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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

6 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA E, R.-MIDDLH DIVISION. On tiut f ler Nov. lutb, le'O. Trains run follow i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. f nil 'A CO. I Tr'ulTr'u I'HIMCIIPIL i,IiIid.'iipiiioT J'lH Kx. TTi P.M. Mall Tr'u All'. Ex. Miri. A CO. Pus I 19.10 I 00 P.M. (.1.1 I. Ml 8:00, A.M. a. no B.I8 (.IH P. W. too , l.M "-- r.m, . I I lo.M 7.6!' 7.6a T.W I0.W P.M A.M. H 00 8.48 B85 e.u 7.47 7. M 718 7.00 8.411 8.33 8. J6 Itockvllle, Mnrynvllle, Juucnunou, Batly'n Newport Mlllerstnwn, Thoinpsout'u Mexico,. .-. Port K yai.... Ml ITI In Lewlstown J. Anderson's,.,, Mo Vi'y tnwu ,. N. Hamilton,. HmiMiitfdtm.. l.ai .to I 1.17 ' in U.M 1J.35 19. 4 j. in. D.IM I. DA 9.60 f.io .t) J. 41: 7. Mi 1.67 Hll- 1.47 6.49 1.81 sal I. Ill l.ltl' .SU !l.4Ul 6. 1 11 H" II. M 11.04 la 10.40 H1I 11.84 I8.lt 1.18 B.S7 a. in 8.11 8.6" I. Si 1.56 s.vu 1.42; I0.8tfl.il 4. HI 10.11 4 61 I.8C T.Su P.M. 8.8H 4.17 J.!!7 9.80 7. 88 .6l! 8.10 P.M. Tyrone, Altnona 8.61 8.16 r.it. I A.M. il 18.:f5 li'inSDUKfJll T:40! MO; ;-arpittMitrK E...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

0 THE TIMES NEW KL00MF1ELI), PA., FEBRUARY 17, 1880. OIIic 4Li oDiniiflo (Limfs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. ALUM IN BREAD. A nuisance that troubled Europe fifty years ago now attracts attention here, that la, putting alum In the bread we eat. The bread roust be " light" that It may be digested, that la, It must be filled by the well-known cells we are accus tomed to see In It. Where beer or ale Is brewed those who understaud healthy bread making procure yeast, which "lightens" the bread better than any subBtistute, and Is wholesome. Where yeast Is not readily to be obtained baking powders are resorted to, and out of them comes mischief. . Bl-carbonate of soda and cream of tartar, or tartaric acid, are the usual constituents of a good baking powder. Cream of tartar sells at from sixty to eighty-five cents a pound. This high price has led cheap baking powders to be made of alum, as a substitute for some or all of the cream of tartar. Alum will make bread look whiter, so that bakers make ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

THE TIMES, -NEW BLOOM MELD. PA., MiMlUARY I7i 1880. 7 Professional Cards. JH. JUNK.IN.Attorney-at-t.aw, New Hloomlteld, Perryeo.,Pa. -Oraoe Next duor to the residence el Judas Juakln. 46(1 AM. MA RKKL. Attorney-at-Law, New Bloom Meld, Perry county, Fa. -r OlD.ce opposite the Mansion House.and three door east of the Post-Wlllcs. T EW1S rOTTKIt, ATTOllNKY ATJLAW, NSW BLOOMKIKLD, FKHRY CO., FA. 3-Clatms promptly seoured collected Writings and all legal business carefullyattend edto. iayl 01IAHLK8 II. SMILKY, Attorney at Law. New nioomllnld, Perry Co. Pa. i-Office two dours ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. "TT"M. A. BPONHLElt, Attorney-nt-Law, y Olllce adjoining Ills resfdeuoe, on East Main street, New Bloomlield, Perry co Pa. 3? ly "tTTM. N. 8EIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, W . l NewBlooinlleld,Perryeo.,ra. bloomlield, 3 331v. LEWIS POTT E It, notaht public, New Bloom Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgage and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of Pet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. FEBllUAlty 17, ;1880. A Cast of Swallowing a Pin. About ten weeks nines Aunlo Elizabeth, an eleven months' old daughter of I ten bo n Bapp, residing at 82 Dank stioot, Baltimore, ' bnoama restless and fell nwny from , a plump, iwy infaut to a weak, puuy crea tui'8 whose death was daily expected.' The parents Imputed the child's illness td the excessive warm weather, and treated it ac cordingly. Dr. Oultley had attended the little suf ferer soma time pievlousfor impurity of the blood, and when a small red spot ap peared on the body near the groin a week or two ago he was agalu summoned and prescribed as before. At tbo lump grew larger and showed a tendency to become an eruption, he advlMd the mother to ap ply poultlcos to draw it out. The mother of the child followed the doctor's instructions, and a fow mornings ago, while washing and dressing the sore, she felt a small, liaid Rubstanco at the auex of the affected part. A close exam ination disclosed a...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

