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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

UKS lt.fi s" .-.-l?'-'-: - , MIS. 1 mm m VOL. XT. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, u rrBi.isimi) KVEitr tijbsiut dt f. Mortimer & co. Subscription Price. Withlu the County " ' " Mix months Out of the County, Including post hup. " " ' six IllolltllS " ... II " 1 (M) sr. Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. PETER'S RIDE TO THE WEDDING. Peter would ride to the wedding he would So he mounted his ass and hid wife She was to rldebehlnd, It she could, " For," says Peter, " the woman, she should Follow, nut lead, through life. " He's mighty convenient the ass, my dear, And proper, and safe and now You bold by the tail, while I hold by the ear. And we'll rldeto the kiik In time, never fear, If the wind and the weather allow." The wind and the weather were Pot to be blamed, Tint the ass had adopted the whim That two at a time was a load never framed For the back of one ass, and lie seemed quite ashamed That two should stick fast upon him. ' 'Co...

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. — 13 March 1877

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, VA., MAKCIl 13, 1877. The Deacon's Indian Summer. DEACON JAHIKL BRADEN WAS u solemn, Industrious, uprlglitninn, but wis as kind as one well could be wlio luid lived bo far apart from lils fellows a lie llllll. In his youth he hud .been one of the rural dandles of the region and the chief dean of his native town, driving the fastest horses and lending oil' at the vil lage sports; whether halls, quillings, weddings or slelgh-lldes. When about twenty-five years old, however, n sudden blight had fallen on Ms spirits for which no one could ac count. lie hnd danced half the night in wild lec ut ft wedding, played games of all sorts, helped serve the guests from iounllfully-laden tables, kissed thebvlde s?ave her as a wedding present his best cow, with a white heart shaped spot on her forehead, and then went home full of glee. Next morning he looked as if tlfly years had been added to his age. He now put himself to work earnestly laying out cranberry meadows and ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

