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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

IfiPlff Jlllttf. fit" il V. SIP , 81 illf ill fttlliti III 11' mi tm W JiTclr" AH DEPENDENT FAMILY HEWSPAPEB. ; '''fZVS? Vol. VIII. New Bloomfield, Pa., Tuesday, August 4, 1874. IVo. 31. She )loomfifIb Sinus. IB PCBLISIIED EVERT TUESDAY MOItNING, BY FRANK MORTIMER & CO., . At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. BelnR provided with Bteam Power, and large Cylinder and Jnli-Presse. we are prepared to do all klndB ot Joh -Printing In good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING RATES I Transient 8 Cents per lino for one insertion 13 ' twolneertioni IS "three insertions THE UNFAITHFUL GUARDIAN. CONCLUDED. TTUSII, Nellie, you mako me trem- L A. ble ; ydu are too young, too in nocent to fathom treachery like his. He has caused my ruin, I have no proof, but I fcol it !" "Why, why?" " lie hates me long ago he swore to be avenged, becauso, because oh, Nellio, I cannot toll you 1 I know that he has done it all my husband's death my own wretchedness I Come with mo, Nellio, I cannot breathe in this ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

2 l)c imc0 Nciv Blociimcia, pa. WHY I AM A BACHELOR. MY name Is Smith John Smith. I am sixty years of ago noxt birth day, and unmarried. 1 have been in love, however, hopelessly in love, and yet I am a bachelor why I am so, I have now to toll. , During my young days, I had no time to think of the other box. I determined I would make my fortune first, and soe about a wife aftorwards. I worked and strove accumulated and ' denied myself the most harmless pleasures that cost money, yet I did not get rich as fast as I expected, and I had reached forty years of age bofore I thought I was justiflod in looking about me for a wife. When that time came I sot about my task earnestly. I am a business mau, and always go to work systematically. In tho first place,-1 looked through all my ac quaintances and friends. They were not numerous, and I soon found there were no young ladies amongst them who. would suit me. Then I tried the boarding house scheme, by which I mean, I advertised for board and...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

rrni3: best 18 THE ' CHEAPEST THE " SINGER" , SEWING MACHINE. SINGER SINGER MACHINE, MACHINE, machine, machine, machine, MACHINE, 01-IXUr.rl ty-vk RiNfirn J t. SINOERt" SINGER M SINGER RTNfiTCTt fi t J MACHINE, singer iai J MACHINE, MACHINE, MACHINE, MACHINE, SINGER rpHE RINGKK BEWINO MACHINE is so well X Known tnat it is noi necessary to mention ITS MANY GOOD QUALITIES! Every one who lias any knowledge of Sewing Aiacuiues kuuwb mui it win uo EVERY KIND OF WORK In a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept In order; easily op viuieu, auu is auauowieugeu py an, 10 ue me The Best Machine in the World ! rersona wanting a Sewing Machine should ex, amine the SliiKer, before purchasing. They can uo uuugiib on me Most Liberal Terms OP F. TTIORTOIEIl, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., General Agent for Terry Co. Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. F. KEIM, Newport, l'a. JAS. P. LON(J, Duncannon, Pa. NEW TOEK CONTIN ENT AL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STRICTL Y 31 VTlfAL t ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

4 ljc )l00mfifli hnrs NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, Au(ust 4, 1S74. A Few wcoka since, a story wont around tho papors stating that a family at Reading had been poisoned by eating potatoes whore Paris Green had been used to kill the potato bugs. The only word of truth in this story, is that tho family wore very sick, after eating the potatoes. A friend of ours investigated tho caso, and writes us that tho farmer who sold tho potatoes, bad not used any of the poison, and was not troubled by the bugs, llo then called on the rhysician who attendod thorn aud was told by him that the sickness was caused by eating an overdose of tho vegetables, and that there was no symptom of poison. Wo did not believe tho story in the first place, and therefore took pains to inquire into the truth of the matter. The Allegheny Disaster. On tho 8th pago will be found an account of the destruction dono near Pittsburg by a storm, and now it is feared another trouble will result from the same cause. A disp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

Gtljcl inca, : New Bloomftclb, )o. 5 Tuesday, AuguKt 4, 1874. LOCAL DEFARTMJSNT. NO CUTS INSEJITED. After the expiration of prpsent pontrnts no mnrfl cuts or elpctrotyppn will bo inserted unless on metal base and not thou unless quite litit faced. Sheriff's Sales. The following proper ties were sold by the Sheriff, on Friday last : A lot of ground situate in Newport, having thoreoD two dwelling houses, seized as the property of Mahala Free and George W. Free, sold to C. A. Barnott, Esq., for $597. GO. A tract of land situated hi Miller twp., containing 127 acres, more or less, togeth er with appurtenances, seized as property of Mahala and George Froe, sold to C. II. Smiley, Esq., for $193. The othor properties advertised were not sold Arrested on Suspicion. There was a small riot in Carlisle on Tuesday of last week, in which several persons participated who fled the town. Information of their departure was sent to this city, and late on Wednesday night officer nipple arrostod three ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

