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

I E III' vlA 1 I 1L .it .i!;:j!l.:!:,!i::ii;iaii:illlli!;l!lIMi;:ii!ihliilW VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD,' PA., TUESDAY, APRIIj 111, 1880. NO. 1C THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBUSHBD KVBRT TUH8IUT HI F. MORTIMER & CO. TKltMHi INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One ver (Pontage Free) II M Hlx Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In AnvANrn a Discount of 2 rents will Demnitft from the nhnvn torn. Kinking subscription wltliiu the County, When l'ald in Adiance, 91.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished uponappll. atlon. THE RIVAL COUSINS; OH Frances Vaughan's Secret. CONCLUDED. ' A7E3," he replied, "you are some X what changed." But these bright eyes and this glow of Inter est belong to Frances Vaughan as I knew her." She glanced up at him. He was at tractive to women in general from the ready appreciation and kindly sympathy one read in his face. But for that it would have repelled, and even now he could easily keep persons from trespass ing upon his generosity....

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. APRIL 13, 1880. your KratuHtither whs generous enough to befriend me, which he will not do. You eau 'tune anything of your own, And imi It disgraces you without aflbrd. ing me a particle of assistance." Frances Btanhope freed herself from the clasp in which there was bo little affection. She thrust down the pang that threatened to strangle her, and .steadied her voice. ' Two months ago I thought you lov I'd me," she began, with a calmness that surprised even herself. ' I would have given my life to serve you; I did give what was of more value. I believed In you Implicitly. Anil now" " We may as well tell each other the truth," he began, sullenly, averting his fctce. "It was a foolish step, and I'm .Mirry I persuaded you to tuke It. Love iooked fair enough at VVoodlea, when v-e had nothing else to do. And If we had either of us been rich, it would have proved smooth sailing, but I couldn't do on thing with a wife here in the city. May be if you had bee...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ASttANGRMBNT OF PA88ENGFKTKA1N8 MARCH 16th, 1880. Trains Leare Harrlsbnrg as Followi : For New VorK vl Allentown. at M 0S a. m. Kor NeAvnVork via Philadelphia and "BoimiJ Brook ltoute," 6.20,Kast Jp.) 8.S5 a- m. aud ' Through ear arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.14. 6.2u JKastExp) 8.08, (through car). S.5S i, m.. 1.45 and iou p. m. ForKeadlng,at.l&,6.2i)(Fast Kp.) 8.U8. 9.B5 a. m., 1.4ft, 4.00, and 8.09 p. m. For Pottsvllle. at 5.1ft. 8.0J a. m. and 4.00 p. m and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2 For" Auburn, via Bchujlaill and Susquehanna Branch at ft.so a. m. ......... ... . For Allentown, at MS, 8 05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and ''The' "Vs. 8.05 a. m. and 1.4ft p. m. trains have through cars for New Vork.vla Allentown. The a. in. and 1.45 p. in., trains make close connection at Head Inn with Main Line trains for New Voir, via "Bound Brook ltoute." SUNDAYS : For New York, at B.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

4 THE mm NEW liLOOMFlttLl), 'PAi. ! Al'Itlli i3, 1880. THE TIMES. New IHoomfleld, April 13, 1880. NOTICE TO ADVKItTlSKHS. Wo Od orStemitypn will hMnnerted In this iar" nnlftHflliKhtfaoesnd on lnetsl base. WTTWBnty per cut. in nrcs of rcmilw rte.will bohlrtfndfi!rKrtvrtlemi'iit net In Dnnlile Column. Mr. ,1. H. Baim, Newspaper Advertising Ag't; 11 Turk Itow. (Times Building), New Yolk, is au thored to contract for advertisements jor tins paper at our best rates. MITK K TO HUHHCRIRKKS. Iieoh t Hie niftirc on the label or ynnr paper. Th'iHi'iimin'Ht.'ll vou Um ilntelo which yoni-siil rvlptton Nlinlil. Within a wefks after money Is tent, are If the Jute la chanifed. No other receipt pb neoeaiiarr. The Fugitives Surrender. On Monday of last week four of the missing " bribers" appeared at ' Harris burg nnd surrendered themselves to the sheriff. The four who appeared were Halter, Fetroff, Rumberger and Craw ford. A hearing was had In the office flf the jail and Judge Pearson admitted them ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW J3L00MFIELD, PA., Al'ltlL 13, 1880. G THE; TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA E, E.-KIDDLB DIVISION. On u! stter Nov. loth. IB7S, Trains run as follow! i WKSTWAUI). KAHTWAIU). .I'm Mull Atl Mffl. Ex. Tr'n Ex. Aflo. 4.1 8 :00 P.M. P.M. p.m. A.".. l.SH 9.16 10.Su 1.17 .M , 846 I I I 7.62 . I3.6:i t.:K td.fc) g-'J H. t.m 2 n.it S.87 . 'is Ia n .4a 7 ia 11.60 4.M " 11-s-l . MUX 4.19 S"S 11.84 6.07 .I2 ll.W 6.4; B.tnj 10, BR 1.14 B.5S 10.11 4 61 I .! 4.17 T.H 9.61 l.tl ! . C 1 1 8.16 ,.60 6.16 t.M. P.M. P.M. I 7:40 1:10; WayMn1l'Ari Pshh Tr'niTr'ui I liuiicrtrAt. STATIONS. Philadelphia, Harrl.bnrK, f t .-M T II Mstysvllle, lium-annon, lially'n Nmvport, Miller town, Thomtisont'n, Minted......... Port Knyal.... MIITMll LowlMown J., AniirHon's,.,. MrVeyfown,. 11 .BO 8 ml A. M B.IMI l.M ).() p. v. ft ml .1J I It S.1S: l.M SMI .W Alt U J 0.66 B.1H i I I. (1 81 A t.ii I0.UK IU.40 ius 1131 I8.1i 1.5ft I'M :0S SOI I.IK 3.311 1.27 J.S6 4.'a 4.6.' . an 7.4ii 7.62 N. li Ullili ton. . Hmi'intftlon.....

