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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

111 I nitftii tit I ii tti K If IP IEMxl. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. " "SIC.ISS" Vol. VII. Now Bloomiield, Pa., Tuesday, July 15, 1873. IVo. 28. ') ' :J . 1 ... IS PUBLISH BO BVEHY TUESDAY MORNING, BY ' M0ETIMEB'& CO., A.t New Bloomiield, Terry Co., Pa. Belni provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and JobPressi-s, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In , , good style and at Low Prices. r, . .., v ADVERTISING BATKSl ' TrmtuUnt 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 . two Insertions '15'," 1 . " ' "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. r.For lonner yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application., For the Bloomfteld Time. deceitful woman. My heart is filled with sadness As I sit by my cottage door, And think o'er those days of gladness That are gone to return no more. Oh time, how swiftly then it flew . A day seemed but an hour, ... - An hour of Joy and pleasure, too, ( Within that little bower. 'Twas on a quiet summer's ev...

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. — 15 July 1873

l)c mcs New BloomfictiX 3a. An Incident of the War. DURING the siege of Fort.Wngner in 1803 the following dood of daring was performed by John Stray, a private in the New York Volunteers. General Gilmore had taken steps to re duce the fort by regular siege and hnd es tablished a parallel of guns which was doing good work. Unfortunately, during a night attack on tho Union works the rebels succeeded in driving thein from their position and spiking the guns in the battory. This was a serious check, as the rebel sharpshooters, ensconcing themselves in rifle pits, effectually Btopped further progress on the part of the engineor corps. One of the spiked guns, a 200 pounder Parrott, completely raked the rifle-pitB,and it was of the utmost importance that it should be brought into action ; but every attempt made by the Union men to effect this met with a murderous volley from the vigilant rebel marksmen. In this difficulty the chief of ordnance called for volunteers to restore the piece to ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

Perry County Bank! 8poiiftler, Junk tn fe Co. fTIHE undersign id, having formed a Banking As JL soclatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a Genoral Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE! TUB COURT H0V8B, 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 sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, Hve per cent forany time over (our months ; and for four months four per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility (or 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 first Bank ever established in Perry county, we hope we will be sustained In our efforts, by all the business men, farmers and mechanics. This Banking Association Is comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

4 ljc tuts, JItu) SMoomficliV 3a. NEW 1JL00MFIELP, PENN'A. Tuesday, July IS, 1873. I If Men. E. P. Bowman ft Co.. No. 80 North Slh B(,nwt, are oiir duly authorized advertlHliw sinmt fnr Philadelphia. Advertisers cau niaka contracts with tliotn at our loweat ratea. TnE Hon. William Williams, of Indiana, lias disposed of his " back pay." Ho has heen boarding with an excellent lady for some thirty years, and having ever been handsomely treated by her, and at cheap rates, ho has turned over the whole sum to her. Wo congratulate both "Billy" and tho lady on this arrangement, which must be mutually highly satisfactory. Tho lady's name is Mrs. William Williams. tW Iron-ore has lately been shipped to England from this country, and some man ufactured Iron. It is likely that the ex portations will Increaso considerably dur ing the present year. Tho following from Wolverhampton, England, trade report, dated May 28th, will be road with interest : " The prevailing high prices are bring ing about...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

Tuesday, July IS, 1873. LOCAL DEPAR TMENT. tW Notice nf Msrrliwps and Ponlhn not exceeding Fou li lines, will be limertid free, mid trleii'U throughout the anuniy are requested to soud such notice lu. I rr Tributes of Kenpect, Poetry, fee., will invariably be clawed for at the rate of nvi cenU per Hue. Duncaunoii, Bloomfield & Loysyllle R. It. THIS Company now being duly organized In prepared to receive subscription to the Cap ital Stock. Subscription blanks can be lincl at the Perry County Hank, or of either of theolllcers of the Company at llloomlleUl, or of W. B. SwarU, at Duncaunoii. Mr. James Mellhenny has also been appointed an Agent for receiving Subscrip tions. The Directors of the Company urge tipon 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. f. T. McIntire, Wm. A. Bponhi.kk, Hecretary. Treasurer. Bloomfield. May 7, 1873. Swallowed a Needle. A little girl, daugh te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

