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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 May 1874

5 ljc l0omfUIir imts. Tuesday, May 5, 1874:. ' LOCAL DEFARTMENT. Almost Suffocated. J. M. Fickos' fami ly of Newport, bad a narrow escape from suffocation by coal gag, on Saturday night a week. Had Mr. F. not awakened at the time he did, fatal conscquouces would have ensued. Dr. Jas. Eby's services wore call ed for, and the sufferers wore soon niado comfortable. Shocking Accident. On Wednesday last, a young man by the name of 0. W. Barr, of Cameron county, met with a terrible and fatal accident, at Girty's Notch, Buffalo township, this county. While lu the act of snubbing a raft, his leg was caught in the coil of the rope, and drawn two or three times around the post. His ankle was crushed, and bis log was entirely cut off betweon the ankle and kuee. His knee was crushed and leg broken in the thigh, and the flesh slipped off so that bis intes tines could be seen. Ho died in about 'twenty-four hours after the accident. Drowned. On Sunday the 20th ult., the "body of Geo. Walton Monroe...

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. — 5 May 1874

6 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Adrertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Tuesday, May B, 1S74. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wo Invite communfrntion from all iwrannn who are intrrnntfiiliu miltrn iriicrly IiuIoukIuk tothlade partuteut. Keeping Eggs through Hie Summer. Tako eggs that you know to be good (for If stalo of courso they will not keep well), and place them in a firkin first sprinkling two inches depth of salt all over the bottom of it. Pat in the eggs the small end downward, so that the yolk will float in the middle of the white, and not cling to the side of tho egg and spoil it. Fill up the lirkin with eggs and lay a board over them or a plate, to prevent thorn from floating when the brine is poured in. Thon slake three pints of lime in six gallons of water and add to it two and a half pints of course salt, stirring it up thoroughly. Let it stand over night to settle, and pour the clear water carefully over the eggs. The eggs must be kept entirely under brine f...

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. — 5 May 1874

l)c mc0, Nnu Bloontftclir, )a. Newport Advertisements. ISwSToSEllOOMr Iron in the Blood NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the Bonier of Fourth & Cherry Streets, Just ahove the I'enn'a, B. K. depot, in Newport, ore now prepared to xliow a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GUOCEltlES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of coods which they will sell , AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their Htock and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. ID. 13. 'WISIE, WALNUT STREET, as h Newport, Pa. Do You Want Bargains ? IF SO, CALL ON W.H.MUSSER, At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having just returned from the City with a STLENDID STOCK ' -OF- BI1Y - G OODS, O It O 13 Bt I E H s hno nor to nz, Iain prepared to offer to the citizens of Terry County one of the 11 EST ASSORTMENTS of GOOUH ever brought ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 May 1874

8 ljc ffiinco, New BloomftcKi, )a. A Woman In Hurry. On Monday of last week, says the Albany Argut, there was an 'occurrence on the Harlem Extension Railroad that Is worth recounting. About 0 o'clock on the morn ing of that day a collision a collision be tween a girl and A train of cars was avoid ed In a very singular and daring way. The girl is a school teacher, and she was on her way to school. The train was from'Chat ham, on its way to Rutland. Both root on the trestle-work near Brainard's Sta tion. The girl stood still, while the alarm ed engineer whiBtlod down brakes, and managed to stop the train only when his engine was within ten feet of the obstruc tion. The trestle-work is 80 feet high, and bears only one course of ties and only one track. " What do you mean, do you want to be killed?" inquired the engineer. "No," said the girl, "I am going to school." " Well, go back until the train crosses the trestle," said the engineer. "I can't," said the girl, "I am Into." "Step asid...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

4 1 If -1 1 f 1 It' Xr r i "JFrlr'j : ' ' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. j'r." Vol. VIII. New Bloomileld, Tn., Tuesday, 3Iny IS, lST. IVo. lO. (pjc. komfidtr (pints. 18KJBMBHBD EVERT TUESDAY MORNING, T FBANZ MOKTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Y&. Bein provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at I-ow Prices. ADVERTISING UATKSI Trar.iUrt 8 Cents per lino for one insertion . . 13 twoinsertlons ' ' ' 15 " "throe insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. ;: i . .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. ' For the Blooinf.eld Times. TEE OLD STOOL AT SOME. ' II V UABRT h. 'Tis old now and worthless, and shattered by age, And marks of rough usage will freely presage, But I'll treasure it still, as though it were gold, For I love near my heart, the dear treasure to hold. I have sat by thai treasure, in days gone by, And the unbidden tear would...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

