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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 May 1871

ill l1(,r Shr-t, A 111. mil :!Si j ifli I sj ' nygSZa' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 1 "Vol. "V. 1V3AV 33 loom field, rXVlti,y, 3Xixy O, 1871. TNo. lO. ssMMssMMsBsssjsjsMsjswsjsMBSsssMsBMs"i" Pe fJIomnfiflb jpmts. J rubllnhed Weekly, At New IJloomfleld, Tcnn'a. 11Y FRANK MORTIMER. ' BCBSCIlirTION TEKM8. ONE DOLLAll 1'EJt YEAll I GO Cent for 6 Month; 40 Cents for 3 Months, its jVd vvrscno. Parker's Private Secretary. TIllIK story I am about to tell relates to J nn incident in tlio hisioiy of England which in but little known, and which you will not find in books, but one which never theless had a great effect on her destinies. About tho beginning of this century, whilo tho Revolutionary wars void raging, communication in cipher was naturally very prevalent ; and ingenuity was taxed to the utmost on ono hand to invent, and on tho other to detect tho medium used in secret correspondence As a rule, tho de cipher had beaten the cipher, and no known method was sccuro of detection. If c...

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. — 9 May 1871

2 ljc imcs, New Bloomfieft, JjJa. THE CONDUCTOR'S STORY. WHEN I was on the old W. and V. lino in Missouri, I ran what was known . as tha Drovers Express, going West, but which had tho name, I suppose, in contradiction to that title of tho gentleman's wagon, coming East. The drovers, whon coming to market with their cattle, always went with tho boasts on tho freight train, but going homo westward they went with me. . One night I had tin unusually rough crowd aboard. They " were generally rongh enough, but this time they were worso than usnal. I had thoir car (for I kept thera to themselves) placed in the rear of the train, and to prevent their trespassing into tho other car3 of my train, or stepping off tho platforms, I had them locked in. Wo started about 9 o'clock in tho night, and as I went through the drovers' car for my tickets, I found mischief brewing already. Each man had provided himself with a bottle or two of whisky, and the carousal had begun in real earnest, but few if a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 May 1871

l)c tmc0, New Bloomficfo, Ja Office of J. S. DOBBINS, 426 North Eighth St., Phllada. Dobbins JJMM VECETABLEMl. A color and dressing that will not burn the hair or injure the head. It docs not produce a color mechanically, as the poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores the hair to its original color and luatre, 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'. NATUIUJ'S Contains NO I.AC Hl'U'lll'lt Xo sraAIt OF 1, HAD No I.I I'M A 10 No N1TIIATK (IK hll.YKK.and isenlirolY free from the Poisonous anil lU'.iltlidi'slroylng Diiiks ust-d In oilier Hair Preparations. Transparent and clear as crystal, It will not soil the finest fabric perfectly SAI'K. C'l.KAN, nnd KFKH'lKNT deHlderatiims J.ONO HOUtiHT POK AND.FOUMJ AT LAST I It restores and prevents the Hair from be.com Inn Gray, Imparts a soft, ttlossy apuearanre, re moves Dandruff, 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. — 9 May 1871

ADVERTISING IIATK8: Transient 8 Cents per lino for ono insertion. 19 " " ' twolnscrlions 15 " " "tlirco Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per lino. Obltunry notices over five lines, 5 cents per lino. TF.AM.Y. ADVEIITIKKMKNTB. Ono Square, one year $12 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements ft reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW HL00MFIKLD, l'ENN'A. TuemUiff, May 'J, 1871. NOTICE. Our subscribers will notice their ad dress is now printed on a littles ticket, which is pasted on their paper by a ma chine. One f'caturo of this style of nd drcsg is that it tells each subscriber the time up to which the subscription is paid. For instance : " X. Smith, 14 ? IV means that X. Smith's subscription ex pires on tho 1 1th day of January 1S72 aud " L. Jones, 9 71," means that Ji. Jones should renew his subscription b...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 May 1871