6 Stye ffimts, Nctu Dtoomficlti fla; foomftdfo (pints. Tuesday, July IS, 1873. FAEJI AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS W invttecnmmvnicattomfromall permnuhoar Interested in mattert properly belonging to this department. Stock Racing In Nebraska. moP. J. D. B'JTLEH. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1873. About the 20th of March, I took tho train from here for Chicago, 543 miles. Leaving this city at two on one afternoon, I should ordinarily have reached that Queen of the Great Lakes at three o'clock on the next afternoon. But on arriving at the Missouri I found it impossible to cross, for according to the local phrase it was " gorg ed with ice." It was as if a glacier had rushed down from an Alpine ravine and blocked up the track along a Swiss valley. Such an iceberg had not been seen there be for during this season, and it was next day swept down the river. Meantime, however, several cars filled with cattle and hogs for Chicago, were sent 1 back 23 miles to Ashland to spend the night in the yard where they had...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

ljc SimcG, Ncu) HJloomficlb, )cu Philadelphia AdTertiscracnts. TiTBilise, ON TIIE EUROPEAN PLAN, No. 23, South ' Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, .... Proprlotor. THIS Hotel has connected with It A Tbmpkh anou Dining Room for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 1 1 -A Private TMnlnpr Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEWEIl, t' ' Proprietor, 817 & 819 ARCII STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day, THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-IUted 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 FOR CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311,1313,1318 A. 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own,, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, tSO.upwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 65 to $125. Fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 15 July 1873

8 STIjc imcs, Nciu J3loomftcli, )a. Terrible Domestic Tragedy. Winchester, Va., July 7. A terrible tragedy Occurred on Saturday morning at the residence of Franklin Little, a very highly respeoted citizen of Clarke county, Va., about seven miles from this place, in which six brothers, Clinton, Columbus, Gilbert, Oscar, ' Wallace, and Lycurgus were involved. It seems that tho brothers bavo been at variance for some time, the cause being jealousy that has existed di rectly between the oldest brothers, Clinton, OBcar and Lycuigus. On Saturday morning as part of the fam ily were at breakfast, Oscar and Lycurgus entered the dining room, locked the door after them, one putting the key in his pocket. Then one of them took a seat near the door ; the other off from the table. Oscar, addressing himself to Clinton, said that they had nothing against him and did not want him to interfero in what thuy were about to do. Clinton jumped from his seat, but before he could speak Oscar and Lycurgus dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

llliii ' ; Jit " i K ir!r??7lrar AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. fjaZZ' Vo'll 'vii.'' IVevr liloomfleld, 3P., Tiiesin,y, Jiily, 33, 1873. No. 29. r 1 1 ' ' ' ' l i . '; is pububiiko vert tuesdat mormko, bt .:Y FRANZ MOBTIMEB & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Pa. Being provided with Hteam Power, an large Cylinder and Joh-Fresses, we are prepared to do all kinds o( Job-Printing la . . good style and at Low Prices. . , ., ADVERTISING BATES! TrantUntH Cents per lino for one Insertion 19 twolnsertlont ; i. . , 15 " " " three Insertions Business Notloes In Local Column 10 Cents per line. , . .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Where Everybody Should go to Spend the Summer. Tho Brewers should to Malta go, The Boobies all to Sicily ' The Quakers to the Friendly Isles, The Furriers to Chill. Spinsters should to the Needles go, Wlne-bibers to Burgundy ( . ' Gourmands should lunch at the Sandwich Isles, " Wage at the Bay of Funday. Bachelors to the United St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

Ije imcfl, Nero Bloomficft, )a. Miss Fortescue the Seamstress, fortuneTchanges. tTTIIO Is that lady, Miss Dunbar? T T She has a very sweet face." The interrogator was a young gentleman who had made an early evening call on the lady mentioned. The person to whom he referred was on the point of taking her , leave as he entered. 1 . " The young lady,'' said Miss Dunbar, slightly emphasizing the noun substantive, "has been working for me a seamstress." " A seamstress I Upon my word, I should not have suspected it !" said the young man. "That accounts, no doubt, for the excellent taste displayed in her dress. And yet, from the slight observation I had of her, thbre was an ease in her manner, an air of refinement, one would not look for in a person of her calling." " Really, Mr. Stanley, you are quite ob serving !" remarked the lady, with a light laugh. ' "As Miss Fortescue ' is generally employed in the first circles, she may have - acquired a certain degree of polish, although I have no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

