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

5 iimts. Tuesday, December 10, 18 71. LOCAL DErAKTMENT. OUR TERMS Are Xear in Advance. Ko Taper Next Week. Next week being Chrmtmait, no paper will bo issued from this office. Our hands want a holiday and wo need this opportunity to make somo changes in our office. Any person wanting job work done, will, however, be promptly attended to. Deer Hunters. Tho second hunting par ty which has visited Black Log from this borough, camo homo Friday last, bringing with them a lino buck which they shot on tho morning they left. Thn animal weigh ed 1.1-1 nounds. Wo return our thanks to the liuntors for tho pioco sent us. Will You Do It J Will you look at the date on tho direction label of this paper, and seo if your subscription has nearly run out? If it has, and you wish to continue to receive This Timks, you will tune u mtii-h trouble bv following it now, for if wo do not hear from you, wo take it for grant lid that vou wish your nniH'f discontinued when your subscription expires. A renew- al...

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. — 19 December 1871

r 6 STI)c tmc0f -;Ncui- Blaomftcl Pa. fat flhwmfiflb Stmts. Tuesday, December lit, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We inrite eommnnic.iiUowifram nil prmonxirhonre. inte.rrnteii in muttert properly bvlonying to 1iU Ucpartmcnt, Hints to Housewives. Perhaps sonio of our housekeeping read ers do not know of certain economical ex pedients in domestic management, that liavo Homchow crept into our practice. Jlrooms arc no gonorally used uud ahusod, that their fieshncss worn oil' they aro'too soon discarded. When a broom begins to succumb to wear and tear, placo it in a pan of boiling water for a few seconds shaking it well, and drying it quickly in the sun or at tho lire. If the bottom edgo is wearing unevenly, tie a string around it until it is dry, and trim oil' the uneven edgo carefully. Whisk brooms should bo treated in tho samo way. Clothes pins boiled a few moments and quickly dried, onco or twice a month, be come more llexible and -durable. Clothes lines will last longer and keep in ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 December 1871

, Philadelphia Advertisements. c. i ioricairr & mtos. Wholejulo DuilciA hi FISH, CllCCHC . . AND IT'i'ovir-tioiiH, 114 South Itolaware Avcnno, . : i . 4 Below Chestnut St.- PHILADELPHIA, 1A. Agents for Collins, GeuMcs & Co's Cnniiril Fruits. X041tl A. B. Cunningham. J. II. Lcwars. J. S.Glcim, Cunningham, Gleim & Co., Wholesale Dealers in Tobacco, Scgars, &c, NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET, F1IIIAIKI'I'IIA. 32310 Peterson's Magazine. CHEAPEST AND BEST OF ALL I Splendid Offers for 1872. TUTS popular monthly Magazine gives more for the money than any In the wnild. It Is the ls-st colored fashions, the best original stories, and the ls-st engravings of any lady's hook. Great nnd costly Improvements w ill be made In lS72,whcn it will contain ONE THOUSAND PAGES! FOURTEEN SPLENDID STEEL l'LATES? TWELVE COLORED BERLIN PATTERNS! TWKLVK MAMMOTH COLORED FASHIONS? ONE THOUSAND WOOD CUTS! TWENTY-FOUR l'A(iKS OF MUSIC! All this will be given for only two dollars a year, or a dollar les...

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

8 lje Gfimco, Ncui Bloomficfo, )a. Miscellaneous News Items. ' HT" The ice i thick enough on the Mon opahcla river to permit pedestrian to pass over. ' " ' ty John Ilceve, of Athens, husked 101 bushels of corn in eleven hours, uRlng no machinery for tliat purpose. ty A sack was found near Tyrone, (ro tten into tho ico on the river, which con tained the letters lately stolen from the post-office in that place. - t3T For innocently throwing a handful of red-pepper into a burning stove in s dance-hall in Dalton, N. II., an unsophisti cated young man has been fined 21 dollars and costs. 13?" For the first time in sixteen years there is not a Washburn in congress, Mr. Washburn, governor elect of Massachus etts, having sent in his resignation as a member last week. tW A bereaved and sorrow-stricken Mis souri husband sent last week for a minister to come and preach the funeral sermon of Ills deceased wife, and at the same time unite him to a plump and gushing com forter. t3f A MrR. William...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

