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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 June 1880

5 THE' TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA E. B.-MIEDLE DIVISION. On andafterNov. loth, 1879, Trslua run aafollowai WEHtlVARD. EABTWARD. WrM:ill'Aco. riTr'ii Tr'n J'rnMllAH,. MfTI. Ex. fl'r'u Hi. I Aoo. HXATIONS. i'hiiIaJjliT7 nrrlbnr, Kavkville, 19 ! A. U BOO (.411 P.V.1 e.wi B H 1 P.M I. IPO P.M. 1.80 1 ft. is J. Ml 7.M a. in .ifi pj.i S.IWI tt.tPH .ID 1.17 111 MM, 8.4 e.x , 8.11 ' 7.47 7.M 7.10 7.011 l ..H I.61I I. ox, 6. SI Jiryrlll, Lnturanuon, Bully's, "Nowi'ort Millertitown, Xuoinpsout'n Mextoo, 1'nrt Koyal.... Mifflin Lpwlstnwn J., Anderson's,... MnVeytiiwu,. N. Hmnlltoti,, IIinithiKdou.. 11131 10. HI i.en s.l a 8.36 7.1(7 8.S7 ISM 19.14 7 10 11.11 .4S 8.10, II. 41 II. W 11.4H 11 8' M'l W lll.USl ltP.40, 1 01 I.M 8.311 7.oa D.l'J I 7 8.6 4.31 4.IM 8 3n 8. Ill 7.9U II. H4 (.1)7 II. oi 1.43 9 13 .SO 1119 I1.B1 1.15 :06! 10.85 1.14 I.M 10.11 4 .m 4 17 .37 1. no P.M. 7:40, 51 T.BS Tyronn, ....... AHooda "ITTSBl'llGH. B.51 S.K S.M (1.15 P.M. IS:6 A.M. P.M 1:10 1 rT"Pltliil)nrK Express testes Hsr...

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. — 1 June 1880

THE TIMES NEW HLOOMllELl), PA.. JUNE 1, 1880. 0 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Agricultural Wisdom. Corn alone Is not good feed for any breeding animals. Feed the poorest fodder first and fol- low with a better quality. Three pecks of boiled potatoes, fed a tiny, warm Is n remedy for tllarrliow In cattle. Agricultural crops are like children , they need nursing and careful looking after every day. " The liberal soul shall be fat." This applies In a remarkable degree the fer tilizing of one's field; Mowing the grass oft" every year Im poverishes the soil, while gracing of the sheep will enrich it. September calve escape the trying heat of summer, and can be pushed through the whiter with grain. riant cabbages. If they bring a good price sell them ; if not, feed them to sheep, milch cows and pigs. Keep calves growing well from the first, but do not get them too fat If you wish to have them the best cows. It is as wrong to confine stock with out roots of some kind, as It would be to deprive m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW IILOOM FIELD, l'A., JUNE 1, 1880. Professional Cards. JOHN OAt.VIft WALLI8, Atlorney at Law, aud District Attorney. New Hloomlleld, Perry Co., Pa. r- OMIoe over Mint Imei ' new store. A II legal business promptly and carefully trausaotcd. . May 4, 188U. JK. JUNK.1N, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Ferryeo.Pa. - OHioe Next door to the residence el J u u Junk In. 1 ,: 1' AM. MARK.EL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Ferry county, Pa. if" Olllce opposite tho Mansion Houae.and three doors east of tlie Fost-tfOlce. -riwi8 poTiKii, ATTOHNKY AT UW, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PERRV CO.,PA. rClalms promptly seemed collected Wrltlngsand all legal business carefullyattmid edto. " ' UABI.ES II. SMILEV, Attorney at Law. UA New Bloomlleld; Perry Co. Pa. t-OIIloo two duori ea of Joseph Bin It hi hotel. August 2, 187a HTM. A.8FONSLF.K, Attorney-at-Law, VV Olllce adjolnliiK hl.s resfdenoe, on East Malnstreet,New Bloomlleld, Perry eo.. Pa.--a ly M. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, NewBloointleld. Pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 June 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMtflELD, 1A., JUNE 1, 1880. Found Gagged and Bound. Information has reached Lebanon from ' ear Union Deposit, DaupliUi county, of the flndidR, In an exhausted condition, of Samuel Smith, aDunkard, who resides, lu t.ho handsome brick mansion of Mr. John II. Yingst, cast Cumberland street. Mr. Smith is a son-in-law of Henry 0. Light, and for several dnys has been missing from homo, his whereabouts not being kuowtt to any one. On Sunday while a party of peo ple were coming from a love feast they came upon this almost exhausted man, who had rolled from a steep hill to the foot of it. lie was bound in chains, and was gagged in suoh a manner as to be unable to talk, and a closer examination revealed the fact that the pocket of his vest had been cut out, and in doing this, his side was punctured sufllciently to draw blood and soil his vest and linen. The gag was fastened in his mouth by means of a stout piece of wiie which wns dextrously drawn nround the back of the hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 June 1880

