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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

5 THE TIMES. Io&iL Department. a " . PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-lilDDLE DIVISION. On nil after May MMi, Trains run fallow! i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. !' i'r'u Xr'n I'KINMFAb Stations. iJ'lialMalliAtl'.l Mm. Ex. irn Kt. ao. 19.80! S Ul Philadelphia, tlarrlubnrn, lturkTllln. .4kl r.M. . 9f. I".M P.M. 8.15 .M .M I.fW 6.S7 .4 il.ua sin .M .117 P.M 1.80 .4:1 .Oil P.M. .Ul 1. 40 O.M em mi 10.061 .., K.lW 8. 4 J BUS 111 7.47 1.18 7.1H) 40 .rl an 7. MaryHvtlie, Liuicauuuu Uslly' Nwwport Mlllerstnwn, Thninpsout'n. Mexico,.. ...... I'nrt Royal.... Mifflin e.iw a.ii I IB a.uri .n . in s.ihI B.l B.97 8.46 4.34 4. M 5. m 8.B4 7. SO unit 8.40 .6 19.94 19.11 t.M tun hi T.W t.SH T.4 T.B-'j 11 M 11. 48 .4rt 11 IW Jll.tfS' ill.4il n.w 12.11 1.16 1.6R p.m. S.UU Lnwlntnwn J.J 11.84 U.llt, Id. Ml 8. 48 a.fci Anilersnim,.,. MoVeytnwu,.. N. Hamilton, . Huntlntrrion,.. Tyrone, ....... Ajtnouu 1.14 4 M 4.17 . a.sn 7.W 10.11 .8!l ft 51 61 9.(n! 6.16 P.M. A.U P.M P.M. U:0"l it'iTTsmmmi. 7 :4ll 1 :iu; rwpittnlmrir Expr...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. SEPTEMBER SO, 1879. o. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Invito tiommnnlrstlnns frnm all persons who srs imi'rp.tpn iu umucrs properly DeiouKiuv iw luinuo. Jelly and Jam. Raspberry Jam Is an essenttal element la the construction of Washington pie, and as this pie Is a Boston Institution which Is not frequently met with outside of a circle whose circumference Is fifteen miles distant from the Massachusetts Btate House, It Is not surprising thnt the greater portion of raspberry Jam consum ed In the United States Is made here. The manufacture of the article, has been increasing of late, and there are now some eight firms engaged to a great- . er or less extent In Its production, and making an aggregate of nearly 500 tons per annum. As their product sells for 18 cents per pound Its total value Is there fore $180,000. The dried raspberries of which the Jam is made costs 85 cents a pound, and are bought by the Jam man ' ufactures either of Tanners and country stor...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD. PA., SEPTEMBER 30,1879. 7 Professional Curds. rl. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-l.aw, a . New HlnomtlHld. Perry eo.. Fa OIUob Next door to the residence of Judge Juukln. 45tf AM. MABKKL, Attnrney-at-I.aw, HI... U ...II.. 1. 1 !...... toia 1 Olllce opposite theaManslon House, and tnree uoors eas 01 me rosi-uiuca. J EW1S POTTKH, ATTOHNEV A 'A.' UW, NBW B LOU M FIELD, PERRV CO., PA. vnialrn itroimitlv secured collected Writings and all legal business carefullyattend edto. C4UABLE8 U. BMlLK Y, Attorney at Law. ; Now Bloomtleld, Perry Co. Pa. 90111,38 two duo eml ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. itm a . hponhi.rk. Attornev-at-Law. W Otllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry eo., Pa. S 2 ly TI7"M. N. HEIBKRT, Attorney-at-Law, Vy New Bloouilleld, Perry oo., Fa. Bloomlleld, 8 331V. TK WIS POTTER, notary PUBUO, New Bloom i Hoi rl Pftrrv (!n.. Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases oarelully .prepared and acknowledgements taken. All iK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

8 Oil Curiosities. The development of oil territory has brought to light numerous pheuomenal wells. Principal of these is porhaps the well nearMillorsburg.Butler oouuty, which produces refined illuminating oil, Veady for the lamp, and of exoellent quality. This well known "hole" is not, however, with out an equal. Some months ago, as is well known, a party of oporators from Tltusvllle and St. Petersburg began operations in the nswly-disoovered oil region of Trumbull county, Ohio. They have strtiok a vein of of petroleum of n oharacter heretofore unknown in the oil business. It is lubri cating oil of the finest quality, and it comes from the earth refined and ready for use on the finest machinery. This well is flowing five barrels of this oil per day, for which the operators have a ready sale at $10 a barrel. Ordinary oil in Pennsylvania regions is now selling at 02 cents a barrel. The tract in whioh the phenomenal well is located is near West Mecca. Two thousand acres have beeu leas...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

