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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

m ft It if) f itf 'ITiflii Z."'T AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY. NEWSPAPER. r4ff r0l. -r. New Uloomflcltl, Tuenclny, ttg-iiHt 22, 1S71. TVo. 34. Ja Published Weekly, At New Bloomficld, Tcnn'a. BY FIIANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. 1 5 I 1'Z 11 Y 13 -V 11 : 75 Cents for 6 Months; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. Amy's Engagement. IT HAD been decided in family council that tlio Daytons should spend the summer months at the seaside. Which of the fashionable watering-places was to have the honor of receiving them as guests, had not been fully determined upon. Mrs. Dayton was in favor of Newport, while Miss Belle, with many a toss of the head, declared that Cape May was a hun dred times better. The matter was settled at length by a rumor, which Mrs. Dayton brought homo one morning, that Mr. Ralph Somervillo, having finished his studies at an English university, had arrived in town, and was expected to spend a fow weeks at Newport, where his mother and sister had already preceded him. " Are yo...

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. — 22 August 1871

Gtlfc imcs, New Bloomftcfo, pa. EARNING A WIFE. A TRUE STORY. YE All after year Robert Jackson has been tho second waiter at the l'nion and the head waiter at Congress Hal), but the careless crowds hnvo not known that through his veins courso tho proudest Virginian bloods Robert is a smart, well made quadroon,, fashioned, perhaps, in about tho samo mould as Ste phen A. Douglass, for his head closely re sembles that of tho Littlo (iiant. His grandfather was General Harry Leo, of .Revolutionary light-horse cavalry fame, and his mother was a slave woman named Jenney a maid of Mrs. Lee. Soon after the birth of William Jack son, the head waiter's father, Jenny was sold to Colouel Stewart of Frederick county, Maryland. The boy William showed extraordinary intelligence, and became a pet of his master, and on tho death of Colouel Stewart, found himself free, by a clauso in tho will. William went immediately to Washington, whore ho had been many times with his master. There he met John McLea...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

3 Boots I '' " ' A Full Assortment of THE - CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, Hand or Machine Sewed, Whole fttock and Dotlblo Dole and Warranted jtotSive. Entire ! Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Sale to Hie Trade by M B. SPAHR, YORK, PA. A full Assortment ot Boots, Shoes and Rubbers ' Constantly on Hand. n-Nmclal Attention raid to Orders. "6 ft O.i ' 5 23 20. New Millinery Goods At Newport, ln. i I BEG to Inform the public that I have just rn tinned from Philadelphia, Willi a full assort ment ot the latest styles of . i MIILINERY GOODS, HATS A N't) BONNETS, ItlBBONS, FItESCH FI.OWKltB, l'EATHEltS, CHHiNONS, I. ACE CAVES, ' ' JiOTIONS, "- , - - , . ; - , , And all articles usually found In a tlrst-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at teudxl to. - W-W will w-ll nil goods as Cheap as can be sot elsewhere.. ., , ,,,, . . DREHS-MAKINfTdone to order nhif IM til la tost style, n-s I get the latest Fasliious from New York every month, tiollerlnn done to order. In nil widths. I wi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

4 ljc times, Ntn) Ulpomficib; fla. i Si .... tv ADVERTISING 11 AXES i Transient 8 Ccntt per line for one Insertion. 19 " " twolnsertlons 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted froo. Tributes of Kespcct, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year $13 00 Two Squares per year, SO 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, I'ENN'A. Tuesday, August 22f 1871. Application has boon made to tlio Gov ernor for the pardou of the Alleghany Co. Commissioners, convicted of bribery. We wonder that any one would have tho assurance to ask for the pardon of persons convicted of such a crime. Instead of shortening the sentence of the law, it ib a great pity that the penalty had not been much greater. There is no crime commit ted, that is calculated to work so great in jury to a community at largo, as bribery o...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

