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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA., JANUA11Y 10, 1877. 5 THE TIMES. f ENNSYLVANIA B. S.-WIDLE DIVISION. On and after November 7th, Trains run M follows i WESTWAHp. EASTWARD. Wyi Mull Arc Paiw.Tr'ii Tr'u rKIHOIPAL STATIONS. J'tniMsillAtl'.i Mffl. JSx. rr u M. ado. A.M P.M. P.M. 1.26 6.8U 1. :w . 1.47 1.1)6 2. (11! I). Ill I.M 6.40 S.6II 7. HI, 8.03 t.M: 8. 18 .4d 8.211 7. 113 lt.:J 8.00 8.M 4.39 4.47 8 8!) .ssl ; 7.10 r.M.I 1 1.(10, finirliilmrn, ltorkvllle. Msryvlllo, Iliiiicnnnotlt Dally 'a Newport Milierstown, Tltmnpsont'n. Mexico,...,.... Port Hyl.... MIITlIn Iicwlclown J., AiulfTHon's,...: McVuytown,.. N. Haiullt'iii, . Iftmtiuirdou,.. Tvrone Altooua, 1.80 j.17 I. CP 13. M 13, in 12.1-j 13. 09 S.Mlll.ui 8.SS .:!? 7.8S MS 7.18 7.117 8 64 6.117 A.H3 6.28 s.iS: lai .8 7. nit 7. mil 7.W1 lO.tO 7.(16. 8.64 10.03 B.B3 11.57 e.uo 8. IB 11.41 tl tAi H 111' 10. Ill 10.43 MM ()ii .1 11.04 . e.ni 11 H 10. M 8.00 8.37 In In 1 47, 11.41) l.ld 9.H7: 4. IIS 1.SVI 8. Ml 8.28 6.61) 8.18 I. Ml .lf A....

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

THIS TIMES, NEW jpe Ioomfitlfc flints HOUSEr FARMLAND GARDEN. Things to Remember. Itemembrr that one can have the hands In soap-suds with soft soap with out injury to the skin if the hands are dipped in vinegar or lemon Juice Imme diately after. The acid destroys the corrosive effects of the alkali and makes the hands soft and white. Indian mail and vinegar or lemon Juice used on the hands when roughened by cold or tabor, will heal and soften them. Hub the hands In this, then wash off thoroughly and rub in glycerine. Those who sutler from chapped hands in the winter will find tills comforting. Remember never to leave olothes lines out week after week, but take them down and wind them on the reel, as soon as the clothes are dry. With this care, a clothes-line will lost years, But if left out, wind and rnin will mil dew and rot the line, and it will soon become worthless. Added to this, the clothes will be colored from the line, and dirty streaks almost impossible to remove will be se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

u THE TIMES, NEW.ULOOMFIELDX'A., : JANUARY 10, 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE 1 Cheapest and Best I the HAimisBUita Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. To all ni subscriber and to ill present subscribers i-puewius their sulwcrlptlona THE DAILY PATRIOT Will be wint at thi followlna- rt : 1 copy, 1 year, postage prepaid. .....v f ; iw.plej.dn ohb), ;; i5 ., .'.".;;"!;;."!'.6o.(w 1 copy dlirtn the session of the legislature S-UO loopy. year, "d I 'l'.v. 1 '"ri C1,h,r Hai1- FKll B MONTHLV or HAHPKH S llAHill, postage paid on both ...m THE WEEKLY PATRIOT Will be lent t the following ratea 1 copy, 1 year postage prepaid ffSTo i , .. ii and 1 copy to setter-np of olnb 1S.0O ts copies, 1 year postage prepaid, aim 1 copy to a-ette r.up of club M.UU 1 copy, one yonr, anil one copy, one year, of cither Harfr's Monthly or llAaPEH'a Da kar, postage prepaid ou both .... 4.S0 The subscription price of Harper's Monthly anil Harper's Barar is 4. OS each, thus securing a anbscrl cr a copy of the Wkkkli Patr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

