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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

1 I l 1AQ JJML . . .' 1 I, iiill.HIMIIiTM'lHW NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, jAISTTJAHY 14, 1879. VOL. XIII. NO. 3. ilk : ; m m. WMmMm$mi THE TIMES. in Independent family Newspaper, 18 PtJBLISHBD SVBRT TCBSDAT Bt F. M011TIME11 & CO. SUBSCK1PTION 1MIICK. (WITHIN TUB COONTT.) One Tear 1 Six Months "5 (OUT OF TBI OOUMTT.) ilia Year, (PfntuRe Included) $1 TO li Mouths, (Postage Included) , S5 Invariably In Advance I mw Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $ele5t Poetfy. TIRED MOTHERS. A little elbow leans upon your knee, Tour tired knee that has so much to bear A child's dear eyes are looking lovingly From underneath a thatch of tangled balr. Perhaps yon do not heed the velvet touch Of warm, moist fingers, folding yours so tight Yon do not prize this blessing overmuch, Ton are almost too tired to pray to-night. But it Is blessedness I A year ago I did not see it as I do to-day j We are so dull and thankless and too Blow To catch the sunshine till it slips away. And now It s...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

THE TIMES, NEW lVLOOMFlELD, PA.. JANUAltY 14, 1871). of lind died at Mrs. Burkhardt's. Mr. Stanley bad, lils attorney owned, been frantic on receiving this news, and bad immediately commenced preparations to come to tills country, when he was taken worse. lie had, however, left bU a flairs In perfect order, and his wishes clearly expressed. " I was to make Inquiries not only of Mrs. Burkhardt," the gentleman said, " but also of the physician and gentle man who ntteuded Mrs. Paulier lu her last Illness ; also any physician or cler gyman In the neighborhood who might be supposed to know anything of the matter. I was to search the records of deaths was even to examine the grave where the lady is said to be burled." " There is then great importance at tached to the fact of Mrs. Paulier's death 1"' the doctor asked quietly." "Yes, sir," the lawyer replied, closely observing the effect of his words. "Mrs. Taulier was Mr. Stanley's first cousin, and, if living, by his death Bhe becomes hei...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA. JANUARY 11,' 1879. 8 R A I LROA D8 PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSKNQKK TRAINS. Nov. lOth", 1878. "RAINS LKAVK UA1UU8BUKO AS FOLLOWS For New York, at A. 20, 8.10 a.m. 2.00p. m. and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at (.20, 8.10, 0.46 a.m. 2.(10 n it 4.00 p. in. . . For Heading, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45a. m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.rft. For Pottsvllle at 8.20, S.10 a. m., and 4.00 p. in., and via Schuylkill and Husquehauua branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via 8. 8. Br. at 8.80 a. m. For Allentown, at 5.20, 8.10 a. in., and at 2.00, 4.0B and 7.65 p. m. . . The 6.20, 8.10a.m and 7.55 p. m., trains have through cam lor New York. The 5.20, a. in., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS ! For New York, at 8.2(1 a.m. . . For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20a.m. For Rwadl ug, Philadelphia and Way rttatlontat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR KAKKlSnURO, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS r Leave New York, atM5 a. in., 1.00, 5.30 and 7.45 p. in. . Leave Philadelphia at 8....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

4 THE TIMES. Ifew Jtloomfleld, Jan. 14, 1879. NOTICK TO ADVERTISERS. Wo Ont or Rlrotyi will b Inserted In this pap' Halm llKht race aud ou metel Um. VTwfcntr jwr (wnl. Ill tccm of rnr ulsr rat, will be ohartred f r idvarttseiuenu sat In Double Colnnn. NOTICK TO BtmflCRIBKRH. t.ek t th fimm n h label of rmr psrwr. Those Mirureft tell von the dnt to wlilcw yon r sub erlplUn In Rnlri. Within wk sftor mony Is Mot, If lb data Is olwufred. Mo other receipt neoowKrr. Tho present Circulation of THE TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the inspection of advertisers. TnE Supreme Court of the United States baa decided tbat Congress 1ms the right to, legislate against polygamy in Utah. A colored Justice of the Teace lias sentenced a wealthy white man in Vir ginia to be whipped at the whipping post. The regular Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Editorial Association, will be held In the Senate Committee Booms, in the Capitol Buildings, Har risbiirg, Pa., at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

