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

- t' hi VOL, XtV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, iPA.., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1HBO. NO. 31. 0 "Hf . THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS PBBLIBHSD SVBBY TUBBDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEUMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Pontage Free) fill Months " II 50 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In AnvAwen. a Discount ot 25 Cents will be made Irom the above terms, making subscription wlthlu the County, When Paid In Adrancc, f 1.25 Per Tear. Advertising rates furnished uponappll tatlon. A Woman's Adventure. IT was Christmas Eve, and bitterly cold. The down train from London, due at Bristol at 5:50, had Just come In crowded with passengers, and the arri val platform was a Bcene of indescribable confusion. Excited passengers rushed hither and thither seeking their own special property amid the piles of lug gage that lay scattered around ; and wearied and worried ladles sought vain ly among the crowd for a disengaged porter to convey their bags and boxes safely to a cab. Active youths and ...

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 August 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. AUGUST 3. 1880. A Woman's Hens. 188 OilEY, if you don't keep lem hens out of my master's ground they'll all be shot, fur such Is hlg orders." ,' ,. i 1 Jacob llobbg, the gardener at Derrick Ijangholm's elegant Country place, did not give expression to his master's wishes In as gentle a (one Its he might have used had It been any one else whose hens were troublesome, but Eunice Grey what matter how he apoke to hett The woman leaned agalust the fence which separated her miserable little grounds from the flourUhlnir estate of the rich man, and listened quietly to the gardener's speech. Her face looked paler than usual this Warm spring day. Was It the heat or Some hitter recollec tion which had driven all color 'from cheek and Hp t Her eyes were red and swollen, perhaps from weeping, but more likely from too steady application to fine sewing by candlelight. Hbe was not a pretty woman, as seen in the searching light of the early morning; she was far too th...

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 August 1880

8 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARBAN9KMKNI 0F PABBBNOE TRAINS MAY lOtilT 1880. Trains Leare Hnrrlsburg as Follows t For New York via Allentown. at b.li, B.06 a. m. "KorlSJwy'ork via Phltod!!" and 'ojjnd Brook Kuute," 8.4o,(lrat Kxf.) B.tta a. m. ana 1-M&h car arrive. In .Haw Tort a 11 1 noon. Kor Philadelphia, at 6.16. .4u fHwt Kxp) 8.06, wtifc&r to MO . m . an" via Bctiuylklll and Busuuelianna firai oi at 2.40 p. m. Kor Auburn, at Of a. m. Kor AUeutowu, at 8.16, S05, U.W a. m., 140 aud "'"The fUR, cona. m. and 1.46 p. m. train, have through salt for ew ork. via Allcutowu. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. m. Kor Allentowu and Way Htatlonn, at 5.20a. m. Kor HwHlliig, Plilldelaulila, aud Way Btalimi", at 1.45 p. m. . Trains Leave for Harrisburg ns Follows I Leave Now York via Allentown, 8 49 a. m . 1.00 aljave rJowYorkvla'-Bouiia Brook Route." and Philadelphia at 7.4!i a. m., M.H0 and 4.uo p. in., ar riving at HarrlHOiirK. l.W. A 20 P. m.. and 0.00p.ni. niiroiiKl...

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

THE TIMES, NEW ItLOOMKlELl), PA. AUGUST 3. 1880. THE TIMES. 2teV Bloomfleld, .A$mM 1880. NOTICH TO ADVKIWlHfcVKB. Ho Cut orfttarsntrps will W liinertM InUiH apr UnlMi IlKhi fftoe suet on mtl bane. Wirwmtjr pur wn. in himm of niriilf r". tll oeoMTKBU lor ureriiainMus mm uuhuwvihiu..i Kt.tS. H. BA1F.S, NwnMT Alvm-M171K Ag't. 11 Pnrlr H.ii ITIniu IttilMlusl. New Villi. 1 all thorhel to contract for srerthemeuss lor this paper at our best raws. NOTICE TO SUHHCRIBEIU. I.unk t the flirnrM no the lbl of ymir ppr. Thou iliinrwi toll von tbn attm w-litah rnriitl. rrltUn lpll. Within Sk numrr Is ont, imi If Ui ilt I onanird. No other noelpl IsnMeanarr. General Hancock's, letter -of ac ceptance Is published. It hu one merit At leiwt, that political document do not usually have It Is short. The bogus medical college it is ascer tained has put out over eleven thousand diplomas. The oldest Daily Paper in the United states Is the claim put forth by the Philadelphia North American, &xv If merit...