JtUMiVM 8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, rAM 1 JANUARY 10, 1877; An Umbrella that cost two Lives. Ouo Sunday afternoon, recently, in the Httle village of Wftlton-on. Trent, England, m the children were leaving school, one little fellow, aged eleven, was teasing a Kill end pulling her drees. She told him to be quiet, and in pushing at him with an umbrella the point accidentally entered bis eye, and he fell unconscious to the ground, lie wn taken home, and the effect of the shock upon his father was so great that he was seized with a fit, and died shortly afterward. The little boy died about 7 o'clock the Kftino evening, and bis mother has since been confined to the house owing to the influence of the sudden double bereavement. Why Did he Leave to Suddenly? Knmuel II. Thombum, charged with robbing the Bank of Petersburg, Va., on the 30th tilt, of (10,700, returned to that city on Monday a week and surrendered himself. lie states that he was at Harris Imrg, Pa., when be beard of the robber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

1? - , villi .- ... C VOL. XI. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, JANUAltY 23, 1877. NO. 4L 1 V : '?ti fccmawj frlSKP -v rarfv IVVYiA arm. v l l T a mm mm n m it mm r. m Blips ma v m I i.i II l' MJ IS 1 IV. I Itt I H 1 B't 1 II IL" .- V ' . V - THE TIMES.' Aa Independent Family ' Newspaper, ' 18 lUBLTSnsn BVItRT TUESIUT BT ' F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Prloe. Within the County ... " " Blx months, Cut of the County, Including postage. " " " six months T' . (1 V 75 . J 50 85 Invariably in Advanoe I Advertising rntes furnished upon appli cation. Helecit 'Poeti'y. The Washerwoman's Song.. In ft. Very humble cot, In a rather quiet spot, In the suds and In the soap Worked a woman full of hope Working, singing, all alone, In a sort of undertone, " With a Saviour for a friend, He will keep me to the end." Sometimes happening along I bad heard the semi-song, And I often used to smile, More In sympathy than guile, But I never said a word, 'In regard to what I heard ; As she sung about her f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

, Tliii TIMES NI5W BLOOMFlELlvrA.JANUAItY 23,187 head, and Weinttip tf lioflR tnt hltn,, he swung himself out ortheWhdovahirl tlng It cniuiingly nfteif lilmftnd sliding down the joiit,tviw In ft second ,at the window v( fouit closetO J t wfcft. but the work of a mompnta dajtyhattoii foomW done, and of another twximiv& he jen-j tered. It was -aurirt of sbltP lie' felt! agalnBt intruders li thot "humyJvk.'.'' -'! ijui now came, am. ujrt,iiy nicrij book V" inquired CtmHes,. i.- - " That I must claim an my unwilling glory," answered Helen. " I cross-examined Peter, privately, on the suhjeet of his night' adventures, and strictly forbade his repeating his visits without my knowledge. I must confess, how ever, 10 a strong desire to mystify you a little further especially m I had learned from my maid, who was a flame of your orderly, of your precautions. I accord ingly told Peter that he might visit your room once more, disturbing nothing,but only bringing away a single book from the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

