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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

2f Mm v-iii- yip r js tps Fit AX K MO 11 TIMER, ) Editor and l'rojyriefor. . t AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ITcrmat IW ADVANCE H iZn Per Your. Vol. V. Iov Bloomfleltl, Tiiontliiy, Ncptciulxir 2(j, lyi. - I 's LI 0 Is Published Weekly, At Now Bloomlleld, Pcnn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCIlirTION TEHMS. Jt l.JJ ."5 1 10 It Y 12 A. 1 1 ! 71 C'eHfn or 0 Month s 40 Vents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. GRACE BLENCHFORD'S LOVER. JONAS BLENCHFORD, with coat, hat and gloves already on, heard tho tink lo of tho sleigh bells, and arose to go down but when ho reached tho door ho felt a light touch upon his arm, and heard the well known voice of his daughter. "Ta, may I go?" "But I am only going to the bank, Grace." "After what, father? I will go there aud wait for you. It will not take me fivo minutes to get ready." " Well well ! Bo spry, and I'll wait," Mild tho old gentleman, quite merrily, "and I'll give you such a Blcigh ride as you never had before a tleigh ride extraordinary. You know I hav...

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. — 26 September 1871

Stye imc5 Wvo Bloontficlb, JJcu THE LITTLE MAN IN DRAB. 'TTTIIYis that fellow crying 'go ; W ing, going, only one dollar and a half, only one dollar find a half,' when there is not a person except himself in the store?" nsked a friend, as we wcro walking along Clark street. " lie's advertising his goods to passers by ; when you hear him shout for tho twentieth time that it is only one dollar and a half, the inquiry,, naturally arises : What is it that is only one dollar and a half?" " One point is already gained for the auctioneer. If your curiosity is excited to tho extent of your stepping into tho store, there is a chauco that you will not mo out bclore you purchase that very nrticlo, bo it bogus jewelry, a second--hand revolver, or a summer coat." " Docs he keep up that auctioneering whether ho has any customers or not ?" " Nearly the whole day. Tho best time, however, is near six o'clock, when thousands of people are freed from their work and on their way home, with per haps mon...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

lie imc0,,3IctuJ3loomftci&t Men. Boots I ! A Vnl XsAortraeufof ' CELEBRATED YOKK THL BOOTS, Hand or Machine Rldcd, Whole Btock Double ... , .. - . , . .,. Bole and ( , Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured aud For Sale to the Trade by yJtilv..-. '-YORK,' PA. A full Assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubber Constantly on Hand. w Special Attention raid to Orders.- 6Z3 2tl New Millinery Goods jVt Newport, la. IBEO to inform the public that I have Just re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort nieut of the latest stylus of MILLINEKY GOODS, HATS AND BONNETS, ItlBBONS, FRENCH FI-OWEItS, FEATHEKS, CHIGNONS, LACE CAria, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found 111 a first-class Mil linery Establishment All orders promptly at tended to. 4-Wo will soil all goods as Cheap as can bo got elsewhere. DUESS-MAKING done to order and In the la test style, as I net llio latest Fashions from New York everv mouth, (iotleriiiic done to order, in all widths. I will warrant all my work t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

4; ADVEKTISINQ , KATES I Trantient 8 Cents porllno for ono lnsortlon. 13 ' twolnscrtlon. 15 " " ' three insertions. Business Notices la Local Column 10 Cents psrliiic. Notices of MarrlnjSfes or Deaths Inserted frco. TriDuicsoi itespoct, bc., Ten cents per lino. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. . . One Square, ono year 13 00 Two Squares per year, SO 00 or longer nnvertiscinents a rciiBcmamc dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, September 20, 1S71 tW In Switzerland tlio progress of drunk enness is go great, tliat jiiniunyagricuUiir.il and manufacturing communes, the muni cipal revenues aro absorbed in relieving the wants of families whoso heads have be come, habitual drunkards. In several places houses of correction are being built for the purpose of confining tho poor wretches who have fallen victims to this disease It Is stated, on good authority, that In ten years thoro has been an incroaso of public houses in tho single cant...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

