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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

Jt life- I HI VOL. Xlll. NEW BLOOMFIELE), R.A.., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1879. NO. 43. THE' TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UB8CK1PTIOX PltlCK. (WITHIH THE COUHTY.) One Year II 25 BIX Mouths, TS (OUT OF THE COUNTY.) One Year. (Pofttape Included) 1150 Six Mouths, (Postage Included) , 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Beledt Poeti'y. PAYING COMPLIMENTS. A bashful lover tried to woo A maiden fair and slender Bhe trilled at the Interview, And scorned his accents tender. Bald he aside, " I will Invent A little necromancy I'll launch at her a compliment , To try and catch her fancy." Quoth she; with careless unconcern ) "Tour words they may be true,elr j I wish that I could make return, And say the same of you, sir." " O, you can do that very well, And do It now provided That you make up your mind to tell . As big a lie as I did." The Secrets of Dollys Chair. MEETING had gone in. Parson Holbr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A. OCTOBER 21, 1879. Adventures in Australia. WE AVEItE having hard luck on the Lbtldon, In the province of Vlo torla, Australia! as the grazing pastures, which we had leased from the crown, had not been blessed with an abundauce of rain as we had hoped and had a rl ght to expect ; for the previous season had been dry, and all the old settlers had said that the .present winter's rains would be abundant, and that the little Loddon would become a mighty stream, overflow lis banks, and All the ground so full of water that It would become like a wet sponge for months after the win ter had passed away. But all their pre dictions had come to naught; and here we were, with half the cold mouths passed away, and not enough rain had falleu to lay the dust or cause the dead grass to change lis color, or to supply the hungry sheep and cattle with food to prevent them from growing thin and wearing that peculiar dull expression Which distinguishes animals Vilieil suf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARHAMSEMBNTOF PASSENGER TRAINS. OCTOBEUClh, 1879. Trains I-eaTe llarvisbnrg ns Follows : For New York via Allentown, at B2Q, 8.06 a. m. anil 1.4ft p. m. .... For New York via " Bound Brook Route," 6.20, 8.t-5 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. ... Kor Philadelphia, at 5.20, 805, 9.55 a. m., 1.45 ana 4.so p. m. .... For Heading, at 5.20,8.05, O.t-5 a. m., l.,4.00,aiul 8.W p. m. ... For Pottsvllle; at 5.20. 8.05 a. m. and 4.nflp. m., and via Bchnylktll. and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. Kor Auburn, B.W a. in. For Iancaster aud Columbia, 5.20, 8.05 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. For Allentown, at 5.20, 8 05, 9.55 a. m 1 45 and 4.0Op..ni, ... The 5.20, 8.05 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York. The 5.20 train has through cars for Philadel phia R. 20. 8. P5 a. m. and 1.45 p. in., make close connection at Heading with Main Line trains having through, cms Jor New Voile, via "Bound Brook Route." SUNDAYS : For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

