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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

TUB TIMES, NEW IIUK)MKIEM), FA.. JANUARY I. IH81. TIMES. . . ...... PINN3YLVANIA It. R.-VIIDDLB DIVISION. in ml Hf t,.r Mimilny, Nov, Train will run a muoe.. till, Man, 1'anacntci'r WICHl'WAIll). AMi wiiiii " Mm i.I'il M .il t" I" wr Pass Mall, Tr'n Tr'n Ki.i I'MIKI'IPll. H'tAtlONM. li.lKI rim a. u r.M. . . ,l'liilmlrlililR, a tr.i r.M l mi in .im km . 1 10 1 jiu.Mi'llarrishniir, t.M. .IN M Ml IM P.M. J no t.n Sim 44 11.4(1 M UK Din ft. 40 17 H.M u .IU I.KI j.M Marysvllli' PiiO.M 1. Ml Kill .iw'll.H, .M II HI d.UII 114' Olim'SUIlOU, AiiutMltiel,.,,, bully's Newport Mllleralnwiii lllll llli I.ewmtnWII J. ill) It id li . lll.W I0.4ll II.IH III l.U DM r.H. D.ll i.m 7 4' 19.411 7.HV l 111 liU J in; iii vii OS HU , it'll. 4t IS.OM Ml I" I l;l 11 n ii 1 1 iik ilon . Plil' k.iii Ml I nn i yrniin U.Mi Allium t oo! t'l'I't'Hltll ItU II. .46i 1:11 A.M.'P.M A.M. 1 1 AM AM. IVI'ii'lllr Kipr Went will tnp at liiiiiesmum t. 41 nun l Newport at . 1 1 a. in., wiieu iinmki'u. w-Uolo Weal, the Way I'...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA., JANUARY 4, 1881. (pc IjUoomficIfc imts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Tale or Dog. Dog atorleg have become so common and so marvelouit an to obtain little more credence than " ilsh stories," butthefol lowing la go well voucbed for as to leave no possible doubt for its truth. A lady in Lowell owu a very Intelligent dog of which alie desired much to have a picture. Hlio accordingly took hi in to photographlo gallery and with the as sistance of the artist endeavored to make her pet take and keep a suitable position before the camera. Hut the spoiled dog was in an unaccommodat ing mood that morning and after repeat ed trials the attempt to conquer him was abandoned in despair. " Go home" the lady said at last, pointing to the door, " you are a bad, naughty, naughty dog." The culprit changed Instantly his saucy manner, and dropping his tall between his legs, slunk away in confu sion. All the rest of the day he seemed to realize that lie was In disgrace, crouchi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW liLOOMFIELl), PA., JANUARY A, 1881. Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WAM.ta, Attorney at Law, and District Attumxy. New Mlimmllelil. Pony 0., Pa. ruffles over Mortimer's new mine. All lennl business promptly uuil carefully transacted. May 4, 1M0. JK. JUNK.IN, Attorney-at-Law, w lliuomileld, Perryco., Pa. Olllce Next iluor to Ui residence of Judxe JuiikIu. -' A. M. MAItltKI., Attorney-at-Law, k. New HluoinilelU, Perry county, I -jtill.... .......... Itn hu Vl u ..al.ltl II (HIAA,! Pa. Ittlicl thro doors oust of lUe Post-UUlce T" EW1S l'OTXKH, A'l'XOUNiEt AT LAW, NEW ULUOMKIKI.l), PKltRY CO., PA. -Clalm promptly secured collected Wrlttngsandall lcxal business carefully ulte d dto. . OUARLKS II. HMILKY, Attorney at W New llloomlleUl, Perry t Law. rv (In. Pa. OIllJO two Ujurn east o( Joseph Smith's WM. A. 8PON8LEK, Attorney-at-Law, Otltce adJomliiR Ills residence, on East Mnlnstreet, New Hloomtleld, Perryco., Pa. 3 illy M.H. HE1BEUT, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perryc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), TA , JAN'AltY 1, 1881. Mystery In Brooklyn. Nisvr Yohk, Deoemlinr CO. Alfred ('arlcson dwells In tho second ntury at No. 212 Ktuyvesant avduun. Oivinu; to luck of employment lira expeiianoed dillbulty In rtupptu ttnn liis wife and five cuilitreu, and about tliroo your aro lie bcan t make f ramus, card cute, comb