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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

si m .' v.. :,v -tfnimiiiiii iliUtiffn, ' VOL XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TU3SSDA.Y, JANUAItY 25, 1881. NO. 4. ha n iff IW upi THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, II PUBUSBID ITIRT T018DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. o T131XMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 PF.ll YEAH, POSTA41K FIIKI:. 80 CTS. FOH 6 MONTHS. To subscribers residing In this codhtt. where we hare no postage to pay, a discount of iffl cents from the abort) terms will be made It payment in made In advanoe. v Adrertlslng rates furnished upon appllca ilen. A PRETTY CRIMINAL. SEVERAL years ago, and shortly after the remonetizatlon of silver, counterfeiting received a wonderful Im petus, and the West and South especially were flooded with bogus coin. The large floating population and the wilderness of the border country render ed the task of unearthing the coiners a hard one, but after several seasons of persistent and stealthy work, the United States Detective Service became satisfied as to the location of at least one gang o...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. JANUARY 25, 1881 j TRACKING A CRIMINAL, on Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUED. A MAN who Is young always has x. secrets, ttutas for you oautloue to a degree with friends, I can see already. Why not take example of me? Am I not candor Itself V You know very chapter of my life. I have told you not ouly every great, but every email lecret of my existence. Hut all this hag nothing to do with the business la hand. Bluce that dinner at the Crystal Palace, what have we done Y Nothing, positively nothing. We ought to have seen all London by this time, and 1 have not even been up the Monu ment. I dare not at least go back to Home, and say that I have not even been up the Monument." 'Of course not," replied Austin, laughing. " You are bantering me now. Cer tainly, of course not. Of course you can easily understand that Margherita will not go Inside a theatre, owing to her recent loss, for she loved that friend very dearly. But we may see the Bights of London...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

