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

. MOTEMUKll (i, 1881. THE TIMES. L(0il Deih,i'tncrt. 'EiJiTSYLVANIA . E.-KIDDLI DIVISION. On stid rii-r Mmidny, May Uth, ISS1 frauis will run suiiuwfc. VRHl'tTARU. EASTWARD. tt'syi Mull si'B. Nts.ii Kx.! PnttfmrAl 8'jrATIONS. Mm. Alio. J'm M.ll C... t'r'u Fr'u i. no; T.su! 1.9ft I'hilxilililil, 'Hsrrlnbtirw, Alsryiivlll, Olinmnuuli! Ailtiliict,... bully's Nowpurt MllltTHtllWll, Mifflin 6 Ho 4. M. F.M P.M P.M. 7.11 7.l S.bO 4 '.111 til l.io 6,40 17 .M I 09 i.W I.IK)! I. IK) t.no lg.M 6 iu (41 10.69 t in II. t, i n 91 7.ll II 4 I I. lie ; 1 5.1 P.K I. Kill .'JS 1.1 .4I i.SH! ll.tli D.I4 1.44 H oHi ta.HU l: I a. "i ij.i'j .w li. in 41 44 sua .ll Itl.lM II' 4H 1 . ' a. ii 8 51 4.111 .(W 7.1)1 7.4A I r'fk A.M. l,twlKtnwii ,1.,! tllllitlll,rdnli..i Ty rutin 11.19 1D.IH 1.16 9. Ill s.lft A lino nit I! S.IHI P.M. 7.IH) riTTHMIUUII. P.M. A.M.: I 7 HO A.M .A.M. tlrliil' ItuitiM. iiucKwiieat, CRKt-H win iirnoauiy up. i ii . i. li.. ii Pinal l ami Beurce too next winter. 1 1 1 y most pluee, ao ...

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. — 6 September 1881

THE .TIM K8 NEW, BLOOM FI KL1 , YA , S1U 1131. Ell l 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Thick or Thin sowing of Wheat The success or failure of the wheat . crop Is frequently owing to those Inscrut able laws of growth which at the right moment Induces a plant to do Its best In the way that pleases us most and which we generally refer to as a favorable sea. son ; but we are compelled to ascribe It largely to the thlnnlng out of the weak plants by the frosts of the w inter, thus leaving the rest more room to fully de velop themselves, as they always will If they have a good chance. In regard to thick and thin sowing of wheat, and whether drilling In the seed is an advantage or not, has of late been considerably discussed. It seems strange to us that any one should have the re motest suspicion that there Is any ad vantage In the old fashioned hand-sowing over the drill ; but there were the figures. The product per acre was against the drill sown wheat, and this not for one single season but...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMEIELI), PA., SEPTKMIJKU 0, 1881. 7 Philadelphia Adrerttsoments. itoady Mixed Taints ! JUOAS' READY MIXED TAINTS ! 0 WATER, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A FURK OIL PAINT, READY . F 0 H USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BI MAIL. IT IS PUT ON I.IKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LKAD AND OIL, VIZ t NICELVf BRUNHKD OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE. WATER PAINT tpit it, And Ion Will Prove It to be the Best Liquid l'alnt In the Market. JOHN LUCAS Sc CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imporla.1 French Grceu, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c t- For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now Bloomtlold, Pa., or to John Lucas "Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN Successors to 8H AFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, loves, Ilibbons, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ol , TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Stroet. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY TRIMBLE, BRITTON Si CO., WHOLESALE GROCER...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 September 1881

fcn.lt WlntJ.1 t-MfiiMiinn.w i L'wi runt nmi' miwt mjumm ' THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEITEMMilt (5, 1681. A Scene Not on the Bills. TliDKfl wlio attended tlie circus lant evening were treated to n spectacle not down on tlia bills, lie Tore tlie perform ance began i great commotion wan heard iu or neitr the small teut back of the entrance through which the cavalcade of kulghts, tumblers and elephants, doge And bareback riders ere wont to emerge lit ell their glitter and splendor. Two or three elephants were making n big noise, as if they were mad about something, but peo ple thought poi hops the baggage smasher iiad got hold of their trunks and waited for the show to open heedless of danger. Soon, however, the tent on the side of the entrance bet eon that nud the row of reserved seats was seen to rise, and an en raged elephaut came tooting and unan. nauuoed Into the amphitheatre, lie was closely followed by a keeper, who very unnecessarily shouted, " Let him alone." Without pau...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

