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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

It nil U-4 . .t.1 ffiiliiiiMt i j-r-i, .... .""'o , Ki-A VOL. XIV. NE W BLOOMPIELD, 1J., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1(3, I88O. NO. 46. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, II PDBUBHUnaVBRITUBBDATlBT F. MORTIMER & CO. TKIIMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One vear (Postage Free) Blx Months $1 BO 80 To Subscribers In this County Who pay In Aptancr a Discount of 25 Cents will be made from the above terms, making subscription within the County, When Vald In Advance, 91.25 Per Year. V Advertising rates furnished uponappll cation. THE SECRET MARRIAGE. THE county of Kent lia9 many objects of interest to one who will take the trouble to look for them,aud nowhere In England can a person pass a more agree able time than in this fine old maritime place. If I were asked the reason why I preferred to loiter in Kent, I Bllould And it difficult to answer, for there were so many attractions there. The land owners throughout the country are an Independent race of people, more so than I found anywhere el...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW liLOOMFIELD, PA. NOVEMBER 10, 1880. A BLESSED MISTAKE. m KATIE ran into the kitchen singing, but the song died on her Hps when she saw her slater Ilann nil's Bteru look, and her mother's tear falling over an open letter in her lap. " What's the matter ?" cried Katie, " Mother, has anything happened V" "Nothing but what we expected," said Hannah before Mrs. Derwent could open her Hps to reply. " The Bgent writes that we must give up the farm next Monday." The tears started lo Kitty's blue eyes. "And this Is Wednesday," she said; l It Is too bad I I Just hate that Mr. Ariel Why does he, with all his wealth want to take away our little farm V Oh, dear I Can't anythlug be doner"" Mrs. Derwent only sobbed In answer, but Hannah looked keenly at her young sister, as she said, meaningly : "You are the one who can best answer that question, Katie." Katie's face turned crimson, and then rale. , "Oh, Hannah," she said, Imploringly, "don't ask me to do that, for I cannot; ho, I n...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., NOVEMBER 10, 1880. 3 RAILROADS, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANOEMKNT OF PABSKNGEK TRAINS OCTOBERttith, 1880. . Trains Leave Htirrlsburg an Follows t For New York via Allentown, at 6.00, .06a. m. and 1,45 p. m. . .. For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," .t( 8.W a. m. and Mfp. m. For Philadelphia, at O.tO, 8.0ft, (through car) 9.50 a. rn.,1.4B and 4.0U p.m. , , i For Heading at .U), 8.05, 9.60 a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.0t p. in. . . . For rottsvllle. at 8.00, 8.05, 9.50 a.m. and 4.00 n. in., and via Bchuylklil and Husqiiehaiina Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 5.80 a. in. For Alleutown.ate.oo, 8.05, 9.50 a.m., 1.45 and ''The'olub, 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through oars for New York, via Allentown. 8UNDAYH I For New York, at 6 00 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations, Rt 6 00 a. m. For Heading, l'lilldelaphia, and Way Stations, at 1.45 p. m. Trains Leave for Han lullin g as Follows I Leave New York via Allentown, 8.t5 a. m., 1.0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

