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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

4 life I Ml iTOrll M AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ... '' S2S7, Vol. '"VIII.' New Bloomflield, Pn Tuesday, Juno GO, 1874. INTo. 2G. 18 FCBMBCBD BVBRY TUBSDAT MORNING, BT ' FBANK MORTIMEE & CO., At New Bloomneld, Pcrrj' Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Fressej, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rliitlng In good style and at Low Trices. . ADVERTISING KATKSI TramUnt 8 Onts per lino for one insertion 18 " " twolnsertloni 15 " i,",.' "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. ' ''' .For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. if, ;:' i THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. OOKTISOXD. 1 .'. fcb TS it possible ?" Bears exclaimed, after I the first instant of surprise, , and going toward bim with his hand extended. "Can this bo you?" " 1 believe so," he replied, returning his greeting, but with hU eyes fixed upon the woman who seemed suddenly frozen to si lence. " I am sorry to have startled you sorry that my...

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. — 30 June 1874

Ijc imc0, New filoomftcto, JJa. A' Green Clerk. COUSIN HARRY Is as handsome a fellow as the most fastidious among my lady readers would wish to see, and that is saying a great deal for cousin Harry, when odo takes into consideration the recherche taste of the ninoteonth oentury, Harry is a country shopkeeper f?ro cery dealer, I mean ; . that 4s, he sells pork, beef, fish, . oil, molasses and such articles, upon ono side of the store, aud oalicoes,de laincs, sheetings, muslins, and a very few silks, uponthe otlicr side Harrj'a " custom was very extensive a handsome young man in a dry-goods store is, in himself, a sort of a sign ; and a good looking olerk is worth a hundred dollars a year .more than an ugly goo. , It is a la mentable fact, and I am sorry to record it ; but it is so. ' Lasteummer, I was up at undo John's a visiting. Harry and royousin Jennie were the chief attractions at uucle John's ; but the fine strawberries and raspberries, with which, the kitchen garden abounded, ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

C OXTIN HNT AL ;:.V .i -; v Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STRICTLY MUTUAL I Assets, t$4,s:ts,:iu.-.i;i I ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, and pre. sents as favorable terms asany company Id the 'United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and -ithe policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeit ure. No extra charges are made for traveling permits. Pollcy-holdersshareln the annual protltsof the Company, and have a voice lu the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical feecharged. L. W. FROST, PrctMent. M. B. Wihkoop, Vice Pres't. .J. P.Rogers, Sec'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College Block, Ilarrlsburg, Pa. THOS. H. MILLIOAN, 6 42 ly - Hpeclal Agent for Newport. Perry Comity Bank! Nponsler, .lunktii A Co. THE undersign d, having formed a HankingAs. soclatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking busluess at their new Banking House, on Centre Sq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

4 imrs NEW BLOOMFIELD PENN'A. Tuesday, June 30, 187t'. Fobi Master General Ciieswell has resigned. His resignation wag accepted by the President who expressed much regret in losing his services. It is well some one regrets his loss. The President has nomi nated Hon., Eugene llale, of Maine, as his successor. . Dies of Hydrophobia. . . Francis Butler, a well known dog fancier, and regarded as authority on dogs, died at his residence in Brooklyn last weok of hy drophobia, lie was bitten at his store in that city, six weeks ago, by a small spitz dog, while endeavoring to make it take some medioine. Mr. Butler was a native of Eng gland, an accomplished linguist, and has been connected with several education al institutions as professor of languages. Some years ago he went Into the business of training, buying and selling dogs, ' and his ability in controlling and training them was marvellous. lie wrote a book entitled "Dog Training." He had no fear of by. drophobia, and often expressed ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

ljc imt0, Ntu ;Bloomficlb, Ja. - 5 Tuesday, June 30, 1874. LOCAL DEV All T M E N T. NO fJtJ'f S 1NSKUTED. After the expiration of present contracts no more cuts or elcctrotyiwn will bpinm-rtprt unleas on metsl babe and not then unless quite light faced. . Fatal Accident. On . Mouday tho 22nd inst., Mr. Wm. Fennol was so severely in jured by the falling of a rock in the Ore mines near NJw Buffalo Pa, as to cause his death within 24 hours, from tho time of re ceiving the injury. s a n i - . ir-.l 1 i JUIIl lrOlieD UU T eUllUy UVUIllUg, Mrs. Mehaffe Blipped on tho porch at her residence in this borough, and fell in such a manner as to fracture the bone of her right arm. The broken bone was set by Dr. Ard, and the old lady is doing as well could be expected. ' Some Olrlg Sold. An exchange says : " On Decoration day in Btinbury, a very modest and unassuming young man made arrangements with a young lady to take her out riding In the evening. Ho called at her residence at tho appointed tim...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