4 THE TIMES. New Itloomfield, Oct, 21, 1879. NOTICK TO ADVEIIT18EH9. Wo (lot nr Stereotype will he Inserted In thti paper Unless IlKttt fuce and cm metal base. "WTwentypercenMneTCrHS of rmnlar rates, will beoharwedforailvurtisftineuta set in lxmule Columu. notice to hi nwi ni rtF.it. f.onlt at tho rimires nti the label of ronr raper. Thorn' tlKiiree tell vnu I Ho tlute to ivlilclt your sub scription n nld. Within S weeks alter money In (tut, ea ir the date la ohaiured. No other receipt la ueoe aaarr. The present Circulation of THB TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the inspection of advertisers. Ohio and Iowa Elections. From Ohio the returns show the elec tion of Foster (Republican) for CtoTer nor by about 17,000 majority. TheRe publicans have both branches of the legislature which Insures a Republican to succeed Thurmnn In the U. S. Sen ate. IOWA. From Iowa, the returns show a large gain to the Republicans. 'The State Register now puts the maj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On m1 after May 13th, Tralui run follows i WE8TWAHD. EA8TWAUB. PniRniPAb STATIONS. .TTmlMnlll AH'.I Mm. jfiz. xr'n kx. I auc, rlillauelphia, 4.li P.M. S.8U 1.40 8. 88 8.1 8.4UI Rarrlabnra;, Km-kTllln, Marysvllle, imueauuou, Hally'a Newport, Mllleratown, Tlinmpaont'n. Mexico,., ...... Tort Kof ai.... MilTlln l.ewlstown J.t Amleritoli-a.... P.V P.V. s.in l.mi P.M A.M low. fun 8 48 : ! T.tU 8.88 la.ftH t.lt) 10. Kl, III llllj 111.84 11.11 II. 6 11. 4S T.r? 8.87 0.43 8. 81 4. IK 4.13 117 7.47 f.W .as I.M 7 III j.m 7.ai T.4H T.W e 4ii 8.88 II W 8. (JO i i.m 11.04, 0. 19 8.6.1 1. B MIS 8.421 Mo Veytnwn ,., N. Hamilton, . HiuiMnifduu,., Tyrone Aitooua 1(1. 88 1.14 4 (1 4.17 .27 IU.II .3 l.ll 8.15 A.M. 6 SI fl.lt P.M. Mil riTTSM'IUl!!. P.M 7:40 l:lu IWPIttabiirir Etpresa leaves Hnrrlahnrv at 10.18 p.m. Dnnesmmn lu.44 (flair) -. Newport 11.08 (IIak) anil ar rlTonat PlltnlinrKat7.o0A. M. tw-Paelf)c Firea West will atop at Dinif nnnon at 4.80 anil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., OCTOBER 21, 1879. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Ws Invitn unntmitnlpiiHnn frnm t prrnns who ars im.-rt'wtp,! tu muttiTM properly beluuKin to tulsde partmeut. SuggesVons about Carpet-Sweeping. Sweeping la p;ood exercise If you can avoid raining a dust. But If you are in need of vigorous exercise of that kind i get a hoe and betake yourself to the po-tato-patuh or corn-field. Sweep carpets gently. Even a rag carpet Hhould be treated with consideration. A severe digging with a stlfT broom wears the warp and scrapes out the lint of the rags quite needlessly. Not long ago I heard a woman say that a very BtlfT broom was needed for sweeping a Brussels carpet. I thought to myself " a stilt' broom will never sweep my Brussels carpet" (good reason why !), as I lmaglued the tearing out of the soft tufting of the carpet by the coarse, sharp broom splints. A carpet-sweeper Is the best thing for this pur pose. It does the work easily and well, and saves dust. A brunh of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIELD. PA., OCTOBER 21. 1879; Professional Cards. TR. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law. New llloomllrld. Perrt CO.. P, - Onice Next iloor to the residence otjudge Juukiu. " AM. II ARK EL, Attnrtiey-atLaw, . New Hlocmilleld, terry county, P. oillca oiiosHo the Mansion House. aud three door, oftst of the Post-OUlce. J- KW19 l'OTTJilt, ATTUltNKV AT LAW, NBWBLOOMKJELD, PEURV CO., PA. M-Clnlms promptly secured collected Wrltlugsaud all legal business oarefullyattend edto. Mil CHARLES U. HMILK Y, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtteld, Perry Co. Pa, v Olllce two doors e;ut ol Joseph Hmltli'i hotel. August 2, 1872, itru a . HP( INSI.KK. Attornev-at-Law. V Olllce adjoining Ills residence, oil Kast Malnstreet, New Blooiulleld, Perry co.. Fa. 82 ly 1TTM. N. HK1BEKT. Attorney-at-Law, y NewBlooiiiUeld,PerryooPa. liioomlleld, 3 331V. TKWI8 POTTEK, notakt public, New Bloom A Held. Perrv Co.. Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kliulsof Pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 October 1879

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 21, 1870. Love and Murder. A dispnteh of Monday from Clnolnnatl nays : Tbero was ft tragic event at the Bur not House fa this city totlny, which produ ces a most profound Beiisatlou. 8. A. Ilickey, one of Mary Anderson's mnnngors wm shot twice in tha bond by a woman named Floienoe M'Donnld, of Syraonse N. Y who then shot nnd killed herself. The Incident happened In the 1'ocopUon room of the Burnet House at 8:10 P, m. The woman met Hickoy there, nnd after a few words 'produced a five-shooting French self-cock lug pistol, with which she shot him twioe xl the head. He fell. She then plaoed the weapou to her own head and fired a ball into her own brain. Bhe lived half an hour ud then died without a word. When her body was examined there was 'found in her left stocking a six Inch dirk, oh the bone handlo of which was engraved -the word "Florence." In her bosom was found a vial of laudanum from Lyman's 1 drug store, No. 811 Main street, Buffalo. She ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