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

TI1K -TIMES, .'NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., AUGUST 3, 1880. THE TIMES. Io5h.1- l)ejh,rtqeit. " PENNSYLVANIA a. H.-UIDDLE DIVISION. On snrt ftir Momlur, June It, lmo, Passenger Tratut will run mi kuium.. ffEBTWAUD. WsyMmliAnCiPlti. PassiTr'ttiTfo Ka. EASTWARD. Mftl.iJ'miM.ill Aco. K. I'Vr'u STATIONS. fhiiadt'llihlaT IHrrlnlmrir, HH-kTlllo, Msrvsvllie. 19.80 A.M. t.M t.lll 11.40 t-80 180 t-.W r.v. la T,W f.M t.B'i t.ui S.W i'.ii f.11 .07 1.41 1.14 4 61 4.17 1)37 9. SO r.M. no 11). I .t l.Mi ll :!V J.Wla.M Hii.n I Oil ii in .41 .60 10.41 I0.M 1.08 Ml )uuounou, tally' Newport, Mlllemtnwii, Tliompsout'u. Mexico,. .,..., Port Royal.... Mifflin, .i Lowlfltowu L AmlnrHon',,., MoVeykowii,. N. Hamilton, , Hmtllrltfdou,. Tyrone, Attnou s.ih Hi i a: I.MS ,,,11. u. S3, HI a. 4 10 S.4S Ms 10.1 J 1 01 I. IS 1.30 4 W.II.4S S-'S 11 M lll.n4l 111. 041 1.87 1.(5 10.40. 11.13 iaiii 4.94 4.61 t.90 6 B-l 10 11.84 13.11 I. If, 1.56 .M. 8:60 II). I .in 9.24 S.rjl B. In P.M. Ill:, MwllriTTsnimoii. A.U I 7:86 rwPlt...

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

IwUsITfTrFaND GARDEN." T Tell the Hour. Beat yourself at a table. Attach a piece of metal (say a shilling) to a thread. Having placed your elbow on the table, hold the thread between the points of the thumb and forefinger, and allow the shilling to hang In the center of a glass tumbler ; the pulse will Imme diately cause the shilling to Vibrate like a pendulum, and the vibrations will increase until the shilling strikes the sides of the glasB 1 and suppose the hour of the experiment be seven or half-past seven, the pendulum will Btrike the glass seven times, and then lose its mo mentum and return to the center; if you hold the thread a sufllcent space of time, the effect will be repeated, but not until a sufllcent space of time has elaps ed to convince you that the experiment is complete. We need not add that the thread must be held with a steady band, otherwise the vibrating motion would be contracted. At whatever hour of the day or night the experiment is made, the coincidence wil...

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

THE TIMES, NEW ' HLOOMPIELD, l'A., AUGUST 3- 1880. Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALMS, Attorney-at-Law, and District Attorney. New Rloomtield. Perry Co.. Pa. -Olnoe over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. Way 4. 1880. JB. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry eo., Pa. W OlUce Next door to tlia residence el Judge J Hiikln. - - ' stl AM. MARKBL, Attorney-at-Law, . New Blooiu Held, Perry eounty, Pa. l-tf Office opposite tba Mansion Housfj.and three doors east of the Post-Willce. T EW19 POTTKH, . AtTOllSfi AT UW, NEW BLOOMFJELD, FERRY CO..PA. 47-Olalms promptly secured oolleoted Writings aud all legal business earefullyattend edto. ny' HARLEB H. BMILKY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Cg. Pa. T Olttee two doors east of Joseph Bmlth's Clotel. August , 1872. -itfM. A.8PONSI.KK, Attornfy-at-tjtw, W OlUce adjoining his residence, on Kast Main street, New BlooinUeld, Perry co.,Pa. 88 ly 117M. N. SE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law, W New Bloom...

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

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A.. AUGUST 3, 1880. Saved by A Frog. The Ameiionn (Ga.) Ronublicnn says : A gentleman, from ttio country gives us the following as his experience with a rat tlcsunke, a short time Bince : lie lays that the pigs bad been getting into his garden, and lie was looking luonnd for the liole. Iu one corner the weeds and grass bad not been cut down, and as he went up close to see if the hole was there, he heard a noiae and then the rattle of warning bis snakesliip gave out. lie turned and saw a large suake colled and darting his tongue, while his tnll quivered and shook until the little ehells on the end seeraod to him as loud as a big train of cars. The little Bhlnlng eyes of tho animal were brilliant with fury and seemed to dart forth rays of burning poison that filled bis soul with a dread that made him shiver from head to foot. Tho fence was high and solid plank ; there was no Btick near, und the snake was net seven feet off, and light where in trying to go...

