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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

r sK I A r-N J l S4 VOL. XIV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1880. NO. 41. .! -Ml""' 11-'' J i THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, II PUBLI8HBD BVBRT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. TERMS i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Pontage Free) II 50 Six Months " " 80 To Subscribers in this County' Who pay In Advance, a Discount of 2x1 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription withlu the County, When Paid In Advance, $1.25 Per Tear. ' Advertising rates furnished uponappll eation. THE PATTER OF THE SHINGLE. When the angry passion gathering In mother' face I see, And she leads me in the bed-room gently lays me on her knee t Then I know that I will catch it, and my flesh in fancy Itches As I listen to the patter of the ehlnglo on my ( breeches. ' Every tickle of the shingle has an echo and a sting, And tt" thousand burning fancies into active be ing spring And a thousand bees and hornets 'noath my coat-tall seem to swarm, As I listen to the patter of the shing...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 12, 1880. An Old-Time Duel. IT was In 1P03 that Captain Foumler of the Chasseurs, and Captain Dupont of the Hussars, commenced a duel whloh lasted nearly five years. Foumler Ivas the most famous duellist In the French army at the time, He wa9 a skillful swordsmen, and even more skillful with the pistol. When quarrels were scarce, lie would frequently smash with his pistol-bal the pipes In the mouths of soldiers, who snt unsuspectingly thirty paces away. Ami quarrels, of course, became lamentably scarce with such an expert ns Foumler, and the soldiers, becoming wary, would not Bit out-doors as usual, nor In fact at their windows, with their pipes In their mouths. While matters were In this strait, young Rlumni, a wealthy burgher, who had lieen roistering around Fournier's quar ters In Rouen, one evenlug, was fouud a corpse the next morning, with a rapier thrust In his throat. Blumm belDg in experienced, some indignation was ex cited among the ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., OCTOBER 12, 1880. RAJI L R O A D 8 . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R,R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS ' MAt 10li7 1880. Trains Leave llarrlsbnrg as Follows t For New York via Allentown, at M5, S.05 a. m. and 1.46 p. m. For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," 'Mo, (Kat Exp.) 8.66 a. m. aud 1,45 p. m. l'hrotigh car arrives In New York at 12 noon. For Philadelphia, at M6, 6.4') (East Exp) 8.05, (through car), 6.50 a. m.. 1.45 and 4.00 p. in. For Keadlng,at6.15,6.4i)(Kast Kip.) 8.05, 9.60 a. m., 1.45,4.00, and 8.08 p. m. . , . For Pottsvllle. at 6.15. 8.05, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 B. m., and via Schuylkill and Busuuelianna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. ni. For Allentown, at 6.15, 8.05, 9.60 a. m.( 1 45 and 1.00 p.m. The 6.16, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars Tor New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5.20 a. m. For Heading, Plilldelaphta, aud Way stations, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

it THE TIMES. tfew lilom field, Oct. 12, 18SH. NOTICK TO ADVERTISERS. Ho Out nr fUrreotypB will bi HiMrMd Inthlt rar onlMt ItKht f nee and un metal bae. tVTwimty peronnt. In exnmn of ferni'" tMoharKedforitlverciseraeuU set In Double Oolmmi. Mr. J. H.'Oaiw, Kewspntwr Advertising AirAt., 41 Park Row,(Tlms Bulldlim), Nmw York, ill -thorlml tit eontrnrt for advertisements for Mils paper at our iimt rates. KOT1I TO SIIIWCHIBEB. I.noh at thn ItirnrM on the label or your rper. rhoiinilKiirr.telU niillio dnte to which roat-snb-(Ki-lpllonlnpnld. Within a weexjal terniouey Is out, nee If til dt U changed. No other receipt isnecoasarv. The iCireultvUon of Tiie Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list ia always open for the Inspection of advertisers. The town elections that were held In Connecticut 'last week, resulted In a manner satisfactory to the Republicans. Eighty-nine towns were carried by the Republicans and fifty-nine by the Dem ocrats, while fifteen were divid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMF1EL1), PA., OCfrOHElt 12. 1880. 5 THE TIMES, Io5h.l l)eph,i'tneit. PENNSYLVANIA R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On anil after Mnildny, June II. lSn, pMsenirer Trains will nut a tituimn . WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Wy Mll,ro..Plts., PaHSilViiil'K'u, 1. Pmm'irAL STATIONS. vm.J'ntM.ill Aoo. Ki. iTr'u U.eo rao Philadelphia, r.K.'p.n.l .! lD.asj FTnrrlnlmrif, Ml MaryBvllif, ..w 10.41 ! Diineannou, j.p" lu6a; Aqntdiiot !-Si.. . Biiy 8.6 11.18 Newport T.IU IMS Mlllcmtowa, i'S, ? IMIITlln .2 l.llll r.ewletiiwil IN P.M. l.M l.M A.M. 'P.M. A.M. e.sr. D.lfi . en t.w T.tsa 7.117 8.67 8.43 8.07 (.49 4.17 8.97 8.(0 7:38 .0i) l.M i.tui 8.11(1 s. 8. Ml P.DJ 1.14 MB 18.18 11 8.86 1.47 $.1)7 111 S.mi m 7. so t.Kllil.M ' If ll.ll 11.IU tHO'll i S.07 lU.Ufi lu.w; ts.lt 1.161 S.tei i.m 1 oji HiintliivUon., 8-24, Tyrone, 0.M OW II, R. 8.6, iVftnona, S.sn P.M. 7.O0 !TT01irill!ll 6. It A.H.ir.M.lA.M.jr HrPltlslmri EprelciivrsHsrrllmrirst 10.111 P.M. Dnncinunu 10.44 (fiun)t Newport 11.06 (llrnc) mi ar rlv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

