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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

: SUP jiili fiH VOL. XU1. NEW BLOOMFI153L.D, JEJ.t TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1879. NO. 28. THE TIMES. In Independent Famllj Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED IVBRY TUBSDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. BUBSCnil'XIUN PltlUE. (wrrms thb couhtt.) One Year 1 2 Six Months, 76 (OUT OF THB COCNTT.) One Year, (Postaee Included) $150 Six Mouths, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates (urnislied upon appll. cation. geledt Poeti'y. THE LOOM OF LIFE. All day, all night, I can hear the Jar Of the loom of life, and sear and far It thrills with its deep and mu tiled sound, As tireless the wheels go always round. Busily, ceaselessly goes the loom, In the light of day and the midnight's gloom, The wheels are turning early and late, And the woof Is wound In the warp of Fate . Click, clack I there's a thread oflove woven In ( Click, clack I another of wrong and sin ! What a checkered thing this life will be, When we see it unrolled In eternity. T Ime, with a face like mystery, And hands as busy as ha...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA., JULY 8, 1879. A FORTUNATE GIFT. THEY made a strikingly contrasting picture standing in the warm June twilight, and the fragrant odors of the roses and the woodbine, and the bud ding grape vines, lingered around them as if the tender scents were fitting tributes to them. Two fair young girls, the same age to au hour, and unlike as sisters could pos&lbly be, and each a perfect type of her own style of loveliness both of them peeresses hi their royal dower of beauty. Rose stood leaning against the railing of the verandah, her haughty eyes, that could melt from the cool, brilliant gray they now looked Into such liquid dark ness when occasion required splendid calm, cold eyes were roaming away out into the gathering dust that was falling in a purple-gray of tissue over wood and lawn. She turned her face toward her com panion. Her eyes suddenly relaxed in their wandering, listless" glances, and showed a half-vexed, half-amused ex pression. " Bell, how ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JULY 8, 1879. (3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PA8SENQEKTB AIN8. May Hth, 1879. r RAINS LEAVE H ARR1BBUHQ AS FOLLOW b For New York, at 5.1ft, 1.10 a. m. 2.00p.m. and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at B.15, 8.10, 9.4ft a.m. 2.00 and 4.00 p. in. . . For Heading, at 5,15, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.55 p.m. , , For rottsvllle at 5.15. 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 &, m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via B. & 8. Br. at 6.80 a. m. For Allnntown, at6.1d, 8.10a. m and at 2.00, 4.00 and 7.56 p. m. ..... . . . The 5.15. 8.10 a. m and "7.55 p. m., tralni have through cars for New York. The 6.1ft, a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. 8UNDAY8 i For New York, at 6.15 a. m. For Allentnwn and Way Stations at 6.15a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Wayritatlonsat 1.45 p. m. TRAIN8 FOR IlARRIBBURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWB : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00. S.SOnnd 7.45 p.m. Leave Philadelphia,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

4 THIS TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, I'A., JULY 8, 1879. THE TIMES. yew Bloom field, July A', 1819. NOTICK TO ADVKUT18KU8. He Ont orRtrBotyi will h1nertd In thin ir UnlNw lltriit fo and ou metal but, WTwmty percent. mnm of tfirnlirntM.wlll MeharKedtoridrertlMMueuUi actlu Doulile Column. ' NOTICK TO NttllftURIIlEttrt. I.nnk t tho flhrnrrft on the label of yonr paper. Thoeeiiif urea tell von thn rinte t wltlcli or anli crlptlnn In itnltl. WtUitn 9 weeks alter money la ant, aea if tu date la changed. No other receipt taneoeaaarr. Mr The present Circulation of THE! TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. From LATEi advices It looks very doubtful whether the spinners' strike at Fall Rjver will he a success. The manu facturers seem very determined, and say they will run as long as they can, and if compelled to shut down, it will be to stay down until the Btrike is over. They know exactly what wages they can afford to pay, and disc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JULY 8, 1879. 5 THE TIMES. Iodhl Deph,i'tnert. fENNSTLVAKIA a. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ud aftur May I3tli, Trln. run follows t WEKTWAHIJ. EASTWARD. WyMnilAcwj l'AMlTr'u Tr'u I .TnsMlliAtl'. Mffl. Stations. J3.Z. 1 1I O E.A. ntin. 13 sn rhll.uMi.hia, Hnrrldburg, ltnokvillo, Marysvilln, Duncannou, Daily's, Newport, Millerntowu, Thnnitsout'u. Mexico, I'urt Hoyal.... MIITIIn LewlHtuwii J., Auderiton's,... Mi!ytown... N. Hmniltou, . HnutiiiKduu,.. Tyrone AltoonA 6.4J "8:1X1 A.M. I.1KI S.12 A.M. H. OO 846 8. Hi 8 19 7.47 I. 89 7. Ill J.OU 8.411 b.:-u n.-J6 t.SU 1 .611 i P.M. .B0 .( 6.6A 8. ID P.M. P.M. P. M l'.a'i 8.l6iii.'&ii 1.17 J.WI l.ll 7.W I. mi f VI in 4i 8.1 SI B.SM I fUW HI" .ai 8.44 .M I0.IW 10.40 11.19 11.84 W.11 1.16 I.M P.M. .lt 1.2)1 S.BA .;! 8.111! 1 l: 8.211 B.D7: 8.66 31 4.83. 8.80 8.34 7.20j .M. 19 :M 8.4U 8.66 7.10 7.9 II3.M 8&7 19. Ill 8.48 11. Ml e.33 M-'-. 8. IS 8.88 I RM Its! H.m II. 114 8.01 0.19 6.4a, 6.6u 10.861 8.14! S-.96 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

