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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

THE TIMES, N12W1L00MF1ELD,PA.,MA1U:IM, 1878. THE TIMES. I0&1 (l)cjh,l'tlI)CIt. PENNSYLVANIA R. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. OU suil fter JuncllStu, Trlii rnli M follows I WESTWARD. KARTWARD. War Mali Afo. I fm Tr'u Tr'u ! I'HIWIMPAL STATIONS. , J'nsMslt'Atl. Mffl. I Ex. ITr'u Ki.l Aiic. A.M. P.M. P. M, ! P.M. 'P.M. P.M.IA. M. ! 1 .mi 8.1ft 1U.MI 10 s.W; i.wi n.m HsrrlAlturg, H.nkllle, III arysville, Dmirntiuuu, Rally's, Newport Mllleratown, I 'J'Uomimout'n. Mexleo, i Port K.iyal.... MliTllii i Lewlstowii J., AmlerHoii'it,...! N. Hamilton,.! Huutininltm,.. Tyrone Aitoona .HI 1. 411 I.M .4t) ft. 6ft S.1B .4ll S.M mi t.iu II 1.4J f.Hl 7. Ill T.wi 10 e.ti sns S.IWJ .OH t.m I U.M T.WI I0.W HI I.4K: I9.nl IM D.64I .4i .m S.ltti !.( 14.3(1 Kill K.4M MM Id III 10. ti 11.14 11.411 l.l 1.15 l.M l.l T.lll t.lW .XI! 7. 4m 8.119; T.M Mi S.UU 4.UU 4.T7 ; I.w e.m, T.ai ! l fl. in II. m ft.lln P. Id1 II. tM t.m B. III. 84 6 If CSS III. Ill 4.47' i .SI 4.1ft T. I.M 8.511 rl.lMI R.lft I.M) n.ift: A.M. P.M...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

0 Til 15 TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., MA11CII 10, 1878. (flic iUoomfirlii Sinus. Hi,' HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We In tit cmmminlfftltnr from nil pornon who are IttttTfnhM lu muttt iH pnHirly belDUKiiiK to tuliUtt imrtiutnt. THE GREAT LIMESTONE BELT OF KANSAS. The Atlractlvo Region of tho West. J1Y MAJOR It. I N.MAN. The"Grent (.Vntrnl riains," Bre a geographical feature of the State of KaiiHim. Covered with n remarkably nutrlliouR vegetation, for centuries they were an immense paHturntre for countless herds of butlhlo, antelope and other ruminating animals whose habitat was the far stretching green prairies that tot day form one of the most beautiful agri cultural portions of the .Mississippi Valley. Less than ten years ago UiIb region was believed by the mass of the people In the East to be an unprofitable desert, but is now the acknowledged garden of the continent. This truly magnificent country can claim the most luxurantsollof all the "Oreat West," and a climate that approaches ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

7 Newport Advertisements. THE WEED Hotels. Professional Curds. THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MF1EL1), PA., MAKClt 11), 1878. . I S JIa JK. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-Law, , New llloomtleld, Perry co., Pa. - onice Next door to the residence ot Judge .Junkiu. iM AM. MAKREL, Attorney-at-Law, , New Bloonitleld, Perry county, Fa. Offlce directly opposite the Post-Oluce, p-dnd adjoining the Mansion House. T EW19 l'OTi'KUi ATTOHN EY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERBV CO., PA. a-Clalms promptly secured ,?ollf.ot'5 WritVgs and all legal business carefully attend. e4 to. iiyL JAM ES H. FEKU U SON, A" -La . w a wortlce-Market Street, near the Square. 35 6 CirAiais ilTRMn-Ey, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. .OInewlth O. A. Burnett, Esq., on High HUeet north side, nearly opposite the I resby e- rl Church. August 80, HH. M. A.SPONHLF.K, Attorney-at-Law, M. A. OI u.iniu.", o 'y,-- -- IV Offlce-ad i.inliiK Ills resmeiice, uu jwv Main street. New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa. 82 ly JOHN G. SHATTO, Surgeon Den...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELT), VA,. MA1KJH 15), 1878. A Sensation at Sunbury. CmiRidcinble exoitcment prevailed nt Bunbury a few days ngo in consequence of the discovery that n prisoner named Peter McQulre bad escaped from his cell and ltufns Dawess, another prisoner, bad made an attempt to escape. The men stripped themselves naked and soaped their bodies well, and then one forced himself through the narrow iron spaces used to admit the light into their apartment. The attempt was made between 11 o'clock on Wednes day night and 1 o'clock ou Thursday morn lng. MoGuire, buing the larger man.toap. ed his body thoroughly and made the at tempt first, as they supposed that If the larger mon couM get through, the other, as a matter of course, would have no difficul ty in following him. Pushing his body through the aperture, which Is about four inches in width and about eighteen inches in length, same as the Iron casings of the skylights in the cells of the Dauphin coun ty pilsjn, be made the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

