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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 July 1871

5? p Mill! 11 IE 31 FRANK MORTIMEK, ) . -.. 4,, -vr-TrrtTrcrr a t-vttit (Terms t IX ADVANCE Editor and rroprietor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. One Dollar per Year. Vol. V. Now Uloomileld, Io,., Tuesday, July 18, lSl. IVo. 29. Ja Published Weekly, At l?ew Bloomfleld, Tenn'a. BY FRANK MOB TIMER. BCDBCRIPTION TBHMB. ONE DOLL All FEll YE All I GO Cents forO Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, FRED LUDLOW'S MISTAKE. I DON'T think tlicro can be any mis take, Fred, old fellow. There is the lawyer's friendly letter, beginning 'My dear Ludlow ;' and here is his formal letter, beginning, ' Dear sir ;' and they both toll the same story." " Videlicet, that my beloved old uncle you needn't grin, Jack ; ho always was a dear old boy has peacefully departed to a better land, and has left mo his heir, Lud low Manor and the estates thereunto apper taining, worth about ono hundred thousand dollars per annum ; but it can't be true, Jack, how can it?" " Too much good luck to fall upon your undeserving sh...

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. — 18 July 1871

2 STIjc tmc5 Nap Bloomftclir, JJ(U Alt; - ;,;:'. THE FARMER'S STOltl'.. : ': ? - tj'i. .1.1' XT "ANY'S tho night, jwlieh i tlie( stars 11 L, wore in tho sky. I used 'to go out to tho great pasturo where k tho shecji browsed , nil , day, and Fit suil think thoughts I had no words for, and make beautiful pictures for myself in my mind not fine ones, sir. This is what I sec tho ofUuoU A liulo -ootUgo-tiud ii widu firo.. place, such as they had in.iny day, n dresser with' it row of tlcljUl Vpon it, four chairs, and !v tatiic''6f pliic. 'AVlieu I had theso I was to marry I'eggy Grcy.- liut when I should havo theni, nnd she hud litf white wedding gown nnd the house linen, neither of us knew. "She put lidr "sixpences into "a reil "eaftli-" em savings bank, and I kept mine in nn old glove. , i For two years wd had been waiting and hoping, and weroi.unt much nearer than, at first., Hoiuotinios ' I., folt down-hearted, iSonictiuics her little .lut tors wcro a bit sad. And just as ,1 sat. in t...

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. — 18 July 1871

; Boots r 'l - A Full Assortment of ' THE ' .CELEBRATED YORK '. BOOTS, Hand or Machine pcwod, Whole Stock and Double . -."Hole and ' 1 Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured find For Sale to tlie Trade ly M. B. SPAHR, . ; : . , , YORK, PA. .A full Assortment of . ... , . . i ' . Boots, Shoes and , Rubbers Constantly on Hand. ' WS)ecial Attention Paid to Orrter- s ' 62326. . . , I Xciv Millinery Goods . . At Newport, l?u. i IBKOtolnrormthnpiiblla that I have just re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort ment of the latest styles of , ' ., MILLINERY GOODS, HATS AND BONNETS, ltlBllONS, FHENCH FLOWEUS, FEATHEHM, I ' ' .. i -. ., C'HKJXONS, , LACE CAPES,' , , NOTIONS, 1 And all articles usually found In a llrst-elass Mil linery Establishment. All orders piomiitly at tended to. -Ve will Bell all goods as Cheap as can bo got elsewhere. DKKSS MAKINO done to order and In the la test style, as I get the latest Fashions from New York every month, (loitering done to order, I...