i ii.niii VOL. XIV. INTEW BLOOMFIELD, 3rA., TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 18BO. NO. 21. t' W f i - ' r-t'-' VZ' ft THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVIHT TUHBDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 TEBMB t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One, war (Pontage Free) II TO Blx Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Adtancji. a Discount of 2S Cents will be made from the above terms, mnklug subscription within the County, Wheu 1'ald in Adiance, $1.25 Fer Year. - Advertising rates furnished nponappll-cation. Beating the Detectives. . That Deaf Old Woman. A BITTER December midnight and the up express panting through it's ten minutes rest at Rugby. What with passengers just arriving and passengers just departing ; what with the friends who came to see the last of the depart ing passengers or to meet the arriviug ones, the platform wa9 full enough, I assure you ; and I had some difficulty in making my way from carriage to car riage, even though I find people (almost unconscious perhaps...

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

a. THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA. JUNE 8. 1880. face was as great as uiy own, when I told lilm who had traveled here. "They couldn't have left the train here, at any rate," he said ; and I knew that as well as be did. . ' ' But you have guessed theend. During those few minutes we stopped on 4he line, the two thieves darkening the lamp even after I had left them, and using their own key had left the car riage under cover of the darkness, man aging their escape In their hlack dress out into the blackness of the night as cleverly as they had managed their theft and subsequent concealment. But how could they have depended on this unus ual delay this exquisite opportunity given them In the utter darkness, close to the city yet at no Btatlon V When I officially made my deposition, and ex plained the cause of my stoppage, some thing of the truth seemed to break upon us all ; but It wasn't for a good while that it settled Into a certainty. Then It got clear to everybody that the old scoun...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. R AlLROADSt PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AtRANflKMENTOF PABSENGEB TRAINS MAT 10th, 1880. Trains Leare Harrlsbnrg as Followi : For New York via Allentown, at M5, 8.05 ft. m. and 1.46 p. m. . . . For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koute," 6.4i', (Fast Kip.) 8.5 a. m. and 1.45jp. m. . . . . TnroiiKh car arrives In New York at 14 noon. Korl'hliadclulila, at 6.18, 6.40 (KastKxu) 8.05, (through car), 9.60 a. in., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. For Reading, at MS. 6.4H ( Fast Exp.) 8.05. 0.50 a. rm, 1.45,4.0", and (UXt p. m. ForFottsvllle. at 6.15, 8.05, 9.W a. m. and 4.00 6. m., and Via Bchuylklll and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p.m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Allentown, at 5.15, 8.05, 9.6) a.m., 1.45 and 1.00 p. m. The MB, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through oars for New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS : For New York, at 6.20 a. m, For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5. CO a. m. For Heading, riilldelaohia, ami Way citations, at 1.45 p. m. Trains ...

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

THE TIMES, NEW IILOOMI'IHLI), l'A. JltNU H. 1880. THE "TIMES. JVet Jlloomfield, June 8,18S0. NOTICE TO ADVEKTtSKUS. J Cot orSlrrcntyim v111tinlnort(id In this i i'Pt unions Unlit face ami on mom! banc IWTvonty percent, in picpns nf rrifvd" rsjfs, will be oharKed tot xlvurtiBomoiui wit In Double Column. Mr. 3. It. TUits, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Kow. (Times Building), Nw York, m au thorized to contract for advertisement for tills paper at our best rates. KltTM'R Tn BIlllMCltl HER). l.nitli t (ho fiHxm nn the label nf your raprr. ThoneilKur.'itoll von Mil- rinte to yrhleli nnrmili nri lBlloo Is mild. Within a weeks alter money la cut, see if thu date 1 changed. No other receipt la necessary. Postmaster General Confirmed. The Senate lia9 confirmed Horace Maj-nard to be Postmaster General, vice Key appointed U. 8. Judge. ' The Philadelphia eveuing Star fays, last week we saw a bright, beautiful boy standing before a great audience reciting his exercise with all the promise o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 June 1880

