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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 June 1873

" -...!. riiiiru'Wiiiwiimiu iiwiiiiibiihiih i Ho. 5-Spring Edition, 1873. NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA. I PUBLISHED I QUAHTEKLt.

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. — 24 June 1873

By Quick Sales and Small Profits we keep, our Stock in Good Shape. . " N . ' aC PUBLISHED QUARTERLY IN ADVANCE. K paper (or the fireside, hillside, seaside, sideache, or suicide. AppHcable in the last cases only through its side splitting, mirth-provoking, latis;hter-killinr propensities. Edited by the Publishers and published by the Editors in lle Interest of the Publishers and Editors. Subscribe. Erery issue profusely illustrated by the bes artists in the land, and always something new. Subscribe now. A folio of 16 columns, portico in front, verandah In the ear, fenced on all sides, and sjithin five minutes1 walk of the depot. Get up a Club. Terms f 000.000 per year t cash, balance in quarterly payments, with notes at ten per cent. Interest secured by feortffage. Get your neighbor to subscribe. Agents wanted in every neighborhood to send ua sub scribers. We want to furnish the paper renularly to every family who do their trading in this place. Get all the names yea can and leave t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 June 1873

ITow is the Opportunity, and our Store is the Place. ones tts Seasoning a Ckickeu with Gunpowder. A correspondent, in his " Wanderings among the Tar-heels, says: I hear rumors that the fowls are getting the epizootic. I hope it won't go to the legs, as it did with the horses. If it does, the chicken pies . will have it badly There is nothing on earth that has more legs than a chicken pie it's all legs. I was in a room in Wilmington to-day, and mw a sight that filled me with so mnch awe that I took a drink. It appears one day in 1814 a female woman pat some powder into a new chicken pie she was building. She took it for black pepper. It acted worse than emptyings or yeast ; for when she pnt it on the 6toye, and the warm atmosphere got into it, it made the pie rise, bat it didn't make it light, for it hain't lit yet. Those chicken legs blew up into a room overhead, and stack ta the wall in a row, and they have been used for clothes'-pegs ever since. This is a fact, for I hung my hat o...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 June 1873

Do your Trading where it Suits Tou Best, but favor your own Pocket-Book. 1 If you do not .V see what you I Nft 1 'Ask tor lt MA I' lii NO TROUBLE fp show goods, fmm Mm I mm yf. A GOOD RULE. Pro mine wish heed weigh every action right. And scan the conduct of each day, at night. A cheap way of getting credit for liberality was devised by the managers of a fair in Illinois, ho offered a premium to the oldest spinster present. Of course nobody claimed it. BE WISE. Instructed by past failings to be wise. Kjet every wisn irom purest loumains rue, In talk secure pursue one steady plan, For action shows the noblest part of man. Act with relation to a future state - Retort no slander render love for hate. We are Agents for W. M. HOYT & COS Celebrated nrvin a n M9 Try them, and then you will buy them, and use no other kind. Our goods are all warranted as represented- The sweetest word in our language is love. The greatest word in our lan guage is God. The word expressing the shortest tim...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

& i iginm j; ( I! I TE""-?Jrcr"'- AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. nSLffM5' Vol. "VII. New lilooiniioltl, In,., Tuesday, July 1, 1873. INo. SG. IB PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MORNING Bt FBANE MORTIMER .& CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Rteam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds ot Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVElVriSINO BATES! TramlmiH Cents per lino for One Insertion ja " " twolnscrtlons 15 " "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. snuFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Mrs. Haughton's Girl. 6'TEAR me !" said Mrs. Haugliton, I " as she bent over a great kettle of simmering quince. "I don't know what we are to do. I can't get such a girl as I want for any wages, and there is every thing to be done." "Just like papa !" said Fannie, working away at a mass of paste that was to appear later in the shape of pies. " I don't sup pose be even remem...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

Ije Stimc0, New Blaomftclir, JJa. 4- UNCLE WINTHROP'S WATCH. CONTINUED. I SHOULD not hesitate to take my oath in a court of justice that they were his." " The semblance was certainly very striking" said Miss Weston, "but of course it was only a semblance." "I am not so positive on that point," re marked Pcrham. " Are you sure that your uncle was not on one of the trains at the time of the disaster?" " I am not absolutely certain. He wrote me from Rockport, stating that he would await my arrival there." " He may have been called away ; you know that he is not unfrequcntly subject to sudden business calls." " It is possible, but still very improb able," said Miss Weston, a slight expres sion of alarm in her tones. " If he had been on the train ours run into, should we not have met with him if alive, or have found him among the wounded or the dead?" " He certainly was not among those who escaped," was Perham's reply. "My in jured foot prevented me from doing any thing in the way of cle...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