Sill " l ! l ? !! 5 ! N ' "g !l? Ulll TOT"J7crj AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. f'JttSJZS?' "Vol. VI. Now Bloomflcld, Tuondny, January S, 1872 . IVo. 1. IS PUBMBUED EVERT TUESDAY MOIMINa, BT FEANK MORTIMEB & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ya. Belnfr provided with Stenin Tower, anil large Cylinder mid Joli-Presses, we nre prepared to do nil kinds of .lob-Print Inn In good style and at Low Prices. Lost and Found ! A NEW YEAK'S STORY. IT was lato afternoon of a chill Novem ber day. Miss Laura Winterglado had just got homo from a (shopping excursion, cold, weary and cross. Even tho tropical warmth and pcrfumo of her own elegant Iwudoir where her ever-devoted French maid sat waiting her coming, tho dinner dress of shining silk displayed upon the bed, and tho cut-glass goblet of mulled wine on the tablo, failed to coax the volca nic temper of this petted child of fashion into anything like the winsome softness she knew so exquisitely well how to assumo whenever occasion required....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

Adventures of a Detective. MANY yaars ago, when western rail road travel wainot the safest in the world, and when all monies duo from the east in paymont for western produce hud to he sent in cash by the mails, there occurred, not fir from Chicago each time, several ac cidents in conscquenco of trains being thrown off tho track, during which the mail cars woro broken open and tho bags robbed to a very largo amount. The first of these accidents happened within six miles of the "Garden City." and was caused by tho Michigan Southern running into tho Illinois Central mail train, if I re member rightly, striking it at right angles, and not only cutting it into two paits, but making a wreck of both trains. Tho loss in every way was large, and the conductor and engineer was killed on tho ipot tho former lying with bis face up wards close to the mail car which it was afterwards discovered, had been forced open and the gold and silver it contained carried off. Mr. Pinkerton, the great Wester...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

3 DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR . - . . , lias been tested by the putille ; FOR TEN YKAltit . . , Dr. Crook-N Win? lt. Tar , Renovate and L Invigorates the entre system, f , 1 I DR. CROOK'S WINE OK TAR Is the very remedy (or the Weak . and i'l'limi ' DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR : ' ' llamdlv restore rUr il ted 8 rtui,th DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TA R ; ; Restore I lie .iU- l.mi ,. . ; Strengthens I lie btotimch DR. CROOK'S WIN E OF TAR Causes the food to digest, removing DjsprpMiu aim Jiitligefttion DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR ' Gives tune uml uuergy to ' Debilitated Constitutions. ' DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAH. All recovering from any llineu , . will liud this Ibe bent Tonic tbey cau tike. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAH : i Is bd effective . Regulator t the Liver. Da CROOK'S WINE OF TAU ' Caret Jaundice, 1" ! ! .' ',' t, -,..' or any Liver Complulut. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Makes Delicate Females, who are never feeling Well, tttroug and Heuituy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Bat restored many Persons who have been una...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

4 ADVERTISING BATES I Trantimi8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 18 " " two insertions 15 " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year 113 00 Two Squares por year 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, January 2, 1872. OUR OFFER FOR 1872 ! TO CLUBS! We offer the following terms i For (11, we will send ten copies to one ofllce, nd an extra copy to the person gettlLrf up the I Club. For 20 we will Bond twenty copies to one office, and an extra copy to the person getting op the club. PETERSON'S MAGAZINE .and Thb Times, will both be sent to any ad dress for the year 1872, on receipt of $3.75. This magazine is so well known throughout the country, as the best of the monthly period icals, and is such a great favori...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

