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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

r THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l.AM NOVEMBER 30, 1880. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA a. E.-UIDDLS DIVISION. On and after Monday, Not. h, 180, PiMMipf Train will run aa follow , WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WayMlliAo.Pita. PlttHfllPAI. STATIONS. i'htUdoluhia, Harrlaburtr, Marvavtllt-. M(tl. J'na M,,tl Aoo. Kx. lr'n Tu A.M. P.M. P.W. . 1.811 180 tut i ll t.ll 8.1S la.tu (.68 C.Ol U,M 4 44 7.4'. 13.40 6.40 7fc! la. to 8.80 .lk ia.su 8.18 ese ii.e 6.4 II I" 6.17 p.m a.M 8.11? 108 8.16 1.84 7:18 A.M. 4.M A.M. raaa ir'u irn ex. 11. So t-0 8.W1 . M P.H p.w. p.n. .) .40 4 J.10.J6 (.32 8.4K till 4. Ml 61M0.SJ 6.16 6.8 !l1.18 8.60 11.91 .M (.01 Diinuannun, AllHP(lUU( 1. 18 (.11 JUS 4.0K 4;m 8.05 7.1)1 7.46! bmly's , jNewport, MlllrHtowu, Mifflin Lewlstowa J. HuntliiKdon. iTyroue 'Aftooua .7 ll)(W M.MI . 8. 00 I1.4X la.llp. 1.18 IB, i.ao Ills 1.15 1.(6 Ml 1 -aii ,.no, HTTHlU'llGH. p.m.Ia.m.iP.m.iA.m.II nr-PadflrKniirn West will stop at DimcaBoim at 4 4" mill at Nnwportatt.il a. m., wlion naiorid. B-sr(loiiiK ...

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. — 30 November 1880

0 THK TlMKfcJ, XKW WLOOMFIELI), PA. NOVEMBER 30, 1880. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. The Peaoh and Where it Originally Came . From. The peach originated in Persia and Nothern India, and le of the same genua as the almond. The nectarine differs from the peach only In being, smooth, while the peach Is downy. It Is a mere varlety.probauly produced and assuredly preserved by cultivation. The freestone peach of the French Is their peche, while the clingstone la the pavic, A remarka ble variety of Chinese origin, has the fruit compressed and flattened, with al most evergreen leaves. The peach is cultivated widely in Southern Europe, in many parts of the East, in South America and Australia, though it baa never, it is believed, attained the perfec tion of the fruit of the United States. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Ohio raise superb peaches and have often orchards containing from 20,000 to 25,000 trees. The quantity of dried peaches is reported to be steadily increasing, whil...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MFIEL1), VA., NOVEMBER 30, 1880. Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WAM.IS, Attorney at-I.aw, and District Attorney. New llloomlleld, Perry Co., Pa. t-Olllon over Mortimer's new stove. All legal business promptly and oarefuiiy transacted. May , mu. JK. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-Law, Nhw Illiminlli'W, Perry oo., Pa. r Oluce Next door to the residence olJ udne rfuutln. AM. MAKKKI-, Attorney-at-Law, New DUmmlleld.'Perry county, Pa. i-T Olllce opposite the Mansion House, and three doors east of tlie Post-tfUloe. r BVT1S I'OTXKK, ATXOltJSKY AT LAW, NKW BLOOMFIKLD, PEKHY CO., PA. srOlalm promptly secured colleoted Wrltlugsaudall leal business oarefullyattend ed to. y' 0" UAKLE81I. HMILKV, Attorney at. Law. New Bloomtield, Perry Co. Pa. Olfl.ce two doors east ot Joseph Hmlth's hotel. (AuKusta, "XXTM. A. BPON8I.EK, Attorney-at-Law, W Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Blooinfleld, Perry co.,Pa. aaiy 11TM. N. BKIBEltT, Attorney-at-Law, y New Bloomtield, Perrye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. NOVEMBER 30, 1880. Daggett's 6oomernng. Whon Congressman: lUKKott flrBt, went to WttHtiliiRton, two yenrg bro, he was. oharged f 10.50 fornxtrti bnggnge nt Omuhn. This Hiignred tbe Congressman so that he vowed to make life a burden for every offloinl ou tbe Union Paolllo and Central PboIIIo railroads. When he got to Wash lugtou he began to ship toiiB and tons of Gongrcmional Jtccords, which ths Union Paolllo and Central Pnoiflo railroads are obliged to carry free of charge, aooordlng to a stipulation with Undo Ham, made when ho granted them so much, of his broad public domain. Daggott . shipped boxes of these documents over' tbe road, addressed to himself and aooompanled by his big frank and tbe words " Congression it1 documents, free." During the first ses sion he sent seventeen tons of this class of matter over the road, and as soon as lie roacbod home be sent it back again. Daggett's big boxes of "Pub. Doos."soou became notorious, and tbe face an...

