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

,,,,,. l.,-..M.MmT.W.l. rilMMWII H..M. in - I I WWW WI.IW III WIWMlTIWIIt 1 I f " " ' " '"' " - - II! HHOT MMWIWMWWWW.'Wl'"-""'" VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBL18HB DIVERT TUK9DAT BI F. MOIITBIEII & CO. 8 IT II 8 C It 11' T I O M P It t C B . (WITHIN TUB COUNTT.) One Year ft 2 Uix Months, 75 (OUT OF THB COUNTT.) One Year, (Postase Included) 1 BO 8ix Mouths, (Postage lucluded) 86 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. ATTRACTION. Attraction Is a cnrlous power, That none can understand Its Influence Is everywhere In water, atr, and land ( It keeps the earth compact and tight, As though strong bolts were through It, And, what Is more mysterious yet, It binds us mortals to It. Ton throw a stone up In the air, And down It comes kcr-whnck ; The centrifugal cast It up The centripetal back. My eyes ) I can't discover how One object 'tracts another ; Unless they love each other, like A sister and a brother. I know the compas...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 December 1879

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1ELD, PA. DECEMHEll 30, 1879. Uncle Dan's Advice. EDWAUD STONE etood Impatiently upon the top atep of Uncle Dan's stately residence. There tvas not the faintest sign of life anywhere around the whole front part of the house was closed and darkened ; and having rung several times without eliciting any re pnuBe, he was about to conclude that there was no one within hearing, when a head wns thurst out of the upper win down. ' Young tnun, go round to the side donr." Considerably sUirtled by this unex. ected address, the young man obeyed. Vpon the porch, blushing away the leaves that covered It, was a young girl of fifteen. She looked very pretty as he stood there, the bright autumnal sunshine falling on the round white arms and uncovered head. Setting down her broom, she ushered him into a medium sized, plainly fur nished room, which gave no indication of the reputed wealth of Its owner. The young man took a seat, brushed a few flecks of dust from the lapel of his c...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 December 1879

THE TIMES. NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., DECEMBER 30, 1879. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARHANORMENTOF PASSENGEK THAIN8 OCTOBER 6th, 1870. Trains l.care Harrlsbura; as Follows : For Now York via Allentown, at J.S0, 8.05 a. m. For View York via " Bound Brook Route," 8.20, I.P6 a. in. ami 1.4A p. m. . , For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 803, 9.55 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. For Heading, at 5.2n,8.05, 9.55 a. m 1.45,4.00,and 8.0H p. in. . ... For PotUvllle. at 5.20, 8 05 a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via Bchuylklll and Hiuquehauua Branch at 2.40 p.m. For Auburn, 6.ao a. in. For Lancaster and Columbia, 6.20, 8.05 a. m. and 4.00 p. in. . . .. For Allentown, at 5.20, 8 05, 9.55 a.m., 145 and 4.00 p. Bl. . The 8 05 a. m. and 1.4ft p. m. trains have through earn for New York. The 6.20 train has through cars for Philadel phia. The 5.20. 8.06 a. in. and 1.45 p. m.. make clcne connection at Heading with Main 1.1 no trains having through cars for New York, via "Hound Brook Koute." SUNDAYS i For New Yor...

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

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. DECEMBER 30, 1879- TH E TIMES. New Moomfleld, Dec. 30, 1879. NOT1UK TO ADVBHTISBIIS. Ho Out or Stereotype "HI be Inserted In tUii paper nnlees Unlit faoe and on uiolal hue. M""rnnty per rout, in pterin of regular rates, will beohanred for advertisements opt In lnmble Column. NOTICK TO SUIIMIRIBERK. I, noli at the nVnrcs on the label of your paper. ThoncilKiirop tfll vnu tun dnte In which your sub" acrlplloii I nnlil. within weoke alter money la sent, see If the date la chanired. No other receipt Is necessary. Which do You Want? We have made arrangements to fur nlsu our subscribers Beveral other Peri odicals at the following prices : rVlentllln American unci THE Timm, K 80 Oodey's Lady's Book " " . ' 3 ;0 Peterson's Magazine " " " 8 HO Am'can Aurlrnl'mt " " " 2 0 Ballou's Magazine ' " 2 W Wide Awake " " 00 Baby Land, " " " TfJ H. Nicholas .3 10 Demmest's Magazine with Premium and Tub Times, 8 60 Extortion at Chicago. The Chlcagoans liave secured the l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 December 1879

