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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 June 1870

f inlS1 if ja4m II If 9 If II MM II II il it 31 ill 4 yZZZ' ) . AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. IT Vo1- IVew Uloomfiold, lii., June 28. 1870. Vo. 2G. llonmfifltr (times. JTs rubllslied V'ecJdy, At New Bloom field, l'eim'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. ONE DOLL All rER YE All iiv advaci:. A QUAKER AND A ROBBER. AN EXCELLENT STOllY. T1M1E most honest of all Quakers, Toby JL Simpton, lived in Lqiulon, in a pleas ant littlo dwelling graced by tlio presence ot las daughter Mary. She was not quite seventeen years of age ; was charmingly fair ; had blue eyes, and possessed as much modesty as beauty. All the young men of her father's acquaintance were her suitors ; all those of the neighborhood sought to gain her notice. Vain efforts ! Mary was 110 coquette, and instead of enjoying the effect produced by her charms, she was vex ed on account of the manners of all her ad miners, except one Edward Weresford, s young artist, admitted to tho intimacy of the family. A simple event had...

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. — 28 June 1870

2 ljc SEiims, New Bloomftdb, Jcu THE DUTCHMAN'S LUCK. IN A CERTAIN village, there lived a Dutch farmer named Dunderman, whoso family consisted of his wife and only son, named Carl, who helped his father work the farm. Carl was an indus trious, sober young man, who had reached the age of twenty-one without having onco been ten miles away from home ; so it is to be presumed that his knowledge or experience was not very extensive. Carl's invariable custom was to go every evening, as soon as his work was done, and see Katrina Van Kleepcr, the daughter of a neighbor, as handsome and buxom a lass as ever trod shoe leather. While he would sit and smoke with the old man, talking about the crops and weather, Katrina would sit demurely by Hewing or knitting as the case might be. Precisely when the clock struck Dine, Carl was expected to leave. But one- night Carl, instead of leaving at nine, as usual, still lingered, much to the surprise of old Van Kleepcr, who after waiting a few minutes wit...

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. — 28 June 1870

tljc fttmcs, Ncuj Bloomficlir, )rt. BANKING HOUSE OP HENRY CLEWS & CO., (United States Treasury Buildings) 1V0. 32 Wall Street, X. Y. rpiIK business of our House Is the samp, In nil respecls, as that of nn Incorporate Hank. lng House 1 ll'Ga "s 1,!ls" "-oubIi tlie Clear Corporations, Finns, anil Individuals kecpliiR ii?.m !;:"n with . either lu Currency o? Uold. will be allowed Five 1'er Cent. Interest per ?il.Wf""m,M ?" (.l,aily billl',i'". nnd ran check at HlRht without, notice. Interest credited and Ac count Current rendered Monthly. We are prepared at ll times to make advanms rto"r urs " "I'l'roved Collaterals, at market Certificates of Deposit Issued, payable on dc Mand, or after fixed date, bearing interest at tlie earrent rate, and available In all parts of the coi i m r i v n.ri'.,ll,icti?".'' m?!' I,rnn,l,,IY Pverywhern in tlie V n ted States, Oanadas and Kurope. Dividends and Coupons promptly Collected, We buy sell and exchange all Issues of Govern ment Ronris at curre...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 June 1870

4 lje Slimes, Nmu J31oomftdi, )ci. ADVEUTISINO KATKSl Tratuinit 8 Cents por lino for one lnsortlon. 12 " " two Insertions 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free Tributes of Hoepect, &c. Teu cents per Hue YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Oo 8tiuare per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares pur your, Including puper, 13 00 Three Squares " " 10 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ton Linus Nonparoll or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, June 28, 1870. Another Amnesty Bill has,lwn reported in the House of Representatives by General Butler. The bill however, contains so large a list of exemptions that it practically amounts to nothing, and to inuke the bill entirely complete, he wight add to the lust section the words, "or any other man." This would make tho bill easily understood, and prevent any misconstruction until such time as Congress could realize tho importance of passing a bill which...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 June 1870

l)c imc0, .Nero Bloomficl&r Ja, )t gloomfitto f hues. Tuesday, June 28, 1870. LOCAL D EVA It TME N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with this article marked, may know timt tfmy should mail oroth. erwlsu send the subscription price, It they wish to continue to receive Tim Time. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear in mind that tuners laceived later than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. The West Brunch Camp Meeting. The third annual session of the West Branch camp mooting of tlio Methodist Episcopal Church, will bo held on the grounds of the association, near Wayno Station, on the line of the Philadelphia and Erie railroad, Commencing Tuesday, August 10, A. D., 1870, to continue ton days. Sun Struct. Wm. McKcc, a carpenter from Ilagerstowii, MJ., engaged in erecting a house in M.irysvillo, fell apparently dead, whilo upon the scaffolding during the in tense heat of last Monday Pro...