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. — 7 December 1880

VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IV., TUESDAY, DEOEMBEK;7, 188O. NO. 40. THE TIMES. Id Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBUBHBD BVBRY TUB8DAT BT P. MORTIMER & (X). TEUMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.50 PER YEAH, POSTAGE I'll EE. 80 CTS. I'OII 6 MONTHS. To subscribers resldlnn In thi rouNTY. where we have no postage to ptiv. a discount ol 2S cents from the shove terms will be made It payment Is made In advance. -Advertising rates furnished upon application. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, on Paul Webber, The Detective. CHAPTER I. ON the 27th of October, 1806, the night mail from the north arrived In Lon don, at six o'clock in the morning. Very few passengers stepped from the carriages to the platform, but amongst those few were two who alighted from the same carriage. At a glance it might have been seen thafthey were ladles In the truest sense of the word. She who was first to leave the car riage, however, was evidently the supe rior of the other. Better dressed, and certainly more beautiful ; th...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 December 1880

a KLOOMFIELI), PA;, DECEMBER 7, 1880. Raying;. That Inst iloie of evidence la very Important." " It's the simple truth, sir, and that's all. Miss Mayter herself. Miss Ellen, and Mr. Forbes' friends who came to see him, will be sure to recognize the knife, sir, for It's an odd-looking Instrument, and once seen It could not easily be for gotten." Ills clerk testified that at the time of his death, he, Forbes, could have had no scrip at his chambers ; or indeed, as far as he kuew, any valuable papers what ever. On the very day of his murder, he had bought Controls to the amount of 100 money. "As to scrip or shares belonglngto his clients, and remaining in his hands either for sale or transfer, it is well known that Mr. Forbes never kept these papers even at his City ofllces, but that they were sent up to our bankers' every day at a quarter to four, and redeemed next morning at ten. This was always my business, and I know that the banker was paid for this accommoda tion." Meanwhile, Mar...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.', DECEMBER?, 1880. RAILROADS. . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF FAB8ENGER TRAINS NOVEMIIER 15th, 1880. Trains Leave Harrlaburg ai Follows : For New York via Alleutown, at $.08 i. aud 1,1ft p. m. . , . Kor New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," 6.M, B.ltt a. m. and 1.4ft p. m. Kor Philadelphia, at U.l0, 8.06, (through car), 9.?,0a. m l.lft and 4.ou p. m. , .. . For KeadlnK.at6.U0, 8.08, .60a. m., 1.15,1.00, "vU'pI.fr.'ri'iio lit a no ft ox. 9.80 a.m. and 1.00 & . m., and via Hchuylklll and Susquehanna ranch at 4.10 p. m. Kor Auburn, at 0.30 a. m. For Allentown, aio.uu, w, .".., '"The "s.'os a. m. and 1.15 p. m. train' hate through oars for New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS i For Allentown and Way Stations, at 8.00 a. m. Kor Reading, rhlldelaplUa, and Way Stations, at 1.15 p. m. Trains Leare Tor Harrisburg as Follows i T,eave NewYork via Allentown, 8.45 a. m . 1.00 and 5.80 p. III. Leave New York via "Bound Brook Route." and ...

