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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

Ijc tmc0, New Bloomftclir, flla. Tuesday, March 31, 1874. LOCAL DEVAHTMENT. To Yon. ir you wiBh 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 sout in future Spiiiiff Township Schools. Mrs. Willis, widow of Root. Willis, will teach the sum mer school at Elllottsbnrg ; Miss Susan P. Foose, will teach in Little Germany and Miss Laura Rhodes, will teach a sub scription school at McAfee's school house. Hurt. Ono of the hands working on tho railroad, near Laiulishurg on Thursday, was struck on the head with a sledge. The accident was caused by a detached piece of rock falling, and causing tho hold et of the drill to dodge, bringing bis head under a descending sledge. An ugly wound was mado, which was dressed by Dr. Milliken. Barn Burned. The Shippensburg Neice says : On Thursday morning, between the horns of seven and eight o'clock, avaluablo barn belonging to th...

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. — 31 March 1874

6 l)c imco, New Jjloomftclii, Met. tilt f)l00mfidb ihnts. Tuesday, March 31, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS W. invito oomnimHrnHnn. from all pernoiiii who nre tiiteritd iu matter properly belonging totbUdu p&rtmuut. Herding Cattle in Jicw Mexico. This has its brlfiht ns well ns its dark sido. Tlio changes that each and every day bring forth nro many and various. Quiotly watching the herd as they feed along the margin of a beautiful stream, separated into little social groups (for they seom to form attachments almost human,) one will notice that certain of the herd al ways band together, and whilo somo are nervously walking about, nipping here and thore a bunch of grass, a bush, or pulling off with a jerk a twig from the hanging branches of the wido-sprcading trecB, others are quiotly grazing with that steady dip, clip, and swinging motion of the head peculiar to the bovine family ; others lying listlessly in the shade chewing their cuds of oomfort ; while many of them are standi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

7 HEAL ESTATE yli Private Sale. A New Idea! l)c mcs, Xctu Bloomfielu, f)a. paw The undersigned will sell at prlvato sale his val uable farm situate in Juniata township, Terry co., 1'a.. aloliiliK Inmls of Ueorgo Tlzell, George Ickes aiid others, containing 91 -A. O R E S , of Red Slate land, about 75 Acres are cleared, and in a high state of cultivation. The balance Is well set with timber. The Improvements are a good two story Log and Weatlierhoarried .A. 1 II B,i5ii.V!1 Kill DWE1JJXO TTOTJlSE. LARGE BANK BARN, TENANT ITOUKK, CARRIAGE HOUSE, NEW auurjifl aim vvuuu jtvi-'Dii, There Is also a Well of good water near the house. There are also TWO GOOD APPLE OKCH AKUSon this farm, with a variety of other fruit trees. This property Ih near the village of Markle ville in a good neighborhood. Any person desiring to purchase a home, should see this property before making a linal invest ment. Price j,0)0 ; payments, H2.000 on the 1st of April, 1S74, at which time a deed will be delivered, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 31 March 1874

8 Family Murdered. St. Louis, JIuicli 22. A family of five persona, who lived near Centrevillo, St. Clair county, 111., wore murdered last week. The name of the victims are Fritz Stclzcn rlede, aged 80 years, his son and daughter-in-law, and two small children, one an in fant. The dead bodies were discovered about G o'clock on Friday evoning. Tho throats of the two men were cut, and the skulls of the woman nnd children were crushed in. Yesterday Sheriff Hughes of St. Clair county went to tho scene of the tragedy, but obtained no clue to the assassins. The bouse is some distance from any other dwelling. It is believed that the murdors were committed on Thursday night, as the bodies of Mrs. Stelzenriedo and her chil dren were in bed when found, and that of iier husband on the floor beside a lounge on which be slept. The beads of tho men were nearly severed from their bodies, while those of the mother and children were crushed with some blunt instrument. The County Court hnsoflcred a r...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

Mis: v4 f It'll !' m m - Ills MMMMttMMtjjMMMSSsMSMssWSMSMesisMSSSSSSSjWHMMi ""lclr'l . AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ",' "Vol. "VIII. Now Bloomfield, Pa., Tuesday, .Vpr-il 7 TVo. 14. 6rV Ioomfit pints. IS PUBLISHED BVEUT TUESDAY MORNING, BI TRANS HOETIMER & CO., At New Bloomfield, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Rteam Power, and Urge Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING HATKSl 7Ytwin U Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 " " two insertions 15 "three insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. -K .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. April Violets. 'Tls not the valut of the gift, That friendship's hand may tendor j 'Tis not a thing's intrinsic worth, (Though goms of rarest splendor), That calls the heart's best gratitude, Or wakes a deep emotion ; The simplest flower may be the gift, And claim a life's devotion. A bunch of violets, culled when first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

