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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 September 1873

Ijc imc0, New jBloomfietoJJaV Tuesday,. September 2, 1873. LOCAL D JE FA It T M E N T. CW Notice of MnrrlAirMi tnd De&ths not excw-dln rous linen, will be Inserted fnic, and friends throughout the comity Are requested to Bend such uutlceB iu. I W Tributes of Respect, Poetry, hei., will Invariably bo ctaarKed for at the rate of viva couta per Hue. Diincannon, Bloomflcld & Loysyllle I!. B. rpiIIS Company now being ilnly organized Is JL prepared to receive subscription!! to the Cap ital Stock. (Subscription blanks can be lind at the Perry County Hank, or of either of theolllcers of the Company at Bloomtleld, or of VV. U. Swartz, nt Diincannon. Mr. James Mclllienny lias also been appointed an Agent fur 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 tiie road cau te commenced tills season. F. MonTTMMt, President. J. T. MoTNTlRR, WM. A. SrONBI.EH, Secretary. Treasurer. Bloomfl...

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. — 2 September 1873

6 etljc hues, Nciu Dloomftcltr, JJa. Tuesday, September 2, 1S73. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS JTc fneffe comrnHnfcnMoniifrom ffli! versonmrhoare interested in mailers properly belonging to this department. . Lands Unimproved and Improved. BY rilOlf. J. D. UUTLEn. A. lady having two lovers, Accepted the oue who was poor but smart, rather than the other who was rich but an imbecile. When asked the reason of her choice she said : " A man who is poor may got over it ; but if one is a natural-born fool, he novor can got over it." She is a good modol for a farmer. Lot him prefor a Nebraska farm, for its capa bilities though unimproved, rather than improved but fertile land further East. Kobraska land has no defocts which it cannot got over. But this is more than can be said of the sterile regions, whore the characteristics are stumps, stones steeps and swamps, as well as a soil on which one may sow a bushel and reap only a peck. , No making a silk purse out of a cow's ear. Better a fortune in...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 September 1873

ljc .mt0,.'Neu ISloomftcl Jci. Philadelphia Advertisements. TFIletoriS, ON THE EUEOrEAN PLAN, . No. 23, South Tcntli Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, .... Proprietor. rpniS Hotel has connected with It n Temper JL ancb Dinino Boom for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonnblo prices. 7 10 -A Private Dining Doom for ladles and children has also been added to tho accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FOEMEKLY "THE UNION,") JOS. 31. FEWER, Proprietor, 317 & 810 ARCH' STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $50 Per Day, THK 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 FOB CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311, 1313,1310 A. 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA, Superior work of our own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, S80.upwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 65 to $125. Family...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 September 1873

8 )t Slimes Nciu JSlaomftelir, J)a. 0 SOLD. A Stockton, (Col.) paper tells the follow ing good joke : "Where the road between Merced and Snelling crosses tbe Merced river that stream is about two hundred yards in width, and even at this season of tho year, when the water is quite low, it looks like a dangerous and deop stream to cross. A short time since, a patent medicino agent, traveling on horseback through that sec tion, came to the river and hesitated about attempting to ford it as he saw the wide ex panse of rushing waters. There is no bridge anywhere along there, so after some indecision he concluded to swim his horse across. Spying a boy fishing in a small punt tied to the bank, he said : "Hello, bub!" "Hollo, yourself." " Can I get you to take my clothes across the river in your boat?" "I rekin you kin, if you'vo got any soap." " All right, I'll give you a quarter to take over my clothes and this carpot-Back to the opposite shore." To this the boy nodded assent, and tho str...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

TERMS: flU.SG Per Year, J r Year,) CE. ) AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 75 Cento or 6 Months f 40 Cta. for 3 months. JiV AD VANi Vtol. VII. New Ulooinlieltl, I?a., Tuesday, September J), 1873. TVo. 36. IS PUBLiailED EVERY TUESDAY HORNINO, BT FRANZ MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder ana tioo-rresses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING BATES I Traruimt 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 " " twoinsertions 15 " " three insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. 3-For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Kissing the Servant 'Girl. I, CONFESS I was very angry. Woll, I may as well begin at the beginning and tell you the whole story. When I mar ried Tom Wilkins, all my friends said I had mode a fool of myself really thrown myself away with my advantages, too. I should have done so much botter, and much more to the sam...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

