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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

THIS TIMES, NEW ItLOOMFlKLT), 1'A.. JUNE '2H, 1881. THE TIMES. Io&il l)cpki'tir(Cit. PENNSYLVANIA R. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On autl After Monday, May lsth, 1SBI, pnmienifer Tmltm will ruit kiiiama , WESTWARD. WayiMall,A.cR.lFlti.i Fim Tr'nJTr'u In.! EASTWARD. l'lMNOlPAt, STATIONS. Mffl. J'nn M.ill Aco. Ei. Tr'u mi A.M. r.H. P.M. Iimii. i.wi fl.fcHI I. OP 7. OH H'J 12.61 (tit m ini t H nifliia.m i.tia B MilS.iEJ MtlHa.la 6.10 (WO 1 1. 81 MO II .12 1.17 a. 66 . 62 H.IIT am .16 .! 7:10 A. 11. A.M A.M. 19. BO A.M. W . I r. v. lull 5.W) 2i) tat .'is l ii .! P.W.I lo.as; 10.82 ' I'lilliidflplilaT' RarrlHbiirir, MaryHvllle. lUu m-mimui. I Aqueduct li.ily'H Newport 'MllllTRtUWUi MifTlln iLpwIntuwn .1., Hnntlawdoli.. TyrnliH jAltnon PITTSVH'ltUll. .nil (.32 .4i M t.m fli H. 27 Ill.lHI 1 11.46 lius lift I. 56 6.6 ii. m II. ai: 11.411 I'J.UH l.l.li i.n.i: b In 7.U0 t.lMl MM 17 1 r.M.IA.M.IP.M.lA.M.i rwPaolllc Eiprpaa Vfwt will stop tt HnnrBnoM at 4.4S anil tit Newport At 6.117 a.m., when tUir...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

Till. TIMKS, NKVV IiLOOMFIELI), PA., JUNE 28, 1881. Newport Advertisements. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.: How Lard Cheese Is Made. The thriving country town of (louver neur, elUmteil In the mlilut of the Oulry . section of the Empire Ktnte, nml Inter, sectwl hy the WHters of the Oswegfttchle Ilivcr, fltulit Its source uniting the mli rored lakes of the famous Adirondack region, was vlslteii recently hy ft O'rocn' reporter, who, when strolling mining the hills and valleys in this fivvored section discovered four of Assemblyman Crop' ser's lard cheese factories. The old "Hall" factory, whlcli lor years has enjoyed the repututlnn of turn" logout a very superior quality of chcesct was first visited by tho reporter, at six o'clock In the morning. One by one the patrons drove up to the receiving win clow, anil the milk which they brought in large tin cans was weighed and then drawn oirinto tall tin buckets, which, when lilled, were set into a large vat of Ice water. Nine thousand pounds of mil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELl), PA., JUNE 28, 181. L'hiladolphla Advertisements. Ready Mixed Faints ! u u A s ' READY MIXED PAINTS ! nowateh.no chemicals, no benzine, BUT A rUKE Olli 1MINT, READY FOR USE. Hn.mp.lo Ciiitl. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF ,1'AIST BENT BY MAIL. it ta PUT ON LIKE OTIIEB PAINT. MADE WITH I.KA I) ANOUM.. VIZ: N1CELV BKUHUKDOUT. NOT Kl.OWEU ON I.1K.K WATEK PAINT TRY IT, And Yon Will TroTe II to be tlio Best Liquid Taint In tho Market. JOHN LUCAS Sc CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OK Swiss and Imperial French Ureeu, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c W For Bample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now liloomllutd, Pa., or to John Lucas ii Jo., Philadelphia. 2EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Successors to BHAFFNEK, ZIEGLEtt & CO.. Importers aud Dealers In Hosiery, Mloves, Ulbbons, Nuspemlers, 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 S Co., WHOLESA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

i 8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00ME1EL1), PA., JUNE 'M, 1881. The Man Willi a Lizard. rotor Lomon, of "OS Atwutor Btvoot, wlio was supposed to huvo a lizard, died nt 1 o'clock this morning, mid during tills fore noon a post mortem examination was held by Dr. E. U. Kills, agisted by Dis. 0.1'. Uuyloid, J. U. Oiloliilst ami O. 11. Foster. The examination revealed a tumor of deiiso llbious dubstauce, of tho diiodoiuim, or sec ond stomach. This disonsed mans did Dot inolude more than four or llvo inches of tho intestiun, but Its effect was to almost com pletely close- tho iiwmuo from his stomach downwards, and thus piovent the digestlou and aBsiniilation of food, lie Suffered but little from pain, and his doatu resulted, as It were, from starvation. From a man f ilOO pounds weight he was reduced to GO or (IS pounds. It Is due Mr. Lemen to say that the Idea of his having a lizard did not originate with him, but with the "doctors." Kvery botanic, clairvoyant and Indian "doctor" who saw him at onco ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 July 1881

