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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 January 1870

l)c fflmcB, Nun Bloomftcfo, )a. 5 Tlio Bloomfield Times Tuesday, January IS, 1S70. J, OCAL D E 1'A It T 31 E X T. OUR TERMS A re One Dollar a Year i n Advance ! Persons win) receive a paper with this article marked, nmy know that they should renew their subscription, It tliey wish to continue to receive If'ie 'limes. Million's Mngnzine for February is at hand and contains its usual variety of inter esting and instructive reading. It is cer tainly the cheapest magazine we know of. Elliott, Thomes and Talbot, of Boston, are the publishers. Aeddcut. On Monday of last week, tho horses of Mr. John Kell, of Kye township, took fright at the blowing of a whistle while passing the round house at MaryV ville, and threw him on tho hames of the saddle horse, injuring him considerably in ternally. Horse Thieves. Sometime during last Saturday night, some person or persons stole a dark bay horse and a buggy from the stable of Mr. Wertz, in Carlisle On Sunday, the stolen property was traced to wher...

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. — 18 January 1870

l)c tmc0f Nciu Bloomficlb, )a. 6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. We invilp rnmmnnlriftlnnn.frnm nil iwrmnmrhoare in)rrrt'ii in witters proimrlu Ix.Hmying to this di'imrtmcnl. Cimlinp;, Cuttle. The N''m Eij!n7 Farmer cays " tliat Jolin Hunter, p no of tlio most celebrated physicians that ever livuil, y.nvo tho mothers of his day four cardinal things needed for infants plenty of iniik. plenty of sleep, plenty of fliuinel, and plenty of Cuttle, tied in -the stable, where they cannot scratch or lick tltouiwdven. need the luxury of a daily carding. It should be statedly and ivutly done, and beside beitiii a merciful measure, is an economi cal one- It makes beef, by keeping the skin soft, and loose, and lively ; it in creases the How of milk, by helping di gestion, which is always aided by a healthy skin ; and it. saves food,, because the better the digestion, the more nutri tion is extracted from the food eaten. Add to all this, that, the cattle always look better when thus considerately treat...

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. — 18 January 1870

(EIjc mc0, New Bloomftcliry Pa 7- Philadelphia Advertisements Booksellers and Stationers, SOWER, P.ARXES & POTTS, Ilooiitsellers & Stationers, Ami Dealer In CURTAIN- AND Jos. F30 Market ami 5a Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. t- Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and room' Aiiunnetics. Aisu, Robert's History of A United stales, i'elton's Outline Maps, .e. IS it A X K KOOBiS Always on hand, and made to Order. 31 tf MILLER & ELDER, ISooItseller and Stationers, BLANK HOOK MAN UFA CTUHEliS, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL PAPEIl, No. 430, Market Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. n C1L1RLKS MAG AUG E & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Qualit lue to uiiler, at short notice. Iuly4 LOCMMAS'S "Writing- iliiicl! rpilIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to AiiNOJ.n'e 1. and is soul at niiieu less once. The monc will be iciuiiileil lo those buying it, if it does not prove euwieiy sausiaciory. t-i'or sa...

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. — 18 January 1870

ljc imc0, New BloamficK), 13a 8 OUK TV 13 W FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. SUPERIOR MERITS OK THE "SING ER" Machines over nil others, lor either Knmily ttse or Manufacturing- purposes, are to well established nnd so generiilly admitted, that an eninnerntion of t'neir relative excellences is no longer considered necessary. Our NEW FAMILY MACHINE which linn heen brought to perfection regardless of time, labor, or expense, is now confidently 5iresented to the public ns incomparably the ?EST SEWING MACHINE IN EXISTENCE. The Machine in quei-tion is Simple, Compact, Durable and Reautlful. It is quiet, light running, and capable of per forming a range and variety of work never be fore attempted upon a single Machine, using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton Thread, and sewing with equal facility, the very best the very finest and coarsest materials, nnd anyihing be tween the two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. Its attachments lor Hemming. Rraiding. Cording, Tucking, Quilti...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

