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

; -rrv mix 1 u. an "Ti VOL. XV. THE TIMES. A a Independeat Family Newspaper, IirOUllDITBf TUBIDATT P. MOltTIMEll & CO. TEIIMH t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ft.S PER TF.4II, POSTAGE 1111.1'.. cts. foii e morains. To i:bwlber residing In titis couutt, where we hare a postage to par, a discount ot emits from tli abe terms will ba in ail e II payment In mads In advance. r- Adrertlslng ratei furnlnbed upon appllca tloa. " The Queer Old Man. WE kept a little variety shop, sister Margie and I, the profit of which wag quite as small as the wares we sold. But, then, we had n rent to pay ; own ing the small, brown, old-fashioned house In which we lived, and which looked strangely out of place among the stately-looking modern dwellings that crowded up against It on either side, quite putting it out of countenancf by their superior height and appearance. Grandfather built it when the place was new, and he a young man, and when all that brick and mortar were verdant fields and -well-kept gardens,...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 April 1881

o. THE TIM 158, NKAV BLOOMFIELD, PA., Al'ML 5, 1881. The Story of a Crime. I A paea frnni the hook entitled "A Prodla-lotte Fool,'1 written )) .tnhntl. Wellln, of niiMimhrlil, TlietMinkla pillillHhnri hy LtpplliciiH ft lUv It run lie iirocnred from tJi piilillaher or frtim Mr. Wailla, price II.M IT was on a day In June, during one of these Jaunts about town, that Wil liam Bmlth found himself the central figure of a group of men and boys gath ered before the barroom door of the "CJentle Influence," a hotel of long Htandlng In the village, and, perhaps by reason of its seductive name, of great popularity. The crowd, It must be contended was mixed. It was also pecu liar. There was the usual swaggering air of Inferior superiority, and Indiffer ence to bare feet and torn breeches. There was the customary picturesque apparel, and want of apparel, common to those who cared little for what they wore and less for what they did or said. At the time of which I write the gift of loud speech was...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 April 1881

THE TIMES,. NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., Al'IUL 5, 1881. n AI.LROAD8. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R HRU4NAEMENT OF PABSKNGKBTBAIN8 NOVEnUElTTah, 188. Trains t.eare Ilarrisburg a Follows : Kor New York via Allontawn, at 1.09 a. m. ami Hf p. m. . .. For Nw YorU la rhllatlclphlw and "Bella Brwk Kniits," H.'O, R.Hft . in. and 1. 4S p. in. Kur I'hllailelphla, at (I.IK), 1.05, (through cr), 0.50 . in., 1.4ft and 4(K) p. m. ...... For Heading, at 6.00, 105, .60. m., 1.45 , 4.00, nd 8.li p. m. , , . ForFolnvlllfl. t 6.00, 8.05, d.M . m. and 4.0 6. in., and via Bchuylklll and HiisquHianna ranch ati.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.3 a. in. For Alleutowu.at6.00, 8.06, 1.60 a. ., 1.46 au ,00 p. Mlt The 8.05 ft. m. and 1.4B p. m. train kate through can for hew Voik.vla Allcntnwa. BUNDAYS i For Atletitown and Way Station., at 6.00 a. m. Kor Kuiidlng, riilldr laphlu, mid Way ritutlons, ' at 1.45 p. in. Traliis Leare for JIarrlsburg as Fallows i Leave NewYork via Alleutown, 6 46 a. m . 1.00 1!avH A'e'v York via...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 April 1881

