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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. APRIL 27,1880. (Hie iLHoomfiflo mints. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Farmer's Families. ' Mucli baa been said and written on this subject, poets have loved It and al most every artist lias his oor.y little farmhouse nestled among the trees, cov ered with climbing-roses, and surround ed by the " necessary outbuildings." 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 in a farmhouse and followed its tire some 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 on with but little variation, save on those days on which there was house cleaning or some "extra job " to be done. Then when evening came and we Bat down, thoroughly wearied, what an un utterable longing came over us for some thing more. If (and the tantalizing p...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW IJL00MF1ELI), PA., AP111L 27, 1880. 7 Professional Cards. JE. JUNK.IN, Attorney-at-taw, New Bloom Held, Perryco., Pa. r Ofllce Next duor to the residence ef Judge Juukln. 6tl AM. MARK.EL. Attorney. at-I.aw, i Mew Bloomlleld, Peny county, Pa. t-T" Office opposite the Mansion House. aud threo doors east of the Post-Ulllce. JTBWIS I'OTl'fiB, ATTOBNEVATLAW, NEW BL00MF1ELD, FERRY CO., PA. ar-01alms promptly ananred collected Wrltlugs and all legal business carefully attend ed to. da yl CUABLKS II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law! New Bloomttelri, Perry Co. Pa, r-OIuue two doors east o( Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. TTM. A. SP'ONHLEB, Attorney-at-Law, fy. Olllce adjoining his resldenoe, on East Main street, New iUoomtteld, Perry eo., Pa. 3 i ly WM. N. HEIBERT. Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. Bloomlleld, 3 33 It. LEWIS POTTEK, notabt PUBLIC, New Bloom Held. Perry Co., Pa. 1 W r. .1 l).n..la Un.L.HM n n rl T rm m nm nn..,nll. repared and acknowledgements taken...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., APK1L. 27, 1880. Sermons Heard by Telephone. On Saturday last a telephone was placed in Plymouth Church, (he transmitters be ing nt the back of the Mount of 01 i yen rending desk, and connected with the resi dence of Mr. Alfred E. Poach, of Now York, a brother of Moses S. Beach, and with the house of Mr. Henry Pope at Eliz abeth, N. .T. Yesterday morning, before the oongtegtitlon assembled, a gontletnan tried the Instrument, saying to Elisabeth : " I am standing six feet from the trans mitter, cau you hear me ?" and the reply came back, "We hear you distlncly," With (lie residence of Mr. Beach in this city equally satisfactory communication was assured, aud Mr. Bench enjoyed the ser mon by wire. Mr. Weld, the sexton of the Church, shook his bead gravely when speaking of the introduction of the tele phone. "Iam afraid," said he, "that this wilt be the end of our prosperity asa church, for who will pay fOOO for a pew when he can have a telephone and l...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 May 1880

