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

VtMsMM,, Tllti ,X1MKS, NEW BLOOM FIULD, PA., AUGUST 17, 1880. THE TIMES. fennsuvasia n. a.-iriDELS division. On i.i fdr Mmnliij-, June It, WO, Passeniror Trlnt will rtm at nou , WK8TWA Ul. Wy Mnl,ri 1'lts.. Tr'n' I'r'nl fci.l BAHTWARD. PniNOtPAL HTATIONfl. MITI iJ'imiM.ill Aoo. Ex. i'l'r'u II W T- no1 P.M.1 1.1)1)1 I. fill 0.CI) I'lilladeliilila, t.nu p. w.P.n. A.M. KIN I.W Ik 8.1W P.M. P.M. .Id 7.W t.Kl 7.119 7. U7 67 .8 .1)7 8. 'J 4.17 K.II7 .M 1:M I s.2-,1 I Mo it. do w.w ID J i .M'lo.4t I.gbUI 9 wi li. in, 7.1(111.4 FTsrrtiibvirp, JJtitiranm u( Anlieiluot,.,, bsily'a I. mi in II u 11.4 g t.4 111 I H7 'ItllM !!.. IC.1S : l.lf.! I I P.M. S Bfi 1.47 8-j; Newport, MfllrRtuwn, MIIIHn l.ewletnwn J., Mtiutlittfdun.. 1 IH IQ I, 5.IKI 13 ll .at) i.ih 7.4UI l.M j S.li ll.'lM n..u u. 6.BU: 111 .nn n.ili 8.61 (.114 7.8U: ! ryrone( Altnoim 1.1' A.M., P. U.i A.M. PITTSBURGH. A.M.I A. U A M. r"PlttJlmrf 15 press lis VPs llirrlsbiirif at 101 . Dnmnuiiou lu.41 (ihw): Newport ll.us (llwi) ud r. r...

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 August 1880

ViLJ ,. ..v a"""'" 1 iii., J r' THE TIMES NEW 11L00MFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 17, 1880. house, faraF0rden7, A Mountain Fruit Farm. Holon Hoblneon writing to the N. Y., Tribune, thus describes a fruit farm in Juniata County; I am spending a few weeks in the beautiful valley f. Juniata, and making frequent rides over tbe bills and among tbe old-fashioned Dutch farmers of this (Perry) and tbe adjoining county of Juniata ; solid, wealthy, unprogresBive , ' as they were an hundred years ago. , Many of them etill live in their hewed fc log-houses, not half as large, handsome, airy or comfortable as their barns, which I have named "agricultural cottages." Nearly all the orchards upon these old farms are of the most unimproved sorts of apples and seedling peaches of late ripening kinds. 'Only now and then a man seems to have thought of trying experiments in growing better sorts, or more than was wanted for family use. The people are farmers in the strictest seiiBe. Gardening and fruit cult ure are...

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

THE TIMES, NEW 1VL00MFIEL1), PA., Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WAU.I8, Attorneyat-Law, aud District Attoriipy. New HlooniflaM, Perry Co.. Pa. 7Olr)ce over Mortlmei's new store. All legal business promptly ami carefully transacted. AUy 4, 18SI). rK. JUN KIN, Attorneyat-Law, New Hluiimllelil, Perry oo., F. AnfflnNlT ilnnl' in Ilia raslilatina nf Judge Juukln AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New nlouinlleld, Perry ootinty.Pa. fcsf OUlue opposite the Mansion llouse.Bnd (ares aoors east 01 tue rost-wwue, TT BW19 l'OTTKK. A'l'TOUNKV ATL.AW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERKY CO., PA. -Claims promptly secured collected Wrltlngsaud all legal business oarefullyattend- edto. d'1 rMiTiurDau uMfT.irv. A t.tornev at Law. 7 HHW I VIII VY. -MrOMoe twu doors ea-t ol Josil. HiiijtlVs (hotel ttTM. A. Sl'ONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, VV onice adjoining liln residence, on East Main stroet, New bloomlleld, Terry oo., fa. Silly w M. N. HE1BKRT, Attorney-at-Law, new Hioomuoiu, rerry oo., ra. Bloomlleld, 3331V. LEWIS POTTEIl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 August 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), l'A.. AUGUST 17, 1880. A Singular Case t-'apt. A. C. Vnog, living in Uie Dublin); I f on hb, West ami Chambers, street New York, on Sunday evonltig rnslied Into the polios IjouiI ijti :ii torn of that city, and in formed Capt. Bllbnrt that Annie, IiIb thir teen ycir-old daughter had disappeared. He Riiid that Annie and her younger brolli or and sister were vrulltitifr nlonjj West Htreet nbout Ave o'clock on that nfternoou when they were mot by a short, thick-act man, with black whl.skoi slightly tinged with Ri'ay, and ubout forty-five years old. Taking Auuie by the lniniJ be persuaded her to accompany hiin. lie led her on board Uie steamer Brjstol, on the Fall Hlv er line. Her brother and sister followed. The atrauger gave them pennies and put them ashore, but would nut allow Annie to land. The steamer salted, and the two younger childicn were left crying on the dock. After hearing this statement, Ccpt. Silbert at once telegraphed to the Chief of Police of...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 August 1880

