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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 October 1870

43 Tuesday, October 2,5, JSITO. i OVAL JJ B VA It T M IS NT. OUR TERMS A rc One Dollar a Year in Advance I Persons who receive a paper with tills article marked, may know that they should mall or oth erwise send the subscription price. If they wish to eontiiiuo to receive Tie Tunes. CORRESPONDENTS will please hear in mind that, Idlers received laler than Saturdaycve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. Double Funeral. Oa Tuesday last Samuel MClintook, of Carroll twp., died juito suddenly from a paralytic stroke, and in half an hour afterwards his daughter Mrs. Btoner, died, both being buried to gether the day following. ew Tannery. Messrs. John A. Dcchlcl & Son, ol Philadelphia, havo bought land near the upper part of Newport, for tho pm-poso of erecting a largo Stcain Tannery. Tho buildings arc to be of stone with slate roof, ami of sufficient sizo to employ from thirty to forty men. Troublesome. We are asked for space to complain ...

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. — 25 October 1870

6 uiljc imcs, Nero Bloomftctu, $)a. m U00mficItr genius. Tuesday, October 25, 1870. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS fl'e invite communication from all wsonnwhoare Interested in matters jirbjierl u Monglno to tills department. A Cheap Ice House. A correspondent of the Hearth and Home ufives the following plan fur build ing a cheap and good ice house. " A collar is dug G feet deep, and in it arc set on end edge to ed.e, halves of logs G to 10 inches in diameter, and S feet long. Two frames GJ feet square serve to keep the uprights from Jailing in, and the dirt upon the outside holds thcui in place. The tops are then sawed oil' evenly and level, and an inch-board nailed on, upon which the roof-boards are fitted, mitred and nailed at the top and battened. The end is simply inch boards set edge to edge. A door two feet wide is hung in one end; an em bankment is made all around of the earth thrown out of the cellar, and the thing is done; save in cases where the bottom is not sandy, a drain will...

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

t l)c SEimes, Hew Bloomficto, JjJo. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISooIlscIIci's aisd Hlutioneirs, islaxk nuoc maxufa cturers. And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND No. Market Street, :!1 PHILADELPHIA, J'A. CHARLES 3IAGAHGE & CO., Wholesale Dealers 111 Paper, A&sxjg"!-. .&co.., Km. .TO, 32, ami 31, South Sixth Street, 111) LAB KLVIIIA, PA. ttU- Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. Kilyi'l SOWEil, BARNES & POTTS, ISiPoIi..sclici & ftintioasei'M, And Dealers in C U R TAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 5- Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and Drunks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of the United States, Felton's Outline Maps, &c. Always on hand, and made to Order. Sit rpiIIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Ahnold'b, L and is sold at iniieli less p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 October 1870

Professional Cards. LEYVIS l'OTTKH, ATTOIINEY-AT-LaW & N'OTAltY J'l ni.ll'. New JHnomJInlil, Irrit Omntu, Penn'a. S Special attention given to t.'oiiectiaiiH of nil kinds, lo the settlement of estates. &'., unit nil oilier legal business prosecuted with fWtelity anil dispatch. Also, Depositions, Allldavlts anil Ac knowledgments taken. MOfIlce live doors West of Sutch'shntel. 321 v. B P. McTNTIltK Attornev lit Law. and DIs- triet Attornev of I'errv county Ofllce with J. T. Melntire, New Ulooinlield, Penn'a. ITTM. N. KE1BKKT. Attorney-nt-Law, V New Ulooinlield, Ferry eo., I'a. Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly. "ITtTM. M. SCTCH, Altorncy-at-Law, and Mlll YV tary Claim Agent. New T.loomlleld. Terry eo.. Ta. -Ofllce Two doors West of F. Mortimer's Store 3 7 ly WM. A. SFONSLEli, Attorncy-nt-Law. Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Ulooinlield, Terry co., Ta. 3 2 ly SII. GALBIt.WTH. Attorney-nt-Law, a New Ulooinlield, l'erry eo., I'a. rf-Tensions, Bounties, Hack Fay, and al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