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

9 4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIHLI). PA., DECEMBER 7, 1880. THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, Dec. T, IS SO. NOTIUK TO AltVKItTISRlt!. Ho Out orHtarpntyps will I limorted liithm iitr Unless light faoa ami ou melal base. W""twiiutr iw enr. In ere of reirHlsr rt, will be ohanrod tor advertisements net In double Uuluimu Mr. J. H. Baku, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 4VPark How, (Times itiillillnir), New Vork, I au thorized to-contract for advertisements lor thin paper at our tier.t rate. KUTIt'K TO HIJIIHURIIIKIIM. I, link at thn nur on Uliol of yotir iir.- Thou.' MioirrutHI .vim I Im linlelo which yon r mill si rlptlnn Ispnltt. Within II weeksaltpr iimiiikv In sent, If tli data Is ubsiurad. No other riwll fts neoessarr. The Circulation of Tiik Timka now exceeds Two Thousand Copies caoh wrvk. Our mailing ltst'ls always own for the .inspection of advertiser. OUR ClUB LIST. Other publications will lie furiiMitHl our Bubscrlbors ot the price Muled : Tut Timui ami Harper's Mammilla it. Mi " ' Daaar 4. i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00ME1EL1), PA., DECEM1JEU7, 1880. 5 THE TIMESd - . - A ?NNSYLVANIA U. E.-UIDDLS DIVISION. On mil after Monday, Nor. BUi, lm, I'saaeUKor Tralna will run as loiinwa . WESTWARD. JtASXtVAnuS Way i Mull, Aco. , PI ttIA I Pbinoipal ii Miri..t'niM.ll Paaa Tr'ui Tr'ti Kx. Stations. Aoo. Kx. Ir'n 11 JO It 9S jriillailcluliia, iHarrisliur, IMaryavtllP, IDuiiuanuuu, Aqueduct Ually'a Newport Milleratuwn, Mifflin Lewlatnwn J. lIimtliiKUun. Tyrone altnoua, ft Bit a. it P.M. 90 v.'r.H.i .on lo w .Ml A.M. urn. t.ib tin e.oa T.4; 7.H2 7 Id P.M. P.M. in in .t t H 0.40 90 D.I8 6.46 1.17 a.69 1. 0 t.Ui I. IK) H.4U I.flul 1.40 4 i.e4i i.n .16 10.68 II.M 111 R 6n 11.91 (Ml II. 4H ia si 13 III 19.40 .l IM.I'U is.su .S7 I n ot) 8.891 4. OH i.m 6. U.1 7. (11 1.46, 11.46 li.oo I.ir I.WIi II. 1": P. Ml t.n'i K.I6j a. 8 l.u 1.M lb I.Ml nn"lfTTU1lt!ll(MI 1:W F.M.Ia.M.IP.M.IA.M. I II A.M.IA.M 1A.M. IWPaclllrF.M'roaa Weat will atop at nunnanuuM at 4 4 and at Niwimi t at 6.11 a. in., wliuu ilaKKi'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 December 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIEIJ), PA. DECEMBER 7, 1880. . HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Intelligent Farming. Intelligence Is a help to every business calling or pursuit. To say that the far mer cannot profit by It as well as any other man, Is tantamount to declaring a premium on Ignorance, and setting up a warfare ngalmit education. More thnn one half of the people of the United HLates are engaged In agriculture, directly or Indirectly supplying food for home and for export. Farming strictly speak' lng, Is the tilling of the soil. Plowing, sowing, planting, mowing, are opera tions which may be performed with a moderate degree of Intelligence. But agriculture is farming with intelligence philosophical, rational, thoughtful, Judicious Btudlous, wise fanning. The agriculturalist Is a high type of man. lie may be a doctor, a lawyer, a nier chant, a banker, a theologian, a states man, a scholar, or a s dentist And in deed he should be a man of large knowledge. He will have use for chem istry, bota...

