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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 January 1871

'I 1 .r Ml 1 n'.lli hp 11 ."1 If r ; a x k m o n r i .m i: n , i ll.liloi' ti ml Vroprietor, ( AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. , Term : IX A I) VA X (Hi i One Dollar per Yi at . iSljiC ill; !" J ISlliL I J. 1 3 Ijijj flfcM; v F3 M Ill, if 113 M. i Mi I "Vol. 'V. Hccmflclii Suites. .s I'nlilislird U rrUt, At NtMV Itloitllliiolil, IVlill'il. P.Y F 11 A X Iv M 0 II T I M 13 It . HUIISCIIM'TION TKIIMH. HOLLA 11 Villi X 11 A lit oxi: GO CviitH ' ft .Montlm; 40 CrnfH for it Months, ITS' AI)VAACK. SU31TAME3. Men mire were siu-nam'il fiimi their shape or est t .', (You all m iv Co n 1 1 1 -l ry norm it,) There was Lewis llii! li.ilky, unit Henry tlic (ire. ii, John Lackland, nnil lVtiT t lie Hermit. An I now, wlu-n tlic ilnor-platc of misters and dames Arc read, each so c-on-1 tally varies l-'ioiu I lie owner's t.atlc, figure, mid calling, surnames Seem giv'n by t ic rule of cni.t;-arlus. Mr. llox. t'umgh provok'il, never doubles his II t. Mr. Hums in his jrn t lias no fuel. Mr. I'layfair ...

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. — 24 January 1871

2 lic imc0, Hew SJIoomftcli), pa. flfdtOltS. 3? The fullowiiiff curious "Incident of the War," by Mr. IJrct Harto, which was tirst published in 1HGH, in a California paper, and is now having a second run through the general press, will bo'accepted by the author's great army of admirers as a thorough contribution to the. amuse ment of the holiday season. Its represen tation of tho farmer's incorrigible eager ness to anticipate the "aged stranger's" fancied tidings from tho battle-field whero his son is engaged, anil of tho stranger's repeated attempts to complete his sen tence, has a ludicrousness of suggestion admirably climaxed by the dramatic re action of the last stanza : "I was with Grant," the stranger said : Said tlic farmer : " Say no more, ltnt rest thee liere at my cottage porch, For thy feet are weary and sore." "I was with Grant" the strangersald ; Said the farmer : "Nay no more t prithee sit at my frugal board, And eat of my humble store. "How fares my liny my soldier li...

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. — 24 January 1871

ljc mco, New Bloomficlb, $)i. 3 Office of J. B. E0BBI173, 420 North Eighth St., Philada. I Dobbins UJJM ' VECETABLEilK ! A color and dressing that will not burn the hair or injure the head. It doea not produce a color mechanically, as the poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores the hair to its original color and lustre, by supplying new life and vigor. It causea a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and aafest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. I'onlalin NO sri.l'IIL'H-No St (iAR OK I.KAll No I.ITIIAKtiK No NITKATK OK SUA KH. null is eiitnelr free from the Poisonous iiiid Heallh-destruylnu Progs used in oilier J lair Preparation. Transparent ami clear a crvtal. it w ill not soil I ho ttm-Ht fabric perfectly riAFK. CI. KAN, and P.PPH'IKNT desideratum I.ON'I. HOliCHT FOK AND.FOl'NI) AT I, AST ! It restores and prevents the Hair from liccom lim ti ray. Imparts a soft, iilosy appearance, re moves llandrun", is cool an...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 January 1871

l)c men, Nnu Sloomficlfc, JJa imrs. AlVKltTI.HlN(l BATKSt Transient s Cents per line Tor nnc Insertion. 12 " " ' iwiiinwrtluim 15 " " "three Insertions. HtiMncss Notices in Loral Column 10 Cents for tm-. Notices of Marriage or Dentin Inserted froc. Tribute of l!epect, Vc., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cents per litis. VEAIU.T ADVKIITIHEMENTg. Ouo S pline ier year, Includ'nii; paper, $ 8 00 Two S piiircx per vear, lulling n per, 13 On Three 8iiinrcB " " " 10 0J Four Siinnrcs " " " MO tin 'I en I,, lies Nnnp. licit or on'1 Inch, Is one siiiiaic. NEW KLOOIUFIELI), I'EXX'A. Tuesday, January , 1S71. At tlu present time there is no lejral way piiivi leil fur tlio redemption of cents uinl oilier nickel coin. Tliis trouMe promises to la; rouicdied. the U.S. Semite li : v i it r passed a bill directing tlio II. S. Treasurer to redeem tlicin when presen ted in sums of twenty dollars or more. In the present House of lieprescnta tivos there have licen tliTty cases of ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 January 1871

