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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

Hfe ifr." If ft ID J It 9 it ji IE 'i i it ii it i ii ti ' iw n in n Wif Ml (jgjjsjsjBjBJNaBaMBMMaBjjjBjjjBjBjpjB JTcir'l AN DEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. . jSST.lSS" Vol. "VIII. IVow Xloorrifiold, I?n,., Tuesday, 3 lux-el l 17, 1874. IVo. 11. 18 PUBLISHED BVBKT TUESDAY MORNING, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Tower, and lnrge (jyllndor and Job-Trenne&, we are prepared .to do all kinds of Jnb-l'rintltiK In good style and at Low Trices. ADVEHTISING IIATK8I Tran$ient 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 18 " twolnsertlons 18 " " "threo Insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. WFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Fur the Bloomfteld Tlme. THE MYSTERIOUS FRIEND. A Story of Old Virginia CONCLUDED. 6 O INCE I hold all my property by virtue of tbat will, I should not be likoly to forget it," returned Berkley, through whose perturbation there was a tone of assumed sarcasm and contempt. "...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

2 Ijc mes, New Bloomftcfo, Ja. A Sailor's Wooing. CAPTAIN BETH TILLER, returning from hi weekly fishing voyage In the good bark Tickler, was surprised to find his domicile shut up and apparently ne glected. Still more surprised was he upon being informed by a sympathizing neighbor, who delivered to him the door-key, that his sister Nancy, who had been since his moth er's death his sole housekeeper, had formed a sudden attachment for a traveling tin man of a neighboring town, and had on the previous day walked oft", or rather ridden off, with the same in his wagon. Nancy had left her love and a good piece of roast beef ready for her brother, togother with a message to the effect that she "hoped he would think better of it and come to see her and Joseph, whicli nothing would please them more." "Durued if I do," said Captain Beth Tiller, wratbfully. " Lot her bo satisfied with her Joseph, Bince she was fool enough to leave a comfortablo homo for the sake of gcttin' married. Jest like w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

Giljc tmc0, New jSloomficlb, Jd NEW YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, SIJIICTLY M VI' UAL 1 AMxetH, ,G:m,:jiC3. ! ISSUES all the new forma of Policies, an J pre. sents an favorable terms as any company In the United States. Thirty davs' grace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit, uro. N i extra charges are made for traveling permits Policy-holders share In the annual proiltsof the Company, and have a voice In the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical feecharRed. L. W. FROST. Prerttlmt. M. B. Winkoop, Vice Pres't. J.P.KooEus.Sec'y. g p R Ueneral Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College Block, Ilarrlsburg, Pa. TllOS. n. MII.1.1GAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent tor Newport. Perry County Bank! Sponger, .Tiinkln & Co. mil rr .1 haulni. firmntl A T4nnlflllff Ad. I soclatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Bankin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

4: v NEW ULOOMFIEID, PENN'A. Tuesday, March 17, 1S74. The Gettysburg Star Sentinel goes a long distance fur its Btato news. Four wooks since we published an account of a remarkable room in Soring township, and Inst week we noticed it copied in the above paper credited to the Chicago Tribune. Ex-PnKSiDEST Fillmore, diod at Bufla flo, on Monday evening of last week. lllis funeral took place on Thursday. On tho day succeeding bis death, both houses . of Congress adjourned out of respect to his memory. The public buildings in Washington were ordered to be draped in mourning, and business was suspended on .the day of the funeral. Senator Bomseu died at Washington, "Oil Wednesday last, ut about three o'clock, After a very short illness. Mr. Bumner was probably better known throughout the nation than any other Senator. Though miany disagreed with him politically, there wevcr were any who dared charge him with having used his official position to advance the pecuniary interests, either of h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

STIjc mmisi New, BloomficliV J)a. Tuesday, March 17, 1874. LOCAL DEPARTMENT, To Ton. If you wish to change the post office address on your paper this Spring, don't forget to state the place where you have been receiving it, as well as the place where you wish to have it sont in future. Lost A Buckskin gauntlet iu the vicin ity of the " Widow's Hun." On tho inside will be found the name of John Singer. The finder is requested to return it to this office. Teachers Notice. The Teachers' Com mittee on Permanent Certificates, will meet in the Court House, at New Bloom field on Saturday tho 21st inst., at 10J o'clock A. M. Teachers who desire to apply for Perm. Certificates may present their applications at that time. S. B. Faiinestock, Chairman of Com. Nice riaiits. We sent to Peter Hender son & Co., of New York,last week for a lot plants. They have arrived, and were re ceived in such nice order, that every body who saw them was delighted. Many of them were nearly ready to bloom, and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

