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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

.. - : -T-.In lllllil(il!lliiM!llllll!lllllllinllillllllll!llll!lli!IKliH! r.: Ztiiiti VOL. XV. IN JEW BLOOMFIEI7D, TUJESDA-Y, 8JEPTJEMI3JEJR 27, 1881. NO. 39. cat-' ir-ii r ?avai, i w THE TIMES. Ami ndepcndout Fanillj Newspaper, IB PUBLlanBDEVBHT TUB8DAT BT P. MORTIMER & CO. TEUMS t INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fl.50 PF.lt VI'.tH, POSTAOF. Illl-I'., so m. i on o months. To subwrlbers residing In Tins coitntv, where we have no postage to pay, a dlseoimt o( 2( cents from the above terms will be made If payment Is made In advance. r- Advertising rates furnished upon appllca t!on. On a Fool's Errand. IT HUNG above the chlnineyplece in the whitewashed parlor of the little Carolina country inn the portrait of a young girl, in a simple dress and straw hat, with her hands full of cherry branches laden with fruit. It was a southern face with a dark rich bloom of coloring, and a passionate, half-shy half coquettish expression which fascinated me at the first glance; and the more I looked at th...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

THE TIMES NEW BL00MFIEL1), TA., SElTEMMlt 27, 1681. Old Vaughn's Dam. "H' AMP SEE a dunce I Well may be so j but arter what I've need, it 'ml take a smarter schoolmaster than you to make nie tblnk o." It was old lllley Vaughn who spoke, and although old ltlley had no educa. tlon, his hard sense and sound Judgment were respected by all the meu who sat therein the village post-ofllce waltlug for the mall. He had grown prosperous lydlnt of hard work and good judg ment, and his neighbors were aocustom ed to usk for and to respect his opin ions. " 1 did not say precisely that, Mr. Vaughn," replied Peuruddock, the schoolmaster. "I only said that my best ell'orts to educate the boy were ren dered futile and nugatory by reason of his Inexplicable Inability to grasp and retain so simple a thing as the accidence of the Latin verb." "That means, In plain English, that he ain't got no grip on what you teach him, don't it V" asked Riley. " Yes, that is what I mean," replied the schoolmaster, wit...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

1 v i llK TIMES, NEW RLOOM FIELD, I'A., SEl'TKMlJEll 27, 1881. ... s RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANtlBMENTOF P ASSKNG ER TRAIN8 June '27th, 1381. Trains Leave Harilsburg as Follow : For New York via Allentown, at 8.05 a. m 1.4 and 4 11O i. in. ... . , For New Voik via Philadelphia and "Rouud Brook Route," lUu H.nS a. in. and 1.45 p. in. For PlillndHlplna, at U.3J, 8.1)6, U.Sba. in., 1.45 am! 4. (Hi p. in. For Heading, at 8.20, 8.3(1, 8.05, 9.50a. m., 1.45, 4.0(1, and K.iWp. in. Fori'ottsvllle. at ".20, 8.01, 9.50 a. m. and 4.00 R, in., and via ttchuylklll and 8usqutdiiiin ranol) lit 2.4(1 p. m. For Auburn, at 8.1(1 a. in. For Allentown, at 6.ai, 8.05, .6ua. in., 1.45 and 1.00 p. m. ilia 8.05 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. trains nave through curs for xSew link, via Alletituwu. SUNDAYS ! For AllBiitown and Way Rtatlous. at 5.20 a. in. For ltmiiling, I'lilhlelupliia, and Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lenvo fur Hnnlsbuig as Follows t Leave NewYork via Allentown, 5.L0 and 9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