l)c imcs, New Bloomfitft, JJct. Tuesday, Auyunt 82, 1S71. LOCAL D12VA It T M li N T, OUR TERMS .4re M"5 Year in Advance, TAKE NOTICE. The subscription piico of TnB Timf.s is now One Dollar and Twenty-fine Cents per year. Those whose subscription have not yet expired, will of courao contimio to receive their paper for tlio balanco of the tinio for which they havo paiil, without any extra charge. ' JuHtico to ourselves compels citlier this increaso in price, or a reduction of the reading matter, by inserting many moro advertisements. Ont of Debt. Juniata county is clear of debt Mr. Watts, tlio Treasurer, having recently paid off the cntiro indebtedness. For the first time in twenty-Dve years she does not owe a dollar. He lias, bosidos, a sufficient sura to pay all orders that may bo presented. " A New Furnace. Responsible parties have began tlio erection of a new furnace at Newport. The location selected is bo tween the Canal and rail road a short dis tance below Bair's lumber yard. A...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

6 mt tlloomfitttr mfs. ITe invite commvntcatlonifrom aU persons wionre inlereMat in matters properly belonging to Viit department. Tuesday, August 22, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS To Dry find Cook Corn. " To dry corn for winter uso is not always an easy matter when done in the ordinary way ; but is so good a dish when properly cooked, and comes in such good play during the winter and spring months, when tha good housewife is often puzzled what to cook, that all should have a sup ply ; and for those who have no better fixtures for drying, I would recommend the hot-bcd. l'lace tha parboiled corn, cut from the cobs, on boards, or sheets in the hot-bed, or other frame, and put on the Bash, raising them a couple of inches each end, the sun shining in, will make it so hot, that the corn will dry perfectly in one day ; and the heat will be so great that not a fly will go near it, and should a shower come up it will be quite safe where it is, and ready to take advantage of the first bit o...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

ic imc0, Ncm Bloomftcl )a. Bloomfiold Academy! An English and Classical School Fon LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College, A Kornutl ijchonl and a School of Art. FALL TEHM COMMENCES On Monday, the 2Sih of August, 1871 AHtlie above school lias recently been re-organ-Izcd, students ennentor any time. , , J'rof. VM. II. 1)11,1., a graduate of ItutKcr's,Col leire, N. .1., l'rineip.il. Miss ANNA H. AlKlSl'l'iHiKH, a graduate of Kstlier Institute. Columbus, Oliln, teacher of Mu sic, rainling, Drawing, French and (lennaii. Kvery facility for the training of the youth of hoth sexes in all that constitutes u liberal and thorough education. Tlio Colloglntc Department embraces nil tho higher branches. Including thn Latin and (ireek Languages. Engineering, rraell. eal Purveying, l.ilerainre, Natural Science undad yaneed Mathematics. Vacations: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Hoarding. Furnished lioom, ash ing. Tuition in Latin, lireek, Knglish Ilrnnrhesaiid l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 August 1871

8 Gfljc ULimes, Nctw Bloomficft, pa. Miscellaneous News Items. tW In ono week after the purifying of tho Chicago river by tho diversion of its waters into tho IllinoiF, tlie deaths, in Chica go decreased 119. tWA. Lynchburg colored woman fell thirty feet out of a third story, Rtriking tho ground head foremost. They aro filling up the hole. Sho wasn't hurt any. Z3T At a golden wedding, in Decatur, Illinois, a few days ago, twenty-seven chil dren wero present, each of whom was pre sented with eighty acres of land, the land thus distributed being in ono body. EUTA. Claremount, N. II., man fell oft' the stage and was reported dead. Ho proved to bo only dead drunk, and while his friends wero "waking" him ho waked himself, scat tering tho mourners. tSTSoveral persons in Clarion county wero last week poisonod by eating cheese. Ono died from tho clVects of tho poison tho next day, and several others at tho last ac counts were in a dangerous condition. CS"" James Ilolhcrton was murdered on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

