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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

THE TIMKS, NKW BL0OMFIKL1), l'A.. SEPTEMBER 21, 180. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On sn-t After Mniirtny, June II, 1SW. rwmenirer Tremi will ruu luilow.i WENTWAHD. EASTWARD. Wy MalliAoc.Plti.,! l'MKoiVAt Mffl. iJ'niiM.ill rui tr'n Tt'u k. Btations. Aco. Ex. Tr'u 1 f.sn SHillMilliidi-luUla. SOU A. At, P.H V.M.I P. H.I A.M. P.M. 1.811 I. II P.M. t.lHl SIM .) e.vt tni 1. 8(1 j.tol I.iu 10.M: ITArrlsniirir, Msrysvlllf, Uunvmiuou, Amirdiiut .W Ill t.W j.ea 7. S3 .07 in .4 t.ift I 49 J. 17 I. Oil 110.41 J.Otf .14 l. .8 I9.:i (.03 1.4: IS. 4t 19 B. II.H4 S.'l!.l f.lOill.ASl S.IHI H W llAlly's Newport.. ..4.. T.8II .37 1.47 I a? a mi 1.801 i.M T.au l U. lU.M lll.4 MtlllTBtOWU, Miirim :ll.84 T.8H, .4 Lewlstown J. J .41. 1 ,IU IV 18 1.15 Hnntumaon Tyrone Altoou s.m .it S.S7 l.to A M. 1.M ft l& S.BO .m. t:U T.IM rirrsBi'ROH. A.M. P.M. A.M. AM WPIUnlmrir Kinross tesvns Harrlubnrir 10.111 p.m. Dimctnnon M.44 (llK)i Newport I1.V6 () sud Ar rives t riltBlmiKHW.OO A. M. tT"Po...

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. — 21 September 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., SEPTEMBER 21, 1880. Ijc fjlomnfuttr Sinus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Cleaning Floon. A clean kitchen floor Is a very nice thing In a family and every housekeeper aspires to a tidy floor as a criterion of her skill. But some of the good ladles make a nad mistake In their praiseworthy efforts, and make work for themselves, as well bb injure tneir noors, anu Keep them looking grey and dirty. One day I saw a young housewife take her dish of soft soap and spread it over her floor, which had been newly painted but a few weeks before; then she went on her knees and commenced scrubbing with a brush and a hand-mop. Oh, how she did workt and how tired she looked 1 and how her back ached ! I watched her till I could stand it no longer. I said : " Don't you like your painted floor, the reason you are scrubbing the paint off?" " I want to keep it bright and clean ; paint wears off so quick, it hardly pays to get It painted." " I should think not at the rate you t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

SKPTKMlflill 21. 1880. 7 Professional Curds. JOHN OAI.VIN WAI.LI9, Attorney-at-Law, aud Distrust Attorney. New Ulooiulleld, Terry Co.. Fa. yOfllee over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly ud carefully transacted. May 4, lm. r K.JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, . Mew Hloomtteld, 1' - OHloeNext door to the resldei nee of Judge Jnnkln AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law, Hew Bloomtleld, Perry county, Fa. kg" Olllce opposite Hie Mansion Uouso.and three doors oast of the JPost-Wlnce. ' TT EAV18 rOTXKH. ATTOltNEVATiAW, NEW BLOOM FIELD, FERRY CO., PA. rOlalms ptnmptly seonred oolleoted all legal business carofullyattend a yl writings aud dto. HAHLES U. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. I 1 Nau It Mnmttlil . Pflrpv Cn Oo. Pa. OinB two dooM eau ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August 3, 1872 WM. A. SPON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, Olllce adjoining Ills residence, OD East Malnstreet, New Ulooiulleld, Perry oo., Fa. 8 2 ly WM. N. SEIBKUT, Attorney-at-Law, New Ulooiulleld, Perryco., Pa. BloomOold, 3 331V. LEWIS POTTER,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 21, 1880. Strangely Lost at Sea. The steamship England of the National line, one of the largest ocean steamers entering Now York, lost her oommander overboard In a very mysterious way on the night of Sept, 10, when the was Hear ing the Hanks of Newfoundland. Capt. "Win. II. Thompson, the commander, It ap pears, bad not been very well sinoo the steamer left Liverpool, but bad been able to attend to his duties. On the night of Sept. 10 he Was seen to pass the wheelbouse and walk ati That was the last that any body saw him, Capt, Thompson's servant a boy about IS years of age, was the first to discover that be was missing. The ship was then searched from stem to stern, but no traces of the Captain could be found. After about an hour and a half of fruitless search it was concluded that the Captain must Jiave fallen overboard. At that time it was of course usoIcbs to put about and make an attempt at rescue, and so the ship kept on her course. F...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