6 Ijc Stints Ntw Bloomftcll, cu Tuesday, March 17, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ITefntWfecommtmicnMonsromaUTwrsonMO&onre (n(ere.i(ed matters properly belonging to tliis department. Rolling the Ground. A correspondent writes : " On dry or wet ground tlio effuot of the roller Is found to be salutary. Plowed and prepared for sowing, dry land is much helped by the roller. The blades of grass spring up sooti er and rotnin a firmer hod lu the earth. In a season of drought, rolling has saved the crop, when without it the seed would have nover sprung from the ground. In wet and heavy ground It is believed the roller, smoothing and hardening the sur face, will leave the soil immediately be ncatu the surface in a better condition to gonerato the seed. On grass ground that has been heaved by the frost, the roller has an excellent effect in fixing the roots. Roll ing the ground is also good when the land lias been laid down unevenly the previous year. If the laud is too dry, wait till jus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Never Known to Fail! Tie Holeton House, ON THE EUROPEAN FLAN, Ko. 23, South Tenth Street, nilLADELPIIIA. J. W. nOLKTON, . Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with It a Tempkr anor Dinino Room for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. i 7 10 & 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. FEUEK, Proprietor, 317 & 819 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.50 Per Day. THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been retlttcd and refurnished, so that It will be found as eoinlnrtiiblft and pleasant a stopping plac as there Is In Philadelphia. 6 29 Datchclor Bro's., TRADE MARK. PUNCH CIGAllSl NOW Better than any Ever MADE BY THEM. See that the boxes are branded. PECULIAR B. B. PUNCH. WHOLESALE DEPOT, :M North :irl Street, Branch 23 North 2d St., Branch 837 Chestnut St., (Opposite ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 March 1874

8 ,ljc imco, Nciu, J3loomftcIi, . j)a. The Liquor Cnisadc. An account from Dayton, Ohio, dnted the 8tli Inst., aayg : ' The second day of the women's assault on king alcohol is more exciting than the first. Four detachments marched to the saloons visited on the first day. They were ex cluded from most of the places and were received at the doors by the saloonists with cold courtesy. The saloon keepers were especially uneasy under a decision of Judge Smith, which declares that violators of law cannot come into court for redress. The women prayed and sang, surrounded by a large crowd, all day long, at Iladdick's beer saloon. In the afternoon over one thousand curious men and noisy boys en compassed them, when the women ceased praying and began singing. Thoy were cheered and jeered, and the multitude pushed into the bar room for beer. At Iladdick's a mock prayer meeting was going on in tho saloon nearly opposite which was continued, whon women went over to that place when drivers of be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

ii. At w Av a a rrN-a. r WWW W V 11 mm I If Hi fig m?rr1 AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 7'' ... .... - - - - t - - - - - - -- Vol. VIII. New Bloomfield, Ttx., Tucsdny, 3Ifiroli 24, 187-1. 7V. 12. t fjloomfidfc glints. IB PUBI.I8IIBD EVKHT TUESDAY MOKNINO, BT THANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Itlooinficld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Bteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do nil kinds of .lob l'rliitinK 111 good style and at Low 1'riceg. ADV EllTISING 11ATK8I TramUnt 8 Cents per lino Tor one Insertion 12 " " ' iwolnsortlons 15 " " "three insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. VFor l'ingeryearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. " I LC7EBCMIE0DY." A mat ter-of-fact poetical genius says : " I ovet heard a mooti-Htruck chap, tlio oth er day, remark that lie loved a certain young liuiy well enough lo dio for her." Now I on tomebody very much, and I'd swear for lior, I'd tear for her, The Lord knows what I'd bear for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

ljc intc0, Nctu Blaonificlir, Jcu Undo Toby's WIr. TI1IIERE wan a fine old General once, J.. who, having spent most of 1) is life in the field of Mara, know very little about the camp of Cupid. He was one of those rough and honest spirits, often met with in his gallant profession, inuocent'ns an infant of almost every thing save high integrity and indomitable bravery. lie was nearly fifty years old, and his toils were over, when Master Don Cupid made him acquainted with a Widow Wadman, in whose eyes he began to detect something that made him very uneasy. Here was the result : During his service he had never seen any thing worthy of notico in a woman's eyo. In fact, he would scarcely have observed whether a woman had three eyes in her head, or only one ; for no matter where Iiis own eyes were, his thoughts were ever among " guns, drums and wounds," and love was a thing that lived in his memory just as he remembered once reading a vis ionary story book, called tho " Arabian Nights Ent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

