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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 July 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMPIELD, VA.. JVhY 13, 1880. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA it. s.-midulb division. On and after Nov. loth, 1879. Trains run ai follow i WESTWARD. EA8TWAKU. 1'nixoir!. j;niMa11Atr. Mffl. jTr'Djlr'n (Too P.M. .M. 1.80 t.00 1.4) I. in 1.60 t.&l .tw e.w !.M s.aa .86 8. So 9 47 T.IO 8.01 me 8.18 7. la.BO A.M. 8.1X1 8.12 6.1!' ' 8.1W1 i'hiladcliihia, Ml) 1:80 if HarrtaburK, 1.80 r.m. ' r.M. A.M. O.OO 8.46 8 86 8.11 7.47 7.81 7.18 7 00 40 6.:w t.ii 8.161 10.06 KOCEVUIH, U i.i'HvlllA. T.0K JJllUCAUUOU. p.inya, Newport MUlorntown, 1'bompsout'n. Mexico Port It. !.... 111.68 t.W 10.0 8.W (MID S.18 law I3.U4 111. II 7.07 67 1.58 .48 8.83 j.18 4.12 8.07 4.43 5.14 S.Hl . ft Kl ill. 691 11. 4.1 ii an tu.u" i.w; Lit 11.84 0.19 10. " 11. tl n.m 131 l 11 l.nu.uii','n"7..l 11. 04 8.6 AlldrBOU'S,...jl 4.94 4.6'! 5. 811 MM t.ffll N. Hamilton, . Huntingdon,.. Tvrou AltnoiiA 10.11 4 61 4.17 1.97 .8! 8.51 S.IR A.M. 7.88 8 61 1.58 9.60 8.16 r.u. :H P.M. P.M. P.M ITTBMIRGU. 7:4b 1:I0 p.nu Imp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 July 1880

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. JULY 13, 1880. JSE,JFAR1GARDEN. Resemblance In Stock. Straugwg oftea remark, on looking at a large herd of cattle, that they do not Bee how the owner can tell his calves apart, so many of them look alike. But the owner, If he Is at all observing, will have no trouble In recognizing a resem blance between the calf and Its mother in some way, before the calf is grown. At one time there were several red heif ers In one herd very much alike, and I asked if Blush's heifer was not missing and I went through the herd carefully to look for her. As the cattle walked on my father suddenly called out " Yonder she goes I I can tell her by her walk. She moves exactly like Blush." Though this heifer did not so closely resemble her mother in form, she had precisely the same walk ; and I doubt if there was an animal in the' whole herd that did not have some characteristic in common with Its mother. I remember a very peculiar and mark ed case of recognition of a tra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 July 1880

7 Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLI8, Attorneyat Law, and District Attnrniv. New BloomUeld, Perry Co., Pa. -Ofllce owr Mortimer's new More. All legal nslness promptly and carefully transacted. May 1, 1880. J K.JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomtleld, Perry oo., Pa. - Office Next door to the residence of Judge Junking 46tl AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-I.aw, New llloomtleld, Perry county, Pa. n Olllce opposlltfthe Mansion House, and three door east of the Post-Wflice. , T KW1S rOTTKIl, ATTORNEY AT 1AW, NEW BLOOMFJELD, PKURV CO., PA. yClalma promptly secured collected Writings aud all legal business caretullyattenj. edto. iyi CHARLES II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomueld, Perry Co. Pa. 03" Oltloe two doors east ol Joseph Bmlth's fcotel. August 2, 1872. TITM. A.8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law , W Oltlce adjoining his residence, on East Main street. New Bloomneld, Perry Co., Pa. 3 2 1 j WM. N. HE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, New BloomUeld, Peiryoo.,Pa. Bloomfteld,8 33lY. LEWI8 POTTEU, NOTABT PUB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 July 1880

8 TIIK TIMES NEW ULOOMFIELD, PA.. JULY 13, i860. A Remarkable Meteor. Macon, Ga., Juno 80. Last night, near 13 o'clock, there occurred Id tills region a phenomenon Which for grandeur has not been, ciyinled since the great mo teororlo showers of 180!). Ik might be cull ed a meteoric, solitaire of tbe first water. The night was very dark but the eky was perfectly cloudless and the stars wore brll llaut. Suddenly an Intense light lit the city as if by mnglo. The buildings around the trees,and even the leaves, sprang out of the gloom and quivered in the weird radi auce that shone upon us. The glow was different from any artillolal light we have ever seen. It was not the light of the sun er the moon, nor yet was it gas light yet whiter aud a thousan j times more power ful. In an instant' the trees around wore pictured on the ground, and slowly their black shadows moved past our foot and lengthened behind us. Q Involuntarily every face was turned up ward, and a most striking apparition me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

