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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

H n B 5 ?i'??i7on AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "&IZ2?' Vol. ATIX. IV3v Ulooiiifiold, Tn,., Tuesday, rny 27, 1873. TVo. SI. : . . - . , it IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MORNING, BY FRANS MORTIMER & CO., At New Moomfleld, Perry Co., Ta. BolnR provided with Rteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Tresses, ve are prepared to do all kinds or Job-1'rlntlng In good style and at Low 1'rlces. ADVERTISING ItATKSl Trantient 8 Cent per lino for one Insertion 2 " " two Insertions 15 "three insertions v Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. For The llloomnold Tlmon. "CONSIDER THE LILIES." BY SIIORTFELLOW " O, the chilly vernal season 1 O, the slow returning summer !" Sighed the " Epigaa repens," Peeping forth to see if Flora Had not come to wake her children From the sleep of dreary winter. But the rosy ". Epigjca" Shuddered as the chilly breezes Rudely swept the perfume from her. Waiting for the voice of Flora...

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. — 27 May 1873

l)e'imc0, New Bloomfielir, $cu THE CONCEALED DIAMOND. IOR generations my ancostors had tra . ded from Holland to various countries. But I'll pass thorn all until I come down to my grandfather, by namo Jacob Van derheydon. My father married his daugh ter, and eventually came back to live in this his native city, for he Vfns a German. I recollect grand father Vanderheydon very well, though I was only seven years of age when he died. Ho was an immensely fat old man, weighing nearly three hundred pounds, and wearing big Bhirt collars that reached up above his ears. He began life by sailing to Japan, and never, I believe, made any voyages save to Hint country. His ship used to lay at Boompies in Rot terdam. It was there whore he lived. My grandfather, as you may suppose, saved up a goodly, pile of money, and was considered by the peoplo as boing well off. I have often been told that previous to his laBt voyage, ho had a remarkable dream, in'which he was informed that great good was to co...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

Qlje-Straws, Nctu Blooiufwlu, f)a. 3 FEItttY COUHfTl Meal Estate, Insurance, ADD C3L.AXTSS. AGENCY. LEWIS POTTER & CO., Seal Estate Broken, Insurance, t Claim Agent Now Uloomfick, Pti. WE INVITE the attention of buyers and sell ers to the advantages we offer tliem In pur chasing or disponing of real estate through our of fice. We have a very large llstof deslrab property, consisting of farms, town property, mills, store and tavern stands, and real estute of any descrip tion which we are prepared to olf er at great bar. fialns. We advertise our property very extensive y, and use all our efforts, skill, and dilllgence to effect a Bale. We make no charges unless tht property is sold while registered with us. We also draw up deeds, bonds, mortgages, andall legal pa pers at moderate rates. Some of the best, cheapest, and most reliable fire, life, and cattle insurance companies in the United States are represented at this agency. Property Insured either on the cash or mutual plan, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

lje imc0, New Bloomftcto, JJcu fJIoomfirlfc f hnts. NEW BLOOMFIEIB, PENN'A. -Tueadav, May 27, 1873. IlfMiMwrs. E. P. H"wmnn fc Co., No. 80 North ISth strict, am our Uulv authorized advert (Mini avente for Pnilanfllphia. Advertisers cau muko contracts wltb tliwu at our lowest rates. Duncannon, Ulooniflcld & Loy STllle R. K. rrWIIS Company now being duly organized is 1L prepare! to receive subscriptions to the Cap ital Stuck. Subscription blanks can be had at the Perry County Bank, or of cither of the officers of the Company at Bloomtleld, or of W. R. SwarU, at Duncannon. Mr. .lames Mcllhrnny has also Iwn appointed an Agent for receiving (Subscrip tions. The Directors of the Company urge upon the citizens of the County, the importance of prompt action so t hat the work of grading the road can tie commenced tills season. F. Mortimer, President. V. J. T. MctNTIKE, W'M. A. SrONHI.KK, Secretary. Treasurer, llloomtleld. May 7, 1873. . Tub committee of the stockholders of the Northern C...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