ljc Sinus, Urn JJIoomfidb, Jpn. 5 Titestiiii, Jauntil y li t, JS7J. l o c a L i i: pa 11 r 3 i: x r. OUR TERMS Ave One Itolfur n Year in Ailranee; CORRESPONDENTS will pirate lirar In Illllicl In. II Ifllfis . U'.l i.lii'i I lllll) .S,ltlllil,ivcc- uniii, ih incil'fvMi man .ni .viomlay iiiiji niji;Jiave til I. IV IIM'I tl.lt . 1 I. II' l.l.lilli Ilia ucvfc. aoticji-:. Kl.lin l I crs vdaec snivel Iptiims nil' lllinct out p.ca c n n.cinl.ei II, al nil luiiii-i m arc! slnpjicil HI i Li- c.p ml i n i. the tine for which tl.cy am lid. A ! st v In v.l'li In ii i;i. or nil.ir.il', may pie t'l In pay mm.,. person in llicir vicinity, lal..ei li.nn lriii.l ly n ail, we jrive nnlicc that the liillim'.iiK c.snns an' ant liiirii.nl to receive money fur J'liV Ttiiir: II. .M. l.l'.V. Ncwpnil. .I...l. I.. MVI-.N. l.anilislMii'" .lAl 'dm N. r. .... New l.iillalo. .v. -v. in, I, IV r. Al.. Ickc Inn ir. .-. ii. i n.ixi.n. i. ii.. .inn. aia. I 1. 1 . i iM.. T. Ai.. I fh,i.f. Ss.VJ.t I I. I.I 1.1 l.'l'. ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 January 1871

6 f lic fjloomfUlli itmts. Tuesday, January 24, 1871, FAEM AND. HOUSEHOLD . ITEMS We tnrlte commvnieatlonslram nil prrsnnstehoare interest"! in mutters properly belonging to this department. Bone Meal for Poultry. Tho following is nn extract from the Tcport of tbo poultry committee of the Bristol (Mass.) county fair : " Last winter I procured two barrels of bono, intending to use it lor Irish pota toes and otber garden crops. My wife appropriated somo of it for her roses iu the garden, by simply strewing it on the urface of tho ground around the bush es. Tho fowls liavo free access to the garden, und wcro discovered eating the meal very eagerly. Thinking it might bo of service to them, we gavo them some for several weeks, and I assuro you it was but a short time beforo the eggs began to como in, in such numbers as we had never known beforo. If a nest was broken up to prevent a hen from setting, it was but a few days till sho was laying again, and thus it has continued to tho present...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 January 1871

ljc hues, Xcin Bloomficlb la. Philntlclplila Adrorllsrinriiis. SOWEIt, UAIINES & l'OTTS, ISooksrllcrM & SI i I loners, Ami Dealers in IT 72 T A I N WALL-PAPERS, Sos. S:li Market ami 5i'i jMlimr Streets, Philadelphia, pa. Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of i ha Lulled states, Fctlon's Outline slaps fcc. ItL.Ult ItOOKS Always tm hand, and made, to Order. 31 1 MILLER & ELDER, ItooltMcllcrs anl Stationers, ltl.ASK BOOK MAS VFAWVliEHN. A ml Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AM) W.il.li l"AlI2It, Xii. 4:!0, Market Street, Jl BUILADELVUIA, J' A. CHARLES MAGA11GE k CO., Wholesale Dealers In Xiipoi 1 5 si $-.-, Sc., Nos. 30, fa, ami III, Siulli Sixth St reel, PHILADELPHIA, I'A. t. Paper any Size, Weight, Color ami Ouallly, made lo order, at short not h e. Itily41 rpn IS FHII his warranted IXil'Al.to Arnold's, 1 and I sold at much less price. The. money will be refunded to those Inlying It, if it does nut prove entirely satisfactory. M....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 January 1871

