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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, MAY IB, 1SBO. ' NO. 21. THE TIMES. la Independent Family Newspaper, tS PUBLISHED IVERTTCK8UAYBT P. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMH INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Postage Free) $1 50 Six Months " " 80 To SubsortberB 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 Paid In Advance, $1.25 Tcr Year. r Advertising rates furnished uponappll atlon. Beledt Poetry. THt DEVIL FISHING. The devil sat by the river's side The stream of time, where yon.ll always And him Casting his line in the rushinK tide, And landing bis fish on the bank behind him. He sat at ease in a cosy nook. And was fllliiiK bis basket very fast, While yon might have seen that bis deadly hook Was differently baited for every cast. He caught 'em as fast ss a man could count ; Little or big it was all the same ; One bait was a eheck for a round amount, A congressman nabbed it, and out he came. He took a g...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

2 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. MAY 18, 1880. Deacon Sharpe's Wife's Niece. Concluded. ' lJOW Bee en 1,eai M,M ton, thereSi lio use to mutiny In this way. That rtlr, ruarle up of rebellion and obstinacy, Is ery becoming, I admit, but It won't be of the least use In the world. Bo Just keep quiet now, and attend to your canaries." " Now, Miranda, Isn't he provoking ? I don't believe his salary Is half large enough to support all these extrava gance In which he Indulges us, and I would not have Incurred such a heavy debt for music lessons if I had not ex pected to defray It." " I think," said the soft grave voice of 'ouhhi Miranda Carter, as her gentle face looked up from her sewing, " that Iieltle Is In the right. You know, my dear boy, that I wanted lo organize a little school when we came here, and you interdicted It. Our expenses are Increasing every year, and I know the burden must rest heavy on you." " Well, I've strong shoulders to bear it, and I'm twenty-four now," said the y...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

THK TIMES, NEW BLOUM FIELD, PA., MAY 18, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AlA.MiSBMENT OF FABBKNHHlttHAINB Mi 10thTl880. Trains Leave Harrlsbitrg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at U5, 8.06 a. m. For Nnw'v'ork via Philadelphia and "Bonmj Brook Koiite," il.4u, (Fast Exp.) .& m. and 1.4fl I). Ill, , . ... Thrmwh car arrives In New York at IS noon. For Philadelphia, at S.lfl, 6.4J (Fast hxp) S.Ud, (through car), 9.r.0 a. ra., l-4Sand 4.00 u. in. Forfiea.lliiK,at6.1S..4)(Bast Kxp.) 8.1)5. 9.60 . 111., 1.4n.4.(Hi, and 8.( p. . . ForPottsvllW. ate.l.Oos, 9M a.m. ami 4.00 ft. m.t and Tia Hclmylklll and busiiimliaiina Ilranch at M0 p.m. or Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Allentown, at 6.15, 8.05, S.tua.m... 145 and 4,TlieM6, S.0K a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through oars fur fietv Voik, via Allentown. BUNDAY8 I For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5.20 a. m. For Head in g, l'liildelaphltt, and W ay dial Ion, atl.4o p. in. Trains Leave Tor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

Till! TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELl), l'A. MAY 18. 1880. THE TIMES. Kew liloomfleld, May IS, 1880, NOTICE TO AllVKHTISICIlH. Ho Out or Htnrtri will he Inserted In thl mirtr mists mkiu inn ana ou mniai ne, tTwnty pur nwt. In eii-ess or nular rsts. will b ehsnrfcl tormlvArtlsmnnlit settn floiilileOoliinin. Mr. 3 H. Basks, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park How. (Times Building), New Voik. is en thorlml to cnntraet (or advertisements (ur this paper at our bent rates. , NOTIt'R TO tsIIIISCniBEil. I.flnliat tho figure nn the 1sIm1 of your nspor. TIwkp htmrw tell vmi tint ilnte lo whlrli ynii r sub nrrlptton Is paid. villiln 11 weeks titter money Is sent, se ir tiis date u clismred. No other receipt Uaecemsrv. While breaking up a lot of condemn ed shells near Fort Mcllenry,. on Tues day a shell exploded and killed six per sons. Some were literally blown to pieces, the largest piece found of one being an arm. Terrible Fires seems to be the or der of the day. In addition to the Oil fires In Bradf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

