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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 November 1872

bt Ioomfitlb fmts. Tuesday, November 6, 1872. LOCAL D EVA 11 T SI 15 N T. NOVEMBER. Su. Mo. Tu. Wo. Th. ' JFr. 8a. ..." ..." .;. j 1 2 3-4 6 6 7 8 9! 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 26 27 28 29130 1 - " U 1 H H 55 0 2 8 Runaway. On Tuesday afternoon last, a Lome attached to a buggy containing Hev. A. II. Augh, and wife, of Newport, was scared by the cars, near Newport, and ran away. The occupants were thrown out and Mr. Augh, was considerably Injured, but his wifo was more fortunate. The horse ran nearly to this borough, boforo he stopped. The vchlclo was but little in jured. v Fire at Newport. On Friday afternoon the house belonging to Mr. Josiah Flck.es, located at the aqueduct about j of a mile above Newport, took fire as is supposed from sparks from a locomotive, and was partly destroyed. The most of the con tents of the building were removed. There was an insurance we are informed, of 1100 on the premises, in the .tna company. Arm Broken. On Monday last a young ...

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. — 5 November 1872

j&t fHoomfitllt imt0. Tuesday, November 5, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We fnitffn com mil nicntonsrom all pertontwho art intertilled in matters properly belonging to (Art aejiarimcni. Wire for Plastering. A most ingenious dovice has recently been patented for the use of wire in forming a plastering surface. Tlio plan consists not in tlio use of any wire net-work ex pressly manufactured for the purpose, as migkt bo supposed, but simply in the fas tening of ordinary wire upon the posts, in plaoo of lath. The wire is passed from a roel and drawn tightly in parallel horizontal lines about half an inch apart. It is at tached to the standards by moans of two narrow strips of iron, one of which is nailed to the post, and another fastened in tlio same manner upon the first, the wires being held at equal distances apart between the iron strips. It would naturally bo supposed that plastering applied upon this wire would pass largely through, and fall off, but this docs not prove to bo ...

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. — 5 November 1872

lit imcs, Wvo Bloonuulov 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. , Philadelphia Advertisements. ' T,nf S .P1 o vile Fsncy Drink, nisde of Poor Rum, Whiskey. Proof Spirits and Rtfuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, snd sweetened to pies ths tuu, called ' Tonics," " Appetisers," " Restorers," c, that lead the tippler on lo drunkenness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from the native mota and herb of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Ihey are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain in theu results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease. Mo Person can lake thcaa Hitters accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or ...

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. — 5 November 1872

3 Woman SimipgllnK Over ouo Hundred Searched. x A Detroit paper of t the 23d Inst nays: "The Custom-house officials at tho ferry dock in this city are as vigilant as officers can be, but what chances have they against monster hoop-skirts and gigantio bustles t They cannot stop to peop under shawls, ex amine pockets, look into baby carts and hold a crowd on the boat, and so. they must continue their work with the knowledge that goods are being smuggled, and that only one grand and sudden haul of their nets can trap the guilty and frighten the innocent so that they shall never dare to pursue the business. The net was drawn yestorday. The offi cers commenced about 2 o'clock, walked fifteen or twenty women up stairs into the customs room, and handed them over to a woman to be searched. Every boat load which landed for about three hours was treated in the same manner that is, all the female portion. Some were indgnant and appealed to their husbands, who vainly appealed to the custom offi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

MA mi mw IS II y. WWW -Mffl i miZT?IZrcJrr- AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPEK. "JTZZTJSZ' Vol. "VI. IVevv J31oomilell, Tuesday, TVovemler 153, 1873. IVo. 40. IB PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MOUNIKO, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at iow Prices. ADVKHTISINU KATES t TramientH Cents per line for one Insertion. J 3 " " two Insertions 15 " ' " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YBABXY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Inch one year Two inches " " 10,00 t 18.00 Fnr lonser yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE BOYS. How oft I say, " What shall I do To keep these children quiet I" If I could find a good receipt, I certainly should try it. But what to do with these wild boys, And all their din and clat...