5 - 'fa. Tuemlny, May 9, 1S71. L o c a l n 1: va n r m h n t. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year In Advance Recovered. Tho Frecbiirj; Courier says that John Scliure, of Nelinsjiovc, lost a pocket hook about two years a,'0, contain ing about 70 dollara, in money anil notes amounting to if 100. Much to his tmi'iriso. he received a nackar;o from MillorKbiirg, Dauphin Co., recently containing the lost amount of money and notes. Seduction. A man named Dr. llowen was brought to this nlaco and lodged in jail on tho 4th inst., charged with Deducing by promise of marriage, Miss Mitchell, daugh ter or Win. M. Mitchell.of Marysvillo. Tho accused was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio, and brought hero on a reimisil ion from Gov. Geary. Tho arrest was made by an olliccr from Harrisburg. A Xew Post Ofllce. A new ollico has been established at Anker's store to be called ''Uncles Valley nost oltieo. The mail service is to bo tri-weekly, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and tho routo to bo from Newport to Mon...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 May 1871

Stljc ffimco, New) Dloomftdo, )a. 6 Tuemla , Jfff . FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communlcntionsfrom nil pr.rnnnnjrhonre intrrr.itnt inmattert proiierly bdonyiny to this dcjiarlment. Animals Hint Cliew their f ml. Ruminating nniuiiiln gather their food rapidly, give it a lew cuts with the teeth and swallow it. It goes to an interior receptacle, whoro it is moistencned ; this is very essential if it be dry liny. When the animal has filled himself ho masti cates this food thus stowed away in his stomach, raising it cud by cud. When u portion is completely masticated, it passes to another receptaelo and tho progress of digestion goes on. Thus an ox if left to himself, will raiso and masticate all his food thus stowed away in his stomach. If ho be pushed and worked hard, and does not havo timo to masticate, ho falls off iu flesh, his health is poor, his diges tion incomplete. The horse, an the con trary, however much in a hurry ho may be, must masticato each mouthfull before ho swa...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 May 1871

l)c imcB, Nero BloomftclJi, 13a. 7 riiiliidclphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, or Blatchley's Cucumber trade makic. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 21.'t,Pfl feet 111 length, or suniclent In the ngn-gulc for A WELL OVER 40 MILES BEEP, Simjile in CoHxtrnction F.asy in Operation Oil ing no Tittle to the Water Du rable anil Cheap. These pumps am their own best recommendation. I'm- sale by Dealers In Hardware and AKiieuitu nil Implements, numbers, I'ninp Makers, &!., tliroiifftioiit the country. circulars, &c, furnish ed upon application by mall or otherwise. Single pumps forwarded to parties In towns where I have no agents upon the receipt of the retull price. In buying, lie careful that your pump bears my trade murk ns above, as 1 guarantee no other. a.0111ce and Ware-room, Kus. CiU and IWrt Filbert Street, 51.tif) PHILADELPHIA, PA. -Th-se 1'umps can bo ordered of the Manu facturer, or F. Mortimer & Co., New lSloomtleld. SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, ISooltsellcrs ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 May 1871

ljc tmc0, Nciw Bloomftclii, JJn. 8 Miscellaneous News Items. 3?" The leador of a pang of cnunter feitors nnd fourteen of his confederates were nrrested in 1'ittsbnrg hint week. ftqy Geo. Spinner during the ten years he has been the treasurer of tho United States, has handled tho largo sum of 850,000,000,000. ftSF" Methodist churches were built in this country iu 1870 at tho rate of nearly four to every working day, the number being ever 1,200. Jf5y A religious journal conducted iu tho interests of total abstinenco recom mends the substitution of tea for wine in the celebration of the Lord's Supper. JJSfThe Cooperstown Journal says that " the village board of Exorcise will soon meet to receivo application for li cense to sell liquor." Jfgy Young lady physicians are multi plying throughout our country, and as a result, it is said, tho young men are be coming more sickly than they used to bo. J At Buffalo, Mr. ljrgo, the ex pressman, is building a house overlook ing the lake, which, wh...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