THE TIMES, NKW BL0OMFIKL1), 'A MAY 18, 1880, THE TIMES. Ioil l)ej.u'tiiert. FENN3YLVANIA a. R, KIDDLE DIVISION. On knit after Nov. loth, IS7S, THIna run ai follow! i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. War I X'1' i Ace. t Pnitti'irAk UrATlUNB. rlilWeliiliitoT llarrlatxtrK, llnukv Ills. Maryavllle, liu iiraunuti, Daily 'R Newport,.,.... MlllerntoKii, Tliompiout'u MPXlCO,., ...... fort Hnj al.... Miinin, ........ I.ewlatnwn J. AntlHrann'a,.,, McVeytown ,. N. Hamilton, , Htllltttitfdull,, Tyrone , Altnona J'na Mall All'. Hi. Tr'u tlx. Ti i':0U r.H. P.M. P.M. .u 9 . ! lg.M 1.17 f.K' i.ll 7. 81 III 8:4 7.10 ID.Ki 13 Ki 7.07 U.24 .A7 9.66 14.11 11.43 l. 60 .3J 11.411 It.lH II II i ll II. H4 a. U7 (Si 11.04 6.411 6.8" 10.116 6.14 (.':". 10 II 4 61 .IIC 4.17 t.S" N.M 8.27 H 61 S.lf 9.6(1 6.16 A.U. P.M. P.M. 7:40! 1:10 ran ir 11 i r u lift! am A.M SlMI l.m 1.4;) r. v. s.iw (.ID I. to I.IM a. l.M 1.4, I. Ill 1. 10 8.SU 8.87 I.M 4.14 4.M .!' 6.114 7.3(1, 41 (1.86 LM t.W urn 7.10 mo 7.4 .M lU.U" Ul.40 11.(9 im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

0 TIIK TIMES NEW: I1I.00MFIKL1), l'A.. MAY 18, 1880. ljc UoomfirIb hncs. ToUSErFARM AND G ARDENT' Deet Sugar Making. That beet sugar can be manufactured here iUOCt-Bsfully In proven ' by long ex perlenee. E. T. Genuert, reforrlnK to till InduHtry, pny s : "In HoqneJ, Col., la the oldest beet atignr factory In the lUnlted Htates ; from It 45 to A.I barrels of white grauulatcd sugar are turned out dally with as much regularity a a baker turns out bis rolls. Iu Alvarudo, Cal., from. 80 to 811 barrels of while sugar are made dally, and prices are regularly -quoted In the Ban Franolsoo market. The Maine Beet-Sugar Company In Portland, turns out dully from 30,000 to U5,0i)0 pounds of concrete or melado, and bus sold the whole seaHon's product In advance at a very good price to a Boston sugar relluery. The beet-sugar factory at Isleton, Cal., though com plete, stands idle ; but there Is but little doubt that It will work next year to Its full capacity. A new sugar factory will be built in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 1IL00MFIKL1), PA., MAY 18, 1880. 7. Professional Cartls. JB. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, Now Bloomtleld, Perry co., P. r Ofllce Next door to Die residence ot Judge Jmikln. otl AM. MAHKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomtleld, Perry county, Pa. i-if Offlce opposite the Mansion House.and tiro doors east of the Poit-OUlce. TKW1S I'OTTKlt, VtlOUNKVATLAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEKRY CO., PA. .Tar Claim nromntlv secured collected Wrltiugsaud all legal business carefully attend ed to. day) OH AKLE8 11. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry (!o. Pa. OlUoe two door east ot Joieph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872 rM. A. SFON8LBR, Attorney-at-Law, 1 .. . . .. ..II ,ni.H I. la nn tFal Malnstreet, New Blooin field, Perry co., Pa. 3 'i ly W1I.H. BKIBEKT, Attorney-at-taw, New Uloomlleld, Perryoo.,Pa. Bloomtleld, 3 33 It. LEWIS POTTER, NOTABT pcblio, New Bloom. Held, Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Moralises and Leases carefully prepared and acknowledgments taken. All kinds of Pension nd Bounty...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 May 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW ttLOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY 18, 1880. A Remarkable Case. A ftti'Rngo case Is reported lu a letter from Vienna. Months ngo two women tre turnlng from 8 visit to UosnU, where their husbands are gnrrisohed, were murdeted In a wood near Htartb, in Hungary. The murderers were arrested and could not deny tlieir ciltno, but tbey did not confess tbe motive, which la unkuown to this day. One of the ruffians died in prison before the sentenoe was spoken. Tbe other was sentenced to bo hung. A. week ago the execution took place, and aa it waa carried out in public great crowds, eager for some thing uncommon, eveu at the risk of it be ing uncommonly horrible surrounded the scaffold. The murderer's name waa Tabaks, and be belongs to tbe lowest clasa of the county population. When the cord was already round hia neclt he expressed liis desire of addressing tho public, and began saying with emphasis worthy of an orator, " I die willingly but my dear la dies and gentlemen," Here the execu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

