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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

W -- - -". I. A !;i;IM, ; ' . .1: ft VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMPIELD, IJA.., TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1881. NO. 19. "ajr V THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBUSHBDHVBRY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TKltMH I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.SO VFAl YIOAll, POSTAGE Fltr.r. 80 CTSi Kill 0 MONTHS. To si:borlbrs residing In Tim county, where we have no pnstne to pav. a discoiiHt of 21 cents from the above tonns will be made If payment la made In advance. ' Advertising rate furnished upon appllca t Ion. geledt Toetfv TYPE PICTURES. LOOK ON THIS PICTl'ltE: 7i fl ( . There Is a land of tears and bitter walling, A land most like that drear one Dante knew. Where wan-faced Niobus.wlthdark robes trailing In sad procession move, brow bound with rue. It Is aland peopled by witless mortals Compared with them the Virgins five were wise- And it Is writ above Us gloomy portals: "We Did Not Think It Paid To Advertise." AND NOW LOOK ON THIS: There Is a land that flows with milk and honeys Not the Condensed...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

2 THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., MAY 10, 1881, the tangled mass of lialr flying about her fuco. ' Now for the ferns," snld Deli, after reallng fur a few minutes. And oir she ran, now gathering a fine fernjUiid now rejecting it for a finer fine, and going Into transports of delight over each new discovery. " What beautiful moss on that old log!" suddenly exclaimed Deb. "I'll have some of it !" And oir she ran toward the log, and was kneeling clown beside It, when, without a moment's warning, except a faint crackling of breaking logs, down went Deb, disappearing so suddenly and noiselessly from mortal view that the ground seemed to have opened and swallowed her up, which it really had ione, since she had fallen into an opeii ing in the earth, which had been made years before by some parties who were prospecting for coal on the bind', and the logs and boards with which they had eovered the treacherous hole had become so decayed and rotten,and withal so moss-grown, that they hid from ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIKLD. PA., -MAY 10, 1881. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARKANtf EMENT OK PA8SENGEKTKAIN8 NOVEMBER 15th, 1880. Trains Leave llnrrlsburg as Fallows : For New York via Allentown, at 8.05 a. m. ami 1.4ft i. in. tor New Vork vlu Philadelphia anil "Bound Brook Itoute," H.tu, t.sj t, in. and l.4. p. m. 1-or Philadelphia, at U.liu, .(), (tliiouijli ear), 9.50 a. in., l.4.'i inn! 4.uu p. m. For Heading, at 6.UU, 8 06, 9.(0 a. In., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.0H p. in. ForPottsvllle. at 6.00, 8.(V, 9.50 a. in. nnd 4.06 p. m., and via ttchiiylklll nml titisquehantia Branch at 2.4(1 p. in. tor Aubn.n, at b.W a. in. For Alleutowu,at6.u, 8.05, .6ua.m., 1.45 and 1.00 p. m. The 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars (or .New Vork, via Allentown. SUNDAYS : For Allentown and Way Stations, nt I) on a. m. For Heading, Phlldelaphiii, uud Way titatlens, atl.45 p. in. Trains Leare for Hurrisbiirg as Follows I Leave NewYork via Allentowu, S i5 a. m . l.OO and 6.30 p. in. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

THE TIMES NEW HL00MFIEL1), l'A., MAY 10, 1881. THE TIMES. Kew Bloom field, May 10, 1881. NOTICK TO ADVBltTISKKS. no Out of8tfrotvr wllHwlrmirt In Mils iwpcr nlM Unlit f toe ind on lueUI be. WTwentyproMit. luficcm of rrjrultr rslM. will btobtrxfdlortdvcrtnemputii let In DoiililoOoliiinii. Mr. J. H. Baies, Newpnper Advertising An't, fl Tark Row. (Times Bullillnii), New Vnik, is au thorized to contract for advertisements lor this paper at our bent rates. Last week forty-four Mormon apos tles left New York for Europe to sow the seeds of their doctrlue and lu due course of tle will bring back a harvest of deluded followers. The Pennsylvania State Teachers' Association will hold Its nest meeting at Washington, In the western part of the State, July Oth, 27th and 28th. Arrangements are In progress to make this one of the largest and most success ful meetings that has been held. President Garfield recently sent to the Senate a message withdrawing all the New York nominations made In the int...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

