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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

VOL. XIV. Sri3W 1JA.., TUESDAY, BJJlJTI3M13Elt 7, 1BHO. NO. 30. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IB PU1IU9HS D EVERT TUB9DAT BT P. MORTIMER & CO. T1C11MH i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Postage Free) tl HO Hlx Months " " 80 To Subscribers In this County Who py In AnvAWB. aTMscnnnt of Cents will uemaile from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When l'aid In Advance, $1.25 Per Year. Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. Captured by the Indians. ON the evening of July 12, 1804, a small party were encamped on the prairie, near the Black Hills, being on the road from Idaho to Kansas. They consisted of five men, a lady named Mrs. Kelly, with her niece seven years ot oge. They were on the familiar, well-known trail from Fort Laramie, over which hundreds and thousands had passed, and there were other trains in front and rear, bo that none entertained a thought of danger. It was just growing dark, and the two colored men were busy preparing sup p...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELI), 1A.. SEl'TEMBKll 7, I860. Capturing a Ghost. PAUL C'HKNEY sat at his desk lu the sellout room of a rural dlstrlot, where he hud been teaching (to uso a veil-worn ailge) the joung Idea how to shoot. Ills present task was that of writing a letter to a chum lu his city home. " No doubt (he wrote) you luiaglue I u m dwelling In a sort of rural Arcadia, ami Just as fr as physical nature goes, I am, for there can be nothing more green than the hllls.uothlng more clear, cool or limpid, or musical than the brooks that everywhere rlbbou the valleys, Furadlne Itself could not pro duce more life giving breezes, and yet my life Is a burden, because the girls (aud they are greatly the majority of my pupils) are such wide awake, nils-chief-loving, tormenting beauties as were never before given to 0110 person to manage. They will have their own way, and completely demoralize the school i they tease, coax, and wheedle me out of my most Important rules, and when endurance...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. SEPTEMBEll 7, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ABttANCIEMENT OF PA88KNOEJKTBAIN8 Mit 10th, 1880. Trains Leave Harrlsburg as Follows : For New York via Alleutown, at 6.13, B.05 a. m. and 1,4ft p. ni. , ,. . For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," 6.4j, il'ast Kxp.) 8.K5 a. m. and 1.4,1 p. ni. riirouirh car arrives In New York at 13 noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.15. 0.4'i (Fast Jixp) 8.05, (throiiKli car), B.60 a. in.. 1.4? and 4.W p. m. For Reading, at MIS, 8.40 (Fast Exp.) 8.05, 0.50 a. m., 1.45,4.00, and 8.08 p. m. 1'orPottsvllle. at 5.15. 8.05, 9.W a. m.and 4.00 p. in., and via Bchuylklll and Husuuelianna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 5.30 a. m. For Allentowu, at M5, 8.06, .6oa. in., 1.45 and 1.00 p. Ml. , . , , The 6.15, g.OSa. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have throntjh cars for New York, via Allentowu. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 5.20 ft. m. .. For Allentowu and Way Btatlons, nt 5.20 a. m. For Heading, l'lilldelnphia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

4 THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, Sept. T, 1880. NOTICE TO ADVKHTISRHS. Ho Ant orHtorrmtyiis will bf Inserted In this purer tlDleHsllfrbtfRcoaud ou molftl usae. "Twmity jwr ram. In peMs of rPirnUr Mfoa, will beonredfora(lvrtlaeiuuta set In Double Uulumu. Mr. J. It. IUieu, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Row, (Times Building), New York, in nil thorlzrd to contract for advertisements for tills paper at our best rates. KOTICK TO H( IIHl HIHEIIW. I.nnk at the nVnres on the Isbel of your in-r.-ThoKenirnrontKll yon the (line I o ivlilch ynnr Mill. 'iiilloii In nll. Wltliln 9 weoks sltor money la ant, ai If the date la chinned. Mo other receipt la neoeaaarr. The Liiikl Suit of Zell vs The liar risburg Independent, ended as do most IKiel Bults agalnBt newpapers. The plaintiff had the costs to pay. Death Caused by Politics. Chester, August 30. As a crowd of men were standing on the station plat form at Rockdale, about seven miles from here, last night, discussing politics one of them believe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

