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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

fili ftit TERMS 1 Per Yenr,) J.Y .4.D VANCE. ) AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 7B Cents for 6 Months f 4L0 Cts.for 3 months. Vol. VII. New 331oonifiell, Fix., Tiieaiy, .A.iiSiit lO, 1873. rs o. 33. l i ft 5 iOIX ht Iomnfifltr (inus. IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MOHXINO, DI FEANK 1I0ETIMEE & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Ta. Belnp! provided with Steam Power, and large Uynmier unu joi-i'renses, we niepiupftieu to do all kinds of Job-1'rlntlng lu tcood style and at Low Trices. ADVERTISING HATES 1 Transient 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 12 " " twolnsortlons 15 " " "three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. 9-For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. t Tlio Mislaid Letter. I AM Aunt Gunter. Job Guntcr ia my husband. We keep the Anchor Port Post Ofllco and a store, and sell groceries and garden sass, calico, shoes and medi cines, like other folks in our Hue, when anybody asks for 'em. When a ship comes in, and the sailors como h...

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. — 19 August 1873

STORIES BY A DETECTIVE. A Whited Sepulchre. fci 1NE day the confidential clerk be S longing to a large Arm called upon me, and Bald tliat he was deputed, by one of the principals of his house, to consult with mo concerning a systematic robbery which hnd been going on for somo time In the concern, and to engago my assistance. I will call this clerk Phillips, the name of the principalshall be Redding. The two other principals were absent, one in the South, the othor iu Europe. Mr. Thillips told me fully how for a long time different goods had been constantly disap pearing, that lately tho robberies had been largely increasing, and that now great quantities of the most valuable goods wore missing. He calculated tho loss that had been experienced, within the space of the last few months only, at eighteen hundred dollars, and it consisted in silks, satins, laces, and goods of that kind. Tho loss might possibly havo bocn greater since it was quite likely that many things takon had not yet...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

Stljc hues, Jfctt) Bloomftcl&t, 3a; Perry County Bank! NpoiiMler, .lunktii A Co. THE undersign ?d, having formed a Banking As soclatlon under the above name and style, me now roady to do a Uoneral Banking business at tlielr new Banking House, on Centre Square, orroaiTB the court house, 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, five per cent for any time over four months ; and for four months four por cent. We are well provided with all and every facility fordoing a Banking Business i 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 ;andthls being the first Bank ever established In Ferry county, we hope we will bo sustained In our efforts, by all the business men, farmers and mechanics....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, August 19, 1S7U. si 1 CTf" Mewr. E P. Bowman ft f!n No. BO North Mh treet.re our duly anttimueil ailvertitmtK nin'utH for Philadelphia. Advertisers cnn nmUe cimtruetn with them at our lowest rate. Tiieiie is no nonsenso in tlio following resolution passed by a farmers meeting at Clifton, 111 : Itenolved, That we believe a thief should be called a thief, without regard to Bocial or political standing, and we characterize tlio recent salary grab by our Congress and Presidont as no better than a steal. Tnm Republican convention for nomina ting Treasurer and Supreme Judge, met in Ilarrisburg on Wednesday last. R. W. Jlackay was nominated for Treasurer on the first ballot. For Supreme Judge, Hon. Isaac Gordon, of Jefferson county, was nominated on tho tenth ballot, the other candidates being Judge Paxson, of Philadelphia, and Wm. Butler, of Chester. The candidate for Judge is but little known to tho public, though lie is highly spoken of at home. If less ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

ljc unco, Ntuj'BIoomfiel 3a lit flo0mfUIb ftmts. Tuesday, August 19, 1873. LOCAL D E PA 11 TMENT. t tr Nutlet nf Mnrrlnveit snd Deaths not cxf po'ltiw four linos, will he inserted free, nncl frlfii'lH throuKliuut the county arts rcqurHU-U to sewl nucli notices lu. tW Tributes nf Itiwrwt, Poetry, Ac, will Invariably be cutirKccl for at the rate of fivk cents ier Hue. Piincannon, Uloomflrid & LoysTlHo It. B. THIS Company now being duly organized Is prepared to rcculve .subscript Ions to the Cap iliil Mock. Subscription blanks can be had at the lVrry County Hank, or of either of thoolllcers o the Company at BlooinhVM, or of W. K. Swartz, at Duncunnon. Mr. James Mclllienny has also been appointed an Agent for receiving Subscrlp. tlons. The Directors of the Company urgo upon the citizens or the County, the Importance of prompt action so that the work of grading the load call be commenced this season. F. MoRTiMEit, President, J. T. MrlNTIKE, WM. A. SrONSLKH, Kecrclarv. Treasurer. Moom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

