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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

IS;:;! W L IS iL a.m i ,. w irai mm - vsr.wm r i i r 3 ... i TOWJjrsri .-an independent, family newspaper. i.:rr' Z:-ir:.:i..'-L.- ' " "' r"" ' ' ' 1 V0i. vi, IYoav Ulooinilelcl, Tn., Tuesday, Mm-eli 2G, 187S. TVo. Iocmfiflb flints. IB PUBI.ISIIItl) BVEliT TI B8DAT MORNINO, BT FBANK M0HTIMES & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Ferry Co., Ta. Jtelne provided with Kteam Tower, and large Cyllixlur mill .loU-Pree. we are prepared to di ii.l kimlN of .lob Printing lu Bii.id style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING KATK8I TrannUta 8 Cent per line Tor one Insertion. 12 " " two Insertion lft " M "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents ftr line. Notice of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tribute of Kuspect, Ac., Ten cents per line. YKAHI.V ADVKKTISKMENT8. Tn T.lniM Nonpareil one year Twenty lines " " " HUM V For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given pou application. A STHA1T3ER. Alone, ulone I sit alone, I know no one, I am unknown. With mine no heart will Intertwine No other...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

Ijc imc0, Mvo Bloomftclir, )cu - ' Li : j " I was in the act of inviting Rose to rido with mo, ss you came up, Mint Fuller ; I wish to soe something of this beautiful f cenery, and It would add to the enjoyment if my young friend could accompany me. I shall have an extra seat in the carriage, if you will accept of it," Mr. Emmerson hastened to add, seeing her hesitation, anxious to avort suspicion, and yet trem bling for his invitation. . . " You aro very kind to include me, but I should bo unublo to leave my scholars," Miss Fuller replied, " reluctantly, for such indulgences were rare in her monotonous life, " but I see no reason why Hose may not enjoy iho pleasure, provided you take a third person, which is one of Mrs. Riving ton's rules." ' Mr. Emmoison was silent in despair, but Rose came to tho rescue. " Maggio has been longing for a drive; may she not be indulged now?" . "Oli, please say I may go, dear Miss Fuller," Maggio pleaded in her childish way. i , "1 see no further obj...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

I)c QTimca; -New BloomftcliV Bloomfiold Academy ! An Engllth and Classical School -" ron . LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. J Normal S'himl and u S hmA of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES u Monday, the 6th of November, 1871. 4 8 the above school ha recently been re-organ-Iz.cil. students canenter anv time. rof. VM. II. DILL, a uraduate of Kutser'B Col lege, N. J., Principal. Xliss ANNA K. AUOSPTOOKR, a graduate of Jtsther Institute. Columbus, Ohio, teacher of Mil. slo, Painting. Drawing, French and German. Every facility for the training of the youth of both vices In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. The Collegiate Department embraces all the higher branches, Including fhe Latin and Ureek languages, Engineering, l'ractl eal Surveying, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced sfatliematles. Vacations: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Boarding, Furnished Room, Wash ing, Tuition In l.atln, Greek, Knglish Uranchesaud Mathematics, f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

4 SClje nits, New Bloomficlty )o. lie fjlloomfirifr fhnrs. NEW BLOOM FIELD, FENN'A. Tuesday, March 26, 1S72. J SS7- "-' -rf v ntnriMuM iii in I' ' r ' Tim United States Senate have passed tlio bill placing Tea and Cofl'co on the freo list. Tlio Ilonso liaving previously passed tlio bill, it now awaits tlio Presidents uij nutiiFo to becomo a law. The Southern Express on tlio Pennsylva nia railr oad, which was duo in Pittsburg at ten minute of ten, was wrecked nt Conc tnaugli Furnace, a few miles west of Johns town, at seven o'clock on Friday morning, through the breaking of a rail. Two pas sengers were killed and about a dozen wounded. Tins Law forbidding tho selling or giv ing away of liquors during tho hours tho polls aro ojien, on any general or special election day, was signed by the Governor on tho 13th inst. The penalty for breaking this law is one hundred days imprisonment and five hundred dollars line, and consta bles nre to enforce tho law under the samo penalty. The law was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

