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

5 THE TIMES. I(0al Dcp.u'tment. PENNSYLVANIA It. B.-HIDDLE DIVISION. On unci rtir Monday, May Hth, 1981, rmenKcr Trslui will run tutio, WRHTWAUI). EASTWARD. IVty CtKI Mull, Arc. Piu. ii f mnoiFAl, i'r'ui'lVui Station. Miri. Auo. J'niMill Ex. jTr'u 19.80 7. ao .s f.m.if.v. r.n. 9.1HI 6.110 10.S4 S.2I' 6. ft) .8Sj Ml lo.M TIlllRUIllHllla, 'Marriilnrt, iMitryHVillt-, Uuuratntuu, AlllH'tlUUt,... Daily's Nowpovt ft so r.u I. Ml A. M V.M S.U0 10.111' 8HS 7.i t.ai .u Ms .n 8.37 lu.i IH.4H l.tmi 7.c a. 41 9.M 6 61 H.I4 13.44, : k3 la.M nun 8 40 u.ia B;W ii. m 0.11: 8. OA 8. "Ml. IS .'!! 1121 1 Mllli'ltltowil, S.ln 8.411 3. M 4. JO 7.(11 Ho 7.0U 1 Minn" ilw.iw Lwltown .1., I 1.1:1 Hiintlndou.. I 1 s:i Tyrnim. I 3.3i;!A!tnou. i T.oii' 'llT81li:i((ill. 1 1. 13. l.IS lie l.M P. to S.lpi B.lf. S.OS .a4 7:10 .en p.m. 1a.m. :r.M. A.M. I A.M .A.M. tWPrlflrr.prcH West Will slop nt Ihim'summ ftt 4.4K Mid t Newport at .0i it. in., when niojiil. mum nt hi i-B 1'. M ,at ISrwiKirt ul 11. Ui . M., tit All...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 August 1881

(3 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 2, 1881. Sbc fUoomfitlb Stmts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Screws and Can Caps. A few days since the cook came to us with a can glass of peaches, the cap of which was screwed on so tight that a strongman had been unable to unscrew It. We directed that a cloth dipped In hot water be applied to the outside of the cap, to cause expansion by the heat. This was done, and It so aiTectually loosened the cap that It came off with no effort. We have tried this principle on many other occasions. The ground stoppers of bottles sometimes are found I mmovably fast. In this cafe the heat must be applied to the neck of the bottle, so as to Increase its size and leave the stopper loosened within It. Care should always be taken that the ground stopper when Inserted Is not colder than the bot tle neck, for If it is you will have troub le. It will expand when it becomes as warm as the bottle aud be effectually fastened. In one case when we bad em, ployed a horse-...

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

TILE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELI), I'A., AUGUST 2, 1881. 7 Plillmlolplita Advertisements. Heady Mixed Taints ! T UOAS' Philadelphia Advertisements. gAMpErBOMBERGERT WITH HI HUM?, SCOTT A CO.. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BROWN'S n jo) READY MIXED PAINTS I SIO WATER, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A FURK 49 1L PAIWT, ItEADt F Oil USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BT MAIL. IX IS TUT ON I.IKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AND OIL. VIZ ! NICELY BKUH IlKDOUT. NOT FLOWED ON L1KK WATKK PAINT TRY IT, A oil Yon Will Prore It to be the Best Liquid Paiut in the Market. JOHN LUCAS Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Ureen, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c t3f" For Baraple Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New Bloomlield, Pa., or 10 John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. 2jEIGLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to 8HAFFNEK, ZIEGLER ft CO., Importers and Dealers tn Hosiery, loves, BUbbons, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 August 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 2, 1881. Crazy Visitor! at the White House. "In General Grant's time," said Mr. Dunn, " we were prently bothered by Abraham Jolla, a ornzy Dutchman, who used to present himself when the gate opened in tbe morning nnd upend the rent of the dny in trying to get aouena to tbe President. He wag tbe niONt pernltitcut and jiorseverluj? ninn I ever niiw. In bis second term, i biff wicked-looking negro be wns over 0 foot mid built in proportion ' came to mo and ankcd me tolotblm see tbe resident, lie win an evil-disposed looking villinn, nud bad a trick or only showing you the whites of his eyes. I sus pected be wns not all right and questioned him pretty closely. While I wns talking to hi in I noticed that bo kept bis right hand iu his left brenst-pocket, and I wns afrnid be hnd a revolver there. I mnde an excuse nnd got nwny so as to call OJllcer Kearney, to whom I imparted my simpl. clous. The oflicer, under the pie'ext that he would lead him to ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