..THE 'TIMES, NEW , BIAJOMFIKIJ), PA., JANUARY 23 18771 3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA; AND READING R, R. ARRANOKMENt OF PASflENQKK TRAINS. Xovcmhcr 2Hlh, 187. ' TKAIN8 LEAVE M A KKIHBUKO A8 FOLLOWS i For New Yoik. t A.iO, B.10 ro. i.0Q and FtirPPh"lartelilil, at fc.W, 1.10, MB a.ta". 4-1 nd n.67 p. m. ' ( i ; ' Kor Heading, at 6,20, .10, S.45 a. in. 8.00 3.67 and 7. Ml). HI. , . . Kor fottHvlfl at ft.20.lfla. m.. and .B7p. m.and via Houuylklll and Biuquehahna Branch For" Vle'ntown, at 8.20, . .10 a. in., 100, 3.87 and 7. Wp. m. . , The 8.20,8.10 a. m. 2.00 p.m. and 7.65 p. m. trains have throiiRh ears for New York. The 6.20, l.io a. m., and 2.00 p. m. trains hare inrougn can ior tmiaueiimia. BTTUniVH For New York, at s.'zu a. ni. I i ' o J . j n t For Allontown and Way Stations at 8.20 a.m. For Heading, Fhlladcluhla and Way Station! at 1.4&P. I". TRAINS FOR HAMUBrUJRG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWH i Leaye New York, at 8.4 a. m., 1.00, 8.80 and 7.4ftp. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 8.40, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA, JANUAIIY 23, 1877. TiHE TIMES. NOTICB TO AHVKRTIHKllS. Ho Cnt or StiTo"lvp will tv Inn.rud 111 thla irr nlmn llffht ftw aud on nirtal rwTwmty por ""' "i " of wil" in'". will ba ohanrcd for advurttapmpnt ask In Dimhlu Column. NOTICE to nunHt'immiM. t,mh at tlii- flirinvn on ttii lt1 nf rrtur rmpr, ThnKi- iu-iiri ti ll inn ttie Hme f vliloh your mib arfiptlnil la ItAld. V ttliln i vn'kr attir money i eul, II the dale la ihi)Kicl. Nu other rxit ta DPOPHHary. enAtoii CitA-VFORD,WrllipIense nc , cept awr thanks, for public documents. IIon.(ko.'F. IIoau, hnsheen elected United States Senator from Massachuctts to -succeed Mr. Boutwell. St. Paul, Minn., January 10. Hon. W. "Windoiu -was to-day re-olected to the United States senate. The Philadelphia Timet says a gener oueiniknowH person dropped an envel ope containing $500 into the collection basket at the Eleventh street "Methodist Episcopal-church on Sunday 'morning. At Pottsville hist week the jury In the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.', JANUARY 23, 187T.' THE 'TIMES. Io&lI 'l)ci)jiitircit.t PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-KIDDLB DIVISION. On and after November Mtb, Trains ran H follow l WESTWARD. - ' ' EAHtWARD. . -. 4. .-t-- - War'Msil Atci t'nmi'irAL i, JTn (MftHi Atr.i Mffl. Pass Tr'u Tr'u Butionh. liliru u. A. M P.M. II P. H.J P.M. A. U. .: e.w) 8 11 7.IW 7.W 7. IB 7.07 M 8.87 II. 89 8.26 I.M 1.17 l.0! B.is'il.wi 8.11 o.nu ltiH-kville, Mnrypvtlln, PlllU'RllUOU, Unity's, Newport, Mlllerstown, TlKHiitmuut'n Mcilcn........ port It !..., MUTlln 7. Mil 1 tv 1U SIM S.6S H.1H S.M Hid to .M 10.10 1 11.43 I.M1 .1 13. Ml 13 W! 19. Ml 19.00 II. Ml 11.41 11. 1W ll. ra! t.WI 10.90 6.M 10.09 .60 J.IO1 I. US .SW S.lB1 .4 . Ms), 8.M 4.99' I .1?! '! b.i 6. Id' A III ( S.16 Lewtstowu J., Anrlt-rson's,.,. !W(!ytmn,.. 11.04! S.4U 8.01 10.1)4 1.09 .81 11.14 11.4(1 . tiiunmon, IIUlltiltKUOU,, Tvrnne Aitoona 10.11): 4.7I ! H. S7I 4. IS t.nn, I. M d.'-'l Ml 8.1.1 9. SO H IS A.M. P.M. P.M.I LIS 6.5.1 l.lVftf 7.1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

0 THE , TIMKg,, NE W,, BUlfc ,JA, .TAUAlty, 2?, ; tfff. Ijc Ijloomfitltr jpuits. 'house, farm and "garden. We Inrttil eommrinli-stlons froth ill rernnns who ire . ntrolu1 In matters properly belonaiu: to this de partment. Farm Laborers. Home fifteen years ngo there came to Ucrmnntown a couple of English lador ers with mnall fhtnilies. They had Rpent their all In getting here, could get ' no work, families got sick, and one of tbeni lost a little child which neighbors nearly as poor aa themselves helped to bury. Here and there they at length got a job of work to do, and managed to bniHh along through the next winter. We happened to hear a conversation between the two men ; one contending that there were too many men about , large cities, and that the beet plun was to try to get a liviing from the land ; the other considering that the best chance for a living was to stny "near where the money was." The former at length left these parts, and the other has been here all the time. He is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