J". VOL. XU1. STEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 187t. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISH BD EVERT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 8U1I8CU1PIION l'ltlCK, (WITHIN THB COUNTT.) One Year II 2 Six Month 75 (OUT 0 THB COUHTT.) One Year, (Portage Included) II N) Six Mouths, (Postage Included) 83 Invariably In Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. HOME. Home will be Jtut what we make It, Clothed In Borrow or In Joy; Love, If pure no power can break It, Nor Its peaceful life annoy. Darkness always gathers strongest Where love's power is little known ) There its shadow dwells the longest, As a tyrant on a throne. Pleasant words at home returning, Bring kind answers back again; Each from each be ever bearing Love is its bright golden chain. Oh how grand arrayed In beauty, When love's power guides all at home; As a sentinel on duty, It remains wbale'cr may come. Loving hearts are ever ready To add pleasures every day; By their life power, firm ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

THE TIMES NEW UL00MF1EL1), FA., OCTOUKU 7, 1870. A Daughter's Statagem. JUDGE UOSE lived In Belleville, on the banks of the great river in the West. Every ytmr lie went to Vanh. ington, and his voice was often heard In the halls of Congress. Yet, though he was called great he was not good, le eauaehe was very fond of drinking wine, brandy, etc., and frequented the gambling rooms so numerous in that city. These habits gained upon him dally, until they couquered all his moral strength. Ill townsmen refused to send him as their delegate any longer. Judge Itose had an amiable wife and three pretty daughters. Mary, the eldettt, was his special pet. lid thought more of her than of himself, and no wish of hers went ungratllied. She was of a sweet disposition, and so obedient and respectful to her parents, and kind to every one about her, that she was beloved by everybody. And, although her father's dwelling was the most elegant, and they had beautiful grounds, and tine clothes, she never p...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