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. — 12 November 1872

2 Madeline met Ernest several times after this, but it was always in presence of others, and no opportunity was offered him for pri vate conversation with her. Mrs. Humphrey thought that the joyful event of settling the debt upon the farm ougtit to be celebrated ; so it was agreed that on the evening of that day Mr. Hum phrey and Madeline should drive around and invito a few of their old neighbors to a tea-drinking on the nozt afternoon. The day that had at one time been so much dreaded dawned bright and cloud less, and after the morning work was done Madeline threw on her hat, and ran out in to the glowing woods to gather a few of the brilliant leaves to decorate their best room for. the company on the morrow. She was singing away merrily at her work, when she felt a touch upon her arm, and turning around found horself face to face with Er nest Seaton. " Good morning, Miss Madelino," he said; " you seem very happy, if one can judgo by tho merry song to which I have just listened." ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

GTIc rites, Nett)iI5loamftcl&1 )a. - , , Tlte Ut B. Mutual . Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the followlnfl pla tor consideration to Uoh persons who wish to become members i The payment of SIX DOLLARS on application, FIVK LAKH annually (or roi'B yeahs, and -thereafter TWO DOLLARS annually during lite, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death of each member, which for the First Class Is as iuuows: , , Age mew I " ment ment Aoe Amcm merit 15 60 2H 73 16 61 29 74 17 62 .10 75 18 63 31 77 19 64 32 70 41 92 M 1 70 42 94 56 1 80 4.1 IW 56 1 2 44 08 57 2 04 45 1 00 fig 2 10 20 65 M 81 46 1 06 69 2 28 21 . 66 84 83 47 1 12 60 2 40 22 67 H5 85 48 1 18 61 2 45 it) 68 86 86 49 1 24 63 2 50 24 69 87 87 50 1 30 2 55 25 70 88 88 61 1 40 M 2 60 20 71 89 89 62 1 50 2 65 27 72 40 90 63 1 60 Will entitle a member to a certificate of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to be paid at his death to Ills legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death may occur. A member, or his heirs, roav nanre a successo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

NEW BIOOMFIEID, PENN'A. Tuesday, November 12, 1S72. nrnMum mm ar i i OUR OFFEK FOR 1873. For the coming year wo oflbrtlie follow ing rates to single subscribers and clubs : One copy oneyoar'' $1.85 Ten copies one year $1 1.00 Twenty copies ono year $20.00 Additional copies, One Dollar each An extra copy will in each case be sent to the person gotting up the club. . In addition to the above inducement to raise clubs, tho person sending in the lar gest number of subscribers, between this and the 10th of January, will be furnished with a copy of " Industries of The United States," and a copy of Petersen's Maga zine, for 1873. The four persons sending the next four largest clubs within tho same time, will each be furnished with a copy of " Indus tries of the United States." The abovo offer is open to till. Names accompanied by the subscription, may be sent at any time, and a correct account will bo kept of such names until January 10th. All new subscribers for 1873, can sub scribe at on...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

5; Shuts. Tuesday, November 12, 1872. LOCAL D E PA 2? TMENT. 0 8 NOVEMBER. Th, Fr. Si. H H 0 8 .... 1 2 7 8 9 14; 15 16 211 22 23 28129 30 8 10 17 24 VLo(? Broken. Willis Bhull, son of Wm. Shull, who lives three miles west of Ickes burg, met with qdito an accident on lust Tuesday. Ho had his father's team in charge, when the liorso on which ho sat stumbled and full across the wagon polo. The boy was caught under the saddle horse the ofT sido horso tramped tho lads leg, breaking the larger bono below the knee. XAn Outrage. During the progress of a prayer meeting at the Methodist church on Thursday ovening last, some evil disposed persons, scattered a quantity of powdor along a log in the rear of tho building and sot Are to it. Tho Hash and explosion caus ed quito an alarm in the church, and might havo resulted in serious damage. V. Wolves. Several wolves have been seen within the past ten clays in tho vicinity of Dick's Hill in Centre twp. A few days since one was shot at and wounded...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

6 jpe Ioamfitlb ftmf0. Tuesday, November 12, 1872, FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We iniHt commwnicnHofMwm all pernon teio ars interested in malleri properly belonging to thit department. A Hint Worth Heeding:. ' I went into Swampcot's tool-house yes terday to get out of the rain. His grass is cut, and be will bare no more use for bis mower. The orthodox way of doing with a mower on many farms is to unhitch from it where the last bay cutting 1b done, and leave it in the field. Swampcot must be a heretic. I found his mower packed away in one corner of his tool-house as snugly as it hod been there when the tool-bouse was built and had never cut any grass. I noticed it had been thoroughly cleansed and the bearings oiled. I rather liked the idea. I said bo. Swampcot said, ' " Why that's the way I make money. I've used that mower six summers, and it's a better mower to-day than Joe Peet's, that he bought last year; his lay in the field until November, and was then put into an open shed, where ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

