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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 June 1874

QTlje Suites, Xcw Uloomfttltr, U. Tuesday, June 9, 1874 L O CAI DEI All T M EN T, NO CUTS INSERTED. After the OTtmraqon of prmpnt contrnrtit no more rm or t'lPrmrryiH'. iw liimulrd mill base and uot thru imlentj quite UkM fuco! uiiIi'mm oil luelul CHcrnoved. Wenrenow ploasantly lixod fin our new ofilce. It was a terrible job to remove our engine and other machinery, but with the assistance of kind friends it was all safoly accomplished, the engino put into proper place, and the presses set up, and we are able to Issue our paper without any delay. Wo shall bo pleased to receive the call of our friends at any time. ' i The Time complains of a blacksmith In New port, who charges " 10 cents on a week day to lusten a shoe on a horse, mid 60 cents to do the same work on Sunday," which the editor thinks Is outrageous. It Is rather high, but then, you know, llloomflcld folks never patronize Newport, only in "cases of necossity." JUcws. Docs the ffewl mean to slander tho tradesmen and mechan...

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. — 9 June 1874

6 Tuesday, June 9, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS W Invite cnmnnmlrstlons from ll persons who are iiitoreRtpd lu matters properly bololiKiuv tn this de partmtmt. Drink for the Hnryest Field. A farmer's wifo in Montgomery county sends us the following receipt for a " Wholesome Fiold Drink," nud ns the season is now approaching when it can be used, we publish it that all may make it who choose : The excessive use of cold water during the sweltering beat of sum mer often results in serious and alarming illness. It is therefore advisable that some beverage should bo substituted for it of which those oppressed can parrake with safety. For tbis purpose I am aware of no better or more refreshing drink than the following : Take of the best white Ja maica ginger root, carefully bruised two ounces ; cream of tartar, one ounce ; water six quarts, to be boiled for about five min utes, then h trained ; to the strained liquor add one pound of sugar, and again place it over the fire, keep it well ...

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. — 9 June 1874

l)c Sttmcs, New JUIomnftclir, J3a. Newport Advertisements. A New Idea! KM NEW FIRM! .A. NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner of ruurui unerry mreeis, just, aoove nie renn a, R. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to allow a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to calf and examine their atock and see that they are ottering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. E. Li. WISE, WALNUT STREET. Neivport, JPa. 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, ii 11 O 13 It I K S , & U I) N O T J 0 N $ t I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Terry County one of the REST ASSORTMENTS of 400DS ever brought In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 June 1874

8 ijc Simcs, JNuu . Bloomficlb, )a. A Crary Horse. The ValUy Star publishes tlio following letter from a lady In Albany, 111. : " We had quite a strange occurrence this week. I know you wiU almost doubt me when I tell you of it. A crazy or mad horse ran into our front door, reared and pitched around I know for more than half an hour. He had the blind staggers, what they are I cannot tell you. Before the girl aud I could run out of the kitchen he had knocked down tho stove with the fire in it, and was jumping and rearing and making bavoe among things generally. I was near ly scared to death. Doctor ran in for the baby (all this time I never thought of her) and found her crying, with the sido of her crib all broken in and a piece of the hot stove pipe had fallen on her and was burn ing her right check all this time. The horse was now in our bed room flounder ing on the bed. He gave the baby to a neighbor lady, Mrs. Sayer. She knew what was wrong and had told mo to run to her house. I ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

Nib i r H . AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. . Vol. VIII. .'IVoy Bloomfteld, PnM Tuesday, Juno 1G, 1874. No. 24. 18 PUBLISHED EVEnT TUESDAY MORNINO, BT FEANK M0ETIME3 & CO.. At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Va. Being provided with Steam Tower, and large Cylinder and .Tub Tresses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Jnb-l'rlntlnK In . goo4 style and at Low 1'ilces. .. ADV EUT18I JG HATK8J TrantiiiUH Cents per lino Tor one insertion ' . i 13 " " ' twolnsertlons 15 ' " "three insertions Business Notice! In Local Column 10 Conts per line. ,' , W.For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CONTINUED. it ""OU sent for me, madam," ho said. " Nellie," she gasped ; "tell me where she Is?" There was something so wild in her man ner that it hardly looked like grief it seemed rather as if she had determined to dare all sooner than relinquish a single claim. " Where is Nellie?" she repeated, pas sionately. " You have no right to keep her from me you sh...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

