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

..Pl, ill H VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJ.A.., TUESDAY, MAECH 1, 1881. NO. 9. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PO BUSH ID 1VIRT TCBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 TE11MH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.Se PER TEAR, POSTAGE I II EE. 90 cts. for months. TosubsorlbersreMdlnR In this copwtt, where e have no postaxe to pav, a dlsoouHt of 25 emits from the shove teems will be made It payment is made la advance. a- Advertising rates furnished uponappllca tlon. $eledt oetrfy. THE SILVER WEDDING. Come wife, sit here, and we'll rest a while Till the merry dance Is o'er j Our silver wedding has made me feel As If youth was once more mine. I've quite forgotten my fifty years j Dear wife, can it be true That twenty-five years have come and gone Since I loved and wedded you t Our daughter there God bless the child ! Far she carries her mother's face Just as you looked when you won my heart With your innocent girlish grace. How fair she is I What 1 bless my soul ! Wife, what is that jou sa...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 March 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. MAltCH 1, 1881. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, on Paul Webber, The Detective. CONTINUED. ONE morning, ft carriage, a coronet on the doors, was pulled up at the entrance to the. Westminster Palace Hotel. A footman leaped qulokly from the box, stood at the door, and waited for orders. "Ask the hotel people," said a freU ful but educated voice, "If a Mr. Varll is still living here; audlf he is, whether or not be happens to he at home." "Yes, my lord." The footman executed the order with excessive promptitude, and replying that the gentleman still lived there, and that he was at home. " Then help me out," said the ooou pant of the carriage. This was soon done, and In a very abort time the nobleman was shown into the rooms occupied by the detective. Webber, seated before the fire, was idly beating the coals with the poker when the door was suddenly opened. Turning he uttered a strange cry of surprise, hurriedly got up, and walked forward to receive his guest, sayin...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 March 1881

ma i ninn a. , n Tiaum .wi-uti ii vwm-ni-" -wr rf -- a. i, ..a t.A.fc. ..sa.. a -.m. THIS TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MARCH 1, 1881. 8 RAILCtOADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R &RRNBMENT OF FABSKNGEJt TRAINS NOTEMUERTsth, 1880. Trains Leare Htirrlsbnrg as FelUwi : For New York via Allentown, at 1.06 a. a. and 1 46 p. m. For New Vork via riilladeilphli. o "Bound BrouK Honte," t.r0, ."5 . ia. d 1.4.1 p. . , Fur Philadelphia, at tl.oO, 1.05, (through oar), 9.60 a. m., 1.46 and 4.0u p. m. . K , . For Heading, at 8.00, 8 05, .Ma. m., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.o p. rn. ... . , . ITorPolUvlila. at.00, .ft 9.S0 a. m.aad 4.04) p. m., and via scliuykill and Budquebaana Branch at 1.40 p.m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. For Allentown, at B.uu, 6.05, 9.60 a. m.t 1.46 aid ''The' 8.'05 a. ml and 1.46 p.m. tralas bar through cars for New Vora.vla Allentawi. BUSBAYHi For Allentown and Way Stations, at 6 60 a. t. For Hemling, 1'hlldelaphia, and Way tilalloas, at 1.46 p. in. Trains Leare for Ilarrisbnrg ns Fol...