rucks, cot., io m ncortiR, cones aud moss as a means of (jotting a livllliood, nnd to got tlia material he wandered in tho woods near the city iu autumn. In making the articles be was aided by his wife and two eldest children, and his boy, about twelve years of age, went out to iiell t.litjin. The boy who was unusually blight, sold the things rapidly, and obtained orders for new thing, until tho family wub made comfortable. On the 14th of October, 1871), the lad weut out with several largo pieces of work that had been ordered, and since that lime bis parents have not seen him, although they have made dilligcut iuquiry and there has lioeu an earn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

WlWmW SKI lit VOL XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA, TUESDAY, JA.NTJA.HY 11, 1881. NO. 2. THE TIMES. km Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLIBHBD BVBBT TDI8DAT BT F. MOltTIMEll & CO. TE11M8 t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.30 PER YEAR, POSTAGE FREE. 80 CTS. FOR a FIOJITIIt. To subserlners residing In Tins coubtv, where we hare na postage to pay. a discount, of 25 cents from the above terms will be made l( payment Is made In advance. W Advertising rates furnished uponappllca Uon. Mrs. Hacker's Confession. MRS. HACKER and her daughter sat in the little parlor behind the shop taking tea. It was a frosty winter night, and the brown teapot was kept on the back of the stove that it might not chill. Bo was the pan of sausages, which tasted all the more crisp and savory in consequence. The door be tween the store and the room stood open that any chance customer might be seen at once by the tea-drinkers, but the bell had not jingled since they took their seats. "Trade it dreadful, Emma Jane," said Mrs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. JANUARY 11, 1881. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, Oil Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUED. AUSTIN BIVOItY appeared to be deeply absorbed In the play upon the table before him. He was looking on, rattling the gold In bis pocket. He seemed as though deliberating whether lie should or should not play. Suddenly he felt himself smartly touched upon the shoulder. It t as Webber, who had been greedily watching the man ' he already looked upon as his prey. " I beg your pardon, sir," he said, in a half foreign accent, "but I see you are interested lu this business, and yet are not playing. I am a stranger In Lon don, and do not understand this game. Will you play for me or rather, with me!"' "Yes, If you like," replied Bivory, speaking coldly. "Many thanks. Then I will take a seat, and put myself entirely In your hands. I shall not look ridiculous, I hope?" "No; you cannot look ridiculous while you have money. The detective laughed stupidly, mid said, "is that soV" "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. JANUA11Y 11,1881. RAILROAD8, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARttANrJKMKNT OF PAB8ENGEKTKAIN8 NOVEMBER 15th, 1880. Trains Leiire llnrrlsbarg as Fellows : For New York Tla Alleutown, at S.05 a. m. tort 1.45 1. m. . ,. . For New Vork vl rhllmlelpliln and "Bennd Brook Route," rt.M, 8.H5 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. Forl'lilluilelpliln, at B.W, 1.06, (through car), .SO a. in., 1.45 and 4.0(1 p. in, ...... For Heading, at 8.00, 8.lto. 9.80 a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.UH n. r. . , . . Forl'ottsvllle. at 8.00, 8.05, 9.60 a. m. aad 4.0 B. m., and via Bcliuylklll and Husquehanna ranch nt 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 5.30 a. m. For AUentowu.ate.uo, 8.05, .&0a. m., 1.46 and 1.00 p.m. . . , The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains hare through cars for fiew Vork, via Allentown. RUHDAYR I For Allentown and Way Btatlons, at 8.00 a. m. For KviiUiug, lMilldelaplila, and Way cttatlaal, at 1.45 p. m. Trains Leare for Harrlsborg as Fallens t Leave NewYork via Alleutown, 8.45 a. m . 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