fillip lip II FRANK MORTIMER, ) Editor and Proprietor. J AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ( Terms : One J IN ADVANCE Dollar per Year. IYoav Blooinflold, Xn., TuoHdny, 3Xtiy 1, 187-1. IVo. SO. 3 liko a tiny prince. It was summer weather. Tho sea was really for once "liko glass." Ono could hardly bo sick, oven if he tried. Mrs. Dunraven was sitting on deck, one day, with her boy, when sho heard tho palter of little feet, and a child onmo bcainjiei ing up to her knee and caught her hand. Tho now comer was a little maid some eight years old, with a pretty head covered with jet-black hair, and a pair of doep black eyes, lustrous and lambent. Tho little girl's complexion was of almost topical darkness. She was a lovely little creature, indeed, who might have stood as an infantile impersonation of Night, while tho sunny-haired boy near her would have passed for tho living symbol of Day. "And what Is your name, my little dear?" asked Mrs. Dunraven, who did not remember to have seen the chil...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

2 Ijc imc0, Htm Bloomficl JJa. MR. DAWSON'S " PROPOSAL." UY F. PELACY. "T'LL do it t for I never before saw n X lady who pleased mo so much ! If on further acquaintance I continue my good opinion of her I will marry her thut is if she will have tno " Such was the soliloquy of llnbert Daw son, who was a wealthy broker in the city of New York, nnd who was generally looked upon as a con firmed old bachelor, m he had arrived at tho mature ago of forty-eight years, and had never been in love, or had any inclination to marry. Not that ho was opposed to matrimony, but ho had a dread of fortune hunters, and was fearful if any one did consent to marry him, it would bo for his money, as most of his acquaintances knew that he was rich. Our readers must not think from this, however, that Mr. Dawson had no other good qualities to recommend him, for though nearly fifty, he looked much younger, and was what would bo called a fine-looking man, and was really a man of strict integrity and a worthy c...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

Office of J. S. BOBBINS, 426 North Eighth St., Phllada. Dolibiiis Vegetable A color and dressing that will not burn tlio 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 causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and Bafest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. INATTJltirH Hair Restorative I Contains NO I,AC HlTI.I'HUlt No Stlfi Alt OK l.KAD No 1.111! A K . IC No MTKATK OK Sll.YKIt.awl Is entirely free from the Poisonous unci Health destroying Drugs used in other ilulr reparations. Transparent and elear as crystal, it will not soil the finest fabric perfectly MAKE, CLEAN, and EFFICIENT deshleratuins UN(i HOUUHT FOU AND KOUNU AT LAST I It restores and prevents the Hair from becom liiK (iray. Imparts a soft, clossy appearance, re moves Oanilrnlf, Is cool and refreshing to the...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

4 ()C Ijloomficlit ihncs. ADVKft ISINO HATI'Si 'TVmtmViif 8 O-titn per Hue fur one Insertion. IB " i " . twolimortimis 1") " . " "throe Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 1U Cents per line. Notices of Marriage or Death Inserted free. Tributes-of Ilospcct, &.e., Ten cunts per line. Obituary notices over live lines D cents per line. YEARLY AnVKItTIHKMISNTB. One StT.nro, one yenr 00 Two Scitiures per your, 1 'M 00 Fnrlontror advertisements a reasonable dis vouift will lie niiule. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BLOOM FIELD, I'ENN'A. TitcHduy, Muij JO, ISfJ. iil.l'i'loiF.NT frauds have Leon discover ed in the return of the votes for Gov ernor of Connecticut, so that tho ei.ris-1 latino hits deoliirod tho .Ucpnbliean vaudi-1 dutu, Marshall .Icwcll, elected . ly eighty- j six VOtOH. I Amo.nu the Democratic pnliliuiuiiH who nro spoken of as candidates for Audi tor General is our friend Doctor Murklcy of Xorristown. If he should receive tho nomituiliou, tha...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

