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Bloomfield New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - January 16, 1877, Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaVol. Bloomfield r.a., tuesday january 1 5, 1877. No. 3.the times. An i mull or newspaper tel Plum mid strut thu Dat tit r. Mortim Eli is co. Subscription Price. Within the a a it Quot a a a is month. 7s cat of Trio county. In Luilly Poshuk. 1 a a a Quot a 1 month to 8 a invariably in Advance i a advert Wing rate upon applies woman s secret. A Story or the revolution. Continue. It was All Over. The pm a milk it a Tep my taken. The Rubicon of life was poised. The hour Tomt was just exp Reil would tinge with ii Hue every Rutan it moment of Hin life. He Felt Tomt it thu no Light tiling Tomt he Hud just done mid though lie was conscious of a deep Imp Pliess it was no Esterous Joy and it Wim not Only with Ohhi hut with salts fun Etiopi rest mined within the limit of his own a to until the a she time of disclosure. It was a pleasure to feel Tomt he had a secret Hoard of Hap Plues known Only to himself which he might count Over with n miser s Joy. Hut none of a miser a guilt or Folly. One thing however was remarkable. The idea of the orderly Book or of the gho to Luid never once crossed tils mind after he had found himself hurried on to the catastrophe of the interview. He was sorry that he Hail not made i Telen the confidante of his trouble mid resolved to re a nor the omission at the unit of for tue Ltd. Coll Denic should not be kept Imek Glrst on ids Side. He rather rejoiced that lie had a misfortune which a he might share with him. I cramps his philosophy would not in pc stood him in Sueh Good Stead Hail ids misfortune Lien a Little greater than it was. Hut every thing helps to feed a healthy love. It in your feeble rickety Brner Tomt expire of the first unsavoury Mesa of earthly Pottage. The Niess dinner was Over. There had been some quizzing on the subject of miss can Limont and of the ghost but it was nil evidently at random and they had no idea How very near the wind they were going on either track. Ingram and his friends kept their own counsel and after dinner met by appointment at i r. Hole Omlie a i quarters to finish the plan of Ali eur Campaign against the Midnight forager of orderly books. they Lead agreed us it a selected a number of picked men on whose secrecy mid Fidelity they could rely win were to keep watch and Ward duly relieved by night and Day without making any noise about it. To that if the ghost should return clothed in his a a vesture of decay a to the scene or his former operations lie would be pretty sure to be Laid by the Heel. The Oill cers themselves also agreed to mount guard by turn in the Captain a chamber to that it should never be without a sleepless Eye on the look out. Arrangements were made that the sentinels and their officers should rendezvous quietly in the neighbourhood at a Small inn As if by Accident and the men lie shown their let of to of observation without any Bustle to attract notice. John and orderly Williams being left in Garrison of the Launt de building until it was properly in vested. Everything happened at the time and in the order that it should mid the arrange cuu were carried into of Lect with military precision. One Man walked up and Down the Street with injunctions never to lose sight of the front of the House. The three other sides were in charge of three Oiler trusty men so placed that no approach could be Mude to the Bouse on either Side without instant detection. A guard was also placed on each floor of the House on the la Side although it Lead been most thoroughly seach cd. In Advance in every Corner. It seemed a if the Prince of the Power of the air Ulona approaching through his own Peculiar principality could obtain Entrance unobserved. And so they rested on their arms. In the mean time the Winter s Sun made haste to put an end to the Short Day and the time arrived for the great Sleigh ing party to rendezvous in the North Square. Captain Ingram s Graceful Little Sleigh contrasting curiously with his Stout cob was at the door and lie was so it Cully drawn up in front of or. Clairmont a mansion awaiting the pleasure of it fair mistress. Hite stunt no eared breathing a fresh Sumiller upon the Check of Winter anti yet looking like ills youngest daughter so , and to top Peter and lie cloaked was site. Hlll to Dougli All you could see lie Graceful outline of her a Lui get while her Happy face glowed through tier world of like lie Sun through evening Clouds. The Moon would Crohn pm he a More appropriate hut the suit in a More splendid so let it stand. Hic was soon by the Side of in Grain and they were rapidly careering away toward Trio North hopi Are. A very few minutes brought he m o the Row Teim where they found a Large company of Hie Ulua of the Garrison and the town a people preparing for a merry scamper round the town there were Large sleighs drawn by two and some by four horses containing in Riley which like the family arty of the Glenr of Wakefield if they did not have a great Deal of wit they Lead a