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

Till! TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELI), PA. MARCH 1, 1881. THE TIMES. JTew Bloomfleld, March 1, 1881. NOTICK TO DVKUT18KH8. . Ho Unt orHtM-eotyim wlllhAlnfirtd In this paper anlMt Hxht f oe and on meUI b, WTwnly pereont. In ttem of rrulr ruton, will beoharatdforaririM'tUoraeiila tin DoiiblrUolunin. Mr. 3. n. Baim, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Row, (Times Bulkllnc), New York, is au thorized to contract for advertisements for tills paper at our bent rates. NOWO TO HIJllC!RIBF.Rrt. I.nok at th flmir"" "n the lbl of onr paper, Those tlKUrrifltpl you ll rime to whlrn yomNiili crlptlon In f lid. within 9 week alter money In sent, no If ths data la ohauired. No other receipt la aeceeaarT. Benatoh Carpentkr, of Wisconsin died at Washington on Thursday last. His remains were taken to Milwaukee. A Saginaw bridegroom was annoyed by a callthumplan band and went out and killed a serenader. Sensible people don't blame him much either. A kill making tax collectors for each township an elective offic...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA,, MARCH 1, 1881. 6 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. 8. MIDDLE DIVISION. On mil aft Mnndar. Jan. 17th, IM, Pawngar Trains will run aaloiluw, WESTWARD. EASTWARD. . PniKotfiL STATION!.. MIT1 Aoo. J'naMill Ei. Ilr'u l'mh r'Jrr'Di El. H 4 T ill A. tl.W.H I'hiUdelpbla, Harrlihur, Marinvtlle. (to r. w.l r. it. ens i.M. 8. HI l.m 4.J-UU.11S i.M f.lj'lO.M .1 t8lllll.1l, il fttt 1 1 ll l.m lit 7.m 7. no !.MI 48 .hi ill .m 1.40 17 8.89 1.08 8.88 1.21 I.M a. sa 1.44 1.8b .i DllUCalllJOU, 9.90 JlJ 111 l. in Anutttuct 11.14 III Kl Bally'a .... 7 47 Newport....... Mllleratown, Miirii Lewlstown J., 7.81 7 If 11.93 17 lu.os 10 IS. 13 B.6I il. m II 13 lll.M 4.S0 11.18 1.11 l.M 0.115 1.13 1.63, Htintmiraon.. Tyrone Altnona, .M T.I 1.07 8.18 7.41 8 .801 1:4!W 7.08: PITT8BUBU11. ' .M.lA.U.Ir.ll.A.at.l II A.M.IA.M lA.m. lTFTciflcEipriM Welt will (top it DunnannaH at 4.4S and t Newport at 5.11 a. m..wlien flawrd. w-dottiir Wmt.thm Way PastwuKBr leaves Harris burg Dally-tlieotlier t...

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

TIIK.TIMKS, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA., MAUC1I 1, 1881. be liloomficlb fimrs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. How to Make Good Coffee. The Farm Journal, Philadelphia, in authority for the following recipe for getting the virtue of cofTee and plaolng it in the breakfast cup. Very refresh ing It Is to smell the coffee boiling In the kitchen when the front door opens, but what goes out on the air la lost to the cofTee pot. A common practice with cooks Is to grind their coffee over night, and put It to boll half an hour before breakfast time. It does boll, arid sometimes the brown fluid that is pour ed out of the cofTee pot afterwards has only its brown color to tell It by. All that makes It delicious has gone out in steam up the chimney. The usual oof fee reolpea give too much water for they allow room for some to boil away. There Is no need of that. Mix the coffee up with enough cold water to mtike a paste, beat a little with a spoon. Put the precise quantity of water you desire Into your bright ti...

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

HE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1HLD, PA., MAltClt 1, 181. rrofossloual Cards. J OH CALVIN WALLI8, Attorney al-Law, and District attorney. New bloomtleld. Perry Co., Pa. -OlTle over Mortimer's new Mm. All legal bti'lness promptly and oarefully transacted. Mir 4.188U. JK. JUNK.IN, Attorney. t-Lw, New llloomileld, mry oo., Pa. r Ofllce Neit door to tlie residence ol J udge Juiikln. u" J- KW1H 1'OXXJtU, 'ATXOUNJtY ATUW, NEW BLOOMKIELD, PERRY CO.. PA. WOlalms promptly seoured Mlll"J2f?4 Writlngsand all legal business carefully attend- to. OI1ARLEB II. BMILF.V, Attorney at Law. New Bloomneld, Perry Co. Pa. WH. A.SPONSLKK.Attorney-at-Law, Otlloe-adjolnlng his resfd.noe, on Baal Malustreet.New MlooruUeld, Perry eo., Pa. It lirM. M. HKlBKRT.Attorney-at-Law, W Newilooiulleld,Perryoo..Fa. koomfleld,331t. r EWIS POTTER. NOTABIPDBUO, New Bloom. orepared and acknowledgment taken. All kind oIPeiiHlon and Bounty papers fawn and Jenined, will al... take deposition, to b. retd In any court In the United mates. ...

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

8 THE TIMES, jNEW BLOOMFIEttl), PA., MARCH' 1,1881. The Work of Lynchers Upon the Lives of , Negroes. Hpiingfleld, Tenn., February 20. The country for miles around was in a fever heat of excitement jeBtorday over the wholesale lynching which ooourred in this quiet little town Friday bight. ', The crime for which these negroes were lynch ed was the brutal murder of a bachelor farmer named Laprade, who lived alone on his farm near Badlersville, Robinson coun ty, about a tnlle Sway from any neighbor. He lived a sort of hermit life, eocentrlo, opposed to the shedding of blood and keeps no animals or fowls on his premises. Ills neighbors inferred that he had money. The report was current that he and Lis two brothers hnd fallen heirs to 9,000 a few, days before the murder. A party of nine negroes went to bis house on the night of September 8, 1880. Going ill the rear of bis dwelling, one of them knocked at the door, and, imitating the voice of Laprade's brother, asked admis siou. Laprade ...

