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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 March 1870

l)c Siimcs, Nctu Bloomficfo, f Jcu 5 Tho Vloomfiold Times Tuesday, X O C 1 i J 7J IM Ji 2' M 12 X T. OUR TERMS A re One Dollar a Year in Advance ! Venom who reccivn a paper with tills nrtlrle marke I. m.iy itn nv that tlu-y shniid renew th"ir uiser.t ion, 11 tney wish to conliuiio to receive V'IB i'lM'J.I, CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In nnu'rl tn.u ioitcra ie.,:oivv.i later titan Saturday evo n m;;, i i,ie down mail on Monday morning havo t ) lay over until Mo following week. Oar "tlovil" lias a waste paper bag, into which nil anonymous articles are put. So those who are not desirous of contributing to his department will please sign their names to contributions, not for publication, but for our own especial benefit. No LJct'iiae. Wo learn that Mr. John "Wetzel, of lckesburg, has been returned for huckstering without a license. The law requires every person buying up pro duce of any kind to ship, to take out huck ster's license. )(A. Brick. We often hear of persons hav ing brick...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 March 1870

6 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communication from alt persons who are interested in matters properly belonging to thin department. Sagglug of (Jutes. In a recent number of the RuraJ, a correspondent, writing ou this; subject, recommends a method of preventing gates from sagging in cases where they ore hung to trees or building9. The support described seems to uie to bo entirely use less. A gate constructed as it should be, will never sag if hung to a tree or build ing. The common difficulty comes from eugging of the pott. The constant trac tion in one direction tends strongly to move the post from a perpendicular posi tion. It is next to impossible to set a post 80 firmly that it will not move some. In the case of board fences there is sel dom much difficulty experienced from settling of posts to which gates are hung, because the pulling of the gates is dis tributed to, and resisted by, many pobts, as they aro firmly connected by the boards. Great firmness may be secured by me...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 March 1870

l)c imc0, Nat) Bloomficft, 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. SOWER, BARNES & TOTTS, Ilooltsellcrs St Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND WALLPAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Publisher!) of Sanders' New Headers, and Biooks' Aiilliineties. AM(i, Robert's History of tiie United Stales, Feltou's Outline Maps, &c. BLAXK ItOOKS Always on hand, and mado to Order. ' 31t MILLER & ELDER, llooksellers and Stationers, BLANK DOOK MAN UFA CTU11ERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL PAPER, No. 430, Market Street, II PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAGARGE & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. IS- Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. lulyU 1.0 t il WAX'S THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Arnold's. and is sold at niuen less price. Tiie money will be refunded lo thos...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 29 March 1870

G B. M. EE Y, Wholesale and Helall Dealer ia DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Olieiis.ieiils-'s CONCENTRATED REMEDIES, ESSENTIAL OILS, Patent Medicines, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, For Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes. A Splendid Assortment of PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, 13 It U S II E S , AND FANCY ARTICLES, Always on hand, which will bo sold at low prices tW Orders from Physicians promptly attended to with great cure. 33- EBY3 Newport, Perry County, Penn'a. PHOTOGRAPHS ! Photographs ! Photographs ! JACOB COBLE, I Photographic Artist, NEWPORT, PENN'A. THE subscriber would respectfully call tli at tention of tlin citizen of this count v to the fact that lie is prepared to take PHOTOGRA PHS In the best style of the. art. His long experience enables him to produce PICTURES WHICH CANNOT BIS EX CELLED. All persons are requested to call at his rooms and xamiue specimens. Particular attention given to copying likenesses of deceased persons, and great caro will be taken to furnish Good Pictures of Children. f...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

SI twit FllAXK MORTIMER, 1 Editor and Proprietor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. (Terms: IX ADVAXCIi, I One Dollar iter Year. Vol. IV. OIic 3IaomMfo whites 2 Published Weekly, At New Illoomfield, Penn'.a. BY FRANK MORTIMER. BIJDSCniI'TION TEKM8. OXE DOLLAR PER YEAH! IX ADVANCE. ADVERTISING HATER. Transient S Cents pur line for one insertion. 13 " " " two insertions. 15 " " " three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 CcntH per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, fce., Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, Including paper, 13 00 Three Squares " " " 10 00 Four Squares " " " !!0 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. CORRIE SHERWOOD'S HERO. An Excellent Story. CONCLUDED. LINDSEY slipped to the door and turn ed the key. lie mould not bo inter rupted now he must know all. " Robert Mr. Sherwood," ho said lirmly, coming and standing before him, "I have a rig...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

