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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

,t jss ' U-- iv'iW vol: xiii. NEW BLOOMKIEIJD, IJA.., TUESDAY, AUGUST 152, 1871). NO. 3t?. IP : tpfppp THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 fCUSHBD IVEBY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. SUBSCltlFTIUN 1' 111 C E . (WITII1M TUB COUNTY.) One Tear SI V Six Months 7J (OUT OF tab COUNTY.) One Year, (PostaRe Included) 50 Six Months, (Fostage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Beledt Poetry. FATE. There wtre lamps and the odor of blossoms, The whirl of the waltz, and the beat Of instruments tuned to feet dancing) There were vows and responses swectj And Into the chaos of color My heart went seeking a face That floated amid the gay dancers Like a rose blown free In Its grace. A glimpse of gold tresses uncoiling, A glimpse of stars that were eyes; A sigh from a rose month soft parted, A smile sweet with soft melodies) And my heart whirled round with tho waltzers, And misty the lamps paled, and far The music receded, like straining Of...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW U LOOM FIELD, PA. AUOUST 12, 1870. looked slniinonitly nfc Adnm, who; di vining his meaning, followed liliu. The door of the closet wns ujar, and, as he observed It, Adam remembered that In the excitement consequent upon the 'squire's, death the closet had not been opened. Extending his arm, the epeotro nolsetessly opened the door, and motioned Adnm to enter. The sexton obeyed tremblingly, and when he arrived in the door he raised his Inn tern and looked about the closet. .Articles of wearing apparel were hang lug about the room, which Adnm passed over with a cursory glance j but on the floor were two articles which elicited a cry of surprise and anger from him. One was a peculiar handkerchief of dark 4materlnl, Decked with sickly yellow squares) the other was a vial, whose label bore a death's-head and cross hones, and the startling wnrnlng.'Trus. sic Acid: Deadly Poison I" "Foul piny I I knew it!" screamed Adam, almost dropping his luutern in his excitement. " And, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 12, 1879.3 3 THE LONELY BRIDE. A PLEASANT STORY. THE day accomodation train on the Shore Line wag making its deliber ate way westward, curving with every curve of the Connecticut shore, and clinging to the water Bide as though actuated by a sentiment for coast scen ery. On one side of the track lay the blue, white-capped sea ; and the other, low rolling hills with the foregrounds of brown meadow and golden sedge, over all the superb arch of sun-lit sky. It was a delicious, late autumn day, and Miss Mallows found "That Husband of Mine" so little engrossing perhaps be cause of her maidenly unacqualntance with the possessive case of that article that she flung it down and betook herself to gazing from the window. Bhe was growing dreamy, as gazers at a rapidly changing scone are apt to do, when a word reached her ear, and aroused curiosity enough to make her turn her head. It was a woman's name, and an uncommon one "Arethusa." The persons who utter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMHELD, I'A. AUOUST 12, 1879. THE TIMES. Xew Rlovm field, AuyHtit 12, 1879, NOT1CK TO ADVKHT18EK9. He Cot or Stereotype will be Insetted lb tills psper HnlMWllKht face and on metal base. VTwenty per ee nt. In ni-nn of f rirulr lutes, will De unameu lor auvartisenieuu mm vouuieuuiuiuu. NOTICC TO fSUIIHCRIBKflH. t.nnlt t the figures on the label of yonr raper.