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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 August 1870

Tuesday, August 10, 1870. LOCAL 1)E 1'AliT ME NT. OUR TERMS -4ro One Dollar a Year in Advance Persons who receive a paper with this article murkod, may know that they should mail ur oth erwise send the subscription price, i they wish to continue to recelvo The Times. CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In mind that letters received later than Saturday eve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. Curious Eirtr. Mrs. Gallatin of this borough, last week broke a largo egg in which was found another perfect in every respect, the inner bIioII being as strong as usual and the contents about tho same in quantity as though not surrounded in that singular manner. The outer egg had also tho ordinary amount of white and yolk. Ilcury Ituln. In portions of Lancaster ind Chester counties, the rain of Wednes day morning amounted to almost a Hood. 80 much water fell, that along the Penn sylvania railroad below Parksburg, the duct) ditches fi.K'.ll aifln nf tlin...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 August 1870

6 !jc tmc0, Kcuj Blaomftcltr, Jau Ijc Iaolufitlb femes. Tuesday, August 16, 1870. FAUM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite, communications from, all personswhoare, ime.resiea in mailers properly Belonging 10 um department. To See Down a Well. A New Hampshire Journal of Agri culture suggests an excellent plan for ex ploring the bottom of a well : " It is not generally known how easy a matter it is to examine the bottom of a well, cistern or poud of water by the use of a common mirror. When the sun is shining brightly, hold a mirror so that the reflected rays of light will fall into the water. A bright spot will be seen at the bottom so light as to show the small est object very plainly. y this means we have examined the bottom of wells fifty foot, deep, when half full or mure of water. The smallest straw or other small objects can be perfectly seen from the surface. In the same way one can examine the bottom of pouds nnd rivers if the water be somewhat clear, and not agitated by winds or r...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 August 1870

7 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. l)c mco, Nero Bloomfiew, fJa. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, Sooksellers and Stationers, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, And Dealers In WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALK. 1A1JSI6, No. 430, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES MAGARGE & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, tue to order, at short notice. lulyll SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, Sookscllers & Stationers, And Dealers in VURTAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. . Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and looks- aih nineties. Also, KoDert's History of a United States, Feltou's Uutlino Maps, &c. Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t KiOt'IIJIAX'ft) lHIIIS FLUID Is warranted EQITAT. in AiiNmiVa I and is sold at iniieii less priee. The money in uc i...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 August 1870

I 8 KILVDIXU KAIL-ROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Monday, May 16lh 1870. GREAT TRUNK LINK FROM THE NORTH and North-West for Philadelphia, Now York, Vending, Pottsville, Tamaciia, Ashland, Nhamokin, Lebanon, A Hon town, Easton, Lphrata, Litlz, Lan caster, Columbia, ;c., do. Tralusleave llarrlsburg for New York, as follows: At 6.36, 8.10, 11.26 a. m.,hii(1 2.50, p.m., connect ing with Hinnlar trains on the reunsylvania Kail toad, and arriving at Now York at 12:1U noon, :60, 6:06 and 10:UO p. ni., respectively. Sleeping cars accompany the 5.36, and 11:25 A. M., trains without change. Returning : Leave Now York at 9 A. M., 12 noon. Fid 6 P. M. t Philadelphia at 8.15 a. m., aim ISO p. u. bleeping cars accompany the 9 A. m. and P. M. trains from New York, without change. Leave Hamsburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tama ua, Mliieisrille, Asliland, iSliainokin, Pine Grove, Alleutowu, Philadelphia, at 8.10, a. m., and 2.5o, and ill), p. M., stopping at Lebanon and principol way atatious: the 4 p. in. ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