Cljc imc0, New Bloomficft, Ja Thcro was a little convulsive sympathy then, but it was too Into. There was; however, one beautiful ray of brightness that streamed out over his darkened life. Floy Austin had been truo to her love for him, though her father had forbidden her to sco him after his arrest. But when the story that ho was dying, came to her cars, she threw nsido all parental control, nnd came to him, and insisted upon being his wife immediately. Ho objected faintly, but the thought of having her with him to the end, and of calling her at last, by the sweet name of wife, was too pleasant to bo long resisted, and so in the solemn shadow of death they were united in wed lock, and her hands ministered to his last earthly wants, and her loving faithfulness brightened the valley of shadows. And so Robert Sherwood was dead dead in the flush of bis young man hood. If ho erred and fell in that one terrible moment of bilter temptation, were they f(uito guiltless who barred the way of...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

3 Bloomfield Academy! English and Classical School FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I . TIIK AVINTint RKSSTOX of this Institution commenced IVi-i'inlicriith. Tim course of stndv cinluaoot Latin, Crook, Kiiftllsli ISranclies. Mathematics, Natural .Science, t' o.. and is designed to furnish a thorough Kiiulish Kdit'Mtinn. or a complete repartition for a (Julio Siato Course. Vacations: .July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: Korrpoardiiif!. 1'iirnlslicd Itonm. YV'ash Jntr. Tuilion in Latin, (ircck. Lnnlish lirancliesand Matiicinatici, for the scolastic year, exeept hoard in vacation. Si in.no. The liiiardin;; Department Is at the institution, under tlie -ui'ei vision of Wiliani ;rior. Ksq.. by wliom (.""! and substantial board will lie ftir nished : ami the ptijiMs will bo under the strict tare of the l'rineipiil. Address T. A. SNIVULV. A. ., Principal, or WILLIAM (i HI Kit. iltfl Now Jiloomlicld, Terry county, Pa. BETWEEN liLOOjIFIELD and NKWPOItT ! WIXTEH ARRA XGEMEXT. rpiIK subs...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

tffljc imc0, Nctu Oloomftcltr, ?3a. NEW ISL003IFIELI), PEXN'A. Tuesday, April 4, 1S70. TnE Senators and Representatives of Texas have been admitted to their seats. JlAMUSBUita mourns the loss of Mayor Hays, lie died on Thursday last, alter a severe illness. Sknatoii Amks of Mississippi has hecn admitted to his scat in the United States Senate. The bill to pay the Border Counties for damages done during the war has been defeated iu the House. This will be gratifying news to residents in all all counties, except those which were to to be benefitted by the bill. The President has issued his procla mation, announcing the ratification of the fifteenth amendment, and declaring it a part of the Constitution of the United States. He has also scuta message to Congress in which, in view of the fact that so large a number have been enfran chised, that he urges them to take some action to promote the education of this class. A Majority of the Judges of the Su preme Court of the United States ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

5 The Uloomflold Times Tuesday, April d, 1S70. 1() CA Tj 1) i: 'A It T m i: X T. OUR TERMS Arc One Dollar a, Year in Adrance! Persons wlio receive a paper with this article marked, ni;iy know tn.il llii'y should renew their subscription, 11' they Wish to cuiitmnu to receive The Tenuis. CO-RESPONDENTS will please hoar in Mind mat loiters received im it than Saturday eve ning, or tint down tii.til on .Monday morning have to lay over until tho following week. Tliis is the last week in which njinlien lions for license can be tiled at thu Pro thonot.iry'.s olliee. The M olls Tannery in Wells tovn.shii, Fulton county, was entirely destroyed ly lire on the lath in.st. The building was owned by Messrs. Lyon it McC'lure. Loss $3,000 ; insurance ijd.OUO. If you want to find out tlie number of children in the town, let an orjjan grinder arrive. If the number of loafers is reu ir ed, net up a dog light or a game of quoits only dont locate in front of our oIHjo. PThe Millci'stotvii Zouave Hand w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

