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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

111 mum i i i'iMiii'l!:;HilHlill'ili.illik?. VOL. Xtll. 1STEW BLOOMFIELD, !P-A.., TUESDAY, J UN ill 3, 1870. NO. 23. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBUSUHD BVBHT TUBSDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 SUHSCKIPTION I 11 ICE. (WITHIN THB COUNTY.) One Year fl 2" Six Mouths 75 (OUT Of TnB COCNTT.) One Year, (Pottage Included) II N) Btx Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eledt Poetry. ALWAYS LOOK ON THE SUNNY SIDE. Always look on the sunny side, And though lire checkered be, A lightsome heart bids care depart, And time fly pleasantly. Why sit and mourn o'er fancied Ills, When danger Is not near? Care la a self-consuming thing, That hardest nerves can wear. Always look on the sunny side, And though you do not find All things according to your wish, Be not disturbed In mind. The greatest evils that can come Are lighter far to bear When met by fortitude and strength, Instead of doubt and fear. Always look on t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JUNE 3, 1870. DANIEL'S MOTTO. . DANIEL AKIN had become a con firmed drunkard. Bo fully had lie come under the dominion of the bottle, that he was perfectly miserable whon he could not obtain the means of gratify lag his thirst. lie had neglected his family till his wife's father had taken herand the dill Jren to the paternal roof. lie had Bpent all his substance in drink was kept from the poor house only by performing menial services for his food, and by the kindness of Thomas Edgerton, a tueru- ber of the Hoclety of Friends, who had known him from his youth, and who had a strong hope that, in the course of time, he would see his folly, and turn again Into the right path. llosklns, the leading liquor dealer of the place, had let him have drink so long as his money lasted, but would trust him no longer. lie was lounging about the saloon one bright moonlight evening, pleading with the keeper to trust him for adrlnk. His reply was sharp and unfeeling: " ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JUNE 3, 1879. 3 RAILROADS, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANflBMBMTOF PABSENGERTR AIN8. May lllh", 187. IKAIN8 LEAVBlHARRISBURG A8FOLLOW8 For New York, at 8.15, 8.10 . m. 2.00p.m. a nit 7.65 p. in. For Philadelphia, at 5.15, g.lo, 9.4ft a.m. 2. Wand 4.UV p. In. ror Heading, at 8,15, 8.10,9.45a.m. and 2.00 4.01) anil 7.56 p.m. For Fottsvllle at 8.15, 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 . in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via B. ft 8. Dr. at 8.30 a. m. For Alleiitown, at 5. 16, 8.1Ua, m., and at 2.00, 4.0(1 and 7.65 p. in. The 6.16, 8.10 a.m., and 7,65 p. m., train have through cara lor New York. The 5.1"), a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.15 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 8.15 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and WayStatloneat 1.43 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARIUSBUHG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, S.SOand 7.45 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.45 a. m. 4.00, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

