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

I)ctimfl, Nero BloomficUv Ipcu Tuesday, July 14, 1874. LOCAL DEPAR T M E N T NO CUTS IJSETED. After tli expiration of prewnt enntraets no morn cut or electrotypes will be Inserted unless ou uiutal bue and uot tbeu uuletw quite litfiit faced. Our 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 luterests by calling at the Times Office. ' Lost. On Wednesday last, Mr. Stephen Losh while coming down from Miflliutown to Newport, lost his pockot book contain ing 1 80. Ho thinks he may havo dropped it out on the car seat. A reward of f 10 is offered for its return to either the tologtaph office in Newport, or Millor's Hotel. Another Fir at Liverpool The Incen diary Arrested. On Wednesday night last, between eleven and twolve o'clook, tlio stables of John Detrich, David Bhu makor aud Mrs. Bear were destroyed by fire, with all their contents. In Dctrich's stablo one ...

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. — 14 July 1874

0 l)c ime0, Ntn) Blooinftcfo, JJa. $Iamnnttir Stmts. Tuesday, July 14, 1874; farm and household items We inrlte conimiinlotlonii from tl person, whn re intiTHMtpd lu matter, properly bulonlns: t this de partment. Cost of Keepluj a Cow. It Is a question of some imortanco to know the cost of keeping a cow, where the food and hay nre to bo purchased and the probable yield of milk in a year, in reply to a correspondent in the Tribune, Mr. Ar nold estimates that a cow will consume three tons of hay and 1 J tons of bran, count ing the liny at $10 per ton and bran at $20 the cost of keeping a cow a year will be $03. Without varying the cost much, if any, a little oatmeal in sumnior aud a little corn moal in Winter may be used as a subsitute in part for bran, by way of variety, and better results will be obtained if the hay is thoroughly wot and the feed mixed with it one meal in advanco, of feeding, that both may become well soaked and softened be fore feeding. The refuse from tho houso, a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 July 1874

I)c tmc0, Nctt) Bl0amfwl&, JjJa. Newport Advertisements. Iron in tlio Blood NEW STORE ROOM. NEW FIRM I .A. NEW GOODS! A New Idea! E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner o( Fourth ft Cherry Streets, just above thefenn'a, K. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a t Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting in part ot DRY GOODS. ' GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, 1IATH & CATS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds ot goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST. They ak 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 share of the public patronage. E. 13. WISE, WALNUT STREET, Neivport, Pa, 35 tf Do You Want Bargains ? IF SO, CALL ON W. H. MUSSEll, At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK OF IIY - GOODS, GItOCEIlIEN, AND NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Perry County one of the BEST ASSORTMENTS of (JOOD...

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

8 Ijc Simco, , New Bloomftclir, 5Jn. A Block Samson. Tbore Is a negro Samson named Nelson de Lisle In New Orleans. Ho is a horse dealer by profession, and tho trick of bis trade is to take . possession of horses in an unauthorized mannor. He was denomina ted a horse thief before a court in Now Orleans in 1809 and sent to the State Pris on, where be stayed only bIx days of the five years awarded him. Ito broke jail by snapping Iron bars as if they bad been pine sticks, and carrying the outer gate, and fled and hid. The police have been on a lookout for him, and afraid they would find him. The other day two or three of them got a hold of him, but he broke loose and laid tbem out on the pavement with one blow eaob of his mighty arm. De Lisle then ran, and the cry of "Stop thief" was raised, and a gathering crowd surged in pursuit. A policeman fired three shots without any apparent ef fect, and he was at length brought to a halt by running as it were in a orowd of a thousand men, that h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

ill -llli t It? i I It 31 IK VI if H V II i! TEBMSI-91.BB Per Year,) ' . TTTTiTnvT-rkTiTm nrTTr .wf1T, (78 Centt for 6 Month$; in advance. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. doctor 3 month,. "Vol. VIII. Now Bloomfleld, J?a., Tviesclny, July SI, 1874. No. 29. IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MORNING, BY FRANE MORTIMER & CO., A.t New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Hteam rower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, vie are prepared to do all kinds ot Job-l'rlntliiK In good style and at Low 1'rlccs. ADVERTISING ItATKSI Trantient 8 Cents per lino for one insertion 12 " " twolnsertloni 15 " " " three rnsertlons Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .Por longer yearly adv'ts terms will lie given upon application. THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CONTINUED. "A1 ND after," broke suddenly from her contracted lips, "after?" "After what do you mean ?" " When I have seen him when wo have partod what am I to do then ?" He shrunk for an instant beneath the look in her eyes, but the...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

