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

0 Tf'?-' -: t-j w " tTueslayt-AprU ft; i&7: W L O C A ' I) til' A 11 T M 13 if'X1. 3' Br : ;u.' Me. Th.-.W; Th. Ft. 8fc X';i . 2 3'" 4 6 6 71-8 ' lot 11. 12 13 14 IS 10 17113 19 20. 21 22 23 2426 20 27 28 20 80 . ( .. ! tkl 4 t Badly Directed. A Canada letter mail ed from IIarrlnton, Ontario, ia in this post ofllce directed to " Stephen Williams, Porry county, Pa." Mr. A. Seliujf who is woll-kiiown to many of tho citizens of this county is ngont for the celebrated "French Parlor Load," and other Faiuta manufactured by E. Ed. Ilccht, of Enston. All dealers in paint should send for their price list. His address is Easton, Pa. -. Proposals will bo received by the Trus tees of the Presbyterian church in Bloom field for tho finishing of the carpenter work in said church, until SATURDAY, the 13th inst. Specifications of said work to bo seen nt tho office of W. A. Sponslor, Esq. By order of tho Trustees. B. F. JUNKLN, Sec'y A New Enterprise. Wolf & IIknch, Wholesale dealers in Noti...

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. — 9 April 1872

6 Stlje intes, Nctu Dloomftcl )a. Tueaday, April 9, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS m Invite commvnicntlontfrom nil nertmnwho are interested in matters' properly belonging to this department. MEN OX FIRE. "A man on Are," would be a tcmflc cry; 'Men are burning," is hardly a lom start, ling statement. Somthing like this Is often aid in a figurative sense, as when we speak of a man being burnt up with rum ; or, on Are with seal; but to say that men are really and literally burning all the time, as wood burns, seems at first enough to startle everybody. Yet this is not far from the exact truth. Ordinary burning, is simply the rapid union of oxygen with somo other substance, usually carbon. It is a process; a phenomenon nothing else. The same process only slower, is going on with our bodies all the time. The chemical ele ment uniting are tho same; the pro ducts are the same; the effects are nearly the same. Heat is produced less violent it is true the ruddy glow answering to the slow fla...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 9 April 1872

.7 Philadelphia Advertisements. WM, H. KENNEDY, '. WITIt ' ' " . W. Hickman.' Geo. Wain. A. L. Whlteman. Hickman, Wain & Whitcman, DKALE1IS IN Tobacco, Scgars, &c, No. 222 MARKET 8TREET, PHILADELPHIA, l'A. W A full Stock of the Celebrated Monitor Na m, always on hand. 4 32 tl 10 BAllCROFT & COT, lu.portaa anil Jobbers Of Staple and Fancy DRY - GOODS, Cloths, Cassi meres, Blankets, Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c, Nos. 405 and 407 M AliKET STIiEUT, (Above Fourth, North Side,) Philadelphia. WRIGHT & SIDDALL, Wholesale Druggi sts, AND DEALERS IN Patent Medicines, 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT Philadelphia, Pa. A FULL STOCK of everthing connected with the business, of the best quality, and at very low prices. A good location for business, with a ow rent and light expenses, enables us to otter in ducement to buyers, and makes it worth their while to give us a trial. Philadelphia, 3. fltf. I CillATIlII.r. fc CO., Wholesale Dealers In Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades, Broom...

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

8 it imcs, Ntvo ,BtoomftcU, Ma. Foreign Items. . tlT" A pollco official at Constantinople was lingcl because he could not Recount for tlio money taken in. . 1ST" Russia ia about to re-open Schauta- struct docks for repairing vossoIkJ of war and to protect Iho neighboring bays and inlets for fortification. Bo much for the lives and monoy expended in the Crimean war. Loudon, April 2, While the races at Lurgan, Ireland, were In progress, the stand crowded with spectators gave way, and about 200 persons were precipitated to the ground amid tho confused mass of broken timbers. Thirty persons were In jured somo of whom cannot rocover. Madrid, April 1st. A band of robbers last week removed rails on tho Madrid and Andalusia Railway, botwocn Valddepenas and Mauzanares, and stopped the mail train. They then mado an attack ou the ' train, which was resisted by tho guard. Shots were exchanged, and one of the guards, an olUcor, and a passenger were wounded. Tho bandits tlnally gained "pos sesion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