1 irTT. VVX7. tJlIVf trim mV VW.V-ir.l.lWV rv , .t - VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1 A.., TUESDAY, AUGUST J), 1B81. ISO. 32. V I Ml, K 1 -1 I 1 I a 1 1 i If J v v THE TIMES. Ati Independent Family Newspaper, ISPUBLlsnillSVERTTUBSDATBT R MORTIMER & CO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fi.su pr.it yi: a it, iMn i Adi: nn:i:. so vth. nut o months. To subwlbers residing In this countt, whern we linvt no pit'trti?!" to pv. illsi-niiHt of 2t edits (mm the almve terms will be made l( payment Is mntle In advance. a- MrertUInx ratal lurnlslied upon appllcn tlun. Bclcdt Poetry. A DISTRACTED PARENT. Five daughters four of them engaged Good heavens ! I shall go mad ! For Buch a surfeiting of love No parent ever had. The very atmosphere Is clmrged AVlth It) no matter where I go about the bouse I trip Upon some whispering pair. At evening, when I lake my pipe And seek a quiet nook To read the Evening Timet, or else 8oiue new aud tempting book, I ope, perhaps, the parlor door, When a familiar sound, Quite un...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

2 His Friends. LILY Dl'ANK nt liusily copying ft fnvnilte )mttn, almost hidden from the sight of Die guests In Mrs. Oreu vllle'a drawing room by the rich folds of the Itu-e curtatna that hung from the lofly French windows like billows of foam. A dtilnty, daisy-faced girl, with a com. pletlon ns fresh as the morning; with n warm, rosy glow on the healthful skin, nnd the wine-bright sparkles In the big, velvety gray eyes. A happy, earuest hearted girl, on whom all the.ffww! of her paternal aunt, the fashionable Mrs. Ureuvllli', of Lexington Avenue, had been wasted In vain, in so fur as that Jrtdy had attempted to make a stylish city young lady of the little rustic guest. A girl with plenty of common sense, and an innate delicacy' of refinement that Alexouma and Kthelberta Oren ville her twin cousins, might have been proud to have possessed. Now, nestling away among the foamy curtains, Lily listened to the ripples of oonvercatlon that had eddied past her, thinking in the vague, half-di...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

THE TIMES. NEW HL00MF1KL1), l'A., AUGUST 1). 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R, AKKANnKMENT OF PA13KNOKKTRAIN8 June 27th, 1881. Trains Leave Hui-rlsbnrg ns Follows : For New York via Allentowii, at 8.05 . m. 1.4 anil 4 it) p. in. . jl for New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook llouto," .:ll 8.U5 a. lit . and 1.46 p. in. Kor Philadelphia, at 11.3), s.OA, U.ftoa. in., 1.49 and 4. (Hi p. in. . For Ke.idlnK, at .2U, 8.30, 8.05. 9.61) a. m., 1.45, 4.mt, and s.tw p. in. . iror riHisviiie. at. p.zu, n.m, w. . " . m., and via nchuylklll and Husquehaiiim ranch at'2.4n p. in. Kor Auburn, at 8.10 a. in. Knr AllHiitnwn.at. !&!. 8.U6. .6 a. 111., 1.46 and .00 p. Hi. . ... Tim H.05 a. in. and 1.45 P. in. trains have througiiears for Aew Vork.vla Allentowii. HUNDAYH I For Allentowii and Way Stations, at !i 20 a. m. for Heading, Phlldelnplilu, and Way station!), at 1.45 p. in. Trains LeiiTe for Harrlsburg ns Follows t Leave NewVork via Allmitown, 6.10 and 0 00 a. in . I. on and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

4 THE TIMES NEW liLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 9, 1881. THE TIMES. Kew BlootMjield, August O, IS81. NOTICE TO HUHMCRIIIKKM. I.nnk t the fliriire nil the lihil of rnlir CM'". TboKvAmim tell yon t tic tint o in which onr iil- rriiitlnn Ik iinlil. Within weeks nltor mono- is lent, if the data It climbed. No othet receipt IsasoMsarv. NOTIC'K TO AOVKUTISKUS. So Out m-mprentyps will ho Inserted In this .ir unlet itirht Face and on mtnl him?. Mr-Tnnntr per rent. In mpmw r reanlar rstes.wllt bohard(orailvrtlpm'iitii net In DniilileOnlunin. a The Condition of the President is ery satisfactory to lils physicians, and tliey consider Llin pretty nearly out of danger. They hope to be able to move blni In a couple of weeks away from the malaria that surrounds the White House. A BiJirATiiiziNO glassware firm lias presented Mrs. Garfield, anonymous ly, with an elegant service of glassware. The gift Is one of those things anybody can see through, hut the retiring modes ty of the donors cannot be seen thro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