)t Stmc0, Kctu ;Dloomftdii, JJa; 5 Tuesday, March 20, 1S7. vOCAt, DEPARTMENT. S M M H 0 MARCH. 8a. 2 9 ie 23 30 0 6 Notice, Subset iVicrs wish to cliango their post office address will vrtcaso mention the name of the ofllco to wliieh tho jiaper has been nent, as well as to the ofllco to wliieh it is to bo sent in future. Attention to this request will insure tho desired change. Train. George Francis Train was in llai risburg on Tncsdoy. lie indulged in au hour's speech in tho House beforo tlio Leg islature assembled. Dead. We published last week nu ac count of tau accident to a lad named Z.iclia rias of Mcchanicsburg, -who was so severely injured by attempting to jump 011 a freight train that one of his legs had to be amputa ted. He has since died of lock-jaw. A Good Hat House For a good Hat House we can reecommend Messrs Bnrnes Bro's., & Hcrron, 503 Market St., Thila. And if you wish a pleasant man to deal with ask for Mr. D. Port Beale. Our word for it you will be well pleased...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

6 Tuesday, March 26, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We incite communication from nU pertonnwhoare intermte.it in mtUlert proiierlu belonging to this department. Frult-Graftinfr. As the time will noon bo here when grading is in order, we repeat our former advico that every one should do his own grafting. It is an easy operation when once nndorstood, and this is readily done by seeing it done. A sharp pen-knifo and a good fine saw are indispensable. Splitting the stalk so that tho bark shall not be bruis ed, and shaping the scion wedgo-fashion both ways, preserving also tho bark unin sured, and placing the rim of tho wood of both stock and scion exactly together, so that the sap can Intermingle there is no danger of failure if properly waxed. We make a shoulder to the graft and think it adds to the certainty of success, though probably it weakens it. We prefer also two eyes or buds to a graft, and would rath er have only one than more than two. One year's wood should always be used wh...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

ffljc tmt0, New Olbomficia, fto. Philadelphia Advertisements. . WM. H. KENNEDY, . WITH e. W. Hickman. Geo. Wain. A. I Whlteman. Hickman, Wain & Whitcman, DEALERS 1H Tobftcco, Segars, etc., No. 222 MARKET 8TKEET,' ' PHILADELPHIA, PA. ' - A full Stork of the Celebrated Monitor Na. VT, always on hand. 4 32 1( 1U RzViiciibrT & ca, liiiporkm nDil Jubbt'f v Of Staple and Fancy ' . . DRY - GOODS, Cloths, ..., , Cassinrcres, ; ' ; Blankets, ' Linens, White Gooda, Hosiery, Ac, Nos. 405 and 407 MAKKET STREET, (Above Fonrtli, North Hide,) Philadelphia.' WRIGHT & SIDDALL, ) WholesaleDruggi sts, AND DEALERS IN Patent Medicines, 1119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT Philadelphia, Pa. A FULL STOCK of everthlng connected with the business, of the boat quality, and at very iiw prices. A voil location for Vusjuess, with a rent and light expense!!, enables us to offer In ducements to buyers,' and makes It worth their Brhlle to give us a trial. Philadelphia, 3. tf. , UIIAYIIII,I iV CO., Wholesale ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 March 1872

8 1$ tmc0, Ncm Sloomftclii, Jto". A Mollirr and Her Infant nurncd to Death. Tho LouUvillo Ledger of the 20th says; Wo received yostorday, from an officer of tho steamer Morning Star, tho . particu lar of one of tho saddest accidents we have been called upon to record for some tiino. Mr. John Smith, his wife and infunt child lived most happily together in Crawford county, Indiana, not far from Leavenworth, and near tho littlo town of llrownsbiiig. On Wednesday evening last about 8 o'clock, our informant states, Mr. Smith left his residenco for the purpose of going to town to make some purchases of groce ries, and remained away a couple of hours, Upon his return home Mr. Smith, as ho neai ed tho house, heard tho cries of his in fant child, and hastened his steps toward the door. Upon entering the liouso he was shocked and terrified at seeing his wife ly- ing with her head in the lire, tho head ab solutely burned to a cinder. Near her lay the infant, one arm burnt off about tho wrist, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

