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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.., MA11C1I 15. 1881. 5 THE TIMES. Io5hl Defh,ttiieit. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-HIDDLE DIVISION. On and ftr Mond.r. Jin. l'th, 1881. PuMinger Trains will ruu i follow, i WESTWAItD. EASTWARD. Way lMhI1,Aho., Pits. Pmwoival stations. MITI. J'ni Aoo. Ex. 6 80 A.M, r.n. .w l.mi 8.86 l 111 8.19 19. 1'J 8.09 19.44 147 IB.SS l.ti 19.91 1.16 19.19 6.96 II. 81 11.19 9.66 .07 8.16 A.M. A.M miurmrii ax ia.) T.B0 8.96 l'hiladelphla, A.M PH. 10.96 S.OO Rnrrisburff. P.M. 1.BS .08 6.611 6 48 8.119 8.99 6.1 t.40 6.11 8.(9 .08 8.86 1:19 8.33 .) 8 4H bin, 1.21 Maryiville, Ouumnuoui Aaueiluct 16 661 10M i.si l. us 18 Bully's Newport Mllleritown, MIlTIln Lewlntown J. HuutliKdan. 80 11. 18 1.16 8 6) 4.10 6.m; Will. 81 IU.IW 11.49 19.09 10.48 IS.18 1.16 1.66 LIS 1.6a; 116 T.I Tyrone Aitnon 1.46 ISO 1:48 1.00 PITTSBURG n, rw-pAi-ltlc Express West will stop At DmiosnnoR at 6.4 and at Newport at t.ll a. m., wheu flawed. SWOolu Wet,th Way Paaaaufcnr leavei HarrU bar Dally theotliertra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. MA11GII 15, 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Value of Alum. A bit of aluui kept near a wash basin or towel rack and frequently rubbed over the face while Jet damp, will do much towards removing tan and pre venting unsightly pimples. I have never found anything better for canker ous sores on the lips and tongue. If mixed with vluegnr and water, salt and pepper, It will cure ordinary sore throat; grated and stirred In molasses it is splendid for croup. T have known cases of toothache, when all the com- 011 pungent remedies failed, to be nstantly quieted by inserting in the cavity or the tooth a bit of moist cotton sprinkled with equal quantities of pul verized alum and salt. Beally good bread can be made from grown wheat if one tablespoohful of alum and two tablespoonfuls of butter are added to each ordinary baking, and it is excellent in cheap molasses cookies to give the desired crlspness when little butter is used. A good cement can be made by melting &a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MFIEL1), PA., MA11CH 15, 181. 7 Profossloual Cards. JOHN OALVIH VAM.IS, Attorney at-Law, and Li n lot Attorney. New Klooinnelil, Perry Co.. Fa. M-Olllo over Mortimer's new morn. All legal bumess promptly Riid carefully transacted. May , lSSl). J B.J UN KIN, Attorney -at-Law, New Hlooinllelil, ferry 0.,ta. "OIUoe Next door to the residence or Judge Juualu. "t r KW18 l'OH'Kll, ATTORN KY AT 1.AW, NEW BLOOMFIBLl), PERRY CO., PA. WClnlms promptly secured ,e!)f,0j?5 Writings and all legal business carefully attend, en to. , ptlAHLKS H.SMILKY, Attorney at Law. New Hloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. ;wo do.r.4 eait ol Joseph Bm th's Ollke two (August 2, 1D72. aotel. WM. A.BPON8I.EK,Attorney-at.Law. oniee-adjolnlng his resfdenoe, on East Main street, New Uloomtteld, Perry oo., Pa. 8 i ly TTM. N. BE1BE11T, Attorney-at-Law, YY New Bloomtleld, Perryoo.,P. Bloomtleld, 8 331V. LEWIS POTTER, NOTABI PUBLIC, New Bloom, tleld, Perry Co.. Pa. Ueeds, Bonds, Mortgage and Leases carefully prepa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA. MAllCIl 15, 1881. A York County Village Stirred Up. York, Mnroh 0. A man turned Carson, Dnkl tn le A iCHlilont of lialtlmoio, Mil., iiuil an agent for a patent mtirliRiiifr, ma oblue, wan Hhot mid wounded on Bittuidny nfterunaa Inst nt Glen Hock, this county, and la now in a dangerous condition. 'arson wnsalTooted with tlie hallucination that some person jwas following him for the purpose of taking bis Ufa. lie got olT the train ou Saturday evening at Glen Hook, after be had attracted considerable atten tion by hM nervous actions, and at once dlstui bud the quiet of the little village by shooting and threatening every one he met with death. lie demanded admission to the houso of a man named 01 p, who re fused, when be shot through the lock and admitted himself. Several parties In the bouse strove to put him out, but being armed with a large pistol and knife, be kept tliera at bay, passed up through the bouse and out on the roof, where he sat for some...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