EE A XK M 0 11 TIME 11 , Editor and 1'roprietor. Vol. IV. Is Published Wtcldy, At New liloomfield, Tcnn'ti. BY FRANK MORTIMER. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. " OXE DOLLAR rElt TEA 11 ! IIV ADVANCia Courting by Letter. s HE is really the prettiest little Willoughby Vano, as lie turned from the window for the fiftieth time that morning. "Jane," he added, addressing his house maid, who was clearing away the breakfast things, have you any idea who the people are who have 'aken old Mr. Adderly's house opposito ?" "Well, yes, sir, if you please," returned Uie housemaid. "I mot their cook at the grocer's the other day, and she said that her master's name was Black Capting Choker Black aud that he was staying there on leave of absence with his wife and daughter, sir." " Oh, indeed I Did she happen to men tion the young lady's name ?" "Yes, sir. She called her Miss Eva." "Eva! What a charming name 1" mur- niuived Willoughby to himself; and then he added aloud : "That will do, Jane thank you." Mr. Willo...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

S 2 4' r Qiljc imc0, New Bloomftdk J3k POLISHING THE WINDOWS. DT MRS. C. Wi.JLANDEnS. - FKS. WHIPPLE'S daughters were the most ctylish girls in the town. 'J here were four of tlieni, all handsome, and queenly and cultivated, with a little fortune of their own. which was left them two years before, arid which they were to come into full possession of when they were tweuty-one, but not a moment bo fore. Of course the young gentlemen of the village kept their eyes turned toward the Whipple family. If there was a ride, or a walk, or a party, or sociable, nothing could be done unless these four pretty maidens were concerned in it; much to the disgust of the rest of us, wlip had no ..especial expectations, whatever might he our individual pretensions to good looks and culture. There was another member of the Whipple family. This- young lady was a niece of Mr. Whipple, the child of a fa vorite sister, who had been unfortunate, and who died not long after her marriage. The child was such a ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

ljc imc5, New !3Ioomftd&, flJfi.. 3 "Blees Patent'' NOISELESS, LINK MOTION, LOCK-STITCH Sewing Machine Challenges the World in Perfection of Work, strength ami Beauty of Stitch, Durability of (,'on. structlon und liapldity of Motion. Call and exam ine, and lor Agencies and Circulars, apply AT PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 623 Broadway, New York. 4 2Sly-a Who has a House to l'aint ? READY-MADE COLORS, Known as "HATMtOAD" Colors. Guaranteed to benmiveeonom uV more durable and i e con- yemeiit t hail nn Pant ever bcloic otieied. A hook entitled - ain I'alk witli Fraet.eal Paint ers, with sample, .,ulit Hot! hy mail on upplicu- (.lobe White U-ad and Color Works, 111 Fulton St. New York . l-.stabli.shed ltttj. llewaie of imitations. 1 1" 3m NOVETiTY NKWTIlIXd, for (rentlemen's 771,. , Vsu ""'' Sent by return mail in leceipt of JO cents. Agents wanted everywhere. Address, L. MIJNliOh t CO., 4 -!1 3111 J'. U. Jiox sail, N.Y. City. WATER WHEELS. DUPLEX TURBINE. "TOT Kinialed by any Wheel in existen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

ADVERTISING HATES I Transient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " two insertions 15 " " " tliree Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of Marriages or Dentlis Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, etc., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per year, Including paper, 12 00 Three Squares " " " 0 00 Tour Squares " . " " 20 00 Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch. Is one Rnuare. NEW EL00MFIELD, PENX'A. Tuesday, August 1S70. The English Mission has been declin ed by Ex-Senator Frclinghuyscn, who wiys he prefers to stay ut homo. The funeral services of Admiral Fnr rugut, took jjlaco at l'oi'lsniouth, N. JI., on Wednesday last, attended by an im mense concourse of spectator!. Military and Masonic honors were paid to the re mains of the deceased. European War News. During the week past, the news from the seat of War has been quite exciting, tho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

ljc imcs, New Sloomftcltr, Ja Tuesday, August 23, 1870. LOCAL DETAllTMENT. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance! Persons who rccclvo a paper with tills article marked, may know tliat they should mail orolli erwlse send the subscription price, II they wish to continue to receive The Times. CORRESPONDENTS will plea se boar I n mind that tellers received later t han Saturday eve HtiiK, or the down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. vIIgh Corn. A man living near' Liver pool claims to liavo some broom corn that is 13 feet 3 inches high. In this case seeing would bo necessary before bolieviii". i. sltccriiHs to tho nunilier of 120 left Car lisle for the fur west last veek and more are to follow this week. They are to join cavalry regiment which is operating against the Indians. , UJ Somc covetous rascal broke into the store of II. Kopunhafer, at Sandy Hill, a few nights since. Money appeared to be the article most desired as nothing elso was stolen, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