Ferry County ! Bank! .0 -li Spongier, f uiikln & Co. TH R undersign I, hkvlAR formed a Banking An lociatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to da a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, 1 oprosrrH Tjtn cotmt novsn,, NEWi BLOOMFIELDi PA. ! ': ' . ' . ' i - We receive money on deposit and pay hack on demand. , We discount notes for ft period of not orer60 days, and sell Drafts on rhlladelphiaand New York.- , . ; - r E j -: ; " , . On time Deposits live per cent. lorahy time over four months ; and for four months four per Cent. We are well provided with all. and every facility 'fordoing a Banking Business ( and knowing, and for some years, feeling the great Inconvenience un der which the people of this County labored for the want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the waut sand this being the first Bank ever established In Ferry comity, we hope wo will be sustained In Our efforts, by all the business m...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

1 4 foomfUIb (pints. NEW BLOOMFIELI), TENN'A. Tuesday, July 1, 1873. I W Messrs. E. P. BnWMAH ft Co., No. W North 6th street, uro nur duly authorized iilvprtisinir ftveuts for Philadelphia. Advertisers mu mske contracts with Uiem at our lowest rate. Gov. Straw, of New Hampshire, a true Republican, declines to remove men from 'Office in that State upon purely partisan grounds. He will only remove from office for cause. That's right. Wo believe It would be witte for every State and the National government to return to that practice, whenever it would not endanger the policy of an administration on purely principles of government. But in cases of subordinates doing their clerical or ex ecutive duty under direction' the country is weary of pnrtizan huckstering in offices. EDITORIAL EXCURSION. 'On Monday of last week, the members of the Pennsylvania Editorial Association gathered at Danville preparatory to start ing on the Annual Excursion. The citizens of Danville, had made arrangements...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

Ijc two, Htm Bloomfielix $)u Tuesday, July J, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. tW Notice of Marriatrps and Deaths not Miwllni oroua linen, will be inserted free, and friend throushout the oounty are requestod to send auoh notices in. W Tribntea of Reaiwct, Poetry, Ac, will invariably "he diaryed fur at the rate of rivi cents per line. . - Duncannon, Bloomfleld St Loysyllle B. B. THIS Company now being duly organized is prepared to receive subscription to the Cap Hal Stock. Subscription blanks can be had at the Ferry County Bank, or of either of theolllcers of the Company at Bloomtleld, or of W. K. Bwartz, 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 that the work of grading the road can be commenced this season. F. Mortimer, President. J. T. McTntire, Wm. A. SPONSLKH, .Secretary. Treasurer, Bloom field. May 27, 1873. Wanted. Local agents ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

6 m fJWmfidb Sinus. Tuesday, July 1, 1873, . ,. FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD. ITEMS We iniHl communication from alt pertontwho art interested in matters properly belonging to this aeparimem. The Potato. Careful oxperiraontera have found that nitrogenous manures are rather favorable to tbe potato diseaso, whereas wood ashes, (containing a large precontage of potash,) , aud lime and salt were conducive to a lieallhy gTowth of the plant. Professor Way found that the percentage of potash in the ash of the ' Jerusalem Artichoke was 55.89 Beans, (Seed) ..51.72 The tuber of the Potato .,..50.88 Peas, (Seed) 41.50 Turnip (Bulb) 80.16 Wheat, (Seed) 83.14 Mangel (Root) 28.54 Barley 21.14 Oats ; 1, 13.97 It will be seen by the foregoing that ex cepting tbe artichoke and beans, the tuber of the potato contains more .'potash than -many of our commonly cultivated plants, and hence bow excellent wood ashes must lie mi fertilizer for potatoes.' But we would ask attention to the exemption of the potato from d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

swim k i U tuinMiAftii .Qrfjc.tiflicsilNcu) BJoomfitlli, Philadelphia Advertisements. The Holeton House, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, . . No. 28,' South Tenth Stivct, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, -! - -', Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with it a Tempfr anob Dininu KooM for latllett and nentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. .::,, i . . i IW A Private Dining Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house ST. ELMO HOTEL, ' . ' (FORMERLY "THE ONION,") JOS. M. FEGER, , , Proprietor, : 817 & A"RCII STREET, . ; Philadelphia!' Terms, $2.60 Per Day. THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-tilted and refurnished, so that It will be found a comfortable and pleasant a stopping plaoe as there Is In Philadelphia. . . 629 DAVY & HUNT'S GREAT WESTERN BAZAR . ' ' for 11 "', ''' ' ,, CARRIAGES fit HARNESS,' . , 1311, 1313, 1316 & 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. ! i," , ; Superior work of our own, and other good M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 July 1873