4 ' 5 '1 ft 1 ft : r -'Si ' "i, - .Li- .1. l-f I VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 187H. NO. 13. w' ' THE TIMES. Aa Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED IVBRT TUBBIUY BT F. MORTIMER & 00. suBscuirTios rnicK. (WITBIW TUB COUNTT. One a- 1 ? 8lx Month! (OIT Of THB COVNTT. Ons Year. lwhRe Included) II N Mix Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Select Poeti'y. AN ABORIGINAL CHANT. What time the glittering raye of mora O'er bill and valley steal, Chief Joseph's squaw, with dog and com, Prepares the Indian meal. And if, with wild, rebellions shout, The pappoose shall appear, The chieftain leads the bad child out, Clutched by the Injin ear. The breakfast o'er, the daughter strolls Down glen and shady dell ; While gay young braves, from wooded knolls " Look out for the Injin belle !" Each stricken brave she turns and leaves Her coyness to bewail ; Her dragging blanket stirs the leaves The well-known Ind...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW 1VL00ME1EL1), PA.. 3IA1KJII 20, 1878. THE COLONEL'S HEIR, HUC 1 1 JU1DHON was fortunately alone when he broke the seal of the following letter : 1 Dkah H'.ik At the request of our client, your great unele, Col. Hugh Hud son, ot lluiisou Hills, it beootiies our unpleasant iluty to Inform you of his lenlre that nil eomiuunleatiou between yourself and his family should cease Vroni this tl.-t.tr-; nnd that you will con sider yourself as having, by your -nndtiet abroad, forfeited all eiulnis of 'interest or ntteetion upon him. Your own property, amounting to some fif teen tliousanil dollars, which he placed In our hande tor your use, some time since, we have appropriated, us you re piested, to the payment of your expen se during your foreign tour; and It has exactly outiiced for that purpose, as the inclosed statement will snow. You are, therefore, left clear of debt, but other wise unprovided for. Our client for warded, with his communication, the accompanying check for f...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MEIELT), PA., MAUCH 2G, 1878. 3 -f" Tlio penetrating winds Incident to this sensoii of the year ar a severe ordeal for the lungs. The neglect of n hnrd cough generally lexis to a weakness of the lungs, which, not Infrequently, results In Consumption. Bchenck'a Pulmonic Byrup will at once re lieve and loosen a tight cough, and Is such an agreeable remedy that children will take it without being coaxed. A cold on the lungs, If consumption la not already developed, may be easily mastered by the use of the Pulmonic Syrup, together with Bchenck'a Mandrake Pills to clear the system of the accumulated mucus. In more serious cases, where the disease has become deeply seated, anp the patient suffers from loss of appetite, weakness and emacia tion, Pchonek's Be Weed Tonic should be used in connection with the above mentioned remedies, to stimulate the appetite and bring the digestive powers Into healthy action, there .by sustaining the strength of the patient and enabling ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOMITULI), I'A, JIAltCll 2, 1878. THE TIMES. JVetw lilooHilcld, March 20, 1S7.S. NOTICK TO ADVICKTIMKHM. No Out of Merixitype will to Inserted In this paper unless Its-lit face ami mi nit-tsl lmst. IsfTwenty per cent, in i'wm of remilar rntns, will Vohswl for advertisements net tn lJoulile Column. . NOTICK TO tsl MSH'lt I BKIIrt, I.ooll at thi flmires on the latol of your iwpi'iv-. Thonfiwiiri xirll umi llio dole 111 wlileh yon l-subscription Ispnld. Within week alter money In ni, see If tlio ilutn 1h cIisiikciI. No nthiT receipt is neoessarv. OUR CIRCULATION. For the iiifornintlon of Advfitlsets, nnd others Interested In knowing, we make mention of the fact that we begin thin year with a circulation of NINE TEEN HUNDRED copies. Thk Democratic Htate Ontral Com mittee met at Harrlsuurg hint week, nnd decided to hold the next Btnto Conven tion at Pittsburg, May 22. The Sri'iiEMi! t'oi'HT of Louisiana have decided that the verdict in the enso of (Jeneral Anderson one ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH 20, 1878. THE TIMES. L(Ov51l1 l)eph.iftiicit., PENNSYLVANIA It. R.-MICDLE DIVISION. On and after Jnncfotli, Train, run as follown l WESTWARD. Way Mull Aco. fHB Tr'UjTr'u KABTWAKD. , .Vim Mall All'. MtTI. I Ka. Tru fcl. Aec P.M. I'.M. I' M, A. M. l.ail 8. 15 lU.kl H.IK) 7. Mi 8 4i IM- 8.114 11.69 7. mi 10.90 8 II 7.l 7.47 19.99 6 S4 H.64 7.:1 S.41 7 18 6.1.11 7IKI d. 10: 0 411 a. id' i.m tt.lt9 6.IA W.I" 111 1 1. 04,, 5.4ll( B.4SI , Id 04 A 111! 8.SJI in. ml 4.4; I 11.117 4.11 7 !M 8. (ill 8.2H 8.611' I 8.18 3. Ml II. tftl A.M.IP.M. P. M.I .M. P.M. 'P.M. s.wi i .no; a.uu s.iai t.4H Itockvlllt., Marywvllle, Diiucauuon, Puily's, Newport Mlllerstown, 'J' hi Mil flAOIlt1!! . Mexico I'.ui n .ai.... Miinii Lewlstnwn J., Amlel Ron'.,. ,. 1.611 1.II H.IH D.4H 8.M 7.10 T an T.4 7.ra 8.IKJ W .H e.i'ii Rilil 41 9. IIS i.sn: a. i 1.(51 8.ci .iri; 8.3U s.iiiv 4.110 S.R4 lU.IH 11.14 4.37 1 SlcWytowU,.. I N. Hamilton, . i, HtllillllKdou..,! ' Ti rimi" I l Amion...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