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

"row ri7i-r- : -III WV-i VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMPIELD, IPA.., TUESDAY, MA.KOII B, 1881. NO. 10. ifeS l i: vr. v ivcd m ; v lift n ; .. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, II FUBLHHBD BVBBT TUBSDAY Bf F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 - TE11M8 i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 PEIl VEAU, POSTACJK FIIEE, 90 CTS. t oil MONTHS. TosutucrlbersrmlrtlnKlnTinK cotmrr, where we have no postage to pay. a dlsnnunt of 2.t cents from the above terms will be made If payment la made la advance. W Advertising rates furnished upon appllca tlou. SINGULAR DISCOVERIES. A Chapter of Incidents. GIVEN lncllnatlou to undertake, and leisure to perform the task, any one who would hunt up records of unexpect ed finds, remarkable in their nature, or by reason of the circumstances under which they were made, might easily fill a goodly Blzed volume with the result of their researches. Pending bucu a com plication, we have made note of some things not generally known In the way of singular finds, and hope a little chat abo...

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

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. MA11C1I B, 1881. TRACKING A CRIMINAL, Paul Webber, Tha Detective. CONCLUDED. YY " Me, sir," Bald a man, push ing forward. " Was not tills one of the witnesses for the prosecution V" " Yes, my lord," replied the speaker; "I'm the porter at Taggart's Inn. I see It all now, my lord. On the night when Mr. Forbes was murdered, I had a few friends, and I daresay I did not keep my eye on the gate as well as usual. Whoever killed the gentleman, I never saw him, and I never saw this man, the prisoner. But about nine that night, Mr. Bresslnalr came running to ine, and he says, Russell, here's Mr. Widglng ton in a fit, I think. At all events, he is at the foot of the staircase, Insensible.' We took him up stairs to his room between us, and a doctor was sent for, who said he had received a fearful blow on the right temple. But when he came to, he said that he had not been struck ; that he had had a sort of fit, and thut the mark upon his temple must have been d...

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

THE TIME8, NEW BLOOMFIELI), TA.. MA11C1I 8, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PA88ENOE1.TRAIN8 NOVEMBEnTsth, 1880. Trains Leave Harrlsburg as FolUwi : For New York via AHentown, at 8.05 a. m. and 1.46 p. m. . . For New Vork via Philadelphia an "Bound Brook Route," ti.ro, R.iA a. in. and 1.4.) p. m For Philadelphia, at 6.uo, .05, (through car), .B0a. m., 1.45 and 4. (Kip. m. ForKeadlug.ate.UU, 8.U6, 0.50 a. m 1.45, 4.00, ands.osp. m. . . For Pottsville. at e.OO, 8 05, 0.50 a. m. and 4.09 E. m., nd via Schuylkill and Husquehanna raneh at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at 6.30 a. m. For AHentown, at 6.0U, 8.05, .6ua. m., 148 ana 4.00 pni. The8.05 a. m. and 1.40 p. m. trains hare t (trough cars for Mew Xoik, via Alleptowa, SUNDAYS i Par AHentown and Way 9tatlons, at 6 00 a. m. For HoHilinn. rntkUlaphia, and Way (Stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lrnre fur Harrlsburg as Follsws t Leavo NewYork via AHentown, 8 5 a. ni . 1.00 and 6 SO p. m. Leave hew Vovk via "Bound Brook ...

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

4 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. MAltCH 8, 1881. THE TIMES. New BUomfleld,- March 8, 1881. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Ho (Jut or Stereotype will b Inserted In this paper mrims light isoe and on metal bale. WTwentrpereenl. In eTreea of wnlar ratea, will baeharffel (or advertisements aetln IoubleUoluiun. Mr. t. If. Bvrtu, Newspaper Advertising Ag't, 41 Park Kow, (Times Building), New Vork, is an tltarlied to contract for advertisements for tills paper at our best rates. NOTICE TO RrjlMCRMEKM. I.ooli at the flirnrea on the label of your rarer. ThoHenffuren toll you the dateto whlcn yanrmilu rrlptlon la paid. Within 1 weeka after money la ont, are if the data la changed. No other receipt laneceiaarr. A despatch received Just as we go to press says a collision has occurred on the Baltimore & Potomac 11. II., In which several persons were injured, among whom is Ex-President Hayes. On Sunday night a week an orphan asylum at Hyde Park, near Scran ton was burned and seventeen little ones wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 March 1881