0 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We lriTite eommunlrstlons frnm ll persons who r Interested lu matters properly IjtlmudiiK to tills (le. partluiut. French chicken producers And that feeding the fowls with boiled or steamed carrots, chopped Into small pieces, rapidly fattens them and Imparts an agreeable flavor to the fowls thus fed and sell more rapidly than others. f y In Iroquois county, 111., 63,500,000 gallons of water are supplied dally by artesian wells for the Irrigation of land. These wells do not lu any instance exceed 75 feet In depth ; they are of small bore, and within a radius of twenty miles there are 200 of them. Illinois has 800,000 milk cows. To properly care for them and their products requires the labor of 40,000 men and 00,000 horses, while they de mand for their subsistence the use of over 8,C00,000 acres of land. Their total money value Is placed at $124,800,000. 65" The largest cultivated wheat farm on the globe Is Bald to be the Qrondin farm, not far from the town o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFiELD. FA., JULY 8, 1879. Professional Curds. JK. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-Law. a New Hloomlleld, Perry on., Pa. r Onloe Neit dour to tUe residence of Judxe Juilllll. 4ftf AM. MAItKEL. Attorney at-I.aw, , New MliMimllold, Perry county, Pa. (V OiHce opposite the Mansion Kouse.and thrue doori east of the Post-OUlce. r KW1U l'OTX'Klt, ATTOKNKY AT liAW, NEW BLOOMKIKLD, rfiHRV CO., FA. -Claims promptly secured collected Writings aud all huial business carefully attend' edto. liiyl OUAULES U. HMII.KY, Attorney at taw. New lllnomlleld, Terry Do. Pa. -0111(39 two doors eait of Joseph Kmlth's hotel, t August it, 1S72 "tlTM. A. BPONHMIK, Attorney-at-Law, W Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Woomneld, Perry oo., fa. B ly JOHN G.BIIATTO, HnrReon Dentist, New Hloomtleld, 1'erryeo., Pa. All kinds of Meohanloal aud Hurgloal Dentistry done In the best wanner, aud at reasonable Lornce at his residence 0)R dnor ),-n,f 0f the Robinson House, aud opposite Win. A.Hpo...

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

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. JULY 8, 1879 8 A Groat Engineering Work Sutiio, Nev., June 80. To-night the mountain topi overlooking the Washoe silver region and the Canon Valley are ahlazo with bonlhes, and the echoed of caunon and discharge of giant powder are heard In every dlrootion. The evont which ia being celebrated U the final completion of the Butro tunnel for the reception of the water from the Comstook mines. After tea years of ceaseless labor day and night, and the expenditure of tlx millions of dollars, the powerful engine of the combi nation shaft of the Hale & Noroross and Savage mines was started up this morning at precisely 0 o'olook, discharging the water Into the Sutto tunnel, at the mouth of which it made its appearanoo in one hour and tweuty minutoB, showing a tem perature at lli'Bt of 101 degrees, which gradually lum-eased to 108 degrees lu eight hours. The water in the long drowned out mines was lowered 100 feet. Every thing worked well. The wooden boxes,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