THE TIMES. NEW H LOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 10, 1881. 5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ami ftr Monday, Jan. 17th, KM, tumtm Traina will niu Miomift., WESTWAUU. EASTWARD. Mffl. J'na Mll Aoo. Ex. It'll 'B 80 l.M. P.M. P. If COO 1.30 1.90 8f Lull t.W H I; I3.ii 6.NI 8 0J 12 44 4.1 7.4; I ia. us .w is.w i t.l '18.11 8.10 SlttillUI B.40 II 12 1.17 D.U 8.6'J 8.07 8.1 a. It l.ao 7:o All AM A.M. pRiitniPAb Fui l'r'u Tr'u Kx. 19.80 7-SO P.M. oo .m i ax . .Philadelphia, lu ii llarrUbnrn, j Maryaville, Aqueduct 1 II. il v'm A. M. P.M. I. no I.M in .65 III! 8.BI 9.0fl (.82 4.411 I.4W .M Hi in, ?Mi .114: I. Ill 8.61 4. JO B (IV 7.01 7.45 1 m Nawpnlt n ji ' Mllleratowu, B 6" li.oa ll.4 i. is 1.65 B.W 109 Lewiatnwn J., I. la Huntingdon.. I.U Tyrone S.ao Altooua .Mi l:4j I 7.00 'nTTSUiiltUll. rwPaHHrEiprei West will atop at Uttueannou at 4 4and at Nouportnt5.il a. m.. when lt,MWPd. iar-4ihiit WiiHt. tli Way I'amienicer leave Barrla baric Dally the other train Dally except Sunday. Fant ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 10, 1881. ht Sloomfieltr S-imcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GRDEtf . The Law of Division Fences. The fourth annual report of the Penn sylvanla Hoard of Agriculture will con tain a valuable article on "Farm Fences and Ways Over the Farm," au advance copy of which has been received through the courtesy of Thomas J. Edge, secre tary of the Btnte Board. It goes Into the legal aspect of the case very thor oughly, and gives the former and exist ing legislation on this subject. There Is a good deal of confusion In the minds of the average agriculturalists as to his individual rights and his duties towards his neighbors. Partition fences are expressly provid ed for by a statute passed March 11, 1842, which provides "that when any persons Bhall improve lands adjacent to each other, or when any person shall enclose any lands adjoining anotbr's land already fenced in, so that any part of the first person's fence becomes the partition fence between them, in both these ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW KL00MF1EL1), PA., MAY 10, 181. Philadelphia Advertisements. Ready Mixed Taints ! u o a s ' KEADY MIXED TAINTS ! nowateb.no chemicals, no benzine, but a pure Off. PAINT, READY F 0 U USE. 80 DEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .rAlST BENT BT MAIL. IT IS TUT ONMKR OTIIER PAINT. MADK WITH LEAD AND OIL. VIZ: NICELY BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATEH PAINT TRY IX, And You Will TroYe II to bo the Heat Liquid Faint lu the Market. JOHN LUCAS Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French (Jrecn, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VAIINISIIES, &c tST For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now Blooinlleld, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to BH AFFNEU, ZIEOLEB & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, CJIoves, Ribbons, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, N o.3fl, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, ERITTON & Co., WHOLESALE GRO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 May 1881

8 TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIEM), PA., MAY 10. 1881. Swallows a Lizard. l'otor Lemon, of IIIIO Atwalvr street, Detroit la ilia victim of n most distressing accident and suiter untold agony or body mid mind. Two jenis 110 lie awnllowod n lizard in n glass of wntor, and tlio animal 1ms llveil ntid nourished In Ills stomach, growing to large (linionsloiiR, mid entailing great itiiaory on the pro'i ietor of lila tttrniige abode. Mr. Lemon in now 00 years of ago, and lias dwindled from 17.1 pounds (his weight, at the time of the rtcoldnnt) to 78 pounds. lie now looks like n living sktileioii. lie 1ms tried all known means to get rid of his tormentor, without success, and now expects death to relieve him. The lizard can be felt with tho baud just below the libs and above the loins, and w lion taken hold of can be heard to squeak or cry. A. system of poisoning has latterly boeu resorted to of killing it, but it con tinues to thrive. It circulates about the Htomacb, causing Mr. Lenien great pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

