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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 September 1871

5; pbt , fbloomMb '. Sinus. Titosday, September 0, 171. LOCAL DETAXtTMENT. OUR TERMS a a' rtr 'Jdvanei. Children'! Concert Next Sunday after noon at, 6 o'clock, ; in the basement of the Presbyterian church, by the children of the Sabbath School. All are invited to come, ad Wtw-eiflyirir, ,OTh';U 0 I Improved. The Lewistown Tru Dtmo erat comei to us thi week, enlarged to an eight cdrtmn paper, and looks first rate. Thia looks as though the new " Burna or gan" just started at Lewistown," had pot badly scared friend Frysingor. A Sweet Tree.--A few- day ago-' Mr. Geo. B Arnold found a troo which he, was convinced contained a large quantity of honey. On Friday last accompanied by 0. T. Clegtf, and several others he again visi ted the spot, when Mr. Clogg after climbing over thirty feeC found a splendid deposit of honey, which was taken out and lowered by a rope. The ' quantity obtained was very largo, weighing 49J pounds. ' y " Painful -AeoldenU On last Wednesday a week Mr. Hazzard Sluss...

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. — 5 September 1871

6$ fi ln"iojoNbB15oinfwlii5 ftl 1 s .'Vnwo.UiviVI. r'V. rhililflcltrift AdveHTfeeiiietils. , tTMIatloIphla iAdrtiftOnicats.. riiiladclnlita AdTerliscmcnts. , it mi Pro -(jrWHWiV :.RfMW .1 "I j " n-r- r. rm We Invite romrnvniraWmtfrom att reronvhonr Inu-rertrd in matters proptrl belonging to IAU Txiendau. September 6, 187 ll j " ' 1 , fAbm and household.! itemsI ! inun nen mi -,ue vera, i to mn J la,mer;writeu,:,8;fbllow, on the ore subject. His suggestions are cor- nlyw6rthy of bohs'ideratrod : A above tainlvw6rthv , At what time shall.- we out corn, and j injwhat'manhef 7' Shall We1 cut at the f eroundtoD. or not cut at all 1 These are questions which ar aeldom discussed in. our agricultural papers: still they, should. b thoroughly understood by all grower- 1 am- aware that pnpf JiiMtern growers i praotice topping; and if tjhis is tlioi.beatj ; niotnoa, we snouid aij pTacuoe it., vun tending that it' is not, Twill present u few thoughts ii favor Of putting atnhel , ground. 1 Leaves...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 September 1871

t rhotographs !),., JPhotpsraphs ! I!.-. ' Av?S.r;- 'l.i .1 1 - w vjr; vlSZ-.- , .:.,,.!fe'r-K --'7 i JACOB VOBtE, --' ; j Tliotograpliid ' Artist, ' v'"'"' 'xkivrdkf, 'MvmT--- ' 1 ," i vot- , vrr 1 THE subscriber would respectfully full tlic at tention ( the citizens il this cmiiitv to. tlie fact. Mint he Is prepared tn take PlfOTUURA PHD In the bent stvle nf the art. His long experience enaliles liira to produce, i .... 1 PICTVEES M-JTTCri ' C4 lrx'0 T ' 13 B ' EX- " ".y i' .-''-. '''. - All peraoni are requested to call at his rooms and i examine specimens. .''' t 1 :n ' r Particular attention given to copying likenesses of deceased persons, and Rrcat caro will bo taken ; -. .". . ;. to furnish ! . ! i Good "Pictures of 'Childrsn. v s ! : . ' i . , . x - Framing material and a good assortment of frames always on hand, and fot sale nt low prloos. ' V ,!...,...: JACOB COBLE, Artist,' 1 - " ' ..fcewport, Terry Co., Fa Eloomficltl Academy! ; LADIES. AND . ' GENTLEMEN ... "Vo'ung" Mei...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 September 1871

