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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

'ji'.ji ;;!r'HiiniNi:iiii!iiliiiiiijiiininillj' t.J I r I. U VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1881. NO. 21. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISniDaVBUY TUK8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. TE11MS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $1.50 rr.u veaii, rosxAJi: titi:i:. so errs, fou 6 months. To RClMerlbara reldlnn In Tnis county, where we liave no poitnsn to pv. a discount of 2 cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made la advance. ' Advertising ratal furnished upon appllca Hon. Miss Higgin's Man. FOR thirty years Miss Higglus bud looked under the bed every night and had never found a man there, yet -still she looked. Whether it was fear that impelled that deathlike research or a fatality that was beckoning her to her fate, I know not. It would Seem, how ever, to be the former, for she had often been heard to observe ; " That of all the abominations on earth, a man was the most abominable." Indeed, at the informal tea drinking of the allied forces of Chest...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELI) TA., JUNE 14, 4881. A Lawyer's Story. . fTUI K fi1 lowing glory .tolil by a lawyer, 1 shows the Unreliability of uiroiim utantiiil evlilente:, , V ; v ;,'Vi. One winter evening hbotit 8 o'clock in the early days of the war., In the ijulet little town of ..while iatrolUiR the streets to pick up stragglers froiii , the flmp on the outskirts - of the town, Corporal Julius Fry wits shot and kill ed by one of three men of bad character, who were In company and in open enmity with the soldiers. The men were arrested, committed to prison uud brought to trial at the next term of court, . Two of them were gamblers and desperadoes and supposed to have more than once had their hands stained In human blood. The third, whom I shall call Bhort, though bearing au unenvia ble reputation, was regarded as one unlikely to slay a fellow-man except under compulsion of circumstances. On account of the character of the men and the trouble they had already brought upon quiet, law-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

Tll'IllME8VVf riLOOMFIELl); vi: ' JuNEHiissi.1 : R A I L R OA D S PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. AHKANUBMENT OK FAS8ENOKHTKAIN8 May 29th, 1881. . Trains Leave llarrlsbnrgr as Follows I For New York via AUeutown. at 8.05 a. m. and,1.4S p. n. , , . For Now York vln Ptillndi'lplila ami "Bound Brook Houte," il.:W R.t'S n. in. and 1 . I-. m. For Philadelphia, ut tf.3i, 8.06, HA a. in.i 1.4 am! 4. On p. in. ., ... For Heading at WO, 0.30, 8.05. 9.50 a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.ot p. m. , , , , W.. Pttulil n S.Slt. 8 0V 0.50 a. 111. and 4.08 & . m and via Bdiuylklll and Htisquehanna ranch at 2. Ill p. in. For Animrn, hi. o.i" . in. ror Aiieiitown, at .zu, o tu 4.00 p. m. . . . .. . , . , The 8.05 a. m. and 1.43 p. m. trains have through cars for .New York, via Allentowu. SUNDAYS t ' For Allentowu and Way Station, at 9 2d a. 'in. For Heading, I'hlldelaplila, and Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave for Ilarrlsbnrtr as Follows i Leave New York via Allentowu. 8 so a. in.. 1.00 and 5.30 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

