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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 September 1874

Stljc mc0, New LMoomficlii, Ja. 5 Tuesday, September 22, 1874, LOCAL DKFAR TMENT, NO CUTS INSERTED. No Out or stereotypy will be Inserted in thU pappr, unless light faoo kudun metal bases. IN CONSEQUENCE of a change that Is to take place In the Postal Laws, which will compel US TO PRE-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. Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which Includes the Postage.) $1.60 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former rates. Democratic County Convention. The Democratic convention, to nominate a county ticket, will meet on next Monday, the 28th inst. The delegate elections nre to be held on Saturday, of this week. Personal. We received a call a fow days since, from Mr. Cornman, of the Hunting don Monitor. Wo are sorry that we hap pened to be absent, but hope to bo more fortunate ...

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. — 22 September 1874

6 Tuesday, Scptenfber 22, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wn Invite communications from nil xion who pt InlxrMtpd In matters iroH'rl Iwloiurinif totliia de partment. The Object of Agricultural Fairs. We have alway contended tho main ob ject of Agricultural Fairs was to improve our agricultural knowledge. This is attain ed by tbe examination of tbe best stock and products of tbe county and State. All mon are prone to compare themselves with too limited a number and this is CRpocially true of farmers, whose life is an isolated one. They are apt to think their horses, cattle and Btock and other farm products the best in the country, because in their prejudiced eyes they are superior to any in their neighborhood, and full of this idea it does them good to bring their stock and crops iuto a wider competition. They thus find that while they have been making im provements, their neighbors have not been standing still, and if they do not take a pre mium tho first time they are stimulated to ...

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. — 22 September 1874

ljc times,! 'Ncttr:i3l00mfieU, )nu Newport Advertisements. HEW FIRM I NEW GOODS I E. 1). WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner of Fourth ft Cherry Streets, Just above the Penn'a, It. It. depot, la Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In fart of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ROOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, NOTIONS,' aiHlagenor.il assortment of all kinds ol Roods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask thecltl7.ru of Newport and vicinity to oalf and examine their stock and see that t hey are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share ol the publio patronage. IE. Ti. WISE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, Fa, 35 tr Drugs ! Dmgs ! THESubscrlberliason hand and for sale, at low prices, a complete assortment of 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 haud, tor Med...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 September 1874

8 Gtljc JJtmco;1 New 'Bloomfitli; : )a. Horrible Death fcy Suffocation. A terrible catastrophe happened at Penn on Monday, whereby two men were auflben ted by foul gasscs from a privy vault, and another so overcome from the eflbots of the same that powerful restoratives woro found necessary to aave hi, lifo. Tbo names of the parties whose cases proved fatal wore John Stottor, a Ocrman, and William Blackburn, an Irishman. They, had just finished making au excavation some twenty feet deep alongside an old privy vault, bo longing to the I'enn gas coal company, for the purpose of tapping it, and had ascended ascended to the surface, when the German remembered that ho had left a crowbar at the bottom. lie descended for the pur pose of securing it, and, feeling the effects of the noxious gases mado haste to get out informing his companion to assist him. As he ascended, Blackburn reached him his hand, but it being wot Stottor was unablo to retain his hold and fell to the bottom. Blackburn ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

fTr' il K 1P1 11 1 Sit1 illll 11 If III TERMS -PAYABLE IS ADVANCE,! 4 T TATm?TlTiTTkT?Tm xi A tittt tt xrnnrciTi a ttt, (TERMS PAYABLE IS ADVANCE, (within TUT coukty,) AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. (m,u.dethi.ooanv.w1thPo.uffinoided,) $1.26 pep Tear ; 76 Cts. 6 Months. ) . ($1.60 per Year; 85 Cta. 8 Months. Vol. VIII. Now Bloomncld, Pa., Tuesday, September 20,1874. TVo. 39. IS rUDI.IBUBI) EVKIIT TUESDAY MOHNING, DT FRANZ HOBTIMEE & CO., " At New Bloomflcld, Perry Co., Ysi. ' i Belnpt provided with Rteam Tower, nnd large Cylinder and Job-1'renM-ii, vie are prepared to do all kinds of Jnh-1'rlntliiR In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING ItATlCSI Tramiml 8 Cents por lino foroneinBertlon 13 " " ' twoinsertions 15 " " "three insertions Published by Refluent. SHERIDAN'S RISE. Up from the South at break of day, Bringing to Winchester fresh dismay The affrighted air with a shudder bore, Like a herald In haste to the chieftain's door Tho terrible grumble and rumble and roar, . ...