6 Ije intC0, Nttu Bloomftelir 3a. jfoi fitontfitllt tnws. Tuesday, August 19, 1873. FABM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS (Fe nt(ecommin;rt((onrom ail jwrsojwwionrs interested in matters properly belonging to tliit atpanmem. UlossCIotli. A correspondent from the Vienna Exhi bition gays : One little machine interested mo, as it pertains to a new art of cloth making from glass. While in the glass ex hibition the day bcforo, I noticed a glass with silky-looking articles, and as feath ers, children's hats, collars, cuffs, etc., of not very tastoful stylos attracting consider able attention. Sure enough here wore the articles made of glass of which we have road during the last Bix months, and also a real pioco of cloth of the samo material. According to promise I endeavored to pro euro some of the latter for a wedding vest for a bachelor friend j but It does not seom to be for sale being only made for a 8am plo. The feathers were for sale, and not at all dear. I was given Bomo specimens of tho silk a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. The Holeton House, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, No. 23, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON Proprietor. THIS Hotel lias connected with It a Temper ance Pining Room for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 7 10 A Private Dining Koom for ladles and children has also been audod to tlio accommoda tions oi the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEWER, Proprietor, 317 & 819 AKCII STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $3.60 Per Day, THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-lotted and refurnished, so that it will le found as comfortable, and pleasant a stopping place as thore Is In Philadelphia. 6 29 DAVY & HUNT'S GREAT WESTERN BAZAR FOR CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 131 1, 1313, 1318 & 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, J80. upwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 65 to 8125. Family Wagons, 80 to (200, Harness...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 August 1873

8 lje tints, New Blomnftclii, JJn. A Large Brick House Unlit In a Day. The newspapers of Lancaster, rennsyl vnnia, publish an account of tho building of a brick dwelling house in that city in ton and a half hour, tho matorial having been prepared and collected on the site previous to the commencement. Tho house is twonty feet by thirty on the ground floor, two stories .in height, and contains oight rooms. There were in all upward of 100 workmen employed. The collar foun dation was already laid, and at precisely six o'clock Friday morning the men went to work. The Examiner thus describes the labor : " Mr. J. T. .Heading, photographer, was present with his apparatus, and took views every fifteen minutes of tho building and tho workmon while in motion, which, of course, produced some ridiculous pictures men, white and colored, in almost every position, are to bo seen represented. At 8 o'clock A. M. tho structure was advanced to the height of one story, with two floors ground and second...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

Ifli 1 llllltllllf I "1 "3 D B II iLT:YJ W A AA . a .t.-A III C '11.51 I1 IS B Ic!l ij p TERMS rerjear.l mDEpENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "tfal' Voli' VlI. Now Bloomfield, Pa., Tuesday, August 2G, 1873. TVo. 34. IS PCBLI8IIED EVERT TUESDAY MOHNIN0, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfield, Perry Co., Pa. Being provided with Btcam Power, and large Cylinder una Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds o( Job-l'rinting iu good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING RATES t Transient 8 Cents per lino for one insertion 18 " " twolnsertlons 15 " " " three insertions Bnsiness Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. - 4-For longer yearly adv'ts terms will bo given upon application. MARY CLAYTON. NEAR the close of a sultry afternoon In August, two youug men might have been seen emerging from a narrow path that lod through the woods upon An unfrequented road. As they seated thorn solves to rest beneath an overspreading elm, aud raised their coarse, broad-brimmed hats to wipe the drops ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

2 STORIES BY A DETECTIVE. A Whited Sepulchre. CONCLUDED. I ENGAGED upon a business of rather Jk pressing nature, I one day rode in a Fourth Avenue car to the New Haven Depot at Twenty-seventh Street. Two women got into the car at Eighth Street. They might have been taken for fashionably-dressed ladiet, if they had not been dirty an unfailing mark cither of low birth or sudden and rapid wealth. The car was full of people with their travelling bags, going on by the Boston train, and, as no one else stood up, I did so, and gave one of the ladies my place. The fooling of sympathy, or otherwise which sometimes arises, is a curious phenomenon, and I can not to this day explain to myself how it was ; but, before I had even glanced at the dress which this woman wore, it occurred to me that in her I might find the clue to unravel the mystery of the thefts at Mr. Redding's. But so it was. The silk which I had seen at Mr. Bedding's, and which struck me at the time as so peculiar in pat tern an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

