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

VOL. XV. ISJ IS W BLOOMFIELD, IJ.A., TUESDAY, JULY It), 1881. NO. 29. THE TIMES. Au Independent Family Newspaper, II PUBLISHBDBVBRT TUBSDAT BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 1 TEHMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 PRIl TIO VII, PSTAiF. Fit EH. SO' CTS. FOlt O MONTHS. To suhHOiibprs reilillnR In thib cwnty, where we have no poitaae to pav. a discount of 25 rents from tlie anove terms will be made It payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished upon appllca tlon. An Exciting Adventure. A FEW years ago, wheu I was in the cattle business, I started out pf the little town of Cuero, Texas, on my return to Ban Antonio. Cuero was and is still a sort of headquarters for cow boys, and it bas been the scene of some of the bloodiest encounters ever wit nessed. It was there that two factions frequently met in the wretched, dirty streets, aud the minute they caught sight of each other they always began popping away with rifle or revolver. The most desperate villain counected with this crowd was...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 11), 1881. The Stolen Will. SOMB yai ago, I became acrtuxl ntctl villi ft Mr. Norval, a wenltliy nier olmiit, who resided In Vent Fortieth street. He wa9 a w idower, niul the only persons living with blin were two In number, niece and an only son. Mary Nerval, bis niece, was a lienull fill girl, about twenty years of nge when I first became hccjuhIhUmI with her. Had I not been mnrrled and jxtssewsed of the best wife In the world, Blie would have been Just the. woman I would have 'ho9en for a wife, for ber nut n nil iINpo. sltlou, the cultivation of her mind, and the amiability of her character, fully equalled her physical beauty. 8he bad ho won upou her uncle's heart that be loved ber better tlifiu be did bis own eon. This, however, tninht be account d for from the fact that Charles Norval was a most dissipated young man. He bad long ago exhausted bis father's all'ectiou for him by a dissolute life and was only permitted by sufl'erunctt to be tin...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

I'A.. JULY 10. 1881. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R. ARrtANvlKMENT OK lAN8ENG EH THAIN8 May 29th, 1881. Trains Leave Banishing an Follow : Kor Now York via Allmitowu, at 8.05 a. m. ami 1,43 p. in. , . Kor Ntnv York vl.i Philadelphia ami "Bound Brook Ittiute." it.Si M.n5 . in. ami !.-' P- Kor I'kllu.lHtplua, at tl.Si, S.06, W.5oa. in., 145 and 4.WI p. in. . . Kor lte.t(liii,nto.20, B.,1), 8.1)3. 9.50 a. in., 1.45, 4.0'), ami H.nw t. in. . , . Kor Pottsvllle. nt ..2i. 8. o.i. li.SO a. m. ami 4. no B. m nml via nelmylklll and 8miueliaiiiia rum-li ut 2.40 p. m. Kor Auburn, at. 8.10 a. lit. Kor Alleutuwii, atft.au, 8.0.i, U.ftua. in., l.luaud 4.00 p. mi. . . , ' The H.05 a. in. ami 1.43 p. m. train have through cars for .tew Voik, via Allenlown. SUNDAYS: For Allentown ami Way Stulloni, at S an a. in. Kor Ke.i.lint!, I'lilliteluphla, uml Way ntulions, at 1.46 p. in. Trains l.ruve lor UtUTisbtirg us Follows t t.eavo NewYork via Alleiittiwn, 8 to a. in . 1.00 ami f an p. n. I.eavrt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