., JANUARY 25, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8ENOERTRAIN8 NOVEMnElTTsth, 1880. Trains Leate llurrlsburg as Fellews S For New York tla Alleutown, at I.W . . and 1.4ft p. ni. For New York tla Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Konte," .), S.85 a. in. and 1.4B p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.U0, 8.06, (through oar), .50 a. m., 1.4ft and 4.00 p. in. . ,, . m For Heading, at 8.U0, 8.05, 6.50a. m., 1.46 , 4.00, and 8.W p. in. . . . Forrottsvllle. at 8.00. 8.0ft, 9.S0 a.m. and 4.08 E. m., and via Hcliuvlktll and Busquehanna ranch at 2.40 p.m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. For Alleutowu,at6.w, 8.06, .60a.m., 1.45 ana 4.00 p. m. , . , . The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains hare through cars for New York, via Alleutown. BUNDAYH For Allentown and Way Stations, at 6.00 a. m. For Heading, l'lilldelauhla, and Way Stations, at 1.45 p. m. Trains Leave for Harrlsburg as Follows I Leave NewYork via Alleutown, 8.45 a. m .1.00 aud 6.80 p. in. . . . . Leave Nhw Yorkvla"Bound Brook ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JANUAHY 25, 1881. THE TIMES. Jfetv Bloomfleld, Jan. 28, 1881. NOTICE TO ADVKKT1SKUS. Ho Out orStrotype wllltalniarted InthH airr anlf lUht f ituo and ou metal he. wr"Twanty per rn. In momm of repriilM rtM, will be olimed for ulyertlieuieuU let In Double Column. Mr. J. H. IUibs, Memnapiir Advertising- Ag't., 41 Park Row. (Times HiilldlwO, New York, n mi thorlzfd to contract for mlvertl'enients for tins paper at our best rates. NOTICB TO SUnHCRIBER. I.nok t the ninir on the Ithel of onr pper. Thnnenpnireii tell you tlin rinte I n mlilrli ynuraub- orlBIInn Uenicl. WltUln i veeka aitrr uioney Is sent, fee If the dnle it outiwed. No other receipt Is neoMsiry. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always open for the Inspection of advertisers. . Last Tuesday the following United States Senators were chosen : Indiana elected Harrison; Ohio, Sherman ; Mas sachusettB, Dawes ; Connecticut, Haw ley; New York...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUA11Y 25, 1881. 5 THE TIMES. Lo&il Depkiftiieit. PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-MIDDL2 DIVISION. On ami srter Monday, Jim. 17th, 1881, Paasengtr Trains will ruu lonow. , WBSTWAUD. EASTWARD, PltlNOIfAL BTAT1UM8. rhTladelphlaT Urrlnliurir, Maryavtlle, buucanuou, Aqueduct Daily's Newport Mlllcratowu, MiHlin Lwltown J., Mffl. .I'ns Aoo. Ex. ' Till 4. if. r.M. SIN 1.80 s.sf l.oii B.I! II. M S.03 11.44 7.41 11.88 7.8S 11. IB 7.18 11.11 8 it II. m 11.13 9.6ft B.II7 8.16 A.M. i.M Puth'r'nTl'r'n Kx. i.M T.Sol 11.36 r.K. 10.38 A.M P.M J Ml P. W. 4.8.1 4.68 6.16 6. Ml 8 lei T.V. f .80 7. OH !.S0 .48 8.81 8 11 6.10 6.40 6.17 8.63 8.08 9.86 70 8.S3I .40 I.UI 1.8 10.61, S.4S 9 III 1.44 1.561 f II 1.11ft S.BI) H.H I. in 8.51 S.HI 11.11 8.00 11.49 tll.lM, m. e 4.10 IU.0K 1.1.1' 1.68 11.18 0.01 J. 41 T.4S HuntinKaon.. Tyrone Altooua, 111 1.66 t.m 4 1:414 l.li.M.f. M' ' t.orrranftDtl IT l.w,.llLlDDUUua. ,M.!.M. I IVParlflr Express Wont will stop at Oitncannou at 4.4 and at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA., JANUARY 25, 1881. iJIoomfifltT (pints. HOUSE, JARM AND GARDEN. A Talk with Dalrymple, the Dakota Wheat Man. A Milwaukee letter to the Chicago Times hag a talk with William F. Dal- rymple, who, with his brother runs the largest wheat farm In the world, proba bly, near Fargo, Dakota Territory. He raid that the past year he had har vested 22,000 acres of wheat and nearly 2,000 acres of other grains. The wheat had yielded at the rate of 23 bushels to the acre, In the aggregate over 600,000 bushels, which had been disposed of In Buffalo at a clear profit of over half a dollar a bushel thus making the profit of the farm for the year over a quarter of a million dollars. This, he said, was several times what the land had cost. The wheat had been loaded on the cars directly on being thrashed, and taken to Duluth, whence it was shipped to Buf falo, where It was sold at an average price of nearly $1,25 a bushel. The freight from Fargo to Buffalo had not much ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUA11Y 25, 1881. 7 Profossioual Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLIS, Attorney at-Law, and District Attorney. New Bloomfleld, Perry Co.. Fa. WOlllee over Mortimer's new store. All legal bwslness promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, 18)11). JB. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, New llluuinlleld. Perry oo., Pa. -OMce Next door to the residence oUurtge Juuktn. 4diI T KAV1S POTTKU, Al'I'OHNEV AT L.AW, NEW BLOOMFIKLD. PERRY CO., PA. 'wOlalms promptly secured ,?0'1?,(!i3 Wrltlngsaud all legal business carefully attend, d to. 6i HABLEiTilTmLEY, Attorney at Law. New BloomUeld, Perry Co. Pa. -Office two doors east of Joseph 8m th s hotel. August a, 1H72. "1TTM. A. BPONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, VV Office adjoining hto resldenoe, on Bast Matnstreet.New Bloomlleld. Perry eo., Pa. 8 a ly VirM. N. BE1BEBT, Attorney-at-Law, YY New Bloomlleld, Perryoo,, Pa. Bloomlleld, 33 It. LEWIS POTTER, NOTABTPOBLlo.Wew Bloom, tleld, Perry Co.. Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and teases carefully pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 January 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 25, 1881. A Strange Tale. One of the most remarkable Btorles ever told Id a newspaper Is that of Miss Mary Ilammell, a young woman SI yean of age, who la a grand-daughter of Philip L. Freneau, the well-known American writer. Miss Ilammell is one of two sisters, the eldest being a widow, who owns a small property and resides at Winflold, L. I. A year and a-ha'lf ago they rented a portion of their dwelling to a Mrs. Caroline C. Allen, a woman about 55 years old, who came to them highly tecommended with letters representing her to be engaged in philantbtopio labors, and who pretended to have a son, the Rev. Mr. Charles Allen, in this oity. Mrs. Allen soon came to be the ruling spirit in theestablishment,and at once assumed a complete control over the younger slater, Mias Ilammell. A quar rel with the elder sister led to Mrs. Allen's expulsion from the beuse, and her arrest and sentence on conviction to jail for six weeks for assault. At the end...