Si Ij . m Hi If asp i si b i ii y wrfi rTTr': . an independent family newspaper. i"i'ri;'3ir.'' Vol. VI. IVoy Jiloomfioltl, !,., Tii,oHIn,y, -A.pril 1G, IVo. 10. 6? IS PUBLIS1IKD EVERT TUE8DAT MOHNINU, I1T FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New IHoomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Rtoam Power, and large Cylinder and Job -Presses, we are prepared to do all kind of .Job-l'rlntliiK in good style and at Low Trices. ADVKItTlSINa KATES I TrantUnt 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " two Insertions 15 " " "three Insertions. Baslness Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Keepect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year lin.no Twenty lines " " " $1.00 For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. The Deserted AVifc. 66 OW LUCY let me entreat you ngain, to abandon the (ilea of at tending this ball to-night." ' Why Robert, you must bo crazy. Not attend the ball 1 I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

ljc'ime0, TSim Bloomficto, Ja. 2 THE THREE MASKED MEN. XTONDER'8 the village, Barin," naysmy 1 tl river, pointing to a lew spots of light that twinkled along the darkening skv-lino; and we'll ha there in another quarter of an hour, if it pleaso heaven. Lucky for us that it's not winter time, or wo'd have the 'gray coats' (wolves) at our heels before wo got in. " Aro thcro many of them' about hero in winter?" asked I. "Many of them? A g'eat deal too many. Why, it was only last winter," he goes on, with a genuinely Russian love of frighteuini: himself and other pooplo, la "that a sledge came into thovillago, which had been attacked by wolves close to where we aro now, on a dark windy evening just like this one: and they gobbled up tho driver and horses, and everything but tho sledge itself and that was a good deal scratched." " Rut if they ato up the horses, how did the sledge get to the village ?" "Ah, Rarin !" answers tho old rogue with a chuckle," "that's not my affair." Our day's ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

ije Gfimcs; 1 New) Bloomftclb, )d. B. M. Hhui.fr, S.' SHULER & SON, MVERPOoi,' : ! T'j '.1 r ' ' Terry County, Va., .....' i .,!',' ! .. ! . ; ! Dealers In all kinds of Hardware, Groceries, &c. All Rood In our line sold at the lowest priors. Ive us atrial. 6 41 lit. JN9UKE IN TDK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. , F. 8. Winston, President. The oldest and strongest Company In the United mates. Assets over J-15,000,000 In cash. a M. SHULER, A Rent. Liverpool, l'a. 5 44131. A. Now Leather, Harness and Oil Store ' At Vuncannon, 1'cnn'a. THE subscriber lias Just opened In Duncannon l'erry county, l'a., opposite the Mationa Hotel, a large and splendid assortment of l.IIATHUR. SADDLERY, . OILH. ' TRUNKS, HllOK-FlNDIN(iS,&C. He Is prepared to till orders at the shortest notice and In the best manner. A nuinlii'r of the best workmen are employed, and repairing Is done without delay and on the most reasonable terms. KliFINED OIL lire test by the barrel, or In larger hits...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, April 10, 1879. Ouast declares that he will never lift a linger to secure his rcnomlnation. Possibly be won't, but he lifts every office-holder who doesn't labor to secure it for him; and, adds the Louisville Jturnal "here is the strongest argument in favor of the one k term principle." Thk Governor has not yet signed tho ap portionment hill which we print in anoth er column, and says if he does sign it, he will not do so until after the next annual election. In that case the districts will be the same as they were, and the two extra members of Congress which the state is en titled to under the recent act of Congress, will be elected from the state at large. Affairs in Mexico are in a terriblo con dition. A recent, letter from tho border says: The revolutionists are straining every nerve to raiso money, without which their cause will soon bo lost. They are levying contributions every where, and compelling foreigners and native alike to pay. Tho Ameri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