VOL. XIV. TSTISW BLOOMFIISLD, 1JA.., TUKHDAY, MA.Y 4, 18BO. NO. 11). THE TIMES. 4a Independent Family Newspaper, tl PUBLISHED IVIRY TUIHDAT BT F. M011T 1MEU & (JO. TKH51H t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. On year (Postage Fre) It W Hli Months " " BO To Bubsorlbera in this County Who pity In AnvAKCR. allconnt of feionts will bemads from thn a hove trm, makliiK subscription wlthla the County, Theu l'ald In Advance, 91.25 Per Year. W Advertising rates furnished upnnappll-eatton. elect Vocity. IT MUST COME. Into all Uvea lome rain must fall, Into all eyes some toar dropt start, Whether tbej fall as a gentle shower, Or fall like fire from an achlhg heart. Into all hearts some sorrow must creep, Into all souls tome doubting come Lathing the waves of Life's great deep From dimpling waters to seething foam. Over all paths tome clondt must lower, Under all foot some sharp thorns spring, Tearing the flesh to bitter wounds, Or entering the heart with their bitter sting. ' Upon all brows rough winds...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM HELP, PA. Si AY . 1880. me the will and war about to go, when I laid : " TIier In Just one dlflliiulty. Huppime Charles dutormlnei to defend Hie cane, he might nay thnt It wan a trumped up tale, this will a forgery ; and as he linn pomesslou, I am not ture but that with u good lawyer he would beat lu." "Ah 1 I dou't think lie will attempt to stand when he knowi that I have told you all, Hut In mine he doe then" with sudden energy 'then will I uttond and give evldunoe agalnxt him, ay, even if I have to Maud In the douk bcgldu him. No, no. He muht nud Khali illHgorge his wealth. Yes; that shall be my revenge." Next morning Mr. Hparke and myself went over to Cot'ani, and were ushered Into the prcBenee of Charles. He was not too well ploused to see us, and his manner towards us was brusque and abrupt. " May I aok why I am favored with a call so early In the morning V" he asked with an attempt at hauteur, although I thought that lu reality he was not quite at his eas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW I1L00MF1EU), l'A., MAY 4, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R,R. ARrtANOEMENTOF PA88ENG KKTH AIN3 MARCH 15th, 1880. Trains Leave llarrlsburg as Follows : For New Vol k via Allentown, at B.1S, S.OS . in. Hint l.4f p. in. ... . ,. Kor New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Hrook Houte," il.2u, (Fast Kxp.) 8.06. in. aud ' M'Voiigh car arrives In New York at 13 noon. Kor Philadelphia, at 6.1ft. 8.20 (Kast Kxp) 8.06, (through car), 9.M a. m., 1.4& and flRi p. in. Kor Headliig,ato.lfi,U0('ast KxpO 8.0B. 9.65 a. in.,1.4ft,4.uo. and 8.W) p. m. Kor Pottsvllle. at 6.1ft, 8.U.1 a. m. and 4.W p. m., and via Schuylkill and BiiRiueliaima llraucli at Kor Auburn, via Schuylkill and Busquehanna llranch atft.SOa.in. Kor Allentown, at 5. IB, 8 0S, 9.55 a. in., 1 4ft and 4.00 p. m. . . ... The MS, R.ofl a. m. and 1.46 p. in. train have through cms for New yolk, via Allentown. 1'he H.ofi a. m. and 1.4ft p. lit., trains make close connection at. Heading with Main Line trains for ...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. MAY 4. 1880. 'THE" TIMES. Hew Bloom field, JtSap 4, 1880. NO'PICK TO ADVEUT18EIIH. Ho OntnrKterentrp will tin Inserted Id this paper I1KIII I SOU U(1 Oil lunUII DM6. "Twenty per cent, in of rctr rstes, will IwnhanrcdtorulrfirtlKMUMiU set In liuubleUoluniD. ..Mr.,J. H. Baths. Newspaper Advertising Ag't., (41 Park How. (Tlmm Hulldlng), New York, is au . thnrlzed to contract .fur advertisements lor .this paper ut our beat rates. NOTICE TO fsrilMCHIBERH. l.onlist thf niriircs on tli lshel Jf vnur papm. rhosettmirmtoM von the ln(e l niilrh yoiir.uli. i-rlptlnn Unnlil. Within wuekjatter money Is sent, If the date la chantred. No other reuelpt la neoMBarr. .The briiiebs who were balled for . their appearance at llarrlsburg on Mon day the 20th ult., all made their appcar ance. Judge Pearson In passing sentence said as a man he could pity them, but as a judge he was bound only to .remember that they had been convicted of a serious crime. All the defendants were...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 May 1880

0 THE TIMES. 1 i 1 '-' PENNSYLVANIA B. a.-VHDDLH DIVISION. On nd flot Nov. loth, 1878, Trstni run M followt i WE8TWAIID. WariUnil Aoc. EASTWARD. j'binciipal Station. i'hTlaOeli'liiar Hrrlblir, lint villa, Maryavllle, DuuriiuuoUi Bnlly't Newport Mlllom town, XliomiBout'u. Mexluo Port Itoyal.... MifTlll IjPfflHtcfWU J., J'm Mull Ex. Tr'u Tiii P.M. P.M. j.fttl .lf- 1.17 f.6H I. 11 f.M 13.811 t.w 18.JS 1.07 18. U 8 87 13.11 8.43 II. 69 8.83 11.411 8. IX It 38 4.12 11.84 8.07 11.04 8.42 10.86 8.14 10.11 4 61 0.811 4.17 8.61 8.37 8.16 8.60 A.M. P.M. 7:40 rABSjir'urir'u 11.80 8 00 1:00 A, e.M. P.M. S.IK' 1.13' 1.M. 8.00 ft 4(1 !.80 .4:1 .80 Ul.M 8.46 886 8.13 7.47 7.83 7.18 700 8.40 t.:u 8.36 .8.8:1 8.0H S. DM; If 6.8 8.8S 8.88 1.891 1.86 1.47 I. Oil 8.W 8.30 1.37. I.U i.n.1 4.60 t.WI e.4 1.20! T III P.81 7.SH .) 9.61 lO.lW; 10.40 t.sa 8.00 1.13 e.tii; 8.M1 T.ss' 8.61 8.16 P.M. 1:0 Amleriion'B.... lit! 11.8 18.1 1.16 1.88 r.u. 1:05 McVeytowll ,. N. Hamilton, . Uitnttnirdou,. Tvrnn ltOOna W...

