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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW M.OOMHHU), 1A.. Al'ltIL 1!). 1881. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA a. R.-MIIIDLI DIVISION. On ami after Monday. Jau. IUU, 1M1, Passenger Trams will ruu aa follow. , WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WayiMnll.Aeo. Pita., i Pan Tr'u Tr'u; Ki. PiiiNmrAL HTATlON. i Mffl. J'nii M ill A oo. Ka. Tr'n .M A.M. p.m. r.M. ini i.Mi .nt II.EOI 7 HO Ml Thlladclpliia, r. hJf . ;..., .INI wj 4.SH.M.M .aa K.40 II M Marysville. Un iiramiou, Aqueduct,.... Hally' Newport HHIi'rituwu, Sufi l.iit '.i .IS tl.M 4I...0 Oil 19.44 4 1.4: 11. M S..'iJ 7.H-J i la.nil SIM 7. Ill la. Ill S.IO s ui n m t .40 i l I0.6S 6. Id! .ao Tl. n a. flD II a.97 IU.IM ll.4 1.44 i.m i.lM 16 I 61 4 'JO t.Qh I.UO lt.4 Mifflin H iw l.dwlnlowu J. I .8 HiintiuKdou., I ID .Tyrone I J.i Aftoona, ii .MI 11.31 II 131 1.17 U.18 a.u s.ra a, ,17 JO I. Mi 7.46 1.16 7 .01 a. 16 I. in S.M 1 7.M NTTS1H1UUII. .M.lA.M.!.M.iA.M.: il J:.0 II ! A.M. ly-puc-incKipro" Went will stnp at Umicannna at 4 4anl at Nowiortat6.1l a. m., wbiu naiiKod. larctoliitf Wt...

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. — 19 April 1881

0 THK TIJWKS, NKVV BLOOM FIK1J), PA. AWUL 19, 1881. loomficlir imts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Controlling Vicious Horse. A new and very simple method of training vicious horses was exhibited In West Philadelphia recently, and the manner In which some of the wildest horses were subdued was astonishing. The first trial was that of a kicking or "bucking" mare, which her owner said had allowed no rider on her back for a period of at least Ave years. She be. came tame In about so many minutes, and allowed herself to be ridden about without a sign of her former wlldness. The means by which the result was ac complished was by a piece of light rope which was passed around the front jaw of the mare just above the upper teeth, crossed in her mouth and thence secur ed back of her neck. It was claimed that no horse will kick or jump when thus secured, and that a "bucking" horse after receiving the treatment a few times, will abandon his vicious ways forever. A very simple method was also shown b...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMTIELD, PA., AVJUL 10, 1881. Philadelphia Adtertisenienlc Ready Mixed Paints ! 11EADY MIXED TAINTS ! NO WATER, MO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A PURE Oil. PAINT, READY FOR USE. Niimplo Oincl. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BT MAIL. TIB PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH MCAl) ANDOIL, VIZ: NICELY . BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATEK PAINT thy ix, And Tou Will Prore It to be the Best Liquid Paint In the Market. JOII1V JL.XJCAS CO., v Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French (jlreen, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c ' I3P For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New filoomlleld, Pa., or 10 John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. 2EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to 8H AFFNER, ZIEQLER & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, llibbons, Wuspeinlers, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, N o. 36, North Four! h Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs, w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON ft Co....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MF1EL1), TA. Al'ltlL 9, 1881. 8 Secrets of an old Trunk. TliB Tort JervU (N.Y.) Union says ; This town has just bad a sonsiitlou of an unusual nature, cruised by the fludlng of a fortune lu an old trunk recently by Mr. George E. Waters, a woll known business man, of the firm of Watera & Colo, pro. vision morohatits. Mr. Watera went to the garret of bla resldenoo to get some bed ulothlng which bad been stored away In au old trunk, and lu order to get them out quickly, kicked the trunk over, when a false bottom full out, revealing some pa pers. Uxnminatiun proved these patera to be a New York banker's securities for $0,000 worth of government bonda which had beeu placed In his bauds several years ngo. Mr. Watera also found title deeds to an old homestead property formerly belonging to his mother, located at Kings ton. No sooner hud he found the valua ble papers than he started for New York, where he found the bonds safe. With ac cumulated interest, the bonds ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

