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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

fllll' MS r-irt! 1 1,11,3 It I r.i III 1 fit r TO " E R A NK M O R TIMER, Editor end, Proprietor. "Vol. Hi Js Published Weekly, At New HloomlicM, Pciin'a . BY PRANK MORTIMER. stuiscnirTioN thumb. DOLLAR PER YEAR! IN ADVANCE. ADVliliTlHINO KATES. 7Vaiic 8 Cents per lino for one iin-wtion. 12 " " " two insert ions 15 " " "three insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cent! per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect &e., Ten cents per lino. YEARLY ADVEIITISEMKNTS. One Square per year, including; paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, including paper, 12 (10 Three Squares " " 10 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square Lindsay's Wedding : OR THE TWENTIETH OP DECEMBER. I WAS only her father's housekeeper, Marian Douglass Aunt Manny slio used to call me a decent Scotch body, and old-time nurse to Lindscy's mother. Mrs. Walton had been Scotch. It was from thence that the girl got her name and her bonny yellow hair....

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 May 1870

2 l)c imc0, Nctu Bloomfttli), 3a. A Conductor Badly Sold. A CHICAGO paper tells the follow lowing good story, as an event hav ing happened on a road having its termi nus in that city : On a recent trip there came aboard the train at Adrian a well-dressed, though modest little woman, heal ing in her arms (i cherub of Home three mouths of age. The woman with her child took a seat in (ho ladies' car. Soon (lie conductor came along to collect the fares. "When he ar rived at the seat occupied by the little woman ho appeared 'slightly confused, but regaining his equilibrium, asked to boo her ticket. She replied that she was not possessed of the desired piece of pasteboard, neither had ihc the w here with to purchase the article. Koine con versation in a low tone then occurred be tween the conductor and his impecunious passenger, when he turned about and go ing to the gentlemen occupying the coach told them that the woman was a deserv ing creature, who had met with misfor tune through the ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

(iilje imcs. Hero SMoomficft, 13a. 3 DAMKINC MOUSE OF HENRY CLEWS & CO., (United States Treasury Buildings) Xo. 32 Wall Street, X. 1. FTKIF, business of our House Is the. same. In all respects, as that of an Incorporate Hank. Cheeks anil Drafts upon us pass through the Clear ItltJt House. Corporations, rinns, and Individuals keeping Hank Accounts with us, either In Currency or old. will be allowed I'ive Per Cent. Interest per annum, on all daily balances, ami can check at hiubt without, notice. Interest credited and Ac count Current rendered Monthly. We ire prepared at all times to make advances to our Dealers on approved Collaterals, at market rate. Certificates of Peposit Issued, pavable on de mand, or after lixed date, bearintr liiteriMt at. the current rate, and available in all parts of the count ry. Collections made prompt lv everywhere in the United States, Canadas and Kurope. Dividends and Coupons promptly Collected, We buy. sell, and cNchamre all Issues of Govern ment H...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

4 t fjloomfitlu pints. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, May 24, 1S 70. A Petition is in circulation among the ladies in New York requesting the Governor to commit McFarland to the insane asylum. We think it a good idea, and would suggest that the jury who ren dered the verdict, and Mr. Graham, iMc Farland's counsel ought to be sent along with him. Elections in New York City are fast becoming a farce. On the 17th instant, Eiyhty-fivc thousand registered voters succeeded in casting over one hundred thousand votes. With the unblushing fraud practiced by both parties in that city, we can hardly see the use of taking the trouble, and submitting to the expense of an election. Quite a number of the papers arc busy nominating a suitable candidate for our next Governor, and discussing the merits of the various men meutioned. They appear to forget the proverb "that suffi cient for the day is the evil thereof," and show a disposition to meet trouble even more than half-way. The excitement of s...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

l)c mc5, New Bloomficlii, ftct. 5 Tuesday, May 24, 1S70. LOCAL D E PA 11 T M E N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with this article marked, may know that 1 hey should mail or oth erwise scud the subscription price, if they wish to continue to receive The Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please bea r I n mind tiial letters received later than .Saturday eve Hint:, or the down mail on Monday morning' have to lay over until the following week. Acknowledgement is made of receipt's for subscription sinco our lust issue from eaeh of the following persons. Mrs. Elizabeth March, David M. Rine Miiitli, Annio E. Turliott, Solomon Heedor, David lless; Wilson W.Gray; all of Terry county. Dr. J. A. Armstrong, Waterloo ; Wm. A. Stambaugh, West Unity, Ohio ; Clara II. Zeigler, Carlisle ; Rogers Marshall & Co., Philadelphia ; Samuel B. Snowden and S. A. Watson, Rochester, N. Y. The Sew School House for this borough is now being pushed rapidly along. It is sin...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