i.unJumnjmiwwirr-"-r'- m! THE TIMES, NEW BLOOSI FIELD, PA.. JUNE 3, 1879. THE TIMES. New Jiloom field, June 3, 1879, NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Ho tint or RtprMitype will he Inserted In tblt paper tinlMS IlKtit fsce and uu metal base. "Twenty rrwnt.limrwi of regular ralca, lll iMobantedtotadTertlaeinmiU atln Double Column. KOTICB TO IMJIMCK1BER. Iiook at the nu-urrs on the label of your paper. Those nimi-ciitdl vnn (ho rinte In which yonrann- rrlptlnn la pniil. Within 9 week! alter money la flit, a-e If tun date la dunned. Mo other receipt la neoeasary. - The present Circulation of THE) TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. Both houses of the Legislature have adopted a joint resolution fixing June (1th as the day of adjournment. The Value of the Cotton Rise. A Boston journal of a recent date, speaking of the rise In cotton says : During two days, one-twentieth of the entire crop of 8,000,000 bales has been sold In New Yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JUNE 3, 1879. 5 THE TIMES. Todhl Dejih,i'tireit. . PENNSYLVANIA E. B.-UIDDLS DIVISION. On nil after May 13th, Trains run u foil owl i WEBTWAUD. EASTWARD. Wiy MslliAeo. l'MiTr'n,Tr'n rmwjiPAL STATION. rhilBJeJiihiaT HarrlBbnrKi Knckville, Mftrynvflle, linucaunon, llnily' Newport, MIllerMown, Thompiout'u. Mexico Port Hoyai.... Mifflin I.ewlptnwn J., Antlron's,... McVtytown. N. Hamilton, . HuntliiKdou,., Tyrone Altoona AH'. Mffl. bl. Auc. 8:110 p.m, a.m. 10.88 8.88 10.JO J3 ?:S 7.00 8.40 8.U8 8.13 S.tul 13 .SO 8. mil 00 r.M. 6.40l P. M. 8.80 Kg (.86 P.M P.M. I. mil H 1H e.i'j t.iv S.StV S.M, .0tS MS, K.81 H-Irt KM Imw 10.40 11 12 1.4.I 1.S0 a.uti J. 23 a.w, 1.471 8.01 8ia 8.30 8.J7 1.17 1.11 U.W 1.5'J 7.83 7.07 8.87 8.48 (.83 8.18 8.13 8.07 1.43 8.18 8.40 8.88 in UK U.S4 11.11 11. 68 11. 48 T.10 7.SH .4ti T.ea II BS II. 84 11.04 10.SS 10.11 8.811 8.81 8.18 A.M. 8.S6 iH 4.83' t.ao 8.34, .l P.M. U:66 8.00 11.3 18.18 4.17 7.88 8.2T' 8.61 $.511, 8.16 p.m.'p.m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 3, 1870. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We. Invite oommnnlcAtlnnn from all pemnns who lire Inturehti'd lu matter, pruperly belonging to this de partment. Country Roads. Boad-niaklng as an art, eayg the Rural New Yorker, Is but poorly understood by the majority of our highway supervis ors and road-masters, and what they do know Is not always carried out. There is no doubt, a gradual improvement In our highways. The loss and Injury occasioned by gullying and wash-outs are so great that those means by which stability of the traveled way is secured are getting to be tolerably well under stood. But the other points, such as securing easy grades, conducting a road over a swamp, the management of clayey or mucky soils, and the removal of stones, both fixed and loose, are all matters in which our rural road-builders may easily improve their methods. In every farmers' club, grange, and agri cultural gathering for the discussion of rural affairs, road making s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD. PA., JUNE 3, 1879. 7 rrofosstonal Cards. r office Next door to tlie residence of Judge Junkln. 6tl AM. MAKKEI., Attorney-at-Law, , New Bloointleld, Perry oointy, Pa. lf Otllce opposite the Mansion House, and three doors east of the Post-OUlce. , -r rBV18 POTXKH, ATTOltNEY AT UW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO..PA. WOlatms promptly secured collected Writlngsaud all legal business carefully attend edto. CHARLES H.BMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Co. Fa. wOfflse two doors east ot Joseph Bin tli s tiotel. August i, l7d W M. A. BPONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, OHIee-adJolnlng his residence, on East Malnstreet, New Blooiulleld, Perry oo.. Pa. 8 i ly JOHN G.SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist, New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable Pl5ibfflce at his residence one door Eastofthe Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponger's LawoiUce. S'1 M. N. 8EIBEKT, Attorney-at-Law, new uioomueiu, rerry wu....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 June 1879

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. JUNE 3, 1879. It Colonol Walton Dwlght Alive? The Insurance companies Interested In tlie Dwight case are at work on a new theory. A large number of the Insurance people are satisfied that the body examined was a victim of stiioide, and there are Rome who knew the Colonel well who entertain the belief that he la still alive. The features of the case that point to nulolde have been widely published, and now some facts noted during the two autopsies are made publlo wbioh seem to ludioate that the body is not that of Colonel Dwlght. The records of the War Department In Wash ington, lit s claimed, show that Dwlght at the bathle of Gettysburg was wounded by a ball passing through the upper third of 'the left thigh and splintering the femur, iand that at the inquest, upon examination, .a perfectly smooth bone was found. It is also glveu out that Walton Dwlght bod a square set Jaw, but the corpse had such a narrow Jaw that the ordlnnry plate used by dentis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