Stljc imcs, Nut) Blaomfteft, JJa. An Odd Man. fcfcT) EALLY, I fear not J tbia ( quito X V an out-of-tho-way place. The dri ver can toll you better than I can, but I know the neighborhood pretty well, and think you would have to send back to the Bwan at B for horses." " It is very unfortunate, and it is pant nine already ; what is the nearest placo, sir, where I could got decent accommodation for the night ?" " Why, the nearest place," said Harry hesitatingly, " is the ' Crown and Thistle,' about tli rco miles off, but I can't say much for the accommodation, Wo-ho," one of the horses, tired at butt of standing in the drizzling rain, was showing symptoms of an immediata return to his stable The stranger merely gave vent to a dissatisfied " Humph I" and they stood silently await ing the approach of a light along the road, which betokened Joe's return with assist ance. The coach was soon righted, and set up against the side of a bank ; and Mr. Haines, having given chargo to one of his a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

3STEW YOBK CONTINENTAL AM! f i.flK Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STltlCTLY M UXUAL t ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pro. sents as favorable terms asany company lu the United States. Thirty days' ((race 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 lu the elections and management of the Company. -No policy or medical feecharged. J,. W. FROST, President. M. B. Wtnkoop, Vice l'res't. J. P.Kooehs, Bec'y. J. V. EATON. Ueneral Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College Block, Ilarrlsburg, Pa. THOS. It. MILMOAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Nponsler, .Ttinkiii 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, April 7, 1874. The contcBt for United States Senator still continues in the Massachusetts Legis lature. Neither party appears disposed to give way and it is impossible to tell what the result will be ; but it does not seem pos sible that eithor of tho present Republican candidates, Dawes, .or Hoar can bo elected. TnmiE was considerable excitement throughout the State during tho past ten days on account of a threatened riot of considerable proportions at Susquehanna Dopot, on tho Erie rail road. About 1,000 hands had gathered there and for a timo stopped all trains. Tho Shoriff of the county of Susquehanna called upon the Governor of this State for aid, and troops wore sent on Saturday a week. This move had tho desired effect, and tho trains now run as usual. Most of tho troops woro cnt home on Thursday last, while a few remain to guard the shops until matters get fully settled down. The strike origina ted in the neglect of the company to pay the Fe...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

l)c nico, Ntto Dloomftclti, fa. 5 6. Tuesday, April 7, 1874. LOCAL D IS PAR T M JS N T. To Ton. If you wish to cbango the post office address on your paper this Spring, don't forget to state the place where you have been receiving it, as woll as the place where you wish to have it sent in futurb. The Fourth Annual Convention of the Terry County Sabbath School Association will be hold in New Bloomfiold, May 12th. The first session will bo held in the Re formed church, on Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock. Each Sunday School in the county is requested to send delegates. It is expected that this will be ono of the largest and most interesting Conventions ever held in tho county. Entertainment will be providod for the delegates by a committee of Arrangements, whoso names will soon bo published. Jambs Crawford, President. Locals. An exchange says Some pooplo are so queer. Wo scarcely know whether they doservo pity or blamo. Thoy want local nows, and demand it from tho local reporter oven th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

6 Tuesday, April 7, 1874. T&m AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS W InTitfi communication" fmm all pemon whnnre partmeut. Crofting Frnit Trees Grafting Wax. An agricultural correspondent says that eyory farmer should do his own grafting. It is a very easy operation when ouce un derstood, and this is readily done by see ing it done. A sharp penknife and a good fine saw are indispensable. Splitting the stalk so that the bark shall not be bruised, and shaping the scion wedge-fashion both ways, preserving also the bark uninjured, and placing the rim of the wood of both stock and scion exactly together so that the sap can intermingle there isnodanzer of failure if properly waxed. We mako a shoulder to the graft and think it 1 adds to the certainty of success, though probably it weakens it. We' prefer also two eyes or buds to a graft, and rather have only one than more tbau two. One year's wood should always be used when it can be ob tained, as it is more certain to take and grow more vigorously, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