rturtu TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PA., MARCH 13, 1877. RAILR OAD8 . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKAM3EMENT OF l'ASSENGEK THAIN8. November 2Slh, 1H7G. TKAIN8 LEAVE HARKIsnLKa AS FOLLOWS: For New York, at 5.20, S.16 a. m. 2.00 and 7.M n. m. HVr Philadelphia, at 6.20, MO, 9.45 a.m. MO ni 8.57 i. in. For Headline, lit 5,20, 8.10, 0.45 a. 111. 2.00 S.W and 7.55 p. in. . For l'ottsvlfie at. 5.20. 8.10 a. m., init Wp, m.nd via ttcliuylkill and Husiiuehanna Branch For" AHentown, at 5.20, 8.10 a. in., 2.00, S.57 and T. 56i. m. . ' The 5.20, it 10 a. m. 2.00 p.m. and 7.65 p. m. trains have fhrminh ears for New York. The 5.20, 8.10 a. in., and 2.00 p. m. tralrs have through cam for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 5.20 a. ni. For AHentown mid Way ttmtions at f..20a. m. For Heading, rkiladi'lpliia and Way (JtHtlons at 1.45p. m. TRAINS FOR KARHIHBURO, LEA VB AH FOL LOWS ! Leave New York, at 8.4d a. m 1.00, 5.30 and T.4fp. in. Leave I'lillaAelphla, at 0.15 a. n. 3.40, and l.'iv p. in...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW 1JL0OMFII5LD, PA., MAUCU 13, 1877. THE TIMES. New liloomfleia, Marvh 13, 177. XOTICK TO ADVKKT1SKUS. Mo On I or flti-rtvi will b timei'ted in this pnnr cnleon Utrht fact aud ou metal base. $WTwnty tr pent, in fTrnnn or mrulnr ratM, will bflCharMTdtnradvoitiBeintntB netiu loubl (Julumn. NOTICE TO rHIlPHIUBEKH. liAoh nt 111 flertm'" nn flip Idbi-l nf yonr iHpir, Th.w.'UM-iircR t-ll vmi ihfi itaie to nlilcti yoitrnitb criptlo N imlri. UHlim 3 week alter money In nt, m It the dut ia c burned. No othr rwcelpt la uocnHKtry. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information of advertisersnnd o-there who may be interested in know ing, w will state that the present circu lation of The Times isbetween eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. To-day 1b election day in Kew Hamp shire. Three members of Congress are to be chosen. Both Houses of the Pennsylvania Legislature have agreed to adjourn on 23rd March, to re-assemble on the first Tuesday of January next year. We have rece...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH 13, 1877. 0 THE TIMES. IrO&il Dcph.rtncit. riNNSTLVANIA &. R. MIECLE DlVISIoir. Ob aud after November 17th, Trains inn as follows t WEBTWAllD. EASTWARD. Way Mail Arc., PntxciPAt, 11 't iMll' Atl'.i Mm. PiMiTr'n Tr'u Stations. I Ki. Tr'n fcx. Aue. S.mJp.M.'p.M P.M. P.M.Ip.M, A. M. 8. 811 8.2U 8.11 7. 68 7.89 7.10 7.07 6.54 K.37 U t.36 S.OO a.ia 121 a m a Harrlsbiira:. H.ckvllls Maryavllla, Inincanuon, Daily's, Ne wport Mllleratnttn, XhimipHont'B. Mexico,...,.... Port Itoyai.... MlfTlln :f? 8. IH 11.116 4 HII 1ft M 1.4 .47 t.M (14. A. Ill 12. M VMI I 3d 40 I K I.H 12:22! .M. 10. 03 9.20 !.&0: 7.1(1 8.11) 7.9S s.lsl 7.4D 1.33 7 .K1 J..K) (.00 1.64 4.98 4.47i 6.33 S.SV ly.iwi a. 4-: 11. 17 6.80 11.41 I) ID' 11.381 8.10 1I.S3 .ll! 15 11.04. 4.40. 8.51 10. M .! .3i! 10 111 4 47 .07; 4.111 t.nd S.f.O 8.2D 8M a. IS: 3.50 (LIS 9.8S f.4 ft u u.4si 11.14 11.40 AlfMnoe'M,... McVHyt'rlvu, nrintnvnou, FyTear, Altooua 1.15 I.M P.M P.M.I A.M. P.M. P...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., MAltClI 13, 1877. HOUSE, FARM AND7 GARDEN. For The Times. A Lcllcr from Kansas. Watkh Vii.iiK, KntiniH, Feb. ilnt,lhT". Mr. Ktlltor: A ft render of your val uable iMipcr, 1 thought I would drop j oif ti few line from thU part of Knnsits tin J lmvcflM yet never Keen uny mention miulo of Mamhnll i-ouiity, Ktuifmtt In your paper, but hnvo Keen letters from other iwrt. I also wtw a notice in the last paper which I received that a man lier of persons In yourvlclnlty had went to hear from an agent of the A. T. & H. Fe It. H., with regard to Kansas lands. Without disputing anything tlnd. sai.t agent may have said, I should like to say a few words with regard to lands and also with' regard to railroads. In the first place, every railroad, on far as I can learn that has lieen built In Kansas (with the exception of some extensions and some branch roads recently built), has received a land grant. The C. II. U. P., from Atchison to Waterville, a distance o...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

