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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

VOL. XIV. IvTEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1880. NO. 20. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PCBLIBflSD IVBRYTUBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) H AO Six Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In AnvAWH a Discount of 23 dents will bemarte from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Told In Advance, $1.25 Per Year, - Advertising rates furnished uponappll-catlon. Taking a Second Thought. THERE comes a time In some men's lives, when they uiU9t make a deci sion with regard to the arrangements of their property, even while they live, because age has come upon them, almost like a thief In the night ; and their limbs have become stiffened, and refuse to do the work which In their youth was pleasant. Even to think of bodily toll wearies them. Perhaps their Angers are not so stiff but that they can milk two or three cows, but their knees are not supple enough to bend easily to the level of the milk...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

Foiled by a Woman. rnilE following telegram was Bent to J, the mayor In October, 1850 : Yoiik, ra.j Oct. 10. Bend Mr. Var noe to Myer's hotel as quickly as pogBl lire. An Important case for him. Duhkiuk." The detective took the next train and reached Yoik in the afternoon. Calling at Myer's hotel he registered his name, upon which the landlord directed him to a certain address, where a young lady received him and held a private inter view with him of about two hours dura tlon. We will acquaint the reader with all that transpired at that Interview. After being seated the lady at once plunged into tile subject that led to their meeting. " Mr. Varnoe, I have summoned you here on the bare suspicion of fraud being attempted ; yet that suspicion Is of such a strong character that I'm sure you will admit that I am justified in pending for you to Investigate it. My name Is Mary Mosher, and my father keeps the Farmers' hotel. Two weeks ago two young men stopped at our house with the intentio...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., JUNE 22, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. AKIt ANCt EM ENT OF FAB8ENGEK TRAINS MAY lOlhT 1880. Trains Leave Hnrrlsbiirg as Followi t For New York via Allentown, at 5.15, B.5 ft. m. ami 1,45 i. ni. . . , ., . For New Vork via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Houte," a.4u,l.Fnst Kxp.) 8.05 a. ra. aud i.45 p. in. riiroiiRh cmr arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.15. .4u (bast kxp) H.M6, (through car), 0.50 a. in., 1.45 and foo p. in. ForttenillnK,atS.lft,6.4U(ITast Kxp.) 8.05, 8.60 a. m 1.45,4.0(1. andB.OHp. in. JJnn PorPottsvllV at5.1f. 8.05, 9.50 a. in. and 4.00 . in., and via Isoliuylklll and Husituehanna ranch, at 4.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Allentown, at 5.15, 8.06, .50a. m., 14oand 'The ".Vs. 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 8.20 a. m. For Allentowu and Way Station, at 5.20 a. m. Vor Heading, l'lilldelaphiu, and Way (nullum, nt 1....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MF1EU), l'A. JUNK 22. 1880. THE TIMES. Jfcw Bloomfleld June t'2, 1HSO. NOTICJK TO AllVKnTlSKttS. No Ont nr Rtrrrotyp will be Insnrtod In this ller nnlMis Itvht face and oil tuelal base. WTwnnly pi rent, m eii-pM or rvnilar inJ-, will behrKed for advertisements aetln IioiitileUoluuin. lTr. J. H. Biiki. Newspaper Advertising A n't, 41 J'uik Knw, (Times Building), New York, is au thorized to contract for 'advertisements for this paper at our best rates. NMTICR TO srHWCKIBER!. I.nnkat the nVuret on the label of your rrr. ThnnpilirnrPHtrll von I he. itnie wlilrh yon r mill, prlpllon lupnlit. Wllliln J week; ltr money la lent, see If tho date la cuanifod. No other receipt IS necessary. Tins week the public will look with interest towards Cincinnati where the iJeoiocratlo .National Convention meets to-day. Arrangements will be made to give the.publlc prompt information of the doings by telegraph. The Merrltt Outrage Discussed. Washington, D. C, June 15. Secre tary .Evar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW IJL00MFIEL1), PA., JUNE 22. 1880. THE TIMES, PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-lIIBfiLB DIVISION. On and after Not. loin, 1S7P, Trains run M follows I WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WyMailArc. Fna Tr'n.I'r'n PtllHOlVAL Station. Philadelphia, Hsrrlubnrir, Rockvllle. Marysvlllc, Ditucttuuuu, Rillv'a J'ruiMilliAtr.l Mm. Ei. Tr'n Ex. Aoo. la So am Mil A. M p It A.M. It.OO 845 8 38 1.19 5.47 7.89 7.18 7.110 tMO s.aa .ou l.Sl) 1.43 1.60 t.m 9.81 t.00 (.4(1 S.!U 1.9(1 l.rj 8.18 .) . t.W 1.17. 1 1 19. Kl 1J . 19.34 19.11 UK II. is Newport MIllcrHtowii, TbotuptouVo. Mnili'ff ... a. 47 8.01 a. if! 7.10 7. an 7 4H Pill .W. 8.2i 7.88 Port Hoyal.... 11. ss! 8.av .t5 4.24 4.IH 8. 3H e.8t 1D.D ilia u.m 19.11 1.16 1.55 P.M. 8.00 Minim, r.i.n-lMtnwtl J.. 11.84 11.04 In M Andnrson'B,... MeVfytown,.. N. Hnnilltou, . ITiintjiiKttou,.. Tyronn AltooiiA 8.15 10.11 S.iW 8.81 B.f P.M. A.M. :0S rITTSBURUII. nnaa iinvin fTflrrlRhiirD-At 10.16 r.ll. Dunonuoii 10.44 (Haul: Newport 11.05 (IIuk) and at. rlvei at 1'lltBbum a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