5 THE TIMES. . ?ENNSTLVANIA B. II. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ami ft.-r Monday, Mty ttu. imi, riMenirrt Traum wilt tint tiiuw , WB8TWAKU. EASTWARD. I Mtri. J'tin M ill Ar.o. Ex. Tr'll mil A H. P.M. P.M. Rill' I. HO 7.11(1 i.m ' iw t'.B 13.(3 S.till .I4 la. 44 4 ns la.ici .ii3 61 12. ft! tUJ a 40 u.rj o.io 0.011 11.111 6.40 ill 12 6 .17 . 6b 11.63 H.1I7 DUX . 16 3. Hi 7 t'O A.M. A. M A.M. WijriMall.Arcv Pa l'r'ii I Tr'u P1U.ii PnlNtlTPAL BTATIONS. 13 SO . M. i.oo 'M I'hlladfli'hia, P.M. !V. V. s.oo: 6. 1.91 1 5 XI 10.16 j nnrri.inii m . MaryHvUI, Hit in. kit mill. H4(li 1.8XI ft 41 10.61 S.4HI 6.47 H. ll'jl 9 . d B.6; f.l I S.OSi I. "7 i 1.16 H. lfl lo.iw! 8.64 7. UO I0.4HI 4. 'ill U.lH (J OS I. 16! 7.011 I 1.65 7.46, j Oil 1:16 I AquiMllU't Iltlliy H, Newport MjllerHtowil, Mtirilll I.ewiMowu J. Hmitlnitduu. Tyronw, Aitnnna, II. 1 11 .31 i 1 1 4'J M.I19 1.13' 1.63 J.3.V I T.ou H'lTSBUltUll. A.U.i I r.M.IA.M.i P.M. tTSTaolllrKxprt'iiB Went will stop nt ttiitciiuuim at 4 4Snmlit NiMvpurt nt 6...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

(3 THE TIMES, NEW BL0OMF1K1J), 1A.( AUGUST 1), 1881. Lhc JIoomfulb (Linus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Household Customs In Japan. When a womnu reaches her house, she takes oft her sandals, pushes aside the sliding door of paper and enters In her stocking feet. The rooms are softly matted, but contain no furniture. The houses are built of wood, and among the poorer classes have but two or three room?. In the kitchen la a large stone box with ashes and burning coals In It. This Is called the hibachi, and over It the rice 13 cooked. There Is no chimney in the kitchen, but the smoke goes out through tha broad open door or through an opening in the roof. After the rice is cooked, it ia put Into a small, uupalut ed wooden tub. At dinner time, the mother brings out a little table, two feet square and one foot high, with dishes and food upon It. The family sit upon the mats, the tub of rice Is In the centre, and each one dips into a bowl of rice suf ficient for himself. They often pour cold te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

THE T1ME3, NEW IILOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST!), 1881. Philndetphta Adrertlsements. Ready Mixed Taints ! JUCAS' READY MIXED FAINTS ! nowatkb.no chemicals, no benzinb, bui a pukk OH. 1'AIIVT, READY FOR USE. Sample Onvils. 10 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF PA1ST BENT BY MAIL. IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAli AND OIL, VIZ : NICELY BKUHHEP OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATEtt PAINT TRY IT, And Ion Will Prore It to be the Best Liquid Taint in the Market. JOHN LUCAS & CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTUREH8 OF ' Swl99 and Imperial French Urecn, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c 13" For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New Bloomlleld, Pa., or to John Lucas fc Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to 8HAFFNEK, ZIEGLER & CO.. Importers aud Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, llibbons, Suspenders, 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 ft Co., WH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 August 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELI), PA., AUGUST. 0, 1881. Shocking Story from Pittsburg. PiTTsnuim, Aug. 3. Smallpox mid ty phoid fever are very prevalent in Pittsburg, mid it is feared that thii winter the former disease will be epidemic Borne result of an investigation uow in progress by the Board of Health will give an Idea as to Borne of the causes of tlio uuhealthiness of the city. Un Bedford avenuo, almost In the heart of Pittsburg, is a large graveyard used by colored people. Yesterday morn, ine Mr. Timmis, the sexton, came to the office of the Board at the request of the Health OiTicer. He told the Board that he had beou sexton of the cemetery for about two years and a half,. During that time' he said, there were a gi pat many double interments, one body being buried above another. This appeared to be practised as k matter of economy. People in tho ueigborhood complaiued that a horrible, deadly stench arose from the graveyard, and the sexton said it was true that such was the case...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