Ferry County Bank ! Spongier, Junkln & Co. rjlHE undersign having formed a Ranking An X soclation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE TUB COURT HO USB, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes (or a period ot not over60 days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, Hve per cent forany tlmeover (our months ; and (or (our months (our per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility for doing a Banking Business i and knowing, and (or some years, (eellng the great Inconvenience un der which the people o( this County labored (orthe want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want ;and this being the first Bank ever established In Perry county, we hope we will be sustained In our efforts, by all the business men, (armors and mechanics. . This Banking Association Is composed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

4 Ijc tines, Nero Bl0omftclirf" Pa. m fjtomfidlt Sinus. EW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, July 2, 1873. , t trr Memra. B. P. Bowman k Co., a 80 North 6th afreet, are our duly authorized advertising avcuts for l'hilattplphla. Advertise can make ooutracts with tueni at our lowest rates. Majob Kirk Haines la announced as a candidate for Slate Sonatof from this dis trict. C3T Jacob Thompson, formerly Secretary of the interior, prints a Ion "letter donying the statements, Implicating him in the alleged frauds in that department under his administration, and refers to the fact that a congressional committee entirely exon erated him from any complicity in the al leged discrepancies. .EST The Senatorial Conferees from Blair, Somerset, Bedford and Fulton counties elected D. AY. Mullin delegate to the State Convention. Bodford and Fulton 'elected John J. Cromer Representative delegate. Both were unanimously instructed for Hon. Samuel Henry for State Treasurer, and both are friends of Hon. Wm. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

l)c Gunic0, New Bloomftcli), Ja. fjUoomfUltr fhiu$. Tuesday, July 92, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. fWNotlces of Mnrri&trnfl and Drtth not Mwcdlnir Foua 11non, will be innnrtuil free, snd 1'rlenrlH throughout tbe county are requettted to send such uotlcos iu. rWTrlbntMi at Respwt, poetrjr, o., will Invariably be ohartfed fur at Uie rate of five oouM per Hue. Duncannon, Blooiiifleld & LoysTillo It. R. THIS Company now behiK duly organized Is prepared to receive subscriptions to the Cap ital Stock. Subscription blanks can be bad at the Perry County Bank, or of cither of the otllcers of the Company at Bloomtleld, or of W. K. Swartz, at Duncannon. Mr. Jaines Wcllhenny lias also been appointed an Agent for receiving Subscrip tions. The Directors of the Company urfro 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. MCTNTIRK, WM. A. SrONBl.KK, Secretary. Treasurer. Bloomtle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

6 ljc meo, Him Blaomftelir, )a.. Tuesday, July 93,' 1873. TASU AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS MreinirttecommiinicattonafromaUpersonawhoare inlerented in matter! properly belonging to thit department. .Milk as Medicine. 'Tho Loudon Milk Journal says, on the authority of Dr. Bonjamin Clarke, that in tho East IndieB warm milk Is used to a great extent as a specific for diarrhoea. A pint every four hours will check tho most violent diarrhoea, stomach-acho, incipient cholera, and dysentery. The milk should tiover be boiled, but only boated sufficient ly to be agreeably warm, not too hot to drink. Milk which has been boiled is un fit tfruso. This writer gives several in stances to show the value of this substance '-in arresting this disease, among which is the following. The writer says: "It has never failed in curing in six or twelve hours, and I have tried it, I should think, fifty times. I have also given it to a dying nan who had been subject to dysentery eight months, latterly accompanied by on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

Srijc tmt0;Neu Oloamftclb, $)a. Philadelphia Advertisements. The Motor House, ON THE EUROPEAN FLAN, No. 23, Sonth Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with It a Tmmen ancs Dining Room for ladleand gentlomen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. '10 mw A Private Dinlwr Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions ol the house. ST. ELMO IIOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEUER, Proprietor, ."' 817 & 819 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $3.60 Per Day, THE 8T. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re fitted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping piace as tnere is in riutaaeipuia. o DAVY & HUNT'S GREAT WESTERN BAZAR . FOR CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311, 1313,1315 A. 1317 MARKET ST; 1 PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, ISfttipwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 69 to $125. . Family...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 July 1873

