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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 August 1871

M)c Mimto, yNcuj; BloomficlJi, )i. '5 foe tfroomfuUr imt0. Tuesday, August 1, 1871, LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Tear in Advance )Capt. Samuel Rico Is now before tbo puMio with a large assortment of grape vines andj strawberry plants, of tho finest varietios. ' For rresident JudBt The Juniata" Sen iintl suggests the nomination of Hon. B. F. Junkin. A Communication in another col umn also presents the name : of Cbas. A. Babnett, Esq. y Stage to Camp. A stage will be run by S. K. Sandorson, from Bloomfleld to tho camp near Elliottsburg ; leaving ItoUinson's hotel cn Saturday evening, and Sunday morning and evening. False Pretense David Ettcr wss arrcs tod in Newport last Tuosday by the sheriff of Clinton county on the charge of obtain ing money by false pretense. The difficulty originated in the purchase of a hotel. Snndny School Convention. Tho sug gestion that a county Sunday Sohool con vention bo held has excited considerable interest. Further communications on that...

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. — 1 August 1871

6 laomfifltr mmtB. .'t O HVt yp.sK hi.. We inrtte commxmlcaUontfrom all persons wio are interested in mattert properly belonging to this aeparlment. Tuesday, August 1, 1871. FARM ' AND .HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Why Cattle Need Salt. i A GorrespoDdout wishes the ' reaton .why cattle ueod salt. . It ia because phos fate of soda must be furnished to the blood, whereas it is phosphate of potash that exists in grains , and grasses grown on soils deficient, as most soils are,, in 'saline or, sodic compound. Whoa salt is taken into the animal system it is partial ly decomposed. j t Spine, of its chlorine unitos with the potassium' of the potash while the liberated sodium is oxydized to form soda,' and this combines with the phosphoric acid from the potash phos phate to form phosphate of soda. Soda also exists in milk. It is this which gives the fluid its slightly alkaline taste when first drawn. If this be absent, as when cattldarft not supplied 8dniD. way vwith salt, the milk is unwholesome. Cattl...

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. — 1 August 1871

m$ nic3;(TtU)B!6ojnfidI)P $10 7 Bloomflold Aciulfcmy ! An , English and - Classical School FOB.,."'. LADIES 'AND GENTLEMEN Young Men" Prepared For Colfege,' A ' Xormal Srhmil inula Siiioi)! of Art. ''FAWm!.; COMMENCES..' "'.',' ' On Monday, the of Av.fjustx 1871 J i m. ' I . I. -r l v.- '' f AS the above school lias recently been re-Orgfirt-ized, students cbii enter hhv time. Prof. WM. 11. lUlb, rt i".au;UC'of ltuhger's Coly lego, N. J., Principal. . . j( Slis ANNA K AUOHPCRftKll, a graduate of Ksthi-r Institute, Columhns, Ohio, teacher (it Mu sic, Painting, ln-awini;, Prcnch and German. . . Every facility for the training of the youth of both sexes In all that constitutes a liberal und thoruBapY education. . ,.,(. , - . 4 t Thrt fnllncliifn npiinrfnip.nl'1' embraces a", the lilphcrrtiatn-lio, including l.attnnnd (Ireek Languages, Engineering, Tract)-1 ..,1 L.U,.!i.n 1 !tf.M,;.r,, Vnli.i.,1 U..l,itnail,lll. viHicert jfatlie'inatWm. ' Vacations: July nnd Angtlst, and 0116 wccK at vii...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 August 1871

