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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

Mm! ' fft fill Fit A NIC MOB TIM Eli, ) A T -r-TT-rTiT--vTT-rriTrri -m a h ttt Tr -xttttitt-cit- a -rT-t-r (rn JJT ADVANCE Editor and Vroprietor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. I One Dollar per Year. Vol. V. IVoav J31ooiiiflold, 3?n,., Tuesday, June 13, 1S71. TVo. 34. pit Ijtoomfolb mus. Ia Fubliahed Weekly, At New Bloomlleld, renn'a. BY. FRANK MORTIMER. 8BB8CRIFTI0N TERMS. ONE DOLLAR rElt YEAll t CO Cents for 6 Months t 40 Cents for 3 Months, THE INQTJIST. BT CHARLES MAKAT. TELL me ye winged winds, That round my pathway roam, Do you not know somo spot Where mortals weep no more 1 Some lone and pleasant dell, Some valley In the West, Where freed from toll and pain, Tho weary soul may rest J The low wind dwindled to a whisper low, And sighed for pity as It answered " No." Tell mc, thou mighty deep, Whoso billows round mo play, Enow'st thou some favored spot, Some Island far away, Where weary man may find The bliss for which he sighs Whcro sorrow never lives, And friendship never di...

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 June 1871

2 l)c rncs, New Sloomfidb, fta. I found Clnro Lindon fuv more retiring nnd moro natural thnu hor sister ; far less brilliant, perhaps, also, but moro inter esting; slio conversed with senso nnd and moderation, and could express her delight in the beautiful flowers, without tho use of extravagant terms. My antici pations with regard to her were moro than fulfilled, and I left her that night, resolv ed to avail myself speedily of a friendly invitation to call at her home when again in New York. This resolution I soon carried into ef fect, met with a kindly reception from Mr. nnd Mrs. Lindon, an exceedingly cor dial one from Miss Lindon, while Clare's manner was so shy and constrained that T was nt a loss to account for it. How I longed to inquire after Joe ! but I saw nothing of him nnd took my leave nfter, upon the whole, n satisfactory call, re ceiving n pressing invitation to repeat the same. Several days later I received a note of invitation from Jwtello Lindon, to make one of a s...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

I)c imcs, Nctu Bloomftcli), 3a NATUKK'H Hair Restorative I Contains NO I.AC HPU'IIUR No HPOAn OF l.KAD No I.ITII AHCIK No NITUATK OK 811, VKU. anil Is entirely free from the Poisonous and Health-destroying Drugs used in other lliilr Preparations. Transparent and clear as crystal. It will not noil the fluent fabric perfectly HAKK, CLKAN. and KKFK'IKNT desideratum U)NO MUUUHX FOll anu;foiinu AT LAST I It restores and prevents the Hair from becom ing (iray. Imparts a soft, glossy appearance, re. moves Dandruff, is cool and refreshing to tho head, checks the Hair from falling on", and restores It to a great extent when prematurely lost, pre vents Headaches, cures all Humors, Cutaneous Kruptlons, and unnatural Hent. AS A DKKSS lN(f KOU THK 11 AUtll' I8XHE HKST AUT1ULK IN TllliMAllKKT. Dr. O. Hniltli, Patentee, Groton .Tiinctlnn, Mass. Prepared onlv 1V 1'rocter Ilrothers, Gloucester, Mass. The liemilne Is put up in a panel bottle, ' made expressly for it, with the name of the article, blo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

l)c mc0, Nut) Bloomficfo, 13a. t lUoomfitltr imts ADVETtTlSINO KATES I Transient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 19 " " ' two insertions 15 " " " throo insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths lnscrtod free. Tributes of Respect, Asc, Ten cents per line. Obituury notices over llvo lines, 5 cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, ono yeor 913 00 Two Squares per year 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count trill" bo made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or ono Inch, is one square. NEW BL00MFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, June 13, 1871. 3-John GavicH, who lias recently been went to tho Indiana State- Prison for life for tho inurilcr of a stngo driver, lias dis covered that his iniquitous net was after nil a means of grace. " I stand this day," ho says, " a redeemed Christian from sin. I liclicvo if I had not killed that old stago driver I would lie in hell this day. I was drinking myself to death just as fast as I could, n...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