illtlt . lllii! ' '"clr'-j V t.: :iNDBPEOTElb;rFAMILT NEWSPAPER." ' " .' Vol. VI. " ; 'Now Bloomllcld, Pa., Tuesday, -April 8, 1873. , ' JN'o.'H. t. i' k , .i - , i i. . " . ' l PUBLISHED BVEKY TUESDAY MORXIKO, UT " TRANS MOSTIMEE & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. ' Ilcing provided with Rtcam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-l'resscs, we are prepared todoall kinds of Job-rrlntinK lu . good style and at Low Prices. ' ' ADVEltTISTNO 11ATE8: TrantUiU 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " , ' twoinsortlons . ' IS ' " "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Columu 10 Cents per line. .Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Bcspect, &c, Ten cents per Hue. nv YEAlUiY ADVERTISEMENTS. (Ten Lines Nonpareil one year . - .110,00 Twenty lines " , " " 18.00 tlu Kor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upuu application. ,")',, J"OB TUB TIMES. A PARODY. XOT BT LONGFELLOW. " The Bbadcs of night were fulling fust, As through" b pretty " Tillage passed A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

2 Stye Stmts, Nctu Bloomftctir, Ja. SAVED BY WOMAN'S WIT. rilHE following passage in the life of JL Gustavus, when that distinguished monarch took refuge from the Danish usurper in Delecarlia, to mature his noble plan for the deliverance of his country, is truly dramatic: .On a bill stood a very ancient habitation, of so simple an architecture, that you would have taken it for a hind's cottnge, instead of a palace that in times of old bad been the abode of nobility. It consisted of a log farm-liko structure, formed of fir, covered in a strango fashion with scales, and odd ornamented twistings carved in wood. But that spot was hallowed by the virtue of its hcroio mistress, who saved, by her presence of mind, the life of the futuro de liverer of her country. Gustavus, having, by an evil accident been discovered in the mines, bent his course towards this house, the inhabited by a gentleman of the name of Pearson, whom be had known in the armies of the late ad ministrator. Here, he hope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

Ije Mmtss, Him Bloomfali, Ja. Bloomliold Academy ! An English and Classical School FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. A Normal School and a School of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the 6th of NoTember, 1871. AB the above school ha recently been reorgan ized, student can enter any time. Trot. WM. H. DILL, a graduate ot Hutger's Col liege, N. J.. Principal. MIm ANNA K. AlTGSPtFROKR, a graduate of Rather Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher of Mu sic, Paiating, Drawing. French and German. Kvery facility (or the training ot the youth ot both exes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. The Collegiate Department -embrace!! all the higher branches, Including the Latin and Ureek Language. Engineering, l'lactl al Burveylng, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacation!: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Boarding, Furnished Room, Wash ing, Tuition In Latin, Greek. Kngllsh llrnnchesand Mathematics, (or the scho...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

a foe. tjlotmtftclb funics. NEW DL00MF1EL1), PKNX'A. Tuesday, April 2, 1872. The apportionment bill which passed llio Houso wan changed Bomcwhat by the Senate, and a committee of conference will now try and agree upon a compromise. When tlio Mil is finally passed wo will pnb liBhit. The attempt to remove the Capital from llarrisburg to Philadelphia, 1ms been do foated. It was an outrageous sclicmo to lleeco tho tax payers, and wo wonder any docont men wore found to vote for tho measure. We aro still moro astonished to llnd that on the vote in tho House, there were 37 votns in favor of tlio removal. It has transpired that tho Semite) bill, placing Tea and Coffee on the free list, was a different bill from thnt which passed tlio House. Neither of tho bills are complete and consequently tho much desired meas ure is not yet passed. Tho friends of fico Tea and Coffee aro trying to com prom iso the matter. Tho main objections to tho proposed measure como from the free tar iff men, who are...