6 FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communications from all personswhn are interested in matters properly belonging to this department. Itcmcdics for Garget. A writer in Moor's Rural New York er eays : " Having a fine young cow to calve shortly after, and finding that her udder was very much inflamed and caked, I concluded to try a solution of ammonia, which I always keep in the stable for abating inflammation from. wounds and bruises on the horse, composed of one half to three-quarters of an ounce of mu riate of ammonia to one quart of water, and although the swelling was not ail gone the next morning, it was in about three days, and I think if wo had wash ed or bathed her bag five or six times a day, instead of two or three times a day, the cure would have been much sooner effected. Another states that two ounces of rc ' lined ifaltpetro dissolved in water, and given every night and morning, would effect a speedy cure of garget. I never found it necessary to give more than four l...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Adrertiscincnts. DRUC3, MEDICINES AND PAINTS. Philadelphia A dvertisenicnts. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, lSooH'cSlcr ami MtUilioners, P.LASK HOOK MASVFACTUllEIM, Ami Dealers tu WINDOW CURTAINS AND WAILl. B.MPJI2Z8, No. 430, Market Street, 51 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CUAP.LES 31 AG AUG 15 & CO., Wholesale Dealers in No 39, 32, and 21, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Paper any Size, Weight, Color ami Quality, nuilu to order, at short notice. luly-ii S0WH, IIAIIXES & POTTS, And Dealers in CURT A I N AND No. 530 Market anil 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 13. Publishers o Sanders' New Headers, and P.rooks1 Antnmctics. Also, Hubert's History ol tlie United States, Teltoii's Uulline Maps, ve. 15 SLA IS E Always on hand, and made to Order. 31 1 THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to An'OM)'s, anil is sold at miieii less price. Tlie money will be refunded to ilioie buying it,...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 May 1870

8 ftlje Qthnc0, New Bloomftclir, JJa. B. M. E 15 Y, JSTO. 1S70. Perry County Bank! Sponslor, Jtiiiliiu A Co. THE BLOOMFIELD TIMES Wholesale and Retail Dealer In OF THE Spring Trade IN W&N&MAKE&&8R0WK THIS MONTH OPi?iV TO THE PEOPLE THE GRANDEST block uf Xino Clotliing- For Men ami Boys, that OAK HALL lias ever contained. Since last Fall we have secured the two large lots adjoining us, and have erected upon them an Iron Front biulding, equal in size to our former build ing, making OAlt HALL twice as large as i before, in order to aceomniodate tile CHH.A1 MASS Oi PEOPLE wlio have become our customers. We Invite all our customers, with their neigh bors and friends, to pay us an early visit, to exam ine our Mammoth Buildings, and to inspect our Mammoth Stock I WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, JJos. 530, 532, 531, 53fi Market Slreet, and Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA. Send your Orders if you can't Come. 4 15 lm NOTIC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

B If 11 : itlii If I iff iitK JClAit MORTIMER, 1 Editor and Proprietor. t Vol. IV. la rublished Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, .Tenn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. 8UB8CKIPTI0N TERM8. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!, IN ADVANCE. Lindsey's Wedding: on THE TWENTIETH OP DECEMBER. CONCLUDED. DROPPING upon ono knee, be peered once more into the dead face, then winding his hand in the man's neckcloth, he dragged him over the ground towards a deep gully at the lower part of the grounds. It was not far. I listened and heard the body crash through the brush, and thud among the stones below. It was a course of the utmost shallow ness to pursue, if concealment was the .guilty man's aim as it must have been. But he seemed to realize his guilt so fully that I think it dazed him. He strode away under the larches to the house. I never stirred for many a long hour. I was trying to decide what I ought to do. Of a certainty I never thought of ex posing the matter of bringing Lindsay's father to justice. I was only confused ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

2 CLARA'S LOVER: OR Where There's a Will There's a Way. A ND so he's coming to-night, Misa Xjl Clara ?" Lyman I'ahner asked, standing, just at sunset, in the porch of Mr. Townley's fine, broad-fronted resi dence in L . Clara Townley stood beside him and a very tearful look stole into her deep-blue eyes as she answered the question. " Yes, Lyman. Papa received his note this morning, saying that he would surely be here in the eight o'clock train." " Your father is as determined as ever, I suppose, about this affair of of the marriage ?" Lyman Palmer's look was averted from Clara while ho pronounced the words. One of his white, slender hands played rather nervously with a seal ring on the finger of the other. They were both delicate enough, both iu shape and hue, those hands of Lyman Palmer's, to have belonged to a woman ; his face, also, devoid of beard tr mus tache, and glowing with the fullness of healthful beauty, entirely lacked (he was only twenty-two) the clement of manli ness. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