THE TIMES NEW BL00ME1EL1), PA., JUNE 14, 1881. THE TIMES. Ketv Blooihfleld, June 14, 1881. NOTIUK TO All VEUT18EU8. No Out or Stereotype wilt tin tmerted Intlili toper nutesa Unlit face and on metal base. Wr-Twsntv per will. In mrm of rea-nlar rates, will beolnriiedtoradvertlienieiite set In UuuliloUolumn. Mr. J. H. Batbs, Newspaper Advertising ArX (I Park Kow. (Times Biillilliiu), New York, in au thorized to contract for advertisements lor tills paper at our best rates. KOTH F. TO HIMIHCWIBERM. t,nK at the Its-urea on the laWel of ron' r"!'". Th)";. tell you I li rtnte to 1,1c). jr. at- ul sovlptlonl.linld. Within week! .Iter n iont, lee If the date U charmed. So other receipt la necessary. The Republican Convention at Cleve land renominated Cha. Foster for Gov ..ernor by acclamation. Heavy frosts did bad work In many places, on Monday and Tuesday nights of last week. Another of Vennor's pre dictions as to the weather, fulfilled. A A terriiile fire devastated Quebec ou Thursday nig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1KL1), TA.. JUNE 14. 1881. V V i HE TIMES. Iodkl Dcph.i(tiieit. PENNSYLVANIA B. K.- MIDDLI DIVISION. On und after Monday, Mny Trains will ruu luiiowt , WEHTWAMJ. ' 1B9I, ftmcnirer EABTWABD. Primdipal BTATION8. l'hliadeliilila, ITarrlabiiric, MaryavHIo, MITI. J'm Mill Tt'U Aoo. A.M. IMIKi urn r.u P.M. 7.HCI 7.118 be 4a .m :tl 6.10 i.40 1.17 .W 08 a.lU 7:90, l.mi Ounrfttiiiou, an VII la.ei: Afitiruuct 11. M lUlly's, Newport Mllleritowu, Kiiia.a a niliii.X'j I! 40 (J. is MllTIIll LeiYlstowu J., HuntlnKdou. 11. l II. la .o! a. Id rrrotie . Utoona riTTsnunuit. A.M. Uriel" Items. John Flunicle of live twp., hail one of his feet badly crushed by a log roll ing on it a few days ago. Mr. John Black of Oliver twp., has a Aolt that is only two years anu twenty. (two divys old that wefg Igus pounds. I .Charles Camber, of Duncannon while Xvorhinir at the shears in the rolling mill f on Tuesday night, had his thumb Imdyyj v manned. The horse of the rope walkers who visited th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

o4 0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1V PA U .JUNE I J,1 1881.' . Newport Advertisements, nuco. mm N EWPORT DRUGSTORE. ... , , , I ' ' ; y HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Swiss Farming. I have wondered If there are wicbawk. ward ways of doing things outside of Egypt as are practiced here. The farm, lug implements would he laughable If they were not moiiBtroun. Tubal t'aln certainly made better formed Bcythes than are used here. The axes are sim ply long sharp wedges with a hole near , the top, and a short, straight Btick in the hole for a handle. Hay forks are big and awkward, and twice as heavy as our stable forks. Grain Is ofteuer threshed with the old-fashioned Hall than otherwise. I wonder they do not ' tramp It with oxen. . It would be a slow er prooeHS, and how to be slow Is made a special duty here. The ploughs are the climax of agricultural monstrosities. They are great cumbersome things, made almost wholly of wood, with the beam mounted on two wooden wheels big enough for coal carts. My fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

7 i Philadelphia Advertisements. Heady-Mixed laints ! T V (J A 8 , JLj ' . . i v READY MIXED FAINTS t 0 WATER, NO CHEMICALS, KO BENZINE, BUT A TURK Oil. PAINT,;!; f ready rbrt.osE-li i BO BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .FAINT BENT BT MAIL. tTtu fiTT ON I IKE OTHER PAINT. MADE IT WITH II K4U ANUOIU VIZ: MOF.LY W1H111ISHKI) OUT. NOT FI.OWKD ON L1KK WA11SK PAINT ,; : Tire it, '';;; ' And Ion Will Prore It to be Hie Best Liquid Talut In the Market. JOHN LUCAS .te CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, ; VARNISHES, &c tW For Sample Cards apply to F. Mortl nner, New Uloomtleld, Pa., or to Jolin Lucas te Jo., Philadelphia. EIGLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to 8HAFFNEK, ZIEGLER A CO.. Importers and Dealers In IIoHlery, Oloves, llibbons, Nuspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every Tarlnty of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 38, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY TRIMBLE, BRITTON Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 June 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 14, 1881. Harnessing Horses three Abreast to Wagons. Tlie American Expregi Company has Introduced Into New York the system of harnessing used on the London omnibuses, by which three horses are harnessed In nearly the same way as we hnrness a team. The change has been made on two of the wagons as an experiment with very satis factory results. The wagons are sup plied with two poles Instead of one, and each of the three horses Is attaohed to a separate whiflletrce. This is found to be u decided improvement ovsr the system sometimes used of putting a horse in shafts and another at each side. The harnessing is practically the same as with two horses, with two poles instead of one. The exper iment is tried upou wagons that deliver goods In the upper part of the city, not only because the londs are frequently too heavy for two horses, but to enable the drivers to make up for lost time with in. croased rate of speed wheu from any cause they are delay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