- ZnOHPMKlirPHlPII VDUIOT DH1VIII WIMUll W"i - i nplnlljinlaHnli Wltl.itl Q ,rf,kN lttT IllOtlf'V ll sent, ip If tLs data la changed. No other receipt uueoeHsarr. - The present Circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our tnalllnr list Is always opon to the inspection of advertisers. Several iunkb in Montreal have suspended pay meat, and great excite ment exists in that city over the fiuan tlal difficulties that seem to be growing worse. Among the securities stolen from the Manhattan Dank at the tjme of the burglary were coupon bonds to the amount of $48,000. It is not alto. gether agreeable to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA ft. B.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On and after May IBIli, Tnlm run aa followa l WESTWARD. EASTWAHD. Way Mall Ai-o. rRiwrnPAL ,T'na Mall Atr. lAaa Tr'u Tr'u Btations. Ex. Tr'u Ex. fslii Too i'lilladeliihliiT " : A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.. P.M. S.no l.ilo 11.8a tlarrlnlmrff, l.nu .16 iu.66 S.12 j .4:1 .4l llm'kvllle. 1.17 .H B. lx 1.60 Nil Maryavilln, I. It I I! C. 8H 1.11 6 II Kuuoauuou, 19 U 7.B2 10. SO H.6H i.li 0 40 Dally1", la.lti 7 . in M 9. Ho I 60 Newport 18. iM 67 9.M .1! .4i 7 10 MlllirHtiiwn, 19.11 8.4a Rill 8.111 7 2 'J'lli)iliaUt'n. li t!' 8.8'J l.4H 8.18 4X Meilcn,. ....... IMS 4. IS H. K! 8.211 l'6J Port Royal.... lifts S.12 III.W S.'JI (iio Mifflin 11.84 0.07 .I5 10.40 8.WS Lewlstnwn J.J 11.04 6.43 8.611 AmlHrnnn'n,... 11.13 4.81 McVeytiiwu... 10. HB 8.14 8.S6 11.94 iM N. Hamilton, . 10.11 4 81 18.11 8.80 Hmitlnifilou,.. .8 4.17 7.W I. 16 8.84 Tyrone 8.61 8.97 8.61 1.66 7.S0 Altoona 8.16 . 80 8.l P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M 8:06 13:66 I MTTSIH'IKIII. 7:4(1 1:1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 12, 1879. fyt ll0omftflb (pints. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Invite nnmmnnlrntlnnii frnm nil twninni who lire iiilcn-.ti'd. In matter, roperly belunxlUK to thli de partment. Useful Hints. If your coal fire Is low, throw oa a tablespoon ful of Bait, and It will help It very much. A little ginger put Into sausage meat Improves the flavor. , When the rain-water In cistern be comes Impure and emits an offensive odor, put In a small lump of quick lime, which will exterminate such unpleas ant exhalations. In boiling meat for. soup, use cold water to extract the Juices. If the meat is wanted for Itself alone, plunge in boiling water at once. You can get a bottle or barrel of oil off any carpet or woolen stuff by applying dry buckwheat plentifully and faith fully. Never put water on such a grease Bpot, or liquid of any kind. Broil steak without salting. Bolt draws the juices In cooking: it is desira ble to keep these in if possible. Cook over a hot fire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW UtOOM FIELD. PA., AUGUST 12, 1879. 7 rrol'osslonal Curds. TB. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, . New Hloomlleld. l'erryeo.. F r OIBoe Next door to the residence of Judge Juuklu. 4fjtl A M. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law, jT new aiiuuimimu, i en y uuuui.Vt r tT OlDos opposite the Mansion House. aud three doors east of tue rosi-uuice. TT BW1S l'OTTKIl, A.TTOHNKY AT L.AAV, NEW BLOOMFIULD, PKKRV CO.,FA. $fW Claims promptly secured collected Writings and all legal business carefullyattend ed to. 61 yl CtHAKLES 11. BMILEY, Attorney at Law. i New Hlnnmtlnld. 1'elTV Do. Fa OlUoa two doors east of Joseph Hmlth's ? hotel. August 2, 1872. A KPONHr.RR. A ttol'l1tV-atI,ftW. Vy Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Malnstreet, new Bioomnoiu, retry co.,ra. a t ij JOHN G. 8IIATTO, Surgeon Dentist, New Moomtleld, 1'erryco., Pa. All Kinds of Mechanical aud Hiirgical Dentistry done in the best manner, and at reasonable prices. .OIllce at his residence one door Eastofthe .Robinson House, aud opposite...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 August 1879