great Deal of laughing which answered the purpose Ustah Well. There were not wanting modest single sleighs like hint conveying our hero und heroine which if not As Well a dust de for frolic As their larger companions were better calculated for sentiment and for Lar Tutonu. After the usual time Luid bet ii wasted in waiting for loiter ers and adjust lug where every one should go the procession get Forward in due order the in rec Sleigh taking the lend und the More a pretending vehicles follow Ugin due suite halon. Aliat Klinl a merry jingling of bolls and ringing of laughter resounded through the streets of Toston us the horse s dashed through them making the Earth resound with their trend. It was a sound of merriment that jarred Grant singly Upun the cars of Many in unwilling listener separated by the Slege from moved heart unit suffering perhaps from cold in the depth of that dreadful Winter or with hunger within the sound of the revelry of their oppressors. To Many an car the a Weet mis seemed a jangled out of tune and hut wll was i tint to the revellers a what cured they fur attic pining of relic hearts Awny away up Hanover Street Down Queen Street through the succession of streets now Ait amalgamated into Washington Street up to the lines on the neck How the crackling Snow glitters in the Light of the full Moon what a volcanic Ettelt do the rebel watch fires give to thu lonely Lillis in the distance i you can hear the very hum of the Caine so near Are you to it. And you have the pleasing uncertainty us to How soon a Battery of Cannon May open upon you or a Shell be sent to convey to you the those a Hoare knocking at your Gates. Hut what of that away away Hack again to the common round it and then dash Down to the line of wharves that enclose the Harbor look out Over the Frozen sea and then round Guin across the desolate la colds which Are now All populous Street or crowded marts. Old t it was a merry drive what though the hardships of a seven years Ware ghastly oui nos and grisly death awaited some of the revellers and the bitterness of disappointed Hope and of interminable exile was the appointed lot of others ? they knew it not that glittering night was theirs i and who lion More ? there Are worse places for a flirtation or a tic a Teir let me Tell you than a Sleigh ing party. Especially where you have a Sleigh to Youree Ca. The noise and Bustle isolates you so completely. And then the linear Sklivis Roll you up together so comically thut positively you sometimes mistake your neighbor s hand for your own i it s very Odds but so it is. La Ooth May talk As much As they please us suit summer Moons bul 1 have known quite of much mischief done under Winter Moons. And if i had a daughter i would Quiteno soon Trust her with a a a detrimental in h summer Grove beside a murmuring Stream with the very test Moon that was Ever manufactured hanging Over Belr Livoda is i would in a aug Sleigh behind a Good horse making Good time Over a ringing in a cold dear sparkling night. A a now Ponder Well be Percal dear a and Lay these my words of Wisdom to heart. Helen and lug Aai you May lie sure did not fall to improve their opportunities and the evening s drive furnished a very satisfactory epilogue to the morning s Dmonta. After it Brief interval of silence is they rushed up King Street Helen turned to her com a Loti Anil said laughingly to him a a hut it liar les you have not told me yet what Captain Wood and to say to you. For of course lie must have Lieen to cull on his count by this a a a i my dear Helen 1 am satisfied that he wus a piratical Flogl i have hut too Good reason to think Iii of him a a indeed a und How so Pray y Hus he Laid you under contribution already y perhaps he intends collecting tils rent in a f that were answered Charles �?o1 should care Little about ii. Lint i am to Enild hint the old vol Multi i More of a rebel than a pirate. I fear tic i tears More of a grudge against the King Linn again Quot Tomt is in Lump enough you know a replied Helen Quot for if wus Iii majesty a predecessor who put him to thu inconvenience for his Little mistake in the matter of ownership. Hut you Iii Cini something liar less now Tell me Ull Etc jul a a the nil is smut told a said lie. A a the Crafty old sea dog 1ms Helm d himself in the very thing Tomt it is most pm a rant for the Sake of the service and for my own Sake should have Lieen kept out of his hands unit i suppose 1 Muy a Mac to pay for ids a flood girl 1 Charles a excl ind Helen turning Pale with Ull Reg lit Quot shul Rin you mum y what tins happened a a a a nothing my love a lie responded a a excepting that he has carried Oil the orderly Imok of the regiment which May convey intelligence to Hie rely Ela Tomt will bring them buzzing Shont our cars if they have the sense to make use of a a hut you How will it if lot you a inquired Helen evidently thinking More of her Lover than of her Liege lord. A a you Salii unit it was had for your own Sake that this Hook had fallen into his a a i mlis a 1 hardly know myself exactly Quot to answered a a hut i uni quite certain thut it Cun do me no Good. And what a court