sill1 j ilk 4 rf rtnfefofr F JJ 1 JV K M O It T IME 11 , ) Editor and Proprietor, C AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ; Terms i IN ADVANCE, i One Dollar per Year. AAA?. J5T a,a I f-X Tft IMF ffl flfi life mil w V Vol. IV. The Bloomfield Times Is Published Weekly, At New Jiloomfleld, l'enn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. BUHRCIlirTION TEKM8. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR! IN ADVANCE. AIJVKimsiNO RATES. Transient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " " two insertions. 15 " " " three Insertions. Business Notices In Loral Column 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 8iuaros per year, including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " " " 10 00 F.nir Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Incli, is tine square. Old Lawrence's Will: WAS IT Lost or fStolon V flHE WILL lay upon the counter before .1. me, and my eyes were riveted upon tho large cover which contained it,...

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. — 25 January 1870

31 r, 3larshnr.s Housekeeper. )' f ""VTIPDLE - AO ED and respecta J3X We," eulogized Anne Bronson, lotting' tlie paper fall listlessly on her lap, as she finished reading the following ad crtisoiricnt in the morning paper : Wantkd. A middle-aged, respectable woman, to go into the country, as u house keeper. Apply from 1'2 to 1 at No. Astor House." Always those two indispensable middle aged '-and she went into a tit of niu- sing. ' Here I have been for six months," she ; went on sadly ' looking for some honest ' employment, to keep body und soul to : ether. My money is nearly gone, .nd 1 never will return to my relatives if 1 starve!" Her eyes flashed, and she rose hastily and walked the room. 1 shall never forgive their conduct to ' poor Harry," she Went on musingly, "and now he's been deiid six months, and I am .nearly destitute." She sat downagain. ''Now, if I could only take this house keeper's place, I'm sure I could fill it, maiiKs to Aunt .jane s training 'lumitie-aged'-" "I w...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

I)c mc0, ftnu Bloamftelir,. h. 3i jJoxttcul sjrfjertians.. 0VE3 AND 0VE3 AGAI2T, o VKK and over niiin, N'o matter which way I turn, I always tlml in the Hook of Life Koine lessons 1 have to learn. 1 must take my turn at the mill, 1 must, hi linl out the golden grain, 1 must work at my task with a resolute will- Over and over again. A e ominot measure the need Of even the tiniest tlower. Nor check the How of the golden sands That run through a single hour, lint I he morning dew must fall ; And the sun and the summer rain Must do their part, and perform it all Over and over again. Over and over again Tin; hrook through the meadow Hows, And over and over again The ponderous mill-wheel goes.. Once doing will not sufllee, Though doing lie not in vain : And a Messing, failing once or twice, May come If we try again. The path that has once lcen trod Is never so rough to feet ; Ami the lesson we once have learned Is never so hard to repeat. Though sorrow fill tears may fall. And Ihe heart t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

4 (Il)c Stimc0, Kitvo iUoomftclb, J3a ?bc fUaom&iIfr Sinus. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, January 25, 1870. Thk storm wliicli visited this section last week, Monday, appears to have ex tended over the whole country, doing in some portious great damage, and causing much loss of life. Governor Geaky was inaugurated lost week, . Tuesday. The military and firemen's parade was the finest display ever seen in that city. The fire compan ies of Harrisburg, left the procession be cause some colored soldiers were permit ted in the line. That was an exhibi tion of narrow-inindcness worthy of the dark ages. Our Thanks. We are strongly tempttA to publish the flattering notices which some of our exchanges have given The Time Binee its enlargement ; but as such reading may he more agreeable to us, than to our sub subscribers, we will deny ourselves that gratification! Our friends, will, however, please con sider that with uncovered head, we make them our most polite bow, as we return our th...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