8 'lje Unto, 2ftm JSloomfieUr, )d. Miscellaneous News Items. t3T A crazy pauper in the poorhouse of Guernsey county, Ohio, recently seised a email piece of board, and with the edge of It killed two of the inmates before it could be taken frord him. ty A dog tiear Worcester meets the Nashua train every morning, takes the Worcester Spy which is thrown to him by the expressman, and safely carries it to his master. tW Legal proceeding have been com . menced at Alexandria, Va., against a hus band for the recovery of a debt contracted by bis wife eleven years ago, and during her minority. tSTLIgbtniDg struck a house in Centre ville, Iowa, a few evenings since, melted the hands and pendulum of a clock on the mantel, jumped over the heads of two la dies in the room, and disappeared in the cellar. ty Fanner Allen, in Lucas county, Io wa, was bitten on the nose by a rattle snake, a few days since, and a man In his employ applied his month to the wound, and sucked the poison from it, so that A...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

if lit lftij W Ik ttif ft tt r ti Knt IMI If SI IE i hi 'Ml II II si ! a M M '.i. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T Vol. V. Now I31ooiiilioll, I'fi., Tucwday, Hoptemlxiv 13, 1871. IV o. JIT. Js Published Weekly, At New Bloomileld, renn'a. FRANK MORTIMER. SUnHCKIPTION TEKMS. i$tzr l'KU VKAR! 7S Cents ford Months 40 Vents for 3 Monttis, IN ADVANCE. ""those early years. BY M. h. MATIII1SON. rpiIOSE early years ! those early years I X Of childish hopes and childish tears; How Bwcct their cherished mcm'ry seems Of guileless hours and fairy dreams, When crBt a child In cnrclcss glee, I sported round my mother's knee. Those olden lays ! those olden lays ! The joyoUB tones of other days j How oft their mcm'ry o'er mo steals, And youthful dreams of llfo reveal, When o'er my eye of earnest blue No cank'rlng care Its shadow threw. Those burled Iotcs I those burled loves t Time's fading treasure aptly proves j Whato'cr my change, as life decays. The thoughts of those far happier days, Bhall cl...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

.in m.i.iai. m.ii.mm mi iim ! rm ! ii 111 ' 1111 " " 1111 lin "vmlmmMHmmitmmmtatmmtm immune n iMimmwi n in n mil iwnn mi riniumn wiiwiiw wimiiiii i UMimin i m mitiiMwmmVMMm. Kjmtmmmmmm'im'mmmil'm'mm 2 mcs, New JMoomftcfo, JJcu ;,V - ,,. .. . . -- 11 i ' "7" " . ' 1 '"" r -. - .ill: l.fc , , .. ,.,.' . , ., ,., ' 'Zil A STRUGGLE FOR LIFE. I WAS standing about thirty or forty yards in advanoo of tho Clifton, that is, thirty or forty yards nearer the horso shoe along tho brink of the rocks, and opposite tho American fall. T-he ground must havo been about tho sumo height as the opposite fall, but, owing to tho im mense hill down which the rapids rush, it was possible to distinguish any object of tho sizo of a boat a considerable dis tance above tho fall, so that, now as it was pointed out to me, I saw in tho mid dle of tho rapids, a huge log of wood, tho trunk of a tree, which had lodged thoro some years before, and upon it a black speck. This, after some observa tion, I perceived to mo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

Boots ! , I i A Full Assortment of .' ; , 1 " : THE CELEBRATED YORk BOOTS, i i ' , Hand or Machine Sewed, Whole Stock and Double . , ... Sole and , , . , Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by ' M. B. SPAHR, YORK, PA. A full Assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers , ' ' Constantly on Hand. tt-flpectal Attention raid to Ordarif 6 23 26. New Millinery Goods A.t Newport, Pa. IBHO to Inform the publlo that I have Just re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort ment of the latest styles of . , - - MILLINERY GOODS. HATS AND BONNETS, RIBBONS, FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS, CHIGNONS, . . , , LACE CAPES,' ' . NOTIONS, " And all articles usually found In a flrst-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere, DRESS MAKING done to order and In the la test style, as I gut the latent Fashions from New York every month. Golterlng done to order, In all widths, I will warrant all my ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

4 ljc imev Nuti; Dl0dmftcl pii ADVERTISING RATESl Tmruient 8 Cents per Hue for one Insertion. 13 " . " two insertions ' i i '18 " " "three Insertions, Business Notices In Local Column 10 Conts per line. . ,, .., 1 1 Notices of MarrlaRes or Deaths Inserted free, - Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line, I . YEABI.Y ADVEHTISEMHHTB-'. i t One Square, one year, ...... .,f 19 00 Two Squares per year, ...... 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made.1 . t ! ! ... .: i. . lea Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELI), PENN'A. ...! ;; ..:u i 1-. : Tuesday September 12, 1871. ' " The entire facta of, tbo caso will bo made, public,' ...writes ,A.ttorney-Genoral Brewster to tho riiilodulphia Ledger, in re gard .to , .the Evans defalcation. ( That's what tho peoplo waut and the sooner Judge Rrpwster proceeds to do it the better. The peoplo will insist upon tint), and will be content tvitU nothing leas, than the whole truth let tho blumo full ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