l)e" tintC0, New Bloomftcfo,. )a. Cora's Mistake. CORA DEPEYSTER pined for ft prince. Not a common prince, like the anuffy old Russian we used to see on Broadway, wearing a greasy fur collar and long over coat, eating garlio and drinking brandy three tiroes diurnally, and growling at everything American in the most detestable English. Nothing of the kind. She pined for a prince such as we read about in the fine old sentimental novels that amused our fathers and mothers in the flower of their youth ; a Tlmddous of War saw, all talent, and pallor, and tenderness, and musical voice, and flue, rolling eyes, and pedigree, and that sort of thing. For my part I don't believe in such princes. The Prince of Wales isn't one of that species, and I'm afraid the breed has gone out with the fine old sentimental novels. Nothing else, however, would suit Miss Cora Depeyster. Being not totally unlike other fair damsels of twonty or thereabouts, she desired to experiment upon the state matrimonial, a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

Slje Glimcs, NctuDtoomficli), f)a. 3. NEW YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STRICTLY MUTUAL I ISSUES all the new forms of Policing, and pre. Rents as favorable terms as any company In the United Status. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit ure. No extra charges are made for traveling permits. Policy-holders share In the annual profits of the Company, and have a voice in the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical fee charged. L. W. FROST, President, til. 13. Wynkoop, Vice Pres't. ,1. P.ltoGEics, Sec'y, J. V. EATON, General Agent, No . 6 North Third Street, College Block, Harrlsburg, Pa. THOS. H. MII.LK1AN, fl 42 ly Special Agent for N ewport. Perry County Bank! Npoiisler, Tuiiklu V Co. milEunrterslKn-d. having formed a Banking As L soclatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

4 4 ljc loomfifIlr imts. NEW BLOOMFIELP, TENN'A. H Tuesday, June 16, 1874. Laws Relating to Newspaper Subscriptions The fnllowiwr Is the law resting- to nowsimiers and their subscribers : I. Hulwrlbprs whn do not irive express notice to the r'mtriiry,arti(HuttiiUTt;d-isuiug- tu cnutiuue tbeir sub s' ription. i. if tmhscrilx'rs ordtT the discontinuance of their lrtodk'nN, ttn iut)liuir may continue to send them !-!Hl all arrrnnitmi are paid. ii iiibKerilit'l't netrli';t or rcfiiie to tnltP thr-ir ppri oOiruls li nn the orttw to which they are directed, Ihey are held ri-pimni!le until they have settled their bills, and order them diacoutinued. 4. If Riilme.riWr move to other places without In forming tile pulliHhera, and the pajierH are sent to the lornit-r dire'tion, they are held reMPoiixiblp. t. The linurta have decided that refuainir to talie e rioiliniis from the oltice, reniovintr and leaving them i;nrallcd for, la prima facie evidence of luteutiouai ti. Any jwrsnn who reneivea ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

Stlje GTimcs, New Bloomftdlr, $a. lit Ijlonntfifftr (imt8. Tuesday, June 10, 1S74 LOCAL DETAR TMENT. NO CUTS INSKHTED. After tb Piplrttlon of jirownt contract no more rtitnor fhwlnayjn will be lim.rtid iiiilena ou mutul bHse uiid not tht'ii unlcu quite Utrht laced. iVonr Now "Eureka Jobber" which we run by steam, enables us to do work rapidly and welt Persons wanting printing of any kind dono promptly find nt low prices, will consult their own interests by calling at the Times Omen, tf. )illoomllcld Academy. Lost week wit nessed the close of the current year of this school with an attendance of 127 pupils. The new school year opens the last week in August, undor its present principal, the Kov. John Edgar. The school year closes in .Tnnn. m scholars then irraduatino' nass ) on to their various Colleges. HIHah hv n ttnnlra ATva T. TTnrtrtli nf Turbott twp., Juniata county, went to the cellar in her bare feet, ou Sunday a week when slio was bitten by a houso snake. The wound has caused...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

6 lje imc0. New J3loomftcli, $la. rhiladelnhia Advertisements. Tuesday, June 10, 1874, FABU AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS W" Invite rnmmnnlriillnns fmm sll ppmnns wlio sre partment. The Evil of Paring' a Horse's Foot. It is also by means of this iuuer or sensitive solo that the secretion which feed tho outer sole are deposited. On tlio other hand, tho other solo has for its use the work of protecting tho inner solo both from contact with tho ground mid also with the atmosphere. The atmospheric contact results in absorbing the natural moisture until it becomes dessicated, or parched, so that great cracks and rents appear in it, as tho farmer in August, on a clay bottom, finds great routs and cracks iu the soil. In short, tho outer side is is.nature'8 shiold and nature's stuffing for tho innor solo, to waid off on tho one hand, the blows that might otherwise smito it ; and on tho other hand, to keep its juices, by the means of which tho solo of tho foot is being supplied with needed nutrition, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

