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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

Will tl b!l!iH-ljri!!l'hWlilHWIi'lillllll VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, Pl., TUESDAY, NOVEMBEE 5, 1878. 1 SWt' : 7 0 I I f. , 1 1 wV THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED BVBRY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UDBC1IIFTIUK ritlCK. (WITHIN TI1B COUNTY.) One Year SI 21 Btx Months 75 (OUT OF THB COUNTY.) One Year. (Postage Included) fl fO Six Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I 7 Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Old Loves. Louise, have you forgotten yet The corner of the flowery land, The ancient garden where we met, My hand that trembled In your hand ? Our Hps found words scarce sweet enough, As low beneath the willow trees "We sat i Have yon forgotten love t Do you remember, love Louise ? Marie, have you forgotten yet The loving barter that we made 1 The rings we changed, the sun that set, The woods fulfilled with sun and shade ? The fountains that were musical By many an ancient trysting-trce Mario, have you forgotten all 1 Do you reme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A., NOVEMBER 5, 1878. THE WIDOW THORN. SHE was Just the neatest little woman In the world always (milling, al ways fresh, plump, and deep In her for tiesone of the kind who smooth their aprons down while they talk to you. Then the little cigar shop at the corner she which kept,and where she rattled on about dlflcrent hrands of tobacco, and talked of the weather to her customers, nud the kindness which any tale of sor row told by vagrants called forth from her the many times her fat little hands went Into the drawer for change to he bestowed on some charitable plea all went to make up the best tempered, the most motherly and the nicest little woman you would ever chance to meet. So thought Dr. Ash, who lived next door, and who often went In for a little snuff", you know,but who Invariably set tled his wig more rakishly before pop ping Into the shop, lie used to say to her: " My I you must be lonely here,Vhlow Thorn 1" " Oh I not at all, sir, thanking you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.' NOVEMBER 5, 1878. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. nay 12(17, 1878. TRAINS LKAVE HARRiSBURO AS FOLLOWS For New York, at A.20, 8.10 a.m. 2.oup. m., and 7.M p. m. For I'lillHilelphln, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.4ft a.m. 2.(10 and 8.67 p. m. For Heading, at 8,20, S.10, 9.45a.m. and 2.00 3.S7 ami 1M. . . For Fottsvllle at fi.20, 8.10 a. in., and 8.57 p. in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn via 8. & fl. Br. at 8.80 a. m. For Allentown, at6.2u, 8.10a. in., and at 2.00, 8.57 and 7.85 p. m. ..... , The 8.20, 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., trains have through cars tor New York. The 6.20, a. in., and 2.00 p.m.. trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.2i a. m. For Allentown and Way Millions at 8.20 a.m. For Rending, Philadelphia and Way Slationsat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR II ARIURIU'RG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.S0and 7.4i p. in. Leave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., NOVEMBER 5, 1878. THE TIMES. tfew Jf loom field, Aot. A, lS7fi. NOTICK TO ADVKItTISKItS. Nn Put nrRtwciHyiwi will hntasn-tM lo this pspef Hales Itirhtlace slid on nit'lsl bsso. HfTwonty por oent.in kim-m or r"u1r rti. will twolMraMlfnradvnrtlraiDituta net In Dmililn Column. MOTU'K TO HUIIHCUIBEKS. I.neft lit Hik HKiiri-n on tlio of your pnpir. ThiMnnviirrntPlI von elm dntoln nlilen Tnnrmih. n.Tlpllon l l.iilil. Wlllilii S week alter n i ll sunt, i ir tho ditto la cliMiirwl. No nlhpr receipt IB uticeflimrv. " The prsent Circulation of THE1 ' TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opun to the Inspection of advertisers. The Manchester Guardian publlshi's statistics showing that about CO per cr-nt. of the looms ond sriltulles In tho Liui shlre and Cheshire cotton dlRtrlcts have stopped -or are working on short time. - - - Thanksgiving Proclamation. Washiinotov, Oi!t. 31. Tho l'rcsl. dent lias Issued the uhuuI jroi!luiiirt tlon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD. TA., NOVEMBER 5, 1878. G THE TIMES PENNSYLVANIA II. B.