TUB TIMES, NEW BLOOMHEU), I'A. THE TIMES. Io&il D'e pJttm eit. PENNSYLVANIA S. H. H1ITL2 DIVISION. On und nfter Nov. Uth, In;, Trln run follow i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Wnjrl ill!Ara.i 1'niMClPAL HrATioMi. J'n'MllAtI'. lfffl. El. Tr'tl Ex. Aco. ' ir u ir'n 8 00 P.M. riiiladeluhla, linrrlxutii-ir, ltotkvilln. 6.40 :80 A.M. P.M.Ip.m, . 16 1(1.66 f.6"j 4.00 P. V. t.Oll S.49 I l.HU H.clO 8.48 B.J 8.111 7.47 7.SJ tin 7.00 6.40 i:a s.a s.lal l.M O.M i.Cd :! I.DSi 1.80! 1.17 I. II 5 81 .6 0.8S Maryavllle, luncitnuon, Daily's Newport Mllli-rf town, XllOTlltiflUUt'U. Moxleo, Port ltyal.... Mifflin Lowlntown 19 B.I 7.8a; 10.9(1 .M ' J.M 1.9 13 ' 7.07 a.S7 1.35 1.4; .01 113.34 Ml", B.6D 7.1U .43 11. SH 11.4111 II DH II.K4 11.04 10.811 rj.ii 8 lfll 7 SB I). IK .IJ 7.41 7.IW 8.51) 8.66j 4.0l' 4. M 5. Hii .4l ?.; . P. 12 to.). s.uti 1.4'J U.S. 11.13 11.31 IC.l 1.16 t.B&i V.U. ; Aixlernotrfl,... I McV,ij-tmvn,., N. Hamilton, . HilutiliKilou,.. Tyrotti. Altnou 1.14 4 M 4.171 S.37I 9. Ml P.M. 1....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 June 1880

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. JUNE 8, 1880. 'AS HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Pear Blight. It has been shown by careful micro scopic examination In its earliest stages that the disease Is caused by a uiluute fungus which develops In the bark and penetrates Inwardly, destroying the cell structure us It proceeds. The fungus Is so small that the distinguished Investi gator, Dr. J. Glbbens Hunt, under a powerful microscope, could not distin guish the species ; but this Is one of no consequence. This being the cause of the disease, the preventive Is obvious. Any one who Is in a neighborhood liable to blight can have immunity by washing his trees annually with pure linseed oil, sulphur wash or other things that will kill a fungoid spore without Injury to the bark. Of course spores may get Into a crevice where the washes cannot reach, and hence there may bo some cases where, even though the trees be washed, there will be disease. The cause of the disease has been so clearly demonstrated and ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA., JUNE 8. 1880. Professional Curds. JOHN CALVIN WALLI9, Attorney at Law, mid District Attorney. Now BloomHeld, Terry Co., Ta. -Onice over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly aud carefully Irausacted. May i, im. . .1 I- ,. .,..1.11 II I I I TE. JUNK1N, Attorney-at-Law, a Nbw lllonmlleld. Perry 00.. F. r Olllce Next door to tlie resldeuoe olJ udge JUIIKIn. 431.1 AM. MARKKL, Attorney-at-Law, New Dloomlluld, Perry eounty, Pa. i-f Olllce opposite th Mansion Home, and thru doors east of the Post-wnicf. TT KW1S l'OTTKIl, ATTOltNEV AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO..TA. -Clalms promptly secured colleoted Wrltlugsaud all legal business carefullyatteud dto. aayi rltlAHLES 11. BMILEY, Attorney at Law. Nnw lllonmlleld. Perrv Co. Pa Olnia twj doors eu o( Joseph Smith's hotol. i.ugusi , nit XtTH. A.8PONBLER, Attorney-at-Law, Vy Ofllce adJoluliiK Ills residence, on Hast Main street, New BloomHeld, Fori y co., I'a. 8 'i ly 11TM. N. HE1BERT, Attorney-at-L...

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

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A JUNE 8, 1880. A Sermon Hoard Eighty Miles. On Pumliiy n wook the oliuroh of Ilov. Tlio. K. llBoulinr, Elinlni, tea connected with tho UaioMa and Hultcfln ollloe of Wllllanisrimt by telophoue, and n jioitloii if tlin kormoti .totiogmphloiilly reported . for Uio pnpor. The wires of Hie Anwi'lcati Uuiou Telegraph Company, under the mniiiifrctiient of Division Operators II. H. niiondu, of Wlllln,iifiit, and W. N. Enstoibtook, of llinlra, were uacd, and the prsjor, nnmniticeiiieiit of the hymn and text were distinctly heard. Nearly every wind of Uio speaker could be heard la 'VYilllumiipoit dining tho amine of an ordinary Harmon, and tlio imwlo of the or gnu could be heard as plainly ai If it had been only ilfteeu foet away. The ohnroh bolls In Klmlra weio also heard In Wll llamspoit ringing clear and distinct. Tho only drawback to the hearing rioarly every word uttered by Air. lleouhor was when cars and engines were panning over the track of tho Eilo railr...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