V rr s A x-v C7 "i on --..,.... iiiv!iiiiiM!'i!ii!i!iiii;itt;iiiii!ii;i!ii:ri,;iii!if( VOL. XUl. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1879. NO. 29. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Ncwspnper, IS PUBLISH BD IVBBT TUB8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. BITBSCIUPTIOH 1 ItlCB. (WITniN TUB COURTT.) One Year 1 2H Bix Mouths 75 10UT OF THH COUNTY.) One Your, (PoHbkB Included) Ml FO Blx Months, (Postage included) 85 Invariably In Advance I v Advertising rates furnished upon application. Beledt Poeti'v. "IN THE LONG RUN." The old-fashioned saying 80 lightly expressed And so carelessly uttered, Is one of the best. Oh, ponder, young trlller, With young life begun, The deep, oarnost meaning Of "In the long run." For " In the long run ," boys, The seed will spring up That was sown In the garden Or dropped In the cup. And, remember I not roses Will spring from the weed, And no beautiful fruit From the unworthy seed. How many a stripling In trouble to-day, ' By riotous living With comrades too gay. Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PAM JULY 15, 1879. no grace except that which love gave klui, and lifted her hand to his lips. He seemed no more astonished at her reply ' than he had been at the spiritual visi tation of the night before. When the hoys came Lome that night they found the professor radlapt, Mr. and Mrs. Klngsley beaming approval upon their daughter, and May herself submitting to it all with the most curi ous expression ever seen upon any dimpled face a compound of laughter and doubt, of fun and fear. Whether she was pricked by her con science, or only frightened by the bold ness of the game she was carrying on, they could not tell. As soon as was possible they got her alone by herself, and fell upon her, metaphorically speak ing, with an avalanche of questions. " May, did he really ask you to marry I1I111V" " Yes." "But he acts as If you had said yes." " Well, so I did." " By Jove," ejaculated Tom, perfectly astounded. " You know I told you, boys, that if I helped you in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