-1IIDDLS DIVISION On ami after JunSth, Trains ruuaafollows i WEHTWAtin. EASTWARD. Way U ill Aim). Fui l'i'u Tr'u. 1'ltlNotPAI. STATIONS. J'llB Ki. Mull Tr'u AH'. Hi m. A 00. A.M. 8.00 8 48 8.88 819 7.47 7.89 7 18 T (Ml 840 B.IU 8.114 KI. i.mJp.m.ip. m. .(HI, 1 .MO It. 110 H.I'J, 1.41 8.48 Harrlsbiirg, Rockvllle, ftlarysvllie, Diuiraiinou, llnily'n, Newport MllltTstOWTl, Thomtisout'u. Mexico,...,,... I'ort Hal.... P.M P.M. P.M 1.80 8. It IU.Iio, T.6H 1M 8.11 I. 0'J 8.M H.IIK, 8.16 8.81: 11.40 S.4ll 8.M H.W1! 7.10 II. (Mi 7.211 8.3:1 7.4H 8.1W MM .: 8.00 4.IHI 1 8M 11.88 13.991 T.80 I0.M .V( .(H 7. On M 8.(4 8.411 8. HO 8.18 8.10 8.116 P. In MCI1 S.4S S.M 111. 10 10.4.1 iUlrTlin ' IiOWlBlOW n J.. Anitiuson's,... McVnytnwn,.. ' N. IfniKlltnlt, . lltllitlnKilou... i Tyrnno, ....... Altoomi, 11.89 tl.04 8.40 8.4'.. 10.84 8 00 t.l. III. Ill 4 47 i I). 117 4.1 7. I'll 8. Ml 8.J8 8. Ml B.I,'. 3., ill 8.1a; A.M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), FA.. NOVEMBER 5, 1878. Tiouse," famTnFgaWenT We Invito eommuntrstlitiis from nil pprsnns w' "V6 intcroHtPil lu matters properly belonging to tins psrtinent. Frying Raw Potatoes. We thought we knew how to fry raw potatoes, but we found we were mistak en when a liuly friend who came to stop with us a few days convinced us she had a better way. And such a little differ ence there was In the cooking of them, too to make them so much nicer. The secret was In keeping them covered as they cooked, The potatoes were washed, pared and sliced thin, put to fry in a spider previ ously heated and buttered, the same as I was in the habit of doing; salted to taste, too, and to think that just keep ing them covered should make so much difference and improvement in the way of cooking them. They would come to the table so crispy and crusted, with scarcely a slice broken, owing to the care of handling, when being turned over. Oh 1 they are nice, and taste just as mother's di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA., NOVEMBER 5, 1878. Professional Cards. JE. JUNKIN. Attorney-at-Law, ( New Hloomllehl, Perryco., Va. - onioe Next door to the residence of Judge Juukln. 4ut AM. MARKEL. Attorney-Bt-Law, New llloomlleltl, Perry county, Pa. Office directly opposite the Post-UOlce, and adjoining the Mansion House. -f- BWI9 1'OTTKIl, ATXOHNEY AT 1-AAV, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEltRY CO.,rA. rnlalm nromntlv eeured collected Writings and all loRtil business carefully attend ed ta. 62 yl CHAKLE8H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Uloomtielil, Perry Co. Pa. tUOlfloewlth 0. A. Baruett, Esq., on Hld Street, north, side, nearly opposite the Presbyte rlaa Church. August 20, 172. "1TTM. A. 8PONBI.E11, Attorney-at-Law , YV Olllce adJolniiiR his residence, on East Main street, New liloouilleld, Perry cu.. Pa. 3 illy JOHN O. BHATTO, Burgeon Dentist, New Bloomlield, Perryco., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable Privbfllee at his residence on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 November 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. NOVEMBER 5,1878. A a4iTH' ItOBtltl.ltV. Loss Nearly $3,000,000. The New York papers of Inst week give the following account of the robbery of tlio Mitnbnttnn Havings Bnnk in that city. The bugluis entered the janitor's room, hand culled him and his wife, and forced him to surrender the keys of the vault and the secret of the combination of the lock. They then entered the vault, where they remained neatly three hours, breaking open the tta(e and rilling it of a part of its contents. They carried away $3,747,700 in bonds and U.O00 In cash. Of the bonds $2,500,700 are registered and $108,000 are payable to the order of the institution. The bank bus decided to take the beuellt of the sixty day's act In order to prevent a disastrous run. Louis Wreckle, the janitor, is a littlo old man, of no physical strength, and of appar ently less courage lie has been over 20 years In the employ of the bank, and was implicitly trusted. His wife is a sufferer from hear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

