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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 February 1870

I)c tines, New Dloomficttr, flcu 5 The Bloomflold Times Tuesdny, February 22, 1S70. L, O V A L J) E 1'A It T M E N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year In Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with this article marked, in.iy know that they s.inuld renew their sulnci'lpliiHi, ll ley wlsu l'' eoiiunue Id receive If'ICi J'ilIK. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In muni lii.ii, .filers leceive.l later Ulan Saturday eve ning, or ini' dnwii mail im Monday morning havu lo lay over until the following weeii. Sale bills, or any kind of job printing done promptly at this ollice. Senator Mcliilire and Representative Mil liken have our thanks for public documents and reports. .Mayetl Out. AVe have it from excellent authority that two ground-hoys eamo out at the usual time near Blain, and that one was killed, while the hole of tho other was stopped up so ho could not return. Wo are glad of it, and think it served them just rijjlit. Of course wo shall have good weather now. )(PostOIortem Examination....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 February 1870

0 PARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS IIV Invito cnmmiinieaUtm (mm all ' jicrsnnxtrhoarr Interested in Matter jirojierly Mowing to (Ms department. Don't Sell Your Farm by the llttshcl. MANY a farmer who works steadily nntl Kcalously to keep every acre of liis farm as an inheritance for his chil dren, is unwittingly Felling it away by driblets, when, by a more judicious course (of management, he might make as much money and keep adding to the value of tho place. Having a barrel of good wine, he draws off the conteuts, little by little, and keeps tho barrel without tho wine. Tho value of tho farm lies in its ferliliii, iind, except in rare cases, only in its fer tility. It depends on his management, whether he leaves it like an emptied bar rel to his children, or full of the good wine, that constitutes its great value. Indeed, the example is not strong enough, for tho fertility of the land is not an idle wealth, like the wine in the barrel. It may be drawn out and lived upon, and yet be kept con...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 February 1870

GTIjc mcs, New fJloomftclb. Ja. Philadelphia Advertisements, j GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. L. . KXIUII1 'A ;BltT, Wholesale Dealers in P I S II , Oliooso AND 114 South Delaware Avenue, Below Chestnut St., t'lULADELPUIA, PA. Agents for Collins, (Jedtles k Co's ('aimed Fruits. illllf S. EC. TAYBiOIt, WITH WAINWRIGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS, North Fast Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?, Philadelphia l'a W. A. ATWOOI). Isaac W. Ranch. ATWOOI), 11ANCK & CO., Commission 31erehants, AM) Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of I'lekled and Salt I II , No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street, 3 40 61110 PHILADELPHIA, rA. WHOLESALE January 1, 1S09. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. OSHAYISILIj & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades, Brooms, Carpet Chain, Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c, And a line assortment of Wood uikI Willow Ware, No. 343, North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. January 1, 1809. TOBACCO SECARS AC. Thomas Houii. A. J. McConkev. ROBB & McCONKEY, Com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 22 February 1870

(0)c imc0, ftciu Bloomficlir, 3a. 8 Perry. County Bank! Spoiaslor, .finikin & Co. Till! undersigned, having formed a Hanking As sociation under tlx; above name and stylo, are now ready to do a General Hanking business at their new Hanking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE THE CO CUT HOUSE, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay laek on demand. We discount notes for a period of not overdo days, and sell Drafts on riiiladelphia and New York. On time Ueposits.-tlvr per cent, for any time over four months; anil for four months lour per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility for doing a Hanking Huslnessj and knowing, and for some years, feeling the great Inconvenience un der which the people of this County labored for the want of a Hank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want :and this heing the llrst Hank ever established in ferry county, we hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by all th business men, farmers and mech...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

" i lis j K 8 J kcv3 I It 9 f i If I I 111 Hl!IJwJ m$ J1 II A NK M O II TIME II , Editor and I'roprictor. "Vol. TV. The loomfii:ld Times In I'uMished Weekly, At New Bloomlield, reim'a. FRANK M011TIMEII. BUHSCMPTIOJf TKUMS. ONE DOLLAR VEll YE All ! IN ADVANCE. ADVKKTISINO KATES. Trannient 8 Cents per line for one insertion. 12 " " " two insert ions. 15 " " " three insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. TrifouteB of Keiqicct, ite., Ten cents per line. TKA11I-T ADVKltTISKMENTS. One Square per yenr, lnelndiiif paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, including paper, 13 00 Three Squares " " " It 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. The Haunted House. BY ARXnCIl h. J1E8ERVE. CONCLUDED. it HOI say," replied tho other, em- jihatically; " wo'vo too good a tiling here to be blowed on if we can help it." -" You are right there, Jim ; but let us go down. The rest of tho boys will bo along s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

