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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

Ijc Mimtsss. New; jSloptnfielb, J)cu fjJIoomfuttr fintt5. , Tuesday, March S, 1872. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. s M M h o H r MARCH. , I Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. ' ." ... ;.. ... 1 2 3 4 C C 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28,20 30, 3l I I E Registry of Sales. We call attention to the following sales, bills for which have been printed at this office. March 5th Mrs. N. E. Shaver, at her resi dence In Madison township, will sell Work Horses. Colts and other Stock, also a (front va riety of farming Implements and household furniture. March Oth Tlcnry Klcckner at his residence In Bavlllc twp., will sell Live Block, Farming Implements and household furniture. March 9th Jacob Rough of Junlnta twp., will sell Live Stock and a grcut variety of Farming Implements. March 14th John Kell from his residence In Kyc township, will sell Horses, Mules, and other stock, together with a variety of farming implements. March 14th Georfje Swcgcr, residing 1 mile north of Shcrmasdalc,...

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 March 1872

6 l)c 6Tinu0, New Sloomfalb, )a. Tuesday, March S, 1S72. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS IPe fniff communfcnffoiia frem aft rvrsotm'iinre interfiled in matters properly beloiuiing o litis 4eixirtnir.nL Sowing Oafs In February. A corespondent of the Country Gentleman Mays: Several years since I seeded o.itu on Ujo last anows in Fclntmiy. Tho result was, tlie crop ripened two weekB curlier than Hint seeded eiuly in ilie month of April, and a marked dillercnce of product in favor of February seeding was strikingly perceptible haying nothing of tho advan tage pained by getting the crop into market tn advance. Winter oat, sown early in tho month of October, will ripen upward of a month i lit' r than those, sown in April. I cannot peak practically, but I suppose oats, like wheat and rye, can, by rcpoutcd seeding in the autumn, become sufficiently hardy to resist the winter frosts, and tice rerta. I Tvas told, a chort time since, by an int.-lli-gent Irish farmer, that in Dublin county, Ireland, o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

Stfje Stimes, New Bloomftcto, liJnu- DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Has been tested by the publie FOB TEN YBAR& Dr. Crook' Wine of Tar Benorates and Invigorates tbg entire system. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAH 1 the Tcry remedy for the Weak and Uebilitated. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Rapidly reatores exhausted Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR lleHtorcB tho Appctito and Strengthens tho Stomach. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR uses the food todlgcst, removing WjNpcpsla and Indigestion DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Gives tono nnd energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. All recovering from any illness will tliul thia Ibe beet Tonic tbey 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 Hakes Delicate Females, who are never feeling wcu, strong ana tieauuy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has restored many Persons wno nave Dccn uuuble to work for years. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should be t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 March 1872

8 A STRANGE REALIZATION. A Tonus1 Lady's Dream. Tho Jamestown, N. Y., Journal sayH : Mr. Frank Cftnficld, who was killed on Fri day last, was betrothed to a young lady of tliiit town and was to havo boon married in about two months. On Friday, when tho train passed hero on ltn way West, the young lady saw him and had some convor Hation with him, and that evening was in unusually light spirits. Tho next morning sit tho breakfast tablo her appearance was no much the revcrso of tho evening pre vious that it attracted tho attention of her mother, who asked her the cause of her apparent trouble. Tho young lady there upon related to her mother that sho had dreamed that her lover had fallen under tho cars and had been bo seriously injured that be died in about two hours. She told tho circumstances sho had seen in her dream how bo bad fallen and tho car-wheels had terribly crushed and mangled bis left leg and his left arm, and that ho had lived two hours. Hor story was generally dis credite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

5l ft 1 A 10 X .Wt5 If rill M A AAA if'; ""Jclr" AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'a!XA"'' TTol. "VI . . Now Bloomiicld, 3?., TuoKduy, Tui-oli IS, 1872. IV. 11. IS rUUUSMED EVEHT TUKSllAI MOKSINU, UT ; FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomiicld, Terry Co., Ya. Jtelnff provided with Ptenm rower, anil large Cylinder mill .Puli-I'iesse. we are prepared to tn ml kind of .loh l'iliiUiiK lu , good Btyle mid at Low 1'ilees. ' ADVERTISING KATES J ' Trantimt 8 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 Kespect, &c., Ten cents per line. YEARt.T ADVKKTISEMENTB. Ten bines Nonpareil one year 1 10,00 Twenty lines " " " S 18.00 V 1'or limiter yearly adv'ts terms will be given puu application. A REMARKABLE IMP0STER, on The Deacon's Mistake. rilllE villago in uno of the Middle States JL in which iny boyhood and early youth wwe passed was and is a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