THE .TIMES,. NEW .DL00MF1EL1), PA., MARCH IB. 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE 1 Cheapest and Best I THE HAltKIHMJHO Dailv and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. Ttt H now milwaribpr and to all pnntMit nlwrrrtwri ' riiuwlutliflr milmrrttloi)N THE DAILY PATH 10 T Will be sent at tils follonitm- rstrs I I copy. 1 year, posMyrv prei'ttiii.... aouplc, uu ciui)), BT.oti I1.UI a;. mi HI ll I copy durbar the session nf the Iiimlutiire sou I winy, 1 ymr, mid 1 copy, I cr. "I cither II as mhi'm Monthly or lUnet'.H's IUzik, eoetiifc paid ou both $VJ5 THE WEEKLY PATRIOT ' Will hp oent at the fullnwlnjr rntra : J copy, 1 yenr, HritaPre,l,iitt fri OO iiii's ,;' tU " " " lo w 15 " iind 1 ropy tn ttfr -tip of Huh ; lR.mi 26 flnplM, I yvar jtiwtimr prepaid, una I copy to wetter. up of club 92.00 1 copy, out yar, and one copy, oun year, uf liiMltT HAKfrB'H MONTHLY OT HAHPKU'H liA- ?:ar, oohuko pr-cpaUl (month , $4.5(1 Tlio miiwrription prioo of littrpt'r'H MonHily iiml HuriMT'H Bazar in tft 4.IH) each, thiiH Rcrnrlii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 March 1877

8 THE TIMES NEW liLOOM FIELD j 1AM MARCH L'U877. The Sexes In Heaven. The Hov. E. It. Koyos preached to tlie Gospel numbor of twelve persons in the Hwedenborglan Church, at Uommunlriaw and Crescent avenues, .lorsoy City, Inst Sunday. "Rome," he said, "never twinoda wreath df celestial llowers for Uynien's hrow, novor chanted n heavenly cpitli alamium, never overshadowed the nuptial couch with roverent wings, never diffused notifying power to exoroiso the Genii who invade and dnseorato its mysteries. It leaves the sweetost of nil human niTsct tion in the grave, whore the body perishes and inscribes the sentence of everlasting oblivion upon its mute remains. Protes tantism is corporeal, llymen is not ropro twnted by it with winged cherubs or hymning seraphs, but with boasts and creeping things. It marries for time, it , divorocs for eternity. It denounces as carnal the doctrine of the union of two, kiudred chastities into one boalitude. It is no church of Ood. It was left for fiwedenb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

yf - i,i(ijii!iii.iiMhiiiiiii'iiiiwiiiiiiii'ii'iUi,i.i!ir VOL. XI. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1JA., TtJKSDA.Y, MVKOII ao, 1877. NO. 12. i THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, ' IS rUIUiIflllRD EVKltY TUESDAY. BT F. MORTIMER & (X). Subscription Prloe. Within Die County II HI x month r Out et the County, Ineludlnt: postage, 1 ro " " tlx mouth " 85 Invariably In Advance I Si- Advertising rate furnished upon apnll ratlun. gcledt Poctr:v. THE STRANGER ON THE SILL. Between broad fields of wheat and corn, It the lovely homo whore I was born ) The peach tree leans against the wall, And the woodbine wanders over all There Is the shaded doorway still . Hut a stranger's foot has crossed the sill. There is the barn and, as of yore, I can smell the hay from the open door, And see the busy swallows throng, And hear the pewee's mournful song, But the stranger comes, U I painful proof His sheaves are piled to the heated roof. ! There Is the orchard the very trees, That knew my childhood so well to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., MAltCll 20, 1877. MARRIED IN THE DARK. TIIH CASK of Mary K. Knox and n young nmn named Merrltt, near New York, h a very singular one, ami ,vct I lie duHt covered legal records; of Michigan tell of a ease Btlll more ulti gular. Miss Knox was engaged to a young man named Merrltt, the day was set for the nifpllalH, they drove away together and were married, and now Merrltt vows lie wan not the bride-groom. Sho vows that he wan, hut cannot prove It, and both make out a pretty good ease. One may well nrgue thnt he ought to know whether he ever married a certain young lady or not, and she said lady may well argue that she ought to know the man who rode to the clergyman's with her, stood up beside her, made his responses In due form, and drove her hack home. These arguments arc what mystify the Knox case. Now for one more singular: About twenty years ago there lived In central AKchlgan a curious old Ileuedlct named Dodsworth. At the age of fifty he married ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

