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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, VA.., MAttCII 23, 1880 THE TIMES. . Iodiil iJephi'tnierit. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-1IIDDLB DIVISION: On and after Nov. lotli, 18", Trains run is fullowi i WKHTWAUO. EASTWARD. J'na Mall AH1. Mm. El. Xv'u Ex. Aoo. (. 4'J 1:00 P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. I.AU 8.111 10.66 00 .17 7.6K 84 .11 7.6S 8.D4 19. 63 l.m 10.10 8.19 19:16 1.07 14' 19. 14 8.67 t.U !J 19.11 8.4S Tl II. US e.w ia 11.48 .1H J 40 II.8H 8.19 i" 11.84 8.07 8 19 . 11.04 8.49 8.6.' 18.86 8.14 8.98 18.11 4 61 8.89 4.17 7.81 8,61 8.57 8.61 8.16 9.60 8.16 A.M. P.M. P.M. 7:10 1:10 WayVInlllAco. Pass Tr'ulTr'u it Ml 81 Philadelphia, tfarrlslmra;, Kovkvlllfl, Maryavllln, lmioanuou, Baily'a Newiurt Mlllm-Mtowil, Tliompaout'u. Mexloo,.. ...... Port It'iyal.... MIITIIn t.ewlntnwn J.( Anderson's,... MrViy town ,. N. Hamilton, . Huntlimdou,. Tyrone Mtomia A.U p. ft P. V a. mi a. 12 I), m 1.80 (.4:1 t.UO 8.4li 8.8J 6. OH 8.NI l.M i.w i.li l.w e.ns 1.10 a.7 11.01 a.SI 8.11 l.M 8.801 7.S2 7.4H 10.1 lU.40 111) 11.84 ia.m 1...

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. — 23 March 1880

t " At" THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. MAIiCIll23, 1880. li lie lucomtiflD (limes. JJOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Mysteries of a seed. Have you ever ooimldcred how won. dcrful a tiling tlie seed of a plant IsY It l is the miracle of in I melon. -Clod paid J" Let there lie plants jleldliiR eced," ' and It Is further nddod, each one " after ;nn Hiiiu. The great naturalist, Cuvler, thought that the gerniB of all past,, present, and future generations of seeds were con tained one within the other, as If pack ed la a succession of boxes, Other learned men have explained this ' mystery In a different way. Hut what signify all their explanations t Let them explain It as they will, the wonder re mains the same, and we must Btill look upon the reproduction of the seed us a continual miracle. Is there upon earth a machine, la there a palace, Is there even a city, which contains so much thatts wonder ful as le inclosed in a single seed one grain of corn, one little brown apple- seed, one small seed...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MFIEL1). PA., MA1101I 2,-1880. I'l'oi'ossional Curds. JK. J UN KIN, Attorney-aM.aw. New llloomileld, iWry CO., Pa. -Olllca Next door to the residence of Judiie Junkln. 4lt( AM. MAltHlC!,. Attornoy-at-l.nw, New llloniullold, Perry county, Pa. i-tf Oillvu opposlto tlio Mansion Houso.Hiid thros dinr ual of the Pojt-Ullloe. - KWl!) rui'TEit, ATTUUNEV AT LAW, NEW ULOOMKIttLD, I'KKltY. CO., PA. 01alm nroinntly secured collected Wrltlnijauud all IcKal business earefullyattend- i-dto. Jiiyi O' til Altl.Ktf II. MAUL KY, Attorney at Law. I New ItliMimllrld. Perrv do. Pa. "0ltl'.!B tWJ diir,H e,nl o( .ItHeph Hinlth's hotel. AUBiiHt a, 1S72. Will, a.HPONHIjKK, Attorney-at-l.aw, twice ttdjniulitir 111" residence, on Hast Main street, New lilooin Held, Perry eo., Fa. 321y WM. N. HliliSKIlT. Altorney-At-Law, Ntnv llloomileld, Perryao., Pa. IlloiimlleUl, 3 33 1v. r' KW1H POTTErt. notaht FUHI.lO, New Bloom. J field. Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, llouds, MiitaK and Lease carefully prepared...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. MAltClI 23, 1880. A Queer Blackmailer. Somebody In New York lias boon piny, tng nn annoying and cowardly gnme on Rov. Dr. Morgan Dix, reotor of Trinity Protest nut Episcopal chiiroli.ou Uroitdway. At various- times during tbo pant two months proprietors of manufacturing es t.abliRbuiouts In Bt. Lotila, Chicago, Cln olmiall, Cleveland, ColunibtiR, Louisville, Mllwnukoo and Bt. Taul bave received postal cards purporting to be from Dr. Dix, asking tbe fullest Information con cerning tbclr wares, wlileu included every tblng from .tbreshing mnoliltios and (Ire proofs to shotguns and shoes. Proprietors of numinous fernnlo spiuluni Ira were simi larly requested to send catalogues to Dr. , Dix; publishers were requested to send lilui full particulars of aH'kiuds of lllblcs, and pawnbrokers nnd Cbntbntu street clothes dealers vturo largely invited to bring second-hand clothing to his residence. Advertisements tolling pnoplo out of em ployment to call at Mr. D...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