6 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MP1EL1), PA., OCTOBEli 12, 1880. t Ijloomfulb (pints. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Do Trtes Fall Before a Storm? It 1b a matter of common observance that trees and their brandies fall during the prevalence of storms and from per fectly obvious causes. But close obser vers among those familiar with the woods will tell you that oftentimes these things occur Just before a severe storm, and are the sign or forerunner of its ap proach. This phenomenon was witness ed by a farmer In Oswego town while on Ills way last Sunday to attend divine ser vice at the Thompson school house, who observed a large limb break and fall of!' from a tree by the roadside. There was no wind stirring at the time, and no apparent cause for the phenome non. He says that he then made up his mind that a severe storm was close at hand, lie recalled the circumstance that at Hannibal a year ago, during the camp-meeting service, a large beech tree fell upon the campmeeting tent at a time when happily, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA., OCTOBER 12, 1880. Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WAM.I3, Attorney at Law, and Disirlot ttonmy. New lllooinneld, l'erry Co.. Pa. -Ollloe over Mortimer's new store. All legal builuess promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, Vm. JR. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, Mew UtouinllHlil, Ferry co., Pa. Oftloe Next door to the residence of Judge JuuKln. suit AM. MARKKIi, Attorney-at-Law, New itloomitold, ferry county, Pa. tT OUlco opposite the Mansion llouse.aud three doors east of tUe Post-Willce. rlswis POTTElt, ATTOIINBY ATLAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., FA. WCIalma promptly secured oollected Writings aud all legal business caretullyattend ed to. CHARLES H. SMILE Y, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry (Jo. Pa. -Office two doors eatt of Joseph Smith a hotel. August 2, 18i2. WM. A. 8FON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, Ofnce adjoining his residence, on East Main street. New Bloouiueld, Perry oo.. Pa. 8 2 ly WM. N. BE1BEKT, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry oo.. Pa....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 October 1880

THK TIM US, NEW IJLOOMFIKLT), PA., OCTOBER 12, 1880. An Important Decision. Judge Thayer In the Cotnmna 1'lcns on Saturday rend Rn opinion in the equity Mitt of Price et nl. vs. Jenks et ft!., which wns nrgued aevornl dy ago. The plain tifTn Aid the holders of a mortgage, and Ibo defendant are the assignor) for the bone fit of the creditors of William Nichols, the the maker of the mortgage, Tho. mort gage covered a mill with ita boiler and shafting at the corner of Glrard avenue tind Franklin street, where Nichols carried on business as a boirery manufacturer. The point before the Court was whether the machines worth $87,000, which Nich ols, who had made an assignment, claimed should go to his assignees, to be paid to his creditors. Judge Thayer decided that the machinery was not Included within the mortgage, waa not part of the freehold, and tho creditors were accordingly entitled to It. His Honor therefore dissolved the pieliniinary injunction which had boen en tered Against the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