4: THE TIMES. ITew Bloomfield, Jan. 11, 18S1. NOT1CK TO AIIVKKTI8E118. Ms Out nrRtrrsntypa will h InncrtM luthu mpr anla llKht face and on metal baa. (VTmnlr P omit, m nowi of rwtlar ratoa, will baharmdforadartlnieiiU aatla DoubleUoloiuu. Mr. J. n.rWkUtn, Newspaper Advertising An't, 41 Park Kow. (Times Biilldlne), New York, is au thorized torontract for advertisements for this payer at our beat .ra tea. KUTICR TO ttUBHC'aiBF.RM. Look at tha Amircs on th label of your paprr. Thoapllvurca toll you lltn dote I w hli h jaar mill crlptloii U polil. Within 9 weekn alter money la Kml, an If tha data la changed. No other receipt la neceasarr. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Twe TNoueand Copies each week. Our mailing list is always open for the Inspection of advertisers. The President lias appointed Gen. Nathan Goff, of West Virginia as Sec. of the Navy, in place of Thomson, resigned. The senate at once confirmed the appointment. . The Legislature met and organized on Tuesday last a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFlfcLl), VA., JANUARY 11, 1881. THE TIMES. I(0(5ltl Depcrftnteqt. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-UIDDL2 DIVISION. On snil after Mnndey, Nov. tth, 1W0, Iaawner Tratne will run iuiiuw , WESTWARD. EASTWARD. MalLAre. Pitl. Principal Stations. Mm. Aeo. .I'ni Mill l'r'n liu ir'u Bx. Ttu P.M. It. SO t.ii p.n. Philadelphia, Harrleburfr, Maryevllle, Ouucanuou, Auurduct A.M. 1.00 in P.M. A.M. P.M. 1.80 1.11 e.ii 4 6.40 6.8S 6. Ill 6 46 6 17 1.69 on i.us 1:S t ) 1.40 I.B4 4.n:10.S 4. Ml i !' io.m (.m t.w I. XI S.Jt 8 1! H .0J 19 1.03,11.61 Belly's, Newport, Millemtuwu, Mifflin I.AWlMtOWD 4.. J.4J IS. 40 ij.no I 81 11.11 7.82 7.1 I. II t Ml 11.91 OH 4. SO 8.0U ,11.49 11.45 11 18 S.M .07 a. it lu.tt IJ.1H 111 1.M ISO ri.uw I.Uj! .06 HuntlUKdon.. T.t 1 6.1 Tyrone 1.46! Altoona riTT8nURGH. 1:41 A.M. A.M.I A.M A.M. iTr-Pai-lnr Biprem Went will ttnp at Dnnoannon at . ndt Newport t 5.11 A.m.. when flwpred. l-((lim Went, the Wy 1'asseuirer Icavn liarrli bare Dally the other Iralna Dally except...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

0 THE TIMES, NEW RLOOMFIELt), PA , JANUA11Y 11, 1881. Ije Ioomfitm foifs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. How Bees are Made Harmless. The following contains valuable lilut to those who are obliged to handle bees. The little fellows are sharp strikers when disturbed, but It seems . there is a very simple way to take the poison out of 'them. A gentleman says: Borne years ago I was visiting a fam ily In Sussex County, N. J., where a large number of hives of bees were kept In a yard near the furin-house. The bees were unusually cross and belliger ent they would " biz out with angry fyke" at any one who approached their yard. On speaking to the old gentle man on the subject, he said they were feeding on buckwheat, and were full of "plzen," and he would oure them by the time I came agalu. On the next day I found the bees quite pool lie and quiet, freely letting me come quite close to their hives. On asking for an explanation of their amlableness, Mr. 8. pointed to an efllgy hanging near the bee-y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM F1EL1), l'A., JANUARY 11, 1881. Professional Curds. JOHN CALVIN WALLI9, AttorneyatLaw aud District attorney. ppit iiiuuiniieiu, i erry uu., i n. r-(inte over Mortimer' new more. All legal vu-uin-s promptly atiucaretii ly transacted' May 4, lHHU. T K. JUNK1N. Attornev-at-Law. tl Mew Hloomlleld. Perrvco.. Pa, -Otlloe Next Uoor to the resilience of Judge JUUKIU, 4011 AM. MARK.EL, Attorney-at-Law, New itlnoinllald. 