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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 April 1871

if I P' Hi1HI itifif ufrZVill' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. f'oZnZ Vol. "V. IYoav 1 Jloomlieltl, 3n., TiieHlsriy, Aiiil -1. 187'!. IVo. 14. Is Published Weekly, At New Bloomfield, rcnu'u. BY FRANK MORTIMER. BUBSCKIPTION TEKM8. ONE DOLLAR rEIt YEAlt I CO Cents for 0 Months; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. A Night's Adventure. A GERMAN STORY. AT THE period to which this story more particularly refers, there stood in the high road leading to the villago of Schwalbach, a long, low, old-fashioned inn, which boasted of a more than ordinary amount of out-houses and grounds in its rear. It was never at any time a fust-class establishment ; nevertheless, its proprietors for it changed hands several times during its chequered career appeared to drive a tolerably profitable trade. One evening Count Tottlebon was traveling iu a light, open chaise, accompanied by a single ser vant, ou the rood leading to Schwalbach, when the house in question attracted his attention. The season was cold t...

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. — 4 April 1871

2 Ijc hues, Ncu) Bloomftclir, flla. Too Good Credit. LET ME show you onoof'tlie clicap cst pieces nf cloth I lmvo seen for six months," Bnid ft smiling storekeeper to a young mnrriod man, whupo incotno from a clerkship wns in tho neighborhood of soven hundred dollars. "Don't troublo yourself, Mr. Edwards," replied the customer. " Tho silk aud buttons are all I want." " Oh, no troublo nt nil Mr. Jacobs; no trouble nt all it is a pleasure for mo to show my goods," said the storekeeper, drawing from tho shelf tho piece of cloth ho had mentioned, and throwing it upon the counter. " There," he added, as he unfolded tho glossy broadcloth and clap ped his hand upon . it complacently ; " thcro is somcthiug worth looking at, and its cheap as dirt. Only four dollars a yard, and worth six, every cent of it. I bought it at auction yesterday, nt a great bargnin." " It's cheap enough, certainly," re plied Jacobs, half indifferently, as ho bent down to inspect the cloth ; " but I've no money to sp...

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. — 4 April 1871

l)c iincs, Xcui Bloomficlb, ia. 3 Office of J. B. EOEBMS, 426 North Eighth St., PhtlacU. Dolibiiis Vegetable A color and dressing that will not burn tho hair or injure the head. It does 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 causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and safest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. NATintliTH Hair Restorative I Contains NO I.AO Sfl.I'IlUK No HIW Alt OP I.KAD No l.ITIIAIKilC No Ni'lHATK OK HI I,V lill, Biirl Iscntlrelv free from the Poisonous and Health-destroying lrugs used In oilier ilulr reparations. Transparent and clear as ervstal. It will not soil the llnest. falirlc perfectly HAKK, f'l.KAN. ami KKF1C1KNT deslderutums I,ON- SOUUHT KOll AND.FOl'M) AT 1-A1HT 1 It restores unci prevents the Hair from becom ing tiray. Imparts a soft, glossy npnenrauce, re moves ...

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

4 Stljc imc0, Uttxv Blcramftelir, J)a. ht juloomficlb flints. ADVERTISING KATES I Tranticnt 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " . two insertions 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Locnl Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of Marriages or Dcntlis inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over five lines, 5 cents per Hue. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Sqnarc, ono year $13 00 Two Squnrcs per year 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, TENX'A. , Tuesday, April 4, 1871 In Connecticut an election tukes pluco to-duy (Monthly) for a Governor and other State officers and 'for members of Congress. Great exertion lias been made by both parties to elect their ticket. On Wednesday Rhode Island has an election for members of the Legislature and Stato officers. The fact that Gen. Butler listened at tentively to a speech from Senator Davis of Ky., and lo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 April 1871

l)c imc0, New Bloomftclir, JJcu Titemlay, April 4, 1871. LOCAL I) ETA It T M E N T. OUR TERMS Arc One Dollar a Year in Advance CORRESPONPENTS will please hear In mind that letters received Filler I hail Saturdayeve iilng.ortliedown nisllon Monday morning have to lay over until tlic following week. Tho Canal will havo tho water let in, it is expected, this wcok. , ' ' ' Wall Paper. A beautiful assortment of Wall Tapers and Borders is now on hand and for salo by P. Moutimkh, it Co. Prices low. tf. Tho Fee Bill. Justices of tho peace arc required by law to have a fee bill put up iu their oflices, under a penalty of ten dollars and double tho amount of the foes charged. SWolt Killed. For somo timo past a pack of wolves havo becu infesting yo town ship, much to tho annoyanco of tho resi dents of that vicinity..' On Thursday last, three of them mado their appearance, and after boing chased a time by dogs, ono of thorn was shot by Xr, Power, of that town ship. " ' ' A Slid caso of drowning...