uhmm 6 foe ISloamfitlir tpmts. Tuesday, June 30, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We Invite commnnlotlnn from sll persons who re itittTcted iu matter, iirupft'ly iHjIotiKiu to thin de lurtmeut. i , Fashions Now and Then. It is an interesting fact and true to a great extent that the style of dress and ornaments of the Hebrew ladies of the present day and iu fact the prevailing toilet of all ladies is much the same as during the time of Solomon. With all the changes and variations of centuries, tho gradation of chignons and crinolines, we now find much of the simple grace and easy symmetry of ancient Greece. Tho Scriptures narrate a groat many tilings about the style of dress worn in the time of Solomon, and in the law of Moses several directions are given concerning xarmonts worn by the Israelites. In tho book of Judges the girls of that period are described by Deborah as " A prey of divers colors of noodlo-work," while Lemuel says, " Their clothing is of Bilk and purplo." Iu the frequ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

I)C hues, New Bloomficlir, Ja. Newport Advertisements. A New Idea! Iron in tlio Blood KM NEW FIRM I NEW OOODB1 E. 13. wise; Having opened a New Store at the corner ol Fourth & Cherry Streets, Just above the 1'enn'a, K. H. depot, tu Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part ot DRY GOODS, , . GROCERIES, , , . ; BOOTS & SHOES, HATS i CATS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds ol fsoods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS TI1E CHEAPEST. They ask the citizen of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stock and see that lliey are ottering goods at siieli prices as will scctnea share ol the public patronage. WALNUT STREET, M tf Newport, Pa. Do You Want Bargains? ' IK SO, CALL ON W. H. MUSSER, At Newport, Penn'a. -0 Having Just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK 01''- DRY'.: (JOODS, O 11 O 12 H I E S , KU 0 NOTIONS, I am prepared to olfcr to the citizens of Ferry County one of the IS EST ASSORTMENTS of GOODS ever brou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 June 1874

8 l)t Stmts -"Nod Bloomftdii; !)a. A Battle tot ween an Elephant an4 ft Ehlno ceros. A Terrible Flfrht. The Indianapolis Herald relates the fol lowing : "Last week, m the mammoth fleet of steamers employed to transport old John Robinson's great world exposition ap proached the landing at Wyandotte, sit uated on the banks of the Ohio river, in Western Virginia, an unusual commotion was observed on board the flagship Erie, No. 0. Men, women and children were wildly running to and fro frantically shout ing to the other steamers, while at the same time there arose a series of shrieks, screeches, yells and howls, as if all the in mates of pandemonium were being let v loose. " The good people on shore were unable to make out the meaning and strange be havior of those on the steamers, but sur mising that everything was not right among the animals in the menagerie they very quickly concluded that the open levee was no place for them', should any of the ferocious monsters make their way to l...

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

Ir ill 1 jj jf r lit r ii j 'iff Ti IHIII IF II If. 4 IE II II II If" 4lv TERMS i 1.S Per Year,) . -r-KT-rTriTVT7i-KT-rvT7i-KTrri tti a iitt -rr vrmroTi a Vitti ' Cents for 0 Months; IN ADVANCE. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 40 Cts. for 3 months. "Vol. VIII. IVoav lOloomileia, l?n,., Tuesday, .Ttily 7, 1874. TVS. 537. jc fjjhurmftclli fimfs. IB PUBLISHED BVERT TGE8DAT MORMIKQ, Bt : ' FBANS MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we arc prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In goud style and at Lor Prices. THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CONTINUED. "A: ND I," he said, striving to speak calmly, " arc my feelings noth ing? Can I go to that young girl with a lie in tny mouth ? can I go through my whole life acting a lie?" " Your feelings may change " "Anything but that upon that theme you shall not touch !" Mr.: James clenched his hand over the table, but his face did not change. " We will not argue the po...