, " i fill vii r&jj Tmh '-' ,. vr 2 r?'jFri' ? I f.llllllill! VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1JV., TTJESDA.Y, MAY 25, 1880. NO. 22.' 7k .k V" fraf WVi. Uuk- VETilrlAf THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBU8HBD BVKRT TUB8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMS I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) IIW titx Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Atvwce. a Discount of 23 Cents will bemaile from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Taid In Advance, $1.25 Ter Year. W Advertising rates furnished upooapplt cation. THE MINER'S STORY. I AM an old miner. Not one of the now - a - days Washoe and Nevada stripe, but an old forty-nlne California miner. I have been engaged in all de scriptions of mining transactions, ex empt the new-fangled one of mining in companies "feet" I believe they call It. Among my varied undertakings was one operation in a tunnel, in which I and my partner engaged in the summer of 1852. One afternoon In that year,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

S3 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), TA. MAY 25. 1880. A WOMAN DETECTIVE IT waa betweert the lights ou a gloomy December afternoon, t was the oue occupant of tho smoking-room of a "Literary and Artlstlo Club" which faces the Thames. I fluug fresh coal on the gloomy ember?, and stirred them till they sent up a Wae of light that drove the ghosts out of the shadowy .joiners, and then picked up a paper haphazard from the table, to dawdle over it till the waiter lighted the gas, or some human being wandered In to keep niecompany. It was an American paper. Some visitor to the club had left It behind hliu ac'cldtntally. I turned the pages listlessly, until suddenly my at teutlon was arrested by a paragraph headed " Estraordtnary Clime." It was the Btory of the robbery of the body of a lady from Its grave. The whole affair was shrouded in mystery. On the 14th of the month there died iu an American city the beautiful wife of an English man tiavellug for pleasure. In the same paper which coutalued ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, TA. MAY 25, 1880. 0 RAILROADS, . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. 3tN(1KMENT0F PABBEN0EHTKAIN8 MAY lOlhT 1880. Trains Leave llarrisbnrg bs Follows : For New York via Allentown. at 6.15, 8.08 a. m. and l.46n. m. , .. , Kor New York via Philadelphia and "Bounq Brook Kotite," d.4o,(Kast tip) .5 a. m. and ' fVoliKh car arrives In Now York at 12 noon. Kor 1'hliadeluhia, at 6.18, 8 4i (bast Exp) 8.05, (through car), 9.60 a. m., 1.4ft and 4.o p. ni. For KeadltK,at8.15.rt.4'l(Fa9t Imp.) 8.05, 9.60 a. m., 1.45, 4.UO, anil 8.(p. in. . Forl'ottsvllV atS.lA. 8.U5, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 B. in., and via Kehtiylklll and Bnsnuelinnna ranch at 2.40 n. m. 1'or Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Alleutowu, at 6.15, 8.0&, 9 60 a. ra., 1 45 and 'The" MB, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York, via Allentown. BUNDAYH I For New York, at 5.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way Station, at 6.20 a. m. For Heading, l'lilldeluphia, unit Way atal Ions, at 1.45 p. in. Trains...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELD, PA. MAY 25. 1880. THE TIMES. New Btoomfleld, Bhry 2,1,1880. NOTiCK TO ADVKIITISEHS. Ro Out or Stereotype will h Inserted lu this psrer Qmm mem ijb suu on meuu dm. V"Twntywr rent. In atoms ef remilM" rsts,will Monartroa lot'suveriiBoineiua seisn uouiueuommu, Git Ant has secured tle delegates to he National Convention, froiu the state of IllInols,'1iiut It was a close slmve. TiiE HAuarism uo Patriot not satis. fled with putting on n new dress and printing a .good paper bIk dnys In a week, will hereafter print oua each day Jn the year. The Sunday edition unfor tunately will do us no good as we can not get It by mail till 4 P. M. .ou Mon day. i - EDEsnuim, Clarion county was near ly destroyed by Are on Katurday night, The fire broke out in the U. 8. Hotel, and before It was extinguished had, burned seventy houses. One hundred families are again rendered homeless. A great KxciTE.xtfRNT was raised on Friday by the announcement of the sus pension of the Heading C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

