK F. JIOKTDIEIi, NEW MLOOMKIKLD, I'A., Ccneral Agent for Terry Co. 49-Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms : A. F. KEIM, Newport, Pa. JAS. P. LONO Duncaimon, Fa. 1STEW YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, .: STRICTLY MUTUAL I ISSUES all ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 September 1874

4 GTIjc tmcs, Him Blaomftcltr, )av; lit floomfifltr huts NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, September 22, 1S74, The recent eloction in Maine resulted in the success of the Republican ticket by nearly the majority given at the lection two years ago. The Harrisburg , Patriot seems to take great satisfaction in referring to Colonel Wistar, tlio Republican candidate for Con- gross, from this district, as a resident of Philadelphia. P. T. Babntjm is certainly worthy of the title of " The Princo of Showmen." He has recently closed a short season of his famous Roman Hippodrome, at Philadel phia, where an average of ten thousand persons were present each day. He is now having a very successful season in Balti more. Mr. Bar mi m wishes it distinctly understood that any exhibition which does not aunouuee him as manager, and does not use his portrait in the advertisement, is a fraud on the people for which he is not responsible. Another Swiudlo Exposed. The N. Y. Sun of last Tuesday says : " For...

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