9 c g) wmmmmtmmm MR i 31 !,!',;.., i ,, ,, il'iil,!;! -Si. VOL. XtV. jNTEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 188O. NO. 20. 1 in - is or THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVBHT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & (JO. o TEHMSt INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vnur (Postage Free) t TO (Six Months " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Advancr. a Discount of 2 Cents will 06 made from the above term, making subscription witliln the County, When Paid in Advance, $1.25 Ter Year. w Advertising rates furnished uponappll-eatlon. Arthur Fairfax's Will. k ND so poor Miss Lucy is disin herited);" " She might as well be. She gets only a paltry five thousand, and Gilbert Fair fax all the rest." "It is very queer that his nephew should have the property Instead of his only daughter's only child. Gilbert Fairfax has got everything in his own hands. He'll have his own servants, too ; and now that he's master of Wood lawn, we that have served his uncle so many years, will have to be turn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

THIS TIMES, NEW HUH) M VI KM), PA. JULY 20, 18Q0. THE STRANGE CLUE. By an Ex-Dctcetlvo. Ill Al) left tbe iMeotl ve , work several years, and Indued had loft London, for When I grew a little tired of the business I was recommended to the authorities of Combestead, a thriving market-town In one of the home conn tie ; and I had a very comfortable situ ation there, having little to do, very good pay, and being head of the borough Police. Of course there Is a great deal of difference between life In the country and life in town, and from a policeman's view It pel Imps appears greater than It does to anybody else ; and whereas I had often wondered how anybody could be detected In London, I was equally surprised to think how anybody could hope to esoape In the country? for, excepting when strangers came down on some carefully planned burglary, we ould nearly always tell where to look for our men If anything went wrong j in short, I knew everybody. As a natter of course, everybody knew me. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

TllE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A JULY 20, 1880. i3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARKANOKMBNT OF r A8SfiNOEKTHAIN8 MAY 10th, 1880. ' Trains Leave Harrlsburg as Follows t For New York via Allantown, al M, 808 a. m. For' New "or via Philadelphia and "Bound , brook Kouta," 8.4o,tFest Kxp.) 8.SS a. m. aud " ifiroliRh ear arrives In New York at 1 J hoon. , For Philadelphia, at Mo. 6.4ii (Fast Kxp) 8.06, (tlirouBh oar), 5.50 a. in., 1.4ft and 4.UU p. in. . ForReadlnK.atrUo.MlHFast Kxp.) 8.08, 9.80 p. m., and via Schuylkill and Husqueliaiiua branch at.40 p. m. For Auburn, at B..W a. In. For Alleutown, at MB, 8 Oft, S.W a. m., 1 46 and 4 "The MS, s.0Sa. m. and 1.4s p. m. tralna have through cars for New Vork, via Allentowu. BUNDAYHt For New York, at S.20 a. m. For Alleutown anil Way HI al Inns, at S.20 a. in. For Heading, l'hlklvlapliia, and Way OtallniiR, at 1.46 p. in. Trains Leave Tor Harrlsburg as Follows I Leave New York via Allentowu, 8 45 a. m . 1.00 "Leave fi'ew'York via "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ItLOOMI'lHM), VA. JULY 20. 1880. THE TIMES. New lUoomfleld, July 20, 1S80. HOTIUK TO AltVKHTISKKS. BoOnl of Htcwntyiie will h Hinnrted In till" iir anlM Until faoe and ou meUi busa. ' W"Twsnty por cfiit. In f pp nf ri-milat rat, will bsohsnretUorailvttrtliicnieiiUi uitlu Ioubl Column. Mr, .?. H. Hair, Newnnaper Advertising Ag't, 41 l'alk Itow, (Times HiiIIiIIiir), New Vmk. I au thorized to contract Cor ndveiilieinvnta (or (Ills paper at out' best rated. KT!OE TO HIIIWIUBEK. I.noU at tho nifitrm nn h labol or your (rr, ThntpWnretc-ll mil Ih f (tnlo lo irlilrh jran r mill i'rltllu la nniil. Wllliln a weeks liter iiinnoy In sent, c if the ltn Is changed. No other receipt la neoeeiarr. The Fhkeman of last week appeared In new type and a new heading, looking as neat as a new pin. It is thus cele brating Its 42nd year. We hope the Judge will be spared to edit the paper as many more years. The TEiuuni.K mine disaster which we report In another column would seem to Indicate t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

