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

( I I ! - . : .;, .. i . , - r . j . ,' ' t : .. ' .. '. 1 . ' " - iA.- ' . ; . : v VOL. XIV. THE TIMES. in Independent family Newspaper, II PDBLIBBID IVBRT TD1SDAT BT V. MOUTlMElt & CO.) TE1IMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 PER YEAR, POSTAGE FREE. SO CTS. FOR HKMTIH, To M.bnrlbrs residing In this couutt, htn have no piwtait to pay, it illaitoiiHt of 2fl rontu from t.lin ahoro termi will be made It payment Is made In Advance. , t : mr AdvertlilnR rales furnished upon appllca 'tlon. THE LOST RING. A Christmas Story. ' Tbe YY yellow Immortelle In It make It look like a real star banging there In the shadow of the choir," Raid Laura Wlnthrop, who was weaving a long garland of evergreen. It was Christmas Eve, and the young people of the parish were decorating the church, while the choir was rehearsing Christmas music " Miss Gilbert has both the eye and he skillful fingers of an artist," said Mr. Herman Leeds, a young man too exquisite in bis personal appearance, in a voice which h...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELI), TA. DECEMUKll 21, 1880. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, i on Paul Webber, The Detcctlvo. CONttNUEDi A MOMENT, if you please," here JTX sulJ the magistrate, wbo Was apparently alone with his Visitor, for the clerk had quitted the room. " I myself felt that the police could not hrlng suflicltfitt evidence against you to justify me In tasulng a warrant for your apprehension hut at the same time I felt thitt there wre one or two strong points In theaiiousatlons brougbtagalnst you by the police. Were we in open court I should warn you that whatever you said would be taken down la evi dence against you. Here, what you say is quite confidential. But I am sure that you will clear yourself so thoroughly of the vague accusations which lie about you, that I shall be able to assure the Government that it would be an injus tice to arrest you the whole resulting in your return to society free from the auuoyunce of a publlo examination. Perhaps I have somewhat exceeded my duty, bu...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 December 1880

i T1IK TIMES, NEW BLOOM El ELI), PA., DECEMIlEli 21, 1880. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R,R. AllKANHEMENT OF PA88ENGF.il TRAINS NOYEMBEItTsth, 1880. Trains LenVe llarrlsbnrg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, t 8.05 a. m. Koflfwl?'ork via Philadelphia and. "Bound Brook Hotite," S.to, .H5 a. m. aud l.4o p. m, For Philadelphia, at U.iiO, 8.05, (through car), 9.60 a. in., 1.4A and 4.0u p. m. . , . For Heading, at 6.00, S.uo. 9.60 a. m., 1.46,4.00, Dd8.IMp.lii.. .... a , For rottsviiie. ate.iiv, - ,.. .i .i. Hnhnvlklll and Busnuehanna ft ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. Jor AlieUlOWU, aiO.UU, o.vu, F.uva, m., 'The' .0R a. m. and 1.4S p. m. trains have through cars tor flew Vork, via Allentown., , . , , . ' ;,' bundayb tot Allentown and Way Stations, at' 8.00 a. m. For Rending, Phlldelaphla, and Way Htatlons, atl.45 p. in. . Trains Leave for IUrriibarg as Follows I I,eave NewYork via Allentown, 8.46 a. m . l.OO ud ft so p. m. . . . Leave New York via "Bound Broo...