jr the 'TikES'NisW JL65MFiEii);X.l,jXiWA!tV 23, i6n. REDUCTION IN PRICE 1 '' i , Cheapest and Best I the HARRianuita Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1077. To all m aub(irltra ana to U ptwsn aubserrbers renewing thtr aubaorlpUuua , THE DAILY PATRIOT ' , Wul b sent aUhi following rat i j ww. 1 year, poKtas-y prepaid.,, ''-Vi m !H.fo . . :. .v.. ! h i. .i ' ' who 0O-r dllrtlMT Ml. HMkl o 0 Hm'l' uVC M J1SH S MoNTHIjT Of llAHFS B BAeiH, IXU paid on both i "28 ,.'..mv nA-Lr rAtiiior . WUl tantaMhfollnw1nir rat i , ' 1 copy, I r, JOU(r prepaid. .. SJJTIO ,.-(. - , x;;:::::;:;;:;:;:: i& "and 1 copy to irflUrr.np of club H.TO 9 oorlea, I fr puauuro prepaid, , , nd 1 copy to irettOT.upof olnh. i ...... ffl.lH I copy, one yaar, and ono copy, one j r, or Hhar Hakpkr's MopiHit or Uif' car, pnntaire pr-eiid on both ...... ...... .... W W Th mibwiriptlon price of Horixr'a Monthly ami Harncr'a Bazar In 4.m each, thus stcurliiK a f uJwuH tr a copy of the Wkkklt Patriot for Ml rente iu ad dition to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 January 1877

8 Plot to Ditch a Passenger Train for Booty. The Omaha lice aj8 t A reporter of the' Bee' this morning leanipd from sever M railroad men that the Chioago and Northwestern passenger train, which loft Omaha for Chicago Saturday afternoon, had been marked for plundor by train rob bers near Ames, Iowa, but that the intend ed Job was frustrated by the timely Inter ference of a detcctivo, who was cognizant of the plan of the thieves. It appear that freight trains of this road have been robbed to a considerable extent near Ames for the last two months, and the company was unable to put a stop to it. 60 a detective from Chicago was employed to ferret out the thieves. Near Ames there is a very long and steep grade, up which the freight trains go very slowly, so (as it has since been ascertained) tbe thieves could easily run alongside the oars and with hammers break the locks of the doors, and thus enter the cars aud throw off merchandise. The detective worked himself in with the thieves, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

IS VJ - -- r r ." 'i k ; ,. ... . 6.,V- '- t. , , ,. . 1:M'.t,:l'l;'Jk, i-4- l;'lil'llll!JliMMlM!M "5v ',. -.,1 IWS Ci-fSl IPS El M J- ill y mmmu mirk i --4. VOL. XL THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, 13 PUBLISHED EVEItT TUESDAY 1.1 F. MOltTlMKli & CO. Subscription Price. Within the County 1 2S " " ' Bl I months 76 Out of the County, Including postage, 1 W) " " " six months " 85 Invariably in Advance I JW Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For The Timet. WILLIAM AND MARY. 11 T JAMES HUMES. Written during the late War but never pub liihcd. In a town that shall be nameless, I Lived two lovers voting and blameless ; lie of lofty mien and bearing, 8he of nature's flneBt mold. As the bright and ruddy morning, Or the rose that decks the garden ; Was the face of this fair maiden This fair maid of finished mold. Round her neck of milky whiteness, 1 Hung her auburn hair In ringlets, Whilst her eyes of witching beauty Kindled love in all who saw. At all places In all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