TilK TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELI), PA., JULY 20, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. Ji&il Defht4tn(ert. PENl'SYliVANIA B. a.-UIDDLX tlVISION. On mil Hftcr Nut. loth, 187H, Trulim run follows i WKHTWAHP JSABTWARI). Wyi"f:iH Ai'r. l'HlM(!ir.L bTATlUNH.' Hrrl9burir; Iturkvlllv. Atl'. Mffl. Ki. Aoo. BSC P.M. .IU. , 8.88 M !?, 1 00 4(1 8.U8 11.811 too 8.40 P.H A.M. 8. (XI P.M P.M. 8. Ili f.M' 1.6'J i.or 8 r,7 8.48 8.82 8.1V 8.13 8.00 1.80 I.HI 1.4.1 lis: t.au S.8H1 1.IMI 1.481 S.Hi .HI Mnryaf ille, XlltutkUUOU. bally'H Newport....... Millerntown, Thoinpiiuut'n. Mexico Port ltoyal.... M 4 IT 1 1 11 : 13. Ml 8.SI 13.36 13.14 ia.n tl-SH 11.48 .W S.l 1.8V 8.011 1.181 8.2ii 8.37 8.i 8.M I.4lii J.M Bill IU8 I I 8 8.1V I 11.84 8.0' 10.40 11.19 11.84 13.18 US 1.86 P.M. :0S 11.041 S.4'J 8.8- 4.31' 4.831 8.841 Miaernoirs,,.. MiiVT'ytnivil ,.. N. Hitmlltmi, . nniiHiiKdoti,.. Tyrone, AltoouA, ....... 10. ml 8.14 8.58 10.11 4 M 8.811 K.M 8. If. A.M. 4.111 7.S8 3 . '-'T I 8.81 J. Ml. 8.1ft P M.IP.M. 7:401 M0 P. M lite:...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

(5 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 20, 1880. J30USE, FARM AND GARDEN. A Discovery About Corn. A -wi change tells of ft man who plants, two or three weeks after the crop ts planted, a new hill of corn every fif teenth row, each way. And this Is the reason 1 If the weather becomes dry after the filling time, the silk and tassels both become dry and dead. In this condition, If it should become seasona ble, the silk revives and renews its growth, but the tassels do not recover. Then for want of pollen, the new silk is finable to fill the office for which it was designed. The pollen from the re planted corn is then ready to supply pollen, and the filling la completed. He says nearly all the abortive ears so common in corn crops, are caused by the want of pollen, and he has known cars to double their size in this fllllDg. Hardening Butter. A method in practice among the beat butter makers in England for rendering butter firm and solid during hot weather is as follows : Carbonate of s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 20, 1880. 7 Professloua. Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLIS, Attorney at Law, i aud Dlstrlot Attorney. NewDloomtlelrt.PerryCn.. Pa. rOlnc.e over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly aud carefully transacted. May 4, 1881). J I B. JUNKIN, A ttorney-at Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry eo., r"a. r Office Next door tu the residence of Judge J mucin. 6tl A, M. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, Nnw nlomnneld. Perry county. Pa. hOT Office opposite the Mansion Hause.and thro doors east of the Post-Wdlce. r BW19 POTTKB, lTIOttiiEVATl-AW, ' NEWBLOOMFJKLD, FKKRYCO.,PA. n- Claims promptly secured collected Writings aud all legal business carefullyattend edto. t a y CHARLES II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. Office two doors eait ol Joseph Smith's hotel. . August U, 1872. tlTM. A. SPON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, . Vy Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. 82 ly irM. N. BE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, V New Blooml...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 July 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW HLOOMFIELD, PA.. JULY 20, 1880. A Husband Who Says He Is Not Married. A strange story has just come to the Rnrfnco in the counties or Ulster nod luchea, Kew York. Last June a uotioe appeared In the Btipgertiea Tefcgraph under the bend of maniagopi, aunounoing t!ie marriage of Lester Burton, of Tine Orove, lTItr county, to Anna Sclioon inakcr, of Blue Mountain, Duchesa county. Thia week, after an abaonce of three tuontliB, Bin ton returned to Baugei tles, and when hie attention wae called to tbe marriage notice be declared that there was not a particle of truth in it, white the lady, Miss Suhoonmaker, or possibly Mis. Bur ton, positively asseits that every word of it is true. Both parties are intelligent, respectable, good looking and young. The Raugerties Tclegrajih says that tbe f lends of each have perfect confidence in the truth of their rcspectivo statements. There does not appear to be the slightest motive oti the part of either to misrepresent ibe facts, except...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

