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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 February 1880

VOL. XtV. THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS PDBLISHBD EVBHT TURBDAT BT F. MORTIMER & (JO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year ( Postage Free) SI Ml hlx Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Advance a Discount of 2"5 Cents will be made from the above terms, makliiK subscription witlilu the County, M licu raid In Advance, $1.25 Per Yenr. Advertising rates furnished uponappll eatlon. The Battle for the Cedars. J1Y FHESSLY W. MOUM3. CONTINUED. THK MAN at the door wore a elpak, a fold of which was turned up about his neck, white his hat was turned down over his eyes. As It was, his face was almost entirely concealed. Entering the library, he walked delib erately to the fire, and stood quietly before it. Evidently the cold mist fall ing out-of-doors had dampened and chill ed him, and the bright blaze of the Are caused the steam to rise from his clothing. " Dismiss your servant," he said, In a deep, hoarse tone ; " I have business of importance with you." The ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 February 1880

THE TIM liS, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. FEMllJAUY 3' 1860. A Joking Ghost WHO among the thirteen young peo who Infested the Brown family rnaiiHlon Bt Newport, Rhode Island, on Oln 1st mas, was responsible for the in iroduotlon of practical Joking as an ap troprlnte method of celebrating the MetiBon Is not certainly known. By ouie it is asserted that a young broker from Wall street was the guilty person while others maintain that the first practical Joke was played by Miss Mary thrown and her sister Miss Carrie, and 4helr cousin, Miss Lucy Brown Ketch ?in. Let us be falrnilnded and generous and assume that the broking Brown was the first and chief offender. Every one w ho is familiar with the habits and cus toms of brokers Is aware that they re gard practical Jokes, such as hat smash ing and violent hustling, as the most brilliant manifestations of wit, aud if (be young broker In ruestioii did not play practical jokes on his Brown rela tives, there Is not the least doubt that he w as entir...

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. — 3 February 1880

THK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., FEMlUAllY -3, 1880. RAILROADS, 1 PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AH.liNilBMENTOF PASSENGER TRAINS NOVEMBElTToth, 1870. Trains Leave Hnrrisburg as Follow : For New York via Allentowu, at 6.15, 8.06 a. in. and 1 45 n. m. For New York via Philadelphia and "Round Brook Kuute," tf.ao, (Fast Kxu.) !.. m. and 1.45 p. m. 'Through car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For l'hliaitelihia, ntB.15, 6.2U (Fast Exp) 8.0ft, 9.55 a. in.. 1.45 and 4.UU p. in. For Heading, at 5. 15, S.M Fast Exp.) 105, 0.55 a. m., 1.45,4.uo. and 8.0s p. m. For f ottsville. at 6.15, 8.u a. m. and 4 (fl p m., and via Hcliuyiklll and Busquelianua Uiauch at 2.49 p. m. , For Auburn, via Hcliujlklll ana Susquehanna Branch at o.30 a. m. For Lancaster and Columbia, 5.15, 8.C6 a in. and 4.00 p. in. Fur A I lent own, at 5.15, 8 05, 9.55 a.m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. in. The Mo, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars fur .New I oik. The s ou train has through cars for l'hlladel phla. Tin S.i'5 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 February 1880