T11K TIMES NEAV BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUA11Y 30,1877. lilea oepineJ for the first time to cross his lnliul, " I was not aware that you were acqiminUHl with My old friend." "O, yes, ho was my father's best friend. I have known him long. It ' was he that mndo me promise to attend you tit your sickness, though I dream ad little then what was to have heen the result." ' " Yes, yes, Richard,'1 said old l'otts dam, while a merry twinkle played In his gray eyes, " she loved me before she loved you, and if she has not told you about It, It fs because 1 made her prom ise not to. , lHit tell me, my boy, have you been thoroughly cured of your disease V "Most thoroughly." . " There's none of It left 5" V Not a shade." u And you do not now hate all man kind y ' " Doctor, if you love mo, don't men tion (bat again, for it makes me feel how -miserable 1 might have continued." " And you would not elgh for the wealth you have lost?" " See what treasures 1 have gained," uttered Richard, as he drew his w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA., JANUARY 30, 1877. 3 R AILROADft. PHILADELPHIA ANb READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA8BRNGER TBAIN8. Noveinlor2H(ii, 1870. TRAINS LEAVE BARK18BUKO AS FOLLOWS: For New York, at 8.2H .10 a. m. LOO and PPnH'ade.phla. at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.nt.2.00 and 3.S7 p. in. ,. . For Heading, at S.20, 8.10, Mo a. in. 2.00 1.67 and 7.6ft p. m. . ... For Pottsville at B.20, 8.10 a.m.. and 8.57 b. m.. and via Bohuylklll and Susquehanna Branch For" Al'le'ntown, at 8.20, 8.10 a. In., 100, 3.67 and 7. 66p. m. , . . The 6.20, 8.10 a. m. 2.00 p.m. and 7.W p. m. trains have through can fur New ork; .... The 6.2i), 8.10 a. in., and 2.00 p. m. trains liave through can for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For Hew York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 5.20 a. m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Stations at 1.46p. m. TRAINS FOB HARKlSBrilQ, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.S0 and LeavPhlladelphla, at 9.15 a. in. 3.40, and 7'Leavenkeadllig.at 4.40,7.40...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

THE' TIMliri, ' NEW HLOOMtlElI), PA., JANtfAHY 80, 1B77. THE TIMES. Few llloomfleUl, Jmi. HO, 1trt, NOTICE TO ADVKHT1SEK8. m Mo Out or fltMTotyiw will hotnmirtKd luttais air QnlMii llsht fara nd oil tuutal tisse. tf"Twmlr ir rout, in bxpwmi of rifmfiir Mtiw, will . bohnn'df"r ilvnrUi-ini'nt set in UimbloUiilunin. NOTICE TO Mt)Ili niBERH. I.boU lit thr flmiri on th Inhel of Vnnr psiwr. Ttii-nKiTii Ml vouthf Hnte In whlcli jrourub rrlvtlnn I. pnld. within il wyrlw nm r mutiny l mit, If the ditto It rlisiiirett. No othor receipt ta neownsry. OUR CIRCULATION. For Hie information of advertisers and others who mny be Interested In know ing, wo will state that the present cirou lutlon of Tiik Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies eaeh week. Thk price of the American AtrUwItur f, post-paid, la $1.00 a year; and of the Times $1.00, but we will Bend the TWO papers to any addrcss,postage free, for $2.25. - - - - Jujioe David Davis, of the IT. B. Huprenie Court, has been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA JANUAItY 30, 1877. 5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA L H.-HI2DU! DIVISION. On and after November 87th, Trains rnn u follow i WESTWABD. EASTWARD. Way, Mull Aec. Pas;Tr'u,Tr'u Principal Stations. ' J'rniMslliAU'.i Mffl. Ex. Tr'u Kx. Aoo. A. M V.M.I P.M. p.hJp.h.I a. h. 6.IR tl.UAi 8.8ft t.UO! A. 13 1:3 1. 41 04 I.) t.DS 1.50 8.01) 8. IS 8 HI! 8.30 8.80 .48 t.M 6.18 40 Mi 7.10 J.SS .4 T SS, e.00 iMTlubnrifi Im-kvlllr, .l.rj.vlll", )utnnuon, fully'" Ifwprt Millenitowii, Thmisout'n . Mexico,...,.... Port K yal.... Mlftlln Lewlatown J., 1.17 7. 611, 8.S0 8.11 7.SH 7. Ml 7.19 7.117 8 M 8.81 in 6.16 in H!KI 7.80 10.89 7.60 S.6S . B.K1 S.4H IS.1CI, una III. UP 6.m lo.eil 8.431 6. Sol 8.i; ll 1l 1.87 1.41 KM 11. 1W 11. kilo 10. til 8.1 0 15 11.04! .40 8.61 AlllltTCOirH,... MrVnytowti,., N. llalnlll. il. , . IluuHllKitun,.. Tyrone, Altnona 11.14 11.411 18.2(1 1.16 I.M 4 21 1.4? lo. m! B.or 8.97 H.II7I 4.1ft 1. Ml s.as: i.ihi P.U.I h mi n in 6. im 8.1ft I M 8.1ft A.M. P.H....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