VOL. XtV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, OOTOBEH 1U, 18B0. NO. 12. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IB PttBLISHBD IVERT TUKBDAT BT P. MORTIMER & (JO. TEHSIH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One ymr (Pontage Free) $1 RO Hi Months " " 80 To Subscribers in this County Who pay In AnvAwcis. s Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the almve term, making subscription within the County, Whou Paid In Advance, 91.25 Ter Yenr. Mr Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. A GIRL'S STORY. I GUESS pa and ma were pretty rich one time, for when they came to California it was on their wedding tour and cost lots ; they came by way of New York and Washington, and Panama City in a steamboat, and ma brought a maid to wait on her, and pa had a black feller named " Jim," and when they got to California pa had lots of money. I was born at the Lick House, and you ought to see my baby clothes. Jones & Co. haven't the kind of goods them waB, because Maud has draggled thetn all to pieces. Maud i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

a A Stirring Adventure. I HAD scarcely got out of my boyhood when I left England to become the partner of en old schoolmate, Dick Mer rlvale, m a sheep farmer in South America. 'We invested our Joint and rather modest capital in a league of land ou the Parana, and erected on it a small house, built of sun baked bricks, which consisted of one tolerable large room, with flat roof and parapet, accessible from the inside by means of a ladder. Around It, at a Bhort distance, we had dug a deep dry ditch, crossed by a draw bridge, intended as a protection against surprise by the Indians. One day Dick remarked to me that he had been told that morning that the savages had crossed the river, and we must keep our wits about us. It was scarcely an hour after, that two Guao hos put in an appearance. Their usually swarthy faces were livid with fear. They sprang from their horses, which, covered with blood, sweat and foam, showed how sharp had been the ride, and rushed over the draw-bridge. They t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., OOTOBEltlO, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA88BNQB RTRAIN8 MAY 10lh7l880. Trains Leave Hnrrltihurg as Follow : For New York via Allentown, at 6.18, S.05 . m. anil 1,46 p. ni. , ,. . For Hew Vork via Philadelphia ana "Bound Brook Route," B.4o, (Fast Jixp.) 6.K a. m. and 'T&roiigh oar arrives In New York at 12 noon. Kor IMiliadelphla, at 6.15, 8.40 (rastExp) 8.05, (throuah car), 6.50 a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. ni. For Heading, at 5.15. 6.40 (Fast Kip) 8.05, 9.50 a. m., 1.4.i,4.ou, and 8.0 p. m. ... . . . r or rousvme, hip. in, o.w, . i. m., aim via ocuuyiniii h """ lianoh at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. . . . . . . . . r. . . i ii a nr. Q Ail a m 1 ami rur Aiieuiuwu, ai o.iu, o.w, e.w ..... "The' 6.15, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for New Vork, via AUentowu. BUNDAYB t For New York, at 6.20 a. m. , .... For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5.2ft a. m. For Heading, l'hildelaphia, and Way Stati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