VOL. XtV. jSTEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1880. NO. 39. THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, It PUBLISHED 1TBRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TERMS I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Postage Free) tl SO lx Months " " 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In Advance, a Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, Whcti Paid in Advance, $1.25 Per Tear. - Advertising rates furnished uponappll eatton. What a Woman Did. BARSTOW'S SIDING is a small station on the G. B. and Western Hallway, and located out on the prairie at the edge of a bit of scrubby woods. The little village of Barstow is about a mile from the Btatlon, and to reach It one has to take a rough road through the woods. The line at this point is perfectly straight, and reaches to the horizon in both directions. These facts are essential to a right understanding of the events that took place at the station one night about a year ago. Old Bam Brltton,...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA.. SEPTEMBER 8f 1880. A Mohawk Legend. THE valley of the Mohawk Is one of the most picturesque and beautiful In the world. And, if it 1 attractive now, what must it have been before its acres were given to tillage and Its moun tain sides robbed of their forest cover ing? At one point a high mountain ends on one side in a terrible precipice of at least two hundred feet, at the base of which the river rolls and tumbles over Its rocky bed. Connected with thta mountain Is a legend which, although never before put in print, still lives in the traditions of the neighborhood. It runs as follows : More than a hundred years ago Brave Dear was one of the youngest and hand somest warriors of a tribe of Indians which dwelt in the Mohawk Valley. 'Tall, straight and powerful, his physical prowess won for him wide fame among his people. Indeed, he and White Beer, the chief's pretty daughter, were the pride aud boast of the tribe; and, as the chief had no eon, the marr...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

Tlllil TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 28, I860. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS !' MAT 10tli7 1880. Trains Leare Harrlsbiirg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 8.15, 8.0S a. m. alFor Nwlv'ork via rtilladelphli. and "Bound Brook ltoute," ..-, (Fast Kxp.) 8.68 a. m. aud Through car arrives In New York at 13 noon. PorPhlTadelnhla, at 6.15. fl.40 (Fast Exp) 8.08, ''ktwm to I 'arFSltvea..SO a.m.and 4.00 p. m., and via Kcliuyklll and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 5.30 a. in. For Allentown, at 6.16, 8.08, 9.50 a. in., 1.46 and "The 6.18, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York, via Allentown. BUNDAY8 t For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, at 8.20 a. m. For Reading, I'lilldelapliia, aud Way Stations, at 1.45 p. m. Trains Leave for Harrlsbiirg as Follows i Leave New York via Alleutown, 8 45 a. m . l.OO "'Leave E'ew York via "Bound Brook Route." and rtilladelphia at 7.45 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. SEPTEMBElt 528, 1880. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, Sept. 28, 1880, NO'PICK TO ADVERTISERS. Ho Cut or Htwotj-pB will be Inserted lu till itr anloM HkM f oe nii ou metal but. r"Twntyptiroont. Innnnn of renuUr him, will be chawed f or advertisements lotiu Double Uoluimi. Mr. J. H. Bases, Newspaper Advertising Ag't, t Park How, (Times Building), New York, is au thorized to contract tor advertisements (or this paper at our best rates. NOTtCK TO fJUIMCRIBER!. l.ook at the nmrmi on the label of your varer. ThoeitKuretpll you I tin rime la niilch yoni-sub erlptlon la pnld. Within i weeka alter money le out, aee If the date Is chinned. Ho other receipt II necessary. The Circulation of The Times uow exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always open for the Inspection of advertisers. The Postofflce Department has Issued a circular to postmasters notlfjiug them that owing to a limited appropriation for clerical service in postofllces it is n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