Ml VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1JA.., TUISSIDA-Y, MA.HOI1 22, 1881. NO12.' THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, It rUBUSHlDBTHT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & (JO. TEltMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.59 PEIl If FA It, POSTAflE I'HttK. 80 ITS. ron a MONTHS. To si-.bserlner resldln In this county, where we have ne post agn to pay. a discount of 2S cents from the abore terms will be made If payment Is made la ad ranee. AdrertUlnji rates furnished uponappllca tlou. Sixteen Old Maids. BOSWORTH was a nice little village of some Ave hundred inhabitants, and boasted of three churches, the Con gregational, Baptist and Methodist, while a handful of Unitarians gathered occasionally at the town hall, and a few Adventists went to the next village, five miles distant, to worship. The three first mentioned societies were as dis tinct from each other as black is from white. Not only were they not on visiting terms with each other, but the the three stores showed that tbey did not even trade toget...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), 1A., MAKCII 22, 1881. TRAPPING A GHOST. CONCLUDED, NOTWITHSTANDING these bold words, I must confess that when A li drew started on Ills message, and left me alone for the ayah hail gone down to the village I felt a little uneasy. I did lint believe In spiritual presences, hut I did believe in wickedness driven to desperation. I was bidding defiance to a foe of whose resources I was utterly Ignorant. What If my defiance should betaken up t Mentally I felt strong enough, physically I was conscious of being weak, but I set about the per formance of my household duties, which occupied me fully till the return of Andrew. I took lit in , as Also the joiner and blucksmlth, into the parlor, and told them my experiences of the previous evening. Andrew exhibited symptoms of alarm ; but I found the Joiner a sensi ble man, and Inclined, after what I told him, to take a similar view with myself of the situation, namely, that we were being mnde the subjects of some d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MAllClt 22, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R aaaaaaaaaasa ARllANOEMKNTOF rAB8KNGKKTRAINS NOVEMHElTTith, 1880. Trains Leave Harrisburg at FolUwi i Tor New York via Allontown, at 1.0 . m. oil l, p, m. . . For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koute," A.nO, d.uft a. m. aad I.4A p. , Forl'hllatlolphta, at tt.lW. J.Oo, (through car), 1.60 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. . . m Kor Reading, at 6.U0, 1.06, .60a. m., 1.46, 4.00, and .(W p. m. ... . . M For Fottsvllte. at .00. S.05, 9.M a. m. and 4.os R. m., and via Hohuylklll and Huse.uehaana ranoh ata.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. For Alleutowu, at 8,00, 8.04, .60A.ra 146 and The' "yw a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have throughlars for New York, via Alleatewa. SUNDAYBi For Allentewn and Way Stations, at A OA a. m. For Keadlug, 1'ulldelaph.ia, and Way btatlous, at 1.46 u. in. Trains Leare for Harrlnburg as Follows t Leave NewYork via Alleutowu, 8 45 a. m .1.80 aud 6 so p. in. Leave Sew York...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