Ije tmc0, Nud JJIamnficl Jo. A New Idea! Iron in the Blood HEAL ESTATE At Private Sale, s Tlie nndersliincd will dell at private sale his val uable fnnn situate In Juniata township, l'erry c., l a., adlolnliiK lands n( Ueorgo Tlzell, Ueorge Ickes and others, containing ... 91 -A. CRES, ot Ked Slate land, about. 75 Acres are cleared, and In a hlxli state ot cultivation. The balance Is well set with timber. The Improvements are a good two story Log ml Weatherhnarded DWELLING HOUSE, LARGE BANK BARN, TENANT HOTJSK, CAItltlAGE IIOITSK; NEW HOU PEN aud WOOU HOUSE. , Thero Is also a Well ot good water near the house. . There are also TWO GOOD APPLE ORCH AKDS on this farm, with a variety of other fruit trees. This property is near the village of Markle vllle In a good neighborhood. Any person desiring to purchase home, should see this property before making a 111 mi Invest ment. Price ti.OOO ; payments, J2.000 on the 1st of April, 1874, at which time a deed will be delivered, and possession...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 April 1874

8 I)c times, Xtvo Bioomftdi, 3a. A Dutchninn In Trouble. A fow days ago, in Boston, Kreitz meyer Von Sclilngle was arraigned in the munici pal court for soiling beer. When told that the judge had fined him flO and costs, he came out from behind the bar of the courts and said : " Now just you listen mc oud. I ' keeps ono loetle places, von lager beer unn eigars, und I vas a couple ov months back in my schtore von day, ven a nize gentlemand corned in und tells me of I keeps dot places. I say : 1 Yes, sir, und my name is Kreitzmeyer Von Sclilngle.' He write it down in a small book, and in about a minute he vent oud. Bharley, a d d schmart veller vas in dere, und he told me, ' of I dond kuowed me who dot veller vas.' I said 'no." Don Sharley says, 'Dot's a Schate polices,' und says I vas a tamm vool dot I didn't see him.' I told Bharley I 'did see him.' But Sharley say, 'dot I don't tumble to him, und said ven the cop combed in again I should toll him 'I vant to see him,' and if the cop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

Mm IJij jj I (tfl) A A A A. ; TERMS I !. Per Year,) ( 75 Cenea for 6 Months I 40 Cts.for 3 months. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JJT uil NCE. J Vol. VIII. Now Bloomfleld, Tn,., Tuesday, Lpril 14, 1874. TNo. IS. mw Ijloomfirlfc rmfs. 18 PUBLISH BD XVKRT TUESDAY MORNING, BI FRANE MOETIMES & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Bteam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING BATES: TramUnt 8 Cents porllno for one Insertion 19 two Insertions 15 ' " three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. uFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. OLD EYE'S SrEECH. I was made to be eaten And not to be drank ; To be thrashed In a barn, Mot soaked In a tank. I come as a blessing, When put through the mill ; As a blight and a curse When run through a still. Make me up into loaves, And your children are fed ; But If Into drink, I will sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

2 An Odd Man. OONCL.UDBD. ifcTTAME, eh? O, it doesn't matter. JL i Say (or me, of courso. And look here j there will be five shillings for you if the chaise is here in time. Ay, you may well make ft how ; I told the gentleman it was too much for you." "I'm very much obliged to you both," said Bam, slyly, " I'm sure, sir ; I'll be off at cock-crow." " There, Sam Shoars," said Molly,assoon as they had the kitchen to themselves again, " did you ever hear of one of your now what-d'ye-call-ums ordering a chaise to go ranting about in, I should like to know? What have you got to say now ?" " I say," said Sam, " as ho's a gentle man, and no mistake." The evoning passed away very quietly in the littlo parlor. The favorable Impression made upon Holton by his guest's manners and conversation was certainly deepened by their further intercourse ; hut the position seemed folt by both parties to be an awk ward one ; and when his departure early on the following morning was proposed, Bolton of cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

ftljc tmc0; New Bloomftcfc, )a CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STJIICTL Y MUTUAL! Asset, 0,S:0,3!3S.J ! TSStTKSnlltltonew forms of Policies, and pre JL sent as favorable terms asany 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. No policy or medical feecharged. .. W. FROST, Prertrtent. M. B. Wvnkoop, Vice Pres't. J. P.Kooers, Seo'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College Block, Harrlsburg, Fa. TIIOS. II. MILMOAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Porry County Bank! Sponsler, Junkln & 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 Cent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