. 'Ml I If if IP ' lJ FllANK MORTIMER, ) ----- , ..r-v '-vo, AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Zl'iJL?l&r? rol. IV. Noav Bloomficld, I3i., IVovcsmUei- 1. 1870. ISo. -44. Js rubUshcd WccLlu, At New IJloomlicld, renn'. r.v PRANK MOKTIMKll. Judkins' Elopement on- AN UNPLEASANT SITUATION. "jri. JUDSON JUDKINS was a widow XYI cr. Ho had been in this stale of un certainty for about fivo years, when the little ail'air which I am about to tell you of occurred. At that time Mr. Judson Jud kins was about fifty-two years of ago, and ho ought to have known better thaii to get himself into a situation from which ho could not extricate himself. But then peo ple hardly ever do know what they really ought to know, and Mr. Judkins was no exception. And then lie didn't think that ho was getting himself into a bad fix, though if ho had just stopped to consider but you see, ho didn't have any time to con sider. IIo was obliged to go somewhere, and so he went, and the result was that ho found himself...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

2 but a moment to live. Aro you afraid you will lose me ?" " No, but I want to be sure of you." " Well, then go and get ready, and I'll bring the carriage roand to the door." fOuce more Sir. Judson Judkins groan ed, but there was no one to hear him. The lovers had left the room. " 0, the perfidiousncss of woman !" said ho, " arising in all his native majes ty," and stretching his limbs. " I'll never trust one again." And with one bound he came out from behind the sofa, and stole up stairs to his room. That day at dinner, Mr. Harry Jud kins, much to the surprise of every one, introduced to his sister and her guests, the quondam Jennie Gushington, as his bride. " Why, how sly you have been," cried Florence Richmond. " Sly ! why, 1 didn't even suspect that they were lovers," said Mrs. Mugworth. But just at this moment Mr. Judson Judkins entered the room, looking ex ceedingly savage. " Returned so soon ?" cried Mary. " Why, where have you been ?" "I have been," said Mr. Judsou Jud kins,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

ljc times, Kcw Bloomficlu, 3. 3 THE "Bleos Patent" NOISELESS, LINK MOTION, LOCK-STITCII Sowing Macliino Challenges thq World in Perfection of Work, Strength and Beauty of Stitch, Durability of Con struction and Kapldity of Motion. Call and exam ine, and for Agencies and Circulars, apply AT PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 623 Broadway, New York. 4 281y-a NOVRLTY NFWTIIINU, forpontieinciifc ri . use only. Sent lv return muTS on receipt of 30 cents. Audits wanted everywhere' Address, L. MljNltOH & (;).. ' 4 31 Sin p. o. llox .'Mill . w. f mi v LADlES ?,ll,R kLE fs the most. Useful nr 7 tide ever Invented for your use. Circulars free. Mrs. Morsan, P. O. l!ox il38,X. V,:!m GENTLEMEN The chant Cigar TifIs a i oT . . novelty and a plcasure. feamples 30 cents. A. Grant,P.O.Uox43Uo,N. V. ;;m $1140 How I mado it In 8 inns, with .Stencils. Samples mailed free. A.J.Flixa.m.N. V.Um A GREAT OFFER. HORACE WATERS, No. dSl T.voadway, New York "TIT-ILL dispose of One Hunduf.i) Pianos. Mb. T V lookons and OnciA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

4 lt Io0mfiflb jhufs. ADVERTISING RATES I Transient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " two insertions 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cent9 per lino. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. ne Square per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per 3-car, including paper, vi ou Three Squares " " " 16 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW KLOOMFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, Xovembcr J, 1S70. Thursday, November 2-ltli, lias been designated by the President as a day of National Thanksgiving, for the many mercies received during the past year. The census returns show the popula tion of Philadelphia to bo (557.171), which is. at lcat 200,000 less than the citizens expected. In 1800 the popula tion was 5GG,170, showing an increase of 91,G")0 in the last ten years. The recent shock of an ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

