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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

. -jjr . mil' m..v n. k. ae i i ii - i ik- x v v -nr. VOL. XIV. NEW Br.OOMFI333Xir, iP.A.., TUESDAY, MA.HOII i), 1880. NO. 11. UOttl fca I I I lift C: THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IB P0BLI8HHD BVBRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & 00. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) l 80 Hlx Mouths " " 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In Advance. a discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When raid In Advance, $1.25 Per Year, Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. fteledt Poetry. MARY'S GOAT. Mary bad a William goat, And he was black as Jet He followed Mary 'round all day, And liked hert you Just bet! He went with ber to school one day The teacher kicked him out It made the children grin, you know, To have that goat about. But though old Whack'em kicked him out, Yet still he lingered near ; He waited Just outside the door Till Whack'em did appear. Then William ran to meet that man He ran his level best t ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFlELl), PA. MAKCli 9. 1880. Lifo in Brittany. fyitE GREAT attraction of Brittany A Is " the peasantry," and no wonder for they ana quite tui generis, quite dif ferent from all other populations. They combine the sombre, taciturn nature of the Spaniard with the droll, wild life of the Irish. It Is difficult to understand how the same people can be silent and noisy reserved and running over with Jollity. Yet so It Is. There must be a strain of tiger In a population which could amuse ltnelf as lately as 1847 In cutting the life out of friends with a whip made after this fashion; Lash, eighteen feet long, swelling at a little distance from the handle to the thick' ness of a man's arm, from whence It tapered to a twisted and strongly knot ted end, made more like a knife by the help of a mixture of glue. This play thing was fixed upon a strong, stiff tlcls and often not only cut a man into tenks, but sometimes cut out the life of him at a single Btroke. Yet a local his...

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. — 9 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1'A.., MARCH 9, 1880. 3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R .VHHA.NO KM ENT OF FASBENGEHTRAIN8 NOVEMUErToIIi, 1870. Trains Leare llarrlsburg nil Follows : For New York via Allentowu, at 6.15, 8.05 a. m. anil 1,4ft p. m. . . Kor New Vork via riill.ulelplila and "Bound Brook itoute," "B.2v, (Past lix.) 8,j a. 111. and ' Throiiiili cur arrlvei In New York at 12 noon. For I'lilladHlphlft, at 6.16, tt.lij (Past Kxp) S.Uft, .Ma. m., 1.46 and 4.IH) p. in. ,.... Kor KeadliiK, at 6.16. H.ao Fast Exp.) 8 05, 9.68 a. in., 1.45,4.in, and 8.W p. III. For rottsvllle. at 6.1 s in a. m. and 4. no p. in.. Bud via Bolmylklll and Susquehanna ltrumdi at "'For' Auburn, via Schuylkill and Busiiuelianna Branch at 6.:o a. in. ,;.,. , Fur Lancaster and Columbia, 6.15, 8.05 a ni. and Tor'AHentovfn,atS.15, 8 05, 9.66 a. m., 1 46 and 4.00 p. m. . The MA, 8.06 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have throuKh cam (or New Vork. The 8.00 train lias through oars for rlillndel- 'I'lii l.rfl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

TIIH TIMES, NEW 1U.O0MF1EL1), l'A. MAHClt 0. I860. THE TIMES. New Itloomteltt, March V, 1SHO. NUTICK TO ADVKIITISKU. No Out orHlinntj i will Im Inserted 111 this paper QIlltWH llvllt face Mid nil llll'tHl bSSO. tSfTwmitjr pur oiMir. In oirNR of rtrulr rstn. will bolmrKJliirailverllmiciili ntlu IxiulxrOoliiinn. NOTM'R T fMMIMCHIRKItrt. l.notist th lltmrMi nn thn tntil of ymir paper. ttawi 'tlKiiri'B tnll vnu t li p ilnte In w lilrli voiii'kiiIi et'lpilnn Upnlit. Wllhlii I weeks slier money li mil, see If tlia data It disused. Nu other rtmolpt la necessary. Tim btouM of Friday lust extended overa mrpat iiart ' of the country. At Cleveland, Indianapolis, Toledo and at many other places consltlernlile damnge was done, Hon. Edwaui) Mt TiiKitRON, lias severed Ms connection with the Phlla delphla VcM, for the yuriiose of accept ing the Secretaryship of the National Republican Committee. The House Committee on Coinage has agreed to report a bill to retire the trade dollar. It Is time this w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