6 PARU AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS H'" Invite enmmunlentlnnsfrom (tl! jicrmnttirhoare in'.crest"d In matters iiroperly belonging to thin dejnirlnunt. EUU PACKING. As many of our readers arc interested In the paeliin'i and shipping of cjrgs we publish the following instructions ou that Kiibjoet, which are furnished by Janney (: Andrews, of Philadelphia : Kggs generally pay for careful hand ling. As an article of produce coming into the handsof all country store-keepers, the mode of packing for safe carriage is very important. The best, article for packing is oats (which arc always hold); the next best iarki.ig is wheat chad'. Never use saw ln.t, oats chaff, or buckwheat chaff. The packing used must be perfectly sweet and dry. Always procure a substantial bar icl; the bottom should be lined in wilha hoop, and all the hoops should be tight, veil nailed, and clinched before packing. Commence packing with one ami a half inches of oats, level on the bottom; the li.st, layer should contain four an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOK3ZLLER3 & STATION t.S. SOWEIl, UAKNES & POTTS, E3ok3iei'M & l-'AiSloam'H. Aii.l Dealer.! 111 C U R T A I N AN I) WALL-PA PERU, Nos. ii.yi Market and 5-J .Minor Streets, I 'H I LA I) EL PHI A, 1'A. f)u Publisher of Sanders' Now Readers, and liie LinUM .naies, l'cium s otn.iiie ..litot, ms. Always on hand, and made to Order. .".11 MILLER & iiiLDlii, ESooEi.yalli'.i nsial f'iiaisoiaeivi, J1LAXIC J1UUIC MAXUEAUTUltEUS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND No. 430, Market Street, il PHILADELPHIA, PA. CilAIlLKS M.UIAliUii & CO., Wholesale Dealers in X'sipor, JL&c8,fs, &;., Sim. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. fT5t. Taper any Sire, Weight, Color and Quality, mane lo order, at snort nol.ee. Uiysi rpiIIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Ansoi.ls, L and is s. nd at ni.ic.i icss p.iee. 'liie money wul lie iciiiiulcil 10 in. tie baying it, if it Uoo.s not prove eutiieiy s.il.s.ailoiv. JJ- i or sa.o by i'. .lo, inner, Ne...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 5 April 1870

8 Cl)c Ottawa, New Bloomficft, flla. Northern Central Kail way. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Ttrmirli and Direct Route to and from Writhing tun, Baltimore, Elmiru, Erie, Buffalo, Rochester ami Niagara Exll-s. OX AND A FT Kit SUNDAY. DECEMBER Sfl. liii, the trains on the Northern Central Kail way will run as follows : NORTHWARD. MAIL TKA1N. Leaves Baltimore. 8.16a.m. I Ilanisbtirg. 1 p. m. WilliiiniHiiurt 6.15 p. in., and hi t. at lilinira, 10 p.m. IUII'KAI.0 EXPRESS. I .eaves Baltimore, 10.10p.m. I Ilanisburg. 2.30 a.m. Williainsport, 7.40 a. m. I Klnilra, 12 noon. Arrives ut Canandaigua at 3.40 p. in. FAS T LINK. Leaves Baltimore 12.3) p. in. llarrisburg 4.20 p.m. Ai r. at Williamspori 8.2 .p.m., and Eric ul 9.45 n. ml CINCINNATI KXPHESS. Leaves 1lalliiiioreT.4iip.iii. ar. HaiTisbnrgll.5.rp.m. VOItK AND IIAKKIHIMJUO ACCOMMODATION. Leaves York at (.:t0a. in., arr. at Hairisburg 8 a.m. Emigrant Train with passenger car attached, leaving llarrisburg at 7.30 a. in., arrives at Sun bury at 11.15...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