rt b i. --sk I.J W f 19 B WlkiyTf:.i6r m Sw i t. V. f Sil r 1 1 l.iPt t'Si irihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiminNiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiit VOL. XV. INEW BLOOMFIELD, Il., TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1881. NO. 271 I 1 f"' till THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBI.ISniD ITEKT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & (JO. TEKMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 9i.so PRii vi'.ah, imst.;i: t ni l., so cts. ton 6 mosirns. To subscribers residing In mis coitntt, where we have no postage to pav. n dNcouHt or 25 cents from tho above terms will be made if payment Is made In advance. - Advertising rates furnished upon appllca Hon. The Manhattan Well Mystery. IN the year 1799 New York was not tbe sprawling: monster of brick and mor tar that It is to day. There is many a country town in the land to day which can make a better showing for itself in homes and people to live in them than the great metropolis of the Western Continent could at the end of the lust century. The thiekly-clustered houses luy all below Canal st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 July 1881

THE TIMES NEW ULOOM FIELD, l'A , JULY fi, 1681. A Lucky Move. "V1 '1VA, ih'ii r, It's i-oiiilng neur the llrftof May." And gen tie Mrs. Ktyuer ltiid down Hie I'liut Hint wus ioi-petuitlly bccnmlng eibowles, and looked Hcross tlie lump-lit table with anxious eyes. "Yes, liiiiiinnii, I know," u trllle wearily. Vlvt, a slender, pretty girl, with dark brown liuir Katbereil loosely behind shell-pink ears, and lips red m the cactus llo wee, met her mother's gn.e with eyes blight with wistful thought ful y ess. "And we must move, l course," cried a shrill young voice from the sofa, where ut Jessie, a volatile, overgrown school girl, "because the front gate Is oil' Its hinges, and the roof leaks, and the-" " Yes, Jessie, we all know the reasons for moving, but give nmtnnuv an oppor tunity to suggest where."' " There's hardly much choice about that," the pale-faced little woman said sadly. "Home place where the rent would be moderate; but" a sudden look of longing shining out of the pain wor...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM I'M ELI), 1A.. JULY 5. 1K81. 13 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R. A K It A N U K M t. N T OK l'ASHENOlillTHAlNS May 29th, 1881. Tin I us Leave Hairisbiirg us Follows : For New York via Allentowii, at 8.03 a. in. mi il 1.4S i. in. . . , for Now York via !iI1(IkIIi!h and "Bouud Brouk lloute." n.;W K.ni a. in. and .tnf. in. For Philadelphia, ut 0.3 1, 8.0. IWoa. ni., 1' mu! 4. On p. in. , ,. For KnadliiK, ata.20, 0.30, 8.05. 9.50 ft. m., 1.4a, 4.0O, and S.i.ih . in. , , ForFottsvllle. lit ..20. K.tn, 9.W a. in. and 4.00 p. m., and via Hchuylkill and .Hiis'iuehaiiiiii Branch ati!.4ii p. in. Fur Anlium. at 8.10 a. in. For Allentowii, at iUu, 8.06, U.fKln. m., 1.4a and 4.00 p. ni. The 8.05 a. in. and 1.4J l. in. trains have through cars for ew Vmk. via Allentowii. SUNDAYS ! For Allciitown and Way Stations, at " 20 a. m. For heading, I'hildelaphla, and Way Mutton, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave Tor HurrUbiiru as Follows t Leave NewYork via Alleuloivn, 8 !i a. in ....