STORIES BY A DETECTIVE. THE COLBY MURDER. ; CONTINUED. .. , I REPLIED by tolling him that I be lieved in his innocence rather strange for a detective, I admit and that I should at once set about searching for the guilty party. The clothing And knife lookod bad against Earl, but ho stoutly doclared that he had never seen the knife before, and that the suit was an old one which he no longer wore, and had hung up in the closet two months boforo. Taking one of the officers along, I made a midnight visit to the Colby mansion, greatly surprising William the servant at the readiness with which I found my way to the library. Everything was as found when the murder was first known, except that the body had been removed to another room. There were the great blood Btains on the carpet, two chairs lying on the floor, blood on the writing-desk, and other evi dences to show tho thorough work of the murderer. Sending every one away, I took a more careful survey. There were just the number of doors...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

new '. --o:r:k: CON TIN EN1 1 AL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, 8TRICTL lr J LTT LT ISSUES nil the new forms of rollcles, and pre sents as favorable terms as any company In the United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and the pulley held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeiture. No extra charges are mado for traveling permits. Policy-holders share in the annual prolttsof the Company, and have a voice lu the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical feecharged. I.. IK. FROST, President. M. B. Wymkoop, Vice Fres't. J. P.Rogeks, Bec'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No. 8 North Third Street, College Block, Harrisburg, Pa. THOS. II. MILMGAN, 6121y ' Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Nponsler, Juiikiii & Co. THE undersign id, 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, OPPOSITE THE C...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, September 0, 1873, iI3 tW Mwwt. K. P. Bowman ft Co., Nn. 80 North 61 h street, are our duly authorized advertising aventfl for rtnladi'lnhla. Advertinura cau make ooutracts with tliaru at our lowest ratoa. A Mihnesota Farmer's convontion has nominated a full state ticket. Their platform denounces both political parties as corrupt and subservient to Individual interest. Editorial excursions and reunions are becoming quite popular throughout the State. They are getting them up now by Congressional districts. What say the ink-slingers of the "old fifteenth" Cum berland, Porry and York (of which thero are about thirty-five), to a little jaunt of this kind before tho close of the season, say to Hunter's Run in Cumberland, Wil liams' Grovo in York, or tho Warm Springs in this county 1 Duneannon Record. The cuggesMou is a good one and we hope will meet with favor throughout tho District. Thk active political canvass now going on in Massachusetts recalls an ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

Stye 5ttmc0, Ntro Sla0mficlir, pa. Tuesday, September 0, 1S73. LOCAL DJSPAn TMJSNT. tf Notioes of Marrlatres and Deaths not exceedlnir TOCB lines, will be inserter free, and friends throUKhout the oouuty are requoHted to tend such mitioua in. IW-Tribntesof Respect, Poetry, he., will invariably be chawed fur at the rate of rivi cents per line. Duucannon, Blooniflelti & Lojsvllle R. R. SHIS Company now being duly organized Is prepared to receive subscriptions to the tap Stock. Subscription blanks can be had at the Perry Comity Bank, or of either of the i officers of the Company at Uloomfleld, or of W. R. Bwartz, ftt Duucannon. Mr. James Moll henny has also been appointed an Agent lor 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. Mt'lNTIRR, WM, A. BPONHI.KK, (Secretary. Treasurer. Bloomfleid, May 27, 1873. yA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

6 fat Slo0mfitItr Shuts. Tuesday, September 9, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invUecommunicattonsfrom all pertnntvhoare interested in matters properly belonging to IMS department. Cultivation of Indigo. The cultivation and manufacture of indi go is a great Industry in Bongal, butof late years no little inconvenience has been ex perienced from tUo disaffection of the "ryott," or native peasantry. There are frequent disputes about the terms of the agreement between these laborers and the capitalists who advance the money for sow ing and harvesting the crop. The manufacture of the mahai, as it is called by the natives, commences about the first week in July. At this season the indigo plant is cut and carted to the factory. The leaves and stalks of the plant are steeped in vats from twelve to fifteen hours, the time which is calculated to be sufficient to extract its properties. The water is next let oil' into a lower or " beat ing vat," and the mass is agitated until the pulp begins...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