I I m w & v a t y l w" v x x i i i l ti ' m a VOL. Xtll. NEW BLOOMFIEL,!), TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1879. NO. 24. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper! IB PUBLISHED IVSRT TUSSDAT BT F. MOUTBIER & CO. SlTBSCniPTION PIIICK. (WITHTH TRK COUHTT.) One Year 1 2. -Six Mouths 76 (OUT Ot THB COUSTT.) One Year. (Postage Included) II w Bix Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably in Advance I V Advertising ratea furnished upon application. PUBLISHED BY REQUEST. ' IT MAY HAVE BEEN. It may have been a fancy, or It may have been a dream, Or the fruit of Idle r.i using by a laughing, sun light stream. It may have been a picture In the misty long ago, Or a strain of witching music sung by voices soft and low. It may have been the glory of a pre-exlstent morn, Or a ray ot heavenly beauty, boru with me when I was born i Cut somewhere I have seen It I know neither time nor place I have seen the lovely Image of a strangely lovely face, Mysteriously beautiful and marvelously fair. With Its light ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

n THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 10. 1879. RUTH'S CHOICE. AVEItY pleasant llttlo group gather ed about Mrs. Dermot's cony break fast table that bright spring morning. First, Mrs. Dermot herself, fair, fat and well no matter about the age ten years a widow with not over plenty of means, and the mother of three girls, Miss Laura the eldest and the beauty, Miss Isabel, a beauty also, and a musi cian besides, and little Ruth who was re garded by the family as neither very brilliant nor very beautiful, but very useful to help mother and the sole servant with the household affairs. This morning there was one more in the group, Mrs. Dermot's brother Ed ward, au Improvident youth who had run away to California years ago and Just come back, not much the better, as Mrs. Dermot could discover, for his long wanderings. " We never need have expected poor uncle Ed. to make anything," she re marked to her daughters the night after his sudden return. " He says he has saved enough to buy hims...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA. JUNE 10, 1870. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARHAN8EMKNT OF P A88ENGEHTRAIN8. Uay Uth", 1870. TKA1N8 LB AVE IIARR1SBURQ AS FOLLOW B For New York, at 6.15, 8.10. ni. S.oop. m. nd 7.68 p. m. For f hllntlelphla, at 6.15, 8.10, 9.46 a.m. 3.00 ml 4.110 p. in. For KimuIIiik, at 6,15, 8.10, 0.46a. m. and 2.00 4.00 ami 7.66 p.m. For Fottsvllle at 8.15, 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 &. in., and via Bohuylklll and Susquehanna rauoh at '1.40 p. in. For Atilmrn via H. & B. Br. at 8.80 a. n. For Allentown, at6.16, S.lua. in., and at 8.00, 4.00 and 7.6S p. m. The 6.16, 8.10 a.n., and T.B4 p. in., tralna have through cars tor New York. The 6.15, a. in., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 6.15 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.15a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Waydtatlonsat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARR1BBURG, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWS i Leave NewYork, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, S.SOand 7.46 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.45 a. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 10, 1879. THE TIMES. New lilootn field, June 10, 1819. NOTICK TO ADVBltTlSKIlS. No Out or Stereotype will be Inserted lutliU paper nnlMN Mirht fane and ou metal buo, trafTwnnty per cent. In ece of regular rt. will be shamed tor advertliwiueuU tln Uonblo Column. KOTICR TO HUnHCHIBEItt. I.nok at the flvniwi on the label of yonr paper. h.iunttiifKti foil i-nil t l.n ilnffA In It'll I (Ml ?OW f Nil lla rrlptL.nl. paid, Within weoia alter niowy l sent, If the date la chanirod. No other receipt la necessary. The preeent Circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to tbe Inspection of advertisers. General James Shields died very suddenly on Monday night of last week in Iowa. TnE bill allowing pensions to the sur viving soldiers of the Mexican war, lias passed the senate and house of repre sentatives, and is now in the hands of the governor, for his signature. The Governor lias signed the bill passed at th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

