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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

oo rj u -.. VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, P., TUESDAY, AXTGrTJST 23, 18B1. NO. 31. THE TIMES. Au Independent Family newspaper, 18 PUBUSIIBDIVKal TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. TE1MIH INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $1.50 rioa YKAlt, POSTAME Br" IS I : i SO m.FIIII 6 MONTHS. To subscriber residing In this couhty. where we have no postage to uv. ft discount at 2S. cents from the above terms will be made it payment Is made lu advance. Advertlslns ratal furnished upon appllca Ion. THE MISSING JEWELS. THE Baroness Rukavina Eltz was the most splendid and dasblug person age In the Er Valley. Her castle near Somlyo was the finest specimen of agreat residence In all that shadow of the Er Mellek, and she, Roumanian by birth and a Hungarian by marriage, seemed to unite all the brilliant characteristics of both these picturesque races. She was a widow to begin with, and since the animal man has speculated upon the varieties of the angel woman, a widow has been pronounced the most amiable variety of the spe...

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. — 23 August 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., AUGUST 23, 1881. THE MYSTERIOUS ROOM. I AM not superstitions. I tuny have a soft place In my head, like the great er part of man and woman kind, but I am not so weak aa to believe In witch craft, or In omens, or In warnings. I never did believe In them,nor in dreams (generally speaking), though as to these latter phenomena I will not speak posi tively, reasons which I could glve,but I shall not Just now. Nor do I believe In apparitions, most of which may be easi ly acounted for by the state of the seer's health, or lila nerves, or by the state of the atmosphere, or a hundred other cir cumstances. Hut I will say, without fear of contradiction from any reasona ble person, that noma things are quite unaccountable, though they cannot either be denied or explained away. For example, noises 1 Dreadfully un accountable are the noises that a person, sitting up late at night, and alone, "and when a' the weary world to rest are gone," may hear In some houses. ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

Til 15 TIM KS, NKW IU,00MFIKL1), PA.. AUGUST 2.5. 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R. AKIt AN H E M K N T OF P A19 B NU R K TKAIN8 June 27th, I80I. Trains liCiivo llurrlsburg an Follow For New York via Allentown, at 8.U3 . in. l.4k and 4 HI ii. in. Km- Nmv York vln riilluili'lplilH mill "Hoitud Brook lliintii," H.nA fi. in. nnil l.4.r i. in. Kur I'lillaititlpliia, lit, (1.8), 8. (16, tt.ftuB. III., 1.4. nml 4.00 p. in. "... Kor KihIIiir, at o.'ill, 0.31), S.0.1, D.SOlt. in., 1.4. 4.01), ami h.oh p. in, . , , For I'otlsvlllfl. lit. .2t, R.0.1, B.lifl n. Ml. and 4.00 P. in., Hint via tieluiylklll nml rlusiiuchanua Hranoh lit 2.4o p. in. For Auburn, nr. 8.10 a. in. Fur AlUiiitown, lit 5.20, g.oa, tf.faia. m., 14ft and 4.IHI . hi. . ... The h.05 a. m. nml 1.45 p. m. train liave through cms for .ew link, via Allimtown. HUNDAYH I For Allciitown anil Wny Millions, al, ft 20 a. m. For hemiing, I'hlldelapliia, anil Way (Millions, at 1.4S p. in. Trains lii-nre for llarrlsliurg its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

4: THE TIMKS, NEW BL00MF1ELI), PA., AUGUST 23. 18811 THE TIMES: New llloom field, Augustus, 1HS1, MITICK TO HUltmlllllKK. I.noli lit thn nViiri-n nn ths iKbnl of yiitir iir.-TBnm-ilKiirrh'M vim I lip lime tit mIiIi-Ii ymti-Ml-wiliulnii Iim1iI. Wllliln u wike mti'i- iimiii-y l tent, It luu tint it ulianKed. No iitlior riwelpl Unoci'imarv. NOTICK TO AlVVKItTISRKS. ' No Oul nrMloiTiilj ii will he Innortod III Hill ''f onloiM itctti fmio mid mi metal bn tWTwentjr iH-reent. In mcmm of reKUinf rati, will beohawil nirailvortlnenifiilii otln DimlileOolmiin. Mr. ,t. It. Bair, Newspaper Advnitlslng Att't., 41 Park Kow, (Times Bulltllng), New York, is ail thnrl7.nl to contract tor advertisements for this pnper t, our best rates. A disastrous Finn occurred at Fox burg, Pa., at mi early liour on Wednes day morning. A large part of the bus Iness portion of the town was burned. - l A jiohse In Savannah was much sur prised the other day by the lightning knocking off Ills front shoes without doing a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

