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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

wiiiMffil i Tin nil f h ! i hi TERMS -PAYABLE IS ADVANCE, A T TTnT?TJT?TTM?Tm A TirTT tr ttthtciti TTn ( TERMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE, (wiTHn.THn.cooNTT.) AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ' (wd.fW.cunty.hP0.tWelnol..al.) $1.26 per Tear i 75 Ots. 6 Months. ) . $l.BO per Year; 86 Cts. 6 Months. Vol. VIII. New J31ooiiiflelcl, Titewdny, October 13, TVo. -11. IS PUBLISHED EVEKY TUESUAT MOHNINO, BT FRANE UOSTIKEB & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Va. Being provided with Steam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rlntlim lu good style and at Low Trices. ADVKUT1SINU 11ATKSI lYBtuienf 8 Cents pcrllno for one insertion 13 " " twolnsortions 15 ' " three insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. .Kor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. Just the Same as it Used to Be. Tbe girls ore planning to get a beau ; They dress for party and ball and show, And the old folks tell us it wasn't so When they were youn...

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. — 13 October 1874

Ijc dimes, Ncti) Bloomftcttt, )a. PROPOSING IN THE DARK. ARAMINTA JOHNSON, withoutques tion, wan a lovely creature. Bhe Is just twenty, of the middle height, and a blonde ; she has a profusion of" fair hair worn in coils, and thrown back to show to its fullest extent her broad, high forehead J her nose is aquiline ; ft rich natural color glows upon her cheek, and her blue eyes seem to possess tho peculiar faculty of being ablo to penetrate into one's inner most thoughts. At least such was the opinion formed of Araminta when she came with her mamma for the first tirao to the fashionable church of St. Magnus-cum-Littlo-Benjamin, and the pew-opener ush ered them to tho pew immediately in front of that in which I sat. They were new-comers to the neighbor hood, and being unprovided with the proper hymn books, it was my supreme folicity to hand them those I possessed. Never shall I forget the glance with which my divinity favored me when, the service being over Bhe returned me tho books. ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

this iiEfgi: 18 THE C II IS V. I? 13 fS rX ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER SINGER MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. - MACHINE. ! MACHINE. SINGER T" j'V singer "V fljjr '"I SINGER SINGER f v MACHINE. I MACHINE. V MACHINE. MACHINE. SINGER SINGER SINGER rpiTE BINOKK HEWINO MACHINE Is so well X known that it la not necessary to mention ITS MANY GOOD QUALITIKS! Every one who has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that It will do EVE11Y KIND OK WOltK In a Superior Manner. Th Machine Is easily kept In order: easily op erated, and Is acknow ledged ty 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 Hloftt Ubcrnl Term OF F. ftlOItTIMHIt. NEW RLOOMFIEI.U, l'A.. I . General Agent for Perry Co. -()r of the following Local Agents on the same terms: A. K. KEIM, Newport, Pa. J AS. P. LONU. Duucannon, Pa. CONTINENT AZ Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STRICTLY MUTUAL I IS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

4 Ijc mc0, Him Bloomftclirf JJa. NEW BLOOMFIELDPENN'A. Tuesday, October 13, 1874. IN CONSEQUENCE of a change that is to take place In the Postal Laws, which will compel US TO PR&-PAY all postage, we make a change In the Sub scription price upon papers mailed to subscribers residing out of the County, and on subscriptions received after this date will pre-pay the postage. Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which includes the Postage,) $1.60 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former rates, . Tub U. 8. Grand Jury, last week, indict ed several election officers iu Petersburg, Va., for preventing certain persons from voting. Hon. S. S. Blair lias dually received the nomination for Congress In the district composed of the counties of Blair, Cam bria, Bomersot and Bedford. The nomina tion was made on the 277th ballot. Fraudulent Voters. The Philadelphia Ledger, which is a pa per very careful iu its statements, says that preparations have been made f...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