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. — 28 June 1870

Qtlje imc0, Htm Bloomftdir, Jcu mht fltoamftflb Stmts. Tuesday, June 28, 1870, FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wis JMite eommuncatonrom ai personswhoare interested in matter properly belonging to thii department. The Philosophy of linking Ha. The choicest quality of hay consists of green grass simply dried. The Carolina Farmer says and truthfully that ma king hay, chemically speaking, is a dis tillery or evaporative process. It is doing with succulent vegetable substance, what the saltmaker -does with his saline waters or the sugarmakcr drive off surplus wat ers, which hold the valuable principles in solution ; to get rid of worthless and in terfering "substances, and retain all the desirable ones. The sugarmakcr may ap ply the intense heat, or direct flame to his evaporating pans, and burn or spoil his products ; as the farmer may heat his hay too much in the blazing rays of the gun, and greatly injure the rich nutriment principles upon which its value depends. Certain it is. we cannot co...

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. — 28 June 1870

l)e Sinter Kcu) Bloomficll, Ja Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISookscllcrs ami Stationers, BLANK ROOK MANUFACTURERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND WAU 1'APIiK, No. 430, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAGARGE & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Nos. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. V. Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. luly-ll SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, ISoolcscIlcrs fc Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. T'llhlMinva nf fio.l.tial XT... 1 1 . Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Hubert's History of the United States, Eelton's Outline Maps, &c. SSI, A XII ISOOK8 Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t Writing- Xlnia ! THIS FLUID Is warranted EQUAL to Akxoj.d's, and is sold nt nnifii in uri.u -ru. , will be refunded to thosu buying it, if it does not prove entirely satisfactory. ji-i'ui sine uy r. lu...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 June 1870

8 l)c imc0, New BloomficUt, Jci. THE KIDNEYS. TUB Kidneys n re two in number, situated at the upper part of the loin, surrounded by fut, nud consisting of three parts, viz i tho An terior, the Interior and tho Exterior. The Anterior absorbs. Interior consists of tissues or veins, which serve as a deposit for the urine and convey It to the Exterior. The Exterior Is a conductor also, terminating in a ingle tube, and called the Ureter. The Ureters are connected with the bladder. The bladder is composed of various cover ings or tissues, divided into parts, viz. i the Upper, the Lower, the Nervous, and the Mucous. The upper expels, the lower retains. Many have a desire to urinate without the ability) ethers urinate without the ability to retain. ThiB frequently occurs in children. To cure these affections, we must bring into action the muscles, which are engnged In their' various functions. If tbey are neglected, Gravel or Dropsy may ensue. The reader must also be made aware, that howeve...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 July 1870

fill? . 15 " ii jit IB 111 1 Mh II JPltAJTIt MORTIMER, ) Editor and 1'roprietor. c Vol. IV. J Published Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Tenn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TEIIMB. OJV12 DOLLAR PER YEAR! Tho Greyson Mystery AND HOW IT WAS SOLVED. BY F. D. Xj. I WILL NOT undertake to describe my heroine, for I hate such descriptions, but will simply introduce her by the name of Theodosia Erricson a very hard namo says the reader but then I am not respon sible for that. Ilcr friends for short called her Dote, and Phil. Meredith who was her lover, thought that a very appropriate name. They both were adopted children of "Father Greyson," as they called him, and lived with him at Greyson Hall, a fine old mansion delightfully located among the Berkshire hills in the old Bay State. When Dote camo home from 'the semi nary "finished," she brought with her a friend, Ilonoria Wyndham, who soon be came domesticated at Greyson Hall. Ilono ria was a singularly beautiful woman, and one to attract at...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 July 1870

2 SiSlocum and the Census Taker. T AP ! ItAP 1 11 AP I upon the door of XX, our sanctum. "Come in!" from the occupant of the same, no other than oursclf. The rappist opened the door and entered. He was a strapping fellow, nix feet two in his boots.and" hip enough to eat us," had the diet been to his miud and he lblt so inclined ; and we arc no morsel. He was armed, our visitor was, with a huge port-folio, and an ink-bottle, in lieu of a red,' red rose, adorned the lapped of his coat. We looked iuto the face of our visitor, and ho looked into the face of the "other feller." What he thought of us we don't know; what we thought of him he probably didn't care a continental red. A grin, semi-sardonic in character, parted his lips, the upper of which a grizzled moustache adorned. That grin we interpreted thus: "I've got you dead to rights, young feller hived you you can't escape." There certainly was no escape for us, whatever his mission, with him between . us and the door ; but we had a...