TUB TIMES. NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 23, 1881. 5 THE TIMES. Io&i1 t)cpu'tincrt. ?ENN3TLVAMIA R. B.-VIIDDLE DIVISION. On mill nftor Mouilny, May IHth, 18BI, l'aaMWwtr i mmp win r nil iuiiuw, , EASTWAnn. Miri. J'ih Mill Aoc. Ex. Tr'u s.aii AM. P.M. P.M. KM' I.SlI t.lMl IOiU! l.ll'.l I. IKI 19. tt! S.fcO K.I4 Id. 44 8 At dim is. nil 8 81 la. a-.' i "411 la. 13 8.1(1 ft.UO 11.81 8.40 n. 12 e.i; 9. So M P. 117 8 .113 H.I8 I.Bi 7:"0 A.M. A.M .A.M. Way, Hull,. Plt.,i fr'n I'r'ui I 1'lttNfllPAL HTAT1URH. II. Ml an j l'lilUdeliihlit, lli.as 'rtsrrlilmru, ! J VI iir vh vlll. A.M P.M. 8.00 8.31 1.81 D.44 i.m .V HIM 8 III 4.gl d.uv 7. Ill 1.4ISI P.M. t.lKI t.at 8.41 i.Oll 1.4(1 10.83 Uummnmiu, Aqurditut Ilmly'n Newport, Mlllcrfltuwii, Mi in in I.PWlHtllWU J. HilntliiKdrin. 1.41 B.U'J .tl K.'Jt lu.iw I0.4K ':! 1.65 n.47i 8.81 8.T It ID 7. Wl 11.18 11.81 IHO IJ.UK l.llii I yrone. J.ail.iA.llnoua,, e mi i:ti j t un httbiiuiiuii. .M.IA.M.P.M.A.M..I twr-aelnc flitpreM Wpt will ntni bi tiniicH...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA., AUGUST 2a, 1881. mrs. uoia i riKum, of link, hiss., Newport Advertisements. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Terms. Aa there la often a mixing up of the use of teruue uaeil by breeders, the follow. lug from a iimniml ou cattle, may serve to give our renders a proper Idea as to their meaning : A Ureal is a race, class or klud of anl inal',havlng certain peculiarities of form and other characteristics different from others of the same family. Thoroughbred animals are those which have been bred In a direct line sufficiently long to establish a llxed type, which they have the power of transmitting with uniformity to their offspring. I ull-Jilood. In Kentucky the results of the sixth cross are called full-blond. This should not be confounded with thoroughbred, as an animal that Is full blooded Is only ((3-05 of the blood of the thoroughbred used in the cross. Thus the first cross of a thoiouubred bull ou a "native" cow produces a half-bred the next cross of a th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Iloady Mixed Paints ! JUCAS' READY MIXED PAINTS ! WOWATEtt.NO CHEMICALS, NO BKNZINK, BUT A PURK Oil,. FAINT, READY FOB USE. Siunplo Om,i1. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF ;PA1ST BENT BY MAIL. 4TIB PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD ANDUIL. VIZ: NICELY BKUHUKl) OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATER PAINT TRY IT, And Ion Will Prore It to be the Hest Liquid l'alnt in tho Market. JOHN LUCAH Ac CO., . Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Green, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c t3 For Bample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now Bloomlleld, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. 2EIGLER & SWEARINGEN' . Successors to 8HAFFNER, ZIEGLER & 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 TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 505 MARKET STLEET, PHILADELP...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 August 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A., AUGUST 23, 1881. Rat-Killing Extraordinary. The most extraordinary rat killing match probably ever witnessed In tliiolty smc'iired in the rear of the KibtU district liolloe station recently. There Id a slaugh ter bonne adjoining it on the east. The, ruts had burrowed beneath the sidewalk from the slaughter house Into the cellar of The station and thence found their way iuto the building, defying the able-bodied tom-cats and boldly Invading the lodging rooms and nibbling the toes of the slum beiers. The butohur, whose establishment was the banqueting IihII for the rodents, -decided to dig up his pavement, 1111 up the rat boles and repave, When the lairs . "were uncovered and the subteraneau pas sages, in numbers sufllciently labyrinthean to satisfy a dozen Sylvanus Cobbs, were opened up, a stream rf rats poured forth. The butcher, with the quickness of a terri er, snatched rat after rat as they ran from -the holes and dashed them against the brick wall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