2 Ijc tmc5, New Blaomftcfo, JJa. JUST WHAT SHE DESERVED. , A Lesson Tor Many People. fcfc"T"vO YOU intend, Alice, to take that 1 satchel and lunch-basket and bird cage and plant and water-proof cloak bo many things along with you In your car scat?" " Yes, sir, I must.' ' ' Y!hy must you, Alice ? It is not cold to-day, and there is no danger of its rain ing. You will not need your cloak, and you probably will not unstrap it. Can't you put it in your trunk, or manage somo how to take fewer bundles into your seat with you?" " No, Uncle John, I cannot. 5Iy trunk is crammed so full now that I fear the lock will burst." " Well, Alice, if you must take so many packages with you, I want to suggest to you to be careful how you dispose of them. Don't attempt to occupy two seats, when you have paid for only one, if some one else wants the other." "That will depend greatly, Uncle John, upon who it is that wants a scat with mo," replied Miss Alice, with a haughty toss of her head. "I certainly s...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

I)c mc0, New J3laomficllr, f)a. THIS BEST '', , 18 THE CHEAI'EHT! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. ...MACHINE. V MACHINE. 3 MACHINE. 'MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER ).. SINGER S, SINGER SINGER UWisKk' SINGER -'let'' rpiIE BTNGER SKWINO MACHINE Is so well X kuown that it Is not necessary to mention ITS MANY GOOD QUALIT IKS! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows Unit It will do EVERY KIND OF WOKK In a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept In order; easily op erated, and is acknowledged by all, to be the The Best Machine in the World Persons wanting a Sewing Machine should ex amine the Singer, before purchasing. They can be bought on the Most Liberal Tonus OF F. MOIlTimUl, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PA., General Agent for PerryCo. y Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms : A. 1'. KEIM, Newport, Pa. JAS. P. LONG, Duncaunon, Pa. Professional Cards. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, , New Uloomlleld, Perry co ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

'4 Ije mcs, New J3loomftci&; Ja; ht ilJIonmfifltr &hnf5. NEW BLOOMFIEII), TENN'A. Tueailay, July 21, 1874.' Some of tho pnpcrs'in tho central part of tho Stato, nro much exercised becauso Harry Whito is seeking a nomination for Congress. Tho Ilollidaysburg llcgitter calls him a heavy weight, &c. Wo don't sco how such a bag of wind, us tho Indiana Senator, can bo a boavy weight to carry. - - A Reminder to Candidates. Candidates for office at tho coming elcc tion, should carefully read tho oath of of fice that they will be compelled to take by Art. VII, Sec 1st of tho now constitution. It reads as follows : " Senators and Representatives and all judicial, Stato, and county officers Bhall, boforo entering on tho duties of their re spective offices, take and subscribe the fol lowing oath or affirmation : " I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support, obey and defend the Constitu tion of this Commonwealth, and that I will discharge the dutios of my office with fideli ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

tutcs;iJTcu).Btoonifitto, $)a. IoomfitH: wus. Tuesday; July 91, 1874, L O C A L I jE 14 H TM li N T. NO CUTS INSERTED. After the T-xnirotion nf jr'Rent contract no more rut or eleetrnrypes will Im inwrted unless ou metal " and Dot then uiiIchh ijiiltn Unlit faced. Our Now "Eureka Jobber" which wo run by Btcam, enables us to do work rapidly and well. . Fersons wanting printing of any kind done promptly and at low prices, will consult their own interests by calling at the Times Office. . sjjnito a nnmbor of city visitors are seek ing bealth and pleasure in this placo. Among the number in Mr. Samuel Kombor ger who represents the large dry. goods bouse of Jacob Heigol & Co., Philadelphia. We have no doubt but what he will be ablo to show tho merchants of this county some bargains if they give him an opportunity. . f , i ; -v Bass. On Thursday last, Mr. Win. Eough and "Doo" Kills ton, from Newport, took a flno lot of black bass up, and placed them in Sherman's Creek, some in Bist lin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

6 Stljc Rmc0, New Bloomficfo, 3a. tSlaomiuIlt Sinus. Tuesday, July 21, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wfl Invite pommnnicntlons from sll persons who are muTflswi iu nimiers properly ueinug-mg to tins de partment. Pruning: Fruit Trees. There is but one proper time for priming all kinds of fruit trees, which is during or about the period tlint tho days are the long est. The writer has pruned during every month of the year, and observed closely the effect of different seasons, aud has become fully satisfied that the latter part of June is the only proper time for pruning. If tho limbs to be removed are cut as closely to the trunk, or largor limbs, as is practicable, and the wound made neatly aud smoothly, and the work be done at the period that I have recommended, wounds two inches in diameter may, on a vigorous tree, be entirely healed over in a single year. No orchard of apple, pear or peach trees is benefited by plowing or cultivating after the trees are five years old, but the grou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