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

4 Ije 5Kmc0, Nero Blaomfielir, Ja. ADVERTISING BATK8I ZVtsruienf 8 Cents per line Tor one Insertion. 19 " " twotnscrtioiis 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. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year $13 00 Two Squares pur year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tueslay, July IS, 1871. The Harvest iu Europe. Tho Belgian Monitcur given some detuils of the prospect of the approaching harvest in the corn-growing countries of Europe, In Prussia the provisions aro unfavorable : much of the autumn sowings perished ; and those of the spring aro Buffering from want of warm sun j in Saxony the appearance in bettor, as tho crops aro thick nnd healthy ; in Russia tho yield is expected to bo a good average, and a very largo quantity of last years crop st...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 July 1871

l)c ntc0, New BloomficliV f)a. 5 WWW Tuesday, July IS, 1871. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OUR TERMS Ire One Dollar a Year in Advance Too Many. Two more letters regarding the large load of bark nt Blain have been received the past week. We fear our read ers will think we give tbera an " overdose of bark," if we publish any more on that subject. Dropped Dead. Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes residing with William Holmes, Jr. in Mil ler township, while sitting in her chair ou Monday of last week, fell out and instantly expired. She was quite an old lady, and has now living, fourteen children thirty Nix grand-children and twenty-four great grand children. Pic NIC Tho Methodist Sunday School will have a basket pio nic, on Wednesday the 19th inst. Addresses will be delivered at 10 o'clock A.. M., and at 2 o'clock P. M., on said day by Kcv. C Graham, Rov. H. C. Chester and Rov. E. Shoemaker. Tho School and others will meet at tho Metho dist Church at 0 o'clock, all invited to at tend. By order of committee. "S ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 July 1871

6 Iht f5l00mfifltr Mint. Wctnvlle communication from all pcrmnawhonre interested In matters projwly belonging to this ueparimeni. Tuesday, July IS, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS The Clover riant. A corespondent says! GUI' farmers acorn to bo slow in acknowledging the value of tho clover plant as a renovating crop, or in making any extended uso of it for this purpose. The experiments of Yr. Voclcker clearly proves that thoro is fully threo times as much nitrogen iu a crop of clover as in tho average produce of tho grain and straw of wheat per acre ; and there remains iu the soil, after the removal of a crop of clover, a great weight of roots, that ou decomposing furnish iu an availablo form a largo amount of plant food which tho plaut has collected large ly from sources that were inaccessible to tho finer rootlets of wheat plant. More over, tho roots of clover penetrate deeply' into the subsoil, and on decaying leave it loose oudopen, fitted for tho finer tendrils of succeeding crop...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 July 1871

"7 Philadelphia Advertisements. John Lucas & Co., Polo and THE ONLY,' , -MANUFACTURERS , ,.. OF THE - , , ,i IMPERIAL FRENCH, 'I ' u: 1 '.. .'' I" '' ' " ' ' . . '' "' AMI ' . ' ' PURE SWISS. GREEN Also, Pure : ' . 1 While Lead nnd Color ' 3 LI NL'FA CTURERS, "Nos, 111 and lii North Fourth St., Philadelphia.;': -'7 -r Thorp W?r Silrl In thf Ywr 1R7fl Ill-re VVgro O310 in Iiie TCar 10U, I-X . . . " i i . . . op -I Blatchley's Cucumber TRADE (fjjj) MARK. :. WOOD PUMPS, i I . , r Measuring 2Ki,&'.fl feet in lcimlh, or sufficient lir n the ugrcgnte 'or . . . A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, HiuitU in i'towtruclion i Opcralioit . jli 6 kiny no Tiixkio IK hhkr-Jm-i - ? rabte ami Cheap. These pumps are their own best reonnimendalion. For sale by Dealers in llardwureuiid Aurlciiltu ral linoleini'iits, Plumbers, J'uiiip Makers, throughout (lie country , Circulars, &., tarnish i d upon application by mail or otherwise. Single pumps forwarded to parties in towns where I have no agents up...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 July 1871

lje Sinter New Dloomficfo, Ja. Miscellaneous News Items. RAILROADS llAllDWAllF! REAL ESTATE NOTICES. VALUABLE tW An Illinois funnor lias one hundred acres sot out with onions. IWI'ho largest thing about a lncly'g bonnet is its price. ty An Osceola county correspondent of tho Iowa Sioux City Journal says there is not a trco in tbo county. tSTTho Laporto, Ind., Argus says: Nearly all tho cornfields between this city and Indianapolis, on the line of tho I. B. & C. Railroad, show tho effects of tho frost on tho Cth iiint. t3TA Springfield, Mass., ninnwas going homo one night, when ho was assailed by a couplo of rowdies, who asked him if ho had any money. " Yob, lots of it, " said, ho, and at onco knocked them down, and gave each a good beating. tW A Wise onsin boy wanted some fun with a calf in a pasture, and ho had it. IIo tied a ropo around the calf's neck, and then around his waist, and then tho fun began. The ropo was removed from tho boy's waist before tho funeral took place tS...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 July 1871