is--" s Mil? - - iii i v'y . ,( .-..m,ff-4 4 "' BHfth.W.V j.jHuII'.llV."' ".rlHII'lllil'-JI'lll'llllillNIHI! If j VOL. XV. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED VERTUBBDAYBT F. MORTIMER & CO. TERMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.30 PEII VI'All, POXTACG FllEE, 80 CTS. roil 6 MONTHS. To subscribers reMrtlnR In this county, where we have no postage to pav. a dlnmuHt of 21V cents from the abnvn terms will be made II payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished upon applica tlon. geledt Vozity WE ARE NOT MISSED. If yon or I To-day should die, The birds would sing as sweet to-morrow , The vernal spring Her flowers would bring, And few would think of us with sorrow. Yes, he Is dead Would then be said ; The corn would floss, the grass yield hay, The cattle low, And summer go, And few would heed us pass away. How soon we pass ! How few, alas ! Remember those who turn to mold ! Whose faces fade With autumn's shade, Beneath the sodden church-yard cold ! Yes, it i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., SElTEMBElt 13, 1881. WAS IT A VISION ? ON the 2(tth of AugUBt, 18(12, I was la the Union army, and the regiment to which I belonged wan deployed as skirmishers In front of Longst reefs (Confederate) corps, not far from Gainesville, Vft. During the day there was some firing on the part of the opposite forces, but no sustained engagement, although we cotlnued to press upon the enemy until darkness settle! down and put an end to further mana-uvers. At nightfall, I with four or live com panies of niy command, remained In the position occupied by them iluiiug the day, while the rest of the regiment, detailed for picket duty advanced to the front. I was in excellent health and spirits, but being greatly fatigued, full asleep almost Immediately after the arrange ment for the night had been perfected, and soon began to dream. For some considerable time my mind wandered over the events or dwelt upon the scenes which were familiar, aud which, upon awakening 1 ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

THE TIMES. NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. RR AN tt KM EN T OF PA39R NO ER TRAINS June 27lh, 1881. Trains Leave HurrlNbiirg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at B.OS a. m. 1.4 and 4 iK) p. in. Kor New Voik via I'hlladt1ilii nrnl "Bound Brook Route," rt.ll i H.nn a. in. and MS p. m. For Philadelphia, at 0.3), 8.05, V.Soo. ni., 1.45 and 4.(Mi p. m. . . For Kiudlnn, ato.20, 0.30, 8.05. 9.60a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and tww p. in. . . ForiVittsvllle. at 8.05, 9.50 a. m. and 4.(0 &. m. and via ttehuylklll and rSusiiuelianna ranch at2.4u p. m. For Allium), at 8.10 a. in. For Alleutowu,at6.20, 8.05, .5ua. in., 1.45 and 1.00 p. Ml. The 8.05 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for Sew Vork.vla Allentown. RUSDAYHt For Allentown and Way Millions, at 5.20 a. in. For Heading, l'hlldelivplUa, nnd Way Stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave Tor Hairlsburg as Follows I Leave NewYork via Allentown, 5.10 and 0 00 a. in . 1.00 and 5.31 p. m. Leave New York v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