Stye mcs, Nero Bloomftclu, Ja. 5 llt flltromftcfti pints. Tuesday, November 1, 1870. L O V A L 1 K 1'A 11 T M E X T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance I Persons who receive a paper with this artlelo marked, may know that t hoy should mail or oth erwise send the subscription price, it they wish to continue to receive The Timet. CORRESPONDENTS "ill please hear In mind Hut letters received later than Saturdayeve niiiK, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. Postponed. The salo of tho Klino estate in Juniata twp., which was advertised to take place on the 29th ult., has Lccn post poned until Saturday tho 19th inst., sco ad vertisement next week. Coiiflrinei!. At a meeting of tho di rectors of tho P. 11. 1. Company, held on tho 3rd, tho appointment of Charles E. Pugh, of Philadelphia, as General Agent, cicc Mr. Franciscus, deceased, was cou llrined. Exhibition. Tho Students at tho Acade my in this borough, proposo to give an Ex hibition in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

6 J)c Srimcs, New SJloomftclir, JJcu la0mfitlir inus. Tuesday, November 1, 1870. FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ITe mfe communications from allpenmnxvihoare interested tit matters properly belonging to this department. Long-Keeping Apples. Mr. 0. S. Willy cives in The Horticul turist the following advice to keep the American Golden llussct apple, and it will of course answer for any other. It is still timely information for this season : " Of first importance to every iuiiuly and orcliaruusts is a, good later kcepiiic; apple. A cellar well stored with them, in prime condition, ia a miue of wealth, and a source of real pleasure which few ever reach. We aUvays knew the American Golden llussct to bo just this treasure, out never iully realized it as I have the present summer. Up to July 1st, they were in our market, as firm, crisp and tender, ''sound to tho core," as the Autumn before whetr gathered. It was a good feast to look upon, but one seldom presented ; fur as I know a large majority ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, Kooksellcr.s and Stationers, 11LANK HOOK MANUFACTURERS, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL 1ABKH, No. 430, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAGARGE & CO., Wliolcsalo Dealers In P:iper, JLsig-s, &c., Nos. 30, 32, ami 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 3- Paper any Size, Weight, Colo)' and Quality, made to order, at short notice, loly-li SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, ISoofcsclIci'S fe Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. A3, Publishers or Sanders' New Headers, and lirouks' Arithmetics. Also, Hubert's History of the United States, Fulton's Outline Maps, &c. ". BliAIVK BOOKS Always on hand, and made to Order. 3t ILOOOIAtf'S "WVitikisr 11 ul cl f THIS FLUID is warranted F.QUAL to Arnold's, and is sold at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 November 1870

8 Professional Cards. LKWtH I'OTTKK, ATTOHNEr-AT-J,AW & NOTAKT Pl'llMC, New BlonmiMd, JVrni txninlil. Inn'a. S-Sicclal attention given to Collections of nil kinds, to tlio settlement of estates, &., nnd nil other legal business prosecuted with lldelitv and dispatch. Also, Depositions, Affidavits mid Ac knowledgments taken. -Oil.ce live doors West of Suteh's hotel. 321y. T P. McINTIHK Attorney nt, Law, and Dls- I ...1., A 44... 11 ..,.4.. 11411... ..I41. M.m miwiiieyoi j tni.v i-.ihiimj. J. T. Mulntire, New itlooinliuld, V Ollleo with enn a "TrM. N.-SKIREHT. Attorney -at-1.aw, T V New liloomlield, Perry Co., Pa. Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly. "IT7"M. M. SUTCII, Attorncy-nt-Law, and Mill- TV tary Claim A Kent. lien Rloomlleld, Perrv co., Pa. i-Onien Two doors West of F. Mortimer's Store :!71y Wil. A. SPONSLKR, Altorney-at-Law. OHice adjoining his residence, on Fast Main street, New Blooinlield, Perry to., Pa. 3 2 ly Sir. GALBltAlTII, Attorney-at-Law, New llloonitiohl, 1'crry co., I'a. U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