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. — 29 September 1874

2 l)c tmc5f New Blaomficllr, )u A WIFE LOST BY A PARROT. MISS ELSIE BRUCE wm walking down Ann Street. Just at a cross ing a gentleman met her. "Miss BtwceT' "Mr. Weldon!" Tben he was about to pons on. She paused In a di4cima, for she bod several rolls of muslo in her hand, and the crossing was terribly muddy. .What a splendid prospeot for bedraggled skirts ! Rioh Weldon saw her trouble. " Permit me," he said. She gave the muslo into his hand, and was a happy woman again. Rich was very much rejoioed, glad to get an opportunity of assisting Miss Bruce. After the crossing was passed, 'he did not relinquish tlio music, but continued on by her bhIo. Miss Etoio turned from Ann to Pike Street. A block further up was hor fa ther's residence. " Please-conic in, Mr. Weldon,' she said, at the gate. Thank you, 1 believe I will go in for a short time," he Baid. Miss Elsie ushered him into the parlor. " Excuse hie for a moment," she said. She was gone but for a niinuto. As she was returning there...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

3 18 THE O II 13 j. I K'H rV I THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. . MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. .- A nilTW SINGER SINGER SINGER SINGEU SINGEH SINGER SINGER SINGER SINGER lUVV'f 1111 IJ, MACHINE. ...MACHINE. MACHINE. flMIE 8TNGF.R BEWINO MACHINE is mi well 1 known that It is not necessary to menUo'i ITS MANY J001 QUAMTIKS! livery one wlio has any knowledge of Sewing Machines Knows mat it win uo EVERY KIM) OF WORK In a Superior Mitnucr. The Machine l easily kept In order; easily op craicu, anu is acKiiowieugeu oy an, vo ue me The Best Machine in the World Persons wantlnir a Hewlne Machine should ex amine the Milliter, before purchasing. They can ue Dougm on me Moat lilhcral Tcrmr OK NEW UI.OOMFIEM, PA.. General Agent for Pen J Co 49-Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. F. KE1.M, Newport, l'a. JAS. I. I.ONO. DuncanDon, l'a. 3STEW YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STRICTLY M UTUAL ! T8HUE8alltheuew forma o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

4 l)c; GCimcfl, Mvo jSloomftcltt, ljc fjllomnfitlb uufs. NEW BL003IFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, September 29, 1874. & IN CONSEQUENCE of a change that la to take place In the Postal Laws, which will compel U8 TO PRE-PAY all postage, we make a cbanpre 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. - Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which Includes the Postage,) $1.60 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former rates. Affairs in New Orleans at the prcsont, remain in About the same condition ns tliey were at the date of our former report. Judge E. II. Hoar positively refuses to be a candidate for the re-election in the 4th Congressional district of Massachusetts. , We learn that Mr. Corn man lias sold tlie Huntingdon Monitor to Messrs. 8. K. Flemming & Co. It is understood that Hon.Ii. M. Specr, is one of the new own. ers. A New Sunday...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

Tuesday,; September 29, 1874. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. NO CUTS I N8EUTKD. , , No Cuts stereotypes 111 1 Inserted in this psper, unlpsti liKUt faco ami ou metal biuws. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing sales, bills for which have been printed at this office : On Tuesday, September Si9, 1874, at one o'clock p. m., Samuel Sliopo will sell a farm situate In Tjrone twp., the property of the loto Jonathan Bhope, deceased. On Thursday October B2nd, Geo. W. Bitting in Liberty Valley, on the old Dalton farm, 8 miles from Bealtown, will sell a great variety of personal property, among which are tools of all sorts, for blacksmiths, carpenters, shoe makers, painters, Ac. On Saturday October 24th, John McDonald will oircr at public Bale, his farm In Carroll twp. . . . X Iuto the Canal. On Friday a stallion rode by Mr. Stiles Boden, of Ickesburg, was frightened by the cars of the N. C. K. "VV. while opposing Duncannon, and leaped into the canal ten or fifteen feet below the level of the road. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

6 j&r fjloomfwlb intfs. r s Tuesday, Sejttember 29, 1874. FABLI AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We Invito cnmrntinlcntlnna from nil pot-anna whnsre inHTHHieaiu niAiurM propuriy oeinuttliitf loiiiliae psrUneut. IIoiiHeliold Hints. If you have been pickling or handling acid fruit and have stained your hands, wash thom in clear water, ipe them light ly, and, while they are yet moist, strike a match and shut your hand" around it so as to catch the smoke, and the stnin will dis appear. . Wot the spots of iron rust on muni in or white dress goods thoroughly with lomon juice, then lay in the hot sun to dry. Re peat the same if the color is not removed by one application. When dry, rinse in clear, cold water. Lemon juice cannot be used on colored goods, as it will take out printod colors as well as stains. It will removo all kinds of stains from white goods. To remove mildew, make a very weak solution of chloride of lime in water (about a heaping teaspoonful to a quart of water,) strain it carefull...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