THK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 7, 1870. RAILROAD S . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R AUKAS9KMENT OF PA8SENGEKTHA1N8. July 2S(Ti, 1879. Tit A IN 8 LB AVE H ARUIHBUAU AB FOLLOW l Kur New York, n MS, 8.10 a.m. I.oup. m. For 1'lilladolphla, at ft. lft, 8.1U, B.46 a.m. l.tlOnlld 4.W ). 111. For Heading, at 8.U, 8.1U, 9.15a. m. and S.OO 4.(X anil T.Nl p.m. ' For I'ottsvllle at R.lfl, 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 &, ni.i ami via Hohuylklll and Susquehanna ranch at Mo p. m. For Aniim-n via 8. 8. Br. at 6.80 a. m. For Allnntown, ats.16, B.loa, in., aud at 2.00, and UK) p.m. .... I'he ft.ift, and 8.10 a.m., have through tralua cars for New York. ... The 8.15, a. m., train has through cam for Philadelphia. 8UNDAYB i For New York, at 8. IS a. in. For Allentown and Way stations atft.'Aa.m. For It finding, Philadelphia and Way dtatlousat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR II AKKIPHUHG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS ; Leave Now York, ats.45a. m., l.no, MOp.ni. Leave l'lilliidlphlu. ttl U.45 a. ui. 4.00, and 7.20 p. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 7, 1870. THE TIMES. tfew Moom field, OvU 7, 1S7 NOTICK TO ADVBRT18KU8. No Cut or Hlerf olyim will bKlmerttid In this M unless lUlit face and on metal bane. t-Twmitf pm-imit. in (Hewn of rwnUr rstw, will beohrredtrclverUiemeuU set In Double Column. KOTfOR TO BHCIHBT.lt? IhmIi t the niriires on Hie label of your WP Thnarniriiren tell vnu trie rtnte In irlilrli ro""' rrlprtnlintt1. Wlllilii week. "'""'J ent, eoe If the date la chained. No other receipt la necessary. W-',The present Circulntion of TOTS TIMES exceeds 'NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always optm trrthe Inspection of .advertisers. Thh GovEitxon lias appointed Hon. HenryGreen, of Easton, to All the va canoy on the Supreme bench caused Iwy theMeRth of Judge Woodward. hrirt. no tidings from John Wise, though six days have gone since he sail ed away from St. Louis In his alr-sliljx, " Path-finder," amid the pladits of a great multitude of spectators. The bal loon went up Into...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., OCTOBEH 7, 1879. 5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. B.-illDDLE DIVISION. On unci after Mar 13tb, Trains mu as follow! I WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WaylMafli Are. 1'mi It'll Tr'n Principal Btatiomb. .fnniMnlli AtV.I MITI. Ex. Tr'n Ex. Aoo. 13.80 .-HO, Philadelphia, ITnrrlpburir, Roekvllle, Mat-yavitle, iMlhi-aUUOU, llally'a Newport Milli'ratown, Thoinpaout'u Mexiro,.. ...... Pcirt Iloyai.... Mllllll t,nwlntown J. AnriVraon',.., 8:00 1 4. M P.M P.M A.M. 1-110 8.46 8 35 8.1a 7.47 7,8a 7.1 7 1)0 840 .n ti.i B.lKi t.12 s.w B.8i! S.SD; P. 1H 1.811 .43 .611 p. w. (181 S.4X 8 6S .! 6.40 t.fi 7.1(1 I. an l.mi i. IS P.M, 1.17 111 1 1 1 T '.Ml I.(M S 21 2.85 1.47, 8.01 8. Ill 1.41 B.27 U.5H .wito.to I3.IIS 19.24 TJ.lt IS H ll 1.67 11 l.M f HI II. sc! II. li as i . "J ! 0 44 t.4 .13' I.II71 S.UO II. K4 ll.lM H 6.43 8.1rj 11.13 H. m ts.n I. 10 4.94 4.H (.Ho 6. HI' 7. li Mr Vi-ytown ,. N. Hamilton, , Ilunllntrdou,. Tyrnnp Altoona rrnsiitmiii. 10.36' 8 10.11! 4 9.311! 4 8. 61 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. OCTOBER 7, 1879. bt fllomufixttr Ws. Sir HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Invllri ommnnlmtIon from all pprarm who art InterwitiMt iu matters properly belutiKluir to this tie pfti'traeut. Putting Away Potatoes Every method haa been tried by farmers to etore and preserve their pota toes through the winter, and we may say until potatoes come again. It la the most valuable of all vegetable b, though here and there we find a per son and a writer who undertakes to tell us of Its unwholesomeness. It Is uni versally consumed In all civilized coun tries, as where it cannot be grown it is Imported, which can be done long dis tances without Injury when ventilation is attended to. In storing potatoes several methods are adopted, yet they ore all practically the same, the object being to protect them against freezing, whether burled In pits or Btored In cellars. The first consideration is to keep them In per fect darkness; the next is the bins should net be too deep not ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW ItLOOMFIELD. PA., OCTOBER 7, 1879. 7 .riofcHsionftl Curds. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at.Law, , New Hkomlleld, Pertyco., Pa. Oiloe Next dpnr to tUe residence oljudge Junklii. ' 4011 AM. MAKKKL. Attorney-at-I.aw, ( New Blooiutteld, ferry county, Pa. iT Oillce opposite the Mansion House, aud iilima diors east of the Post-0 dice. J KW1S rol'TKU, ATTOUNKV AX LA.W, NltW BLOOMFJELD, PERRVCO.,PA. ir-Claims promptly secured onlleeted Wrltlngsand all legal business carefullyattend. -edto. a JTl Oil AKLES U. HMILRY, Attorney at Law. New liliiomllplil, Perry Co. P. -0111jb two doors ea ot Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. MTM. A.BFON8LEK, Attorney-at-Law, VY omce adjoining his residence, ou Hast Main street, New Bloomlleld, Pon y oo., Pa. 8 II ly XITM. N. HK1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, Vy New Bloomlleld, Perryoo.,l'a. UloomHeld.S33lT. LEWIS PUTT KB, NOTABT PUBLIC, New Bloom. Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FA. OCTOBER 7, 1879. The Fact on that Dollar. An Interest I ilg atoty lu connection with the last silver dollar has Just coma to light here. The secret lias come out, through the " Record" newspaper, as to who the young lady was that sat to Mr. Morgan.the designer, aa a modol for flie head which appears on the coin. The lady who has thus heen raised to fame, and whose name will be chronicled in history, is Miss Anna W. William, resldftg with her widowed mother at 1,023 Spring Garden street, In Phlla'da. In 187Q, when Mr. Morgan was making desigus for the coin, tie was Introduced to the lady by Mr. Thomas Eakins, a friend of the family. He desired to have a true representative of American beauty emblazoned upon the coin, and the profile of Miss Williams ap peared to him as the best approach to it he had seen. The lady, who is of a very modest and retiring disposition, was in duced to sit, and after four or live inter "views sufficient sketches had been secu...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

