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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MFIEL1), PA.. MAY 21. 1681. THE TIMES. L(06h Dephi'tqciit. PIWN3YLVANIA R. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On and after Monday, May Hth, MM, Passenger Tralua will rim aa luiiowt. WESTWAltD. EASTWARD. I Mlfl. J'na M ill Aoo. Ex. Xr'n I. Ill A H. P.M. P.M. lii.Wi I.W 1 Hi n.tm l.iiK rroi !H l.M .611 0 14. 19.44 4.4 Hl IS. 83 .HS ""I 19. M fti MU 19.19 S.HI I.W) II. HI .4U 11.19 1.17 n.u a.o .U7 1.08 B.lf. . ! A.M. A.M A.M. WrMall,Aro.,Pltl. FkM Tr'u Xr'n Hx.U Stations. li.to A.M. .K) i Philadelphia, nrrlbilr, ;MaryaIHa. 'iDuuiamiou, f Aqueduct,.... Bally's, 'Newport, If llleratowu, Mlfflll Lawlatowu ., UillltlllKiluu.. Tyronu, I Aitooua P.M. p. w.'r.n. l.M t.O) IV.aO t.Xil 8 HI I . 11.31 J.W) 1I.491 S1 MO I. SKI a. em .; 1UM l.M B.ofi Bit i.e 4.90 .Mi 7.01 1 .45j IIM 19.11 1.16 I.W I. Ill l.M t.M 1:11V 7.00 iriTTSBl'ltUH. r.M.IA.M.IP.M.lA.M.II fcw-paclfie Express West will atop at timmauhoH at 4 anil at Newport at . 1)7 a. m., when Hawed. irioluir Waal, the Way Passeuirer leara...

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. — 24 May 1881

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 21, 1881. filoontficlb ffhucs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. For Oiir Farmers. Corn does Dot succeed well after buck wheat. Brakes are quarrelsome, the fewer on baud the better. Water filtered through charcoal he comes perfectly pure. Oak Is stronger than iron, both pieces being of equal weight. Foor cows are dear at any price; really good ones, If young, are never sold too high. A cow should give at least $30 Worth of milk a year. It Is well for farmers to bear In mind that the average for all breeds of cows Is about six pounds of hay, or its equiva lent, for one quart of milk. The Agricultural Department Is In formed that the codling moth is making such ravages among the orchards of California as threaten the destruction of all the apple trees on the Pacific coast. At a recent agricultural gathering In New England, one claimed that he made 12 per cent, on his capital invested In farming, and another said he did not make over H per cent. Horse Shoes...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

7 I'tiiU lelplita Advertisements. Itoiidy Mixed Paints ! UCAS' READY MIXED PAINTS ! rNO WATER, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A PUKB OIL PAINT, READY FOR USE. Nmuplo Onvclw. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PA1XT BENT BT MAIL. IT IS POT ONMKK OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD ANDOIL, VIZ: NICELY BKUHHKDOUX. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATK.lt PAINT TRY IT, .And Ion Wilt Prove II to be the Rest Liquid Faint in the Market. JOHN 1L.XJOAH At CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Grecu, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c 1ST For Sample Cards apply to F. MoTH taer, Now Bloomileld, Pa., or to John Lucas & Jo., Philadelphia. 2EI'GLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to HHAFFNEK, ZIEGLER & CO., Importers and Dealers Id Hosiery, loves, llibbons, Nuspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ot TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs, w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 503 MARKET STLEET, P...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., MAY 21, 1881. Funiielflner'8 Adventure In a Well. George Fumlelgner, a Willinmsburgh Gevmnn, found himself in Paterson on Saturday night last week, without money. At it threatened to rain, he rambled about the suburbs, and came across what he sup- ' posed to be an old ahed back of the Orphan Asylum at Handy Hill. It proved to bo a long uuused well, about VO feet deep, and Mr. Fundcigner aiiddouly found himself at the bottom of it. Being unable to get out, he yelled for assistance. The old well is near a grave yard, and several persona who hoard the yells on that stormy night ran home convinced that It wai something su ' peruatural. One woman rushed into her kitchen pale as death, throwing her market basket'down on the floor, vowed to her husbaud that she would never as long as aha lived, pass that grave-yard at night. Finally some one who heard Fundeiuger'a groans informed Policeman Bailey, who, , with the assistance of some neighbors and a clothes...