5tl)c GHmcs, New Uiaomficl )a. RIB Tuesday, June 13, 1871. LOCAL l)3rAIlTM13Xr. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance The " Normal Ki-liu Literary Society," connected with tlie J. V. Normal School, will eelebvato its fourth Anniversary, Friday evening, the. 10th inst, Tho old members of tho society, and tho public in general aro cordially invited to attend. X llittlly Scared. Lato on 'Wednesday evening as the daughter of Hubert N. 'Willis of this borough went to tho ump in their yard for Mater, some scamp caught her by tho ankle. Her screams alarmed her fath er and tho neighbors and caused tho fellow to take a hasty departure, lie succeeded in making his cscapo without getting tho punishment ho wonld have received had ho been caught. Success. Tho ladies aro usually suc cessful in their undertakings, and tho fes tival gotten up by them for tho aid of tho Lutheran Sunday-school was no exception to tho general rule. IJoth Tuesday and Wednesday evenings tho court-houso yard was cro...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

6 ljc STtmes, New Dloomficft Jau Tuesday, June 13, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communication fromallfvrimnfwhoare interested in matters proiierly belonvlng to this department. Remedy for Rust in Whent. The following, from a distiuguiHlicd ngriculturnliHt, is taken from a iiroman paper : " For thirty years I have found this method successful in preventing rust in wheat. Somo hours, ut the longest nix or eight, before sowing, prepare n ntccp of three measures of powdered quick limo and ten measures of cattle urine. Pour two quarts of this on a pock of wheat, stir with a spado until ev ery kernel is covered white with it. l?y using wheat so prepared, rust of every kind will bo avoided. 1 have often no ticed whilo in tho neighboring fields, a greater part of tho crop is affected by rust, in mino close by it, not a single af fected car could bo f'ouud. The same writer says ho takes the sheaves and beats off tho ripest kernels with a stick, and uncs tho grains thus obtained f...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

Philadelphia Advertisements. John Lucas & Co., Solo and THE ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF THE IMPERIAL FRENCH, AND PURE SWISS GREEN, Also, Furo WliHc Xnl mid Color MANUFACTURERS, Nos, Hi and 143 North Fourth St., Philadelphia. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, op Blatchley's Cucumber TR WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 213,5(Vi feet In length, or sunielout in the agrcgate for A WELL OVER 40 MILES BEEP, Simple in Construction Fast in Operation Cirtiuj no Taste to the 'ater Du rable and Cheap. These pumps nro their own best recommendation. l'"or Kilo ly Dealers III Hardware ami Agricultu ral Implements, Plumbers, I'hiiii Makers, &., throughout the country. Circulars, (ve., furnish ed tij :i l j ;i I i 1 1 1 liy mail or otherwise. Hlngln pumps forwarded to parties in towns w licit' 1 have no agents upon tho receipt ot the retail priee. In buying, bo careful that voiir pump hears my I rado mark as above, as 1 guarantee no other. ta- Olllco and Ware-room, Nos. 04 anil (Vjil Filliert Street, Sl.ltri...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 13 June 1871

8 Miscellaneous News Items. t3T Some one says tho bost way to tr.iiu up a child in tlio way lio should go, is for tho person to travel that way occasionally himself. A Wisconsin postmaster lias written to Washington for "som eternal revenu stamps," saying ho has "sovral cols for them." W Laura D. Fair, recently convicted of murder in California, has been sentenced to bo hung on tho 28th of July, a now trial being refused. W Mr. John Furlong and daughter, of Franklin Borough. Cambridgo county, wore struck by light ing a few days sinco. They were seriously but not fatally injured. C2TB. F. Alward, of Danville, whilo eating his breakfast on Wednesday morn ing last, fell over insensible and expired in a few moments. The physician pronounced tho discaso apoplexy. tW Tho houso of Thomas Gordon, nt Kouscv'ille, Pa., was burned down recently, with $ 200 in money, and a young lady was also scorched sevorcly. It was tho old, old story, of Kcrosono and wet kindling wood. t2T Thos. D. MafTatt, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

