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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

Tuesday, AugxiM 18, 1874. LOCAL DE PA It T Al E N X, Information Wanted. Wo would like to know whether WootV Maoazisk Is pub lished, yet,, or wbothev the concert has "busted."' Subscribers' we took -fur that periodical, say it don't come any more. Can Messrs. Sbute & Co., give the desired information ? We would also like to know whether ' TUo Boverly Company' of Chica go, is a fraud ''or not. Several porsons we know, have sent their money and got no equivalent. ' Bloomfleld Academy. Regular term of ten weeks begins August 81st. Those pre paring for examinations will form a special class under charge of the Principal taking double tasks and thus) 'finishing'' ill "five weeks the toxt books now now. in hand. For terms, Ac, Address Wm. Grior, Proprietor or Rot. John Edgar, A. M.. Principal. , , , .i . ... .it Leg Broken. On Monday of last week, Mr. John Evingor had his leg broken by being thrown from his hoise. Mr. E., lay in the road, being unable - to help himself for nearly an h...

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. — 18 August 1874

6 ljc; Stilus Ncu)f.Bl6omftd&; JJctv NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL ! rMladelphia Advertisements. Tuesday, August 18, 1874. We inrite cnmrminlcntlnnfl from all persons who nr. interested in matters property U3louxluK to this de partment. A Little Advice to Farmers. It would be well if some of the farmers of Porry county would take the following good advice home to their hearts, and make an effort to put it into practico : Help your wives in every way you can, trivial though it may seem to you. For instance : keep an extra pair of shoes or slippors in the hall or entry, and always romepibor to change your dirty boots before entering her clean rooms. Then you may be sure of a smile of welcome, as no dirt will be left af ter you for her to clean up. In the evening comb your hair as carefully as ever you did in your courting days, put on a clean coat or dressing gown, and when you take your paper to read, do not read to yoursolf, and leave her to her lonesome thoughts whilo sowing or mending, ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

M)t MmsiMmMoqmfxil :13a. Newport Advertisements. NEW STORE ROOM. NEW FIBM1 NEW GOODS! E. B. WISE, Having owned a New Store at the corner ol Fourth Cherry Streets. Just above thePenn'a, K. K. depot, in Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part ol DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS &SIIOE8, IIAT8 & CArS, NOTIONS, and a nencr.il assortment ol all kinds of 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 snare of the public patronage. E. B. WISE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, Pa. 36 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 NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Ferry County one of the BEST ASSORTMENTS of GOODS ever brought into this vicinity. My Stock of DRESS - GOODS, ....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 August 1874

8 Ije .ithco, j JfettJ- Bloomfttlii, :f)a. Mr. Arniltnfre'8 Secret. About the 17lb of Juno a notice appeared .in the New York Tribune, stating the death of a Mr. Armitnge of England.. It wont on to gay that Mr. Armitnge, on liis death-bed, stated that In 1859 ho was in this country and in the village of Dundoe. That he se cretly married a young lady named Candace Bliven, second or third .daughter of John Rliven, of that placo. After the marriage he loft Dundee and loft bis wife there, and bos tiover been back to claim lior. It ap pears that when be left he went to Italy, but how long he was there, or what hap pened to him, is not deflnatoly known. The story is that his mother diod soon after leaving Dundeo, and that be was so over come by the loss that be lost bis reason, which bad prevented bis returning as be expected. The paragraph in the Tribune was the lli'st intimation of the affair that any one in Dundeo had ever had of it, not excepting even tho parents of the girt, and was ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

c I lis r t fj J J I I n II If 2H IP 11 II 4 f .11 II: II v i in a 1 FT 1 II II Ml U I HLJMl 45 mjjrirr-. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'SL,'JS? "Vol. "VIII. n IVew Bloomfteld, I?n,., Tuesday, -A-iig-ust 2f, 1874. IVo. 34. gloomfiflir inus. IB P0BLI8UKD KVKKT TUESDAY MORNING, BT FRANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Tower, nnrt Inrge Cylinder and Job-Prcsses, we ate prepared to do all kinds of Jnu-Vrlntlng In good style and at Low trices. ADVEKTISIXG 11ATK8 1 Trantient 8 Cents perllno for one insertion 13 " " twolnsertlons .15 " " "three insertion Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents f er line. MFor longeryearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE EEER-A FABLE. BT B. B. LATTA. A deer was standing by a brook, When be beheld bis image fair j As nicely as in pictured book It showed beneath the waters there ; And as beside the stream he stayed, His regal form therein to see, Such grace and beauty were displayed That be...