TUB TIMES, NEW RLOOMPIKLI), PA., SKl'TKMHKR 28, 1880. THE TIMES. Io&il l)eph,i?tneit. PENNSYLVANIA B. E.-1IIDDLE DIVISION. On mt iflff Mom1v, Jilno 81, 1W0, Piienfir Tralut will ruu as touo . , WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WayiMnll.Aco.TIU., ! Tr'uiTr'n lii. PRINCIPAL STATIOKH. Mffl iJ'MiiM.lll Aao. Ex. iXr'u 19 JO .!8l l'hlladclubls. I Hu r.u, I. BO 1.111 A.M. r.M. 1.3(1 I. Ml t.ut .wJr.n.H S.oo lu.9; Hsrrlnhnrw, . 8JI Mryvlllf, 1.8" III 411 Dull I'unnou, Ml Hllnlly' M 11.18 iNewport, T.lo ll.4 Mlllerstown, A.M. not e. s. u r.m, !.! .W .SI I.aa .U7 8.67 S.4B 6.117 (.49 4.17 97 i.td t.UOl S.40 8.4S .U3 on 9.4S T. 4'. 113.8', i.36 9.47 1.97 .37 1 If'l'JJl 8 at ii Hi IU.IW 10. 411 B. 0.1'' 1 1 . IUI I2.1B 6. Til i.u ;:';; iimitniitaon.. 'fc' ; Alteon, la:M! 7.00 IpiTTRIIimdll. A.M..M.;A.M.i A. It U M. ' tlf Pittolmor BfprnM leaves Harrlnlnint at 10.1(1 p.m. Duncamiou 10.44 (tW)i Newport 11.114 (iUh; uU ar rive at flttaliiim at7.00 A. M. rtr-Paolftc Exiirsm Went will top at HunoaimriH at I....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELl), PA., SEl'TEMllEH 28, 1880. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Pigeons on the Farm. No one can visit a.jioultry show with out being at times struck with thegreat numbers and variety of pigeons. It Is notunuMiml to find hundreds of them on eKblbltlou, and a snore of varieties. These have not been favorite birds with farmers, as they regard them as Inclined io pull up corn and soafcter excrement about the barn. As for their reputation for mlfichlef, they are In this respect like other birds, charged with the dnmage done, but not credited with the good they do. Tlgeons are great scavengers, devouring multi tudes of Insects, and among others the canker worms, which do so much dam age to apple trees. Judging from my own experience, which has not been limited, they do four-fold more good than mischief. As for their dirtying the premises, this Is the fault of the farmer. Furnish them a convenient dove cote, and keep tight barns, and the excrement will be found where It ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1EL1), PA., SEFfEMUEll 28, 1880. Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WA1.L13, Attorney at-Law, aud Ulstrtot Attorney. New Uloomlleld, Terry Co.. Pa, sTOfnee over Mortimer's new More. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, luau. JK.JUNKIN. Attorney at-I.aw. New Uloomlleld, Perryeo., Fa. -Oluoe Next door to the residence ot Judge JuuHln. . 2i' AM. MARKKL. Attorney at-Law, . New Hloomtteld, Perry county, Pa. Office oppoalte the Mansion llouse.and .three doors east of the Post-WIlict. T BW1S rOTTKIt, " ATTOBNKY AT LAW) NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1'KHKY CO., PA. WCIalm promptly secured collected Writings and all legal business carefullyattend ed to. " 1" OHAttLES II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, ferry Oo. Pa. sTOni two doors emt ot Joseph Smith's .hotel. Augusta, 1872 HTM. A. 8PONHLEK, Attorney-at-Law, W Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Alain street, New Bloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. 821y w M. N. fiElBEKT.Attorney-at-l.aw, new nioomueiu, i errj...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 September 1880

.... T-, 8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., S1TTEM11EK 28, 1880. n 1-1 i I r- i- Gambling, aaya a Syracuse Courier, la carried on iu Auburu Prison to a great extent. The convicts do not una curds, nil one 'Would suppose those Rro too liable to ileloctlon. They bet oft events, ohnngns of the weather, the time of day, Bad every thing of that cbaraoter. Tbey also "odd and even," ilip," "match," "roll," " throw for the orack," and the like. Convicts are not spposed to carry money, but they do, just the same, and sometimes considerable, They sew their money up In their clothing, aud it is seldom that it is discovered. Occasionally a man will be found with $10 or 1-0 iu coins iu bis coat collar or other parts of his otothing. Thero are pawnbrokers and money-lenders, These crlmiual Hbylocks are more exuding than the "uncles" of the street. If a keeper or guard can be " bought," the con vlots will pay him a good salary right along to perform sorvioes for them, such as bring ing iu papers, t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 October 1880

