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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

(TO igpj illf TERMS t Sl.Ur; Year,) -v-r -r-.-r-i-k.-r-i-i-T-.T-r-.-r--v-rrr - ttt tr --r-r--T-rr-i-i- -r--r-i-r- ( 75 Cent for 0 Months; in advance. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Mctjor 3 months. Vol. "VI. IVoav Uloomflold, 3?x., Tuesday, Xolrutxiy so, 1873. IVo. 8. IS PUIH.ISlIEn EVERT TI-E90AT MOUNINU, BY FRANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloonifield, Perry Co., Pa. Heine provided Willi Htoatn I'ower, and largo Cylinder mid Jiili-Presses, wb nre prepared to do nil kind!) of .lob l'l luting 111 good style and at Low Prices. ADVEHTI8INO HATES Trantient 8 Cents pcrllne for one Insertion. 13 " " ' twolnscrtlons 15 " " "three Insertions. . Business Notices la Local Column 10 Cents fer line. Notices of Marrlaires or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c., Ten conts per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year 8 W,no Twenty lines " " " $18.00 For loneer yearly adv'ts term? will be given upon application. THE SN0W DRIFT. nr A. I. II. DUOANNE. The snows nru ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

2 GHjc 'dimes, Nero Bloomfteli), )n. Most of you know my history since 1 came lioro in '40; not one in acquainted with it before that time. I am a native of Maryland, and came to this coast in '42 long beforo tlie discovery of gold being then only twenty-three years old. Five months beforo leaving home, I becamo en gaged to a lady of AYashington city; but tho parents, being moderately wealthy, opposed tho union. Wo were young, passionate, and dcop in lovo, and, taking advantage of tlio absenco of tho old folks, ono evening, wo wero married in tho presence of a few young friends, under the roof of her parents. Ono of tho servants informed them of tho unusual proceeding in progress, and short ly after tho ceremony, tho mother, greatly excited, and tho father perfectly calm, pre sented themselves, lie informed me, very quietly mid coldly, that he should make no attempt to prevent mo from taking my prizo away, and providing for it; and, in tho same cold, formal manner, requested us to l...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

l)c dimes, New. Bloomficlifi Ja. 3 JNH17KK IN Til K JIUTUAL LIFE INSUIIANCK COMPANY OF NEW YOIIK. K. 8. Winston, 1'rcsldcnt. The oldest and stroiurcst Company In the United states. Assets over 8-15,0UO,U0t) In cash. S. M. KlIUI.KIi. Aueiil. Liverpool, l'a. 6 44 13t. S. Mlui.Elt. H. M. Slici.F.il S. SHULER & SOW, LIVERPOOL, Terry County, lt., Dealers In nil kinds of Hardware, Groceries, &c. All Roods In our line sold at the lowest prlees. Jive in a trial. , 6 44 14 1. Leather, Harness and Oil Store At Duncannon, renn'a. T1MC subscriber lias Just opened In Duneannon I'erry county, l'a., opposite the Natiuna Hotel, u lai'Ke and splendid assortment of I, BATH Kit. HADDI.KltV, OILS, THUNKS, MIOK-FINIIX(iS.&C. He Is prepared to till orders at the shortest notien and In the besl manner. A nuinlier of the best workmen are employed, and repairing is done without delay nnd on the most reasonable terms. l!i:i'IXKl) OIL lire test by the barrel, or In larger lots. 1,1 HIIICATINIi nnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

4 NEW BLOOM FIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, February 20, 1&72, vr t3TThe Harrisbiirg people lay the nick ness which is prevailing to rtiieh an alarm ing extent in tlmt. city, I o tlio fact that a cess pool lias been emptying its contents into the watoi used in tliu reservior. The Democratic State Executive committee- met at llaiTisburg, on the 1 5tl inst., and issued a call for the Pemoeratie State Convention to meet at Heading, on tlio 30th day of May. A Special Election for Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr Ev ans has been ordered by the speaker of the Senate, to take phico on March 10th, xl the same time ns tlio regular spring election. Local Option was defeated in the New Jersey Senate last week amid much excite ment. The temperance men are crest fall cn and the liquor men jubilant. Tlio bill was lost on the tliiid reading by a vote of 25 to 23. All the Democrats, with one except ion, voted against tlio bill. Col. J. W. Forney has resigned the of fice of Collecto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