,00 iiiMiii'itiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiitii!ii!jj VOL. XV. ISIEW BLOMFIEIJD, IJ.A.., TUESIDA.Y, .A-PHIL 2G, 1881. NO. IT. mm slmi.! r-; fill S ..... - ' THE TIMES. n Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED HVBRT TUBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ft.30 PEIt YKAIt, POftTAftf: I II I'll. SO CTS. FOR 8 MONTHS. To i.lcrlbr reMdlnn In Tms cot'KTT, where we have no poMagn to pay. a discount of 2 cents from the above terms will be made It payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished uponappllca tlou. Select Poetry. FOOTSTEPS AT THE DOOR. As we know familiar voices, Ever; near and dear one's call, joining through the silent chambers, Waking echoes In the ball 1 So with Instinct all unerring, Ever strengthening, more and more, . We can read the varied language Of the footsteps at the door. Grandpa's faltering tread, now heavy With the weight of fruitful years, Nearlng yonder golden city Almost through this vale of tears. Steadfast feet that never loitered Bravely go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., APRIL A Tragedy of the Potomac. IN the fotoniao river, opposite (lie National Capital, aud close to the Virginia shore.llesasmall Island of some twenty acres In extent, ond which takes the name of " Mason" from Its former; owner. It Is also known as Analostan Island. Since the war It has been a place of oenslderable resort for pleasure parties, the uiaiiBlon and a large pavilion erect tid at a little distance from It affording ample room and accommodation for picnics, excursions and the like. During the continuance of the great struggle between the North and South, the Island (then united to the sacred soil of the Old Dominion by a narrow cause way, but which has since been partially destroyed), was occupied by the govern ment, but the dwelling remained vacant at least it was tenantless In 18(11, and up to the time when the Army of the Potomac embarked for the Peninsula. There was a deserted appearance about the pluce when I first knew it, remind in...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW IiLOOMFlKl1), PA a RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PABBENGERTKAIN8 NOVEMBER 15th, 1880. Trains Leave HanlKburrr as Follows : For New York via Allentown, t S.Oft m. and 1,45 p. m. . . For New York via riilladnlphiu nd "Bound Brook Route," tUO. S.h& a. m. aud I.4A p. m. For Philadelphia, at U.uO, tt.Oft, (through car), 9.50 a. m., 1.4ft and 4. Do p. m. , For Keadlnn,at6.U0, 8.06. 9.60a. m., 1.45, 4.00. and 8.0t p. in. . i For Pottsvllle. atH.no, .(M, 9.50 a. m. and 4.ti p. in., and via bcliuylklll and Husqtielianna Branch ati.40 p. m. For Auburn, at b.M a. in. For Allentown, ate. uu, 8.05. .6ua. m., 1 45 and '"The" I'M a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains liar through cars for New York.tla Alleutown. 8UHDAYH I For Allentown and Way Stations, at 6.00 a. ra. For Heading, riilldeluphia, and Way Stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leare for Harrlsburg as Follows t Leave NewYork via Allentown, 8 5 a. in . 1.00 'Leave JNe'w York via 'Bound Brook ltoule."and Phil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AHUL 20, 1881. THE TIMES. JTew Bloomfleld, April 20, 1881. NOTICE TO ADVKHTI8KUH. No Ont or Rti-rfnlyiKi win b tntertod Inthli ipir hums iiKUi cs inioo mmi Due. WTwnty pr gent. In nnm of rKlr rstps, will MonRrKeaioraaveruiieniouM Menu uouoiouumiuii. Mr. J. n. Bits, Newspaper Advertising Ag't, 41 Park Kow. (Times Bulldliip), New Vork, is an thorlred to eontraut for advertisements for tint paper at our best rates. NOTtCK TO HUHHC'HI BER8. I.anNmt the lUnrrs on ths lbil of your paper. znoflonffiarrn ipij you I lir niwionn jiyr nnwm ffintinn unid. Wllhln weeks sitr money ! tit, r If lb tUt ! ctasnued. No other receipt isneoirv. Lord BEA'ONSFiELi,one of the Eng. llsh Ministers and the leading states man In that country Is dead. Tiios. J. Brady has been asked to re sign as Second Assistant Postmaster General and Richard A. Elmer, of Wa verly, N. Y., has been appointed In his place. W. A. M. Grler,the original Gar field man in the Chicago Convention has been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