The two friends In a short time pro duced another lottor which we give in full. " WlKTHItOP HotJ8B. "Adorable Miss Snmr.-wr I exper ienced so much pleasure in jueruslng the few, though precious lines, wliich you so generously penned me, that it is impossible to describe my emotions upon paper. I feared you would not deign to reply to my petition ; I dreaded Jest you might cast away the offering as a worthless tiling. Having heard the name of Miss Isabella Shirley associated with that of a Dr. Mal colm so often, I almost despaired of re ceiving a kind word. Is the rumor that is abroad entirely without foundation ? You can speak to me as freely as to a brother. Dear Miss Shirley, your beauty and talents entitle you to graoe a circle where he could not gaiu admittance for a moment. I speak warmly, but my feelings are impulsive and often lead ine to extrcmos. " Let me speak to you for a moment, dear Isabella pray forgive this liberty let me hear your sweet voice and look again upon that...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

l)c tmcs, Mvo Bloomftcl&, flip; -YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, S TlilCTL Y M VT UAL t ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pre sents as favorable terms us any company In tbe United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Polioies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit ure. No extra charges are made for traveling permits-Policy-holders share lu the annual protltsof the Company, and have a voice lu the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical fee charged. I. W. FROST, Present. M. B. Wthkoop, Vice Pres't. J.P.KOOKRS.Sec'y. J, F. EATON, General Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College Block, ITarrisburg, Pa. TH08. IT. MILLIOAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Porry County Bank! Sponslcr, Jtinltlu A 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 Squar...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

4 l)C: Sinus, ' Ntvo Dloomftcfo; )a. i be lOIomnficIb Oiimts. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, May 1, 1874. A New Party. A meeting of the advisory board of State farmers of Illinois, was hold at Bloom ington last week, fifty-two out of one hun dred and two counties in the State being represented. After discussion it was de cided by nn almost unanimous vote that .a new party should be organized which shall include the members of all industrial organizations, and a call was Issued for a : State Convention to meet at Bloom ington. But they forgot to state what the "now party" should bo mado out of, provided the organizations referred to do not respond favorably. A. Charge in the mode of electing the President and Vice President hag been for some time under consideration' by the Son ate Committee of Privileges and Elections. It is understood that that committee have agreed upon their report which is substan tially the plan suggested by Senator Mor ton. The proposition is to divide each ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

, 4 , . . Tuesday, May 12, 1874. LOCAL DETAllTMENT. New School House. A now school house is to be built in Centre twp., on the upper corner of Wilson Darlington's farm, the land having been donated the township for that purpose. The contract for the build ing has been awarded to Mr. John Shearer, for $925, and he to have the old building, and in case the bricks cannot be had of Wm. Brunor, the contractor is to have f 25 extra. ' The Temperance men of York county liave boon making lively times for the turn eellors. At the late Hay term of Court, there were over thirty true bills found against different persons for soiling liquor without license, for selling on Sunday, and for selling to minors and drunken persons. Sentences ranging from S0 to $10 and costs, and imprisonment in some extreme cases, were imposed on the parties tried. York oounty gave a majority in favor of license at the late eloction, and the people don't mean to have law abused and disre garded. Judge Fisher refused t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

6 GHjc 8Kmc0, New Bloomftcft, )a. m 5l00mMir Jpwts. Tuesday, May 12, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite cnmnrninirattoni from all rff"n who re interested in mittora iiruiwrlir buloiudim to tbU de partment. Statistics Regarding Seed Wheat. The statistician of the Dopartment of Agriculture, has concluded an investiga tion of the extent and advantage of the use of the drill iu seeding wheat. It ap pears that forty por cent, of the entire area is drilled in ; fifty-two per cent, of the win ter wheat and but three-tenths of the spring wheat, exclusive of that of Califor nia. A line from Chicago to Leavenworth prolonged to the Pacific practically divides the production of spring from winter wheat. North-west of it scarcely two per cent, of winter wheat is grown, except in California. South-east of it only four por cent, of wheat is spring sown. Half the area of winter wheat is seeded with the drill. In New York, fifty-five por cent j in New -Jersey, seven-tenths ; in Pennsylvania, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