ft , 1 1 . t '"T'v.f nuti'i.frm,, Iliililililli-iliir.'liiiiiilii'i'iiituiiiiHiiliiiiliiiiiiriiitjf VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TUES3DA.Y, A.TJGTJBT 10, 1881. NO. 33. "V" THE TIMES,. Am Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED ITBRT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. TEIOIH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. It.so pi:u YKUi, poTAii: fiiff:. 80 CTS. roil 8 MONTHS. To subscribers resldlnn In Tnts couhty, where we have no postaie to pay. n dhwnuxt of V cell's from the above tmnn will be made It payment Is made la advance. V Advertising rates furnished upon appllca tlon. TWO ELOPEMENTS. IN a large, square, old fashioned, house such as our fathers used to build wheu solidity was more Rough t after than utility lived Philip Man son and his Bister Esther. Philip had reached the mature age of forty, and Esther was close to liitn. Still, each had pursued a solitary pathway through life, seeking no companionship save that of the other, there was reason to believe that they would continue to follow the sam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA., AUGUST 10, 1881. A Five Pound Kiss. TP ever you or yours gt Ave pounds X out of Ine, madam, before I die, I promlne you, you shall have five iliou nnd : find I am a man of my word." 80 pjmke Mr. John Jleardinore,drysalter and-common. councilman of the city of London, to Dorothea Elizabeth, bin wid owed sister-in-law, who had applied to lilm for pecuniary nuccor about three months after the death of his younger brother Isaac, her husband. There were harshness and stubborn determination enough In his reply, but there was no niggard cruelty. Mrs. Jshbo wanted money, It Is true, but only In the sense in which we all want It. Hhe was only poor In comparison with the great wealth of this relative by marriage. Jler Income Was large enough for anyordlnary Mr. John said "legitimate" purpose, but not Buftluleut for sending her boy to Eton and finishing him oil' at the uni versities, us it was thelmaternal wish to tlo. Mr. John hated such genteel in tentions; Chr...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

V? THK TIMKS. NKW ULOOMFIKI.D. AU(iU8T 10, 1881. V RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R, ARKANttKMENTOK PASS E NO K R TRAINS June 27th, 1881. Trains Lphto llnrrisburg as Follows ! For New York via Allentown, at 8.05 a. in. 1.4 and 4 no ii. in. . . . Knr New VorK via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Kimtn," it.au H.i.ft a. in. and MS p. m. Knr riiliadelplna, at U.3), 8.05, U.6oa. in., 1.4S ami 4.IM p. in. . , ,. For Koadlng, ato.20,U0, 8.05. 9.R0a. m., 1.45, 4.UO, ami n.i u. in. . . , Forl'ottivllle. at f.20, .0!, a.ni. aud 4.M) p. in., and via Hulinylklll and Himciiieliaiina Hranoli at 2.4o p. m. Kor Auburn, at 8.10 a. in. Kor Allentowu.atS.20, 8.06, t.6ua.m., 1.45and I. mi p. m. . ... The h.os a. in. and 1.4ft p. m. tralm have through oars for New York, via Allentowu. BUNNAYH i For Allentown and Way Stations, at IS. 20 a. m. For Ueadintf, l'lilldelaplita, and Way citations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lvuve tor Hanisbnrg as Follows t Leave NewYork via Allentowu, f.10 and 9 00 a. ni . LiH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

TIIK TIMES NKW BLOOMKIELl), PA., AUGUST Hi, 1881. THE TIMES. tfew Bloom field, AvffuttlG, MSI. FIOTM'K TO MlHIHl'HlnfcltM. I.nnli ill thu Itir'irM nn tlm InUol of ynur iprr.-. Thmto Hhio-m tell jrmi he rime tn tv It It'll your km It ri-lp(tatl l pnltl. Wttlitn U weeha titer mitnwy 14 tnt, m If tb tWle Is chauired. No other receipt isaoocMtrr. NUT ICR TO AIVICIITMKK8. No ('ill or Hlnrmtvp will h ItiNArtnd In this I'M'" anlPHH llwlit rcr miul ou meUI bant. WTTTflntr p.r crnt. in mpiwb of rMMilsr rta, will bsohsrirNi forftdv6rtUMnfMU satin l)tmbl Column. Mr. .T. n. lUm, Newspaper Advertising A n't., 41 Park Row, (Times HiiIIiIIiik), New Ymk. is au thorized to contract for advertisements lor this paper at our be.it rates. The First official signature made by the President since July 2 ml was on Wednesday Inst when he signed an ex. tradition inner. The Democratic State Convention Is to he held at Wllllauisport on the 28th day of September. This will make the fall campaign much shorter th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