n Ci VOL. XtV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1880.. man 1 MI THE TIMES- An Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBUBHID DVBRT T0B8DAT BY F. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) $1 ISO HU Months " ' 8i) To Bubaorlbers In this County Who pay In Advance, a Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Paid In Advance, 91.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished uponappll- atlon. THE IRISH BOY'S STORY. I'LL TELL you, Blr, a mighty square story. 'Tvvas afther nightfall, and we wor slttin' arund the Are, and the prateea wag boilin', and the noggins of buttermilk was standin' ready for our eupperg, whin a knock kern to the door. " Whist," says my father ; "her's the sogers come upon ua now," says he. " Bad luck to them, the vlllians. I'm afeard they seen a glimmer of the fire thro' the crack In the door," Bays he. " No," says my mother, " for I'm afther hanging an ould sack and my new petticoat agi...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MA11C11 30, 1880. An Old IIorse-Dealer's Talk. TT IS my opinion," Bald Mr. Bishop, X the well-known Bull's Head deal er, who has been for forty years la the business, "that there are no horses in this country to be compared with those that come from Maine. I don't mean, mind you, that nothing comes from anywhere else, for that Isn't so 5 but the Eastern horse wears better than any I have ever seen. Being 'blocky' In build, he has something to run on, while the long-legged, thln-bodled, narrow-headed animal that comes from elsewhere starts off well, And makes a dash, but he'B like a comet that's the end of him. The Maine horse holds his own, and keeps getting better and better all the time, and Is good to the last. I'd rather just have the tail of a Maine horse than a whole horse from anywhere else. That old fellow of mine out there in the wagon is one of them. I drive him for common. Bring him out of the stable any duy,aud he'll make his sixteen miles ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELT), PA., MARCH 30, 1880. RAILROADS, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R,R. A II It 3 K M KNT OF PASSENGER TRAIN8 MAIICH 15lii, 1880. Tralm Lente Hnrrlsburg as Follows t For New York via Allentown, at 6.15, 8.08 ft. m. "'lor IsVw'york via rhllutlelphla and " Bound Brook Uoute," B.2u,lKat Jixp ) " B"d ''VVV.'..".!.'..i. ,r..in. in No Vnvk ftt 12 noon. For HilTailelnhia, at Mft, 6.2" (Past Hxp) .U6, (tlir linmiili c ir), 9.5 a. m., J." " For Heading, at 0.10, .z i For HotfVvilte. Ht 6.1ft. 8 o a. m. antH PO p. m., ami via Bcliiiylh.111 and Bimjuehauna Branch ut a. 40 p. m. For Auburn, via Schuylkill and Busquelianna ftrancli at o.ao a. m. ... For Allentown, at 5.15, 8.05, 9.55 a, m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. in. The 6.15, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. train have through cms for New oik, via Allentowii. TheS.'Sa. in. and 1.4 p. m., tram make close ennueclion at K ending Willi Main Line trains for Kew Vork, via "llouud Brook Route." SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allentown...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