ftp Si! B v .F 11 . 1 .V JC M O It T IMi: li , Editor and 1'roprietor. "Vol. srv. fJlcromficItr imc; J.s J'ltblislird Weel.lj, At New IJIoomfield, Pemi'a. r.Y P 11 A N K HI 0 K T I 31 E It . SUliSCHIPTIOX TEIt.MS. OXI1 DOLLAR mil YJLlll! IN ADVANCE. ADYEliTISINO HATES. Transient S Cents per line fur one Insertion. 13 " " " twoinsertionp. 13 " " " three insertions. Business Notices in Local Coliunu 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, occ., Ten cents per line. YKARLY ADVHIITISEMEXTS. One Square per year, including paper, $ S 00 Two Square per year, including paper, 13 (10 Three Squares " " ' (; oo Four S'liuires " " " !20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. TIio Borrowed Trunk, AND WHAT WAS IX IT. CYRUS DURHAM was very busy on a certain afternoon making an omelet. At lea.st ho called it an omelet, Imt in reali ty it was nothing more than scrambled eggs. " Omelet" Rounded better, but it would not have tasted half so good,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

9 I)c imc0, New Bloomftclir, )a. sing, lighted the gas. After considerable talk and general chaffing, Ilciskill pro posed that the big table be cleared, and that they should go to work. " You're professor, to-night, Seymour, you know, and try not to ask any ques tions you can't answer yourself." " Then let hun stick to tho spinal col umn said littlo Myles. " I don't want him asking mo to articulate a humerus and a fibula again." " Oil, you needn't bother about who's to be demonstrator !" said Cyrus. " We can't do any anatomy to-night. Tho skele ton's gone 1" In order that the foregoing conversation may be understood, it may be well to stato that these young men had clubbed together to buy an articulated skeleton, upon which they rubbed up their anatomi cal knowljd.e each of tho party acting in turn for an evening as professor," aud asking questious of tho others. This skeleton was kept in a long yellow packing-trunk, and the backman had taken it off with Miss Birch to the hotel. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

3 NEW STOIJE ! CHEAP GOODS! TI1E siihserlher having owned a new Store, one door Kant of Hweiter's Motel, solicits a share f tlio public; patronage. Ilo lias Just received a lull supply ot TV e av GJ o o 1 s , and will constantly keep on hand, a complete as sortment ol DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, Q VEENS VA RE, HARDWARE, SOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS. And Everything else usually kept in Stores. S Call and see my stock. KOH'T. N. WILLIS, New ISloomllelrt, l'a. 3 42 New Carriage NIaimfuclory, On High Stueet, East op Cakusle St., New Bloomficld, Pcnn'a. THE subscriber lias built, a large and commodi ous Shop on High St., Kast of Carlisle Street, New Hloomlicld, l'a., where ho Is prepared to man ufacture to order On r r i a g e s Of every description, out or the host material. Sleighs of every Style, built to order, and finished In the most artistic and durable manner. Havinn superior workmen, ho is prepared to furnish work iliat will compare favorably with tlio best City Work, and much m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

4 l)c imc0, New lUoomftctt), Ja. (bc Ucrowfidb (inws. NEW BLOOXFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, April 12, 1870. Senator Camkron and lion. 11. J. iralJciiuin liavc our thanks for public documents. At a Corporate Kloctiou last week, at Towsontown, Md., thirty-five colored cit izens cast their first vote. The hill authorizing counties and cities to decide by a popular vote whether li quor shops shall be licensed within their limits, has been killml in the Senate. Tin: remains of Major Gcucral Thomas were buried at Troy, N. Y., on the Sth inst. President Grant and a large riuni .ber of prominent military ollicers were present upon the occasion. Ejections "were held the past week in llhode Island and Connecticut. In It. I. the Republican candidate for Governor was elected by nearly 4000 majority, and both Houses of the Legislature are largely Republican. In Connecticut the Democratic candi date for Governor, who is ex-Governor English, is elected by S!2 majority. The Senate stands II Republicans ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