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

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A. DECEMBER 21, 1880. THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, Dec. Xl, 1880. NOTICJI TO AIVBliriSKU8. If o Out or Stereotype will be Inserted In tbls paper nleas llvht faoa and on metal oho. tw Twenty percent. In exoeaa of reirnlar rates, will M durKH) ior aaveruaemetits set In Double uoiumn, Mr. J. IT. Baibs, Newspaper advertising Ag't, fl Park How. (Times Bulldlnc), New York, is au. thnrltrd to contract for advertisements for tbls . paper at our nest rale. HOTffJR TO Rl'tlMCRIBERM. Leak at to Bvnrra on the label of your rrr TboocnKurrii toll you the ilnle l whlcli )r--em-itlAM tenBl4. Within t WMkl after monny it sent, If the data la changed. No other receipt la neeeaaarr. The Circulation of The Times now exceedt Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always open for the Inspection of advertisers. OUR CLUB LIST. Other publications will be furnished our subscribers at the price stated : Tun Tram and Harper's Mairaxtne, 4.M Bazar, 4. SO " " Weekly 4. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 December 1880

Tilti TIMES, NEV. IILOOMFIELI). PA., DECEMllKU 21, 1880. 5 THE TIMES. IoiJhA fDeih.i'tneit. PINN3TL7ANIA S. H. MIDDLE DIVISION. OB an ftr Monday, Kot. th, rassena-er Trains will run as iomm . WESTWARD. EASTWARD WftyiMnll-Arcitttt. . 1'RTKOtPll. HTATIOKS. Philadelphia, Mffl iJ'nuiM.ill Aos Ex. Il r'n riM trufiru a.x II .sol .S s.M .! A. If r.M r. . p. . 10.M A.w .(K (Si 8.11 M 7.4'. .K 1 If . r.tt l.fti I. It P.M. 1.80 J. 11 68 9 41 6.40 to .IB 6 46 17 J. 61 CI I.M I no S.40 S.4SI IK A 16 i.wi Harrimmr, Maryavlllf, Uuucannon, Aqueduct,.... Baiiy'a Newpurt, Millentown, MllTllll....i.... 1.64 l-O'l I0.5J IS. 69 18.01 11.40 11. K0 11. 10 r.n 111 . 11.13. .7 t It J. OS M 11.11 Ill.M 1.00 II. ' 11.46 11 IB 10. S; U.l" 1.1S It t.M so Ij!o9: :ljwitowi J. OS nnminiraon. I IW iTrrono, ....... l.ttj AltOOD t.W riTTSBUEQH. .li 7.01 8.16 1: .M. A.M. IF. M. A.M. Mro.Aifl itmMi Vvmi 1111 atnn at llnnnanuott at 41 and at Newport at 6,11 . pi., when flae-ired. tsrrtolK West.tlia Way PasBenirer leave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 December 1880

0 THK TIM MS, NEW BLOOMFIKLD. PA., DECEMBER .21, 1880. t?t VIM l V HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Great Work! In Olden Timet. Wendell Phillips thinks the ancients attained perfection In bouib arts, the knowledge of which has been lost in our time. It is certain that those most familiar with steam power and modern machinery are puzzled to explain how the grand structures of the ancient world were erected. Builders say that no modern contractor could erect the great pyramid In Egypt, and lift the glgantlo stones at the summit to the height of four hundred and fifty feet. A recent visitor to Baalbec, and the ruins of Baal, doubts if any modern architect could rebuild the temple In its ancient grandeur, Three huge stones, Blxty-four feet long, thirteen high End thirteen wide, stand in a wall at the height of twenty feet. Nine other stones, thirty feet long, ten high and ten wide, are joined together with such nlclty that a trained eye cannot discov er the line of juncture. - ' A column still s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELI), PA., DECEMBER 21. 1880. 7 Professional Cards. JOHN A I. V I N WAt.1,18, Attorney IU, and District Attorney. New llloonifteld. Perry Co.. Fa. -Omn over Mortimer's new More. All legal business promptly and carefully liausaoted. Mayl,8SU. JE. JUNKIN, Attorney at-I.aw, New lliooinileld, Perry Co., ra. Ollloe Next door to the residence ol JudK J unkla. ; inA' AM. MAKKKI., Attorney-at-haw, Mew lilooiiiitold, ferry county, Fa. Olttce opposite too Mansion Uouse.and three doors east of the Post-tfillce. : AXTOltNKY AT L.AW, NKWBLOOMF1KLD, PERRY CO., PA. Claims JPiI'r." ft.JKL'fSSS. AVrltlugsaud ail IBK UHOIIID3H BlfllUIIJ'-.- sa to. ORAHLKSH. BMIIiKVt Attorney at La w. New .iloomtteld, Perry Co. Pa. -Office two dour east o( Joseph Biujlh's Hotel. August a, mi. XTK A.8PON8LKR, Attorney-at-tw. W Ollice adjolnliiR his resfdenoe, on East t Main street, New Bloomneld, Perry oo., Pa. amy w M. N. 8B1BBRT, Attorney-at-Law, new mooniueia, rerryuu. Pa. Bloomneld, 8 33 It. L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 December 1880