4 THK TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 10, 1881. THE TIMES. JTew Jilootnfteld, July 19, 1881. NOTM K TO HIJtltlllF.KH. I,nnlt l the flunrcH on ths lnVtnl of your pai'r. ThointfurcBtHl you I lie tin lo In illicit your miiIi n lpllnn In pnlil. Wlllilu a week ulti'r inoiivy Is ant, (I'd ir tho dkta la changed. No other rooolpt la neoeaaarr. Mr. J. H. Bates, Newiinr AdvmtliliiR Aft't., It Park Knw.O'hiiP ItulWlliiK), Npw York, in au thorized to contnu't for advertisements fur this paper at our bent rates. NOTICK TO ADVKKT I8EK8. No Dill orHNTeotype will he Inaertnd lu this .aier otlleaa light face and nu metal bane. Latest From Washington. The condition of the President at nine o'clock a.m., Monday, was satisfactory to his physicians. They report him as progressing slowly and they think surely towards convalescence, though they do not call him as yet out of danger, and It will be several weeks before all dauger will be passed. Pulse this morning, 88; temperature, 081 ; respiration, 18. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA It. K. HICELE DIVISION. On nnrf nftrr Monday, May Trait-it will run umu , WKHTWAKD. Hth, IBM, Tmienper EA8TWAIUI. Mffl. J'm M.tll Aco. Ex. Tt'u A.M. P.M. P.M. I'M I. Ml T.8II .tl l.ttfl 1. U8 US la. 62 6.t0 12.44 4 Hi! 111. 83 :,! ftiUa.aj am 40 12.18 . 10 8.00 ll ll 6.40 11.18 6.17 t.tA a. 62 9.07 8 OS a. 16 .w A.M.lA.M A.M. XVy iMnll, Vrn. rit.,i rHi i-r'nlxi-'u. ti.. 1'llIHOIfAL HXA'l'lONll. 19.n1 T.mi H.sr. A. M. I P.M. P. V.'P.H. S.Oi) 8. (HI 5. HI 1U.M . '22 a i!r 6 21! 1 I'lilludelplila, Harrlsburir, .1 iiryHvllli'i UlltK'HTItlUll, Mil! 8.8 6.41 o. f.SSl 41 .ni a.iw ft.47 j ' I, Ailinllll!t It,: I : Daily 's H7 II la Newport d.47 8 . 15 1 n in il 31 Mlllerntowu, lu.lW! K.tl 7.UII 11.49, Mltriln, I0.4H 4.10 ,lll.l Lewistiiwll J. I il. 1 m $.oj l.l;i llnntliiKilon. 1.15' 7.1I! 1.63 Tyrone, I.Ml 7.45 jAItoou S.IM Ml!' ! 7.00 r.M.U.M.IP.M. A.M.I NTTSUl'KUII. ft frVPsrltlc Express West will Itnp at iHllf'ntimm At 4 4S and at Newport t 6.07 ft. in., when t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

0 TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA , JULY 19, 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. A Dead Horse, lu France, when a horse: lias reached the flge of -0 or !)0, It Is designed Tor a chemical factory ; It Is first relieved of its hair, which serves to stuff cushions and saddles; then It Is skinned; the hoofs serve to inuke combs. Next the carcass Is placed lu a cylinder and cook ed by steam, at a pressure of three at mospheres ; a cock Is opened, which al lows the grease to run off; then the re mains are cut up,, the leg bones are sold to make knife handles, etc., and the coarser of the ribs, the head, etc., are converted into animal black aud glue. The first are calcined In cylinders, and the vapors when condensed form jthe chief source of carbonate of ammonia, which constitutes the base of nearly all . ammonlcal salts. There Is an animal oil yielded which makes a capital Insect icide aud vermifuge. To make glue, the bones are dissolved in muriatic acid, which takes away the phosphate of lime,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

7 Philadelphia Advertisement. BROVN'3 L'hiliulelphlA Advertisements. lloady Mixed Paints ! TUCAS" HEADY MIXED PAINTS ! nowater.no chemicals, no benzine, BUT A rUHE Oil, 'FAINT, READY FOB USE. 00 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAINT BENT BY MAIL, trm PtIT ONMKE other paint, made WITI1 I i!k1 AN1) OIL. VIZ: NIOELK BllUMliKl)OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TRY IT, And Ion Will Frtm It to be the Hest Liquid Paint in the Market. JOHN LUCAH Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c tW For Bampie Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New Bloomlield, Pa., or to John Lucas & Uo., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Successors to 8H AFFNEK, ZIEGLER ft CO.. Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, 31oves, Itibbons, Susjemler, TUBE A DS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. .w. H. KENNEDY trimblKbritton ft Co., WHOLES ,E GROCERS, No. 50) MARKET BTLEET, P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW li LOOM FIELD, PA., JULY 111, 1881. Kansas' Mammoth Cave. The discovery f tits cave was marie nbout n month uliioe. Thotiinn Comity be Ug only cimmly nettled, the discovery wns nooidontal nud miulo while following a wounded wolf, who took refuse, tliero, mid finding a hwiinn skull and other bono, from which the flcmh hud long elnoe been removed, at Its entrance. The diROOveror, supposing it to be t wolf's dun, obtained the assistance of Mr. Hamilton, who hap tpened to be in the vicinity, and the owner of the land, and the three, wall armed and carrying a lantern, proceeded to the spot nt the base of a high bluff, and pushing asldo the umloi brush found at) opoultig lit the ground, irregular lu shape and about three feet In diamotor. Into this opoiilng the patty cautiously proceeded on !!:sir hands and knees a distance of throo or four feet, when tho passage-way, enlarging in every direction, permitted them to nsnume an erect position, and they found them selves In an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