CmlV .- ?S)SOp VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 18BO. NO. 34. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Kewspnpcr, is published evbrt tubbdat bi F. MORTIMER & CO. TERMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear ( Postage Free) 50 Six Mouths " " 81) To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Apvakck. Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the Comity, When Tald In Advance, $1.25 Per Tear. - Advertising rates furnished npouAppIl -cation. TEMPTED TO MURDER. IF I were to tell you that you are a potential murderer, you would not even be angry with uie you would simply smile at such an absolutely pre posterous notion. And so, in the face of such an accusation, should I have smiled once upon a time. Judge for yourself If I should not have had the right to smile. My name, by the way, la Alfred Lambourn, and I consider my name as of some conse quence to my argument, because I hap pen to be one of a family which can carry back its history for an excep...

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. — 24 August 1880

o. THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 21, 1880. Ill a dozen words, that he who found himself alone on the Carrleks half an hour before the tide turned would be a dead man tn half an hour, for there Was no point among the network of currents which the strongest swimmer could hone to gain. " Who Is It?" I asked. " Could you tellV'' " I couldn't see for sure; but It look- 1 to seem like Lucy Green that keeps company with master Brooks" "A woiimu good God!" In this peril, 'At least, something might possibly be done. As fust as I could cover the ground I was at the coastguard Btatlon, only to And a single old sailor on what was by courtesy called duty, a strong fellow enough, with any quantity of rope on hand ', but what could two men do ? Nothing, certainly, without trying. We could carry to the edge of the cliff rope enough to reach the Carrleks twice over. But that was little. How could a 'woman, even if she had the courage, fasteu herself safely to It, and keep her self from being...

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. — 24 August 1880

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELD, 1A., AUGUST 21. 1880. 7 Professional Curds. JOHN CALVIN WALMS, Attorney at-Law, ami Dlslrlot Attorney. New Hloomlleld, Perry Co.. Ta. sT-Oflloe over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly and caretully transacted. May 4, I8su. JE. JUNKIN.Attorney-at-I.aw, New Bloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. r Office Next door to tlie resldenoe of Judge Junkln. A M. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, ,.I u-l.l l .... n..lllllU Pi I.JS.S new tsiooiuiiBiui j """"j iT (llHo nnnmlta tht M anslon HoUSe.ttUd three doors east of the Post-OUlce. r KW19 POTTfiH. ATTOKNEV ATUW, NEWBLOOMFIELD, PKRRYCO..PA. WOlalms promptly secured collected WrltlUKsaud all legal business carefullyattend edto. A'1 CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Co. Pa. -Oilti:e two doors emt of Joseph Bmllh's hotel. August 2, 18(2. HTM. A.8PONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, W onice adjoining Ills residence, on Mafnstreet, New Bloomtleld, Perry oo., Pa.: East 82 ly ATTM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, W NewB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 August 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. AUGUST 21, 1880. Locked in a Safe. A few days nao, wiys tho Rt. Louis C'lmmlcio, n couple of ollloo boys In tlie Eqiiltnlile Insurance Company rooms, ot the corner of fifth and Oliver HtreoU, were onj;ngod In jilnylng practical Joke on enoh olhor. Tbo door of tlio massive Iron safe stood open, ftiid Em II Unsafe, one of the boys, conceived the Idea of locking his com panion up In It. Quick a (lash lie proceed ed to carry bis Idea into execution, and being the stronger of (lie two, he Boon thrust his frlnnd into the receptacle and tboun'itlessly swung to the ((teat iron door. For b moment or two bo enjoyed tho success of hi iiim', but be suddonly be thought hinuelf ihnt ho had no mentis of extricating bM companion, owing to the combination lock. Ho pulled finntically nt tho little silver knob but succeeded only ia disarranging the combination, and his puny attacks on the iinenive safe were but wastid strength. When (he thoughtless little follow made ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