1 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JULY 15, 1879. 3 RAI LROAD S. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8ENGEHTH A1N8. nay 11th, 1HTO. ritAINS LEAVE HAKHIHBUHO AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 6.16, 8.10 a. in. i.00p.m iml 7.M . m. For Philadelphia, at 8.1S, 6.10, (M5 a.m. U.oo and 4.00 n. in. For Reading, at 6,13, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.f5p.m. Fur Pottsvllle at (US, 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., and via Schuylkill aud Susquehanna ttrannu aix.su p. in. Fur Auburn via 8. & 8. Br. at S.80 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.15, 8.10 a. in., aud at 2.00, 4. (Ml and I K n. in. The 6.16, 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., trains nave inrougn cars lor new ioi k. The 6.15, a. m., trains have through carsfor rniiaaeipma. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.15 A. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.15a.m. For Readlug, Philadelphia aud WayStatlonrat 1.43 p. m. TRAINS FOR HARRIHRURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 3.30and "i .; p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 0.45 a. m. 4.00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, VA JULY 15, 1870. THE TIMES. Kew Bloom field, July 15, 1879. NOTICB TO ADVERTISERS. No Ont or fltrenty. will be tniwrted In ttali 1I" uqIma lltcht faoe and on melAl base. "Twenty per cent. In exeees of reirlr ntea, will be ohanroil for advertisement! net In Double Column. NOTICB TO eUIllMCRIBERt. I.nok at the ttinires on the lubel of yonr aper. Thoi.fliriirpi toll vou t tin rime to which yonr nl nlpllnn laanld. Within 1 weoki niter money li ent, ipo If the date. U ohnifed. No other receipt ! necessary. The ffireeent Clrculatiou of THE) TIMES exoeeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Ournallingr Hat Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. Yellow Fever. Several eases of yellow fever have ap peared at Memphis. A dispatch dated the 10th Inst., says : The great desire of every one la t leave the city before the fever spreads. The physicians are hope ful as to the future, but the Btampede of the citizens has .almost assumed panic form. There will not be cars en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELB. PA., JULY 15, 1879. 5 THE TIMES. DepJii'tiiert. PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-MIBELS DIVISION. Oa n-.l utter May Utu, Trmtnn run follows : WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WyM1)Ae.i I.. Tr'ujTr'u Pmuctfal STATION. .VnMflAtr.Mm. Ex. Tr'n Ki.l Aoc. 13.91), too rhihulelhkia, 8-40 Saw A. M P.M r.v. Ml 6.4rl 8.M B.lii 6.4(1 P.M. 8.16 7.611 T.fci A.M. V.00 8.48 6. Hi 111 7.47 7. H3 1.18 JWI 8.40 .SJ 8. it 8.01) 1.81' J.li Harrisbnrtr, Hiirkvlllr, Marysvtll, Ihlnctmnon, Bally'd Newport Millerstown, Xtnnnpsout'u. Mexico, P'irt H 1.... Mifflin Lftwlfttnwn J., Anderson'.,... Mi- Wyt'uvn,.. N. Itil'lllllnn. . P.M. 10.66 1.811 1.17 1.11 13.68! 12.HJ 13.54 13.11 III) S.13 8.191 I. to t.m 1. 82 lO.Stv 1.25 7. 07 8.W 8. no 57 MS 8.B1 .4S P.P'J lo.os 10.40 n.m 12.18 1.15 l.U P.M. :05i 8.47 8.111 7.1U 4.48 8. II1 7 8'2u j!w. 7.4H 11.43 6. If 11 88 8.12 II.m! .ii7 11. 04 S.43i 8.8l) I 4.S4 4.0? 6.8i. e..'n 7.3(11 lo.sfi! i.i4, i.:t HI. Ill 4 Mi O.Sii 4.17! 7.W 8.611 8.27' 8.61 .16 a. s.ii I Huntin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. JULY 15, 1870 Ijc IIoomficlb imt5 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Wo trurlte Bommnnlnntloim from all pcrsnns wtin lire lnturpntmt lu matters properly bvlouk-luu- to thin de partment. Salt or no Salt. A writer In the American Farmer gives his experience in Baiting cattle as follows: " I have been engaged In farming for more than twenty years, and during the first half of the time followed the In struotlons received In youth, without so much as daring to question their expediency : but about ten or twelve years ago the idea occurred to me that the advantages to be derived from salt ing might be imaglnery, or might at least be counterbalanced by the expense and loss of time incurred, and I abruptly discontinued the practice, and have not since resumed it, and have no reason to suppose that I shall. " About a year after leaving off I was visited by an old gentleman who had for many years been a farmer, who was very fond of cattle, and enjoyed the reputation of b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW JiLOOMFIELD. PA., JULY 15, 1879. 7 Professional Card9. J B. JUNK.IN, Attorney-at-Law.' , New Hlnomileld, Perry co., Pa. r OMue Next iluor to tlie residence of Judm 'Junklu. 45tl AM. MARKKL, Attorney-at-Law, a New Hloomtleld, Periy county, Pa. ("Oillce opposite the Mansion Uouse.and three doors east of the Post-OUlce. T KW1S l'OTXKH, AXTOltNIiYAl'LAW, NEW BL.OOMKIEL1), l'EURV CO., PA. n-Olalmn promptly secured collated Writings and all lenl business carefully attend, edlo. a y CHARLES H. RMIM'.V, Attorney at Law. New Hlnomileld, Perry Co. Pa. fOlllue two doors e;nt ol Joseph Hmlth's ' hotel. August 2, 1872. "1TM. A. 8PONHLKU, Attornev-at-Law, W . Office adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Hloomneld, Perry oo.. Pa. 8 2 ly JOHN 0. 8HATTO, Surneon Dentist . New Hlooinlleld,Perryeo.,Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Burglcal Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable prices. OTuOfflce at his residence one door Eastofthe Robinson House, and opposite Wn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 July 1879

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. JULY 13, 1870. An Obstinate Man. Home time ngo a citizen of Pittsburgh was very ill. Ho foil Into a stupor which lusted three or four (lays. lie was careful ly watched by his wife and one or two ladies from the neighborhood. One after noon the attending physician said he could not live through the day, and his sorrow lug wife, with a view to having everything in readiness for the end, held a consulta tion with her friends as to the arrange ments for the funeral. The conversation was hold at the bedside of the dying tnan,aud In a short time nil the details were arranged, except the names of those who should be asked to bo pall-bearers. Tuioo or four young men hnd been selected, wheu the wife said, in a sobbing tone suitable for the occasion : "How would Sir. So-and-so do?" "Oh, he would do nicely," echoed the chorus of friends. "He's such t nice young man." There was a sudden movement under the covorlngs of the bod, and the dying husband slowly raise...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 July 1879