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD,-PA.. AUGUST 12,1879. Miscellaneous News Items. tST" Not one Boston Insurance company can aliow a profit on the business of the first six months of 1878. tW Rosa Christian, a little girl biMon by a Newfoundland dog July 7, died on Tuesday at New Orleans of hydrophobia. tW Tho loss ratio of the New York lire companies for the six months ending June SO was 73 per cent, of their premium receipts. t$" It is now known that the wheat yield of Minnesota will be better than that of last year, and will aggregate 40, 000,000 bushels. t3T The iron-rail trade has falle a off from three hundred and twenty-four thou sand tons in 1873 to, two hundred and twenty-one thousand tons in 1878. Prisoners In the Northampton Co. prison are employed at cutting rags, making brooms, carpet and other light labor. tW One of the legs of Michael Kyan, who was killed by the explosion in a stone quarry at Huntingdon some days ago, has been found two miles from the place of tho accident. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

VOL. Xlll. NI3W BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, AXJOUBT 19, 1870; NO. 21V THE TIMES. in Independent Family Kewspnpcr, 18 PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UB8CU1PTIUN FHIUE. (WITHIH THB OOUNTT.) One Year jl 25 Six Months .'. 76 (OUT OF THB COUNTY.) One Year, (Postage Included) 81 SO Six Months, (Postage included) 85 Invariably In Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Beledt Poetfv ""MIGHT HAVE BEEN." lu the springtime of life when the fond heart ie young, 'When its sky is unclouded, its Joys yet unsung. When in ecstatic hope it looks forward life In ita brightest fruition, nor recks of the strife That must fall to the lot of all children of men, It knows not the lesson of what "might have been." But when teased on the wave of love's sorrowful tide, Like a bark oa the billow It drifts far and wide Trom the haven of rest, then the woeful refrain Has itB rent from the heart racked with auguinh and pain, In that saddest ot wailing, of languor of pen11 That ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 10, 1870. 3 R A I L i t O A D 8 . PmLADELPHIA AND READING rTr ARRANSEMENT OF PA8SF.NGEHTRAIN8. Hay lltlT, 1870. TRAINS I,KAVK II ARKIHBURG AB FOLLOWS For New York, nt 6.18, 8.10 a.m. S.oop.m. nd 7.M i). m. For l'lillKdolphlA, at 5.15, 8.10, 9.45 .m. ion ami 4.uop, in. For Heading, at 5.15, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. aud 2.00 4.01) anil 7.55 p.m. , . For Pottnvllle at 8.15, 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 &, in., and l Boliuylklll aud Buaquelianna ranob att.40 p. m. For Auburn Tla H.SB. Br. at 5.30 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.15, 8.lua. ni., and at 2.00, 4.00 and 7.65 p.m. . .. . , The 6.16, 8.10 a. m., and 7.55 p. m., trains hare through cars for New York. The 5.15, a. m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. HUNDAYB i For New York, at 6.15 a.m. For AIUntowii and Way Millions at 6.16 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Waydtatlonsat 1.45 p. in. TB A1N8 FOR II AUKIHBURG, LEAVE A8 KOL LOWS i Leave New York, ats.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.30and 7.45p.ni. Leave rhlladelp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

3 THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MFIEL1), PA. AUGJJST 10, 1879. A STORY OF RUINED HOPES. NOT long ago a quiet, unobtrusive farmer, who for the purposes of this present sketch will be called Michael Lawtou, died In Garrett coun-, ty, Maryland. Garrett county Is the westernmost county of the Stale, and is a wild mountainous region, in which there are a number of exceedingly fertile valleys, called " glades," which are fa mous for the natural grass which grows on them and makes them superb pasture fur cal tla. The glades when broken by ike plow make exceedingly fertile farms ud they are rapidly being cultivated by people who do not wish to settle in the far west. Lawtou was laid at rest under a huge oak tree, on a little knoll on his farm. He had selected his own burial ground, and in compliance with his wishes the small white marble slab at his head merely bears his initials, and the two dates those of his birth and death. II Is neighbors knew but little of the manner of his life or his position...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