T1IK TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, l'A., APRIL C, 1881. THE TIMES. few Bloom field, April St 1881. NOTICE TO ADVERTIHRKS. No Clnt ni-HUrtntyp will b Inserted In tills paper anlMS IIr ht face and on melal bus. WT" Twenty proenl. In MneM of reprnlar rates, will twoharcedforadvarUiemenU aetln buubleOolumn.. Mr. J. IT. BiiBi, Newspaper Advertising Ag't., 41 Park Knw. (Times Building), New Yolk, la ml thorite to contract for advertisements for this paper at ur best rates. NOTICE TO HliriHCHinr.llH. I.eokat thefliriirea no tlie latiel of your paper. Tfi'lrriMI ynullie dnteto n-lilnh yaui eiili. m-lplloa la paid. Within wi'tka alter money la sent, If tha data la obauireil. No other raoelpt la neornarr. Tub census reports show nearly a million more males than females in the United States. A revere thunder storm visited Phil adelphia and vicinity on Wednesday morning last. The thunder was very heavy, waking many a sound sleeper. The locomotive of the Johnstown Express exploded its boiler on Friday ...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. Al'lilL 5. 1881. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. B.-MIDDLS DIVISION. On Ami after MnniUy, Jill. 17th, lasl, pMenr Trains will ruu loium.. WKSTWAR1). WriMll,Aoo.,Plt. fMnli'r'u Tr'u El. EASTWARD. I PniNOIPAl STATIONS. I'MUdelphuT flnrrtsburjr, IMArysvlllt, MIN. J'ns Aoo. Ex. Mil A.M. P.M. S.W l.0 1.86 f.bS I IV 12. U l.w la. 4 7.4, is.sb 7.v ill. 7 1 13.111 It 11.1)4 II. IS .( H.1'7 a. 16 A.M. A.M. II. M 7.0 It p.n. 10. lit 10.M a. a. I.ui r.M P.M. 4. In1 4. Ml (.60 a. n P.M. 7. IK' 7.1 em a 48 .Hll IM .I0 a. 4u 1.17 8. M a. us i.tu J. (HI 8.M .4l tM .m Wll S.87 ll'.IMI 10.41) 18.18 lift I.M Ml r.M. uum-annuu, Aittittluct,.,. linllr' Newport Mlllrrstown, Mifflin LewlKtowii J., 44 I.SS S.I S.BU 11.18, l. 11.11 .W I1.4SI IS 8.11 4.1 III 15 7l T. 1:411 Mill 1 bit 7.04 tluntlnuoon.. Tyrone, Altoou.. ...... nnsBUHun. A.M. A.M.. A.M. rPi-ine Rjpwm l will to) ( llmioAiniiiH t 4.48udBl Newport t. II . m.. when Hahmi'iI. -(iilnn Went.tun Wny PmmeiiKr iwiv.'j HArrl...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 April 1881

0 THE -TIMES, NEW BL00MF1KL1), I'A. AWUL 5, 1881. fjloomfitlb (putts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Salt for the Throat. In these days when diseases of the throat are prevalent, and In so many cases fatal, we feel It our duty to ay a word In behalf of a most effectual, If not positive, cure for Bore throat. For years past, Indeed we may say during the whole of a life of more than forty years, we have been subjected to sore throat, and more particular to a dry hacking cough which Is not only distressing to ourselves, but to those with whom we are brought Into bus! ness contact. Last fall we were induced to try what virtue there was In common salt. We commenced by using it three times a day, morning, noon and night. We dissolved a large tablespoonful of pure table salt in about a half small tumbler full of water. With this we gargled the throat most thoroughly just before meal time. The result has been that during the entire winter we were not only free from coughs and colds, but the dry ha...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFliSLI), LA., AP1UL 5. 1881. Philadelphia Advertisement?. Ready Mixed Taints ! T UCAS' READY MIXED TAINTS ! nowateb.no chemicals, no benzine, but a runs OIL TAINT, READ! FOR USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BY .MAIL. it is put on like other paint, made WITH LKAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY BKUBHKD OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TRY IT, And Ton Will Prove It to be the Rest Liquid Taint In the Market. JOHN LUCAH Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHIT LEAD, COLORS, VA11NISIIES, &c t57 For Bample Cards apply -to F. Morti mer, New BloomQold, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. JTEIGLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to HH AFFNER, ZIEGLER A CO., Importers and Dealers In " Hosiery, J loves, Iltbboiits Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. H. KENNEDY " WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHOLESALE GROCER...

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

8 Mysterious Plot In Ohio. A Columbus, O,, paper says, some weeks ago F. Cv Bossion, k lending olll r.en, president of tlie Commercial Bank, And ft man of largo wealth, received a letter written on a piece of coarse paper, ia a disguised hand, declaring that his wealth was more tjian enough for one man, and he ought to be willing to divide .1 portion of it among four poor men. The letter in blasphemous language de clared that unless he ooi) sen ted to give up $100,000 he would ba murdered. It then provided that in case Sessions acceded to this proposition, which the writer doclar td they did not doubt, he was to insert ft "'personal', iu a local paper, aigned with the four letter "II. E. D. 0.," and as a further earnost of his intontions he was to tell no one of tho letter, and was for ft given number of eveuings to walk certain apeoifled street. At first Mr. Sessions thought the Utter the vaporing of some lunatio, but finally held oonsultatioo with leading citizens, among them Will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