ill tff 'it nil 4? 'www wyzm F"ZZZ"lrR' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEAVSPAPER. j'iSi "Vol. "V. Now 15 loom Hold, ITueHcliiy, Time 121). IS'71. IVo. 35. J I'tibllshed Weekly, At New Uloonifleld, reim'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SDDSCKirTION TERMS. ONE DOLLAR FEU YEAltt 00 Cents for 6 Month; 40 Cents for 3 Months, I IV ADVATNCi:. THE GOVERNESS' SECRET. I AM QUITE sure," said my wile, "that tho'.best plan will be to advertise." " I have no objection," I replied, "if you tbiuk answering advertisements is of no use." " If we advertise we can make our own terms, and shall liavo a variety to choose from. See," said she, "this is the kind of thing I should like : " ' Wanted, in a quiet and highly re spectable family, residing in the country, a young lady competent to undcrtako the entire education of threo little girls. Salary liberal. Comfortable home. Address A. B., New Rochello." " Now," resumed my wifo, in a compla cent tone of voice, after reading this para graph nloud, "I think that is the very ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

2 The Doctor's Prescription. (6 IF I COULD only And a four-leaved clover I Now I wonder who would come under it j nobody, probably thcro's nobody to como; but then, if I were in town, I shouldn't bo likely to And the clover, bo it's about even. Them's a pret ty view of tho interval; I mean to sketch it." And then she sat down on the grassy knoll, opened her sketch book, and at tempted to carry hor threat into execu tion. She worked 'away diligently l'or half an hour, when some ono said over her shoulder, " You need somewhat heavier touches just there, if I may interfere. Don't you see how black the, shadows full ?" "lr. Gray!" cried Felicia. "How you startled me ! How dare you look over my shoulder, sir ? Don't you know how rude it is V " How rude is it '(" " So rude that if I weren't so glad to see you I should send you away. Where did you come from ? Did you rain down with the sunbeams '!" "Just now," ho answered, ''I came from .Shell Beach, where my mother and sister and a few fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

l)c imcs, New Bloomficfo, $)cu New Millinery Goods IBM J to Inform the public I hat 1 Iihw Jnt re turned from i'lilladelphlii, with a full assort meiit of the latest styles of MILLINERY GOODS. II ATS AND IIONNKTN. HlllltONS, l'KKNOH KLOWEItS, FKATIIKltS, OIIIONONM. LACK OA I'KS, NOTIONS, . And all articles usually found 111 n llrst-cliiss Mil linery Kslulillshiiirnt. All orders promptly at tended lo. rf-We will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. PKKSS.MAKINO done to order and In the la test Htyle, as 1 get the latest Fashions from New York every month, (loitering done to order, In all widths. I will warrant all my work to give ant isfaction. All work done us low as possible. AN NIK 1CKES, Cherry Street, near the Station, 5 111 K Newport, la. SEE WHAT $2 WILL DOT A HawlKOtne Vttterl Knprnrlnp anil a Prize tenrthrom SI 01) lo R!.r,U(i0. iioTir roit Every tleket draws a prize. No blanks. With each ticket you pet at the time of purchasing it either Lurlev, a legend of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

4. ttljc Ioomfitltr.gimts. ADVEItTIStJfU HATKSi TramUnt 8 Cents pcrllno for one Insertion. 13 two insertions 15 " " " three Insertions. Business Notices In liOcnl Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marrlaees or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Kespcct, Ac, Ten cents per lino. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cents per lino. YEA1U.Y ADVKKTISKMKNT8. One Square, one year $12 00 Two Squares per year, 0 00 For longer advertisements n reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lilies Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL003IFIEL1), I'ENVA. Tuesday, June 20, 1S71. Excursion of tho Pennsylvania Efiito rial Association. Tho convention of the Editorial Assneia timi of Pennsylvania was held at Williams port, on 'Wcdiiesday last, and wo left homo on Tuesday for tho purpose- of being pres ent on that occasion. To nil v. ho luul no liflcdtho secretary of tho Association of their intention to nttend, tickets had been furnished for themselves and ladies, which entitled them to passage over...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