ivi iff ' m-j y VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 FUBUSniO BVBBT TUB9DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 TIC11MH I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Post age Free) l TO Six Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Adtawcr. a Discount or 2-1 Cents will Demade from the alxire terms, making subsarlptlon within the County, When Paid in Advance, f 1.25 Ter Year. W Advertising rates furnished uponappll catlon. MIKE FINK. HPHE Last of the Boatman" baa not i. become altogether a mythic per aonage. There are around us those who still remember him as one of flesh and blood, as well as proportions simply human, albeit be lacked somewhat of the herolo in stature, as well as being a " perfect terror," to people ! As regards Mlke.lt has not yet become that favorite question of doubt" Did such ft thing really live?" For have we heard the skeptic inquiry" Did such a thing really dteV" But his death in half a dozen different ways and places has been asserted, and this,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. JUKE 15, 1880. The Governess' Mistake. "IT7IIAT a pretty pencil-case 1" if V V " Yes.. That's what Charl gave roe when lie was . home . at Christmas. Boon be'U be houi to stay all the Bum mer, and then we'll have Tun. i Didn't I have a gay time, though, at the holi days 1 He took , me out slelgh-rldlng and everything else." "He must be a good brother to you. I suppose, though, If he were home all the time, you would quarrel once a day, at least." " O no ! I litter got mad at Charl In my 1Kb. He's too splendid for that." " Have you and your brother always lived here with your grandma K" " Ever since I can remember. , You see, we 'a'n'tgot no father nor mother-" "You should say, 'We haven't Buy father or mother,' my dear." , "All right, then. We haven't got any father nor no motherjand grandma lived all alone In this big house, so we came to live with her. But, goodness 1 grandma's my mother, and Charley's 'most like a father; only he's away at school m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

a RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. AHHAN8EMENT0F PA88ENGEKTB AIN8 MAY lOthT 1880. Trains Leave ltarrlsburg as Follow : Fnr New York via Allentown, at M5, .06 a. m. and 1,4ft p. m. . . . For New York via MilUidelphla and "Bound Brook Houte," 6.u,(Kast Exp.) B.6 a. m. and ' T?ir"!nh car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For rhlladelulila, at 4.18, 8.4o (Fast Exp) 8.05, (through cur), 9.50 a. in.. 1.45 and fwt p. in. For heading, at 5.15, .4U (Fast hxp.) g.05, 9.50 a. m 1.45,4.00, and 8.0S p. m. . . n & . m., and via Hchuvlklll and Busiiuehanna . ... . .. inhiirn At A a 111. For Allentown. at 6.15, 8.05, .6oa. in., 1.45 and 'rhe" "is, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. in. trains hava through curs for New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Nations, a! 5.20 a. m. For Heading, l'hlldelauhia, and Way Stullons, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave for Harrlnburg as Follows I Leave New York via Allentown, 8 45 a. m , 1.00 and 5.30 p. m. Leave New York via...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. JUNE 15, 1880. 4 THE TIMES. mw Bloomfield, June lit, 1880. NOTICK TO ADVEUT19KRS. No Or.t or Rtnrxotyix will bMintrted In this p BnlraB llirht face ud ou metal but), -Twcnljr pr rent. In eicum of rpmilur rtc, will beotaawdCordvortlBeuiiiU petln Double Column. Mr. J. H. Batm, Newipnper Advertlrtnff Ag't, 41 1'ark How. (Time Building), New KorW. is a tliorlztd to contract for advertisements for this paper at our best rates. NOTICE TO RUnaCKIBF.ltS. I.nolilt the flwtirra on the Ubel of your ipm. ThoneUKurpRtnll von the dnte to irhlcli yonfBiH- iitpilon Upnld. Within 1 weeke ltr '". snt, Be If the date i ohauKed. No other receipt tsneoeuarv. Gen. James B. Weaver, of Iowa, had the honor to receive the nomina tion for President on the Greenback ticket, In the Convention held by thut party last week. Gen. Chambers of T exas was named for Vice President. The Republican National Conven tion after a seven day's fight succeeded in making a nomination on the 80th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