I)c imc5, New Bloomfielit, Tuesday, April Hi, 1872. LOCAL DKrAJlTMENT. . 0 1 0 APRIL. 8 M. Ty. WJ Th. fr. St. ... 1 23 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17; 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 26 26 27 28 29 30 ... The Contract fbr finishing the r-resbytc-rlan Church has been given to Mr. Wm. Burn, who is to push it forward as rapidly as possible. Ont Again. We are glad to see that Mr. Edward Mickey who was so badly injured by the cars at Bud a, 111., is ablo to bo around again, though minus one foot. y' ifut TypeSettIng. 8omo of our ex changes have been bragging about the fast work done by their handH. Thos. Sutcli, jun., an apprentice in this office, set the en tire first pago of this week's paper, and made up the form on Friday last, between the hours of 7 a. m., and 0 p. m. Tlio proof was good too, there being but twenty errors on the wholo pago. When any boy lieats this, he s.iys he will try again. County Superintendent. On the first Tuesday of May, a convention of School Directors will bo hel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

6 jSimes, New BloomftchX 3a. c juioomnciD vpmcs. Tuesday, April Id, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 1NDICO. The indigo of coinmorco is prepared from the leaves of numerous plants of tlio sumo gonloun, which grow HponttineoiiKly in Ama, Africa, nrnl America. The plant from which the best indigo in produced is cul tivated in the East and West Indies, and usually attains a height varying from four to six feet. Tho seeds art sown annually In the early Spring months, and require a fine loamy soil for successful cultivation, and after the lapse of a brief period, 1,10 B,w' face of tho ground is completely overspread with the luxuriant growth. Tho coloring principle In tho indigo is extracted by a process of fermentation and 'oxidation. The plants are gathered beforo they havo attained mature growth, and invariably in the early morning hours. They are then deposited 1n largo reservoirs, into which water is introduced in qnntity sufficient to Mibmerge tho plants, heavy weights being placed o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

l)c hues, New Bloomftclir, )a; Philadelphia Advertisements. WM. H. KENNEDY, WITH . W. Hickman. Ceo. Wain. A. J.. Whltenia Hickman, Wain & Wliitcnian, DRil.KRS IN Tobacco Segars, &c, No. 222 MARKET STREET, , PHILADELPHIA, PA. -A full Stock or Hie Celebrated Monitor Na vy, uIwuys on liuiitl. 4 32 II 10 BARCROFT & C07, Iii.uorteis auJ Jobbers Of Staple and Fancy DllY - GOODS, Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Blankets, Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c, Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET, (Above Fourth, North Side,) Philadelphia. 1 WRIGHT & SIDDALL, -Wholesale Druggi sta, AND DEALERS IN Patent Medicines, 119 MARKET STRBET, NEAR FRONT Philadelphia, Pa. AFriX STOCK of everthing connected with the business, of the best quality, mill ut very low prices. A good location for business, with a ovr rent and light expenses, cnablesus to oiler In ducements to buyers, and makes It worth their while to give us a trial. Philadelphia, 3. 8tr. UEMYESIM.. V '., Wholesale Dealers In Carpets, Oil Cloths...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 April 1872

8 lje Stints, Kcm JSloomficlii, fJa. Foreign Items. , Queen Victoria to Abdicate. It is reported in well informed official circles that at tho interview at ttadon ISadon, last week, between Quoon Victoria and tlie Princo Imperial of Russia, tho question of the expediency of Hor Majes ty's abdicating in favor of the Prince of Wales was dicussed. The ultimate result of tho interview caunot bo learned, but it is believed that iter Majosty, who it is af ilrmed has for several years past seriously considered tho question of abdication, had decided to tako counsel of hor Royal rel atives in Prussia before taking any de cisive action in a matter of such grave importance. Antioch Destroyed by an Eurtliqtiukc. Despatches received contain information of a terrible earthquake in Syria on tho the 8d inst., by which tho ancient city of iiuuwii nils ucen almost entirely destroy ou. Tho calamity has been attended with fear full loss of human life; upwards of fifteen hundred of tho unfortunate inha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