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

Til H TIM US, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.' AHilL 13 . 1880. 0 lormtfiiib imc5. "housm-a rmndg arden." Halter Pulling. The Idea has been advanced that halter pulling la the refill t of the horse having sometime been hurt when hitched, and, fearing reetUlon, tries to get away from any Imaginary evil. Acting on this theory, a correspondent of the N. Y. Observer made a successful trial of a counter Irritant. I take a good, well twisted cord, sightly thicker than a lead pencil, strong enough to bear some strain, and yet not so large as to prevent its stinging a little, and of sufficient length, pass it under the tail, twisting it double to secure direct pull, as It ran over the back and under the saddle, and then an end through each bit ring, making there a slip-knot, which would give at once upon tension, still keeping the cord In the ring and running it be yond, tied it tightly to the hitching post. I thus had him in fact tied up to the post by the tall. Then I tied him by the bridle rein, sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

r Professional Cards. Philadelphia AdrertlsementB. THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PAM APRIL 13, 1880. UN I It 1 5CKW I T I.I BAROAIN8 IN JR. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law. New Hloomllold, Perry CO., Pa. " Office Next door to the residence ef Judge Junklu. tfttf AM. MARKKI,, Attorney-at-l-aw, New Hloomtleld, Perry county, Pa. l-T" OtHce opposite the Mansion House. and r.hre doors east of the Fost-UUlce. JQBWIS l'OTl'KR, ATTOltNEY A-i LAW. NKW BLOOMFIELD, PKRRY CO., FA, Claims nromntlv secured collected Writings aud all legal business carefullyattend- d to. ii yl CHAKLE8 U. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Oo. Pa. sTOftloB two doors eati ol Joseph Bmlth's hotel. August 2, 1872. w M. A.8IHNHLRKAttorney-at-Law, Main street, new uiooiiinoiu.rerry co., ra. 8 a ly WM. N. 8K1BKRT, Attorney-at-Law, New Blooinllold, Perry oo.,ra. Bloomlleld, 8 33 ly. f BWI8 POTTER. NOTARY PDBLlo, New Bloom. U nein, rerry uo., i a. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 April 1880

8 THE T1MI5S, NEW LOOMHELl)f,PA. APJUL13. 1880. Rough Plan of Hazing. rouiniKRKrsiB, N.Y. April 0. At 0 'cloolc thin mnriilng Johnson U. AVhltU. Iter, a colored catlot of W8t Point, of the clam of 1H7", was fouml bmiiitl hand and foot lit his room At the barrttuks, with a jileou of one eat out oil', t ho nthur enr Hilt and liU licnd brnlHcd. He elated tlmt throe masked men nttrtuk III in while be wm In bi d, nhortly Bflr midnight, mid runimltted the deed, (loitorul Hliolleld and Commandant Lunelle are Investiga ting the ftflatr. It la believed tlmt the out rage whh ootnmlUed by outlets. A Went Point atieolal snyt the opinion lias become general among the oflluora and cadets that Whltttiker out and bound htm mcK. When Uetieral Foholleld told Whlt tnker tlmt the oflloots thought he wiw plny (ng a trick, the young limn snld tlmt the charge was Insult addiicl to Injury, and do. mantled a court of inquiry. The rcqtteat was ginnted, and tho uoui t wilt incut Fri day morning1 with open doo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