4 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., SElTliMlVKH 13, 1881. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, Sept. 13, 1881. NOTIIK TO HU1IHI-R1DKK. Iinnk at the Fttrnrp nn the lutonl of ynnr ippr, Th(wr tWurp tfH you i lie ilntetn vvlilrli ,ni-niih trrlptlnn in pMd. Within i Kerkt sltor money II lont. If the data la changed. No other raolit IsnecMMrv. NOTIUK TO AOVKKTI8KI.8. no Onl or Stereotype will be Inserted Inthla ppr anlees IlKht. faoe and on metal base. WTwenty per cent, lnem-ees of rediiUr ntes.wlll tMoharxedtoradvertlieinenta aetln Double Column. The President's Condition. Since Ms removal to Long Branch the President has seemed to gain a little and the chances for his recovery are brighter. But he Is yet In a very preca rious condition. The latest news we can get Is up to midnight on Sunday night. Elueron, Bept. 11th, 11-.10 P. M. The President has passed a quiet day al though his temperature has been higher and nis pulse more frequent. At the evening dressing quite a large slough of connective t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SELTEMilEU 13, 1881. 5 v THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. R. UIDELE DIVISION. On std Hftpr Momlny, Trams will tun ioi.uw. , May litb, funmin WKHTWAIlt). EAHTWAIU). Mull Tr'n AOD..PIU.M Tr'lij K . IN (if PAL Htatiunn. Mir i. .I'm Mill Aon. El. Tr'n A M. P.M. P.M. l'UKi l.wi J.Wl ! I. OB 7. lis iii.fj a tu V I4 IB. 44 4H I" I'J.W) S.B'J SMlla.aa Dili 40 12.12 H. lit 8.00 1I.IH (.40 11.12 I 17 P. Mi S.IWI D.lN IW M.I 2.1)4 7:0 A.M. A.M A.M. 36 P.M. I' M. S. mi 10.16 J 41 10.M 4! I A 51 1 llillutlelhlnT HnrrlMmrK, MuryMvllit-, L)lllH'HtlMIll Aiimtltict.... litilly'li Newport A.M. r.M S.im 11.21 Mil ll.lKlj 1.8 i.ns M1 .II d.37 .m t.M 8. In 111 4 llll 6. US 7.0! t.4IS MB H 111 ' MlllnrntuwUi f.t..l,MliTlli K.mii.m lU.IM! I0.4U ID.IH 1.16 1.65 ISO r.u. W.IW jl-.eWISTowil .1., I.IH IlllllliUKtlull.. i.r;i iTyrniiit, i.m jAltnun T IKI : I'lTTHIIUltU II. A.M. IP. M. A.M., twraclllr ttxpri'ss West will stop tt kmtrMtitjiu att 4.4H and at Ninvport nt S.tlt 11. in., w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

0 Til K TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, I'A., SH-TOllifcll 13, 1881. $1jc Ioomfitlb uiu$. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Clover as a Recuperator. AVe make the following extrnel from Dr. llarlaml'a work on " Fanning; with Oreen Manures," as lately piibllalieil Ui ' the Country Ucntkman : It Is a very common pracllve among agricultural w riters to nclvlse all person having large furms whluh are In a very poor condition to nell one half or two thirds of thejr land, and apply all the money they receive In manuring and Improving the balance of their property. In some cases this may he the moHt prudent course to follow, hut, as a gen eral rule, I am opposed to this advice, for two very good reasons : First, you can get very little per acre for your poor fields; and, secondly, If you Improve your property with Judg ment, you can enhance its value so rap Idly that In seven or eight years It will he worth double or treble Its former val uatlou. To begin Improvement, take the old Held about half a mile from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Heady Mixed Faints ! JUCAS' HEADY MIXED TAINTS ! WO WATER, NO chemicals, no bknzink, BUT A PURE Oil. PAIXT, READY FOR USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OP .PA1ST BENT, BY MAIL. IT IS PUT ON I.IKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LKAD AND Ull't VIZ ! NICELY BKUS11KD OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TRY IT, And Yon Will ProTO It to be the Best Liquid l'ulnt In .the Market. JOHN LUCAS Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss ond Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now BloomUold, Pa., or to John Lucas & Jo., Philadelphia. EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to HBAFFNEK, ZIEQLER & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Clloves, Klbbona, 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 GROCERS, No. 503 MARKET STLEET, PHILADELPHIA. 7 1 gOWER, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 September 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM-FIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 13, 1881. A Strango Story. ' Are you Dr. Lump, lr 1' 'I am." The question was asked ami the answer received by a Mail man one dny lant week. The reporter had Journeyed over tbe hilts and date of Wyandotte county to sue Dr. Lane, and bad fouud bin) at tils residence, not far from the little trading point known ai Braman Hilt, seven miles from Wyan dotte. Dr. Lane bid beeu seen in order ibat biB personal testimony might be secur ed In regard to a oertalu case in which be was nn actor, the details of which are al most of a supernatural order. Iu tbe summer of 1HG0 a inau named Hitch Cbony lived iu Labette county, near to a little town called Elatou. Elston was fouuded by a mini bo r of persons wbo, for the greater part, came from Olatbe. Tbe new town was settled by Judgo Buris. Elston is now deserted. The site has been turned into fields. Soon after the settle ment a dispute arose us to who possessed a title to tbe land on which Llstou wag l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