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. — 4 April 1871

6 ljc mc0, New Bloomftcft, )a Tuesday, April , 1871. FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wc tnvlte cmmmmhxitlon'.from all iicrmmichonre interested in matten pruiierlti belonging to this ' department. For Tlu Dloomfieltl Timet. Letters Dcscrlptire of Kansas Its Cli mate, Traductions, ice. Continued from last week.) I will next say a lil.llo nbnut tho water for household purposes. This urtiulo is ucarly everywhere cold, clear, uwl j;ood in taste. It can, in nearly every commu nity of Eastern and Middle Kansas, be obtained by digging from fifteen to i'nrty feet. There aro some springs there, but they nro not one-fifth as numerous as in the Keystone Stato. The timber is tol erably scarce, but had it not been for tho numerous fires, it would be much plen ties Whore these have ceased, a new growth of timber is springing up. Tak ing this in connection with tho fact that a great amount of it will be cultivated, we are safe i, saying that there will be an abundance of it in less than twenty five years....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 April 1871

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. SOWER, BA11XES & TOTTS, Itookseller.s fc ' Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AM) WALLPAPERS, N01. 630 Market anil "23 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. M. Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, nnd Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of tli8 United States, Felton's Outline Maps, &e. IS I, AX It KOOKN Always on hand, and mado to Older. Bit MILLER & ELDER, Ilooksellers ami Stationers, ItLA yh' BOOK MA -V UFA CT UllERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL lAIIiIt, ': .... . , : ! ' No. '430, 'Market Street, 1 SI PHILADELPHIA, PA. ClIABLES MAGARGK & CO., , Wholesale Dealers In ' ' Nos. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixtli Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Paper any Size, Weight, Color and (Juality, made to order, at short notice. lulyll LOCUIJIAK'g Writinjr Xluia ! THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to AitNOi.rs, and Is sold at inneli less price. The money will be refunded to those buying it, If it does not prove entirely satisfactory. a. For safe by F...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 April 1871

8 ljc dimes; -Nctvj Bloomftcli), )a. Miscellaneous News Items. i B68 A shower of ashes fell recently at ! Patterson N. J., causing quite a scare to ! some timid people. 1 tSf A lnroe number of minors from i. Jjuzcrno county nave mauo arrangements to go to East Tennessee to work in the mines ot that region. JKiyTlio Wisconsin legislature must have improved their time the past winter as the Governor has already signod nearly six hundred bills, which they hare passed, and the end is not yet reached. tey Messrs. Lcland & Co., so long known to the country as the proprietors of the Metropolitan hotel in N. Y., have become bankrupt und the house- has been closed by the Sheriff. 8&" Mr. Obed Young, of Elizabeth township, Lancaster county, lost three out of lour children by scarlet fever last week. All died within 24 hours, and were buried at one time in the church yard at Urickcrsvillc. BSyOn Thursday morning at a ball in Putnam Hall N. Y., John Uiggius, aged 22, of 534 East Fourtee...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

II HftHtli If 1 1 iiiif "mJLVSL"' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T'iL?'t, Vol. V. tPfoW Bloomllold, Pn., Tuesday, April 11, 1871. TVo. ltf. Is rubllahetl Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Penn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TE11M8. ONE DOLL All PEIt YEAR! CO Cent for 6 Months ; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANC11. THE MISSING WATCH. ON a cold, wet evening in the month of December, not many years ago, tho streets of London were still thronged with passers by, hurrying to and fro through the pouring rain. Tho gaslights iu shop win dows and street lamps shone brightly on the floodod pavement, giving a brilliancy to the crowded thoroughfares in spite of the dreary weather. At the comer of Charring-cross, near the post office, stood one of the more re spectable looking omnibuses that ply be tween London and the distant Buburbs. The driver and conductor were encased in oil-skin wrappers the horses as sleek as satin with the rain running off them the vehicle and its attendants were made up f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

2 MISS CARLTON'S STORY: . OR" The Adventures of Mr. Seymour. IN the year 18 , I found myself in command of the beautiful clipper, " 13ollo Blondo," which was owned by Mr. Seymour, and which was stocked with a great variety of articles suited for barter with the natives of the South Sea Inland, to which point we were bound. This voy age Was undertaken by Mr. Seymour for a two-fold object, the main one being an endeavor to release from captivity a beau tiful white girl, who was held by the na tives of an island near to tho ouo on which Mr. Seymour was left by Captain Dansford, who had commanded his vessel on a former voyage. Ho had boen greatly impressed by her beauty during the few moments ho had seen her, and his fortu nate cscapo and accidental mooting with Captain Parnsford, and recovery of his propei ty, had placed the means of at tempting her rescuo in his power. Wo, accordingly, within a few days alter his getting possession of his vessel, left the harbor of San Francisco, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