'lueaday, May 27 1S73. LOCAL DEFAli TMENT. rw-NnUcwnf Mirrlavn id Icth not oiiwillnir vomt linen, will l Inserted irre, snil friends tlmiUKhuiit the comity are reiiueelud to send aiieh notions In. tWTrllmtonnf Respect, Poetry. will Invariably be chawd for at the rate of rivit cents por Hue. Bark, Hark. COO cords bark wanted at the Bloom Hold Tannary. 2t Samuel A. Peale. D. It, & L. It. R. Subscriptions contin ues to come in to the stock of this company and tho prospocts for soon getting the amount required for grading tho road are good. The commiltoo appointed by the directors, to secure iron and equipments, are making satisfactory progress. "A Header'' in a communication last week, stirred up lots of people. Judging by tho letters wo have received, tho subject is considered of considerable interest. Wo have three letters in which tho writer has taken the signature of "Upper End." We think it necessary to publish only ono of them this week, though wo may publish others next week...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

6 m fUoomfitUr nns. Tuesday, May 97, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS irenti(e;ommtm(;n(on.rom(rt( iwMOTKTdftonre n(eres(prf in mutters properly belonging to lhi department. (Jimiitlty or Fooa. People often nsk us, " What la the proper quarry ot food? This depends very much on what the food is, and who the person is, and what his pursuits are. We doubt not that most people who have the moans eat a third more than thoy really need, and venture the assertion, that if each man of good constitution and health could begin at twenty-one, having boon properly fed until that time, he might livo to be seventy or soveuty-five years of age and not need the aid of a doctor at all. Wo believe that nine out of ten could do so. But just how-ta person should live to Avoid entirely all causes of disease, no man, perhaps, is wise enough to prescribe. It may be safe to assert that most people who re healthy and hearty eat a little more at vory meal thau they should. That sense f fullness, that extra hea...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

l)c tmc0, New Bloomficlir, fJa. Philadelphia Advertisements. riilladelphla Advertisements. HUMOROUS. Philadelphia Advertisements. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Ko. 23, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. - J. W. HOLETON Proprietor. T1HI8 Hotel lias connected with It a Tfmit.b A. anck Dinino Koom for lad Ira and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 7 10 WA Private Dining Koom for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEGER, Proprietor, 817 & 319 AKCII STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.50 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 in Philadelphia. 6 29 DAVY & HUNT'S CREAT WESTERN BAZAR FOR CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311, 1313,1315 & 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 May 1873

8 'l)c hues, New pioomficfo, Jci. Attempt to Destroy a R. K. Train. The papers in tbo oil-regions conta!n an account of a most infernal attempt to de stroy a freight train on the Allegheny Valley railroad, by moans of an oil well . torpedo. ,The nitro-glycerine magazine of Colonel Roberts, near Scrubgrass, wag en tered and robbed of a three-quart torpedo, which was placed on the track, probably with a view of wrecking a freight train, that an opportunity for plundor might be afforded. The train came on, and the cow-catcher threw tho torpedo off tho rail. A partial explosion of the contents of the torpedo took place, lifting the side of the engine clear off the track and letting it drop back again upon the rail J it is likely a little of the contents of the torpedo bad been spill ed on the rail, aud exploded clear of the rest in tho case. The tender and first freight car passed tho torpedo, but jarred it down ngainst the rail in such a position that the llange of the wheels of the se...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

' ' '''' j ' ' :.:ilk I V i B II I i II mS II II ; IB 1 I 21 Ik 111 I II TSiil:"' . . an independent family newspaper. ' r'rJS" . . ..... -. - - - - -- - s- ; : 1 sjl'Z'zzzzzzzzz'z zi'i. izir"r rzn Li" - Vol. VII. New Uloom field, Tuesday, .Timo 3, 1873. TVo. 22. IS PUBLISHED KVKBT TUESDAY MORNING, BT FRANK MOETIMEE & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Pa. Being provided with Bteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-1'rliitliig In good style and at Low I'rlues. . ADVERTISING RATES 1 TratuttntH Cents perllnn for one Insertion 19 " " twolnsertlons 15 ' " " three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .For limner yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE FADED HOSE. I overturned my writing desk and found oil, pity me I The pale ghost of a bnrled love I never thought to see. I grasped It as the miser grasps his hoarded golden ore, And scorned myself for touching It, and only held it more. A lover's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

2 !)e'ime0, New Bloomftcllr, fl)a. Young Martin and Old Martin. YOUNO MARTIN was the son of old Martin. Both werablaoksmlths, and pliod their trade In Tacktown, when there was any demand ; when there was none, they sat among the iron bars in tbe shop, or on tbe timber threshold, "enjoyin' them selves" as they Informed tlie passers-by " most to death doin' notbln'." , 'Old Martin-' lived in his flannel shirt sleeves, and' wore rusty spectacles ; young Martin and a big jack-knife were insepara bles, lie picked his teeth with it in his reflective . moments, and whittled with it when lively. Old Martin was an everlast ing talker, and drew the long bow with ex treme good nature. With him, a lie was a benefit to please, aino.e, or instruct. At middle age he was seized witli a mission, though be did not call it so packed his goods, and with bis family moved to New London, distant fifty mllest In five years he returned as unexpectedly as he went, unlocked his front door, made a Are of chips...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