h Biiwi I ''4 lllliIHHW rtllilH'llli'lillliHIllt. " ' ' ' ' : ' .' .. '11' V ,; " . t"J VOL. XV. NEW 13LOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, BEPTEMBER 20, 1881. NO. 38. 5 UWtotf. l " J Uk - T & f u l I L' 1 I 1 1 1 It J Lf J I I - I THE TIMES. An Independent family Newspaper, IB PUBLtSHIDlVBRT TUB8DAT BT h MORTIMER & CO. TERMS i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.50 PEB YI3AU, POSTAGE Fit EE. so ci s. roit months. To sutaorlbors residing In this county, whore we have no piMtn(n to pay. ft illseniiHt of 25 cents from Mm above terms will be made l( payment Is made In advance. W Advertising rates furnished upon applies tlon. DER DOG ANQ'.DER LOBSTER. Dot dog ho vos onqnisltlve. VerolTer he vos go, Und, like dot woman, all der tlino, Somecllng he vants ter know. Yone day, all by dot market stbaud. Vere fish und clams dcy sell, Dot dog vos poke his nose aboud, Und find oud vat he shmcll. Dot lobster he vos took dot snooz; Mid ono eye open vide, Und ven der dog vos come along, Dot lobster he vos spied. Dot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEl'IEMUEll 20, 1881. ted ly mystery, and a sense of utter helplessness In face of it. Mr. DufF might far better be losing his furtuue on the Block Exchange, or throwing his money away on turf speculations ; In these there would be some remote chance of profit, If not fiallfactlon In losing his property. His bark had up to this lime sailed smooth seas, had veu, hitherto, floated In a sheltered bay, unexposed to financial tempests or lireakers; but now a leak of a dangerous sort had sprung, as likely, he imagined, to ingulf him at his anchorage as any bufl'etlug of waves In open sea. Mr. Duff became a changed man. He was thin, worn aud ill with anxiety and watching. They were all watching. Traill was watching Hamilton ; Ham ilton turned a keen glance on the boys; the boys kept their eyes very widely open all round. Mr. Dull" was unwill ing to put the matter In the hands of the local police, knowing that the first to be suspected would be his clerks, aud...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEFIEMBEll 20, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. H. ARHANOEMENT OF PASSENOERTKAINS June 27th, 1881. Trains Leave Hai-rlsbnrg as Follows t For New York via Allentown, at 8.08 a. m. 1.4) and 4tK) p. in. For New Vork via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Hunts," AM 8.11S a. in. and 1.4ft p. m. For Philadelphia, at tf.30, 8.05, U.6oa. in.. 1.45 and i.Oo p. m. For Heading, atS.20, 8.30, 8.03, 0.90 a. 111., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.0H p. 111. For Pottsvllle. at f.20, 8 0S, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 p. 111., and via HclniylklU and Susquehanna Branch at 2.4n p. m. For Auburn, at 8. 10 a. 111. For Allentowu,at6.2o, 8.06, 9.5o a.m., 1.45 aud 4.00 p. m. The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. in. trains have through cars forNew Vork, via Allentown. BUMDAYB t For Allonfnwn and Way Rtatlons, at 5.20 a. m. For Heading, PhlldelaplUa, and Way stations, at 1.46 p. in. Trains I.earc Tor ilanlsbnrg as Follows ! l eave NewYork via-Allentown, 5.10 and 9.00 a. in , 1.00 and .'. p. in. Leave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A , SEITliMHEll 20, 1881.' 4: THE . TIMES. Jfew Bloom field, Sept. 20, 1881. NOTH'R TO KITIIWrlllHEItt. I.nnhit theflKnrrs on the Ubul of rnur iir. IhoiiillKuvrtill von ttir (lute in which yarn- nli- rllpllaillitlinlil. Within J woekn iwr money l tent, no If the data la chinned. No other reclt Itneoeaearr. In a Critical Condition. The news from the President is very disheartening. Since Friday last, the indications are that he is losing ground. On Ratunlav forenoon he had a chill with his pulse up to 137 for nearly an hour, and was in a worse condition than at any time since the shooting. He rallied however, and passed a quiet night and on Sunday seemed spine better, hut had another slight chill towards eveulng. At midnight of Bunday he wasrestlug. It is evident he Is growing weaker, and is undoubtedly near death's door. THE LATEST 13 Philadelphia, Sept. 19. 12 noon. The President had another chill this morning; condition extremely critical. Pulse 100 and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