(Il)c imc0, New Bloomftclb, Ja. MY BROTHER'S WIFE. I HAD been in the employ of tho Wa tertown road ever since I was four teen, and at twenty-one was running the Whatcly locomotive attached to the morn ing train between Springfield and Bing liamton. Tho rebellion broko out soon after I was promoted to my present posi tion, which,though it was a lucrative one, could not induce mo to refuse tho offer of a first lieutenant's commission in the tentli regiment, which was being recruit ed in our county. My brother, a ma ehincst and older than myself, determin ed to accompany me and accordingly en listed in my company, though I afterward obtained him the position as first ser geaut. Well, I gave up my situation as engineer and was soon in the land of cot ton and hoc-cake. Our regiment was en camped near Fairfax for a long time, and while there, my brother became smitten with a dark-eyed damsel at whose abiding place ho often tarried while on out-post duty. He was a quiet sort of a fellow, m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

Bloomlicld Academy ? -in English and Classical School ron LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ! . rp:iH WINTF.lt SICKSION :f this Institution J Commenced DlTClllllIT fitll. The course of study embraces Latin, (ireek, F.nglish UriiiiclnvH, Mathematics, Natural Science, Ve., anil is desitmed to furnish ;i thorough Fn;rlish F.dncation. or a complete rreparaliuii for a Colle giate Course. Vacat ions: July and August, and one well at Christinas. Terms: For Hoarding. Furnished lionm. Wash ing. Tuition in l.at'ii. (ireek, Fnnlisli liranciiesnnd Matlieinaties, for the scolaslic year, except hoard in vaealions. SJt'o.Uii. The Hoarding Department Is at the, institution, uiulcr the supervision of Wiliain Crier. 1i., hv whom nmn and suhslautial hoard will he fur nished : and the pupils will he under the strict euro of the Principal. Address T. A. SNIVKI,V. A. 1!., I'rineipal, or WII.I.IAM Cltll K. Cltfl .New llloonilleld, I'erry county, Pa. New S4sjp,-o 3"iiac BETWEEN IJLOOMFIELI) and NEWPORT! WIXTEIl A UIIAX...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

4 3 CI NEW KLOOMFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, March J, 1S70. The member of Congress from S. C, Mr. Whittimore, lias resigned to save the disgrace of being expelled for selling his West l'oint appointment. A COLORED SENATOR HOW sits ill tllC Senate Chamber at Washington. On Friday last, Senntor Hovels, the colored Senator l'rom Mississippi, was admitted and look the oath of ollico, and now rep resents the State formerly represented by Jefferson Davis. Gold has fallen far below the expecta tions of every ouc, and on Friday last touched as low a premium as 1GJ, thus making United States Securities of 1881, above par in gold, as they were selling the same day at 117J. If this fall in gold continues the question of a return to a specie basis will soon be settled, without any trouble. The above is the lowest premium since Sept. 1st. 18GJ, when it was 1GJ. The publication of the Dally Globe is costing the country thousands of dollars annually, and is really of no use. There is a prospect now th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

l)c (times, Nctu Bloomftclir, JJcu 5 Tho Bloomfield Times 'Tuesday, March 1 1S70. LOCAL J)i: 1'A 11 T M K N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year In Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with this article marked, may know that they should renew their subscription, if they wish to continue to receive Tiie Timv. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In mind dial Idlers received unci' than Satuidayove liing, or the down mail on Monday morning I'avo to lay over until the following wocii. Sale bills, or any kind of job printing done promptly at this ollico. .Returned. Chas. Leo Murray has return ed from tin) West, much improved in health and has resumed tho pra ctiee of his pro fession in tho several courts of this county. His ollico is for tho presunt with B. F. Juu kiu, Esp List of Letters remaining in tho Post Oflieo at New Bloonilield, on Feb. 28, 1870 : Martha ,r. Poyles, Hubert Camiet, Miss Maria Frownleller, Mis. Susan Tnlhy, James Flyun 2, S. Miller, Ncal, Mclvclvy & Co., 1'. Melzger,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

6 I)c imc0, Nciu BIoomficlD, 3a. PAPvIi AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS U" inrllfi communtc.nttons.trnm at! pwtnnttrliitare interested in mutters properly Motiving o lhi tejmrimem. A little ground sulphur mired with salt aud iimio, and given onco m two or three weuks to stock, is beneficial. All domestic Htouk will thus benefitted. EG?" It is stated that buckwheat straw ue.l ior bedding live stock of any kind, causes an eruption of the skin, which is troublesome and injurious. It has been JVeijuently noticed that hogs, when feed ing among buckwheat ptubblos are sub ject to an crution irR the skiu of the neck and cars, owing to nil acrid juivo which exudes from the cut of the tub llcs. ESS Tho following is a German recipe for coating wood with a substance as hard ns stone : " forty parts of chalk, fifty of rosin, and four of linseed oil melted together ; to this should be added one part oxyd of copper, and after one part, of sulphuric acid. This last ingre dient must lie added carefully. The mix...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