2 Qtlje imcs, Htm Blaomftcl&, )cu A Fortunate Blunder. 46 "tTHAT'S that you y Ilayden? TT Tlio Bolton Bank broke? It can't be possible 1" And Frederick Wells, who had been ro clining in ono chair, with his feet renting on tlio back of another, tlio very picture of in dolent enjoyment, sprang to his feet, tip ping over his chair, and sending the cignr he was smoking to the further end of the room. " Yes it in; it is here in the paper, as you can seo for yourself. But what is it to you? Did you havo anything invested there ?" "No; but Miss Ncal had which amounts to about the samo thing." An air of intense chagrin overspread his handsome, though rather effeminato fea tures, as he read the paragraph to which his companion pointed. "Confound it," he muttered, "it's al ways my luck to have my dish tipped just when it's full ! Though I must say, if it's got to conio, that I'm glad it happened the month before our marriage." Charles Haydcn, a young man whose features, though less regula...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

3 8. M. SiniuiB k.S. SHULER & SON, LIVERPOOL, ! J:. .: f ; ; Terry County, r., , ' 1 TJealeni In all kindn of '-I Q Hardware, Groceries, &c. ' An good In our line sold at the lowest prices. Ite im a trial. 6 44 Ut. JN8VKK IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF " NEW YORK. F. 8. Winston, President. The oldest and strongest Company In the United atcs. Assets over H5,O00,00o in cash. . 8.M. BllULKR. Agent. Liverpool, l'a. M4 13t. A. Now Leather, Harness and Oil'Store At Ditncatucvn, 1'enn'a, rTnilK subscriber lias Just opened In Duncanunn JL I'erry county, l'a.. opposite the Nallona Uutel, a large aim splendid assortment of LEATHER. BADM.KRY, OILS, TRUNKS, , HIIOE-PIKMNGH.&C. He Is prepared to Itll orders at the shortest notice Slid In the best manner. A mnnlicr of the best win It nu n are employed, and repairing Is done witliniii ih'lay mill on the most rca-tunalne terms. lilJ'INEI) illllre test by the barrel, or In lariMT loll. I.I IliflCATlNti ami other OILS of the best...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

4 NEW BLOOM FIELD, I'KNN'A. Tuesday, March 12 , 1872. "-tSj, ' " '''WWWl'i-!-' ..i. in'.., ' WILL roil RKAD THIS I We Intend to utop every subscriber's paper when the subscription expires, for If not noti fied lo the contrary, we tnke It tor granted that he wishes It discontinued. With the large umber or papers mntled from this olllce, mistakes will tomctlmea occur, and a paper be continued beyond the time for which payment is made, and In that case, It will bo sent until II arrears are paid. The date on the direction label tells every subscriber when his subscript lion runs out. To-pat is election day In New Hamp shire. Both parties claim to be certain of success, but no doubt one of them will bo mistaken. On Wednesday last the Japanese Em bossy were received into the House of Representatives, at Washington. The House was crowded. They were welcom ed in a speech by Speaker Blain, and a re sponse whs nindc by one of tho Japanese, which was read iu English by Gen. Hanks. Tim American...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

5 Tuetday, March 12, IS 72., , LOCAL DEPARTMENT. s M H H 0 0 I s Registry or Sales. We call attention to the following talcs, bills fr which have been printed at this office. March 14th John Kell from his residence In Rye township, ill sell Horses, Mules, and ther stock, together with A variety of farming implements. Mnreh 14th George Bwcgcr, residing 1 mile north of Shcrmnsilale, will sell livestock and and farming Implements. A credit of twelve mouths will be given. March 10th Samuel Recm In Whentlleld township I mile from the Junction, will sell horses, colts, hogs, cows and jouug cattlo. Nolle. Subset ibers visit to change their post office address will please mention the name of tho office to which the paper hat been tent, as well ns to the office to which it is to be sent in future. Attention to this request will insuro the desired change. ""-Court. Tito bell was rang for Court on Monday morning with the expectation of having some Orphans' Court proceedings to attend to. Judge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

6 l)t imcsf i Nctu. Bloqnificjir, )a. Tuetday, March 12, 1872. mil AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We tnrite communicfit Ion from nil permnswhonre tnterenteil in matters properly belonging to this teparlment. To Wean a Colt. It is not ncccsary nor even desirable that in weaning, tlio colt (should bo removed from the mare. It is a good plan to have 4 closed stall or Tiox for her colt next to each maro's stall. She can then commu nicate in her own way with hor colt, and will not bo no uneasy as bIio would bo were It removed out of sight, nor will tlio colt duller in any way. Care roust bo taken to give the colt water four tiiiios a day, and feed with the best of tlio early-cut hay, and gradually a few oats, a handful at a feed at first, until a pint twice a day is fed. Colts must bo kept thriving if a good liorso is wanted. The curry-comb must be used, but gently; the young animal bo caressed mid taught not to fear but to love its ownor; to become used to the various movmcnts made around tlio sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