1 Newport Advertisements. A New Idea! NEW STORE ROOM. NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS! E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner of Fourth Cherry Streets, Just above tlie Penn'a. B. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a . Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES. HATS it CAPS. 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 exntnlne their stock and see that they are offering goods at such prices us will secure a share of the public patronage. 13. JB. WIB, WALNUT STREET, Netvport, Pa. S5tf 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- BI1Y - GOOIH, G It O 12 It I E h , AKsp ; K 0 T t 0 M e t I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Ferry County one of tho BEST ASSORTMENTS of GOODS ever brought into this vicinity. My Stock ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 July 1874

l)c intesv ftew Blaomftclb'; Ja. 8 Killed While nt Worship. Richard S. Shrove was the Methodist preacher of the Bototourt circuit, Va., and the Rev. John Bhreve wa the Methodist preacher on an adjoining circuit. On the lstinst, those brothers, with the wife ofthe first, had been visiting a friend and re turned to the house of the first named near night. The evening meal had been pre pared, and before partaking of it, family prayer was proposed. Mr. 11. B. Shrove has several children, the cldeBt of which is seven. The youngest of them being fret ful, the mother directed the eldest to take all of them Into an adjoining room and to quiet them during worship.' The adult per sons then seated themselves for family wor ship, Mr. John Bhreve one side of the win dow, Richard Bhreve seating himself in front of the window, and the servant girl was seated noar a table in the centre of tho room. The Bible had just been passed to John Bhreve to commence the service, when the death dealing electri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

1 S1W P til j ""i"! AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "JST.USS' "Vol. VIII. Now Bloomlleld, ln., Tuesday, July SiN, 1874. No. 30. be IJIoomficIb &hnfs. IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, BT ' FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Power, and large uyiiimer ana timi-rresjws, we me pifpivrcu to do nil kinds of .lon-l'rlntliiK lu Kood style and at Ixw Trices. ADVEUTISING HATES: Trantient 8 Cents per lino for one insertion 13 " " twolnsortloni 15 " " "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .Forlonfreryearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CONTINUED. S11E looked full in his face with her dear, truthful eyes, whence a groat sorrow broke, and thoir language wont to the old man's soul as no protestations in words could have done. "Madam," he said, in a changed voice, " you are strangors hero, your mode of life has appeared singular from the first we didn't know what to thin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

STIjc imc0, New Blaomftcfo, Ja. HOW A CONVERT WAS MADE MANY years ago, in Borne part of Eu rope, there lived ,in an old castlo u lady, the mistress of it. Bhe was neither young nor old, though a widow of quite a number of years' standing. She had no children ; and since the doath of the knight, her spouse, had led a retired life, without other company than that of sor .vauts kept at proper distance. 8ho was correct iu her life, handsome in person, and took interest in nothing except the administration of her cstato and tlio prac tice of religion. A Capuchin, whoso con vent was about a mile distant, was her chaplain and confessor, and camo every moruing to tlio castlo to say an early rnass for her ladyship and her vassals. ' This had been going on, no ono can ex actly say how long, but at any rate for a very long period, when of an evening, after tho drawbridge had been already taken up, a voice was heard outsido tho gato saying in a loud tone, intermediate be tween speech and song "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

Ijc imcv Ncur Bloomftcttr, JJa. TIIK BEST 18 THE o IX is u. xs n rr i THE SINGER" SEWING MA CHINE. SINGEK SINGER SINGEK SINGEU MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER f, SINGER SINGER SINGER SINGER BINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. HINE. "2 mac; ACI1INE. THE RINnF.lt BEWINO MACHINE Is so well X known that II is not necessary to inentlo'i ITS MANY GOOD QUALITIES! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines known that It will do EVERY KIND OK WOIMi In a Superior Manner, The Machine Is easily kept in order; easily op erated, and is acknowledged by all, to bo the The Best Machine in the World rersons wanting a Sewing Machino should ex Binlno the Singer, before purchasing. Thoy can be bought on the Jlot Ubernl Terms OF NEW ULOOMEIELD, PA., General Agent for I'm ry Co WOr of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. r". KEIM, Newport, Pa. JAS. r. I.ON(! Duncannon, Fa. 3STEW YORK CONTINENT AL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, S TKICTL Y M VT UA L I ISS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