XT !- i.-i ..U ., - J VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 3?., TUESDAY, AUGUBT30, 1881. NO. 35. Trtl nHffl ?0 f IW H III' Hi mX&QC&0- THE TIMES. Au Independent Family Newspaper, IB rUBUSnlDHVBRY TUB8DAT BI F. MORTIMER & 00. TEH MS I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 1 1.50 PER TEAR, POSTAGE I It EE. 80 CTS. II)H 6 MONTHS. To subscribers residing In this couwtt, where we have no postuRe to pav. a dlscouHt of 25 cents from the above terms will be made II payment Is made In advance. Advertising rates furnished upon appllca tion. 3eledt VoQtfy. HIDING FROM PAPA. Papa's lost his baby ! Bearches everywhere, Under chairs and tables With the greatest care ! Pulls aside the cnrtaln, Peeps behind the door ! Never sees the little heap Curled up on the floor ; Never hears that whisper, Mamma don't you tell !" Nor the little laughter, Muffled, like a bell ! . Off he scraropers wildly, Hunting here and there, Overturning everything With the greatest care. Canary had a visit, Bitting on his perch t Mamma's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. AUGUST. 30, 1881. THE MYSTERIOUS ROOM. ( ONC I,l IKI. THE 'squire paid, " If It had not been for the what shall I call It V-obstl. uacy Y resolution V firmness V of rny old friend, hete, who would persist in bleeping In that unlucky room last night, and the fortunate circumstance of Mr. Bradley's being here you certainly would never have heard, fmm me at least, Buy account of the mystery which has so long perplexed me. I must begin by telling you, that to the best of my knowledge, flint room was never slept lu but twice since I was born, and I am more than forty years old. You heard what the mnjor said respecting mir old housekeeper. She and her, husband lived here In my grandfather's time, they grew old In the service, and died within a few weeks of one another. On the day that the old woman was burled, as I was returning from the funeral, I overheard something which, it appear ed to me,was spoken purposely for me to hear, though it was addressed by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA.. AUGUST 30, 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. AflR AN(1 EM ENT OF PASSBNGKBTHAIN8 June 27lh, 1881. Trains Lrare Harrlsbiirg as Follows : Knr Nw York via Allentown, at 8.05 ft. m. 1.4 mid 4 Ml) p. in. For New Vork via Philadelphia ami "Bound Brook Kiintn," ti.M R.n5 a. in. and 1.45 p. in. Kor I'lillailulphia, at 0.3J, D.05, U.Sba. in.. 1.45 and 4. (Hi p. in. For KadlnK, at 5.20, (1.30, 8.05, 0.50ft. m., 1.45, 4.0U, and tl.tw p. in. For f ottsvlhe. at f.20, n.O'i, 9.M) ft. m. and 4.00 . in., and via Holmy lkill nud HuHquiilmnna ranch at 2.4H p.m. lor Auburn, lit 8.10 a. in. For Allentown, at 6.tfU, 8.06, H.Mia. m., 1.45 and 1.00 p. Ml. The 8.05 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for ew York, via- Allentuwu. SUNDAYS f For AllHiitown mid Wav Station, a' 5 20 a. m. Knr Heading, rtilldelaphla, and Way Stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leave fur llnrrlsbttrg ns Follows I teave NewYork via Alleutuwn, fUO and 0 00 a. in . l.oo h nd f'....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. AUOUST 30, 1881. THE TIMES. New Jiloomfteld, AugutSO, 1SSI. KIITICR TO MVIIMl-ltlltKRM. t ank t th flnnrm on tho lWH of innr cai'ir. TnoArttKUrplell you III tin (ft In tvlilrlt ynttr nl wrlpllnll la all. Wllliln 9 weekt altrr money la tent, It lb iUt ! chinned. No oilier rxreli'l NOTICK TO AIIVKIITISKUH. nn ll.it nrHtrrrntyiw will lie (nl"rln III thin "r ttnlPM MkIiI Ihpw and on inalal bw. STwiintjri-rvnl. in noma "f rmrilUr ralea, will baeharirFiidiriMlvertlaFnirnta etlu DimliloOiilnmn. Mr. J. H. JKi eh, New'paiwr Advflrthtn Aft't... Park How.(TIiiim Kullriliiir), Nw York, m thorlzed to contract Tor aitvmllaemmiU lor this paper at our bust rates. A letter from Ohio, 111., Bays that no rain lias fallen there since early In July and corn 1b of little account. Oats though good In thestraw Is very light. Corn Is selling at 55 to 67. Hands have been scarce and inany farmers have de landed upon the self binding machines. Pork, live weight sells at 6( "c. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 30, 1881. 5 TIMES. FtNNSTLVANIA ft. ft.- MIDDLI DIVISION. On uttil after Monday, May Traina will ritu aa lull!. , WRSTwAntl. Wh, Imi. FaMentter THE CARTWAnO. MITI. J'ru Mill Aoo. Ex. Tr'u tan A at. r.M. r.M. I". iK' 1. mi 7.W1 I. (HI .( On 19.63 Ml f 14 19.44 4rt X 18 la.WI .9 M ll.a 2J 4il ig.l'j H.ltf B.IW II. m 40 11.19 1.17 .S6 .M B 117 19 8. 16 I.W 7r' A.M. A.M A.M. Way iWkH, Are., Pita. ,i pMKCirAL Faan Ir'n rr'ni a,i. stations. 19 BO T-WI .95, r. H.'r.H. Philadelphia, HarrlxhiirK, A. M. 1.00 l.4il r.M. a rul Si iaHi iMarvavlll.. tM 4I fOMi!VK,n,l"u Ms H.tj 'II 17 I D IM lll.4ll .44 .47 1 Auufduoi a.M Mr ""'": a in ii7 ll l Newport t. in l.ji!Mllprl(iwu, Ml '.) 6.(16; 7. Ill 7.46 I. wi II miitii iia.im' ' l.ewiatnwn J., I 1.1:1, fliiMtltiKduu.. i.Mi Tyrone J. Jo I Altnoua iir.ii 1.1S 1.66 .Kn rim rrn'sniiKiiii. r r.M.IA.M.ir.M.IA.H.II F PaiHtlr fCprr West will stop (t I llRnnuull l 4 4S ami ill Nmv.'ort al&.IU a. UJ. wlimi llniofeft....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