THK TIMES, NEW RLOOM FIELD, I'A., MAHOII 0, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. It-o&il rDciicit'tncrt. . PENNSYLVANIA B. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ami fter Nov. loili, lV(tp Trin run as follows WtCHTWAHO. EASTWARD. j'lid Mull Atr. Mm. Ex. Tr'u Kx. A co. . 4'l B :00 P.M. P.M. p.M, A.W.. 1.17 f.C B.4 1.11 7.M 8 ill ID.tUI T.IM Id.' 8.l is.'is i.u: 74' H.i!4 6.M SH t M la. ii .4 7 in II. W S.ltt J 11.411 S.IH 8 411 nun 4.13 : 11.144 It. (17 0.19 t.K II. 04 .4'J S.fci I0.8K I II B.S5 III. 1 1 4 (II P.8H 4.17 T.m! S.M H.97 61 S.lfi 9. tl Il.t5i .M. P.M. P.M ' 7:4U l:lo wriMii(i;Apc.i 1'MinmrAL 8rrioNH. I'Assiir'ii rr'ii 19 .mi R (HI P.M. t'lilluilflylila, rfnrrlsburir, llockvllle, . Msrvsvllls. A. M D.IHIi f.tul 8.19 1 .80, P. V. .( l.ftl. 1.4.1 I. SO s.ftl l.w s.iw s.i S.IH t.m i hi 1.8.V Dum'snuou, Daily's, Newport,.,.... Mtllorstnwn, Thnmpsuut'u. Moiloo,.. l'ort Kovai.,.. Mlirlln t.SWlrfltlWU J.( Anderson's,.,. McVrytown ,.. N. Hamilton, . KiintiiiKtlon,., Tyrone Alton tut 1.47 ,()! 7.111 .:n fun P....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), VA ., MAltCll f), 1880. HOUSE, FARM ANDmGARDEN. Cattle liaising In Wyoming. ' A eorrenpon)ent of a Chicago paper, writing from Cheyenne, Vyomlng,glves an interesting statement of thecoBtond profit of Block raising In Hint Territory. He saye that a liortl of 1,000 Texas cows and 40 short horn 111118 cost, at a liberal estimate, $15,000. in five years the liatr ural Increase gives 6000 head of cattle, old and young, worth not less than $70, 0(0. Five men, lncldlng the foreman of the ranch, are sufficient to take care of 4,000 cattle. A good foreman can com. tnand $75 per month. An ordinary herder receives $35 per month. The oet of necessary ranch buildings Is triflng. The total expense of a herd of the number above mentioned for five years may be placed at $35,000, this in eluding a contingent loss of five per cent, of the cattle, leaving a oet profit of $10, 000 on the $15,0C0 invested five years be fore. The cattle buslneos in Wyoming is very large and rap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD. PA., MARCH 9. 1880. 7 Professional Cards. Jit. J UN KIN. Attorney at-I.aw, New Bloomlleld. I'arrvco.. Fa Office Next door to the residence of Judge juuain. tan AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, Now It oomlleld. Ferrvoounty. Pa NT OlDoa opposite the Mansion Uoune.aud tore doors east or tne rost-uiuce. T EW1S roXTKlt, TTOIIXEY AT UW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FEKRY CO., PA. a-CI alms nrnmntlv secured collected Writings aud all legal business carefullyatteud- eaio. otji C1HAHLE8 II. RMILE Y, Attorney at Law. I New HloomHeld. Perrv Co. Pa, V Olllce two doors east o( Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872, 1TTM. A. 8PON8LEH. Attorney-at-Law. Ty Ofllce adjoining Ills residence, on East Malnstreet, New Itloomlleld, Perry co., Pa. 821y TITM. N. SEIBRUT, Attorney-at Law, YV NewBloomlleld, Perryoo.,Pa. Bloomfleld, 3 33 It. TEWI8 POTTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, New Bloom 1 Mal.1 P.v.ar,i Va Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of Pension ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 March 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA.. MAltCIl .), 1880. A Woman' Ingenuity. A New York lady was leturnlng from a matinee nt Wallack's, ono Suturdny after noon, when she lind bur Bilk (hens Dear ly ruined by the ppntterlngs from a street. HweoplnR niachliio. Bbe indignantly told tier friends she could Invent a bettor street nweqpr than that borself, and In spite of their lidloule did no. Bbe had no end of trouble fretting a model made. The work men laughed at and imposed upon hor, charging her exborbltant prices for every thing. She sent a pattern to a tinsmith, and he sent the duplicate nn inch shorter. The second time be made it an inch lon ger. Thon be wanted to know what the thing was Tor, anyway, and said be didn't suppose It would make any difference If It wasn't exactly llko the pattern. The in ventor teld him to mind bis own business ; when be filled her order she would pay bis bill. At the end of a year from the time' of her silk-dress mishap the model was done. Klio has patente...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