iijc firtiobMtijl, lift'. 5 ii ii.; irTTTTT Tuesday, September 1 , 1871. LOCAL DEVAKTMENT. . i OUR TERMS . ! Are tfjtl S5 a l'car in Advance. To nbscribcfg.-pBy policing the figures on tho direction label any subscriber can toll when bis subscription empires. Thoso wtyo wish to onor or Sulisoribej but llu) not like to send money ly mail, can pay it to cither of tho following -who nro authorized to receive money on our account. y Jas. I JHvmi! 5 ' f . U .Lamllslmrg. Samuel Itcbcrt Shcrmunsdale 11. M. Kliv Newport Mlllerstnwn W. I. Klnp Oeorgo Crist' " " Green Turk ' Samuel Shumnker " " Loysvllle.. I. l. itniiinson uemer A. 8-Whitcke.ttl; ) ft ',! MorkHttUo Wm.. Jackson ,l New Bulialo Postmaster, .." ..." Blain , . ' "" ' " Sandy Tltlf ' " " Liverpool " " - " NewGcrmantown " ' " Ickesburg i " . '!, " Kshnol " ' " Donnallv's Mills " I t- f filler's Point " .'.. Delvlllo John Dunbar, rerryville, Juniata Co., l'a. Mrs. Annio Cook, will find a letter mail ed atf" Queenstowo, Ireland," awa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

.6 m Itomfifltr minis. Wt iniHte communicattontfrom aU vertonnho are inlererted in matters properly belonging to thit 1 department, s s, . 1 ' Tuesday, September 12, 1871. ih.B.VL AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Fattening Cattle. Mr. Bela S. Hartings, who is one of tho leading drovers from Vermont, in sup plying the Boston, market, gave his ex- perieuoe and observation in relation to fattening stock, at a late meeting of the Caledonia County Farmers' Club : lie said tho main object of the fartnor was to get the most out of his fodder. It does not pay to feed grain to a poor creature; One that does not take on flesh rapidly. Farmers will do better to dis pose of such stock for what it will bring, and procure animals of good style. He bolieved that one-half of the grain fed Was wasted by not being fed to good cat tle,.' Another important point in farmers do not feed heavy enough. He would commence with as muoh feed as they would bear first, and then increase. In feeding twelve quarts of meal, the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

Bloomfield Academy! An 'English and C'lannlcttt School LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. -1 fTormnl Srhonl ami a Sfhnol of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monthly, the 2Slh of Any ust, 1871 AR I lie above school has recently lwcn re-organized, students can enter any time. Prof. WJI. 11. PILL, u graduate ot llutger's Col lege, N. tl., Principal. Miss ANNA U. AlTfiSri'ItOElt, a graduate of Ivsther Institnle, Columbus, Olilo, teacher of Mu sic, l'ai nt In ix. Drawing, I'll' m il mul ticrmnn. Every facility for the training; of tlie youth of both sexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. Tito Colleglnlc Department embraces all the higher branches, Including the Latin and i reck Languages, Knginccriug, 1'iactl eal Surveying, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Matliciiiiilics. Vacations: July and August, ami one. Meek nt Christinas. Terms: For Hoarding, Furnished Room, Wash ine, 'In i t ton In l.at in, (Jreek, llnglish lira itches and .Mathemati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 September 1871

8 )c mcs, New Bloomftclu 3a. Miscellaneous News Items. C3F" In Sing Sing prison are 1,245 malo convicts mid 100 female, making a pretty large family. XW John Taclior, of BtisRing Mountain, Dutchess county, was recently tarred and feathered on tho chargo of running away with another man's wife. C3FA Michigan youth recently interview ed ft rattle snake, and afterwards partook of a compound of whisky, lard and gun powder for his health. ' An old colored woman in Albany, last week, died suddenly from fright at the choking of a child in her chargo, who had swallowed a knob from a teapot lid. tW A man named Johnson, of Guilford township, Hendricks county, Ind., has liy dicphobic fits, during which ho manifests nil symptoms of rabies. In his lucid inter val, ho is perfectly well. Years ngo ho was bitten by a dog supposed to bo rabid. C3TA hardworking but poor German fai lner, in Livingston, county, Missouri, whoso farm was advertised for salo for debt, in spito of all his industry and econ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