Tuesday, February 20, 1872. LOCAL D1SPAJITMENT, 0 Registry of Sales. Wo call attention to the following tulcs, bills for which have been printed at this offlce. February 24th The executrix of John Price from his lute residence in Wheatllcld twp., will ell Horses, Cows, Hops and a great variety of farming implements. February 27th Samuel Noll, at Green Park, will Bell oue pair of Mules, Young C'nttle and Cows, several Wagons, Threshing Machine, Kirby Keapcr and Mower, and many other articles not mentioned. February 2Hth Cyrus Brown, on the farm of Wm. Btoullbr at Shcrmansdalo will sell Horses Cows, Young Cattle and funning implements. March 5th Mrs. N. E. Shaver, at her resi dence in Madison township, will sell Work Horses. Colts and other Stock, also a great va riety of farming implements and household furniture. March th Sam1. Kleckucr at his residence In Saville twp., will sell Live Stock, Forming Implements and household furniture. March 7th Jacob Rough of Juniata twp., will sell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

6 5tl)c imc0, Ntu) Bloomftcfo, )a. Tuesday, February 20, 1872. FARIl ANDn0U33E0LL ITEMS fTe inrlli'wn'nvml'-iitloni' trim nil srHonwIio'irn intnrnxlnl in mutters prbiicrly Inihmtiinu to thin department. Mow to Cure u Cold. In tlio February, number of Home and Health we fuul Die follow-in;; Finijilo mul useful instructions fur curing a cold. "Tlio first hour alter rateliinjj n cold, it may bo cured, by anything which thoroughly, warms and restores circulation. Thorough ly warm such parts of the body as may have been first chilled, or affected by the cold. An old physician said to mc, when T was attending his lecture during my student life, " AVe must drive out a cold by tho mo door through which it enter ed." I have found this to be excellent advice. If tho cold has coiuo from wet or cold feet, batho them thoroughly in hot water with mustard. If tho neck of the spinal column lias been tho door of ingress for tho cold, stand or sit with the back against or near tho hot stovepipe, or t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

ljc hues, Ncur.Bloomfidfc )u DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has been tested by the publlo FOR TEN YHARS. Dr. Crook's Wine or Tar Renovates and Invigorates the entire system. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is the very remedy for the Weak and Debilitated. DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR Rapidly restores exhausted Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Itestorcs the Appetite and Strengthens the Stomach. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Causes tho food to digest, reinovliiK lyNcpsi uml Indigestion DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Givea tone- and energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. All recovering from nny Illness will lii.il this the best Tonio they can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is an elleetlvo Regulator of the Liver. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Cures Jaundice, or uny Liver Complaint. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Makes Delicate Females, who nro never feeling Well, btroug and Healthy. DR. CROOK'S AVINE OF TAR lias restored many Persons who have been uuablo to work for years. DR. CROOK'S AVINE OF TAR Should be t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 February 1872

8 lje mco, Nero Blooinftclii, )o. A Norelty In Arctic Exploration. Mr. Octavo Pavy, the wealthy nnd nd vonttirnuB youiifr Frenchman, who is going to tlio North Pole, proposes to do tho jottr neyon a rubber raft. The raft is com posed of four kecl-sliapcd cylinders, fasten ed together on the decks by wooden slats, to which tho necessary masts and riggings are attached. It is so small that it occupies very littlo room in fact, M. Pavy carries his pack in a barrel, but it will carry about 10,000 pounds of freight besides the crew. M. Pavy is in St. Louis, on ronto for the Pacific coast; but finding tho Union Pacific road blocked with hiiow, will return to New Orleans, and go to San Francisco by somo other route. Ho will leave San Fran ciBco in the spring, and will steer for Pet rozavodsk, whero ho will take on board provisions, furs, dogs and reindeers. Sail ing through Behi ing'B Straits, SI. Pavy will hoar for tho land discovered by Captain Long, about ilvo hundred miles broad, which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