0 IwuseTfarm and gardenT The Apple-Tree Borer. Even where the borer la common but .comparatively few understand Its histo ry. The perfect Insect of the apple tree borer Is ono of the long-horned beetles ; it Is about three-quarters of an luch long, and has a pair of feelers more than half as long as Itself; Its body Is brown, with two iroad, nearly white stripes, hence It is ealled tho two-striped super da. The beetle is seldom seen, as It Is dormant by day bnt flies and works at night. Thelnsects begin to appear 4n May and the next month the female lays her eggs on the bark near the ground. The young grubs soon bore through the bark, and enter the tree, where they live upon the ap wood, Just beneath the bark, forming a cell or excavation the size of half a dollar. It lives, eats and grows here for 'about a year; then, having stronger Jaws it in the second summer bores upward toward the center of the tree, making a hole three or four Inches long, which it then curves out ward .until...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 11 LOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 22, 1880 Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLlS, Attorney at-Law, and District Attorney. New Bloomtleld. Terry Co,. Ta. -Olllce over Mortimer's new store. All legal uslness promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, 1880. JE. JUNKIN. Attorney at-Law, New ilioomlleld, Ferry co., Pa. OIUce Next door to the residence of Judge Jniiktn. 4fttt AM. MAItK.UI., Attorney-at-Law, New Ilioomlleld, Perry county, Pa. tJjT OlQca opposite the Mansion Houee.aud three door east of the Post-lilUce. -riwis l'OTTJtii. AlTOBSEYATUWr NEW BLOOMFLELD, TERRY CO., PA. Claims promptly secured collected Writings aud all legal business ( carefully attend- edto a yi CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Co. Pa. J-OtllJB two doors eait of Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. IITM. A.8TONSLEK, Attorney-nt-Law, Vy Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomtleld, Perry co Pa. 3 ly TIT-!. N. H El BERT, Attornoy-at-Law, YY New ilioomlleld, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 June 1880

8 THE TIMES NEW UL00MF1EL1), PA.. JUNK 22, 1880. A Sad Calamity Two Steamers Collide. At a lute hour on Friday tilglit the lHu lust., tlio steamboat Narragansott was run Into by tlie Htonlngtou, another boat of the came lino, and tbo former boat sunk In a few minute. The night was very foggy, which is the excune for tho collision. IJutte a number of lives were lost. The following account told by Mr. Dennett, one of the snvvlvors, gives a pretty f.tir Idea of the horrors of the occasion. " I was on my way to South Attleboro, Mass., and took passage on the Narragan sett. I was sitting In a chair In the pas. sage way between staterooms Nos. 03 and 40wbenthe oollislon took plaoe. The other vessel must have struok our boat just outside of stateroom No. 85, which is for-, ward of the wheels. A man rushed out from that room covered with blood, and there were a uumber of others lu that and the adjoining staterooms. The whole sido of the vessel at that point seemed to be crushed in, and many...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