6 ljc imcs, New Bloomfitttr, $a. Tuesday, August 4, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wfl Invite communications from all peraons who are lninresira in waiters irof)riy ueionKiutf w mis ao- larunent. Drinklnir Water. Dr. Hall Is opposed to the immoderate use of water for a di Ink. lie says : The longer one puts off drinking water in the morning, especially in summer, the loss he will require during the day ; if much is drank during the forenoon the tlnrst orton increases and a very unpleas ant fullness Is observed, in addition to a metallio taste in the mouth. The less water a man drinks the better for him, beyond a moderate amount. The more water a man drinks the more strength he has to expend in trotting rid of it for nil the iluids taken into the system must be carried out and as there is but little nnnr ishmont in water, tea, coffee, beer and the like, more strength is expended in convey ing them out of the system than they im part to it. The more a man drinks the more he must persp...

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

etljc hues, Nero Blaomftcl JJa, Newport Advertisements. Job Printing NEW STORE ROOM. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Neatly Executed on Short Notice, AT THE MOST Reasonable Rates, AT THE NEW FIRM I NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at tlie corner of Fourth Cherry Streets, ut above the Penn'a, H. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRYG00D8, ' GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, II AT 8 & CArS, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ask the citizens of Newport, and vicinity to call and examine their stock and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share ol the public patronage. WALNUT STREET, Newport, Pa, 35 tf Do You Want Bargains ? IF SO, CALL ON W. H. MUSSER, At Newport, PenrTa. 0 Having just returned from the City with a SPLENDID STOCK OF XXY - GOODS, GROCERIES, AND NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Per...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 August 1874

8 Ijc Gttmcs, Nfto !3loomftcli, ). A TERRIItLE FLOOD. Over Two Hiimiercd Lives Lost. Despatches from Pittsburg, dated tho 27th ult., Bays : "Rain commobcod falling about half past seven o'clock last evening. It rained hard up to five o'clock this morn ing. The worst damage was done at Bucber's run, in Allegheny City, where some twenty houses were swept away. The latest report from there is that from sixty to seventy dead bodies have boon found. At tho Union dopot almost the entire drain from tho hill came down direct and was reinforced from the railway tunnel, which conducted the water from the west and part of tho south sido of the llard scrabble district, which made the building look as if it was undergoing the last of the forty days and nights of rain. During tho day heavy showers took place, but they proved only preparatory to the doluge which came down upon us bo tweon eight and nino o'clock in the eve ning. The rain was accompanied with vivid lightnings, and for over an hour t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

mi &m Ilk . lllil I 11 1! I W I 1 nil I IERMSI-91.CB Per Year,) t TXTTxiT-n-.TTMTVTm xi t irTT Tr x-mirrnTi i titit 176 Cents for 0 Months; in advance. AK INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 4ocis.f0r 3 months. - - -:.zs. : : " ' " r' ' "1 " - ' - "Vol. VIII. iVevr JBloomfleia, Tn., Tuesday, L.tigust 11, 1874. TVo. 32. l00infif lb flints. 18 PUBUBI1BI) EVBHT TUE8DAT MORNING, BT ' FBANK MORTIMEB & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Bteam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-1'ressen. we are prepared ' to do all kinds of Job-Printing In ' good ntyle and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING llATKSl Trtmtitnt 8 Cents porllDn for oneinscrtion 18 " " ' twolnsertlons 15 " three Insertion! Business Notices In Local Column 10 CenU per line. .Forlongeryearly ndv'ts terms will be given upon application. , " THE FIVE KNAVES. BT JOI1N O. BAXE. Once bn a time, in Indostan, A thlof conceived a cunning plan (So potent Is the voice of Hope) To save hie throttle from the rope. Though now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

2 TRAPPING A MURDERER. OVER twenty years ago (said Mr. Whit tnlre, a detective with whom I re cently bad an interview), I was on tlie police force of New York. One summer night, a few minutes past twelve, I wan pacing my heat in a quiot part of C Street, when a man called out from a second-story window : " I say, sir, are you a policeman?" "Yos," I replied. "What is the mat ter?" " I hoard a hoavy jar in Mr. Bradley's house, next door, and he may have fallen and hurt himscll. He just came in a few minutes ago. If 1 were you I would ling the bell." Mr. Bradley was a wealthy old bachelor, who had lived entirely alone for years, in an old-fashioned brick house. His riches were a subject of frequent gossip ; and it was said that in his house, to which no out sider was ever admitted, he kept a large amount of money and silver-waro. I rang the bell, but there was no response. " Are you sure you saw him go in ?" I asked. " Yes ; sure of it. He hadn't been in half a minute before I heard a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

