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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, BElTiKMBER 10, 1870. NO. 38. THE TIMES. Ln Independent Family Nenspnper, 18 POBLIBIIBD BVBKT TUB8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 aUllSClUPTION l'HIt'K, (WITUIN THE C0UNTT.) One Year, . II 21 Six Month? 75 (OUT op Tnn COUNTY.) One Yflar, (Postage Included) II X0 Blx Mouths, ( Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eledt 'Poeti'y. OUTWARD BOUND. I elt and watch the ships go out Across the widening sea How one by one, In shimmering sun, They sail away from me I I know not to what land they sail, Nor what the freights they bear ) I only know they outward go, While all the winds are fair. Beyond tho low horizon lino Where my short sight must fall, Some other eyes a watch must keep, Where'er the ships may sail j By night, by day, or near or far, O'er narrow seas or wide, These follow still, at love's sweet will, Whatever may betide. 8o round the world the ships will sail, To dreary lands or fai...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), l'A.. SEPTEMDElt 10, 1879. A WOMAN'S MISTAKE. AT A CEUTAIN age one in liable to be Mtitlmental, therefore It la as well to benln my story by stating the fact that I arrived at that certain age, with bumps that Would have delighted a Lavater, Blnce the various little ldlo yucracles which will develop my character In the course of this narrative will be a surprtiilng Illustration of phre nologlcal contretemps. I had taken thetralnatthevery Dutch and respectable city of Sehcnnectady for purposes which will duly tran spire, and was delighted to find the car full of people as I entered for next to the poets, nt this certain age the study of charncter as seen In a railroad car riage was my most profound delight. On this particular day, however, the most Interesting of my companions dtt f 'wjagc were absorbed 1 n the highly matter-of-fuct discussion of peanuts with their teeth and, with a mlud half made up to feel injured, being deprived of my chiefest enjoyment ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, TA SEPTEMBER 10, 1879. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARKAN8BMKNTOF PASSENGER TRAINS. July 28th, 1870. TKAIN8 LEAVE II ARRISBURd A8F0I.L0WB For New York. at S.M, 8.10 a. m. 2.Win. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.16, 8.11), 9.45 a.m. too and i.w p. in. For Heading, at 5,13, 8.10', 9. IS a. m. and 3.00 I.OOandT.oftp.m. For Poltsvllle at B.15. 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 &. m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 8.40 p. in. For Auburn via H. & 8. ftr. at 5.30 a. m. For Allentowu, ats.15, 8.10a. ni., aud at 2.00, and 1.00 p.m. The 6.15, and 8.10 a.m., have through trains cars Cor New Vork. The 6.15, a. in., train has through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS : For Tlew York, at 5.15 a. m. For Alleiitowu and Way stations at 6.15a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia aud WayStatlonsat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARRI8BUHQ, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, atS.4R a. m., 1.00, S.30 p.m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.45 a. in. 4.UU, and T.2up. in. Leave Raiding, at 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD. l'A.. SEPTEMBER 10, 1870. THE TIMES. Kew Bloomfield, Sept. 16, 1870. NOTIUK TO ADVERTISERS. Ho Out or ntereotyne will he liner ted In thin ipr Unless MKUt face anil on metal bane. tVTwentrppr cent, in excess of rfjni!iT rt. will ka ohaiwed (or ailvertlMinent set In Double Column. NOTICB TO KtJHWCIItBER!. liooli at the Hirnres nn the lahol of ymir paper. Thnnnilvnrra toll vou t!i ilnte to which your mil rrlpllon