ftlje times, New Bloomficft, flJa. OF HENRY CLEWS & CO., (United States Treasury Buildings) -2Vo. 32 Wall Street, X. Y. rpiJK business of our House Is tlio samp. In all respects, as that of an Ineorpornte Hank. Jheeks and Drafts upon us pass through tlio Clear ing; House. Corporations, Firms, and Individuals keeplnir IJank Accounts with us, either In Currency or Hold, will be allowed Five Per Cent. Interest per annl"" on a" ''!lil.V balances, and ran check at night without notice. Interest credited and Ac count Current rendered Monthly. We are prepared at all times fo make advances to our Dealers on approved Collaterals, at market rate. Certificates of Deposit Issued, pavable on dp. mand. or after fixed date. bearing interest at the count"' rate' 1V"d avallilble in aU l)arts of the Collections made promptly everywhere In the united States, Canadas and Europe. Dividends and Coupons promptly Collected, We buy, sell, and exchange all Issues of Govern ment Honds at current market pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

4 Stljc imc0f Him Bloomftclir, Jcu NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, May 31, 1870. Senator McIntire ha3 our thanks for a copy of the general laws passed at Inst session. The law for the enforcement of the Fifteenth Amendment has passed both Houses of Congress, and will at once be signed by the President, and telegraphed to Oregon in time to be in force for the State election which occurs there on the Cth of June. The question whether or not lay dela gates shall be allowed a vote in confer ence, has been virtually decided in the affirmative. The last in this country to be heard from was the Maine Conference, and the vote in favor is now so largo tha the vote in Germany cannot change the final result. There can be no doubt that this more liberal policy will be a benefit to the Methodist church. The best article in favor of a protective tariff we have seen in a long time is the following few lines, taken from the Daily Telegraph, of Sheffield, England : " If gold goes to par in tlio Uni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

tljc times, New Bloomficlit, fla. Tuesday, May 31, 1870. LOCAL DB l'A 11 T M IS N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance ! ,r.0iT!,o.ns w,u? recelve I"Mer with thin article rjwfe'1, m?3rik,M"fr thtf''oy Hhoul.l mail oroth erwlso send the subscription price, II they wish to continue to receive The Times. mP P. R RES PONDENTS wilt please hear In mind that letters received later than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. Acknowledgement is made of receipts for subscription since, our last issue from each of the following persons. Samuel Miller, Isaiah Clouser, Benjamin Rice, Jr., Mrs. Hannah Cooke, B. il. In hoir, of this county. Amos Fleisher, Wyoming, 111.; Lyman Polmether, Kenzua, Pa. : John II. Wolf, Carlisle, Pa. The Soldiers' Monument being erected in Juniata county is expected to be ready for dedication by the 4th of July. Alloys would not be ns plenty in this borough if persons would use more care in regard to wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We nrtte commncatonrom aperonM)ftoire interested in molten properly belonging to IM department. . Horse Feed. Tt is well known that horses which hare to travel fast do best on oats ; while for heavy, steady hauling there is nothing like corn for feed. The reason for this has never been known, But recent in vestigations made by the French govern ment have given some clue to it. The officers in the cavalry service en trusted with the examination of the sub ject, have come to the conclusion that the bulk of food really has os much to do with giving a horse wind, as the more nu tritious part of it. It makes no differ ence about the chemical analysis of the food. Indeed, it would seem that if a good portion of it contains articles of no nutritious value, so much tbe better. Now corn contains a very much larger percentage of nutritious elements, chem ically speaking, than oats; but the thick hulls of the oats supply the bulk, which they believe to be so necessar...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISookscllcrs and Stationers, BLA.SK hook manufacturers. And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL PAPIUX, No. 430, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAGAUCE & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Paper, Xfi-s, Sce., Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, IgllLADELPIIIA, PA. n- Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. 101 y 41 SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, lioohxcllcrs & Stationer, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND wall-papers, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and nrooKs' Arithmetics. Also, Hubert's History of the United States, Feltou's Outline Maps, &c. ISLAXK BOOKS Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t JLOC'IIJIAX'N "Writing- Xluia ! THIS FLUID Is warranted EQUAL to AnNOLU's, and is sold at inuuli less price...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 May 1870