Til 14 TlMKfcVNEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAKC1I 20, 187H. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite cnmmmiltnlli'P" from nil person who ro Interested lu nmlt'Ta properly bi'louulnx to ti de part mt-nt. Cultivating Orchards. We lmve m-en two orchards In West ern Xew York, ntumling within half a mile of pnch other, which very nearly corresponded with the following descrip tion of two orchards at Houth Haven, Michigan, given ty Prof. Heal. One of these orchards he pronounces as hearing the hest crop the past season which he had seen In the Htate. The ground lius a perfect natural drainage, but has not a strong Boil, hence the necessity of the triennial and cultivation given It. With this treatment, the annual shoots are not over a foot long. The owner raises fine fruit, and makes It a rule to send to market only the very finest In quality. It Is no wonder then that he cannot 1111 all the orders he receives. His neighbor set his orchard the same year (17 years ago) and allows his trees to stand In g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1EL1), PA., MAlKll 2(5,1878..' Profossioiinl Curds. JK. JUNK1N. Attorney-n.t-l.aw, s New rllonntlleld. Perryco., P. -Office Next dour to the residence ol Judge Juuklil. 4 f . t f AM. MAKKEt,. Attorney-at-Lnw, New llloomlleld, Perry county, P. ljf Office directly opposite the Pot-Oillce, .nd adjolilag the Mansion House. y KWH l'OTTKIl, Al'TU It N K Y AT L A W . NEW BLOOM KIKI.l), PEKHV CO., PA. W-Clalm promptly spcmed collected Writings and all lenal business carefully attend ed to. . , , iiy JAMEB U. FEKULHON, AttJ,r!j"J.J" J,A -Offlce Market Street, near the Square. 35 ClIAHLEBH. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Blooinlleld, Perry Co. Pa. .01'lcewlth C. A. Burnett, Esq., on High Htreet, north side, nearly opposite the Preibyte rlamjUrch. August 2U, 1872. ITTM. A.HPON8I.EK, Attorney-at-Law," W Office adJolnliiK Ills residence, on East Main street, New Bloomneld, Terry co., Pa. 8 2 ly JOHN O.SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist, New lllooiutleld, Perryco., Pa. All kinds of Mechnn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 March 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1AM MAKCll 20, 1878. Death of a Millionaire Miser. A Cincinnati pajKir snyg : An inventory linn been taken of tbe property of the late Jerry Tullia, ru ocoenttlo old bachelor, who dltxl near this city recently in ciicuni Ktmices of aotitnl want, mid It fully bears out the stories that were current as to bis great wealth. lie had titles to about, 500, 000 ncrcs ol land located In different States of the West and South. In Cincinnati alone he owned 40 houses, 10 of them In one block, and In Hamilton county, outside of Cincinnati, be bad not less than 000 acres of valuable laud. Mo bad 40,000 acres in Kentucky,a recent purchase, worth about $100,000, and 12,000 In Iowa, for which he was lately offered $12 an acre. He also bad a largo amount in govern ment securities, investing at one time $00, 000. His taxes in Hamilton county last year amounted to $0,000. He bas a nephew and other relatives living here, and it is believed that be left a will, but search u...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