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

C5 v A. r . If n i in m pa kg) -a Its VOL. XtV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, FiV., TUESDAY, AUGUST lO, 1880. NO. 32. '' 14 THE TIMES. In Independent family Newspaper, II PUBLISHED B VSR Y TO BSD AT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) It BO Six Mouths " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay tn AnvAncw. 'Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Tald In Advance, f 1.25 Per Tear. Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. A Detective's Story. TTARD case up this way," said the JlX telegram sent in my direction by Harney. A break-out of convicts. Warden Bates killed. Deputy Warden Locke dangerously wounded. Two pris on ere escaped. Get np here on the 1.30 train for further details." Flung on my coat, got under my cap, swung on at the rear car just as the train was moving, and got Into Knox county in due time. Found things even worse than repre sented by the lightning. These were the particular...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA. AUGUST 10. 1880. One Day Too Soon. 1 IT 18 nil over! I am not yet thirty years bid, bill ihy li&lr In Btreaked with gray, tuy heart lies like Ice In my bosom, and my life seems a long, dreary waste a punishment. ' ! ' , ' . Ah, If my sin was great, I was sorely tiinpted, and my punlshment'wlll only end with my life I When was it I first loved my cousin Kate? It might have been when Aunt Carrie offered her soft cheeks out of a handle of flannel for my boy-llps to "kiss the baby." School holidays were days to see Kate, and as I entered man's estate my boy-love was only deepened to the one absorbing devotion of my heart. I Was wealthy, my father having left me a fortune when I wa9 six years old, that had been nursed carefully by my conscientious guardian, till it was nearly trebled in Value when I came of Hge. Aunt Carry, my mother's sister, had only the smallest income from her dead husband's estate, aud lived in a wee cottage not far from the great ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 August 1880

(THE TIMES, RAILROAD8,, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARKANKMENTOF PABSENOKKTRAINH MAY lOthT 1880. . ' Trains Leave llarrlsburg as Follows : For Naw York via Allentown, at 8.18, 8.06 a. m. and 1.46 1. m. . . Kor Nww York Yla Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," aM, (Vase Kxp.) 8.S6 a. m. and "rfi'roiigh car arrives In New York at 1J noon. For PhllaoMlphln, at 6.18. 6.40 (Vast Exp) 8.05, (through car), 6.60 a. m.. 1.48 and 4.1HI p. in. ForKeadlng,at8.1,fl.4U(Faat Kxp.) 8.08, 9.60 a. m., 1.4f),4.mi, and 8.09 p. 111. . . M For Pnttsvllle. at 8.18. .us, .W a.m. and 4.M) 6. m., and via Schuylkill and Buo,iielianna ranch at 2.40 p. m.: For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For AHentowu.atB.15, 8.05, t.5Ua. m., 145aud "The MB, 8.08a. m. and 1.48 p. m. tralna have through cms lor Hew York, via Allentowu. BUN DAYS I For New York, at 8.20 a.m. For Allentown and Way Htatlons, at 8.20 a. m. For Hmuting, Phlldelaphla, and Way dial tons, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave for llarrlsburg ns Follows I lave New Yor...

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

4 TJIK TIMES, NEW NLOOMFIKLI), PA.. AUGUST 10. 1880. THE TIMES. New ltloomfleld, August 10, 18X0. NOTICK TO AIIVKIITIUKH. Ha Onl or Ktm-ootf will hatttaartail lutlila ttt Dnlww Mirht fao aim ou matal bwn. WTmtty pur cont In oirawa of roioilar ratoa, will bhtKl (urailrartlaouinuta tin bouulaUolunin. Mr. J. H. Bonn, NwHipr AAvertfslna A('t, 41 1'ark Kow.O'lme lliillrtliw), N Vim k. in ail tlmrlrnl In contract for Ktvel tlwmf hU lor tills ' paper at our beat rata. KOTU II TO (IIIIKt'HIBKBM. J,nnh at Ilia Bioirwi nn h lahol nf vimr parr. .i.rtmirololl vnu llm llnmll which )inr anb- crl VI Inn la pnlil. Wllliln , "T iiniiwjr la anni, If tha data la oband. Mo othar racalt la uaoaaaarr. Doctok Tan Nic u has demonstrated the ftict that UK can live forty day and night without food. On Saturday noon his forty days expired. He then walked down the hall to the wash room, wash ed, put on his coat and hat and then walked out to a carriage which took him to the residence of a friend where he will ...