4 THE TIMES. JVeto Itloomfield, Oct, 19, 1880. NOTICE TO ADVEirriSERS. Wo Onl or Htrotri will bn Inserted In this paper anlM liirht face and on melal base. ""Twenty per cent, mexcens of re (Hilar rates, will ba ohanred tor advertUeraeuU let In Double Column. Mr. J. H. Bakr, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park How. (Times Hulldliut), New York. I an thorlzed to contract for advertisements for this paper at our best rates. KOTICB TO pUTIICH1BER. Look at tho flmires on the label of your paper. Ihone IlKUrre tell you tlip dnle I o wlilrll (oni xuli. ni'tpilnntspnld. Wliiiln weeka alter money la lent, see if the date la changed. No other receipt Isneoeaearv. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list la alwayB open for tbe inspection of advertisers. An Election was held on Tuesday last in Newark, N. J., which resulted in as great a surprise as the Indiana elec tion. Last October the city went Dem ocratic by nearly 3000 majority, and on Tuesda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFJEL1), YA OCJOnEltlO, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. Ih,! Deph,i'tiieit. PENNSYLVANIA R. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On und srter Monday, June II, 1BW, Passenirer Trains wiil ruu a toll,, . WE8TWAUI. EASTWAHD. Wy,Mal1 Aoo. IHt.,i PnmcivAi. m Mm.iJ'nsiM.ill Fiiiilr'nlr'Ui Stations. Ei. ITt'u 19.90 7. sol "MhrhllRilflphia, r.M.it. H.'V.K.li 1.801 Soil lo.SBi nrr1bnrK, 1.50 f.fJl (Maryv11H. I.ODl t.t 10.41 iDnnciiniion, tno A. M A.M. .. s.sf 8.111 S.0S P.M T.tl. 8.1S 7.M 7.r9 7. S3 7.07 S.67 0.48 6.07 1.42 4.17 1.97 9.60 t.oo . 8.40 1.80 111 IS. 68 19.41 8.4K S.U3 IM 1.16 a.st J W -lU.U. i Aqneiluot,. 5.4;;ia mi .S7 u'w" 'uftiiy p .66 11.18 Newiu.rt 7.3;m.m 7lSH.ll 1.47 I.S7 2 i? M-! IMtllerstown, S3'. .' . Hi ant il .1H line I.661 1. i 1.IH! r..i.i.,n .1 IMiA'lll,. IJ.10I J.WI 7.4S! 1 M iruntliiKdon.. l.i: a. 10 w.oi, r .u, TvrilllB I.M .0j iftomm.;...". B.6J P,AriA.MM;,.M.!:.i?;i"'sni;RGi1- t.lfl 7:W A.M A M. nTltlRlmrtr Kxrrp Irnveti HarrlsburK t 10.16 n.M. Danmiiiinn 10.44 (tW: Ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA., OCTOBER 19, 1880. 0 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Fattening Poultry for tho Market. Provide as many coops as there are birds to be fattened at one time, so that each one may be confined alone and out of sight of all the others. Each pen as near as may be about one foot wide, eighteen Inches long and twenty Inches high, closed on all sides except In front; with no floor, but cleats so placed that a wooden platter, covered with fresh earth, may be used for the floor. The front of the pen ehould be a few slats, nailed up and down. The feed and water-tins should be placed outside, as, with pens of the dimensions I have de. scribed, there Is no room In the pen for any-thing except the fowl. The water tins should be replenished twice In the day, and the food tins at least four times. The most desirable food for fattening fowls is buckwheat flour. The French poultry raisers esteem It very highly, and It is much In vogue in all large es tablishments. Farmers can u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., OCTOUEll 11). 1880. Professional Cards. Philadelphia AdrertlHements. M EDICAL NOTICE! TOHN CALVIN WALL13, Attorney at-Law, j aua uistriot Attorney. J-OII1ce oyer Mortimer' new More. All legal business promptly and oarefully transacted. May 4, 1880. JK. JUNKIH. Attorney-at-Law, flew Uioomlleld, Perry CO., Fa. rOmoe Next door to tueresldenoe oljudge Juukln . " AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, Mew lUoomtleld, Ferry county, Pa. HT" Olllce opposite the Mansion Uouse.and three doors east of the Post-Wince. T KW18 l'UTl'EHi ATTOltNEY AT LAW, NBWBLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA. sT01alms promptly seoiired 0,,r,!t5 Writings and all legal business carefully attend edto. "' CHARLES H.RMILKY, Attorney at Law. Mew Bloomtleld, Perry Co. Pa. Office two doors eal of Joseph Smith's hotel. August 2,18(2. HTM. A. 8PONHLER, Attorney-at-Law, W Office adjoining his residence, on East Malnstreet, New Uloouineld, Perry oo., Pa. 821y XTTM. N. 8EIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, W New Bloomlleld,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 October 1880

s THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MFIELI), PA., OCTOBER 11), 1880. Murdered for Saying No. MuacoorsK, Iiidlnn Territory, Heptembcr 23. A. few days since the daughter of old man Adams, a wblte man skulking- In the Creek Nation, shot and killed the post master of Tulsa, nnrued fjhuroh, because ho refused to marry her. Bitting on a white horse, he was riding by the log shan- , ty of the Adamses, when the woman balled him with a revolver hidden under Der aproD, and, standing in front of the house, asked Church, also a white man, the usual leap year question, to which he gave an emphat io "No." Deliberately she raised the pistol and sent b 45 calibre bullet through his heart. He still sat ou his horse, the blood run ning down either flank, when she again took aim at his heart. The swaying body received it Just above the heart, the ball crashed through and splitting the shoulder blade. The man fell dead at her feet, and she then dragged the body to the side of the road, took oflf her apron and spread...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 October 1880