5 THE TIMES. io&ii Department. PENNSYLVANIA R. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ud f let Nov. UtU, le7, Tnilm run follow! i WESTWARD. EA8TWARD. .1.,.tnl1iAtl'.l Min. Way I Mall I Arc. I'wm Tr'itl'lVu PniHcir-Ai. Btatioks. Ex. Tr'u El. I Aoo. 19 81 8 mil l'iiiltulelpliiB, ITrrlrmrn, Km k vino, Marysvlllfl, M.i' r.Mj 1 .tin 1 17 111 8:01) P.M. 10.68 A. U P.M. S.l 7.K' J.U J.8J 7.U7 6 57 A.M. HO? 846 w 1:8 7.18 7.00 8.40 BHU 6.J4 1.8(1 1.4.1 1.40 .. 8. OS e.is s.m urn t Kit 0.4(1 .811 6.86 t.un I Duiirauuon. Iinlly'i.,. Newport, MilW'rfltown, Tliouipsout'u. Mexico,, ....... Pin t Koyal.... mhhii Lewlfttitnn J.( Allllr-rHOIl'S,... MeVnytinTU,., N. Hamilton, . lllllltillKllon,., Tyrone, ...... . Altiiuu.l, II. 89 io. ml .u 19 1 li.a 13.11 11.. Ml I. as 3.47 l.otj t.W B.SU 8.27, 8.8S 7. 0 e.48 H.HI T.SS .4i 1 1.49, II H s.si ll.ll S.M 7.62 4.13 11.07 Hi.ll" IU.40 II 13 11.31 li.l 8.IW ll.nl U.04 10 .h! fl.13 8.5.1 8.98 B.4U 4.01 4.IW t.n 8.M 7.S.! P.M. 1.14 t.fi 8.37 10.11 S.81' 8.61 9.16 A.M. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

0 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A.. MAY 25, 1880. ljc Ioomfitlb fmcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Oleomargarine. Quite a tllr lifts recently been made regarding thU product. Many persona have curious Ideas regarding the lugre dleiitsof It. On this subject the Sclen. Vfla American talks In the following sensible way : ' l'roduoersof butter urge that oleomar garlne Injures their jirofUB by prevent lng high prices for butter. If this be so, it argues good to consumers, whose In. terest must also be considered. Another Important benefit to con sumers Is that oleomargarlue chiefly In terferea with the sale of common grades of butter, to which It Is far superior, and it Is mainly dealers In this grade of but ter who raise an ourcry against the new product. The complaints of farmers against oleomargarine are confounded In fact. Oleomargarine Is as much a farm pro duct as beef or butter, and Is as whole some as either. It Is as legitimate a commercial product as tallow or latd, which might be as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 1) LOOM FIELD, TA., MAY 25, 1880. Professional Curds. JOHN CALVIN WALLI8, Attorney at Law, aud District Attorney. New Hloomrleld. Ferry On.. I'll. -Oftlce over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. Mays, lm JR. JUNKIN. Attorney t-I,w, New nioomtleld, rerryoo.,Pa. - Omce Neit door to the residence utJ udge Inn kin. nif AM. MARKKI,, Attoruey-at-Law, Now lliooiniltilil, ferry county, Pa. l-rf" OlDce opposite the Mansion House.and khrus door east or tlie Post-WIUce. rKWls iOTTKB, , ATTOUNEY ATUff, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PERRV CO., PA. J-Claims promptly secured collected Writings and all legul business oarefullyattend dto. . Uj CHARLES 11. SMfLRV, Attorney at Law. New lllooinllehl, Perry Co. Pa. W Oltlae two door e;nt o( Joseph Smith's Intel. August 2, 1S72 HTM. A.SI'ONSLEK. Attornev-at-Law. W Ofllce adjoining his residence, on Fast Malnstreet.new uioouinem, rerryoo.,ra. WM. N. HE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, Mew UloomUeld, Perryco.,ra. Bloomlield,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 May 1880

8 THE TIMES , NEW BLOOM FIELD, TA.. MAY 25, 1880. A Transatlantic Romance. Tbe Jersoy City Juurnal says : A few mouths ngo lived on Jersey avenuo Miss Uafuie E. lleman, a beautiful and cliarm Ing young lady. Tbonce she removed to , HovontU street, Iloboheu. 'About a year ngo Capt. Bponoor, who oommaudod oue of the National line of steamers, sawMUs Ro man at a social gathering and was struck by her apnearanoe aud charming modesty, lie scoured au introduction to her, and saw her three times in all before bis vessel sail ed. When bo crossed tbe ocean be left bis beart behind, but took with bim tbe heart of tbe young lady. He never oame back, as he was appointed to a responsible position in tbe company's employ lu Lon don. Au epistolary courtship ensued; Captain Spencer proposod and was accept ed. Although 8, ()00 miles of ocean sepa rated them, the botrotbmeut was followed by tbe settlements, and arrangements, for the wedding were made. The day was fixed by cable for June 3, and the br...