rr. THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFiELD, PA. NOVEMHEll 10, 1880. THE TIMES. New Ulootnfield, JV'or. 10, ItfrW. NOTICK H A1)VK11T18KKH. Ho Jn orStpreotyp wlllda limerted luthia iirr tonlaaa Hwltt face and ou inula) bane. WT-Twfmty per rrnt. In upmi of mrnlar r.pa, will be obaned Cor adveruannanta aettti Unable Uolmmi. Mr. J. H. -tutm, NnwnpBiwr Advertising Ag't., 41 Fsrk Kow. (Times JUilldliw), N Vork, is an. thorl.rri to oontviK'.t for advertisements rot tills paper at our beat rates. NOTICK TO HlJIHMUCIIlBItt. I.rnikat tliiriirM on tlia labl of your iMr.-Ihoni'iliruri-ii toll von (lie lntelo nlilrli ynnraiili- rrlvilou laimlll. Within a wort; after money la aent, nee If the data la changed. No other receipt la neoeesarr The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing Hut Is always open for the inspection of advertisers. The Presidential electors will meet at their several State capitals and cast their votes for Treeldentand Vice Tresiden ton the first Wedn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM MELD, l'A.. KOVUMItUltlO, 1880. THE TIMES. . r PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIDDLE DIVISION. On inri after Monday, Nov. Bth, IBM, rassen-er TnlM will run toiio. , WE8TWAUD. EASTWARD. Mffl. .T'ne Mill Aod. Ei. Tr'u rt.no A.M. P.M. P.M. H0i: I.Btl 7.80 886 1.11 T.ll 111 18. M 6.69 8.02 13.51 6.4 T.41ia.40 8.411 7.8Vila.80 8.80 7. in 18.20 8.18 6.16 11.45 t.45 11.11 S.17 OM S.M 8.07 8.08 8.15 S. 35 7:91 A.M A.M A.M. WayiMall,Ape. Km., Paaa Tr'u 1'r'u Ex. PlUHOIPAL BXATJOSH. w no A.M. . I. co B.M . UU B.4S D.1I9 II S.S7 IU.IM IU.4B 19.18 1.16 i.w d.BO 4A Uklluilal.thla .V.IP.H.' , , a. no 1.40 J Ml Marysvllle, t in long lUuuoauuou, 6 8'l 11 I .Newport . irJiI'Mllleretuwu, 8. IH 8.19 8.82: I.IIS 4 an t.OS t.OI f.45 t:li ,0011.49 '"in nu la (w, ijpwiBii.wii . 1 13 HlllitlliKilou. l.M Tyrone, l.ttnAltooua , T.on FITTSDDRQII. 1a.m. CM. A.M.;! IJV-Farinr- b.xprpni nrwuiuin t' . ... -4.41 and t Newport at 11.11 a. m., when naiotMi. tw-Uoliiir Went.the Way Panaetiirer loaves Harrla ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

0 be fjloomfitlb SJtmcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. A Short History of Whent. The varieties of wheat are almoRt numberless, and their character vary v widely under the Influence of cultivation and climate. There are Bald to be 180 distinct varieties In the museum of Cor nell University. On the Blopes of the mountains of Mexico and Xalapa the lux uriance of vegetation Is such that wheat does not form ears. In Japan, it Is Bald the wheat has been so developed by the Japanese farmers, that no matter how much manure Is used, the straw will not grow larger, though the length of the ear Increases. The height la rarely more than two feet, and often not more than twenty Inches. Through selection winter wheat has been changed to sum mer wheat In three years, and summer wheat converted in the same time to winter wheat. In general, wheat is the most esteemed of cereal productions, but in Abyssinia, according to Parkyns, the flour of the "tetr,, or "dugassa," scarcely palatable to Europeans, Is pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

THE J1MES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., NOVEMBER 10, 1880. Philadelphia Advertisements. M EDICAL NOTICE! Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WAU.IS, Attorney at-Law, and Dlstrtot Attorney. New Hloomfteld, Perry Co., Pa. -ome OTr Mortimer's new Ktore. All legal business promptly and oaretully transacted. May 4, m. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Fa. a-omoe Next door to the residence of Judge Junnln. AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New bloomneld, Ferry county, Pa. fcrf Offlce opposite the Mansion liouse.and three doors east of the Post-OWce. y EW1S FOTTKll, ATTOIINKV ATUW, MEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRV CO., PA. . Claims promptly secured collected Writings and all legal business carefullyattend ed to. CHABLE9uThMIIV, Attorney at Law. New Bloomneld, Perry Co. Pa. rOmoe two doors east of Joseph Sm th s hotel. August i, 187. "MrM. A. SPONHLEB, Attorney-at-Law, VV Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Malnstreet, New BlooniBeld, Perry Co., Pa. ly WM. N. BEIBF.RT, Attorney-at-Lew, New Bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 November 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., NOVEMBER 10, 1880. A While Girl Blacks Herself nnd Marries a Negro. Kingston, N, V., November 0. Social circloa at Gardiner, In tills county, are greatly excited at present over the elope mont uid marriage of Miss Carrie M. Plant, a young white vrotunn, with James Y. Sampson, a mulatto. Miss Plant Is a niece of Mr. John II. Deyo, a well-to-do farmer residing In tlio town of Gardiner, who during the war was extensively engag ed la tradiug bIoiik the Mississippi and was estimated to be worth -tlSO.OOO. lie was well known at New Orleans and there abouts. After the war Mr. Deyo settled down on his farm in this county, and as he was childless his niece, Carrie riant, was Adopted Into the family. Dining the past summer Mr. Deyo, being sick and uuable to assist In the working of his farm, hired .Tames Wesley Sampson, a young colored. ..man about twenty-one years of age. lie ..was a good worker, polite and pleasant . about the house and farm, and soon won t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