Of 11 W" v :,! fl S ft VOL. XV. INJSW liLOOMKIlSLlD, TUESDAY, JULY (l, 1881. NO. 30. 41 IK . fflS Hi? THE TIMES. An ti impendent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLISH BDBVBRYTUBSDAT BY F. MOltTIMEll & CO. TKltMH i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fi.so im:r vi'AH, rovruji: riu:r.. so cts. ron MONTHS. To sv.hwrlbsr retlillnn In Tnis roitHTV, whore we linvo no pushicH to pnv. n ill-n'miHt of SM rents from the nlmve terms will be iniule If payment Is inmle lu advance. 'Advertising r;Ui furnished upon nppllea tlou. A dtory for Boys. ACKUTAIN young mastllf being near dog's estate, his master Judg ed best to trial and shorten Ills ears. This the mastill thought hard, and complained accordingly. But a9 he grew older and met dogs of various tem pers, he was often obliged to light for himself and his rights : then his Bhort ears gave great advantage, for they fur nished no hold for his euetnles' teeth, while the long-eared dogs, whom he hail formerly envied, came from the fray torn ami suffering. "Aha!'' s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

2 THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1EL1), VA ., JULY 20, 1681. A Startling Adventure. K "nOBlNSON, the bos wants you I" JLY " The dickens he does !" thought I, for Mr. Dickson, Odessa agent of Bailey & Co., corn merchants, was a bit of a Tartar, as I had learned to my cost. " What's the row Dow ?" I demanded of my fellow clerk ; "lias he got scent of our NicolaiefT escapade, or what Is It ?" "No Idea," said Gregory; "the old boy seems iu a good enough humor; some business matter, probably. Hut don't keep blni waiting." Bo, summing up an air of injured Innocence, to bo teady for all contingencies, I marched into the lion's den. Mr. Llckson was standing before the fire In a liritou's time-honored attitude and motioned me Into a chair in front of him. "Mr. Robinson," he said, "I have great confidence in your discretion and common sense. The follies of youth will break out, but I think that you have a sterling foundation to your char udfcr underlying any superficial levity. I bowed. "I believe,"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, lA.. JULY 20, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. AttltAXUEMKNT OF PA19ENGIEKTKAIN8 June 27th, 1881. Trains Leave Hnrrlsbiug ns Follow : For New York via Alloiitowii, at 8.05 . m. 1.4 and 4.i'l . m. . , , For New VorK via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koute," ti.Ki) 8.11ft a. in. mid l.4i"ip. til. For Philadelphia, lit 0.3J, 8.06, ll.aoa. III., 1.4) nin! 4.IW p. in. ... For Utt.illiiH.At 8.20,0.80, 8.05. 9.50 A. m 1.4o, 4.01), mid h.iiw n. in. . , For IMtlsvlllc. at. '.20, B.05, .S0 a. m. A nit 4.00 p. in., and via richiiylklll nnd Kusciuehanna Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn, at B.ld A. in. , For Allentowu, at 6..W, B.U;. 6ua. m., 1.4a aud 1.00 p. HI. ... , The n.0i a. ill. and 1.43 p. m. trains have through ears for 'ew York, via Allentowu. SUNDAYS) : For Allentowu and Way Million, a! 5 20 a. in. For heading, l'hlldelnpliia, and Way Millions, atl.4& p. in. Trains Lenvo for Ilanisbtirg as Follows t Leave NewYnik via Allentowu, 5.L0 and 0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

4-. THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JULY 20, 1881. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, July 26, 1881. nnncR to hiiusiuiiif.k. I.nnltat the Kiiri- on the label of v onr in"i ThoiiprtKiirKtPll yon tltn ilute In n-lilrn ynitt'ul rtiptloi) In Itntil. Wltliln B week alter money II nt, if tbo date la okaiwea. No other reeolpt it neooaaarv. NOTICE TO AtlVBUTISKKlS. Wo Cut nrStorfotyi-i will hutnaerttd lu thla caper Bnleaa llirht face and ou mttal base. WTwentr per oenMn ! of regular rate", will rjeobanwlforadvertUementa act In Double Oolumu. Waiikeu Miller, elected as U. 8. Senator from New York, was during the war a private In the 5th N. Y. Cavalry. A MAX named Win. Stevenson, resld lng near Pittsburgh, while trying to control an Insane daughter, on Wednes day last, was kicked by her bo forcibly In the breast that he died almost Instantly. A dispatch received on Sunday even ing says : A large fire Is at this time raging In Clearfield, and the danger of further spreading Is so great that the Tyrone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