lit Ioomfitttr.imis. Tuesday, October 13,1874. . LOCAL DEPAIt T MEN T. NOCUTS INSERTED, No Outs or Stereotypes will h Inserted in thl pspar, unless littht face and ou metal basus. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing sales, bills for which have been printed at this office : On Thursday Octobor 22nd, Geo. W. Bitting; In Liberty Valley, on the old Italton farm, 8 miles from Bealtown, will soil a great variety of personal property, among which are tools of nil sorts, for blacksmiths, carpenters, shoe makers, painters, fec. On Friday, October 23rd, 1874, atone o'clock P. M., C. Roth, Executor of the estate of John R. McCllntock, dee'd., will oiler for sale, one of the most desirable farms in Perry county, known as the " SheaU'cr Farm," situate in Spring township, Perry county, Pa. On Satorday October 24th, John McDonald will odor at public sale, bis farm In Carroll twp. Sale Worth Attending. Persons wish ing to buy a valuable farm, would do well to attend the sale in Spring townsh...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

j. .ii MHiY-"-- i 6 l)c tmcs, New Bloomftctir, JJa.- Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Tuesday, October 13, 1874. I FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Wo invito oommnnlcntlnns from &I1 persons who nre iht'tciwh m matters property uviuutfuiK toinmue pftrtment. Seeds and Quality. It nniKt be borne in mind always tbat it is a ' matter for tbe matin-eat Htudy and judgment to correctly apportion tlie quan tity of Heed to the time of sowing, and to all tbe existing surrounding circumstances. A large quantity of seed sown early is just as much opposed to reason as the late sowing of a small quantity of soed, and, indeed, more so, for tbe first must become winter-proud and cannot . succeed, while the season may be of such a character as to enable the last to do so. As a general basis I would suggost on a largo scale the drilling of wheat as follows : End of August to 10th September, 2 to 3 gallons per acre ; for each week later, to tlio tncl of September, an additional gal...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

l)c tmc0, Nctu JBIoomftcl Pu Newport Advertisements. "new store roomT NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS I E, B. WISE, Having opened a New Store at the comer of Fourth ft Cherry Streets. Just above the Penn'a. K. K. depot, In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, t HATS & 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 soethat they are offprint! goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. E. S3. WIE, WALNUT STREET, Newport, Pa. 35 tf ugs! Drugs! THE Subscriber has on hand and for sale, at low prices, a complete aaaortinentof DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, Of all kinds. Also, a full stock of- Concentrated Remedies, PATENT MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL OILS, PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, BRUSHES, AND FANCY ARTICLES. Pure Wines AND LIQUORS, Always on hand, f...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 October 1874

8 ljc imc0, New !3ioomftcl&) J3a. Lilt of Fremiami. List of premium!) awarded by the Perry County Agricultural and Horticultural As sociation, nt the exhibition held nt New port, 8ept. 30, and Oct. 1 and 2, 1874 : Class Ko. 1. Agricultural Dipnrtm(mt. Walter A. Wood's respora and mowers, exhibited by J. M. Smith, ni Awarded t diploma ; 1. M. Smith, horse rake, diploma ; J, 8, Castles, cant iron plow, diploma. Ct.AM Ko. 2. Gnilll&c. , A. Horting, beet wliite wheat, 76 cent ; Ramnol Frank, lir-st Foils wheat, 11,00; Jumoa Kverliart, Jr., 2d beet, Koltl wheat, 00 ccnta; Job. Evorlmrt, Jr., bent rod wheat, (1,00; A. Hurting, 2d best rod wheat, Melt; Tho. Iloany, neat rjo, fl,(K); Jas. Everhart, Jr., 2t beet rye, oOcts; II. II. Horting, beet yellow corn, 11,00; Wm. llluln, 2d twit yellow corn, fiOcta ; John Acker, wtiito cum, no competi tlon; Geo. Fh-ishor, beat pop corn, fiOcts; Katlo Howe, 2d beat pop corn, 2.jcta; tVm. lluiu-h, beat oata, $1,00 Jaa. Everhart, Jr., 2I Iwat oiit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