3STEW "YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STRICTLY MUTUAL I ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pre sents as favorable terms as any company lu the United Status. Thirty days' (trace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit-re. No extra charges are made for traveling permits Pollcv-holders share In the annual prolltsof the Company, and hare a voice In the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical fee charged. ,. W. FROST, Prertfrnt. M. 11. Wynkoop, Vice Pres't. J.r.KooEus.Sec'y. j y p General Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College Block, Ilarrlsbuig, Pa. THOS. II. MILLIO AN, 0 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Spoil ler, J ii li li I n & Co. mH V. nnilerslirn d. having formed a Banklnn As JL soclallou 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

4 Stljc men, New BlDomftcfo, )cu NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PENN'A. Tuesday, March 24, 1H74. WSSMllMuJBeVItiiS' A Cincinnati dispatch says n numlier of the largest distilleries of Cincinnati admit that since the commencement of the wo men's tomperance crusade their business decreased fully 7 per cent. Business is gone no orders are coming in, mid wholesale dealers hesitate to trust retailers whose stock mny go to the gutters. A Terrific hurricane, accompanied by thunder, lightning and rain, passed over Cairo, 111., at 3 o'clock on Wednesday morn ing, causing great destruction of property. The centre of the storm seems to have passed south of Cairo, as the wires wotk as usual north of the city, and no damages are reported in that direction. Mr. Sumner's Successor. The contest for Mr. Sumner's successor is narrow I n jj. The principal candidates are now conceded to be Messrs. Dawes, Adams, Iloar, and Banks. It is thought that the democrats, who have 73 votes out of 280, will unite on a liberal r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

Tuesday, March 24, 1S74. LOCAL DKl'AKT M EN T. Toor House Account. The Poor House account Tor the past year will be found on the Oth pago. It will pay for tho tax payors to rend it carefully. To Tom If you wish to change t'epost office address on your paper this Spring, don't forget to state the place where you have been receiving it, as well as tho place where you wish to have It sent iu future. Ilnd a Fnll. Mrs. Wiiy.mothcr of Jacob Way, of Carroll twp., while on the hay mow on Wednesday last, ntepped on a tlo fectivo slab, which broke, letting her fall through to the floor below, bruixing her quite seriously, but foi Innately breaking no bones. Site is now recovering from her injuries. Charged with Rapt-. On Tuesday last, John Baker was arrested on the charge of committing a rape on a little girl named Itoliinson, a child of only It years of age living with Mr. John Kiimbo, in Carroll twp. The deed was com mi tied the evening previous, during tho absence of the family. On Wednesd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

6 mt flloomfitltr intf0. Tuesday, March 24, 1874. FAP.LI AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wn Invite enmmunlratinnn from nil thmhowi whrtnrfl Interested iii matters properly buloiiKiiiK to this dti partment. Scotch Herring. Borne interesting details concerning the honing fishoiy in Scotland are given by an English paper. It is well known tlint the Sootok herrings are the finest in Europe, and that tho value of those fbhories i s something immense ! Honing swim about in shoals extending to miles in length and breadth. They obey tho instinct which leads them to favorite spots for feeding, and also for spawning, and thoy do not go -whore there is a deficiency of food. Her rings feed on minute crustaceans and float ing infusoria, and small fishes are also de voured. The herrings caught in Loch Fyno, in Scotland, surpass in richness and dolicacy of flavor all those caught in othor parts, and the herring fishery constitutes a large source of profit, both to the fialier nicn themselves and to the dealer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

I)c imcs; Nero Blo0mficfo, $a. Philadelphia Advertisements. flOitilise, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, No. 23, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. IIOLETON, .... Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with It ft Tkmper anck Dining Room for Indies and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 71" A. Private Dining Itoom for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEWER, Proprietor, 817 & 819 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, 2.60 Per Day. THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-tltted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping plac as there Is In Philadelphia. 6 29 Batclieior Bro's., TRADE MARK. PUNCH CIGAIiS! NOW Better than any Ever MADE BY THEM. See that the boxes are branded. PECULIAR B. B. PUNCH. WHOLESALE DEPOT, :0 IMortn :rl Hti-cet, Hranch 23 North 2d St., Branch 837 Chestnut St., (Opposite "CONTINENTAL") 6m rilIl.ADKLPI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 March 1874