4 THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1EL1). l'A.. SETTE1MHE11 27, 1881. f THE TIMES. Acw Bloom field, Sept. 27, J SSI. NOTICE TO CtHIHt'H 1 It F.IK. I.onlot fan fltrnrr on tM Inlipl of yonr inr. f him-nxurra toll ynn I ho dale lo whlrli roar nl- iilitliin m nniii. niunn i """I"1"1. " fi)t, If the dt ! chauKed. No uthtr reuelpi Mneouasarv. NOTICK TO AlVEltTI8EUS. No Cat ofBtrrentyi'o will he limited In thl iiki QnlMitllKhtfacpKnd on melal bane. Hr-Twnntypproriit.tnpice of funlar rali-a, win beoharKxil lorartvortiiamenU nctiji DiiulilpOolninn. Mr. ,1. H. Bates, Newspaper Advertising Ag't. II Park How, (Times RullcliiiK), New York, is an thorl.ed tocnntrai-t tor advertisements lor tills paper at our best rates. President Aimim lins calletl a special meeting of the Senate to be held Oct. UKta. The locomotives on moBt of the xgreat railroads iu the country were draped in mourning the day after the Uleath of the President was announced. The Judicial Conferees of Dau phin and Lebanon counties have held t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SElTEMBElt 27, 1881. 0 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. E.-MIDDLE DIVISION. On unrt after Monday, May Hth, PaaaeiiKer Tratna wlU ruu aa toiiuw. , WESTWARD). EASTWARD. WarlMall,Ac.,Flta., I'aaaiTr'lii'lVu ft. I I 1'niNCIPAL Htatkinm. Mltl. J'm M ill Aoo. Iia. Tr'u Tiii A M. P.M. P.M. li'.IH- l.HO MHl X.M l.lilli 7 .08 II i 13.63 8.00 H.I4 44 41 n.oB ia.wt .a B 51 13. a 8.23 1) 40 la. 13 8.10 8.00 . 84 6 40 11.121 8.17 K.IS6' 8.83 0.07 8. 0 , 8.18 1.36 7:10 1 A.M. A.U A.M. m. mi 4. If. 8. no! .aai 80 P.M. 9.1)0 a. 3i .SS a. 44 a f.') S.IB 8.111 8 51 .a5 ! r.iv. lo.as 10.51 l'lillinlelnlila, 'Harrtabnrn, Al aryavllle, Dum-aunou, Aiinrduct,.... Ituily'a , Nowport MlMerfltuwu, Mifflin I.owlntown J. UuitrttiKttou. Tyrollu, AltouilA p. V. .W 6 41 4.47 .8I (.07 . 1! f.lN .4ll m p.iu D.ll .a-1 lu.lW ID.4H is.iM lift 1.55 11. m, 11.21 II 4n la. on 1.13 1 53 Liu 4 lu s.iwi 7.01, 7.45 1 S.IXll 1:18 ! 7.00 NXTSni'ltUII. P.M.IA.M.!P.U. A.M.,1 l-afPaiMftc Express West wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

( I THE TIM KS, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEl'TEMBElt 27, 1881. J v r: $JIoomficlb ftimrs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Womanly Economy. There Is much talk of the extravagance I of a woman, and tbere Is no doubt that I when a woman puts her hand to the V spending of money she can do it with a 1 jHfi-fect looseness. Women are naturally extremists, and do whatever they do and thluk whatever they think with all their julght. But to this question of spending money there are two sides, and the bal- . . . - . 1 I J I f I ........... 1 r. n 1 1 II It y 'mire ueriut'iny inclines iuwriu I .rather than spending. Women are nat J li rally economists. They have twice the Kill of saving that men have. Think the "auld clothes made to look amalst a well as new." think of the old bonnets Ve trimm'1 and brought out in the lat st style; think of the twisting and turning, the contriving and saving to which many a woman resorts to keep , her family looking respectable, while ' her husband never thinks of stintin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