IPt! iPlvi M Iff if I il - is . u i 14 ! I- 3' 1 i J It v r 4 t if it if :lis 1 rim FciLfr " ' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. : ' " ,' SSf $1.36 per Year ; 75 Cts. 6 Months.) ' ( $1.5Q per Year ; 85 Ct. 6 Months. Vol. VIII. New Bloomfiold, Pa., TucNday, October 20, 1874. IVo. 42. fo l0omfidb f huts. IS PUBI.I8IIEII KVEKT TUESDAY MOKNIJJO, BT FRANK M0ETIMER & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Rteam Tower, and Urge Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds ot Jou-l'rlntiiiK in good style and at bow Price. ADVKUTISINO IIATKSI Transient 8 Cents per lino foroneinsortlon 13 " " two Insertions ! . 15 ' "three Insertions Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. !For lonfter yearly adv'ts terms will be given upou application. Fur the Illooiuncld Times. Did She Do It?- fcEUTAINLY you must marry y every body ought to, that has a chance, and I wouldn't pay you so poor a compliment as to suppose that you couldn't have, auy time, just such...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

2 lje mc0, New Bloomficlii, f). self bcBide Mr. Page, cjooting from the settee a young man of unromemberable ap pearnnce, with whom he had been exchang ing newspapers. " I think all the better tf you that you ate not incliued to politics, Mr. rage," said the old lady, " where's the use of it ? a paok of nonsense Just got up to help the elections, and empty people's pockets. But I suppwe Mr. Westover thinks he bad better get himself excited about it now, for when he's sent away where they catch whales he'll have no chance. You don't go to sea, do you ?" No, ma'am." "Then pray what may your occupation be?" Clara started, but Mr. Page, though his eyes snapped very rapidly, answered grave ly, " I am the editor of the ." '01i dear! that's a poor business, isn't it?" " It suits me very well, ma'am." "You are not bard to please I daresay," she returned, when, to the great relief of Clara, the nowspaper reader, who bad been hovering near, advanced exclaiming, " I am happy to And that I had ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

Tin: niss-rr 18 THE O il 13 .A. X JE IS T ! THE "SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER SINGER SINGER SINGER f MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. S MACHINE. C MACHINE. S1NOKR V SIJNUJUK SINGER SINGER i MACHINE. SINGER 4 SINGER SINGER Si- .MACHINE. mj0&-' MACHINE. 'IM1R 8INGER BKWJNO MACIUNK Is no well JL known that It 1: nut necessary to mention ITS MANY (JOOD qUALITllia: Kvery one wlio has any knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that It will do KVERY KIND OK WOltK In a Superior Manner. Tli Machine Is easily kept in order i easily op e rated, and Is acknowledged Dy all, to be the The Best Machine in the World ! Person wanting a Sewing Machine should ex amine the KlnRfr, before purchasing. They cau le bought on the HIoNt I.lbf ml Terms F. MOIlTIJTIIilC, N KV HLOOMtlKI.D, l'A., ' ieneral Agent for Veil) Co. CTOr of the following Local Agents on the atne terms: A. I'-. KK1M, Newport, l'a. ,1 AS. r. LONO. Duncannon, Va. XTOEJW YOBK OQNT IN E NT A L Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YO...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

4 Stlic imcs, , New JJloomftclli, Jo. NEW BLOOXFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, October 20, 1874. X" IIIMMMH 11111 JCJf L'-' IN CONSEQUENCE of a change that is to take place In the Postal Laws, which will compel US TO PRE-PAY all postage, we make a change In the Sub scription price upon papers mailed t.o subscribers residing out of the County, and on subscriptions received after this date will pre-pay the postage. - Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which lnoludos the Postage,) S1.60 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former rates. A Train containing a detachment of U. 8. troops was wrecked near Dyer,Tenn., on Friday last, and ten soldiers belonging to the Kith infantry, were killed and a number of others were wounded. Memiif.iiu of the examining corps of the patent ollico were alarmed last week by learning that General Leggett bad received a letter from the secretary of the interior requesting a list of the pontons wbo con tributed I'or tho tea Bet lat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