4: THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., MA11CII 22, 1881. IT ME TIMES. New nioomfield, March 22, 1881. NOTICE TO ADVBIIT18EKS. No Oat nrmotya will blnagrtd In this r"r Unleaa light f sue and on meUI baae. Wr-TwtntTrwOTit. Inexrwn of rrirnUr ntna.wlll ..Jmoharwlforadveriiatmeuta satin Double Column. Mr. J. n. B1M, Newpaper Advertising Ag't, 11 Park Row. (Times Building), New York, is au thorlzed to contract for advertisements (or this paper at our best tales. not ICR to wuiiHcninF.nn. I.fiokat thaflgnrca nn Jho label rf ynnr paper. Tnoasilirnraatall ynullm Hnte m which vonrnl. irlillnnlpnll. Wllbln 9 weak; alter money la .-aunt, aen If th date la changed. No other raoelpt la neoeaaarr. The legislature of Connecticut has passed an act permitting women to vote . on school questions and to bold ofllce .. upon boards of education. EEVi E. E IIigbt, of Franklin coun i ty, has been appointed State Superln- tendent of Public Schools, In place of . -Mr. "Wlckersham. He will enter on the , duties...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELl), PA., THE TIMES. Io&il TJepki'tinent. PENNSYLVANIA R. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On nrt ftrr Monilsy, Jan. nth, 1M1, Psmenjer Trains will ruu roilutv. , westward. RA8TWABD. WyLnnirc..Pit. Paimfrr'n I'r'u Hi. Principal stations. Mm.J'nsMall Aoo. Ex. Xt'u 19.80 TIM .2J1 I'lilladclpbltt, Harriaburir, Mryavill UuucaunuUt A. M IP.M p.ir.'p a.. roi p. at P.U. 9.0(1 1 11 9.1)0 1.21 I 84 5.65 a no J.Ml 16 10.5J 1 .311 7.80 7.08 8.60 I 48 8.89 81 8.10 8.40 6.17 B.f.'J 8.08 9.88 8 12 8.03 l.usi tMl II. 63 4K Auuruticc Ually Nawnort....... 19.44 I2.lt) Sua 7.47 8o;ti.is, 7.: 2.!CI t.n 1.16 Il'sil MII!ertown. 7. ID, is.ia 11.81 11.13 low 10.46 HIS l.M 4.30 B5 S.UU ll.4!iMMIrNlu li).wiLfwlt(town J. at 9.66 9.07 8. lft 116 Mil l.sa! a. a.. l.U muuinKncm. Trniua, Altoona l.M 1.41 l.M 1:48! T.09 rimBUBCIIl. A.tt.lA.M Ia.H. PaolflcEiprPM Wet will stop tl Dunrannoa at 4..4H and at Nowporiat6.il a. m., when rimmed, tsr-ttoinir VitHlttlio Way PasnauKcr Iphvp. TJarrla barirDaily ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

0 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN, Measuring Corn. A number of rules for measuring corn Lave been published. As a multiplicity of rules tend to confuse, the question arlnes, why cat) not we have one good rule? The reason is obvious. New corn will not measure as many bushels to the foot or Inches as old corn, on ac count of shrinkage. A crib of Corn measured in the fall will net yield, as many bushel to the cubic foot as when measured in the spring or summer. Corn in wagon, when llrst put in, will not measure as much to the foot as when hauled several miles. Hence the necessity of working by different rules under different circumstances. All rules are based upon the number of cubic inches in a bushel of shelled corn which is 3150.4. If all corn shelled out the same, under all circumstances, it would be very easy to have one rule As near right as any rule I have tried is twelve cubic feet to the barrel for corn in crib in the fall of the year, eleven and a half feet in the spring time and abou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW DL00MFIEL1), PA., MAltCII 22. 181. 7 Philadelphia Advertisement?. Ready Mixed Paints ! LUCAS READY MIXED TAINTS ! nowater.no chemicals, no benzine, but a pure Olli PAINT, READY FOR USE. Hamplo Oiii1s. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAlJiT SENT BT MAIL. IT IS PUT ONMKR OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ : NICELY BHUHI1ED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TKY IT, . And Ion Will Prove II to be the Best Liquid I'alnl In the Market. JOHN LUCAS .te CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c 13T For Sample 'Card apply to P. Mortl- mor, New Bloomtlotd, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Suooessors to 8HAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Snspcnders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITB TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW . BLOOMFIELI), l'A. MA11CII 22, 1881. Sad Ending of a Flirtation. Neapolitan society lms lately been much exercised Ity a terrible tragedy in bigb life. For sonio time int tbe Countess del CIriio a lady of extraordinary beauty, bad been notoriously nt odds with her husband! a gentleman to whom she had, at tbe urgent instance of her family, most unwillingly given her hand, her heart had already been bestowed upon n young Austrian artist, who qilltted Europe for America on the day of her marringo, only returning thence to Naples a few weeks ago. He was a fre quent guest at tbe Countess's evening re ceptions a fact which reached the ears of Count del C'inno at his club, where he spent the most of his time by night as well as by day. One evonlng, just as the painter was issuing from tbe doorway of the Palazzo del Cigno, tbe Count drove up to the chief entrance, and, while alighting from bis carriage, noticed his wife waving her hand in farewell to her old lover as bo dosc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