THE TIMES, NEW 1) LOOM FIELD, 1A., SElTEMDEll 27. IS8L. 7 rhiladolphla Advertisements. Heady Mixed Taints ! T UOAS HEADY MIXED PAINTS ! kowateb.no chemicals, no benzine, but a turk CHI PAINT, READY FOR USE. 30 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PA1ST BENT BY MAIL. ITIS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH TI.KA1 ANDOlL. VIZ: NICELY BKimiiKO OUT. NOT FLOWKD ON LIKE WATKB PAINT TRY IX, And Ion Will ProTO H to be the Best Liquid Paint In the Market. .TOIIIV LUCAS Sc CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTUKEU9 OF Swiss and Imperial French Urecn, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VA11NISIIES, &c JST For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New Bloomtiold, Fa., or 10 John Lucas iio., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN Successors to SHAFFNEH.ZIEGLEBSCO.. Importers and Dealers In KoMiery, Gloves, lllbbous, Muspemlers, THREADS, COMBS, aud every variety ol TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BBITTON St Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 5...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 September 1881

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., SEl'TEMUElt 27, 1881. Adventure of a Girl. At About noon on Huturdny Caroline Weildcr, 8 year old, waa missed from tier liome at L04J Kant 1 1 our ton direct. Inqui ry of the uelghbora discovered that alio had lust been seen In company with a slovenly-looking girl of about 14, whoao feet were bare, and whose clothing was nifTRod. The child's parouta went that evening to the Police Central Office, where nil chil dren who are found wnndoring In the streets by the police are ordinarily seut, but she was not there. Yesterday morn lug a general alarm, describing the lost child, wan telegraphed to the dlfl'orent po lice stations. Not long after, Mr. Hchmldt of 3 Col umbia street came to the Central Ulllce with the lost child, lie said that she had been found the evening before In Itrooma street, near Willlet, by Caroline Birtt of lOGBroorae Btreet, who bad reported the fact at the Delancey street police station. Instead of sending the child to the Cen tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 October 1881

VOL. XV. THE TIMES. Ail Independent Family Newspaper, IS FOBLIBHBOITIRt TUISDlT IT P MORTIMER & CO. TEIIMS i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 11.30 rr.lt TEtll, POSTAtJK Fit FT. so its. roil month. To siibsorlbers residing In this county, where we have no postage to pay. a dlsi'ntiHt of 2 cents from the shore terms will be made If payment Is made la advance. ear Adrertlslng rates furnished upon appllca tlou. SETH'S COURTSHIP. YOU are the torment of my life, Beth Smith. What under the sun, moon and stars are you forever poking about my kitchen for ?" and the speaker, a pleasaut-faced serving-woman, looked up from the pumpkin she was sifting, with an expression of countenaace which quite belled the severity of her words. " You mean Miss Caroline's kitch en," said Beth with a grin, as he seated himself by the pine table, which he had been heard to say was whiter and shini er than Deacon Brown's bald head, and a considerable more wholesome look ing. " I rather think you know, Huldah, why I st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 October 1881

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., OCTOIlli.il 4, 1881. A Dangerous Prize. PAl'SILlTO Isa suburb or Naples, stretching along the western side of the beautiful buy, about which to much lias keen said and written.' Along the steep banks that descended abruptly to the sen are many charming villas facing directly on the water, and reached from the main road by r.lgzag paths, through Hardens rich in all the luxuriant growth of Southern Italy. In one of the prettiest of these villas lived an Eugllnb family ; ami at the time of the present story some tender passages were taking place between the eldest daughter of the house and Lord Ardley, whose yacht was lu the harbor at Hanta Lucia, whence It was his fre quent custom. to sail across in the dingy when the wind was favorable, both as a short cut, and to avoid the dust, jolting uud evil odors along the Chlaja. The usual companion of these journeys was a lad of eighteen, an Englishman who, some few years previously, had beeu cast adrift at Napl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 October 1881