a.&ffi SSEM? (41 Wf. . 1 1 IIP!: ' 4 - .AfJf V V . P -.f At. - VOL. XtV. jSTEAV" BLOOMFIELD, IJ-A.., TUESDAY, JUNE StJ, 1880. NO. 27. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, II FOBLIBBID IVBRT TUHBDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMH I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) II BO Blx Months " " 80 To Subeoribers 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 l'ald In Advance, $1.25 Per Year. r Advertising rates furnished uponappll eation. Surrounded by 'Fire. IT WAS In the last week of June, 1870. I left Gorlier, a new raining town on the East fork of the 0 rand I'le, a place which takes Its name from the peculiar shape of the mountains which surround it, to prospect on the west Bid- of the main range as for north as Eagle Tine. We left Gothet by a trail leading north up Copper Creek, which heads In the Maroon mountains apposite the head of a creek of the stme name which flows no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELT). PA. JUNE 20, 1880. Two Stirring Adventures. IT waa Id a railroad car that my vln-n-vls, to t-hlle away the time we were obliged to wall, owing to a broken rail told the following story : " Ten years ago I was a telegraph operator at a small town in New Jersey, hut, my health failing, I gave up my eituation, and, taking an agency, trav eled westward until I finally reached Kan Francisco. While there I took a fancy to visit the mining regions; so, selecting suitable goods to sell among the miners, I went, satisfied my curl oslty, made a little money, and was returning in a stage coach when the iucldents I am about to relate occurred, or at least began to occur. " There were beside myself three in nide passengers ; an old gentleman of sixty and two roughly dressed men, apparently miners, 'i'heso two men Bat at opposite ends of the coach, not ap tearing to know each other, while the old gentleman and myself But close together. I noticed that the old gentle ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELl), PA.. JUNE 29, I860. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARHAN9EMKNT OF PASBENG KM TRAINS MAY 10th7 1880. , Trains Leave Harrisbiirg bs Follows t For New York via Alleutown, at' 6.15, 1.08 a. m, ami 1,45 p. m. . .. . Kor New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook lloute," 6.iu, (bast Kxu.) B.& a. m. and lYirtniRh car arrives In New York at U noon. Forl'liliailoliilila, at 6.15, .4'l lat Kxp) 8.to, (throuoU ear), U.50 a. in.. 1.45 and 4.ou p. in. For iWllim, at 5.15, 0.40 (Fast Kip.) 8.05. 9.50 a. m.,1.44.uo. and B.onp. in. ... FottotuvllW at 6.15. 8.05. 9,50 a.m. and 4.00 p. in., and via Boliuvlklll and Husuuolianna liraneh atS.40 p. in. l'or Auburn,' at b.f a. in. For Allelitown.at 5.15, 8.0ft, W.Ooa. m., 1.45 and ' The SHili, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. rn. trnttis have through cars for .New Voi k. via Allentowu. SUNDAYS I i For Now York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentowu and Way stations, a! 5.20 a. m. For Heading, l'lilldelaplHa, and Way stations, at 1.46...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

Till! T1MU8, NUW IiLOOMWEU), l'A. JUNK 20. 1880. THE TIMES. Xew Vlvcm field, June 2J, 1880. NOTHiK TO ADVERTISERS. Ko Cut orHtmrvntype wilt toft fnaertpd In this paper nntftMllirht face ml oa niotal bane. r"Twpnty rorcrnt. In eirpwa of rwnlar ratea, will be ohanred (or ailverliamnuuU aei in lJuuble Colnnin. Mr. S. H. ?Uv,. Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 I'm It How. CI I'iKS lhilldlnn). New York, la u tlioii.rd to cmitrttft for advertisement for this paper at our best ratM. BOTitKe-o niTiiHrKiBF.ni. t.onltat the nmirwi on the label of Tour paper. Thoneibfiirenti'l! vnutlm tfnteto rvlilrh yonranb anl'tptlim Upnld. Within week attor money la aent, are If the data la obana-ad. Mo other raoelpt li ueoeaaarr PiTTsnriMS, allke most cities, will hardly be disposed to complain of her census this year. The enumerators show that her population of 80,000 In 1870 Increased to 433,000. Allegheny City has grown from D3.000 ten years ago to 78,000. Tbe two cities, which, for business purposes, are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEW I1L00MFIELD, PA., JUNE 29,-1880. 5 THE TIMES. l0(ihl l)cphi'tiiieiit. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On and after Nov. loth, 1870, Traina ran a. follow! s WESTWARD. EASTWARD. tu6 WPIttntmrK Kinross leave Harrlsbnrirat 10.16 r w. Dunrannon 10.44 oW: Newport 11.06 (nag) and ar rives at Pltt8bui'Kat;.00A. M. laPaclftc Erres Went will atop at Itnncannon at 4. So and at Newport at 5.14 a. m., when flawed. l"Ooliit West, the Way Passenirer Iraves Kama burn Daily the other traiua Bally except Sunday. Hr"Gnlmr East, the Atlnntlo Express leavea Altoitia Dally , the other trulua Daily except Sunday, rarlflc Express east runs daily except Monday, ami will stop at Dnnonniion at 11 :19 a. m., whim fl:iiwel. Ou Hiuirtnys it will make the following extra ptopn when flwoced: llell'a Mill's 8:00, Hpraee (li-eek 8;27, Petersburg 8:3J, Mt. Union ;10, MuVeytown ;S3. Correspondents who wish their articles published must hare them In not later than Sat urday. Letters received Mondaymo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