6 ljc mcs, New Btoomficlir, JJcu Tuesday, August 23, 1S7Q. FABM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invito communication from all Win vo are Interested in mailers properly ocionting to thin department. Qnlck and Easj Cure .for Founder. Clean out the bottom of the hoot' thor oughly hold up the leg so us to bring the bottom of the hoof, upward, holding it firmly in a horizontal position, and pour in, say one tablespoon ful of spirits of turpentine, if tiiev cavity of the hoof will hold that much if not, pour in what it will hold without danger of run ning over; touch the tuispentine with a red-hot iron, (that will set it on fire) ; hold the hoof firmly in position until it burns out. Great care must bo taken that none runs over on the hair or the hoof, lest the akin be burned. If all the ibet are effected, burn turpentine in each of them, tllelief - will speedily follow, and. the animal will be ready lor service in :v short .time. T.lie editor of the Allen "Watchman eays ilie had a founderpd horse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

7 Philadelphia. Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia .Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS ITEMS. l)c mcs, Nero Bloomftcluv )a. BOOKSELLERS A. STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISooItseller ami ftl-utioiiers, I1LANJC JJOOK MANUFACTU11EHS, And Dealers lit WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL PAPIME, No. 430, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CIIAltLES MAUAHGli & CO., Wholesale Dealers in . Nos. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street, I'll I LAD EL I'll I Ay 1'A. V. Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at .short notice. lulyll SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, Bookseller & ftialioncrs, And Dealers m CURTAIN AND WALL-PAPERS, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. m. Publishers ot Sanders' New Headers, and Itronks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History ol tile-United States, Eeltou's Outline Maps, &e. 1ILA3TK ISOOKS . Always on hand, and niado to Order. 31t IOCIOIAS'S millS FLUID Is warranted EOITAI. to Aunomi's. 1 and is s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 August 1870

8 tljc imc0, Nctu Bloomftclo, pru i:i:aii.4 hail-hoai. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Hominy, May 16th 1870. GREAT TIUIiNK LINK FROM THE NORTH and Nort h-West for Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsville, Tainaqua. Ashland, Shamokln, jObanon, Allentown, Easton, Kphrata, Lltiz, Lan caster, Columbia, &c, &o. Trains leave llarrisburg for New York, as follows : At 5.3ft, 8. 10, 11.25 A. M.,and 2.9), P. M., connect ing with similar trains on the Pennsylvania Rail road, and arriving at New York at 12:10 noon, 3:ft0, 0:05 and 10:00 p. m., respectively. .Sleeping ears accompany the 5.35, and 11:25 A. M., trains without change. Returning : Leave New York at 9 A. M., 12 noon, and 6 v. m. : l'liiladelphia nt 8.15 a. m., and 3.30 p. M. Weeping ears accompany the 11 a. m. and 5 l'. M. trains from New York, without change, l-eave llarrisburg for Reading. 1'ottsville, Taina qua, Minorsville, Ashland. Sliainokin, 1 "i lie (irove, Allentown, l'liiladelphia. atS.lo, a. m., and 2.50, and 3.10, '. M., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