If Si 7 I. a . '.V ; i T i ; . a IJT,1 1 I 1 1 til rC, I ft VOL. XIV N"EW BLOOMFIELD, IPA., TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1880. NO. 12. fl-N Nit ill THE TIMES. ku Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBUBlfBD IVIRT TUB8D1T BT F. MORTIMER & CO. T1511MS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Pontage Free) 81 SO 8lx Mouths " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In AnvAKCE. a Discount of 2S Cents will bemaile from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Tald in Advance, 91.25 Ter Year. V Advertising rates furnished uponappll-eatloo. A STRANGE MISTAKE. CONCLUDED. SHE made no answer; Indeed, he gave her no time, but went on : " I have been all the week at Milford, attending court, and have gained my case. My farm la my own at last, and I am an Independent man." Bhe murmured some half Inaudible expression of pleasure at the result. 41 Lizzie," he said, stopping suddenly and taking her hand In his, " there is only one thing I want to make me the happiest man in Bayfield. I want...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

THK TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. MAltCH 10, 1880. Proposing to the Wrong Girl. I WAS a young surgeon, Just free from college and walking the hospitals, when I got my flif t practice In the little town of Dunfleld. Dr. Thompson, of the place, was au old friend of ray father's, and It was arranged that I bhould aslst hlin with an ultimate view to the whole practice. It was a good look-out for a young man just be ginning life. Above all as my friends vehemently prophesied, "Thompson can't possibly live another ten years you know." Bo with many pleasaut dreams about dead men's shoes and other cheerful subjects, I moved myself and dry goods and chattels to W shire. Most naturally I had ft good deal of curiosity as to my new friend's patients. Mine was. a sociable temperament; and as I had about two hundred and fifty pounds a year of my own, in addition to w hat l)r. Thompson was to give me, I fancied I was already In a position to liuve a little home and a wife of my own, provided of cour...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

mi at d iwfBm nut it ti M rinrtutTr t" MWiiimMMr-BMWi,ii,rirhnrw-TTiMji ririi mimi 0 mi .nrmTu iiiiimiir immntiimmn nil t rnt "fr THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAHCIIKJ, 1880. ii RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARttANOEMENTOF PABSENGEK TRAINS NOVEMBElTToih, 1879. .Trains Leave Hnrrlsbiirg on Follows t For New York via Allentown, at 6. IS, 8.05 a. m. and 1 .4.1 p. m. . . . . Kor Nmv York via Philadelphia and ''Bound Brook Houte," it.2u, (Ka.it Kip.) 8.05 a. ni. mid 'TViroiigh par arrives In New York at 12 noon. For l'hliailelphia, at 6.15, 6.2u (Kant Exp) 8.05, 9.55 a. m., 1.45 and 4. (to p. m. , ForKiiadli)R.at5.15.ft.3)(Fa9t Exp.) 8 06, 9.55 a. m., 1.4:4.ijh, and 8.iM) p. in. For Pottsvllle. at 5.15, 8.05 . m. and 4.00 p. m., and via BcliuylktU and Husqueluunia Hiauuh at 2.40 p. m. For Aiilmrn, via Schuylkill and Busipiehanna Branch at 6.80 a.m. For Lancaster and Columbia, 6. 15, 8.05 a In. and 4.00 p. in. For Allentown, at 6.15, 8.05, 9.65 a, m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. mi. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