rrw miii c:Hll!lli::!llllllll,.lllu,;l,.i'lJII . T.'.r" c , VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. Kn Independent Family Newspnper, IB PUBLISHED BTERT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 1 N VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 1.30 PER YEAR, POSTAGE FREE. SO CTS. FOR B MONTHS " " To subscribers residing In this county, where we have no postapro to pay. a discount of 25 cents from the above terms will be made II payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished upon annl lea. Hon. Beledt Poetry. . MOTHER'S WAY. Oft within our little cottage, As the shadows gently fall, While the sunlight touches softly, One sweet face upon the wall, Do we gather close together, And In hushed and tender tone, Ask each other's full forgiveness, For the wrong that each has done. Bhould you wonder why this custom At the ending of the day, Eye and voice would quickly answer, It was once our mother's way 1 If our home be bright and cheery, If It hold a welcome true, Opening wide lis doors of greotlng To the many, not the few i If we sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MFIEL1), PA., NOVEMBER 23, i860. A Woman's Intrigues. IF the Parisian mob which dws not hetiltate to pillage churches and con venla, has tmreti that. niHgnlflCfiit treasure-house of art, there Is still hang ing In the gallery of the Louvre a little crayon drawing tloue hy La Tour, which pofwMen rare )iislirlo Interest. The ph'.i lire iereeiit n nolile lady In the prime nml pit.le of her youthful beamy. Tlie Blender and clegaully formed neck rUeft from superbly shaped thuuMers ; the head Is cat In the finest mould of clusslo loveliness ; the broad and Homewhut severe lirow softened by eya of tender hue and wonderful bill llancy ; the nose Is as perfect In outline as If Phidias had chiseled It; the lips are slightly compressed and surcasin rather than smiles linger about, them ; anil over the whole countenance there Is flung (hat nameless, ludescrlbable some thing which betokens daring and un scrupulous ambition, coupled with ex quislle tact aud resistless fascinat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

8 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R,R iRKANflEMENT OF PA88KKOEK TRAINS NOVEMBElTTsth, 1860. Train Leave Hnrrlsburg an Follows : ' For New York vis AUentown. at 8.08 a. m. and 1.45 1). m. . . . For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brnok Routs." H.'O, B.uft a. m. and 1.45 p. m. For Philadelphia, at O.iO, 8.06, (thruugh car), 9.60 a. m.. 1.4ft and 4 mi p. m. . , For Heading, at 6.U0, 8 06. 1.(01, m., 1.46, 4.00, and 8.o n. in. , , Fur Fottsvllle. atfl.no. 8.05, 9.60 a. m. and 4.00 B. m and ia Schuylkill and Husquehanna ranch at. 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. For AUentown. at 6 .On, 8 06, 9.60 g. in. , 146 and 1.00 p. m. t The 8.0.5 a. m. and 1.45 p. m, train have through cars for Mew York, via Allentowu. BCNDATHt For Alleutown and Way Stations, at 00 a. m. For Koa' ling, l'tilldelapliia, and Way tltatlous, at 1.46 p. in. Trains Leare Tor Harrlsburg as Foilons t Leave NewYolk vU AUentown, 8 13 a. m.. 1.00 "'Leave js'ew York via "Hound Brook ltoute."and Philadelphia at 7.4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