L. AUUMWMSMlt' THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD.TA.. MAHC11 30, 1880. THE TIMES. Keu) meomfleld, ifntreh 30,. 18H0 NOTIUK TO ADVERTISE 118. No Out orFtnreotyr will l huerwd lu tula pw onles" Hunt laoe and on metal haaa. t-WTwenty per rent, in mcwmi of regular rat, wilt beohaweittorailvortlseiuiMita satin Double Column. 1M1TKK TO HDIWt RIBEa H. I, noli at the Airiires on III laiwl of yo nr pir. rh.mniiiir. nt.-n you Km iliwet ntilch : ronrxa. arrlptlnrt lannld. Within weekjaltnr """VtJ nt, K tha date ohanirM. No otl ira receirt la ueoessarv. , Tiie Ways and Means Comml ttee Iim decided to report In favor of r educing ' the duty on bichromate potash fr oin four to two cents per pound, and t 0 place chrome Iron upon the free list. Nkw Jersey legislature has va89ed and the governor has signed the I till pro hlbltlng the sale of liquors to minors under 18 years 61d, without a (v-rlttea . order from their parents. Potter 'County Is temperance . county, and the result Is shown I n the report of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH 30, 1880. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On and after Nov. loth, 1879, Tratni run aa follows I WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Way Pass iilo A.M.I i.ui 8.111 s.w) e.Btt t.M .1 M:ilI;Aro,i fniKOll'AIi HTATIUNH. Jtia El. Mull Tr'n Atl'. Kx. Mm. Auo. I'r'u Tr'u i 00 l'hllaueli'lilil, ItsrrtBbnrw, ItiickviMv, Maryaville, Dtinninnoiii 6.4(1 I 00 r.M P.M. 8.161 1.W 7.(2! 1.80 I. Mi P.M. (.110 .4, I. HO r.m, 10.(6 A.M. 11.00 8 46 8.86 8.11 7.47 7.1I 7.011 0 40 :u 1.17 1. 11 1.6(1 I. UK. O.Dn .w 13. Ml 7.K1 10.JU llally'e Newport MUlerntowll. l'J.tfi 7.07 1.86 8.01 8. IB' I3.-.K .(7 0.411 .m 4.18 11.19 S.07 t.M 7. 0 12.11 .S1 7.80 Tliompaout'n. li. ett O.-W O.MI ''! 7.' 7.4fi Meilr.o, Port Royal. ... Mifflin l.owltown J., Autlerson'a,... Me Veytown,.. N. Hamilton,. HlllltlUKlloU,.. Tyrone, Mtoona 11.411 HUM lu.u 10.40 ll.ll 11 81 ia.i lis 165 r.M. 1:05 11.84 11.04 .19 i.atj 7.W o.ooi 4.911 4.531 8.9(1 6.H4 .' 6.4a; 10.98 6.14 4 (I 4.17 8.27 10.11 9...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

0 Ijiloomfuttr (hiu5. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Uonolieg are fond of Ilmir-pHste, nnd if ten cents' worth of phosphorus Is stirred Into It with a stick, they will, die while entlng It. C J Common house flies may he de stroyed by feeding them with ground black pepper and supar, as much as will lie on a dime, moistened with two teaspoonsml of cream or rich milk, They will eat it, seek the air and die out of doors. tJT Those who make onndles will find it a great Improvement to steep the wicks In lime water and saltpetre and dry them. The flame Is clearer, and the tal low will not run. 64T Wood ashes make an excellent .fertilizer for pear trees. Mixed coal and wood ashes may also he applied with ad A'antage. For fruit trees of all kinds ground bones are better than ferment ing manure. n Restoring Carpets. tfltllpfmnnil flit nf nmmnlllu In nna gallon of warm water will often restore the colors of carpets, ven If injured by cld or alkali. If a celling has been whitewashed with the carpet ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