4 THE TIMES. New Moomfleld, Feb. 3, 1SS0. NOTICK TO AfUVBllTlfsEHS. Ho Out orHtereotype will ha tiitorted In this paper ttnlma lia-llt faoe suit on metal bane. tr Twenty peroent. in etcess of remiliir rate", will be oharweu: for advertisements settn Double Column. NOTIt'R TO tMJIIKCniltF.lt. I.nnn the DifiirM on the label of jour psper. ThimiitKiiristill vnu the rinte la frNtrn nrnh rrlptlnii Innnlil. Within I weeks ltT money l sent. If the date Is hiiKed. No other receipt li neoenaarv. In Ottawa Inst week, a supposed corpse kicked vigorously agalust the coflln as the dirt was thrown on lilm. The noise was heard by the grave dig ger, and the man wag taken out and is now recovering. He was badly scared at his narrow escape. The U. S. Government lias levied upon twenty-one locomotives belonging to the Reading railroad, for a claim of $168,000 which the Revenue department claims Is due the U. 8. as tax on script paid out by the railroad company in payment of wages. The government claim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., FEBRUA11Y 3, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA a. B.-iaDDLS DIVISION; On met alter Nut. 101 h, 1K7P, Ti-mlm run follow i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WAV VI lillAco.il pHlHOir-AL J'llH Msll Atl'. Tr'u Tr'nil Stations. Ex. Tr'u Kl. Tooj j Philadelphia, fcJ 00 r.tt. P.M.! . , . P.. ' T.H. I.m .(W HArrlslmr, t.s . IA tim 1.4.1 Ms Muclmllii, 1.17 I.S" l.tu Maryivllln, I.I 1 T.M J.iW b.f DilucAlHlOU, I8.fi:f 7.83' 10.90 il .m iiaiiy'H, ii.v, i.m .H6 Newport I 6.67 HSU i t. 7.io Mlllprstowii, IJ.Il .;; 8.01 7.S ThoinpsntU'n. UK! 3.W 1.4-1 Mnxlm I. S.l t.M 7.IW Port Royal.... Il l" H.12 9.371 n.ijo Mifflin II. 84 S.U7 IMS' 1.661 l.mviKt.iwtl J., i.U4 5.4:! 8.6,1 I Amlprnoli's,... 4.51 McVej Ii.wu,.. 10.8ft 6.14 t.M 4.5-31 N. Hamilton,.! 10.11 4 61 .(; HlllttlllKdott.J .P!' 417 T.! 84! Tyrone" , . i S.M B.37 6.M 7.SHI, AlliKilm.. ....! S.ir l.Sli t.M P.M. ! A.M. P.M. P.M. 13;6 i"ITOl)l'ItH. T:40 1:1(1 Pads 11.8(1 A. II i.lh .12 t.M P. 41) (Mi l(l.0 I0.4U 11.12 11.8-t l...

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

0 1 Newport Advertisements. JEWPORT DRUGSTORE. IS! I ! HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Origin of Wheat in America. fc'ome lime ngo we published the coin nionly recleved statements In regard to the Introduction of wheat Into'Amerlca from Europe ; but If the fact ittiterl he low be true, then wheat must have been grown In America long before the ad vent of the Spanish, EngllHh, or Dutch to this country, or even of the Norse men. It ((.generally supposed that Cor teas planted in Mexico, in 151)0, the first wheat ever grown on American boII. From Mexico, wheat was Introduced In to Peru. The English and Dutch brought it to the present limits of the United Btates at the time of their first settlements here-1007, 1014, and 1020. Now however, the story is brought for ward that wheat was known to the Mound Builders, who inhabited this country, Heaven only knows how many centuries ago, but certainly no later than the year 1000 A. D. As our readers are aware, these aborigines have left traces of their...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MKIEL1). 1AM EEMIUAUY 3, 1880. rrofosHioual Curds. J K. JUNKIN. Attorney at Law, New Hloomileld. Perry eo., Pa. niUoa Next door to the resldeuce si J udge Junkln. '' AM. MARKKL. Attorney-at-Law, ' New Hlooiulleld, Perry county, Pa. iV OiHce opposite the Mansion House. and thru doors Bunt of the Post-Wtlloe. - EWI9 l'OXTKIl, AT1UIINKY ATl-AW, , NEW IlLOOMFIELD, NCRRV CO., PA. f Claims promptly secured colleoted 'Writings and all legal business carefully attend edto. iiyi CHIARLE8 II. HMII.KY, Attorney at Law. ) New Bloomlleld, Perry Un. Pa. W Ollli!8 twa door e. of Joseph Smith's utiatol. August i, 1S7J IITM. A.SPONSLF.K, Attorney-at-Law, W Olllce adjoining hit residence, on East Malnstreet, New Bloomtleld, Perry eo., Pa. 3 ly 1TM. N. 8EIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, V NewBloomUeld, Peiryoo.,Pa. Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly. LEWIS POTT Ell, NOTaiir PUBLIC, New Bloom, held. Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Honds, Mortgages and Lease's carefully i prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 February 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A FEBRUARY 3, 1880. A Strange Surqluat Operation. Tltey nro martin", it man's left-lmnil mid dle (Inner In place or III nnw, nt Itellevne Hospital, Now York. Ho lind Imdadl ease wliloli leniloroii ttooesmirj the iomo 1 of lii Winn, mid ho didn't like tlio way people looked nt lilm In tho atrretK, so lie Askeri tho visiting miivji'oii to give lilm a now nose. Tho scur in healing hnd con. traoted hi (untitles, fityln fully. Ilia lif hand middle llnixei' wits Crimen in ice and unit, to deatroy the nail, while he was tin der the Inlluonoe of iwioithellos. The akin nan then lemovcd from the end of the Anger to about the origin of the nail the XroEen, nalllusg, (lnor already dnscilbed. Two Hups weie rained fiom the palmiite aurfaoe of tlie linger, and a allvor wire, armed with a nceillo at either end, waa passed through the end of the linger. Two Haps were also raised front the face on either sldo of tho opening of the nose, and then tho end of tho tinner waa p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