SLIjc pmcs9(,Ntui.Dioomficl Ipa. 7 Newport Advertisements. NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL! TEAS! TEAS! NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE, Having openod a New Store at the corner of Fourth Cherry Streets. Just aliove the 1'enn'a, It. It. depot, la Newport, are now prepared to show a i Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting in part of DRY GOODS, OROCERIEB. HOOTS & SHOES, HATS l CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment nl all kinds of goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport ami vicinity to call ami examine their stock and see that they are offering (roods at such prices us will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. JB. WltSE, WALNUT 8TKEET. ' . Neivport, Pa, 35 tf ' Drugs! Drugs! THESubscrlbel-haHoh hamf and for sale, at low prices, a complete assortinentof DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, Of all kinds. Also, a full stock of Concentrated Remedies, PATENT MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL QIL8, PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, BRUSHES, AND FANCY ARTICLES. Pure Wines : AND LIQUO...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 September 1874

8 A Sharp SmiiKKlTKow ho Tooled n Cus torn House Officer. There U very important trafllo carried on in diamondover the' Various European lines to tbis eon u try, aud as the duty,' upon them la ten per cent, ad valorem the sharp est watch Is kept upon those suspected to be engaged in it. By moans of ' agents abroad the Collector's ofllce has often infor mation by cable of Uie departure from the various ports of suspected diamond 'smug glers, and is prepared to intercept them. In nine cases out of ten the stones are conceal ed upon the persons of the passengeis. When this becomes a certainty, or what is supposed to be a certainty, the passenger is arrested and taken to tho searcher's bureau in the Custom House. Here if found necessary, tho party is stripped to the skin and his clothes examined inch by inch and scam by seam ; the heels are taken from his boots his hair and beard are comb ed, and every means taken to discover tbo hiding placo of the secreted treasures. Once this mode of...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

0 ImI ; U: il ' f 1h i ""-IJSfi"'" AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. rSISi..S'1 $126 pep Year; 75 Ots. 6 Months.) , $1.60 per Year i 86 Ots. 6 Months. Vol. VIII. New Biodmficld, Pa., Tuesday, October O, 1874. TVo. 40. fjitopmfidir imxs. 18 PUBLISHED EVEHY TUESDAY HOBNINQ, BT . FEANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Terry Co., Ta. Belnn provided with Hteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, wo are prepared to do all kinds oC .Inb-l'rlntliiK in good style and at Low I'rices. ADVERTISING HATES I TraniUnt H Cent per lino for one insertion 18 ' " ' twolnsenlons 15 " " "three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .Korlnnneryearly adv'ts terms will be given' upon application. Tho Hand some Squaw AN INDIAN STORY. ONE of tho most daring chieftains of whom we remember of having read, was an Algonquin or Adirondack. This tribe of Indians, at the timo of the first set tlement of Canada, were found upon the banks of the St. Lawrence. They wore once a warlike...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

2 GTIjc tmc0,.Nctu Bloomftcl Jcu .Waiting to Drop. "E "ENGAGED BOB I BiippoHo, are you not?" Well no, not exactly, that Is, but it'B easy to boo that she's very fond of me, and I'm pretty certain she's only waiting for me to pop the question, to drop right in my arms as the saying is." ,"Vhat would the old man say?" " If you moan the governor, ho gonorally allows mo to manage my own aiTairs in my own way. He never attempts to dictate to me he knows bettor for " " I alludo to Miss Jennie's paternal pro genitor." "Oh 1 you did ? Well, to toll the truth, Tom, the old gent doesn't like me over and above well, and I'm half afraid lie strongly suspects my mansion on the Hudson and other little possessions to be mere moon shine." 'Well, so they arc." "Of course, but what right has he to know it ? And, when I managed in my off band way, you know, to direct his atten tion to these affairs, ho only grunted and went on to tell a long story about some fellows out west, in Chicago, I think, pay ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

18 TilK I o ii 13 a. I 13 h rr ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER MACHINE. SINGER MACHINE. SINGER W- iTW MACHINE. SINGER I- ""? jf MACHINE. SINGER iCv'' ,1si MACHINE. SINGER M MACHINE. SINGER "' M.?. MACHINE. SINGER j' I fZsSil i V MACHINE. SINGER iKTL'l '' 'MACHINE. SINGER ffPW .-...' MACHINE. SINGER" JzZi1'- MACHINE. rpHE 8IN0KK RKWINO MACHINE Is so well L known that It Is not necessary to mcntio'i ' ITH MANY GOOD gUALITIKS! Every one who lias any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that it will do EVERY KIND OF WORK , In a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept In nrdert easily op orated, and Is acknowledged Dy nil, to be the The Best Machine in the World ! Tersons wanllnn a Sowing Machine should ex amine the WiiRer, before purchaaiiiK. They can be bought on lite Most TJkoral TvrniN OK F. MOKTILTIHK, NEW UI.OOMFIEI.D, I'A., Ueuerul Agent for Terry Ca 49-Or of the follnwinK Local Agents on the same terms: A. . KKIM. ... . . Newport, I'a. . ,IAS. V. LONU. Duocaunon, Pa. NEW...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