STljc tmc0, New Blaomftclir, 3d DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Has bees tested by the publlg 1 FOR TEN YEARS. Dr. Crook's Wine of Tnr Renovates and Invigorates the entire system. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is Hie very remedy for the Weak and Debilitated. bit ChOOK'S WINE Of TAR Rapidly restores cxhnustcd Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Restores tho Appetito and Strengthens the Stomach. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Causes the food to digest, removing lyNieiia unl Iiidlge.Htloii DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Gives tone nnd energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. All recovering from any Illness will Hud this the best Tonio they can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is nn effective Kcgulutor of the Liver. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Cures Jaundice, or any Liver Complaint. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Mukes Dellcuto Females, who are never feeling Well, btroug uud Ueullhy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has restored tunny Persons who liuve been unable to work for years. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Sliimkl bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 March 1872

8 Foreign Items. Kiel, March 7. Shocks of earthquakes were felt hero mid throughout Central Germany at intervals during the night. . Tho operatives in tho silk factories of Lock, in Staffordshire, to the number of 8,800, havo been "locked out" for re fusing to accent tho terms offered them by tho masters. This throws a third of tho town's population out. of work. Tho celebrated Tichborno case which has occupied several months of tho court, lias at last been brought to an end. Tho plain tiff's lawyer submitted to a non suit, and tho claimant was arrested for conspiracy to defraud tho rightful heirs. Queen Victoria is to visit Germany for a week, ftho has presented her groom, John IJcnn, with a gold medal, and has granted him un annuity of 2.1, in recognition of his promptness in arresting O'Connor, when he asaultcd her Majesty. Tho as sault proves to havo been made with a pistol which was not loaded, and was also o badly broken that it could not have been used, even if it had havo be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

4 TERMS tlfttl.r Per Yenr, I IN AD I'ANCi:. , AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 7S Cents for 6 Months; 40 Cts.for 3 months. Vol. VI. IVcav Uloomnelcl, I'xi., Tuesday, Triivoli If), TVo. IS. mb Iff 1 1 1p J If 1 1 Bfejl II S IS PUBLISH BD KTEKT TLF8DAT MOBNINO, BT ' FRANK MORTIMER & CO., It New Itloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Tower, and large Cylinder hiiU Job-Tresses, we are prepared to do ail kind!) of Jobl'ilntlng In good style and at Low Trices. ' . ' ADVERTISING RATES! TramitiU 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. . , . 13 " " . two insertions . 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents fQT line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, fcc, Ten cents per line. VEARI.Y ADVEHTISfiMENTS. 1 ' Tn I.lnc Nonpareil one year SlO.nn Twenty lines " " " $18.00 For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given pun application. A Lawyer Cheated, Oil Mr. Fiel's Delicate Case. "VirrHEN MR3, F!EL was a lrido, all T the spect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

to rot urn to Japan, so that there are diffi culties in tlio way of a personal interview." .' Really, Mr. Mr. Ficl," said the widow, glancing at tlio card which had been given her, " I hardly know what to make of all this. I waa certainly aware that Mr. Lob year had a father very much devoted to natural history, who, if alive, was suppos ed to be some whore in Japan; but that lie takes any notioe of his son's affairs, or pro fesses to cxcrciso any authority over him, is quito a new idea to me." . ' "To me also, madam; Hnd I believe it to be a very unusual proceeding on his part. Rut marringo is an unexceptionably im portant thing, and ns his son is under ago " "Under age 1 Thomas under age I im possible 1" cried the widow. " It is a fact, madame; but were it other wise, it would be of no Importance, since Mr. Lobyear is entirely dependent on his father, who is determined to discontinue his allowance, and cut him out of his will, if ho marries without his consent and ap proval." Mrs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

ljc ntcs, New Bloomfitl&v JIo; 3 Bloomfield Academy! An English and Classical School FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College.'. A Normal Shmil anil a Shml of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the Ctu of November, 1871. 48 the above school ha recently been re-organ-. Ized. students can enter anv time, mf. WM. H. DILL, a graduate ot Kutgor's Col fcge, N. J.. Principal. Miss ANNA E. AUGSPUKOEll, a graduate ol Bst'mr Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher of Mu to. Piloting. Drawing, French and Gorman. Ever' facility for the training of the youth tit both sexi s 1 1 all that constitutes a liberal and thorough, ducutl n. The Collegiate Department rnbraces all the higher branches. Including the atln and tireek Languages, engineering, Practl h) Hurveying, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced nlat hematics. Vacations: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Boarding, Furnished Room, Wash- tig. Tuition In Latin, Ureek, Kuglish lirniieliesand lalhcmatics,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