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

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY 4, 1880. ljt !IoomfifIb imts. - HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Raising Seed Potatoes. A correspondent says: CiooJ crops may be grown on a great variety of soils, but it must be borne In mind that a soil that Is adapted to one variety of potatoes is r.ot at all suitable for an other, and the one variety requires to be planted much thicker than another ou the same kind of soil. Hence it is of prime importance to the grower that he should understand the nature of his ground and also of his seed. I always cut my potatoes to a single eye and by making the hills a trifle closer and lesB Beed in each better reftultB are obtained than by throwing in seed by the hand ful. The potato when propagated from the tuber in the usual manner naturally tends to deteriorate and revert to its primatlve condition. The causes which produce deterioration are a continual planting upon the same soil without a change of seed and imperfect cultiva tion. The remedy 1b to procure r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW liLOOMFIELt), PA., MAY I, 1880. Professional Curds. JK. JUNKIN.Attorneyattaw, New nioomileld, Perryco.,Pa. - Odloe Next door to the residence of Judge Jmiktn. 4;,tl AM. MARKKL. Attorney-at-Law, New Uloomlleld, ferry county, Pa. MJ" Olllce opposite the Mansion House, and three doors east of the Post-OUlce. ATTOltNEY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMKIELD, PERRY CO., PA. Claims promptly seonred colleoted Writings aud all legal business earefullynttend edto. oilyl ZIUAKLEfl H. 8M tLKV. Attorney at, Law. j new Hioontneia, rerrr no. ra. V Office two doors east of Joseph Smith's hotel. I August 2, IBi? TT-M. A. BPUN8I.KK, Attorney-at-Law, T y Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street. New Uloomlleld, Perry eo., Pa. 32 ly WM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, New BloomHeld, Perry oo.. Pa. BloomHeld, 3331V. LEWIS POTTER, notabt public New Bloom. Meld. Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of Pension and Bounty nnpers d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 May 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA.. MAY i, 1880. A Cat-astrophe. The Ilaltlmore "Bun" says : A west end man hatl the flat roof of the L of bis house tarred, find when nix or seven oats got on It, the following night, thoy could yell nnd nroh their backs and try to get a pull on all four feet at once, but ttiey couldn't lift thomselvos free, and their singing was frightful, and people in the neighborhood began to chuck things at them, and the owner of the house forgot about the tar and went barefooted and in his robo do milt upon the roof to chase them off and pretty soon he found he couldn't stir, and be began to whoop and swear., and a policeman got a ladder and climbed npon the roof, and when he came up over the edge, on his hands and knees, he had to remain In that posture, and be used very emphatio language. Meantime the bootjacks were fulling in a shower about and upon them, and the man's mother-in-law, in looking out of an upper win dow that overlooked the L roof, to ask them if...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

Mm W r jF J( . :Tj I r, fc' I I - "j' P' I KICK P) ife :;;'t-!1 F' fi li VOL. XtV jSTEW BLOOMFIELD, 1j.A.., TUESDAY, MAY 11, 188. NO. 20. WW THE TIMES. la Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLISHED BVBHT TCB8D1T BT F. MORTIMER & CO. o TEWM8 I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Postage Free) II 8" Six Months " " 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In Abvawcb a Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the Comity, When Paid In Advance, 91.25 Per Tear. Advertising rates furnished uponappll-cation. Deacon Sharpe's Wife's Niece. il "yOU Just look here," said Mrs. For I bearance Sharpe, wife of Deacon Sharpe, of Pentonvllle; "If you stay here, Mercy Lane, you'll have to pay your way. We've seven children of our own to look out for, and the deacon Isn't a very forehanded man. You're fourteen years old now, and you've had all the eddication you'll ever get out of me, I can tell you, once for all. Any gal that can read the Bible and the newspap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