llllii iff . K ' if A A A a v a V mm- TERMS I tWl.vJO Per Yonr.j I X A D VANCE. X AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 7S Cents for G Months i 40 Cts.for 3 months.. "Vol. ArI. IVo. l il IS 1 II W V W MM IS PUBLISHED EVKKY TUESDAY M0UNl.N0, BY FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Itloomfield, Ferry Co., Pa. Halns provided with Steam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presse. we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rintlng In good style aud at Low Trice. ADVERTISING KATKSl Trantimt 8 Cents 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 free. Tributes of Respect, dec, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year 110,00 Twenty lines " " " 118.00 8u for lunger yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Oft in the Stilly Night. BY TOM MOORS. Oft In the stilly night 'Ere slumber's chain has bound me, Fond Memory brings the light Of other days aro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

2 CONSTANCE'S "WEDDING. i GRAND country wedding. Evory J, thing was in preparation. One week from that day, and Constance riorrepont, tho bcllo of the county, and the only daugh ter of ono of tho wealthiest farmers in Devonshire, wax to join hands, for hotter or worHO, with young Adam Gray, Squiro Gray's only son. ' Constanco was passionately fond of her country homo, and tho thoughts of leaving it pained her moro than she cared to have thoso abotit her know; but her parents had promised to spend tho greater part of tho winters with her, and hlio and Adam were always to pass their Hummers at tho old home, so that tho separation would not ho . so vciy terriblo after all; but, si range to say, tho maiden's eye wcro always ready to overflow. In mimo mysterious manner, Constance commenced to feel homesick bc- foro leaving tho parental roof. "If I didn't know how well y"ou loved Adam Gray, my child, I should think you wanted to back out of this business," said Mr. ricrrcpont, .drawing hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

,f l)c .timWrtJjowMfij, fa. INSUBK IN THE t v. ,s . i MUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ' or ; ' .,' 'V', NEW YORK. , 1 ',' , F. S. Winston, President. Tlie oldest and strongest Company In the Dulled (states. Assets over S45,ooo,ouu In cash. K, M. Mlt'LKIt. ARent. Liverpool, l'a. 1 44 Lit. R Biitri.Kit h. nr. snui.Kit S. SHULER & SON, LIVEIU'OOL, Terry County, Va., Dealers In all kinds of Hardware, Groceries, &c. All goods In our lino sold at the lowest prices, ttive us a trial. 44 14t. A. Leather, Harness and Oil Store At Duncannon, l'enn'a. TH E subscriber hns Just opened In Duncannon Terry county, l'a., opposite the Nations Hotel, a large and splendid assortment ot LEATHER, SADDLERY, OILS, TKUNK8, SHOE-FINDINGS, &C. He Is prepared to till orders at the shortest notice and In the best manner. A number ot the best workmen are. employed, and repairing is done without delay and on the most reasonable terms. KEF1NEU OIL tire test by the barrel, or la targer lots. LVBKIUAT1NO ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

1 4 lit Ijloomfttlb fimrs. NEW BLOOMFIELI), I'ENN'A. Tuenday, February 27, 1S72. WIU. YOU ItKAO THIS I Wo Intend 'to itop every subscriber's pnper "When the subscription expire, for If not noti ced to the contrary, we take it for granted Xbat lie wishes it discontinued. With the large number of papers mailed from this nfllco, antstakos will sometimes oecur, and a paper bo continued beyond tho time for which payment Is made, and in that case, It will be sent until all arrears are pnld. The date on the direction label tells every subscriber when his subscrip tion runs out. Tun New York Tribune Kays that nom inating Conventions arc Dimply voluntary assemblages of the people, . and have no binding force. ',' If you cliooso to subscribe to the platform and vote for the candidates, tr any ofithem, you may; If you prefer to support tho uaiulidates and spurn tho plat form, ,orto approve generally the princi ples avowed and not voto for tho candi fUtOjthat courso is open to you." Tiik commit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