m 'Mr Hull ft VOL. XtV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, lJiS.., TUEBDAY, A.TItIT 20, 1880. NO. 17. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLlBniDIVRHT TUKBDAT BY F. MORTIMER & CO. o T1311MH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (roxtaice Free) HI Months II Wl 80 To Bubsorlbers In this County Whopny In AnvANCR sDlwntinl of JA (Vnts will nemaile from the almrn farm, nmklng Rubnorlptloii wlllilu the County, Whcu l'nld in Adrnnce, 1.85 Per Year. wr Advertising rates furnished uponapptl- tlon. THE PARTJNQ HOUR. nr HOWARD POLLOCK. There's something In the " parting hour" Will chill the warmest heart Tot kindred, comrados, lovers, ftlonds, Are Tatcd all to part. But this I've seen and many a pang lias pressed it on my mind The one who goes Is bnpplor Than those he leaves behind. No matter what the Journey bo Adventurous, dangerous, far, To the wild deep or bleak frontier To solitude or war. Btlll something cheers tho heart that dares In all of human kind , .And they who go are bapplur Than those...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA.. AP1UL 20,1880. A WOMAN'S REVENGE. A Doctor' Story. I AM, or rather was, a village doctor. At the time of which I write, I was about slxand-tweuty years of age, and threo years previously had bought a piaollee In the village of Cottatn. It was jiot a large Village ', but being only about live miles from the Important seaport of Kluton, It could boast of a good many somewhat pretentious village t'eelilruoes. These were Inhabited, some by merchants of Klnton, who traveled to and fro morning and evening; others by men who bad ceased to tuke an active part In IhihIiiphh, and had retired to the country to enjoy a well-earned repose. To this latter class belonged Mr. Charles Bussel. To a small In her ltcd competence he had added the sav ings of a successful professional career, and retiring to Cottam, had bought a small mansion on the outskirts of the vllluge.called "The Willows." "Wills," tho country people got to calling It, referring with a vague Idea of w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