4 ljc hues, New Bloomficfo, $cu ilic tilnnmfiflb iimrs. GI Hi? NEW BL00JIF1ELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, July 28, 1874. The Beecher Scandal. In ouothor part of tlio papor we publish tbo main portion of tlio statement and charges mado by Mr. Tilton, against Rov. Henry "Ward Beccher, This romarkablo account is presented to the committee ap pointed to Investigate tlio case, duly at tested by oath of Mr. Tilton, before a Notary Public, and scorns so explicit and corroborated by so many letters that tho unprejudiced reader is almost forced to be lieve. But as Mr. Boocher and Mrs. Til ton promise to " satisfactorily explain," justice requires that wo await tho promis ed explanation, before forming a definite opinion of Mr. Beechor's guilt. It is a sad case no matter bow it may torminato, and all who wish Mr. Bcechor safe deliverance from the terriblo charge will look with in terest for his reply. liATEH. Since tho above was In typo both Mrs, Tilton and Mr. Beochor have placed thoir answer boforo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

STIjc tmc0, Him Bloomftclir, fJa, lit fjUoomfidb (hufs. Tuesday, July 28, 1874. LOCAL DErARTMENT. 'U CUTS INSERTED. Aftor the expimtion of prnsont rontracl no more cut or eloctrulyiws will Is- iliRortpd unltttS on niL-Ul base and uot then unless quite llKht f aotd. PS" Tho Phllomathean Literary Society of Bloomflold Academy, Trill hold a basket picnic at Gibson's Kock, Perry county, Pa., on tho 6th of August. All members aro invited to attend. Retired. Mr. Qoorge Shrom announces that his connection with the Newt has ceased. lie does not state who tho pur chaser of the paper is, but we are informed that it is Mr. "Wm. Minich. Second Crop of Outs. A correspondent from Rye twp., says, " The late rains have started a second crop of oats, which prom ise a better crop than the first growth, and farmers are now in doubt, as to wheth er to cut the first growth or wait for the second to mature." Notice. I will call on the citizens of BlooinlioUl, this week, for their State and County tax for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

6 ljc tines, Nu) Bloomftcltr, )a. trows. Tuesday, July 28, 1874. FAEII AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wo lnvltft commnnlcntlnnR fmm nil nprwmn who urn intcn-ntnl lu m.iu.'ra properly helmiKliitf to tills ile partuient. Philosophy of Cookery. Mrs. Halo says : Cookery is an art bo longing to woman's department of knowl edge ; its importance can hardly be over estimated, because it acts directly on hu man health, comfort and improvement. One of the first duties of woman in domes tic life is to understand tho quality of pro visions and tho preparation of wholesome food. The powers of the mind as well as those of tho body are greatly dependent on what wo eat and drink. The stomach must bo in health, or the brain can not act with its utmost vigor and cloarnoss, nor can there bo Btrcngth of niusclo to perform the purposo of tho will. To preserve the full nourishment of meals and other arti cles of food, in dressing and cooking, is an art which requires a large amount of scieutillo knowledgo, added to...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

ljc dimes, New Bloomftefo, )a Newport Advertisements. Job Printing Iron in tlio Blood NEW HOODS! E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at tlio corner of Fourth ft Cherry Streets, just above tlio J'eun'a, R. It. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting in part of NEW FIRM! DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAl'S, NOTIONS, and a (teneral assortment of all kinds of goods 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 Hint they are ollcrlng goods at such prices as will secure a ' share of the public patronage. 13. J 5. WISE, WALNUT STREET, 35 lf Newport, Fa, Do You Want Bargains? IF SO, CALL ON W. H. MUSSE11, At Newport, Penn'a. 0 Having Just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK -OF- DRY - OOOX, ti it o v i: it ius, hut notions, I am prepared to otter to the citizens of Terry County one of tlio BEST ASSORTMENTS of GOODS ever brought...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 July 1874

8 l)c irnco, New Bloomfitto, 3o. A True Snnke Story. Full forty or more years ago, when Mr. Chambers M'Kibbon (now of Chambors burg) lived on what is now known by old residents here as the old Tierce farm, a snake Incident occurred which has gone the rounds of the press from Maine to Los An golos, and yet few know where it happened or who were the parties contained in it. In those days Mr. M'K. was a farmer, happy and contented, and we bolieve, at that time had one child, a little daughter. It was the custom of this little girl at various timos to steal away from the tablo at moal with a part of her food to a socludod place, just outside a picket fence, which divided the yard from the field. Her mothor, for rea sons not definitely stated, thought fit to follow up and look after her child on one of theso occasions. Upon arriving at the fence she heard the voice of her child Baying in a childish way " quit, quit," as if gently repelling something. On looking over the fence her eyes me...

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