(j THE TIMES,' NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUAKY KO, 1877. ibt illoomfitlb Simes. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite cntamnnlrsttnns frnm nil persons whnare iiiwresinaia miliars lropnrijr neiouKiQH w mil ii.' ptriMieui. A Cure for Chicken Disease, end Rcofilpt For Making Hens Lay. An old Imly friend T tho VUlog Record Iiim b!ti giving tlio editor nonie Information on tlie taking wire of cluck ens. Bhc says : I Imvc found (bat during the root nnd cold weather of Fall, Wlntorand Spring a dough, compounded na follows, fed once a day and then Intermitted for two days, to produce excellent results: To three gnllons of lulling water add one half am ounce common salt, a teaspoon ful of cayenne pepper and four ounces of lard. Stir the mixture until the pep- er has Imparted considerable strength to the water. Meantime the snlt will have been dissolved and the lard melted Then, whllo yet boiling hot stir In a nwal made of oats and corn, ground to gether in equal proportions, until a stiff mush la f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 January 1877

.THE TIMES, -NEW iSLOOMFlELl), PA'. .TANUA11Y 30, 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE 1 Cheapest and Best! THE HAIUUSBURa Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. To nil now flntwcrHmn nd to all prwtrit subscriber VtMiewintr their ulorii'tioim THE DAILY PATRIOT Will b nenl ftt th foliowin rate i 1 copy, 1 your, postal prniiatd Wi.m acoiI;,au ciub, js-jg io " !!!"!!!!s!'.64m I cony dnrltifr the MHwInn of the rwlnliit.iro li-UO 1 copy, 1 year, unci 1 copy, 1 yw. of either Har. ikh b"M"hthly or Hahtkii'ii IJazar, POHUK paid ou both, w1- 277 WEEKLY PATRIOT Will be sent at the f oHnwinrr rt ; 1 cony, 1 year, uontiwe prepaid 9 00 4copft, " ' 10 " 1000 15 " and I copy loiretter-nrtnf club U.00 dftcopien, 1 year ponta prepaid, and I copy to rretter.up of club B3.W I copy, one year, and one copy, one year, of either Haiu'kh'b Monthly or LIakfku'm Ba- z r, poPtatre pr-cpaid on both , H.W The nnlwrriptton prieo of Harper'a Monthly and Harper'a liazar in 4.'W each, thus smirinK eulwcri lrr a copy of the Wf.hki....

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. — 30 January 1877

8 THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1EL1); FAv, J AN U Alt Y 80, 1877. Part of a Town Swept Away. An Iberville, (LonlsanaJpnper of lust week says ! Our town wan visited with a most terrible ualnmlty oti the evening of the 17th ult. . About 8 IV M. a crash wai lieaid on the river front; at the head of Main street, and the people living near tbe levee, who rushed out of their bouses to see what was the matter, discovered that one-half of the brick warehouse of Mr. A. Caneza hud fallen into the river, and the levee bad also gone down. A abort time nfterwaid we arrived upon tbe scene when the remainder of the building went into tbe river. A Planters' warehouse, occupied by Mr. Gustave Hoth, was the next to go. In this building was a lot of sugar aud mo lasses, but by great exertions this was rolled out and fortunately taved. In a short time the building occupied by Mr. Lahore us a cake shop began to totter, aud before everything could be taken out, it went over in the river with a loud crash. Tbe nig...

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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