Ttr, ochvftit '.V.V-"l V '.rt.: l !(,!! lOl.lilVi'IWHftlllUimilltlllllilllllflf VOL. XV. NISW IBLOOMKIELID, IJ.A., TUESDAY, JUNE 31, 1881. NO. 25. MRsSM sum ftiikfi THE TIMES. Au Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHBDaVBUT TUESDAT Bt P. MORTIMER & CO. TEltMS I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.50 run. v k ah, posTACjn rnnn. 80 C IS. FOll 0 MONTHS. To subscribers residing In Tnis county, where we have no postage to pav. n discount of 25 cents from the above tonus will be made If payment Is made lu advance. W Advertising rates furnished upon appllca tlon. A Mad Passenger. IN June, 1800, the brig Polly Deems, Captain Job Payson, sailed from Bos ton for a port In Turkey, luilen with cotton goods. She was a new, taut little vessel, with plenty of storage room, and had accommodations for two pas sengers. The crew consisted of the captain, mate, four sailors, a black cook, and a cabin-boy. Captain Payson was a conscientious, just man who treated his crew neither to jokes nor grog, but who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

Si- THE TIMES NEW llLOOMFlELl), PA., JtJNE 21, 1881 The Forged Bank Note. CONCLUDED. " A LAS! how true It is that uo one X. cbii tell what a day way bring forth! Before those few months had elapsed Dlbden had got hold of their secret. Of course he stormed and raved -the more, as he felt his power was vbblng fust. He tried persuasion, re. proache7 threats but to no" purpose; Ueorge's determination was flsed, and the anger of hi employer knew uo bound. "At this Juncture a circumstance oc curred which completely changed the aspect of afliilrs. One day, Immediate ly after an interview with Dlbden, and while Oeorge was still a good deal ex cited by what had passed between theiu, a stranger came up to the counter and asked to be favored with change for a ten pound note. He was a reRpectable lookiug gentleman, well advanced iu years ; and as George was the only one of the clerks who happened to be in the counting house at the time, he attended to him. In the ofllce cash-box there were two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

r TILE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA.. JUNE 21. 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. A.RKANKEMENT OF P ABB ENG ENTRAINS May 29th, 1801. Trains Leave Ilarrlsbitrg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 8.08 a. m. nl 1,45 p. in. . , . For New Voik via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koine," H.W) R.t a. in. and 1 .43 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 0.3), 8.05, 11.50 a. 1-45 and 4.00 p. in. . . , .. For leading, at b.20, 6.30, 8.05. 9.50 a. m., 1.45, 4.1K, and fuw p. in. . . . KorPottsvllle. at r.fll. 8.05, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 &. m., and via ttclmylklll and Susquehanna ranch at2.4o p. m. For Auburn, at 8.10 a. in. For Allentown, at MIO, 8.05, S.oua. in., 145 aud ''The 'h'M a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for isew V'ork. via Allentown. SUNDAYS t For Allentown and Way Stations, at 5 20 a. m. For Heading, J'hlldelapliia, anil Way Stations, at 1.45 p. in. TraUia Lputc for Hanlsburg ns Follows t Leave Now York via Allentown, 8 16 a. m . 1.00 and 5 30 p. in. Leave New ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

TUB TIMES NEW DLOOMFIELV, l'A., JUNK 21, 1881. THE TIMES. Hew Bloontfletd, June 21, ISSt. NOTICK TO AIiVKIlTISKIlS. a Ho Out ormerei.type wlllbMnaiirted lu thla payer nle IlKht face anil oa metal baa. WTwantypereent. m eret of rrirtilar rajea, will toobarKadturadvertiaemeuta aetln DuiibleOuliiiuu. Mr. ,t. H. IU-iks, Nnwanapar Advertising Ag't., 11 l'ark Row. (Time Hiilltllii). New York, 1 au thorized la contract for advertisements tor till, paper at our best rates. KOTICR TO HIMISI'IIIBEB. I.anh at tho Ha-urea ou the laWel of your paper. ThnaetlKureatrll vninlie dme In mblrh ui" li ar. IpiUn Unnlrt. Within S twki alter ti""r afent, aee If the date U obanned. No other receipt lanaoeaaarv. The next annual meeting of the Penn sylvania Millers' State Association will be held in Pittsburgh during the time of the State Fair In September. The State Agricultural Society will allot a space of 50 feet by 170 feet with line shafting and motive power free for the display of machinery and mill s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