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

rsvl l 1 If Vv ivt If,. I f f'lMP- .-www--1 , ' t- ' T VOL XV. NEW BLOOMPIELD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1881. NO. 5. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, It FDBUBHID ITBRT TCSBOAT BY F. MORTIMER & CO. TERMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 1.30 PEU THAU, POSTAGE 1'HEE. 80 CT9. FOIl IffONTHS. To subsnrlbei-s raiding In this countt, where weJiate no postage to pay. a discount of J5 cents from Hie above terms will be made If payment Is made in aa ranee. Adrertlslng rates furnished upon appllca tlon. THE DISGUISED SERVANT. ONE day in May, 1805, the detective received the followlug note : " Dear Bin : Could you make in con venient to call at No. 340 South Bt., Any time after 8 P. M., to-day V If not, I shall call at your office to-morrow afternoon at 2. Hespectfully, "Margaret Vallee." The note was penned in a neat femin ine hand, but the name of the writer was entirely unknown to the detective. He called at the number mentioned in the note, and waB met at the door by a woman of apparentl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. FEBllUAllV 1, 1881. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, Oil Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUE!). S IVORY wan no longer the man the reader lias seen camly feucltiK with a magistrate and explaining away sus picion after suspicion the police formed Against hlra. Then he was utterly upon ills guard, and no heat, no passion, no eagerness betrayed Itself. Now the blood coursrd through his cheeks, his eyes spoke as eagerly us his Hps ; movement, life, were spread over his countenance, and gave It a marvelous charm. For the first time in bis life, perhaps, Austin truly existed, absolutely comprehended what It Is to live. Love bad changed him from a cold, calculating man, into an ardent unreflecting human being, eager, young, and revelling in his strength. He was about to speak again, to lay bare his very heart, when a summons was heard at the door, and Webber was .announced. A mere glance, and the detective com prehended, what had happened. - He walked towards Margaret, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 February 1881

TILE TIMES, RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8ENGEK TRAINS NOVEMBEttTiUi, 1880. Tratuii Leave Barristers; as FelUws i for New York via Allentown, at 109 a. m. and 1 .45 p. m. . .. . For New fork via Philadelphia and "Bound Breok Route," tt.to, s.H5 a. in. and 1.4ft p. m. For Philadelphia, at tUO, S.Oft, (through oar), 9.50 a. in., 1.45 and 4.IW p. m. ,... For Reading, at 6.U0, S.bo, 9.80a. Bi., 1.45, 4.00, and .w p. m. ... . . . Kor Pottavllle. ate.00. 05, 9.50 a.m. aid 4.01 p. m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at b.ao a. m. For Alleutown.ate.WP, 05, 9.00 a. m., 1.46 an '"The "'.'on a. m. and 1.45 p. m.'tratns hav through cars (or New Voik, via Allentown. BONDAYB I For Allentown and Way Stations, at 00 a. m. For Ke-tdlng, I'liltdelanhla, and Way Blatlaas, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave Tor Harrlsburt; as FoIUtts I Leave NewYork via Allentown, 8 f5 a. m . 1.00 '"lmto wVrk via "Bound Brook Route." and Philadelphia at 7.45 a. ...