THE TIMES, THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. II. MIDDL3 DIVISION. On inn! nftpr Mnnrfay, Trains will mil iu hiiu.mi. June II, 1WW, Paaaenirer WE8TWAUD. EASTWARD. WsTiMnll ef.ll'lta. PaaaiiVlii fr'u fcx. PlUHCIirAIi STATIONS. Mffl.iJ'nuiM.ill Aoo. Ex. I'i'r'n 19 Rl T-JW .ss p. M.r.n. II oil 10 84 S.BJ 10.41! II.0S1U.5S, e.w B. 65 11.18 T. 10 11.44 8.01) lli.lhl l'hiladeliibia, A. M P.M A.M. HOI' P.M P.M. S 1ft 7.5a 7.a 7.83 7.07 57 11.48 ,07 5.48 4.17 8.37 S.60 7:35 l.WI t.ue tTarrlaburir, Mansvlllr. I. Ml 8..W 1.11 S.4U Duiicaiinou, Auurriuul BIS I9.A8 19.45 S.44 R.U) 8.14 .t. 8.02 Hally'a 7.41 7.3S 7 If 6 9p 0.40 Mr a. i a, ia.24. III K.97 lu.lW .86 8 4; 8.27 8.5B s.sti, tl.84 T.ao Newport . Mtllrratowu, MllTllli,.. .PWiHtoWll J. UnntiiiKdnu., TyriniH , Altnona 8.11 11.84 111. 4H 7.30 l.lil 7. 48. l.Ml 1 1 .04 13.11 1.1(1 1.55 11.23 B.6j S.l, (t.fS4)3 :S5! T.001 rUTSDUKGll. r.H.U M. P.M.; A.M. A.M. A U. tWPHldiMii Rjproa leaves Hiirrlannrp at 10.18 r.M. Dnneannon 10.44 (IIiik)i Ni-wport 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 7, 1880. mt $Iooinfidb Unites. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Fowls In Orchards. Last week we visited an orchard In which fowls were kert. the owner of which told us that before the fowls were confined In It the trees made little or no growth, and only a corresponding amount of fruit was obtained. But what a change was evident now! The grass was kept down, the weeds killed, and the trees presented an appearance of thrift, which the most enthuslastio horticulturist could not but admire and envy. The growth of the trees was most vigorous, and the foliage remark ably luxuriant ; the fruit was abundant, of large size and free from worms and other Imperfections. The excellence was accounted for by the proprietor, who remarked that the " hens ate all the worms and curcullo within their reach, even the canker-worm." He found less trouble with their roosting In trees than he expected, and that a picket fence six feet high kept them within bounds. His or...

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

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIEM), PA., 8 EFT KM UK II 7, I860. Professional Curds. JOnN CALVIN WALM3, Attorney at-Law, and District Attorney. New isioomtleld. Terry Co., Tft. r-Onioe over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, 18SU. T D tTTU Vf AT A 4 . t 1 J nw nicioniiiHiil. I'errvco.. P a. a vu xv 1.11 a vim imj-ni-unn. - Olllce Next door to the residence of Judge in n kin. 4tf AM. MARKEL, Attornoy-at-Law, New Ulooinheld, ferry county, Pa. 1-tT" Ollice opposlte-the Mansion House, and throe doors east of the Post-Wlllce. r kwIs roTiEiii ATTOUNKY AT L.AW, N EW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO., FA. jrcialms promptly seoured collected 'Wrltlugsandall legal business carefullyatteu. d to. J2 yi CIIAULE8 II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Co. Pa. "0IUJ9 two doors east of Joseph Bmlth's hotel. August 2, 1872. WM. A. srONSl.ER, Attorney-at-Law, Otnce adjoining his residence, on East Main street. New Bloomtleld, l'erry oo., Pa. 8 i Ij AITM. N. BE1B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 September 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SKlTEMliKll 7, 1880. Fast Travel. We sometimes think thnt tho ligliluitiR trains on our principal railroads are inn at too high spood for safety, but facts have recently come to light which lerve to show that In tho matter of fnst going we are very much behind the English, Thus, eight trains run daily from King's Cross to Qrnntham, 105J miles,' without a stop mid without picking up water, in 1-3 and 128 minutes each. Anothor accomplishes 73 miles In 77 minutes, or about 60.88 miles per hour. Mention is also made of other quick tiaind, nearly all of which throw tho Ameiicnns completely in the shade. Rut this will not long be the case,for our great companies, not content with getting along comfortably and safely at forty miles an hour, are becoming envious of these nimblo-wheeled engines and are putting their energies to work for the purpose of ascertaining whether they too cannot trans port trains at the rate of a mile a minute, for one hncdred miles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

a VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD,' PAM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1880.' NO. 37. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, FFBUSHBD IVERT TUESDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. ' 0 ' ' ' TERMS i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) II TO Six Mouth " " 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In Advancr. a Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Tuld In Advance, 91.25 Ter Tear. - Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. THE DOCTOR'S STORY, on A Bride From the Grave. IT is almost an old story now, though I wag an actor in it ; but the world la ever reproducing itself in some form or fashion. Was there not an instance, in the August of this very year, of a resur rection taking place at Harrington,when all that quiet locality was startled from its propriety by the discovery of a body cast in its Bhroud beside its grave, which had been violated to procure the jewelry with which the deceased had been inter red ? My adventure, how...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

3 AT FEARFUL COST. "W rIIAT are your objections to my marrying your lilece. Mr. Mere dith r we love each other1 devotedly, and" i ' ' . "And love Is stuff and nonsense!" exclaimed Miser Meredith, as many call ed him. " You hre only a clerk, and you don't expect to support a wife and the family that would probably come after taking one, on affection, do youY My niece, provided, also, the man whom she chooses for a husband Is worth at least five thousand pounds, will be my sole heiress. I have been father and mother to her Blnce her parents died, so t think she would only be doing right by remaining single or I need attention ami care while I live." "Selfish old brute I" mentally ejacu lated Frank Waldron. Then he said aloud "you will never conseut to our marriage ever taking place V "Certainly not. My niece shall never be a poor man's drudge, if I cau help it. Good morning, sir 1" and old Meredith abruptly left the room. ' ; ; Hattie Meredith, a fine, handsome girl of twenty years, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

THE TIMES, .NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEl'IEMUEll 14, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANOBMENTOF PA88BNGKK TRAINS MAY lOlhT lSBO. , Trains Leave Hnrrlsburg as Follows i For New York via Allentown, at S.18, 8.06 a. m. orNew'vork via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route,'' 'Q.io, (Fast fcxp.) tM a. m. and 'Though car arrives lit New York at H noon. For I'lilladelplila, at 8.18. .4il (Fart Exp) 8.05, (through oar), .W a. m.. 1.4B and f.tw P. '. For Heading, at 6.1ft, 8.4') (Fast 11M) 8.05, 9.50 . m., 1.48,4. W.aud.0 p. In. . . For rottsvllla. at 6.18, 8.1)5, .0 a.m. and 4.00 p. in., and via Hchuylklll and Busqijehanna braneh at 2.40 p. m. For .Auburn, at 6.o a. in. For Alleutowu.atJ.15, 8.05, u.Soa.m., 1.46 aud '"xiw MS. 8.0,8 a. m. and 1.48 p. m. trains tiavs through oars lor New Vork. via Allentown. BUNDAYH t t For New York, at 8.20 a. m. ' For Allentown and Way Btatlons, at 6.20 a. m. For Keacliug, FlilldelaplHa, and Way blatiuua. at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lcaye Tor Harrls...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