STIjc imc0, Ntu) Bloomftcto )a. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements, Philadelphia AdTertiscments. Philadelphia Advertisements. - vof -r Tie Holeton House, ' ON TUB EUROPEAN TLAN, No. 23, South 'Tenth Street, PHItADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, .... Proprietor. TIII8 Hotel has connected with It a Temper. an(!E Dinino Room for ladles anil gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. ' 7 10 W A Private Dining Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION.") JOS. M. FEU EK, Troprlelor, 317 & 819 AKCII STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60 Per Day. TUB 8T. 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 'M DAVY & HUNT'S GREAT WESTERN BAZAR FOB CARRIAGES & HARNESS. 1311,1313,1310 II 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. , Superior work of our own, and other...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 September 1873

8 ljc t&tmec, Nero Bloomftcl!), fln. For the Bloomflold Times. United Brethren Camp Meeting. Perry Camp In located near Mont nulla furnace, held by Duncannon Hint ion and Terry Circuit. Friday morning August 22. 1873. This morning the place Is alive with people arranging for the comfort and convenlcnco of themselves and friends. The day being favorable everything was pleasantly arranged at 8.16 P. M., the people were Tor the first time called together tor public wor ship, Rev. O. A. Colestock preached from Jere mlah 822. The sermon was pointed. Followed by. J. Erb. Saturday morning Is quite lovely and every per son seems 'cheerful. At 7.30 A. M. the tent holders were called togetlier to determine on rules by which to govern the camp meeting. At 8.30 A.M., the congregation was Munitioned to the altar for praver und experience meeting. After somefer- vent prayers were olfcred up in behalf of Zion and the success of the camp-meeting, many partici pated in speaking for Jems. The hou...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

iPPHi '",r- '"'1:i::;"'vM,il':;;B SUP - ivlr't AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "fSJ25S:' VoLVII. L'; Now Bloomlield, Tuesdixy, September 10, 1873. TVo. 37. ' ' IS PUBLISHED XVBUT TUESDAY HOUMINO, BT PEAKS M0RTIMEB..& CO., ; At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Fa. Bln provided with Bteam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds o( Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVJEIITISINO UATKSl TrantitntH Cents per lino for one Insertion 18 " " two Insertions ' ! - 15 " i ' three Insertions Business Notice In Local Column 10 Cents per line. W-For longer yearly ailv'ts terms will be given upon application. How She was Cured. 66 "VTOW I am going to toll you just JL 1 what my husband said to me this morning, Doctor, -word for word," and the invalid, Mrs. Stephens, lay back again on the sofa pillows, tho very picture of mis ery. The family physician, who was called ou an average to the Stephens mansion three hundred and sixty times a year, drew a chair ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

l)c SEimc0f Hitvo Bloomftelir, )a. STORIES BY A DETECTIVE. THE COLBY MURDER. CONCLCDBD. TIIE next day, a visitor, who had the look and action of a detective, did actually pass through the shop, and some thing about Kingston's face made the stranger pause and take a long look. The circumstance was not unnoticed by the murderer, and I could see his face grow pale under the grim which covered it. After the visitor had passed along, I found a chance to whisper : " That's the same man who came along yesterday 1 He is looking after the Colby murderer I" You might thiuk that a man already in prison for a long sentence for burglary would care but little if suspected of a worse crime, but you would be mistaken. The difference between a life sontence for mur der and a sontence for burglary for ten years is so great, that I did not feci sur prised when I saw Kingston grow so weak that he had to loan against the forge for support. I Baw how tho shot had wound ed him, and realized more strongly ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

Ije tmcs,j New Bbainficliy flla. NEW, "YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, stbictl r -M rrtux Assets, SJ,050,I201.85 ! TSSTJESallthenew forms of Policies, and pre I Bents as favorable terms as any company In the United States. , Thirty days grace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies issued by this Company are non-forfeiture. , No extra charges are made for traveling permits. Policy-holders share In the annual proms of the Company, and have a voice In the elections and management of the Company. Wo policy or medical fee charged. L. W. FROST, President. ... M. B. Winkoop, Vice Pres't. J. P.IIookrs, Sec'y. J. T. EATON. General Agent, No.S Korth Third Street, College Block, Harrlsburg, Pa. TII03. H. MTLLIGAN, 0 42 ly Special Agent for Newport Perry County Bank ! Spons ler, J link in & Co. THE undersign id, having formed a Banking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