It - . Jl V S J S I 7 I I I t 1 i Bl n.iviiHiijNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiii rrtiiN(eO VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. an Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED ITBRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 teimih'i invariably in advance. One yar (Postage Free) tl BO Hlx Months " " 81) To Subscribers in this County Who pay In Advance. aPlscount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Paid In AUTance, 91.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished uponappll catlon. $eledt "Poeti'y. A POEM OF NAMES. There's Isabel we Noah well Woo'd by a bashful feller, For Theodora of this belle Adored bat dated not Ella. At last one Eve upon the porch In earnest tones he pleaded He'd give up Paul to win her heart Her love was Saul he needed. " I wish that Ida heart to give," Unto herself she Seth "IfPhebeLevl am a flirt His Bl will close in death." He'd Cirser Randal little while As Titus he was Abel From his big Gay a tender Lake Beamed Dora tresses sable. No sooner...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. FEBltUAKY 21. 1880. For Tim Times. The Gossips in Trouble. ""IITHATV no, you don't eay so! YV Bijulre Kleiiarda goln' to marry agin, and his wire only dead three months I Goodness me!" " ' Tls awful I You my well be aston Ifthed, Mrs. Wilkes; It Is terrible to thlnkofl Buch deception I Why at his wife's funeral, one would have thought lilru actually broken-hearted ; and then the crape on his bat Is half a yard deep l"' " Ah, me, Mrs. Hanson, there Is no dependence to be put on 'pea ranees I The world gets slnfuller and slnfuller every day, and It can't be covered up with silk, or broadcloth. As I said to my husband, Mr. Wilkes, the other night ; says I, 'Hlmon, things are comlii1 to an awful pass 1 Everybody will git Into the State's Prison In two years, nt this rate!' And Bays Bluion, says he, 1 1 don't doubt It, Marlah!"' " And you and Mr. Wilkes were right, perfectly right, it Is just sol But this dreadful conduct of the squire's has made me more c...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A., FEBRUARY 24, I860. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R AtlllANQEMKNTOF PAB8KNGEKTHA1N8 KOVEXBEK 10th, 1879. Trains Leare Harrlsburg as Follows : For New York vis Alleutowu, at 8.15, B.06 a. m. Alul 1 AF, n. in Kor New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," 6.2U, (Fast Kxp.) 8.85 a. In. and A.o p. 111. Through ear arrives In New York fct 12 noon. Korl'hlladelphla, at 5.1ft. 6.2o (fast Exp) 8.U5, 0.55 a. m.. 1 If. nnd l.UU 1. III. For Heading, at 8. 15, 8. 20 (Fast Exp.) B.05, 9.65 a. m i.4.',4.(), aim s.ue p. ni. Kor Pottsvllle. at 6.1r. 8.05 a. m. anil 4.00 p. m., and via Schuylkill and Buaqueliauna Branch at 2.4(1 p. ni. Kor Auburn, via Schuylkill and Husqueliamia Branch at o..iu a. m. Kor Lancaster and Coliimtila, 5. 15,8,05 a m. and 4.011 n. m. Kor Allentowll, at 5.15, 8 05, 0.65 a. m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. hi. The MA, 8.05a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have inrougu cars mr sew nora. The 8 uo train lias through cars lor Philadel phia. The 8.05...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

4 THE TIMES. Jfew Bloom field, 1V6. 84, 18S0. NUTICK TO A J VEHT18EKS. Ho Out nrHternntype will he inserted luthls xir nnlMiH Itwlit faoe and on metal base. SWTwmitypnriwnt. iniwM of rwnlar rates, will baoharired tor adrerUaeniimta aetln JluulileUolumu. NOTK'K TO NITIIHCRIBBRN. I.nnkat th nViirea on the label of your tsrr. Throw tUnrpa tell vnu I ho ilnlolo whlrli '" eilpilnuUpnld. Within a week. after '""""J.1 nt, aoe If th date la ohanKad. No other receipt IBueceaaarv. Tub late unpleasantness In Maine, cost the State about f 22,000. This Is In addition to the loss caused by the ex cltemeut In stagnating business. -- The Independent voter was arouDd In great numbers In all parts of the State at last Tuesday's election. In many places Independent candidates were elected. Tub Ohio Rivun made a remarkable rise last week. During Sunday, Mon day and Tuesday, the rise at Cincinnati was forty-flve feet. Much damage was done by the water. A train on the lielalr & S. W. road, jumped the...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