THE TMIiS, NEW UL00MF1EL1). PA., MAIM III 30, 1880. Professional Curds. JR. JUNKIN. Attorney-at taw, New llloninllelii. I'errveo.. Ve -Ortloe Netl door to the residence efdudge AM. MARKKL, Attorney-at-I.aw, Now H iiolllllelil. t'nl i v enlllltv. Pa MJ'" OiBee opposite the Mansion House, aud leruo doors east 01 the Post-UUlce. J-BWIS VOTXKll, " Al'I'UUN KY AT LAW, NEW BLUOMFIELD, I'EHRV (JO., PA. Claims promptly aemtred collected Writings and all legal business carefully ntlend t to. 6i yl IIIAHI.KH It. HMILKV. Attorney at Law. J New lllnomlleld, Perry Do. Pa. "OMoe two doors e.ut of Joseph Hmllh's hotel. August 2, 187a. I'M. A. HI'ONHI.EH. Attornevat-Law. Olllee adlolnlnn hi residence, on Rasf Main street, New Hloomlleld,l'erryeo., I'a. 8H ly "irM. N. flKIHKKT, Attorney-at-I.aw, VV New Bloomaeld, ferry oo..la. UloomriHld,3 33lT. rKWIs POTTKK, kotart public, New Bloom (........ (1.. tin Deeds, Hoods, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgments taken. All kinds of Pens...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 March 1880

THE TIMES, NKWlUAXMFIELl), PA. MARCH 150, 1880. A Queer Chap. A lioanhoud of bin, contributed by a Now York firm to ilia Herald-Irish relief fund, was bought by a carpenter and builder named It. C. Dexter. In ruTerlng to pur. ihsso the ulo bo said, "I will dump it into the North rlvor, wlioro nil the ale aud rum aud everything that can Intoxicate in this world should ho doposltiHl j but tho au. lediluvlnn Hood would be no ooin)ftrlson, and New York would go out of sight. I would therefore suggest that these damna ble compounds should be distributed Into all the oie aim and rivers throughout the world imd their nianufuoture forever stop lied." A duy or two later he changed his mlud, and fixed A time when he would empty Into tho gutter, saying, " The rea hod for making this change is my rospoot nud sympathy for tho Hah. The good book snys man shall have dominion ovor every thing that orecps, crawls, swims or flies, but no license is given to tntoxiuato 1HU." An iuinieiiHe crowd collec...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

MUM i I WiPf (3 j.' . v A f" t ) , '111 I'M VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBlIBHBn BVERT TUEflDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vwtr (Potrnge Frfe) ft M Blx Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Whopavln Anvxnru anwnnnnt of 2 Ont will bemn1 from th ahnvn tnrnn making subscription within the County, When Tald In Advance, $1.25 IYr Tear. AdrertlslnR rate) furnished nponappll- cation. $eledt Poetry. I MUST WORK. Death worketh, Let me work too j Death nndoeth, Let me do. Bus; as death my work I ply, Till I rest lu the rest of eternity. Time worketh, Let me work too ; Time nndoeth, Let me do. Busy as time my work I ply, Till I rest in the rest of eternity. Sin worketh, Let me work too ; Bin nndoeth, Let me do.. Busy as sin my work I ply, Till I rest in the rest of eternity. Nora's Plot to Win a Husband. SHE was Bitting under the shadow of a fragrant lime tree that over hung a very ancient well, and as the water fell into her pitcher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