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. — 25 August 1874

2 Fanny's Elopement. tfcTAJStfY," said Judge Clifton to bis JL daughter, one morning, laying down the paper, over the top of which he had been for somo time regarding her, "oome hither, my child." Fanny very dutifully did as ehe -was bidden. And as she stood by his side, the Judge took both of ber small bands iu one of his, and smoothing caressingly with the other her soft Bhinlng hair, looked tenderly Into her face. "You mo a woman now, Fanny," be said. " Eighteen 'hmt Christmas, papa," re turned Fanr.y, demurely, trying to assume the dignity and gravity which belong to that matnro ago. Though to tell the truth, they looked strangely out of keoping with her slight 'farm, and girlish face, and in spite of all her efforts, her rosy mouth would dimpU with smiles, and her eyes wear the arch, saucy expression that was natural te them. "Can it be possiblo?" exclaimed the old gentleman, heaving a deep sigh. " IIow time does go, to be sure I You are a year oldor than .your mother was, when...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

I)c imc0, Ncid Blaomftclb, J!)a, TIIlS BEST 18 THE O II EAPENT! ' THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER 4f BINGER irt?5JL,-. SINGER Cr Tm SINGER ; - JA'O BINGER SINGER I ?fif j SINGER J J . SINGER 1. Z$, , SINGER ifUXsK' SINGER tfZPI W SINGER -iti!- MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE, i MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. V MACHINE. MACHINE. , MACHINE. ' MACHINE. rVHE BINOEtt SEWING MACHINE Is so well X known that It Is not necessary to mention IT8 MANY GOOD QUALITIES! Every one who has any knowledge ol Sewing Machines knows that It will do EVERY KIND OF WORK In a Superior Manner. The Machine Is easily kept In order: easily op -erated, and Is acknowledged Dy 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 I . iriOKTIMEIt, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., General Agent for Terry Co. WOr of the following Local Agents on the -same terms: A. F. KEIM, Newport, Pa. - JAS. P. LONO, DuD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

4 Gtljc men, Nctu Bloomftclfc, 13a. $e loumfifIir tmts. NEW BLOOXFIELD, I'ENN'A. TueHday, Auyimt 2., 1874 Last week In PhUndolpliia the demo crats nominated lion. W. V. M'Gratli, for congress in the Fourth district. This dis trict is now represented by Judge Kolley, who is re-nominntcd by the Republicans. The district is strongly republican. Thk Congressional conferees of Adams, York and Cumberland counties, met at Bridgeport last Thursday, and nominated Col. Levi Maish, of York, as the can didate for Mint district. The nomination was mado'on the fortieth ballot, and after Mr. Cornman, of Cumberland, bad with drawn. The timber dealers iu many parts of the Btato, have entered in a combination to koop up the price of lumber. Owlug to the depressed state of the market, this had become necessary. The way the business was going on, tho country was being de pleted of its bost timber, while the pro ducers were not receiving a fair equivalent. By the present arrangement the large dealers in...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

Tuesday, August 23, 1874, LOCAL DETA11TMENT. moomllcld Academy. Itogular torm of ten weeks begins August 8l8t. Those pie paring for examinations will form a special class lender charge of tlio Principal, taking double tasks and thus finishing In five weeks the text books now now in band. For terms, &c, Address Wm. Qrior, Proprietor or Kov. John Edgar, A. M. Principal. Into the Race. On Monday of last week, Mr. Samuol Smith living over the ridge, came to Stoke's mill in Madison twp., for flour. After loading up and while talking with Mr. 8., the horses, both of which are blind, started on their own account, and fell over the Wall Into the race. They were rescued after much trouble, but the wagon pole was broken, and much of the flour was prematurely made Into dough. 1 . While returning from a funeral in York county last week b!x persons were injured. The work of a fractious horse in running into a vehicle before him, resulted in the wrecking of throe carriages and tbe throw ing o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

6 fit loomficfo rmf0. Tuesday, August 93, 1ST A. PABltOTJBOTSBHOLD ITEMS W lnHe communication!! from ll iemnn who nre intiTiwtiMl ill matters roiTl bv'IouiriUK to thin do. partmeut. Balky Horses. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, puts forth a sot of rules for tlie treatment of balky horses. 1. Pat fie horse upon the neck ; exam ine the harness carefully, tirst on one Bide and thou on tho othor, speaking encoura gingly while doing so ; then jump into the wagon and give the word go ; generally he will obey. 2. A teamster in Maine says he can start Hie worst balky horse by. taking him out of tho Bhafts and making him go round in a circle till he is giddy. If the first dance of this sort doesn't cure him, the second will. 8. To cure a balky horse, simply place your hand over the horse's nose and shut 'Oil' his wind until he wants to go. 4. The brain of a horse seems to entor taiu but one idea at a time ; therefore con tinued whipping only confirms bis stub Jboru reso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

