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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 May 1873

fat 8lo0mfitlb Sinus, lucaday, May 0, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. aw"" Notices of Marrtairee and fonsths not exceeding Pous lines, will he inserted free, and friends throughout tii onunly are requested to send such notices iu. I'" Tributes of nmiiert, roetry, he. will .Invariably 1o charged fur at tho rate uf luvjc eeute pet una. It. R. Notice. The Directors of the Duncannon, fjloomfield & Loysvllle Rail Koad Company are requested to attend a meeting of the board, to be held in the CommiHsloncrs' Oflioo in the Court House, in BloomfioUl, on Monday, May 12th, at 3 o'clock P. M. F. MORTIMER, President. Sellers of Tobacco or Cigars, no mat ter what quantity they sell are liable to a heavy line for selling without having their stamps showing that their tax is duly paid, displayed In a conspicuous place. To those persons wanting a good bouse which to ship country produce of any do scription, we can recommend J. C. Mc Naughton, & Co., whose "Price Current" will ' be found regularly in...

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. — 6 May 1873

6 lie roes, Ntui jBloomftttii, Wo. j&t fUaomfitftr Shuts. Tucfiday, May 6, 1873. r FAUM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS tn invite, commnnicattons.fromall perwifhonrt interested in matters properly belonging to this department. Mullnm lu Parvo. Tbo following elevon paragraphs are worthy of a place among the most val ued rules that should govern a well regu lated farm. 1. When fruit trees occupy the ground, nothing else should, except very short grass. ' 2. Fruitfulnoss and growth of the trees cannot be expected the same year. 8. There is no plum that tho curculio will not take, though any kind may some times escapo for one year in one place. 4. Pear blight still puzzles tho greatest men. The best remedy known is to plant two for every one that dies. 5. If you don't know how to pruno, dou't hire a man from tho other sldo of the sea who knows less thau you do. G. Don't cut off a big lower limb un less you are a renter and care not what becomes of it when your time is out. 7. A tree with the li...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 May 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. ..-Xrfww - - -i - - - ' rl .1 j . n. i-l xr r The Holeton House, r ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, . No. 23, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, - Proprietor. THIS Hotel had connected with It a Tempiir ancs Dininu Koo for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 7 10 " A Private DlnliiB Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the bouse. '' ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEGER, - Proprietor, gi7 & 819 ARCn STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day. THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-tltted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping place as there Is la Philadelphia. 6 29 DAVY & HUNT'S CREAT WESTERN BAZAR ' FOR CARRIAGES dt HARNESS. 1311,1313,1310 . 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, $80. upwards. Dearborn or Market Wago...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 May 1873

lit Mmts, , Netu BloomficiJr, f)a. 8 Fire Hundred Bodies In the River. .The Little Book (Ark.) 'OatetU, April, 16, eays: From Cornelius Brown, member of tie House from this county, we have the following particulars concerning the de struction by water of the Perkins grave yard: The cemetery was opened by Con stantino Perkins who died during the war, and is sixty miles below Little Rock, on the Arkansas river. The river was very high on Friday oFlast week, at which time the yard commenced caving into the river, exposing to view mouldy cofllns,and in some instances their contents. The water kept rising until the cemetery was swept com pletely away, and about SCO coffins were washed Into the river. It is thought they will all be recovered, as the graveyard Is situated in what Is known as the " Horse Shoe," between the river and a lake, whore the water forms an eddy. When the graveyard was opened it was situated about 000 yards from the river, butVach succeed rise has washed more and mo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

1 lr& mm lllli c e: AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "TZe." Vol. VII. IVev Bloomficld, Tfi., Tuesday, May 13, 1873. IVo. lO." p lo0mfidb finus. 18 PUBLISHED KVEUT TUESDAY MORNING, BT FRANK 1I0HTTMEE & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Helng provided with Steam Power, unci large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job l'rlntliiK In goud style and at Low Trices. ADVERTISING HATES I Tratuimt 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 18 " " ' twolnsertlons 15 " " " three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. a.For lonRer yearly adv'ta terms will be given upon application. A Hasty Marriage. SOME years ago there lived at Lccmoutli, England, one Edgar Walton. His father held, a situation in the Lceinouth Dockyard, and Edgar was in hopes of obtaining a similar appointment. He was engaged to the daughter of one of his father's friends, and it was ngreed that the marriage should take place as soon as he could obtain a permanent situation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