lje tme0,: New Blooihfielir, )a: Tuesday, September 20, 1871, LOCAL D EVA 11 T MEN T. . OUR TERMS Are fl a Year in Advance. Got Registered. Attond to getting reg istered without delay,- as Friday of this week is tho last opportunity to attend to that duty. ,. . , , v . - . ' - ' ' -An Accident. Mrs. Jacob Drawbaugh, of Carroll township, whilo on a visit to William Meyers, iu Hyo township, was seized with a vertigo, just as she was de scending tho stairs, which caused her to fall to tho bottom, rupturing a blood-vessel and badly Injuring herself otherwise Under tho care of Dr. Eborhard, she is rapidly re covering. A Wretch. Some inhuman monster iu Ilagorstown has been disgracing humanity lately by mutilating dumb animals. A cow of Mr. IJombcrger's was recently cut over the back with a heavy sharp instru ment, evidently an axe, and horribly muti lated. Mr. Joseph Frioso had a cow muti lated in the same manner. Xew Census nnd Patent Laws. Wo have received from Munu & Co., publisher...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

6 ht fjlamttfulfc ihuts. Tuesday, September 20, lsil. FASH AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS COMMUNICATED. Treo Planting. As the season, for planting TruU fthd ornamental trees and vines is near, the renders of your paper may be reminded jt I n i . . . 1 mat to De successiui in growing trees re quires reflection and judgmont. Many of those who plant trees know better than they practice, A -few rules rigidly observed will nearly always secure satis factory results. Ilulo 1st. Prepare the ground by till ing it, kyin it out, and digging the holes to receive the trees early in the season. Ilulo 2d. If the ground is dry enough to be mellow, and it' tho weather is favor able, as soon as tho frost has taken off the leaves, got good trees diroctly from tho nursery without allowing the roots to become dry, and plant immediately. Note. A good tree is young, smooth in tho bark, the stem much, thicker at the ground thau at the top, the top is low and spreading, with many limbs equal ly distributed on all sid...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

Bloomfiold Academy! An English and Classical School Fon LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College, A Kbrmal School and a St-hitol of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES Oa Monday, (he 28th of August, 1871 AB the ariove srhool lias recently liecn re-orgnn-l.pil, students run enter any time, l'rof. WA1. II. 1HI.L, a graduate u' linker's Col lege, N. .T., Principal. Miss ANNA K. AUOSPUItOKll, a erndimto of Esther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher of Mu sic, 1'alntinu, Drawing, French nnil (iornian. Every facility for Mm trninluu of Hie youth of both sexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. Tho Collegluto Department cmlirnces nil tlio lilpher branches, Including the Latin and (irppk Lanpiiuia-s, KiiRlnrcrliiK, l'ractl cal Hnrvi'VliiR. Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacations: July and Auicust. and one week at Christmas. Terms: For TVinrdlnc, Furnished Room, wash. Inii, Tuition In hat in, (ireok, Knullsh ltriinchcsnud Mathematics, fur Hid sc...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 September 1871

SLIjc SItmco, Nctu filoomftcfo, )a. 8 Professional Cards. Miscellaneous News Items. tSAboy fifteen yenvs old poisoned Ii in mother, In Oregon, a few wcoks ngo, and tlicn robbed licr house. 13T A steam engino covering a space not so large as a three-cent picco, wasoxhihited at the Buffalo International Industrial Ex hibition. tW A motor engino is placed In tlio Church of the Redeemer, New Haven, to blow tlio organ. Tlio engino used is tbo Forcstor patent. 3T A man in New York was so badly injured by fiUliiis over a ropo stretched . across the sidewalk by mischievous boys one evening last week, that he tliod in an hour. tS" General Uico.'tho llayticn Minister to France, has been twice banged by tho neck j twice the ropo slipped ; and in threo sieges lived comfortably by eating tho soles of his boots. t3F" Miss Nellie Thurston, who mado a balloon ascension from "NVatertown fair grounds, New York, recently, landed in a tree, where sho staid all night, perfectly soreno and happy. tW A yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