l)c imc0, New Bloomficlir, J)cu . Newport Advertisements. "newstore roomT A New Idea! Iron in tho Blood NEW FIRM I NEW GOODS I WILSOKT SHUTTLE- E. B. WISE , Having opened a New Store at the corner ol Kiiurtli & Cherry Streets. Just above the Penn'a, It. It. depot. In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DKY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of Roods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity to calf and examine their stock and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a Bliare of the public patronage. 3E. J3. "WISE, WALNUT STREET, Neivport, Pa. 35 tf Do You Want Bargains? IF BO, CALL ON w. H. musses; At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having Just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK OF I3R,Y - GOODS, 11 0 13 It I K S , hUV NOTIONS, I am prepared to ofler to the citizens of Terry County one of the BE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 June 1874

8 $ljc imca, Hew filoomftclb, )a. An Incident of the Crnsadc. A band of Indie who started out to vis it the liquor saloons in Adrian, Michigan, a few days ago, met with some peculiar experiences, which the Timet of that place describes. It says : They reached Fisher's saloon a little after 4 o'clock. They found Mrs. Fisher in charge, and the saloon oc cupied by quite a party of men. As soon as the ladies entered, Mrs. Fisher became very much ezoited, and told them to go out, as she wanted to lock the door. Blie proceeded at once to carry this threat into execution, three ladies, however, leaving befote the door was locked. The ladies state that not five minutes elapsed after they went in before the door was locked. Of course, as soon as it be came known that the ladies were locked in the saloon, it caused a good deal of ex citement upon the street and among the friends of the imprisoned ladieB. The crowd in front of the saloon became large, and by dusk the streets were crowded.- Af ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

lfilM7; a a a III 1 1 II lilf 1 1 111 """'riTcIr- AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. YZ",Zsim?' YQlt VHI, iVoAV Hlooniflcld, Tii., Tuesday, .Time S3, 1874. IVo. 35. IS FUDLISIIKD BVEHT TUESUAT HOHNIHO, BT FEA1TZ MORTIMER & CO., It New Illoomfleld, Ferry Co., Fa. Being provided with Steam Tower, and lnrge Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared, to do nil kinds of JobTrlntlim In good style and at Low Trices. ADVERTISING II ATMS t Trtmtient H Cents per lino Tor one insertion 13 " " ' twolnsertlons 15 three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CONTINUED. TTT HO can it be ?" said Nellie, sha- T T ding her eyes with her band, and looking down the avenue. " Why, it's Robert Morris, 1 do believe," she continued, as the ritlor appeared through the trees. The boy caught sight of her eager face and waved his cap in a gay salute. Nellie drew back a little ashamed of her own ea...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

2 THE GIRL FROM THE COUNTRY fV-IE Miss Calkins or, as tlroy were l sometimes wont to call themselves, the Misses Calkins were two young ladies, who nevor omitted to congratulate them selves that thoy lived "in town." This more particularly, In contradistinction to anything that ever came from, or went to tho country. The , Old Bailey cortkl not certainly be a worse placo, in their fancy, than was the expanse of territory that stretched beyond the walls of their pent-up streets. Nothing, they religiously be lieved, ever came to much in the country ; and nobody ever was anything, who hap pened to live oat of town. They were not even endowed young ladies, the two Misses Calkins, either in point of comeliness or gontlo breeding. They were lankish, muddy complcxioned, and had little grace to spare in their man ners. Their social situation, too, was somewhat peculiar, and might possibly have been altogether responsible for the unsettled and decidedly inconsistent char acter of their demea...

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. — 23 June 1874

1STEW "5rOR.IC CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF KEW YORK, STRICTLY M UTUALt ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pre. sent as favorable terms asauy company iu tlie United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit ure. No extra charges are madcfor traveling permits. Policy-holders share in the annual prolltsof the Company, and have a voice In the elect Ions and mauagemeut of tlie Company. No policy or medical feecharRed. ,. W. FROST, PreMenl. M. B. Wvnkoop, Vice I'res't. J. P.KooEits, Scc'y. J. F. EATON, General Agent, No . 6 North Third Street, College Block, Ilarrlsburg, Pa. TIIOS. II. MII.I.KiAX. 6 lily Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! NiohhU'i", .limit in V Co. rpHK undersign id, having formed a Banking As 1 soclatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a Ueneral Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE THIS CO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