4 4 IK- tfttfif lit 'KiS"' j AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. jk1riS" Vol. "V. IN'ow BlooiuflcM, Ph., rTiiOHany, .Tuly 35, 1871. IVo. 30. J Fnbllshcd Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, renn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. ONE DOLLAR 1'EJl YEAR ! GO Cents for 0 Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. Intercepted Letters. fields wcro turning brown; tlio plt- . iloss wind was stripping tho trees of their gay dresses, ono melancholy robin piped plaintively from the tall elm at tho foot of the garden. Tho whole world was putting on sackcloth and ashes, it seemed to Syl, as she stood at the garden gato bid ding Stephen Lawrence good-by. " It will only be for a littlo while," ho said, looking tenderly down into tho tear brimmed eyes. "Before you begin to think of spring, I shall como back come back to claim my wife ! Syl, darling, be true to me, whatever they say, whatever happens 1" "I will," answered Syl. "I will," she murmured, over aud over again to herself, watching him until the ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 July 1871

2 had come over his fnco when, ttto or three times, she had spoken of the pine grove. And then this sudden wealth that had come to him by speculation,he said. Poor Uncle John! coming home with his heart full of joyful anticipations. And how near she had come to being a murderer's wife! Now tlio tank of bring ing the murderer to justice devolved up on her, and how terrible the task ! How little proof sho had I Would any body believe that what sho hnd heard was any thing more than the raving of an insane woman 1 The wall paper had started oft' in one place, and Syl moved the bed away from it, taking care to mako no noiso, and then pulled it up ; there was a faint dark stain on the plastered wall. She tore the pa per off the whole length of the roll, and under it, spattered over tho wall, almost to the ceiling were stains of blood. Some one hnd evidently tried to wash them out, and finding that vain had papered over them. A faintness and trembling seized Syl when bIio paw them, and a s...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 July 1871

ljc times, Ncuj J3loomfuUr, Ja. Boots I A Full Assortment of THE CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, Uand or Machine Sewed, Whole Stock and Double twie ana Warrant-ad tn fl!,in Cit!-.,i C i! ihiiuhivu iu uivc liiiiic uauaiaiuuii. Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by M. B. SPAHR, YORK, PA. A full Assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Constantly on Hand. a-?x)caI Attention Paid to Orfcrj.-C 6 23 26. Xctv Millinery Goods A-t Newport, Pn. T l!KO to Inform tlie nulillc that I have hist re. X turned from l'lillailelpliia, with a lull assort ment ui uie laiusi Hiyies 01 MILUNEIiY GOODS, HATH AND IJONNETS, lilBllONS, FUENCII KI.OWKItg, FKATIIKlt.S, C'lIKiNONS, LACE CAFES, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In a flrst-elas Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as tall. UV Ul CI9UWI1U1U. DUESS MAKINO done to order and In the la test style, ns I ret the latest Fashions from New York every month. OollcriiiK done to order, in nil widths. I wil...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 July 1871

4 lje imcs, Ncuj. Blamnficlir, JJa. ADVEHTISIXG KATES I 7Van(ni 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " twolnscrllons 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. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year (13 00 Two Squares per year, 30 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, July 25, 1871. Important Xoticc. "With tlio commencement of tlio present volume it was our Intention to advances our subscription price; but as we desired to fur nish our paper nt the lowest possiblo rate, ho as to bring it within tho reach of all, wc determined to try the experiment after the enlargement, mid see if wo could still keep our terms at $1.00 per year. After a trial of six months, we find that justice to ourselves compels us to add more advertising and decrcaso tli...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 July 1871