VOL. XtV. jSTISW 13LOOMFI35L33, 1JA... TUESDAY, IBRUA-ItY lO, 1880. NO. 7. THE TIMES. 4n Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED IVIRT TUB8UAT BT F. MOltTIMElt & CO. TlCl I BIN I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Tree) II M lx Months " " . 80 To Subsorlbors In this County Who pay In Advance aTUteotuit of 25 Cents will lie made from the a hove term, making subscription williln the Comity, Wkeu l'aid In Adraiice, $1.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished uponappll eatlon. The Battle for the Cedars. 11Y I'ltKSNLY W. JIOUttlK. CONTINUED. ONCE THERE, HE will claim my Inheritance. And how well he will succeed ! Who on shipboard knows aught of the history of him or me V No one! In my baggage he will find every proof that he will need to convince Btrangers that he la Lionel J Cashel I In my country there will be no one to dispute his claims. And I V Alas I I have but my diary, and a bill of exchange for a thousand dollars. These I had In an olled-skln covering, else they had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW IJLOOMFIELD, PA. FEliltUAltY 10. 1880. A Timely Arrival. I WAS left an orphan at the age of four, but wni brought up by a kind limit and uncle. My childhood paused merrily enough until I was about olght, when my uncle, hearing of the AuHtra linn gold fields, determined to Reek a fortune abroad, Instead of tolling for a mere pittance at home. Ho I was transferred to a family by the name of Graham. They were middle class, plain, homely people working goldxmlths, In fact and lived In North ampton 8(Uiire, Clerkeiiwell. They had but one child, a daughter, named Lilly, who, being only three years younger than myself, we became great friends. It was natural also that as I grew up and went proudly out to earn my few shillings a week and drew nearer to manhood, I should learn to love my pretty play fellow. Circumstances went on thus happily until I was twenty and Lilly seventeen years of age, and then a communication from my uncle In Austialla Informed me that they had a capi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

r THE TIMES, NEW RL00MFIEL1), r A.., FEBRUARY 10, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AHI14NBMKNT OF PABSENGEKTKAIN8 NOVEMISKK lOUi, 1870. Trains I.eaTe llarrlsbuis; as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 5.13, 8.05 a. m. ami 1 ,4ft p. in. . . . ,, Kor Hew York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koute," 8.2u, l Fast Exp.) 8.85 a. in. and ' tYiY oii'kIi oar arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.15, 8.2u (Fast Exp) 8.06, 9.55a. in., 1.45 aud 4.0U p. m. ,.. For Heading, at 8. lS.H.ZOt Fast Exp.) 8.03, 9.6S B. m., 1.4f,4.Uti, and s.oe p. in. For Potlsvllle. at 5.1ft. 8.oi a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via Schuylkill and BusiHiehanna Hrancn at 'l?or' Aliuurn, Via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at6.au a. m. For Lancaster and Columbla,5.1B,8.05 a m. and FoAl'lentown.atB.lS, 8.05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and 4Tlie tuS, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains havo through cars for New York. , The 8.00 train has through cars for Philadel phia. The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. in., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD. PAFfclUtUAIiY iO. 1880. THE TIMES. JVew Ji loom field, Feb, 10, 1880. NOTICK TO ADVEHTISKKS. No Gut orSturentype Willi inserted lutbts iMr Unlets light fao and nu ruUI hue. "Twnntjr per oent.. in excess of rrmilar rates, will CKonarirpainraitveruftftueiiui set id lioiibleuolnmli. NOTICE TO tlllrM III BF.lt W. I.nnk t tlm Aimre nu the label of jour psper, ThiMKitxiiriwtPlI von tlm dnte to niilrh yanrniili ftrl'lvtlnn I nnlil. Within S week. .tfci-r motiev In tent, im, If tbo (lute In ohAQKtiil. No other receipt in uecmwarv. Australians are now calculating their hurvest prospects. It sounds queer to bear of farmers calculating how their crops will turn out In February. It is now about harvest time In Austra lia. The Maine Legislature. Augusta, Me., February 8, In the house an order was passed that the com mittee on the alleged bribery of mem bers e-f this house shall be instructed to proceed at once with the investigation, and report as soon as possible. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFHiLD, PA.. FEBRUARY 10, 1880. THE TIMES. PINNSTLVANIA B. tt.-IIIDDlB DIVISION. On nd after Nov. 10th, 1(7?, Trlni ran n follows; WEBTWABD. EASTWARD. J'n Ex. Mill! Tr'ui rm. A 00. 64i 8:00 P.M. S.I6 T.tW f .M HarrlsbnrK, llw-kvtlln. Marvuville. P.M l.l lli.64 A-f . H.llt) 841 S.Ii 747 t. 7 7.00 40 t).M 1.17 III I. on t.fe 1.35 .8fi Diiuraunou, Dtilly Newport Mlllomtowii, Tlinmpaont'u. Mexico Port Royal.... Mifflin lt.sn! i.bmo.m 19 S8 19.24 IS. 1 1 I (17 I (.58 I 47 7. 10 S.4B .83 S.1B .I2 .w S.ia S.14 Hi 4.17, 8.S71 01 7.SS lltl ll.n I. Hi f.W .au 7.6'.' I.S7 I. Id' I.M II IN II. M s.ia. Leiintown 11.04 10.3 llTll 8.8 Anderson's,... McWylnwn,.. N. Hamilton,. II ntitlMKdoii,,. 11.12 11.81 I8.IS 1.15; l.ss P.M. ;06 4.54 I.Sjl I.Sol S.Sli I. St .3! I. SI l.lfi A.M. ryr s.si .if. 7.SH Mtooua 'TTTSIll'ttUII. P.M. P.M.fp.M t.lMi T:4li 1:10 WPIttsunrir Express lenves narrlshnrir at lo.lt p.m. Duncannon 10.44 (flair): Newport 11.06 (Half) aud ar rives at Pittslmrg at 7....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