TllH TIMES, NtiW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. A PHIL 2G. 1881. 5 THE TIMES. Lo&il Dei)h,i(tireit. ?ON3 TLVANIA . tt.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On mill aftr Monday. Jan. t7th, 1M1, Pasaenirer Train! will run as lutlowa ; WKSTWAHI). EABTWARD. I M1TI. J'na M ill Aoo. Ex. Tr'li li" TiTi I, A.M. P.M. P.M. I a.oi i.dii l.sn I t.Dil l.tlt 1.01 ! is u.t-j e.i I SOI 13.44 41 I 1.4; 1 13.1a n.iu 7 If 13.13 4.10 .3t 11 Ui 6.40 111.12 1.17 fl.ftb . 63 P 117 ID 1 a. 16 1.85 I ' I 7:10 ! A.U. A M A.M. WariUalllAra.PIU.,t Pass Tr'ulTr'u. Ex. Htations. 13.80, A.M. p.M. r.w. r.K. 1. so I.Su 1(1.24 1.91 IH l.tH i.ln 10.89 .44 .Mi j .H6 i.l! I a. mi t in ii. ts 1.16 (U 11.11 VU(I B.33 '.) I Harrlnbura-, Maryavlllci Diliicauiiou, Aiiuriluut Bally's, Newport Mlllt-ratuwu, ' Mifflin Lawiatowu J., HiintlnKdon.. Tyrone Altoona NTTBIIimOII. .4a an K.ll a. 37 10.04 10.40 19.18 1.16 1.66 4.1 U; 4.05 l ni 1 la on ' 1.18 : l.JH I tM-. a IU I 41 ' T IM P.M.lA.M. P.M. A.M., I HT-pm-lllr F.iprrM We at will atop at IHinoatiuoH at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

0 THE TIMKS. NEW liLOOM FIELD, l'A. AVIUL 20, 1881. bt Slloomficlb Whites. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Stock Shipping. The stockman gives the following no count of the manner of loading, storing and caring for cattle on sklpB bound en route from the United States to Eng. land. Cattle are taken on and under deck In stalls measuring two feet eight inches on vessels sailing from N. Y., and two feet six inches on those from all other parts of the IT. H. These stalls are built under the supervision of an Insurance Inspector. The rate of freight this season lias ranged from 14 ins. to .t'3 10s. a head, In advance. This rate Includes covered room for necessary fodder and passage to destination and hack for one attendant for every thirty head. During the summer shippers prefer to ship on deck, as cattle get more air and come out fresher at the end of the voyage. Ou deck the steamships carry between 150 and 170 animals, the under deck about 1!'!5 head. Drluklug water Is condensed by steam proces...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

THE TIMES. NEW UL00MFIEL1), PA., Al'ltlL 20, 1881. Philadelphia Advertisements. Ready Mixed Taints ! T UCAS HEADY MIXED PAINTS I HO WATER, MO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A rUKB Oil, PAINT, READY FOR USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL HIIADL'S OF .PAINT BENT BY. MAIL. IT IS PUT ONMKK OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD ANDOll., VIZ ! NICELY BKUHHKI) OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TIVY IT, And Ton Will Prore It to be the Best Liquid Paint In the Market. JOHN LUCAS St CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Ureen, WHITE LEAD, COLOR8, VARNISHES, &c tW For Bample Cards apply to F. Mortl lUier, Now Bloomllold, Fa., or to John Lucas dc Co., Philadelphia. eigLer&swearingen Successors to HUAFFNBR, ZIEQLER A CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Oloves, lllbboiiM, Nimpemlers, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A . Agents for Lancaster Combs. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON ft Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 April 1881

8 THK TIMES, NHW BLOOMFIELI), PA. AV1UL20, 1881. The Mailing of a Lettor. Tbo Newbury (Mann.,) lfcrald relate (ho following atory of the mailing of a letter which many persons, in part At least will take to themselves. Last Satur day night ft Newbury port gentleman, com lug to thla city, was risked by a follow passenger if he would be kind enough to drop a lottM' in a box when he arrived in town. Of course, he willingly agreed to do do, took the letter and placid It In a pocket. On Tuesday morning he put hi hand into that pocket and brought to light the missive, lie had returned to New buryport and forgotten his errand. Wish ing in part to atone he carried it to the depot aud gave it to the baggage matter with the request that the latter would baud it to some Boston-bound passenger, , that it might be forwarded. The baggage master took it and banded it to the first man going to Uoston whom he met, a perfect stranger. This gentleman read the superscription, and looked surprised, lie ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