srjeji r 11 , t ill rrt i i yj r wmsm fc-" S f Jfm . 'it.- ' a( .j ;iv VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, T?JL., TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1881. NQU& itn n m ' mum a wm rip u unitiw THE TIMES. In Independent Family newspaper, It PUBUII1D ITIKT TOIIDA1 BT F. MORTIMER & 00. TEHMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. tl.5 PER YEAR, POSTAISE FREE, ge CT9. F.OR MOJITHS. To subscribers Msldln In tuts corNTT, where we hsve ne postage to pay. a discount of 25 cents from the abnve terms will be made If payment Is aade la advance. V Advertising rates furnished upon appllca tlo. The Missing Watch. FRANKLIN COULTER, a dry goods clerk, joined as a private, odc of the first New York regiments that volun teered for the suppression of the Rebel lion. In the course of service he won the rank of second lieutenant, then of first lieutenant, and finally a' brevet captaincy. Toward the close of the war his regiment was encamped at a small village in Virginia, guarding a depot of supplies. It was an easy and pleasant service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., Al'ltlL 12, 188L Ted's Account of New Year's. A Goo 8tory Well Told. pY-THE-WAY," Bald Mr. Bamuel J) Ologg, ' I have ft letter from little Ted. It'a quite a heavy one, you tee, for a chap of ten ; but I can't make out suoh a mass of scrawl. Here mamma, suppose you read It." Before Mrs. Gloss could reach out her hand, Uncle Joe, Mr. Gloss' bachelor brother, Interfered with, " Let me have the boy's letter; I always did like that young scamp of yours." After smiling at the down hill ten dency of the superscription, Uncle Joe soon became absorbed over the pages that began in text hand, oontlnued in spider tracks, and at last rose to the dignity of hieroglyphics. The Gloss family, tired out after the holiday season, were having a domestic evening in the dining room. The library, artlatlcally'hung In old Spanish leather, lacked the embellishments that grow out of daily use; aud oppressed one like a great bronae extinguisher; the long drawing-room, the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00M FIELD, PA., A PHIL 12, 188L RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ABHANAEMENT OP rA88ENOEHTRAIN8 NOVEMUEK 15th, 1889. , Trains Lcare llnrrisbnrg as Follews : Kor New York via Allentown, at S.05 ft. m. and 1.4S p. m. . Kor New Vork via riilladolphh. and "Bsund Brook Itoute," i.t.0, .5 a. m. and 1.4ft p. m. For Philadelphia, at MM, I.OS, (through oar), 9.50 a. in., 1.4ft and 4. (Hi p. in. . Kor Heading, at t). 00, s.uo, 9.50 a. m 1.45,4.00, ml 8.0 p. in. . t , Kor Pottsvllle. at e.00, I.OS, 9.50 a. m. and 4.(4 p. m., and via ricbuvlkill and Husquehanna Branch at 4.40 p. in. For Auburn, at 6.3n a. in. For Allentown, at 6.00, 8.06, .0a. m., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. . , The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for lew Voik, via Alleulown. 8UNDAVH i For Allentotan and Way Stations, at 6 00 a. in. For Heading, I'lilldehiphla, uud WayMtatlons, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave for llarrlsburg as Follows I Leave New York via Alleutown, 8.45 a, m , 1.00 and 5 3U p. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELD, PA. AP1UL 12. 1881. 'THE TIMES. eta IiloomfteldtpHl 12, 1881. NOTICK TO ADVKUTISEU8. Bo Out orBtfrootypn will hstnaerted In this paper anlrai llKlit f aut muA uu mtiL bane. WTwnty per rout. In tti of r"Hlr ratiw.wlll .beobarxtdCoratlvartiaeineuM act In luublr(Jolumii. Mr. J. Ft. BA1R8, Newrsier Adert1stniJ A n't., 41 Park How. (Times Hulkllns), New York, is au thorized to contract fr advertisements lor tliw paper at our bast rate. NOTICB TO HDIIHC'RIBEKM. I.ttnli at (ha flviirM nn tha label nf vnnr itanar IhoarltKarratell you lliff ilaxe In which your nli. prlptlon ! valil. Within s weeka after tauney la ant, aaa ir ma ai data la obawttd. No other reoelpt la naoeaaarr. Tile vote rejecting the Fund lug bill to fund the Tennessee sffitate debt at one .hundred, end three per cent. Interest, . has been reconBlderedand the bill passed . by the Senate. It has now the signature . of the Qovernortnd is a law. An exchange soys that Leadville Col has six theaters, s...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

, ' THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. APRIL 12. 1881. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. B. -MIDDLE DIVISION. On and ftr Mnnrtny, Jan. 17tU, MM, Passenger Trains will ruu loiiuwa , WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Mffl. J'ns Mill Aoo. Ci. Tr'u A.M. P.M. P V, .(H i.M 7.n t.w l ot t in it II. u l.bo I.N 11.44 4 7.47 11.88 .8 i.ti n.i'j .2i 7 16 II. Ill .lg t il 11.114 i 40 11.11 1.17 .o7. a.ut .i l.iu t:0 WaykMsllAro.Plts. I'HIKCIPAI STATIONS. i'lildclikuT lUrrmbui'Vi SHK II r III IT U II w A. M 7. 80 lit p.m. 10115 I P.M. P.M. 4. fti 4.MI I. It ' I.IHIi a.ou t.u 4u l m .37 ICI.CM) Mryllle. UUUOttDIIUUi Aqupduut Uslly's 1. 11 I 44 111 f.M 10.61 .M 6.11 80 11.19 IMI 11.11 1.00 ll.4 Won; l.M I. Hi NwM.rt MlllPTltOWD, S IK 861 iu i n i in Litwlntiiwu J. Huntingdon. Tyrone Altnolia, IU.46 11.18 I 16 i.W 4.40 II 71 7.4B i on iM lot IMTTBIURUM. r.M.IA. li.ir.lf.A.M.l Hr"PaHfl.cKipress Tfwl will stop It nmicsnnOH al 4 4o ami itt Nuwport at t.ll a. ui., wumi flavirtKl. . l4r(lnliiK WHt,tha Way Panafiiwr leave Harri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

0 Til K TIM KS, NKW HLOOMFIKU), 1A., APRIL 12, 1881. flic Slomnlklb Simts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Heart Disease. When an individual la reported to have died of disease of the heart, we Are la the habit of regarding It an an inevitable event, as something which could not have been foreseen or pre vented, and it Is too much the habit when persons suddenly fall down dead to report the heart as the cause; this silences all Inquiry and investigation, and saves the trouble and Inconvenience of a repulsive post-mortem. A truer report would have a tendency to save many lives. It is through a report of the heart that many an opium eater is let off into, the grave, which covers at once his folly and his crime ; the brandy drinker too, quietly elides around the corner thus, and is heard of no more ; in short this report of disease of the heart is the mantle of charity which the polite coroner and the sympathetic physician throw around the graves of genteel people. At a scientific congress at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW II LOOM FIELD, I'A., Al'JUL 12, 1881. Philadelphia Adrertlsement. ltoady Mixed Paints ! LUCAS' READY MIXED PAINTS ! .wowater.no chemicals, no benzine, BUT A PU11B Olli PAINT, READY FOR USE. IRiiiplo Cards, 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PALM BENT BY MAIL. . 1TIS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY BKUHHK)) OUT. NOT FLOWKU ON LIKE WATER PAINT T&rsr it, And Ton Will Prove it to be the Best Liquid Paint In the Market. JOHN LUCAS Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VAUNISHES, &c For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New Blooralleld, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to 8H AFFNEB, ZIEGLER St CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON & C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 April 1881

H An Exciting Scene. In a lot tor from Hannibal, Mo., Jacob S. Funk, n fbrmor resident of Duck county, tails the following : Uu the evening of the 4tli day of March, I was Heated in- car of a south-bound train of the Missouri, Kansas ncd Texas Railway, full ef men, women and children (join mostly to 1 exits, with nothing par ticular to attract our attention, everybody oppareutly busy with his own thought, utterly unconscious of any Impending danger or little dreaming of the terrible tragody so soon to follow. Just as the train was approaching Chotopa, a small town in southeastern Kansas, near tbe Hoe of the Iudlau Territory, a young desperado from Kentucky, also a passen ger, arose in bis seat, flourished a revolver, nod with unerring aim fired Ave shots Among tbe terror-stricken passengers. The first two shots struck an eld gray-haired man, several seats in front of me, iu tbe bead, killing bim almost instantly. Tbe third shot dangerously weuuded a young man from Illinois, while th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