8 ljc imc0, Nciu Uloomftcli), $k. Iliscollaiicous News Items. E.'ZrA niil of twenty, nt Alton, 111., is litf'ins: n well I'm' Iter rather lit scvcuty-rlvo Cl'MlH II foot, I'lVA Ni w ITnni pshiro nvr iinnotiticinij tin- ile.it li ill" ii in in, says Iiu "leaves ft wile mid chi'd by a Conner liunliaml." OTA oniTiiiKO wns iiet in Anliurn, N. Y., the oilier ilny. liy an inrnriateil animal Hint, was nfleiwaiil deserijilively lefencil to hy a modest lady an "a unelulor ox." CTlic Piipictnc t'ourl of limn lias le riilnl llint if a jurunan li inks inloxiciitinc; lienors (Inriiifr a dial, tlie verdict may l-e nut aside and a new trial ordered. tW An Indiana hlierill', taking a Iinrse tliiel' to llie Slate prison, fell asleep in the rnilioad em, and when he woke np the piis inici was e,inio. llelhinks he must have got olf at a station for a drink, and f''t 'eft. Vf!" Aiming Hip pnnlo! etn iositii a YA'is rnusin reekons n wiinian who has liccn innr l ied six times, twiee to the same man ; has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

KJ fife li ft ft tiff i IW A N 4 51 firtl 1 M3) a a a . 4WfMrtlr HUBr ai as WW-WW IP i k p I 'f HI i (-'1 IH'Ii A. . liar ,- V B '. I ZlIilZB' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 1 "Vol. Ar. Now 131oomliolcl, Xi., Jiiiiuiivy :$1, 1871. IVo. 3. J Published Weekly, At New IJlooinfieM, lVim'a. FRANK MOKTIMEK. Illll lIIIIMIWH IIIWI LOVE S0H3. iiv w. i suor.MAKUt. " Do I still love you ?" Ask the bee If lie Mill loves the (lower ; And of the. flower demand IT flic Loves punshlnc and Ilia shower ; And nek tlie bird If ill! lie loves The Joy that Summer Urines Soft Kirs, blue skies, und leafy proves, That listen while ha sings. If bee ami Hotter and bird say "Nay," Then my love's false and lied away, " Why do I love you V Ask the sea Why it adores the moon ; And ask the oueenly lose w-hy she Dotes on the inontli of June j And ask tlie sunflower why she turun Her bosom to tin; Rim, And all the dark night fondly yearns For her beloved one. If suhllowcr, rose and sea reply, " We do not know," no...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

2 good naturcd-fcllow. 1'rcd took tlio sec ond scat, und hud tlio pleasure? of seeing beforo the breakfast was over that bo wan utterly dethroned. A eool civility took the place of nil the bows and smiles that had been meant for tho genuine Mr. Jones. Everybody appeared to feel that somehow bo was an impostor ,bccause they bad mado a mistake. It seemed a though nothing but tho cxtretno friendliness and respect which tho real Mr. Jones showed him saved him from absolute rudeness. Fred's spirit was up. To retreat un der tho circumstances would bn cowardice. He stayed and went about his business just bo had at first intended to, and this time nobody interfered with him. The Scvcrns iuvitcd him, but in such an em barrassed way, and with such readiness to take bis excuses, that bo ceased going there. " It is awkward having two of a name," ho said, and stayed away. But at last ho had what he came for a long wood ramble in tho stillness of perfect solitude. It was far more de lightful than...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

I)c imco, New 3EJIoomftcl&, )ti. 3 Office of J. B. BOBBINS, 423 North Eighth St., Philada. Dobbins Vegetable A color and dressing that will not burn tho hair or injur the head. It does not produce a color mechanically, as tho poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores the hair to its original color and lustre, by supplying new life and vigor. It causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. Tho best and safest article ever offerod. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. iNArruiM'rH ITaiv Jicstoratirc I Contains NO I.AC Sri.l'lH li No SK(i Alt OK l.UAP Nil I.ITIIAIKii: No NITHATI! OK MI.YKK.aml is cnlirclr free from the Poisonous anil Healtlidestruyiiitf'liniKs used In other Hair reparations. Transparent anil clcaras crystal, II will not soil the, llncst fabric perlcctlv ISAl'i:. CI. KAN. anil UKKICIKNT ilesiileiatuins I.li.Vi NOWJHT I'OU AND. POUND AT LAST I It restores anil prevents (In1 Hair from lieeoiu iiil! (Iray, imparls a soft, Klossv appear...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

lit fjllomnfirltr unt3. ADVKllTISINO HATIMl Transient 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion. 12 " " twolnscrilona 15 " "three Insertion. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Kcppcct, Arc, Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cents per line. TEAUT.T ADVKIITIHKMHKTH. ne Square per year, Including paper, $ R 00 Two Squares per year, Including paper, I'J 00 Three Squares " " " 1 00 Four Squares " " " SO 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, In one square. NEW IttiOOMFlELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, January Ut, JS7.I. The impeachment trial (X Gov. 1 1 ol den, of North Carolina, is now in iro gress; Gov. Holder's answer to tin) char ges covers over 200 w- riiii.AiiKi.rniA has another Special election on to-morrow. It is held 1'or the purpose of electing a lncnilier to the leg islature to fill n vacancy caused ly the death of Joseph A. Campl'dl, from the 17th district. An ACT ji vi up- ?U,U1;0 in aid of the suff...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