fa V43SEf -1 A ' VOL. XtV. NT2W BLOOMPIKLD, 1., TTJKSD-AJY, OCTOBER 20,1880. NO. 43. i THE TIMES,. in Independent Family Newspaper, IBPODLIBHEDBVBRTTUBSDAYBT F. MORTIMER & CO. , 0 ' ,TKlt MH i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year (Postage Free) 11 50 Hlx Months " " . 80 To Subscribers In this County Who par It AoTATtcw aPlseonnt of 25 Cents will bemarin frnm I he ahnve rnrmt, making subscription within the County. When raid In Advance, $1.25 Per Year. ' Advertising rate furnished uponappll utlon. THE LOOM OF LIFE. All day, (ill night, t can hear tho jar, Of the loom of life, and near and far It thrills with Its deep and mu filed sound, As tireless the wheels go always round. UuBlly, ceaselessly goes the loom, In the light of day and the midnight's gloom i And the wheols are turning early and late, And the woof Is wound on tho warp of fate. Click, cllckl-tbcrc's a thread of love woven ltif Click, click (another of wrong and sin ; What a checkered thing this life will be When we see It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 October 1880

THE TIMES, NEW DL00MF1EL1), PA.. OCTOBER 20, 1880. course you will come lo us now Hint you Hie able to do to. I think we could make you more comfortable," glancing around the homely, rather poverty stricken little room, "and then we aro all actually dylUR to see you." "Thank you," Bald Joe, "hut I'm more than comfortable here. I shall not change my quarters for another week Certainly." ' " Hut you will surely come to us la season for Thanksgiving. Indeed, we cannot be thankful without you. And we shall Invite (he other cousins, too, of course," with a imtronluc.lng smile at Kmlly. " Then I am afraid I shall be the means of causing you to he In an un grateful state of mind on that day, for Kmlly agreed last night to marry me at Thanksgsvlng. I shall be obliged to go to the city then, the doctor thinks I shall be able to do so, and I felt that I could not go and leave her behind me, though I am not afraid that any evil, lying report could have power to sepa rate us ugulii. Emily has f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 October 1880

TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FI ELI), PA., OCTOBER 20, 1880. RAILROADS. 1ILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. IKANOEMENT OF PA88ENGERTRAINB MAY lOlli, 1860. Trains LeaTe llarrlsbarg as Follows : ror new voir via Atieniown, at o.io, e.vu . m. aim i.tn . m. - . i ror new orn via rnuaaeirnm aim . (rook Route." ti.Ao. (Fast Exp.) 8.B5 a. in. and l. p. in. TliroHRh oar arrive m "ew vora b h noon. I'orFhliailHlnlila. at S.ift. 6. u (Fast Exp) 8.06, 'through car), 9.66m. m., MS ami .oo p. m. For neaainirat o.lo,n.tuiri o.uo, v.ov la. m:,i.4A,4.QU, aim a.wtp. ni. ... . ... For V ottnville. at 5.16, S.os, a. m. ana .uu p. m., and via Schuylkill and Jusyueiiaiiiia ' Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. Kor Aiioiitown.af.ij.w, s.u, p.oua. im, wu 4.00 p. m. . The MS, g.ORa. a), and 1.4,1 p. m. train nave through cars forKsw York, via Allenlowu. SUNDAYS l For New York, at5.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, at B.20 a. m. For Reading, l'lilutelauhla, and Way Stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leavo ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 October 1880

i . - ' I THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 20, 1880. V J THE TIMES: tTew Bloomfleld, Oct, Vtf, 1880. NOTICK TO ADVEKTISRHN. fit Out or Ktf rootype will tin tnsarted In thin pturr nlMa lltrbt fo and ou metal base. WTwautypuroont. inioM of rmrnlar rut, will Doormia iiirnurprtinemenu lot ill Dunmu uuiumn. Mr. J. H. Bairs, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Row. (Times Building), New York, is au thorlzrd to contract for advertisements for this paper at our bent rates. NOTICK TO HITIIHt'KIBERH. tinoh at thn nVniw nn the litbel or your impr. ThnRp!lKurRt!l you the dine to which yonr mil I'rlpttou Is pnlil. Within 9 weoki sltrr luoury la ent, If tiitt tuts la uhAQKM. No othar receipt ia ueorasarT. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always open for the inspection of advertisers. Outrage near Mllford, Pa. MiLi'OKD, Pa., Oct. 10. A servant girl in the employ of Wm. H. Rose, living near this place, while going out into the gard...

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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