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

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. FEBKUAItY 1, 1881. the times: New Bloomfield, Feb. J, 18S1. XOTICK TO AUVJCUTISKUS. K (lilt ormrtyi will tin InnerltiS lutliU imiwr nalMMttKhtUotauil ou raeltl base. t"Tpnlypirrniit. 1hkpc of mralif rafnip.wlll twohirKOdtoruWorttminruUi ft in Double Uoluinu. Mr. 3. H. Bom, Nwnpapr Advertising Ag't., Park How, (Times lUilldinit). New York, is an thorlzrd to contiHot for advertisements for tins papr at our best rales. NOTIt'S TO KIJIIlMHIIBER!. I.nnknt the flsrnrni on tlin Isbnl or nnr imor. Thonpfliriirriitpll you t Im ilnle to whirl, your mili art IuiIiiii ) nll. Wllliln wopk ller money la ont, w If tba Unto ! obnitei1. No utber receipt II aeciMuwrv. The Circulation of The Times now exceeds Two Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always opon for the Inspection of advertisers. Hon. Howell E, Jackson, was elec ted Benator from Tennessee on Thurs day last. Mr. Jackson Is a state credit democrat and is said to be an able man. H. B. Kelly, an ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW J1L00MFIEL1), PA., FEBttUAllY 1. 1881. 0 THE -TIMES. Io&il Deph,tftmeit. PENNSYLVANIA B. &. MIDDLE DIVISION. On and after Monday, Jan. 17th, 1M1, Passenger Trains will run as toiluwa, , WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WayiMnll,Aro.Plta., PniMots-Ai, Stations. MITI. J'ni Aoo. Ex. T?u a.m. r.u. or 1 ,3 8 85 1.(10 n.is is.i.a 101 13.44 f.;ig.Ki T.aSIH.M 7 lb 13 13 est u.114 11.12 9.1)7 8.16 A.M. A.M rassrir'ni rru 18.81 i'ililadelpuiaT Irlarrlsburtr, Marysvillc, jUuncsnnuu, I Aqueduct,.... Bally , Newport Mlllcrstuwn, Mlllllu A.M. r.M r. w.if.H. r.v. 1.S i.m 6.SQ 6 4 a. Si sail 8.19 I.4U BIT S.SS 101 I.W 1:70 1 (X) 4.SJ i.M JJ 1U.1B 8.M 1.91 I S.!W l.w lam B.4S Hill Hi .7 III IX tl.li III i.w S.S5 l.llt s.sbi S.I8 8.81 11. IS . Au;ii.si 8. W 11.49 1.15 .! 4.1 U 111 li.OH, l.lll 1.63' Lewlntowu J., mintingaon.. Tyrone Altcioua 7.48 .M 1:W T.00 PITTSUUnUH. r.M.lA.M.r.MjA.M.il tvPaclftc Express TVestjwill stnn at Dtincannon at 4.4andt NewiiortatS.il a. iu., wben tlaKitnl. aTGoi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 1, 1881. HOUSE, , FARM AND GARDEN. Remedy for Roup in Fowls Towards the last of December, 1879, I found one hen sick out of 48 or 49. Whatwu the matter with herV For Information I consulted Bolon Robin' son's Facts for Farmers and the Family Circle," and found it to be roup. I took her from the nest and held her head over smoking sulphur; soon after, I gave her nearly one teaspoonful of kerosene oil, and, later, the same amount of rum in a tablespoonful of warm water. Next day I found a Becond one sick and fol lowed the same treatment with her. In two days afterwards the rest of the flock were all sick. I could not dose all in the same manner, so after they went to roost I took an old-fashioned iron bak ing kettle, put in it some live, red-hot coals, and put it into the hen-house in a box two feet from the floor. Then I threw on the coals three single hand fuls of sulphur, closed the door and left them to their fate. Nearly an hour later I we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., EE1UIUAHY 1, 1881. 7 Professional Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALL19, Attorney at-Law, mid District Attorney. . New Bliiomtleld. Perry Co., Pa. JVOfllce over Mortimer new iitnre. All logs! business promptly and carefully transacted. May4,18iW. J B.JUNK1N, Attorney-at-Law, . New Hloomileld, Perry eo., Pa. Offloe Neit door to the residence oIJ udgs JunRln. 6tl L"EWlS PO'JU'KH, AT i-itllNRY AT UW. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERKY CO., PA -finim nromntly secured . collected r securea w msliiess carefully attend- J4 ul Wr t ilings aud all legal b ed to urn s . On&Ki.FRH.BMILKY, Attorney at Law. HAKLES New Bloomileld, erry Co. Pa. JfOmoe two doors east ot JPtB$ xitm A 8PONH1.F.K, Attorney-at-Law, W Ullice-adjolnlng liU resfdenoe, on East Main street, New BUwiuUeld. Perry co., Pa.-8i ly tru n. BElBERt, Attorney-at-Law, W New Bloomileld, Perryoo., Pa. BloomBeld,833lT. -f KWI8 POTTER, notaht PCBL10, Mew Bloom. VeedBonTsf SS& and Le ases carefully reDared and acknowledgeme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 February 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 1, 1881. Trial of a Remarkable Case In Missouri. The trial of Albert nod Ed. Talbott for tbe mm dor or their father in Nodaway co., Mo., on the night of the 18th of last Bop tembor, wbloh was fixed to begin on the 11th Instant, deals with one of the most Interesting cases that ever came before a Missouri tribunal for hearing on acoount of the peculiar circumstances attending the commission of the crime and the exten sive acquaintance of the murdered man, who had been for many years a leading citizen of northwest Missouri, having represented Nodaway county lu the General Assembly twenty-five years ago, and amassed a fortune in the practice of medicine. Several years ago the dootor gave up the active praotioe of his profes sion, and devoted his time principally to politics, having been originally a Democat, but latterly a Greenbnoker, aud was known as a writer and speaker of more than ordinary ability. The Chicago Times has a Mitryvillo speci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 February 1881