B firtfe HI a "Sg -Ka-t VOL. XIII. NEW llLOOMFIELD, PA, TTJK8D-A.Y, OCTOBER 28, 1870. NO. 44. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED BVBRY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. BUB8CUIPIION 1 It I C E . (WITIIIH THB C0UNTT.) One Year 11 25 Six Mouths 75 . (OUT Or THl C0UHTT.) One Year. (Postage Inoluded) II 60 81x Mouths. (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon application. Beledt Poetfy. LOOK UP, NOT DOWN. Life to some Is full of sorrow Half Is real, half they borrow Full of rocks and full of ledges, Corners sharp and cutting edges. Though the jo; bells may be ringing, Not a song you'll hear them singing ' Beelng never makes them wise, Looking out front downcast eyes. All In vain the sun Is shining, Waters sparkling, blossoms twining, They but see, through these same sorrows. Sad to-days, and worse to-morrows See the clouds that must pass over; See the weeds among the clover ; Everything and everything, But the gold the sunbeams b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. OCTOBER 28, 1879. The Secrets, of Dolly's Chair. CONCLUDED. '. THE shipper looked meditatively at the young man, and turned the quid In Lis cbeek, then carelessly asked : " Did you know that fool Wilson has tumbled dowu the cliff steps and dis abled himself, at least for this voy age V" "Your first mate? Hullo, skipper! Is that what you mean t Will you give me the berth V ".Hold hard, ladt What are you squeezing my old flipper for, and what's your rage for Halifax just now V Is the English lass that was here last winter up there, or have you quarreled with your uncle, or" " Never mind why I want to get to Halifax," replied the young man, rap Idly, Belzlng upon this version of his eagerness to ship In the Dolphin. " But saying I do, will you give me Wilson's place V" " Why, yes, Belknap, and be glad to get you ; for I've seen you handle a boat round the harbor here and up on the fishing ground often enough to know that you're worth having aboard, even i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW tiLOOM FIELD, TA., OCTOBER 28, 1879. 3 RAILROAD , PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. OCTOBER 6lh, 1879. Trains I.eiive llarrlslmrg as Follows : For New York via AlleAtown, at 6.S0, 8.05 a. m. and 1 ,45 p. m. For New York via " Bound Brook Route," 8.20, 8.PS a. m. and 1.45 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 5.20, 805, 9.65 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. in. For Heading, at 5.20,8.05, 9.M a. m 1.45,4.00,and 8.09 p. m. For Pottsvllle. at 5.20. 8.05 a. m. and 4.00 p. m.. and via Schuylkill and Bnsquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, 6.30 a. m. For Lancaster and Columbia, 6.20, 8.06 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. For Allentown, at 5.20, 8.05, 9.55 a.m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. . The 5.20, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York. The 5.20 train has through cars for Philadel phia. The 5.20, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m., make close connection at Heading Willi Main Line trains having throtnsli cars lor New l'orK, via "Hound Brook Route." SUNDAYS t For ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, T A. , Od'OBEli, 28, 1879. THE TIMES. Newbloom field, Oct. 28,1,879. NOT1CJS TO ADVERT18KH9. No Out orRtprentyra wlllhelnnart'ftl lntlila paper Ualaaa liKht face aud ou metal baae. 1 Twenty per oent. in espena of regular ratoa, will M ohaived fur advqpr tlaeiueuta lot In bouble Column. KOTIOE TO 8UnCRlBEa!. I,ooh at tha flifnrea on Hie label of your paper. Thnsifltfurestpl vou tho dnte In