5 THE TIMES. raUNStLvJLNlA B. fi.-MIDELE DIVISION. On inductor Jumll9th, Trains run as follows i WE8TWA.HP. EASTWARD. Wiiyi Mali FiuwoirAL Stations. J'na Mali' Atl' Xr'nl Ex. miti. Aoc. Paa Tr'ui Tr'u P.. I 6.80 6.46 .M 11.18 0.4(1 U.Ml .IOj 7.381 t.4D 7.6'J .QUI r.w. r M.ir.H A.M. t.UO S.ll Rarriwburir, Hix-k'vlll. Mavyavlllft, Punannou, llally'a Nowpurt, MlllcrMnwn, 'i'bouipaout'n Mexico,,. Port Iloyat.... Mifflin v. LuwlfitoWU J. 1.80 S.lt;ig.M 1.43 i m s.w 8.45 B3S 8.H 7.47 7.81 7 18 700 8 10 8.8K 8.115 B.21 I! 31 5.61 in . tf.3.1 im V.M llUll M.12 11.53 ll.tt .8U 16. iO 1.051 i. si 1.4.1 J .69 .(W 8.211 8.3U . 6.54 t.M 8.43 t.m: 8.16 a io it. 11. IK 6. oh: s.io 4.UO 5.40 S.9 I I.0H 8.11 ; AnclrM-antri,... ' Mr:V-ytnwlt,. !. Hamilton,, ' HnntliiKiton,. Tyrone , Altoona, II, . 11.40 4.J7' 4.6): .: 8. si. 7. Sill r-.M.I 10.IQI 4 471 .87 4.161 J.Wi 8. 6(1: .'.' 8.60. 8.16; 3 0 8.16 A.k, r-.ai.ir.N. 13. M 1.16 1.66 Ifr-pitmlmi-if Ripri'iiloviiITiiiTlHl)urpAl ll.tw m unnnannnn una oW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA. JANUA11Y 14, 1879. NEWS FROM BLAIN, PA. WAR ! WAR ! 4 III? AT KXCITI5MEIVT IN LIVERPOOL-. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite roinmnnlrntiona from ill ponwns who are Intfirfntod iu mutters properly Ik-IoukIus- to thin do- p&rtment. Curious Facts. The greyhound runs by the eyesight only, and this we observe as a fact. The carrier pigeon flies his 250 miles home ward by eyesight namely, from point to point of objects which he has marked; but this is only our conjecture. The fierce dragon fly, with 12,000 lenses in his eye, darts from angle to angle with the rapidity of a flashing sword, and as rapidly darts back, not turning In the air, but with a clash reversing the action of its wings, and instantaneously cal culating the distance of the objects, or he would dash himself to pieces. But in what conformation of the eye does this consist 'I No one can answer, A cloud of ten thousand gnats dance up and down in the sun, the minutest interval between them...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD. PA., "JANUARY 141879. Professional Cards. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-t-I.w. New HliMiinllnld, Perry oo., P. e-Ollloe Neit door to the residence o( Juris Junkln. . : - , ' 4.rtf AM. MARKEL. Attorney-nt-I.RW, . New ltloomlltthl, Ferry oniinty, P. NT Ofllce directly opposite the Post-Office, and adjoining the Mansion House. T BW19 rOTXKll, ATTUHNKY AT LAW, . NEWBLOOMF1ELD, 1'ERIU OO..PA. -(:iatms nromiitlf secured ' collected Writings aud all legal business carefully attend ed to. yi CHARLES 11. HMlLKlF, Attorney at Law. New Blonmlleld, Perry Co. Pa. .UIIIob with 0. A. Harnett, Esq., on High Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbvte rla Church. August 8M872. "1TTM. A. 8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, Y Olllce- adjoining Ms residence, on Kast Main street, New Bloomlleld. Perry eo., Pa. 3 2 ly JOHN O. SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist, New Uloomlield,Perryco.,Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Hurglcal Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable prices. . . . . .OfTlce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 January 1879

8 , Set Up Your Bur at Horns. UiuWpors In thin city pay, on an av orKO, $2 per gallonfor whlnby. Una jral lon contains an ftverniro of alxty.flve'drlnk unit At ten oonti a drink a poor mail pit; fft.no per Riillon for hi wulaky. In other words he pays 2 for the whisky mid 4.BU to a ninn for handing It over the liar. Matte your wife your barkeeper. Lend her f.9 to buy a gallon of wblaky Tor a beginning, and every time you want a drink go to her and pay ton oenta for It. liy the time you have drank a gallon ah will have f ft.00, or enough to refund the $3 borrowed of you, to pay for another gallon of liquor, find have a balance of I3.fr). Hlie will bo nble to com! not future ni dations on her own capital, and when you become an Inebriate, iinublo to supports yon i sol I", ahunned and despised by all reaprcinble poisons, your wife will have enough money to keep you until you got ready to 1111 n druukard'a Rravo. iVom ft T. CampheWs lecture in Mayslcld, Kentucky. An Elmlra Boy on Christ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