4: THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, YA. AUGUST 19, 1879. THE TIMES. Xew Mow field, Atiyunt 29, 1S79. NOl'KIK TO AIVEItT18KU8. Ho tint or Btwxrr will tin lnrted In this ppr nnlw llKht face aba on moul 1mb. WTTwMiiyfWMt. incw of rwtliir rstw, will be Obftrved fur adv&ueuieuU et lu l)uub)c Column. KOTICB TO M)nCRlBKItl. I.onh t the flirtirwi on th 1nl of your paw. Thorn-rtxunp tell voiulin rtnie lo which yoar mill ri lpllon Upnld. Within 4 wk ulti-r money la ont, If the Uite la ohsnved. No other rocolpt It neoMrr. Neltfe 'Crant '. Dead. London, August 10. Mrs. Kellle Fartorls,daughter-of ex-Presldent Grant, is dead. The most encouraging reports reach ub of the iron trade not only in thin state but in New Jersey. Furnaces that have been cold since 1873 have started up again, and it has become scarcely poBsible to supply the increased demand. The best thing about these reports of re turning prosperity is that they come from all over the country, showing that the causes for his revival of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 1$), 1870. 5 THE TIMES. lo&il Dcplrttiricqt. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-IIIDBLH DIVISION. Ou ami after May lath, Train, run at follow, I WEHTWAUU. EABTWAKD. Way M sill. see. 1'ash Tr'u Tr'u InimpAb Htatiomh. i'lllMolpliluT fTsrrlKlmrK, Itnrkvllle. Mnry.vllln, llltl('AlltlOUi jlnlly'ii,... Newport, Miller town, 'J' hi.tia tutivlit1!, . M oxlco,.. ...... Port lloyai.... Mliriln IiPWlMoWtl J., Anderson',,,, Mi'Vej-lowii,., N. Hamilton, , ,ViiMnllAtr. Mffl. iru ex. o. Ml Mo P.M. A. H P.M P.M. B.tH S.IJ Sin CM t.m V.IK P. U I. 0 S.8II .mi .17 .11 I. 1 1(1.11 A.M. .( MJ H.lit (III 7.47 7.8 7 Id 100 U.40 Him .j 1 .4:1 i.lH ,.H i.ti a. ix D.4II tM Till 7 . a i MM' T.tW 7.K1 19. M I'J.IK la. '14 IJ II 11. IW 10.811 1) 7.07 l.tl i.ni 1. 41 B.UI 11.481 S.M I.IH 8.1'J tun 1.43 6 14 IJ ("HI 114 S.Mi lll.lH iu.tn II 11 11.81 Uls l.lt l.SA 8.1HI ,211 7.4 11.411 7. IK s.iw II HM II.Ht II. 04 B.J 8. 11 9. IS a.eu i.cs 4.91 4. ft: in. i IlllllilllWllOU,, Tyrnnti Ai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD. PA.. AUGUST 10, 1879. (Linus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We invite enmmitTitrfttlnns fpnm nil ernis who are ltttprpMtpd lntuatters properly tMiloiiKintf to thistle srtmeut. Unshod Horses. It 1ms been before stated that an ex perienced farrier In England was advo cating the abolishment of horseshoeing, and now a writer In the London Timet has been trying the experiment, and thus reports: " When my pony's shoes were worn out I had them removed, and gave him a month's rest at grass, with an occasional drive of a mile or two on the hlgh-rond while his hoofs were hardening; the result at first seemed doubtful. The hoof was a thin shell, and kept chipping away until It had worked down beyond the holes of the nails by which the shoes had been ' fastened. After this the hoofs grew thick and hard, quite unlike what It had been before. I now put the pony to full work, and he stands It well, lie is more sure-footed ; his tread is almost noiseless; his hoofs are In no d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1ELI). PA., AUGUST 19, 1879. 7 Professional Curds. TK. ATN KIN, Attnrney-at-Law, New Hloomlleld. Perry CO.. Pa. r Otlloe Next door to the residence ot Judge Juuklu. i AM. M AKKBL. Attorney-at-Law, , New llloumlleld. Perry county, Pa. l-4f OtHae opposite the Mansion House. aud three doura east of the Post-OtUoe. J KWIH rUTTKU, ATiUUNKY AT L.AW, NEW DUJOMI-Jiai), rKHHV CO., PA. WClatms promptly secured collected Writings aud all lnul business carofully attend, edto. tiyl OHAHLK8 II. HMILF.Y, Attorney at Law. New Hloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. Ollloe two doors east of Joseph Hmlth'i ihotul. August 2, 1872 rut. a. Hl'ONHLKK. AltoriiHv-at-Law. !.... ..II 1.... I.I- ...l.la...a ITbbI , W nujiriilliiK " i wmwiifco, u u non. Main street, new liioomueiu, i erry go., i a a ly TOllN 0.8IIATTO, Burgeon Dentist, New Hloomlleld. Perrvoo.. Pa. All kinds ot Mechanical aud Hniglcal Dentistry done In the beat manner, aud at reasonable prices. VOItlce at his residence one door Knstofth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 August 1879

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 10, 1870. The Lock of the U. S. Treasury. The Treasurer of the United Stated, Mr. (lllflllan, line completed a collection of keys to the treasury vault end money boxes In use before the Introduction of combina tion locks. The collection numbers fifteen keys, which Lave been arranged in a neat 'walnut case, and now dooorate the walls of the Treasurer's ollloe. The first In chrono loglcnl order Is a .veritable patriarch of the Key family. It is about seven inohos long, weighs over a pound and makes a great dis play of notches, wbloh fitted within the complicated wards of the lock. Judging from the finish of the key, the lock was evidently regarded in its day as a master piooe of ingenuity and mechanism. The exploits of modern experts would smile at such a barrier between themselves and the glittering treasure. The known hlstoiy of this key goes back at least half a century, and its custodian for years was a Virginian named Col. Nutt, the cashier...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 August 1879