4 THE TIMES. Hew Bloomjleld, Sept, 14, 1880. NOTICE TO ADVRT18KKS. Nn Out orRtarnntypa will b Inurtcd Inthlt pupvr ttnipaa light faoe and 011 metal baae. tWTuwntjrporflent tn oiawmi of remilar rf,wlll MolurRedCuradretUaemeuM ntlu boubla Uoliiinu. , Mr. J. H. BAfm, Newspaper AdrertlrtnR Ar'C, 41 Park How. (Times HuIIiIIiif), Nw York, la an fhnrlr.ril to contract for advertisements for Mill pajier at our best rates. HOTICB TO SUHafJHIBKIt!. t.nnkat tho flmircn nn h !bl of rmir prr. Thooruvum toll y mi I ho ilnte In whlrli yon v an b ari lpilou lapntd. within II weeka mtcr immry la Bent, a If tha data la cbaaired. Ho otbar receipt la neoeaaarv. The Circulation of Tub Times now ? sceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mulling list is always open for the Inspection of advertisers. The Republican Senatorial Confer ence will be held at Patterson on Thurs day the 10th Inst. Each county In the district has nominated a candidate Charles II. Smiley, Esq., being the can. didate named by this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 14, 1880. 6 THE TIMES. ItO&iT Department. PENNSYLVANIA 8. E. MIDDLE DIVISION. On and after Monday, June II. lsso, Fuirnirer Trains wlU rtiu u tullowa t ' WKKIWAHD. , IA8TWAP.D. WsyMml,Ace.,rlt4t., fill l'l'u Ir'u Kl.ll Mm.iJ'ntiM.iU Aoo. Ex. Tr'u STATIONS. 19.80 t ltd 9 I'hlhvleliilila. A. M P.M. r.w.ip.H. .oo;lu.ls nurrlKlmrir, A. If P.M 1.8(1, 1. 11 P W. !. IS .69 .89 .99 .07 57 .48 6.07 1.49 4.17 97 I.6U 7-ns 6. Id) 1.8(1 l.Bil I. OH 14 P. 110 B.aa (I 4(1 s.m Mrvvlllf, S.HCln 41 DlllM'allllOU, Aciueiluct,... Hlly Newnnrt. IS e.ii9 HUH 19. 46 S.4S J.IilU.9i R(I9 T.45 a.gg 9.47 a. 97 MS .Mii.in J. 89 T.l 3f II 40 em 11.94 P. 97 III.IM 7.10 11 4 19.11 ii. m 11.(14 h e.(i MlllornloWu, 1(1.41) nun .W 1.IH; 1.96 Aiiniiu, ........ Lewttown J., 19.18 5.1X1 84 J.l T.4B lit l.U iimitiniraoD Tyrone Altoous 1.1" plJA';riTT8DUEGH. r.M.lA.M. A.M. tWFRtib'nnr Kiprmit leaves narrismvra t uue p.w. Dnnrouuon 10.44 (fiK): Newport 11.06 (IUk) ud Ar rive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 14, 1880. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. THE IDLENESS OF GIRLS. Another great mistake that many of our girls are making, and that tbelr mothers are either encouraging or allow lug them to make, Is that of spending their time out of school In idleness or in frivolous amusements, doing no work to speak of and learning nothing about the practical duties and the serious cares of life. It is not only in the wealthier families that the girls are growing up indolent and un practiced in household work ; indeed, I think that more at ten tlon la paid to the Industrial training of girls in the wealthier families than in the families of mechanics and of people in moderate circumstances, where the mothers are compelled to work hard all the while. "Within the last week." says one my correspondents, " I have beard two mothers, worthy women in most re snects. sav. the first that her daughter never did any sweeping. Why,' if she wants to Bay to her companions, ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEFTEM11EU 11, 1680. Professional Cards. Philadelphia Advertisements j Philadelphia Advertisements. JOHN CALVIN WALLI9, Attorney Bt-Law, and Dlstrlot Attorney. New Uloomlleld, Terry Co.. Pa. VOnioe over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly aud carefully transacted. . May t, 1880. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-LaW, Mew Dlooinlleld, Perry CO., Fa. r Office Next door to the residence ofjurige Juokl nj i t I AM. MAKKEL, Attorney -at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Ferry eounty, Pa. fcsf" OtHee opposite the Mansion House. and three doors east of the t'ost-WlUce. J KVV19 PUTTER. ATTOBSKY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO., FA. rHnl.. nnnlnllMv aaAlirHll (till I .A t Al. Writings and all legal business carefullyattend- d to. sayi OUARLE8 II. HMILKY, Attorney at Law. New Uloomlleld, Ferry Co. Pa. rOftlae two doors ea ol Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2, 1872. WH. A.8PONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Uloomlleld, Perry ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 September 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW ttLGOMFIELD, PA!, SEPTEMBER U, 1880. A Fight with a Burglar In a Dark Room. The Chioago Eveulng News, nays ; A . desperate fight occurred about 12 o'clock lost Might between a burglar and Justlu Buttorfluld, son of William Butterfleld, residing at 009 Huron atreot, on the North Bide. The Intruder had climbed up to a raised window on the second floor and had just got In the room when he wag heard by the young man. Taking a re volver, which he had at hand, he fired one shot at the burglar, who gave a lond howl, as if badly wounded. He in his turn fired his revolver at But terfleld, the bullet narrowly missing him aud lodgiug in the wall behind him. The two then cloBed in a fleroe struggle for the mastery. It was euded by the thief strik iug his adversary a stunning blow on the head, probably with a billy, which caused him to fall to the floor. The burglar seiz ed the opportunity to make his escape through the window by which he had en tered. Owing to the plucky resist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