8 Ije hncs, IXtvo UloomfitlJi, 3a. The Name oitM Fish Laws. The legislature at the Ute session eon. Rolidated and revised tlx game and fish 'laws of this Commonwealth. The follow- log are the enactments m revised : 'Deer-can be killed frem the 1st of Sep tember to the 1st of 'January. Penalty for a violation,; $50. Squirrels, from the !stf July to the 1st of ; January. Penalty 'for violation, 5, 'Rabbits, from October 1st to February 1st. ' Penalty for violation, $10. Wild Turkeys, from October 1st to Jan nry 1st. 'Penalty for violation, $25. (Jrass Plover, from August 1st to Jan uary 1st. Penalty for - violation, $10. Gray Snipe, from September 1st to April 0th. Penalty for violation, $10. Woodcock, from August let to January lst. Penalty for violation, $10. 'Quail and Partridge, (from November "Tst to January 1st. Penalty for violation, $10. -Pheasants and Prairie 'Chickens, from from-September 1st to January 1st. Pen- airy for violation, $10. ' 'Rail and 'Heed Birds, from Septemb...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

IS iffl si'i p TEH,j., INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "JSZ&'JSZ-' Vol. VII. Now Bloomfleld, Pa., Tuesday, July 8, 1873. r.V-.Nb. sV. IS POBIJSnKD (VERY TUESDAY MORNING, BT PRANK MQBTIMEE & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presswi, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING BATES I Trn$UntH Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 two Insertions 15 " " three insertions fastness Notices in Local Column 10 Cents er I!?ef ,For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. UNCLE WINTHROP'S WATCH. COKCLTJDBD. , SHORTLY after entering the street Henry imagined that his steps were dogged. Street assaults and robberies had been alarmingly frequent of late, and on ascertaining that he was persistently fol lowed by some one, he became not a little apprehensive of an attack. There was but little pasting on the ateet ; now and then a solitary individual would hurry a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

2 Ijc 6Ctmc0, Ncto Bloomfidii, Ja. "No, your honor; I only ask for the reading of this" And he passed a paper to the justice.' y There was a slight buzz of astonishment in tho room when the Justice opened the paper and read aloud, "Deposition of Charles Winthrop;" which was followed by intense stillness, as he gave the contents of tho document. The instrument was quite brief. It set forth that on a specified ' day, therein named, the deponent, of his own free will gave to Henry Peabody a gold hunting-case watch, with Chain and seal attached there to, as a token of his high regard for said Peabody' diameter, and a testimonial of his personal esteem and friendship ; all which was duly signed and sworn to in presence of his attorney, Mr. Jameson. After the reading, Henry remarked: " "I presume, your honor, thnt is a suffi cient refutation of the charge brought against me?" ' ' " If there is no question about the au thenticity of this deposition," said the jus tice, carefully scrutinizi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

I 3 c I Perry County Bank! Sponslcr, Junkln & Co. fTIHE undersign id, having formed a Banking As JL oolatlon under the above name and style, are now rea1y to do a General Banking business at 'their new Banking House, on Centre Square, , OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay hack on demand. We discount notes for a period of not over 60 days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, Bve per cent, forany time over four months ; and for four months four per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility fordoing a Banking Business; and knowing, and for some years, feeling the great Inconvenience un--der which the people of this County labored fortlie want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want ;andthis being 'the first Bank ever established in Terry county, we hope we will be sustained In our efforts, by all the business men, farmers and mechanics. This Banking Associati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, July 8, 1873. ir MMRm K. P. Bowman h C)., No. no North Rth street, are ourdnly authorised advertising mtpiiU for Philadelphia. Advertisers can make contracts with them at our lowest rates. Frank Walwobth on trial for murder ing his father, has been found guilty of murder in the second degree. Jkssb Grant, the father of the Pres ident died at Covington, Ky., on the 29th tilt. Several cases of oholera have occurred in St. Louis, and many of the western cities have bad more or less cases of the disease. The Supreme Court has docided that George O. Evans was a " publio offloer" when he collected the Pennsylvania war claims and has ordered that his case be re tried, reversing the judgment of the Dau phin county court of common pleas. The State of New Hampshire evidently does not approve of circuses, as a bill has been introduced into the legislature mak ing it unlawful for any circus to come into that commonwealth and fixing the penalty for so doing at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