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

4- TJIE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JULY 5, 1881. THE TIMES. Aeio Itloom field, July H, 1SS1. NOTICK TO ADVERTIHRItM. Ho (lit orHtprmlypo will b lnrtd In Oils imcr . iint r.w. :A .... aBii.i MP"Twwiy iwrcMit. inMciMin "I roxnlitr rtf. will beohMxedforadvurtliemouM wtltt Double Oolnmii. Rir. .1. H. HA1ES, Newspaper AnverusiHK hh tl Tark Itow, (Times lluHilliuc), New Voik. is au thorized to contract lor advertisements for tills uaper at our best vatei. DisrAnit received Just as we go to ess on Saturday 1. M., say a President Garfield was shot at Baltimore depot Ibis morning. We can get no partic ulars. Ox Wednesday night last, terrible storms visited nearly all parts of the United States. In many places hail fell In great abundance accompanied by high winds. Here the rain and wind was not great but the lightning was iinnsiial brilliant. A soinEit of persons In Union county N. J., have become ill from the use of water from their wells.and exhibit symp toms of poisoning. A party of tramp...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 5, 181. 5 THE TIMES. lOwhJ 1)cphi'tircrt. ' PENNSYLVANIA R.- MIDDLE DIVISION. On urn! nrtrr Monduy, May Train will nut tun . mill, ISM, rusnurer WKHTWAHD. KA8TWAHD. Villi, (! ,PI., PRINOIFAI. HTATIONR. MfN. Auo. J'ni. M ill rl'r'u Tr'ni Ka. I Hi. Tr'u la mi T.liil !S jl'hllailcllilila, 5. nil A.M. A.M. P.M. 7. HII 7.i ell 4 S.IMI Mil P.M. r. w. r. n. 1 1 I. in: h.iii IU.SM i""iuiii. I. HI! LSI I ti.lSI 1 1 II nryHVIHv. lu.iK K.HII I. Ml t.IWi 4.1 10.M 1 If II UI'NIMIt'Ui i AiiUPiluct,... Illttlly's I Nnwpiirt ., Mllli-l'tituwil, Milllln, IjOWlHtllWll .1. MimttttifUou. TyrollH, ...... Allnum. 1.4 .Ml D.ll .'J7 I D IM low ID.In I. It I.M .mi r.u. 44 IK n.iif. an. M 4. ill It.ll.-i1 7. Ill 3.4f) f.s ! .7 . II' I l.'JI t.iw 11.4't: ,ia.iw 1.1:1' ! I. AH X 14 11.44' H j la .;, Milni.aai D.io 1. 41) in .ii ton s.iu A.M. S.UO II .HI .III K.M H.lli 7.WI A.M.. I'lliSlltltGll. A.M. P.M. llt'loC ItUIHH, Examination of teachers In Franklin futility begins o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 July 1881

TIIK T1MKS, NKW BLOOM I'lKLD, I'A., JULY 5, 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. the History of the Potato. The Dotato lias a curious liUtofy. It It a native of the elevated valleys of tho A ndos iu IV ni ami Chilli, and Is found as far nortli as Mexico. It was takon to Hpaln soon after the discovery of the American continent, aud was cultivated in gardens as a liotonlcal I'urlnaity. The tubers being Miiall and not edible In its wild state, it attracted no attention. In 158(1, Hit Walter lUlelgh introduced it Into England, and Is credited with bringing It from Virginia; hut of this there Is no evidence. Its cultivation In the cool, moist summers of Ireland soon developed large tubers, which were found to conni.st chiefly of starch. A success ful experiment wus made in the use of the tuber as food, but this was met and combated by a number of learned men, and Beveral works were writteu ami published to prove Its poisonous charac ter. It beloilgs to the great Nightshade family (iSoftwww), al...

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

THK TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIKU, I'A., JULY f, 181. L Ji i 1 id o I iU t ii Advertisements. Ready Mixed Paints ! u c a s ' HEADY MIXED FAINTJS ! NO WATKIl, NO CIIKMICAL9, NO BENZINE, BUT A rUllE Olli 1MIMT, READY FOll USE. HfllUl3 OlU'tlW. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BT MAIL. IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH I w" ANDOIL. VIZ ! NICELY U1UIHHk'mUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WA1E11 FAINT TRY IT, And Yon Will Prove II to ho tho Bent Liquid Puiut lu the Market. JOHN IVUOVH Ac. CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTUKEHS OF Swiss mid Imperial French Ureen, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VAUNISIIKS, &c For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New BloomUeld, Pa., or lo John Lucas & (Jo., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Successors to HHAFFNEU, ZIEGLEK S Ct)., Importers and Dealers in ' Hosiery, Sloves, lllbboii, fSuspenders, THREADS, COMBS, aud every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. I'JIILADELPJIIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 July 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1KL1), PA., JULY 5 1881. A Minor's Romance. At Amlios. Collego, In the class of 'o3, there wore two chums, who lind atuok to gether ever since they hnil flint entered col lege Tlioy were fust friends and tio trouble lindever ilUUiibed their friendship. One was the sou of rich parents and the other of ft country minister. When they graduated, the rich man's son went luto business Kith his father in New York and took bis friend with him as an employee. Things went smoothly for some time, when thnt common accident of life happen edthey both fell iu love with the same gill. The light in the heart or the employee was long and bitter, but contrasting his ' position with that of his friend, tho differ ence in the advantages he could offer the womat), he yielded, and with scarce a word of parting, with none of explanation, heieft New York and went West. A. year afterwards found him in 8in Francisco, and be soou joined the gold diggers. Ilia fortune was varied at times...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