THK TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., DECEMBER 30, 1879. TIMES. lotli ;l)cpirtncit. PENNSYLVANIA &. B.-MIDDLE DIVISION. On ami al t N'lv. lo'li, IH7P, Train run follow! ; WKSTWAltU. KASTWAIU). I'HlNOtl-Al. HTA'riOKa. Mall Atl'. lii. MAN. Aoo. 1'a.w SIS! lP'UI IT'U 1.x. Tr'u .8-ttl riiilailelhla, ItarrlauiirK, KoekYlIlp, Maryavilln, liiim-auiiou. Hally Newport . MlllerMnwii, Ttinmiinimt'ii. MoxliMt, Port II iyl.... UIIHIll I.ewlstiiwn J., Mil 'P.M. 1:00 A.M. S.Oi P.M. S.Olt .4l) 8J I i m P.M. . IS t.61'1 A.M. H.iiO 4t a. M am 7.47 7..U ns 7 00 a 4i did I.IJI S.IUI .80 I. Ho 1.17 I. II .4:1 .M .IH III. M J.WUO.Il' 1.9 S.M 3.4; l. in S.IH ri.:ir m.v4 ii.ii ii-ex II. 411 II lo ll. it4 1.01 lO.ilSi III. II J.?.'! S.M M 4.M- 7.07 v.IWi S.IHi tin S.H1 0.41) 7.2H 7.4U .I3 H. II7 I. 42 II. U 4 SI 4.11 S.i7 9.S" P.M. IU.U" 10. W 11.19 11. 3 19.11 LIS I.M P.M. ;0! K 'II .15 4.01! 4. Si s.iu! 7.8u, a.k .sniun-aon a,... c Veytown ... N. Hiimiltnu, . If untlinrtloii,.. Tyroitii Ut'lOUA PlTTSiiCKiil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 December 1879

THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1ELI), FA.. DECEMBER 30, 1870. ) i Ijc jloomficftr (pmcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Hints on Cooking Poultry. Steaming Is preferable to bolllngr, for tough fowls. Itemove the threads be fore sending rousts fowls to the table. In winter kill the poultry three days to a week before cooking. 'Poultry and game are less nutritious, but more diges tible than other meats. Hinge with al cohol Instead of paper a teaspoonful is Bultlclent for either turkey or chicken. Itemember, much of the skill of cook ing poultry In the beBt manner depends upon basting faithfully. To give roast birds a frothy appearance, dredge, Just before they are done, with flour and baste liberally with melted butter. "When onions are added to stuffing, chop them so fine that In eating the mixture one does not detect their presence by 'biting in apiece. Ladies doing their market ing will do well to remember that young poultry may be told by the tip of the breast bone being soft, and easily bent betwee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 December 1879

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MFIEL1). PA., DECEMBER 30, 1870. Professional Curds. r K. JUNKIN. Attorney at-Law. Naw lll.u.mllnl.l I'MrfT CO., rli -Omc-Next dour to the residence of Judge Juukln. AM. MARKKL. Attorneyat-Law, New Moomneld, Perry comity, T. i-"OlHce opposite the Mnlun House, BDd three doors east of the Post-OUlc. T KW19 l'OXTKU. ATTOKNKY AT l.AW NBWBLOOMFIELI), PEltRY CO., PA. -Olalms promptly secured oolleoted Writings aud all legal business oarefullyal tend ed to. y' 0" U AJILK3 11. BMltKY, Attorney at Law. New Uloomlleld. Perry Co. Pa. ,r-OmtJe two doors e.nt ol Joseph Hm Hi's hotel. (August 2, 1S72 "llTMA.HlHtNHI.Krt, Attorney-at-Law. W Utllee adjoining III resfdenoe, on East Main street, New Uloomlleld, Perry oo.,Pa. 82 ly AITM. N. HE1BEKT, Attorney-at-Law, VV New Uloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. Uloomlleld, 8331V. LEWIS POTT Ell, notaht PUBLIC, Naw Hloom. Ueld, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, llonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All Kinds ot Pension a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 December 1879

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. DECEMBER 30, 1879. A SINGULAR CHURCH SCENE. A Pittsburgh dispatch dated 23 nd Inst., Ajra : The people of this city are in a fe ver of excitement to-day, owing to a flail, cuff flu,hl which took place la the First Re formed Presbyterian church last night. Home weeks ago the congregation voted for A pastor, Rot. Nevln Woodslde being chosen. A. majority of trustees charged that his selection was the result of illegal votes. A majority of the congregation were determined thBt Woodtiide should be retained. Last night the quarrel oulmlna ted In a fieo fight. Uoth faction were present lu full force. Woodslde wanted to preach, hut his opponents had another cleigymiui whom tliey wished to preach. Moth parsons waxed hut, and a sciimmnge oocuried for possession of the pulpit. A general fight, which was thickest around the altar, then took place, and lasted a quarter of nn hour. The police finally quelled the riot, but not before a number of people hud their arm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