Stljc tmcs, NctuBloomfielir; 3m Perry County Bank! ftponaler, J link In A Co. THE undersign d. having formed a Banking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSTTS THS CO KB T BO V8B, NEW bloomfield; pa. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period of not overeo days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, five per cent forany time over four months ; and for four months four per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility for doing a Banking Business) and knowing, and for some years, feeling the great inconvenience un der which the people of this County labored forthe want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want ; and this being the ttrst Bank ever established In l'erry county, we hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by all the business men, farmers and mechanics. Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

4 ljc imc0, New Blaomftclir, JJa. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, June 3, 1873. Iir-M!ni. E. P. Bnwmnii k Do., Nn. SO North th street, r our duly authorized aavi-rlMmr awents for l'liiladeli'liia. Advertisers can make contracts with them at our lowest ratua. Ben Botlkr is spoken of bs the ' centen nial candidate for the Presidency.' An exchange says : ' Centennial Is good, and such a nomination once in a hundred years would he about as much as the country could stand.' In 1800 when John A Andrews was Ooveflior of Massachusetts the Legislature passed an act increasing tholr pay and in creasing the pay of the Governor from $3, D00 to $5,000 a year. Governor Andrews heard of it and sent word to the salary grabbers who had the project in charge : " If you undertake to raise My salary, I will send back a veto within an hour. It is not in accordance with my ideas of honor to pass upon the question of my own com pensation." And he was as good .as his word. He did veto the bill, and return...

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. — 3 June 1873

valjc tmc0 Bloomficli), JjJa. nuts. lueaday, June 3, 1873. LOCAL IEPAR TMENT. I W Notices of Marri&ire fcnd Ttanths not exceeding our linen, will be inserted free, and friends throughout a le oouniy are requetf tea hi send auch notices iu. tw Tributes of Respect, Poetry, will Invariably be cHawed for at the rate of v oentfl per Uue. Duncannon, Bloooitlcld & Loy grille R. R. THIS Company nnw being duly organized Is prepared to receive subscription to the Cap. ltnl Mock. Suhsonptlon blanks can he had at the Perry County Hank, or of either of the officers of the Company at Moointleld, or of W. R. Swartz, at Duncannon. Mr. James Mcllhenny has also been appointed an Agent for receiving Subscrip tions. The Directors of the Company urge upon the citizens of the County, the Importance of prompt action so Unit the work of grading the road can be commenced this season. P. MonTTMitR, President. ' C. J. T. MflNTlHB, WM. A. 8TON9I.KB, Secretary. Treasurer. Bloomfleld, May 27, 1873. 0. K....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

6 l)e hues, Htm Ploomfttl )a. Tuesday, 'June 3, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS WelMHlecommitnlcationtfrom allpermnttohoart interested in matter properly belonging to thit department. growing Asparagus. Oue of the vegetables which every farm might have at very small trouble and cost, and yet which is one not often found in the farmer's garden 1b asparagus. It is at the , same time the most desirable. It is very rare to find a person who does not like it. It is probable that the reason it is not grown is an idea that it is a costly thing to start. There is gome reason for the pre valence of this idea. Almost all the works on gardening would indicate that a great deal of labor and trouble was necessary in ordor to start an asparagus bed properly. They say the earth must be dug two feet deep, that load on load of manure must be incorporated with the earth ; and possibly they will urge the importance of some rare and costly fertilizer as an essential ingredi ent in a proper asparagus bed...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

rhiladclpliia Advertisements. 1b HoMon House, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, No. 28, Sooth Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, . . . . Proprietor. THIS Hotnl has connected with It a Tempeb ance Dininu Room (or ladle and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hour, at reasonable prices. , 7 10 WA Private Dining Room for ladles and children has also beeu added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEWER, . Proprietor, 817 & 819 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day, THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-titled 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 CREAT WESTERN BAZAR FOR CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311, 1313, 1310 4. 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, mid other good .Manufacturers at vary low prices. Top Buggies, JSO.upwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 65 to $125. Family Wagons, 80 to fJIK), Harne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 3 June 1873