1 1 I pi 1 Wydli sir ,!l!i"l,liMii;illlli!ilil!,ll!lf BlWPi, VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJL., TTJESDlY, NOVEMBER 12, 1878. NO. 46. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLISHED BVERT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 SUBSCRIPTION P1UCB. (WITHIN THE COUNTY.) One Year 1 2 Six Months 75 (OUT OF THE COUNTY.) One Year. (Postage Included) II fO Hlx Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably in Advance I 9 Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. geledt Poeti'y. TIME TO ME. Time to me the truth hath taught, 'TIs a truth that's worth revealing, More offend, from want of thought, Than from any want of feeling. If advice we would convey, There's a timt we should convey it ; If we've but a word to say, There's a time In which to say it ! Many a beauteous flower decays, Though we tend it e'er so much j Something secret on it preys, Which no human aid can touch ! So, in many a loving breast, Dies some canker-grief concealed, That, If touched, is more oppressed, Left onto iteelf is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

BLOOM FIELD, PA., NOVEMBER 12, 1878. MRS. BRANDT'S BOARDER A TOUCHING STORY. HE CAME up the mountain road at nightfall, urging his leRn mustang forward wearily, and coughing now and then a heavy, hollow cough that told Its own story. There were only two houses on the mesa, stretching shaggy and sombre with grease-wood from the base of the mountain to the valley below. Two un palntcd red-wood dwellings, with their clumps of trolling pepper trees and tat tered bananas, mere specks of civiliza tion against a stern back ground of mountain side. The traveler halted be fore one of them, bowing awkwardly as the master of the house came out. " Mr. Brandt, I reckon." Joel Brandt looked keenly Into the stranger's face. Not a bnd face, certain ly ; sallow and drawn with suffering; one of those hopelessly pathetic faces barely saved from the grotesque by a pair of dull wistful eyes. Not that Joel Brandt saw anything grotesque or pathetic about the man. " Another sickly-looking strangerout slde,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8ENGKR TRAINS. May 12111, 1H7M. I'RAINH LEAVE HAKItlHBURU A8 FOLLOWB For New York, at 8.20, 8.10 a.m. loop. m and 7.M p. m, , For Philadelphia, at 8.20, 8.10, 9.46 a.m. 2.00 and 3.n7 p. in. For Heading, at 5.2(1, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. and 2.00 3.57 and 7.55. For Pottsvllle at 5.20, 8.10 a. in., and 8.57 B. m.. and via Koliuylktll and Husquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn via 8. ft fi. Hi', at 5.80 a. m. For Allcntown, at6.20, 8.10a. in., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.65 p. in. l'lie 5.20, 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., trains have through earn lor New York. The 6.20, a. in., and 2.oo p.m., trains have through cars (or rhiladelphla. RUN DAYS : For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Alleiilown mid Wav Htatlons at 5 2d a. m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way ftlatintiat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS l)U HAItlMRIHJltQ, LEAVE AB FUI. LOWS : T.eavo New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.L!0and 7.4.i p. in. Leave I'lillndolphla, at 9.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

4 THE TIMES. yew Bloom field, Xov. l'iy 1878. NOTICE TO AIIVK11TI8KK8. No Out or RtMvmtyp will bo limerted in thta per nnlftflR llKht fftod anil uu m bsso. IWTwenty pr cunt. In otrewi of rwil' rntPB, will beohtnrtHl for ilvi!rUiMiient net in Double Column. NOTICE TO SIlinWfttlBEKK. I.aak t tho flmiroi on tlie Ibl of your prr. ThonKiiifiirpMtell vou lh ditto lo wlilrh nnrnii. unrlvilnn IkiiiiIiI. Within il wenk; iut iiionoy l tint, II the ilut H okuwed. No other receipt ll ueoenHftrv. The present Circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list is always opon to the inspection of advertisers. In the Westchester district, New York, the successful candidate for Con gress died Just after the polls closed, and before he learned of his success. Bridgeport, November 8. In the case of Mrs. Alexander to-day, after fifty minutes' deliberation the jury re turned a verdict of guilty of murder in the second degree. The prisoner was then sentenced to imprisonment for lif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