martial May think of it they Only can a a a court mar tall a exclaimed Helen in sons turn amp lion a a a dear Charles i wll have you done for which you Cun is court Martiale ? fray Tell me hint you Are Only in a a i wish i were in jest my Dearest Helen Quot sold he in reply a a but it is no joke i assure you. The orderly Imok was in my custody us the adjutant of the regiment. I left it on my table when 1 went to the Assembly last night and when 1 came Bock it wus a a gone a repented Helen a Eliot Tig ids words. A a gone qty dear a he repeated a a und How or whither the old of and the Devil Tomt helped hint Only knows. And when the loss is reported at had Quad Fere i have reason to fear Tomt i shall lie held responsible for it and it Tuny prove a serious a a hut Flint can they do to you Dearest Charles a almost gasped poor it certainly wus not your fault that it was a a 1 cannot think it was who answered a a after All the precautions i Hud taken. Hut one Enn not Tell what views these old Fellows May take. If it Cote to a court martial a reprimand would be the least punishment the loss of the adj Tancy i think would lie the greatest. But the worst is the Ettelt it will to Likely to have upon my a a Liat in dreadful dreadful a Sobul poor Helen bursting into tears a ooh Charles a Citable a i what is to Lxi done a a dear dear Helen 1�?o answered Ingram brushing Uway her tears in a manner for which 1 can Only account on thu supposition Liat she could not get at her pocket handkerchief and from the fact Tomt they Hud dropped into the of the process Ion a a do not to distressed about it my love. I and my friends Are resolved to ind out what this business Means and if we can get to the Bottom of it by a sturdy All will to Well and if not the worst can be a a Liy saturday to Quot said Helen Clearing up a Little a a Tomt is u Good while to come and much May Hap ten More then. I Wasli Tomt i could do something to help you. Can 1 Notye a a nothing my love hut your Good wishes and sympathy i Sleve hut slay there is a thing Tomt you can you can ask your father to let our Jakir Fellows have the shelter of his summerhouse which commands the of the Vaughan House. It will be a serious service to i Btu these bitter a a certainly answered Helen cheerfully a you can have the key to the Little Gale t hut opus upon your grounds Tomt was made for the accommodation of mis Vaughan mini myself and As the Fence is in Topcu one they can keep watch of Well in the summer House us in the a a thank you a he replied a a that will he doing us Good service. 1 Lio a a he continued after u Short pause a it let you will Imi Don me for nut telling you All ills lids morning. Hut ill truth 1 never thought of it onre. It was hardly fair is you did not have All Hie facts of my ease More you. Hut it is not too Lute you know now to change your a a you do not think Tomt this or any thing else hint you could do would make my diff Curence in my love for you Charles said Helen looking up in ids face. A a 1 know you do a a indeed i do not Dearest who replied and As he Soke be leu cd ills lips so non her Cheek that i should have thought Lliel they must have touched had i not known that it would have Lieen improper. A a hut Here we Are at the Royal tavern Quot he exclaimed As they drove into Doek Himie. Und Drew up at the inn when it was proposed to close their cd it edition. A now Clear your brow and re Iuler your eyes lest Hie go rim put things and it Copic too there is a time of life when three a lays seem to lie an Ull sufi Cicil eternity a Mui my Helen was happily not a ast thut blessed period. To she soon dismissed the unpleasant tilling she Hud just Henril from her mind and endeavoured to mingle in the Gai ties of the Honl tavern. The scene wus not a very magnificent one to be sure but the company wus us Guy us if it Hud been a Royal Palace. The mulled wine was beyond Praise. The floor of the Large parlor wus swept Ami a Noble fire diffused Light anti heal through the room. They Hud not a regimental they and Hie night More hut the to Idle of a musical negro. Longing to Hie House wus sufficient to set them All Lancing and flirting. And what could his majesty s own bund itself do More at a proper time in excellent supper was served la the dining room Nono of your it i Edicular Runnin Atlon a but a Good regular sit Down support All hot from the spit and served if not with Mclroy Jio Lituri magnificence yet at be amp it with provincial plenty. Ample Justice was done to the viands and the port wine and the everlasting punch were not neglected. After the soured rage of hunger wus appeased the coir Jominy returned to the great parlor and resumed their Gai ties which were protracted until a late hour. Hueh were some of the sell emos to which the measured inhabitants of tie town resorted to hmju1 away some of to Weir weary hours. And very Good schemes they were in my opinion. I do not know Bow it was but the Garrison gossips of whom Ingram had War cd Helen remarked that he was not As devoted to her As usual. From thin the they augured with the sagacity of to Weir tribe that he was inclined to lie Otto