I)c mcs, Tctu ISIoomftcUi, fJcu 3 " ' - Offle of 3. B. BOBBINS," 426 North Eighth St., Phll.cU. Dobbins MM Vecetableuu A color and dressing that will not burn the hair or injure the head. ' It does 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 causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and safest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. . IVVTUltlO'H Hair Restorative I Contains NO LAC 8'JLPnUR No RTTOAR OP LKAD No LITHARGE No NITRATE OK SILVER, and in entire; free from the Poisonous and Health-destroying Drugs used In other Hair Preparations. Transparent and clear as crystal. It will not noil the tlnest fabrlo-perfeetly BAKU, CLEAN, and KKFIC1KNT desideratum LONG! SOUGHT FOB AND.FOUND AT LAST I It restores and prevents the Hair front becom ing Gray. Imparts a soft, Klossy appearance, re moves Dandruff, Is ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

4 ADVERTISING UATKSl TVanjiVnf 8 Cents pcrllno 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. Tributos of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, S cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Squaro, ono year H3 00 Two Squares por year, SO 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW HLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, sipril 11, 187 1. The citizens of Now Haven liavo re cently been somewhat alarmed by a rumbling noise which was heard nights, and which would jar open the doors, and shako windows. The Democratic papers said it was undoubtedly caused by the political earthquake in New Hampshire. The Republican papers can now claim that it was caused by a juaking nearer at home, judging by the election returns from that city. . - . Considerable fighting has taken place betw...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

tmmm, l)e men; Ncu) f Blaomfidir; 3ai lit loomfitlb imfs. 1 Tuesday, April 11, 1871. LOCAL D EVA 11 T MEN T, OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance A Frnnd. Tlio Family Sewing M.icliino Company which claims to be located at 80 Nassau street, New York, in a fraud. There Is no such firm. A Sunday School Paper. We have re ceived a copy of a paper issued by tho Sab bath school of the St. James Lutheran church at Huntingdon. Rov. J. J. Kerr is the editor. ' Arrested. A young darkey named Chas. Green has been arrested and lodged in jail in this borough, charged with robbing tho money drawer in the warehouse of Wm. Everhart, at Millorstown. Tho theft was committed on the 1st Inst., and tho arrest was mado on Saturday last. A Communication in another . column calls attention to an enterprise which it is proposed to establish in this borough, which our correspondent wishes to speak of further in another letter, if wo will allow him the space. Tho column's of tho Times are al ways open fo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

6 mt flloomfidto Stmts. Tuesday, April 11, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wt invite communimtiontfrom all permnttBhoare interented in mailcrt property belonging to thin department. For The Bloomfield Timet. Letters Descriptive of Kansas Its CIl mute. Productions, &c. CONCtUDED. Tho coal fields of Northern Kansas are thin, but id tho South-eastern part of tho stato tho beds are not only numerous, but many arc thick. Tho thickness of tho beds is one foot and over, furnishing an avcrugo of over twenty-five feet. There is also good authority for asserting, that thick beds of good, brown coal exist in a largo area of Western Kansas. Tho coal treasures of Southern Kansas extend Westward, under tho Pesmian rocks, to aa - unknown extent. Perhaps also through tho entire central and Western portions. The quality of a largo part of the coal is good. Are thero any salt beds in tho state ? soino one may ask. It has been found that there is salt enough in several Western and Southern counties...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

i - - r ljc tines, New Bloomftclii, )i. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, S,gJ:l ' . , . . or .' ... . ... Blatchley's Cucumber TRADE MARK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 213,566 feet In length, or sufficient In the ugrcgate lor A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Simple in Conttructton Eaty in Operation OMng no Tatte to the Water Du rable and Cheap. These pumrn are their own best recommendation. For sale ny Dealers In Hardwareand Agricultu ral Implements, Plumbers, Pump Makers, tc, throughout the country. Circulars, (to., furnish ed upon application liy mail or otherwise. Hingle pumps forwarded to parties in towns where I have no agents upon the receipt ol the retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump bears my trade mark as above, as I guarantee no other, rra. Office and Ware-room, Nos. 624 and 6:26 Filbert Street, 513tf 1'JU LADKLl'llIA, PA. JW-These Pumps can be ordered of the Manu facturer, or t. Mortimer ( jo., rtew moonineiu. SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, Ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 April 1871