ljc tmcs, Ncu Bloomftclb, Ja. 5 Tncttttay, January 31, 1S71. h O C A Ij Ji K l'A 11 T M K N T. OUR TERMS Arc ()te Dollar a Year in Advance; CORRESPONDENTS wll! please boar in 111 i ml thiil Idlers received later than Sat unlay eve nhiK, or the down mail on Monday morning liavo to hiy oi or until tlio following week. is'Oxicji-:. Subscribers whoso subscriptions are about out will please remember tliat all papera are stopped at the expiration ol the time for which they arc paid. As many who wish to renew, or subscribe, may prefer to pay roiiio person Inilielr vicinity, rather than remit by mall, we ?lve notice that the following person are authorized to receive money for The Time: II. M. FI1Y. Newport. .IAMF.H I,. 1IVKN, Unillsnurir. YAM. .lACKStiN, 1'. iM.. New Jtutfalo. VM. A. IMIDFN. V. M.. b ke-bui L'. S. W. FICKfcS. r. M.. Juniata. FI.I Vol.' Mi, I'. M.. iiellnlle. HA Ml 1:1. ItF.KF.IiT. Khciinansdale. A. X. WIIITKkKnT.F,, Muikcivllle. 'IIIO.MAS St.AdAK, 1'. M., lilain. !. W. I.O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

6 l)c Qttmcs, New Bloomftcft, Ja fat lfl00mficl.tr pijuts. Tuesday, January 31, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS j . j We tnrlte cnmmitnlerittona.from nil permnwhonre ' interested inmatteri properly Motiving to thin I department. Instinct of Animals. Tho instinct which enables tho carrier pigeon to find his way hmnc is also shared by other animals. A writer in tho Lon don Bath Newtt says : " A Subject that has long had a deep interest for nutural i me is the power possessed by birds and animals of finding their way back to a given spot by a road never before traveled by then; Thero appears to bo no doubt that Providence) has bestowed an instinct upon them which we, who do not possess it, are hardly ablo to comprehend. Birds of passage liud their way by means of this unerring guide to tho remotest regions of tho earth, and seem to prefer traveling by night, as the keepers of lighthouses arc well awaro, inasmuch as they fre quently find woodcocks and other birds lying dead under the win...

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. — 31 January 1871

ljc imc5, New Bloomficlfr, Ja. Philadelphia Advertisements, SOWER, BARNES & P01TS, ISooksellcr & Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND ; WALL' I ',1 PEUS, Niis. 5.50 Market anil .lit -Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. . Publishers of Sanders' New Renders, and llr.i,.bu' A,,ll....li..,i 11. .1... ..., 111..1 I' tlio United Slates, l'i linn's (Jul li in; Mans, &e. Always on Iiand, and made lo Order, .'lit MILLER & ELDER, llooksellers and Wihttioners, PL A XK HOOK MAX CI I i.TCtMtN, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND wall iaij:s, No. -1:10, Market Street, SI PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAGA1MJE & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Nos. 30, 32, and .11, South Sixth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PA. I'aper any Size, Weight, Odor and Uuality, made to order, at short notice, lulyu I-OC'lMA:V Writing l'liiicl ! THIS FLUID is warranted KtJCALto Ahnoi.d's, and is sold at inueli less a lee. The money will be refunded to those buying it, if it does not prove entirely satisfactory. J For safe l...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 January 1871

8 GUjc imcs, Nero JJloomftdfX f). Miscellaneous News Hems. JftiyTwo convicts, by nmiic Clark and Joy were on llioir way to Australia. " You have tlio U(lvut)tn";o of mc, (.'lark ; You nuoiln't look so bluo." " Why, liavo I?" "You're being transported with Joy." JS" A boy in Indianapolis nsknd bis father for twenty shillings to onablo liiin to take bis (itrl to a dance, but the father refused, whereupon the boy took a pitch fork, piuned tho old man to tbo side of the burn, and held him there until he .shelled out. t&" A stranger nt liclfnst, Me., Fpcnt much time the other day look ins; for his lost pocket-book, and in the twilight hour found it in his c;it tail pocket, lie had followed too literally .St. I'iiuI'm advice in "forgetting things which uie behind." t&" Kilkins, the Puppopeil Albany ex press robber, has been identified by Hat pin, tho express messenger, as the man who shot him. Hubert A. Scott also tes tifies to selling him it pistol. On sonic points the testimony ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 February 1871