i t jr t , i ie a turn. Jiini ji rvi . V 1 1 It 1 . a : I -in i I flu K : r. ' 4-.-. r " tin VOL XV. 1SIEW BLOOMFIELD, IJiV., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1881. NO. 0. i THE TIMES. la Independent Family Newspaper, IS rOBUSBBD ITIBI TDKSDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEUMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 FEH YEAH, POSTAL K FIIEE. 80 CTS. FOIl 6 MONTHS. To subscribers maiding In this cochtt, where we hare no postage to pay. a discount of 2!5 cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. r- Advertising rates furnished upon appltca tlon. INTERESTING SKETCHES. Recollections or Prominent Men of the Past. ALMOST any day, sunny or wintry, there can be Been on the streets of Atlanta a short, thickset, sturdy old gentleman, bearing erectly on unusually broad shoulders an immense head, sur mounted with a crown of white hair. A trifle reserved, holding himself like a gentleman and man of affairs, with ruddy face and quick, penetrating eye, holding a stout cane in his hand, less f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW LLOOM FIELD, PA. FEM.UAltY B, 1881. TRACKING A. CRIMINAL, OH Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUED. " TK I could only have known how 1 tuunh imln the reference to the urliiie with which this knife Is rsbooI nteil wouhl have cot you, believe me, I could not have been KHty of the cruelty." Webber BtnppiM In the midst of the apology, and asked, In the most natural voice In the world, "And how did you get out of the difficulty V" " lu proving absolutely," replied HI vory, "that I could not be the guilty man If man It was." " Hut how happened It that the police suspected you V" " I admit their suspicions were very natural. I was known to have quarrel led with Ctruhain some time before his death, and to have owed him mouey upon the day previous to his murder." "How fearful," replied Webber. "And If it only happened that you should be assassinated this very night, I should be suspected of the crime, simply because I had passed the evening with you." " Certaluly ; and I think...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW I5L00M FIELD, PA., FElillUAUY H, 1881. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARKANflKMlCNT UK P AB8KNGEKTHAIN8 NOVEMIIKIt 15th, 1880. Trains f.enYe HurrlHhiirg as Follows : For New York la Alloiitown, at S.05 S. in. and 1.4& p. m. . . . For Hew 1'ork via f'hlludiMplilH and "Bound Brook Kotita," n.r0, .. in. nacl l.r p. m. For I'lillailnlphla, at U.IO, S.06, (through car), 9.50 a. in.. It 'm ml 4 (Kj p. in. , , For UnlliiB,at6.U0, 5.U6, 9.60 a. m., 1.45, 4.00, anil a liu ii. ta For Pnttsvllle. at 8.00, ROl, O.fiO a. m. ami 4.1 B. m., and via Mcliuylklll and Himqimuanna ranuh at i.40 p. in. For Auburn, at. 6. an a. in. For Allentown, at o.ou, S l , w.oua. ia., unaua 4.00 p. m. ' , The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. train bar through can Jur New York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS I For Allentown anil Wny Station, at 6 On a! m. For Heading, Phllclelaphia, and Way Station, at 1.45 . in, Trains Li'iue for Ilurrlbbnrg as Follows t I,eave NewYork via Allentown, I 5 a. m . 1.00 and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 February 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BI.00MF1EL1), PA. I'EBKUAIIY 8, 1881. THE TIMES. New Biotmfleld, Feb. S, ttifil. JXOTICK TO ADVKHT18KK8. Mo Ont orStotyp wllltwlnierttd Inthla pper d1m IlKbt f ot ibS on mall bmi. MfTwuntyporpont. Inr of rurulsr ratM, will b ftfaftrprrd for dtrwtiiemiiU t lu Uoukl Uoliimii. Yr. J. H.'TUnw. Nwppr Artrsrthlnn Ag't, 41 Talk Row, (TIiiim lliillillnjO, New V'lik, n nil thnrlreu to contract fur adertlwmets for this payer el our best rates. NOTICE TO HlHIHCnlBRIH. I.anh at th niriirM on th lull"! of your paper. Tbngeilirnrfiitpll rou llio lint to wltlrli join anil nrlptlna.la palrf. Within ? wwki alter money la ont, If ill Uata la cliaua-cil. Mo other receipt tauaceaiarr. The Ciresilatlon of The Times now exceeds Tw9 Thousand Copies each week. Our mailing list Is always open for tbe inspection of advertisers. No Senator Las yet been elected by the legislature, and the chances for the election of any of the candidates named are as remote as ever. On Saturday no quorum was pre...

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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