'flA2N n 1 .TV VOL. XIV. NEJ'W BLOOMFIELD, 1J-A.., TUESDAY, OCTOBEIl 5, 1880. NO. 40. iili; ' THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISH II D BVERT TUBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & 00. TEKMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ne year (Postage Free) II so Bix Months " ' 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Advascr. a Discount of 25 Cents will oe made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When raid In Advance, $1.25 Icr Tear. Advertising rates furnished nponappll eatloD. THE GYPSIES' CAPTIVES. AT the close of a Rummer afternoon, in a cozy room of a small cottage but a few miles from London was seated a solitary person. The .full and rounded chin told of pride and determination that it would be hard to thwart; but the soft lines, that time had formed about the well-cut lips, told, too, of struggles that had been undergone, and battles fought by that resolute character; and the sliver threads closely interspersed among the heavy waves of dark hair suggested -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW llLOOMFIELl), PA.. OtfrOBMt 5, 1880. gresied. All hope was given up, aud fiho felt conscious that Iter end was approaching. One day the eent fur me to visit her. As I entered she dismissed (he nurse who attended her, And motion 'd me to a seat beside her bed. Her voice Wa falut and broken, and I saw t glance that the end was not far off. " Maggie, my child," she said to me with tears in her eyes, " this is the last time we shall ever be alone together. I have wanted to speflk with you for some ;tlme, but I dreaded the ordeal, and, .Maggie, you have avoided it." 8he looked at me keenly, and my eyes Tell before her dying glance. I felt she suspected me. " Maggie, you have the shadow of a great sin resting on your soul. It is watting your life away. Tell me all about it. Is It Is it murder V" "Aunt!" I exclaimed, starting to my feet, "do you believe me bo base V No, 4iy the God who Judges us all, I swear to you that Minnie Lee is safe and well. I am guilty, dear aunt," I...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIKL1), 'PA... OCTOBERS, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARUANOEMENT OF PABSBNGEHTBAINS MAI 10lh7 1880. Trains Leave llarrlsbnrg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at B.15, S.08 a. m. nnt 1.45 p. m. , ., . Kor New York via Philadelphia "Bound Brook Houte," t).4o, (Fast Exp.) 8.5 a. m. aud ' 'lfrr "igh car arrives In New York at 14 noon. For Philadelphia, at 5.19, 6.4M (Kast fcxp) 8.0J, (through oar), .60 a. m 1.45 and 4.00 p. jn. For Heading, at MS, 6 40 (Fast Kip.) 8 05. 9.50 a. m., 1.45, 4.o. aud 8.09 p. m. Forrottsvlne. atM5. S.03, 0.60 a.m. and 4.00 . m., and via Kchuylklll and Busqueiianna ranch at 4.40 p. in. For Auburn, at b.M f. m. For Allentown, at 5.16, 8.05, 9.60 a. m., 1 45 and ''The "Yd, 8.08a. m. and 1.4 p. m. trains have through cars for flew Voik, via Allentown. BUNDAYH : For New York, at B.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5.20 a. m. For heading, VlilMelapli'a, and Way btalions, at 1.45 p. m. Trains Leave for Harrls...