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. — 31 May 1881

la Hi' ",V :iK.i"r'- I (fit 1 lumfj ,:v:',.:;ll..!;;!i,i!liiiiil'Wi!ii!iiliiliiHl!!iiiiC VOL. XV. NEW I3LOOMFII5L3D, IJ., TU12SDA.Y, MAY 31, 1881. NO. 22. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLI8BID BTBRT TCBSDAT r T F. MORTIMER & CO. TEWMS t I N VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 1 1.90 PEK VIM It, IMSTAiE rilEE. so cm. run months. To subscribers resldlnR in this county, where we have no postage to pay. a dlsentiHt ot 25 cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. W Advertising rate? furnished upon appllca tlon. A Nice Little Plot. THE Major on a sunshiny day In the main street of Ballykillrowdy was pleasant to behold. He was not strictly a handsome man perhaps, but he had the air of being a handsome man an air of so much nonchalauce and good humored triumph that it imposed upon most people and sent them away with the notion that the Major was an Adonis. He had one of the grandest figures I . remember to have seen. Strength eat by his side with grace o...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

TllK TIMES NKW ULOOMFIKL1), PA., MAY 31, 1861. element of comedy. The I'.lnliop and tbe Bishop's eltluHt ami second sons, and Dill Durgan lipgnn to think tlie world gone mud, when, with one htlplesH j ell, the Mnjor flung himself Into an arm chair, and laughed until he fell out of It " Hal lia 1 ha 1" came faintly from the drawing room through closed doors. "Hal ha! lial" screamed Jack, as he writhed upon the floor. "Hal ha ! ha I" roared the Major, In a voice w hich startled a passing wagon er upon the high road, llfty yards dis tant. It Is a fact worth chronicling that the Bishop and his sons and Hill Durgan are all a little more puzzled at this time tunn they were nt the moment when the amazing scene JiiBt described was before their eyes. They are all persuad ed now that there was something at tlie bottom of It. Vivian kept the secret loyally. Of course Julia knew it, but she kept it. Bhamus Murphy aud his wife, knew it, and did uot keep it ; but between their custom ers aud tlie...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

THE TIMKS. NKW BLOOM Fl VAA). l'A.. MAY 31. 1881. '3 ft A I L ;t O A O & . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R AKKANrtKMlCNT OK I'ASHEKCi K J TM AIN8 XOVE.HUEK lotli, 1880. Trains liPiire Hiin isbiirg ns Fllons t Kor New York via Allentowli, at S.05 a. m. and 1.4ft . ih. for New Vork via I'hiladelphlH and "Bound Brimk Itonto," H.i li, 8.v a. in. and I.Wp. m. Kur 1'litiailHlpiiia., at tl.ixi, M, (IIuuiihIi car), 9.50 a. in.. 1.4.'i ii in! 4.IHI i. in. For KeiiilliiK.ut li.uu, t to. II. 50 a. m., 1.45 , 4.00, ami S.IM p. in. Jforroltsvilte. atfl.Ol), 8.05, P.5H a. in. and 4.00 &. in., ami via Schuylkill iiml HtiMcnielianna much lit, 2. In p. in. I'Dr Auburn, ai o.3u n. in. fur AllKiituwu, lit C.IW, S.0;", U.tma. in., 145 and 4.U0 p. in. The N.05 a. in. and 1.43 p. m. trains have through cars fur iew koik, via Allentown. 8UNOAYH i For Allentown ami Way HtallnnH. at 8 OH a. m. Fur Hi'iiiimc, l'liililtlnphia, u ml Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lenro Tor llarrisburg its Follows t L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

T1IK TIMES NEW HLOOMFIKLl), l'A, MAY 31, 1881. THE TIMES. Aetv piootnleltl, May 31, JiSl. NOTIUK TO ADVKHTISRHS. Ho tint orMtirnUypd will b linfrtwl in this 1 11"' BuIph llKlit fo and ou metal !. tWTwimtyperiwit. In nc of wills' rli'. will bsobsmdlorsilvertlumH-uM satlu loubliOoluiiin. Mr. J. It. 1U1KS. Nflwsiiniinr Advurtlsltn Au't., 41 Park Kow, (Times lliillillim). New Yc.i k, is ii. tlmr I red tooniilrart fur advertisements lor this paper t our best rates. KIITICK TO irilWHIBEIt. I.nnh lit h flwurni nn Uh'l cr ynnr iiir. Ihoni'llKiircmoll ynu ill iliilnto which niui nh- ri-lpllflll In tin snt, If the .-i'.i u-ithiti a wnnkH alter infiitnv in Ual IS OUBUKPU. f uin-r rpuriin UuftceMrr Among our exchanges we find so far that twenty-eight ltepubliean papers support the President, while two take shies with Conkling in the "late un pleasantness." The "striking" Senators seetn to be in a minority, The Lkcuslatuiik has decided to adjourn on the Dili of June. This makes the session one w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