0 THE TIM KS NEW BLOOM VI KM ), PA., AUGUST SO, 1881. bc fjloomfitlir flints. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. When and How to Cut Tobacco. A LrtncRster county tobucoo miser ' sends us the following : There nre farmers In Terry county who have not followed tobacco growing for ninny years. To enable such tu understand the best methods to grow, house and cure, It Is proper that the experienced grower should give his experience, and the leBS experienced Bhould rend and learn. THE TEST OK ltll'ENEK. In from two to three weeks after. It has been topped the tobacco plant beghiB to ripen. The change that then occurs In the plant Is very marked and not to be mistaken, even by an observant novice. The uniform green color of the leaves Is no longer mantalned. They assume a mottled or spotted appearnuce. These spots are not always alike In color, but are by turns yellowish, reddish and brownish. They are dlscernable at a considerable distance from the plant. The upper leaves should also have ex panded ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MFIEL1), PA.,' AUGUST 30, 1881. fnllailelphta Advertisements. Ready Mixed Taints ! JUCAS' READY MIXED PAINTS ! howateb.no chemicals, ho benzine, but a pukb Oil PAINT, READY FOR USE. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF ;PA1ST BENT BY MAIL. ITIS PUT ON I.IKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LKAD ANDOIL. VIZ I NICELY BUUHHKI) OUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATKB PAINT TRY IT, And Ion Will Prore It to be the Beet Liquid l'alut In tho Market. ' JOHN LUCAS cSc CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Urccu, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c 1ST For Barapla Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now Bloomllold, Pa., or to John Lucas & Jo.t Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN Successors to HHAFFNER, ZIEGLEB & CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, CjJIoves, Ribbons, Suspenders, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., WHOLESALE GRO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 August 1881

8 THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), 1A., AUGUST 30, 1881. A Dangerous Medicine. Loko BnANCii, Aug, 20. Thore Is a groat ileal of exclloniont lie re ovor the death of Mis. Kate Griggs, the wife of C. IX. Griggs, the contractor and lessee of the Wheeling and Lake Erie Itallrond, from blood poisoning caused by using an anti-fat , medicine. The following facts were obtain, ed from the mother of Mrs. Griggs ; On t.ie 11th of August Mr. Griggs and hia wife oame to tho West End Hotel aud engaged a suite of rooms in the Cliff, a portion of the annex to the hotel. Mrs. GrlgRS wns then in perfect health. On the 13th Inst, a sorvant, entering her room, found her lying in a swoon on the floor. Dr. Hunt of West End was summoned, i but all his efforts to bring her out of the comatose state Into which she bad fallen wore fruitless for a long time. Mr. Griggs filially telegraphed for Dr. Bass of Now York, the family physiolau. For a while both doctors were puzzled, aud pronounced the case one of erysipela...