i1 isfeks ul' fell VOL. XtV. NEW BLOOMEIEID, PA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18BO. NO. 38. THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISH ID BVBRT TUHSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEHMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) Blx Months " " II SO 80 To Bubaorlbers In this County Who pay In Advaucb. a Discount of 2S Cents will be marie from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When raid In Advance, 91.85 Tor Year. Advertising rates furnished nponappll cation. $eledt jPoetfy. THE WORLD AS I FIND IT. They say the world's a weary place, Where tears are never dried, Where pleasures pass like breath on glass And only woes abide. It may be so I cannot know Tet this I dare to say, My lot has had more glad than sad, And so It has to-day. They say that love's a cruel jest ; They tell of woman's wiles That poison dips In pouting Hps, And death In dimpled smiles ; It may be so I cannot know Yet sure of this I am, One heart Is found above the ground Whose love Is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1A.. , SEPTEMBER 21, 1880. THE DOCTOR'S STORY, on . A Bride From the Grave. .. t ONCLVDEl). ' j ', BY the tnanoouvres of mamma,; who Is a great matchmaker, In the very year of ruy debut in London she con trived, I scarcely know how, to have me engaged to a mart for whom I cared nothing then, aud O, how much less now! A young girl of eighteen, his presence dazzled, his attentions flattered me, and that was the whole matter. I tolerated him. I have done all I can to delay the marriage for many months by feigning illness; but papa and mamma nay that to make a regular break ofF will prove such an esclandre In society. ; Vet Is my life, all my future, to be sacrificed for the myth we call society V I foresee too clearly what my fate will be, to pass through existence unloving and unlov ed ? but It is Heaven's will, or rather mamma's pleasure." i " O, that I were rich, Gertrude, or that men could not stigmatize me as an adventurer and fortune-hunter, as they wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

THE TIMES, NEW -JJLOOM FIELD, PA. SEI'TEMlffill 21, ,1860. 3 RAILR OA D S . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARK ANG EMENT OF PABBENGEHTRAIN8 MAY lOliiT 1880. Trains Leave Harrlsbnrg ns Follows t For New York via Allentown, at 8.16, 8.06 a. m. "Kor'New'y'nrk via I'hlMdi-lnhlii and "Bound Brook Route(" 6.4.o, (Fast Jixp.) 1,1 ttnd rLmigh ear arrives In New York at H noon. For Philadelphia, at 6.15, 6.40 Jl-astExu) 8.0S, (through car), 9.60 a. m 1.45 and 4.oo p. in. For Reading, at 6.16, B.4il( Fast Lip.) B.to, 0.60 For Fottsvllle. at 5.16. 8. OS, 9 60 a. m. and 4.00 p. n... and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. For Allentown, at 5.15, 8.05, 9.60 a. m., 1 46 and '"The 6.'5, 8.06a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New Vork, via Allentown. SUNDAYS ! For Now York, aU.20 a.m. ' ' For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5.20 a. m. For Heading, Flilldeliinhia, aud Way stallons, at 1.45 p. m. ' Trains Leave for ilarrlsburg as Follows t Leave ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 September 1880

T 4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1A SEVTEM1UMI 21, 1880. THE TIMES. tfew Bloomfleld, Sept. 21, 18f0. NOTICK TO AVKItTlKK8. Rn (lilt nrfUirntyia will h Immrlvd luthli purer OnlM IIk lit f aoa and on metal bui. iTwuntf por wnt. lo Moiwd of miiiIit tl, will MobarReiltiirtdrtrtliemvuU let 111 Double Column. Mr. J. H. JUiss, Newspaper Advertising, Ag't., 4) I'ark How, (Tlmen llullilfn), New York, m an thorlzed to contract tor advertisements fur tills paper at our best rates. NOTICE TO mrllWCMBEIta. I.noh at Mi flwiirwi nn h labol of your pipur. Tfini.HKiirptll.voiilio dntem wlilch iiii hIi. anrtpilonlanftlil. WHUIn I wwk alter money la nnt, If tha data la ouanned. No other receipt la naooaaarv. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing lint la always open for the inspection of advertisers. Elections next In order are Colorado, Oct. 6 ; Georgia, October 0, and Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia, October 12. All other Btate elections this year are on No...

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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