5 Taettlay, October 20, 1874. y , LOCAL DEPARTMENT. NO CUTS INSEHTKD. No Cuts of nWaotTp- will bivituertcd in Hi In npr, uulwalurtatfiku unci uu meul b4suB. -' Accident. On Wednesday last, as Mr. Morrison, of Waterford, one of the firm of Morrison & WillUitto, ' accompanied by a doctor ifi-ora tbe same placo, was driving over the mountain to Now Gormantown, their horse was scared by a pile of bark andshiod tothe side of the road so suddenly, that horse and buggy rolled down the em bankment.', I In .the' descent tfho vehiclo rolled over twice, badly injuring Mr. Mor rison, and breaking the top off tho buggy and badly burting the borso. The doctor fortunately, escaped without injury. Another Accident. On Saturday last as Mr. George Wright was driviug along the narrows 'on the new road, leading from' Millerst,own to Newport, one of bis horses scared and sprang to the side of the road o quickly that the horses and wagon were precipitated into the river. Mrs. Wright who was in the wa...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

6 STIjc $tmcs, Ncur Bloomftelir, JJd. Tuesday, October 20, 1874. TAUHL AND HOUSEIIOLB ITEMS VT Invite eommnniestinns from all persons who r interested in matters jroerl- belong-lny- to this de partment. Seeding M'hont. Mr. A. Gibson, of Pleasant Valley West moreland county, Pa., in a note to the Philadelphia Farmer, give IiIh mode of farming. lie has what he calls the diver sified system, raising corn, bBrley, clover, wheat, cattle and sheep; but his particular hobby is raising wheat. For the past five years he has averaged 40 bushels of the TueBt quality, always being over weight; he think he is gaining every year, and attri. hutes this to the system pursued, and es pecially to koeplng sheep. His rotation is corn, barley with clover; third year, clover, and fourth year, clover plowed down for wheat We will give his own desciiption of the process pursued; " I have never mis sod a crop of clover by seeding with barley. It gives the grass seed a chance which oats does not. I raised fu...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

l)c times, Xtvo Blaomftcfo, $a; Newport Advertisements. NEW STORE ROOM. NEW FIRM I HEW GOODS! E. B. WISE, ITavIng opened a New Store at the corner of Fourth It Cherry Streets, Just above the Penn'a. K. R. depot. In Newport, are now prepared to show a Complete Stock of New Goods, Consisting In part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES, HATS & CAPS, 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 call and exnnilne their stock and see that they are offering goods at such prices as will secure a share of the public patronage. IE. J3. WISSE, WALNUT BTREET, Newport, Pa, 35 tl Drugs ! Drugs ! THESubscrtberhason hand and for sale, at low prices, a complete assortmentof DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, Of all kinds. Also, a full stock of Concentrated Remedies, PATENT MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL OILS, PERFDMERY, HAIR OILS, BRUSHES, AND FANCY ARTICLES. Pure Wines AND LIQUORS, Always on hand, fo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 October 1874

5)c QLmits, New BloomftcUt, J)a. 8 A Plo Factory. Tho New York Tio Baking Company's factory nt 82 Sullivan street, . tho largest establishment of tho kind in the world, has an Invested capital of $150,000. The coin pany was orgauized two yoars ago through the exertions of Mr. William Thompson. He induced six of the largest pio bakers of the city to consolidate with him and form the oompany. The buildings cover six and a-balf city lots, and the stables have ac commodations for fifty horses. Thirty soven lapge wagons are employed to deliver the pics turned ont daily, and one hundred and twenty persons are employed all tho year round. . On the third story is a carpenter shop where two men are constantly employed in making the boxes and trays used in tho business. The remainder of this story la used for the preparation of tho fruits for tho plo. It hns an enormous boiler, in which sometimes live hundred pumpkins per day are reduced to jolly, by steam of course. Near it aro two steam min...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 October 1874