1'errv county. Pa. uTVOulue opposite the Mansion House, and (area door east or the post-wince. Y kavis roxruii, AlTOItSKYATLAW, NEW BLOOMFIELl), PERRY CO., PA. "Claims promptly secured coiieotea Wrltingsaud all legal business carefullyatteud- OHARLE8H. HMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Hloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. 0ltlca two doors east ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872, -tt-ii a hponhi.KK. Attnrnev-at-Law. VV Olllce adlolnlna Ills residence, on East Main street, New UloomUeld, Perry oo., Pa. 32 ly UrM. N. HEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, W New BlooiuUeld, I'erryco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 January 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW ULOOM FIELD, PA., JANUARY 11, 1881. t'ONTlNl'KH KIIOM 5'1'H I'AOH. nw of Kilns 'I mstlt', ilcc'il ilnrliiR Iht nndirnl life, tH't., on giving lioml of ."U0, Sponsler, illfy. TIIKWVItiTKIAl. MV1 The first civil raso ti led wns tliti Ilngcrs Iuwii Allien II vi I ii I Iiiiiltimiit Miinnfiirtiiiiiitf l Jo. vs. V. II. Minirli. ( liili'i pli'iid ir.) Tim rurLs siMMilt'il o lio Unit tin) Alplmlirt (Join imny loft n iinicliiini of their iiiimiifm'tiup mllt'd, il elovrr si'i'il Imlli-r will) Mr. Unhrh-I Kllm of I.oysvllln on trliil, with llin nuioe mi'iit (lint liii slmtilil pny for It If tint iniicliliin siilli'il him: ninl ir It iliil not suit lilm limy would tiiki' It liiuilt. Now this was a srifs In lnw, provided there whs notliliiR further to Im ilium except to pay for the lnnchliiB ; or It nilKht lie n bailment m 8lniihiusuof another' iioiclly for Hit; time hi-hitf If thiuii wns nny. tiling further to lit' dune, to ehniiK" the title to Hid niiu'liliin ; mid Inst vOileh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

H ; .. y ;, 'III . T G) --mtf. IS ,iiiU' iij' WjisWiVHt VOL XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJA., TUESDAY, JANUARY IB, 1881. NO. 3. " I j AX ffv i V J iff XL V Wfl A. V. J THE TIMES. lu Independent Family Newspaper, II PUBLISMDBVIRT TUHSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $1.50 FEU YI'AII, POTAUR FIIF.K. 80 CTS. FOIt S MONTH. To subiorlbers residing In this county, where we hare no postals to pay. ft discount of 2S cents from the aboye terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished upon appllca Uon. THE PROFESSOR'S STORY. THERE were six of us seated around the fire, eaoh trying to do his share to make the evening pass pleasantly. It was now the professor's turn to tell us a story and after much pressing he began : "Gentleman," said he, gravely, "no man cares to gain for himself the repu tation of a liar or a manlao. Yet this Is exactly what you are pressing both of us to do. I have no doubt that the experi ence which I am about to relate, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. JANUARY 18, 188). TRACKING A CRIMINAL, OH Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUED. " A POUND a-day," lie mil, when J. liy himself, ami look'.iig about the room. " But no mutter1; my wlu iilngs at my lady's card-tables will carry me