-I Hp I Mh 'iff IJ1 ! AX a 'lrr'! . AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY . NEWSPAPER. 'tt&JSS?-, Vol. "VI. NeV Bloomtteld, Pa., Tuesday, April 23, 1872. , , . :." 1 IVo. 17. IS PUBI.I8UKD BVRBT TUESOAT MORNMO, BT , FEAITE MOETIMEB & CO., At New liloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Rteam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Pieases, we are prepared to do all kinds ot Job-l'rlutlng In . , , good style and at Low Trice. , V. ".i ADVERTISING HATE8 ' TrtiuimtS CenU per Una 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 or Respeot, &c, Ten cents per line. ' '' " ' YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. ' ' ' Tun Lines Nonpareil one year $10.00 twenty lines 1 18.00 W For longer yearly adv'ta terms will be given apou application. , . , On the Approach of Spring. . BY A LAW STUDBKT. , . Whereas on certain boughs and sprays, Now divers birds are heard to sing, And Sundry flo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

6tlj tmc0, New Bloomfielif JjJcu The Lost Will; A Htorj or Old Tirglnln. I REMEMBER an cxld story about a will, which, I believe I have never told before. It in not long though it covers a good many years. - Oho winter evening 1 was entertaining a few friends at dinner. Somo Parisian no toriety was among' them, and my house keeper, intent on upholding the evurint of Virginia agniiwt ail France, ojutdid herself. The truuits-Kiinct) was as tleiicnte as Fouil let'a own, the l'eiigord pardon me but I am fond of good eating. What wise man since Solomon is not? Just as tho Clicquot was beginning to lire the eyes and mellow the laughs about the table, Pine, who had been playing major-domo in the servant's hall, came be hind my chair and slipped a note under my plate. "Pierse's Jake fetched it. From his young mistress." I saw Hob Johns, who was sitting a lit tle way down tho tablo, prick up his ears at this. - The clatter of voices and glasses was loud enough for Pine to continue his whispe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

I)c imc0, New Bloomfiel JJa. Incorporated by the Court o Cbrnmnn i'Iea, 1SC9; ay the Isgtalatwre, in lHTlt . The leiiufylvaiila '. Central.' Insurance Company, OF POTTS VI LLE, PA. Capital nnd Assets, $15G,000. Premlnra Note, 1100,000 00 Promissory Notes 50,000 00 Cash premiums due or col lected for tli year 1871, T3,028 00 Cash premiums due or col lected for tlie Brst three months of lSTC, 1,800 00 Cash from other sources and agents, 1,200 00 Judgment Monds In Com pany's office 1,100 00 . Total Cash,... 10,128 00 - Total cash and note assets, April 1st, 1878, 150,128 00 JAMES H. GHIER, JOHN D. HADE8TT, . becretary. President. DIRECTORS: John D. Hadctty, A. P. Helms, Benjamin Tetcr, A. Siitermelntcr, James H. Orlcr, E. F. Jungkurt, Ellas Miller. , AGENTS! H. H. 11111, Edward Fox, John A. Knble, Ed ward Wesley, Charles F. Dcibcrt, Wm. R. GriflUh. E. F. Juiifrkurt, General A (rent. Arrangements have been made with other first-class companses to re-lnsnre risks taken on the ensh plan i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

4 I)c intc0, New Blocmtftcfo, pa. lit Ioomfitlb fimfs. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, April 23, 1872. Hon. R. J. Haldebman, will please ac cept our thanks for public documents. TnK House committee on Public Build ings have agreed by a vote of seven to one to report a bill appropriating one and one half millions of dollars for the erection of a new postoflioe building in Philadelphia. An earthquake occurred on the 15th Inst., which was folt in portions of the South. It looted about half a minute, cracking plastering and breaking windows. It pass ed over Mississipi from North east to South west. At the ruins of the Malt House in the Chicago burned district, the workmen came upon some smouldering material which burst into flames on coming in con tact with the air. Such occurrences are frequent, showing the existence of fire among the ruins for over six months. At Toronto thirteen printers, belonging to the Typographical Union, have been ar rested for conspiring together to induce and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