tf t rear 9 T - J. ..a 4 "... ;.v(..r. 1 I- VOL. XIV. jNTISAV" BLOOMPIELD, !Pi.., TUESDAY, AUGUST 01, 1880. NO. 35. I'-Vl l MI i ins r ) A. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISH BD ITERT TUESDiT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMS i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Pontage Free) l fiO UK Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Advance, a Discount of 2!i Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When raid In Advance, $1.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. The Gipsy's Warning. THE little village of San Pablo, which lies three leagues distant from Mad rid, was once the residence of many proud and opulent familes who have long since passed away from earth. Among muleteers, shepherds and water carriers, one would hardly look for old Spanish grandees, and San Pablo is now only populated by an Ignoble race. At the period of which we write there lived in San Pablo one, Count Rodrigo de Bivas, who claime...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA.. AUGUST 31, 1880. A Very Loving Young Couplo. A FEW days ngo Clina. A. Yerrlngton anil a pretty young woman were arrested at New Haven on the Charge of burglary committed at Norwich, Conn. Young Yerrlngton, who la etlll in hU teens, has been living with Miss Gabel lu the houses of wealthy residents of that city, who were away on summer vacations, since July 5lh. They spent their days and nights In the houses behind closed blluds and drawn curtains living on the luxuries of arlstocratlo larder?. As fur b is known, they visit ed the residences of Eheuezer Learned, Col. C. A. Converse, E. A. Converse, and Mrs. Belden, all among the wealthi est citizens of that town. In these dwellings they drank the choicest wlues and liquors, and smoked costly Turkish tobacco in $'25 meerschaum pipes, and cigarettes In holders of solid gold with amber mouthpieces. When they aban doned the dwellings they took with them the pipes and cigarette holders. Their Identity was b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