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

made, tilings more pure, and left the Mis sissiptiiun pirates free to continuo their evil cour.se. To them no doubt very unexpectedly, these were sunn after brought to tin end. They hud made a frrunl mistake in paint ing the n ime " ncy ' 01 the tender of their "broad-horn." sinee it enabled ineto trarc the curf't to a point where they could bo Captured. My sore head d.d - not prevent me from swimming nshora, which I did soon af terward. Nor did it prevent 1110 from galloping twenty miles down strcam.to tho town of" Grand Gulf," where I knew the flat-boat would be delayed by the remar kable malestrom which has given to this place its name. I there found a justices of the peace with a sheriff and posse, wlio were placed at my disposal ; and when the " Nancy" came floating along, I found my gold watch, my gun, and my lost specie, in possession of the two pirates, who instead of reveliug in the delights of New Orleans at my expense, as they had intended spent the next ten years of thei...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 July 1870

4 $l)c imc0, Him Bloomftdir, 13a ADVERTISING RATES I Trataitnt Cents per line for one lnsertloa. 13 " " " twojnserllons 15 " " ' three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. , Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVEIITIBEMENTS. One Square per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, Including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " " ' 16 00 Kaur Squares " " " 20 00 Ton Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, July 5, 1870. . Bask Ball is fa.it becoming a greater evil than horse-racing. Many of th city papqrs have recently been saying some hard things about the effects of thegamo ' a3 at present managed on the young men of the city. The same papers how over give up one, and sometimes several columns of their space reporting the de tails of mati:h games, to the disgust of a large majority of their readers, and there by doing more to popularize the game, than doz...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 July 1870

Tuesday, July S, 1870. LOCAL VETAllT MEN T, OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance I Fersons who receive n paper with tills article marked, may know that they should mall or oth erwise wild the subscription price, if they wish to continue to receive The Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In mind that letters received later than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. ltutker Hcnvy. A child was recently born in Altoona which reliable authority reports to have weighed twenty three and a half pounds at birth. Election for Pastor. A meeting will bo held in the Presbyterian Church oii Wed nesday evening of this week at 8 o'clock, for the election of a pastor. New Wheat is already in Philadelphia market and the price of that grain has fal len some 5 to 10 cts., per bushel, and rye oats and corn are 2 cts less than last week. A Sad Accident occurred at the Loch i el Iron works in llarrisburg on tho 28th ult whereby three men ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 July 1870

6 ljc dimes, New Bjoomficlb, Jla. Tuesday, July S, IS 70. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communications. from all. iersnnswho are interested in molten properly belonging to IUU HejKtrlment. liaising Cucumbers. A correspondent of the Horticulturist writes: " I had a narrow border not more than two and a half feet wide, on the edge of a high fouce. I planted three hills in the border, and laid some brush such as is used for pea vines between them and the fence. As soon us they crept up to the brush, I pinched off the cuds of the vine which thickened rapidly around the roots, and in every direction, throwing out the most vigorous foliage aud profu sion of flowers. . I did not allow the cucumbers to grow, but I watched them, and such ai I wish ed to reserve for the table I picked as tsoon as they became of proper size ; and all the rest were guthered every day for pickles; pinching off the bud at the end of each shoot. In this way the hills con tinued fresh and productive up till th...

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. — 5 July 1870

Piiil.ulclphiii Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, MILLER & ELDER, ISuoItHclIcrs uml titniionevs, BLANK JJOOK MANUFACTURERS, And Dealer In WINDOW CURTAINS AND No. 430, Market Street, 31 PillLADELl'jIIA, PA. f CHARLES 3IAUARGK & CO., Wholesale Dealers In P.-ipor, X&:i-h, See., No3. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Slroet, PHILADELPHIA, PA. taiulu to oilier, at .snort notice.' lulyii' S01VER, liARNilS & I'OTTS, IiiookseSJoivi & Statioaers. And Dealers in VURTAI N AND WAbL-PAPEUS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Publishers of Sanders' New Header, and (.j.mt jiiiuiiiieuc-i. also, Koliert s ilislorv of IS LA IV St ISOOStS Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t CHI.s FLUID is warranted EQUAL to AitNOl.n's, , iid m milU lit nmeii less imce. Tho nuiiiey ....; u-.uiiuhi in ui.isc uuying ii, ii it iious not rove entirely sat.sla.aory. wui'oi saie ly K aioi umer, New lilooiulleld. MILLER iS ELDER, Nolo Agents, 430 Market Street. 3031 ll,ilM,i,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 July 1870