PfllA I life i ' ,:l 8 T"E"t i r: Ti Ifi" I I . " "irOTV I f r-ft II II 1 1 I II I'll II II WffAlMVV i i m.iin.i i i 1 . r n . mm i i i i a b 1 r w i i b a ih a m m w &i or w a n rt i .nil r -a ii i r;; ii i hi n n i nk wimi- miwism i i i nil . . i in . inf a -t s r a is i w r. m i?.r "VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, lJi!L., TtJESDAY, VlPllIIi 10, 1881. NO. 10. THE TIMES. Ao tndependcut Family Newspaper, tSPUBUBOSDlVBR TUKBDAT BT F. MORTIMElt & (X). o INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. -91.30 1'IB YEAH, POST AH E FHF.E. fcO CTS. t'OU MONTHS. To U)orlher resldhiR In this cornTY, where we have no poataw to pay. a dlacotiHt of 25 cents from the abovn term will be made If payment Is . made in advance. Advertising ratei furnlshel upon appllca tlon. JORDAN, JTHE SCOUT. AMONG the many brave men who Lave taken part in this war whose dying embers are now being trodden out by a "poor white man" none, perhaps, have done more service to the country, or won less glory for themselves, than the "poor whites,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELDi PA., APJULIO, 1881. have Hie value of liln life to the utmost farthing. Meanwhile, the horgemen crowded around the foot-print, and one of them Inadvertently trod upon It. The Ken tuohlan looked long and earnestly, but at last he ald : "'Taint the track. Thetar' mar' ha a sand-crack on her right fore foot. She didn't take kindly to a round shoe; bo the Yank, he gqv her one with the cork right In the middle o' the quarter. 'Twas a darued smart contrivance; fur you see, It eased the strain, and let the nag go nimble as a squirrel. The cork ha'n't yere ta'n't her track an' we're wastln' time In looklu'." The cork was not there, because the trooper's tread had obliterated It. Read er, let us thank him for that one good step, If he never took another; for It Raved the scout, and, may be saved Kentucky. When the scout returned that way, he halted abreast of that tree, and examined the ground about it. .Right there, in the roafl, was the mare's track, with the pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

THE TIMES. NEW BLOOM FIELD. PA.. AVItlL 19, 1881. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PABSENGEK TRAINS NOVEMHEK 15th, 18S0. Trains Leave llarrlsbnrg as Follows : For Now York vlu Allentown, at 1.95 a. m. and 1.4.') p. m. . . For New York via rhlladelplHta. and "Beund Brook Route," tt.to, S.ti5 a. m : and I.4S p. m. For Philadelphia, at .tiO, 8.U6, (through car), O.SOa. in.. 1.4," am! 4.0u p. in. ..,. For Reading, at 6.00, S.Oo. S.60a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and 8,Up. in. . , . ... .A .. - . n An a A. a xn a m atirt A lift ror roUHVIIIO. HI. o.u, P."v m 1.11,1 hcinivlklll and Busfluehanna Iraneh at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn, at ft.SU a. in. ror Allentown, at tj.uu, s.uo, .uv. ., 1.00 p. in. , . , . The 8.05 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains hare t hrough cars for iNew York, via Allentown. SUNDAYtti For Allentown and Way Stations, at 6 00 a. m. For Heading, l'hildelauhla, and Way Stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leare for Harrlsburg as Follows t Leave New fork via Allentown, 8 45 a. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 April 1881

TIIK TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIKII), l'A A I'M 1. 10, 1881. THE TIMES. Jfew Bloom field, April 19,1881. NOTICK TO AnVKllTISKItH. No Out nr Hrotyi wlllhttnaorlM liitbls air .ulaaallKht face and on metal bane. ITmntrpwMiiil, In ( of rwulsr rates, will baohanred for advertisement if tin Double Uolninn. Mr. J. IT. Bit its, Newspaper Advertising As't,, 11 Park How. (Times Hullilln), New York. -thorlr.ed to contract for advertisements for this paper at our best rat. NOTICK TO HUHHt'KIBERH. I, noli at the Swire on tlie label of vour iaper. ISneellirnrentell you the Hme In which yam-ail h .ri ll.llool.pnl J. Wlllilii week. .Iter innney Is nt, see If lb data la ohanired. No other receipt la neoesaary. On last Monday morning the Steam er, Erastus Corning, having on board about 100 passengers, was discovered to be on Are, when about 40 miles out from New York. The passengers Joined the crew iu fighting the flames and succeed ed in putting out the fire in about an hour, thus preventing a sad loss of li...

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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