T1IK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. FEIHHJA11Y 21, I860. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. R.-HIDDM DIVISION. On nd si Ur Nor. leth, I87, Trsids run follow! i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. I Paut'irAi. Stations. i'hltadeTl)iir7 llsrrlsburir, l(c'klllo, MuryHvlllp, Uuuciitiuuu, Ilally'n Newport, Miller town, Tliotninout'u. Mexico,,,.,..,. Port lt.iyal.... MIITIIh Lewlstowu J., J'tmlMnlliAU'.l Mffl. Kt. I'lr'nl Kx. A110. 6-4.1 P.M. 8:011 p. w P.M. .ll 7.8i III t.H t.w S67 .48 em .ik 4.1s 8.07 8.4! P.M. 8.00 .811! .17 II 10.(8 B4 8.8 '? '2 7.J TllU 840 8.S8 f.sa 8.5(1 8.IW 19 IW 11 38 18. 114 19.11 11.84 11.411 10.90 0.56 .1U T.SH 7.4H, 8.66 It-Ml 8.11 11.84 11.04 8.13 8.6' Anderson',.,. SfeVeytowu,., N. Hamilton, . UtintliiKdon,., Tyrone Altooua, 10.3P 10.11 t.DIl 8.81 8.16 t.M. 8.11 .2c. .1 8.80, 8.11 liTmunuiii. I P.M. P.M. 7:40 Mill tWPItubnrtr Exr-reps leave Harritdmn: At tn.18 p.m. Dnnramioii In. 44 (flaif): Newport 11x6 (nutc) nuil ar rives tt fit Islmrir nt 7.00 A.M. flfPrirlflr Wtpress Went wil...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. For Tub Times. Farmer, to Our Own Interest. A farmer of twenty-five years experi ence, on HaMeriiiRii'B Island, Dauphin co., Pa., who lias paid enpecial atten tion to etock ratalng, lately visited the farm of Clen. Langhorne Wlster of Al len's Cove, Perry county, and was rea lly surprised when shown the stock owned by that gentleman. He lias sixty-one head of cattle, of the best variety ; two cowa lately Imported, which, cost over four hundred dollars ; an Imported bull, which will at the present time weigh about twenty-five hundred pounds, be sides a large number of other cattle fai surpassing any in the state, as the General has been very particular In selecting his stock from the best In Europe. I have also visited the farniB of Col. James Young, and VVm. Colder, of Dauphin county, but their stock is not up to the standard as compared to Gen. Wlster's. They make one hundred Bnd twenty five pounds of butter every week which is shipped to Philadelphia, at fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELI). PA., FEMlUAllY 21. 1880. 7 rroFosslonal Cards. JK. JUNKIN.Attorney at-Law, New Hloomllnlil, Perry oo., Pa. - Oltice Neit door to the resldeuoe st Judge Junkln. tail AM. MAKK.8L, Attnrney-at-Law, New Bloomileld, Perry oounty, Pa. i-T OtHoe opposite the Mansion House, and three doors east of the Post-WUlce. r bwis roixicu, AT'l'OllNKY AT LAW, NBW BLOOMFJELD, PERRY CO., PA Claims s promptly secured collected Wrlttnas and all legal bi uslness carefullyattend- edto. 6a yi CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Uloomlteld, felly Co. Pa. -Office two doors uu ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August 1, 1872, tirM. A.8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, y Otllce adjoining hlsi residence, on East Main street, New Uloomlleld, Perry Co., Pa. 82 ly YITM. N. 8E1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, VV NewBloomneld, Perryoo.,Pa. Bloomileld, 8 33 lv. LEWI8POTTEB, notart public New Bloom Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully Erepared and acknowledgements taken. All Indsof Pens...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 February 1880

TJIE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., FEBltVAllY 21, 1880. 8 Shooklng Tragedy. The llarrisbiu-ff Patriot 8ys: a corref pomlont writing from Uainbrldge, Lanoas ter county, uudor date of February 10, (jives tbe following mrticulara of a trnga ily which was discovered on Saturday morning last. Cbmles Laue, wife and two children, ciime to Ualnbridge Inst Mny from Ibe Htato of Maiwtand, and commenced keep ing bouse in towu until November last, wben they again visited their native state. Tbe husband returned again in a few days without, his family, Baying tbey had sepa rated, aud commenced selling off what household goods tbey bad ; but about tbe 14th of December tbe wife, with three children, returned again, the youngest child being only three weeks old, tbey again sot up housekeeping after being fostered by the people of tlio town for a week or more aud uothlug was thought of it until Saturday forenoon wheu tbe near est neighbor, Jobu Miller, imagined that something was wrong, not having seen...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