FRANK MORTIMER, Editor and Proprietor, 'Vol. IV. J Published Weekly, At New Bloomfield, Penn'a. BY FRANK MO 11 TIMER. A Woman's Secret. mISS TIGGS was not tho legitimate or accepted form of tin old maid ; or, in other words, Miss Tiggs was not tall, scrag gy, prim and sharp-nosed. On tho con trary, Miss Tiggs was of rolcy-poley order, short, plump and full-faced, and without a bit more primness than was necessary to keep up the dignity of tho profession into which tho fortune of lifo had cast her, for Miss Tiggs kept a boarding school for young ladies. Besides her pupils, Miss Leonora had two nephews one an inmate of the establish ment, and one away at school in a distant city at Miss Tiggs cxponso, whom she had not seen for nearly live years. Tho ono who was an inmate of the establishment, a youth of twenty, Walter Askam by name, was under continual sentence of banish ment, or, in other words, since he had reached the maturo age of fifteen had been told daily that ho was too old to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

2 l)c dimes, NcttK.Blaomfifl )cu WHAT A DETECTIVE DID. TN 1856, on a cold, raw day iu Decern JL ber, a boy came to my room with a dispatch from the general office. At the time I was half dozing, half reading on a sofa, thinking how much better off I was in that neat, quiet, well-warmed room than thousands who wcra out in storm, their faces pelted by the pitiless snow and sleet. It was my seventh month on tho detec tive forco. During that time I had ridden and walked from one end of Broadway to the other, and run my head into more queer out of tho way places than I care to again. A detective has not so easy a life after all. Once a revolver bullet aimed at me in a stolen-goods cellar where I was look ing around for a marked chap, took away the lower edge of my left car. I heard ringing that time, sure, but the skulk who fired the shot had a more musical time, for ho went to Sing Sing, after being led to the Toombs with his right shoulder shattered by a return ball. One time just as I...

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

Cljc Qttmes, Xcto Blooutficfo, Pa. THIS "Blees Patent" NOI8ELE33, LINK MOTION, LOCK-STITCH Sowing Machine Challenges the World in Perfection of Work, Strength and Beauty of Stitch, Purablllty of Con struction and Rapidity of Motion. Call and exam ine, and for Agencies and Circulars, apply AT PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 623 Broadway, Now York. 4 281y-a NlWFT.TV NEWTIIINO, for gentlemen's iivv uiiiii use only. Kent by return mail on receipt of 30 cents. Agents wanted everywhere. Address, h. MlINItOK & CO., i 31 3m P. O. llox 3261, N.Y. City. T. ADIT'S The Euobnib is tho most Useful ar JuUk) tide ever invented for vour use. Circulars free. Mrs. Morgan, p. o. Uox2j38,N.Y,3in GENTLEMEN' The rHANT .c,uu T,p ls a UillUlJlUPjiX novelty and a pleasure. Samples 30 cents. A. Grant,IO.Hox43'.u,N.Y. 3m $1140 How I made It In Chios, with Stencils. Samples mailed free. A.J.FuiXAM.N.Y.Oin A GREAT OFFER. HORACE WATERS, No. 481 Broadway, New York WILL dispose of One IluNnnnn Pianos, Mb lodeons and Oiioans,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