"I . 0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. FEBHUAItY 10, 1880. flic fUoomfitltr Shuts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. . Rcouperatlng Worn Ground. Flow the ground In April, or first of May, and bow three-fourths bushel b.tick wheat per acre. Fit the soli thorough ly before Bowing. This crop will be In blossom In June, when It should be roll ed down and chained under as he plows. Not Inter than July 10th reduoe the sur face to a good seed bed and sow three fourths bushels buckwheat to the acre again. This crop will grow large and be In perfect blossom Boon enough to turn under and prepare the ground for wheat. I have had the second crop grow four feet high. It Is no use to tell a man to " bow clover " when land will scarcely grow buckwheat. It won't catch only In lit tle spots, and those will freeze out before attaining growth enough to plow under and do any good. I may make this ar ticle longer, but if I have my say, I want to be understood, and this matter of bringing up worn-out soil Is not ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELD. PA., FEBUUAHY 10, 1880. Professional Curds. JK.JUNKIN.iUornBy.t-Iaw, New Hloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. -omoe Next door to the resldenoe el Judge Juukln. atl AM. MARKEf,, Attorney-at-Law, Mow Hloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. i-sf Olllee opposite the Mansion Ilouae.and three doors east of tbe Fost-OUlce. T" BWla l'OXTKIt, ATTOBNEV AT LAAY) NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEltRY. CO.,rA. W Claims promptly secured collected Writings and all legal business earefullyattend edto. yi CUAHLKS U. SMILE V, Attorney at Law. New Hloomlleld, Perry Co. Fa. T Olllee two doors e.tst of Joseph Smith's hotel. (August 2, 1872 rM. A.8PONHI.KK, Attorney-at-Law, .lltlA ..ll.tliiliii. I, la voolilutlAd nt t7 d I VV VIIIVC UJOIllllM, OTIIIDIHiDi M ,,. Muinstreet, New Hloomlleld, Ferry co., Fa. Si ly YITM. N. BE1BEKT, Attorney-at-Law, V NewBlooinlleld, Perryco.,Pa. Hloomlleld, 8 331v. LEWIS P'OTTEK, notakt public, New Bloom. Held. Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, MortRiiKes and Leases carefully prepared and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 February 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, FA EEBltUAHY 10, 1880. lloccipts and Expenditures of Perry County for 1879. Wim.iam Bicf, Treasurer, in necount with the Commonwealth, from 'the 1st d;iy of January, 1879, to the 1st day of January, 1880. 1)11. 9 1)1 22 1 HI 3 29 1273 00 no oo! 30 00, (10 00 1050 00 7 20 1.122 87 i To amount outstanding tnxes 1872-78 " " assessed for 1879 ' " retailers' licenses, 1879.. " wholesale, liquor licenses 1879 To nmomit brokers' licenses, 1879.... To amount entlng home licenses,' 79. To Amount tnvem licenses, 1879 To nmonnt pnmnlilot Inws, 1879 Knlmice ilue comity Account Total !.1!I8 38 William Uit'fi, Treasurer, in account with the County of Perry, from the 1st day of January, 1879, to the 1st day of January, 1880. DR. "Ionnr'ttoulst'rig taxes, 72-74-70-77. '. 1878 i o amount assessed for 1879 T nmonnt due county necount by State ncnonut of 1878 To amount received from John It. Bodcn, former Tieasurer. To Amount temporary loans To Hinou nt receired from Coleman ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