I i)c tmcs; Him Dioomftcltr, Ja. TIIl BEST UM ' i 'f-'! . i , ' f ? I ,' 13 THE t t : I V ' . i. O II IE -A!I ES S 37 ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER BUNUJilt CW. SINGER SINGER . V MACHINE. SINGER i':.'5!jK A lx MACHINE. SINGER 7 i ' ' ,r, MACHINE. SINGER' .ah''i i MACHINE. SINGER' ftisKi'.i ! MACHINE. SINGER fri MACHINE. SINGER 'rze-' MACHINE. a 'HE SINGKK 8EWIN0 MACHINE Is no well . known that It Is nut necessary to mention IT8 MANY GOOD QUALITIES! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that it will do EVEltY KIND OF WOKK III a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept In order; easily op crated, and is acknowledged by all, to be the The Best Machine in the World Persons wanting a Sewing Machine should ex amine the Hinder, before purchasing. They can be bought on the Most I-ibernl Terms OF r. irioitTraiHi, NEW BLOOMI'IELD, PA., General Agent for Terry Co. S-Or of the following Local Agents on the same terms : A. F. HEIM,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

4 $ljc (limes New Bloomficfo, JJa. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, August 11, 1874. Mn. George Beroner, editor and pro prietor of the Ilarrisburg Telegraph and the Postmaster of the City of Ilarrisburg, died between eleven and twelve o'clock on Wednesday morning after a brief illness. The President Judges of the State are issuing orders, fixing the time for holding courts in the several districts. In Cumberland county they will be held as follows : One Term to commence on the Fourth Monday in August, and continue one week : One Term to commence on the Second Monday iu November, and continue two weeks : One Term to commence on the Second .Monday in January, and continue two weeks : One Torm to commence on the Second ' Monday in April, and continue two weeks. In Franklin county, each Term is to con tinue two weeks, and will bo held at the following times : February Term On Fourth Monday of Fobruary. May Terra On Fourth Monday of May. September Torm On First Monday of September. becen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

Ioamfitlb inus. Tuesday, August 11, 1874. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. NO CUTS IN8EHTED. After the explrntlnn of present enntrncts no more cute or plwtrnt pes will lw Inserted unless ou metal base and out thou utiles quite UkIH faced. Blanks. Justices' and Constables' blanks for sale at this office. J. H. B. Your communication being entirely for the purpose of advancing the interests of a candidate for office, can only be inserted as an advertisement. We do not advocate the individual interests of any candidate, but our advertising columns are open to you, or any othor party, at regular rates. Xllio Champion FIslicr. We think Mr. Herman Eppler, of Marysvillo, can surely be called the champion bnsa fisher. Last year, he and his brother caught with hook and line 1,510, and this season they have caught over 800, some of which weigh five and a half pounds. TA Curious Chicken. Mrs. Rhodes, of Rye twp., has a chicken on her premises that has throe legs. The third leg is be hind the two regular ones,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

6 Tuesday, August 11, 187 '4. FAENDnOUSEIIOLD JTEMS We invite communications from all persons who are InterBRtedlu luattera properly bfiloUM-iUK to tilts de partmeut. Tlic(Jrcnt Fnnnor or Illinois. Mr. L. Sullivant, the farmer or Illinois and of the west, too, for that matter, was in 1 Paso Saturday. lie called on Soery & Rouse, who have been supplying him with agricultural machinery for some years, iiel Bideredof them half a dozen Buckeye mowers. Sullivant is one of those cheerful souls who never do anything by halves. A correspondent says of his farm : " I was at Sullivant's farm to-day. It is about eight miles square and contains about 44,000 acres. Met Mr. Sullivant in his office and found him a most ploasant and agreeable man, ready to entertain any one who calls. I am indebted to Mr. Y. B. Dix, chief cleric, for the following condensed report of tho workings of the farm : Number of bands about COO ; mules and horses, 1,000; cattle ; (oxen), 50 ; number acres in corn, 20,00...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

Job Printing Iron in the Blood NEW STORE ROOM. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Neatly Executed on Short Notice, NBW FIRM ! NEW GOOD8I Newport Advertisements. E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner ol Fourth Cherry Streets, Just above thePenn'a. K. It. depot, lu Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part ot DKY GOODS, . , GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAr8, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds o( Roods 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. DE. C. WISE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, 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, GROCERIES, AND NOT I 01UT I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Ferry County one of the BEST ASSORT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 11 August 1874