4 ljc dtmt0,' New jBloomficfo JJcu NEW BLOOHFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, March 19, 1872. WI1I TOU HEAD THI9 ! We Intend to stop every subscriber's paper when the subscription expires, for If not noti fied to the contrary, we take It for granted that be withe It discontinued. With the lnrge umber of papers mailed from this office, mistakes will sometimes occur, and a paper be continued beyond the time for which payment Is made, and In that ense, it will be sent until all arrears are paid. The date on the direction label tells every subscriber when bit subscrip tion runs out. The House last week adopted the report of the committee declaring the Hon. B. F. Meyers entitled to his seat from the Six teenth Congressional district of this State. Tint Election in New Hampshire re sulted in the election of Mr. Straw the Re publican candidate for Governor by about 1200 majority. The legislature is also largely Republican, which is considered of considerable importance from the fact that they electa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

ljc imc0, New Btoomficlir, pa. Tnemlny, March 19, 1872. L.OCAL DEPARTMENT. - ' MARCH. i Sir Mo. Til We. Th. Fr. Ss. ... ;. ... .:. ..; f 2 8 4 C 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 t3F" The name of the Prophet at Bherman dale, several of our subscribers say It Roos tbb." We think they are right. Ftf The answer to the rer cent, problem ti follow I Bmlth lost $12.50 Brown camo out square i Jones made 915 and the last purchaser paid f G7..".0 for the luucl. IJf Enigmas, Problem! and Riddles to be accepted, must be accompanied by theanswers. Those who have sent contributions of tills kind without answer, will uuderstuad why they are not published. Notice. Subscribers wish to change their post olBoo address will ploase mention the nam of the ofllce to which the paper hat teen tent, as well an to the office to which it is to be sent iu future. Attention to this request will insure the desired change. Sunday School Scrrlce. A. special Sab bath School S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

6 iStlje Gtimcs, New Bloomftdii, JJci. jjloomficlb p&tmts. r i3 tr Tuesday, March 19, 1ST2. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We InrttecommuniatflomfromnU nertnniittihoare intertilled in nuiltert properly belonging to Ihie mcparimem. FENCES. A careful estimnto shows Unit in tho Bt.'ito of PmitiRylvauia alono over ono and half-million dollars nre invested in fences to keep out stock. It is time better and more severe laws were passed to keep stock Off tho highway pasture, which would re duce tho cost of fences. Many improve ments havo been made and much economy effected in tho matter of fences. Cheaper material has been found, and movable fences for tho necessary division of fields aro common. In addition to this, Instead of laws passed by tho Legislature prescribing tho height of a fence to turn outside cattle, we have now statutes which protect tho farmors' premises in certain localities from the invasion in abseueo of all fencing. Fences cost enough in cities, but that bears a stuall p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

h,e imci, Kcvo Bloum. ,: j, 13a. 7- DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Eh been touted by the pablle FOK TEN YEARS. Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar Renovates and , Invigorates the entire system. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is the very remedy for the Weak M4 debilitated., DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Rapidly restores exhausted Strength I DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Restores the Appetite and Strengthens the Stomach. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Ausee the food todlgest, removing Dyspepsia and Iudlgcsfion DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Gives tone and energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. All recovering from any Illness will tlnd this the best Tonio they can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is an effective Regulator of the Liver. Da CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Cores Jaundice, r any Liver Complaint. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Hakes Delicate Females, who are never feeling Well, Strong and Healthy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has restored many Persons who have been unable to work for years. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should be tako...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 19 March 1872

8 Stljc mcfl, New Bloomfkll), JJa. Foreign Itomg. A Terrible Earthquake. , On Jiinuury 10th an earthquake destroy ed the city of Schomachn, In Russia. Ac cording to the official report 118 persons were killed and forty-four woundod, but all tlie inhabitants wore left without shelter. Schcmacha is or rather was, a city of 25,000 inhabitants, and lies on the road between Tillis and B.iku, at tho foot of the Caucasian mountains about Bovonty-flve miles distant from tho latter city. Sclio macha is 2,310 feet abovo the Caspian and 2,000 above the Black sea, ami was former ly the aeat of government of tho provinco, which, however, on account of tho frequent earthquakes in tho region, was transferred, about ten yenrs ago, to Baku, on tho Cas piau sea. The inhabitants of Schcmacha are nearly all Armcanians. t3f A special dispatch from Paris to tho standard says a number of prominent Rus hians aro now in that city negotiating with , Polish refugees there for their return to their native coun...

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