VOL. Xlll. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJA.., TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1871). NO. 30. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB FUBLlflHBD BVBRY TUB8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & (JO. sunscniPTioN piuce, (WITHIN TUB COUBTT.) One Tear II 2 -Six Months TS (OUT 0 THB COUBTT.) One Year, (Postage Included) II M) 6lx Months, (Postage Inuludeu) 85 Invariably in Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon application. For The Bloiihfiri.d Timfs. WIND OF NIGHT. Oh, fuller benediction and delight, How gently, while the unfathoined heavens display Their tires Innumerable, thou lay Thy fingers on my forehead, wind of Night I Through her dim empire, with angelic lllght Thou com'st to me, and for the hurts of day Brlng'st balm, and, "Peace! peace!" thou dost soltly say. And soothed am t In Memory's despite. Murmuring, thou glld'st through odorous.blooiny bowers; Alike thou sway'st o'er lonely graves. And fan'st the fevered cheek and aching brow; Thou slng'st a lullaby to the drowsy flowers, And on the dark stream ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 July 1879

'2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JULY 22, 1879. tered couutry that be lost tho trace. There whs a river, and ou this side about a tulle from the river was a cabin, and the woman said that a covered wagon patted by about that time of the year, with a man dressed In a blue jeam suit, with bright buttons, walking behind the wagon, and a dark-looking man who drove the ponies. " Then a man about half a mile across the river told of seeing a covered wagon pass very early In the morning with only one man In It, that was all he saw, but there might have been more. " The officer followed another hundred miles, but could And no one that ever saw a man dressed In blue jeans after he crossed the river. " But he passed on to the small town where Williams told his goods, and found he had a permanent store there, and had had for four years ; It was In charge of a clerk, who stated he had been In Williams employ four years ; that he knew nothing of his movements when not there; that he remembered ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA JULY 22, 1879. 3 RAILH OA D 9 pITillphia and reading r. r ARRANGEMENT OP PABSKNGEKTRAINB. May llTh", 1870. CHAINS LEAVE HARRI8BUKG AS FOLLOWS Kor New York, at 6.18, 8.10 a.m. .0up.m. nd 7.M p. ni. For Philadelphia, at 6.18, 8.10, 9.48 a.m. 8.00 and 4.00 p. in. For Reading, at 8,18, 8.10, 9.45a. m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.56 p.m. , Kor Pottsvllle at 8.18. 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 &, in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 1.40 p. m. For Auburn via H. A B. Br. at 6.S0 a. m. For Allentown, at6.18, S.lua. in., and at 2.00, 4.00 and 7.65 p. m. ..... . , The s.is, 8.10 a.m., and 7.85 p. m., trains have through oars lor New York. The 6.15, a. m., trains have through carslor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.15 a. in. For Allentown and Way Stations at 8.16 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and WayStatlontat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS FOH UARRIR1HJRG. LEAVE A8 KOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00. 8.80and Leave 'Philadelphia, at 9.48 a. m. 4.00, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 July 1879

THE TIMES, NEW ltLOOMFIELl), 1A. JULY 22, 1879. THE TIMES. New Bloomfield,July 22, 1879. NOT1UK TO AI) VHHTISEK9. Wo Ont or Htornntypei will tw liuerted In tlili pi Unlaa llKht f aoe ud ou uiulal hue. tW"Twentyprciit. ltmxcpM of rwrnlM" rt,wlll beohrKtfuritvirtlemouU net In Double Column. NOTICE TO HUBSIIRIBERS. I.onk it the nifitrMi on the label of your ptper. ThoeenuureHtpll voufhe dnteta wlilcli yoarRiili- orlpllanlnnnlil. Witblu weeke mter mono. Is ent, pee If the date la chantred. No other receipt la neoeanarv. W The present Circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing Met is always opon to the inspection of advertisers. State elections will be held this year in the following order : Kentucky, Aug ust 4, State officers and Legislature ; California, Sep. 8, State and Judicial officers, four Congressmen and Legisla ture ; Maine, Sep. 8, State officers and Legislature ; Ohio and Iowa, Oct. 7, State officers in part and Legislature ; Maryland, Massachusetts...

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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