Till: TIMES, NUW BLOOMl'IULl). l'A., NOVUMllKU 12, 1878. V THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA II. R.-MIDDU DIVISION. On unit after JuuetlSth, Trains ruiiM fellows i WKHTWAKI). KAHTWAHB. War; Mull A''U. t'ass.Tr'u Tr'u I'RIHmt'AL HrATIONR. J'ltaiMalliAt.l'.l MITI. Kx. i'ir'u, hi. Ana. A. Hi P.M.Il1. V. l.llOi II. ail 1.43 M I.M IH i iml n.m 9 HI I 6 ill 1.43 S.M: i.Ml T in I.OHI t.M B 3' 7.44 I.9VI ,M l l S.UO 41.00 i 4.7 ; 4.IM t.so I 6. IK I .0 I A.M. tm M4 KM 5 til 1 li t no 6 40 Sh:i tut IlnrrlnlitirK, Knckvllle, Mnrysvllle, tiiinrnmiim. linlly's Newport, Mllli'mtowtl, Thiiiiiiiut'u. Mcilcn,.. l'ort Uny.... Mifflin I.ewlMtnwn J., Andersen's,... McVcvtnwn... r.w 1.8U a. is i6.64 a.n I.OTi IH' f si SSHI H. 18 ii.nl tWI 10.90 ft. (Ml H 'Jtl H.ltl . .m in 0.4V .10, . mi 9 III IHi IN III. Ill 11.041 1.40, S.ti I 11.14 11.41) 1(1. IM t.OD 1. in 111 III 1 J7l N. Hamilton, llil htlmrilnn,. 19.90 9.87, 4.1(1 . ll S Ml H.M Still; I ft. 15 1.50 ft.lt I 1 A.M. JVM.iP.M. I:1S 1 ymn AlllMHI r.u P.H.I er-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELI), PA., NOVEMBER 12, 1878. . i? -iv. m JiOUSEV FARM AND GARDEN.. We Invite enmniniili'atlmm from nil wrnn wlm are IntiroMtpil iu iimttMi-B pruperiy blnin'(f t tle prLimmt. Horse Blsoult. The Prussian Government, hntnedl ately nfter tlie war with France, ct about Inventing gome kind of fornge for horses which should he more portable and nutritious than any before la use. After numerous experiments this seems to have been accomplished In the prep aration of a biscuit consisting of thirty parts of flour.thlrty parts "dextrlnatcd" pea meal, thirty parts rye Hour, and ten parts linseed meal. This may be varied as follows: forty parts of out flour, forty parts of dextrlnated pea meal, and twen ty pin ts of linseed meal; or twenty parts of peu meal, twenty parts of wheat Hour, twenty parts corn meal, twenty parts of rye Hour, ten parts of grated bread and ten parts of linseed meal. As the renult of experiments It Is found that four pounds of these mixtures, well ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD. PA., NOVEMBER 12, 1878. Professional Cards. JK. JUNKIN, AMornjr-M.w. , New llloonilleld, Perry oo., Pa. o nice Next door to tbe residence ol Judge JmiKlll. 4611 AM. MARKEl,, Attorney-at-Law, Mew llloomlluld, Perry county, P. l-af Office directly opposite the Poat-OQlce, and adjoining the Mansion House. T Kwia rOTTKH, AXTO UN E Y AT UW , NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1'EUKY CO..PA. WOlalms promptly secured oolleoted Writings and all lenul buHiness carefully attend ed to. 2 yl CIIARLKSH. RMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. .omoewlth O. A. Burnett. Esq., on IllKh Mtreot, north slde.nearly opposite the Pr'tyte. rlim Uliuroh. August 21), W72. WM. A. SPONHI.ER, Attorney-at-Law, onice adjolnhiR his residence, on East Main street, New Bluomfleld, Perry co., Pa. 8 ly JOHN O.SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist , New UluonilleUt, Perryoo., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical aud Surgical Dentistry done lu the best manner, and at reasonable PrM.')nice at his residence one door Easto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 November 1878

8 A Curious Suit for Damages. A judgment ngftlrut 4 railway itiperlu tondotit, iu an action for assault and bat tery, bus been reversed by the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, because the plaintiff's counsel, In bis argument to the jury, as sumed facts to bave been proved concerning wblch no evidence bad been taken, and also appealed to prejudices foreign to anything In proof. Thore was no testimo ny whatever concerning the ability of tho defendant to pay what are called punitive or exemplary dnmages, yet the counsel for the plaintiff endeavored to supply this want by arguing that as the defendant was in the employ of A great corporation, and that corporation was wealthy and powerful, he was therefore able to pay any judgmout that might be obtained against him. Pro per exceptions were takeu,and the Supreme Court says that enough nppears ou tho record to show not only that the loarned coutiRol commented on faots not in evidouco, but that in effect, though not a witness, be testified to fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 November 1878