THE TIMES, RAILROA D 8 . PHILADELPHIA MD KEATING rTr. ARRANGEMENT OP I'AHSRNCIKR TRAINS. November JiStli, 1870. TRAINS LEAVE II AltHIBBUHO AflFOI.LOWBi For New York, at (1.20. B.lOa. m. J.00 and 7.53 p. m. Fur I'liiladelptila, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.43 a.m. 2.(4 and 3.57 p. m. ' . For , Reading, at 5.20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. 2.00 3.fi7 ahd 7.6") p. m. For Poltsvlfle nt 8.20. S.10a. m.. and 3.57 p. inland via Schuylkill mid Susquehanna Branch VorU Alloiitown, at 8.20, 8.10 a. m., too, 3.R7 and 7. 6fi. ni. ..... The 6.20, a. 10 a. m. 2.00 p.m. and 7.55 p. in. trains have through cars for New YorK. The 8.20, 8.10 a. in., and 100 p. m. trains have through cars for riilladelnhla. SUNDAYS : For New York, at 6.20 n. in. For Allentown and Way Stations at 5.20 a.m. For Reading, I'htladeltihla and Way Stations at 1.45p. m. TRAIKHKOR HARRlRrH'ltO, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.C0, 5.S0 and 7.45p. m. Iave l'hllalt'lhla, at 9.15 a. in. 4.40, aud T.2t p. ni. Iave Reading, at 4.40,7.4...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA.,MAKOII'20, 1877. THE TIMES. New liloomfleld, March 20, 1S77. NOTICK TO AOVKIIT1SEKS. No Cat or Rti'rintyr will lw Inserted tu tlila iier tmlean lli?ht face ami on metal ba". Twenty iht emit, in eirem of nirulr mt, will beohanwdtorailvprMHriiwutn not In liiiiililflColuinu. NOTICE TO HI HrtCIt IBEUS. Inuk lit tho flinirp on tlm tatwl nf your miir. Thnantlininw tell vnu ihn rime In vrlilcli ynnr nb acrtlilloii I linltl. WHIim a nwlm aili-r niomj In eut, It' the date la dimmed. No other receipt la uerewmri'. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information of nilverUsersund others who may lit' Interested In know ing, we will state that the present circu lation of The Timks is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. The Democratic caucus at Hurrisburg has nominated Hon. A. H. Dill as the 'Democratic candidate for the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by Cameron's resignation. Hon. Simon (Jamkkon lias resigned his position as United...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAltCH 20,1877. 5 THE TIMES. To&il DciiJu'tii)crt. PENNSYLVANIA B. 8. MIDDLE DIVISION. On nl after November J7th, Train run as follows l EASTWARD. WESTWARD. Way Mall Arc.1 PassTr'n Tr'u .M. P.M. P. M. 8.UU; 1.28 8.30 8.11 I. KM 6 131 1.47 1M 8:H 8 .04 8. Ill 8.68 J.S6 6.40 .m s.ss B.rva (1.20 9.S4) 7.10 H. H3 8. Oil 7.3H S.48 8.18 T.4il 954 8. '21 1M 10.10 s.:m 8.0U 1U.42 I.M, I n.i4 i.as' : 11.40 4.47, 13.20 S.2Y , lib o.js: ' I. 7.16 F.H. P.M.I Plllltrir-AL HTATIONS. ll.K-hvilln, Maryaville, llum-aiinou. Daily's Newpr.rt Mlllcratowii, 'I'lt.iKiniKiiit'n Mexleo ' Fort K ijal.... Mifflin 1 I.ewtHtdttTi J.,' Aiidermi'w,...l MuYeytown,..1 N. Hamilton, ., lluntiiiKdun,..! Tyrone ; Aitooua i J'tniMail'Atl'. Ki. iTr'u Ex. r.si. r.m. r.., 1.80 8.18 11.06 1 17! 7.IW ! iwi 7.80' 13. Ml 7.30 I0.SH IS.M1 7.08 la.aji sm lo.m 12. (Ifl 0.421 n.67 e.mi 11 41 6.18 n m I In. II lag' 06 is: 11.04; 6.40, 8.01 10.34 .03 J.571 111 III 4 47 9.87! 4.16 7. 3H 8.80 8.26 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