r I'lf 1 2V JC JJf O IJ TIME It , Editor and Proprietor, AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. j Terms: IN ADVANCE I l Per Year. Vol. V ZVow Uioomficltl, Tn.9 Tncsdny, .A.ii-iiHt IST'l. TVo. 3i Is Published Wcchly, At New Bloomflelil, Pcnn'a. HY FRANK M011TIMEK. SUBSCItirTION TEUMS. 81 "5 1 K It Y IS A. It ! I 75 Cents for G Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. A CONDENSED SERMON. BY MRS. C. C. FIELD. rpiIE poor you have to-day, J- CIobo to your very doors j Scorch out their need without delay j Give from your hoarded stores j Nor deem that with the setting sun Your work of charity Is done. Forgivo your enemies Let not your heart bo set On still remembering Injuries j Forgive and then forget j And know for once how sweet Is life, Lifted above ignoble strife. Then If you enn bo free From lust of power and gain, From pride, self-love, and vanity, And all their luring train, You'll surely have that pence of mind So yon may seek in vain to find. Easy enough to do t Simple as one could a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

ljc STtmc0, New Uloomftcltr, $cu JUL THE STOLEN NOTE. i ' BY A UETIRED ATTORNEY. that ho indulged too freely A in tho uso of the intoxicating cup John Wallace was an honest, high-minded and extraordinary man. His one great fault hung like a dark shadow over his many virtues. , He meant well, and when ho was sober ho did well. He was a hatter by trade, and by in dustry and thrift ho had secured money enough to buy tho house in which ho lived. Ho had purchased it several years beforo, for three thousand dollars, paying one thousand down and securing the bal ance by' mortgage to the seller. Tho mortgage note was almost duo at tho time circumstances made mo acquain ted with the affairs of tho family. i?ut Wallace was ready for tho day ; ho had saved up tho money; there seomcd to bo no possibility of an accident. I was well acquainted with Wallace, having done Home little collecting, and drawn up legal documents for him. One day his daugh ter Anuie caruo to my oftico in great dis tress, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

Boots! Boots! ,V!i ' 1 1 i 1 1 ' ' LiiU'L 0:':'.J.'.v' J ,:H .11 . i 'I r -.. .' : II. I v I '' '' - A ftili Assortment of ' 1 ' ' THE CELEBRATED yORTC; BOOTS, Hand or Machine Sewed, Wh6llt Stock and Double m;,mWhi1,;, : .'.. y, Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction,' Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by ' M. B. 'SPAHR, " A full Assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers' Constantly on Hand. , -Snec(dl Attention ratd to Ordert-Wt Xetv 31111 inert f Goods A.t Nowiort, in. ( I BEG to Inform the pnbllo that I have jtut re turned from I'hlladnlphia, with a full assort ment of the latest styles of MltUNSHV COOPS, ' , ' hats and bonnets, ribbons, french lowers, feathers, , . ' ' ; chignons,, '. ' . '.,.' ' LACE CAI'ES, -notions, ''' And all articles usually found In a tint-elan Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. rWe will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. DRESS-MAKING done to order and In the la tost Htyle, an I get the latest Fashions from New York...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

ADVEHTISING KATES I 3Yanfn 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 19 " " twoinscrtlons IB " " "three Insertions. BnslneM Notices In Local Column 10 Cants per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVBnTIBBMKNTS. One Bqnsre, one yenr f 13 00 Two Squares per year, 80 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Xen Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday , August 29, 1871. Some persons are already advocating ap plication to tho legislature for aid to tho sufferers by tho great . Are last week at Williamsport.- Tho exporionco obtainod from tho MLfilintovm appropriation ought to be convincing evidence that legislative aid in snub cases in, to say the least, ill ad vised. . ; President Judge. Tho people of Perry county, with groat uninamity,yiave insisted upon Hon. B. F. , Junkin, allowing his name, to bo used as a candidate for President Judge of this judi cial dis...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

el)t Suites, JCcui DloomfidH, jJa. -I)t Ioomfitlb imc5. Tuesday, August 99, 1871, LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OUR TERMS .4re Mi a Year in Advance. Henry Rlttlor, a noted horso-thiof, es caped from York county jail last week, by digging through the wall. IIu is flvo foot seven inches high, dark complexion, , A re ward of one hundred dollars is offered by the sheriff for his arrest. Again Open. The Academy in this ' borough began its fall session yesterday. Prof. W. II. Dill has charge of the educa tional departments, which is a guarantee that the pupils will be thoroughly instruc ted in all branches, necessary to fit them for admission to any college in the land. Ad ditions have been niado to the building for tho accommodation of the students, so thaj; more can be provided for, and there is no danger of their' comfort being ncgloctcd while Mr. Orior lias supervision of the in stitution. For gentlemen or young ladies this academy offers superior inducements. Adams County Fulr. The ninth annual ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