lunnlil. Within i wm'ks alter money l ent, ee If the dute la chunked. No other receipt la necessary. W The present Circulation of THIS TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection or advertisers. Ben. Butlep. and Wendell Phillips are the ticket for Governor and Lieut. Governor that the Massachusetts Green backers have given their voters. The Democratic Convention at Syra cuse N. Y., have renominated Luclen Boblnson as their candidate for Gov ernor. The Tammany men bolted and nominated John Kelley as their c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 10, 1879. 5 THE TIMES. loihX Dcpnftneit.' PENNSYLVANIA R. It. MIDDLE DIVISION. Ou and ftir May I3tb, Trittuii ran u follow! i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. .T'nKlMnlllAtl' Ex. iTr'ul Ex. (Iff I. Aoo. 8'IATIONB. Philadelphia, Harrisbnrn, Hockvilln, IMarysvllle, DuurnnnoUi Hilly Nowpurt MlllerRtown, XhnmpBout'n. Mexico,...,.... l'nrt Hoyal.... MllTMu LewlHtown J., (.40 P. V. P.M P.M. 8. in .&! l.ta J.M 7.1(7 (.87 .4 S.ltt 8. IX 6. Ill K.07 (.43 (.14 4 51 4.171 8.27 3. 50 P.M. 7:40, A.M. Mtt 846 (US fell 7.47 7.113 J 18 J Oil 8.411 H.'H AVI 8. HO i, mi i0.N . ; ft M 1.17 f.u I3.M 10.90 (.411 8.64 4 III la.itt 13.44 13.11 (.88 li.s'i 11.48 11 .fa I 7.4 7:82 8.00 1.84 11.12 8.& 11.04 in.HK AnilerRon's,... Mc Vcytnwn,.. N. Hamilton. . 9.16. 7.88 10.11 Huntlnirdoii... Tyrone, A.Uooni 8.51 8.81 6. It P.M. 8. IB A.M riTTSIlIIRUII. 1:W rpTTlttubinx Exnri'tm lr-avp HarrlBhnrK at W.l t' iw. Duuconnon 10.44 (uhk); Newport U.0& oltf uiid r. riven at Ptt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1V PA, SEPTEMBElt 1G, 1879. jfk JiUnomfiflir (Lhnrs. 3 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Invite PommiinloftMnnn from nllr!'",nn wtio nre Intr muted iu matter properly belonKi"K t thistle Fall Plowing. The better the preparation of the ground the better the crop. The high average yield of the English farm Is no doubt largely owing to the thorough preparation of the ground before seeding. Our climate Is superior to that of Eng land for wheat growing ; yet a yield of G4 bushels per acre la not unfrequent among good farmers there, while here 40 bushels per Vcre is an unusual yield. Two plowlngs, several harrowlngs, and In many cases rolling or crushing: and the excellent preparation of the soil by a previous root crop must have a much better effect upon the soil than one plowing, very poorly done, because of the hardness and dryness of our soil In midsummer, and very imperfect har rowing. It might be well for us to lay out more labor on our wheat crop, and so prepare the g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW li LOOM FIELD. PA., SKVTEMBEU 1G, 1870. 7 Professlonul Cards. JE. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-T.aw, , Now llloomlleld, I' - Office Next-door to tlie residei rrw nft.. ra. residence oljurtue Vuukln a.ou AM. MARKKL, Attorney-at-I-aw, , New Bloomllold, I'erry county, Pa. l4f0tllce opposite the Mansion LlOBse.and. three doora east of the I'ost-Otllce. -r kwis roxTEit, ATTUllNKY AT LAW) NEW BLOOMl'IKLD, rKKRVCO.,PA. r-f!llms nrnmiitlT secured collected Writings aud all legal business carsfullyatteiid. ed to. d2yl CI1AHLKS II. HMILKY, Attorney at Law. New llloomlleld, Perry Do. Pa. 4" Offloe two doors e.nt of Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. J w I WM. A.Sl'ONSI.EK, Attomey-ftt-Law. Olllce adjoining his residence, ou Kast Main street. New liloomtleld, Perry co., Pa.3 2 1 y WM. N. 8KIBEKT, Attorney-at-Law, Newliloomneld, Perry co.. Pa. Bloomtleld,3 331v. LKWI8 POTT KB, NOTABt PUBLIC, New Bloom. Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully Prepared and acknow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 September 1879