5fljc tmc0, New Blaomfielb, ffla. Tuesday, July 2iS, 1871. TjOCAIj I 1SVA It T M li X T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in, Advance Tho Latest Improved Fruit Jars Glass or Tin, from Ton to Fifteen cents, for sale by Jan. 15. Clark, New Bloomftclil, Pa. Kcnl I'stalc for Sale. So call nttentioii tho ndvertiscment of a valuablo mill prop erty at Diincannoii, for sale or rent. Also, to the advertisement of a house and lot at Roscburg, which is for Kale at a bargain. Receipts Persons remitting for sub scriptions often ask for receipts. This is not neccessary, ns tlio alteration of tho fig ures on tho direction ticket is evidence that tho money has been received, and placed to the credit of tho subscriber. Child Stolen. In another column will bo found two letters from a correspondent re garding tho child that is missing from Al len's Cove. From what we can learn, it is possible tho child has been stolon. The letters on tho subject will givo quito full particulars. The lirst letter was in...

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 July 1871

STlje tmc0, New Bl0omfieli, JJa. 6 bt fUaamfiflfc iimts. We fnntte commtmeoHoni'A'om all person uionre n(ere(ed n mutter properly Mowing to this department. Tuesday, July 25, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Color of Horses. A WRITER of the Country Gentle man says : The dark chestnut and the dark brown, bo far as my exporienoe goes, they and the bloody bay, are more exempt from disease than any other color, if we except the dun, or, as it is erroneous ly callod the cream, which is much object ed to. Dappled or dark greys are subject to fungus excrescensos, commonly called warts. Black horses are, according to my experience, moro subject to affections of the eyes than any other color ; also, in the feet they are, as a rule, faulty and though, pretty, are not of a vigorous, rugged constitution. What horseman does not, of his own experience, know what the different shades of the sorrel are subject to ? They are, as a rule, the most skittish. Who, ainomg experienced good horsemen, docs no...

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. — 25 July 1871

Philadelphia Advertisements. John Lucas & Co., Bole and THE ONLY MANUFACTURERS ' OP TUB IMPERIAL FRENCH, AND PURE S WISS GREEN y ,' Also, Pure t White Lead nnrt Color ' MANUFACTURERS, Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St., Philadelphia, f" There Were Sold in the Year 1870, OP Blatchley's Cucumber , TRADE gj) MARK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 213.5GG feet In length, or sufflclent In tlie agregate for A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Simple in Construction Eaty in Operation Giving no Taste to the Water l)u . rahlt and Cheap. These pumps are their own best recommendation. For sale iy Dealers In Hardware and Agricultu ral Implements, numbers, rump Makers, ito., throughout the country. Circulars, &c, furnish ed upon application tiy mall or otherwise. Single pumps forwarded to parties In towns where 1 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 guarautee no other, 3. UlUce and Ware-room, Nos. 624 anil 626 Filbert Str...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 July 1871

8 Ije tiics, New BloomficRr, )o. Miscellaneous News Items. ZWA. Memphis bcllo challenged a man to many. Ho valliantly accepted, and In twenty minutes there was a wedding,' and in twenty days a divorce. ZW Tlirco boys were drowned in Phila delphia, on Tuenday last. They had gono in to batho in an old brick yard pond in the edge of the city. ZW A Chicago youth receives from his lady lovo three letters daily, averaging twelve pages each. He thinks of starting a paper mill. ZWS. C. Purvianco, of McLean county 111., has sold 2,000 bushels of corn, to be dolivored in the fall, nt twenty eight cents a bushel. ZW The convicts in the penitentiary at Topoka, Kansas, were allowed a holiday and a good dinner on the Fourth. Two of the judges were present and raado speeches. ZW Tho horn of a Patagonian ox has boon forwarded to Baltimore. It is sixty five inches long, seventeen inches in circum ference at the base, and will hold seven quarts. ZW In a town in Ohio, not long ago, the womon went iu b...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 August 1871