Tlio Bloomfield Times Tuoaday, January 2&, 1S70. LOCAL D 12 l'A 11 T 3t E N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance I Persons who receive a paper with tills article murkeil, may know Unit tney should renew their subscription, If tiiey wish to continue to receive The Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In mind thai letters icceivud lal?r than Katurday eve ning, r tlie ilown mail on Monday morning liuve to lay over until (lie following week. An Upset. On the evening of tlie 19th inst., a spring wagon containing Philip Barkley and wife, and Miss Sallie Jacobs, was upset in Juniata township from the horse taking fright, caused by the breaking of a part of tlie harness. Miss Jacobs had jumped out, and the wiigon upset on her, bruising her somewhat, but the others es caped without injury. X Chicken Thieves. From all parts of the county come complaints of the depreda tions of these gentry. Only a few nights since one of the staid citizens of Green Park was aroused three times,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

FASM A1TD HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. u" mmmjinlmtionn frnm nil pprmnnirlwnrr. inlf.ri's'c.il. in matters proierlu Moniilny to thin deportment. f'OMMtNlCATEl). ' Look Aliond!4 At this eofiHon of the year, farmers hIiouIJ carefully lay their plans' for tho entiling season. What to jilarit, anJ where to plant it, should be well consid ered, and the plans f ir Sprinf: carefully laid. Take into consideration what crops are likely to prove the most ready sale, and tho most productive, and govern yourself accordingly. The ex t fit lar-re crops of potatoes raised the" past year, over-stocked the market and made low prices. This will he upt to keep many persons from planting more for another year than required for home use. Those who look ut nil these points carefully, will be pretty certain to pee that low prices one season, are followed as a gen eral rule, by high prices another. We merely refer to potatoes as showing the general principle, and what is true of that crop will, with equal 'force npply...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

k)t mints, : New Bloomficlu, )a. Philadelphia Advertisements. Groceries and 1'roristons. V. P. KXIUIIT & 1IK4TS, Wholesale Dealers iu P I S 11 , Cheese AND X3iovifsioiiH, 114 South Delaware Aveuue, Below CAcstnnt St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agents for Collins, (icildcs & LVs Canned Fruits. UMltf S. 15. TAYLOK, WITH WAINWRIGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AM) TEA. DEALERS, .North East Corner of 2ml ami Arch Street?, Philadelphia Pa, V. A. ATWOOU. ISAAC Vi. Ranck. ATWOOD, 11AXCK .& CO., CoatmiaM.sioii lei'elianls, AVI Wholesale Dealers In all kinils of Fbkled and Salt FISH, No. 210 North Wharves, above Knee Street, .",40 (.nil! PHILADELPHIA, PA. WHOLESALE -5, & GROCERS January 1, 1809. Wood and Willow Ware. Ml Willi A & CO., AVl'olcsalu lXalt rs In Carpets, Oil Cloths, S3iad.es, Brooms, Carpet Chain, Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c, And a tine assortment of Wood anil Willow VWare, No. 313, North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. January 1, 18(10. 'lobaeeo, Seyars, Cr. Tho...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 January 1870

8 (l)c imcs, Kcvo iJloomficlii, )n. O TJ It. NEAV FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. rpHE SUPERIOR MERITS OF THE "SING 1. ER" Machines over nil others, for either Family use or Manufacturing purposes, are to Well established and so generally ndiiiitlcd, that h enumeration of their relative excellences is no longer considered necessary. Our NEW FAMILY MACHINE which has been brought to perfection regardless of time, labor, or expense, is now confidently presented to the public as incomparably the BEST SEWING MACHINE IN EXISTENCE. The Machine in question is Simple, Compact, Durable and Beautiful. It is quiet, light running, and capable of per forming a range and variety of work never be fore attempted upon a single Machine, using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton Thread, and sewing with equal facility, the very best the very finest and coarsest materials, and anything be tween the two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. Its attachments lor Hemming. Braiding. Cording, Tucking,...