rv iMi'iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiwiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiininiriii VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IA.f TUESDAY, MAHOII 90, 1881. NO. 13. THE TIMES. Ad Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED ITBRT TUISDAT BT F. MORTIMER & (JO. o TEHJ1H t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 PF.R YEAR, POSTAGE FREE. 80 CITS. FOR 6 MONTHS. To subicrlbers reitdlnn In THii county, whers w hays no postage to pay, a discount of 2S cenfs from ths above tnrin will be made It payment is madeia advance. W Advertising rattft furnished uponappllca Beledt Poetry. WELCOME, LITTLE STRANGER. BT A DISPLACED THnEE-YEAR OLD. Muzzer bought a baby, 'Ittle bltey sing j 81nkl raos could put him Frou my rubber ring. An't bs awful ugly? An't be awful pink ( " Jusl come down from heaven." Vat'iaflb, I sink. Doctor told anozzer Great big awful lie ; Nose an't out of joint zen, Vat an't why I cry. Mamma stays up bedroom Guess he makes her sick Frow htm In r.e gutter, j f I can right quick. Cuddle him and love him ! Call him "Bressed sing !" Don...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAUCII 25), 1881. The Strango Legacy. itiKABK to rend Hint again, Mr. SurroBnte." , " Certainly, It li as follows : Hve tliou maud dollars to Julia May, daughter of iny daughter Mabel." Tlinre were fluttering, fidgeting and whimpering and exclamations In the urrognte's court as his honor read a necond time this clnue of the will. Mabel Anderson turned white a marble, and gazed llxedly across at the paper, looking at nobody, while everybody looked at her. Her line nostrils expand, ed, her lellned lips compressed, and her deep, dark, passionate eyes Hashed more keenly than the great solitaire that roll ed and blazed at her throat with the quick heaving of her bosom. " Daughter of my daughter I" How the words rang In her ears I How her soul writhed and strained in Kb startled and sudden agony ! Who had exhumed that long-burled and terrible secret 1 Why and how had its discovery beeu kept from her uutll now t How had It reached her father's knowledge V W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

MMvaM.'IMrMMiMHWdiWM a M THIS TIMES, NEW BL0OMFIEL1), PA., MAltCH 20, 1881. 8 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PABBKNOfcK TRAINS NOTKMBEuToth, 1880. Trains Lea re Hnrrlsburg as Follows t For New York via Allentown, t .0 . m. anil l,4ft p. m. . .. . Kor New York tla Philadelphia and "nound Broiik Knute," tt.to, S.as a. in. and l.4o p. m. Kor Philadelphia, at .n0, 1.05, (through car), 9.50 a. m., 1.46 and 4. (lu p. in. ,..,, Kor Heading, at 0.UO, .05, 9.60a. m.i 1.45, 4.00, and 8.iw p. ra. . . ForPirttsyllle. atfl.00, 9.0.1, 9.TO a. m. and 4.00 B. m and la Bcliuylklll and Bunyuelianna ranch at 1.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Alleutowu.at 6.UU, 8.0.1, .W a. m., 1.40 aua '"The "'.OS a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains Iibt through cara for New York, via Allentown. 8USDAYH t For Allentown and Way Htatlons, at 0 00 a. m. For fowling, Plilldelnuhta, and Way rjtatlous, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lcare for Ilanlsburg as Follows I Leave NewYork via Allentown, 8.45 a. m . 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

TUB TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A., MARCH 21), 1881. THE TIMES. Sew Dloomfleld, March 29, 18S1. NOTICK TO ADVBHTIHEKS. Wo (lilt nrBUrontrr will h Imerlnd In this iaixr anlu llKlit f o and on mtl bins. ' WTwuntjr pfmMil. innnuM of rwnlsr ratM, will b0hrKfdfor(lvertU(Mnfnta tot In IXilibleOoluinll. Mr. J. It. Bairs. Newnpfiner AdrertNlnR AR't., 1 Park Rnw.tTlniM HiilWIIns'), Mw Vork, i nil thorlf.rd to contract for advertisements for tliln paper at our best rates. NOTK'B TO HDIIMt nini.RM. .ok at tho flnrM on th lalml of your tp. ThnioflturtiRtnll rou llin ilnte In vrltlcli vnrnli arfluiliin la imlil. Within a week artwr mov la tool, If to data la obanned. No other raoalpl naoeiaarr. The in ll to remove the Capitol to Philadelphia has been defeated by a large vote, aud consequently Harrlsburg can rest easy, If tbey ever had any fears of a removal. Thk Place where killing Is not mur der, la now proven to be San Francisoo. Kallocb who wbs arrested and tried for the murder of Chaa. Do Young...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