4 ADVKItTISING KATES I Tramient8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 12 " " two Insertions. 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. Obituary notices over five lines, 5 cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. se Square per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, Including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " " " 10 00 Fur Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, PENN'A. 'Tuesday, Xovember 8, 1870. The Election in West Virginia re sulted in a democratic victory, that party gaining two members of Congress and probably the Legislature, which elects the next United States Senator. Hon. Columbus Delano the former commissioner of Internal revenue has taken charge of the Interior Department in place of Mr. Cox. Mr. Douglass the deputy commission of Internal revenue is in charge of that department and it is probable ho will be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

!)c STimes, New Bloomficttr, )au 5 mt fllaamfUttr Sinus. Tuesday, November 8, 1870. LOCAL D 13 FA It TME2TT, OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance I Persons who receive a paper with this article marked, may know that they should mail oroth y pi erwlse send the subscription rice, if they wish to continue to receive une Time). CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In mindtliat letters received later than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. Mcterology. During the past month the average of the Theromcter at 8 A. M., was 48 degrees. The lowest point indicated was 42 degrees. The amount of rain which foil during tho month was 8 inches and C-tenths. Admitted. On Monday evening of last week Mr. Jacob Bailey was admitted to practice in the several courts of this county having passed an examination which show ed that ho had been a close student. Mr. Bailey is a son of lion Jos. Bailey who is so well known throughout tho county. Half ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

6 I)c STimes; New Dloomficfo, JJa. Tuesday, November 8, 1870. FAS1C AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ITe ntte communication from all personswhoare interested in matters properly belonging to this department. RctItuI of Peach Trees. A discovery of no small moment in tlio interest of ariculturo 1ms been miule by Dr. George B. Wood, and communicated by him to tho American Philosophical Society, of which he is President. Peach trees iu this vicinity, after producing a few crops, not only eeaso bearing, but perish themselves in u short time; whereas their natural life is fifty or sixty years, or more. Tho cause of the defective power of growth is believed by Dr. Wood to be owing to a deficiency of potash in the soil and ho asserts that if this alkali be sup plied to the tree so that'it shall reach tho small roots and be absorbed, the fruit bearing power is restored, and tho tree itself, if prematurely perishing, is revived. Believing with most persons that the cause of the decay lay iu worms at the r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISooksellors and Stationers, ISLAND BOOK MA If UFA CTURERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL PAPJHIl, No. -130, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, PA. C1IA11LES MACJARGE & CO., Wholesale Doalers in Paper, liri-s, Aco., Nos. .",0, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. r Taper any Slzo, Wei-jlit, Color and Quality, made to ordor, at short notice. 101y4i SOWER, li ..MIXES & POTTS, ISoolisoIIei'H fc Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 823 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. . Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and Vtrooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of the United States, Felton's Outline Maps, &o. BLAXK HOOKS Always on hand, and made to Order. 3H I,OC'IUIAN'S Writiniy llniai THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Arnold's, and is sold at much l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 November 1870

Professional Cards. X POTTER, JLi ATTOBNET-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBI-IC, iW?w Bloomfleld, Perrp Count;, Itnn'a. - Special attention given to Collections of all kinds, to tlio settlement of estates. Sc., and all other legal business prosecuted with fidelity and dispatch. Also, Depositions, Aflldavits and Ac knowledgments taken. -Ofllce five doors West of Sutch's hotel. 32 ly. B P. McINTIRE Attorney at Law. and Pis- . trlct Attorney of Perrv county. Oftlce with J. T. Mclntire, New Bloomfleld, Fenn'a. -1TTM. N. 8EIBEKT, Attorney-at-Law, Vy New Bloomlield, Perry CO., Pa. Bloomfleld, 3 33 ly. WM. M. 8UTCII, Attorney-at-Law, and Mili tary Claim Agent, Mew ltloomlield, Terry co., Pa. TOfflce Two doors West of F. Mortimer's Store 3 7 ly TTM. A. SPONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, Vy Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomlield, Perry co., Pa. 3 2 ly SII. GALBEAITH, Attorney-at-Law, s New Bloomlield, Perry co., Pa. Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, and all Claims against the Governm...

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