QO V 111 QriS fin t lit'. ,4m' i 'jj'i'i; i.'i'iii.iriiifiiiii mi. ,Nla5i&W"S VOL. XIII. STEW BX.OOMITII2r.r), TUESDAY, JA.!NU.ARY 21,1871). NO. 4. 17 I IJj ; 3 4 SillK THE TIMES. ia Independent Family Newspaper, IS HIBMBIIID CVBRY TUUIUY BY F. MOItTIMEIt & CO. S U U 8 C H I V T I O N 1 It 1 1! K . (WITHIN TUB COUKTT.) One Ynar 2 Blx Mouth 7A ' ' (OUT Or Tfli COUNTY.) in, Yr, (I'DitAKH Included) , II W) Ik Month. (l'ORiags Included) S3 Invariably In Advanoo I r- Advertising rstm furnished upon ipll. cation. .STOLEN FROM THE GRAVE, Oil The Doctor Wifo. CONTINUED. " 0 81 J tos SIR ! we poor nuns are not able jsee how the glories of earth are brighter than those of heaven : or what i .i i . i t i BuvnuiiiKB guy Bllu irivuiuus wuiuuii ' of the world, who spends her time In the pursuit of her own selfish pleasure, has over one who lives a retired, humble, and innocent life, watching her heart that no sin may enter, instructing chil dren, and forming their minds to virtue, accepti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

in hmwmwwi mm i m no 1 uimn'tawm t 2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUARY 21, 1870. delicate yet spirited beauty The ply of expression In her changing fttoe, the delicate grace of her tiianner, In which a naturally lively dlKposUlon.lmpnsslon 0il and full of enthusiasm, alternated with the results of her conventual train fug, the (lowiicust modesty and silence, the humility and self-distrust of one who had looked forward to, and might yet lead, a life of eelf-denlul and poverty and obscure toll. Nothing could be more odd or more charming than these fluctuations In her manner never ah rupt, but melting Into each other with a bright and unconscious vaiiety. Mr, Clarence Hurkhardt was enrap tured by what he, hackneyed, in the jworld'a ways, considered coquetry, by 4icr friendliness to himself, by the wll lingness of the family to allow his oouslnly claim by every thing. In short, . but the presence of Charles Wilson. Hose, on her part, was delighted with her two gallants, and puzzl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

' ' THE" TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), TA. JANUARY 21, 1879. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R AKKANUEMENTOF l'A88KNGEKTRAiNB. ' 3Tov. lOtlT, 1H78. i ; CHAINS LEAVE H A KKI8DU.KUAB FOLLOW 8 Kur Now Vurk, at 5.20. 8.H a. m. loup. m lid 7.6A p. in. r'or Philadelphia, at 6.20, 110, 9Ab a.m. .'.) mil 4 uo p. mi. . Km Meaillng, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.fft. ... .m for roiisTiue at a.m. s.iu a. in., mo i &. 111.. .4 lid rla MntlUylKlll BUU llque"u ranoh at 1.40 p. in. Kor Auburn via 8. & H. Br. at 6.30 a. m. Kur Allentowu, at 6.20, s.lua. in., and at 2.00, 4 TiiU!.I'if sl'loa. m., and 7.65 p. in., train bars through cam lor New York. The ft. 2n, a. in., trains have through carsfor rbiladolpliia. SUNDAYS! For New Yolk, at 5.2u a. m. ' Kor Allentowu and Way Hiatlons at R.20a.m. Kur KeadluK.l'hllailelplilaaud WayStatlontat 1.45 p. m. TKA1N8 FOll II Alt KI8BUKG, LEAVE AS FOL I.OWH I Leave Now Yolk, at8.45 a. in., 1.00, 5.80 and 7.4) ) in. . . Leave 1'lilladelpliin,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUARY 21, 1870. : ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' i . I . . ' : THE TIMES. Wew Moomfield, Jan. 21, 1879. NOT1CR TO AIIVKIITI9KKH. Ho Oiit or Stereotype will be Inserted lu tlila paper unless litrht fane ntl uu metal bane. t-J"Tweiity per cent, iti enoess of reirular rates, will heouanred I ttr advertisement nek In bouhle Uoluniu. NOTICK TO HIJIIKl IHBEItS. Iiitnk it tho nicures nn the label of your paper. Th'inptlinirt'RtHI von tlin rinte in velilcn yaursiih- crlptleii Is tin III. Within II wkhks alter niouc) In it, see If tlit date Is uliautced. No other reoetpt Is uaoessarr. W The present Circulation of THB TIMES excel da NINETEEN HUNDRED copied. Our mailing list la always opon to the inspection of advertisers. New Senators. ' Denver, Col., January 15. Gov. F. V. Pitkin was inaugurated yesterday. N. P. Uilt, Republican, manager of the Boston and Colorado smelting works, was elected Uulted Btates Senator. Raleigh, N. C, January 15. The Democratic caucus of the Le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