5 THE TIMES. IocchA Dcjihi'tment. "PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-UIDDLS DIVISION. On mil attor Mnr I2tli, Trains run as follow! I EASTWARD. I'niKoirAli HTAXIOMtt. .I'n'MnitiAtl'. Mm. Ex. I Tr'u Ex. A oo. Philadelphia, HinTlsburg, llockvllln, Mnrysvillp, l)uurauuoUi Unlly Newport Mllli-rMown, TIiHn80Ut'!l. Rlpxlcn Port ll..)l.... Mlirih iiPWIRtnwU J.i Amli-rnon's,.,. McVcytown ,.. N. Ilmnllton,. ttnnttnvdon,.. Tyrono, AltOOflA -4d P.M A.M. M.00 846 8.85 8 13 7.47 7.83 7 18 7 00 8.40 .iia .it I .aii 8.161 lo.w! 111 7.6f 7.62 7. 82 7.07 li.118 10.) l-J.:IS 13.84 13 II 8 67 .48 II M II. H; II 8X! il.r.4' 11.04 to. m' 10.11 .K 8 61 .15 A.M. 8. IK 9.12 8.07 .I5 t.bu 8.J8, J.fs' 5.42 B.H 4 61 4.11 6.61 K.lf iPITTSIlt'RHH. 7:40i nr-Plttsbmv Express Ir-nvea Hurrlnlmrtf si 10.1J1 e.. Duncannon 10.41 (iW): Newport 11.06 (tlUK) and rives at 1'itttOuirtf nt 7.00 A. M. tTrPse1rio f'Tprcwi Wert will stop nt ttmirnnnoii nt 4.6o And nt N'svvvrt nt 5.14 a. m., wln-u ll.ovii. twOolni W.isl. the Wuy Pufiwinfor h-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JUNE 10, 1870. GREAT- AUCTIONEERS. TAS. P. LATCH FORD, U HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We invite enmmnntciktlnns frnm nil perftnns who are Informed In nutters properly beluuKinw to tliti de partment. . ...... v.- 4 Making Lumbor With Straw, Mr. S. H. Hamilton, of Bushnell, 111., has discovered a process for making hard wood lumber out of common wheat straw, with all the effect of polish and finish which is attainable on the hardest of black walnut and mahog any, at as little cost as clear pine lumber can be manufactured for. The process of manufacture as explained by Mr. Hamilton is as follows ; Ordinary straw board such as is manufactured at any paper mill is used for the purpose. As many sheets are taken as is required to make the thickness of the lumber desired. These sheets are passed through a chemical solution, which thoroughly softens up the fibre and completely saturates it ; the whole is then pressed through a succession of rollers, dried and har...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI). PA., JUNE 10, 1879. Professional Cards. JK. JON KIN, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomneld, Perry co., P. mr ortloe Next door to the residence of Judge Junkln. 5tf AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Hloomtleld, Perry county, Pa. Office opposite the Mansion House. and three doors east of the Post-Olllce. irEW18 POTTElt, ATTORNEY AT UW, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PERRY CO., PA. sGlalm promptly scoured colleoted Wrrdlngsund all legal business carefully attend ed to. ia yi CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtteld, Perry Oo. Pa. -Omc two doors east ol Joseph Smith a hotel. August 2, 1872, HM. A. BPONHLER, Attorney-at-Law, Main street, New Bloomneld, Perry co., Pa 8 2 ly JOHN G.8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist, NewBloomtleld,Perryco.,Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable pr.Offlce at his residence one door flastofthe Robinson House, and opposite Wm. A. Bponsler'i CawotUoe. 8 21y M. N. HE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, Nowmoomueia, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 June 1879

8 Forty Thousand Men on a Strike at Pitts burgh. Only one iron mill la Pittsburgh Is In op eration. On the south side of the city everything is silent, for square aftor square, where the largest of the Iron mills are lo cated. Between thirty-five thousand and forty-five thousand men have been thrown out of work. Not only are mill hands af fected, but all the coal diggers lu the tuiuos connected with mills and the men employ ed in other branches. The firms which refuse to sign the scale and will go out on the deadlock are : Jones & Laughlin, larg est mill there, employing 3500 men ; Lewis, Oliver & Phillips, two mills ; Chess, Smythe & Co.; A. M. Byers& Co.; Graff, Bennett & Co., two mills ; Bparg, Chalfant & Co.; Lloyd & Co.; National Tube "Works; D. W. Wood & Co.; Everson & Moorum ; Pittsburgh Forge and Iron Company; J. Painter & Sons Zug & Co.; Phillips, Nimick & Co.; Aloorehead & Co.; Lindsey & MoCutcheon ; Wilson, Walker &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 June 1879