wlileli yoni'anb. arliptlon la pnlil. WUIiln weeka alter niouey Is lent, lee If the date la obanved. No other receipt ianecoaaarv. W The present Circulation of THB TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. FItKE TILL JAN. NEXT. Those wishing to subscribe for " The I'imes" for the year 1880 can have THE PAVER FREE for the remainder of this year by sub scribing now. A Bad Situation. While Jacob Q. Zerr, of Georgetown, president of the Berks county agricul tural society, was returning from the State fair at Phi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 28, 1879. THE TIMES. Iodh.i 1)ephitn(eit. PENNSYLVANIA B. R. JIIEULB DIVISION. On and after May Oth, Trains run ai follow! t WESTWARD. EASTWARD, Way! Mull! Arc. Pa Tr'n Tr'u I'nisniPAL Qr&TIOKS. IMitladolpltfn. HarrlslinrKi llockvtllo, Marysville, Duncanuuui Dally' Newport Mtllorstown, Tunmr80Ut'u. Mexico......... Port Euval.... Mirriln Lewlstnwn J.( Andovsnn's,... Me Veytowu ,., N. Hamilton, , Hnntintrdou... IJ'nsiMalliAtl1.! Mm. Ex. Tr D EX. AOO. IS SO 8 00 6. 40 . M P.H p.w. .I6 t.W. 7.53 7.83 7.07 6.57 6.43 6.83 S.ls 6.13 5.07 4-?o0 D4 B.:ffl 8.13 1.47 7.83 7.1 7.00 8.40 6.36 S.W 1.12 8.1H b Srt est DIM .IS 1.81) 1.4;l 1.6.1 1.V8I P. M 1.311 P. 1.30 B.bfi lit ll.txl 1.17 am 6.40 10.30 1 t.M 2.85 1.86 8.55 13.84 1.47 S.ul 1.10 7.10 111 s.ai Ml 11 59 11.43 Mrt S.fcl 10.118 lll.4l 7.4 7.62, 11 88 B a? 8.M. 4.34 SJ t.no 6.84 8.00 11.84 11. IH .I3 S.tu 6.35 l.K 5.43 ll.M 11.84 13.19 1.16 10.35 6.14 4 51 4.1. 10.11 9.SH Tyrone, 8.61 .!7! 3.5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 28, 1879. llloomfidtr Sinus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W ItiTltn commrnilrntlotiK from Ml penmn trtio are Imprinted lu matter. roierly belouKluar to tula de partment. Sheep-Killing Dogs. Mr. D. C. Richmond, of Ohio, relates, In an article at large without credit, the results of observation and experience of Bheep-kllllng dogs, from which he was quite a sufferer durlnR twenty-five years They slaughter their victims hy tearing open the large veins of the neck and sucking the blood; they can never be broken of this trick. A Blngle dog will sometimes kill sheep, but generally there are two often a large and a small dog. A sheep-killing dog will teach oth ers. The first time a dug kills a sheep he will suck the blood, and then eats some and be satisfied. He will soon learn to kill several, sucking their blood until he Is full, eating no flesh the first night. Any dog that will chase sheep when out alone will sooner or later kill them. A green dog wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD. PA.,- OCTOBER 28, 1879. 7 Professional Cards. TE. JUNKIN. Attorney at-I.aw, . New liloimitieUl. I'errvco.. Ps, HrOltloe NwtUoor to the residence ol Judge Juukln. ibtf AM. M A R K E L. Attorney-at- Law, , Mow liloiinitlulil, I'erryooutity.Pa. Hf OlQce opposite the Mansion Uousend threo door east of the Post-Uillce. J- EW1S rOTTKB, ATTOHNKY AT LAWi NRW BLUOMFJELD, PEKRY CO., PA, STOlalms promptly secured eolleoted Writings aud sll lenal business carefullyaltend edto, iy OIIABLKSU.HMILRy, Attorney at Law. Now Bloomllelit. ferry Vo. Pa OlUoa two doors east ol Joseph Hinlth's hotel. August 2,1872, rM a bpiinhi kh. Attornev-at-Law. i ,,HI - .1 I . . i ,.. n.r.la.,nU nM tt.lt Main street, new uiooiiiueiu.rerry oo., ra. o j i j "ttrM. N. BK1BEHT, Attorney -at-Law, y New Bloonilleld, Perry oo.. Pa. Bloomrleld,8831r. - - TE WIS POTTER, kotart PUBLIC, New Bloom J llal.l Pnrrv (!iv. Pr. Deeds. Bonds, MortRiiir.es and Leases carefully nreiiiued and acknowledgements ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 October 1879