il Ajsmm ai mm I It 'J I' l I ""51 VOL. XIV. IsTHTVV BLOOMFIELD, 1JV., TUESDAY, FEBEUAKY 17, 1880. NO. 8. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Kewspnper, IB P0BU8HBD KVERT TUBSD1T BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TKltMHt INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear ( Postage Free) 11 M six Mouths " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In AnvANre. a Discount ot 21 Onts will be made from the above term, making subscription wuhin the County, When l'uld In Advance, 91.25 Ter Year. V Advertising rates furnished uponappll eatlou. The Battle for the Cedars. BY FREBSLY '. MORRIS. CONTINUED. WE NOW return to the man left as a prisoner. Lionel Cashel became conscious of a dull sensation of pain, and then he tried to struggle loose from some power that held him In Its bonds. Was he dream ing, or was this fearful oppression real? Slowly a sense of his position came to him. He Mas not dreaming. He realized that he was awake, and bound and gagged. All about him was thick darkness. " Where am I ?" was his mental eja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

2 THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MEIEL1), PA, EEIUlUAltY 17. 1880. Mrs. Worshain's Surprise. THE FRONT door of a neat house, or uiodernte pretension., Jut outside of an Indiana town, war hastily opened as night wa coining on and a man was thrust violently Into the street, or rather the road. The man who was ejeoted was younpr, and might have heen handsome had It not been for the dissipated appearance of his dress. At the moment he was evi dently Intoxicated. The man who ejeoted him was an aged Kentleinan, whoso face was red with honest Indignation, which also ithowed itself In his voice and his language. . Albert Wakely was a lawyer of ability and promise when he married John Jlyrd's daughter Mary, although he had already contracted a fondness for drink. This passion did not abate after his marriage, but grew upon lilm, and at the birth of his boy he hud become no baiter than a loafer, sheltering himself with his wife In the house of his father. In-law, to whom his family looked for all the ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ,V It It A N (1 K M K N T 0 F PA88KNGKHTHAIN8 ' xNOVEMlJElTTotli, 1870. Trains Lcnre HarrlBburg as Follows i For New Vork via Allentown, at 8.10. s.05 a. m. ami 1.45 p. m. ... . Kor New Vork via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Houte," tf.2u, iFant JSxp.) 8.S6 a. m. aud ' 'rfiroii'dh ear arrives In New York at la noon. Kor Philadelphia, at 6.15, O.'JJ (.KasHsxp) S.0A, 1.65 a. in.. 1.45 and l.Ou p. in , . . Kor Heading, at A. 15, 9.ao( Fast Exp.) 106, 9.08 a. m., 1.4.'.,4.iki, Kiid s.n p. m. Kor PoUsville. at 6.15. g.Oi a. m. and 4.00 p. m.. and via Huliuylklll and Busiiuehauiia nrauoh at a. 4o p. m. Kor Auburn, via Schuylkill and Hnsquehanna Branch ato.Hoa.m. ...., Kor Lancaster and Columbia, S.1S, 8.06 a m. and 4. (Hi p. n. Kor Allentown, at 6.15, 8 05, 0.55 a. m., 1 45 and life 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. in. trains have throiiKli oars (or New Vork. The g oo tralu has through cars for Pblladel- ''xhi 8.C5 a. m. anil 1.45 p. in., trains make rlosn C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 February 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELI), 1'A. FEltKUAltY 17. 1880. THE TIMES. New ittoomfld, Feb, 17, tSfiO. JHOTJCK TO ADVKUT18KUK. No (! or Rtmotype will betnaortnd In tlits paper nnlMK llxht hoe aud ii irnMal bsas, wrTwnntv percent, in omen of rri-Mlur r!', wli) be oharircd for advertisements Hot In Double Ooluinii. MIT ICR TO IISl! Itl BUR. Iiinh t the niruriw ou tta label of yonr paper. Tboaetliriireatpll you I ln Am in which fwncniHi- rrlptlun l iiMld. Wllliln a reok alt.r money la ant, n If tha date In changed. No other receipt It necMHWV. Mr, Adolph Home, who recently died In Philadelphia, leaves among other legacies $10,000, to Oen. Grant. Thk GovERNon of Connecticut gives the young men of that Btate Borne good advice In regard to moving away. He advises those who have land In their own right to remain at home and in crease Its value, rather than go West and risk the development of a new country. This advice Is also applicable to Pennsylvania young men. An over loaded grain elevator at ...

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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