I l)c imc0, Nan Bloomftcltr, $)a. Philadelphia Advertisements. CROCERIE3 AMD PROVISIONS. . P. IX1U3T & IMSO'N, "Wholesale Dealers in IIS II , Cheese AND Hi South Delaware Avenue, Below Chestnut St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agents for Collins, (Jcddes & Co's Canned Fruits. 104111 WITH WAINWRIGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS, North East Corner of 2nd ami Arch Street?, Philadelphia Pa W. A. AT WOOD. ISAAC W. Kantk. ATWOOD, 11ANCK & CO., Commission MereEaaiitM, AN1 Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of Tickled and Salt No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street, 3 40 CiiiS PHILADELPHIA, PA. WHOLESALE January 1, 1S09. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. GRAVIS I Mi & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Carpets, Oil Cloths, SliadG3, Brooms, Carpet Chain, Batting, "Wadding, Twines, &c, And a line assortment of Wood and Willow Ware, No. SIS, North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. January 1, 1860. TOBACCO SECARS &.C. Thomas Honrs. A. J. McConkky. ROBB & KCcCONKEY, CoitiitiifMion McrcZa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 March 1870

I (l)c .(Rimes, ftciu Bloomficlir, )a. 8 F A M I L Y SEWING MACHINE. miiR surcmoi! merits of tiik"S1NG. JL l-li' Machines m it nil others, fir either Family use or Mnnuhictiiring purposes, lire to vull -stnblished mill so generally admitted, that nn enumeration of liieir relative excellences is no longer considered necessary. Our NEW WMftV MACHINE which has lieen brought to perfection regardless of time, labor, or expense, is now confidently presented to the pnlrlie as ineoinpnralilv the REST SKAVING MACHINE IN EXISTENCE. The Machine in question is Simple, Compact, Durable nnd IScautlful. It . is quiet, light running, anil capable of per funning a rnnge and variety of work never be fore attempted upon a single Machine, using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton Thread, nnd xewing with etpinl facility, the very best the very li nest and coarsest materials, nnd anything be tween the two extremes, in the most beautiful nnd substantial manner. Its attachments lor llemniinir, Braiding, Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

HHuf fr rfk 11 htttiif l w 1 1 1 1. xv yA .rv y. . 111 FRAXK MO R TIMER, Editor ami 1'roprictor. Vol. IV. The Bloomfield Times Is rubliahed Weekly, At New Iilooniflcld, Pcnn'a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. BUnSCMPTION TERMS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR! IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING RATES. Trantient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 12 " " " two insertions. 15 " " "three insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, including puper, 12 00 Three Squares " " " 18 00 Four Squares " " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. THE MISSING BRIDEGROOM. A TRUE STORY. rrIIE cars were an Lour and a half be JL bind time, and some doubts were find ing expression about their getting through at all that night. The roads and by-ways were blocked with snow-drifts, and though the storm had ceased, and here and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

2 (Iljc Stimcs, New Bloomftettr, J3a wife, then, he argued, ancf he had .faith that her love would be strong enough to bind her to him. Her father could not tako her from him, and he should be Huro of her. A ud he gave them to un derstand that he was rich, ' and being a stranger in the State, no one was able to contradict him, and his accepting a clerk ship in a store was cited as a proof uf his energy and industry, and a bright exam ple tor other young nieu of wealth to follow. Well, what do you suppose this fellow did at last ?" " I I dou't know," sho stammered, confused by his steady gaze. " No, and you would never guess. When the wedding-day was fixed, and this beautiful girl already to bestow her self upon him, he left the country and fled like a second Cain." " Fled !" sho gasped, turning deadly pale, and trembling from head to foot. He looked a little surprised at her emo tion, but resumed : " Yes, he fled out of the country, and staid three years, and people believed that in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

l)c ime0, Nut) Bloomficl&, $cu 3 Bloomfield Academy! An JCutiU&h atut ('Musical School foil LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I THK VlSTKlt NKNSToN' of this Institution commenced December (Uli. The course of study enihrnccs T.atln, Oreek, English Itranches. Mathematics, Natural Science, At:, and Is designed to furnish a thoroiiKli Knttlish Education, or a complete Preparation for a Colle L'late Course. Vacations: July and August, and one week at t hristnirts. Terms: For Hoarding. Furnished Hooin. Wash Inn. J ultlon In Latin, (ireek, KiiKlish Hnuichesand Wat hematics, for t lie scolastic year, except hoard in vacations. SiKUHi. The Boarding Department is at the Institution, finder the siiervlsioii of Wlliam firier. Kso., by whom g I ami suhstiintial hoard will lie fur nished: and the pupils will he under the strict care vl in i rincipai. Address T. A. HXIVULY. A. 11., Principal, WILMAM GKIKU. New Bloomlleld, Terry county, Fa. or 51 tfl New fStsifvo Iino BETWEEN BLOOMFIELD and NEWPORT! WIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