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

( THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A., DECEMBER 7. 1880. 1 Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WA 1,1,18, Attorney at-Law, autt Dlstrlot Attorney. New llloomtlelcl, Perry Co.. Tn. AW-Olllee over Mortimer's new mora. All legal business promptly a nil carefully transacted. May 4,188U. JK. JUNKlN.Attomey-at-l.aw. New Bloom Held. Perryoo.,Pa. oniee Next door to the residence ol Judge JuuKln. ?!' AM. MARKBti, Attorneyat-Law, New liiountlleld, Perry eottnty, Pa. Olflce opposite the Mansion Uouae.and three doors east of the Po?t-Olllce. T- EW19 l'OTTEH, ATIOUSEV ATUW, NEW BLOOMKIELD, PliKBY CO., PA. WClalms promptly secured ,?nf,at!?!! Wrltlngsaud all legal business earefullyattend. ed to. "yl 0ilAttLB;8lirRMILF.Y, Attorney at Law. New Uloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. rOtuoe two doors eatt of Joseph Smith's hotel. ' Augusta, 1872. lirM. A.BPON8LEK,Attorney-at-Law, W Oltlce adjoining his resldenoe, on Bast Main street, New Bloom Held, Perry oo., Pa. 8 1 J A17"M. N. HE1BKKT, Attorney-at-Law, Y NewBloomUeld...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. DECEMBER 7, 1880. Startling Insurance Frauds. A Rending letter says : Tlio nrroHt of four alleged iiimu slice conspirators bns . created great excitement la this seotlou. Their nRiiies are Dr. L. C. B. Yorgoy, Dr. It, 8. llerinnn, Wellington Blilrey, and 8. Hblory. Tlio prosecutor is William V. Kusor, President of the Prudential Com pany Ilarrisburg. Tho doolois were tlio mod leal exauiiuers in tlio case of Mrs. Reinert, who was henvily insured for about f ifl.OOO when she was ou her death-bed, sufForing with consumption. The doctors were held in f 1,000 to answer at the Jan. nary Sesxions this city. The Bhlreys are first cousins, and bad laige interests in the policies. The Doctors, it is alleged, were also heavily iuteicsted. Tbo woman lived in the backwoods and was not generally known in the neighborhood, sho having been brought up from Phu'nlxville to her father's home to die last Mny. Blie also had another loathsome disease. Within a few weeks 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. — 14 December 1880

1 i i ivl HtHJ S) b-i -.-t.v-Er,, , , ' Jiiiii,.!'-... j -T--TI VOL. XIV. jSTEYV BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 18BO. NO. 50. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLISHED BVKRT TUIBDAT BT F. MORTIMER & (JO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, f t.so fkii yf.au, fostauk nn:r.. 0 CT. FOR JIOJITIH. To subscribers resldlnR in this coiirty, whore we have no postage to pav. a discount of 23 cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made in advance. Advertising rates furnished upon applica tion. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, OK Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUED. TO whose interest was It to kill Gra ham Forbes ? Had bis affianced any wish for bis death ? The faintest common sense was sufficient to. discover that she could have no interest in his death. Bo far from Buspecting Margaret the police engaged in the case experienced, apart from their sense of duty, a desire to track down the assassin, if only to avenge her a victim far more to be pitied than Graham, for his Buffering ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELl), PA. DECEMBER 11, 1880. What a' Listener Heard. A Slory For Parenlg. TWENTY years ago Peter Kaymond owned a hard, stony farm, eighteen miles from Hartford. Ona September evening, about nine o'clock, as he was returning homo from a neighbor's, he suddenly recollected that he had left Ms bridle hanging on a bar. post, by his sheep-bam, when he turned his old white mare Into pasture that afternoon. He sprang over the wall and across the lots, hoping to secure It before any greedy. mawed bovine should make It forever useless for bridle purposes. As he drew near the barn ho thought he heard voices imslde. What any one should be there for, he could not con jecture. He stepped lightly as he could on the uuuiowed rowen and slipped In behind the door which was standing ajar, and listened. .Philip, his eldest son, was there, and CJlnton Dexter, a sou of the man at whose house he had beeu to call. The lads were about of an age both fifteen. Philip was talking when hi...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