THE TIMES. NEW It LOOM FIELD. PA.. AUOUST 10, 1881. 5 THE TIMES. LoCitl l)cpiiiktn(eit. PENNSYLVANIA R. R.-MIBDLE DIVISION. On n1 nflcr MomUjr, Mar t-tli. Isl, Psssenirer Trains will run us ion,,.. . PKHTWA1U). EABTWARtl. MITI. .''tin Mill Acc. Ex. Tr'u ft. Bll AM. P.M. P.M. l'MH' I .ho 7 an f I l .tii) 1 m ft i 1 2.6'.! (I. no P.Hil'J.44 I AH "ia.M Sl l.!8l 1.11 Mii'is.ia B.w li. m t.4ii 11.12 ( i v a,r. a.hj 0.117 u rn 8.16 4. 1! J :" A.M. A.M :A.M. wr i vi nil Vmh 1'r'it Acu. .Pltn.il Tr'u til.! PHINOIPAL HTATIONS. 1'hihuTellililaT Harrlalml'Kt Maryavlllbt Uutiraiiiiuui u. mn ) a., p.m. a. mi P.M. P M. 6. HI 111.46 61 casi a. m "Mil j ani 6.41 I0.M MS H.llS H.ll a. a? lo.lHi HIM i Alined!!"'.... illally'a Nnwpiirt Mill mtuwu, Mifflin Ijpwlamwii J., lillUtlUKdoll.. Tyi-nlie : Altnmirt.. ..... riiTsimmiii. 1.66 .6(1 I 11.18, . 1!' 11.11 7. UU II. J!' A-JM I. ID' 1.611 I e.-J.j, 9.06 8 16 (I 61 4 ill 1'tft MM 1.66i .4 6ll I r.M.IA.M.,1 ' TIKI , A.M.: fir-poclrtcRtlTPaa Weal will sto...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

(3 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMflELl), PA., AUGUST 10, 1881. iJIoomfidtr imcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Killing Stumps. Mr. Aliraiii Good, of Moutgomery's Ferry, sayg : IiitBt August I was sprout ing a fence strip anil was badly troubled with some chestnut stumps. The worst among many, I killed as dead as a door nail by boring an Inch hole, say five or six inches deep, and filling it with coal oil, and plugging It shut with a cob or pin. Valuablo Hints. Fiah may be scaled much easier by just dipping into boiling water about a minute. Halt fish are quickest and best freshen ed by soaking in sour milk. A tablespoonful of turpentine boiled with your white clothes, will greatly aid in the whitening process. Kerosene will make your tea-kettle as bright as new. Haturate a woolen rag and rub with It. It will also remove stains from the clean, varnished furni ture. An Alleged Cure for the Small-pox. A thoroughly qualified medical man a friend of mine, has recently, in the course of his practice, com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 August 1881

TIIK TIMES, NEW HL00MF1ELD, PA., AUGUST 1(5, 1881. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Itoady Mixed Taints ! JUCAS' HEADY MIXED FAINTS ! kowater.no chemicals, no benzine, but, a puhk OIL PAINT, READY FOR USE. SO BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BY MAIL. IT IS PUT ONMKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD ANUOIL. VIZ: NICELY BUUSHKDOUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TUTZ" IT, And Ion Will Proye It to be the Best Liquid Paint lu the Market. JOIIIV LTJOA-S CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss nud Imperial French Urccn, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VA11NISIIES, &c t" For Bample Cards apply to F. Mortl-. mar, New Bloomtluld, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Successors to HUAFFNEK, ZIEGLER & CO.. Importers and Dealers Id Hosiery, loves, IlibboiiN, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Stroet. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY TRIMBLE, BRITTON 8 Co., WHOLESALE GllOCERS, No....

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. — 16 August 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 10, 1881. Negro Policemen. l'liiliuf)1l)i(i tins four colored moil ap pointed nn llio police force, and the advent oftlio first ofllcor is thus described In the Prem : " Yes, look nt dar nlr nlggar !" was fchontvd, n OHleer Draper, armed with the authority of the law, a innce nnd ft rat tle, descended the stotio Meps of the station-house, prccteded by a dozen and llauk cd by as tunny more of the old officers of the district. With an almost phenomonul solemnity the squad tiled nlowly down the steps. Draper, coed and collected, nodded right nud left to numerous acquaintances, ho called him by name, Bnd by the time the blue-coats reached Eighth Street he had been cheered ft dozen times. Along Eighth Street to Spruce walked the of ficers, closely followed by tho crowd, which was beliqr Increased every moment by the irrepressible small boy, who yelled and hooted nt every step. "Shoot the nigger's cip!' yelled a di minutive barefooted youth in a l...

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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