Till? TIMES, NEW ISLOOMFIELU, PA, NOVEMBER 23, 1880. THE TIMES. tfew Bloom field, JV'ov. 23, 18S0. NOTICK TO AI) V EIIT19KH8. No Out nrftUirsntype will hr Inndrted Inthll ppr oolma Ittriit face ami on metal htne. SW Twenty p.romit. In pom of rKnlr rsls, will beoharuedfurnlvoitliemeiits set In UuiilileOolnuin. Mr. J. H. Baikr. Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Row. (Time Building). New York, IB au thorized to contract for advertisement! lor this paper nt our bent rates. NOTICE TO HIIIIKCKIBEKK. l.onkat the Amir on the label or yniir rler. ThiHMnnrntpl you the dm In w lilrti ynm-eiiti. nintlnn Isnnld. Within week; alu;r money Is em, see If th dt Is oUsnited. No other receipt Isneoeaisrv. The Circulation of Thk Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list is always open for the inspection of advertisers. Of the temperance men In this Htate, 1039 of them voted as they talk. In other words that is the number of votes cast at the late election for Dow for President...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLO0MP1KI.1), l'A., NOVUMllKR 23. 1880. r THE TIMES. IoviiU l)cj)kiftncit. PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-MIDDLB DIVISION. On snrt after Monday, Nov, Mh, IBM, FtmMwer Trains will run aa follow. , WKBTWARD. EASTWARD. MIT1. .I'm Mali Aoo. Es. Tr'n Tin t.M. r.M P.M. Uv l.mi MM s.as i. ii T.u HI'. 11. til SH .in n.si 44 1.41 ia.40 .4J 7.8V 19.80 SHO 7 If 19.111 8.18 (IK 11 4ft 1.45 1 1 . 1H (.17 S.M 1.89 9.117 I 118 8.16 9.S4 ?:M A.M. A.M A.M. WaylMafllAi'0.,Vlla. Paaaii'r'u Tr'u Ki. rniRipii STATIONS. i'lilhidelulila, HtrTlitmrtf, Maryavtlle, Ouucanumi, Atiuetluct ll.Do! TIKI KM 4, H. P.M .IK) a. i 1.4(1, 1.641 6. Oil 8 lu.as . .11 1D.B9 .M .IS BH1I.I3 W II 31 .1)0 ,11 4U B. H.4U S.4 mis i.ia Ml Mily', ........ Newport Mllleratuwn, Mlffllti m lU.OH VM U is l.lfi .8S .(W 4.WI em lei U.lltli 1.1H i.w a. as i I.nwlnlown 1. H ii nt I iik dun . Tyrone Altnon IUI 1 :4ft1 rim riTTHitnuiH. r.M.lA.H. r.H.:A.M.i IWPaclftc F.ircs Weat will tnp at tiunnanuoa at 4 4anil at Nownortatt.ll a. in., ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

0 THKTIMKS, NKVV l' LOOM FIELD, l'A. NOVEMBER 23, 1880. Gfljc flloomficlb ftjnus . HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Flouring Wheat. A correspondent of the Practical Far. mer eaye that farmers who do not pur chase their family flour will find It to be a very good plan to get their year's grist floured at one time. Tills has been my praotloe for suveral years, and I could not be Induced to go back to the old way. There Is a saving of several days' time In going to mill, a better grade of flour is made, and then the flour lm proves with age If properly kept. I geu erally wait until about the first of No vember, and then go to mill and put In the day, seeing the grist ground and sacking the flour myself. Have your miller make an extra good grade of " middlings" for you, and sack that also, - It will make an excellent addition to your buckwheat cakes next Winter, and ooine handy about the house in va rious wayB. The flour should be put In paper sacks, and corded up lu some cool, dry place out of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., JsOVEMUElt 23, 1880. I'lol'ossionul Cards. JOHN OA1.VIN WAU.I3, Attorney at-Law, uuil lhatiiut Vtl.n u y. Mew itliMiinllPld l'erry (Jo. Pa. S-011loe over Mmtlmei's new sime. All legal hii-uneis promptly and carefully transacted. M.iy 4, IMJ, JE. JUNKIN, Attoruey-at-l.aw, New Uiooniilold, Perry oo., t'a. OlHee Next door to tho residence of Judgt Juuain. AM. M AKKlil., Atliniii.y-Ht-tttW, New Uloomileld, l'erry county, Fa. Oillee opposite the vlansiou tioune.aud three doors ens l of tlie Fost-tfUlce. T" BW1S POTTKH, Al'IOUSJSV AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PlillKV CO.,rA. -Clalms promptly secured collected Writing and all 1K1 business carefully attend dto. y IIAULESU. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Terry Oo. Pa. -0lutfe two doors e.nt ol Joseph Smith's hotel. Augusta, 1872. WM. A.81'ON8LEB, Attomey at-Law, Otllce adjoining Ills residence, on East Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa. 821 y WM. N. BEIBKKT. Attomey-at-Law, New Bloomlleld, Perry...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 November 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOGMFIELD, PA. NOVEMBER 23, 1880. A Novel Potato Trap. A. citizen of Richmond tolls a good Btory of Hie time of the rebellion, wbcu Llbby prison wm full of captive Union soldiers. The Richmond man, whose iiamo la Joseph l' Wingfleld, whs on the guard about the prison. Under one room that was full of prisoners It was across the street from Ijibby, when that den was overflowing with loyal humanity aud they bad to find extra quarters under this supplementary room was a store-room full of large sweet potatoes North Carolina yams. These liad been disappearing at the rate of a Imsbel ft day, aud Wingfield was posted to guard them, with orders to Bhoot anybody he caught stealing them. He was locked iu ; about midnight be heard a queer creak ing noise, but could see no one. Presently be saw a brick let down on a string from the ceiling, and light on the pile of pota toes. Then it went up again with pretty nearly a peck of them sticking to it, and disappeared through a hole...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