THE .TIMES, NEW I1L00M1TKL1), PA.. MAY 31. 1881. THE TIMES. f INN37LVANIA R. S.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On and after Monday, May Trains will ruu as tuiluw , Hth, 18X1, Faenter EASTWARD. WE8TWAP.D. Way taa Mull Acs., Pit. Tr'uj Ex. Mffl. A 00. J'n M.tl Tr'u Tr'u HXATIOMB, rhUadelplilaT Kx. 19.11) 7. Ml .ui P.W A.M. lll.lHi P.M. 1.811 P.M. 1.80 7.08 8.60 S 48 8.89 etJ 8.10 5.40 1.17 8.69 S. (Ml ti.aa . M. S.UO a. si 6 1C3 Miry.vllk, Ml 10.89 iJncmiou, 5 47 Aqueduct 6.6 lUnlly'a .T!l.ll;Nowiort, 0. 19 11 21 1 Mllloriltowu, ? mi h i., u ..1 II,, trw i.iihi 0 21 13.69 1.88 s.4 p.us D.ll tii.ua lll.4rt IS.ls I 16 1.56 .no CM. a. 44 111 8. (Hi a. is 8 J 51 4IU V.I4 12.441 Km. 19.88 nni ly.yj 8 4i u.ia b.ixi ii. m lUHli IjewlHiown 1,1.1 HlllltlliKU'iu.. 163 Tyrone a.aa. lAttooua u. la .II5 7.01 ! 7.46 8.08 8.W 7:18 A.M. 8.16 Too rifTSDUHGH, P.M. A.M. ,1 tV-ptrincF.xprp Went will atop at DmicauboH at .4 ami at Newport nl 6.UT A. m.. when HiivtreU, tar-(1'ihiir West. the Way l'HHflenirer leave Harrl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

Til I TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., MAY 31, 1881. 0 aTa-SI'IIaO THE 1 : . Newport Advertisements. JEWPORT DRUG STORE. i - V ff h nsrldif on hand a complete assortment of the fol lowing artlclM, the ubscrlber ki a bsreof yen HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Rights of Land-Owners to tho Road. We have before alluded to the law upon this ouhject, nnd will add the fol lowing, from Judge Ilennett's law : " If a farm deed Is bounded by, on, or upou, a rond, It usunlly extends to the middle of the roadway. There are a few exceptional cnses; but ordinarily the fanner owns the soil of half the road, and uiny use the grass, trees, stones, gravel, sand or anything of val ue to him, either on the land or beneath the surface, subject only to the superior rights of the public to' travel over the rond,and that of the highway supervisor or other similar officer to use such ma terials for the repair of the road ; and these materials he may cart away and use elsewhere on the road, yet he has no right to use th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MKIKL1), L'A., MAY 31, IK. L'iilli lulpliU Advertisements. llcatly Mixed Taints ! HEADY MIXED PAINTS ! nowater.no chemicals, n6 benzine, but a puke OH. PAINT, READY F Oil USE. Niimplo Ofii'tls. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .rALNT BENT BT MAIL. IX 19 TUT ONtlKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NIOELX BlvllHIlKI) OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TBY IT, And lou Will ProTe It to be the Best Liquid L'aint In the Market. JOHN IUOA.S Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French tirecu, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c X3T For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer; New Bloomttuld, Pa., or lo John Lucas Sc Co., Philadelphia. JTEIGLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to 8HAFFNER,ZIEGLER & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, faioves, lliltbohs, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., 'WHOL...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 31 May 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), FA., MAY 31. 1881. A Wonderful Escape. At Cincinnati last week, Bernard Koeh ler noil FiIIb Illsgen, two house-painters, Ivqan painting the large house at Betts street and Central Avenue. Three o'clock in the afternoon found them close under, the caves of the house and sixty-five feet from the ground. They hnd Just finished the surface within reach and had started to lower the scnffold a few feet. Wheu the required distance bad been reached Hisgen called to his partner to bang on to the rope until he (Ilifsgen) tied his own, wheu he would come over and perform a like ser vice for blm. Hisgen had just completed his own kuot when Koehler cried out : " Come over quick, I can't bold it." Hisgen, as quickly as possible, started across the aerial bridge, but bad not gone two steps when he saw the man let go his hold and felt the lnddor give way beueath bis feet. As he began to fall, in the ener gy of desperation he, with both bands grasped the almost smooth t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 June 1881