awSw mt.G.tt 11 tn urn itmmn i I ir THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MARCH 29, 1881. THE TIMES. Io&il 1)eiti(tmei)t. PENNSYLVANIA R. R.-1IIDDLE DIVISION. On atirl after Monday, Jin. 17th, Ml. Pmenjer Trln will rtiu fts tuiuiwii. WBMTWAltU. EASTWARD. Mffl. J'ni M ill Ami. Ex. ir'u a.m. r.H. r.K. .w l.mi 7.8U 8.86 1.(19 1.08 B IS 11.63 8.60 8.(18 19.44 8 43 7 41 19. Ml 8.81 7.8S 19.111! .aa 7.1H 19.19 8.10 8.9t 11.81 6.411 11.19 I. IT 8.66 8.69 9.117 .(18 8.16 8.85 :M A.M. A.M A.M. WjriMalllAro.ll,lt. PRINCIPAL STATIONS. Philadt'luhlaT ras.riru iru n.x. 110 T-80 B.S5 A. If 8. 1)0 9.00 4.8'ljHl.HS lUrrlalium, M.ry.vllle, Uuuc.nuou, s.as mo 1.21 4.6)1 1.14 I.1IW0.63 s.4 s.wi S.M 1.66 8. OS .001 .1 .ni'll.ta, HI 11.91 Anueuuct,.... llally'a .. Newport f.li S.87 IV.06 1. Id 61 Mlller.towu, Mifflin L.wistowu J. .00 ll.4fl 4.10 m.uv 18.18 1 IB 5.95 7.01 1.41 !l,ii Huntingdon. 1.681 1 rrciue S.io, Allooua l.M 8. SO r.n. 1:46 7.001 PITTSBUttOll. A.H.H A.H.I I i-WP.plflrEipreps West will a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

6 THE TIM MS, NKW HLOOM FIELD, YA. MA11C1I 29, 188L HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Unshod Horses. Some farmer, disposed perhaps to in stantly scout the suggestion that horses do better without than with shoes, as unworthy of consideration (so strong is the belief In the necessity of shoeing which has been indoctrinated into them their whole Uveslong), will learn with surprise that there is most respectable authority for a contrary practice. Sir George W. Cox, who'haa had large expe rience in the building of railways and other publlo works in Mexico, Peru, Brazil and elsewhere, and who has em ployed thousands of horses therein, contends, on his own ample experience and observations, as well as on thoste of distinguished veterinary surgeons, farm ers and others, that the practice of shoe ing is not only needless and wasteful, but positively deleterious to the horses. Asserting that on the average, tlie horse begins to work at 3 years and Is worn out at 12, he insists that the period of its e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIKU), l MA1.C11.2J), 1881. Philadelphia Advertisement?. Ready Mixed Paints ! T UCAS' READY MIXED PAINTS ! KO WATER, KO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A TURE OIL PAINT," READY FOR USE. Httmplo OiivcIh. 30 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .rAHiT SENT BY MAIL. IT IS PUT ON I.TKR OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER FAINT TRY IT, And Ton Will Prove It to be the Best Liquid Paint in the Market. JOHN LUCAH Sc CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c W For Bample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New BloomUeld, Fa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. 2EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to 8HAFFNER, ZIEGLER It CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Cloves, Ribbons, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHOLESALE ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 March 1881

8 THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), 1A. -MAKC1I.29, 1881. A Resurrectionist's Headquarters. Daltimoiii, March S22. Home months ago it vafi tliHcovoved thnt two graves to the Baltimore Cemetery had been opened aud the bodies removed. The bodies tnkeu wore th oao of ft young Judy, Mlas Jennie Hinlth, and her nuut, Mrs. Carter. Tbey had ninny friends, and there was a great deal of excitement In the community about the mutter.. Facts wore ascertained which enusod the belief that a systematic plunder lug of the cemeteries here was being car ried on. Tbe Sun of this city publishes this morning- a huge number of letters, written to a resurrectionist whose name is not divulged, showing that Baltimore has been miido the centre of the t radio in bod ies extending all over the country. The let tors nil relate to the purchase of bodios,nnd are mostly from doctors. Borne of the let ters refer to the bodies as models or casts, while others attempt no concealment of the character of the objects referred ...

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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