Hi! 'flllittltl if 1) ft If '"iZ".' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. . f? "Vol. V. New Uloomliclcl, 3Pji IFolwiiiiry 7, 1871. IVo. G. Is Published Weekly, At New Blooinfleld, Tenn'a. FRANK MORTIMER. sunscnirTios terms. OJrU DOLL All mil YEAR! CO Ccwfs ford Month; 40 Cents for 3 Month 8, IN ADVANCE. The Lost Son. A GROUP of flashily-dressed men stood in tlio sitting-room of 'Wilson's Ex change tlion (1834) tlio principal hotel in San Francisco pulling their after-breakfast cigars and engaged in lively conversation, fully half of which was sustained by ono of the number who, as it appeared, had just arrived from tlio diggings. "Has Morrison Flat grown any sinco I was there last summer?'' asked ono of the party. " Ycb, a groat doal," replied the gentle man from tho interior. "A great many now buildings have been put up, most of them flrc-proof brick or stone. Thcro arc more miners, and they're doing better than ever rich strikes till you can't rest. Dust is plenty and freely circulated...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 February 1871

2 I)c STimcs, New Bloomftclir, )a. ROBBERY ON CHRISTMAS EVE. "V T7"IIEN my ninta nsked of mo last V Christmaa Eve pennissioa to re main with his family at the eastern end of our route, and not to make tho tedious forty hours' jourucy towards tho blue waters of tho 1'acifie, on which I was about to start, I had too much heart to refuse him. Ho Joo Nicl was his name had a young brido and a younger babe, and it was hard to sepcrato them. True, our orders from tho company wcro that both of us should always jointly make tho trip, for wo wero carrying largo iuantitics of greenbacks and national notes for tho payment of the 1'aciQo Kailroad contractors ; and of course there was no lack of robbers who were awaiting every chance to clean ou); our trunks, aud per haps clean us poor messengers out of ex istence. Shortly before au express ear had been entered on our lino, and Hill Hughes, tho messenger, beaten almost to ' death, and his valnablo chargo taken ; and it was to guard against such f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 February 1871

C21co of J. S. IS2EIU3, 420 North Eighth St., Fhilada. Doliriiis JJMB YECETABLEiCflt A color find dressing that will not burn tlio hair or injure the head. It docs not produco a color mechanically, as tho poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores the hair to its original color and lustre, by supplying new life and vigor. It causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fino hair. Tho best and safest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. Ko sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. Ifaiv llesiovatlvc I Contains no r.r si i.riivi: :.o sn; Ait ok J.ll.Ul No 1.1 TllAKtlK Nil iMrliATli OK t-d Kit. a ml is cnliicl.r live froiti I lii? l'iiisi)i)iiu- ami ileal', li-deslroyiui; Drills used 111 other Hair reparations. Transparent ami clear .vi crvslnl. It will nut soil tlio Illicit, falirii ii.tIii-! 1 v KAI'I). CI, HAN. and EFFICIENT ilt-Kl.-iMtuins l.oNIi tiOl'GUX FOlt A.MJ;i'OU.l) AT LAsVr 1 It restores and prevents tho Hair from boeoiit Inj: (Iray, Imparts a suit, cioisy appearance, re mo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 February 1871

l)c SimcG, Nctu Bloomftclfc, JJa. ADVERTISING KATES I Transient 8 Cents perlluo for one Insertion. 13 " " two Insertions 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted frco. Tributes of llcspcct, &c, Ten cents per lino. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cents per lino. TKAM.Y ADVERTISEMENTS. Ono Squnre per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, including paper, 13 00 Three Squares " " ' 10 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 lull Lines Nonpareil or ono Inch, Is one square. NEW BL003IFIELD, PESN'A. Tuesday, February 7, 1S71. The Governor lias appointed lion. W. 31. Hall, ns l'resident Judge of tlio IJed ford and Somerset district, iu pluco of Judge Kinjr, lately deceased. The Public Phut according to the statement, of tlio Secretary of tlio Treas ury on tlio 1st of February, was $2,4ol, 921,090 29. Tho decrcaso during the past month lias been a littlo over four millions of dollars. The decrease since th...

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