VOL. XV. NEW 13r.OOMFI.BLr), 1JA..; TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1881. NO. 23. THE TIMES. Aa Independent Family Newspaper, I8PUHI.13UBDEVBHTTUB8DAT BT R MORTIMER & CO. TEllSIH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. t. so rrcu vr.tit, imwtabf. siirr. so vi s. ion (I MONTHS. To si-.twerlber reHldliiR In Tnis toitntv, where we have no postage to pav. h dlsi'miHt, nf 25 cents from tlio alnve terms will lie made If payment Is made tu advance. Advertising rate? furnished upon nppllca tlou. CHALKING CHINAMEN. How tho Custom House Agents Inspect the Chinese. THE San Frauclsco Chronicle of a recent date says : The landing of a thousand Chinamen on the Pacific Mail wharf creates a scene of most amazing confusion and disorder, and presents many curious studies in life studies brilliant only in physical color ; dreary and blank enough other wise. The City of Tokio arrived on Bunday with 1,040 Chinese steerage pas sengers, and having passed quarantine was at once placed alongside the wharf and commenced unloading pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 June 1881

THE TIMES NEW HLOOMFIKLI), PA., JUNE 7, 1881. A Loan From Gon. Washington. 1KUT. H- wlio (lUllngulftlied Ju lilmm'tf In nevrrnl Wiles that were fought at the (-lone of the Revolutionary war, linri the 3in pplncna to win the heart of Caroline N , tlie ilnnghter of oue of Virginia's proudest aristocrat, but not Hie good fortune to win the approval of her fiunlly, Ju fact, hi advances were repulsed, and he whs left the alternative of endeavoring to Induce Caroline lo leave all for him, or to abandon hi suit. He wa not of a temperament to choose the lat ter course, and Mis N loved hlni too truly to hesitate long In her choice of the two ouurse left for her adoption. They were married privately and without the knowledge and cousent of Mr. N . When the latter received the Informa tion of what had been done, he obeyed the dictate of wounded pride and refus ed to be reconciled to hi daughter. Hhortly after the marriage of Lieut. H , he wns ordered to the Western frontier. Caroline accompani...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 June 1881

i " THE TIMKS. NKW BL00MF1KLI), PA.. JUNK 7, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARKANtt KMKNT OF I'ABBEKUEHTRAINB NOVEMBER loth, 1880. Trains 1-eavQ Hnrilsbiug ns Follows : For New Yolk vU AUentown, at 8.05 a. m. ami 1,4". p. in. For New Vork via Philadelphia unit "Bound Brnok Kuute," tt.UI, H.i-5 ft. in. and 1.43 p. 111. Fur rmiiittf Iplila, at li.H), 8.05, (thruuuu car), 9.50 IV. in.. 1.4.') hih! 4.IHI p. in. For KeadliiK,at0.iJO, .U4. 9.60a. m., 1.45 , 4.00, mill H.0H l. ill. Vorl'ottsville. at 6.00. 8 05, WW) ft. ill. Hurt 4.00 p. in., ami via holuiylklll una Husiitielianna Branch at 2.4n p. in. l or Auburn, at b.Hn a. in. For AUentown, at 6.Uu, 8.05, O.bua. in., 1.45 and 1.00 p. in. The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. train have through ears for ew ttoik, via AUentown. RUMDAYH : For AUentown and Way Stations, at BOO a. m. For KhuiIiiik, l'hildelaphia, iiml Way stations, at 1.43 p. in. Trains Leave for Harrlsljurg ns Follows i Leave New York via AUentown, 8 5 a. m . i.00 am...