A Queer Case. A case whloh completely stumps the doctors, and hows how mysteriously lost faculties may be- suddonly restored, has JuBtoometo notice in Chicago, nud the Timet of lhat oity thus tells It: Mr. II. Tallert, n man about 00 years of rui has lived In Chicago twenty-three years and is well known. lie now keeps a wine room at No. 03 Fifth aveuue, but until recently was In the same business at No. 101 East Washintou street. On the Inst day of last Febmary he fell down the basement steps of bis place of business at the latter num ber, and injured himself so that he was taken sick, and In three or four days he lost his hearing In the right ear, though retaining it in the left one ; but worse than that, he lost all power of speech. The loss of these faculties was instantaneous and not gradual. All al once be lost his power to speak, and lost it short, Bharp ofT. Of course such a calamity tilled him with consternation, and be quickly sought med ical aid, with no relief. The difllo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

5 fr'"'!- Hffl VOL. Xlll. ISriCW BLOOMFI35JL.3D, 1A.., TtTESD-A-Y, SEMKMBER 1879. NO. 39. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PDBL1SHIO SVBRY TUB3D1T DT F. MORTIMER & CO. iirnicniFiiuM i it t c is . (WITHIW THB OODNTT.I One Year f 1 " 8lx Mouths 75 OUT OF H COtlSTT.) One Yenr. (Postage Included) II N) Six Months, (Postage Included) 5 Invariably lu Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eledt -Poetry. NEVER DESPAIR. I fain would Impress on The weary and sad The truths of a lesson In metaphor clad. Still In life's Journey the Bravest do best Will on life's Journey we llanker for rest. Innocent merriment Shortens the mile; Try the experiment Once In a while. Face your foes fearlessly, " Never say die" Trials tak'n carelessly, Llghtsomely lie. Our teardrops are lenses That magnify Ills; They cozen our senses Till hillocks seem hilts. And faces grow wrinkled, While tresses with gray Orow speedily sprinkled Vhen woe has her way. . Horrors may haunt you, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

THE TIMES NEW HLOOMFIELD, 1A SKPTEMimit 23, 1870. may be. It Is tllHgnuie rufllutcnt to lmve been urrjPBttHl. )ut I have litre" and she ii(l(lcnly drew from the folds of her dress a thin pncket of papers " that he ave nie to-night, saying that were he punched I might keep them forever, were he not I might dollver them to the Count' de lloclinrubeau.. They are of great Importance, sir, for they tiot only tell who Franoola Duplan Is, but certain other hints of value." " Let me see them, child," snld the Count, starting forward. " Not till you promise, and I will tell you, furthermore, that on your written order for his release, I will kiss you as I might my father." " Verily," said the Count, " those are but otherwords, the meaning of which Is the alllrmatlve answer to the question I put to you. Then you do love the soldier V" " That Is Impudence, sir. I have not raid bo'. Mayhap In your country wo. men can do nothing unless the motive of love is Imputed. It Is not so here, as Mr. Tru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FA., SEl'TEMUElt 23, 1879. 3 Kor Tar Bt.ooMMM.D Timfi. THE PAWNBROKER'S- BIBLE. T WISH," eald a young-man, petu J. lantly, " that I had not a friend In the world I Fathers and mothers and slaters are only a check upon one's movements, and a bar to one's com fort I" "Are those your caudld opinions V" asked a bystander. The young man turned at the voice, and attentively regarded the speaker. lie was surprised that any stranger should have mingled In the conversa tion, and was not disposed to be pleased, or to answer the question. The mien and appearance of the speaker com manded, however, his Involuntary re spect. Perhaps " respect" la not the term. " Interest" would better express tbe sentiment which was felt by the dashing and well, but carelessly, dressed Harry Baker toward the poverty stricken Btranger. The person who hud spoken to him was a foreigner, and, as his accents betrayed him, an English man. If Harry Buker had been dis posed to quarrel with him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), l'A.. SEPTEMBER 23, 1870. THE TIMES. New Jiloomfleld, 8cpU23, 1879. NOT1CK TO ADVKUT19EHS. No Out or Storcotyr" wllllii. Inserted In this .ier nnlwa llKbt face ftnd on uieul bftse. tar" Twenty pir prut, m renews of fKulAr rstrs.wlll be ohsnted for advertisements aet In Double Column. NOTICE TO (MinaCRIBKRH. I.ood lit tlio Dviires on the tebel of your psiwr. Those (Wore tell vou the rinre to wlileli yonrsHlj rrlpilini Ik nnld. Wllliln i weeks alter money l sent, see H tho dute la chsntred. No other reoelpt Is neoeaaarv. The present Oirculntlon of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HTJNDBED copies. Om mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. The silver certificate Mils fair to take the place of the standard dollar to a very great extent. In paying out ten per cent, of checks In silver dollars, the Treasurer 1b generally faced wlth the demand for certificates In their stead. This is especially the case with the banks. The banks then pay them out ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