I)c times Nnv Blomnftclir, $a. Newport Advertisements. A New Idea! STORE ROOM. NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner of rourin unerry Htreets. Just above tne renn'a. It. K. depot, in Newport, are now prepared to 9J1VW Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GKOCEIUES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of goods which they will sell A3 CHEAP A3 THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stock and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. 13. WISE, WALNTJT STREET, Neivport, Pa. 35 tf Do You Want Bargains? IF SO, CALL ON W. H. MUSSER, At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK OF DRY - GOODS, OBOCEltlES, AND NOTIONS, I am prepared to oiler to the citizens of Terry County one of the BEST ASHOKTMKNTS of GOODS ever brought into this vicinity. My Stock of ... D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 May 1874

8 ljc Simco, New Blomnficfo, )a. Death from Excesslye Joy. A Milwaukee papor tolls the following sad story : About four years ago a young and stal wart Gornjan, named Fritz Schonman, loft his native laud to seek bis fortune in the new world. He delayed not upon reaching N. York, but went straightway to Milwau kee, b aving beard that it would prove, in many respects, a second fathorland to him. lie entered the employ of Best's Brewing Company, where he has steadily remained ever ince, constantly rising in the good wishes of his employers. Being of an industrious disposition and but little inclined to squander his earnings he soon put by a snug little sum, entirely Biifliciciit to warrant bim iu entering the matrimonial market, and accoidingly his friends advised him so to do, assuring him that his good looks, honest manner, and business capacity, would enable him to secure a f size from among the many red checked Teuton damsels who were wont to smile on him. But to nil suggestions Fr...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

f iluf f P " ' """rrclr'- AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "A" Vol. VIII.- Now Bloomlleld, Pn., Tuesday, May 19, 1874. ' No. 20. jl0mnfitlir hnr0. 18 1-CBUSIIED BVEHT TUESDAY MORNING, BY ' FEANZ MORTIMER & CO.; At New IMooniflcld, rcrry Co., Ta. Being provided with Rtrnm Tower, and large Cylinder ami Job -Presses, ve are prepared todnnll kinds ol Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING ItATKSi Tratuient 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 " " twolnscrllons 15 " "three Insertions Business Notices In Loral Column 10 Cents per line. -For longer yearly adv'ts terms will he given upon application. BP.EAD AUD 3UTTE3. The girl engaged In moulcltug bread Shall make some sweet-heart lluttcr, With hope to get the dulry-mald To make his bread and butter. She may not play the game croquet, Or French and German stutter, If well she knows tho curd from whey, And makes sweet bread and butter. Iq meal and cream she's elbow deep, And cannot stop to putter ; But says If he wil...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

2 Ijc ntc0, Hcit) JJIoomftcIb, f)a. "Kiss Grovllle, I, of course, would not wish to commit an net of violence ia your presence. v The cabin ia left for your re treat. What! are you excited now J Yet once before, I knew an act of violence wai committed towards mo, and a challenge was given. Why did you not Interfere then t Is his life so precious that you seek to preserve it?" The Captain's voice was very mournful. Ida turned pale. She knew not what to say. She saw in that strange boihg a power be fore which she was perfect weakness. " I deem it my duty, gentlemen, to pro test 1" cried the abbe ; " in the name of these ladies, and iu the name of that great Being, wliORe laws you would dese crate 1" , . " A sacred protest 1" cried the Captain. "And why did you not seek to stop this before it had assumed an importance which blood alone could satisfy? I appeal to these other honorable gentlomen, You heard the challenge of last night. ' Shall I be allowed to have satisfaction ?" "Yes?" c...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

3 CONTINENTAL : J - Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STRICTLY M VTUAL I ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pre sents as favorable terms as any company Id the United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and the policy hold good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeiture. No extra charges are madefor traveling permits. Policy-holders share In the annnal protttsof the Company, and have a voice In the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical feecharged. L. W. FROST, Prerttlmt. . M. B. Wtnkoop, Vice Fres't. J. P.Rooihb, See'y. J. F. EATON, General Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College block, Harrlsburg, Pa. THOa H. MILLIOAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Spongier, Junkln & 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 THB COURT HOUSE, NEW BL...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, FENN'A. Ttmaday, May 10 , 1874. .' . i Tns President bag recognir.ed Baxter as legal Governor of Arkansas, and if Brooks does not vacate the State House,' United States troops will be ordered to dispossess him. Already several lives have beon lost by conflict between the two factions, and the State has been left in anarchy and con fusion for two weeks. It is high time some decisive steps were taken to settle the dif ficulty. " The effects of the action of the Court on the liquor bills was plainly seen In town on Weil ties, day night Inst. Liquor must have been plentiful ly furnished by some uue." rims ot Tuosduy. " Now, what bad the Court to do with the young men drinking on the evening Indicated 1 It Is well known that the liquor came from Duncan's' Island. It seems that a few fnutt iindcrs are Ignorant of the truth or refuse to , speak It and In olthcr.caro are equally culpa IjIo. Attempts to Induce a Court to disregard the law of the land by newspaper squibs and...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