Mtmmm If n 4 FnLZiVloZllT' AN INDEPENDENT EAMILY NEWSPAPER. r4i Vol. "V. Now Bioomftold, Xn., Tuesday, October 3, 1871. - TVo.'lO. J Published Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Tena'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. BUIISCIIII'TION TERMS. tfil.r5 PIC 11 YKAIt! 75 Cents for 6 Months ; 40 Cento or 5 Months, IN ADVANCE. WOMAN'S EIGHTS. Dennis McFlynn has been thinking about "woman's rights," and his excited Imagination llnds vent as follows: Hurrah for tho time that is cotnln', Whin ladles shall vote like the minj Och, won't tli polls be a bloomtn' Wld tlthcrs and crinoline thin! Election day thin, I am thlnkln'. Will be the great day of the year, Whin lasses and lads will be drinkln' Together the candidates' bear. What's the use to wrangle wld Biddy About who the living shall make ; An' sure. If 't will please her, I'm rlddy To give up the hod for her sake. An' be stay I n' all day at the shanty To 'tlnd the domestic allalrs, A bollln' the bafe an' peratles, An' inendlu' the rips an' the tares. Thin whe...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

2 aije ftmc0, Nero Bloomficlb, Jcu SELLING A GREENY. t : Blr p. PEtAcy. NEAR tho City Hall Park is a build ing containing a large number of offices, ' and as the upper stories have an entrance from two streets it is a favorite locality fur the operations of the swindlers who live by fleecing " green countrymen." A frequent game is to get some verdant individual to ad vance money for which they give them either a spurious draft or bogus coin as security, and then enter the building above mentioned and leavo by the door on the other sido. A young man well posted in the ways of the city,detcr mincd to see if ho could not swindle one of the sharpers, and having come to this determination, went to tho Park Hotel dressed like a " well to-do" countryman, and entered his namo as Charles T. Charles, of West Geld Mass. The next morning ho passed out of tho hotel at on catly hour for a walk, and as he sauntered up tho street towards Park How, a merry twinkle might have been noticed in his eyes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

Stye ffitmetfimBfoomfidlft $)& Boots I hi 'ft'' ' ' " in, , A Fill Amortroiot or 1 Ht CELEBRATED , YORK BOOTS, Hand or Machine Hided, Whole Stock Double '.!' i , Hole and ,. ., Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, JJ.-iwraetuijj end Ky fale to the rade by YORK, PA. ! ', ;''; ', ' , A full Assortment of ; ' Boots, Shoes and Rubbers , ' ' : Constantly on Hand.' ; 1 ' ' ' MVNnecUa Attention raid I OnMrr-C 623 40. . 2fcw Millinery Goodq A.t Newport, In. T TKVfl trt Inform flia it,t,llA tfcn t l,i.Hl'rf X turned from rhlladulphla, with, a lull assort- MVlll. U. lilt? ItkbCSb BbyiCS Ul ' ,,,, MILLINERY GOODS, ,IIAT8 AND BONNETS, ' , ' KIBBONB. FRKNC1I FMIWEKS, FEATHEK8, 1 .' ' CHIGNONS. , , J LACK CAPES, ; , , NOTIONS, And all articles nsualljr found In a first-elans Mil lliiery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -Y will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. DRESS-MAKINO done to order and In the la test style, as I get the latest Fashions from New York every...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

4 lt 8l00mfiHb 'iimfs. ADVERTISING ItATKS, . 7Ynin8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 19 " , " i twolnsertlons .15 " . " "three Insertion. Business' Notices In Local Column 10' Cent per line. " 1 Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year .' $13 00 Twe Squares per year,..,...,.,., ! 20 00 For longer.advertlscmcnts a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BliOOXFEELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, October 3, 187 J. . TMeving "Rings." . There Is no doubt that tho great danger which now threaten tlio eouutry, Is the ease with which corrupt men secure and retain political power. , All over tho United State are "thioving rings" which threat en by their enormous frauds to bankrupt the ' whole community, and upon this ubjeotwe we find an article in the N. J. Mecluinic that to well expresses our ideas, .that we copy a portion of it. . : , , ., . . i ; .i i "Evory ci...