'7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Adrcrtiscmentg. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS Vlnranr Tlttterft are not a vile Fancy Drink, made of Ptxir Run;, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquor, doctored, spiced, and iweeicned to pleate the tasm, called ' 'Ionic-," " Appetiiera," "Reilorers Ac. , that lead tlie tippler on to drnnketmeas and ruin, but nre a true Medicine, made from the native roote and herbs of California, free from nil Alcoholic .Stimulants. They are the Great Mood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and In vibrator of the ' System, carrying oflT all poisonous matter and restoring the blood lo a healthy condition, enrichinjr it, refreshing and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain in their results, tife and reliable in all forms of disease. No Perinn can take thoaa Hitters accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mine...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 November 1872

8 l)t ,'iim0, Xcu Cloomftclii, )a. Scene In an EnnllHh Court. On the 15th of July last, a most barba rous and revolting exhibition of judicial cruelty took place at the Assize Court at Chelmsford, England. " A young and, as the newspapers ex press it, "interesting-looking" married woman was arraigned for the wilful murdor of her husband's first wife by poison. The deceased had died on October 10, 1871, and the prisoner who was married only in December, was far advanced in pregnancy. The woman was in the dock, with a couple of brief intervals, for the space of seven hours, and bravely she bore the trying or-' deal, conducting herself with as much ease and solf-possession as any lady whilst dis pensing the hospitalities of her own drawing-room. It was evident, however, to skilled eyes, that the poor creature suffered from eitter true or spurions labor-pains. A couch was brought and the examination of the expert was resumed. For the next hour or two the scene was gbaBtly iu the ex trem...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 November 1872

at' 'TERMS J Ol.as Per Year,) 'ear,) ' ) AN . INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 78 Cents for O Months i I 40 Cta. for 8 months. IN AD VANCE, Vol. VI. New I31oonifleltl, 3?a., Tiiesdny-, November lO, 1872. IVo. 47. ft m wmw ta i: ii us h hies IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MORNING, BT FRANZ MORTIMER & CO., .'At Now Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Bteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rintliig lu good style and at Low Trices. ADVEItTISING KATES I ' Trantimt 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 19 " " two Insertions 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, fec, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Inch one year J10.00 Two inches" ' 118.00 .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Tho Haunted Closet. MY sistor wrote to roe that she had taken a house for the summor, "a queer, old-fashioned hou...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 November 1872

Ijc 3Mmc0, New Bloomfttlir, Pa. A SEARCH FOR A COUSIN, -on- ,- . ' Uow Lottie Was Sold. ' LOTTIE 8EABUKY. was an orplian nnd an heiress, and having passed her ono-and-twenticth birtliday, had come into full possesion of her comfortable) little prop erty, amounting in all to one hundred thousand dollars. At first, Lottio, who had been for ten years at a boarding-school, with an allowance limitod by hor gunrdian to four hundred dollars a year, did not know, what . to do with her liberty and seven thousand per annum. Ilor guardian was an old bachelor, lather crusty, and not at all anxious to have tho addition of a charming young lady to his sober establish ment. Poor Lottio had no friends, except those formed among tho girls at school, and no relations except a stray cousin or so, whom she hardly know by naino. One of hor cousins, however, Iloyston Crosby, Lottio remembered very well; ho was about her own ngo, a handsome, careless lad, and had corao to say ,"good-by," to her five years...

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. — 19 November 1872

ljc tim4 Nut) Blaomficfe Ja. 27i V. B. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Tranent the following plan for consideration to Uch persons who wish to become members: The payment of BIX DOLLARS on application, FlVEllOLLAKS annually for foiib tbahs, and thereafter TWO DOLLARS annually during life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death of each member, whloh for the Fibst Class l as follows: J..JASMM- A" ment Age ment 1 70 1 80 1 2 2 04 2 16 2 28 2 40 2 45 2 60 2 65 2 60 2 65 15 111 17 IS 19 ri? 22 23 24 2T i 27 60 28 73 41 92 64 01 29 74 42 M 55 62 30 75 4.1 W M SI 77 44 W 57 M 32 79 45 1 00 68 (15 33 81 46 1 OS 69 ) 34 83 47 1 12 60 67 35 85 43 1 13 61 68 36 86 49 1 24 62 69 37 87 60 1 30 63 70 33 88 61 1 40 64 71 39 89 62 1 60 65 72 40 90 63 1 60 Will entitle a member to a certificate of ONE THOUSAND POLLAHS, to be paid at his death to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death tnav occur. - A memlHir, or his heirs, may name a successor! but II nonce oi me acain m a inrmi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 November 1872