on for a couple of months ; and If I oau't manage the business lu that time, I ought to be turned out of the force." He passed a pleasant hour In iltblrlb uttng and arranging his purchaHes lu the various drawers and wardrobe lie found In his apartment; and then put ting on his best purchases, he strode out of the hotel with as much confidence as he could assume; gave orders In the office that a hairdresser must wait upon him In the morning, likewise a hatter and a bootmaker ; and then, police ofll cer agalu, he set to work to ilud a con venient lodging for Margaret. Passing the Abbey, and the elaborate fountain at the corner of Great George Street, he entered Bird cage Walk, the houses of which have two entrances one from Bir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, lA., JANUA11Y 18, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARIlANtt EMKNT OF PASSENGER TRAIN 8 KdrEMBEFlGth, 1880. Trains lenre Hanisbiirg as Fellows i For New York via, Allenlown, at 8.05 ft. m. nil 1.45 p. m. Kor New Vork via riilhidelphla and "Ronitd Brook Itnuta," rt.tU, 8.fc5 a. in. and l.4"ip. m. Kor riilittiielphln, nt O.tiO, I.Ud, (through car), 9.5U a. in., 1.45 am! 4 (W i. m. For Heading, at 6.U0, 8.05, 9.50 a. m 1.45,4.00, and 8.UH pi in. rw ruusviiie. atB.ui1, b.,),.. , m, una ,.n m., and via Hehiiylklll and Hiis-itiehaniia ranch at. i.4o p. ill. For Auburn, at 6.30 a.m. For Alleiitowii.iitfl.no. 8 0ft. V.6II1. IB.. 1 45 and fc (.00 p. m. The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York, via Allentowa. SUNDAYS I For Allenlown and Way Btmlons, at t. 00 a. m. For Reading, 1'hlhlelupliia, and Way Millions, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lrare Tor Harrlsbitrg as Fellews t Leave NewYork via Allentown, S 45 a. in . 1.00 and 5 30 p. in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. JANUARY IB, 1881. THE TIMES. New Bloomfield, Jen. IS, JSS1. NOTICK TO A1IVK11T18KK8. Ho Oat nr mcrrotyps wlllbetmerted Inthli pr naless IlKUt faoe and uu metal ba.a. WTwntjrrrrooiit. Inoicen" of re"!"' rates, will beoharKedloraavcrtlHeincuta act In DoiiuleOuluiun. Mr. J. Tt. IUT, NeWsM-ipor Advertising Ag't, 41 Park Row. (.Times Building), New York, lit au thorial to contract for advertisements for tills paper at our best rate. NMTICR TO HlllwrRinEllH. I.orknt the llitur-w nn the lnbel or your iier. ThmpilnurrntPlI vou Ihn illeo which ynnii.iil. nlpllon Ul.nlil. WKhlii weehsalter money Is sent, tee if the date la oliaiwed. No other receipt la necessary. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list is always open for the inspection of advertisers. " Who is Or.iVEit V" is the question lots of people are asking. since his name has heen brought forward as candidate for United States Senator. It is not probable...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA.. JANUARY 18, 1881. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. B.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On sn.t after Monday, Not. th, 1880, Passenger Tralna will run KB louow. , "westwaud; eastward. WariMnll,Aec.lPlt.,i r Tr'ulTt'u ti.il MfTl.iJ'nsiM.ill Aeo. Ex. Tr'll Btationb. ia soj A. If P.M . P. V.'P.W.I 4.8H 10.SS, 4. M: i lo.sa' 5. fiAi .1 WILIS, 11.211 B.OO 11.4! ,rhlladolibis, 'Hrrliibnr, iMaryaville. Duucannou, AillH'tHlCt Jinny's Newport Mlllcrstown, Miirnu 80 A.m. r.M P.M. l.M 7.11 9.68 .4t .4ll .H 6.18 t.4.5 (.17 B.M 1.08 i.ii e.oo .S0 S.4H1 r-0ti I l.M1 a.M .CM 1.19 a. ai i.Sl 4. OS 4.X0 0.05! 7.(11 7. 48! e.ia ia. ml f.4l e.ua .S7 hum tv.it 19.18 I. It 1.66 P.02 iM 7.47 7.112 12. tO! 7.1112. 