I - .. ,. (ZiuKma-t!fyts. f. Vj.-.ft Titrnday, Mill JO, JS71. LWAh n 1: r a n r m k jv r. GUI? TERMS .Tre Our- IhtUarn W ar in Advance .onti:. Our s;iLk:i iiicm will notice? tlicir ud ilicss is now printc'I c:i a little ticket, which is pasUil mi llie'ir paper by n uia citinc. Olio l'c;i( mc o!' (liis Mylc of ad dress is Unit it tells each euWribcr the. time ip to which tlio subsi .-riptloii is paid. , Tor instance : X. S.nitli, H?72," means that, X. loith's subscription ex pirea ou the 1 lib dav of January 1ST and " I,. Jones, !) r 71," uioaim that L Jones should renew his subscription by the Oth of June, 1S71, if bo wishes to have bis paper continued. The linrcH cun.-tituie a receipt for subscription up to their date, and eonse ipiently no other receipts are ueces.-'ary. I'crsons wishing tbo paper continued will confer a favor by notifying us in time to save us the trouble of taking their uame from the list and replacing it. I I ! I II I Pill I II II 111,1,1 I wlHIIMWLt 111 I A Na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

4 6 jc mco, New Bloomfttlii, )a. Tuesday, May 16, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communientlons.from all personsiehoare interested inmatlert properly belonging to this aepanmcni, tST" Tho following little story, with its moral, though written for the Macon (Geor gia) Telegraph, is quite too good to be en joyed by tho farmers of the South nlone : I know a man, and he lived In Jonca Which Jones is a count; of red hills and stones, And he lived pretty much by getting of loans, And lila mulca were nothing but skin and bones. 4nd hla hogs were flat na his corn-bread poncB, And he had 'bout a thouaand acrca of lund. This man and Ills namo was also Jones Ho eworo he'd lenvo thcra red hllle and atonea, For ho couldn't miikonothln' butyollowish cot ton, And little of that for his fences were rotten. And what little cotton he had, that was bough ten, And he couldn't get a living from the land. And tho longer he Bworo the madder ho got, And ho roso and walked to tho stablo lot, And h...

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. — 16 May 1871

STljc tmcs; Nctu Bloomftclir, JJa. Philadelphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, OF Blatchley's Cucumber TRADE (( ' M.YIUC. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 213,566 feet in length, or sufficient in tho agri-gate lor A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Ximpla in Conttrurtion Eat; in Operation diving no Taxte to tlu Water Du rable and Cheap, These pumps arc their own bost recommendation. For tale by Dealers in Hardware and AtirluultH- ral Iiiinic nl, Plumbers, pump Makers, ;:., throughout the country. Circulars, ttn., furnish ed upon application liy mall or otherwise. Kingle pumps forwarded to parties In towns where I have no agents upon the receipt of the retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump bears my trade mark as above, as I guarantee no other. 3. Olllce ami Ware-room, Kos. 024 and (iii Filbert St reet, SlHtfl PHILADELPHIA, PA. S-Thesc Pumps can be ordered of the Mann lacturer, or F. Mortimer & Co., Ixew llloomllcld. SOWER, BABNES & POTTS, ItooliKclIors & Slat...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 May 1871

8 lje imc0, New 8Ioomftcli, Ja. Miscellaneous News Items. flfeir A very nged couple, Koubcn Ma son ami his wii'o, after living tojiotlicr lor sixty-fivo yearn in Morrisvillc, Vt., dioil suddenly u few days since she (; 11 o'clock in tho morning and ho only ton minutes later. &ffTho silver ore tlmt was sunk liist February, near Long Island shore, when tho city of Manchester ran down tho barge Sturtovuut, is now being recovered. ( )f about six thousand sacks, two-thirds have already been taken from tho bottom of tho river. B2f A sad accident happened to a lit tle girl named Jane Forrest in Springfield 111., on tho 8th inst. She was passing along tha street when an enraged cow at tacked her, goring her badly and it is feared fatally. JteJrA woman recently tried in Head ing, I'a., on n charge of murdering her son, a boy ten years of age, was acquitted, it being unexpectedly proved that tho boy is alive and well. Circumstantial evidence was strongly against her. Suicide statistics st...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