K$y,)) UMi III A? ... - - -d lilt : A VOL. XII. 1ST3UW BLOOMFIELD, 3?A.., TUESDAY, A-I'ItlT 2, 1878. NO. 14. ' S S ,'L V V.A V III I V -fX S awn . I I IP III " ' L. lb, . I I it fl I IPS " ft .ft ' r '.i;-r : ' ' I. ' ' I . ; THE' TIMES. An Independent Family Kewspapcr, i i IS FUBUSBBD BVERT TUB8IUT T F. MORTIMER & CO. 8 UBSCttlPTIOM PIIICE. (wrrnm tn cocmr. One Year, 1 2 Mix Months "3 vr or TBI COUNTT. One Year. (Postage Included) 1 fO tx Months, (Postage Included) H5 Invariably lu Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For TbrTimks. FORBET NOT ME. STOTTOABT." 'When the lovely Spring's returning, -Jo; and gladness ever bringing, 1 Forget not me. When the birds are sweetly singing, And the air with music ringing, Through the earth of man's rejoicing, Forget not me. In the bright and balmy morning, When from sleep thon'rt gently waking, Forget not me. la the calm and lovely evening, Daniel before thee, thou fairy, kneeling, For thy hand so humbly pleading, Forg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

T1IH TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., Ai'ltlL 2, 1878. THE COLONEL'S HEIR. , t.'ONCLl'DBD. " T CONSENT, sir," lie aid, after jL long consideration, Influenced, per Imps, by the reflections thus suggested, "to place you In a situation which you certainly do not seem Intended to fill. It Is chlefly,however,tue constraint and ser vitude of tho position which I cannot alter that I regret for you. My horses, .sir," said the courtly old gentleman, with n courtly old bow, "are goutlemen, too; I think you will find them so. I hare not myself considered It degrading to be much among them, and spend much time and care on them, nor has any of my my family. I am sure they will not be the worse for having a gen tleman to wait on them instead of a mere mercenary clown j and though It certainly seems an anomaly, I trust that the same reason will Influence our mu tual relations." , The anomaly, who had liuteued re spectfully to this disclosure, hat in hand now took his departure, and had the honor of b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, YA APRIL 2, 1878. 3 A timely dona of Snhonck's Mandrake Tills l sure to prevent n attack or blltoumoss when tliort neglect of th warning symp tomt may develop ft serious case of ferer, cither billons, Intermittent or typhoid.' Bchenck's Mandrak Villa remove all eaueea of biliousness, promptly start the aecretloha of the liver, and give ft healthy tone to the entire system . It la do ordinary discovery In medical science to have found ft harmless care for this stubborn complaint, which accomplishes all the results heretofore produced by free use of calomel, ft mineral Justly dreaded by mankind, and acknowledged to be destructive to the ex treme to the human eyetcin. That the proper tics of certain vegetables comprise all the vir tues of calomel without Its injurious qualities, Is now an admitted fact, rendered Indisputable by scientific tests. Those who use the Man drake Fills will be fully satisfied that the best raedlclues are those provided by nature In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