THE TIMES, NEW KL00MF1KL1), PA.. JUNE 21. 1881. 5 THE TIMES. NSYLVANIA ft. U.-J1IDDLK DIVISION. On atid after UonilHV. May Kill, last, Passenger rtns will run lutiuw. WHMTWAHD. CA8TWAHU. I MITI. J'nn Mill Aco. Ifii. Tr'u tUll I 1 H. p.m. p.m. I'l.lll' 1.HII 7.HH .mi l.uit 7.11H PS'J I2.H ,tn H.I4 I-J.44 I 4 mtMi.iiii t.Hll "SI ln.rj DIM m" la u ".in Mm ii ik .4ii H la a. 17 D.Kfi i.m P 117 D IM .ll 7:"0 A.U.U.U A.M. Msll t'r'li 7. BO aec, Tr'u Mtn.i is. HTAIlUNa. ji'lHiiiTpllililuT Harrlnliui-ic, Mryvilii DtiiH-iimou, Aiiue iluot Ully Ntwpnrt MllllTOtoWU, Minlli LewlKtnwu tl., Hunt lUKilul)., 'I' v i-rmn. . ll.sg SB r.n. A.M P.M r. w. i.m S.jCi 1411 . no sou i as, .' I ! 1.07 . ik; . ID 11.31 7. " il. 4n 1.9 I.IW: S.1 0.IK1 .ll H. 37 lli.lW IMS M.I I If. I. 66 .Ml r.H. 1.44 B.Bn 8.k-, B. If, 8 SI 4.111 t.m 7.01 1.45 IU.W! I. ml I M iitfUIUft 7.011 rrn'Hiii'Koii. I A.W.I A.M.I I Uriel Item. The llumberger, convicted of the murder of Daniel Troutman, have been ' granted 11 tiew trial....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

0 'THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, TA., JUNE 21, 1881. ?r . -M f is. fat HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. When to Cut Hay. It will noon lie lime to cut the curly crop of hay, Tliero lire n number of things to determine the proper time to do this work; first as to the feeding value of the hay. For this, as fur as quality Is concerned, there Is no doubt that the grass and clover should bo cut a triile before the period of full blossom. From this time on to near the end of blossoming, though there may be an Increase In the weight of the hay gath ered, Is of much poorer quality; the nutritive elements have not increased materially, but there Is a much Inrger per cent, of Indigestible woody fiber. Secondly, the value of the aftermath Is Increased by the early cutting, as It has ten or twenty days longer to grow. Thirdly, there Is a prnetlcal advantage In cutting the hay early, as It prolongs the buying season and permits of less hurry and therefore more enre In gath ering the crop. These poiuts apply...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

7 Philadelphia Adrortlsements. lloady Mixed Taints ! READY MIXED TAINTS ! inowater.no chemicals, no benzine, but a pure OH. PAINT, READ! FOB USE. Niimplo Onvls. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OP .PAINT BENT BT MAIL. nig ptiT ON I.IKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH I LEAD AND OIL. VIZ i NICELY BllUHHKl) OUT. NOT K LOWED ON LIK.K WATER PAINT TRY IX, And Too Will Prove it to be the Best Liquid Paint iu the Market. JOHN LUCAH Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OK Swiss and Imperial French Urecu, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VA11NISIIES, &c HT For Bample Cards apply to F. Mortl mer, Now Bloomllold, Pa., or lo John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. rpEIGLER & SWEARINGEN Successors to 8H AFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.. Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Nuspeiiders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety o TRIMMINGS FANCY GOODS, No. 36. North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH THIMBLE, BRITTON c. Co., WHOLESALE GllOCERS, No. 505 MARKET STLEET, PHILADELPHIA. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 June 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., JUNE 21, 1881. A Terrible Storm In Kansas. St. Louis, June 11. Additional partic ulars of tlio tornado in Kalians night be. fore last atitto that tho storm extended into Lyons county, tind did great riamnge to crops, buildings, fcuocs, &o., nil over that part of the country. The town of Anioricus, near Empo.la, is almost entirely destroyed, every building lu it being more or loss damaged. The United Presbyterian Church was literally torn to pieces and the Methodist church was blown from its foundation and almost totally destroyed. .Several bouses in Em poria were blown down and fences and other property seriously Injured. The north and east additions to the Htate Nor mal School were unroofed and the walls partly tern down. The wheat, just ready for harvest, aud other cops everywhere in the track of the storm wore either blown -away or boaten into tho ground by the bail, Immense quantity of which fell dur ing the storm. St. rAt'i-, Minn., .Tune 13...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