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

THE TIMES, NI5W nLUOMFlF.LV, I"A.. AUGUST 10, 1880. THE TIMES. Io&i1 Dep!u'tiiicit. PINNSTLVANIA &. .-lIDDLB DIVISION. on tml ft-r M miliar, June II, lw, Psiseniw Trains will ruu aft innm,,. WKHTWARU. EASTWARD. WeyiMslliAee. Pit. PmlTfiiriVul tl. PnmnipAL Bl'ATIIIKH. l'blldt'lllil7 lUrrliiitirr, Marjnvlllf Diimnimtt a, Adtipduut If IN ij'ns Mill Aoo. Ex. Il'r'u Is. BO I T.loj P.M. 1111 i.oe S.S r. w.V.n. t .iKi inns I. Sil P. M P.M. 5.1s I.M I. 8S 1:8 017 II. 48 .(17 1.49 4.11 .7 l.SO 1.001 1.2! MO Ml w it. An mi B.4D I 14 t.m t.ag . 10.M .M 11. IB, . 10 .11.4 s.oa i.4 1.41 U.IJi I. ISMI1.H4 7 If III II B II. 411 It. 114 . tnl Daily , Newitort nil 1.47 1.97 I.M !l .H4 .Ml Mlllerntown, Minim lU.Ofl lll. IB IH I.IK I ml I.rwlitowii J. Hiinttiiicdnu. Tyrn, Allnoli f.4i in a.f I.M t.W Ml P.M. lam1 T.0 A.M. ! riTTsuntuii. A.M,N tir-Pltll)iirir Rserr-ss loa rfarrltmn al I0.1B .U, vtinnanumi lif.44 ini. rlvaaat I'ltMlmrit al7 l; Nuwpurl 11.06 iIUh) ami sr. A. M. tv-Parlllo Rtpmaa W...

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

0 TH E TIMES ! NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 10, 1880. Ioomfitlb (Jjhnts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. ' ' Value ftf Milk. If om wishes to grow fleshy, a pint of milk taken before retiring at night will Boon cover the scrawniest bones. Al though nowadays we see a great many lean lank ones wholgh for the fashion able measures of plumpness, and who would be vastly improved lu health and appearance ould their figure be rounded with good solid Jlesh. Nothing Is more coveted by thin women than a full fig ure, and nothing will arouse the Ire and provoke the scaudal of those " clipper builds" as the consciousness of plump ness in a rival. In case of fever and summer complaints milk is now given with excellent results, The idea that milk 1b " feverish " has exploded, and it is now the physician's great reliance in bringing through typhoid patients, or those in too low a state to be nourish ed by solid food. It is a mistake to scrimp the milk pitcher. Take more milk and buy less meat. Look to your ...

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

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIELD, PA., ' AUGUST; 10, 1880. Professional Cards. J OH tT. CALVIN WALLI9, Attorney at Law, and District attorney. New Hloomfieht, PerryCo., Pa. -Olfl ee over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, Is). TB.JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law. " ftanr Itlilnlll llnlil. Perr 0.. Pa. r Ofiloe Next door to the residence ol Judge Jud Kin. ' AM. MARKKL, Attorney-at-Law, New Itloomllold, Ferry oounty, Fa. l-tf Office opposite the Mansion House, and three door east of the Fost-IIlce. T- KAV19 POTUSR, S . ' ' ATTOUN KY AT liAW '. : NKW BLOOMFIELD,' FERRY CO., PA. irClalms promptly secured colleoted Writings and all legal business carefully attend edto. flHAKLESU.HMr.LEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Do. Pa. Oluoe two uoors east ui uunepn Hmlth'a hotel. (August 2, 1872. itTH. a. mponsler. Attorner-at-Law.' VY Olllce adjoining Ms residenoe, on East Ham street, New uioomiiem, t erry co., ra. a a ij Tti. N. 8K1BERT, Attorney-at-Law,...

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

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 10, 1880. c5 The Benders Identified. Fremont, Neb., August 2. It Is gener ally believed her tbnt the two prison- , erg, arretted a few dixy s bro and beld by ( Sheriff Gregg, are the notorious John or Old Man Bender and bin wire, of Kansas, who 'several years ago made robbery and murder of tbelr gueBts a regular business. Busplclon was first aroused by their Inquir ies as to whether the whereabouts of the ltendor family bad jet been discovered. They were traveling on foot through the country and were overtaken thirty miles west of here. Gregg accosted tbera with 'Hello, Kate." The woman at onoe replied My name alnt Kate Bender." In jail they were Interviewed by a Mr. Ilooflan, wh6 once lived near them in Kansas. He fully identified thnm. The woman denied that she is Mrs. Bender, 'but says her male corn pan ion Is Old Man Bender. Ilooflan showed the male prisoner a plau of Bender's Kan sas house, adjoiulng the graveyard ' which the old man acknow...