4 TIIK.TIME8, NKW HL00MF1KL1), 1A.. AHtll. 2, 1878. THE TIMES. JVei llloomfleia, April V, J. NOTICK TO ADVKtlTlftKUH. No Out nr fltrrentype will liolnnnrtrct In tills pior iiImw Unlit fc Slid on ruelal base. . "Twenty pnr ocnt. in eirma or remiUr rstis, will Vehsnred for advertisements sntlu IiotihleUuiiiinu. NOTICE TO KUIIMCIMDEIIH. I.nnktt the nmit-ffl mi th lbl of yonr r-siterw Thf.i ilH-nrna tll von the ditto in wlilrh ynm-snb-rrliMlnn Is unlil. wiiliin g weeks alter immey l nut, If tli date la ehsiiireil. No uther receipt Is nwwirv. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information of AdvertlHets, and others interested In knowing, we make mention of the fact that we begin this year with a circulation of NINE TEEN HUNDRED copies. Hon. V. 8. Stengf.h has our thanks for a copy of the proposed tariff bill, also for other Public documents. Pennsylvania Railroad Election. Pjuladkmmua, March In the Pennsylvania Railroad election here to day the regular ticket was successful. The Board of Directors...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, TA., Al'ltIL 2, 1878. 0 i THE TIMES. I4Oii.1l Dcpirftncit. PENNSYLVANIA B. R.-liIDDLB DIVISION. On and afforiliineasth, Trains nin ea fillowa i WESTWAUU. EASTWARD. PniMOfPAL Htathink. J'na Ex. MnllAtl'. Tr'u, Ki. MITI. A OO. A. M. m 8.46 86 813 1.47 t.sj 7 18 Harrlaburs", II.h kvlllw, Maryavllle, Duiiranuou, Bally'a Newport, Mlllnratown, Thoinraunt'n Meilrn,.. Port Itoyal.... Mlfllln , 1,1'WlHtOWn i. P. M l.tll 1.16 lu.ul 7.60 11. M H.M 7. io. so: 7.1' 64 I.M n.49i .WI O.I a in 7 110 40 0116 ti m' 11.04, 1.40: .", In. 91, I. no I. IB, 10. in' 4.47, .7 4.16' Mw I .60 S.2H .'!; ; 8.16 9.60 S.loi 1 A.M. I' M. P.M.I ; Anderson's,., i MeWytmvn,. ' N. Hamilton,, ! Hnnthuritou.. J J VTHMH, j Aituoua, nr-PlttxImrir Espri'ss loaves Hsrrlsliinvat II. oil p.M. nuncaminn II : (flwl: Newport 11.67 (!k anil r- rlVeaat Pittatntl'tfatfMOA. M. rsfClolnj West, the. Way Pasaenarr leaves ltarrla bnrir Dally--the other trains Dally exoept Htnidny. IVOoinir K.ast, the Atlantln ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

0 f Ijc Uoomficlb fonts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. TV invite cimtr.milrnlior from sll person who are lniprfll lu nutters properly bclousiuir to ptrtmtut. How to Grease a Carriage. A correspondent of - the Germantmvn Telegraph Bays : This may be useful to some of your country readers. How ninny of them will take pnlns to grease or wash a carringe rightly V As far as my experience goes not many of them do either, through Ignorance or careless ness, or " John-wnsh-tliat-wagon" style; but whateverltls.lt Is not often done right, lteing a carriage-painter myself, I have a right to know how and to say how It should be done. When a carriage comes to be re-palnt-ed, and I see the panels full of grease, which has come off the wheels or sponge in washing, and the spokes full from the hub, I say that man doesn't appre ciate my work ; It is all the same to him If I give him a good job or a poor one, so that It shines. Or you want your carriage varnished. There Is no getting the grease marks off, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., Al'ML 2,1878, Professional Cards. JE. JUNKIN, Att.ornoy-t-Lw, , New Bloomlleld. Perry co., Fa. Mumi-flni uour iu me resiueuue uiuuoko Junkln. 45tf AM. MATtKEL. At.torney,M.w, a New Hloonitleld, Perry county, Pa. Office direct It onnoalte the Poat.OOlce. kiJ adjoining iha Mansion House. J" EW 19 l'OTTER, ATTOllNEY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERKY CO., PA. WClalms promptly secured collected Writings and all Usual business carefully attend- d 10. i 0 jri JAMES It. FEKGliSON, Attorney rtt-Lisw, NKWPOKT, PA. aTOnice Mai net street, near me square, no o- j , - CHARLES U. RMILKY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. P. H-Umcewiru J. a. nrnmi, rjsq., tut iuku street, north side, nearly opposite the Pre.ny te la Church. August 20, 1872. VtTM. A.8PONHLEK, Attorney-at-Law, Main street. New Bloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. 8 2 ly I TOHN 0. 8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist, J New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa. ill kinds oi Mecuanlcai ana nurgicai uentiwry lone In the best manner, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 April 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, lA. AHtlL 2, 1878., A Daring Escape. f.att week one of the most dnrlnir Ipaps ou record m made by George Glen, a prisoner held for burglary, at the Central Police Btation. The court room was' on the fourth floor, counting the basement as one etory. Ou the eattt side there Is a ftinall ante-room, in which prisonous are kept dining the time between the opening of the court and their respective trials. There Is no granting to the window, and it is fifty feet to the solid pavemcut below, lieneath it is an iron fence presenting a row of pickets, on which any one falling would be almost certain to be impaled. Glen was in the room with two other prisoners, no officer being present. lie ex pected to be called soon for trial on three charges burglary,larceny and assault and battery. Glen said to the other prisoners, " I am going to get out of this." He hardly said it before he threw off his over cont, and pushing up the sash, sprang on the window sill. His horri...

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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