Ijc Sums,. Neti) Bloomftefo $a. Edith Grantly's Hero. CONCLUDED. . T I MIERE seemed no valid reason why Miss Edith Grantloy sliould feci an noyed at any questioning one might choose to make concerning the affair hinted at In her soliloquy. Simply told 'it was as fol lows : The train npon which she had been a passenger had met wilji one of thoso ac cidents winch tiro of quito common occur rence. Something about one of the wheels gave way, and, ns the train chanced to be passing a curve, the cars was thrown from the' track, and some of them badly dc molished,aud a largo number of the passen gers more or loss injured, though none it was thought fatally. The shock had stun ned Edith for a moment, and thero was now a faint discoloration on her arm and in tlio edge of her hair just rIkwo the temple, and both places wore still very tender. , It would seein the most natural thing in the world that she should mention this accident the first thing upon meeting her friends, the more especially...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

PERRY COUKTY Real Estate Insurance. f . .i. AUD .,, , . i , CLAIM AGENCY. LEWIS ' POTTER & CO., i Heal Estate Brokers, Insurance, t Claim Agent New, UloomiieKl, Xn. . WEINVlTKthe attention ol buyers an sell era to the advantages we offer them liv pur chasing Or disposing of real estate through oar of lice. ! , Wehavea very large llstofdoslrab property, consisting of farms, town property, mills, store and tavern stands, and real estate of any descrip tion which we are prewired to oiler at great bar gain. We advertise our property very extensive ly, and nse all onr efforts, skill, and dllllgenee to effect a sale. We make no charges unless tht property Is sold while registered wit litis. We alsc draw up deeds, bonds, mortgages, andall legal pa pel s at moderate rates. Borne of the best, cheapest, and most reliable fire, life, and cattle Insurance companies In the United Stales are represented at this agency. Properly Insured either on the cash or mutual plan, and perpetually atM an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

4- NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, May 13, 1873. 'V : - rw-MoMm. K. P. BowmimkOn., Nn. 80 North 8th street, srenur duly aithiirii.-d advertisliw iwiitu for I'lulmle.phliv. Advertisers can make contracts with theni at unr loweHt rateB. Affairs in Louisiana are In a sad con dition. Two parties of armed men each claiming to be acting under the proper au thority, are liable to come into conflict at any moment. Tlio Governor recognized by the U. 8. authorities, as the legally elected officer, lias telegraphed for troops to sus tain him, and in the absence of the Presi dent, nono could bo sent him. Evidently the end of this trouble is not yet. Importing Gewgaws. The foreign goods imported into New York for the woek ending March 31st were estimated at fourteen million dollars. Over three and a half million were dry goods and less than ten and a-half were goncral merchandise. Merchants appear to believe that Americans can consume- and pay for an unlimited amount of foreign manufac tures; b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

Ije tmes, s Nero Bloomfieft, )cu ybi gUaamluIir gjinus. luesday, May 13, 1873. m annual LOCAL DEPARTMENT. rr Notices of Marrlairee and Deaths not Moefdlnir roOR linen, will be Inserted free, and friends thnmifUuul the oounty are requeated to aeud aweh nutlcea In. MTribntw of Respect, Poetry, c,, will Invariably be chawed fur t the rate of nvi oeuU per lino. Onr thanks are due James H. Ferguson, Esq., for furnishing Tun Times, a record of the Cout proceedings, during our ab sence from home last week. )On Friday last when steam was up at the foundry in this borough, a plug used for drawing the water out of the boiler, began to lcalt, and in tightening it, the burr was turned the wrong way causing it to blow out. Tho noise of the rushing steam alarmed some persons, but no harm was done except losing the steam, and the afternoon's work. Fatal Railroad Accident. On Wednes day afternoon, Mr. Frederick Hagar, aged about 88 gears, was run over near the depot at York and received such) injur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

6 Tuesday, May 13, XS73. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We InHtecommunicatlonffromaU pertonrwhoare tnlerented in matter properly belonging to thit department. A rolsonmis IMnnt. A few yoarg ngo there was In the Royal Botanical Gardens nt Kow, a specimen of probably the most poisonous plant ever in troduced into England. It was the Jutro pha urens, the properticB of which are ro noxious that its possession is positively langorousv The ex-curator of the gardous was one day reaching over it, when its fino, bristly stings touched his wrist. The first Kcnsation which be felt was a numbness and swelling of the lips ; the action of the poison was on the heart, circulation'was fttopped, and he soon fell, unconscious ; the last thing he remombercd, being cries of, "Run for the doctor." Either the doctor was skilful, or the dose of poison injected not quito, though noaily enough to cause doath ; but afterwards the young gardoner, in whose bouse the plant was placed, got it thrust into a corner, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. ii u ii o r o u s . ml. TT..1 TT- - TP MBIU11 :HUUM, OX TI1E EUKOl'EAN FLAN, ... Jio. 23, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLKTON, . Proprietor. nmiTS Hotel has connected with It a Temper X ancb Dinino Room tor liulli-H and gentlemen, whore meals are served at all hour, at reasonable prices. . 710 A Private Dining Hoom for ladies and nhildmi has also beou added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEWER, Proprietor, 317 & 819 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.50 Per Day, TUB ST. ELMO la centrally located and has been re-lltted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping place as there Is In Philadelphia. D 29 DAVY & HUNT'S CHEAT WESTERN BAZAR FOIt . CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311, 1313, 1318 & 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, and other good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 May 1873