T1IK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD. PA., APRIL 20, 1880. 8 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AHKANOBMKNT OF P ABBE NG EH TRAINS MARCH 15th, 1880. Trains Leave Harrlsburg as Followi i For New York via Allentown. at 8.15, B.0S k. m. and 1.45 ik m. . . . ,. . For New York via Philadelphia and "Round Brook Koute," 8.2u, (Fast Kxp.) 8.85 a. m. and ' rfird'ltth car arrive In New York at U noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.16, 6.2'i (Kant Exp) 8.05, (tbrouiih car), .5fi a. in., 1.4 and 4 (Hi u. in. For fieftdltiK, at 5.1(1. .20( Fast Kxp.) 8. US, 9.5S a. m., 1.4n,4.u. and 8.t p. m. For Pottsvllle. at Mf, 8.16 a. m. and 4.C0 p. m., and via Bchuylklll and Bunquelianua Branch at a. 40 p. m. For auburn, via Schuylkill and Buiruehanna Branch at 6.30 a. in. For Allebtown, at 5.15, 8.05, 9.55 a. m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. m. The MS. 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars (or New York, via Allentown. The H.itf a. in. and 1.45 p. in., trains make dote connection at heading Willi Main Line trains l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. AVML 20, 1880. 4 THE TIMES. 1 mw JHoom field, April XO, 18 SO, NOTICK TO AUVJCUTISEHS. Rn Out or Hterentyp will b1nr,t4 In this iir Bnlan llwht face mil ou met) buna. nr"Twmit,jr jin omit. In mcwmi of rnf'ili"- ri. will beohltnred foriiilvftrlliieiiiimtft net til Double Column. Mr. J. H. Bairs, Newspaper Advertising Ag'r,, 'Ml 1'ark How. (Times HuIIiIIiir), New York, is tu th0rl7.nl to cunt mot. for advertisements lor Hits paper at our bent rates. , NOTICK TO BUIIXCniBER). liOoK lit the nirnrra nn the tnbel or your pui.pr. Thonoilxnr.'Kti!! vnuitie dntein nlilrn ynnranli. ci irrilmi Wpnltl. Within 9 week; alter money l ant, mm It tlia ante it cUanned. No other rocelrt Is neceeaary. Two Fools in Philadelphia have been .disgracing the State by fighting a duel. .They are both still alive, and unhurt, as one fired In the air and. the other came nearer hitting his second than the man .he fired at. There was a woman in It. Alabama is now mentioned as a good...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW I1L00MFIEL1), PA.;, APRIL 20, 1680. 5 THE TIMES. riNNSYLVANIA A, R. MIEDLB DIVISION. On ud f ter Nor. Ith, 187H, Truths ran as follow i WESTWARD. KASTWAHil. WayJliilllAr.j l'aaa Tr'ulTr'ui Mffl. Aoo. Stations. rhliaTcTpiuaT' 19.811 A.M. ' I. Ml S.lsll 8.l S.lISi t.ss 101 P. I. HO 1.4.11 r. v. Oil A.M. IUI0 M IJJ S.I. 7.47 7.m 7.H 7.00 840 .:ID tl.iK Hsrriabnra-, It.wkvllio, Marysvillo, . UtlllOHDUOUi Unity's Newport, MilltirHtnwn, TbonipBout'n. Mexico,...,.... Port H yaf.... Mt triiii Lewlstowii J., Anl"rsou's,,.. McVeytown;.. N. Hamilton. . .J .&1 I. HI 3.2), x.Wi e.ss f.M K.IHI 7.10 V 81 8.01 8.18 t. 30 8.37 8.66 MS; .6a 7.4i 7.62 WO" 10. W 11.13 4.31 4.6.' . 8. IH 7.2i P.M. 13:S II 81 12.1" HiintinKd'jli,., Tyronn, ....... Altnona riTTsin!nn. 1.18 1.65 .M. 1:06 twPlttsburtr Express leaves Harrlnlmrir at 10.18 p.m. Duticanmm lu.44 (rW): Newport 11. 05 (ilau) and ar rives at I'itUburt(at?.ur)A. M. rwPaclflc Express West will atop at Piiiicaiinnu at 1.80 an 1 at N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. AP1UL 20. 1880. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Fences on Side Hills. One fact connected with the building of fences ou side hills is commonly over looked ; the surface Is not ft fixed fact. Like a glacier, the whole body of the soil Is in motion ; imperceptibly, but surely the particles of earth composing the surface, move each upon the other. The result is Been In the position assum ed by the majority of such fences. However plumb they may have been at first, they soon begin to Incline with the hill, and before long present a disagreea ble, tumble down appearance. Much difficulty may be avoided by proper care. If, instead of setting the ImMs absolutely plumb, they are given a slight inclination toward the ascend ing side, the movement of the surface will have far less hold upon them, and will really tend to bring them to the vertlcle position, and keep them there much longer. An angle, say, of one degree from the absolute vertical line will be enough, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW lJLOOMFlELD, PA., APML 20, 1880. Professloiml Cards. JR. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, New Uloomlleld. Ferry CO., Pa. OlUue Next door to the residence ef Judge Junklu. 4utf AM. MARKET.. Attorney-at-Law, New Uloomlleld, Ferry county, Pa. MT OlBiie opposite the Mansion House, and three doors east of the Post-WtHce. J-EWIS roTTKlt, ATTOUSKV AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PKnRYCO.,PA. -Claims promptly secured collected Writings aud all legal business oaretully attend ed to. 43 yl CHARLES 11. HM1LKY, Attorney at Law. New BloomHeld, Perry Co. Pa. a-Offloe two door east hotel. August 2, 1872. "TTM. A. STON8I.KK, Attorney-at-Law, y Otllce adjoining Ills residence, on East Main street, New Hloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. 82 ly 1TM, N. HE1BRUT, Attorney-at-Law, VV New BloomHeld, Perry oo., Pa. BloomHeld, 3331V. T EWI8 POTTER, hotabt PUBLIC, New Bloom- JUI netu, rerry uo., ra. Deeds, Hcnls, Mortgages and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds of Pension and Hon lit y pap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 April 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. AHUL 20, 1880. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Wariiinoton, D. C, April 14, 1880. Tho House passed the Army appropria tion bill, liy a party vote. Tbe ItepublU mns, who at the extra session voted for what Is called the rider" on the bill, voted ngniiiBt It lu a body yesterday, It is ns follow : "That no money appropriated In thla not Is appropriated or shall be paid for the subsistence, equipment, tranaportation, or compensation of any portion of the Army of the United Htatea to be used as a polloe force to keep the peaoe at the polls of any election held in any State." The Democrats profess to thluk Mr. Blaiuo's rrieuds, outside of three or four states are " losing their grip," and that correspondingly, Grant's supporters are taking a flriner hold. Bnt I take it this opluion arises from the fact that tbe Dem ocrats want Grant nominated, because they think they can beat him at the polls. Republicans are aware of this Democratic belief, and it is very doubtful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