I Wei fj in" lMnil!!uiVJ'i.,!!Wl!iMHI!l!iJl;ai!lllllllllir,ll! VOL. XV. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newsunper, IS PUBLISHBDBVBHY TUBSDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.30 PER VEAH, POVTAI3K FIIKF. SO CI S. K'OII non ius. To si-.bicrlber residing In this couutt, wlipre we have no postauB to nay. n discount of 25 cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. Advertising ratei furnlslied upon applies tlon. $ele5t Poetfy. WHEN I WAS SEVENTEEN. Ah ! well do I remember ftlll How bright life was to me When I was only seventeen And jou were twenty-three. The earth was fairer then, I think, Than ever I see now j How softly blew the warm west wind That listened to our tow. We made It In the whispering dark, Beneath our trystlng tree. Ah! then I was but seventeen, And you were twenty-three. The river rippled soft and low Its dear familiar song j We stood upon the old stone bridge, And all the world seemed young, And therewith one long lingering...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., MAY 3, 1881. A Story fur Teachers nuil .Scholars. IN the autumn of 1842, I received a visit from one of the Superintending Hchool Committee of the town of O , in the State of New Hampshire, lie introduced himself as Mr. Ilrown, and at once proceeded to - his business. He wished to employ a teacher for one of the schools in his town. He ran his eye over my frame, and I saw the result was satisfactory, for he Immediately ex pressed a desire to secure my services. I asked him what sort of a school it was. ' " Wal," he 9ald, with a peculiar nasal twang, ami a pronunciation not set -down by any of our lexicographers, "It's a ponty tarnation hard school, naow, I tell ye. But yeou've got the hone an' muscle, an' I reckon as haow .yeou might dew It." He again ran his eyes over my large, sinewy frame, and rubbed his hands with evident satisfaction. " Have scholars been In the habit of gaining control of the school !"' I asked. " Lord bless ye, yes. Why, no...

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

TIIK TIMKS, NRW BLOOM Fl KM), PA.' MAY 'A, IH81. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ABKANllEMKNT OF PAB8ENU EKTRAINB NOVEMBEuTsth, 1880. Trains Leave llurrlsburg as Follow : For New York via Allentown, at 8.03 . m. and 1.45 p. in. For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koiitu," tf.cl), R.no a. m. and I.4S p. in. For Philadelphia, at H.uu, .05, (tliruugh oar), 9.50 a. m., 1.4."am 4 ouu. in. ... , For Heading, at u.U0, tk, O.fOa. m., 1.43, 4.00, and 8.0H p. m. , . For rottsvllle. nt B.oo, R.03, 0 50 a. m. and 4.no E. m., and via bchuvlklll and Susquehanna ranch ui i.tn p. in. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Alleiituwu.at6.Uo, 8.0o, .ooa. m., 140 and 1.00 p. in. . , . The 8.03 a. m. and 1.43 p. m. trains have through ears for Aew Vol k, via Allenlown. SUNDAYH : For Allentown and Way Station, at 8 00 a. nt. Kor Heading, Phildeluphlu, and Way Stations, at 1.43 p. in. Trains Leave for Ihurlsburg ns Follows t Leave NewYork via Allcntown, 8 lft a. m . 1.00 aud 6 30 p. in. Leave ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