8 Ijc imc0, New Bloouritcft, la. Work for the Lnwjcrs. An Interesting trial is on beforo Judgo Howe, of Sing Sing. Three weeks iigo Mr. P. O. Van Wick, of Croton, completed a nont two-story house on what he suppos ed was one of Lis lots in tlmt village. But before he could move into the house Road Commissioner Tliad. Lent told him that the building encroached three or four feet on tlio highway. ' Van Wick took a different view, and Lcnt,unable toconvinco him that his house was on the public do main, called his workmen, and after nig'.it full razed the house to the ground. Next morning Van Wick put on a large force of men, and within ten days the house was built again on precisely the samo spot, The Iiouro having been finished, six men wero employed to defend it against any further attack by Lent's brigade. Mr. Lent watched tlio proceedings with interest and as soon as the house was do- sorted by tho builders and the watchmen bad beon installed, he appeared with Dcpu ty Sheriff Dunph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

llfttttfli mrrJr:a'- ' an independent family newspaper. I' ar3lSr Vol. VIII. Now Bloomficld, Fa,., Tuesday, UTiircli :J1, 1874. No. 13. 6&f ftlic UIoDinficI (LintfS. 18 PllllUBHED KVEItT TUBSUAT MORNING, BT FHA1TK HOETIMER & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Terry Co., Pa. BeliiR provided with Rtenm Power, and large Cylinder and Jub-I'reswn. we are prepared to do all kinds of JobTrtntlnir, In good style and at Low Trices. ADVERTISING! RATKSI Trantlmt 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 " " 4 twolnsertlons 15 " " "three Insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. VFor loiiRer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. AN ADVENTURE IN RUSSIA. SOME thirty years ago I arrived in St. Petersburg, with the intention of es tablishing myself as a fencing master in the capital. Introductions from distin guished individuals of my own country enabled mo to make a. friend of Count Alexis W. ; and that nobleman Interested hinisolf greatly in my success. Not con tent wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

2 An Odd Man. ONE of the greatest enjoyment Which can befall a man, Is to spend a week or so with an old school fellow who was a jovial companion, and who you have not seen since. -1 wbh heartily glad, therefore, when at last I found that there was nothing to pre vent me paying a visit (long promised and looked forward to, ' but against which I began to think, gods and men bad conspir ed) to my old true friend Lumley. I dare say he has a Christian name ; indeed, I have no reason to doubt it, and, on the strength of an initial not very discipher ablo, prefixed to the L in his eiguature, I have never hesitated to address bim, "J. Lumley, Esq. ;" but I know him as Long Lumley, and so does every man who, like myself, remembers bim at Oxford ; and as Long Lumley do all biB contemporaries know bim best, and esteem bim accord ingly ; and be must excuse me if 1 immor talize bim to the public, in spite of god fathers and godmothers, by that more fa miliar appellation. A cousin was with hiiri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

NEW -YORK: CON TIN ENT AL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STRICTLY MUTUAL t ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pre. sent an favorable terms as any company in the United States. Thirty days' ptrace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit-ore. No extra charges are made for travellrrg permits Policy-holders share in the annual prontsof the Company, and have a voice In the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical feecharged. IK. FROST, President. , M. B. Wynkoop, Vice l'res't. J. P.Rooeks, Sec'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, ' No . 6 North Third Street, College Block, Harrlsburg, Pa. TIIOS. H. MII.LIOAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Spousler, Junklii & Co. THE undersign d, 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 COURT H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

ninmiMiTi is iwifi i iiiilMiisris'Tinsuiii mr -"" 1- miisHiaiiiii iiiii'i imiiiw mm m i afisrli tnnuimsssiiiiii i ' niiivn lrtwaiLT itwai-wMii nan nsnssirsrnmr-Ss'V'st wis.sMMrsrsMni'sssi uriWisi-m r--riirfrfwrwiiWiiiiiftmnTil-rtiii iiiTr - "ini'f'f"" I "" - - 1 a....,..- .1 jamMMtim ..l n """ tvaimmm ssnnuun 4 STintcs, New Blaomficlir, JJa. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, March 31, 1S74. We iro indebted to a .friend In Pittsburg, for a copy of a paper, printed at Westport, Now Zealand. Tins Belinsgrovo Timet says : They hnvo started a lawyers' prayer meeting at Bun bury. They pray for " an additional law judge." Tno.MAS Y. Boyd, of Wayne county, was elected to the Legislature in tho legislative district of Wayne and Pike, in placo of Wm. II. Dimniick, resigned. IIo is the Cirst Republican ever elected to tho Legis lature from tho Democratic " Tenth Le gion." His majority was nearly 1000. The Democratic vote was divided, two candi dates being run by that party. Tits new ten cent no...

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