mmm mm m lllili:il!!;l!'!l,l'llillllllll1nillllimilHlllill!,,r 3 VOL. XV. NEW IJV., TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1881. NO. 20. THE TIMES. Ah Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.50 PER TK.VII, lOSTAii: mil:. SO CTS. I'Oll 6 MONTHS. To subscriber resldhiR In mis county, where we have mi postage to pay. a discount of 25 cell's from the above terms will be made If payment is made in advance. - Advertising ratal furnished upon appllca Hon. The Two Strange Dreams. ON the morning of August 4th, 18(14, Col. Hunt was much surprised by a footman coming in and saying : " If you please, sir, Simruons wishes to speak to you." " By all means," replied the Colonel, apparently surprised that Blmmons should make the request through the medium of the footman. " Tell him to !ome here an once." A few moments later came a hesitat ing knock, and it was not until Colonel Holt had twice shouted "Come In," that the door opened to admit the afores...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), l'A., JUNE 28, 1881. who tvns boliling Hie trrty in front of licr. A violent lit of shivering took possession of her as with llxed eyea she watched him leave the room; then, with a piercing scream, she started up, and, cntohlug hold of Colonel Holt's arm, cried, " Have tne, save me!" and fell hack fainting Into his arms. The usual confusion consequent on such an event ensued. " She must have air and quiet," said Colonel Holt; and begging his wife would summon Busan, he car rled the girl out of the room Into his study, where In time she recovered. " Oh, that face, the awful face of my dream!" she moaned, pressing her hands to her head. " My dear child, what has distressed you f Tell me what has made you 111 V" asked Colonel Holt. His wife had by this time returned to the drawing-room, leaving her husband and Susau with Effle. "Those dreadful eyes, that face," .was all she would say for some time. "Do you know what she means V" Colonel Holt asked Busan, who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE f2B, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. AllllANttKMKNT OF l'ASSENG KKTRAIN8 May 29th, 1881. Trains liPiive Harrlsbiirg Follow : For New York via Allentawu, at 8.03 a. m. ami 1.4") ). in. . ,. . For New Vork via I'IiIIhiIhIiiIiIh and "Bound Brook Route," if. .1(1 a, in. oiid 1.4.) p. in. For I'lilludelphiu, lit 0.3 , 8.0o, O.foa. in., 1.45 and 4.0H p. in. . . , ,. For KeudliiR, at 6.20, 0.30, 8.03, 9.80 a. m., 1.43, 4.00, ami 8.0H p. in. ForFottsvlllo. at f .20, 8.05, 0.W a.m. and 4.00 p. in., and via Mcliuvlklll and Htisqueliaiina Branch at 2.4 p. m. For Auburn, at 8.U1 a. in. For Alleiitowii.at6.ii0, 8 06, U 6 a. m., 1.48 and 4.00 p. in. , , The 8.03 a. m. and 1.43 p. m. trains have through cars lor .New lurk, via Alleiitowii. SUNDAYS t Fov Alli'iitown and Way Stations, at 3 20 a. m. For Heading, I'lilldelaphm, and Way stations,, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave Tor Harrlabnrg ns Follows t Leave NewYork via Alleiitnwn, 8 45 a. m . 1.00 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 June 1881

4-. THE TIMES. JS'ew Bloom field, June 28, 1881. NOriUK TO A I) VKItTIS KIIS. t Out orRtKrootypo wllllwlnaerted Idthla rapMr antaaa IlKtit f aae autl on metal base. VTwimtjr iwrmit. In mowut of rurnlnr rat", fceohanredtorailvertliieiiitmta aettn Wimble Ooluniii. Mr. J. H. Bates, Newiimpor Advertising Ag't., 11 Park How. (Times Btilldlwr), New York, is au thorized to contract for advertisements for tills paper at our best rates. NOTtf K TO (MtltXCHinF.il. I, noli at the ttirnrea on the lafcel of your paper. ThiMftlKurrstr! you I lie dute lo nlilcli yoiirenn- crliittnn tspnlil. Wllliln a wenkj alter money la ent, aie If the data la ohanned. No other reoelpt la aaoeMflarv. The New York Legislators get no pay from the State now and are presumed to pay their hotel bills out of their own pockets. Uepouts from almost every section of the country indicate that this year's crops will be up to the wonderful yield of the last two years. Governor Hoyt has vetoed the Judi cial Apportionment BUI ...

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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