TJ1K TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), lA.t MAY 3, 1881. THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, May 3, 1881. NOTICK TO ADVRHTISKltS. No Out urStprootypn will he tmertod In this paper nnleH light lane ami ou metal bant. WTwenty pnrrpnt. In eriM of rrnular ratfa, will beohsrxrJ furadvertlaemouM net in Kimbln Column. Mr. J. n. IUim, NHWapnr Advflrtlslnn Afc't., 41 Park Knw. (Times IlulldliiK), Nw York, is au thorized to contract tor advertisements for tills paper at our best rates. HOTICI TO HITIIXOIMBF.KH. I.onltat the flKiirrn on I In laUel of your paper. Throe HKureatpllymi I'm ilniefo whlrh niiiuli. t erlpilon In imltl. Within a weekH alter money la tent, ao If the dato la chanved. No other rncelpt leneccttnarv. A terriiile HAiii storm doing much damage and killing oue person, passed over portions of Missouri on Thursday last. A FEiutY boat used In place of a bridge carried away by the flood ; across the Fox river at Elgin, 111., waa upset on Thursday last and ten or fifteen persons" were drowned. There ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 3, 1881. 5 THE TIMES. Io&il 1)epitttiriietit. PENNSYLVANIA It. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On snrt ftr Monday, Jsu. 17th, IMI, Pumeiiirir Trains will ruu as iuiu , WK8TWAK1). ' BA8TWARD. Mffl. .I'll" Mill Acc. fclx. Xr'u B 841 A.M. T.U r.M. n.iii' i.mi 7. mi tKl l.l T.iw lu'13.69 SMI 8.0:1; 13.44 4.1 . U.H3 .M 7.HS u.aa la i.u la. la (.to 6 lit 11.81 (.40 II 12 1.17 o.r.i a.M 0.117 a. ID) b.lb 1.86 A.M. A M A.M. Way lYjii . m ! Mali, Ace., Pits. I'r'nJTr'nl Kx. Til I m P.M. ie.W. f.H. i l'nmcirAL 8'1'ATIOMS. iji'MladelplilaT 'Msrysvlilp, Dum'aiinon, 1 Aipiriluct 'Daily's Newport Mlllrmtuwu, Mifflin LewlRtnwn J. HlltltlllKdon.. .Tyrone Alteon s.oo, I 00 4. so iu.ua s.ai i i "MO S.4S n.M HI I .17 IU.IM I II. 46' l.IS: I IS 1.65 l. sn I. in mm 1.44 .IW 8.(14 .Ml .! 11.111 I.M 11.911 .Ml II. 49) U.0 I I.IH I. AS 1.15 t.tl 4.3 0 OS T.l 1.4S .M MS1 7 I rlTTBBl' KG 11. r.M.lA.M.ir.M. A.M. I rtf"Parlllr Fxpreaa West will stop at liunrsniioit at 4 4s and at N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

BLOOM FIELD, PA , MAY 3, 188L ljc fjjloomfidb jhncs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Keeping Fruit. At a recent meeting of furtuers and others fur the iIIscushIou of the keeping of irult, the following Items of experi ence were brought out, which, lffaiti, may he of some interest to many of our readers. Apples packed in calcined plaster rotted very badly and quickly. The dry plaster absorbed enough moisture from the apples to dampen it and get up a degree of heat sufficient to spoil the fruit. Dry earth kept apples in fair condition to appearance, but the flavor was spoiled. Buckwheat chaff has been found excellent for packing fruit, as it contains very little starch. Wheat bran is objectionable on account of its abundance of starch, which soon moulds and spoils the fruit. Dry, for est leaves have been used with fair results for packing apples, Oak leaves are among the best for this purpose. Several bushels of fall apples having been stolen by a hired man, were buried In a large hay mow and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW IJL00MFIEL1), PA., MAY 3, 1881. Philadelphia Advertisement?. Ready Mixed Paints ! LUCAS' READY MIXED PAINTS ! nowater.no chemicals, no benzine, but a puke Oil. PAINT, READY FOR USE. Nlllliplc OllIcl. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT Bt MAIL. IT IS PUT ONMKR OTnF.n PAINT. MADE WITH LKAD AND OIL, VIZ t NICKLV BltUHHKI) OUT. NOT FLOWED ON L1KK WATER PAINT TRY IT, And Ton Will Prore It to be the Rest Liquid Paint lu the Market. JOHN LUCAS Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c HT For Sample Cards apply to F. Mortl mer, Now Blooinlluld, Fa., or lo Joliu Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. JEIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to BHAFFNER.ZIEGLERftCO., Importers and Dealers In Hoftlery, Sloves, lllbbons, Mugpendera, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fouri h Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs, w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHO...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 May 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 3, 1881. A Prison Plot. At Coin in bin, H. C, Inst week, one of the guards was arrested, charged with counterfeit ititf silver cuireucy. After a preliminary examination he was vent to jail in default of bail to await bis trial nt the approaching session of the U.S. Court. Tlio clroumstnitces which led to the nr re.it are as follows : Colonel Liscomb, the superintendent of the penitentiary, had information causing him to suspeot that some of the couviota wore making arrangements to escape. In pursuing his investigations he directed one of tho white prisoners to secrete himself under the bed of one of the suspected negro convicts. While there other uunvlots came in and engaged in conversation with the negro nbouc the plot and disclosed the plau of operation, all of which was duly reported by the man under the bed, to the proper authorities, who immediately summoned twenty or thirty of the oonvicts for exam ination. When they found that thoir plot...

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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