Till! TIMES, NEW 1IU)0MFIUM, l'A. MA11CII 10. I860. THE TIMES. New Jtloom field, March JO, JSSO. NOTIUK TO AnVKIlTISEIlS. . Ho Out nr Rtfrontvpr will he inserted In this imprr nnlMR llvht face mid ou raetsl buo. t"Twenty fwr rent, in xtcmm of ronnlsr rtti, will bohndtorsilvertlsimieuui letln DuiililoMoliiiun. NOTICK TO tsIMMCItlBEIta. I.nnh at thn nnre on the libel of vnur pirr. ThnmfliriiresteM you I tin ilnie In nlilrh roiii uli- ei-iptinu I nnlil. wuuin s wsof r i "j i em, sue If tuo ua dn'te Is cliniret. No other receipt linBoeMarr. In Ilarrlstmrg, last week, on calling up the bribery case, much surprise was caused by W. H. Kemble, Charles B. Halter, W. F. Itumberger, and Jesse It. Crawford entered pleas of guilty. There had been talk for several weeks that the defense had a surprise In store for the prosecution, but it was generally sup posed by those who had heard these pre dictions that some unprotected point of the commonwealth would attacked. The penalty which the act of As...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW IJLOOM FIELD, PA., MAilCJt 10, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. Io&il l)cphA'Liricit. PENNSYLVANIA B. UICDLS DIVISION. On and aftor Nor. loth, IKP, Trains run follow, i WKSTWAItK. KA8TWAHD. WavlWnlllAre. I'lUMOirAL STATIONS. i'hilaJhTaT' Harrlslmrg, ltockvllle, Muryavllte, IMlUI-lllluOtl, Unity's,-. Newport, Mlllpr.tiiwn. Mffl. Aou. Tr'nlTr'u la mi A.W ?,i0 d.4 OBJ 111 41 I.W Tie Too 8.40 8.IUI S.tf a. mi a . s. f.J t.a e ha IK I.1IP 1.81 T.4H 7.M .IH Mil O.IUII TlloltliUUt'U. Meileu... ...... Port ltoytl.... Mliriln lll.UH 1U.40 11 12 II. m ! " I.M ..' :(I6 f.UU Lawtntown J., Anderson's,.,, MflVeytown,.. N. Hninllton, . ItunMiiKdon... Tyrone AltnouA 1 no HI t.!ll -P.M.I Ui "iTTantimiii. HPlli1inr Brr leaves Harrlstmnr t 10 IS p.m. Dunraminn 10.44 (nw)i Newport 11.06 (1Ik) ud r rlv at Pllt.lmrKkt7.00 A. m. tir-Pacllle Express Wn.t will .top tt nnncaunnn at 4.6o and at Newport at 6.14 a. in., when Sawed. iar-(tonK West, tlm Way 1'ssseiurer leaves Ttnrill bnrv Dally- the other Ir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

THE TIMES NEW HLOOMFIELI), PA.. MAltCll 1(5, 1880. qht ijloomfirib ftimcs. HOUSE, JARM ANDGARDEN Potatoes and the Moon. Having made quite a upeclnlty of grow ing pntatoes fop the last thirty yenrs, I have hnd ample opportunity to look Into the peculiarities of their growth, mid they have often been very striking. One farmer will report thnt Ills heat yields are obtained by plantliigne or two eyes in a hill, while another could only get 'his maximum crop by planting large -whole potatoes, and sWU others, some .years, really do get better results by planting whole small pettutoes than from large ones cut as they usually are. One man I know, planted part of a field with a machine and ijrt by baud, all from the same pile of seed and all the same day. Those .planted by the nift. chine did much tlw best so much that 'their superiority showed very plainly all summer while growing. Some years we will see those planted extremely late doing the best, while In other years those only do well th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD. PA., MA1KJIT 16, 1880. ALL AO Professional Curds. JK. JUNKIN, Attornjr-at-I,aw, New HloomlleUl, l'erryen., F. -Office Next door to the resldeuee el Judge Junkln. 46tl AM. MAKKBL, Att.orney-al-I.sw, New llloonilield, Perry county, Pa. l-sif Olllce opposite ths Manilon liouse.and thru doors east of the Post-WUloe. J KW19 I'OTTJtlt, ATTOUNEV AT tAW, NKW BLOOMPIBLD, PKttRY. CO., FA. Claims promptly secured eolleoted Writings and all legal business oarefully at tend ed to. i'i yi OUAKLKS II. HMII.RY, Attorney at Law. New Itlnnmtleld, Perry Co. Pa. aVOfflee two doors east ol Joseph Hmlth's dotal. I August 2, 187!i. "ITTM. A.Bl'ONHt.EK, Attorneyat-I-aw, y Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New UlooniUeld, Ferry Co., Pa. 8 i ly AITM. N. HEIBF.RT. Attorney-at-Law, T V NewUloomtleld, i'eiryoo.,Pa. Hloomrteld,S331r. rKWIS POTTKll, kotabt PUDUO, New Bloom. Deeds, Uonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 March 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAKC11 10, 1880. A Farmer's Desperate Struggle. Valentine White, ft reslilotit of Bradford county, tills state, lives on a farm near wlilcl) is a douse forest, lu which bear, deer and wolf are abundant. In the rear of Mr. White's house Is a huge frame bam, with great cracks, caused by decaying boards, A few mornings ago White went out to the barn to feed his stock. As be reached the barn he heard an uuusual commotion inside. Thinking some of the auimals had broken lose, bo did not open the front door lest tbey should esonpe, but squeezed him self through a huge aparture left by a broken board. As soou as be entered tba uproar increased, and be saw in the middle of the barn floor a heifer which bad torn herself from the stanchion by main force, and broken one horn In the act. Clinging to her muzzle was a large gray wolf, with its long, sharp teeth fastened iu the ani mal's nose with a bull dog grip, while an other was trying to hamstring the poor creatu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