f v !' '.tTtiti,, VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PDBLI9DBD IVBBT TUBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEHMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One yoRr (Postage Free) $1 fio Blx Mouths " 80 To Subsorlbers in this County Who pay In Advance a Discount of 2" Cents will DBinatie rioni tue aimve tmms, making subscription wulilu the County, Whcu l'ald lu Advance, if 1.25 Per Year. - Advertising rates furnished upo-napnll"-catlou. Adventures of Jeremy Green. JEREMY GREEN left the potato field just a quarter before twelve by the Bun, ami went in to dinner. Instead of resorting to the " weed" as a solace for weariness he devoted his spare time to the Weekly Narrnlor, the only news paper he ever took. As he was pouring over its contents that eventful noon he all at once leaped about three feet in the air, and In his descent brought down his fist with such force, on the table that he overturned a huge pan of soup that his mother had prepared for dinner, besides breaking a few dishe...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA. MAltCH 2. 1880. The Battle for the Cedars, BY rilKHMLY W. MOHltlfl. CONCI.VHKII. VALASQUEZ sprang to his feet, and shook his manacled hauda In her ftce. Do your worst, devil," he cried : " I defy you, I defy you." The woman firan back from him, her breast heaving, her breath coming la quick gasps, her eyeB flashing out flauie. "Ha, ha!" she laughed Mindly, "you dream not of the sweet vengeance lllolsa, dead Elolaa, Is to have, villain 1 Your defiance shall be turned to ter Kir." Hhe turned toward the doorway. ' Come, OlorKlo, good Ulorglol" oiled fthe. Iustanlly a giant form rushed lu, beat ing the air wildly with hi long arms. He grinned and gibbered hideously, liking as terrible as the Inhabitants of the regions of despair might. " Ilevenge, Giorgio 1 revenge !" cried the woman. With a loud cry, the idiot, Giorgio, (.piling towards Valiisquez. The detec tive leaped forward with his revolver but he was hurled violently to the floor, where he lay ble...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MARCH 2, 1880. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R V H ANOI KMKNT OF PABSENGKHTHAINB NOVEMHKlTToih, 1870. trains l.eare llarrlsburj n Followi : For New York via Allontown, at 5.15, 5.05 . m. ml 1.45 . in. .... . ., . Kor New York via Philadelphia and 'Bound Brook Hotite," tf.Siu, (Fast Hl ) 8.S5 a. m. and ' M'rough car arrives In New York at 1J noon. Kor 1'hliadtilpliis, at 6.15. 6.2u (KaBtKap) SM, .RSa.m.,1.45and4.Uup. m. . .... Kor Keadlim.atMS, 8 i (Fast Exp.) 105, 9.55 a. m., 1.4ft, 4.U0, and M p. in. Kor Pottsvllle. U.lft.8.M . m. and 4.00 p m., and via Schuylkill and Biisiuelianna,Hiainsli at ' Kor' Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Brunch at6.3Ua.in. .,... , Kor Lancaster and Columbia, 5.15, R.05 m. and ' Kor' AHentown, at 5.15, s 05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. mi. .... . , The MA, S.osa. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through curs for ew Vork. The 8 00 train has through cars for Phlludol ph!a. The 8.1'B a. in. and 1.43 p. in., trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW I1L00MF1EM), l'A. MAKOll 2. 1880. THE TIMES. New lUoouileld, March Z, 18S0. MUTICK TO AUVKIt'f IHKHS. No On! nr HKTMrtype will he Inserted In thin pape Odlllhtriiii(l on inelal bans. rarTwmity per cent, in eiees of ri'tfulsr rstes. wilt bsobartfeUtors'lvortUemmiUi setln Double Column. NOTICK TO IMJIIWCHtnfin. I.nnli at tlio flirnrn on the label of Tour paper... Those nmtrea tell von lin ilnte In trtilrli jniipaun elinllnn la pnlil. Within 1 weekn niter money I sent, nox If til date In ohsiiKed. Mn other receipt ! neenMr!r. KEi'iTitMtANS lu the Virginia Legls lature are ready to vote for a compromise bill regulating the State dubt, which Is acceptable to the refunders. There lb great consternation i n the ranks of the readjustors In consequence. TiiitoroH the agitation recently In augurated at Rau Francisco, many per sons who were opposed to the Chinese have now become disgusted with the talk by Kearney and his followers, and have withdrawn their support from hlni. . T...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