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

-lKiS t 1 .1 X Hk . If ts ' jtAuri,. VOL. XV. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, BEPTEM13EK (5, 1881. NO. 30. THE TIMES. In ndepeudent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBUSHIDBTIBT TC1SDAT BT F. MORTIMER & 00. TERMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 1.30 Pr.lt VEAR, POSTAfiE FUEE. so cts. ion e months To .brlners reldlnR tn Tnts couhty, where wb have no postage to pav. ft dtscmiHt of 21 cents from th above terms will be made If payment Is made in advance. Advertising rates furnished upon applies tlon. Select Poetry. What Is a kiss t A herald fair That marsballeth the way to love ; A fleeting breath of balmy air Which o'er the Hp doth rove ; An evanescent touch that thrills The ardent lover's trembling frame, -A dew which on the heart distils And kindles Into flame. What Is a kiss f A lisping sound Of language all unknown before ; The accent of one rapture found, The whispered hope of more j The bending of the boy-god's bow, What time the string and arrow part ; The blissful signet to the vow That yleldeth up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SE1TEM11EH 0, 1881. THE COUNTERFEIT DUCATS. IN the end of the fifteenth century when the cities of Italy were render ed rich by their trade to the Went Indies, Padua was one of the ulost flourishing of Its towns, and posesed a body of merchants, and particularly goldsmiths, Jewelers and dealers In silk, with whom Veulee Itself could scarcely hear a com parison. Amongst these goldsmiths aud Jewelers there was one more eminent than his brethren. His dwelling was upon the bridge, and Padua was scarcely more universally known In Italy than Jeronlmo Vlucente was known for one of Its citizens. "It never rains hut It pours," says a northern proverb ; "riches begets riches," says an Italian one. Jeronlmo found the truth of both these sayings. He was already rich enough to satisfy a dozen merchuuts and to make a score of German princes. Fortune, liow. ever, did not yet think she had done enough for him. Every day some traveler was arriving at Padua, lit the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 September 1881

V THK T1MKS. NEW BLOOMFIKM), l'A.. SKl'TKMBKlt (5, 1881. RAILROADS. null i nri hi i i i i im hr i riim r r rniLAUtLrniA ainu KtAUiNun. k. ARKA.NC1GMKNT OF V AS9 B NG EH TRAINS Junev27th, 1881. Trains Leuro It.irrlsbnrg as Follows i For New York via Allentowu, at B.05 a. m. 1.4) and 4.(0 p. til. . For New Voik via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Ittmte," t).3u 8. eft a. in. and 1.45 p. in. For Philadelphia, at 0.3J, 8 0a, H.Soa. in.. 145 and 4.oti p. m. . . For Ke.idlog, at 5.20,0.30, 8.05. 0.80a. m., 1.45, 4.00. anil H.OW p. in. . , ForFottsvllle. at ".20. .03, 9.50 a. in. and 4.00 p. ni and via Hchuylklll and Hiisuuelianna Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn, at. S.10 a. in. For Alleutown, at S.I20, 8.0d, tf.6oa. Itl.t 1.46 aud 1.00 p. m. . . , . The 8.05 a. m. And 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars lor .New Voi k, via Allentowu. SUNDAYS : For Alleutown and Way Stations, at 5 20 a. tn. ForKemtmg, Fhllilelnpliiu, and Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Learc for HarrUhurg as Follows t L...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 September 1881

4 THE TIMES. New liloomjleld, Sept. ((, 1H81. NOTICE TO MtUIHUKIBEIlH. I ,nnlt it thn fWiiri- nu Urn llil nt your fiiw. tfionrilKiirrii ti-ll y iii I li ilnie I a which torn nh 'ilpllin In nnlit. Wlllilu II wtolm nllfr minify II cul, urn II die lint In obniod. No other rtusltt m neOMiarv. NO'l'ICr TO AnVKIlTISKIW. No ttm iirNliTciitsre will lip Inncrlfrt In this ift Qtltmfl its-Ill fnu mid ml mlikl bant. WTm nly piTcmit. m mwm of miilr rlf, will baohirtfrri lirlvirllninti ! In DciililfOnliimii. Mr. .1. n. lU'Rs, Ni-wmper Advertising A(('t., 41 Park Kow, (Times ItnlUlMiK). Nnw Vik, is mi thorlzed to contract (nr ftdvertleinontd for tills Daper at our best rates. The President's Condition.' The condition of the President through the past week 1ms been such as to Inspire more hope of his recovery though the foundation for such hope has been slight and a bulletin showing another relapse would not have taken people by surprise. It Is acknowledged by his physicians that his symptoms are n...

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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