VOL. 3UV. jSTEW BLOOMFIELD, IPA.., TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1880. NO. 30 ft THE TIMES. n Independent Family Newspaper, IS P0BU8HBD BVERI TUB8DAT BI C MORTIMER & CO. TE11JIS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) II 80 Hix Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Aptancr. aPtscoimt of 2S Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Paid In Advance, 91.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished nponappll cation. The Frenchman's Adventures. BEING destined for a mercantile profession, I was sent, when a youth of fifteen or sixteen, to Bourdeaux, in order to acquire the knowledge for my proposed pursuits, In the counting-house of one of the first establishments in that ancient city. The head of this firm, which was an extremely wealthy one, was M. Durance, a gentleman who, from an old friendship for my father, took me into his own house, and was most parentally kind to me. M. Dur ance was well up in years, round and ruddy in aspe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. JULY 27. 1880. THE STRANGE CLUE. By en Ex-Dotecttve. ' C'O.N'CJATDEJ). IT was a plcturt representing Hie find ing of old Trnpbols, the miser, In the Fortune! of Nigel, The heavy dull room was lighted only by, the candle which tho young tioblemnu held above his head 5 and It appeared to be excel lently painted. But what drew iny attention was, that as a part of the confusion In which the struggle between he old man and his murderers bad placed the, room, the washstand had been upset, hud fallen Into the fireplace, and the ewer had rolled Into the grate, where It was shown as unbroken, althbugh the water was flooding the hoards afl exactly as I had seen the same things five years before so exact ly, that I wbb perfectly sure no chance coincidence had produced the resem blance, but that whoever had painted this picture had seen the room where Mies Parkway was murdered, and had had the features of the scene stamped on his memory. Who so likely to have the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

JULY 27, 1680. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANfJEM feNT OF l'ABBKNOKl TRAINS MAY l6lli7 1880. Trains Leare Harriiiburg as Fellows ( For New York via Allentown, at 5.1S, 06 a. m. aKolr'Nw York Via rhllsddphla and "Bound Brook Route," 6.43, (lrat Exp.) tM k ni. ana ''Vhrmiiih er srrlvM In New York at M noon. Kurl'hlfa.lelpliliM at 6.1ft. 6.4(1 . ftfVSliWteVA. B.TO fcm.and 4.M p. m.. ami via Bctaiiylklll and Huiiqiielisiiiia Branch at 4.40 p. m. For Auburn, at b.Wt a. ni. For Alleutowu,atB.18, 8.05, 11.60 a.m., 145 and '"Xlie 8.05 a.m. and 1.45 p. tn. trains have through cars for New York, via Allentown. BUNDAY8 I For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown iiud Way Htatlon., at 5.20 a. m. Vnr Kvitdlug, l'lilldelapliia, auil Way Stations, at 1.45 p. ni. Trains Lcare for llarrlsburg as Follows I Leave New York via Allentown, 8 45 a. m . 1.00 "iave fi'ew'York via "Bound Ilrook Route." and Philadelphia at T.45 a, m., l.W and 4.00 p. in., ar riving at HarriRDiirH, 1 W, 8.20 nm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JULY 27, 1880. THE TIMES. Few Bloomfleld, July 27, ISfiO. NOTICE TO ADVKKTISKKH. No Out nrRtermityps 111 1 fitirtod iu till i'r ttnlMiillirhtfftoeaud uu metal bM. MTwnnty prornt In xrwm of rtcul" ratM, will bohrxed(oridyrtleiufuU let In MoubleOoliiuni. Mr. J. H. Bvtm, Newspaper Advertising Ag't, 41 1'ark Row, (Times HiiIIiIIiik), New York. M sti thnrlrr d to contract for advertisements lor this paper at our bent rates. NOT ICR TO MUHHCRinF.llH. t.nnk lit thtt IWmf on tli lll of Tonr pinr, Ihon tlmirwi toll vou the rinl lo wlilrli four mill- orlptlon l nnlil. Within weeks ltnr mime? la sent, If lbs data Is ohnned. No other reoelpt Is neoeMsrr. Sixteen lives were IobI by a collision on the Detroit Hlver Thursday evening, Hon. FnANK E. Beltziiover, has been re-nomlnated for Congress from the district comprising York, Adams and Cumberland counties. A oun-TONQt'ED fellow has been driving through Western villages with a splendid pair of horses putting up a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMPIKLl), PA.. JULY 27. 1K80. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. S.-MIDDL3 DIVISION. On ami aftr Monday, Jun si, 1W0. raaarnseS Traiua will rnu a ruiin. WESTWARD. KABTWARD. WajriMatliAco.irlf. i I'lllKdlPAL Stations. MfTI. i.T'tmiM.ill A oo. Ki. Tr'u raaa iru Tr'u . II M MO riiliaitelylila7' Rarrlaunnr, Hiwkvllle, flaryayllli.,' IllUCallUOU, lallr'a Newport Miller town, Tuouipaout'u, 6leileo(. ....... Port Itoyal.... MIITIIl Lewiatown J., Anflarann'a,,,, MuVHS'tnwn,,, N. Hamlltou,. HutlttllKllou,., Tyrone Altooua kBo r.H. I. mi A.M A. It P.M. a. Ill i.W .M .Ml .W7 1.67 48 1.88 6.18 4.19 S.U7 1.41 II 14 4 51 4.17 1.31 9. Ml P.M. 7:lffl I.IKI .ill r.M. 1.81) . p. v I. mi 10. 9 r.N.I Hill 146: 6 4N 1.17 111 I as I. Ill S.40 .mi. t an 6 w n ha ln.lt KU'J f .47 1 u 19. IW HI a 87 PHI S.M a. as i.ao 1.47 Ml II. Ill 78JIH.84 ! Kiia.ll J. Ill 1:8 Oil 1U.UU '7 ' H.4S s.iw.ll an I0. t.MI 1 1 .IH TTa 11.84 litis lit 5.68 r.M. 8:60 4.94! 4 bj .an S.84 1.ll 10 M 10.11 I. IB I. Ml n.iwi...