fUoomfitlii Sinus. Tuesday, February 27, 1872. LOCAL DEPARTMENT, 0 E a H 0 FEBRUARY j Su. MoJTu. Wt. Th. Fr. Si. I ... ... ... 1 2 3 "i 6 "b 7 8 9 10 11 121 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Registry of Sales. We call attention to the following galea, bills for which have been printed at this ofllce. February 27th Samuel Noll, at Green Park, will sell one pair of iiulcs, Young Cattle nnii Cows, several Wagons, Threshing Machine, Klrby Reaper and Mower, and niuny other articles uot mentioned. February 28th Cyrus Brown, on the farm of Wm. Stoulfcr at Sherman sdalo will sell Horses Cows, Young Cattle and farming implements. March 5th Mrs. N. E. Shaver, at lier resi dence In Madison township, will sell Work Horses. Colts and other Stock, also a great va riety of farming Implements and household furniture. March 9th Henry Kleckncr at his residence In Saville twp., will sell Live Stock, Farming Implements and household furniture. March 9th Jacob Kough of Juniata twp., wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

6 Tuesday, February 27, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We inrtle. communications from all pcrsnnswhoare, Inlerenled in matter properly belonging to tltts department. COMMUNICATED. Something About Kansas. Gnrnett, Anderson co., Kaunas, February 12, 1872. Mr. Editor Let Kansas lio what bIio may, in point of soil, timber, water and all things else, slio is now tho land of attrac tion, and to-day she can boast of a larger emigration than any other Mate in tho Union ; but the question is, docs her good qualities cntitlo her to bucIi nn influx? We nnswer, hor soil is unsurpassed, her timber is as plentiful and good in quality as can he found in any of tho Prairie States. Water is plenty, and generally good, the climate is altogether better than any of the Northern or Eastern States, so that tho State is deserving of all she receives, but with all her natural facilities, a man is very much mistaken, if he thinks he can come to Kansas and live on wind, (though they liave plenty of .it). He ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

l) mints? 'Nra'WoonW )a. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Ha been tested by the public FOR TEN YEAU8. Dr. Crook' Wine or Tar Kenovatos and ' Invigorates the entire system. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I the very remedy for the Weak and Debilitated. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Rapidly restores exhausted : .Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Restores tlio Appctito and Strengthens the fcStotnaoh. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Causes the food todigest, removing Dyspepsia and IixUgestloii DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Oivea tone and energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. All recovering from any Illness will tlnd this tho best Tonio they can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR " 1 Is an effective ' Kegulutor of the Liver. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR , Cures Jaundice, or Any Liver Complaint. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Makes Delicate Females, who nro never feeling Well, Strong and Healthy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR lias restored many Persons who hnvo been unable to work for years. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 February 1872

8 je 3Cimt0, Htm, BloomficUr, )a. Female Swindlers. The city of New York is badly troubled with swindlers of all kinds, and some of the most troublesomo ones are women. For the last two months It has been known to (ho Central Office Detectives that a pair of female sharpers were acting in concord to bilk merchants, by ordering goods sent to apartments temporarily hired for the purpose, and disappearing with the goods while the messenger was waiting for his pay. Last week the pair were arrested in a small back room In an tip-town street, and when taken to Police llcadquartors gave tholr names as Eva Pt. Vallie, alias La Sage, and Libbio Davis. The former attempted to hang herself to tho bam of her cell window the next morning, after which she went into hysterics, and was taken to Bcllovuo Hospital. Here it was ascertained that underneath her feminine attire, sho was clad in a complete suit of malo clothing. Tho women had their sign out, at tholr rooms, as dressmakers. A large portion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