i 1 - IK yi v Tr v v I w w g 1 m r si- RsMlSffls 1 Wt 11 I PL J"r t. ,-1. ivw if til -fc'-i'' VOL. Xtll. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1., TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1870. NO. 25. THE TIMES. An Indcpemleut Family Newspaper, IS PCBLISBBD EVERT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. SUBSCRIPTION l'UICK. (WITHIN THE COUHTT.) One Year, II 2 Hlx Months 75 (OUT OF Tn COUNTT.) One Year. (Postage included) fl en Six Months, (Postage included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. geledt Poctiy. WHERE IS YOUR BOY TO-NIGHT? Life Is teeming with evil snares, The gates of sin are wide, The rosy fingers of pleasure wave And beckon the young inside. Man of tho world with open purse, Seeking your own delight, Pause, ere reason is wholly gone Where is your boy to-night 1 Sirens are singing on every hand, Luring the ear of youth, Gilded falsehood with sliver notes Drowneth the voice of truth. Dainty lady In costly robes, Your parlors gleam with light, Fate and beauty your senses steep Where i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JUNE 17. 1871). A Merited Disappointment. ' ' " " TIMS train from Paris to Lyons stop ped at the station of Jolgny, a town upon the route, and after leaving a few passengers again went on. The station, for a ' moment crowded with railway porters and lookers on, was soon de serted by all but two Individuals. One of them was an old man dressed In the garb of a well-to-do farmer; the other a youth about five and twenty, who seem ed to be waiting for some one to come out and meet blni. To this person the old man presently addressed himself. " May I presume, sir," said he, " to inquire If you are Clement D ?" "Yes, my good man," replied the youth, with a haughtiness of manner ; "and I have no doubt you are Mr. Martin." " At your service, sir," replied the other. " Well, Mr. Martin," continued Clement, in the same tone, "I began to imagine you Intended to keep me waiting. That would not have been the . best manner in which to insinuate your self into my goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 June 1879

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMEIELD, PA. JUNE 17, 1870. 0 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PA8BKNOKKTRAIN8. JIny llTh, 187. TKAINB LEAVE IIARRISBUROASFOLLOWB For New York, at 0.15, 8.10 a. m. toop.m. and 7.M p. in. Knr IMilladellihl Illl at 6.1R, 8.10, M5 a.m. .00ail.1 4.00 p. III. For Reading, at 5,15, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.M p.m. For Fottsvllle at 8.15. 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 &. in., and via Schuylkill and Husquehauua ranch at 1.40 p. m. For Auburn via S. (k B. Br. at 5.30 a. m. For AUentown.at&.lB, 8.10 a. in., and at 1.00, 4.WI and 7.65 p. m. . .. . . The 6.15. 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., trains have through ears tor New York. The 5.15, a. in., trains have throtmh carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 5.15 a. in. For AllHiitown and Way Station at 5.15a.m. For Rending, Philadelphia and Way Station !at 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARRIPBURU, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, S.SOaud 7.45 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 0.49...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 June 1879

MMMMlUn THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMl'lELl), PA.. JUNE 17, 1871). THE TIMES. tfew ltlvomflell,dnHi 17, lHTiK NUTIC'K TO AUVKKTIM Bltn Mn Out orHterentyr will tie tninrMd In this ir QnlwMi light fsoe. sua. ou nitUal base. fTwntrpornon. in orf of rwnUf rt. will MohrmHt(orlrirtUriiinu Hlln tiuiillUuliimu. NO UK TO rMJIMUHIIBEIta. I.ffnltst tlinflioiwt on thu lhl or ronr rP, rhiivilKri't.'ll voulko tlnielo wlilrli yinriil. arrlplUm lunula. Within I week; lti;r money Is nt, If the date li olistiKwl. N other receipt ! noMarr. V'Th .present iOI.tlatlon of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. 'Our mailing Hat ! always) opon to the Inspection of advertisers. The fourtkr cent iionir Issued by the Htate have been 'readily taken. Tills not only shows that money Is plenty, but that the credit of the State la first class. 81L.VKU quarters and halves are now a legal tender to the amount of twenty dollars. Ia fact we would not object to taking even .more, .If we can get a chance. The CommlHHlonorof r...

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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