jc iincs, New Bloomftcfo, 13a. .7 Newport Advertisements. ISwtoreroomT NEW fclRMt NEW GOODS! E. B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the corner of Fourth & Cherry Streets, Just above the fenn'a. It. It. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a , Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In raft of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, 11ATS& CArs, NOTIONS, and a general assortment of all kinds of goods which they will sell AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. They ak the citizen of Newport and vicinity to call and examine their stork and nee that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share ot the public patronage. IS. JR. WISIS, WALNUT STREET, sstt 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 MXY - G-OOIDSJ, O It O C E It I 13 8 , uo NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizens of Perry County one of the BEST ASSORTMENTS of GOODS ever brought into this vici...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 August 1874

8 ljc Stintcs, Ittxo iSloomfrcIii, f)a. A LUCKY I.VTESTOR. A MUHonnlrc at 25, bj nn Acnfe Ear. Xot long ngo the papers of tho country were tilled with accounts of the steanior Faraday nnd the new cable she was land ing on tho coast of 3Sow Hampshire. This calls to mind the history of a young jour nalist of Washington, and I repeat it as of interest. The. young roan referred to came to WusliliiRtoc soon after the closo of the war to correspond far the Chicago Post and Albany Journal, fie was very young and inexperienced, but a good telegraph operator. Failing to cure the news he wanted by personal observation and in vestigation lie adopted a method which was as novel as it was successful. lie could read the Morse alphabet by sound. This was bis stock in trade. Up on it he operated, and for months was re cognized as one of the most olevor and en tertained news-gatherers at ilie Capital. And all without any labor on bis part. Ho would rise lata, stroll down to the capitol about noon ( ...

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

iiif ' I iff iw I ii jjj AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ' Vol. VIII. Now Bloomficld, I3n., Tuesday, Soptcinbcr 1, 1S74. IVo. 35. IjUromfidir (pints. IBPlm.ISHBIl!VEIlT TITESIIAT MOBNING, BY FEANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. BeInK provided with Htcam Tower, mul large Cylinder and Job Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds o( Jnu-l'rlntliiK in good style and at 1-ov; Prices. ADVERTISING 11ATKS : Trantient 8 OcnU pcrliuo for one insertion 13 " " twoinscrtlons 15 " " " three Insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. VFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. . AMONG THE CANNIBALS, on My Adventures at Sea. SOME time ago, we published a story entitled, "The Adventures of Mr. Seymour," in which the writer gave an ac count of an old school master he had en countered on that voyage, who had hcen abandoned to the mercy of the cannibals by a perfidious captain by the name of Darns ford, who turned up in California in com m...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 September 1874

2 STIjc Guinea, New Bloomftcfo, 3a. The Boy's Boarder. ONCE upon a time, long before any of you children were born, about two ' hundred and fifty years ago, in fact, a little boy stood, one morning, at the door of a palace in Florence, and looked about him. Why lie wax standing there, I do not know Perhaps he was watching for the butcher or the milkman, for ho was a kitchen-boy in the household of a rich and mighty cardinal. He was twelve years old, and his name was Thomas. Suddonly he felt a tap ou his shoulder, which made him turn mound, and ho said, with great astonishment : "What! Is that you Peter? What has brought you to Florence? and how are all the people in Cortona?" "They're all well," answered Peter, who likewise was a boy of twelve. "But 1'vo left them for good. I'm tired of taking care of sheep stupid things 1 I want to be a painter, l'vo corno to Florence to learn how. They say there's a school here where they teach people." " But have you got Buy money ?' asked Thomas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 September 1874

)c imc0, -JXm Bloomftcl&y JJa. 18 THE C II 13 X IS S4 T ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. V MACHINE. 9 m amiiwu SINGER .' " SINGER . 71 :?.gf ,. BlJNUrJIt f machine! MACHINE. DINGER SINGER""" rpHE SINOKIt 8KWINO MACHINE l so well 1. known that It Is nut necessary to mention IT3 MANY GOOD QUALITIES! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that It will do EVERY KIND OF WOKK In a Superior Manner. The Machine is easily kept In order; easily op erated, and Is acknowledged Dy ail, to be the The Best Machine in the World Persons wanting a Sewing Machine should ex amine the Singer, before purchasing. Tliey can be bought on the Most Liberal Terms OF F. MOUTOIEIt, NEW BI.OOMFIELD, PA., General Agent for Terry Co. WOr of the following Local Agents on the name terms: A. F. KEIM, Newport, Pa. JAS. P. LONIl, Duucnnnon, Pa. 2STEW -rropiis CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STIIICTLY MUTUAL...