RAILROADS. . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8ENGEK THAIN8 NOVEMBER 15lh, 1880. Trains Leave llarrlsbnrg as Follows t Kor New York via AUentown, t 8.08 a. m. and i,4A p. m. . .. . For New York via rhlladelphlfc and "Bound Brook Route," .M), 8.H5 a. in. and Mo p. m. For Philadelphia, at 0.(0, 8.0S, (through car), 9.50 a. m., 1.45 ami 4.0up. ni. For Heading, at 6.00, 8.1V), 9.50 a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and S.0t p. m. For Fottsvllle. at s.w, n.m, w. . m. uu . m i,,i vi Kphiivikill and Husqueliinna ft ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. ror Aiieuiown, ui o.w, o.vu, .w a.m., " '"The' ".OS a. m. and 1.4S p. m. trains bare through cars for New York, via AUentown. 8UNDAV8 t For AUentown and Way Stations, at 6.00 a. m. For Hauling, Phlldelaphia, and Way btatlons, at 1.46 p. m. Trains Leave Tor Harrlsbnrg as Follows t Leave New York via AUentown, 8 45 a. m , 1.00 aud 30 p. in. Leave New Yol k via "Bound Brook Route." and Philadelphia at 7.4ft a, m.. 1.30 and 6.3(1 p. m., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

4 THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, Dec. 14, 18S0. NOTIUK TO ADVKHTI8BK9. Ho Out orfltoroatypd wlllti Inimrted lu thla rpfr Bnlms IlKht raoe ud on mi'UI bus. HTTwenty tmrocnt. , ni.nl 0f rmrular rJ", will be ahancad for advertlsaraenU set In Double Column. Mr. J. H. Baim, Newspaper Advertl-tltiR Ag't, 41 Park Kow, (Times BulltlliiE), New "rk. thorlzed to eontrart for advertisements for tills paper at our best rates. NOTIt'B TO HIIIISC'KIBKItS. Look at the Dmirei on the label of ynnr raper. f hoaefla-nrratell vnu Ihn dnlelo whirl, loninih rrlpllon lanalll. Within weeks alter money la sent, nee If the data la ohanKed. No other raoelpt la neoessarr. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always open for the inspection of advertisers. OUR CLUB LIST. Other publications will be furnished our subscribers at the price stated : Thc Timer and Harper's Magazine, C4.S0 Bazar 4.60 ' ' " " Weekly 4.80 " Onr Little Folks ...W Godes's Lartj 'a Hook 8 00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

THE TIMES.. NEW BLOOMl'IULl), PA.. DK0EM11EK ) 1, 1880. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. S.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On and aftpr Mnnjlay, Not. Bth, 1M0, rwnirr Tralna will niu aa folio. . WESTWARD. BABTWAHD. MIT1. J'ne M,ll A CO. Ex. Tr'u Tio A.M. P.M. P.M. VM 1.80 T .M e.6 l.u mi 1.19 11.69 Ml 1 0ill.ll 6.4 1.47 11.40 1.40 7.8J lil.SU 6.80 7.ll 11.80 (.18 , 1 11.46 6.46 II. 1H 6.17 1.66 6.61 1.07 l.gB .I6 i.fa 7-.Ul A.M. A M A.M. Wsv Paas Km. l'ltH.; Tr'ul Kx. Pmkoipai. Bxations. rhliadelplilaT Harrlabura-. Tfn M 80l t$0 r.H. I. SKI 1.40 .I6 A. If . M.'P.K. .no s.aa 8. 4(1 1 4.80 IK 6.16 6.56 .16 10.26 Maryavillf, Ounrannou, Aqueduct,.... Bally'a 1.64 B.M; 10.69 8.48 09 111 .! Ill 06 l.4 tS.IB 1.16 1.66 S.IKI P.M. 111 i.ai t.sa i7o iMillMiiierstowu, .. NAWnnrl 4. OS 4 no SOS 7.61 7.46 B. W 11.491 ! V ... .wi l.owi.t.lWlt J. I.l! HlinunKOVn,. 1.5:i iTyroue, 1.16. Altnona, !: 7.00 PITTSBURGH. A.M.P.M.!A.M.I rwPaelnc K.ipreaa Went will slop at Uunranuoa at 4 4Hand at Newport at 6.11 a. m.. wlien f...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