THE TIMES, (9.1 NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA. JANUARY 21, 1871). THE TIMES. IfO&il Dcj)h,ittneiit. PENNSYLVANIA B. S. UIDBLS DIVISION. Ou mil after JunesStb, Trains run follow! 1 WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Way M ill, Acn. PtvH, Tr'u t'r'u 1'itiNniPAii Stations. J'na ..VlalliAtP.i Aim. Ex. Tr'll Ex. A 00. M.lp.M, HlO.W. A.M. llarrl.bnrg, ! Uockvlllu, MarySTllle, . 1)1111 PHUUOU Ually' .;. Nourpurt, Mlllerstown, Tlioinpetint'n, Mexico......... Port It )(.... Mifflin IjPWintnwn J., Ander-non',.., Mc Vi.y town ... N. Hamilton.. r.M l.Su. D.00 6.46 s. 7.47 7.!I8 7 it 7 00 40 K.ili .OH .54)' II. tt .811 lO.Jol 11.83 Mi I M .411 : 10 .06 .40, U.IW 6 U.IMj 6 9.10 1.49 I 10.B4 I ! 10. Illi 4 ! 9.871 4 I 8.W I 8.11! ! 1 A.M. P. (X: 8.8H 47 tl llnttliKdou... Tyrone Altoouii IB T.W 30 6 50 Ml U. T.H tT-pltlslmm Evpress leaves Hnrrlbtirgat tl.w t . Dlliloainioii II. an lW: Ne(Vurt tl.67 lllag) "r ar rlvpsat Pittsburg at 8.10A. M. rF"Pn-lllr r.Tproii Vtmt will stop lit nitnrannon at 4.62 and nt Newport Rtft.1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

THE T1MK&'NEW ilLOdMlKU), PA., JANUAKY 21,1879. lomnficlb I HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Wo InvHe cemmwiitrstlons fmm til twcww who intt n t C uiuiutti-rs pruprrly b.lunsiiiK tlilstie partuieut. f"A New England ngrleuHwdi paper Bays that Vermont Is relatlvelywiore of rut agricultural State tlian any of lier Nw3St!glantl ulsters, Afty kt neut of her people following that culling to a llUle'less than forty percent, in Maine, thlrty-elght per cent. In New Hamp shire, 4e8B than thirty per eent.'in Mas sachusetts, twenty-two ier cent. Ill Coimectlcut.and about thlrteew per cent. In Rhode Island (tfTo make Japan for Iron, mix shel lac varnish with a sufficient quantity of ivory-black or lamp black. Other me thods are the following: 1. Asphaltum, 1 lb. ; melt, then add hot balsam of ca pavl.anil thin with turpentine. 2. Grind lampblack very smooth, and add copal varoleh to the proper consistency. 8. As phallum, 3 ounces, boiled oil, 4 quarts, burnt umber, 8 ounces ; mix by heat,and when-coo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