8 Ije 5Cimc0, Nciw jSloomficfo, JoV Miscellaneous News Items. C3TA French barber's sign reads thug : " To-morrow tho publio will bo shaved gratuitously." Of course to-morrow never comes. tW Some one, describing a bad dinnor to which he had beon invited, said that "the ment was cold, the wino was hot, and everything was sour but tho vinegar. ' No cluo has been obtained to tho identity of the young woman who was ruth lessly wounded by a party of brutal rustics in Baltimore county, Md., a fuw weeks ago. tW A Connecticut farmer sprinkles his currant bushes with whiskey ; the worms got drunk, drop oft", and cither break their nocks or cripple themselves so that life is a burdon. t3T A student who was asked at a col lege examination "If a man should come to you to get you to survey a lot of laud what would you do?" replied, after some consideration, " I should advise him to get somebody else." tSTA set of paper car-whoels on one of the Pullman cars running to Jersey City have run over 160...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 August 1871

III x y ySiv (5J- FRANK M O It 'TIME It , ) . T T-vTTTiTnvTTk-n-vTm T1 , , rT-r- -t- --r-r-wro.-r- T-.-r-.-r- Terms: IN ADVANCE Editor and TropHeior. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. J l5PcrTonr. Vol. "V. Nov X2 loom fie Id. Ifi., Tucsdny, -Ang-iiHt 89 1871. TVo. 32. IjloomfUIb (pints Js rubllshed Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Tenn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SCB8CKIPTI0N TERMS. tlsn PKlt YUAH! 75 Cents forO Months; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. A Girl's Promise. (6 "NE of the most singular canes J of which I have ever hoard, catno to my knowledge sonio years sinco while engaged in tho practice of law, in the city of Richmond, Va. I had hcon attending court in Johnstown one of tho interior towns of the State and towards tho latter end of tho week a long and heavy rain set in which destroyed bridges and made traveling so unpleasant that I was obliged to remain a few days for tho roads to become passable, and tho bridges to be repaired. The time had dragged wearily along for two days when...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 August 1871

A Mad Judge. A judge out in Western Pennsylvania went in the river to bath the other nior ning. and while ho was swimming about, some abandoned scoundrel Btolo all his clothes, excent his Inch hat and umbrella. We won't try to tell how mad the Judge was, because although the English lan guage is copious, its most cflicient and vigorous adjectives aro entirely unequal to the oxnressiou of certain degrees of emotion. But ho stayed in the water about four hours, experimenting with the different kinds of imprecations, and en (levering to select two or thrco of the sturdiest objurgations for application to tho thief. At last he came out and after mounting tho high hat, he opened tho umbrella and tried to cover bis retreat up the street toward bis house. It ap peared to tho Jndgo that all tho female ' pupils of the boarding schools, and one Woman's Eight's Convention, were out promenading that day ; and that Judge had an awful time going through the Zouave drill with the umbcrella. When h...

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. — 8 August 1871

Xew Advertisements. t 8,. O ' O O O Ti ! tJtjQ'T'K A MONtH Expenses paid PO f eJMala or Female agents Horse and outfit furnished. Address Saco Novkltt & Co. Baco. Me. 80 4 w d. RIFLES, SHOT-CUNS, REVOLVERS Gun materials of every kind. Wrlto for Price l.lst, to Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburgh, l'a. Army runs and Kevolvers bought or traded for. Ageuts wanted. 30 d 4w WANTPTl I AGENTS everywhere to can V XxJ.1 l-LYLf I yass fr our great DOLLAR Paper. A fine 02.00 Steel Kngraving given to every subscriber, Extraordinary inducements. Address B. 1). RUSSELL, Boston, Mass. :tOU4t Tina IS NO HUMBUG! By sending 85 cts., with age, height, color of eyes and hair, you will receive by return mail, a correct pic ture of your future husband or wife, with name nnd date of marriage. Address W. FOX, P. O. Drawer, No. 24 Fultonvillo, N. Y. 80 4 w d. GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS. Po you want a situation as agent. Local or i Traveling with chance to make $r to 820 per day selling our new 7 strand Whi...