THE TIMES,; NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAIKJII 21680. G THE TIMES., Ioh,1 Dep ,ii'tiieit. PENNSYLVANIA E. B.-MDDLJ DIVISION. On nit after Not. loth, 187, Train, run fallow : WESTWARD. EABTWAUD. WajriMHll 1'itns Tr'u; I PRINOtpAL Htation. i'MlarirlplilaT Harrlarmrtr, Hockvlll, earySTlllA,' nticanuou, Uaily's Newport Mllleratown, Yhnmiitout'a. Mexico,.. ...... Port Itoyal.... MIITMii J'nsiMslliAU'.l Mffl. El. Tr'u Kx. Aoo. Tr'u it.sn 1110 1.40 A.M. r.u p. . II. o P.M. .go 1. 411! I. mi 1.17 ill B.l! I. hi s.ib I.tn i.m t.St S.IW I. OH I! 68 a. 60 .IW .ll SSI 19.:ia 11.84 13.11 I.SS 1.01 III 1. 10 J.4K T.M .im USD 1I.4H DM lll.0 ID. 40 II 88 I. a; I.M 4.14 11.84 II. IH 10.83 10.11 .W! .er 8.16, A.M. .ftwlstnwn J., Anderiion'i,... MoVflytiiwo,., I N. Hamilton,. HiiTitliiKilon... . Trroun Altnouu irimnmnn. 11.19 11.84 la.in 1.18 1.66 F.M. 11:06 4. lis 1. 80 .SI P.M. U:6 fWPItlsbnrir RprB lenri Harrlslmr? st 10.18 p.m. Dnnoauiioii lo.44 (iW); Nwiuit ll.uii (Hair) ami r. rives at I'lttuburif at...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA.. MAltCll 2, 1880. 0 "HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Farmer's Families. Much lias been ' pal J and written, on tbla subject. Poets have loved It and al most every nrtist has his coxy little farmhouse .nestled among the trees, cov ered with cllmblng-roses, and surround ed tiy the "necessary outbuilding" Many a time have we forgotten while gazing at such a picture, or reading one of these amorous effusions, that we were born in the country, and that we lived la a farmhouse and followed Us tiresome monotony from morning till night, varying from laundry to dairy, feeding the poultry, rising before the lark was astir to milk the " patient klne." " shod like the mountaineer," and so ou with hut little variation, save on those days on which there was house cleaning or some " extra job " to be done. Then when evening came aud we sat down, thoroughly wearied, what an un utterable longing came over us for some thing more. If (and the tantalizing picture would present It...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIKLD. PA., MAIM ill 2, 1880. Professional Cards. rl, JU.NK1N. Attorney at-T.aw, , New Hioomileld, tVrryeo., Pa. . r OIHee Neit door to tlis residenoe ol Judge lUiiKln. 46tf AM. MAKKKL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomtleld, I'oi ry county, Pa. -T" Olflco opposite the Mansion House, and tltrua doir east of the Post-0 Ulce. -KWia l'Ol'TKlir ATTOUMEY AT LAW, NBWBI.OOMFIEI.D, rURRVCO.,PA. -Claims oromntly secured collected Writlngsaud all legal business carefully attend' ed to. 42 yl "IHAKLKSH. SMILEY, Attorney at Law, j New Bluomlteld, Perry Co. Pa. y-OIHe two doors eat ot .toieph Smith's Hutel. WM. A.8FONSLKK, Attorney-at-Law, Otllce adjoining hi residence, on Rant Malnstreet.New Bloomtleld, Perry oo., Pa. Silly XirM. N. 8E1BEKT, Attorney-at-Law, W NewBloomUeld,PeiTyco..Pa. Bloomtleld, 3 33 It. LEWIS POTTKK, NOTAHT PUBLIC, New Bloom. Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leaser carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of Pension and Bounty pap...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 March 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELt), PA.. MAKClt 2, 1880. A Strange Witness. A woman was examined as a witncfson Baturdoy iu (he Hlrlh murder trial now in progress In Vasliiugtou city, who is a deaf muto. Her nppenrnnce ou the witness Bland raised some questions Tor the court to decide for which no precedent could bo found. The first objection made by the prosecution was as to the competenoy of the witness. Thin envolved au iutjulry into her mental and moral characteristics, which was difficult to make. Her husband said that be could not always understand hor. Prof. Gallaudet, who acted as Interpreter, said that be thought she oould distinguish between the truth and fulsehood.but be did not know that she understood the nature and obligation of an oath. After some further tests the Court decided to hear her testimony. Objection was then mnde to Prof. Gallahdct acting as interpreter, lie iiad gone over the story with her iu the sign language at the office of the defend ant's oounsel and it wa...

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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