II lift A AAA 7V k . a J WW? r IS II IB II B Ifl I I VTV'lftH I J IB II FRANK MORTIMER, Editor ami Proprietor. dilju fMoomfiflh Whites. J Published Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, Penn'n. BY FRANK MORTIMER. BUBBCIUI'TION TEKM8. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ! I3V Vl) VvYOI . DEAD BROKE." A Story of Fashionable Life. ir "E IS dead broke." "Ilowmuch does ho owe?" " One week, to-morrow, over the month," ' said the clerk, examining the ledger. " Whew !" whistled the landlord. "Has he no friends to pay for him ?" " Plenty of friends now, but let them find out that he is broke and they'll bo off liko a covoy of birds." " I must see him ;" and the hotel pro prietor, walking out upon the piazza, ap proached a young man leaning against one of the front pillars. ; "Mr. Watson, your bill, I see, is in ar rears one week over tho settlement day. Why is it?" The young man flushed at first, as if in anger ; then a smile overspread his hand some face. " I know I am a delinquent Major Snow, but I can't p?y -at pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

r 2 EE KIND. DT AN UNKNOWN W1UTEII. Ho kind to tliy father for when thou wcrt young, Who loved thee so fondly us he? Uo caught tlic llrst accents that fell from thy tongue And joined In thy Innocent glee. 1)0 kind to thy father for now he Is old, Ills locks intermingled with gray; llis footsteps arc feeble, once fearless and bold, Thy father is passing away. He kind to thy mother for lot on her brow May traces of sorrow be seen; Oti, well niay'st thou cherish and comfort her now, For loving and kind hath she been, ltcmember thy mother for thee she will pray, As long as Ood glveth her breath; With accents of kindness, then, cheer lior lone way, E'en to the valley of death. Be kind to thy brother his heart will liavc dearth, If the smile of thy Joy be withdrawn.; The flowers of feeling will fade at their birth, If the dew of affection be gone. Be kind to thy brother wherever you are; The love of a brother shall bo An ornament, purer, and richer by far Than pearls from the depths of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

ljc imc0, New Blaomftclir, 13a Tina "Blees F si tent" NOISELESS, LINK MOTION, LOCK-STITCH Sowing Machine Challenges tho 'World In rcrfectlon of AVork, Strength and Ileauty of Stitch, D inability of Con struction and ltapldlty of Motion. C'nll nnd exam ine, and for Agencies and Clrenl ,i."s, apply AT HtlNCIP AL OF F1CH, 623 Broadway, New York. 4 2Sy-a Who has a House Jo I'aiut ? BECKY HARLAND'S ROMANCE. READY-MADK CO LOUS, Known aw "HAII.KOAD" Colors. Cfuarantced to be more eeononiieiii. more durable and more con venient than nnv Pa nt ever before offered. A liiMik entitled J'luin Talk with I'r.ictieal Paint ers." witli samples, sent live bv mail on applica tion. jMAMUli Y & AVJIITON, Cilobe AVhlto Lead and Color Works, Jll Fulton ,st.. New York. Established 1.S36. llowarc of imitations. 1 17 3m TaTOVFT TV KEW TIIINfJ, for pentlcnien's J.1 J v J-iXj x X . use oiilv. .Sent by return mail on receiptor 30 cents. Ajicnts wanted everywhere. Address, JL iAirNI.'OE & CO., 4 :il 1". ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

4 l)c crimes Kctu SiloomftcUr, )a. Ijc Iaomfirib (pints ADVERTISING HATES t Trantitttt- 8 Cents per Hue for one Insertion. 13 " two Insertions 15 " " "throe Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of MarringeB or Donttas Inserted free. Tributes of Kespoct, &c, Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cento per ino. TRAHLT ADYKUTISKMENTH. One Square per year, Including paper, $ 8 00 Two Squares per your, including puper, ta 00 Three Squares " " " IB 00 Tour Squares " " " 20 00 Ion lanes Nonpareil or one InoU, Is one so.un.ie.. NEW UXOOMFUiLD, VENN'A. Tuesday, August 30, 1S70. The Cenuus reports prove I'luladelpliia lo be one of the largest manufacturing cities iu tho. United States. The growth cf the city in till brunches of industry tor ten years past,, exceeds thut of auy other city in the country. A Neutrality Proclamation has fceen issued by the President, setting fortli what acts are i'or.biddeu to persons in this country, durin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