VOL. XII. NJUAV BLOOMPIELD, IJ.A.., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1878. NO. 47. THE TIMES. kn Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PDDUSnED EVERT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UB8CRIPTtOK V 11 ICE. (WITHIN TUB COUNTY.) One Year tl 2S Six Months 75 (OUT OF THE COUNTY.) One Year, (Postape IneludPd) tl fO Six Mouths, (Postage Included) 83 Invariably lu Advance I V Advertising rates furnished upon appll tiou. Adventures at a Pic-Nic. JOHN MEYERS loved Florry Castle, the prettiest and the most bewitch ing girl In Borovllle, a place noted fur and wide for the beauty and intelligence of its ladies. Horry's father was the wealthiest merchant in town, and John was life clerk. Now do not Imagine I am going to repeat the oft-told story of the princess, for if you do you will be disappointed. .John was Horry's equal in everything save one respect. While she was the the most careless, romping, fun-loving .young ludy in the world she had at tained to the mature age of seventeen John was the most diffiden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 November 1878

o THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., NOVEMBElt 19, 1878. The Whaler's Last Cruise. HAVE come to Bay good-bye, 1 Dorothea." The speaker wag a man who was known as the best whaler in New Bed ford, and he uttered his words in the presence of a handsome girl, whose con fused manner told that they were giving her pain. He stood near her, hat In hand, and was looking Into her flushed face with iinuch anxiety and fear. " Aren't you going to sny something, girl V" he Mild, vexed with her silence, for she stood over the flower-pots utter ing not a word in reply to him. " Ours is going to be a long cruise; for whales are becoming scarce. I may not return for three years." " Three years I" she echoed, starling. " That's a long time." " Yes, but It might not seem long to me, if if-" " Tray go on, Mr. Mayard." " If I but knew that Dorothea Kyle loved me. There, you have It nt last, girl ! I knew that I must tell you be fore I left for the North." Again the eyes of the fair young girl fell to the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 November 1878

8 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. nay 12th, 1878. TRAINS LEAVE H ARRISBURU AS FOLLOW B Kor New York, at 8.20, 8.10 a.m. 2.00p.m., and 7.5S p. m. Kor i'liilailelphla, at 8.20, 8.10, 9.48 a.m. 2.00 and 8.87 p. in. Kor Heading, at 8.20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 3.57 and 7.88. For Potmvllle at 6.20. 8.10 a. m.. and 8.67 . in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via H. & S. Br. at 8.30 a. m. Kor Allentown, at6.20, 8.10a. in., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.55 p. m. The 5.20, 8.10 a. m., and 7.85 p. ni., trains have through cars for New York. The 6.20, a. m.. and 2.oo p.m., train have through cars lor i'liilailelphla. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20a. m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Statlousat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS KOR II ARKISBUKG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. in., 1.00, 5.30and 7.45 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 4.00, nud 7.20 p. m. Leave Hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 November 1878

4 THE TIMES. JVew liktom.field, Nov. 19, 1S7S. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. No Out or Stereotype, will ho Inserted InthH rler unless UkM. faee and on metal liaae. Twenty per eent. in eseena of regular rates, will be chawed lor advertisement set In Double Ooluuiu. NOTICE TO SUH!CHIIERS. I.ooli at the Omrcs on Hie label of your paper. rhom nnri'WI vnu rhn rinreto wlilrli yonrmili. irlplton KpnM, Within 3 week; niter money Is eul, see II the dute la chained. No other receipt is necoMearv. Mr The '.present Circulation of THE TIMES exoeeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. OUR OFFER FOR 1879. For the year 187(1 we impose to furnish Tub Times to-slniile subscribers ami clubs at the following rates, payable In advance : Oi'T op -mi? County. SlncVo Copies, (postage included) I 1 EO 1'IVB 7 Oil Ten 12 HO Twenty ,. 23 00 Tho person netting up clubs of ten or more will be entitle! to an extra copy free. Tun Times rou Nothing. 1'ersoiis subscri...

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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