T1IK TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA. MAY 11. 1880. ADotective's Story. The Baby Witness. THE Arnolds lived lit the old brown house whloh you may jet notice at the right of the road just as you enter the village of L , Pennsylvania, from the south. The house stands hack ahout ten rods from the rond, among peach and apple trees, and the little path run ning up from the gate Is bordered with pinks and moss. I should not speak so confidently; It Is five years since I saw the village or the house, and perhaps the awful tragedy euacled under the moss-covered roof one night may have kept the house tenantless, and allowed time to tumble It down. One day, In answer to a telegram sent from the nearest railway station to L , a matter of a dozen miles, I rode into the quaint old village on the top of the stage, and at once reported myself to the town authorities. Every inhab itant of the village, even to the ragged urchin sitting on the tavern porch, carried a grave face and talked In whis pers. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM F1KL1), 14A.. MAY 11, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AHIIASSEMENT OF PABSBNGEIITHAIN8 MAIlCIl 16tii, 1880. Trains Leave Harrlsburg a Follows t For New York vl Allentown, at 6.15, 8.08 ft. m. and 1 4fl p. m. . ,, . For New York via Philadelphia and 'Bound Brook Kuute," (5.2u, (Fast Jixp.) .B5 ft. m. aud ' rVmii!li car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For i'hlladelpliia, at 6.16. 6.2r (bast Exp) 8.06, (through cur), 5.5.r a. in., 1.46 and fun p. m. For Readlim. at 5.16, H.2U( Fa Exp.) 8.05, 9.68 ft. m., 1.46,4.011, and 8.o p. m. For I'otisvllle. at 5.16. 8.o ft. m. and 4.110 p. m., and via Hcliuylklll aud Husciuehaniia Uiuuuh at "'For' Auburn, via Bchuylklll aud Susquehanna Branch atn.3oa.m. For Allentown, at 6.16, 8.05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and ' ifo f.i, 8.05a. m. and 1.45 p. in. tralni have through earn tor Sew York, via Allentown. The K.i 6 a. m. and l.4" p. m., train make close connection at Heading Willi Main Line trains tor New Vork, via "Hound B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW1JL00MFIEL1), PA. MAY 11. 1880. THE TIMES. New liloomfittd, May Ml, ISMi. NOTIOK TO A1VK11T1SK.IIS. Ro Out npHtxrrntyim will r-e liiamrted Itithl. r-ir anlraa llKht (see .ml on uUI bun. fafTwanly iwrnxnt. In ptrm of riwufar rate, will beohntvM toratlvnrllaimitut set in Ionlil)oliiiiin. Mr. J. U. fAtit. Newspaper Artvertlslng Ag't,' 41 Park Riw,(TlmmMlllin), New VotK, I. m thorlxed In cnnttitct fr advertisements fur this paper at our best rate. NOTIl'K TO WlMMCltinEltH. I.nnhst tits rls-nrcs on the Ishnl of your paiwr. Thof iWiiri'n tll vnutlte rintetn tvlitrh rncnattli. arrlpllnntannlit. Wilkin wens; , fur money Is nut, ae If the .Uti I. oliaimcil. No other receipt I. UMXiaa.rv. Standing of the Rnnnbllonn Cnn4ldatcfor President. The ItepulillcanBin twenty-irStieHlntes and 5 Territories have elected dolegntes to the National Convention, and their Presidential preferences are pretty well defined as follows : Blaine 275 ; Grant 201 Miemiau BO ; Waslibume 0 ; KdmunJs 20. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