8 Miscellaneous News Items. JtostJ The first crop of potatoes of this year oro being harvested nt Santa Cruz, Califnrnin. Tho barley on the Siicrnnien to river is from two to five feot in height. Jtegfln Covington, Kentucky, tho mother of a young girl recently murder ed there, is to marry the father of tho youth accused 01 killing her. taT" A New Yorker applied to bo li Torced from his wife becauso she would persist in putting her cold feet ogainst him when in bed. Stay The only prisoners of the jail of Johnson county, lna., are two men, wno claim to bo preachers. One is there for horse-stealing and the other fur burglary. A l'atcrson maid servant under took to melt the leaden bullet from the end of a mctallio pistol cartridge to inoud a broken wash boiler recently. She did not mend that boiler. 4 Kansas City reports a lady as pass ing along tho main street of that town composedly puffing a cigar, while her husband, a meek-looking personage, walk ed behind, carrying the baby. fa5Tli...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

t ill ft m Idnlf faV It II IE a Bl 8 1 ,?7 6 1 7 lip. "JSSSSK"' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ' jSi'j" "Vol. -V. IVov Ulooinfioltl, !?,., TucHdiiy, -April 18, 1871. IVo. lO. wye wiDummw yaiiiro. Is ruhliahed Veehly, At New Bloomfleld, Penn'a. FRANK MORTIMER. BCBSCKITTION TEBMB. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR! 60 Cents for 6 Months 40 Cent for 3 Months, IN AWVANCE. THE HUSBAND'S COMPLAINT. vt Joseph tatxoii. A few abort months ago, my dear, Before we two were one. You vowed to do so many thing. That now are never done. You said, when home from dally toil I came with aching brow. Your hand alone should soothe Its pain It never soothes it now. You said you would no burden be. And dress as means allow ; But what with silks, and rings, and things You do not do so note. You used to sacrifice yourself, And to my wishes bow. Allowing me to have my way you never do so now. You used to sing and play and smilo. And gush, I can't tell how ; You won my heart, I grieve to say You never gush to note. I mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

I)C tmc0, Him Bloomftclir, )fl. A Bashful Man's Troubles. "f XANG it nil, what can a poor fcl XX low do?" A handsome, good-natured follow wan Charley Winter, but so very bashful, that in tho presence of the gcntlor sex ho never could havo told whether ho was standing on his feet or on his head. Just now his fueling was immensely ag gravated by the fact that ho was over head and cars in lovo with Clareuco Wil mer. " O, dear, I wish I knew a way to tell my love, and not bo there myself. Deuco take the girls I they bother you on pur pose, I believe, and always nianao so yourcouragooo7.es out of your fingers' ends before you are ready to ask tho futal question 1" , " Why don't you write?" ; , " Write 1 I shouldn't know a word to say ; and then I'd never daro to look her in the face again." " O, what a spoony J fcmiply say you love her. and ask her if she will make vou happv. Then face tho music like man, and meet her next lime as if noth ing had happeued unless she answers ves. and then...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

Ijc imc5, Nero Bloomficlii, Jn. 3 Offlc of J. S. BOBBINS, 426 North Eighth St, Philada. Dobbins Vegetable' A color and dressing that will not burn tho hair or injure the head. It does 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 causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and safest article ever offered. Cloan and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. Ha) Restorative I Contains NO I.AO M'MMIUH No HITOAK OF I.KAI) No I.ITHAlttiK No MTKATK OK SI LV KK. and Is entirely free from the Poisonous und Health-destroying lima lined In other Hair Preparation. " Transparent and clear as crystal, It will not noil the tlni-it fabric lierfecllv HAFK. CLEAN, and KKKIC1KNT desideratum U)NU BOUGHT FOlt AKl).FOlNU AT LAoT 1 It restores and preTents the Hair from lecom liiK Cray. imparts a soft, ((lossy aearance, re moves Dandruff, Is cool and refreshing...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

fflje ffimcs, New Boomficl&, fJa. ADVEKTISING KATES t Tratuient 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion. 13 " " twoinserttons 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over Ave lines, 5 cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year $13 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ton Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, April IS, 1871. tF Fighting still continues between the French Republican authorities, and the Revolutionists. The outbreak nccnis to be entirely confined to Paris. fisSTAnian at Marlboro, Mass., recent ly shot five bullets from an Aliens pistol into different portions of his body for tho purpoti)f committing suicide, but as he still lived, lie reloaded and shot two more, orio into his ear and tho other near his heart, w...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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