2W .Will .40 jin.iw: LewlRtowu J. iHuntliiKdon. Tyrone, , lAltnoua, II 9MI l.a 8.J6; 9.0', b.li a.M i:4tj 1 7.00 rin'sncRGii. 7-.5 r.M.lA.M.,P.M.lA.H.il a.u.Ia.m 1a.m. nPaclfieK!tprei Went will atop tt Dnncaniioii at 4.4 ami ut Newport at 5. 11 a. in., when flatrKeU. t(toiUK West. the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA , JANUARY 18, 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Tobacco Stripping. 1JY MILTON H. ESI1LEM AN. .When the leaves and rib of the To biicco are dry any time after Nov. 1st, that the weather becomes rainy, or the Air damp enough to soften the leaves, so that they can be crumpled In the hand and not be In the least broken, then It can l taken down from the poles. Have help enough so that you can pass the laths down one at a time and pile them carefully on the floor, when that is done, take a lath and plac ing one end on the floor press the stalks down uutil you can pull the lath out Then place each grip neatly on a double rank, so as to protect the tops of the leaves, when done, this pilecan be cover, ed by something to keep the air away until you have time to strip it, or you can proceed at once If you do hot have more than you can strip while the damp spell lasts. In stripping, take each stalk In your left hand, remove the four lower leaves, and as many more as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 January 1881

7 Professional Cards. JOHN CAI.VIN YTAI.M9, Attorney at Law, Hllil lMllllOt ttnviit-y. New Ithmmtleld. Perry Co.. Vtl. -Oftlce over Mui'tlmei's new more. All legal kmnien promptly and carefully trausaoted. May , 1801, JK. J UN KIN, Attorney-at Law, New HloomllelU, herryoo., Fa. " OlUce Next door to the residence of Judge Juukln. t' y Bvia roTTKit, ATTOIINKV AT JLAW, N EW BLOOMFJELD, FKltRY CO., PA. claims promptly secured ,ollr.ct3 Writings and all legal business caretullyattend. d to. ; liAULE8 U.BMH.RV, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, err? Co. Pa. Oinee two doors ent of Joseph 8m th e hotel. August 2, 18.2. XXTM. aTsponslER, Attorneyat-Law, W OIllce-adJoliiliiR his residence, on East Mainstreet, New Bloomlleld, Perry cu., Pa. 82 ly XXTH. N. HE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, W New Bloomlleld, Perryoo.,Pa. Bloomlleld, 3 33 IV. IT K WIS POTTER, NOTABTPUBLlo.'New Bloom. Ueeds,Bondsi,Morlgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds ol Pension and Bounty papers dra...

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. — 18 January 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., JANUARY 18, 1881. CntolilitQ a Clerical Sharper. No long ngo a mild, clorlonl-looking gen tlcman, rircsnml In blnck nnd deoorated with A wlilte nooktle nd spectacles, arriv ed at the city of Brooklyn. To several theologlnns ho represented hlmiiclf as a minister from one of the Southern Stated, nod In hit arguments and controversies upon the Gospel displayed tnlent and Uct that nonplussod his opponents. On sever al occasions he filled the pulpits of the looal brethron, and preaohed with an elo quence and fotce that almost woke up the deaoons. Invitations to tea poured In upon him, and In his soeinl relations he was pronounced perfect. One noticeable thing about him was the availability of his rcadr cash, lie gave liberally to the" church and to charitable sooieties and never reftisod the beggar his pittance when tbore was anybody around. Suddenly be stopped disbursing, and when ohided by tho min is ten, who had noted his almsgiving with pleasure, he...

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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