THE TIMKS, NKW HLOOM FIELD, PA., DECKMMSIt 1J, 1880. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Road Dust In the Hen House. The extreme and long continued heat of this Rummer, extending as It did late Into the month of September, hag been a prolific source of the multiplication of all kinds of vermin on fowls. Those who were either to Indifferent to adopt plans for the suppression of the pests, or or who are notsufllcently versed in the little convenient tricks of the trade to know how, must sutler pecuniarily, while the poor chickens must bear the burden upon their innocent backs. It is well known that oil in liberal quanti ties is sure death to all Insects. This is due to the stopping up of the breathing openings along the sides of the Insect, like the port holes of a man-of-war. Thus oil causes death by suffocation. well fed animals produce oil enough on their bodies, thus keeping the insects on them in moderate subjection, while ill fed half-starved animals are sure ulti mately to fall a prey to t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EM), PA., DKCKMBKlt 14. 1880. Professional Curds. JOHN CAl.VIN WA1.MS, Attorney at l,aw, mid llstrlct Attorney. - New Ulooinlleld, 1'erry Co., Pa. VOIllo over Mortimer's new Mora. All legal business promptly ami carefully transacted. Aluy 4, ltwu. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-I.aw, New Hloomtleld, l'erry co., F a. - Oinoe Next door to the residence of Judge JuiikIq. iil AM. MARKKIi, Attorney-at-Law, New UloumilHld, terry county, ra. Olflce opposite the Mansion Bouse. and throe doors east oC the fost-WUlce. TT KW13 l'OXTKlt, AX TOHN E V AT I,AW , NEW HLOOMKJELD, I'KHRY CO., PA. r-Claims promptly sooured collected Wiltlngsaudall legul business carefullyaHend. edto. 61 y' 0"UAKLEBH.HMlf.EY, Attorney at Law. New lllooinlleld, Perry Co. Pa. Office two doors east ot Joseph Bin III s hotel. AuKUSt 2, IBiJ. M. A.BPONSI.EIt.Attorney-at-Law, Olllce adjolnlim his resfdence, on East Matnstreet.New Blooiulleld. Terry eo.. l'a. 3 1 ly WM. N. BEIBEKT, Attorney-at Law, NewUlooiuUel...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 December 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW ItLOOMKIELI), l'A , I)E(JEM1VE11 14, 1880. Story of a Bod Quill. Tlio ladies of MUUllcton N. Y., hntl do cldoil to pi'CHOiit a line quilt to their pastor, tt wmi to be nil Autngrnph bed quilt. Every old, young, married, and umnimlod womnn of tlie oongrogiUion wan to donate a fragment of some wearing mnterlnl from which the quilt was to bo made. Then the nutngrnphs of nil the dnnorn or anybody else who oluwe to contribute the small aum of one dime waa to be nkllfully wrought on the patches tu mauy-ciilored Bilk, by the needles of the fairest of the Hook. Work whs brgun on this wonderful quilt two month ago. Long before It was finished the question of who should have the hon or of presenting it to the pastor was the leading one for discussion at the mectlugs of the Indies. When the quilt was com pleted, week before last, the qucBtlou was still undecided. Two prominent young ladieB were rivals for tho honor. Finally, to settle the matter without creating un slsterly fe...

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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