8 tlje ftimcs, Nctu Bloomftcfo, Jpct. Northern Central Railway. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Through and Direct Route to and from Washing ton, Baltimore, Elmira, Jirle, Buffalo, RocheMer and Niagara tails. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. JUNE 12th. 1870, the trains on the Northern Central Kail way will run as follows : NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN. Leaves Baltimore. 7..' am. Harrtsburff, 12.5fp. m Williamsport 8.15 p. in., and air. at Elmira, 10 p.m. BUFFALO EXPRESS. Leaves Baltimore, 11 p.m. Harrisburg, 3.20 a.ni. Williamsport. 7.30 a. in. I Elmira. 12 noon. Arrives at Canandalgua at 3.10 p. in. FAST LINE. Leaves Baltimore 12.15 p. nu Harrisburg 4.05 p.m. Arr. at Wllliainspnrt8.00p.ni., and Erie at 7.25 a. m. CINCINNATI EXPRESS. Leaves Baltimore 7.40p.in. ar. Harrisburg 11.55 p.m. YORK AND HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION J..ives York at 6.30a. in., arr. at Harrisburg Sa.m Emigrant Train with passenger car attached, leaving Harrisburg at 7.30 a. m., arrives at Sun bury at 11.15 a. m. SOUTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN. Leaves El...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 July 1870

( 1 ' fiiitiiii f li A AAA II 1 i FRANK MORTIMER, ) . .". rr Mtoyp. AK INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. oTeDoLrr . - . l:z . -" -- .. .. .s , "Vol. IV. IVov 331oomficld, J?n,., July 13, 1870. IVo. 3g. la Published Weekly, At New Bloomfield, Tcnn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TEBM8. ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR I I TV ADVANCE. The Groysoii Mystery AND HOW IT WAS SOLVED. BY F. D. L. CONCLUDED. SHORTLY afterwards, Father Grcyson was carried back to his bed up stairs, it being evident that he only needed an op portunity to sleep off the effects of the opi ate. Miss Wyndham, with characteristic obstinacy, took her stand by his bedside, and would not allow even Dote to share her vigils, declaring that she would watch alone. Phil was indignant over this arrange ment, but there seemed no other way than to humor her. Somebody must remain with the sick man through the night since there was no assurance he would not be molested a second time. Phil felt that the duty was his. He even told Honoria of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 July 1870

2 of the adopted children of Father Grey son. They were unublo to stand and con verso with one whom they felt sure had wronged them as well as the dead, and they therefore pushed almost readily by her, and entered the house. The morning subsequent to the funer al, Arthur Clayton and llonoria held a long, and what seemed a stormy inter view in the library. The doors were care fully closed, but loud and angry voices were heard issuing from thence, inure than once. Mr. Clayton finally came out looking cowed and sullen. " The idiot I She holds the reins in her own hands, and thinks to ride over me with impunity !" ho was heard to mutter, as he strode across the hall. Passing out, he mounted his horse, a fiery, untamed creature, and went dashing down the avenue at a frightful pace. His actions were those of a madman, or one driven nearly to desperation. Two hours later, a messenger drove up to" the Hall, calling for Phil, Dote and llonoria. "Mr. Green has sent for you," he said, " There ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 July 1870

toftiatl fclttti0tis. PRAYERS I DON'T LIKE. I do not like to hear blm pray Vho loans at twenty-five per cent, 1'Wthcn I think the borrower may Be pressed to pay for food or rent, And In thut book we ail should heed, Which says the lender shull be blest, As sure as I havo eyes to read It does not say " take Interest." I do not like to hear him pray On bended knees about an hour, For gruce to spend aright the day. Who knows his neighbor has no flour, I'd rather see him go to mill And buy the luckless brother bread, And see his children cut their nil, And laugh beneath their humble shed I do not like to hear him pray, " Let blessings on the widow be," Who never seeks her home to say, " If want overtakes you come to me." I hate the prayer, so loud and long, That's offered for the orphan's weal, By him who sees him crushed by wrong, And only with the lips doth fuel. I do not like to hear him pray, With jewelled ear and silken dress, Whose washerwoman toils all day And then is asked "to w...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 July 1870

l)c me0, Him Btoomftclir, la. ADVERTISING KATES Transient 8 Cents per Hue-for one Insertion. 13 " " " two Insertions 15 " " " three Insertions. Business Notices In LooaL C'oLumn 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac., Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, includiug paper, Yi 00 Three Squurcs " " " 16 00 yur Squares " " " 20 00 leu Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, July 12, 1870. The Funding bill has passed both houses and has been signed by the Presi dent. The new Attorney General has taken the oath, and .assumed the duties of that office. Cabinet Changes are talked about with so much positiveness that although the rumors of changes are contradicted, there must be some truth in the reports. "Where there is so much smoke there must be some fire, and it is probable some change in the State department will be made before l...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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