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

I J Tuettdny, April 3; 1872. L O 61 J P 7f TMEN T. 0 Sjj. Mo. Tu. VVo.' Th. Fr. 8a. ... 1 2! 8: 46 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13! 14 15 16, 17 18 19 20! 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 80 , 0 r. 0 Sales. We call attantion to the following sales to tnko place tills Treck, bills for which hnvo been printed at this ofllce. Friday April 5th, Isaiah llarlzcll of Wheat field twp., will sell Lira Stock and Farming Implements. , Friday April fitb, John Clark from tho rcsl denco of Mary Clark near Marklcvillc, will sell Live Stock, Household Furniture and Fourteen Acres of Land. Saturday April Oth, J. S. Forry at New Buf falo will sell Live Stock, Farming Implements, meat by the pound and one Canal Bout. This Communication headed "News from a Hattlo Field," is good, nnd wo would like to publish it, but four it would bo con sidered personal by too many. Sentenced. Shaffucr who was convicted of wifo murder at tho recent court in Har risburp;, was on Wednesday last, sentenced to bo hung, a new trial being den...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

.0 Drugs! Drugs! R. R. R. The Pennsylvania RADW AY'S READY PELIEr Cattle Insurance . Company. CURE TUB WOR8T FAIN8 Tuesday, April 2, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We twite vommnniriittnn from Ut permnnohoare inte.retel In ntattcfn proici-ly 'teionging to (Ail iteii'irtmtnt. Importance of a Frequent Change of Seed. It liiiB loni been observed by Intelligent fa line in thnt seed or plants procured from distant placets within the same collateral paralloBO of iHtitude, nnurto grow with more strength and vljor in tlieir new sta tions, than when kept and cultivated in their native place. On tins fact all the rules for a chango of seed, or of one species of plants for another of the same genus, are founded. A change of cccd is most always practically safe and eminently ben eficial. A change of seeds, sets, or plants from one description of soil to another, or from valley to innuntain,or via vena seems to possess a renovating influence on the crops. It is on this principle that the prac ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

Philadelphia Advertisements. . WM. H. KENNEDY, WITH . . W. Htckmaa. Geo, Wain. A. L. Whlteman. Hickman, Wala & Whiteman, DEAI.IRS IS Tobacco, Segars, &c.t No. 222 MARKET 8TKEET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Aar A full Mock ol the Celebrated Monitor Na tt, always n band. 4 32 tf 10 BARCROFT & CO., lmporU.it and Jobbers Of Staple and Fancy DllY - GOODS, Cloths, Cassimeres, Blankets, Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &o., Nes. 40S and 407 MARKET STREET, (Above Fourth, North Side,) Philadelphia. WRIGHT & SIDDALL, Wholesale Druggists, AND DEALERS IN Patent Medicines, 11 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT Philadelphia, Pa. A KUIX STOCK of everthlng connected with the business, of the best quality, and at very low prices. A good location for business, with a ow rent and light expenses, enables us to offer la- ducements to buyers, and makes It worth their while to give us a trial. Philadelphia, 3. 8tf. CUIAYRILIj & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades, Brooms, Carpet Chain,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 April 1872

8 Ijt imte;oNctlBI6omfitli,r,' fttf: A Murder In Union County Thirty years ngo,anlJust Confessed. The Lewisburg Journal of last week con tains the following: ; , r.. No doubt niny of our raiders will 10 mombor a rumor which was in circulation some thirty years ago, that a man travel ing on horseback through Tenns Valley Narrows had been foully dealt with. The rumor was based upon the fact that the body of a horse was found somo twenty rods from the piko, which had apparently been knocked down with a cudgel and killed. Tho horse was found several days after ho was killed by some boys who wero out gunning. Other circumstances con nected with the affair caused a great deal of excitement In the neighborhood. 9omo half dozen of the citlzons were soon after summoned to tho spot, who rcportod that tho case required thorough investigation. A call was mado upon the citizen en matte, and a day appointed to mako search for.the body of tho man supposed to have been murdered. On the day appointe...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 April 1872