t 5 , " ;1T ... .TV. 7ii. fx ilM pWUmUZW MlKSi-. VJ v Tuesday, April 12, 1S70. LOCAL 1 I! J'A Jl T m i: X T. OUR TERMS Arc One Hollar a Year in Advance ! Persons who receive a paper Willi this article marked, limy know lint lli-y should renew their mibsur.ptiou, ii Uiey wisii id continue to receive Willi lihi'-X. C O E R E S P O f J D E H T3 will please boar in m i it I In. il. idlers rec.MVcd liuei" than Saturday eve ning, nr liie down mail on Monday mommy have to liiy over uulil Uie following week. TIic flltisieal Iinlcrlainnient at the Acml-j cmy, ly tlio iMillcrstowu z.ouavo uano, i came oil last Friday evening. Some excel-' lent music was furnished, and we were sorry that ft larger nmlieneo was not pres ent lo enjoy it. Those who did not attend, however, had the chance to hear a number of pieces which were played in the Square, to tlio apparent gratification of quite u crowd. .X'piistiinil Change. The pastor of thoWi Presbyterian church in this borough, Rev. ' IT 1 r AT I .1 1 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

G FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS )re Inrtle communicationsfrom all personswhoare interested in matter property belonging to this department. JH1I and Drill Corn. Among the cxporimcnta tried during the year by Prof. Daniels, on tho Exper imental Farm of tho University of Wis consin, were Home to test tho comparative methods of hill and drill planting of corn both for grain production and when de signed for forage. Corn planted in hills yielded 5.4 per cent, less than that in drills. The general appearance of that in hills was much tho best, however, the ears being larger and filled better at tho tips. That in hills had 10.9 per cent of Boft corn, that in drills 11.4 per cent. In tho experiments with corn as a forago crop, equal quantities of land were nown broadcast and planted in drills three and vne half feet apart ; seven bushels of seed to the ncro being used in each case. That planted in drills gave the best for ago and the greatest amount. In another experiment eleven bushels per acr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

l)c imc0, Nciu Blaomftclfc, JJa. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, XSooltsellcrs & .Stationers, And Doalers m CURTAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 630 Market and 623 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. tn Publishers ot Sanders' New Readers, and Broods' Ant nineties. Also, Rouert's ilr.Uoi y of Uio United ouues, l-elton's Outline Maps, ice. Always on hand, and mado to Order. 31t MILLER & ELDER, ISookseliers and stationers, BLANK BOOK MANUEACTUltEUU, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WAfc.IL. PAPEII, No. 430, Market Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ii CHARLES MAGARGE & CO., Wholesalo Dealers In I'apcr, N03. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. S. Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, mado lo uidei', ai snoi D notice, luly-ii lociuias's Writing- Xluld. ! THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Ahnold's, uud is sold at mu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 12 April 1870

Northern Central Railway. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. TUmvnh, anil Direct llnntr. to awl from Welling ton, Ilaitinmre, Elmira, Erir, Jlnffalu, jtucimdcr ami Ninyara IXtUx, ON AXI) AFTKfl SUNDAY.' PKCEMincn 2(1, Mti!t. tlic trains cm llic Northern Central Iiiiil w.ty will run as follows : NORTHWARD. MATT, Tl! ATX. Leaves P.altlmorc. 8.1.1 a.m. llarrlsbnnr. 1 p. m. Williainspoit 0.15 p. m., and ai r. al Llmna, 11) p.m. 1UITALO KM'liKSS. Leaves P.altlmore, lii.lup.ni. I llanishiirc. 2.30 a.m. Wiilianispnrl. T.4II a. in. I Klmini. 12 noon. Arrives at ('aiiandaiiiiia at 3.i0 p. m. FA ST UNI". Ix-aves Hnltlmore 12. 20 p. m. llarrNburi; 4.20 p.m. Ait. at Williamspni'l S.2p.iii., anil Krio at !U;') a. m. Cincinnati i:xi'i;i:ss. Leaves PaltimoreT. lnp.m. sir. llaiTisliurn11.f,r. p.m. Yo:;iv AM) 1 1 a innsiuji!! ; accommodation. Leaves York at 0..'ii)a. in., ai r. at Ikirrisliure, S a.m. Knii!?i'!inl Train with passonjter car attached, lc'sivinj; I larrisbui'K al 7.'M si. in., arrive., al Suu liury s...

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