THK TIMES, NEW BUWMWKU), PA.. SEPTEMBER 20. 1881. THE TIMES. L(0il 1Jci)iit'tii(crt. ' PENNSYLVANIA a. B.-MIDELE DIVISION. fn Mid rttr Mmnluy, My Utb, IWI, Passenger Trains will run as iomow. . WESTWARD. BA8TWAHU. Pits.,1 l'mttnirAL Ke.: Htatiomm. Miri.iJ'na'H.tll Aeo. Kx. ITr'H Fin ftlo Tr'u . aii' P.M. 1.00 .31 5.44 I.M 8. IB Silt Itl 4.101 S.U5, 7. Ill I ;. i'r'u I n 'I'liiliidiilplila, B mi A. It. p. v. 6.011 .-! .41 .: Ml 11.117 t. m 7. W i.DO HarrlHburK, .Hurj Bvllle, Du ni-umioti, AlUflUOt..... Baily' Newport, Millcratowu, Millllii Lewistowu J.. !. I. DM II .-.H Ii9; P.M P.M. rati 1.0H 6. SO a a. m on a. m t.4l C 17 a. iii . i.M lo.ja loss e.23 .) 6.41 S.ITJ 2'.',ia.i2! .! 19.44 Hi IS.nai n. m 11.31 1I.4B .in 8 411 U. 12 B.utMl.m lo.on, IH.IIH la.iB 1.15 Let ,IH' Hunt IiikiIoii.. !.D ryroiie i i.ai lAftnnua, i 0.11 H.IA .m mii ' t.mi I'lnantitoii. 1:0 P.M.IA.M. P.. -U- 1 1 A.U.! a.u !a.m. rwVnclAcV.xprrtt West will atop ut Hiliioaliuoii at 4 49 amt at Newport at 6.0 A.m., whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

0 THE TIMES, NEW DLOOM FIELD, PA., SKITKMMM 20, 1881. lc UoomfifItJ imcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Dlsenm of the Kono. Horses are liable to muny ailment", fliiil Bonie Unit rtiu their course very rap idly. It la not pocMlile, within the lim its of this article, t t1lHUii.su them, anil their treatment nhnulri he left In the lintnls of the veterinary Rurgeon. To treat illst-aRPS empirically In highly ob jectionable, either for man or beaut. It is better to maintain health by careful ntt.1 VnifiilnM fun 1 1 1 1 1 IV h oil llltlkOUM mill IllO HI1U irUIIU ICTUIUHl vnnmnu rg au ftvoiriance of draughts and chills, than to have to resort to doctoring. Nlioulil a horse seem unwell, a little Judicious inaction Is often the best course. A day's rest, stoppage of the grain rations, anil restraint In the matter of hay, will he likely to put hlni quite right again. Three bran manlies, given on alternate nights, In which one ounce (lowers of sulphur, one ounce cream of tartar, one ounce nitre and o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 September 1881

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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. — 20 September 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELJ), PA., SEPTEMBER 20, 1881. The Attempt to Kill Gultenu. TIickb detail of tliB attempt to nssassi. tiate Guiti'im Inst !i(bt are luinUhnd by A "Washington apecial : Tbcro is reason to beliovo tbnt a few days Ago tbnie wits aotne talk among tbe soldiers ilotailed to guard btm, itl regard to wkluk one of (bom alioukl be chosen to shoot Rt him whenever he should present bis bead at the wiudow of bis celt where it could be seen from the outside. It was deolded that the work should be done by Sergeant John A. Mnsou, of company It, Second artillery, mid be male preparations for It. This evening three wngoii-loads of soldiers left tbe arsenal for the jail to relieve tbe day guards. Mason was in tbe lust wagon, aud bis companions noticed that be was fumbling with tbe lock of his gun, aud was acting srraugely. Nothing was said to liloi about it bowovor. When his wagon readied the jail M.iRon was tbe first to get out. He rushed forward, reached n small hillock about...

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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