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

foe fjlaomfit to ginws. Tuesday, October 3, 1871. LOCAL D ETA ItTMENT. OUR TERMS Are fl J3G a Year in Advance. The Democratio conferees have nomina ted Henry K. Fetter, Esq., as the senatorial candidate for the district composed of Cum berland and Franklin counties. - We Coll attontion to the advertisement of D. A.. Sawyer, which will be found in another column: Persons visiting Carlisle during the fair will do well to give him a calk . ....... The Fair. The Terry county fair will open to-day at Newport. The managers promise greater attractions than have boon shown at any previous year. Found. On Thursday afternoon a week, in this borough, in front of the resi dence of D. Myers, Sen., a now Breakfast Bhawl. The owner by paying for this notice and proving property, can get it of the- flndor. Hard To Boat. Wo have received from Mrs. Daniel Meyers some apples of the Oloire Mundi variety which weighed one pound and three ounces each and measured 13 inches one way and fourteen the other....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

6 l)e rotes, Ubomftel pcfr fat ll00mfitlb ?mv Tuesday, October 3, 1871, FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. ITEMS We invite cmmun4oationfromailveronxiho are tntcretteil in matter! properly belonging to thi aepartmenu How Teaches are Canned. .f.i A correspondent describing a Mary land peach-orchard and the canning of the fruit snysv r ; ; - ; Tbo'Ordhard comprises 1013 acres, the greater part of the tree being in full bearing. 'The canning establishment is in the corner of the orchard ; t and from it there is nothing to be seen on every hand but; peach-trees. 'g The wagons fis they come in from the orchard, stop and unload; , the baskets are- passed up to hands who take the yellow peaches into the upper story of ono house and white ones to the other. The internal arrange ment of both houses is the same, and tho processes in both are ' identical. ' The paring is all done by bond; various machines have been tried, but none have yet been found , to. work satisfactorily. Some five hundred woman and girl...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

l)c tmc3, Ncru JMoomftciti, Pa: Bloomfiold Academy ! An English and Classical School . Fon . . LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN " ' Ydung Men Prepared For College. A Normal Srhool ' ami a Schoul of Art) FALL TERM COMMENCES On MonJuy, the 2Sth 0 August, 187 1 AB the above srhool has recently been re-organ-Ized. students caitentcr any time. 1'rof. WM. II. DILI., a graduate of KutRcr's Col-' lege, N. J., Principal. Miss ANN A K. AI'OSrUROEIt, a graduate of Ksther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher o( JIu ln, I'nlntlne, DrawluK. French and (ierinan. Every laetllty for the training of the youth of both sexes In nil that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. The Collegiate Department , embraces all the higher branches, Including the Latin and (ireek Lnniiuagcs, KnglneerliiK, l'ractl cal Hurveylnir, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced AlathuinatlcH. ... Vacations: July and August, undone week at Christmas. Terms; For Boarding, Furnished Kooin. Wash Ing, Tuition in Latin, Greek, Knglish ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 October 1871

8 iiljc Stmts, Nttu Bloomficlli, Ja. Miscellaneous News Items. REAL ESTATE NOTICES- Professional Cards. f rec IST'On tho 20th ult., a large bam belong. ing to Mr. Martin Moyor, near Annvlllo, was destroyed by Are. tW A man with ono eyo laid nnothor a wager that he (the one-eyed) saw mora than the other. Tho wager wa accepted. "You have lost," says the first; "I can see two eyes in your face, and you can only sco one in mine. tW On Sunday evening, 17th, Inst., Mrs. M. Wilson residing in Filbert street, liar- risburg gavo birth to twin daughters, the combined weight of which was eightcon pounds. The twins are said to have been as large as ordinary children of three weeks old. . C" At the last Plymouth church picnio Mr. Beechor was nsked why he did not dance. "There is but one reason," he replied " I don't know how. The only dancing I ever did was when my father furnished the music, and used me for tho fiddle. I took all the steps then." 13T A story comes from Now Albany of an orphan b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