0 TIIH TIMES NEW ULOOMFIKLI), I'A.. JUKE 29, 1880. Y V HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. . Lime in Agriculture. . The Journal .0 Forestry briefly euros up many of the uses of lime when ap plied to the Boll. The eflects of lime as will be seen, are lu part mechanical and . 'in part chemical. ' 1. ,Upon deep alluvial and clny soil it increases the orop of potatoes, and ren ders them less waxy. Sprinkled over potatoes in & store heap it preserves them, and when riddled over the cut-sets it wonderfully increases their fertility. 2. Lime eradicates the finger and toe . disease in turnips, and gives greater soundness to the bulbs. - 8. It.glves, when applied to meadow land, larger produce of more nutritious grasses. It also exterminates coarse and 6our grasses, destroys couch grass, and act powerfully on ryegrasses. .' 4. Upou arable land It destroys weeds .of various kinds. . 5. It rapidly decomposes vegetable ' matter, producing a large amount of food ' for plants in the form of carbonic acid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

THE TIMES, NEAV ULOOMFIHLD, 1'A., JUNE 129, I88O1 , Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLIS, Attorney at-Law, and District Attorney. New Bloomtleld. Perry Co.. Ta. -Onic9 over Mortimer's new store. All legal tidiness promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, 18SI). JB. JUNKlN,.Attorney-at-Law. New Bloomlleld, Perryco.,fa. - OIBoe Neit door to the residence of Judge Juuklu. AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry county, Fa. iT Olllce opposite the Mansion House. and three doors east of the Post-WUlce. y EW1S POTTKK, All'OitSEV AT 1iAW NEW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO..PA. WClalms promptly secured collated Wrltlngsaud all legal business carefullyattend edto. ayi ""1HARLE8 U. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. Office two doors vast ol Joseph Smith's hotel. WM, A. 8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New BloomHold, Perry co., Pa. 3 2 ly WM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, New BlooniUeld, Perry oo., Pa. Bloomfleld, 3 331v. LEWIS POTTER, notary public. New ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 June 1880

THE TIMES NEW I5L00MFIELI), 1A.. JUNE 2!), 1880. 8 Making New Leg for a Boy. The Hartford Post tolls the following atory of the experiments made on a Wind horn oounty boy : "On the 81st of Decem ber, 179, Jesse, An eleven year old son of Edwnrd Morgan, n Influential citizen of Canterbury, foil Into a shallow vat con taining A solution of potash lu boiling wa ter. He struck on both feet the liquid coming nearly up to his hips, and Instantly the skin of the legs commenced to peel off. It was found that the flesh on both legs bad been se thoroughly boiled that no cells re mained for a new skin to form a growth upon. Tue boys life was one of excruci ating agony for months. Last April a young physician determined the salvation of the lad's life by skin grafting. The boy's parents Imploring bim to undertake the operation, be was finally induced to try it. Over two thousand grafts were used, the mother of the child, a coble-hearted Irish coachman in the family, the lad bim self and many of...