8- A Stranger RoMwd. KillcJ mid Disjointed In Chester County. A special correspondent at Fennlngton ville furnishes the following account of the late murder near that place : ' " Friday evening a farmer residing near here wm walking through the woods close to his home, when his attention was at tracted to a man's boot sticking out of the ground. He gave it a kick, and finding it solid, caught bold with both hands. 1 Giv ing a strog pull, he was perfectly bonified to find that he had unearthed not only a boot, but the leg of a man 1 - Hastily call ing for assistance he proceeded to Investi gate the mutter further. The efforts of himself and the other men, who had now , arrived, were rewarded by finding the body of a man, with both legs and arms cut off, v his throat severed from ear to ear, and three stabs through his ' body, the entire sickening mass being wrapped up in two 'horse blankets? Some explanation is thus given : : A coroner summoned a Jury, when the following facts were d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 July 1873

Iff f Hit T,?rrcjer. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPEK. . ' .' "JSJSJ'' "Vol. VII. New JBlooiriileltl, HPn,., Tuesday, Jvily- 21, 1873. No.,30. IS PDBI.I8HED EVERY TUESDAY MORNINO, BY . FEANE MORTIMER & CO., It New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Htonm Powor, nnd large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds ol Job-I'rlntlng lu Ijgod style aud at Low Vrices. AiVErtTISIKG ItATKSl Transient 8 Cents perllnO for one Insertion 13 " two Insertions 15 "three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. 9For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. A PAHODY. The girls are all a fleeting I 'w, For man's illusion given, Their smiles of Joy, their tears of woe, Deceitful shine, deceitful flow, There is not one true In seven. And false the flash of beauties eye, As fading hues of even , And love, and laughter all a He, j : And hopes awakened but to die. There's not one true in seven. Poor mushrooms of a sunny day, Yet bloom ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 July 1873

2 Miss Fortescue the Seamstress, , FORTUNE'S CHANGES, CONrtlTOKl). T IMIE all-important Saturday evening at last came. At an early hour an eldor- 1y gentleman, liaving a veiy gonial aspect, 'called on Alice and Introduced himself as Mr. Fryor, chairman, etc., eto. After the first salutations were over, Alice expressed her deep obligations to the committee for their very flattering and unexpected offer. Finding that her caller was disposed to be Bociable nd chatty, she jestingly remark 'ed: "In offering me this engagement, Mr. Pryor, it would seem that the gentlemen of the committee have been a little venture some, for they talk me entirely on trust." " In part, Miss Fortescue, but not en tirely," said the gentleman, with a good humored smile. "Surely no one, with tho exception of my mother," rejoined Alice, " has heard me sing sinoe I have resided here." " Pardon -me," replied Mr. Pryc, "I thick you labor under a slight mistake !" " 1 am positive, sir," said Alice, '" that I have no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 July 1873

I)C imcs, Nau loomftelir; JJoV Perry County Bank! flponsler, .finikin fc Co. Tllft nntarsign id, hnvlng 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, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, NEW BLOOMPIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period ot not over 60 days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New Vork. On time Deposits, five per cent for any time over lour months ; and for f our months four per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility for doing a Banking Business; and knowing, and tor 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 Hrst Bank ever established in Perry county, we hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by all the business men, farmers and mechanics. This...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 July 1873

4 Ije timc0, Nttti Bloontftelitv Jpflu NEW BLOOMFIELI), TENN'A. Tuesday, July 29, 1873. 'i y$ tW-Mawrs. B. P. Bowman Co., No. 80 North th Ptrrtrtt. nro our duly nnttiortzwl urtvertiufnif Mrentn for Phtltdelphla. Advertisers m make coutracU with tawn at our lowest rauw. The Boston Trauecript says "that persons who send poetry to the newspapers should always retain copios." In most cases it would be better to retain tho original, and to take no copy. , t Tuk New York election this year com prises an entire State Senate to serve for two years, an entire Assembly to serve for one year, and seven State officers for the term of two years. All but two of the State officers whose terms expire are Ho publicans. At Schenectady, last week Charles Clack' 1111- aF Ws T w ... wm.na v.. .. 1... 1, n V. . II wju AlV'J, TTna lull U J U1D Ciuoinnati express train on the Central road, and badly mangled. Thomas Roach, , was run over and killed, aud Thomas Tar fey, of Crescent, Saratoga county, was drow...

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