6 We invite communication from nil pcrsontwhoare interested in matter! properly belonging to thi department. Tuesday, August 29, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Necessary Rales for Sleep. There is no fact more clearly establish ed in the physiology of man than this, that tlie brain expends its energies and itself during the hours of wakefulness, and that these are re-euperated during sleep If tho recuperation docs not equal the expenditure, tho brain withers this is insanity Thus it is that, in early English history, persons who were con demned to death by being prevented from sleeping, always died raving maniacs, and those who are starved to death become insane ; the brain is not nourished, and they can not sleep. The practical inferences aro three : 1st. Those who think most, who do tho most brain work, require tho most sleep. 2d. The time ' saved' from the necessary sleep-is infallibly destructive to mind, body, and estate. 3d. Give yourself, your children, your servants, give all...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

riiotogfaplis I riiotosraphs JACOB COBLE, Photographic Artist, NEWPORT, VENN' A. THE subscriber would respectfully on!l tlio nt tendon (it the citizens. n( this count v to t tie fact that lie Is prepared, to taltft 1'HOTOURA l'HS in the best style of the art. Ills long experience enables him to prnduco PICTURES WHICH CAXXOT HE EX CELT, 1:1). All persons nrc requested to call at Ills rooms and examine specimens. 1'artlcular attention given to copying likenesses or deceased persons, nnd great care will bo taken to furnish Good Pictures of Children. Framing material and a good assortment of frames always on hand, and for sale at low prices. JACOII COBLE, Artist, Newport, Terry Co., To Bloomfield Academy ! An English ami Classical School FOll LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. A Normal Scluml and a School of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the 2$ih of Aiiyust, 1871 AS the aliove school has recently been le-organ-ized, students canenter any lime. I'rnf. VM. II. DILL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 August 1871

8 ffljc Stimcs, Nctu Bloomfttllr, j)o. Professional Cards. RAILROADS. Miscellaneous News Items. B3"A Minnesota juror ruulrcsscd a lioto to the judge, in which ho styled him ns "Onorablo jug." OT A mail in ICansas,on wlioso shoultlor a lady laid a lash, didn't ruo for damages, because it was an eyelash. CA Troy paper opcaks of "a man with ono cyo named Hubert Welch," but docs not tell what his other cyo was named. tW An Evangelist of Cincinnati choked a girl nearly to death in a concert saloon, because sho spoke with disrespect of the Bible. CUT A man in Illinois committed suicide by drowning lately, in six inches of water, his wife kindly sitting on his head to keep him under. tW The naked body of a murdered man, horrible bruised about the head, was found in tho East river, New York, on Tuesday morning. C2f" Dr. Carl Groesser, charged with hav ing caused tho death of his wifo by cruel treatment, at Louisville, Ky., has been committed without bail. t3T A Wisconsin lover wroto his swe...

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

( 1 MiMdht -lis Ml IE 8 I IHI "JSS'' .'AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 5ZSlZ "Vol. "V". Now Uloomfielcl, J?fi., Tuestlny, f4oitoiiiloi- f, 1871. TVo. 3G. X IVMfsft Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Tenn'a. BT FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. 41 5 PER YEAB! 75 Cents for 6 Months; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. A Young Man's Adventures. ONLY twenty-one, with a good educa tion, and five thousand dollars in my possession, I felt like taking the world easy for a short time before settled upon a profession, as I had not yet made up my . mind what to be, a doctor, a lawyer, or an editor, and I did not think there was any need to be in a hurry. I wanted to see a little of life, and my experience at Yale College, among some of the madcaps there, bad given me a strong desire to venture into the great world beyond, Walter Brainard, my especial chum, a native of Baltimore, suggested that we should "do New York" for a week or so, on his way home for the vacation. I closed with the proposal at o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 September 1871