111 if Hiii "i&ZKZLa- AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. . j TSlJjS Vol. A7". TVov Xlloomficltl, Iji., Iiiowdny, 3Xaiy TVo. 31. 2 J I'ubllshcd Weehly, At New Bloomfleld, rcnn'n. nv FRANK MOBTIMEB. BUIlSCKirTION TEKMS. ONE DOLLAK I'ER YEAH ! 60 Cents ford Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, ITS VDVOVINeiO. BETTER THAN GOLD. Itcttcr than grandeur, bolter tlinn gold, Than rank find titles a thousand fold, Is a healthy body, a mind at ease, And simple pleasures that always please; A heart that can feel fur a neighbor's woe Anil share his Joy with a genial (flow, With sympathies large enough 1 enfold All men as brothers, Is better than gold. Ilctter than gold la conscience clear, Though toiling for bread in a humble sphere, Doubly blest Willi content and health, retried by the lusts and cares of wealth ; Lowly living and lofty thought Adorn and ennoble a poor man's cot, 1'or mind and morals, or Nature's plan, Are the genuine test of a gentleman. Better than gold Is tint sweet repose Of the. ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

2 ljc imc0, Nctu Blaomftcft, 3a. THE MANAGING WIFE. ZRA NEWTON lmd just : finished J looking over liis yearly accounts. " Well," asked liis wife, looking up, " how do you coino out?" . '', I find," said her husband, " thnt my expenses during tho last year havo been thirty-seven cents over a thousand dol lars." " And your income has boon a thousand dollars ?'',' " Yes, I managed pretty well, didn't " Do you think it mana-ring well to ex ceed your income '(" said his wife. "What's thirty-seven eeuts '!" nkcd 3Ir. Newton, lightly. " Not much, to be sure, but still sonic thing. It seems to mo that wo ought to have saved, instead of falling behind." " Hut how can we save on this salary, Elizabeth ? We haven't lived extravagant ly. Still it seems to have taken .it nil." " Perhaps there is something in which wc might retrench. Suppose you mention some of your items." t " Tho most important arc house rent, one hundred and fifty dollars, and articles of food, fivo hundred dollars." " Just ha...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

l)e imcs, New Bloomfictt Pou mm Office of J. S. BOBBINS, 423 North Eighth St., Philada. DobMits Vegetable' A color and dressing that will not burn tho hair or injure the head. It doea not produce a color mechanically, a3 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 offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. Hair llcstorative I 3 Contains NO LAC sri.TMlCl! No Kl'GAU OF l.KAll No I.ITIIAltdK No NITKATK OF MI.Y Kit. anil Is entirely fi'ee from the Foisonous mid Health-destroying Drugs used in other llalr I'reparutions. Transparent and elear as crystal, it win not soil the tlnest fabric poifeetlv HAFH. CLKAN, and K.KKH'IKN'l' desideratum 1,0X0 SUUUHT fou anu;kounj at last i It rostores and prevents the llalr from becom ing (irav. imparts a soft, (lossy npearahee, re moves hanilrull, is cool ami...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

4 ADVKUTISIXG HAXKSl Transient 8 Cents per )!no for one Insertion. 13 " " twolnscrlloiis 15 " " "three hiRcrllons. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents pjr line. Notices of Mnrrlarres or Dcatlis Inserted free. Tributes of Kcspcct, Ac, Ten cents per lino. Obituary notices over five lines, 6 cents por line. . TEATtLY ADVEUTISKUKNT8. One Square, one year 3 00 Two Squares per year, i!t) 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will bo made Ten Linen Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. XEVv IJL00MFIEL1), I'EXX'A. Tuesday, May V.?, 1871. Kdwaisi) II. ui.ofc wan hung HlJBing iinmpton on (Ho 18th inst. Ho rcfuHcd to allow any Minister around him haying he wanted no micli mummery. Ho died ah ho lived, a hardened and desperate man. Tun Gkh.man Peaeo Celebration in Phil adelphia on last week, Monday, was tho most magnificent parado ever seen in that city. Every industrial and ninnufactm'iug interest of tho city was represented in tho procession. Many thousands of strangers vi...

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