"3 r l ll - , 1 1 a. till11 '.''iiii!'l"!iri!'iwii',iilil'lli!lll!lllllllll VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMFIBLD, TXJESDA.Y, AUGUST 2G, 1879. NO. 35. 3 oVT- LM 5 THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVBBT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. suBscnirxioN imuuk. (WItlllN TUB COUNTY.) One Year, II 2 8x Months 75 (OUT 0 THB COUNTT. ) One Year, (Postage Included) II 60 Six Mouths, (Postage iuoluded) 85 Invariably In Advance I y Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eleit Poetry. LIKE HIS DAD. I hear his mother's chiding voice t How came Tour trousers torn ? And black as Ink, sir, Is that shirt You put on clean this morn. " Tour feet are wet, too, I declare ; You're muddy to your knees ; It Is too bad ; you only care Your mother, sir, to tease. " And, those nice shoes your Sunday best, , That but three times you've worn, Are scratched and scraped and all run down, The heel of one is gone. " Your hair Is twisted In a snarl, And just look at that hand ! It looks as though 't...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. AUGUST 20, 1879. at present V I nm at your mercy: you are doubtful, hesitating, but the scales weigh a little in my favor, do they not!"' Oh, no. Indeed, I have never thought seriously of marrying you ; I only dislike to refuse you." " That last Is an admirable frame of mind ; preserve it ;" aud, as they had left the beach and were within hearing aud observations, the conversation ceased. Archie and Jack appeared the next day, summoned by an Imperative tele gram from Mrs. Grant. " Now, boys, you must exert your selves; I've done all I can," said their sister. " She is obstinate and odious would not tell me anything." " Perhaps It is all a scare," exclaimed Archie. " You are very much mistaken. Papa is devoted to her and icy to me. There's no time to lose. We are so intimate with the Montgomery's, you can be con stantly at the cottage, and chance will throw opportunities In your way." " Whose turn will It be to speak first V" cried Archie. " I'll throw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 August 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PAM AUGUST 20, 1879. 3 RAILROADS. pTIuSelphIa and reading rTr ARRANGEMENT OF FA8SENGEKTRAIN8. nay UliT, 1870. TRAINS LEAVE H Alt KISBURG AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 5.13, 8.10 ft. in. 2.00p.m. and "7.65 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.15, 8.10, 9.4ft a.m. 2.00 an1 4.W p. in. Fur iteadlug, at 8,13, 8.10, 0.45 a.m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7..5 p.m. For Pottsvllle at 5.15. 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., and via Bcliuylklll and Husquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn via H. B. Dr. at 6.30 a. m. For Allentown, at 5. 15, B.loa. m., and at 2.00, 4.00 and 7.56 p. in. The 6.15, 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., train) have through cars for New York. The 6.15, a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 5.15 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at5.tSa.rn. For Heading, Philadelphia and Waydtatlonsat 1.43 p. m. TRAIN'S FOB UARHISRVRG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 nud 7.45 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 0.45 a. m. 4.0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 August 1879

4 THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELD, PA. AUGUST 20, 1879. THE TIMES. 2Tew llloomfleld, August 20, 187!). NOTICK TO ADVKKTI8KUS. Ha tint nrRforrotyim will lr linerloil In thin nr nnlMR Mirht face sml on mul bine. tWTwentytiircMit. in xxonm of mnilur rntps.wlll woQKRea lorstivrruaonuiUM aotlu Double Column. NOTICE TO RUIINC R1BRRX. 1 ,nnk at the flhrnrm nn thn IrImI of your pappr, Thont'tltriirrff tell vnu thn ilnm t n n-hlrli vnnr Null. ri lpilnu I nnld. Within i wwka lti r ninnoj In em, sre 11 tus duts la chanifw'. No jithur riM'ol-J laneoeiwary. V The present Circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list is always opon to the inspection of advertisers. A revere storm vlfilted the Atlantic const on Tuesday last, doing consider able damage. It extended from Virginia to Maine. Advices from Collector Bauson, of Gloucester, Mass., who- Is cruising In the Bay of Bt. Lawrence, represent that mackerel-fishing In the bay this season is a complete failure. Many llrnis ar...

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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