5 THE TIMES. IociM Dcph,i'tireit. . PENNSYLVANIA B. II. MIDDLE DIVISION. Ou nd ftor May I2tli, Trains rim as folio! t WESTWAUD. EASTWARD. .t'ut Mall Atl'. Mffl. Kl. Tr'n Ex. Aoo. Mil 8:1)0 P.M. P.M P.M. A-H. I. mi 8.15 10.66 ;u? 19.88 T.ttl 10.90 S la.as l.m 19.94 6.87 I.H a 19.11 8.48 118 1169 .au job II. 48 8.18 JO 11 8S t.ttl 8 11.84 8.07 P. 15 11.04 4.43 8.6. 10.88 1.14 1.56 10.11 4 M 0.8K 4.17 T.f 8.51 8.57 8.61 8.16 9.6(1 8.1b A.M. P.M. P.M. 7:40 1:10 WaTlMnlll Aro. Pan Tr'n Tr'n PniMOIPAl HTATIOMB. I J .80 8 00 Philadelphia, HarriubnrH, lliwkvllle, Marysvilln, Duncauuou, Daily's Newport Mlllerstnwn, Tboiu psont'n. Mexico,,. ...... Port lluyal.... Mifflin Lewlxtowu J. Arnlnraon's.,.. a. w P.M S.lHl 8.1'3 8.10 8.!M S.W l.WI T. V. 1.811 1.4s i.do l.WI 6.4rt 8 It 8.4U 1.9) 1.85 8.1K 1.47 7.1(1 .8l 11.4(1 I. Ill J. 91 T.4 T.6S Irt S.9U I0.UM iU.l 11.19 u.m 13.181 LIS 1.(6 P.M. 8.7 8.65 4.34 4. Si 8. ii Mo Veytowu ,., N. Hamilton,. HmttiiiKitnu,., Tyrone Altoona I 6.84 f.90 P.M. PI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. SEPTEMBER 23, 1879. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Invite nommnnlratlnna from nil rcnnni whn r lntf-ronted lu matter, properly IwIoukImv to tills de pirtuient. An Agricultural Creed. According to the Canada " Farmer," the agriculturists of Canada met In con ventlon not long ago, and adopted for themselves the following creed: We believe In small farmi and thor ough cultivation. We believe that the soli loves to eat as well as the owner, and ought there fore to be well manured. We believe In going to the bottom of things, and therefore deep plowing and enough of it. All the better If it be a Bub-soil plow. We believe In large crops, which leave land better than they found H, making both the farm and farmer rich at once. We believe that every farm should own a good farmer. We believe that the fertilizer of any soil is a spirit of Industry, enterprise and intelligence; without these lime, gyp sum and guano, will be of little use. We believe in good fences, g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1). PA., SEPTEMBER 23, 1879. Professional Cards. TE. JUNKIN. Attorneyatl.aw. Mal II I....... Il .1 Eta....-.. &S- fJ t'n IIKIflllllKlll, IHIIIOV.)!.! -Ollice Next door to the residence ot Judge .Innbln Aftlf AH. MAUKEL, Attorney. at-Lnw, . New BloomlleUl. Perry count. Pa OiUce opposite the Maneloa llouse.and three door east or tue f ost-vwce. y EW19 rOTTKU, AtTUttNIV At 1.AW, NEW BLOOMFJJiLD, FERRY CO., PA. WOlalms promptly secured collected Wrl tings aud all legal business carefullyatteud edto. 42 yl "CHARLES H. HMILEY, Attorney at Law. 1 j New HliMimlield. Perry Co. Pa 0.T Office two doors eat or Joseph Smith's Hotel. lAugusi x, iaii. nm. A.HPONHLEK. Attornev-at-Law. V Oillce adjoining Ills resldeuee, on East Mainstreet, New tsioomneia, rerry oo., ra. s ly "ITTM. N. 8E1BERT, Attorney-at-I,aw, V Now Hloomlleld, Perry oo.. Pa. Bloomneld,8331v. TEWIS POTTER, notaki public, New Bloom J Hnlil Perrv Co.. Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, and Leases carefully prepa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 September 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA . SEPTEMBER 23, 1879. Europe' Trouble. London, September 9. It is said that the cereal harvest ia King's oounty, Ire land, lias been virtually lost In consequence of heavy rains and floods, whioh commono ed on Saturday last. There are also bad reports from County Down regarding tho crops. t London, Sep., 0. The Paris " Bulletin dos Halles" says the first threshings in the West and Northwest of France show ft very poor yield both in quantity and qual ity, so there Is no set-off to the bad results in the South west, East aud Centre. Though France will not have to purchase abroad so largely as last year, she will require fifteen or twenty million hectolitres, and must buy it almost exclusively in America in competition with England. London, Sep., 0. The Manchester "Guardian" says it is estimated that thirty thousand persons are still out of work in Glasgow. The iron trades only are doing well. The building trades are in the worst condition, and it will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