,0 1 r r t 1 1( i VOL. XIV. JNT25W BLOOMFIELD, !P.A., TITKBDAY, jVI'KIT 1880. NO. 18. I II -tv. C. -v If V. i. ' N. rA If MM m : x mMWSp - THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, tS PUBUBHID SVBRT TtllitUT Bt F. MOltTIMEll & (JO. TlTItMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Pontage Vive) tl M Six Month " " RO To Subaorlbers la this County Who pay In AnvUNOK a recount of 2.1 fnts will be mucin from Hi above tnrm. making subHcrlnliou within the County, When Tald In Advance, $1.25 Per Year. - Advertising rates furnished uponapull-cation. geledt. Poetry. Bt CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY. Iu speaking of another's fuults, Pray don't forget your own, Remember those with homes of glass, Should never throw a stone. We have no right to judge a man Until he's fulrly tried j Should we not like his company, We know this world is wide. Some may have faults, and who has not, The old as well as young, Perhaps we may, for aught we know, Have fifty to their one. I'll tell you of a bottor plan, That I tf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

THK TIMES, NEW NL00MF1EL1), PA. Al'lllL 27, 1880. A WOMAN'S REVENGE. A Doctor'i Story. CONTINUED. AFTEJl the Incident i previously men tioned, nothing particular occurred for more thnu a month. I had teveral conversations with Mr. Mussel ; but the will was never brought out agalu. I also cautiously sounded Ellen as to her cousin Charles ; but she could tell me very little about hltn, except that he was the son of her uncle David, and on his father's death which occurred when Charles was about fourteen years of age his uncle took him to his office and home, lie was a fine bright clever lad ( but when he was about eighteen, he fieemed to full Into evil courses. Ills uucle bore with his Irregularities for dome time, but at length could do so no loifger, and therefore requested him to find apartments for himself In some other quarters of the town. " From this time," continued she, " I saw very little of him, although he continued his at tendance at the ofllue. It appears, how ever, that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. AV1ML 27, 1880. RAILnOADS. ' PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AKKANSBMENTOF rARSENG EH TRAINS MARCH 15th, 1880. Trains Lcare llnrrisburg or Follows i ' Kor New York via Allentown, at 8.15, 8.05 a. m. and 1,45 p. m. Kor New York via riillndellilila and "Bound tlrcxik Hoiite," .2d, (Fast Kxp.) 8.05 a. m. and 1.4S p. in. TliroiiRlt ear Arrive" In New Tork at la twoti. Kor I'liliaiteluhla, at 0.1.1. 0.2i (Kast Exp) 8.03, (through car), 9.M a. m., 1.46 and 4 W p. ni. Kor Readln,atS.lfi,6.2U(Fa9t Kip.) 8 0S, 9.5S a. m., 1.4.1, 4.oo, and 8.oo p. m. Kor Pottsvllle. at 0.1R, 8.0 a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via Bcltiiylklll and Busiiiehaiuia Hrauoh at 2.40 p. m. , Kor Auhurn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Ilrancli at 6.30 a.m. Kor Allentown, at 5.15, 8 05, 8.55 a.m., 1 45 and 4.00 p. in. The 5.15, 8.05 a. tn. and 1.45 p. m. tralni hare through cars (or New York, via Allentown. The 8.K6 a. in. and 1.45 p. in., trains mnke close eonnention at Heading Willi Main I.I ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 April 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A. Al'JtlL 27.11860. f f THE TIMES. K0tv Bloomfleld, April 27, JfiSO. N OTIC IS TO AllVKHTISKU. Ho flol or HtKfpnls-pd wllllie Inserted In Mill iper tnless 11k tit face and nu uils) buns. t"Twenty pr cent m mcms of rni'ftr rstss, will tohniMi(oriilvertli!uMiU aotln Dinil.leOoliiinn. Mr. J. II. lUir. Newsnnper Advertising Ag't, 41 Park How. (Time Miilldinir), Ne York, In au thorised to oontruet for advertisements lor thin paper at our brat rotes. : NOTI0R TO unilUC'ItHIER. I.niiksl thena-nr on the lll f vnnr .ht. Thimentfiirmlf.il nm Mm dole lo which jriiriili rrlpilon UimiIiI. WUhlii a wcinkii niter money I nt, see If the ditta Is cliaUKPil. No other reooli Isneoossnrv. A most remarkable freaH of nature, one of melunoHlH, liy which a white boy born of white parent, has become en tirely black li reported In the Philadel phia paperi. It is said to be the first re corded case of the kind and has already attracted the keen interest of the medi cal profession...

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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