TOL. XV. THE TIMES. "An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBMSIIBDEVERTTUESIUT BT P. MORTIMER & CO. TEUMS : INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $1.50 IKK T10AII, rosTAliE n-ICKK. .so crs. toit itiovrias. To subscribers rpsiillni; In Tttts cointy. where we have no piMtiiKB to my. : illicimHt of edits from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. A lvorthlns! ratm furnished upon appllca f Ion. $eledt Pocti'y. A SILENT VOICE! Sweetly the evening bells ring out their cnll, Hlowly tlio deepeulug twilight shadows fall O'er dreamy earth and sky. The cricket chirps In solemn changeless tone, Thrilling my heart with sadness as alone In weariness I sigh. Sweet are the voices that the twilight brings, pearet the sadness that to memory clings For happy thoughts come too. Of golden dreams of youth too bright to last, Sweet visions of an unforgotteri past, When lores dear song was new. But when the darkness deepens Into night And all my golden dreamBhave taken flight, Jly heart grows wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

THE TIM US NEW HL00MFIEL1), PA., JULY 1 2, 1881. The Conductor's Story. I THINK It Is Emerson who gay: " Wlien you pity for your ticket mid get Into the cur you hnve to guess what goo J compnny you nliall 11 ml there. You buy much tlmt is not rendered lu the hill. " I hnve found this remark eminently true on several occasions, particularly when my We long filend ltuth hears me company. ltutli Is the most unconventional of women. She travels, as he does every thing else, with whole-souled earnest ness, and Muds hread where most could gather only stones. Thus, recently helng in the rear end of a long train, she preferred standing on the platform aud drinking lu at one draught the ninsnill cent valley through which we seemed flying, than by tantalizing sips, ns one has to from behind a narrow car win dow. I followed her. I always do. And, holding on to the narrow railing, we felt somewhnt like two comets whirling through spaoe. Soon the door behind us banged, and a gentleman in the mid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW B LOOM Fl ELI), PA.. JULY 12. 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANriKMKNT OK PASS KNG Kll THAIN8 May 29th, 1881. Trains heave llarrfcltnrg us Fallows : For New Yol k via Allentown, at 8.05 ln- ml 1.43 . m. . , , Knr New York via Plillntlflplilw and ' Bound Brook Itoute." H.30 H.oft a. m. and 1.45 p. m. For Philadelphia, lit 0.3), H.io, t.5utt. m., 1.45 and 4.WI p. in. .. ... For Heading, at o.20, 0.30, 8.05. O.SOft. In., 1.45, 4.0D, Rllll 8.0N p. ui. . j , or rottsvllle, ut r.ai, im, h. , ra.nim i.m ni . umi via Nihiiv!kili mid Hiismiehaunii ranch nt. 2.4ii p. in. For Auburn, at 8.10 a. in. ror AlletllOWU, Ul EI.ZU, B-VO, y.ovn. m.. j.v.iuuu l.dll p. in. The s.O.i ft. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through curs for .Sew Yoik, via Allcutown. SUNDAYS : For Allentown and Way Htatloni, at 5 2'1 a. m. For limuliug, l'liihlelaphla, and Way citations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave ror IliuTlslmig; as Follows t Leave NetWork via Allcutown, 8 5 a. in . 1.00 and 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

4 THE TIMES NEW It LOOM FIELD, 1A., JULY 12, 1881. THE TIMES. JTew liloomfletd, July l'i, 1SS1. NOTICR TO HtlllMCItlBKIIM. I.iinh nt th flVuree nil Mia Ukol of your ratter. f hootlinirrH tf II you I tin flat I o Miilrli yon I' mil rrliMlnii 1 Wttliln 3 wrakB a:ur money 1 )nl. If tu date 1 dunned. No other rtcpll't ! Bcosiatrr. Lateit Bulletin. ' WASHINGTON, iJ. U., JUiy 11, V A. JU. The President passed a comfortable i night and his coutlitlon showed an im- AVprovementoverthatof yesterday. Pulse, 99 ; temperature, 09 j respiration, 22. - Signed Dns. Bliss, and otiiehs. A person of thePresldent's ace should lu good health have Pulse "0 to 72, Respi ration 18. The Stalwarts will now desire some new christening, since Oulteau lias claimed to be one of the most orthodox members of the Stalwnrts. If Governor Hoyt continues to send In his vetoes, the Legislature, will not have much left of their winter's work. He is already entitled to be called the champion vetoer. If Guiteau is a lunati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