NEW BL00MF1EL1J, PA.. 0 THE TIMES. PINNSTL7AUIA R. E.-MIDDLB DIVISION. Or) snrt itftfr Monday. Jsn. mh, ISM, Passenger Trains will run as follow , WESTWARD: EASTWARD. MfTI. J'ns Mill Aoo. Ex. I'r'n TSi A.M. P.M. P.M. S.lHi l.RU 7 30 8.S4 1.1,8 J . 06 8.1 U.tS (.60 6 OS l'J.44 S 1.47 13. 88 .RI .! 19.X1 8 S3 "T.IB 19.12 .IS 96 11.8-1 1.40 11.19 (.17 0.66 (.69 (.117 (.08 8.16 I.W 7:W A.M. A.M A.M. II .80 rso P.M. I.UI 8.98 Philadelphia, Hsrrlsburv. A.M. I. INI ssa S.401 M. P.M. .SU.lO.M Ml I .M.1S.H, 66 .16 BUIH.I8 80 11.91 1.91, 1.88! HI I I. OS 5Uryvllii', uuuoiunoni Aqueduct,. ... Bsily's Nowport Mlllerstown, Mifflin Lewlstowu J. Utintluirdon., Tyrone Altnona B.4S .l9 ll S.J7 1(1.461 i.16 SI 00 11.49 40i ia.o IK) 1.68, 2.-15! 11.18 1.16 s. 7.01 .4t (.M 1:46 T OO PITTSnUttGH. lWPrlftc Riprmii Went will stop it Dnncsnnoa At 4.4Hand lit Newportatfi.il A. m., when flsvKed. tir-doli) West.the Way Paaaetiver lesve.it Harrll bu rg Dally the other trains Dally eioe.pt Sunday. Fat line West...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 March 1881

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELI), l'A , MAltCII H, 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Cow Nature. That cows acknowledge iadlvldua,1li.v . i among themselves ii evident from the fact thnt lu every herd there Is sure to be one master cow who domineers over all the refct. Watch the thlrstv herd Eoitiir to drink at a uool on a sultry summer day, and you will see the mas. ter cow enter first, unopposed by the others, who. should the rtool be a small one, will not presume to join her in It but will wait patiently on the bank till . she leaves the water, even though she may choose to remain there, switching her tall at the flies and enjoying the cnol bath for her legs, for some time after she has quenched her thirst, To Hie human speotator it would seem - that she Is selfishly and needlesBlv pro longing the thirst of her friends; but tney do not resent her self-indulgence, nor attempt to hurry her, but only hum bly watt till It shall be her pleasure to make room for them to go and drink. For la not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, ,VA., MAlKfll B, 181. I'rofosslonftl Cards. JOHN CALVIN WALLI3, Attorney at-Law, nd District Attorney. New Blmiin field, rerry Co., Pa. avvofflce over Mortlin er't new store. All legal -bnMness promptly aud carefully transacted. May , mo. JK. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-Law, New Hloomlleld, l'erryoo.,ta. Oflloe Next door to the realdeuue olJ udge Juiikln. UL TT EW18 POXTKll, AlTOUNIXATLAWi HKW BLOOMFIELD, PERKY CO., PA. WOlalms promptly seottrad ,"?t1 Writings and all legal business carefullyattend. ed to. FIABLKS II. RMILEY, Attorney at Law. jjew Uloomtteld, Perry Co. Pa. -omo two doors ean ol Joi; th s hotel. . . August ., mi, mTaTsponhIiBR, Attorney-at-Law, OHIce-adJoinlng his resfdenoe, on East Main street, New Blounitteld, Perry eo., Pa. 8 . ly VTTM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law, W New Bloomtleld, Perry CO.. Pa. Bloomtleld, 8 33 If. r BWI8 POTTER, NOTABI PDBL10, Mew Bloom. Ueed.i?Bonds? Murines and tfMea nMl prepared and acknowledgements taken. All kinds ol T...

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

8 THE TIMES; NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH 8, 1881. A Curious Mistake. Ia llie neighborhood of Marseilles, not long Biro, buys the London Telegram was dltoorered an ancient Roman burying ground, containing among other Interest ing graves, that of Consul Calus Septimus, wherein a quantity of antique- weapons and coins were found, and, moreover, an amphora the Inscription upon which was all but illegible containing a amall quan Uty of thick, reddish liquor. The ampho ra emptied of its contents, was submitted to the iuspeotton of an eminent arohicolo- gint, who, after bestowing extraordinary pains upou the deciphering of the mutila ted characters engravon upon its surface, declared it to be bis opinion that they indi cated the presence of genuine Fnlernlan within the vessel, adding that Calus Boptl mus a Jovial consul of considerable repute as a judge of good wine, had obviously ordered that a flask of the best vintage In his cellar should bs buried with him. The scientific gentleman who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