ljc tmcis, Htm Bloomfidfc $a. 4: Tuesday, January 2, 1872. LOCAL DEFAIITMENT. OUR TERMS Are H t"5 a Year in Advance. JANUARY. I 8u, Mo. Tu. We. Th. ft. 8. ... 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 To Subscribers. By noticing the figures on tho direction label any subscriber can toll when his subscription expires. Those who wish to ronow or subscribe, but do not lilto to send money by mail, can pay it to either of tho following who are authorized to receive money on our account. Jan. L. Dlven, I,andlsbiirg ; Samuel Itebert, Bher snansdalet H. M. Eby, Newport ; W. I. Klnp, MU lerstown s George Crl.it, Green l'ark; Samuel Mhumakcr, Loysvllle; J. T. lloblnson, CNitcr; A. R Whltekettlo, Markelville! Win. Jackson, New Buffalo; W. It. Swartz, Duncannon: Aimer J. Wilson, Juniata P. (. Postmasters at the following place : Tllaln: San lylllll; Liverpool; NewUermantown : lekesburg; Kshcol: Donnally's Mills; Urlcr's l'olnt; Delvllle. John Dunbar, Pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

I 6 rocs,- Nnt) jBloomfidlrv 3a. tjc loomficltr tmcs. v Tuesday, January 2, 1S72, ' v mil AN3 EOUSEIICLD ITEMS ITc Incite commmife'fl(mfuiM tff lerrnmswiienre InterrMnl In mMern (iroinrly 'vtonging to thi dr.tinrtmrnt. From GruKR to Hay. There la ii part of tho year, or portion of the lift- of hoives, catllo und sheep, CB pi chilly sloiD Mock, in which they (M often tiller fur lack of cure, food and Flioltcr, as during the season from the failure of grass to the time when they are regularly instal led in winter quaitors, mid are receiving their winter daily rations. The bleak winds, chilling storms, long nights, cold ground and Iroht-tiitteti irass of November have a very clifl'eicnt elleet upon all farm took, from th wurnt stables, soft bedding early cut hay, apetizing Swedes and daily nursing of January and February. Of the many excuses offered by farmers for neglecting ihoir stock at litis season, scarcely one of thcra is worth the bearing ; but still they aro mudo undcrstandingl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

' Philadelphia Advertisements. C. i. ksigiit & miow. Wholeate Duleii in .'..'. r . ; r FISH, ChoeHO ' " ' ako I?roviHionw, 114 South ; Delaware ATenno,. f 1-1 -it l A. Cl ' ' PHILADELPHIA, PA. .iv , Agents for , . Collins, Ucddcs & Co's Canned Frult. A. B. Cunningham. J. H. Lewars. J. B.Glelm. Cunningham, Gloim & Co., WnOLBSALI Dealers is Tobacco, Segars, &c, MO. 4, NOHTH FIFTH STREET, riXILADCLI'IlI A- 33310 Peterson? s Magazine. CHEAPEST ANDJ5EST OF ALL I Splendid Offers for 1872. THIS popular monthly Magazine gives more for the money than any lu t lie woild. It Is the best colored fashions, the host original stories, anil the best engravings of any lady's hook. Great ami costly Improvements will bemadein 1872, when it will contain ONE THOUSAND PAOKH1 viiithtkkn M'l.KN'nili STEEL PLATES? TWELVE Ciil.OKED BKH1.IN PATTERNS! TWELVE MAMMOTH COLI IKED FASHIONS? ONE THOUSAND WOOD CUTS) TWENTY-EOUB PAULS Of MUSIC! All mm will oe given mr oiny iwn.in.u.iij. n Jen, r a doll...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 January 1872

8 ljc m0, Nero Bloomficfo, JJa. Miscellaneous News Items. tW An Indiana woman committed But cido because lior husband, persisted in at tending a spclling-ichooL t"One of the famed Siamese twins, who has for some time beon in ill health, is reported to be rapidly approaching death. f3f"Mrs. Sturdovant, wife of the Super in tendon t of the Blind Asylum, at Nash' ville was burned to death on Sunday night by the explosion of a eoal oil lamp. dfAboyat Hudson, a man at New. burg and a man at Cornwall were drowned while skating on the Hudson river on Sun- day. v JSTAtNew York, James Carroll was murdored by James M'Cartney on the 20th ult., while the latter was quieting a row in his rum shop. tW Over the door of a cobbler's shop in Savannah, Ga, appears this legend : Boots and shoes is made here ladies and chen- tlomcns repared. Kum in hear." t3T William Wilson, of Howard county, Tnd., slaughtered a bog, which weighed, dressed, one thousand and ninety-two pounds three ounces, and wants to k...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