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOM FIELD, PA.. OCTOBER 1. 1881. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANdBMKNT OP PA39KNQEKTItAINS June 27th, 1801. Trains Leave Hunlsbnrg as Follows : For New Yori? via Allentown, at 8.0S a. m 1.4 and 4 ml p. in. . . For New Voir via Philadelphia and "Bound Brook Koute." H.:Vi S.oft a. m. and 1.4ft p. m. Kor Philadelphia, ill 0.3J, 8.0.j, M.5oa. in., 1.45 and 4. 0u p. m. . For Heading, at 5.20, 6.30, 8.05. 0.60a. m., 1.45, 4.00, and 8.0H p. in. . , For Potlsvllle. at .1.20. 8.0, fl.PO a. m. and 4.00 p. m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch nt2.4 p.m. For Auburn, at, 8.10 a. in. For Alleutowu,at8.20, 8.05, 0.50 a.m., 1.45 and 1.00 p. in. The 8.0.1 a. in. and 1.45 p. m. trains have through cars for .Sew York, via Allentown. SUNDAYS ! For Allentown mid Way Stations, at 5 20 a. m. Kor Heading, Phlldelaphla, uud Way millions, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Leuve Tor Harilshurg as Follows t Leave NewYnrk via Allentown, 6.;0 and 9 00 a. in , 1.0(1 and 5.30 p. in. L...

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

THE TIMES NEW uLOOMl'IKl.l), l'A., OCTOBER i, 1881. THE TIMES. yew IHoom field, Oil. 4, 1881. MITII'I TO HUIIWIJIIIBERH. I.nnliit the flirurr. no tlie UUkI of your iir. Chow Spurim tell J"'"' I ! I" whlrhraKi' iN cilplluii I imlil. Wltblu K unhillrr niuur) In lent, ir If the ilnle il ohDRd. Mo other reoelrt ii neoeMirv. NOTICK TO AIIVBKTI8KH8. Wo Out orRtrreotyp will lie linerted In Mill iti' ttnleae ttirht face fttut on metal bftee. "Twenty wr cent, in eirenn of recnlr rnte,wlll bohrnedtoravertlsoment eetln Double Column. Mr. J. H. IU1M, Newiraper Adverting Au't. II Park How, (Time HnlWIInpO. New Yolk, is an thorl.eil to contract for ailvertlieinent.1 for tills paper at our best rates. II. C. Colk, Mnyor of Kokomo, Ind., was shot dead a few nights ago, while engaged In stealing flour from a mill. Ox the 25th ult., a tornado passed over Qulncy, 111., doing great damage to property. Thirteen persous were wounded and four were killed outright. Three school houses were among the buildi...

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

THE TIMKS, NEW I1L00M Ft KL1), PA.. OCTOlSKll I. 1881. ( THE TIMES. Io&l Dcph,ictncit. PENNSYLVANIA R. B,- MIDDLE DIVISION. On mid nftw Monday, May Tratui will ruu tuiiuw . Hth, 1SSI, fsMenirer WESTWARD. FA8TWAR1). Mali, Arc. riln.. PuiMOlVAl, HTATIONH. MfTI. J'nuM.ill Aoc, Ex. Tr'tii "Mil I A H. P.M. P. Ml l".ui' l. mi 7. ml .! i ll t.ufl P--J la fj -tn 14 l j.44 6 4.1 m i a i ui la.-j-j e.aj S 411 13.12 D.IO B.IKI II 81 8.41) 11.12 (17 S.S6 I.M S.II7 .IW .lb I.SA 10 A.U. A.M A.M. taaii 1'r'li Tr'iii Kx. Ift.Ml ran ! .st' Philadelphia, 8. CO lO.iM tirrmliiiipr, jj- .Marynvllle, 47 AcUl llllU... Ctt ;Ully',. e.i'Ml.tS Newport 6 111 II 311 Mlllerstowu, t. U0 II 4H! Mlflfllu A. If . d.llll M Ml a. no i.UH IK tM 8.( 8.1.1 a.ti III.IW I0. 4. J II llUW LiPWIBlllWH 1.18 IllllltlllKdoll.. IU Tyrone tM ; Aftnnua U.ls; .m 1.16 1.01 t.Ml 7.46 S.S0.I 1:11 r.M.iA.H.; ! MM P.M. A.M. , I'trrsnf nun. tWPrltlrErr" West will .top 11 tliilimnnon it 4 4Sntlt Nevpirtstfl.ll7 a. ui.. when flaiftft-i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 October 1881