v.wu"iiM.:itt m. 1 IK.W Mi fi'.l( i 0' ' ill 11 W St.: , .;:,.T -,M&,iM,teWL, illliMilltllililillhlllllilllillHIililllillillllilllllllillUlf. VOL. XV. THE TIMES. Ai Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBU3HBD BVERT TUBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEHMS I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ft. 30 peii ti:aii, posTAtiH Fit rn. SO ITS. FOIl mourns. To subscribers residing In rnis couhty. where we have no postage to pay, a rilsnniiHt at ifi cents from tlin above terms will be made l( payment Is made In advance. Advertising ratsi furnished upon appllca tlon. geledt Poetry. .TWO JOURNEYS. "I goon a Journey fur a way," He said-and he stooped and kissed me then "Over the ocean for many a day uuoa-uye, ana ne Kissea me once again. Rut nnlv ft fnw abnrt ninnt.Tn. boil flpH. j - . - 1 Whan again I answered my husband's kiss i "I could not tarry away," he said) " There Ib never a land as fair as this." Again I stood by my husband's side. " I go on a Journey, sweet, to-day ) Over the river the boatmen gl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

THE TIMES NEW H LOOM FIELD, 1A , MAY .17, 1881. The Surprised Father. HOWAllD MMI'SON and Loralne Blips, two young men of great lull niacy and of dissipated hablta, were on the M ay to a gambling saloon, wbeie the night previous they had won consider able, and on passing a churoh, the doors of which were open, paused a moment by the steps peering In out of Idle curiosity, just as the minister was giv ing out his text "As ye sow, so shall ye reap." " V'v are not farmer, so we do not sow anything to reap," said Howard, the older and more profligate of the two; but Loralne looked thoughtful, and kept silent as they walked along toward the . place of their night's debauch. And often during the Jubilant gayety of the revelers that passage, "As ye sow, so shall ye reap," Hashed Into his mind. " It Is as my good mother tells me," thought he ; "we must sull'er for every evil deed done In the body, and my deed9 are constantly evil. But from this night I will do differently. I will not be cau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

THE TIM KS. XKW R LOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY 17. 1881. ii RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANtiKMKNT UK PAHSKKGEHTKAIN8 NOVEMBeITioIIi, 1880. Trains heave llirrlnbitig ns Fellows : For New York vlit Allentown, at 8. OS a. m. and 1.4ft p. im. For New Vork via Philadelphia ami "Bound BlOOk KoiltB," . -II, H.rvft K. 10. HU(I l.4.i p. m. For Plitluilolplila, ut U.mi, s.Od, (throntjli car), 9.50 a. m 1.4ft and 4. (id p. m. For KeadliiK,at6.uO, s Uo, .!0a. m., 1.45,4.00, anil B.lWp. lo. KorPottsvillo. ftt6.no. .tn, 9.50 a. in. and 4.09 p. in., ami via buhiiylklll and Miisqiiehaiina Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn, at b.3( a. In. For Alleutowu.ate.oo, S.Od, U.dua. in., 1.4ft and I.VOp. in. The H.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. in. trains have through can for .Sew Vork, via Allentown. BUNDAYH : For Allentown and Way Stations, at 6 00 a. in. F'or Un.i.ling, I'liildelaphia, and Way Mtatlons, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave fur Harrlsuiirg us Follows i Leave NewVork via Atlentowii, S i5 a. m . 1.0(1 aud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