""???l??jrclr AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. foZllZ' "Vol. "VI. New Blooinflcld, Pa., Tuesday, January O, 1872. TVo. 3. 18 Ptmi.fSHRD EVKRY TUESDAY MOKNINO, BY FEANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloom field, Ferry Co., Fa. Being provided with Rteam Tower, nnd large Cylinder Hnd Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job Trliitlng lit good style and at Low Trices. " ' ADVERTISING It AXES I Trirutoit 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " twolnscrtlons 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cent) per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. TBAHLT ADVERTISEMENTS One Square, one year $12 00 Two Squares per year, , 20 00 For longer adver tisements u reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. Lost and Found ! A NEW YEAR'S STORY. CONCLUDED. T 11IERE was a groat gray stone, mansion, with an imposing front, located on aristocratic ground, delightfully dista...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

Stljc QTinttf, Netu Sloomficlir, Pa. -4- How the Match was Broken. ' "17UR o'clock, and no Ellon yett I What can detain her bo she that Is usually more punctual than the clock it self!" ' It was scarcely a room in which Laura Avery was sitting rathor a magnificent bay window, with draperies of embroid ered lace. . "Poor Ellou 1" she nun mu red, "how dif ferently our lots have been ordered in this world. Her parouts dead their wealth ir- retrievably lost and she too proud to ac ijept a cent which she has not laboriously earned. Oh ! dear," and Laura sighed again , just as the clock's liquid voico chimed the half hour. "Sho docscn't come," soliloquized tho puzzled little damsel.' "There's something tho matter. Perhaps she is sick; oh, yes, nho is sick I I'll send James to inquire no, 1 11 go myself." "I don't think it is going to snow," she pondered looking out at tho gray tlircaton- , ing sky, as sho drew on her perfectly fit ting kid gloves. "At any rate I shall walk ' vory fast." ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR lias been tested by the public ? ( V J ,, FOB TEN TBAB& ; Dr. Crook Wine of Tnr Renovates and Invigorates the entire system. : DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Is the very remedy fur the Weak uud Dcbllitutcd. ' DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR RupiJly restores exhausted Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR ; . ' Restores the Appetito and ; Strengthens the Stomach. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Causes the food to digest, removing 1 J "pops! a and Indlgendon DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Gives tone and energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. . All recovering from any Illness ; ' ' willtlud this the best Tonic they can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR , Is an effective Regulator of the Liver. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Cures Jaundice, or any Liver Complaint. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Makes Delicate Females, who are never feeling Well, Strong and Ueullhy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Hns restored many Persons who have been unable to work for years. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should bo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

4 lit times, New Blooinficlu, 3a, r i--iif, . . i . . , , .... . , .. . .' Icoinftclb . nnt3. NEW HLOOMF.KMi, I'ENN'A. 'taeylay, January Oy 1.S7 2. ! , 7'nR Wharton trial at Annapolis still ding nloiiR. Tlio court is still engaged in taking medical testimony, ,., . , . ; , The" Seiuito hot having organised the Governor's hieHsago'vias Bent to the Hon so on Wednesday last. ' Below wo givo a fcW abstracts from it. ' ' ' "The receipts of Uie Btato Treasury dur ing the year w.-ro fS, 500,888,44 Tlui disbursements; fori the-: A" j year were- ;,, ,. . t 7.084,?fc88 Lcavinij balance- in Treasury of ' ' tl.4711,808,59 The total public debt of the slate on Nov. 30th was $29,080,071,73, from which can be 'deducted assets on hand of f 10,870,808, 50 leaving the actual debt $18,103,203,14. The reduction of the debt during the year bus been about two and a quarter millions. The governor gives quite a space to the state war claims which wcro brought so consjfieuously before the public last sum ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