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

4; tats. r i ADVERTISING RATES t . Transient 8 OnU par line for one Insertion. 18 " . " twoinsertlons 1S "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. . ., . Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributosof Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. ; i One Square, one year . $11 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW JJL00MFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, August 8, 1871. ' The total numbor of physicians who paid taxes to the Government for tho year ending April 80, 1871, was 49,708. Of these there were regular or allopathic, 89,070 ; homeopathic, 8,971 ; hydropathic 138, eclec tic, 2,800 ; miscellaneous, or not classified, 4,770. These figures show that the number engaged in the profession has been over estimated. The usual guess at the uumbor of homeopaths has been 10,000. It is be lieved that the Government list is very full and accur...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 August 1871

Tuesday, August 8, 1871. LOCAL DErAllXMENT. OUR TERMS Are t$l MS l'ear in Advance. Court U now iu session. A full report of the proceedings will bo published next week. TAKE KOTICE. The subscription price of TnE Times is now One Dollar and Twenty-fine Ctntt per year. Those whose subscription have not yet expired, will of course continue to receive thoir paper for the balance of the time for which they ha vo paid, without any -extra charge. , Justice to ourselves, compels either this increase in price, or a reduction of the reading matter, by insert ing many moro advertisements. ' School Director. At tho last election Mr. Thomas Butch and Dr. John O. Shatto received a tie vote for school director in this borough. As they both declined to comply with the law which says that in the event of " a tio" the parties shall draw cuts for the office, the board have elected Lewis Potter Esq., to fill the vacancy. "n When you hear a man depreciating the town or locality in which he lives, ask hi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 August 1871

6f; m fjlmrmfitlif imis. We tnvttt communlcaHonnfrom all pertonetnho are interested in matteri properly belonging to thit department. Tuesday, August 8, 1871. FABM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Remedy for Short Hoy Crop., The hay crop is short from ono half to one quarter in innny parts of country. Tbo unparalleled drouth of last year fa vored worms, and in many meadows the grass-roots were entirely eaten up. May was a dry month, and the summer rains came too lato to save, the hay crop.1 The fall feed very likely will be good. Make the most of it. The richer meadows will yield a crop of rowen. In many places this is considered nearly worth loss. We know it to bo excellent feed for calves, sheep, and milch cows. . A few tons of rowen will help the winter 6toro Oat and wheat straw aro an excellent clement in cut feed.. If corn-meal or oil-cake is used, straw is a good substitute for hay. J. hen it is not yet too late to grow turnips. We raised a large crop on rich land last full, sown as lato a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 August 1871

BloomfioM Academy! An English and Classical School ron LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College, -1 Normal School anil a School of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the 23 th of Angust, 1371 AS tlio almvc school lias recently lwcn re-organ-' Izcd, students caiientor nnv time. Prof. WM. II. MIX, a graduate of ltutgcr's Col loco, N. .1., Principal. Sllss ANNA H. AUORPrHOKU, a erndtiato of Esther Institute, C'olumlms, tiliin, teacher ol IIu sic, J lit i n lt. Drawing, French and (ierman. livery facility for the training of the youth of both Hexes In all that constitutes a liberal ami tliorouuli education. The Colleglnto Department embraces nil the. hlplier branches, Including the Latin and Hroek Latmuagcs, Kiifrlneeiinir, Praitl eal HnrveyliiK, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacations: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Hoarding, Furnished Hoom, wash ing. Tuition In Latin, (ireck, English llraiiclicsand .Mathematics, for the scho...

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

8 Stljc 2Cimc0, Ktiu J3looinficll, JJct. Miscellaneous News Items. EST" Boavcr county is excited over a fif teen foot snake. tW Bradford county is building a new jail. It is expected to cost one hundred thousand dollars. t3T" A man named Robinson was recent ly found dead in his door yard at Eric. The cauao of his death was unknown. tW A littlo girl in Union county being asked, " Who was put in the lion's den ?" replied "I don't know, I did not go to that circus." tiW A man in Erie county was recently riding horse-back when the animal stepped on a rolling stono, throwing his rider and breaking his leg. US'" Statistics show that among those supposed to be dead in the city of Paris, one out of each threo hundred comes to life. This shows how much more care should be taken in this country to prevent the burial of persons while alive. Tlio aeronauts have had rough ex periences lately. Ono of them descended into the canal basin at Massillon, Ohio, on Saturday week and was drowned. Anothor...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