THK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY 11, 1880. 0 THE TIMES. Lo&il Dcphi'tnicqt. PENNSYLVANIA H. B.-HIDDLB DIVISION. Oil auil slier Nov. loth. IS70, Trains run st follow. WRHTWAttIV KABTWARI). WsyMiill;Aee. P.m Tr'uiTr'n l'RtKmPAL HTATIOSN. rMlotfrTpiiiiC Hsrrlsburg, llnckvllle, Marrsvllle, jllirSnilOU, J'us Mull AtP. Ei. Tr'u Ex. ft.40 1:00 P.M. P.M. P.M. I .flu 4.11 10.66 .17 7.6C II T.M 19. CI 7.89 10. m Hill 7.01 11. U4 0.67 IK IJ.II S.4II ll-IW t.m II. 4)1 4. IK II BH it. II ii. m ii.o7 n.i'2 II. 04 4.4'J 8.8'' m.nr, s.n s.ais III. II 4 61 S.Btl 4.17 ." s.si 11.97 n.iii S.U 9. Ml 11.16 kit. P.M. P.M. 7;40 1:10 ISM I 00 . w A.M. H.OO 8.4S S.W .H T47 1W 7.111 7 IK) 40 S.iM .tit M till P.M. I Hit S.l'l 1.4:1 i.tu B.lll S.Wt S.SI) I.I dUJ i m iislly's Newport Mlllerstown, Tllompflout'U. Mmlco,,. Port Kysl.... Mliriln LewtHtowll J.i Anderson's,.., McVoytown... N. Hamilton,. llltllllltKdoll,.. Tyrnn Altrtous "iTisni'uan. l.BS D.W 7.IU J.Sd 7.41 S.4. Sill I. IS a IS 1.30 10.0" 10.4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

(3 TI1K TIMES NEW IILOOMFIKLI), l'A.. MAY 11, 1880. HOUSE, ,FARM AND GARDEN. Better Hay and Pastures. Any one passing through agricultural dlfitrloU, say In Juue. when the herbage has about or nearly reached its full growth, must notice how much land Is only half or a quarter utilised, by allow lug the unchecked growth of all sorts of weeds. A large proportion of this land is postured, and the way the poor battle have to seek out the little grass from among the overwhelming weeds Is a source of actual sadness. These pasture fields, too, are allowed to go on produc ing noxious weeds for a series, of years without an effort being made to get rid of them by the source made known to the observing farmer frequent cultiva tion. Then, again, we see the same proportion of weeds in many fields from which the cattle hay is to be cut, and this Is done year after year, just as though cows and other cattle would eat the weeds any more readily dry than green. It Is as apjfcuent as the sun at noon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MFIEL1), PA., MAY 11, 1880. Professional Cards. JR. JUNHIN, Attorney -at-I.aw, New Ulooinlteld, Perry CO., Fa. -omo Next door to the residence ef Judge iunkln. 5tl AM. M ARKKL, Attorney-at-Law, New Hloonilteld, Perry county, Pa. Uf Olllce opposite the Mansion Iiouse.and Hires doors east of the Post-Uillce. T" EWI9 I'OTTJtlt, ATTOItNEY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFJELD, PERRY CO., PA. trniilmi nrnmntlT moiired collected Writings aud all legal Business carefully attend ed to. d2yl CHAKLB3 II. SMILEY", Attorney at Law. New BloomUeld, Perry Co. Pa. W Office two doors east o( Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872 TITM. A. HPON8LEK, Attoniey-at-I,aw, VV Olllce adjoining hts residence, on East Malnstreet, New Bloointleld, Perry oo.. Pa. 3il ly AirM. N. BEIBERT. Attorney-at-Law, VV New BloomUeld, Ferry oo.. Pa. Bloointleld, 8 33 lr. LEWIS POTTER, NOTABT PUBLIC, New Bloom. Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 May 1880

B THE TIMES NEW HLOOMFIELD, TA.4 MAY 11, 1880. Narrow Escape From Lynch Lnw. PATRi(BON,N..T.,Mnya.-The German socl ety of Patcrson this morning went n p to the top of Garrett mountain to greet the rising of the biiii as Is usual on the fitat Sunday In May. A parly of young men, among them Joseph Van llouten, a step son of Alderman Swift, of the Paterson municipal board, attempted to cross the lands of William D.tlzell, a farmer, owning the property on the mountain top, which they wereforblddeuto trespass on. They persist ed, however, and young Van llouten was. hot dead by Djilzull, who discharged a gun heavily londed with buckshot point blank into his abdomen. The young man lived but four minutes. The party then pursued Dalzell to his home, where the police were poweiless to protect him. They fired the baru and house and when he came forth they seized him and wore about to bang him to a tree, the rope was in position, when a relnforcment of police arrived and Dalzell and his son, wh...

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