2 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFtELD, PA.. AP1UL 0, 1880. THE RIVAL COUSINS ; Oil Frances Vaughan'i Secret. fi "7ES, he loves me; be loves me!" I Frances Vaughan uttered the words almost impatiently, with the vehemence that was a part of her nature when Btrongly moved. Then she glanc ed up at her Cousin Edith. They were so dlflerent,the two women who eat In the cogey room overlooking the lawn at Woodlea, a reach of emerald grass burnished by the May sunflhlne. Cousins on their fathers' side, but the relatlonshly was faintly told In looks. Edith was live years the elder.and proud of her distinctive Vaughan Inheritance. Hhe had always passed for a beauty ; her regal air, her calm, classlo face, her abundant blonde hair, and her exquisite figure, certainly established her claim. Somewhat haughty, but that was in the Vaughan blood. Her grandfather was all the prouder of her for it. Bitting in her crioiBon-cushioned chair she made a very lovely picture, though she roused herself a trifle at her co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

3 RAILROAOS. j PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AUrt AN8BMBNT OF PABBKNGEKTRAIN8 MARC41 lilii, 1880. Trains Leare Harrlsburg as Follows : For New York via AUentown, Itt 6.15, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. For New YorK via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," tf.2u, (Fast Exp.) 8.65 a. m. and l. IS n. in. Through ear arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.15, 6.2ti (Fast Exp) 8.08, (through car), .S5 a. m., 1.45 and 4 Ou p. m. For heading. at 5.15, .20(Fast Exp.) 8.09, 9.65 a. m 1.45,4.1X1, and 8.00 p. m. For Pottsvllle. at 6.15, 8.05 a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via Schuylkill and Busiiuehamia Branch at 8.40 p. m. For Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 6.30 a.m. For AUentown, at 6.15, 8 05, 9.56 a. m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. 1)1. Tha 6.16, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York, via AUentown. The 8.05 a, m, and 143 p. m., trains make close connection at Reading with Main Line trains tor New Yom, via "Bound Brook Route." 8UNDAYS ! . For New Yor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A.. Al'lUIi 0,1880. THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, April (t, 1880. NOTIUK TO ADVERTISERS. Wo Oat nrHlxrmits'p will br Inserted lnttali piper Union. llprhtfoend on metal bus. tTr"TwMity per cent. IneTeess of rerntsr rates, will be ohsnred for advertisements set In iiouhle Column. Mr. J H. Bl' bs, Newspaper Advertlslna; Ag't, 41 Park How. (Times Hulldlnft), New York, is au thorlted to contract for advertisements for this paper at our best rates. ROTtCR TO Hl'IlHClUnEItH. I.onk t the lUiires on the Isbel of your paper. Those Ihrurm tell von the rtnt in irlilcli yon r sub. ri-lpllon ) nnlit. Within a week, slter money Is ant, in If ths date la changed. No other receipt ta neoeaaarr. The house committee on ways and means hat decided to recommend that paper be placed on the free Hat. Dobino Gen, Grant's reception at Houston, Texas, on Monday night, the gas was turned off in the streets, and on the previous night guns to be used In firing a salute were Bplked. The F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

5 THE 'TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-MIDDL11 DIVISION. On and after Nnv. Kith, 178, Trains run follows i WK8TWAHD. KAHTWARD. Way.tull!Aoo. Pais Tr'u Tr'n lJ'nMnlliAtl'. Mm. Htatiomr. CI. l ir'n, El. AOO. 19.no too l'hiladrlphla, HarrtnbHrg, 6.4DI 8KXI A.. S.IHI. a. u t. 10. .M l.M. P.M I. so I. Mi S.llil l.W 7.69 7.83 P.M. A.M. H.OO iff 1.4:1; f Bui 5.40 t a i i uocxvine, Maryivllle, Duucauuon, Bally' , Newport Mlllej-siown, Tl)ursnt'n Mexico , Port Hoyal.,.. MIITIlii,, (.BWlKtOWl) J. Anderton's,.., McVeytown,. ill I 12. 6H lo. so. 8.8S i.M I. ill I9W 7.07 6.67 IMS SKI d.lt 4.19 07 6.4'J M, 4 61 4.17, 8.97 .511 P.M. tit 7. Ill f M .10 i.il j.ia i.i no mm 31 9.11 .s II. 69 II-43 l.W turn i.ao 7.62 I 1 1.97 8.M 4.94 4.SJ t.tii I.H4 .9d 8.00 II. M .I2 S.fc. 11.041 11.18 Il.S-i 13. H 1.16 I.M. (At! 10.85! .SSj I. W .M II. 15 P.M.) Mo! n. Hamilton. , HuntltiKdou,. Tyrone Altnoua 10.11 i.w B.IS1 .16 P.M. H .M. ,"ITT8hTRGH. I:40 8Sr-pittlmrK KxnreM leaves Harrlabnrir at 10.16 p.m. Duncannon ln...