8 l)c imc0, Nctu Blboinfidb, 3a. A Singular Accident. On Wednesday of last week a lively arid joyous party of ladies and gentlemen start ed out from the neighborhood of Quthrie illo, Chester county for the purpose of spending a day on the summit of the ro mantic Welsh Mountain, about two miles and a half from Morgantown. The party consisted of six ladios and five gentlemen. Two of the ladies were sisters, from Bal timore, Misses 8. V. ' and Ahnie R. John son. A swing had been put up in the morn ing, suspended from the limb of A tree about sixty feet tall. About half way up this solid old oak a huge limb branched out to the left, upon which both' ends of tlio rope were fastened, thus making the swing thirty feet, requiring a rope over sixty feet long one used for woll digging. This swing had been used during the day with out accident. Miss Johnson, who is a lady of a daring disposition, insisted ou being swung as high as could be done by the aid of the gentlemen. Up went the swlug hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

rrin MS a . L t. 5 if IsMn PI "FSTalr AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER " "T" '''Z&'Js? "Vol. "VIII. New Bloomficld, I?n,., Tuesday, .A-iinst IS, 1874. TVo. 33. 6V P Ioomfifltr (hiub. . 1BPUDUBHEDETKKT TUESDAY UOHNINO, BY FEANE MORTIMER & CO.,, At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we arc prepared . to do all kinds of Jub-1'rlntlng In good style and at Low Prices. ADVKUTISING RATKSl . TrantientU Cents per lino for one insertion 12 15 twolnsertloni "three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. vForlongaryearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. JOSEPH HANNAFORD'S WIFE RESPONSIBILITY bad come to Jos oph Ilannaford early in life, for be was not more than sixteen when big father died, and left bis mother and bis young sistor to bis keeping. There was property enough for them all, to he sure ; but it was chiefly in land and stock, and needed Jos eph's vigilant superintendence to make ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

2 Gtljc Whites, Ntt) Bloomficlu, f)(i. .when we come to death and judgment. God bless you, and forgive me." . He was gone before she could answer him, and she heard him saying good-by to her husband In the yard. Was she never to see that handsome, loving face again in all time? never to hear again that voice which had spoken to her words of such strong tenderness? Was it her destiny to go on in the old, cold life, till she was an old, old woman? Why, she might live to be eighty people (lid sometimes, and Bhe was only eighteen nowl The late July was warm and bright out of doors, but she felt strangely cold. She got a Bhawl and wrap pod herself In it, and then some idlo tears, of which sift was hardly conscious, fell, till they had somehow eased by a little her . woe. 1 '.' . Mr. Hannaford was wise enough to stay awny from her all the afternoon. Before tea she tried to make herself fresh and bright for him. She would not half do her duty. ' When the meal was over, she saw with surpris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

;o-r is the :S: : r if? .. c ! ' ' CHEAPEST ! ' ' : ? ' v :' THE " SINGElt" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER RING EH SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER SINGER f SINGER SINGER SINGER SINGER SINGER i MACHINE. ' MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. rpHE 8TNGKK BKWINO MACHINE Is so well X kuown that It la nut necessary to mention ITS MANY GOOD QUALITIE8I Every on wlio has any knowledge of Sewing Machine kuows that it will do EVERY KIND OF WOKK In a Superior Manner. The Machine U easily kept in order; easily op eruted, 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 Terms OF F. MOItTOIUK, NEW BI.OOMFIEf.D, FA., General Agent for Perry Co. jTOr of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. F. KEIM, Newport, Pa. J AS. P. LONG. Doncannon, Pa. HXTEW YORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, BTRICTL Y MUTUAL ! T"88...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

4: )ciutC0,v Neiu Blcromficllr; JJa, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, August 18, 1874. A Democratic Convention was held In the Court House in this place, on Monday, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress, electing a Representative Delegate to the Btato Convention at Pitts burg, and to appoint Senatorial Conferees. An organization was made by the elec ion of SAMCEii Nobs, of Duncannon, Presi dent. Secretaries Wilson Lnpfcr, Esq., of Centre and Wm. Titzoll, of Juniata twp. The Convention nominated lion. John A. Magee, for Congress, with power to select his own conferees. Ia addition to endorsing Hon. J. A. Jin goo, a resolution was passed denouncing the "Salary grab," of the former Congress, and those who supported or advocated it. Chas. E. Brandt, Calvin Sheibley and Dr. McClellan Kerr, were selected as Sen atorial Conferees, with instructions to sup port a Juniata county candidate A. M. Markle, Esq., of this borough was elected ns Representative Delegate. Tiik Temper...

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