from the fair Taniou. Now / formed a directly opposite opinion from Trio circumstance. I Tun too old a Bird to be chaffed 111 this Way. I know however that the Young lovers compared notes of Flint they heard and overheard on the subject As they drove Home and that they were entirely satisfied with the Suo cents of the enemy. What could have made them dissatisfied with it y on arriving at his quarters Ingram found every thing ready but no ghost As yet. Or. Holcombe who much preferred a comfortable arts chair a ple und a Tankard of punch Over against a rousing lire to All the Sleigh ing parties hint Ever manufactured pleasure out of cold and discomfort bad volunteered to mount guard for Trio first evening in the room. He protested however that All Lead been quiet and not so much of a ghost stirring us would make the candles Burn Blue. He and Ingram sat up till near morning and then Lay Down alternately for an hour or two but All was still. A a not a mouse they and their labor for their Minim Liat night. Huh they were not discouraged in heir Campaign against Hie Powers of darkness by this withdrawal of the enemy. They still me cd Tomt they would have a Brush with him yet. In this Faith they renewed to Weir arrangements for tho next Day carefully them so can of Iausly that Tipiere should lie no ground of suspicion Given to the world around hint there was anything extraordinary a going on. The allies met after breakfast to talk Over the matter and decide whose turn should be Hie next to face tic enemy. Major Ferguson. In a right of seniority of rank received the privilege. The men who were on guard during the night were examined hut they maintained Tomt there was nothing that could lie into a suspicious cd Rutn Lati be Ulm and fallen under to Weir observation. Renewed charges of secrecy were Given and exchanged not Only for fear of the ghosts getting wind of the Coth piracy against him but lost the laugh it the Nicks Tuple might he turned against them. Fercy wus curious to lieu Hie result of lie night s Cam Nign when the adjutant waited upon him for orders and gave his approval of the Stew taken and encouraged them to next week. A Bride s outfit in Germany. The bridal outfit furnished by the Bride s Jar evils consists chiefly of Linen Shihi household and my Linen generally sufficient to Losta lifetime and Ndu fed to the rank and Cuns of the Bride. Thus the Rich Mother buys but is int and finest in Trio shop the less Rich one buys up gradually years before the occasion Good Strong household Linen carefully kept in Lavender and Cut up und sewed by Trio girl ionic of when her marriage la settled. The poorer classes do the same in gunning utmost it tic birth of the girl and the peasant woman grows or buys her flux spins it Liera Elf and lays by a provision of Strong Linen durable us Suil cloth for her daughter. Is her Mother and grandmother did before her. The Pride of a German woman no mutter what rank is in her Hnin Prev a und it is exhibited to friends und discussed with gossips As one of tic chief subjects of a female conversation. It a Pix a rarely that any will fitted out woman has to add Uny material store to her treasure. The jewelry is invariably the present of the bridegroom. The wedding dress is likewise graduated. From the serviceable Hluck silk of the Artisan wife it ascends through All slides of usefulness Brown dark Blue Light Gray to the simple White inf Lela and the costly White moire antique. He Side this the prudent a a Middle class Quot Mother carefully nuts into a Little purse the piece of Gold provided by Trio a a governor for another pretty gives it to the Bride for by und Bye when it is wanted when the wedding clothes Are soiled and the Young Matron does not wish to Wear the old fashioned things of her bridal Day. The Wedd Itig gift we Are assured give Rise occasionally a it some Little grumbling but even these Are managed in the same methodical styles. The first principle is Tomt the gifts Are for the Quot Young household a and not for the Young lady. A Bor dangly they Are invariably adapted to the rank station and Means of the Young couple and arranged on a pre concerted plan so that duplicates Are Impo sible yet every givers Means and individual tastes Are duly regarded. The result is Liat As All is Well considered and Ucli flt cd together the Young people Start 111 life with a Well fitted House. Fire tier and More valuable than would a Hie Case if provided by them selves alone. A a Industry at Home. Nature is Industry in in adorning tier dominions and ainu. To who i this tic Auty is addressed should feel and of Grey the lesson. Lot him too to industrious to adorning his Domain in making his Home not Only convenient and comfortable but pleasant. Let him be industrious in surrounding it with pleasant objects in Debora plug it within and without with Shiugi that tend to make it agreeable und attractive. It Industry make Home the abode of neatness and order. Be parents who would have your children Happy be industrious to bring them up in the Hildat of a pleasant cheerful and Happy Home

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