1 muimsi ii ii it i! ii 31 ia ii 11 mm 11 11 n inn '"ZZZSZZEZ?' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. rL1rIf "V"ol. "V. IV ow I31ooiiillcld, Tuesday, -A-tig-ust 1, 1871. IVo. 31. J Published Weekly, At New Bloom Held, Fenn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. ONE DOLLAR rER YEAR! 00 Cents for 6 Months f 40 Cents for 3 Months, XTS ADVANCE. ISABEL. S OFT waves of warm browa hair. With gold lights shining through, Shading a face as sweetly fnlr As ever fancy framed In air, As ever painter drew. Sweet spirit, frank and true, With love, with kindness rife What tender heart but to thee drew I What kindly eye but In thee knew The sunshine of our life I Sweet Spring, bright summer past, And Autumn come again ; The west-wind's spoils are falling fast; What is our change bro't with that blast 1 Why fall our tears like rain t Only a new-turned heap, One little grave, new made s Bare Is the earth o'er which we weep ; Never a flower to pluck and keep, Never a grassy blade. Silence, where late wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 August 1871

2 k-Mr THREE YEARS ABSENT. VIjTi(.niy lif'o f bad kftownv' Mary xV? Mrjorc jail my Jife I had locd he. When I was fifteen, the Grst'grpat sor vvitxit, my 'life earno upon inyJUieart. t J wa9scntt6ohool, and' was-obliged o part with Mary. Wo were' not to see each other for three long years. This, tojii&jyus .like a sentence, .o'Cdpatl . Mary was liko life itself to uic. IJut heaVta Krd tMgh tlKnjhfter'. IJoftfcollogeiirt' lilt 'thtf flush of uiy 'nineteenth year. I was no longer awk ward or embarrassed. I had grown iuto a ii)j;Bleodcp'8tripliiig, with a very good opinion of myself both in general and par-tiOTferr- 'If i thought of- Mary Moore it was .iff ipmgino : . how. .J could .dazzle, and bewilder her with my 1gqpd,.,,,ooks , a"d wonderful, incutal ntiairinieutH, and never thinking slip might dazzle, tind , bewilder mo still, more. . I was a coxcomb, I know, but as youth and good looks havo fled, I trust that I. may bo, believed', when I say that' self cohc'ct,h'as lef mo als...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 August 1871

ljc uir iloomficlif, ?i. ' '2few A dvcrii foment ''.' 8, O C TJ O CK ' ' " 30l4w IT: T - . : CtOTK MONTH Expense paid Pt) UMala or Female agents Horse and ouu iurnisnea. Address Baco NoVKLTT &Uo, oaco. Me. n,, j - -80 lit RIFLEsfeHOT-CUNS, REVOLVERS (Inn materials of evnry kind. Wrlto for Price 1.1st, to Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburgh. 1 a. Army guns and Hevolvers bought or traded for. . Affpiltft wmit.wl xfl A la TTT A VTIVEiTl I AflENTS everywhere to can VI IEjU 1 vs., for our (treat JMM.LAR Paper. A line fiOO Htcel Kngravlnn Riven to every subscriber. Extraordinary Inducements. Address B. B. KU.SMiXL, Boston, Muss. 3Ud 4t "PHIS IS NO HUMBUG 1 Bt scndlne 85 cts X with Bge, height, color of eyes and hair, you will receive by return mall, a correct pic ture of your future husband or wife, with name una aaie oi marriage. Address v. tvA, r. u, Drawer, No. 24 Fultonvllle, N. Y. 80 4 w d GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS, Po you want a situation as agent. Local or i raveling witn cnance ...

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

4 ADVEHTISINO RATES I Tranttmt8 Cents per Una 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, etc., Ten cents per line. YEABLT ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year 12 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Ineh, Is one square. NEW BLOOM FIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, August 1, 1871 . . Paper Currency. For several years past, tho Now York Mercantile Journal, which wo look upon as the ablest commercial paper In tho coun try, has advocated paper money, issued by the Government, as a basis for tho national currency instead of gold. In a recent num ber tho Journal again refers to tho subject as follows : " Wo cannot discover a single valid ob jection to a currency of paper issued by the Government, ' the volume of which shall be adjusted at all times by its conver tibility into i...

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