- .3 j! 11. -9 TOE, LOST TflLIj. if ,.rrIIEN you are determinedito'diso , I . t -r tttf ..... I JL ;ocy ,me iiose i - . v Yes.- Hinco von command ma to doi solnothlng Which is Unjust and which will mako my life miserahlo. I consider myself under no obligation to obey such . commands even- from my futhor - .-, '.' yndutifulsobcdicnty child t" said Coloncl.Caily, in a rage. ' 'lf you will tiot'trcat irio ns y&ur father J I will not treat you as my child. Obey mo, or le'avo the house 1. Choose between the two iui- ta'auiaterylT' , " I would choope anything rnthcrjjinn marry that man, even death, t believe he is'h'-'seo'Undrcl find libertine' !"' '" 1 ' : " There is' tab ujo in ! -prolonging' tlio - tonverMtionv , Yon -have- chosen ' your : path; and hanoeforth you are no child of t liiino ;nnd iai my hauso .1 will not hoar tho honorablo 'name of Jackson'. Garner m insulted by any ono." !' v i' , - ' .Colonel Cady was pacing', the room, t and flourishing hia- ano uicuTvcingly . (o- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 September 1871

.i.i.i.-iiv ,-ii-n: , .h j tti .?4:hy.j u;a Ta vi e.:(::.TJia.'H'jr A Villi Aaanvftm.... THE ' ctLEBRAtED YORK - BOOTS, Hand or Machine Sewe it, Whole 8 took and Double Warfahtecf tfttJjy.Entirt Sat'rsfectioiJ 'Manufactured and Cof Bale to the Trade tif ' i, t. .,., ,., YORK. " PA. .'. - ' .-I - l-'-l- I .. ... .'. 1 ..1,1 . - j -1 , , , A lull Assortment of : Boots, Shoes and 'At 'I v ' . Rubbers-1 j -'Constantly on Hand."" .: wspe(Hal Attention Paid to Order -S i - "' ' ' ... . . ' ,- Xew Millinery I &OQd& , . . - ,-l :. ; i ..ii. -t i .:... ..M, il,: I BEO tolnform tneffflMte1 lhat I have just re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort- uimi oi uie latest siyies oi i I : i , MlttlNETlt GOODS Alt I- HATS AND BONNETS, ' ' ftlBBONi,' i-RENCrf iWeR8, r! I. FEAT1IE1W, ;Jt ;;' , 1 " , ' ' 1 ti U.II,.-. (..:, KOTIONS. I' 3"! ' I fl' And all artlolf usually found in a nm-elass Mil linery Kstabllxhmant. All orders promptly at tended to. - -We will sell all goods as Cheap as c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 September 1871

4? lift Sloomfitllr iimtsi ' AiJVEBTISISrO BATES I ' ' . TraiuUnt8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " " twolnsertions 15 m : "three insertions. BuelaeBi Notice In Local Uolnmn 10 Veptt per line. Notices of Marriages or Death Inserted free; Tributes ef Respect, Ac., Ten cents per line. TBARLT ADTBBTIBKlUniTBt i One Square, one J ear ....... $13 00 Two Squares per year, ' 30 00 For longer advertisements ' a reasonable dis count will be made -t . i . Xen Lines Nonpareil or one Inch Is one square. NEW BLOOHFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, Septembers, 187 It The Republicans' of Juniata county heM their delegate election on Saturday last The unanimous vote was cast for lion. P. F. Junkin as the candidate for Preside nt Judge of this judicial district r ,' - . . , , r The Asiatic Cholora has made its ap pearance In many portions of Europe. In come parts of Prussia St has spread In an alarming manner, and is ' making rapid progress through the whole country. A few cases have been reported in N...

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