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

i THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIKIJ), PA., JUNK 7, 1681. ME TIMES. Veto JHootnfleld, June 7, 1SS1. l - OTICK TO ADVKKTISKHS. f' or S rerun pa will be linerled IntliU paper 1 (i lit t w ludonnicul bus. fcjrnty per eent. In momh or rea-nlar rte, 'H "yjloradvertlaementa aetln Duubleuolumu. (' Conkling, after his resignation rprised that the people generally p 1soresigned,and he has aboat con to stay reigned. j It. j.' Wilson, of Itushvllle, Indiana, , was training a $1,000 trotter a short time since, when the animal reared up, fell back and broke his neck. It was au expensive feat as well as a rear one. r The negro's definition of bigotry Is as good and inclusive as that of Webster's x 1ktionary. "A bigot," said he, "why i&l a man who knows too much for 4ne and not quite enough for two." There are a good many men wuo iuigui t described in the same words. L shout temperance lecture is em bodied in the following Item: The New lork Herald says that four-fifths of the I. ...Una l.ot ronnh tli m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 June 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMriELl), TA.. JUNE 7. 1881.' TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. E.- MIDDLE DIVISION. On nnrl after Mnnday, May Trains nlll run u touw , WKHTWAHIl. Hth, IMl, F-asaena-er EASTWAtlD. Way Paaa iTso Arc, Pita. Tr'uj Kl. . St. I P.M. t.ou 10.86 6 9J I ftH lo.M 1.47, I .) n.tn 11.18 . in n ail 7. I II.W I'tnm-ieAi. H'fATIONS. Philadelphia, ITftrriBbune.' THE miti. .rn m.iii Auo. Et. Tr'u t.HU am. t.u. r.M. bit I.ntl 7. BO !'! I.l 7. OH oaa la.ta i.bu . M 13. 44 43 Hi la. a d.iia KSI 1J.2J aj .u e.w II ;n t.40 11,13 1.17 .iu i.m D.II7 H I D.16 (.Hi 7:11) A.M. A.M A.M. Tr'n 7. 1 A. M r.M a (to Maryavina, DuliralihiiUi Aqueduct,. ... Hally'a Newport MJIlerRtowtl, Mitriln Lt'WlRlown J. Hunt limuou. an a.4 K.f3 KM S.27 lu.M I0.4! i.44 8.5fi B.UTi II lit ill 4 'JO til 7.01 Ms! l-J.UHi I. IS I. AS. ID. IK I. lit I.W i.im r.M.I 1 yrouH. . Allnoua mrsurituii. 7.00 a.m.; r.U.lA.M.I f-ayr-BcHlc Express Went will top at Dmintnmm at 4.4KnmlRt Nrwpnrt it fl.lt; a. ui., wIiimi ninorcU. Iril(iliiif...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 June 1881

A 4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A., JUNE 7, 1881. O-bc llUoomficlb Sinus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Management of the Little Folks. It 1h useless) to endeavor to make a fchllil t'untrol Ills temper If you give wny to you own, to till lilm to tie truthful V hlle you are not ktrlotly no.to Inculcute tipiilues. wlille tHreless of your own drew; the little folk are Uecn olwerverg, and will not reapeotyou unless you are .worthy! lie careful not to Impose un !'Hary Instructions to forbid noth vlthout reason. It In well to Infuse : ii child's mind the wholesome prln of nclfrespeot, to teaoh lilm that lu things are to be avoided and i s cultivated, not because you shy so, necauKe of his own dignity and no- jxmltlon. Ho should they be taught Jthulr earliest years that certain things .'..in fur llmle crniil( fhnl. trpntlptlPSfl. tin n " ' B ' srlflHhness and neatness are not only admirable In themselves and pleasant In the home circle, but they make tlmlr posteMsor welcome In the outer world, ...

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

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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. — 7 June 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUKE A York County Tragedy. At 6.80 o'clock on Hominy morning of Inst week, n Knocking; murder nml nil at tempted suicide by tlie tminlercr occurred nt C'ojle'n Ferry, Yoik county, dlreoUy opposite Mnrlottn. John Coyle, only son of tbe forry-mnu by that name, In ft fit of jealousy or desperation phot at ftud killed Emily Mycin, nged about twenty yours, whose parents are dond, aud who was formerly of Cbnmbcrsburg. Emily bad bceu a servant In the Coyle family during the past winter. Miss Myers rose early on Monday morning to milk the cows. Sev eral pistol shots were heard, after which John Coyle, the accused, came walking in to the house, having blotches of blood on bis clothes. Young Coylo is twenty-six years old aud is Bald to bo of unsound mind, lie bud fallen desperately in love with Emma and Htatcd that she promised to many him. frihe trilled with him, bo said, and for this reason he shot her. Deceased before she came to Coyles' lived with her g...

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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