0 THE TIMKS, NKW IlLOOM FIELD, 1A , OCIOHEU 1, 1881. $Ijc $tloomficlb fTimcs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. A Cow'i Cud. The slUmlloii, tlie structure, ami the gl.e of the rumen or rii ii cli , point It out ns the flrHt anil rpiipiuI reeepttiele for the food, wlilcih receives In the mouth only nuflU'lent niftKlli'iUlon to enahla the nnl nml to swallow It. When swallowed, it la then received by the rumen, and tnor rl after mors'! Is taken until this, the first of the animal's four stonindiH, Is comparatively full. A sense of repletion precedes rumination, during which act the animal generally prefers a recumbent posture. It Is not to he supposed that all the food taken Is ftiUn ruminated; it Is only the bulky or solid portions that undergo the process. When the rumen Is moderulely full, it will contract on Us contents, and first squeeze out the fluid portions, which will pass onward into the third or fourth stomachs, while the solid part will bo embraced by the oesoph agus, or stomach pipe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 October 1881

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Koady Mixed Paints ! u c a s ' READY MIXED TAINTS ! NO WATER, NO CHEMICALS) NO BENZINE, BUT A TURK OIL PAINT, READY FOB USE. Stuuplo Otwds. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF rAlST BENT BY MAIL. IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED ON L1K.K WATER PAINT TBY IT, And Yon Will Prove It to be the Best Liquid l'alut in the Market. JOHN LTJCA.8 Sc CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Urcen, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti mer, New BloomUeld, Pa., or to John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Successors to BHAFFNEH, ZIEGLER CO., Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, Gloves, llibbons, 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 ft Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 505 MARKET BTLEET, PHILADELPHIA 7 1 gOWER,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 October 1881

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIEL1), FA , OCTOBER J, 1881. President Gnrfleld's Will. Washington, Hr-pt. LO.- In tlio early part ol August, it Is sulil, tlio l'lCBldout signed a will which lenves nil of his proper ty to hl widow. On the name ilny, Hurling that ho could write no woll, lis Insisted on writing n letter to Mr mother, which he lld. This letter found Its way Into the newspaper a few days afterward. From the sumo source It is learned that Gen. ! infield owned i eal estnte nmotuitlng to about 33,00(). This estimate Includes the house bo occupied In this city as n private residence during tlio hmt eight years he was In the House of Keprcsenitlves. Gen, Uaifleld had his life Insured for 130,000 lu two companies in this city. Ho took out a policy of $10,000 In the Equita. ble Assurance Society soon after his nomi nation to the presidency. Tho premium fell due nud was paid while he was at Long Branch iu June, a few days before he was shot. The society sent its check to lis Agent In Phil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 October 1881

Ill VOL. XV. INEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, OOTOBEE 11, 1881. NO. 41. THE TIMES. Ait Independent Family Newspaper, ISPUDUSH1DBYBRTTUESD1TST F. MORTIMER & CO. TE11M8 I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. f 1.30 IT It YlvAlt, I'OSTACJE FIIKE. so i ts. roil e months. To subscribers resldlnn In Tins countt, where we have no postage to pay. a dlscouHt of 2 cents from the above terms will be made II payment Is made In advance. ' Advertising ratei furnished upon nppllca tlon. HOW SHE MANAGED HIM. " T CAN get along with him, I'm very X sure," said Joscellnd Darkridge. "Nobody could get along with him 1" chorused the three Miss Darkrldges in unison. Uncle Black was the personage of whom they spoke a crabbed, ill-temper-ered little old man who lived in a su perb old county seat among the Catskilla. He had money to leave, but his nieces and nephews secretly believed that It would be a deal easier to go to California or Qolconda, or tome of those fabulous places, and dig . fortunes' out nugget by nugget, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 October 1881