Stti ill it" ' it '5"r AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ("sK-SET "Vol. "V. IVcav Bloomficld, Pa., Iuoscljiy, -A-iig-iiHt 15, 1871. IVo. 33. fjloomfitlir imts. Is Published Weekly, At New Blooinfleld, Penn'a. T.t FRANK MORTIMER. SUltSCWI'TIOK TEnMB. Jlf PKlfc Y13AU! 75 Cents for 6 Months i 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. I'm Growing Old. By Jont G. Saxe. MY days pass pleasantly away, My nights are blessed with sweetest sleep, I feel no symptoms of decay, I have no causo to mourn or weep j My enemies are Impotent and shy, My friends are neither false nor cold ; And yet of late I often sigh I'm growing old I My growing talk of olden times, My growing thirst for early news, My growing apnthy to rhymes, My growing lovo of easy shoes, My growing hato of crowds and noise My growing fear of catching cold, All tell me, In the plainest voice I'm growing old i I'm growing fonder of my stall, I'm growing dimmer In the eyes, I'm growing fainter In my laugh, I'm growing deeper in my sighs, I'm...

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. — 15 August 1871

2 GTljc iitcs, New Bloomftclli, f). THE IOADEI) DICE. IT was in the Fall of 1830 that the writer of this sketch, whilo detained at Louisville awaiting tho riso of the ( )hio river, to begin his journey to New Orleans, first made tho acquaintance of Mr. Harris, a woalthy young merchant of tho above named city, who had been upending tho Summer in Cincinnati, where ho had gono to settle up somo ac counts of long standing, lie was now on his way home, carrying with him a largo amount of money, which ho had collect ed for tho firm of which ho was the jun ior member. The Hcason had been remarkably dry, and, in oonscjucuoe, tho river was lower than could bo recollected by tho oldest settlers, but as the Autumnal season advanced, when tho semiannual riso of water might bo confidently expected, many travelers arrived at Louisvillo to take advnntago of the earliest boats for tho lower country. After many disappointments tho river bciran to rise in good carncst,nnd all hur ried on board of the...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

Boots ! A Full Assortment of THE CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, Hand ot Machine Sewed, Whole Stock and Double hole and Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by M. B. SPAHR, YORK, PA. A full Assortment ot Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Constantly on Hand. nrflitecial Attention Paid to Order.-? 6 23 2tS. New Millinery Goods AX Newport, I BK1 to Inform the public that I have Just re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort ment ot the latest styles ot MILLINERY GOODS, HATS AND I10NNETS, ItlHBONS, FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS, CHIC1NONS, LACE CAPES, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found lii a first-class Mil linery Establishment All orders promptly at tended to. -Ve will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. DRF.SS-MAKINft done to order and In the la test style, as I get the latest Fashions from New Vork every mouth. (loitering done to order, in nil widths. I will warrant all my work to give sat isfaction. , All work done as low as possible. ANNIE ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

4; ADVKRTISING ItATKSl Trantient 8 Cent 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 Rospcct, ftc, Ten cents per line. V EARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year f 12 00 Two Squares per year, 30 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be mado. Tea Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, Avgunt 1871 W General Ploasanton Commissioner of Iuternal Revenue, has been removed by the President, and Deputy Commissioner Douglass has been appointed as his suc cessor. During tho month cf Juno moro than 838,000 letters misdirected or othorwtso not deliverable, were received at tho Dead Let ter Offlco in Washington. Of these 11,700 contained money, checks, receipts, drafts or other documents of valuo. New Developments In tho Wharton Case. The latost development in tho Wharton poisoning case is that Mrs. Whart...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