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

THIS TIMES, NEW ft LOOM FIELD, I'A. AllUL 0. 1880. (5 lje Ioomfitlb (lmcs. "house, farm and garden. (3 Common lye of wood aslieo will soften hard putty in a few minutes. CaTlcecan be kept for several hours by wrapping first In several newspapers and then in a blanket. A teaspoonful of conl oll to a gnl Ion of water will destroy the Insects that Infest plants. The fumes of a brimstone match will remove berry stains from a book, paper or engraving. 63T Dry paint is removed by dipping a swab with a handle In a strong solu tion of oxolio acid. It softens it at once. gjr To beat the whites of eggs quick ly put in a pinch of salt. The cooler the eggs the quicker they will froth. Halt cool and also freshens them. Burned Bones for Hens. You cau hardly give to much burned bones to your hens to provide the neces sary amount of lime for eggshells, and the next best thing for that purpose is oyster shells, which can be obtained by the barrel (and generally without cost except taking away at hot...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, PA., AWtlL 0, 1880. 7 rrofcssional Curds. T B.JUNRIN. Attorney at-Law. He Nnw lllDiimllnlil. I'arrvcn.Pa - Omoo Next door to the residence of Judge ,11411111, tOtl AM. MARKKL. Attorney. atl, aw, . New . llloonilltdd. I'm-rv nniltitv. Pa iconics opposite the Mansion Uouse.and tnru doors east of tbe Post-Uluce. r kwis l'oxTKii, AT TO UN KY AT LAW, NBW1JLOOMFIKLD, PKRRV CO., PA. -Claims promptly seoured colleoted all legal business earefiillyatteud Writings a ud ed to. i yi C1IIAULE8 If. HMILKY, Attorney at Law. J New lllnnniltpld. Parr (In. Pa ' " Olfloe two doors east ut Joseph Hmtth's It II tl! I. LA.IIHUSI a, 1872, TM. A.BPONKLEll, Attorney-at-Law. Yy Olllce adjoining Ms residence, on East Main street, New Uloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. 81 ly WM. N. HEinKKT, Attnrney-at-Law, Mew Uloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. Uloomlleld, 8 33 lr. TKWI8 rOTTEK, NOTARt PUBLIC, New Uloom Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Teases carefully prepared and acknowledgments taken. All a-iniis oi ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 April 1880

8 TIIK TIMES, NEW nLOOMFlKLl), PA. AV1UL 0. 1880. The Romnntla Sequel to a Tragical Story. Tne Wilmington, N. C, Star says: Our leaders doubtless remomber the trnglo occurrence Rt Lumboitoti, a' year or ao ago, reMiltliig'.ln tho death of Mr. Kd. bait man, nt the hands of Miss Amelia Llukbaw, In tho parlor of n hotel iu tlmt town, for wliloh deed of revonga hIib whs subsequently tried and aciiuitted on tlio (ilea of temporary Insnnlty, Hut, ncoord kig to the Charlotte Observer, the romance of her life doe not end here, another and pleasnuter inoldent having recently been added to a career which began In lovo and ended In tragedy. That paper continues: During the period of her confinement In the jail at Llmberton, when the only com panion sliu had was hur child, which whs born after the ennotmcmt of the tragedy, she received many letters from sympathetic persons in nil parts of the country, Among her correspondents was A man named Little, wbo.ls represented as a custom-house officer ...

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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