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. — 1 February 1870

ilk I rfn FllAXK St OJi TIM Kit, Editor and Proprietor. J Vol. IV. The Bloomfield Times Js Published Weekly, At New IHoomdeld, Pcnn'a. r.Y FRANK MORTIMER. eunscuiPTioN teiims. OXE DOLL All PER YE All ! IN ADVANCE. ADVEKTJSINO KATES. Transient S Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " " two insertions. 15 " " "three insertions, business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Dcntlis inserted free. Tributes of Kcspcct, &.C., Ten cents per line. YEAULY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per vcur, including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " " " 10 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. Old Lawrence's Will : WAS IT LoHt or Stolen V CONCLUDED. excitement in the town was ten- . Told, a hundred-fold greater now than on tho occasion of the testator's sudden death. Our post-office was besieged, and the clerks plied with questions, while I kept myself safely out of sight in the inner office, ...

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. — 1 February 1870

2 l)c imc0, New Bloomftcft, Pa among tliern, with Mr. Grey, who had been spending his Christmas at Thorn bury. She looked pale, and my heart , smote nic for my base, treacherous, insane suspicions of her. Sho neither glanced at ire nor spoke to me, and when .my father invited all the relatives and Mr. Snapo to go on intot.hu house, she passed me, as I stood humbly at the door, with averted eyes and a high dignified carriage. As both Grey and Snapo were present, it was unanimously agreed that the will should bo opened and read upon the spot. Several persons, with no immediate inter est iu it, had made their way into our drawing-room, aud as nobody seemed inclined to turn them out, I also remained, standing against the fireplace, and watch ing steadfastly for some glance from Katie's eyes. Mr. Snapo opened the will sharply, and started oil' at reading it, with none of his professional deliberation aud delay, but as if he was as eager to get at its contents as any person present. It wa...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 February 1870

3 THE BEOTEEB'S FAREWELL. 0 4 "KAi:Ki: to mo l.rothcr. hearken, I liiivi! somclhiii;! I would s;iy I'.rc the veil ijiy vision darkens, and I r,o from earth away: I mil ilyiiiji ! lirotlior dying! Soon you'll miss lile from my berth. And my I'm in will soon 1-c lyini; 'iicath Hit; ocean's Iiu.sy surf. Lie in.) nearer ItoIIici, nearer, for my limbs arc j'rnwlm: cold. And thy presence socinoth dearer when thiner.rnis around iih; fold. Iam .m;pi;;, brother, goim1; Yet my hope in Cod is slron;;; 1 am willing. hrotli'-r, knowing that I Icrtoptli noth. iiii! wron;.;. Tell my father when you pivot him, that in dentil i prayed for him I'rayed thai I one day nii;;ht meet him in a world that's Tree from sin; Toll my mniher. Cod will help her, How that she is crowing old Thill her child did yearn to kiss her when his lip were .rowing cold. Listen, brother, en Mi each whisper, 'tis my wife I'd peak of now; Tell. le'.l her. how I missed her, when the. fever lir.T.cd my brow. Tell her. brother clo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 February 1870

NEW BLOOttFIELl), TENN'A. Tuesday, February J, IStO. The question of admitting Virginia lias at last boon fettled. llcr Senators and representatives have been sworn in at "Washington, and on Friday last, (Jeneral iVwiby issued his order turning over the State from the military to civil control. The House of lleprcscntativesby quite a large majority have voted to abolish the Franking privilege after the 1st of July icxt. If this abuse is not now done away with, the country will know just who to blame for its continuance. The saving to the country will not be merely in the Post-office department, but will save in the printing department, thousands of dollars annually, as tons of speeches and other documents, will no longer bo printed if thcyaro to be mailed at iudvidual expense. We have received from Messrs. 11. K. Jamison & Co., Hankers and Brokers, Philadelphia, a very interesting table of I he rate of gold premium for each day in the year since January, 18G2. From this we have ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 February 1870