THE TIMES NEW ltLOOMFIELl), l'A., MAY 17, 1881. THE TIMES. ITew Bloom field, May 17, 1SS1. NOTICE TO AOVKIIT18KIIS. No Cut or Mterntyim will ho Ininrtrd lotlili irr nleas llicbt fsc anil uu metal bans. WTwonty prr cult, in mn of rmn!r rtc, will b ehartrd for ailvortlaemeuta atlu iioubloOoUimu. Mr. J. H. IUtes, Newspaper AdverthlnR A;'t., 41 Park How, (Times BiiHdlnc). New York, in au thorized to contract for advertisements tor tills paper at our best rates. NOTICE TO Wl'USCRIBERH. IjOoIc at tho nffnrtn on Hie label or vrnir papor. ThuRctlKiirrnti)) you t ho rintetn which fourNiili aprlpttou Iff pnH. Wllblu 8 weoka after mniiy la aont, aea If tho data la changed. No other receipt la oooeaHarr. Stanley Matthews was confirmed to bean Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, on the 18th Inst., by a majority of one vote in the Senate. The President has withdrawn the nomination of V. A. M. Grler as third Asst. P. M. General, as Mr. Grler de clines the office. He seems to be look lug higher...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY 17. 1881. 5 THE TIMES. L(0&il Depif Urgent. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIDDLH DIVISION. tin irter Monday, May Htb, lssl, Pawnger Trains will run iuiiu , WK8TWAKI). KA8TWARD. WyiMBl),Apo..Flt.. tina i'r'u Vr'n Hx.l I I'lllNClFAL HTATIONB. IfnTladelphlaT Harrlaburir. Marytivllle, Mm.i.I'n:t.ill Aco. Ex. Il'r'u 19.80 7-ao 8.SS P.H. 10.36 I 10.81 6 Su A. If P. If . V. 6. no 5X1 Hi .W 1.6' I. US ill 7.01) A U. p.v. 1.M 7. 0 I. HI 4.1 n.:a .!l HID 6.4H 1.17 .U .0S . 1.00 .4i a. oo ltl.IKi P. II I. Mi a .yi Si.Hl 1.191 n il la.tsl 1.88 .Duucanuou, 1 1 Aqueduct,.... : liKlly'B iN'vwport Utllerstowu, .Mifflin , I.ewifltnwu J. Huntingdon. Tyrone, I Altnoua :lTrrSl)UK(ill. 8.4S urn a. 44 s.iuv 8.1(4 tf.01) 13.44 i 13. J 41 13.83 3- 13.13 tl.W II. lit VII (tin 11.19 11.31 II. 4!) la.on 1.13 I ..VI i.as; 1.16 .M lu.on (IMS is.lt I. it I.W 4.1 u 11.13 6.05 7.01 7.46 a. 16 I.M 17.1X1 7!-!0 r.M.iA.w. p.m. .w A.M. I A.U A.M. rwraelllc Express itmi will slop at umicit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

V I 0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 17, 1881. 1 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. A Foolish Mistake Don't make the mistake of confouuil ltiff a remedy of acknowledged merit with the numerous quack medicines that are now so common. We speak, from experience when we gay that Park er's dinger Tonic Is a RterliiiK health restorative and will do all that is claim ed for it. We have used it ourselves with the happiest results for ltheumn tlsm and when worn out ly overwork. Bee advertisement. IN 1m Wicked For Clergymen. Rev. , of Washington, D. C, writes: "I believe it to he all wrong and even wicked for clergymen or other public men to be led in to giving testi monials to quack doctors or vile stud's called medicines, but when a really meritorious article made of valuable remedies known to all, that all physi cians use and trust in daily, we should freely commend it. I therefore cheer fully and heartily commend Hop Hit ters for the good they have done me and my friends, firmly believing they...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW ItLOOMFIELl), PA., MAY 17, 181. L'hilniielphia Advertisements. Ready Mixed Paints ! JUCAS' HEADY MIXED PAINTS ! NO WATEIt, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE, BUT A PUKE OIL PAINT, HEADY FOR USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF JPA1ST BENT BY MAIL. JTIfl PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LKAU AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY . BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATEK PAINT TRY IT, Anil yon Will Trove It to be the Dest Liquid Taint lu the Market. JOHN LUCAH At CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c IS" For Sample Cards apply to F. Mortl mer, New Bloomlleld, Pa., or to John Lucas Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' Successors to HHAFFNEK, ZIEGLEB & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, lltbbons, 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, BEIT TON & Co.. WHOLESALE GROCERS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 17 May 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), l'A., MAY 17, 1881. Peter Lemcn's Lizard. Tlie Detroit A'cwa of the 10th Inst., snys Peter Lemon's lizard is not clo.nl after nil. A Ac ten reporter nlio called tlilg aftornoun found Hint the old man was vory 111) nnd had been confined to Ills bed Tor tovoral days. On Monday afternoon (t. W. Hoop tbo botniilo doctor who cured Mrs. Solinlto of Iter lizard, gave rtonio of bin powders to Lemon, but before using them Lemon thought be would try what effect Halt -would have upon the creature, no be swal lowed a large amount of raw salt, the re sult being that be is utterly prostrated aud somewhat delirious to day. Thinking be would uot recover, somebody sent for father Laporte, who called this afternoon mid found Letneu in the condition above deicribed. The articles published in the Aetcs about Xemcn's lizard have been copied in other papers and spread broadcast all over the Uuited States. When the scribe called yesterday be was shown about forty letters and po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