Ijc Stmco, Blaomficltr, Pa. pt fjjlamnfiflir imc5 NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, April 14, 1874. Tub Mifflintown Independent which sus pondod last year after being burned out, made its appearance again last week, look ing "as good as new." We wish it a long and prosperous career. The recent election in Connecticut, re sulted in the election of a Democratic Gov ernor, by a majority of about 2,500. Both houses of the Legislature are also Demo cratic, which secures the election of a democrat to the United States Senate. This will be the first Democratic) Senator from any Now England State for many years, and that party naturally feel jubi . lant over the result. Hnrrlsbnrg Correspondence. IlAnmsnimo, April 11th, 1874. The Legislature after week's "loafing" ' have again gone to work, nnd are making some progress. In the House on Tuesday, Mr. Morgan, of Lawrence, offered a reso lution providing for an adjournment fine die on the 30th inst., but the resolution was referred to the commit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

Stlje imc0f New Bloomficlb )a. Ijloamfitltr imxtB. Tueaday, April 14, 1874. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Notice. Persons who have subscribed for Peterson's, or other mnguzines In con nection with the Times, should make any complaint of non arrivals, directed to the office of publication. Having received one copy is proof that we have forwarded thoir subscription, and the fault, if any is with the publisher or postal dopartmont. Singular Accident. A little boy of David Sheibley's at Newport, met with a severe accidont on Thursday, which nearly deprived him of the sight of an eye. Mrs. 8., his mother was sewing, while the child was lying on the floor, and whon she arose, the scissors flow out of her lap into the child's eye penetrating it, but it did not injure the lens of the eye. Fire. On Friday morning, at about 7 o'clock, a Are broko out in the cabinet shop of Mr. A. P. Nickle, in this borough, and in a short time the building and its entire contents of tools, lumber and furniture was entire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

6 l)c tme0f New Dlaomftclb pd. Chartered March 11, 1870. XT . 33 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia AdTcrtisements. Philadelphia Adyertisements. Tuestlay, April 14, 187 4. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communication!! from all prrona who are inuTciHU'd iu luaiiurs proieri)r uwiouKiutf to tuis de partment. Hon tlicyklll Cnttlo In Texns. The ordinary plan of drawing the steer down to the block, and striking them n the head with an axe, is too slow for the wholesale butchery carried on here. About one dozen head are driven into a small pen, jnst sufficiently lurge to hold that number closely packed, and a gate forced to be. hind them. This bed has an open slat platform across the top of it, upon which two men are stationed with poles with sharp pointed knives fixed on the end of them. With a rapidity acquired by long practice, they plunge their spears into the necks of the affrighted and struggling ani mals, cutting the jugular vein, and each 1 successively falls as if stru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

A New Idea! Newport Advertisements. NEW STORE ROOM. -A. NEW GOOD8I E. B. WISE, Having opened A New Rtnro at the corner of Fourth Hi Cherry Htreets. juat above the Penn'a. It. H. depot, iu Newport, are uow prepared to Bhow a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOOD8, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stock and nee that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share ot the public patronage. 3E. J3. WISE, walnut Street, 35 u . Newport. Pa. Do You Want Bargains ? IP SO, CALL ON W.H.MUSSER, At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having Just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK OF XUfcY - G OODS, It OCKllIEN, AND NOTIONS, 1 am prepared to oltor to the citizens of Terry County one of the BKHT ASSORTMENTS of GOODS ever brought Into this vicinity. My Stock of DRESS - GOODS, DRESS-TR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 April 1874

8 Qtljc imc0, Kcto JBIoomficUX Jo. The Flight of a Bank Cashier. Mr. Oliver II. Miller, acting Cashier of the Croton River National Band of Brew sters, N. Y., and editor of the Republi can papers at White Plains and Brewsters, has been missing since Monday night lost. He took the 7 P. M., train at Brewsters, saving that he was going to White Plains to stay over night, as ho bad some extra work to do there. Ho met Harry Fox, foreman of his ofllco, on the depot platform and told him he was going to PeekBkill and that he would return to Brewsters in the morning. Then he stopped on the train, saying to Fox, " if anybody inquires about me, tell him where I have gone." Mr. Mil ler did not go to Pcckskill. Ho was seen ou Tuesday In Now York, since which time nothing has been heard from him. Mr. Foster, the cashier, and Mr. James E. Kelly the President, having satisfied themselves that Mr. Miller had absconded, began an Investigation of his accounts. Enough has been ascertained to warrant t...

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