4 NEW BLOOjIFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, Xovember 19, 1872. OUIt OFFER FOR 1873. For the coming year wo oft'ertlio follow ing rates to singlo subscribers mul club : One copy one year " $ 1.25 Ten copies one year fll.00 Twenty copies one year f 20.00 Additional copies, One Dollar each An extra copy will in each case be sent to the person getting up the club. In addition to the above inducement to raise clubs, the person sending in the lar gest number of subscribers, botwoon this and the 10th of January, will . be furnished with a copy of "Industries of The United States," and a copy of Peterson's Maga zine, for 1873. The four persons sending the next four largest clubs . within the same time, will each be furnished with a copy of " Indus tries of the United States." The above offer is open to all. Karnes accompanied by the subscription, may be sent at any time, and a correct account will be kept of such names until January 10th. All new subscribers for 1873, can sub scribe at once, and re...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 November 1872

)c imcs, :iNcu)rJ3lDomftel&, JJcu 5 1 fUoomfuIti hius. Tuesday, November 19, 1872. LOCAL D EPA It TMENT. 0 a 0 I M H 0 8 NOVEMBER. 1 Th. ' Ff. I 8a. ... i. 1: 2! 7, a! e 14 151 10 aii 22 23 28 29 30 X The Mail Service lias leen very irregular during the week paBt, owing to the sick ness among tlio horses. On Tuosday the Stage did not run and the mail from this borough was sent to the Railroad by pri- -vato conveyance. It being the day on which our paper mail is Bont off, we are un der obligations to Mr. Amos Robinson, for taking our mail bags to Newport. On Wednesday Mr. Rico, managed to make a trip with a two horso stago, and on Thurs day, he went down but was unable to got back until the next day. Since thon ho has carried tho mail through in a sulky. 1 EpJzootj. The horse epidomic, is pre vailing pretty generally throughout this county, though usually in rather a light form. 1 The first cases that appeared in tho county, we think were in Madison twp., and tho manner in which ...

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. — 19 November 1872

6 lljt fUoomfix lb Stmts. Tuesday, November 19, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS IT Jniffe communicationt.from all pertonwhoare interested in mattert properly belonging to IM department. Hints to Housekeepers. The woman best fitted to make the fire side happy, is she whoso mind is well stored with practical and useful knowledge, is accomplished without affectation, retiring and modest without prudery, frank, free and gay, without frivolity, and thinks her husband the greatest man the world ever saw or is every likely to see. Faith in the latter involves a thousand endearing quali ties in a wife, which we have not time to enumerate. In a country like this, where there is no established order of aristocracy, where fortunes change hands so frequently, there are but few families, the female head of which is not required to attend to the economy of the household; to be a good housekeeper is therefore, to be reckoned a principal accomplishment in the girl for a wife. If fortune happily secu...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 November 1872

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Adrertiscments. HULIOF.OUS ITS IIS Ijc mc0, Nctx) Bloomficlir, t JJa. Tlneffnr Bitten art nni a vile Fancy Drink, made of Poor Rum, Whiskey. Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquora, doctored, spiced, and twee ten ed to pleaw tlie taste, called ' Tonics," u Appetizers," "Restorers," ftc, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, mado from the native roots and herbs of California, free from at) Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorate of the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain iu their results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease. . fio Person can take those 111 tiers accord ing to direction, and remain long unwell, provided t...

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. — 19 November 1872

8 ljc tmc0, mm BloomftcliJ," flJa. The Steinnecke Will Case. The Baltimore American says i There was filed in the Orphan's Court of this city, on Saturday, by Mossrs. William A. Stew art and John R. Kelso, Jr., as executors of the late Miss Mary M. Steinnecke, an an swer to the petition of Paul Shoeppe, in which he prayed the court to grant him letters of administration upon Miss Steln necke'a estate, and claiming to be hor law ful husband, having, as he alleges, been married to her two weoks before her death in Carlisle, Pa. The respondent states that the will was found among the papeis of the deceased on the morning after her death, and Paul Schoeppe was present with his counsel when the will was handed to John II. Rhecm, a relative of the deceased, at Carlisle, who had charge of the body, and who delivered the will to Mr. Stewart, who retained it until it was offered for probate. Mr. Stewart, one of the executors, states that Paul Schoeppe was introduced to him on the day of the ...

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