., JULY 12, 181. fi THE TIMES. " PENNSYLVANIA &. R.-JIIDELS DIVISION. On mi i uNer Mnmliiy, My Hth, iwl, l'Mnrainr Tntiu will run hh ioiinvii. , WKHTWAJtD. EASTWARD. I'mmiiPAi. II Mffl.i.l'niiM.ill HTATION. , Aoo. Kx. lr'u Will I .tri p. IV. i lu.aa I IU.M rhllnilrliihlK, 'ftftrrlfdiurM-, lAlsryHvlht-, UlllltlMIIIHlUt AilHPllllCli.. Dully' Newport Mllll'MlOMIl, Ml II llll LpwIntuWH J. II II lit I iik doll . Tyrolift , Altuoiia I. Nil P. M. P.V. ti.llO B.2'1 5.41 47 .IW (l.'lt . HI 7. Ml P.M. 7 -HO 1.1 .t(l HH 6. Ill HMi K.IO 1.40 6.17 H.M H.O" S.iD Ju.llH l.Hll 111!1! l.l! Vfl U.fS V.I4 I-J.44 Ni'I'J.b:i 11. in li.'ii 11.4ft1 l-i.UKi t.i:ii l.M H.Ufii " ii!U.aa 13.12 fUi:ll. i 11.11 P. 117 1 7.011 ciri'siii'iuiii. 1:"0 A M A.M. twPni'lllr Kspress West will stop it Ihiiii'hiiuiiii at 4.4S lltlil Ht Ni.'THt't til A.iii a. in., wIhmi ltaMrd. IVilnlui 'M.tll lV:iy lJUrtiHKr l(':vci llsi'rl - bur Daily thcotlier trains llaily except Htiuday. IsrlclIlciiiM. j The wifi! of Mr. Michael ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

(5 THE T1MKS, NEW BLOOM Fl Kl.!. I'A ,.1ULY 12, 1881. ffijcIoomfidb (Linus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Coal Ashes Coal ashes are not as valuable for fer llllzers as they are for other purposes. We know of no better absorbents than coal unites, and we are always surprised to see large, unsightly plies of such ash es lying around dwellings, when they might be profitably used In the privy vaults and for absorbing the sewage from the house. There Is very little, If any, free alkali in them, so that they never liberate ammonia, but rather ab sorb It, also absorbing other offensive smells. Coal ashes could also be used to advantsge In the hog pen, but much of their value depends upon the tempera ture at which they are burned. Ashes from furnaces are frequently vitrified; that Is, they are burned at such a high temperature that they are dissolved to a certain exteut. When this is the case, they make excellent gardeu walks. Their mechanical effects upon the soil are excellent; they render-stil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00M FIELD, PA., 111 1 A" 12, 181. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Ready Mixed Faints ! k U U A S ' HEADY MIXED PAINTd ! Philadelphia Advertisements. BROWN'S 1. .ta: ,'r.'t7r;'r. nowateb.no chemicals, no benzine, BUT A rUKK OIL PAINT, READY FOlt USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT Bt MAIL. IT 13 PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AMU1I., VIZ : rue Kb x BKUSHEDOUr. NOT FLOWED ON UKK WATEH PAINT TRY IT, And Von Will Trove II to bo the Best Liquid Paint In the Market. JOHN LUCAS Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Ureen, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c tST For Sample Cards apply to F. Mortl mer, New Uloomtlold, Pa., or to John Lucas ifc Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' SucocBsors to 8HAFFNEK, ZIEGLEH & CO.. Importers and Dealers lu Hosiery, Jloves, llihhons, (Suspeiulers, THREADS, COMBS, ' and every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 38, North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs...

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. — 12 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 12, 1881. An Astonished Mother. A cli lUl mut Its mother woto milking nloii the afreet In ltornollnvillo, N. .1., one lny l:int neck, wbon, stulilonly anil without vnrulnp;, tho child vanished eiitlrily from sight, dining tho In.Hnnt tlmt Its mother turned mound to aimwor a question, Bearoh mm umdo, mut after some tlino tho lltllo one was discovered in ft cellar, of n storo In .front pt which they had been walking when she disappeared. A trap door In the aldowalk was brokeu, aud ai the mother stepped on one end of it, it flew open, lotting the child down into the cellar, aud when the mother Btepped oil" tho door it cn mo back into itn place ngniu. The -child fortunately received no injuries. Equal to the Emergency. A seiisaMuii was ci'i-iiti'l at a b.ill In riiughamton, N. Y., recently, th t cut short tho pleasures of at least one of the conipauy. A lady attended the hall, leav ing a young babe at home in tho care of ber husband, lie was lot suc...

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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