MMWUtftM MM IMMM 1 t VOL. XIV. ISTEW BLOOMFIELD, !P.A.S TUESDAY, MARCH 1880. NO. 131 ) r a . o . . rat THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspnper, IS PUIlLiaUBU EVEHT IUE9D1T BT F. MOIITIMEU & CO. TK1131H t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One yenr (Pontage Free) l fin 80 Six Months To Subscribers in this County Who pnv hi Advance a Discount o! 25 Cents will beimule from the above ternn, milking subscription wiililii the County, IVIicu Tald lu Advance, $1.25 Per Yenr. n- Advertising rates furnished uponappll catlon. Beledt PoetiV. THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. Those who toll to earn their bread Need not blush to own their lot They In noble footsteps tread, And a claim to live have got. Toll Is not the wage of sin, For in Eden work was given Man was made to work and win Spoils of earth and bliss of heaven. He who at the anvil stands, Striking while the iron glows, Though he works with horn; bands, Nobly strikes the ringing blows, At the loom and in the Held, ' In the shop, and on the soil, Where m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMElELl), PA. MAllClt 23. 1880. T11E SECRET CLOSET. "'OH murder, though it have no tongue, will speak with moat miraculous orRan." Id the yeur 18, John Smith I use ficticious names was Indicted for the willful luurder of Henry Thompson. The case was one of a most extraordin ary nature, and the interest excited ly It was almost unparalleled. The accused was a gentleman of considerable prop erty, residing upon his own estate. A person, suppoucd to l.e an entire strang er to him, had lute In a summer's day requested and obtained shelter and hos pitality for the night. He had, it was mipposed, after tailing some light re freshmentK, retired to bed in perfect health, requesting to be awakened at an early hour the following morning. When the servant appointed to call hliu entered the room for that purpose he was found In his room perfectly dead, and from the appearance of the body it was obvious that he had been so for many hours.' There was not the slight est mark of vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIE1I), PA., MAltCH 23, 1880. R AILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R, Atlt VN(5 EMKNT OF PASBENGEUTKaINH NOVEMBErToiIi, 1870. Trains l.onre Ilarrlsburg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 6.15, 8.03 ft. m. and 1.46 p. in. For New York via Philadelphia Mid "Bound Brook Ituute," tl.2u, (Fast lixp.) 8.6; a. 111. and 1.4 p. 111. l'limugli car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.1ft, 6.2u (Fast Exp) 8.05, 9.5 . in.. 1.45 and 4. UO p. 111. For KeiidliiK, at MS, 0.20 (Fast Exp.) 8 05, 9.65 a. m., 1.45,4.00. and 8.00 p. in. For Pottsvllle. at B.lft, 8.05 a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via bchuylklU and Busqueliauua branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn, via BchuylklU and Susquehanna Brunch at 5.30 a.m. For Lancaster and Columbia, 5.16, 8.06 a m. and 4.00 p. m. For Allentown, at 5.15, 8 05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. m. The Mf, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New oi k. Then uu train has through cars for Philadel phia. Hie 8 .05 ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 March 1880

THIS TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A. MARCH 23. 1880. ft THE TIMES. ITew Bloom fleM Man). 23, 18 SO, NP'flCK TO ADV KUT18KK9. Ho Out or Hterentyps llhe tnaatted lnthla paper nnlftna lltrlit race ana on nniai uano. 9W Twenty par rent Ik pra ef -twular rat.a, will WoharKodfor adverttaeaaouta aet&n.'LubleOoluiun. NOTU'B TO Kl'tlHCRHtERH. I.orli at the llirnroe on tli lahel of your paiwr. rhoaptlidirontfll ran th ilnte to avMrli tonrnub ' rvl Btlan In pnlil. Wllhln II wnoka alti'r nioiioy la out, If the data ta iatiau. otnor roceiin ta ueoeaaarv. Tiik Democratic tale Conventlon will he held In HarrislmrK OB the iWth of April. A Temperance State. At Bos Moluea, Iowa, last week, the House of Assembly passed tko Senate resolution for a constitutional amend ment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of spirituous and malt liquor' In that State. It will go to the next Leg islature for ratification. Squelching Kearney. ' Ban Fraktoisco, March The Po lice Judge this morning sentenced Den nis Kea...

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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