il ,.ff Vrffr'ilfl JJlUJlUJfo JiMMll? JHUJM1 y ' m?"i:vc?rm-j AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. " .ST Vol. VI. New HlooiuAcltl, JPn,., TuoHdny, -A.piJl J, TVo. ir. jpe Ioomfiflb jpntfs. IS PUDLISUKD P.VSnT TUESDAY MOUSING, HI FRANZ liOETIMEB & CO., At New Blooniflcld, Perry Co., Pa. Belne provided with Steam Power, ami largo Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job -rrintliiR lu good style and at Ix)w l'riccs. ADVERTISING RATES I Trami4nt9 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " 4 twolnsertlon. 18 " " " three insertions. Business Notices Id Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per lino. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year I1ft.no Twenty lines ' " 118.00 For loneer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE DRESS-MAKER'S NIECE, OH Who is She? :ONCIXDEl. TIIIIE next morning Arlington awaited I tlio promised communication with not a littlo impatienco,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 April 1872

Ije tmc0, Nat) Bloomficl Ja. For Father's Honor. 00 MUCH GONE 1 I might have known how it would be 1" wild Mr. Sterling, looking up from a morning paper, with a most unpleasant expression on his face. " What has gone ?" nsked the wife. "My money is gone?" answered Mr. Sterling. '' - . ' V "That money I was foolish enough to lend Mr. Granger." "Why do you say that?" ' He's dead," replied Mr. Sterling, cold- Poad !" "The Giro's voice was" full of surprise and pain. Sorrow overshadowed her face. "Yes, gone, and my money with him. Hero's notice of his death. I was sure 'whon I saw him go away that he'd never ' come back except in his coflin. Why will doctors send theirpnticnts away from homo todie!" "Poor Mrs. Granger I Poor little or phans;" sighed Mrs. Sterling. " What will they do?" "As well without him as with him," was tho unfeeling answer of her husband, who was only thinking of the throe hundred dollars he had been persuaded to loan the sick clergyman, in order that he might go S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 April 1872

S. M. SUTILKR. S. SIIULER & SON, LIVERPOOL, - ' Terry County, To., Dealers la all kinds of Hardware, Groceries, &c. All good In our line sold at the lowest prims, ive us a trial. 6 41 14t. JNSURK IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY or NEW YORK. F. B. Winston, President. The oldest aud strongest Company In the United States. Assets over 115,(100,000 In cash. 8. M. SIIULER, A Rent. Liverpool, Pa. S 44 13t. A. New Leather, Harness and Oil Store At Duncannon, Fcnn'a. THE subscriber has just opened In Duncannon Perry county, l'a.. opposite the Natloua Hotel, a lai'Ke ami splendid assortment of , LEATHER. 8ADDLERY, OILS, TRUNKS, BHOE-FINDINGS.&C. Ho Is prepared to 1111 orders at thn shortest notice and In the best manner. A number ol the best workmen are employed, and repairing Is done without delay nml on the most reasonable terms. KKI1NEL) OIL lire test by the barrel, or In larger lots. L1JHK1UATINO and other OILS of the best quality, In lets to suit purchasers. The CASH pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 April 1872

4 NEW JJLOOMFlEtD, TENJi'Al Tiienday, April 0, 1872. or id m Prop. Morse so woll known to tho world by his telegraphic ' Inventions, diotl last Tut Iron Manufacturers at a meeting in Fittsburgpn tlio 4tli inst,, advanced all sizes of iron throe-fourths of a cent per pound, and nails Iwcnty-flvo cents per keg. The Election In Connecticut last week remitted in tho success of tho entire Repub lican ticket. There weio four candidates for Got., the ltopubllcan candidate having a majority of about TO votes over tho othor throo. ': Tn Iihodo Island the Democrats elected tho Lieut. Gov. and tho Republicans tho rest of their ticket. C'iias. A Dana, Editor of the New York Sun was arrested whilo passing through Philadelphia on tho 30th nit., and held to bail in tho sum of f '3,000, being charged with publishing a libel. Tho suit was brought by Wm. II. Kcmblo, Ex-Stato Treasurer, and originated in a statement made by the Suit regarding tho Evans fraud. . Geo. B. HCtter, ono of tho directors of ...

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