8 jc mt0, Nero Bloomfidii, Jo. Trrrlble Disaster. At Dixon, . 111., on the 4th Inst., a terrible accident involving a foarful loss of life oc curred. The rite of baptism was being adminis tered at a point in Rock river, just below the Truesdale iron bridge, and about two hundred persons, including many ladies and children, had gathered on the bridge to witness the ceremonies. Suddenly) with out warning, the bridge gave way and pre cipitated its living freight into the stream below. The scene which ensued was inde scribably terrible, as the struggling victims vainly endeavored to free themselves from the ruins of the bridge and from each oth-' er. Large crowds of people on the banks rushed wildly to and fro, many of them so distracted with terror ns to be unable to render any assistance. Others, more self possessed, speedily brought ropes, planks and boats, and went nobly to work to res cue the living and recover the dead. Some of those who were on the bridge when it full were so nea...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

:lltfii , t '. . ; Vl AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "X?mI&! r0. -VII. New Bloomfleld, Pa., Tuesday, May SO, 1873. ; No. SO. rfjloomfiflo fpnws. 18 rCDUSIIBD BVXHT TUESDAY MOniffNO, BT ' FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Pa. Being provided with Rtcam rower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of .lolH'rliitlng ill good style and at Low f rices. ADVERTISING UATKSl Tratuient 8 Cents per linn for one Insertion 13 . ' " twolnsertions 15 " " ' three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. MFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will lie given upon application. Tried for Murder. A Detective's Story. I HAVE worked up many bard cases, and havo cornered many notorious criminals, but never, before or since, have I engaged in a case so complicated, or one which was so , hard to clear up, as that Btuart-Firstone murder case You know the Stuarts were very healthy and the old man had only two sons, Cecil and Gilbert; outla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

Stye hm0, TSltxD JJloomftci )a. For The Bloomflold Time. The Stolen Meeting A Story of theRetellion. BY W. A. IIOLLASD. TIHE sun had just disappeared beneath I the horizon, and gray twilight was be ginning to steal over the ' landscape, when the gateway of U spacious garden, attached to one of those manorial-like residences, was cautiously pushed open and two beau tiful women appeared outside, who seemed to be waiting for the appearance of a third person. "YoU must not let your courage fail, Annie," said a sweet voice, that tried to be heroio, ' you must not fail, you are in the path of duty, then why should you tremble?" But the companion of the fair speaker hesitated, and drew back. "Oh 1 what will father say?" was her reply. " I have never disobeyed him be fore, and he has always been so kind to me." ' " What will Raymond say, if you do not meet him ? He is going to join the army to-morrow ; he is about to risk his life in a nohlo cause the defence of our glorious union will you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

PJKItKY COIIXTY Heal Estate, Insurance, : ' . AMU 1 " ' CLAIM AGENCY. , .,. LEWIS POTTEE & CO., Ileal Estate Broker), Insurance, t Claim Agent Iov liloomliclcl, In. WEINVITEtnenttentlonof bnyel-s and Idl ers to the advantages wo oiler thorn lit pur. chasing or disposing ol real.ealale through our of. We have a vervlnrirdllstiiTdcslrab property, constat InR of farms, town prditerty, mills, store and tavern stands, and real estate of any descrip tion which we arfl prepared to offer at great bur. Rains. We advertise ourpropcrty very extensive ly, and xtse all our efforts, skill, and dllllgnnce to effect sale. We make no charges unless the property is sold while registered with ns. We alsc draw up deeds, bonds, mortgages, andall legal pa pers at moderate rates. 1 . ' t ,, . , Borne of the best, -cheapest, and most reliable lire, life, and cattle insurance companies In the United States are represented at this agency. l'roperly insured cither on the Cash or mutual plan, and perpetual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