I)C imc0, New Bloomficlir, pa Tuesday, June, 20, JS71. h O V A 1j 1) li I'A Jl T M 13 N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance l-i" Go to rt'r.KTZ if you want a neat pair of Hoots, Shoes or Gaiters made to order. Re pairing done promptly, at fair rates. Wanderer. Vour communication will appear next week. Will bo f;Ial,to hour front you again. ('(iinmuiiii:atuii.s should lo handed in by Sutunlay, nt the latest, or tlicy must lay over for a week. A Call Accented. Hew V. I.. KrcnlVM I has aecepted a call from the Lutheran con gregations comprising the following: charejc : Newport, St. Samuel's and Buck's Valley. Wc call attention to the advertisement of l)r, Sehcnek, which will be found in anoth er column. To Consumptives it, will lie found particularly important. Early Harvest. On Friday last in some places in this county the formers were cut ting wheat. This we think is the earliest dale nt which grain has been cut in this sec tion for many years. y Kicked. A icmaikalily lino ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

6 Tuesday, Juno 20, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite commtmtcatlonefrom alt pertontvoho are interested in matters properly belonging to thie department. Dutch Cheese. A correspondent wants to know how " Dutch Curda are made :" We suppose this inquiry is concerning tho make of what is known os cottage cheese, in some sections called Dntch Cheese or Curds. It is tho curd of sour milk drained from tho whey, pressed into bulls or molded in small fancy shapes, and eaton when fresh, or soon after it is mado. Sonic- people are very fond of Dutch Cheese or Curds, and the process of manufacture is so sim ple, and so well known, that we suppos ed every " good housewife" was well post ed in regard to its making. The milk is allowed to sour and be come loppcred or thick, when it is gently heated, which facilitates the separation of tho whey. The curds are then gath ered up, salted, or otherwiso, to suit the taste, and pressed in small molds, or form ed with tho hand into suitablo shape,...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

6tl)c imts,-Ncu)-Bloomfitl&; 13a. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. John Lucas & Co., Sole mid the oxly MANUFACTURERS OF tub ' IMPERIAL FRENCH, AM) PURE SWISS GREEN, Also, Pure White liOiul niul Color MA NUFA VTURERS, Nos, 111 and 113 Norlll Fourth St.. Philadelphia. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, op Blatchley's Cucumber TRADE fJjj) MARK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 2l:s,5fiil feet In length, or suftlch'iit In the agrc gate for A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Simple in Vmattrnetton Eaxy in Operation faring no Taste to the Water JJu ruble and Cheap. These immps are their own host recommendation. For wilts by Dealers In Hardware and Agricultu ral Implements, Plumbers, l'limii Maker, Sc., Ihroudliout tho country. Circulars, &c, Iiirnlsli etl uiioii application I y mail or otherwise. Kindle pumps forwarded to parties ill towns where I have no agents upon the receipt of the retail price. Ill buying, lie careful that your pump hears my trade murk as above, us I guarantee no other. 4-Olll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 20 June 1871

8 Miscellaneous News Items". tS1" There two 00.000 sliocmnkors in Pennsylvania. , tST It will take nixty years to restore France tlio forests ruthlessly wanted in the military operations of the late war. tW A Vcnnonter tins just paid Reventy fivo dollar for a pound and a half of lead. It was purchased through a New York counterfeit money firm. t3?Two Japancso treasury ollleiuls, and eight bankers, sent ahroad to study our financial system, mul seven students, arriv ed at San Francisco last week. tJT Woman's Hufl'rago has liecn defeated in the Knglish Parliament by a majority of 09. This is nearer success than wo have yet mado in this country. l3TAn old Michigander, who has al ways lived in wretched poverty, died the othor day, and a box lie left contained $20,000 in gold and silver. His son is glad the old man didn't take it with him. 3$ Au Austrain gentleman, examining a mining claim, was seized, stripped and covered with tar and wool. IIo went and got himself photographed in this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 June 1871