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

0 THE TIMES NEW liLOOM FIELD, FA., JULY 27, 1880. mt IomnfUIfr .pints. "house, farm and garden. A City Saved by Milk Maltls. The Spaniards, In 'one of their wars In the Low Countries, Intended to besiege the city of Dort, and accordingly planted some thousands of soldiers In ambush, to be ready for the attack when the p. portunlty might offer. On the confines of the city lived a rrch farmer, who kept a number of cows in his grounds to fur nish the city with milk and butter. Ills mllk-nialds, at the time, coming to milk the oows, saw under the hedges the soldiers lying in ambush, but seem ed to take no notice, and having com pleted their task, went away, singing merrily. On coming to their master's house, they told him what they had seen. The farmer astonished at the news, took with him the one who had been most active to a burgomaster at Dort, who immediately sent a spy to ascertain the truth of the story. Finding the report correct, he began to prepare for safety, and Instantly sen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELI), PA., JULY 27. 1880. Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALL1S, Attorney at-Law, anil District Attorney. New itloomlleld. Perry Co.. Pa. AttrOffloe over Mortimer's new Morn. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, lW. JR. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-I.aw, . New Bloomlleld, Perry eo.. Pa. -0(Uee Neit door to tlie residence of Judge . Junk! n, . AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry oounty, Pa. otHeo opposite tho Mansion House.and tihree doors east of the Poit-fflce. . . T" KW18 l'OXTKU, ' AIl'OUNBV AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TERBV CO., PA. Clalms promptly secured collected , Writings and all legal business carefullyattend. od to. 42 yl VHABLEB II. SMILEY, Attorney l ; Law. y Co. Pa. li Bmlth's ,u . I . . .. .. nut it t .Tiwattl HHW niuuiuuriui vi lotel. August 2,1872. 'M. A. SPONSLEIt, Attorney-at-Law, TV Olllce aajoining nu rosiuouoo, uu mnoi Main street. New Bloomlleld . Perry eo., Pa. 3 2 ly A1TM. N. 8EIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, VV New B...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 July 1880

H THE TIMES NEW ' KLOOMFIELD, PA.. JULY 27, 1880. A Sensible Wife. A curious case of fanaticism and relig ious persecution turned up the other dny in Nw York. A sensible English woman some years ago married an Italian named Tarantino, and tliey Lad two children. A few week ago Tarantino fell in with tfce Salvation Army, was said to be convert ed, and Vented the house 87 Waverly street with Rsv. J. E. Iivlue, of the Sal vation Army, and they called it an orphan age. Tarantino became such an enthusiast that he stoppd providing for bis wife and children, and said he was satisfied with hla life in the streets as amember of the Sal vation Army. He told hU wife to join. She wouldn't Join and trot around New York with them, so they denouncd her aa mi infidel and a lunatic, and threatened to put her in an asylum. She disappeared with ber two children. Her busbaud and Irvine described her to the police as a run-, away lunatics, but they found her only next door, at No. 83, with a friend. Her...

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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