Stye imc0, Nctu .Blaomfttli ( J)q. TueBdapjahuhrtf t, 187'. -- LOCAL DEPARTMENT, ft. 0 B. 0 Sti. M. Tu. W.!Tti.' rr. I Sa. .,. ' 1 3 3 4, s; 6 7 8 0 10! 11 12 13 14 16 16 17 181 IS 20 21 22 23 2-1,25 20 27 28 29 30 31 ... To Subscribers.- Py hoi iciug the figures on tho direction labc liny '. subscriber can tell wben his subscription' Expires.' Those who wish to renew or subscribe, but do not like to send ynoneyj by ovail, cant pay it io either of the following who aroauthotized to receive' money on our account. Jan. I I)ivcn.i,dhiUsliirg: BamvMl Robert, Slier mansdale; 1(. M. Khv. Newport; W I. Klpp. Mil lerstownt Ueorge Crist, Green Park; Samuel Mhumskcr, Loysville: J. T. Robinson, Outer f A. 8. Whltekettle, Markelvllle; Win. Jackson, New Buffalo! W. K. SwarU, DUDcauiion: Abner J. Wilson. Juniata P. . Postmasters at the following places : Blain : San Uy II i II ; Liverpool ; Newtienniintown; Ickesburg; Kshool: Donunlly'sMlllst Grler' Point; Delvllle. John Dunbar, l'eriyvllle, Juni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

6" l)c! nici,' New loomficli flci." (pit loomfitlb ns- Tuesday, January 9, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Fe nr eommMnfcnMonsrom off mmionswftoar intertrted in matter properly belonging to tifs teiartment. , COMMUNICATED. Heayy Axes. . I know that lu some sections of the country moat persons think a heavy axe Is necessary if they wish to cut fast. I for merly thought so and propose to tell bowl was converted. One afternoon a tall thin Yankee came to me and asked for work, saying ho had been sick and rather dissipated, but had tmado up his mind to reform, and wanted to work where he could break away from old associations. I told him if be was in earnest, and was not afraid of work, I would give him a trial. "Can yeu ehop wood ?" I asked. " I could chop pretty well at one time, but suppose it will go hard with mo now, through I am willing to try" replied he. "All right," said I, "go to tho store and pick out au axe to suit you, and get ready for work to-morrow." . After awhile, he ret...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

Philadelphia Advertisements. cTi. kwicaiiT & niters. T I S H , Cheeso AND IJ'rovislons, 114 South Delaware Avenue, Below Chcstimt St., .PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agents for Collins, Ucddes & Co's Canned Fruits. tWltf i( A. B. Cunningham. J. H. Lewars. J. B.OIelm. Cunningham, Gleim & Co., Wholesale Dealers in Tobacco, Scgars, &c, NO. 4, NOHTH FIFTH BTKEET, rilH.AOICM'III A. 83310 Peterson's Magazine. CHEAPEST AND BEST OF ALL I Splendid Offers for 1872. THIS popular monthly Magazine gives more for the monev than any In the woud. It In the lcst rolored fashions, the nest original stories, and the hest engrnvlngsof any lady's hook, (ircat and costly Improvements will lie made 111 lK72,when II will contain ONE THOUSAND PAfiESt FOURTEEN SPLENDID STEEL PLATES? TWELVE COLORED BERLIN PATTERNS! TWEI.VK MAMMOTH COLORED FASHIONS? ON K THOUSAND WOOD CUTSI TWKNTV-FOl'K PACES OF MUSIC! All this will he (riven for only twodiAirs a year, or a dollar less than Magazines of the class tif ' Pet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 January 1872

I - 8 Stye mmto, 1 Ntii) Dloomficlli, f)a. tW West of tlie Mississippi river the United Btatos still own 073 472 833 acres, IW On Sunday afternoon tho 80th a riot occurred in Philadelphia. Several men were badly wounded, but none were killed, t3fThe residence of Mr. Joseph Ritncr, editor Oyf the Mechanicnburg Journal, was destroyed Djr tire on Thursday, of lBt week. tW Miss Amanda Miller, aged eighteen was probably fatally burned Inst week at Baltimore while attempting to fill a lighted coal oil lamp. t3T At Fairvicw Cumberland Co., 'on the 4th Inst., a little boy son of George Brown broke his arm and otherwise injured him self by a fall. I3T Several families in and about Clin. ton, fl., have been poisoned recently by eating buckwheat cakes. It is supposed that the seed of the jimsou weed had been mixed with tho buckwheat. I3f John Houck, charged with an at tempt to outrage an old lady, escaped re. ccntly from the Huntingdon jail. This is tho third time he lias escaped from tho sumo...

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