7 8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF115L1), PA., DECKMBElt 21, 1880. A Remarkable Cote. It Is a wl'o oli I Id that known Its own father, hiic) ttiat clillH Is tliu daughter of "Thooliilug Youiirb. The latter will be rorocinbvroil n Uie eentrnl figure of a onse wulab Iibs neon pied the attention of a Kaferae nppointixl by the Now York Courts for novoial weeks punt. Tlio qncs tfoii to be decided was oua of ldntlty, and It has purzUnl the lawyers even more than did the nmo Issue In the celebrated Tloh-. , borne oiue. Youngs disappeared some Ave jpftrs ngo and a body supposed to be lite was subsequently recovered In lloston harbor, lecognlsed by his wife, and burrled M auoh. Ths widow bought aud wore her weeds and everything want along merrily until a few months ago, when Youngs, or somebody claiming to be Youngs, turned up and proposed to take a hand in the adv ministration of bis estate. Mis. Youngs, however, who had, as she believed, or claimed, buried hi-r husband, refused to reoogulzs the ret...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

i , 11 isslssi : i i i - i- -ijB i Isili VOL. XIV. NE W BLOOMFIELD, 1J.A., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 188O. NO. 52, THE TIMES. la Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBUSHKDEVKRT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 ' TERMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $1.30 Pi: USAII, POSTAGE FIIEK. 80 CTS. i'OH 6 MONTHS. To subscribers residing In this coi'kty, wltere we hare no postage to pay, a discount of cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. W Advertising rates furalshed upon appli?a tlon. The Doctor's Fees. MIIS. WINTMNGHAM'S drawing room was a bright and comforta ble place with Its handsome carpets and gilded tables, and deep couch-like sofa, covered with crimson satin, and the mossy rug in front of the fire into which your feet sank as if it had been strewn inch deep with newly-gathered rosebuds. And the fire glimmered in the polished grate, and the wax candles beamed through tbelr ground glass shades ; and you might have fancied the apartment expressive created for swee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. DECEMBER 28, 1880. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, Oil Paul Webbnr, The Detective CONTlNt'KD, " I)UT I uiKlorataiid I hat your et D tlliiKiluy losses ai'o altogether i;2.(ino y" " ExHotl,y. The ieinlloti In qiiel!on reuniting In a lo, of I tried to cover that lonti, and lot uyiln ; atxl a third time the ume (mil fortune pursued me." " Did not Fortius endeavor to ntnp yon Id this filial way of covering a first tossr"' " No ; he hud een me pHy snmller losses over and over agidn without any hesitation, and hn had no doubt uhout my solvency. "And what was the end of all these speculations ?" "My Insolvency; and Forbes being ray broker, had to settle up. I musf add, that upoD my admission of the fuels to hlin, together with an Intimation that I should he able to meet all my llublll. ties If time were given to me, Forbes . behaved himgelf very uuhaudsomely." " In fact," suld tho magistrate, "It resulted In something very like a peN soiial encounter, did It uot, outside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