AUGUST 31, I860. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ArtttANrJEMENT OF PA88KNG EH TWAINS MAY lOlh, 1880. Trains Lcoto Hnrrlsburg at Follows ! Foj New York via Allcntowu, at f.M. 1.08 . "'rVlSewYork via Philadelphia f"d "J?0""? Brook ltoute," "tUo.ltfast i.xp.) 8.B5 a. m. and '"tfiiwigti car arrive In New York ForlMillad.ilL.lila, at 6.1ft, ( Kf) "w'' (through car), l.S0 a. in., 1.46 and 4.0U p. in. 'orfealliii,atM..4ii(lfast Kip.) 8.05, 9.60 Korl'oltsvlu'e. ato.lB, Hltf. 9.W a.m. and 4.00 ..i . nin,viklll and Husniiehanna Vnn'oh n. i in n in For Auburn, at D.iKI a. in, ranch at .40 p. m. f "r "u u . ' . . ift.,i por Aiieutowu, at u..u, ''The Tin 8.0B a. m. and t.4R p. m. train have through ca for w V, k, via Allentown. BUNDAYH I For Niiw York, at 6.2D a. in, ,.,,. For Allentown and Way (nations, at 6 .", Vor heading, I'hlldelaphla, aud Way Blallons, at 1.46 p. in. Trains Learo Tor Ilarrlslmrg as Follows I Leave New York via Allentown, 8 45 a. in.. 1.00 "Leave K'mv Yoik via -Hou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. AUCIUST 31, 1880. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, Any si HI, 1880. NOTICE TO ADVKIITIKUS. Ro Out or Htereotrpe will b Inaerted In (lilt papur nolesa lUut f aae and uu metal baa. fcsr-Twanty rr unit. In ainnm of regular rates, will b oharmd (ur advertiaenisuU let in Double Uoluwu. Mr. J. H. Batbs, Newspaper Advertising Ag't, 41 Park Row, (Times Bullilfii),New York, is au thorised to contract for advertisements for thin paper at our best rated. NOTICK TO tafJBHCRIBEKt. I.nnkst the fimires on th label of your paper Those Hirm-m toll you lh dnte to which )ni ill. siilpll.ni laiinlil. Within week; alter money la ant, see If the date le cluuured. No other receipt U necessary. The Matne election lu on the 18th of September, a week from next Monday. That will be the first (political gun of the season. On Wednesday, Hon. Horace May nartl appeared at the poet oiTlce depart ment and took the oath of office. Mr. Hayes has signed the commission of Judge D. M. Key, to '...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 31, 1880. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-UICDLB DIVISION. On and after Monday, Jnne l, ISM, FuwcDfrer Trains will tnu toiMiwti WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WiT,Mnl),Aci.,P1tii.,i PnmniPAi, h Mri.J'niM..ll l'ail'r'uiTr'u Kz. Btaiioms. II Aoo. I Hi. lru U.80 .! T. m.Ip.h. 1. 01) 10.46 ami a.W 10.41 -.OHInjva railadelplita, llUrrl-bnri., 6-SO P.M. 1.80 1.11 A. V P.M. 8. IB 1.61 T.W 7.2 .U7 8.67 a. 43 8.07 (.49 4.17 a. 87 1.60 S.IK) ti.il MO l.M I.US l.M .- IB. Mr-viii, Duncinnon, Amieiluct..... ant s.i 8.02 .41 7.8S 1.18 is. 19. 45 13.8 S.4t 6 art . 66111.18. 7.10 11.4ft -.11 .tl lUM I..4B 18.18 118 l.M a. 86 Bxllv'n 1.47 a.ts I.8U bm t.DO newpor., Mllli'rntown, Mifflin l.4 is. in 11.84 11.04, a.oo iia.os -5 I e.u t.a-i T.4H Lewintown J., UiintniKUon. Tyrone, Altoon riTTSBl'RGH. .. a.aj asnl'ariw t.im .M.U.M.P.M.A.M A.M. tVPItMibnrir Err"ll,'", Harrinbiinrst 10.16 p.m. Dnncannon 10.44 tWi Newport 11.06 (IIk) aud. ar riTea at PlttsburH at 7.00 A. M. ITPaetn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIKL1), PA. AUGUST 31. 1880. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Apples. Apples should ba perfectly dry when taken from the trees and kept so until stored away for keeping over winter. When picking use oval-shaped half bushel baskets. The basket may be kept on the arm or a high stool near by, or both, being careful to put none Into the basket but sound, smooth fruit and of fair islze. When the basket Is full carefully pour them Into the bin, and when that Is full, or at night, cover with boards to keepofTth sun and rain. Continue the operation of picking during dry weather until done. Never cover the apples while In the orchard with straw. It makes them too warm, and there is no danger of the fruit being injured by the frost until quite late in the season. They must be kept dry and from the sun. To keep nicely a dry, airy, light cellar and scrupulously clean is absolutely necessary. The sides and celling of the cellar should be cemented with plaster to keep an even tempera...

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. — 31 August 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), l'A., AUGUST 31, 1880. L'rofosHional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLI9, Attorney at-Law, Bin! District Attorney. New Hloomflold. Perry Co., Pa. aT-Oftlce over Mortimer's new mora. All legal business promptly and carefully trausacted. tiny 4, IbsU. JB. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, New Hloomlluld, Perry Co., Pa. ar OfUee Next door to llie residence ofjudge JnuKln. &tl AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomtleld, Perry county, Pa. Mf Olllca opposlto the Mansion House, aud three doors east of the Post-Ulllce. r Evi8 rorxKii, ATTUHNBV AT LAW, NEW BLOOMWELD, PERRY CO., PA. arClalms promptly scoured collected Writings aud all legal business carefullyattend edto. iayl CHARLES H. RMILE1, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Oo. Pa. nr Oltlue two doors eait ot Joseph Smith's hotel. August a, 1872. WM. A. 8PON8LEH, Attorney-at-Law, Omee adjoining his residence, on East Main street. New Bloomtteld, Terry co., Pa. 8 11 ly WM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomtleld, Pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 August 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. AUGUST 31. 1880. Exciting Discussion. An old citizen of Allegany county, JUL, stopped at Baltimore recently on bis wny to this city, and met ft Somerset county man who was also going to Philadelphia. lie wanted to take the 7 o'clock train from the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balti more Railroad's President-street dopot,and got a policeman to wake him up au hour too soon. He ate his breakfast at the depot, and while In the restaurant he met the Somerset man. They got to talking politics over their coffee, and while they talked the 7 o'clock train started, leaving them. They swore they wouldn't miss the 8 o'clock train, and went on talking. They again got deeply Interested in the po litical situation, and stopped In time to see the 8 o'clock train for Philadelphia three squares away and just turning out of sight. They resolved not to go out again, but to " fool around the depot" till the 10.15 train left. Having breakfasted In a big hurry before 7 o'...

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