4 I)C imes, Ncur Bloomficllv f)u Ijlomnfuftr .'imts NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A, Tuestlay, September 16, 1873, ITW Messrs. E. P. Dowmah Po No. SO North 5th street, are our dulr authorized nlvertiiiinif atrenta for ,Vliil4ilrlili1a. Aiirortiscra can nuke contructa with them at our lowoat rutoe. Baltimore has again boon visited with a severe fire. This time the Holliday street theater with several other buildings, wore destroyed. TnE New York detectives have arrested Mrs. Benton, an important witness iq the Stokes case, who they have been looking for since the killing of Fisko. It is said Mrs. Benton saw Stokes throw away his pistol after the shooting. It is believed her evidence will bo fatal to Stokes. Mississirri has a statute that punishes and removes from office all found guilty of being drunk. This is a most excellent law, and, if enforced, should clear the courts of men who, having no power to govern them selves, should not be entrusted with tho law to govern others. Information has...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

Tuesday, September 16, 1873, LOCAL DEPARTMENT. nrNolliw of Mrrlwi nd Twwths nnt riwdtnij f-uu hiipb, win ur umenod live, and irleDftn tliroug-uuul the oouuty are requested to send such uuticen in. W" Tribute of Respect, Poetry, !., will Invsrtobly w vuainuu mt. Win ruu Ul FiVS WUU Wf ilU. Dtmcannon, Uloomflcld & LoysvlIIe R. R. fTIHIS Company now being duly organized In jl. iiirnnfra 10 receive suoscripuons io me unp. It-iil Stock. Subscription blanks can be Ii.nl at the Terry County Bank, or of either of the ofllceni of the Company at Mlnomltelil. or of W. K. Hwartz. at Duncannon. Mr. jumes Mcllhenny ha also uk'ii appointed an Agent lor receiving ouuscrip tinns. The Directors nf the flnmnanv nrire nnon the citizens of the County, the importance of prompt uuiion so mat me worK 01 gruuuig tne roau can ue commenced tills season. Mortimbb, President. J. T. McTntirh. . Wm. A. H111N8I.KH. Secretary.' Treasurer. 13100 m held, May a, wa. Wanted. Two'girls to do housework to whom good w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

6 Tuesday, September 16, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS lion Sugar Is TarHlcd. If there still are people who prefer dark brown sugar to white aa being" sweeter" and "richer," we commend to their atten tion the following, describing the condition in which sugar arrives from the South, and the processes which are found necessary to rid it of extraneous dirt : First, the sugar in filthy black bags, hogsheads covered with mud, and boxes smeared over with bilge water and filth, was landed at the Williamsburg docks, where you see those immenso sugar-houses. The stevedores carried it back to a big cop per vat filled with' hot water, broke open the boxes, cut open the bags, and knocked in the heads of the hogsheads, and let it all dirt, mud, sticks, niggers' shoes, old hats, pipes, bones, undissolved newspapers, and sleeveless shirts yes, let it all slide In to the vat together. What, all this dirt ? Yes, and more too. They placed the filthy old hogsheads, soiled bags and dirty boxes into a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. The IIoMonlisB, . ON THE EUROPEAN TLAN. No. 23, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON, i 1 . . Proprietor. THia Ilotel has connected with It a Tkmpur anci Dinino Room for ladle and gentlemen, whore meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. - A Private Dining Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accoinmoda tlons of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY " THE UNION,") J0S.M. FEGEK, . Proprietor, 817 & ,810 ARCH 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 CHEAT WESTERN BAZAR FOR CARRIAGES &. HARNESS. 1311, 1313,1310 & 1317 MARKET ST. PHILADELPHIA. Sutierior work of onr own, and other good Manufacturers at very low prices. Top Buggies, ff80.upwards. Dearborn or Market Wagons 65 to 8125. Family 'Wagons, 80 to 200, ' H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 September 1873

Mmm 8 A STRANGE STORY. Is Wilkes nootit SU11 Allrel The St. Louis Hapublioany- pt the8tl Inst., has tills sensation : . , v Recently a reporter of.' tue' Beputliean learned from Mr Etonry Maury,, of ibis city, the particulars of a romarknUe story. It was no less than an' alleged meeting be tween Wilkes Booth and one of his ac quaintances, the account of which Mr. Maury had from the lips of the man who met the assassin. ' During the month of June Mr. Maury had visited Florida, making a tour of busi ness and pleasure combined, visiting nu merous places of note Pensacola, Key West, Dry Tortugas, and about the first of July was en route for New Orleans and Memphis on board of a Mississippi river steamer. Among the passengers he notic ed one of soldierly boaring, about forty-five years of age, and wearing about his dress something that denoted a seafaring man. Mr. Maury was thrown into his company, and soon found that he was a man of refinement and polished manners. My name, said the nar...

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