THE TIMES, RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA88ENGF.K TRAINS NOVEMBER 15th, 1880. Trains Leare llarrlsbnrg ns Follows For New York via Allentown, at 8.05 a. m. Mild 1 4f p. m. . ,. . Fur New Vork via Philadelphia an "Bound Brno Route," rt.M), 8.8 a. m. aad 1.45 p.m. Fur Hilladelplila, at O.tiO, 8.06, (tlirouali car), 9.60 a. m., 1.4A and 4.0i p. in. Kr Heading, at (CoO, .Oft, .60a. m., 1.45,4.00, and 8.0H it. n. . . . . Furfottsville. at.00, .0 .M a.m. and 4.09 p. m and via bchuylklll and Busgjielianna Branch at. i.4 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. in. F..r Allentown, at e.Oo, 8.03. .60 a. m., 1 46 and ''th H.05 a. m. Vnd 1.45 p. m. tralni have through cars (or New Hoik, via Alleutown. BUNDAYft I For Allentown and Way Station, at 8 00 a. m. For Heading, l'hlldelaphia, and Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave for Harrlsburg as Follows t Leave NewYork via Allentown, 8 45 a. m . 1.00 NewYork via "Bound Brook Route." and Philadelphia at 7. 4.r a.m., 1.30 and 6....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIEM), PA. DECEMHElt 08, 1880. THE TIMES. New MmHUl,Dc.2S, 1SSO. NUTICK !' ADVKH.T1SKHS. Ha Out orflUtrnntyp will b 1iisnrtd In tills paper unless Ita-ht f aan sua on metal bane. VTwontyprfreant. meirpMia f reioilar rates, will baohanredtorarivartueraeuta if tin Double Column. Mr. J. 11. Baim, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Kow, (Tlnit'BtillllngV New York, is au thorized to contract .ir advertisements for thls paper at our beat rates. NOTICE TO SlUlKCHtlBERH. I,nnk at the S-nrea on the label of vonr paper. ThoaeilKitrentollrouihe ilntcr which yam-nub. acrlpilon I aula. Within a weeks alter money Is sent, see If the data Is chana-ed. No other receipt la neoeasarr. The Circulation of "The "Times now xceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list la always open for tbe inspection of advertisers. OUR CLUB LIST. Other publications will be furnished our subscribers at the price stated : Tub TtHKS and Harper's Maxazlne $4.50 . " ' " ' " Basar 4.10 " " " " ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