f liiMl I ' " fiMvitlT-'V ,'40 Pits VOL. XtV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJV., TTJFJSDlY, NOVEMBER 30, 18BO. NO. 48; 4. MMiMfe- 1MB , w THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISH D KVSRT TCKBDAT BT P. MORTIMER & CO. TEUMSi INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.50 PER YEAH, POSTAGE I'ltEE. SO CTS. FOII 6 moM-riis. To subscribers residing In this coumty, where we h ave no postaite to pay. a discount of 25 cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. W Advertising rates furnished upon applica tion. Remarkable Escapes. THE amount of inventive genius man developer under the spur of peril'Is scarcely short of the marvelous, and it la in nothing better illustrated than in the chronicles of escapes. We all know (he story of the hunter who tumbled into the hollow of the tree in which a she bear had made her lair, and couldn't climb out. He waited, it will be re membered, till the tenant whose lodg ings he had invaded came home from a dinner she had been enjoying at the ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW DL00MF1ELD, PA., NOVEMBER SO, 1880. MURDER WILL OUT. CONCLUDED. II TALKED too near the verge in Y V the dark, and fell over," Bald I. " See his neck la broken." " Worse than that," answered Green. He bad lifted the head Into his bauds. "Ills neck wns no doubt broken by the fall, but he was dead before be fell. Hee." With a thrill of horror I observed what be pointed out,' -a bullet-bole In the back part of the head near the base of the skull. There was no hemorrhage, but everything appeared to have con gealed as It was, at the moment of the death blow. Warwick's gun lay within a few feet of his body, lying carelessly and natur ally across the stones, as It might have fallen with blm. I took it up and tried the rammer In the barrel. The gun was loaded, capped, and the hammer down. " There are not many guns on the Island," said Tom in a tone and manner as If the words had slipped from bis tongue involuntarily. Evidently the same dreadful supposition was in both our mind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., NOVEMBER 30, 1880. J3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS, NOYEMBErTsUi, 1880. Trains Leave Hitrrlsburg as Follows : For New York via AUentown, at .05 a. m. and l,4fin. m. For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route," 8.60, 8.t5 a. m. and 1.4ft p. m. For Philadelphia, at tUin, 8.0S, (through car), 0.50 a. m., 1.4f and 4.00 p. In. For Reading, at 6.00, 8.0ft, 9.50 a. in., 1.15,4.00, and 8.tx p. in. For Pottsvllle. at 6.00, 8 0S, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 & in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. For AUentown, ate. 00, 8.05, 9.60 a.m., 1.45 and (.00 p. m. The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through oars for New York, via AUentown. SUNDAYS t For AUentown and Way Stations, at 6 00 a. m. For Reading, Plilldelaphla, aud Way Stations, at 1.45 p. m. Trains Leave for Harrlsbnrg as Follows t Leave NewYork via AUentown, 8.45 a. m.. 1.00 aud 6.80 n. in. 1-eave New Yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 November 1880

" - v j , . --y- 1 - ..... V..-"T i ... i I 4 TIIU -TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELU, PA., NOVEMUKlt 30, 1880. THE TIMES. ivrtiir itji AllVKItTINJlftN wndot ormMxtv will W Iniwrted In this enpir iiila IlKht fne mi n mntal bue. tohrKd(ordvrtn.weuts set In Donble Column. Wt. 8. n. Baiiw. Newspaper AdverplnR Ag't., 41 Park llow.(Tlifl'iiillillnB), New thorfced to contract .4or advertisement ior this paper at our beat rates. K4ITICE TO-MUIIWl'RIBERM. :t.Pil5"lf "CJ . , hned. No oth.r receipt Is nooeasarv. The Otroulatlou of The Times nw exceeds Tw Thousand Coplei each week. Our mailing list is always open for the Inspection cf advertiser!). OUR CLUB LIST. Other publications will be furnished our subscribers at the prlee stated : Tub Tihrm and Hnnw's'MsHsifne 4.0 t " Bagar .. 4.W " Weekly 4. 60 Our Little Folk. ( " nndi'.Lady'. liook,... 00 ' person's Magazine, U0 ' Wide Awake S OI " BclenttAo American 4.00 The above prices remember, are for The Times and the other publications, both delivered free...

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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