I)c hues, Netu. JSlooinfitlir, Jau Terry, County Bank I 4 ii Bponster, .finikin A Co. TH E undersign 1, having formed a Banking As sociation uiidor the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking Home, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE THE COURT BO USB, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period ol not over 60 days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, live per cent, forany time over four months; and for four months four percent. 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 f 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, farmers and mechani...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

4 l)c me0, New Bloomftcft, )a. if Ijc fUoomfidtr iimts NEW BLOOJIFIELD, PESN'A. Tuesday, Auffust 20, 1873. Messrs. E. P. Bowmah Co., No. X) North Mh KtriM't, are our duly authorized HdvertljdnK flouts tor Miiladi li'hla. Ailvprtiners cu make contracts with tlu-iu at our loweat rates. " Up to the present time the Menon- itcs in Trussia, a religions sect numboring over 200,000, have been excused from doing military duty on the ground of their belief that war was a cardinal sin. It has recent ly beou declared, however by the German cabinet that they must hereafter do milita ry duty along with those who havo no scruples about shedding the innocent blood of their fellow men. This docision being promulgated, the members resolved to come to this country iu a body. It is stated that the Northorn Pacific Railroad Company is trying to induce thorn to settle on their lands. It is also stated that tho Jews of Romania have resolved to leavo their country in a body, on account of tho per secution...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

Tuesday, August 26, 1873. LOCAL DEPAR TMENT. f W Nntlcw of Mnrrlnrnn nd Death not execedfnir ril'B linen, will 1 iiiHi'iled f re ly, and irlenriH throughout the county are requwtcd to send such notlccn lu. W-Tributes of noupppt, Poetry, will Invariably be chanted for at the rate of five cente ier Hue. Duucannon, Bloomficld & Loysvllle It. II. TIII3 Company now being duly organized Is prepared to receive subscriptions to the Cap ital Mock. Subscription blanks can be had nt the Perry County Bank, or of either of the officers of the Company at Bloomtleld, or of W. It. Bwartz, at Duucannon. Mr. James Mcllhenny has also been appointed an Aticut for receiving Subscrip tions. The Directors of tho Company urge upon the citizens of tho County, the Importance of prompt action so that the work of grading tho road can be commenced this season. F. Mortimer; President. - J. T. McInttkk, Wm. A. Sponsi.kh, Secretary. Treasurer. Uloomllcld. May 27, 1873. Hurt. On last week Monday, a young man na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

6 Stlje mcs, Him Bloomftcllx JJcu m fUoflmfuttr 11110. Tuesday, August 26, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS jrentK(commn(caHon(iromaix!rKmicftoar interested tit malten profertV belonging to tM ttepanment. Bent Time to Exterminate Bushes. A farmer in westorn New York, writing to the Herald says : Having been brought up on a farm I used to hear much said by farmers in regard to the " beat time for cutting bushes, etc., and remember well the many uncertainties that existed and the various opinions given on the subject. Some recommended to cut at ope season, lome at another : some regardod the " moon," others the " signs," &o. I also remember that the same kind of under brush, if cut at one season would start again and grow luxuriously, but if cut at another would be completely " used up." I have also, within the last few years, had opportunity to notice the same fact ; and the conclusion at which I have arrived Is, that different shrubs or bushes, trees, etc., may be cut at different...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

ljc time Nero Bloomficlfr, )au Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Adrortlsements. HUMOROUS Tlie Holeton House, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, No. 28, South Tenth " Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, . Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with It a Temper, ancb Diking Koom for Indies and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 7 10 W A Frivate Dining Boom for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions ol the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. 31. FEGER, Proprietor, 817 & 010 ARCn STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day, THE 8T. ELMO In centrally located and has been re-tltted anil 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 M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 26 August 1873