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

4 jjljt )l00mfifftr (pints. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, September J, 1874. Tub Bocchor committee bave reported. They find Beecher to be a saint, and Tiiton a very bad fellow. And now Plymouth Church will be happy, and other folks will believe as they please. The statement that has been made in some papers, regarding the failure of the Aldine Company, is contradicted by the treasurer of the company, who says the paper was never in a more flourishing con dition, and flnanciallylhe Aldine rests on a solid foundation. We are glad to be able to contradict these rumors, for the failure of the Aldine would be a great loss to the cause of art and literature. At tho Democratic Convention at Pitts burg, on Wednesday, J. S. Cornman, Esq., of the Huntingdon Monitor, and P. M. Lytic, Esq., of that county, collided, when the former struck the latter a smart blow on the check, causing the claret to color tho shirt front of Mr. Lytle. . Back-pay Speer happened to be present and separated the b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 September 1874

Stljc hues, Ncu DIoomfielir, $)a. 5 ljc loomfidb imts. Tuesday, September 1, 1874. LOCAL DEFAJITMENT. NO CUTS INSERTED. No Puts or Hterpotj-pos will be Inserted In tills licr, unless liht face auu. ou metal bases. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing galea, bills for which have been printed at this office, : Mrs. Ilellcn Miller, at lior residence In this borough, Trill sell bousoliold goods on Sep tember 8rd. On Saturday, '-September 12th, Mr. John Deitrlck, Sr., will sell at his residence, In Liv erpool, household goods and a lot of black smith's tools. Personal. Col. Audonreid, of the U. S., Army, is now on a visit to the family of Mr. James Orr,in this borough. Col. A., was during the war a member of Geo. Grant's staff, and is well known not only in this county, but in Europe. On Saturday eve ning the Bloomlleld Cornet Band gave him a serenade, which compliment was ac knowledged by the Col. in a short speech. Bush Sleeting. The Bush Mooting in Mr. Bheibley's woods will begi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 September 1874

6 Stljc mcs, Nttu Bloomftclir, fJa. Tuesday, September 1, 1874. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We Invito nommimli-nt'ii-i" frmi ;l I'""' n who nr lntirti-rt lu nutt-m ir.ii rly bil.mimw to this Ut partweut. Our Western Correspondence. TorEKi, Kansas, Auir. 19th, 1874. Dear Times : 01) how little In known of the Indians by those whohure never teen thorn, when compared to the knowledge of us hero living amongst the treacherous creatures, fed by tlio Government and kept alive only to murder the families on the frontier. I should like to see some Sioux and Modocs quartered In Philadelphia, If they should scalp a few broad brims. They should have our most profound sympathy, and we would console them by tell ing them thoy did not understand the Indian character ; they must treat them more kindly. Take the diggers and black feet In Washing ton, Chcyecnes, and Arapahoes, In New York, to civilize thcin. It will not cost the Govern ment as much to take them to the food as to transport the food to t...

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

ljc tmc0. New Bloomfield JJa. Newport Adrertiscmcnts. Job Printing OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Neatly Executed on Short Notice, TEAS! TEAS! KEARNE Y' S FLUID EXTRACT B JJCII JJ NEW GOODS I E. B. WISE, Having opened a Now Store at the corner of Fourth & Cherry Streets. Just abovo the 1'enn'a, K. It. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part ot DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES. IIAT8 & CA1"S, 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 of the public patronage. E2. JS3. WISE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, Pa. 35 tt 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 WRY - OOOJl!S, GllOCEIltES, AND NOTIONS, I am prepared to offer to the citizen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 September 1874

8 ljc into, Nnu Bloomftclu, Pa. Koechits for MnkliiR lr. SiikC Cnlarrh Jfcmedy nml Or. Tierce's (ioldoii Medical Discovery. Something over a year slncoa pncloillcnl issued ill Berlin, Prussia, and laying clalmsto a solcntillc oharnolcr, published what was represented lis Inl ine the Torintilie or receipts fur making Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and lr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The teople were left to Infer that them lind been deducted from a careful chemical analy sis of the medicines, which arc rapidly growing In popular favor In that ns well as In this and most other civilized countries. The receipts were evi dently invented lv those lealous of the reputation and large sale of which these medicine are rapid Iv aouulringaiid who are pecuniarily interested in endeavoring to check their sale. Ho ridiculously preposterous are those receipts that medicines compounded alter tiicni could never have gained any reputation or sale in any country, for they would be so caustic, poisono...

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