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

STIjc 5Ttmc0, New Bloomftcfo, Pa. MRS. JONES' DAUGHTER. OR flve-apd-forty years I have borne . the name of Peter Smith. Though you have never heard 'of me, I flatter my self that my family name will be familiar to you. I am quiot iu my habits, and, I believe, not disposed to interfere with the rights of other men ; yet even this did not avail to save me some ten years since from becoming involved in an affair of honor. Let nie toll you how It happonod. At the time of which I speak I was an inmate of Mrs. Jones' family. I use the word inmate advisedly, since it was well ' known that Mrs. Jones never took board ers. In fact, Bhe expressly gave me to un derstand that her only inducement In tak ing me was the pleasure she expected to derive from my society ; that she was far above mercenary considerations. Of cou rse I felt flattered by the compliment thus iu sinuatcd, though I confess I was somewhat surprised, since all mercenary considera tions were disclaimed, to be chargod a higher ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 July 1874

CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STRICTL Y MUTUAL I Asset, ism,G:j9,:js5.a : ISSUES all the new forms of Policies, Riid pre nents as favorable terms asany compauy In the United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on eachpayment, and the policy held good during that time. Pollcleslssuedbythls Company are non-forfeit ure. No extra charges are made for traveling permits. Policy-holders shareln the annual profits of the Company, and have a voice In the elections and management of the Company. r No policy or medical fee charged. L. W. FROST, President. 11. B. Winkoop, Vice Pres't. J. P.Rooehs, Scc'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No . 6 North Third Street, . College Block, Harrlsburg, Fa. THOS. n. MILLIOAN, 6 12 ly Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Sponslei, Jimkln & Co. THE undersign id, having formed a Banking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a Oencral Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE TU...

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

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, July 7, 1874. The new Currency law Is being carried into effect, and the whole thing promises to got into working order without any de rangement to the finances. The city banks are depositing with the Treasurer at Wash ington 5 per cent, of thoir circulation in legal tendon for redemption purposes, and are also arranging the same thing for some of their country bank customers. Hon. Eugene IIall who was appionted Post Master General, has resigned after five days service. There not being any man in the United States capable of filling the vacant place, the President has offered the position to Hon. Marshall Jewell, now minister at St. Petersburg, and he has no tified the President by Cable that he will accept the position. This will give some other politician an opportunity to draw a few thousand dollars from the United States Treasury for an outfit. There is nothing like having the right man in the office, if he has to be brought from Europe. It is ...

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

$ljc Sinus, Kern Dloomftda, Ho. 5 Tuesday, July 7, 1874. LOCAL D E FAR T M EN T. The New Postal Law. As finally pass ed, the Post Office Appropriation bill fixes the rates on newspapers published weokly and oftener at two cents a pound except on weokly papers, which go free in the county where published ; on othor periodical pub lications three cents a pound ; on publio documents ten cents a volume or on an av erage of five cents a pound, and on copies of the Congreuionat Record one cent each, all to be prepaid ; the payments of news paper postage to begin Jan. 1, 1875. This will make the postage on newspapers about the same as at present, only it will be rated . in bulk and will have to be prepaid bythe , publishers. Its practical effect will be to introduce the cash Bystem of pre-pay ment en subscriptions, as phlishers will not be able to pay postage and give credit besides. Severe Storm. On Saturday afternoon last, at about 4 o'clock, Tyrone and Spring townships wore visited by o...

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

6 STIjc mtC0 New Bloqmftclir; JJa. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Tuesday, July 7, 1874. FAEMAND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS W lnTlt oommnnioBtions from all iwreons who ar intwiwted lu ruattora properly boloimliw to tula de. partmeut. How Mutes come Into Fashion. Few of the farmers of this county are aware what a depth of gratitude they owe George Washington for the introduction of mules into general use for farm purposes. Previous to 1783 there Were very few and those of such an -inferior order as to preju dice farmers against them as unfit to com pote with horses upon the road or farm. Consequently there were no jacks, and no disposition to increase the stock ; but Wash ington became convinced that the introduc tion of mules generally among southern planters would prove to tliem a great Mos sing, as they are less liable to disease, and longer lived, and work upon shorter feed, and aro much less liable to bo injured than horsos by careles...

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

l)c tmc0, New Bloomftclir; 3a. Newport Advertisements. ISwTOREROOMr A New Idea! NEW FIRM! .A. NEW GOODS! E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store St the corner of Fourth & (Jhorry Streets, Just above the Pcnn'a. K. K. depot, in Newport, are now prepared to allow a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ROOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of nil kinds of uoods 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 offering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. IS. J3. WIE, WALNUT 8TREET, Newport, Pa. 35 tf Do You Want Bargains ? IF 80, CALL ON W. H. MUSSER, At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having Just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK otf . GOODS, It O C 13 It I 13 S , AND NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Terry County one of the BEST ASSORTMENTS of . GOODS ever brought into til...