G v THE TIMES. .. . . f . PENNSYLVANIA S. S.-1IIDDLE DIVISION. On nifl nrtor Monday, Mny Htu, 1881, rncnifr Trftliift will run an loilim. , WE8TWAIID. EASTWARD. Wy I M nil , A re. ,Piti.i i Piukcifai. f'RB Lr'u Tr'ui ttx. Btationh. Mfll.ii'niiM.ill Aco. Ex. ti'u 13. mi 7. SO ".3! j P.W.P.K. 6.10 10.23 .ffl 6 41 10.83 ft. 47 , 6.6; 6.07 IMS . 19 11.21 7.00 IMS' I3.0; l.in I 1.6.1 i 3.Jii 7.041 Philadelphia, Ifiarrlsbuor, .MaryRvllle, iDnnramiou, ' Anuetluct iliaily'H Newport MllllTKlOWU, .mi n nil Lnwlntnwil J. UiuitliiKiiim. Tyroue, Aitnoua, 5. Bo A. M P.M. P.M. 7.IKI 7.08 t.tt ii 8. HI 8.33 8.10 1.40 1.17 8.63 I. 3.8i a. ini 3.00 lll.M 1. 8.1 P.M. 3.31 S.3 i.u 3.6ii s.wi sir, 8.61 4.3 0 HM'I 1.091 33 12.62' .4U 14 14.44 t.m i; 13.811 noiiia.aa M 40 13.12 S.0011.S1 0.37 111 IM I II. 4(1 It. 13 9. OS 7.01' 7.46 9.6i 9.07 8.16: 1.16 1.65 S.ISO 116 I'MTSIll'ltUII. P.M.IA.M. P.M. A.M. A.M.IA.M 1A.M. fWI'arllU'Ktprrni WeM will atop at Oiinrannon at 4 48 anil at N import at J.tli a. m., w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA , JULY 20, 1881. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Drying Cherries Cherry Pudding. Now that the cherries nre ripening, do not let housekeepers forget, amid the hurry of canning, to dry a few lu sugar for plea and steamed pudding, for which they are excellent In the spring when one la troubled to get up avarlety, or something new and toothsome, for the table. Take out the pits, and spread the fruit evenly on . platters or plates. If very Juicy, turn over them only part of the Juice. Hprlnkle liberally with white sugar, and set in the oven, or about the stove, where they will dry quickly, but be careful not to scorch, as this Injuries the flavor; In fact, utterly ruins the fruit. When partially dry, loosen from the plates and stir occasionally. When fully dried, pack In bowls or small jars, and tie paper over the top to keep out insects and dust. A little sugar may be sprinkled between the layers, although, if the fruit is well dried, this is not im portant. To ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

THE TIMES, NEW 1.L00MFIKL1), PA., JULY 20, 181. rtillalelh hi Adrertlsemenls. Jloady Mixed Taints ! TUCAS HEADY MIXED PAINTS ! nowatek.no chemicals, no benzine, BUT A PUR Olli IAIBTT. HEADY FOR USE. Namplo Cards. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF tFAlST BENT BY MAIL. IT IS PUT ON LIKE other paint, made WITH LKAI AND OIL. VIZ: NICELY BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TRY IX, And Yon Will Frove II to be the Rest Liquid l'alut In the Market. JOHN IAJCA.S Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTUKEUS OF Swiss and Imperial French Ureen, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c jgr For Bamplo Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New Bloomtleld, l'a., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Successors to SHAFFNER.ZIEGLER&CO.. Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, CSloves, Ilibbous, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Stroet. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHOLESAL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 26 July 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA., JUL? 20, 1881. Sugar Refining The Extent of the Business In Boston. The tnt ul sugar leflnltiR oporntions of the live refliii'rios iu Rostou are about 10,000, 000 pounds porwock, imdor ordinary cir cumstances, Tbls quantity cannot be es timated at a value of less than 17(10,000, nd probably would reach nenrer $300,000. The Herald of that city says ! Tbore are but few of the trades and Industries of the city which rench larger proportions, and jot, to the geueral mind, the business does not convey the idea of great magnitude, aud it is KOtiernlly supposed that by the -combined operations of a few men, the eu. tire trade onu be controlled. This Is a mis taken notion. Perhaps there Is no single trade requiring more actual activity to keep it within the bounds of the capital In volved. Suppose, for example, a decline of only oue-elhth of a cont per pound on the production for a slnglj week. It means the loss of 512,500 to tho refiners of this city alon...