.0 THE TIMES NEW BL0OMFIEL1), PA., MARCH 20,1877. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Churning Good Butter. Churning i-renm to ninko good butter Id Dot so finiplu a jirM as some mny think. It nnist he churned nt the proper time and at the proper temperature, and the churn should he stopped as oon aa the cream has broken, hut before the butter lias gathered In large halls. In warm weather it Is of great importance to watch the process closely and to notice jtt( irktn this change Is to take place. At this time add enough cold water (not Ice) to reduce the temperature of the mass to about 5(1 or OH degrees and then complete the churning, which will be as soon as the butter is in a granulated form, with particles about the Mz of peas. Then draw off the buttermilk . and dash in cold water, repeating the washing until the water drawn off ap pears clear. Now take out. n layer of butter into the tray, and sprinkle on finely sifted salt, at the rate of about an ounce of salt to the pound, (more or less ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

THE TIMES,- NEW BLOOMFIELB, PA., MA11CH20, 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE 1 Cheapest and Best! THE HAMUSlHJim Daily and Weekly Patriot ' FOR 1877. To ll urir ftiitwcrllwrfl nd to ait present ulmeribm TnpwiiiK Uiclr nutmcriittiuuii THE DAILY PATRIOT, WU1 pnt at th following rat : I copy, 1 yor, iohuk itrupalU t7.n 8ooiIi. On club). " " J2 & " t?.h to " " " W oe 1 cntijr durliifr th nnwicm of tho IwlUtiirtt a.oo 1 copy, I year, tnd I ropy. 1 yw. of rittwr Hah. i'KHrdMoNtHLtor Habi-ku'i Uakah, IHMtAKtt paid on both. "3 THE WEEKLY PATRIOT Will bft flnt at the following rat ; 1 copy, 1 year, otaK prepaid , 9300 4oopfen1 " ' WOO lu " " " lo.oo 15 ' " ' and t ropy to (fPttr-npof chib.... 1R.00 25 cnniwi, i year pimtiure piTpuld, aud 1 copy tofrettfir.upof club , 28.(10 I ropy, ouo your, and ona copy, one year, of elthtur Harpkii'i Monthly or Haiiprh'h Ba zar, poNtAKe pr-epHid ou both , $4 0 The suoHcrlptinn price of Hnrprr'a Monthly and 'Harper'H Bazar tn 44.08 each, time nertiriwc a mihw;rl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 March 1877

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAliClI 20, 1877. Balls in Place of Birds. Captain A. H. I5o(rardiiB, of Klkhart, 111., champion wing shot, has tnado a nintcli of nove! clinrncter with a prominent cltzen of New Vjik. lie lias bet )00 even that he will break 1,000 glass balls in 2 hours ami forty minutes, the balls to be sprung from threo or four traps, tlioiili only one ball to be sent into the nir nt a time. Tbo shooter will stand eighteen yards from the traps, and no ball to be counted unless broken before Striking the ground. It is also stipu lated that Dogardus shall use one gun throughout the match, unless the gun be comes disabled, wheu another gun can be chosen. Two sets of barrels are allowed und he will confine himself to 'lj ounco shot. In order to give the people of that city and vicinity an opportunity of witness ing this trial against time, skill and endur ance, Gilmore's Garden has been engaged for Friday evening, 16th Inst., when the shooting will take place. This i...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