SlIjc tmWt New Blaomfieli, i' IjUcromfiflb flints. Tuesday, August IS, 1871 LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OUR TERMS Are Jfjtl a Year in Advance. TAKE NOTICE. Tho subscription prico of Tns Times is now , Ont Dollar and Twenty-five Cents per year. Those whoso subscription have not yet expired, will of conrso continuo to receive their paper for tbo balance of tbo time for which they havo paid, without any extra charge. Justice to ourselves, compels either this increase in prico, or a reduction of tho reading matter, by insorting many more advertisements. For The Bloomfield Timet. Mr. Editor The time Is rapidly approaching, when the citizens of this county will nave to des ignate men through their respective Conventions (or the position of President Judgeof this Judicial District. Like many of our people I believe that It is unnecessary to follow the example of my fat her and grandfather by voting forn man from Cum lwtriaiul rotuitv hen the reputation of our own ar Justifies us In selecting from th...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

6 ljc Etmc3, New Bloomftcttr, Ja. t llaomfiflb ftwts. We Invite communtcaUontfrom all pernvhoare Interested in maltert properly belonging to this deimrtment. Tuesday, August IS, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS The Model Farm of Missouri. milE furm of John W. Harris, Ka qof 1 Jioone county, iuo., is styled tno " Model Farm of Missouri," and certain ly is ono which many farmers would do well to pattern after, some on on equal scalo, and otheri on a smaller one. This farm is situated nbout twelve miles from Columbia City, Boone county, Mo., and about three miles north of the road leading from that city to Kochoport, on the Missouri river. It embraces 1,950 acres of land, all in one body; 1,880 of it uuder a "jam up good fence a Missouri phrase, signifying " horse-high, bull-strong, and nig-tight." He plows but littlo land In proportion to the wholo amount. His usual crop is 120 acres of corn, 120 acres of wheat, 50 acres of oats, 50 acres of Hungarian grass and 100 acres of meadow, the ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

Stljc imc0, New Bloomficltn )cl 4lt Bloomficld Academy! JCiifllsh and ClUHsicul School Fori 'LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. .1 A d S'hi"l inula S'hool of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the 237. of August, 1871 AS the above school has recently been ro-organ-i.ed, students canentcr any time. J'rof. VM. II. DILL, a graduate "I KutRer'sCol Icire, N. J., Principal. Miss ANNA K. AL'OSrintnElt, a Graduate o Fsther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher ot Mu sic, Painting. Drawing, French nnd German. Kvery facllily fur the training of the youth of both sexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. k9 Tit Colleglulo Department embraces nil tho higher branches, Including Ihe Latin and (ircek Languages, Engineering, Tract -eat Surveying, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced IMatheniiilies. Vacations: July and August, and one week at ' Teniis: For Hoarding. Furnished Itoom. Wash ing. Tuition III Latin, Crock, F.ngllsh llr.-iiichesnnd Mathematics, f...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 August 1871

.8 STIjc tmtfl, Ntu) Bloomftclb, JJa. Miscellaneous News Items. W Brooklyn lins a Nottingham laco factory. tW The best timo to cut corn when It aches. That Is the timo wo cut it. t2? An artesian well lias been sunk two thousand eight hundred foot in Cohocs, New York. tW Porsons wounded at tlio Wostflold explosion continuo to dio. Tho deaths so far havo reached ninety-eight. tW Tho citizonsof Erie county are trying to make their school directors rcfuso to employ any teachers who uses spirituous or limit liquor. C2PA narrow gaugo railroad is to bo built from Media to Chester. Tho whole of tho stock for tho work has already been taken. dpAladyin Halifax county, Virginia, who, year before last, was tho mother of three boys at a time, none of them living, was, week before last, tho mother of four boy babies, all hearty and kicking. t"Miss5Lydia Nyo wears tho honors of "champion femalo pedestrian" of Ben nington, Vermont, having walked thirty miles within 8 hours, over rough and moun tain...

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