Jll'il '"" HU! Ill IpPp 'w fife' llfl flit. '31. JBilUPa ju-ju nr :OEW xvx w "... Fit A XK MOKTIMEIi, Editor and Proprietor. ( Terms: IN AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. cr Ycnr. Vol. "V IVoav Bloomfichl, J?ii., ITnoHcljry, October lO. 1871. Wo. 11. Js Published Weekly, At New IJlooinflcId, renn'a. J1Y FRANK MORTIMER. SUURCniPTION TKKMS. l.VJ f 1 10 It A' 10 A. II ! 75 Cents for G Months ; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. nnnnninmiMHBiBHnHnnMran Miss Foster's Lovers. A Story of Circumstantial Evidence. 4 IiTIIOUGII still young, I had already J.X. followed the occupation of a seagoing engineer for several years, when in 18 , I joined the Charles Edward ns "chief." Sho was a new screw clipper, and had been chartered by a party of nieichants who wero going to mako the exporimont of bringing in the early teas by steam. Wo wero bound for Hong Kong with n general cargo ; on discharging which we wore to trade in tho Chinese waters till the new teas were ready, when wo wero to tako in a f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

2 3ljc imca, Nctv BloomficUi, )n. valvo which t particularly desired to see placed. While I was speaking to the messenger, Marlow, accompanied by Miss roster, passed through, the hall. On reaching tho door they stood conversing lor a tew minutes ; and although I could not hoar much of what was said, I jjath ered, from the few detached sentences that reached my cars, that Miss Foster was trying to dissuade Marlow from taking law proceedings against Wallworth. Af ter dismissing the fireman . I returned to the upper apartments, for tho purposo of telling Wallworth that 1 was going to tho ship; but hnding him engaged in conver sation with Miss roster, who had return ed to tho dancing-room after partine with tho irato bill-discounter, and guessing irom his animated manner and (lashing cyo that ho would not care to bo inter rupted, I merely left a message for him with Mr. Foster, and mado tho best of my way on board tho Charles hdwerd. The work I had gono on board to su perintend was comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

Hoots! , . AFtil Assortment of f t ( THE CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, Hand or Machln Bided, Whole Block Double Sole and Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, , Manufactured and For Bole to the Trade !y m.d;spahr, , YORK, PA. A full Assortment of. ,, , . ' Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Constantly on Hand. ar)erial Attention raid to Ordert.'Vt Xciv Millinery Goods AX Newport, 11. I BEG to Inform the public Hint I hare Just re turned from l'hiladelphla, with a luUossof meut ul the latest stylus of , MILLlSERT GOODS, HATS AND BONNETS, . RIUBON8, FRKNC'H KlxJwEHrf, FEATHEKH, , CHIGNONS, ; ' , LACE CAPES, ". ,' NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In a first-class Mil. lluery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. DRESS MAKING done to order and In the la test style, as 1 get the latest Fashions from New York every month, (loitering done to order, In all widths. I will warrant all my work to give sat isfaction. All work done as l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

Ijc thics;-Xnu'-0lbomftcUi, f)dv ADVKIITI8ING HATES I j (t Trarulmt 8 Cents per Hue fof one Insertion. 13 " ' twolnsettlo-ns , IS - " ; "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents par line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted froo; Tributes of Kespect, &c, Ton cents per Hue. , YEAni.Y ADVERTIBEMKNT8, One Square, one year , $13 00 Two 8qnnrcs J)or year,.. ','..,. ........ ' 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. .. , ,i ' Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BLOOEFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, October 10, 1871. - "" I)o Tour Duty. We trust that every man who la not pre vented by sickness will see that Ms duty, a t the polls la properly attended to to-day It is not only a privilege, but it is a duty that every man owes to his country, and a citizen who neglects to Ticrform it,.' says, by his actions, that he cither has no interest in the welfare of his couutry, or acknowl edges himself incapable, of deciding be twoen righ...

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