TI1.K TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., DECEMBER 28, 1880. ' 5 TIMES. PSNNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIDDLS DIVISION. On and After Monday, Trains will ruu m follow. . Not. 8th, 1BC0, rDKr WK8TWAUD. A8TWAKD. Way Pass Mall I'mnoipil. citations. MflTI. Aoo. J'BK Mill 1'r'n Ex. i'r'u H. to, A.M. .uo 'SO . Philadelphia, F.W. I. Ml p. if P.W. 4 81 4.6H A.M. MX 1.90 1.4U lo.jji Hrrlonri, P.M. 1.811 7.80 7.11 .ta 44 D.4D S.8 .18 6.46 .I7 .M 8 08 .w 1M Haryavuir, Oiincanuou, Aiiueiluct Daily's Newport Mlllerstuwu, Mifflin Lewlntown J., Huntingdon.. t.Sil 1.11 40 1.4 v.ea l.M S.0J s.is 02 7.4', 7.8! 7.16 96 13. lt! IV Ml s.ia a mi it m IJ.6I 13 a.ii 111.40 111. HO .17. tO.M l.4 IS.1H 1.16 I.u to S.sa, .W 11.311 B.00 1I.4M1 11.90 s.os 4.) 11.46 II. IX .66 6. S l.m T.o 1 M 7.00 1'yrone, 11.117 .4o! 1:46 Mtoona, PIITSnCUGII. 8.16 r.u A.M. A.H.I A.M. HTst-illr Express Went will stop at Unnrannon at 4.4 ami at Nnwportat6.lt a. m., whou flawed. , tWUciliiK WoHt.tlie Way Paatwnirer leaven Harris burg Dally tueotber ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., DECEMUEU 28, 1880. flit fjlomnfidb ilHfS. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. For Tnji Tiim. Tobacco Cultivation in Perry County. The fact that the cultvatlon of this . narcotic werd has been amply renumer alive In different portions of the state, forces this question to our minds. Wl y should It not he to here where we have rich valleys if not so large as any other part of the world t There are only two reasons worth paying any attention to, 1st the lack of knowledge regarding the same, and 2nd the difficulty of dispos ing of the leaf when ready for market. In answering the first we would suggest that Terry County farmers are equal to any emergency, and will not go around an obstacle that any other farmer can surmount; besides there are now scatter ed through the county many men who have bandied the plant In every stage of its growth, from the sowing of the seed to the harvesting; and skilled hands can always be procured to prepare the leaf for the inspection o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFI12L1), PA., DECEMDElt 28. 1880. JL. rrot'essloual Cants. TO UN OALVIN WALLI8, Attorney at-Law, U turn msu'ici tumui-y. New tllitiiii.illil . Perrv Co. Pa, WOfflce over Murtlmei's new store. All legal uiinos promptly ana eareluily trausaoteu. May 4, 183J. J B.J UN KIH , Attorney-at-Law, Now Htuoinlluld. i'errvco.. Pa. er OUlee Next Uour to the residence of Judge JUI1XIU. tol AM. MAttHKL, Attorney-at-Law, Itl.ininilHliI t'uirv I'.olintV. Pa i-df" Oittea opposite the 'Wiiiialon House.and three doara east of Hie Post-tvdlce. T KW18 1'OTTKB, ATTOHN KY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMF1ELD, PliKHV CO., PA. f 1 1 I . nmimtMlf dllltl'ail lnllCt.Aft Writings and all leul business carefully attend -sdto. 6t yl CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomneld, Perry Do. Pa. "Olllce two doors eiil ot Joseph Bmlth's , dotal. August 2, 1872. WM. A. 8PONSLEK, Attorney-at-Law, omce adJomliiR his residence, on East Main street, New BlooniBeld, Perry oo., Pa. 32 ly . . - HTM. N. BEIBERT, Atto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 December 1880

8 THE TIMES, NEWttLOOMEIEU), PA., DECEMBER 528, 1880. A Cuse that is Puzzling Chicago Dootors. CmoAuo, December 20. The Daily limit nnyii : The doctors me puzzled and Interested by a peculinr case, on the West Sldo, at No. 0 Bcolry avenue. Willie Crawfoid, nr,cd seventeen years, son of William Onwford, captain iif n tugboat, has fur ncvcial years been sweating blood at time, nud lately hns had acvoro attacks which alarmed his parent's. Ilis Infirmi ty comes on him utihnMy after taking cold. Great black patches appear on bis body, from which blood drops the size of a pin bead exude. Wood Hows from his mouth, nose, eyen, stomach and even from the bladder and kidneys. No pain accom panies these discharges, but they make his blood thick and weaken him. Hudden fright will temporarily check the flow. He is mentally bright, and his father, mother, bi others and Bisters are strong and healthy. The physicians who have taken an intercut in bis case propose sending him to Edinburgh and London ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