8 2J)C mc0, Ncu Bloomftdu, JJa. The Largest Clothing House In America 18 " Uak Hall I" Wanamaker i: Brown. SouOuaH Cor. of Sixth and Market Street, rhiladelphuu The grcatOBt of Grecian philosophers tie. dared that ma-u was simply a biped with out feathers, and one of the chief objects of existence of a large class of men among civilized communities seems to be, most tastefully to mako up for this deficiency. "What to eat," and " Wherewithal shall we be dollied 7" are the two great ques tions which make up the Bum of man's tern poral wants. As we advance in culture we also improve in dress, and our perfection in the latter is no bad criterion of our po sition iu the scale of civilization and refine ment. The ready-made clothiug business in this , country has made prodigious strides j and under the stimulating influences of taste combined with energy and capital, this country can claim to be ono of the best- dressed nations on the globe. New York City for many years had almost exclusi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 September 1873

rsi'iia .jirvyii i ii ei r ai m 91 il xi if 41 ii a ie a ie 31 TERMS t flJl.as Per Year 1 I2T A D VANCE. JVol. VII. IS PUBLISH KD EVERT TUE8DAT H0BNINQ, BY FEANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Steam Power, nnd large Cylinder and Jon-Presses, we are prepared to do all kind of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Trices. ADVKUTISING BATES) Trantitnt 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 two Insertions 15 ' throe insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. MFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. JOHN JANEIN'S SERMON. The minister said last night, says be, " Don't be afraid of glvin'i If your life ain't nothln' to other folks, Why, what's the use o' livln'?" And that's what I say to wife, says I, There's Brown, the mis'rablo sinner, He'd sooner a beggar would starve than give A cent toward buyln' a dinner. I tell yon our minister's prime, he is, But I couldn't quite determine, When I heard him a-glvln...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 September 1873

STORIES BY A DETECTIVE. , TIIE COLBY fflUKDES. ' TPVTD you ever hear of the Colby mur , I , dor ? Perhaps not, although the facta in regard to it wore published far and vide, and the largo reward offered for the detec tion of itho murderer, as well as other cir cumstances connected with the case, gave it notonoty throughout tho whole West. A handsomer girl than handsome Nellie Colby was never seen in Georgetown. I say Georgetown, - because I intend to conceal the real name of tho place, acting upon the request of at least two individuals who were chief actors in the sad drama. A tall red-checked, black-eyed girl, with tresses which a romancer would call raven, with poarly teeth and little white hands, a form lithe and graceful, a voice soft and sweet as the song of a bird was it any wonder that the old, the young and the middle-aged of Georgetown said, "God bless Nellie Colby 1" whenever sho appear ed 1 And Bhe was not praised entirely for her beauty. She was as good as she was love...

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

3STE-W YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STJtlCTL Y M UT UA L ! Ahso(, jo,o."o,sioi.-tr : I8STJK8 all the new forms of Policies, and pre. sents as favorable terms asany company lu tUe United Htutes. Thirty days' (trace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeiture. No extra charges are madefor traveling permits. Policy-holders share In the annual profits of the Company, and have a voice iu the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical fee charged. W. FROST, PreMmt, M. I). Wynkoop, VlcePres't. J. P.Rooeps, Scc'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No. 6 North Third fitreet, College Mock, Harrlsburg, Ta. TH03. II. MII.MOAN, 6 12Ily (Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank ! &lon.ler, .In 11 kin fe Co. THE undersign 'd, having formed a Hanking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 September 1873

4 l)e GKrncs, Htm Bloomfteltr, )a. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, September 2, 187S. 1ST- Mwm. E. P. Bowmaw t Oo., No. 80 North 6th ptrmrt. are our duly authorized advortiatutf atrpnts for Pulladnlphla. Advertisers can make contracts with tliom at our lowest rates. TnB State Agricultural fair will be held at Erie, commencing September SOtli, and continuing until Oct. 8d. The officers of the association are endeavoring to make the fair even more successful than it was last year. About $7,000 have beon expend ed this summer in improving the grounds and erecting a grand stand capable of seat ing 2,500 persons. A Letter from Philo, Illinois, says tho nineteen car-loads of corn, shipped by the granges from the Tolouo to Toledo, re alizes ten to twenty per cent, above the usual profit. Encouraged by this, the granges have called for more cars, and are going to erect elevator buildings and ma--chinery of their own. Tns Farmers Granges in this State are distributed in the different counti...

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