foe fJlWmfulfo fetus. LOCAL UK PA It T M EN , APRIL I Su. Mo. Tu. Wt. Th. Fr. Sa. ... 1 2 ! 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 r H 0 3 e would call the attention of our Lady Header to the advertisement of the Novel ty Wringer in another column. It has the great improvement, Cog Wheels on Both Ends of the Rollers. Every Housewife nliould have one. Wanted Information regarding events . that transpired in any part of tho county. Persons sending letters containing items of interest will find their favors duly appre ciated. If our friends don't wish to take the time to put their information in shape for publication, the facts will be just as ac ceptable The Carlisle Shoe Company, are putting out a class of work which pleases every one who has tried it. One of the best evidences of this, is, the rapid increase of their busi ness. Every merchant who has kept their goods, finds his shoo trade in a most en couraging condition. Thoir shoes have been int...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

6 lic Sinus, New . Bloomftdi), )a. vjht Kbomfidb Shirts. Tuesday, April 23, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS inttimited in molten properly belonging to thit aciwrimr.m. Selecting Calves fur Milkers. A writer in one of our exchanges gays: " The points thnt indicate a good cow are doscernablo in the calf, and why not? This maystangor some of the dairymen, but that is just what we wish to do. This wholesale slaughtering of calves in the spring Is wrong. A calf will show a good milk mirror as well as a cow, a healthy, thrifty looking strong loin as woll as a cow. And these points make up the cow every time. Let the breed be what it may Hub is our experience in the matter. A calf that is worth ten or fifteen dollars should not lie killed for its mere hide for the lack of judgment in selecting." A Cure for Hog Colcra. Ono tcaspoonful of Venetian red, in a little . sweet milk, and about the same HUiout of alum mixed in ship stuff or meal, so as to get them to eat the alum, about once a day f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

!jc tiW0;' ! 3fcu) s SSfoomfieitr; pal Philadelphia Advertisements. . u-. .'jr -Li- i- i- - -i 1- -i -ii i r r i- n.-in. J, f ...... i..- ' WM. H. KENNEDY, WITH . W. Hickman. Geo. Wain. A. L. Whlteman. - Hickman, Wain & Whlteman, DBALBRS I II , Tobacco, - Segars, &c, . No. 222 MARKET STREET, , ,. PHILADELPHIA, PA. -A full stock of the Celebrated Moirrrom NA TO, always on band. 4 32 tf 10 BARCKOFT & CO., ' luipurUn and Jobbers Of Staple and Fancy DllY - GOODS, Cloths, Cassimeres, Blankets, . Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, Ac, Woe. 406 and 407 MARKET STREET, (Abovo Fourth, North Side,) Philadelphia. WRIGHT & SIDDALL, Wholesale Druggi sts, AND DKALBBS IN Patent Medicines, H MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT , Philadelphia, Pa. A FULL STOCK of everthlng connected with the business, of the best quality, and at very low prices. A good location for business, with a w rent and light expenses, enables us to offer In ducements to buyers, and makes It worth their while to give us a tria...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 April 1872

lje imco, 3?cio; IJloomfitlb, pa. 8 Foreign Items. tWA. traveler nays that women are still soon yoked to the plough In districts of France and Qcrmany. t5y Artificial milk is manufacture?! in Kranco quite extensively, from a prepara tion of prepared bones. t3& The passport system has been abol ished in France, and persons can now travel in that country with as little molosta tion as they can in tho United States. HT" A Yankee boy has made the fortune of a Berlin confectioner. Being at school in that city, and having an especial tooth for molasses candy, he let the baker into the secret of making it. Until then it was nn' unknown confection in Germany. ( tW A shoemaker named Nichols, who resided with his family at Maida Hill, a a suburb of London, murdered all his chil dren, four in number, and thon committed suicide. It is not known what prompted the man to commit this terrible act though it is belioved he was insane. t5ff Reports Bro current that troublos have grown out of rece...

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