c THE TIMES. ' Ipdil Dci)h.tftincit. f m'SYLVANIA a. B. MIDDLB DIVISION. On tnd ltot Nor. lotli, 187P, Train nm follows; WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WaylMnlllAen. i'lFBl'r'ujTr'n VitmmrAii Sxationii. All'. Mffl. Ei. Ago. 10 8.35 I0.M ?:S 7.00 8.40 D 8.3i 8.60 8.58 7.8H 8.51 I 8.16 ,P.M. ll.Sfll a oo Philadelphia, rtrrlbnr, Hockrllle, Maryivllln, DlHU'SUUOU, Holly' Nowpovt, Mlllrratown, Tliompsont'n. Mexico......... Port Royal.... MifTlln Lowlatnwn J.i Amlnrflon'fl,... .MiiVcvtuwn... Mu A. 1. 110 1.13 s.mj 8.36 S.W P.M 1.80 i .i 1.(0 P.M. t.00 P.M. 1.S1I 1.17 1. 11 I.M f.83 1.117. a. mi l .as 1.85 3.611 1315 19.34 U.ll aw 8.57 .1H a. 47 8.01 7.10 Mil1 8. 83 din d.lS 8.07 (.43 K.31 11. 6!) 11. IS a. mi a. 20; 7.3d J.4-S, f.M .M io.o"! 10.40 11 8 1.84 8.65 4.34 4. id 5.30 (.114 t.ao 8.00 11.04 11.13 11.8H 13.18 1.16 1.66 P.M. 10.85 N. Hamilton,. nmittuKilon,,. Tyrone, Altcona 10.11 D.8S1 8.51 8.15 J.f.l P.M. P.M. 13:64 4.U. 8:08111:54 "ITTSEUltOlI. 7:401 1:101 WPItlnhum RxprMwleavpBlfarrliibnr...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

0 THE TIMES NEW BL00M11ELD, PA.. JUNE 15, 1880. Ijc loomficIb hiws. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. A Farmers Experience With Crows. A city paper tells of the experience of a Long Island farmer with crows, ns follows: This farmer founded his anti crow method upon the fact that crows are accustomed to rely upon the scare crows to Inform them of the locality of cornfields. He owned a large farm, part of which was devoted to corn, part to potatoes, part to turnips and part to cabbage. He took the precaution of sowing the seed by moonlight, an hour after the crows' bedtime, so that they could not watch him, and when all was ready he spent nearly an entire forenoon In rigging up an Imposing scarecrow In the turnip field. During the afternoon he noticed that there was a great deal of excitement among the crows, who were earnestly digging for corn and finding none, and about 4 o'clock he saw them desert the field and hold a mass meeting in an elm tree, where they passed reso lutions with all the o...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

7 Professional Cards. TO UN CALVIN WALL18, Attorneyat-Law, M anil District attorney. r n w 1,10011110.111, I riij v.t W OHic over Mortimer's nn w store. All legal uslness promptly and carefully transuded May 4, 188U. New Bloom tteM, jrrry 00., Va. - Office Next door to the residence ol Judge Junk u. W UtUtftr! A .. natt.at.l.il. . New Bloomlleld, Perry county, l-rf Ollice opposite the Mansion House hrea doors east of the Post-Uttlce. Pa. .and T KAV1S l'OTTEB, " ATTORNEY AT liAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA. Claims promptly secured oolleoted Writings and all legal business oarefullyattend dto. Jiy' nninr.m u HMir.RV. Attorusvat Law. I ' hi ' ... .i . 1 .1 1 1 .. rt . I; new inuumufjiu, i ci i j vu. J . Ollije two doors eait (lotiil. o( Joseph Smith's lAUgUSl Z, I81Z Will. A. Ol unnnr,n, vkji lie j nt-un tt . Ollice adjoining his residence, on East a-w.. a ulMtUQI trif A . .., a. t aw Main street, now uioouiueia, xerry co., rn.o iy WM. N. HE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Fe...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 June 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. JUNE 15, 1880. Girls In the Wine Vats. A. resident In Italy vouches for the fol lowing : la tho vineyards In Porugla the glls mount lndders and clip the rich bunch es, dropping thera Into the baskets, With Industrious workers one day is enough to olear an average vineyard. When the grapes aro gathered In they are carefully picked from the stems for the pressing, This Inst process Is the same primitive, simple operation that was performed by the patriarch Nonb. Tho grapes are thrown Into an enormous vat, where the juice is tramped, out of thera by the bare foot. At this stnge of the vintage you may see hundreds of the young ladles of the City of Perugia oomlng forth In groups In the morning, beaming with pleasant mystery and excitement. Your ordinary tourist, whose only lu tellectual and Instructive pabulum Is gath ered from the guide books, Las not the remotest oonccption of their objoct. He may think they nre out for an early consti tutional. But ea...

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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