l)c mcs, New SHoomficli), JJa. Tho Bloonifield Times Tuesday, February 1, 1S70. I, OCAL 1) E J'A K T M E X T OUR TERMS A re One Hollar a Year in Advance ! Persons xvlm receive ;i paper with Hits article marked, may know Unit they should renew their uli.crition, if they wish to continue to receive T.tc Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please hear 1m ininil that letters received later thiin Sutimliiy eve ning, or the down mull on Monday morning have tu lay over until the following week. A Salesman M'nntcil ! A Fish and Pro vision house in Philadelphia, wish to en gage a salesman. Ono well acquainted with this and adjoining counties, and who can come well recommended, can secure- a posi tion in a first-class house. For further in formation, address F. Mortimer, New Hlooinllelil, Pa. CwAeduYiit. On Thursday morning, just before daylight, Mr. John Fenton, of Buf falo township, had both bones of his leg broken near the ankle, by falling olF tho wharf into tho canal, at the corner of Front and J...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 February 1870

G FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. Wc Inrlli' romminu'ent ions from nil irrmnKirhonra intvrvxtril in mutter proiierln lieloimintl to this ilejiiirlincnt. Interesting Forts About the llnteliing of Chickens. The lien lias Fcurccly set on tlic cgfrs 12 hours when wo begin already to dis cover in it some lineaments of the head and body of tho chii-kcn that is to he horn. The heart appears to heat nt flic end of the day ; at the end of 4S hours, two vesicles of blood can ho distinguish ed, the pulsation which is very-visible. At the 50th hour an auricle of the heart appears, and resembles u lace or nonsc folded down upon itself. At the end of 70 hours wo distinguish wings, and on tho head two bubbles for tho brain, one for the bill, and two others one for the fore part and tho other for the hind part of the head. The liver ap pears toward the fifth day. At tho end of 131 hours the first vol untary motion is observed. At t he cud of 15J8 hours the lungs and stomach become visible ; at tho end of...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 February 1870

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Groceries and 1'rocisions. V. P. ItXIUHT IlilO'N, Wholesale Dealers iu PIS II , Cliocsc AM) 114 South Delaware Avenue, Rclow Chestnut St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agents for Collins, (ietldes & Co's I tinned Fruits. unit H. US. VAYJLOIE, WITH WAINWRIGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AM) TEA DEALERS, North East Coiner of 2nd ami Arch Street'.', Philadelphia Pa W. A. Atwook. Isaac W. Hawk. ATW001), RANCH & CO., Coiiansiission I5EereIaa(M, AND Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of Tickled ami Salt. J? I S H , No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street, 3 -1(1 OliiO PHILADELPHIA, FA. WHOLESAtE -S, January 1, lsCO. Hood and Willow Ware. Wholesale Dealers iu Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades, Brooms, Carpet Chain, Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c, And a line assortment of Wood asaal Willow Ware, No. 313, North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. January 1,1S(W. 1obaeeo Seyars, Ac, Thomas Ronn. A. J. McConkey. ROBB & McCONKEY, i'oinmixsKm lerehacils, , Anil Wholcsalo Dea...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 February 1870

8 Perry County Bank! Sponslcr, Jtinlciu A Co. rpiIK undersigned, having formed n Banking As I sociation miller the above inline ami style, are now ready to do a (Icneral Ranking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE THE COV11T IIOVSE, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We disl'ount notes for a period of not over fiO days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, live per cent, for any time over four months; and for four months four per cent. We are well provided wiHi all and every facility for doing a Hanking Business; and knowing, and for some years, feeling tlie great inconvenience un der which the people of tills County labored for tho want of a Hank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want : and this being the first Bank ever established in Terry county, we hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by all th business men, farmers and mechanics. Tliis Banking Associati...

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