NO. 21. THE TIMES. Aa Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUnUBBBDIVBRT TUBSDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TEHMH l INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $1.50 VF.n w.xn, rosTAon fiikk. 80 CTS. FOIl 0 MONTHS. To subscribers residing In this rotjurv, where we have no pontine to pay. a illwmiHt of 25 rents from the above terms will be made If payment la made In advance. 1 Advertising rates furnished upon appllca 4lou. DON'T SLAM THE GATE. Now Harry, pray, don't laugh at me, But when you go bo late, I wUh you would be careful, dear, To never slam the gale. For Beasle listens every night, And so does leasing Kate, To tell roe next day what o'clock They beard you Blam the gate. 'Twas nearly ten, last night, you know, But now 'tis very late (We've talked about bq many things) O, do not slam tbo gate. For all the neighbors hearing It Will say our future fata We've been discussing, bo I beg You will not slam the gate. For though It Is all very true, I wUh that they would wait To canvass our affairs until Well p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

Til K TBlES NEW H LOOM FIELD, l'A., MAY 21, 1881. The Disappointed Heirs. pr.NEUAL SIDNEY was In tnauy VJ rpppvots a Blngulur old nmn ; luit for nil this lie was noble, tiue-lieurteii and generous. Though only flfty-flve, he lias survived lila wife and three children Kiid whs alone lu the world, unless two rival nephews, who were contending for the hundred thousand the Ueueral had to leave, when he died, might be regard ed as the companions of his pilgrimage. They ferKlnly were very devoted to him, and everything which friends vould do for Ills comfort except love and esteem lilm. The existence of a hundred thousand dollars Is a sad damper upon any feeling of disinterestedness which pious heirs desire to exhibit. John Bidney and .losepli Boyles no doubt tried to be ills interested In their devotion to their rich uncle, and If he had been a poor man they might have found it quite easy to be so. They were cousins, and both members of the same church. If they tried to love each other, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

THE TIM KS. NKVV R LOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY 21, 1881. '6 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R AKUANtfKMHNT OK PAHHBMJ KK TK AINB N0VEMBKU15tli, 1880. Trains heare HarriHbiirg an Fellows : Kor New Yolk vk Allentnwn, t I.OS . m. and 1.4! p. in. Kor Mew Viirk via PhlLidelphln and "Bound BrooK Itiiuta," h.i'O. rt. -5 n. in. mid I.4S l. m. Km- riilindelplna, lit il. hi, i.o.), (Uirutwh cur), 9.5(1 a. in.. 1.4,') Mini 4.IKI p. in. Kor KeadliiK,atll.UU, llt'i. IVMIll. m., 1.4A, 4.00, and H.tMp. ni. Kor fottsville. at. fi.00. t.tt 9MI a. in. and 4.00 . ni., and via bclmylklll ami thisiurlianiia irnnoh ut 2.40 p. in. Kor Auburn, at h.3U a. m. Kor Alleutowu.atO.Uu, 8. OS, U.uua. m., 1.46 and 1.00 p. HI. The a.os n. in. and 1.45 p. m, train have through oars for New Yoik.vla Allentowu. SUNDAYH t For Allentnwn and Way Htallons, ut tl 00 a. in. Kor Reading, l'lilhleliiplila, and Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Tralus Lt-nre fur JlaiThUiirg iih Follows I Leave NewYork via Alleiilowu, g 5 a. in . 1.00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 24 May 1881

4 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAY 21, 1881. THE TIMES. Jfew UloomflcUl, 'May 24, 18S1. NOTICK TO ADVEHTIHKHM. H Cut or Rtcrpntypn will b Innerteit Inthli iir oImb light foe and on mMftl bM. iVTwenty pfr pnit. In !(" of rrimUr nlm, will boharnd(urilveriinieuU ictln LiuiibleUoiuinu. Mr: J. n. Baiks, Newspaper AdvertlsliiR Aii't., 41 Park Row. (Times Htilhlfnir), New Yolk, in au thorized to oontrnnt Ir advertisements for this paper at our best rates. NOTICE TO HUIIMCKIHERi. I.ooli t th Kiirr nn the lukfl pf rnnr luiwr. rhoncrtKiirfiitell vnu ilin dnielo n-hlrh joiiinl. Hfnipllnnlnpnld. Within i wtjckB lter luoucy li out, tee It til Ut ! chunted. No other receipt Is necessarr. Col. Tiios. A. Scott formerly presi dent of the P. It. It., died at bis resi dence on Saturday last. All the engines on the road and the different stations will be draped In mourning. His death resulted from a paralytic Bhock. The revised New Testament Is now In force, several hundred thousand copies having bee...

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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