8 .AJPIfclL., 1870. B. M. ELY, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 1S70. 1870. Perry County Bank! THE BLOOMFIELD TIMES Spongier, Junkin & Co. of Tire Spring Trade IN BROWN THIS MONTH PEN TO THE PEOPLE THE GRANDEST v Stock of Iine Clotliing" For Men and Boys, that OAK HALL has ever contained. Ilince last Fall we have secured the two large lots adjoining us, and have erected upon them an Iron Front building, equal m size to our former build tag, making OAK HALL twice as large as before. In order to accommodate the GREAT MASS OF PEOPLE who have become our customers. We Invite all our customers, with their neigh ors and friends, to pay us an early visit, to exam ine our Mammoth Buildings, and to Inspect our Mammoth Stock ! WANAMAEER & BROWN, OAK HALL CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, Nos. 530, 532, 534, 536 Market Street, and Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, tt, 11 and 13 South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA. Send your Orders if you can't Come. 4151m 3STOTIOE TO. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS! THE attention of Farmers an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 June 1870

R 4 Mi i W i V It A XK M O 11 TIM 12 11 , Editor and Proprietor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Terms: IX ADVAXC1'. ) One Dollar per Year. "Vol. IV. TVow 131oomficll, I3i., Tunc 7, 1870. Ia Published Weekly, At New Bloomflcld, lYnn'a. UY FRANK MORTIMER eUDSCllirTION TliliMS, OX12 DOLL A 11 I'lJli Y 12 All MADAM TAIL'S APPARITION. A Remarkable Story. SEEING that some persons rithcr will fully or otherwise, have made a marvellous story of the affair of my late mistress, Madam Abigail Vail, of Barden's Wood, near Bolton, I, Martha Hobson, have considered it my duty to explain the whole matter as it actually occurred before my own cyos. I had been twelve years housekeeper and Confidential attendant to Madam Vail, when she was taken with what proved her last illness. She was quite old nigh upon threc-uid-scventy, though up to this time she enjoyed tolerable health. She had been a widow and childless for more than forty years, in which time she had lived very secluded at Barden's Wood, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 June 1870

2 THE ENGLISHMAN'S EXPLOIT. BY SYLVANUS COBB MANY years ago, when we wore a mere boy, we used to sit upon a low stool, at the feet of Commodore Sam uel Tusker, and hear that old veteran re late the incidents that had come under his own observation during our last strug gle with Great Britaiu. Among the thousand and one stories that we have heard fall from the lips of that ocean warrior, the following has remained fresh in our memory : On the western shore of Penobscot bay, between Belfast and Camden, there was a small club of fishermen's cots in habited by a hardy set of men, who had, been brought up amid the music of the breaking waves, and whe knew no fear beneath the power of mortal man. Foremost among these hardy children of the sea, and occupying the station as a sort of ruler among them, was a middle aged man, named Enoch Nightingale, or, as he was generally called, Captain Night ingale ; and never was a man better fit ted by nature for the post ho held by gen eral consent tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 June 1870

BANKING HOUSE HENRY CLEWS & CO., (United States Treasury Buildings) JVo. 32 Wm Street, X. Y. rpifii fc'.Hnessof our House Is the same, In all respects, as that of an Incorporate Hank. Checks and Drafts upon us pass through the Clear ing House. Corporations. Firms, and Individuals keeping Hank Accounts with us, either In Currency or Gold, will be allowed Five I'er Cent. Interest per annum, on all daily balances, nnd can check at KiRht without notice. Interest credited and Ac count Current rendered Monthly. We are prepared at all times to make advances to our Dealers on approved Collaterals, at market rate. CerUfleate of Deposit Issued, parable on de mand, or after fixed (late, bearing Interest at the current rate, and available in all parts of the country. Collections made promptly everywhere in the United Mates, Canadas anil Kurope. Dividends and Coupons promptly Collected, We buy, sell, and exchange all Issues of Govern ment Honda at current market prices. Orders executed for t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 June 1870

4 pit Stomnfidb Qitmts. ADVERTISING RATES! Tramient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " " twoinserUons 15 " " "three Insertions. KuhIiicss Notices In Local Column 10 Cents pr line. Notices of Marriafreu or Deaths inserted five Tributes of Respect, &c., Tcu cents per lino. YEARLY ADVE11TI8EMENTS. One Square per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per your, including paper, 13 00 Three Squares " " " 10 00 Pour Squurcs " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or ono Inch, is one square. NEW BL00HFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, June 7, 1S70. Last wekk the Ilouao by a voto of 1 1.5 yeas to 78 nays, reduced the Income Taxf'roin five to thrco per cent, and by a voto of 138 to 52 increased the exemption to $2000, refusing, however, to abolish it altogether by 123 to 50. The list of killed and wounded in the Fenian raid foots up eleven killed, seven teen wounded. Ought not the loaders of this enter prise bo held legally responsible for the .-iiurder of these men ? If not legally liable they ...

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