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

if ,. M. W V 'hf t.? ..-,fJ '"MiiiiiiiHmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiBiiiiif 1. J. u j, r VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIEID, IJA.M TUESDAY, AUGUSTS, 1881. NO. 31. t THE TIMES. .An Independent Family Newspaper, tSFUBLISnSDHVIRTTUBSDATBT F. MORTIMER & CO. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. JI.50 Plvll VI; Alt, POftTAMI Hil l.. HO CT.1. I OII 6 iraOKTIIN. To subscribers residing In Tnm rounTr. where wo have no pislan to 1V. a discount ' 2. rents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished upon appllea tlon. The Doctor's Midnight Adventure. I AM a doctor, a busy, professional man, whose time i9 money; when ever, therefore, I can nave it, I do. Many and many a night have I passed in the train, counting the hours thus gained as a miner doe9 hi9 gold. Upon this point, unfortunately, my little wife and I do not agree ; but It is, I think, the only point upon which we do not. Eight hours in a comfortless 'railroad com partment, wrapped up in your plaid like a snake in its ...

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

THE TIMKJ NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 2, 1881. THE HIDDEN MONEY. IT vm the thlr.J of May, a brilliant Bprlng tlay, with tbe JunquilU and tlalTotlllg all In Mossom, the great white peonies, bursting llk balls of snow through their green calyxes, and the grass on the upland pastures as toft arid dellcately-tluted as velvet; aud even poor Mrs. Crofton, wearied and over worked though she was, felt something of the sweet Kprlng Influences pass Into her soul, as she stood on the door sill, buttering a bake-pan for the Baturday loaf of ralHln-cake. . "It's u lovely day 1" said Mrs. Crofton. "And somehow the smell o' them daffy, downdlllles reminds me of when I was a girl. Dear, dearl how time flies, t6 be sure I But there's a touch of chill in the air, all the same ; and I doubt if it's safe for Uncle Malachl to hit out much longer. Aud she went, bake-pan and all, uround the corner of the house, to the paved space In front of the south wing, where, In a wooden arm-chair, sat a lit tle old ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 August 1881

THE TIMES. NEW BLOOM F1KLH. PA.. AUGUST 2. 1881. HAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANrtEMKNT OF PASSE NO EK TRAINS June 27th, 1881. Trains l.euvo Hairlslmrg as Follows : For New York via Allentown, at 8.05 a. m. 1.4") ml 4 I'D p. in. . , For New York via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Route." n.i R.uiS k. in. niul l.4Sp. m. Kor Philadelphia, Ikt 0.3J, 8.06, tf.5oa. m., 1.45 and 4.Wi p. in. For Reading, at 0.20, 0.30, 8.05, 9.50 ft. 111., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.IW p. in. , . . For fottsvllle. nt 5.20, 8.05, P.TO ft. m. and 4.00 &. m., and via Hchuvlklll and Husiiuehniina ranch at IM p. m. hor Auburn, at B.lu a. m. For Allentown, at 6.2U, 8.0a, .5ua. in., 1.46 and 'The' "'.05 a. m. and 1.46 pi m. trains have through cars Tor New York, via Allentowu. SUNDAYS : For Allentown and Way (nations, at 5.20 a. in. For Heading, I'lilldclaphla, and Way citations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave for Han Isburg as Follows t Leave NewYork via Allentown, 5.S0 and 9 00 a. m.. I.iki mid p. in. Le...

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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THK TIMES NEW BL00MFIKL1), PA., AUGUST 2, 1881. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, August , tSSl. NOTICR TO HI) list' It 1 II K KM. I.noli lit the Itoirn nn tlie lVl of vmir .npnr. I'honenmiri'Ktell you the dntr in which oiiimi terlntlaiiUimlit. Within a week itr iinmejr ! ent, oe If th ilte l obsnRed. No other receipt unecess&rr. NOTICK TO AIIVKHTIDrKS. Ho fill or Stereotype will helnnerted Inthls antra llirht lci and on meUI burnt. WTwntv per pent, innrfs of reuilv rte.wlll twwn tor.rtvwtlwm.nt.1 ttn DonhleOolmnn. TiiE Democratic State Committee will meet fit Bolton's Hotel, Harrlsbutg, ou Wednesday, August 10, to fix the date of tbe State convention. Justice Cliffobd of the U. S. Supreme Court died at his residence iu Maine on the Mth nit. He had been quite feeble for some months and his death was expected. Judge Ho ah of Mass., seems to be troubled about the severe treatment Oulteau Is receiving, by his close con finement. Most people will think Mr. Hoars sympathy Is wasted. We bel...

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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