..' . "X 4 .ftt .ttiilnicolli fifc .usuii ks w mm if' Fit ASK MO It TIME It, ) Editor and I'rojtrietor. J AN"'' INDEPENDENT EAMlLt" NEWSPAPER. (Tcrji; J2V ADVANCE Sj?t lor Tour. Vol. V rsrO!-v 15 loom field, X'ii., ITiioHtlsiy, Soitinlo' lOJ, TVo. :jh. 3r i'illl lttit11 1 fc'ill' It I ll! ill 21-1 ! I S: 111'' J 1 . ilk'--1 mm Fits imm'mw ww csi'-Tir- iJJP jM-v5V ; . , -; ,. :: .. . i: ,-,.-v - 7 , t . . " .. , . ... - . ,. , I . ' ' I . . . I . . Jo Fublishcd Wechlu, At New r.loomfleld, renn'n. BY . ' . FRANK MORTIMEll. BUHSCKII'TION TE11MS. 1 .'Z n 1 10 1J Y 10 vV 1 8 t 7S Vents forO Months; JO Cent for 3 Months, IN. ADVANCE. echo ansvees. 1 iiskeil of Echo '(other day, (Whoso wurila nre often few nntl funny) What to a novice she would say, Of courtship, love, and matrimony ? (iuoth Kelio, plainly, "Matter o' money." Whom should I marry ? Should It lie A dashing damsel, gay and pert, A pattern of Inconstancy, Or a selfish, mercenary flirt ? ijuoth Echo, sharply, " 'Nary flirt." Wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

2 (irijc imcs, New Ulornirftel )a. whether Time has robbed my nrm of its Btrength." i1 In half an hour all was bustlo and ao tivitj in the old blacksmith shop. Tho wondering neighbors who had for somo months past been obliged to go ten miles to the next village, when anything in that line was required, heard with sur priso the busy strokes of tho hammer. Sam Jones almost rejoiced when his horse lost a shoo, because it gave him nn opportunity to satisfy his curiosity. Ho was a rough man, but his heart was touched when ho saw the old gentleman hard at work, and it was with almost an air of deference that he asked if his horso could be shod immediately, as ho was in hasto to go to Clydo on important busi ness. " Without delay Sam. Here Mr. llich, will you attend to this? or, stay, I will do it myself. It is ten years or more, since I have shod a horse ; but I know tho right way yot, if I mistake not." The job was about completed, and tho old blacksmith, with all the interest and activi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

Ijc imc0,, Otero , Bloomftcli), Ja - it i ' ' t i L -i .-j- ) , -. . . .. i - ,.. Boots t A Full Assortment of ,:'-,..:! THE ' CELEBRATED ; YORK ' BOOTS, pond or Machine Sewed, Whole Stock and Double Bole and . Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Bale to the Trade by M. B. SPAHR, , Y0RK' PA- A full Assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubber? Constantly on Hand. KWBiKciiA Attention Paid to Order. -s . , 82326. . . ....... ... : ., . Neiu Millinery Goods At Newport, IBKG to Inform trie puhllo that I have Just re turned from Philadelphia, with a lull assort ment ol the latest styles of MILLINERY GOODS, 1 HATB AND BONNETS, " , BIBBONS, FltENCII FLOWERS, FKATIIE1W, CHIGNONS. . , . (' f LACK CAPES, ' ; . NOTIONS," And all articles usually found In a first-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. rWe will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. PRESS-MAKING done to order and In the la test style, as I get the latent Fashions from New Yor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

-Tt-nr-W-tr fljc fllbtrtnflHii Sinus. ,i ))! TTTntrmrrT Vi . ; ' AtfVEHT IHIKU tlAYS9l.IT " Tramlmt-tH Cents per lrne for oue'luscrtlon. ' , ... , .13 . s5.., ' twolnscrtloua , ' ' V 15 .'", " three Insertions. '' 'business Kotlc'e's In Loe'al Column 19 Cents par line. I m:ik.! i: ai'-t ) Ki I hi t-.:: , Noticci of Marriages or Deaths Inserted Tree. Tributes of Heaped, &o., Ton cents per line. YEARLY AnVEntlBElTEHtS- ' On Square,' oho year..i..j ...... ...I..' It? 00 Two Squares per year,.... .l.....,.", 20 00 .For longer advertisemeuts a reasonable dls countill Im made. ' .... ' Ten Mues Nonpareil or one Inch, Isone square. NEW BL00MFIELD, PENN'A.' ' ' 1 Ij ' -1 I . . . ' 1 1, . . "' , ' y'i.; .i Tuesday, September 19, 187 In-. 3T Tho' custom of placing portraits of individuals on our currency and bonds oha liles us to count tho now bonds as follows : Tho picture of Silas Wright is .-worth, 'fifty dollars, and two "Wrights mako ono tan ton ; five Stantons mako ono Benton ;,,twb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