m-m flil llf II TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADYANCE, ) T-VT"TT7'T3T'VT"r1j"vrm XlAMtTV XTTmrCTI A TTT) ( TERMS - PAYABLE IN ADVANCE, I.".,) ' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ."tttoind: $1.25 per Tear ; 75 Cts. 6 Months. )''' $l.BO per Year ; 85 Cts. 8 Months. "Vol. VIIX. Now Ulooiilioltl, Tuesday, October 37, IVo. -43. IB PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MOKNINS, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Belnff provided with meant Power, and large Cylinder and JoU-rresses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'rlntlnx In , good style and at Low Prices. ' For the Bloomfleld Times. THJPHANTOMS OF ST. MARK. A Story with an Excellent Moral. A HUSBAND and wife were having a violent quarrel and as you passed the door you would have hoard the lady's voice in angry tonos, saying : " Do you hear roe, Sir ?" No answer. I have been talking to you for the last half-hour,, sir." ' " Bless, rno, I thought it was much long er !". was the reply. " I understand your sneor, sir, perfectly ; you ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 October 1874

2 STljc 5Timc0, New Bloomftclir, )a. Uncle Ben's Gift, THE MISSING BOX. fTWO sisters, Emily and Ilelen, the one JL about eighteen, the ether perhaps two jrearsokler.-sat busily plying thoir needles, while their 'tongues i kopt mp a merry rattle, ' Tbey ' had been Invited to the wedding of one of their intimate associates, and, of course, had each a-.now dress to manufac ture for the occasion. Ml suppose 'llary feels 'bad because she was not invited," said Emily ; " but then - sbo ooukl oet epect it, and 'besides she hanjiotlnngit'to wear, and i father had to - submit to aauausual amount of teasing be fore ha would 'Consent to ..get these new dresses for us, yu know." , "'No," rcpliodiHolen, " she could not ex .pect it. ' Sbo has not been into company at all, and it would be a pretty 'beginning to make 'her 'come out' in so elegant a party .as she would ifind at Laura's wedding. How she would i)ook,Ho, standing in the rnid- die of the toom, in her striped fustian and brogans, with .h...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 October 1874

I)c mco, Nctu .Bloomficlii, )a. 3 IS THE ' : CIIEAPES T ! THE " SINGER" SEWING MACHINE. SINGER DTVn-nTi , MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. 8INGEU , SINGER SINGER SINGER o r - c 11 '5; MACHINE. MACHINE. 1 MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE. MACHINE SINGER kii&K SINGER rpHE BINOEK SEWINU MACHINE Is no well JL known that it Is nut necessary to mention IT8 MANY GOOD QUALITIES! Every one who has nnv knowledge of Sewing Machines knows that it will do EVERY KIND OF WORK In a Superior Manner. The Machine 4s easily kept in order; easily op crated, and Is acknowledged oy all, to be the The Best Machine in the World Persons wanting a Hewing Machine should ex amine the Singer, before purchasing. They can be bought on the Most IJberal Term OF NEW H LOOM FIELD, PA., General Agent for Perry Co. WOr of the following Local Agents on the name terms ; A. F. KEIM, Newport, Pa. J AS. P. LON;. Duocannon, Fa. ISTEW YORK C O N TIN E N T A L Life Insurance Company, , OF NEW YORK, STMCTL Y M VI' UAL I...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 October 1874

4 NEW BLOOMFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, October 7, 1874. IN CONSEQUENCE or a change that Is to take place in the Postal Laws, which will compel US TO PRBJ-PAY all postage, we make a change In the Sub scription prioe upon papers mailed to subscribers residing out of the County, and on subscriptions received after this date will pre-pay the postage. - Terms to Subscribers OUT of the County, (which includes the Postage,) $1.60 per year. Subscribers WITHIN the County will receive the paper at former rates. ArcoHDiNo to the Freeman's Journal Geu. Sherman is not a Catholic, but whoa he courted Miss Ewing he was required, beforo Father Ryder could marry them, to promise as an olllccr and a gentleman that he would never interfere with his wife iu the practice of her religion, nnd that hor children should bo brought up Catholics. If the above is true, it shows that Ocn. Sherman has not gob as much spunk as we gave him credit for, or he would have got somo other mnn to perform tho marriage ceremo...

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