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

. ., i,,V .t!:':.;.3tn. VOL. XIV. IsTEW BLOOMFIELD, 1JA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1880. KU 33. I I It W 1 I' .T.-1 nnnflf v m . i i n 9 ' ii r u - a, iv v ii. . jw a -vsr ' v -, ' I THE TIMES. 4n Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLISHED II VERT TUE9DAT BT F. MORTIMER & (JO. TEHMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Pontage Free) It SO Six Mouths " " 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In Advancb a Discount of M Cents wlU bemade (rom the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Paid in Advance, $1.25 Fcr Year. 9" Advertising rates furnished uponappll eatlon. A SAILOR'S YARN. ryHE Valeria was lying la the bay X at St. Michael's, one of the dullest holes we ever put into in all my experi ence. Harry Martin was first lieutenant and I was second. Crtpps was our cap tain a good old sort enough, only he bothered . us rather with reading out sermons on a Sunday, for he was a rigid Presbyterian, and was forever inveigh ing against the errors of Borne. Bather a queer lin...

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

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA. AUGUST 17. 1880. f ... 7 triumphantly, as If now he had men- Honed something bo crushlngly conclu- ivethat all further explanation was unnecessary. I plays it, as you Know, and I'll nlay It to-morrow, but not so hard as to hurt the young lady inBide, sir.' "And In the big drum Dolores was actually concealed next morning when old Captain Crlpps, as Innocent as a lamb of what had occurred during his absence, conducted 'a strong party of priests and police olllolals over and Into every nook and corner of the Valeria In search of the missing nun. We were all In nts of laughter while the old fellow did the honors of his vessel, and the Spaniards' faces grew longer as Uielr search proved fruitless and unavailing. They left not a oranny unnoticed, while the band played gayly on deck, and the big drum appeared to do quite As much duty as usual, though the broad grins on the faces of some of the old bandmen and the preternatural solemnity of Mat's countenanc...

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

r W' THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 17, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA8BEKOKHTRAIN8 Mk 10th, 1880. Trains Lean Harrlsburg as Follows : For New York Via Allentown, at 5.15, 8.05 a. m. anil 1,4ft p. m. . . ,. . For New Vork via IMilladelphla and "Bound Brook Route," 8.o, U'ast Exp.) 8.S& a. m. aud ' ifrroiigh car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.15, 6 (Fast Kxp) 8.05, (through car), 9.50 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m, ForfieaalnK,at!U.M.40Fast Exp.) 8.05, 9.50 a. m., 1.4fi,4.ou. and 8.08 p. m. For Pottsvllle. at 5.15, 8.05, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 E. m., and via (Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 3.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.30, a. m. For Altentowu, at 5.15, 8.05, 9.50 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. n. . . . The 6.15, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. train have through cars for New Vork, via Allentown. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 8.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5.20 a. m. For Hearting, riilluelaphia, and Way Stations, at 1.4...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 August 1880

1 ) THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIEIJ), PA. -AUGUST 17. 1880. Y, u THE TIMES. ATew Jtloomfleld, AyfftMt 17, 1880. NOTICK TO ADVKIITIMBHS. ' No Out nrHtimntyr will b lnred In till )rt Qnlmi HKht (ftoe and on inf Ml bane. tvTwanty pprcviit. in vn of ri-Kiilnr rntf". will btohtnradloradvHnianiURUU setlu JJmiWeUoluuiu. Mr. J. H.SUms, Newspaper AdweitWnR AR't., 41 l'avk Row, (Times llullilliitr), New York, is ail th.orlr.rd to.contract for adveitlMeuts lor this paper at our best rales. ROTICR TO KUIIWt'RIUERK. I.nnlttt Mix amir on the labl of your iim IhoRpilKMiTiitt'll vmi llm ilnte o whUi ynni'nuli (iMlpllonUpnlit. Within i woekislter money l lent, If the date la I'lianxod. No other rmielpt la nuoeaaarv. The persons arrested as the Benders, wben confronted with the cltlsens of the Kansas town were declared net to be them. It was an old dodge to get cheap transportation. Death of Ex-Governor Blgler. Ex-Governor Wm, Bigleii died at his home In Clearfield at 0 o'clock last Monday morning. He was ...

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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