ljc tries, New Blobmficfo, pfl. 5 Tuentlny, Any ust 30, 1870. LOCAL D 11 1' A 11 T M E N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance ! Persons who receive a paper with this article marked, m;iy know that they should mail or oth erwise senil llio xiibseriiition price, it they wish to continue to receive Tun Times. CORRESPONDENTS wilt please bear In mind tiiitt ici.um'm ler.e.veil laiorthan Saturday eve ning, or tiie down mail on Monday morning have to lay over until the following week. A Good CliaiiCP. A property consisting of a House, IJarn and 8 Acres of Land, sit uated onc-li:ilf-a-mile South of Bloomllcld, will bo exchanged for n Small Store or other business, in any part of llio State. Call on or address V. H. II. McClinlnH, 4t New Bloomllcld, Pa. A Basket Picnic, under tho auspices of Reformed and Lutheran Church, of this borough, will bo held at Milans'u spring, on Friday next, starting from tho church at 9 o'clock A. M. All are invited. -A Curiosity. Wo wero shown last week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

6 Tuesday, August 30, 1S70. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 117? invite communications from all personsvho are interested in matters properly belonginy lo this department. lor the Jiloomjicld Times, Hog1 Cholera. IcKEsnuiia, Perry county, Pa., August 10, 1870. Editor'of The Times: Sir The dis ease popularly known as " Hog Cholera," has proved fatal to a number of swine iu this vicinity, and is still prevalcut. The farmers of this neighborhood have, as yet, been unable to find a cure for the malady. It is believed that very little is known of the nature of the disease ; and so long as this is the case, it can only bo by chance that a remedy for it can be found. "Would it hot bo well for those who may have affected swine, to observe closely the symptoms and post-mortem appearances, with a view to an interchange of observa tions, experiments and opiuious, through the medium of our county papers ? In this way it might be determined, what peculiar disease, or form of disease is meant by " Hog C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

l)c imcs, Kctu Bloomftdb, )o. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. BOOKSELLERS &. STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, ISooltsclleivi and Stationer, J1LASIC HOOK MANUFACTURERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS - AND No. 430, Market Street, 31 PHILADELPHIA, 1'A. CJLUILES MAOAUOE & CO., Wholesalo Dealers In Piipcr, JLii-ss, Nos. 30, 32, ami 34, Spilth Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ta. Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. Iuly41 SOWER, liARXES & POTTS, Booksellers & Stationer, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND Wall-papers, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TKS. Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, ltobert's History of the United States, Eelton's Outline Maps, &e. i; I, AX It HOOItS Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t Writing- Ilnia ! mHIS FLUID is warranted KOITAT. tn AiiNm.n'a L and is sold at much less price. The money will he refunded to those buying it, if it does not jirovB entirely sau...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 August 1870

8 Ije Stimcs, Htm Blaomftcfo, )cu KEAIUAG ItAIL-KOAl). SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Monday, May 101 1 1 1870. 3.REAT TRUNK LINK FItOM THE NOItTH JUT and North-West for Philadelphia, New York, Beading, Pottsvllle, Tamaqua, Ashland, Hhinuokin, Lebanon, Alleiitown, Fasten, Ephiala, Litiz, Lan caster, Columbia, &c, &o. Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows : At 6.86, 8.10, 11.21) a. M., and 2.6(1, P. M connect ing with similar trains on the Pennsylvania Kail road, and arriving at New York at 12:lu noon, 11:50, C:0oand lOsuu p. in., respectively. Sleeping ems accompany the 6.35, and 11:25 A, M., trains without ohange. Iteturnlng : Leave New York at 9 a. m., 12 noon, and C p. m. i 1'hiladelphla at 8.16 a. m., and 3,30 P. M, Sleeping cars accompany the 9 a. m. and S P. M. trains from New York, without change. Leave llamshuig for lieading, Pottsvllle, Taina qna, Minersvllle, Ashland, Hhaiiiokin, Pine (irove, AJIentown. Philadelphia, at 8.10, A. M., and 2.50, and 3.10, p. m., stopp...

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