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

HT;0OMiPEto AM . . A 1 Tl ... 7? I (car i - ' VOL. XIV. isnsw BLooMiri35ir), ipa.., Tuesday, july ibvibho. NO. 28. THE TIMES. 4n Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISOBO BVBBT TUESUAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. T1S11MH I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) Hix Mouths ft AO 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In ArtvAnrn. a Discount of 2ft Cents will Demaile from the above taring, making subscription within t lie County, Wkcu l'ald In JUrance, 91.25 Vcr Tear. Advertising rates furnished uponappll- eatlon. SOLDIERS' DREAMS. A WEEK previous to the battle of Fair Oaks a New York volunteer who passed the night lu a tent of a member of the Third Michigan Infantry got up in the morning looking very glum and down-hearted, and when ral lied about his fancied homesickness he said : " I have only a week to live 1 I had a dream last night which has settled the business for me and lots of others. A week from to-day a battle will be fought and thousands will be elaln. My regi ment...

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

THIS TIMES, NEW HL00MFIEL1), PA. JULY 13. 1880. - Contrasting Two Hoinea. TWlAuen on their way home, met at a ttrret crossing, and then walked on together. They were neighbors and friends. "Thl has been a very bad day)" iald Mr. Freeman, In a gloomy voloe. Atid as they walked homeward they discour aged encu other, and made darker the clouds that obscured their whole ho. q-lsson. "Good evening," was at last said hurriedly ; and the two men passed Into their homes. Mr. Walontt entered the room where his wife and children were gathered, and without speaking to any one, seated himself In a chair, and leaning his head back, closed his eyes. His countenance wore a sad, weary, exhausted look. He had been seated thus for only a few minutes, when his wife, said In a fear ful voice: ' " More trouble again." ' " What Is the matter now V" asked Mr, Walcott, aim oh t Btartlng. "John has been Bent home from school." "WhatV" Mr. Waloott portly rose from his chair. " He has been suspeuded fur bad c...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 13, 1880. 3 RAILHOADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARKANSBMBNT OF PA88ENGKHTBAIN8 MIT 10ui7i880. Trains LcaTe Harrlsburg as Follows i For New York via Allentown, at 8.15, 8.05 a. m. For Nw York la Phllndetphlft nd "Bound Brook Route," t).4u, (Fast Kxp.) B.6 a. ni. and 1.45 p. III. , . , Through car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For l'hlladdlnlilft, at MS. 8.40 (Fat Kxp) 8.U6, (throiiifli car), 6.50 a. in., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. For Fteadliiit, at B.1B, 6.40 (Fast Jixp.) 8.0S, .B0 a. in., 1.45,4.(10, and 8.(Xt p. m. Fof FntUyllle. atft.lfi. B.OS. W a.m. and 4.00 B. in., and via Hchnvlklll and BiisijuMianna ranch at il.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For Alleutowu, at 8.16, 8.06, .6Ua.in., 1.46 and 'The M5, 8.0oa. m. and 1.45 p. m. train have through cars lorKew York, via Allentown. BUNDAY8 I For New York, at 8.20 a. m. For Allentown nnd Way Stations, at 5.20 a. m. For llsaillnii, I'hlldelaphin, and Way citations, at 1.46 p. in. Trains Leav...

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

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELD, TA. JULY 18, 1880. THE TIMES. JTew Bloom field, July J.3, 18SQ. NOTICE TO ADVKItTISKltt). no Out or morentype will he Inserted In this paif - nnlessltKllt face and u metal base. sWTwimty per c,t. intiwm of rr-Knlar rates, will beoharKedforadvortweineut aetlu Double Oolnrun. Mr. J. H. s.Tns.'Wewspftper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Kow.(TliiHM.tluildliig). New York, is u thnrlzed tocnntracti for advertisements lor tliti papur at our beatntes. HOTICB TjO SIJIlHCHIBEills, I.noh it the figures on the label of yonr rerr.- Those Hmirt-n tell rniuhn Halt) In which infiili r. lpilm, I..BH1. Within 1 weekjaiUMr money Is sent, sen If the dute li ohamred. No other receipt II neceaurr. The bakst on 'the, county form near Lancaster city, was -destroyed by Are on the 4th last. The cattle were all caved, but the crop of wheat and hay was burn ed. Some other buildings were slightly damaged. Incendiary. The recent ditorial eliange In the " Philadelphia Press" makes It one of ...

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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