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

THE TIMES, NEW THE TIMES. New Jiloomfield, Oct. 3, 1880. NOTIVJC TO ADVERTISERS. Ito Out or8tsrotyi will h tnsartcd In thll paper ttnlMA llxht f aoe aud on melal bane. VSfTwmty parent tnexima of miliar rat, will b obarxed for ailvertlaemeuta aet lu Double Column. Mr. 4. H. Tut, Newspaper Advertising Ag't, 41 Park How. (Times Building), New York, is au thorized ta contract (or advertisements for this paper at our be.it rates. HOTICK TO eiTllScmiBER!. f .nok at the ntirr on th label of vonr paper. Thoatlirnree tell von ihr diuelo whlcn ysmaiib-aci-lptlon In pnfd. Wltbln I weeka atur moner la tent, see If the date la changed. No- other receipt la neceaaarv. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list la always open for the inspection of advertisers. How to Reduce the Votes. By a law of France, a man who has twice been convicted of open drunken ness, loses his right to vote, to hold of fice or to sit on a jury. A similar law operating here it...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A., OCTOBER 5, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA &. R.-WDDLS KVISION. On and aftr Momlaj-, June tl, IPSO, raaarnirer Trains will rnu mi ioih . WKHTWAUD. EASTWARD. Way i Mull, Arc. Pita. Paai IVnilr'Ui Ki. Mffl iJ'm Mill BTATIONa. i'luiaTelvuiaT A ro. Ei. Tr'n is .so 7. no! 6.W F.W.V B. a. on lu. mi a. w 10.41 jj:!5i,.M M ll.H .1011.4 8.011 18.011 7. an 1 . l :t i t.: l.Mi S 80 P.M A. H r.M A. nr. O.IH' p.. I. It I.W t.ra i.sa .II7 6.57 . 48 8.07 1.49 4.17 a. 97 1.61) 7:M .mi M.4U I.Mi Harrlibnr, i.iki till maryaviliPi jDuucannou, I Aqueduct,... jBally'a Newport Mlllerntown, Mifflin LrwlRtown J., HiintliiKtlon.. 'Tyrone lUtnoua I.Hfi a. in ia.t:i Boa la. 4s 7.41 1 18. H,) t.8i H.4 8.44 1.14 I i.SSl . 1.47 8.37 I.M t.Slli em 7.811, i.tPiia.ii atli.m .; 1 1 .(3 I11.W: III.46I ia.18. !-fci a. hi i.w LIB O.OJ l.M ':' I .00 1. 1 PITTSBURG' II. r.n A.M.,r.M. A.M. A It. tVPHtabitrir Eiprpsa leaves HaTrlatiiinratlo.1ftr.il. Duneaniion lu.44 (nan): Newport 11.06...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 October 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELl), VA.t OCTOBER 5, 1880. f jc $)loomfulb Stmts. w HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. The Sunflower. We often read of the manifold uses to whloh the Palm is put In the countries of which IUb a native. But we have here In America a plant that fills as many re quirements as the palm does for Asia. We allude to the sunflower. Its seed make bv corunreeslon a most excellent table oil, or for any other purpose to which olive oil Is applied. The cake re sulting Is as good for stock as the oil cake of cotton seed. The seeds make fine food for fowls, and promote laying as well as health. They are also fine med leal food for horses, being not only high ly nourishing, but acting freely on the kidneys they promote health by carry lng off the morbid matters of the blood. The leaves make good fodder as well as the tender stalks, and together the whole plant is equal to the Eucalyptus as an antl-malarlal growth. A row of them between a dwelling aud a mill- pond will stop the prevale...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW NLOOMFIELD, PA., OCTOBER), t880. 7 Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALUS, Attorney at-Law, nil District attorney. New Ulnnmlleld. PeTry Co.. fa. onioe over Mortimer' new More. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, law. JK. JUNKIN, Attornayat-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry oo., fa. Oluoe Neat door to the resldeuoe ofJudgj Juuiiln. 4(,tl A. M. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, .... ill ..M..I.I UiiiiKit nmlltff . r.. S.JO.S new DllWHniDiu. innjw j, tj nin nni.n.itB the Mansion House. aud nhree doora east of the Post-OtUce. f EWI8 l'OXTKR, ATTOIINEV AT L.AW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1'KKKY CO., FA. Claims nromotly uiimJ AnllMfltAit Writing's aud all legal It luslness carefully attend- od to 01 jr f riHABLM H-RMtLK Y An orney at ; Law. KJ Now Hioomneia of 'Joseph Binlth's Motel. August 2, 1H72. 1TTM, A.SP0N8LKB, Attorney-at-Law, VV Ofllce adjoining Ills resldeuoe, on Kasl Main street, New Bloomtteld, Ferry ou., Pa. 8 a ly w M. N. HEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, new utoomuoia, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 October 1880

8 A Fool who Wanted a Wife. Mr. Jessop is a widower residing tu Prlncton Ind., and lie wanted a wife, This la nothing ttrnugo a many men have tlie same desire, but Jcaaop believed in the power of a furtune-tellor. lie la a good Dittured man, and possesses aufllolen mon ey to mnko him eligible aa a victim to such aohemo aa waa laid for him. lie told his atory to the Court : " When I first mot Mra. Worton last fall, she wanted to tell my . fortune and aald that she would tell me many things that would benefit me. First she aald she would charge me 9-0, but If tho fortune did not suit she would not oharge me any thing. She explained, however, that It waa necessary to bold In bor band a cortaia urn of money tn ordor to portray and de velop my whole fortune to me. Hlie named the sum of f 0,000. I told ber I did not have bo much money on hand. She then went awAy and stayed a month or two. When she came back she met me in my woollen faotory and aald alio might get along with $3,000. I told...

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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