4 lje 'tmc0, New Blpomficlir, Jpa. NEW BLOOMFTELI), PENJi'A. Tuesday, May 20, 1S73. nrVMtili. P. Bowman fc On.. No. XI Nnrlh Bth street, are our dulyanlh'trizi'd odverlinlliw agents f'ir J'hiinaniphia. Advertlseia cau nmlua coutntcta with them at uur lowest rates. Ocr thanks mo due Gov. llartrnnft, for a copy of tlio General Laws passed at the late session of the legislature. The total numhor of bills of this nature passed dur ing the session was only sixty-one. Bail Boftd Meeting. At the mooting of the Directors of the Duncanuon.Bloomflold & Loysvillo R. R., on Monday the 12th inst., Hon. C. J. T. Mclntire was elected Secretary, and W. A. Bponslcr, Esq., Treas urer of the company. , Every member of the board of Directors was present, except Mr. Sponsler, who was unavoidably absent in New York at that time. After a full interchange of opinions, it was decided to push forward the work of raising subscriptions for grading the road aa earnestly as possible, and to this end Mr. Jas....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

Ije ffimcs, New Broontficl&i )o. 5 fyt iUoomfiflb Shuts. luesday, May 20, 1873. LOCAL DEPA11TMENT. IVWnticm of Msniiurra and Deaths not eiccedlni foub lines, will Iw inserted free, aud friends thmmfhout the onuuty are requesUMl to send Mich notices In. tw Tributes of Respect, Poetry, kr., will Invariably be chawed for at the rate of rivK wilts per Hue. On Fridoy, May 30th, Wm. F. Smith will soil at his residence, one-and-a-half oiilos east of Shermansdalc, oxen, hogs, ahecp and farming implements, also house hold and kitchen furniture Lutheran Service. Rev. P. Shoeder, of New Berlin, Union county, Pa., will preach at Mansville on Saturday next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Same day at Shuman's at 2 o'clock P. M. On Sunday next at 10 o'clock A. M., at Markelvillo, and at 2 o'clock P. M., .at this place. Infanticide. Officer Jacobs of the first -district, York, Pa., while making his rounds ou Friday evening last, discovered in the Lutheran Grave yard, the dead body of a malo child, about f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

6 Tuesday, May 20, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite commwrn'ofon from aft pertonnmhoare i'w tww . wwwm i'lviniiiy fzivnyuiy to wis Hoot. (.'nips. Mr. Wall, in a recont address to tlio far. mersof New Jersey, in winch lie contrasted the American with the English system of farming, saya : It is certainly true that the culture of root crops has been the sal vation of English agriculture. The cultt vation of these crops may us truly be the means of improving tho soil in our Eastern States. We had ouce hoped that the man ufacture of beet sugar would euablo West ern farmers to avail thomsolves of this root as a fallow crop, but wo fear this will prove not to bo tho case just yot, porhaps time may give us a cheaper labor by which it may bo done. Fortunately, we havo Indian corn, which cuablcs our farmers to clean their land In an admirable manner if properly attended to. Still, it can nover take the place of tap rooted plants. The turnip crop will prob ably never be available in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. Iloletoi Honse, ON THE EUROPEAN FLAN, - No. 23, South Tenth Street, ; PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, . . Proprietor. TUTS Hotel han connected With It a Tumps st ance Dining Room for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 7 10" - A Private Dlnlnit Room for ladles and hildren has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FOHMEItLY "THE UNION,") . JOS. M. FEW EH, Proprietor, 81? & 819 ARCH STREET, 1 : PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day. THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-Mted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping place as there is In Philadelphia. 6 29 DAVY & HUNT'S GREAT WESTERN BAZAR FOB CARRIAGES it HARNESS. 1311, 1313,1310 & 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. . Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, $80.upwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 63 to 3125. Family Wagons, 80 to t'M,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 May 1873

8 ljc SBmt0;: JJcui ; Blooinfttlir, pa. The Arctic Expedition Dontli of Captain Hall and Failure of the Undertaking. About two years ago the Tolai-is under command of Capt. C. F. Hall, loft for the Arctio regions. The expedition has proved a failure. ' On Monday of last week Captain II. C Tyson, assistant navigator, and a party consisting of Frederick Meyer, the meteo rologist of the expedition, eight of the crew, and nine Esquimaux arrived at St. Johns, N. F., who report that they had been landed from the Polaris just before she was driven from licr moorings by a gale, on the 15th of October, 1873, In lati tude 73 deg. 83 min. The survivors wore taken off from an iceberg by the British steamer Tigress, April 30, In latitude 53 deg. 80 min., after having spent the In credible space of 190 days on an iceberg. Captain Tyson reports that Captain Hall died fifteen days after returning from the first expedition. He was paralyzed three days before his death, and gradually Batik, ' dying a...

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