J . "-' 'hi- JMU'i li 3 if $ ppsiisiiiii VOL. XtV THE.TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED KVEKT TUESDAY BT F. M011TB1ER & CO. SlTBSCRll'TIUM 1 It I V J . (WITHIN TIIB COUNTY.) One Year II 2 Hlx Months 7 (OUT Or THB COCNTT.) One Year, (Potapre Included) tl N) Six Mouths, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I r Advertising rales furnished upon appli cation. The Battle for the Cedars. 1JY PKESRLY V. MOHTUK. j W 1 1 1. Dr. Cower, i CONTISITB. say t hut I am," said rubbing liia head as though he were trying to remember something that had slipped his recollec tion. "Massa Cashel," interrupted Sant, glad that he could at lust impart some information, " dot dar lawyer had been here three or four times since you had been sick." "Oh, I remember, now," said Dr. Gower. "The man was heie wanting to see you, but I positively forbade it each time. The last time, I gave him a glimpse of you, and I think he went away satisfied that it was useless to talk about Interviewi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JANUA11Y 0, 1880. TilK MISSING HUSBAND; OK, Christmas at Mud Flat. SHE HAD been lu camp four days. Where the came from, why she o'-ime, or who she was, no one could tell. Jiut she was In camp, and had come to tay there was no doubt. She was quiet, modest and simply clad three qualities which commended her to the residents of Mud Flat a a change in the kind of women who from time to time invaded the precincts of that classic settlement. Nor were these the only points which had been noted by the boys. As Andy MeCorkle had gallantly handed her from the lower step of his mud-bespattered coach to the portleo of the hotel everybody saw that she clung couvul elvely to the little child whose arms were twined about her neck. They observed, also, that her features weie pale and bloodless to an extent that was almost pitiful. By that delicate intui tion which somtlmes exists under the roughest exteriors, the sturdy miners of Mud Flat understood that the strange l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

TllK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUARY 0, 1880. a RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. A -lit INCREMENT OF PASSKNOEKTBAm8 NOVEMBER lOUi, 1870. Trains LcaVe Harrlsburg ns Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 6.15, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. . , Kor New York Via Philadelphia and "Bound BrooK Houte," a.2u, (Fast Exp.) B.65 a. m. Bud 1.45 p. in. l'liroiiiili car arrives In New York at 12 noon. Kor fliliadi'liliia, at 5.1ft. 6.20 (Fast Exp) 8.05, 9.55 a. in.. 1.4ft and 4.UU p. m For KeadliiK, at iMft, 8.20 (Fast Exp.) 8.05, 9.65 a. in., 1.4.,4.oii, and 8.08 p. ni. For FottHirille. at 5.15. 8. o a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via bchuvlklll and Susiiuehauna Brunch at 2.40 p. m. For auburn, via Bchuylklll and Susquehanna Branch at o.3o a. in. For Lancaster aud Columbia, 5.15, 8.08 a. m. and l.oo p. in. For Allentown, at 6.15, 8 05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. m. The 6.15, 8.05 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cur fnrjew I oi k. Th 8.00 train has through cars (or Philadel phi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. JANUARY 0, 1880. THE TIMES. Jfetv liloomfteld, Jan. (I, l&fiO. NOTIl'K TO AMVKIITI8KHS. Ho Ont orRterentrim will he Inserted In this paper nnlees light far and ou llielal base. irTwml)' percent . uieirena of regular rates, will b charged for advertlaenienta satin Double Uoliimu. NOTIt'R TO tslIlim'HIBER. I.nnh it th figures nil the label of your paper. Thoni'i KiirHtll von Hie ilnte in ftrinrii r sun rl'lpllnn lapnltl Within a weeks after money I. sent, see. II tin p data In elianged. Mu uthor receipt ! neoeesarv. Is THElHte war our nation is Bald to have sac rl (Iced more than a million of lives and three lillllons of dollars. To support the liquor traffic, It Is comput ed, from authentic, souees, that the peo ple of the United Htates expend annually six hundred mlllons of dollars, and waste untold wealth besides by the im poverishment of her citizens and the de struction of their health. An announcement of interest to archie ologlnts Is made ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