81 II f IMtflftl W 1 Mi FT mum FRANK MORTIMER, -v-r TTT-nTnTTk-nTm n t irT-rTr . (Term: JiV ADVANCE Editor anl Proprietor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. One Dollar por Tear. ' - ' " " " " ' " ' " ' ?!!!?;" - 1 "Vol. V. IVew Bloomfleld, I?i Tuescljiy, June 27, 1871. IVo. SG. (t fomfidfo pints. Is Published Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Tenn'a. BT FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TEKMB. OXE DOLLAR TER YEAR! 60 Cents for 0 Months f 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. "MOTHER'S FOOL." ')rpi8 plain enough to see," said a fur- JL tucr's wife, " These boys will make tbelr marks In life j The; were never made to handle a hoe, And at once to college ought to go. There's Fred, he's little better than r fool, But John and Henry must go to school." " Well, really, wife," quoth farmer Brown, As he sat his mug of cldor down, " Fred docs more work In a day for me Than both bis brothers do In three. Book larnln' will never plant one' corn, Nor the potatoes, suro's you're born, Nor mend a rod of broken f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 June 1871

2 Stye SKtncs, Nctu 3BlootnficI&, Jn. " It is useless disguising facts. My husband had forged his employer's sig nature to a bill fur fifteen hundred dol lars J it had still some month's to run, and he had como home, hoping to raise the sum. He told me there wns no escape for him J they would search the world through to find him if it should bo dis covered. .. I do not know if the tale were truo or false. ,1 believed it then, and trembled for the unworthy li Co 1 had onco held so deaf.' T had saved five hundred dollars. I told him I would give him that. J lis father and brother both refused to see him or to allow him even a cent. They were tired of covering his delinquencies, and resolved to leave him to his fate. " When I left tho house to go to meet my husband, I did not open tho hall door. I unfastened tho drawing-room windows, aud passed out there. It was a dark night ; and, when I promised Allen to give him the money, ho walked with mo to the place of my egress, and .stood ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 June 1871

New Millinery G oods A.t Ncwjxn-t, lu. IBKO to Inform the public (hat I have Jiut re turned from l'hllailelphla, with a lull assort ment ot the latest styles M1I.UNKKY ROODS. HATS AND 110NNETS, ItinilONS, KKKNCH FLOWERS, FEATIIEHS, CHIGNONS, LACE CAPES, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In a II rst-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere . DRERS MAKINO done to order and In the la test style, as 1 fp't the latest Fashions from New York every month. UollorhiK done to order, in all widths. I will warrant all my work toclve sat isfaction. All work done as low as possible. ANNIE 1CKES, Cherry Street, near the Station, 5 16 13 Newport, fa. CARSON'S This Is not the lowest priced, QTTTT TAT? but IkMiik much the best is lit OlXiiJiJAIV the end by far the cheniwst. ATT Do not fall to give it a trial, and you will use no other. THE alarming Increase In the number of fright ful accidents, resulting in terri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 27 June 1871

4 STIje QTtmc0, New Bloomfictlr, JJa. fjfoomfifltr Shuts. ADVEKTI9ING RATESt Tratuimt9 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " twolnsertlons 15 " " "three insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ssc., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over five lines, 5 cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year f 13 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lilies Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, FENN'A. Tuesday, June 27, 1871 Important Notice. With tlio commencement of tlio present volume it was our intention to advance our subscription price; but as we desired to fur nish our paper at the lowest possible rate, so ns to bring it within the reach of nil, wo determined to try the experiment after tlio enlargement, and see if wo could still keep our terms at $1.00 per year. After a trial of six months, we find that...

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