lis lY It. R (rIOll III I rf t h,ui. 1 ' rr : 4 v oz kvz kVi.J'r v M v vol. xin. NEAV BLOOMPIELD, JPA.., TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 14, 1879: NO. 12. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVERTTCESDAIDI ' F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UM8CKIP TION 1 H I C JJ . (WITHIW THB COl'NTr.) One Year II 2 Blx Months 75 (OUT OF THB COUNTT.) One Year, (Fostwte Included) 1 50 Blx Mouths, (l'09tage included) 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appll eatiua. geledt Poetry. THE OLD STORY CONTINUED. She read until she could not seo Did"Ivanhoe" e're weary t Then dropped the book upon her knee, And said her life was dreary. "From day to day I still must tread The same dull round of duty Of darning-socks and baking bread, Without one glimpse of beauty. From week to week my landmarks are i A sermon dull on Sunday On Friday night the Plumvllle Btar j The weekly .wash on Monday. And, oh I there's never a line of grace, And never a glint of glory ." She sighed and lengthened her ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., OCTOBER 11, 1879. THE MASKEDHORSEMAN. THE battle of Naseby, fchleh was so dlaaotrous In Its results to. the for tunes of the house of Stuart, was, in a manner, but the culminating of the numerous evil omens which had so long been meuaclng the luckless king. Among the many stalwart youths of England which the exigencies of the period forced tato the decisions and and actions of men, were three of about equal ages, a Ail who, however dis similar In form and temperament, had lield each other In the warmest friend ship and estimation. Sylvester King, Arthur Dale and llobert Hippesley for these were their respective names led a thoughtless, happy life, until the dissensions of p'arty began to disturb the peace of the people and the discord ant trumpet of civil war to sound throughout the laud. The consequence of these events to -our three friends was that the rough hand of war soon separated them al though, for a period, Sylvester King and -Arthur Dale foug...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., OCTOBER 11, 1870. 3' RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R, ARlt AN6 EMBNT OF PASSENGER Tit AINH. OCTODERtb, 1870. Trains tritTe Hurrlsburg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 8.20, 8.05 . m. and 1,45 p. m. For New York la " Round Brook Route," 8.20, B5 a. m . and l. p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 80S, 9.5S a. m., 1.45 and 4.cn p. in. For Beading, at 5.20,8.03, 9.f5 a. m., 1.45,4.00,and 8.u p. in. For Pottsvllle. at 5.20. 8.05 a. m. and 4.no p. m., and via Beliuylklll and Susquehanna II ranch at J. 40 p. m. For Auburn, 6.30 a. m. For Ijincaater and Columbia, 6.20, 8.08 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8 05, 9.55 a.m., 145 and 4.00 p. ni. The f.2n, 8.05 a, m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York. The 5.20 tralu has through cars for Philadel phia. The 6.20. 8.08 a. m. and 1.45 p. in., make elose connection at Heading with Main Line trains having through cars (or Mew York, via "Hound Brook Koule." SUNDAYS : For New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