3 THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELI), 1A., OCTOMSlt 11, 1881. A DEBT CANCELLED. OfiLY a broken violin t There It lay In the mud, a worthless piece of wood, rudely (mapped hi twain, with a few loose fragments of string, soundless, voiceless; yet beside it, as reverently as though bending over a something hu man that had died with a passionate burst of grief, as for some dearly-loved friend, knelt a little lad of some thir teen summers. Out from the mud, with tender, ca ressing touch, he lifted up the shattered remnants, his tears falling the while thick and fast, his slight frame convulsed with the sobs which would not be re pressed. He made no outcry, but hla face was white with the anguish of despair. He had lost his all the friend to whom he poured out all his woes; the companion who, uutil now, never had failed him; his second, better, nobler self. Not many paces distant on the side walk Btood the perpetrator of the out rage, a sort of undefined remorse gnaw ing within his breast. For me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 October 1881

rilK TIMKS. NKW HLOOM KlKLl), PA.. OCTOBKll j 1881. RAILNOADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANdKMKNT OF P AS9EN0I E R TRAINS Juno 27lh, 1831. Trains Leave HarrlNburg as Follows : for New York via Allentown, at 8.05 a. m 1.4i anil tm i). in, Kor New Voik via Philadelphia and "Bound. Brook Route," tj.su H.u5 a. in. and 1.45 p. in. Kor Philadelphia, at 0.3J, 8.0.', 9.5oa. in., 1.45 and 4.0(1 p. m. . . Kor Ite idltiK, at d.20, 0.30, S.05, 0.60 a. m., 1.45, 4.0U, and 8.ut p. in. . . ForPotlsvllle. at, .2o, 8.03, 9.50 a.m. and 4.00 &. m., and via hclniylklll and Kusquehanna ranch at 2.4(1 i. in. Kor Auburn, at 8.10 a. in. Kor Allentown, at 6.), 8.05, .6ua. in., 1.45 and 4.00 p. m. The 8.05 a. tn. and 1.45 p, m. train have through cars for Aew York, via Allentowu. 8UNDAYH i For Allentown nnd Way Stations, at 5 20 a. m. Kor ltHailuiK, Plilldelapliia, and Way stations, at 1.45 p. in. Trains Lvuto for llairlsburg as Follows t Leave NewVork via Allentown, b.'-0 and 9 00 a. ill . 1.00 ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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THE TIMES, NEW ltLOOHFIEl.l), l'A.. OCTOllKll 11, 1881. THE TIMES. New Iiloomflcld, Oct. 11, 18fil. KOTll'R TO HU1IH0IUBKKW. I, noli t the DiriirM on the llel of your rier. ThofchKiirrn tell von tlin Hut e lo n-lilrliyom- mill ncrlptloit Is pniil Wllhiu weekiiftlior luotieyta lent, It the date la changed. No other reoelpt It necessary. NOT1CK TO AnVKUTlSEUS. NO Out or Stereotype will lie Inserted In thle er BnleeellKht faceftud on inet&l baee. r"Tweiity per cent. InetceM of rentier ratee, will beoharKeilturailvertlsementa aetln Double Column. Mr. ,T. Tl. lUtes, Newspaper Advertising Aft't. II Talk Mow. (Times HhIUHiir), New York, in au thorized to onnli'Hct for advertisements lor this paper at our best rates. The trial of the Star Route conspira tors la to be pushed, General Brady and several others have been admitted to ball, In the Burn of $7,500. The successor of Gen. Burnslde In the U. 8. Benate, la Nelson VV. Aldrleh. lie la the youngest man in the Benate but Is Bald to be ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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