Tuesday, Srptentber 19, 1871. LOCAL DEFAItTMENT. i i OUR TERMS . ; , Are Jjl ." a I'ear t -4Itcwee. To Subscribers. By noticing tho figures on Jhe' direction label any' -subscriber can toll when his subscription expires. Those who wish to rcnow or subscribe,, but (lo not like to send money by mail, can ' pay It to cithor of tjip following who aro authorized to receive money on our account. J as. I,. Dlvon, Lanuisburg; Haniuclltoliert, Bher mansdale; It. M. Etiv. Newport: W. I. Kipp, Mll lorstown; George Crist, Green Parks Samuel Shuniakcr, Lnysvllle; .1. T. Koblnson, Center; A. 8. Whltekettle, Markolvllle; Wm. Jackson, New HnlTalo ; W. It. Swartz, Dunnannon, anil to Postmasters at the following places : Main; San dy Hill; Liverpool; NewGcimantown; Ickcsburg; Eshcoli Doiiuully'sMJll; Grler't Feint ;,Delvlllo. John Dunbar, Ferry ville, Juniata co., Pa. Mr. IV. J. Campbell, who was formerly . a resident of this borough, has again become connected with the Tazewell couri ty (111.) Repub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

6 lie imto, Nctu Blootnfitlii, Wo. mfSl00mfitlb Sinus. We nrt( communication from all pertonitihoar interested in matters property belonging to this department. TSiesday, September 19, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Cultivation of Rice. T ICE is cultivated very extensively Jj in warm countries, nnd is used by more people as an article of food than any other cereal, except wheat. In the East Indies it is grown on vast tracts of marshy land, where no other crop is ever raised to advantage. In China and Japan rice is brought to the highest state of perfeo tion, and in favorable seasons the crop is very largo. On some of these Kastern plantations it is claimed that successive crops have been raised for a period of over two thousand consecutivo years. This succession of crops docs not appear to impoverish the land, but it oontinues to yield profitable returns without any signs of exhaustion. This result is gener ally attributed to the uatural fertility of tho soil, which is rendered cont...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

l)c GKme3, Ntto Bloomftcltr, $3a. Bloomfield Academy! An English anil Classical School FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. A Normal S hiil and a Srhool of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On, Monday, the 28A of August, 1871 AB the above school has recently been re-organized, students ean enter anv time. I'nif. WM. II. DILL, a graduate ol Kutger's Col lege, N. .1., Principal. Miss ANNA K. AUGSrUHGEIt, a frrnduntA of Esther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teaeher ol Mu sic, Fainting. Drawing, French nml (JoriBan. Every facility for the training of the youth of both Rexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. Tit Collegiate Department embraces all the higher branches, Including the Latin and Greek Langtiagcs, Kiigiueerlng, l'racti cal Surveying, I literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacations; July and August, and one week at Christmas. Ternist For Hoarding, Furnished Hoom, Wash ing, Tuition in Latin, Greek, Kngllsh ltranchcsaud Mathematic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 September 1871

8 Miscellaneous News Items. tg Ebeno.or Slmw, of Slieslieiiuin, llrnil ford co., Piv. recently celebrated Ills 100th birthday. EjT"T1io Idea of buililiiig' a Hliip canal around Niagara Falls, on tlio American side is again revived. 2T"A Milwaukee) paper nnnounccs that Mr. Still of that city lias become "perma nently still from MiU'ocntion suporinduced by a ropo suspended from a boam." t3F A cotemporury thinks that tlio best way to improve the lot of woman is to put a good Iionsa on it and a good man in the house. C3T The Troy Whig reports neighboring farmers cutting their cornstalks, curing and housing them for cattle feed, singing, "rodder, O fodder, come home with mo now." KJ" Ono of tho old clergyman of Huston advised a parish comniitteo looking about for a pastor to take a young man on tho ground that evoiy chinch should do its sharo of taming theological colts. C37 An editor in Elizabeth Xew Jersey, has just recovered ono thousand dollars damages for an assault made upon him by...

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