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOGMFIELI), FA.. OCTOBER 28, 1879. Romanco from Real Life. riiii,Ai)Ri.ruiA, October 20. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davenport are residents of this city, Mrs. Davenport being nn actress under the stage name of Ada Isaacs. While in New York city, In July last, Mrs. Davenport had twlna born to ber, a boy and a girl. She waa nursed by a tnld wife, who waa assisted by a young woman, aevouteeu yeara old. Ou the night of July 12, during the mother's Illness, one of the infanta disappeared, and when the midwife appeared lu the morning ahe, aa well ns the mother was Informod that it bad died. On Saturday evening Inst Mrs. Davou port concluded an engagement in a theatre at Fort Wayne, Iud., in the play of " The Child Stoalor." Aa she waa about to goon the boarda ' for the Inst time, ahe waa banded a letter, which Informod ber that the child whloh ahe supposed to be dead waa alive and well. The huaband of the woman who had adopted the child would not permit her to keep it, ahe, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 November 1879

VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1870. NO. 45. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS FCBUBHBD ITEHT TUISDiT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UBBC11IPTION PRICK. (WITUIM TAB COUKTr.) One Year, II 2ft Bis Mouths 75 (OUT Of Till OOUNTT.) One Year, (Postage Included) II BO Bis Mouths, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance) V Adrertlslng rates furnished upon appli cation. THE MASTER THIEF. ONCE upon a time there wag a poor cottager who had three sons. He had nothing to leave them when he died, and no money with which to put them at any trade, bo that he did not know what to make of them. At last he eald he would give them leave to take to anything each liked best, and to go whithersoever they pleased, and he would go with them a bit of the way ; -and bo he did. He went with them to a place where three roads met, and there -each of them chose a road, and their father bid them good-bye, and went hack home. I have never heard tell what became of the two elder ; bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 November 1879

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. NOVEMBER 4, 1879. HE HAD A GOOD LAWYER. J , ' ! . HOW a strong chain of circumstantial evidence may be broken by a good lawyer lias Just been shown by the trial of a cane In the state of Belgium. A tragedy whose details as they ' were unraveled riveted the attention of not only France, Belgium, but almost the whole of Europe, has come to an Unex pected termination. It Is thus told In a late Paris letter : ; The main actor In the Belgian tragedy Is a boy of 19, and the victim his aged relative his mother's mother. Over two hundred witnesses were called, among them -the beads of various gymnastlo Institutions, circus people, acrobats, and all manner of personages acquainted with the handling of ropes and the possibility of the human body under given circumstances. The main features to the case are that Jean lletson, who was born in Antwerp in 1850, was found by the police In his grandmother's .apartment last November, tied hand .-.sand foot. His shouts...

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

T1113 TIMES, NEW BLQOMFIELP, PA.. NOVEMBER 4, 1879. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AtttlNSKMBNTOF PA88ENOEK TRAINS. OCTOBERClh, 1879. Trains t.eare Harrlsbnrg as Follows : For New York via Atlentownt at (.10, 8.08 a. m. and 1 Af 1. m. . ... Kor New York via " Bound Brook Route," 6.21), 8.f5 a. m. and 1.48 p. m. Kor Philadelphia, at 5.20, 8115, 0.55 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. in. . . . For Heading, at 5.20,8.05, 9.58 a. m., 1.45,4.0O,and 8.0t p. in. . , For Pottsvllle. at 5.20. 8.0 a. m. and 4.no p. m and via Schuylkill and Husquehanna Branch at 2.4(1 p. m. Kor Annum. 5.30 a. m. Kor I .ancaster and Columbia, 5.20, 8.05 a. m. and 'For'Alientown,at5.20, 8 05, 9.55 a.m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. m. ... . . . The 5.20, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. ra. trains have through cars for New Vork. The 5.20 train has through cars for Fhlladel- PlTh'e 5.20. 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. in., mnke close connection at Heading wlih Main Mne trains having through cars lor New Vork, via "Hound Brook Koule." BUNDAY...

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

4 T1IE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. NOVEMBER 4, 1879. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, Nov. 4, 1819. NOTICE TO AI1VEHT18K118. B On or ntereotvpe wilt b Inserted In this psper nnlM. Ilirht face ud ou metsl bue. Hr-Twenty per eent. Innmi of rwil"'""'""' be obanterl for advertlsemeiita.iet In Duuhle Column. NOTICE TO RU!CRinElt. I. noli at the flit-nrcs on the label pf yrnir papcr. ThnnptlKiirfntPlI rnu the dnte to nlilcti yon r Mill. rlitlniilpnll. Vvltliln w;ek artrr toiniey l eent, see If tlia date la obanared. No other receipt laneoesaarv. f The present circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our malllner list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. i iti:r: tilt JAN. iKXT. , Those wishing to subscribe for " The Times" for the year 1880 can have THE 1'ArEIl FllEEfor the remainder of this year by sub scribing now. Which do You Want? We have made arrangements to fur nish our subscribers several other Peri odicals at the following prices: Betentllln American and Tn...

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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