i)c mc0v New Blaomftclfc, 3a. t flloomfifUr fftnus. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, March S, 1870. The nomination of Judge Strong, as Judge of the Supreme Court lias been onfirmed by the Senate. Out of 544 cases brought before the Superior Court of Maine in eix terms, only 09 went to a jury. That is, the peo ple preferred the decision of a judge in 05 eases. The statement of the condition of the National Finances for the lstinst., shows a further redaction of the debt during the past month of nearly six and a half millions. This makes a total reduction ince March 1, 1869, of $37,124,782.84. Senator Lowky has been paying his respects to George Bergncr, of Harris burg, in a manner more forcible than ele gant. This is done in a letter to the Philadelphia Telegraph, which the Sen ator promises is only one of many that are to follow, and in which he calls his friend Bergner some hard names, and promises to make some rich developments. Go in gentlemen, outsiders will be glad to have the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

fljc time, Ncm ' Bloomfidb, Ja. 5 The Bloomfiold Times Tuesday, March 8, 1870. LOCAL DEFA11TMENT. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance I Persons who receive a paper with tills article marked, may know tnat they should renew tliuir suoscrtptlou, il tlicy wish to continue to receive The Timet. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In miuiilii.il tellers received later than .Saturday eve ning, or liie down null on Monday morning have to lay over until tiie following ween. )x.Mr. William Smiley, of ShcrmanHiliile, had his collar-bone broken last week, by being thrown from a colt lie wag riding. Foil Files of this Paper can be found in New York, at the office of Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Advertising Agents, No. 40 Park How. Belligerent. A young man named Hen ry Meek, was arrested and committed to jail in this borough on Saturday, charged with committing an assault ou his uncle, Isaac Meek, of Liverpool. X Walks and Homes of Jesus A new book by Rev. Daniel March, D. D., author of "Night S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

G FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS "" '" r,,-"i"t' W invite communications from all versonsirhoare interested in matters properly belonging to this licparltnent. Quince Culture. A correspondent of the Germantown Telegraph asks the following question ibout quinces, which may with propriety be asked of many farmers in this county : " Why do we not grow more of this beautiful and delicious fruit, is a ques tion often asked by horticulturists, but to my mind has not been answered. This fruit is always in large demand and bears transportation well, while choice 'quinces of the best varieties often bring fabulous prices. In the city of Poughkeepsie, New York, I have seen farmors sell quinces for five dollars per bunded by the wagon load, while for miles around there could scarcely be a better soil for the production of this fruit ; for while wealth and time and sci ence have advanced the cultivation and perfection of the other fruits to an aston ishing degree, by some fatality this beau tiful and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

GlIjc times, Nciu . Dloomftf Philadelphia Advertisements. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. c. i louoirr & isuo's, Wholesale Dealers ia FISH, Cheese AND I i'o visions, 114 South Delaware Avenue, 3elov Chestnut St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agents for Collins, (Jcddcs & Co's Canned Fruits. 104 ltt S. IS. TA.YI.OJIl, WITH WAINWMGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AM) TEA DEALERS, North Fast Corner of 2ml anil Arch Street?, Philadelphia Pa yr. a. atwood. Isaac W. Raxtk. ATWOOD, RANCH & CO., Commission Jlerehants, AN1 Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of Tickled and Salt JP I & XI , No. 211) North Wharves, above ltace Street, 8 40CniO PHILADELPHIA, PA. WHOLESALE & GROCERS January 1, 1609. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. GI&AYISII,!.. !fc CO., Wholesale Dealers In Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades, Brooms, Carpet Chain, Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c, And a line assortment of Wood and Willow Ware, No. 343, North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. January 1, 18G9. TOBACCO SECARS AC. Thomas Ronn. A. J. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 8 March 1870

I)c QLimts, Ncru Sloomfieltr, j)a. 8 OUR NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. THE SUPERIOR MERITS OF THE "SING ER" Machines over nit oilier, for either Family use or Manufacturing purposes, are to Well established and so generally admitted, that n enumeration of their relative excellences is no ionger considered necessary. Our NEW FAMttV MACHINE which has been brought to perfection regardless of lime, Isbor, or expense, is now confidently presented to the public ns incomparably the BEST SEWING MACHINE IN EXISTENCE. The Machine in quotion is Simple, Compact, Durable and Beautiful. It is quiet, light running, and capable of per forming a range and variety of work never be fore attempted upon a single Machine, using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton Thread, and sewing with equal facility, the very best the very finest and coarsest materials, ond anything be tween the two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. Its attachments for Hemming. Braiding. Cording, Tucking, Quilting, F...

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