THE TIMES, NEW fiLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 0, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. L(OCiil 1)cpartiic;it. PENN3TL'AWIA a. 3.-MIIJDLB DIVISION. Ou aitilalici Nov. IU: It. I87P, Trains mini follows i WKHTWAIll). fcASTWAHb. Wayl (l.illiAi'f. Pass Tr'UiTr'n IMllNclrAl. H r.TIUNS. lMiUauVlplii'aT' ffHt-rtHbni-Ki Unckvillt', Marysvllle, Dll llflMllllOtli llaily'a Newport, Mllleriitowu, Tlloinimout'u. Meslc. Port It i ai.... Mifflin I.eWlM. iwn J., Aiulcraoii's.... .rnniMiilliAtl'.i Miri. Aon. K. Tr'n Kt. II. XI MjI BIW A. U P.M. P.M.; P.M. I. mi 1.17 I. II P.M. If. M s.lki I. an .ou S.4tl 8.BJ t IS" s.sa 1.in lu.m J.M- 1.13 S.W S.HH. t.Ml .III) I. IK 1.41 i.M, B6 ft US 8.11 7.47 7.IU J 111 7 IKI 8 40 HIM I. Ml 1. 11 .w: 1.4; 111 to 7. HI) III.' VIM l'i..4 IJ.ll t.iu S.&6 U.i7 I.M 8.41! .! 9.1" il.la .M7 S..SI 9.01 T. IU 7.38 II. W S.tll 10.40: I. !' T.4i 8.JII T.fc! II. II UK ii m 1 .04 (It.W III II o.l .5I 8. If. .M. l.'l! 1.66 : 4.24 1 t.H-'i ., D.imI 7.' s.4a II. It 11.31 IS. 1 4 McVeytmvu... N. (i u ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

0. THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. .TANUAltY G, 1880. ljc IoontficItr hnts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Ashes for Apple Trees. When apple or pear trees become di seased from being planted In unfavorable or 111 prepared soil, or from a lack of food, they are very certain to be ati tacked by Insects, which If they were In a healthy condition would probably be unknown. Certain washes, such as lye, (a solution of potash,) have been applied ' with success In destroying these Insects and restoring the tree to health. But for our own practice we have for the last two year applied a much simpler reme dy with more success, and it causes the old dead bark the chosen hiding-places of Insects, to cleave off, leaving in Its place a smooth healthy surface. This is simply after a rain and while the bark is yet wet, to throw on dry wood ashes until the capacity of retention is full. If rain soon follows the strength of the ashes is carried into every cranny of the bark, and the effect is working cleanl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

NEW ULOOMFIELD. PA., .TANUAltY 0. 1880. Professional Cards. Philadelphia Advertisements. TILE TIMES, r JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Lar, New BioomHeld, Perry en., Fa. Ofuca Next Uoor to the residence (Judge Juukln. ft AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloonilleld, Perry oounty, Pa. t-f Oilloa opposite tha Munition House, and thro doors east of the Post-OUlce. T BWIS l'OTTKH, XA ATTOttNBV AT 1AW, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PERRY CO., PA. Claims promptly seonred collected Wrltlngsaud all Usual business carefully attend ed to dilyl CHARLES U. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloonilleld, Perry Co. Pa. A-OIUje two doors e,nt of Joseph Hmllli's Hotel. . . t August 2, 1872 HTM. A. BPON8LEB, Attorney-at-Law, W otllce adjolnlno; Ills resldenoe, on East 4talnstreet, New Bloonifleld. Perry oo., Pa. 3ii ly "iHTM. N. HE1HERT, Attorney-at-Law, VV New Blootntleld, Perry eo., Pa. Bloomaeld,S331v. T JfWISPOTTEIl, notart PUBLIC, New Bloom. JLJ new, rerryjo.,ra. Deeds, llonds, Moi-tHaiies nd Leases carefully prepared and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 January 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA.. JANUARY 0, 1880. An Appalling Disaster. London, Deo. Si), 4 A. M. A portion of the bridge Across the Frilti-of-Tny was blown down wlillo a trniu from Edinburgh to Dundee wits crossing at 7,14 o'clock Inst night. Tire gale was so strong that steam boats were unable to teach the scene of the disaster J but several mail bags have Amen, washed asl)oie four miles from the ibridge and thine is no doubt Unit the train is In the water. The passengers who are certainly all drowned, are variously estima ted at from 100 to 200 lu number. Tlio train loft Edinburgh at 4: 1.1 iu the afternoon. It consisted of four third class , ars, one first class, and one second-class ud a biabemau's van. At the last station before enteiing the bridge, tickets were, lakeu, and the trniu was then ciowded. Vast quantities of wreckage, such as doors, aud roofs of carriages, pieces of the bridge, aud articles of wearing apparel, ate coming ashore. The entire l'J girders of the loug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 January 1880