s ! mm m . w 11 5" rr VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMKIEIJD, TTJE8IDA.Y, BEPTEMBER 30, 1879-. no. 4a p .'v vfpyvyyj 11 am A - iBs THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVERT TUI9DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 8UB8C1UPTION PIUCK. (WITUIN THB COVMTT.) One Year 1 21 81x Months, 75 (OUt Or THB COCHTT.) One Year, (Postage Included) II N) 8lx Mouths, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance t Advertising rates turmmlied upon appli cation. For The Bloomfifld Times. MINERVA'S DRAWING. The spinning world sweep? on In space, And bears the restless human race Through realms without a resting-place, Where spirits cleave the ether t And, as It turns, this mundane wheel 'Commingles human woe and weal. From which the Passions draw and deal Their blanks, er real prizes i For who, that trusts or curses fate Receives the ticket of his state . From other hands than those which wait To do his own will's bidding T The prudent, must the vain command: The comrade ot the wise shall stand ; The f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

2 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. SEPTEMBER 30,1879. llttleofllmt "guillotine fluuli" hi her eyes. "Because you belong to me I uu't you J" The last two words weto In a plead lug, caressing tone, and Hetty's eyes and heart softened. Bhe felt dazzled, bewildered, fascinated. Hbe yielded to the arms that clasped her, and let her head drop upon his breast, regardless that her colfleure was a miracle of Mon sieur Pennquler's art. And yet a strange, distrustful feeling mingled with her happiness. This was not like the love of which she had so fondly dreamed. " It Is all settled, aunt," said Itlchard cheerily as he put them Into the carriage. " We are to have a weddlug before spring." The expression of delight on Mrs. ATaudervere's face surprised Hetty. In spite of all the flattery and praise she lavished upon Richard, Hetty had a fancy that her aunt had, in the bottom of her heart, no great love for him. Why she wished so much to see her his wife she could not tell. Hetty created a sensat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

BILL DAVJS' VACATION. A MAN cutiie hastily down Chestnut street, Philadelphia, And mounted the stone stops Jn front of the Central station. lie entered the' broad, old-fashioned doorway with the step of one who was at home In the building. Two steps from the front door was Another, the entrauee to a large room. Here the newcomer found a number of brother officers, lounging, smoking and gazing out upon the street. " Hulloa, Bill I seen the chief yet V" asked a tall, broad-shouldered,good-look-lng man, as the new coiner entered. "No. Why ?" asked 11111. " Oh, nothing lu particular, I sup. pose. Me nsked for you a while ago," was the reply. BUI turned upon his heel and left the room. Mounting tho stairs, he reached the second floor, and entered the chiefs ofllce. ' "Here's a letter that was left for you. Bill," mild the chief, as he handed the missive to him. " And here's something else I want you to take in hand. You have been working very faithfully in the city for the past year, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 September 1879

THE TIMES NEW BL0OMF1ELD, l'A.. SElTEMIffilt 30, 1879. THE TIMES. JVeto Bloom fl-eld, SrpU 30, 1870. NOTICJK T AOVK11T18KR8. Re On nrHterentyp will he Inserted Intnl. papar Unleas llKht face aud od metal base. W"Twnty rw"""!. In nrm of riritlsr rates, will Mohamad for ad vertiaeiueuta ant In DuulilaUuluron, kotior to KriiKoninKn. tinnk it tho It if n rcn on the label nf your panr, Thnapfliriirpatpll vniiflm ilntelo ivhlrlt jrnnraiib arrlollini ia nnlil. villiln a wcckn IUT lmilioy la nl, an If the date ia etianired, No other rcotlpt la neoeaaarv. far The present Circulation of THH TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. Judge Woodward chief Justice ot the Bupreme Court of Fennsylvrtnla, dlel at hla resilience at Hamden on Tuesday last. The Postmaster at Black vllle, S. C, baa been shot and the P. M. General proposes to abolish the office If the local authorities cannot protect the U. S., Officers. There la no doubt but...

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