jc; Suites, i Nct i jBloouificfo, )a. 5 Tuesday, May 19,1874. L O GAIi liTHFAIl T.MJE1 if T. 'X New Story. Next week we shall com mence the publication (of another story which will continue for several weeks. , It will be found very interesting. , , , . , ." Burned. On Saturday a week a little child of Elleberger, residing at Mansville, was seriously burned from its clothing taking fire. Under the care of Dr. Epply, 'the little sufferer is recovering.- j-, Call Aceopted. Rev. S. E. Horring, of TNew Cumberland, and formerly of Blaln, has accepted a call from the Lutheran 'congregation at Duncannon. Correspond- ents will address him either at Duncannon or Lisburn, Cumberland county, Pa. A Sensible Woman. A lady who had ' two canary birds, named one Wheeler and 'the other Wilson,' and when asked why she so named them, replied " because neither -was a BiHOEa," and that you know is my favorite machine, thus showing that she was as sensible as she was witty.'' Concert A grand vocal and in...

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. — 19 May 1874

6 Ije tmb, New BlaomficlW J3a; ht fjlaomfulir Minus. Tuesday, May 19, 1874. FABLf AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We fnrlto nommunfrsUons fnmi ftll persons who re , ...r.u .u uviuugius wumw Adulteration of Lord. A writer iu tbe VJutrmactutical Journal ays that he lately obtained n quantity of lara irom a respectable pork dealer. It was beautifully white; iudced, he had never seen an article that looked better. His first trial of it was in preparing oint ment or nitrate of mercury. The color, when the mercurial solution was added, was the reverse of citrine : indoed. decld edly saturnine, developing in a short timo to a full slate color. Surmised at this un. precedonted result, the usual precautions Having been taken as to temperature, &o., the lard was suspected, and on examination was found to contain a large portion of lime. Borne time artor, being in conversa tion with the lard renderer, a hint was dropped as to the relation of limo to color. when the information was confidentially impar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

A New Idea! Iron in tlio Blood ' a. NEW FIRM I NEW GOODS I Newport Advertisements. E. B. WISE, Having oiwntd a Nw Store at the corner of Fourth a Cherry Htreets, Just above the Fenn'a. It. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In pnrt of DRY GOODS, GKOCEIUE8, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS, NOTIONS. and a general assortment of all kinds of good9 which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stock and see that they are ottering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. J3. WISE, WALNUT BTREET, 35 1( Newport, J?a. Do You Want Bargains ? IF,,'sO, CALL ON w. h! musser, At Newport, Penn'a. Having Just returned from the City with a SPLENDID . STOCK OF DRY - GOODS, GROEHIEM, AND NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Perry County one of the BEST ASSORTMENTS of iO01S ever brought into this vicinity. My Stock of DRESS - GOO...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 May 1874

8 3jc ffimcfvNcro BlomnfitKi, ')a. ur Western Corrcspowlence. TorEKA, Kanb., May (at, 1874. Dear 'Times : Winter's chilling wind lias once more past, and clieorfnl spring is with ks. All our trees, large and small, are coverod with flowers, that promises another year of fruit of all kiuds, similar to that of two years ago, when peaches sold at 25 cents per bushel, and grapes at a cents per pouud. Fruit trees bear much earlier here than In Pa. This spring has been very backward, but vegetables from gardens are in market pretty plenty. We have new potatoes, but we get thorn from , down the river. .The wheat both fall and spring is looking well, and we have every promise of a plentiful year. Five thousand head of cattle have arrived at Witcbata from Texas. They have been driven across the plains, and the drivers report grass good, and that they expect to harvest there in three weeks. Our latest excitement is in the arrival -of old Bender, from Salt Lake. I presume your readers remember...

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