1 H i 1 ...-; tin 1 l n. v.:, n v!'j!iihii iiiHul4!!l!'ffiMM' .fjrsrf . ft 1 174 wsrtn a-si c?,rT9s ts-y j& .1(3 I psa VOL. XIV THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUMJSIISD B VERT TUR3DAY BT F. MOliTMEIi & CO. 8 U II S C H 1 1' T I O N J" It I C K . (WITHIN THB C0UNTT.) One Year 1 2 Six Mouths 75 (OUT Of TII1I COUNTY.) One Year. (Postage Included) II SO Six Months. (Postage Included) 85 Invariably in Advance I 1- Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. The Battle for the Cedars. jiy rnF.ssr.Y v. mokrih. coMixrmi. DO not kuow," was the answer. Whut did he want?" Evans continued. Evans was rarely so curious about stranger? ; but something seemed to prompt him to usk questions about Vic tor. "He was merely making some In quiries about the C'ashel suit," said Douglass. " What did he say about that ?" The clerk hesitated, for lie did not like Evans, and had no desire to utter a sentence that would benefit him any ; but he concluded that nothing could be wade ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 January 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA. JANUA11Y 13 1880. A Startling Adventure. DU. KLISItA HARMS, late Regis, trar or Vital Htatlstlos In New York, Ami now Secretary of the Prison Assocl atlon or Unit city, made a special study of mysterious cases of supposed suicide for .war, ami in a conversation with the writer di'claicd his belief that a large )roHiiilon oT the canes of mysterious dcai I?.- Unit go on the records of the city as MiiiriiU's wi re really skillfully planned inuiili ix I'.y (iiikh of men and woman whi m;il;e murder and robbery a busi ness. Along I lie streets bordering upon the river, or In adjacent streets, such as Wuicraiid flurry, are located many Vile IkIIs. nvcftljiations made in a very large number of oases where, bod les.have been found floating in the water showed that the victim were last seen alive In the company of female frequenters of these hells of the metropolis or In the dunce- houses. In most cases or this kind no valuables r any account were found upon i h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 January 1880

Tllti TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUARY 13, 1880. r R A I L n O A D S . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R.' AUK YNflKMKNTOF PA88ENG ER THA1N8 KOTEMBElTToth, 1870. Trains l.eare Hun Isburg as Follows : Fur New York via Allentown, at 6.15, 8.06 a. m. ml 1 45 p. m. For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Houte," (.2o, it'ast Kxu.) 8.S5 a. m. aud 1.45 . in. ThrotiRh car arrives In New York at JJ noon. For Philadelphia, at ft.ln, ,.& (Fast lUp) 8.05, .55 a. m., 1.45 and 4uu p. in For Keartlnn, at I5. S.20 (Fftit Exp.) 8 0S, 9.58 a. m.. 1.4A,4.ui, and 8.09 p. m. For Pott.svillei. at 6.15, 8.u, a. m. and 4.00 p m., and via tsvhulklll ami Susquehanna Bianch at 2.4u p. in. For auburn, via Schuylkill and (Susquehanna Branch at .30 a. in. For Lancaster aud Columbia, 8.15, 8.06 a m. and 4.00 p. in. , For Allentown, at 6.15, 8 05, 9.55 a. hi., 145 and 4.00 p. HI. '1 lie f.i. 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cms for few oik. The 8 uo train has through cars for Philadel phia ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 January 1880

4 THE TIMES. Mew liloomflehl, Jan. Hi, lHfiO, i NOTICK TO AtlVKItTISKHS. No Out nr Rterrotnis will tw Inserted In this inmr nnlrtwltirhtfaoiiaml ou metal bass. ' lr"twptity por omit, m (ixockb of rKtilnr rati", will beahsnrpil tnrailvertlArttmmta act In LioubleOoluimsjk NOTICK TO Hl'HSCIMnF.R. t.nnk at the ftirnrps nn Ilia lahnl of vour tiir, ThoHnVnrt'H t,-ll votnlin rinfeto which ynriib rrlpllon la nnlil. Within 9 weoka altir money la sunt, aco If tli date la nhanged. No other rfoalpt la utHjromary. The Effct'ts of Hlrjh Prices. Hon. Hugh McCullough, a former Secretary or the Treasury, thinks the re cent advance In the prices of nearly all kimls of American goods an advance which In rapidity and extent Is without example even In the United States, Is most Injuriously affecting our foreign trade, upon which the country moat largely depends for permaneut prosperi ty. By reason of this ad vance so much more rapid has it been than In Great Brltlan many orders from South Amer ica for U...

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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