4- ljc imc0r Ncu; Bloomftcli), $11. ljc iIaomfirlb intfs NEW BIOOJttFJELI), PENN'A. Tucaday, October i, 1S74. IN CON8EQTJENCEJ of a change that is to take place in the Postal Laws, which will compel US TO PRK-PA Y all poHtaee, we make a change In the Sub noriptlon prir.e upon papers mailed to subscribers residing out of the County, and on subscriptions received after this date will pre-pay the postage. - Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which Includes the Postage,) $1.50 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former rates. Miss. Maria Siikiiman, daughter of Gen. Hherman, was married last week to Thomns W. Fitch, of the U. 8. Engineer Corps. Tlie marriage was performed by the Cath olic Archbishop, and was the most brilliant wedding of tlio season. A meeting of the Pennsylvania board of the Lumberman's Exchange was hold at Williamsport Tuesday, at which it was determined to reduce tho production of sawed lumber to two-thirds the average of the last t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

Ijc tines, Ncuj filoomftclb, JJcu Tuesday, October 6, 1874. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. NO CUTS INSERTED. No Out or Rterootypon will bp inserted In this pier, uuleu light face and uu nibUil hue. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing gules, bills for which have been printed at tbis office : On Thursday October 22ud, Geo. W. Bitting In Liberty Valley, on the old Dulton farm, a miles Iron) Bealtown, will sell a great variety of personal property, among which are tools of all sorts, for blacksmiths, carpenters, shoe makers, painters, Ac. On Saturday October 24th, John McDonald will offer at public sale, his farm in Carroll twp. In reply to several inquiries, we would state that according to the ruling of the post office department, our subscribers who reside in thit county, can receive their pa pers free of postage from their post office most convenient to them, even if that office is in anotlier county. yFingcr Off. On last Monday a week, Wilson Morrison, of New Germantowu, mode cider at Ab...

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

6 I)c titc0, Ntw BloomftclV )a. Tuesday, October 6, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wfl invito oommunlrstlonK from all persons who are jntcrfit'fl in niatton iiroporly UoloiiKiiis- to this de partment. A Country Boy's Achievement. Over fifty year no, a youth, working on a farm, asked his father to give him money enough to buy n gun. The old mau could not spare it, but the boy, uothiug daunted, found on old piece of iron about the plnoe, and in the course of time contrived to make a gun barrel out of it, with tho very meager facilities afforded by acountry blacksmith's shop. lie had not the materials to make a lock and stock, so he walked to tho nearest town and traded for tho necessary attach ments, and was encouraged by the smith for having made so good a shooter ; this gave him tho ambition to mako another, so ho went to cutting out grindstones from the native rock to raise the money for gun ma terials ; in a short tinio there was a consid erable demand for guns of his make. Dur in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

7 Newport Advertisements. new" store roomT NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE; Having opened a Nnw Store at the corner of Fourth & Cherry Streets. Just above the l'eim'a, K. K. depot, in Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DKY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CArS, NOTIONS. and a general assortment of all kinds of Roods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stock and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. -15. WIE, WALNUT 8TREET. Ncivport, Pa, 35 tf Drugs! ,Drugs! THE Subscriber has on hand and for sale, at low prices, a complete assortinentof 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 hand, for Medicin...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 October 1874

8 STIjc hues, Ntu) JSloomficHi, flci. A Mysterious Jlnnlcr. Three or four weeks ago a young woman went to Des Moines, Iowa, who callod lior self Georgia Butler. She liotl been travel ing around a great deal in Missouri and Iowa, and Illinois, and said she had come to Des Moines direct from Chicago. She gave it out that she was a milliner by trade, was a widow, and had a child eight years old. . She took a suit of rooms over a store, aud soon made the acquaintance of some of her neighbors living in like quar ters on the same floor and near by. She proposed to start business in her rooms, and sent for a painter to paint her a sign. The painter says Mrs. Butler was a well dressed woman and wore several rings on her Angers and a heavy gold chain around her nock which appeared to be attached to a watch at her waist. She paid bim for the work, and displayed a pocket-book from which she took a largb roll of bills twen ties, tens, &o. If all the bills were of the denominations the paint...

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