THE TIMES NEW 11L00MFIELD, PA.. OCTOMill II, 1870. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, l)c.U 14, 18Z9. NOTICE TO ADVKRT1SBU8. Ho tint or Htereotype will ho lint-tod tntliU peir unless IIkUI face and ou tm-Ul bsse. t"Twmr y percent, in nrnw nf roanlsr rates, H1I bechargtd turaclvertHruxnita aetln Dun Wr Column. TI( K TO HIHIHC'RIIIER. I .nnlt at tlin flurnroa nn th lnltMt nf Tnlir rnrar. Thnflpltirliri'R toll vnn t tin ijnia f m wLlA vnll r (MlL- arrllfl tun tat An 111. Vitlitii 9 n-ackn alter money la Milt, to If the date la cbana-ait. No other receipt ta neceaaarr. " The present Circulation of THE TIMES exoeeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the inspection of advertiser. The rapid advance la Iron has hiul the ed'eet to stimulate the Importation of English Iron, and In the end It may lie found that Hie price has been forced up so rapidly that the gain in England will be great, and eventunlly prove a lose to this Couutry. A more moderate advance would have kept E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW liLOOMFIELD, l'A.. OCTOBER 11, 1879. THE TIMES. Io&il Depkitmci)t. riNNSYLVAKIA R. R.-iTIDELE DIVISION. On and ftf r May latU, Trslus run follow! i WKSTWAIID. EASTWARD. Way Mail lAro.u rmxniFAti I'm l'r'u It'll Station. J'nMsllAtl Mffl. Ex. 'It'll Ex. AOO. 19 SI) tmi l'lillaiU'li'lila, '110 F.M, 10.88 r.u. I.uo .to, A.M. D.IKI 845 .;.6 8.19 t.47 T.BJ 7.1 ?o.i 8 HI 8 !U 9.011 I. lai P.M. 8.80 .) 1.66 fl III 8. Ill S.66 7.10 Hsrrlsbtirs;, Uorkville, Mnrysvtlle, Dunciiuuou, Dslly's Newport,....,. Mllloratown, Tlinmpeout'n. MhiIco, ........ Port Hoysi.... P.M 1,80 1.17 111 s. i .' S.6H 11.08 PIP HI! CM, III 111. 10.40 11.19 II 84 M.IH I. lit 1.66 P.M. :0SI 19.88 10.90 .3J .ns 8.47 8.01 l.l'l 8.2i 8. a; 8.66 12.116 19.94 13.11 9.88 t.SH 7.41 III 11 f.!t 6 11. 4H' 8 it i) 8.00 minim I.eiwlstown J., Anderson's,.., MeVytown,,, N. Hamilton,. nnntliiKdou,., Tyrono AJ toon,. ...... 11.84' 8 11. (Hi 6 .ia 8.6u 4.5)' 4.63 .! 6.81 t.SUI 10.88 8 8.56: 10.11 4 H.Bfl 4 7.88 8 M 8 ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. OCTOBER Id, 1879. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite cnnimnlMnallnnfl from nil persons who are lnterptp(i iu iimttorii properly belouirliis" to tliiflde. partraeut. How to Save Clover Seed. One of our best clover seed savers la Just at our elbow, and heoays: "Tell them the necontl crop Is for the seed, and is really fit for no other purpose, as it salivates thestook fed on it ; that the best time to cut for seed Is a very nice point to determine. It should be cut when a majority of the heads turn brown, and before any begin to shed ofF the little seed pods each of which contains a seed. Cut the second crop of clover Just as though it were for hay, rake It into wind-rows, and let it He and take one or two Bhowers; then put it In very small cocks while damp, about one good pltoh forkful in a place, and when It is dry put luto Btacks and cap with something that will turn water; or what Is still better, if you have a shed or barn, put it. there and let it...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

TilK TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD. PA., OOTOUKU 14. 1879. 7 Professional Curds. TK. JUNKIN, Attorney.t-t,aw, . Kew llloomlleld. lerrv Co.. Fa. a?- oiuoe Next dour to the residence ot Judge iunklu. &tt AM. MAltllEI.. Attorney-at-Law, , New liloonillelil, 1'erry county, Pa. i-tf" Ollice opposite the Mansion House. aud thrua doom east of the Post-0 nice. J EWI3 ruxxKii, ATl'OHNKY AT lAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA. WCIalms promptly secured ootleoted Wrltiugsaud all legal business oarefullyn! tend ed to. a yi 01IAULE3 H. HMILF.Y, Attorney at Law. New HlooniUeld, Perry Co. Pa. - Ollice two door emt ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August J, 18.2. rill. A.HPONBt.EK, Attorney-at-Law, Mill u street, New llloomrleld. Perry oo., Pa. 8 3 ly WM. N. REIBEKT, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomtleld, Perry oo.. Pa. Bloomtleld, 8 331V. LEWIS POTTKK, NOTARY PDBLIO, New Bloom Held, Perry Co.. Pa. Deeds, Bonds, MortKaires and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of Pension and Bounty papers...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 October 1879

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA. OCTOBER 14, 1879. A Boy Shot by an Infernal Machine. Tho I'uitiulolpuia "Star" of the. Oth iust. snys : " This niormtipj.n few moments before 10 o'clock, those in the vicinity of the row of lawyers' oAlces, in Blxth St., ucnr Wnlmtt, hoard a loud report, ns though produced by a package of cnunon flro crackers. The report proceeded from the rear of fice of the first lloor of 229 outh Blxth street, next door to the City Solicitor's Of flee. The npnrtment is occupied by Robert A. Farrisli, John Shallcross, Duncan L. Buzby and Robert L. Pyle, all well-known attorneys at law. Tho noise naturally attracted a crowd, mostly members of the bar, who upon reaching the room found it filled with a thick body of smoke, and a young man named William O'Donnel, oged 13 years, who was nn employe of the office, writhing in pain, bis right nrm and wrist bleeding, his coat sleeve burned and singed, and only a stump of what was formerly his right hand projecting. Somebody...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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