, VP1 A V Vta. L All M : . t - r- ::. :S11 Mmm vf;,'.. t wiwiWv.'Ah, l)IUhiivliil!liilliiililiiiiiiiii!iillllillll;iM!f ' "T" TTI Till I I PUtt VOL XV. 1NTISW BLOOMPIELED, lJiV., TUESDAY, JANUAKY 4, 1881.. N0.1. v ry .mum vj.x& . THE TIMES. m Independent Family Newspaper, If PUBLISH ID KVERT TUK9IUT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEllMH INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 11.50 rill YICAR, POSTAfSE Fill'.!?, so c rs. ion 6 TTIOKTIIS. To subnrlhpr reMdlnn In this rounTr, where we he no pmtni to pv. dlscouMt of 25 cents (mm the ahnre terms will be made II payment Is made In adrance. V Advortislns rates furnished upon applied Men. gelctft PoetiV JUST WHEN. Just when the way is roughest, and the feet are bruised and torn. And the back oppressed with the burdens, so long aud patiently borne, We find that the path grows smoother, the mountains and hills recede, And there is rest And refreshment to meet this hour of need. Just when we feel the weakest in same dark and desolate hour, When the spirit of ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MF1EL1), PA. J AN U Alt Y 4, 1881. TRACKING A CRIMINAL. OH Paul Webber, The Detective CONTINUKl). NKXT morning, the following para grajJi appeared In eeverul of the dully Journals : "ThbMvsteky ix Taciciaut's Inn. The oeiitlemiin whom we reported nst being ttbout to lie arrested on the charge of assftssi null us Mr. Oruhain Forbes, lit Taggart's lnu, lias volunteered an ex planatlon to n metropolitan ninRtetrate, which Inn completely exonerated him. It muy be addeil that the police have at last obtained such a clue to the mystery, that the culprit cannot much longer elude the group of Justice. The more than suspected individual has left the ' country, but the direction which he has taken Is known ; and us It Is within the boundaries of France, with whom we have a criminal extradition treaty In operation, he cannot long avoid urrest. We need not Inform our readers that they will be kept fully informed, in future editions, as to what has occurred In respect to this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

THE .TIMES, NEW HLDOM FIELD. PA., JANUARY 4. 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARHANUKMKNT OP PABSENCJ KRTHAINB NOVEMttElTlGlh, 1880. Trains Leare llnrrlsbtirg as Follows i Fdr New York via Altentowii, at s.05 a. m. nvt New Turk via Philadelphia and "Bound Brnuk Kiiiita." .tu, S.sfi a. m. and 1.4) p. m. For Philadelphia, at U.ifl, .05, (tlirougli car), 9.50 a. m1.4Aand4.oup. in. For Heading, at 6.U0, 8.06. . ". 1.45,4.00, nd 8.0H p. in, .M . .,.. For rottsv ue. at turn, ."v . . - ... ....i vi. Hchiivlklll and Hiisqut-liauna ranch nt 4.40 p. m. r Auburn, at 6 .30 a. m. ror Aiieucuwu.ate.w, o.vu, .. ... - I Mil m "llie" 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. rn. trains hare through oars for Hen Kork, via Alrentown. SUNDAYS i Kor Allenlown and Way Stations, at S.On a. m. Kor Reading, riilldelaphta, and Way stations, at 1.48 p. in. Trains Leave for Harrlsburg a Fsllsws I Learn Nf w York via Allentown, 8 45 a. in , 1.00 liave A''ew'Voikvla''BiJtiiid Brook Rnula."and Philadelphia at 7.4ft a....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 January 1881

I'lIK T1MUS, NEW BLOOMFIKIil), PA. JANUAHY l, 1881. THE TIMES. Hew Illonm field, Jan. 4,lSSt. NOT1CK TO AltVKItTIHKItH. Ho Out or Stereotype will be Inaerled Intlila iwper Bnlaaa Ma-lit face and on metal base. ""Twenty per nmtt. In eirasa of regular rates, will DOOQrtrU lorailvertiaaluallta Hflim IJOiimeuuiuiHi.. Mr. i. n. tU?RH, Newspaper Advertising Ag't. 41 Park How. (Times Itnllclliic). New Vnrk. is nil thorlzed in contract for advertisements lor till paper at our best rules. NOTM'B TO HIJIIHCR I BERrt. Look at the Ibrurra mi the label of your paper. Thoeiitfttr4H tpll you ill ii ilnie In tvlilrli yone hiiIi- nrlatlnu la MM 1(1. Ulllllll S WeekM alter IllOlieV" ! not, see If tli data I uhMiKxii. No other receipt is neoassarv. The ClrculatltMi of Tub Timks now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing Hst'la always upen for the inspection of advertisers. OUR CLUB LIST. Other publications will be furofclied our subscribers nt the price stated : Th Timki mil Harper's Mamut...

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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