iff ir&Aif vr j ssjj mum Vj sum, hik w rpuT&m 7? "Ml'?, V: "!!' fir " (. VOL. XI. THE TIMES. 4b Independent Family Newspaper, is ruBLtsnao bteiit Tuesday rt T. MOliTlMEtt & CO. ' Subscription Price. Within the County, $1 2r " ' ' Hit months 7fi Out of the County, Ini'tinllnn postage, 1 6(1 - ." " six mouths T' IS ' Invariably In Advance I ta- Advertising rates furnished upon apuli eatlon. YAWOOJJ STItATJHS. , . I1T CHARLES r. ADAMS, I baf von faany leodle poy, Not gomes schust to mlno knee ; Der queerest s chap, der Greatest rogue As efer you dtt see ; Be runs, und sehnmps, und scbmashea dings In all barts of der house But tot off dot t be vas mine son, ' Mine leedle Tawcob Strauss. He get der measles und der mumbs, Und eferyding dot's oudt He spills mine glass of larger bier, Foot scbnnff indo mine kraut He fills mine pipe mit Limburg cheese Dot vas der roughest chouse; I'd dake dot rrom no Oder poy But leedle Tawcob Strauss. He dakes der milk ban for a durum, Und cuts ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH 27, 1877." away. Thtil wus the end of It nil. Mr. Moytl." " You mean that Hlmnis' murderer wai never found V" "Never," Mild Benrdsley, "though tlelectlvA were .brought down from Ulohmond and set on .the track. Their theory a plausible one enough too was that Hlmms had been followed from New York by men who knew the large num he carried from the race!, and that they had robbed und murdered him, and readily escaped through the swamps." " It never wag my belief," wild Dr. Hcheller, " (hat he wits murdered at all. ft was hinted that he had Mopped In a ambling house in New York, and there luMt w hatever sum he had won at the noes; and that rather than meet bin family In debt, and penniless, he blew out his brniiiH In the first lonely place to which he came. That explanation was hiln enough." " What was the end of the slory so far as Miss Wurlng In concerned r"' I nslied. " Unfortunately, it never him had an. end," said Mrs. lJeardsley. " The mys lery...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFJELI), PA.., MARCH .37, 1877. RAILR OAD3 . PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANGEMKNT OF PA8SKNGEK TRAIN H. November 2Sth, IS7. TRAINS LEAVE II A RKIHBUKO AH FOM.OWB 1 For New York, at 8.20, (.10 a. m. 8.00 and 7.54 p. m. Vor Philadelphia, at 0.20. .10, 9.45 a.m. i. CO an.1 8.57 p. in. For Reading, at 6.20, S.10. 9.4ft a, Hi. 100 J.S7 and 7.66 p. m. ..... Kor Fottsvlfle at 6.20. K.10a.m.. and 8.57 p. in., and via bohuylklll and 8usiuehauua Branca at 4.40 p. in. . . . For Allentown, at 5 20, .10 a. in., 2.00, 8.67 and 7. ftfip. m. The 6.20,8.10a. m.2.00 p.m. and T.Mp.m. train have through ears for Mev. Ifork. The 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and 2.00 p. m. train havs through cars for Flilladeliihla. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.20 a. m. Kor Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20a.m. Kor Keadlntf, Philadelphia and Way Stations at 1.45p. ni. TRAINS FOR HARRISBt'ltO.l.EAVK AS KOI. LOWS I Leave New York, at M.I a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.4fp. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.1V a. in. 3.4...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

4 TllK-TtMKS NEW ItLOOM FIELD,1 VA MAHCll 27, 1877. THE TIMES. New liloomfleld, March 27, 177. NOTICK TO AnVEUTlSEItS. Mo Out or Mrrrotyi rll! t liiMtd In thla ier alMw lltf lit fane nuil nu melal bae. SWTwpnty rr crtit. in etpewi or rotrnlar mim, will be chanced (or advertlMmioiiW aet In Double Ouliuuii, NOTICE TO NlIIIMC'ttlBERM. I.eok st the flirun-" on the Isbol of your I'lwt T,hi,.lirnrv tell vnu the date m wlilrli your sub I'rlptlan Is pnld. Within alter iimney li ut, ao If lli ilkto la ckatured. No other receipt la ueirpmiry. OUR CIRCULATION. For tlie Information of mlvortlwraand others who tuny be Interested In know ing, we will state that the present circu lation of The Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. An Extra Session of Congress Is called to meet June 4th. Tun Pennsylvania legislature last Wed nesday elected Don Cameron to succeed his father as II, 8. Henator. The Pennsylvania legislature has ud Jtfurned until the first Tuesday In J...

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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