lje hnc0, NeiM JJIoomfttlb, 3a. 8 New Advertisement. . . RAILROADS A Mnrdcr Its Defense. Sometime ago a farmer named Samuol went into the office of B. A. Marchant, in Ban Francisco, 'and shot him down while he was counting money at his desk, and - 1 TTT then walked out ana gave iiiraHeu up. o noted the fact at the time. Samuel has been in jail ever ince,until a few 4ays ago, when the Grand Jury sot him free, failing to And a bill against him. Samuel himself made a statement before the jury, and he had seventeen witnesses to substantiate it. 1 There was more, but the gentlemen of the jury had heard enough. They told Samuol to go, and they felt like giving him a medal for having performed a great service to society by killing Marchant. It is one of the most terrible stories of wrong ever heard, as the truth may be hinted as well as told. Samuel had two daughters, Emma and Ida, pretty school girls, one 15 and the other 14 years old. One was at a boarding-school and the other went to sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 June 1873

i if J1X if 5bv TERMS !JRH.f5 Per Ycnr.) IN A D VANCE. J 7tf Centa for 6 Months I 40 Cta. for 8 months. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Now Bloomfleld, taM,Tue8day, Jttno lO, 1873., yoi. vii. IVo. 23. J ! ; if-. Si IE j II t I 31 li 1 i j It. If a r ' 31 Id 51 : It I I - , .. ... !' 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' " rB PUBLISHED BVEHY TUESDAY MORNIHO, BT ;'EANE M0STIMES.& CO., ' At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Belli provided with Bteam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. . . ADVERTISING RATES I TratulmtH Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 " ' twolnsertlons 15 "three Insertions A Shrewd Detective I WAS called down from London to Ipswich on an errand peculiar to one of my profession. I reached an inn where V 1 was to meet a lollow aetccuve, wno naa expended both time and patience in at tempting to lerret out a mysterious mur der. But it appeared to ho one of those singular cases that defy human detecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 June 1873

2 " 1 " 1 11 Adventures on a Man of War. IT was In 1793 that I lay In the ship Panther at Londonderry. Ireland was then . in a state of commotion with the famous rebellion of the period, and the oity was full of English soldiers. I was much interested in the old historic town which, from time to time, had given the Sassetmgli (the Gaelic for Englishman) such abundant trouble.' ' " ' " 'One dajf while 'the' ship was waiting freight, I had opportunity to walk upon the great wall which encompasses the place. A group of remarkablo faces here attracted my attention. They were those of a middle-aged woman, a girl of seven teen, and a boy of fifteen. The appearance of all three was interesting, but tne face and figure of the young girl were the most beautiful that I had ever looked upon. The group conversed in animated tones, speaking, however, the anciont Irish, with which I was totally unacquainted. Their gestures and apparently Indignant though partially suppressed sentences, on the ap ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 June 1873

Perry County Bank! Spongier, Junkln 3c Co. THE undersign id, having formed a Banking As sociation undor tlie above name and style, are now ready to do, a General Banking business at their new Banking Hons, on Centre Square. OPPOSITE WHS COURT H0TJ8B, NEW BLOOMFIELD. . PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period of not over 60 days, and sen Drnfts oh Philadelphia and New York. ' ' '!'. On time Deposits, five per cent, forany time over four months ; and for four months four per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility for doing a Banking Business; and knowing, and for some years, feeling the great Inconvenience un der which the people of this County labored forthe want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supplythe want ;andthls being the first Bank ever established In Perry county, we hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by ail the business men, farmers and mechanics. This Banking Association is co...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 June 1873

4: l)c; StmtB, iTHm SJlaomfielb lieu lit l0mitfidtr hnrs. NEW BLOOMFIELD, I'ENN'A Tuemlay, June 10, 1873. tir-Messrs. E. P. Bnwmsn Aj Co. No. TO North 6th iiutnir tirptltfl for I'hilftde plii. Advertisers them at uur lowest rates. nr. urn our a iiv b caa make contracts with Hon. Lemuel Todd, of Carlisle, and Capt. G. W. Skinner, of Fulton county, have been appointed by State Superintend ent Wickersliam,"to represent the State in the Board of Trustees of the Cumberland Valley Normal School, at Shippensburg. Yebt recently, says the Savannah Newt, two Massachusetts detectives, In search of a swindler named Wilbur, whoso arrest has been duly chronicled, bad occasion to lay a requisition for the criminal before Governor Smith. His Excellency, after in- vestigating tlio facts of the case, informed the detectives that he was only glad to re spond to the legal requirement of the Mas sachusetts Governor, but expressed a sin cere regret that the document was not more general iu its terms and ...

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