V7 I 1 1V' El Hi! I J 1 I'll TLWV .. i. ej.ii- . , j- iw- ffi .j: '" if ""' 1 VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMPIELD, IPA.., TUESDAY, MAllOH 15, 1881. NO. 11. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, I f UBUSHBDBYBRT TUB8D1T BT F. MOllTIMElt & CO. ' TEltMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 11.50 Pi: II IIIAK, POSTAflE FUEE. bo cts. t on a months. TosiiborlbersreldlnfclnTms county, where we have no postaRe to pay, a discount of 25 cents from the above terms will be made If payment is made In advance. ' Advertising rates furnished upon appllcn tlou. ' TRAPPING A GHOST. " T ARQE and roomy ; well furnished; lj good garden; bealtby neighbor hood ; within easy reach of a railway station ; good boys' school near ; not far from London; cheap I" Thus, with something more than a suspicion of acorn in her voice, my sister Margaret ran off on her fingers the list of my requirements fur a house. I had just returned from India with my six children, and I was anxious to settle them comfortably before their father'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH "15, 1881. lu the house. I opeueil the parlor window, and pok with him over the haleony. " Will you come up stairs, Andrew V I should like to see you." He stood for a moment, scratching his head. I think he would have preferred anything to entering my house at that moment; but evidently he did not see Ills way to refusing. A few moments later he was In the drawing-room. "Andrew," I began, with some Inten tional solemnity of manner, "you see the position I am in," Ills expression iudicated that lm eontddered the position u exceedingly unpleasant (one. "The utory 1ms fcot about," I went on, "that this house Is haunted." He turned pale. " You think It In haunted?" I asked, looking at him fixedly. He hesitated for a few moments, shook his head slowly, and succeeded finally lu saying: "Wat Is folks to think, ma'am y". " i acknowledge," I answered, "that the thing has a queer look. When people appear, and vanUh as suddenly as they came, It is diffl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA.. MAllCll 15, 1881. n RAILROADS. - PHILADELPHIA AND READING O AKKA.NWEMENT OF r A88KNOK J1TRAIN8 NOVEMBElttTsth, 1880. Trains Leato Harrlnburgr as Fallens : For New York via vUlentown, at (.OS a. at. d 1.45 n. 111. Kor Hew York via rhllaclelplil and "Bound Brook Itoute." ti.to, g.HS a. iu. anil 1.4 " p. in. Fur Philadelphia, at U.uo, (.06, (thruiigh car), 9.50 a. ra., 1.45 and 4.0u p. in. For Heading, at 0.UO, 8.05, 8.50 a. m 1.45, 4.00, and fuia p. ra. Kor rottsville. at 6.00. 8 03, 0.50 a. m. ad 4.0 p. m., and via Bchuylklll and Husguehanna Brauoh ati.40 p. 111. For Auburn, at 6.80 a. in. For Allentown,at6.0u, 8.06, (.50a.m., 1.4ft and 1.00 p. in. The 8.05 a. m. and' 1.45 (1, m. trains bava through curs for New York, Tla Alleatown. SUNDAY i . For Allentewn and War Stations, at 6 00 a, mi For Heading, 1'hlldelauhia, and W ay stations, at 1.45 p. III. Trains Leaie fur HaiTlsbtirg as Follows t leave MewYork via Alleutowu, ( 6a. in . 1.00 aiid6 (u b. in....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 15 March 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELB, PA., MARCH IB, 1881. THE TIMES. JTew JtloomfleliL, March IS, 1881. NOTICE T;0 ADVERTISERS. Re Oit orlltrrantrp WW be hunted In this paper Oniwi llirbt ftott RMd on mtel bate. Wr-Twntyprent. In trM or nwnlar tafM, will koharavd(oradrartlamanu aetln Double Oolninn. Mr. $. It. Bates, Nwprr Advertise An't., 1 Park Row. (Times Bulldin), New York, is au tkrlc4 to contract lor advertlieroents lor tills tapr at eur best rates. KOTICB TO StIBHCniBBK. I ,ok at tha ns-urea on the labol of your papr. TV.etlrtfl1 you I lie date la ivhlrli yenraiib anrlptUaUrald. Within 1 weeks after money Is seat, aoa If the data la ohaoR-ed. No other receipt laaeoeaaarr. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. as bought s controllng interest in the .f ll.ll..l.l.. tX7ll.lvi nn.l TJ1(I more, and now control every road oi any Importance running out of Philadel phia. The traveling public will not re gret the change. Some Idea of the vast throng of visi tors to Washington during the inaugu ration p...

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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