1)C mesi Ncuj Bloomftclb, -Jo. Tuesday, July 8, 187S. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ff"Nntioe of Marrfaircs and Deaths not exoflcdina rouB Unfa, will be Inserted free, and friend throughout the county are requested to aeud auch notices in. HVTrllmtwiof Keepect, Poetry, o., will Invariably e charged for at the rate of rivx cent per line. JDuncannon, Mooruflcld & Lojsvlllc B. R. THIS Company now being duly organized Is prepared to receive subscriptions to the Cap ital Stock. Subscription blnnks can be had at the Ferry County Bank, or of either of the otllcers of the Company at Bloomtleld, or of W. K. Swartz, .at Duncannon. Mr. James Mclllienny lias also been appointed an Agent for receiving Subscrip tion. The Directors of the Company urge upon the citizens ol the County, the importance of prompt action so that the work of grading the road can lie commenced this season. , F. Mortimer, President. J . T. MolMTTHB, W M. A bPONBLKH, Secretary. Treasurer. Bloomfleld. May 27. 1873. In Jail. D. B. Wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

6 ljc ime0, New jBloomfieli), IPcu m Slo0mfif Itr Sim 0. Tuesday, July S, 1873, FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We fntXf e commneeioM.fr"' personswfto or interested in matter properly belonging to this department. , Making Money by Farming. Prosperity attends one farmer, ruination another ; many' get a good living, and some turn tUoir hand to some other calling to save tli em from losing capital, in short, ag riculture results just about In the same pro portion with regard to profit or loss as mer cantile pursuits. Although there are many mistakes, although there are many mis fortunes which foresight and good judg ment cannot forestall, and the same run of common acoidents which attend every busi ness, yet none need bo timid in entering on a good, fair average farm ; for if all partic ulars have been weighed and allowance made in the purchase monoy, a few disad vantages can be readily overcome. Even a stock farm badly watered should not be discouraging, as this having been calculated on, t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

Philadelphia AdTertiscments. fiTHtilise, ON THE EUROPEAN FLAN, Jfo, 28, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, - Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with it a Temi-hr-anceDininoRoom tor Indies and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. ' lu -A Private DlnlnR Room for ladles and e htldrcn has also been added to the aocommoda tioiisot the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEGER, Proprietor, 317 & 319 ARC II STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day. THE ST. ELMO is centrally located and lias lieen re-Mted and refurnished, so that it will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping place astliero is in Philadelphia, i 0 2V DAVY & HUNT'S GREAT WESTERN BAZAR ' FOR ' ' ' ' CARRIAGES fit HARNESS. 1311,1313,1319 &. 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, JRO.upwaids. Dearborn or Market Wagons fi5 to 9125. Family Wagons, 80 to tM, 1 Har...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 July 1873

8 ftlje into, Ktu) filoomftclb, )a.- An Affair of DIs-Honor. A Timet' special from Montgomery Sta tion, by way of St. Louis, July 1, says in the Rheet and Cooley duel Judge Cooley was killed at the second fire. The parties arrived at this place on the same train at 10 o'clock in the morning. Mr. Rheet was accompanied by Mr. Charles Roman and Dr. Burns, and Judge Cooley was attended by Col. Georgo V. Carter and Major M'Ray Solph. , The i weapons were double-barrol- ed shot giutS) one barrel loaded with a Mingle ball, distance forty yards. The The ground Wot promptly selected, the dis tance measured and the parties placed in position. ; At the first fuo Rheet's shot ranged high, Cooley's to the right. Cooley dolivered his fire first. At the second fire both fired simultaneously. Cooley fell mor tally wounded by the shot entering his left side and passing apparently through his heart. He expired in six minutes without apparent sutTering, only speaking the words to Dr. Ilolliday : "I am...

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