4 lje SKmcs, Nttu Btoomftcto, Da. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, June 23, 1874 film' 'Jr ff : - ;g . Tns entire Democratic State ticket baa been elected in Oregon. The Legis lature stands: Senate, Hcpublicans, 11 ; Democrats, 0 ; Independent, 10. Houso, Republicans, 10; Democrats, 22; Inde pendent, 23. The House of Representatives at Wash ington has passed a bill declaring that no person shall be allowed to serve as juror in the United States Courts, who cannot road and write the English language. The privilege of citizenship aro beginning to shrink again within the bounds of a just conservatism. TnE legislature of Rhode Island have been trying for about ten days to elect a United States Senator, to succeed Mr. Sprague. So far Qenoral Burnside lead in the race, but at the last balloting lacked 15 votes of receiving enough to elect him. It may result as it did in Massachusetts, in a compromise, by the election of some of the less prominent candidates. The Republicans of Franklin co...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

;5 lit Ioomfulb pints. Tuesday, June 23, 1874. LOCAL D JB PA R TM E N T. NO CUTS INSERTED. AftT the einirotlon of prwwmt contracts no mora cnta or elwitrol) i will be iwrtpd liuk-M ou meUl bue and uot then unless quite ttxtit lacvd. Oor New "Eureka Jobber" which we run by steam, enables us to do work rapidly and well. Persons wanting printing of any kind done promptly and at low prices, will consult their own interests by calling at tbe Times Office. Too Much Fire. On Thursday afternoon fire broke out in a clearing on tbe land of Morris Heston, Esq., in Centre twp., and before it was extinguished burnt about 25 cords of wood for George Eckert, who bad cleared the land, and considerable fence for Mr. Heston, and Mr. A. B. Com p. The Are communicated to the clearing, from a burning stump which had been fired sev eral days previous. Crashed to Death. On Tuesday morn ing the mangled body of Andrew J. Mar tin, a brakoman in the employ of the Northern Central railroad company, was found a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

0 ljc Simcs, Nciu Bloomftclir, Ja. m fllaomfitlb mmts. Tuesday, Je 23, 1874. ?AHM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We inrltp onmmmilmtlnns from nil wrms who up? IntTuMtoel lu nutter prnitnrly lHilniiKinK to this dr. purtment. Agriculture. Agriculture Is the most certain source of strength, wealth, and Indoiienrlenco. Com merce lluurishes by circumstances precari ous, contingent, transitory, almost as liable to change as thn winds and waves that waft it to our shores. She may woll be termed the younger sister, for, in all emer gencies, she looks to agriculture both for ilcfenno and supply. Colion. The first three men in the world wero a gardner, a ploughman, and a grazier ; and if any man object that tho second of these was a murderer, I desire bo would consider that as soon as ho was so, he quit our pro fession and turned builder. Cowley. Iu ancient times, the sacred plow, em ployed the kings, and nwful fathers of mankind. Thornton. Iu tho age of acorns, antecedent to Ceres and the royal ploughm...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

l)c mcoV Nctu Bloomftclb, Ja. Newport Advertisements. 15iwT0RER00M. A New- Idea! NEW FIHM! NEW WOODS! r E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the comer of Kourtlift Cherry Streets, Just above the Pcnn'a, It. II. depot. In Newuort. are now prepared to diow a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DKY GOODS, tiJiOCEWKS, ' BOOTS & SHOES, HATS til CAl'S, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of kooiIs which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. TJiey ask the citizens of Newport nnd vicinity to call and examine their stock and see that they are ofierlng goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. EJ. 11. WISE, WALNUT 8THEET, 33 tI Neivport, 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 SPLENDID STOCK OF- DI1Y - GOODS, ii K O JE It I JK H , AND NOTlONSt I am prepared to olfer to the citizens of Terry County one of the BEST ASSORTMENTS of (JOODS ever brought Into...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 June 1874

8 IriffpnionsncRS of Prisoners. In the Eastern Penitentiary have boon added too more names to the list of attempt ed escape Frank Mosor, of Syracuse, New lOrk, undergoing a sentence of seven years for burglary committed in Philadel phia, and Jacob Heioholt, of Muncy, Ly coming county, Pa., who is serving a simi lar term for arson. Within a day or two a break was discovered in the heating room of the Penitentiary. The fact was reported to the Warden, who began an in vestigation which led to the discovery of the facts given below : Moser and Koicholt, were employed to gether in a single cell at shoomaking. It soemed that they some time ago conceived the Idea of making their escape by the sewer running underneath the Penitentiary and roado saws out of the working knives. They sawed through the floor of the cell, then burrowed down and followed the foundation wall of the structure until they met the heating room, which they cut through ; thence gained access to tho sew er, along which t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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