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

Hmi'Umiift. it r.iii's sr. x HtHa wiiimhiMm im ii tnM 8 ljc tmc0, Nctu Bloomfida, )i. A Singular Experiment. A Ucrmnn Absorbs Lamb's Blood. A Chicago paper says: "The direct transfusion of blood from a lamb to a hu man being is a fixed fact in surgical science. It may be added that to a physician resid ing in the suburbs of Chicago is due the honor of first introducing this woudorful cure to America medical circlor.. The fourth operation of the character above named was successfully performed upon a patient who is a residout of this eity. The man, Mr. Klelnstoubor, the opera tion upon whom was performed May 20th, had confidence in his advisers and had weighed all the human chances. And on Haturday, May 80, he confessed that to be the object to which the liquid fluid ran was not so terrible an affair after all. Although the apparatus at that time was in the na ture of things defective, having been made from pictured designs, happily there was no hitch to mar the harmony of the pro ce...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 July 1874

if It k ah In TERMSi-LSO Per Year,) it TxmrmmTTkmTm -nmrTTTr mwcinmrm ( 75 Cents for 6 Months; in advance. AN, INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. j 4oct.fors month. Vol. VIII. New Bloomflcld, Pa., Tuesday, July 14,1874. TVo. 28. ffii IB rCDUSnBD 8VBBT TUESDAY MORNING, BT , FEANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Ta. Being provided with 8team Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing lu good style and at Low Pricea. ADVERTISING It ATKS I Traniimt-H Cent perllno fbr one insertion 19 " " twolnsertlons , ,. , , . 15 .". "three Insertions 1 Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line; , , v ; , , WVFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will he given upon application. i , THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CHAPTER IX- ! .-.. , : '. YEAR had passed, a long, . terrible year, whose records were better left to perish, silently. The early summer brightened once again over the old house, and, as ot yore, Nellie , Lennox sat on the vine-wreathed ...

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

ST1)C tmc0, New Bloamftcfo, la. Annie Fairfax. A Story of Hie Revolution. AMONG the beautiful hills that over shadow the upper waters of the James River, in Virginia, there might have , been seen a dozen years ago, a stately mansion of brick, with white stone fac ings, and surrounded with spacious and beautiful grounds. This was known to all ' tho country round as the Peyton House. If you should journey thither to-day, you would see nothing save charred and crumb ling walls, and gardens torn and covered with weeds terrible traces of the march of desolation over this beautiful country. For the red tide of war, bearing with it fire and ruin, surging back and forth over this fair home, receded at last, leaving It the wreck that you now behold. In 1785 a scion of the old English nobility dwelt here, and bravely upheld the proud prestige of its inheritance. IBs name was Sir Thomas Fairfax. Years before, young, gay, wealthy and handsome, he bad left his ancestral home in England to seek a...

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

3 xtew -stork: CONTINENTAL 1 "Thw ' Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STRICTLY MUTUAL I Assets, J(J,539,3a5.0S ! ISSUES all tho new forms ot Policies, and pre. gents as favorable terms as any 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-forfeit are. , No extra charges are madefor traveling permits. Policy-holders share In the annual pronrsof the Company, and have a voice In the elections and management of the Company. Mo policy or medical fee charged. L. W. FROST, President. M. B. Wynkoop, Vice Pres't. J.P.ROGEHS.Sec'y. j jf EATON, General Agont, No. 6 North Tliird Street, College Block, Harrlsburg, Pa. THOS. H. MILLIGAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent for Newport. Perry County Bank! Sjponsler, J unltlu & Co. THE nnderslgn id, having formed a BanklngAs sociatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Cent...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 July 1874

4 flomnfiflfc Simts. NEW BLOOMFIELP, PENN'A. Tuesday, July X4, 1S74. The money editor of the Philadelphia Ledger says : " We learn by a letter from one of our largost iron workers, recoived here by an officer connected with ono of our principal railway companies, that more orders had been received for iron within the last ten days then in all the six weeks previously. We have hoard of similar re vivals in various directions, and from these manifestations, marked encouragement is folt of an early revival and an active fall business, especially iu iron, and if in iron necessarily in coal, and if in coal and iron, then, as a consequenco, iu transportation for which the railway companies are anx iously waiting." Doings of Congress. An exchange rather sarcastically sums up the acts of the lately adjourned Con gross as follows : "Wo have looked with some care upou tho work of tho last session of Congress to lind if possiblo tho good accomplished by our virtuous, intelligent and patriotic ...

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