1 rsiin iuiTk A. ASv ;t 1 1-1 If M II. II t li il 111 SI TERMS t $?l.f I'ei "Vcni,) a -.-r TiTT-.TmTiTTTiATm ry k. . m-r-w -r ,TT,-,TTnT i tt. (73 Coil for (i Months ; in adva n v k . AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. j 40 a. for 3 month. Vol. VI. IVoav Iiooiiiiicll, ri., Tuosdji-y, Alnrcli 1872. TVo. lO. fta fUoomfitlb tonus. Hi? 18 rUBLISIIBl) EVBRT TL'BSDAY MOHMNO, HT ' ; FRANK MORTIMER & CO., ' At New BloomfleM, IVrry Co., Pa. Being provided with Htram 1'ower, and large . Cylinder and Job-1'rcsses, we aro prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rlutliiK In good style and at Low l'rlccs. ADVERTISING! UATESl Trantitnt 8 Cents per lino for one luscrtlon. 19 " " ' two Insertions 15 "' " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Kespect, .Sic., Ten cents per Hue. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year Jlfl.no Twenty lines " " " S 18.U0 For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given pun appl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

r i mam ljc imc0, Nero Bloomfieto, JtJa Tlie three folt almost as if they were con spirators and forgers themselves, m they deliberated over what could be done to c curo the parcel they believed so dangerous. Mm. Lock and the steward, influenced by a not unnatural curiosity, were extremely anxious to inspect the mysterious package; but Mrs. Ford, who In the event of discov ery, was tho one to fear the result, cared foi nothing so much as being assured it was forever concealed from sight. Let it bo what it would, all she desired was that, it should be removed from the top of her trunk, and lodged snfcly at tho bottom of the dock. While they were considering ways and means, a messenger arrived from tlio City of , the assistant stewardess sent t heir cabin-boy to inquiro for Mrs. Ford, and ask somo questions in tho way of duty. This was a favorable opportunity. Mrs. Ford sent offher keys by tho boy Albert, and requested Mr. Oreen the cabin steward, privately, to open her trunk, take th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

ljc mes, Nero Blooniftel& JJa. JMSUBK IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY w - NEW YORK. F. 8. WiNRTOx, President. The oldest and strongest Company In the United Mates. Assets over $16,000,000 iu canh. B. M. HHULKK. Agent. Liverpool, Ta. 144 lit. H. M. Buui.BK S. SIIULER & SON, LIVERPOOL, Terry Comity, Pu., Dealers In nil kinds of Hardware, Groceries, &c. All good In our Hue sold at the lowest prices. Hve us a trial. Ut. a. rs' ev Leather, Harness and Oil Store At LHtncannon, I'enn'a. rpilK subscriber has Just opened In TMiurannnn 1. I'erry caunty, la., opHsile the Nationa Hotel, a large and splendid assortment of AKATIIlilt. NADPLKUY, OILR, TIll'NKS, HHOK-FINDINGS.&C. He Is prepared to till orders at the shortest notice and In Uie best maimer. A number of the best workmen are employed, and repairing is done without delav and on the most reasonable terms. KKFINKlt Oil tiro test by the barrel, or la larger lots. LI BKICATINO and other OILS of the best quality. In lets...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

4 ljc lotmfifUr inws. NEW KLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, March Gth, 1S72. JtOCtipls. Tlie (Into on tlio direction la bel indicates tlio timo for which a subscrip tion is paid, consequently no other receipt is required. Persons writing for receipts will ploaso refer to the fiRiires on their label for a reply and if they are chargnil it is an acknowledgment that their remittance lias been received. C2T Judge Davis, of Illinois, and Gov. Parker, of New Jersey, bavo been named by the, Labor reformers as their choice for President and Vice-President.. Two of the wealthiest men in the country, are rather (singular candidates to represent the laboring men of tho United States. A HUM in New York bns printed fac sim ilies of several newspapers of last century and aro selling them on the streets of tho cities as genuine pecinicns of old papers. Tho printing is in old stylo type and on rough coarse paper which by smoking is made to appear as though actually printed a century since. When in the c...

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