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

(, "-s A b - - srb Jl "V I" V .II :!- .V. : . :. i .-I.., 'i.,: , .-v- -&nw VOL. XIV. jSTEAV BLOOMBIELD, TUESDAY, .TONE 1, 1880. ISO. 23 M M CC g) THE TIMES. ln Independent Family Newspaper, ' IS PUBLISHED BVERYTUESDITBT F. MORTIMER & CO. , 0 TEHJ1H t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Postage Free) SI M Blx Mouths " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Atitahor. a Discount of 25 Cents will De mmlo from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Paid in Advance, $1.25 Per Year. - Advertising rates furnished uponappll-cation. $ele5t Poetry. " AN ANCIENT TOAST. It was a grand day, In the old chlvalrlc time, the wine circling around the board In a coble hall, and the sculptured wall rang with senti ment and aong. The lady of each knightly heart was pledged by name, and many a syla ble significant of lovllness had been uttered, until it came to St. Leon's turn, when lifting the sparkling cup on high : "I drink to one," he said, " Whose image never may de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 June 1880

2 THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIELI), VA. JUNE 1. 1880. THE SECRET OF THE CAVE. AT THE time my story begins, the hunters am! the Indians, making the vicinity of Wind River Mountlans their home, had a strange superstition, founded on a tradition that had been handed down from father to son for many preceding generations. It ran very nearly as follows : That amid the loftiest peaks of the snow-covered range referred to, was situated a cavern, which as the story is was supposed to be in habited by a supernatural being, who possessed the power of taking away the life of any adventurer, who was suffi ciently audacious to intrude on her, or his, or its domain for it was not clear ly established what form It was usual for them to assume, for the reason that no one as yet, had ever gazed Into the cavern's mysterious depths; at least, if any had, they never came back to reveal Its secret. No one, however, of the present generation had been able to re cord the death of any person caused by visiting ...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 1, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF FA88ENCJEK TRAINS MY lOlhT 18H0. Trains Leare Harrlsbnrg as Follow : For New York via Allentown, at 8.1.1, B.05 a. m. Kor NewTork via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook lluute," 6.4ti, (Fast Exp.) 8.S5 . m. and ''Vnroiinh car arrives In New Tork at 11 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.4ii Fast Kxp) S.Ufl, (through car), ,60 a. in.. 1.4.1 and 4.UW p. in. For Beading, at 5.1.1, lU'M Fast Exp.l 8.05, 0.80 a. m., 1.4.1,4.00, and fl. p.i. VOT l OlISVII C. Bl O.lit, o.w, p.-ni ...... ...... . m.. and via HchuyWllI and Husquehanna Iranch at 2.40 p. in. For Anlnirn, ot 6.8U in. f or Alteiuown, av o.io, o w, .uv ... ''Tile Mn. 8.01 a. m. and 1.4.1 p. m. train have through cats fur New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS : For New York, at 8.20 a. in. For Allentown mirt Way Stations, at 8.20 a. m. For Heading, Vhlldelauhia, and Way stations, at 1.46 p. in. Trains Leave for llarrlsburg as Follows t Leave New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JUNE 1. 1880. THE TIMES. New likMftnfletd, 7M4 J, 1880. NOTICE TO ADVEUTISKRS. Ho Out nr Btwontrr" will bMiwrtil In this ppr nlMm IlKht fce ud on mtl but. -Twntyproin. In nmn of rnrnlsr rt will bsohswedluradvei-tHoiuentt uttu Double Column. Mr. 3. H. Batim. Hwir AdvertWnn Ag't, 41 Park How, (Times lluudlna), Nw York, is su thorlr.wl to contract fur advertisements lor tills paper at our best rates. NOTICE TO BUnm'RIBEItl. I, noli at h flu-nrm on tho lwl of vour t'in-r.-th.wdlinircKtKll vmiihn ni i which ymrnb. orlailan lauitlil. Within week? Hi;r mutiny Is font, nee ir tits data la ohantred. lineoeHiarv. No uthor receipt A tekmhlk iiain storm Lag visited Texas. The town of Bracket, was la many places covered with water eight to ten feet deep, and several citizens were swept away by the current and drowned. It Is said that Gov. lloyt la to be urged for the nomination of Vice Presi dent if Grant is nominated for President. We don't believe that people gen...

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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