timi Wi.Ni.wi-a.t.,.vjirda n--rmi in i.iwi . ni n iWi nr w -it uni ..Lf-Hiaimupjui , ii.i.t riiirtto .- , - - ' -rr.iirvrM r i.m. rtMiaiMiiiiWnifli.tt,iiM i iii i n i, n i m ' - a '1 " T -flMlVii MfM M' I lil.WBItnf niiin tuiim riiuiuinar.i THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MFIELD, VA., JANUAltY 21, 1879.. Professional Cards. JR. JUNRIN, Attornny-it-l.w, , Nw Mooinllnlil, Perry oo., ra, r OlHoe Next door to the resideuce olJudga JiiDKtn. Stl AM.1MARKRL, Attirney-at-I.aw, , New Hloomllalil, I'eriy county, P. OIBce apposite the Mansion Uouse and three door oast of the Post-OUlce. Y KW18 POTTKB, All'URNUVATiiAW,, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRXCO..PA. WClnlms promptly enred collected Writiiigsand all legal business earefully attend- d to. . , . yi $ .a - -.t-; :t J -r iiiinvati nMtt.vv ' Attm nnV at Law. I 0,U..M . 5rr. Cln. Pa. ' -01Uj8 to doors east . ShiHol. o( loieuli Smith's (Auuust 2, mi. a MiiiN.m.RU. Attornv-Rt-law. Oltlce adJomliiR hl resldenon, on Kast Main nreet, New Hioomneia, rerry cw., r. -a . j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 January 1879

8 1 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.; JANtJAltY 21,' 1879. Diamond Stealing. A. few day since a Bt. Louis reporter pent mi entire afternoon la the private office of a well-kriowo Fourth street dia mond dealer, and listened with rapt atton lion to reminiscences and traditions of diamond robberies, successful and attempt ed. ; 'Beginning lieie in. Kt. Louis, for In atanoe," said the dealer, "I remember a ease that, while not strictly speaking a robbery, bad remarkable features. I sold a soltaire ring for $500 to a lady living In Ijuoas place. About a year afterward a Man walked into my place, and throwing down a ring, asked me whnt it was worth. I at once recognized It as the one I hud old, and I questioned the man very closely, lie claimed to have oome by it honestly. I talked for a long time, and at last told my clerk to go and get a policeman. "Before the clerk got out of the store, the man let down completely, and told me that he was a plumber ; that three months fen fore he had be...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 January 1879

i i WArt : '".-rut: .AMi.fr . VOL. XIII. BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, fJ A.NXJA.TlY 2H, 1B7J). NO. C. Hi If : 5i mum&sMmMi& pip. iw VS THE TIMES. An Iudopenunl Family Newspaper, IB PUBLISH OlVHRtTUBBDATBT F. MORTIMER & CO. SUllSOltll'l'ION l'Htl'Ki (W1TI1IN TUB (XWMTT.) One Year 1 21 Sli Month 75 (out or ins COUNTT.) One Year, (PoiraM Inoltidpcl) 11 fit HI Months, (Postage Included) H!i Invariably In Advance I r Advertising rates furniBhed upon appli cation. KorTint Di.ooMnm.n Timm. SNOW-FLAKES. -.llles-af-the-vallcy of the skloB, In throngs that seem unending, The enow-flakes are descending, Hoveling, filling the air with a wide-spread, white surprise. Winter is a dark and dismal wight, A tyrant, too, to many, And welcome scarce to any, Tet for what child of the Tear are thero flow ers more fraught with light T Spring about her feet strews wind-flowers fair, And Bummer brings red roses i Blue aetors Fall discloses But for bleak Winter bloom these when the woods and meads are ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 January 1879

TI1K TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUARY 28, 1879. What luid he ln thinking of all summer)1 " I must go away a, toon an possible, " she thought. "It will not do to stay here another week. I will go In town." Miss Htanloy did not go to town the next day. Hhe went to her old home, the convent, and stayed all day and all night. The next morning she went to the Cottage, and told Mrs. Coolldge and lilly that she had concluded to remain at the convent until the Hall should be ready for her reception. " Hut you will wait and ace Eugene Mra. Coolldge itald. "Ho ha been out since early thin morning. to will soon belli." " I promised to return Immediately," nalil Hose. " Hut you will say good-by to him for mo. Htay. I will write It." Blie drew an escritoire toward her, and wrote : My Draii Fiiirno: After so much ftayoty, it seems to me that I need a lit UeiiiU't; and so 1 have concluded to stay at the convent awhile. If you want anything of me, you can send.you know. J)on't think me capricio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 January 1879

3 RAILROADS. pIJiudelphTa and reading r. r ARRANGEMENT OF FA88KNQEB TRAINS. Nov. lOtlT, 1878. r HAIN8 LEAVE HAHUIHBURU AB FOLLOWS rot New York, at 6.20, 8.10 . m. 2.00p.m., and 7.W p. in. For I'lillailelnhla, at 8.20, 8.10, 9.46 k.m. S.00 and 4.U0 p. m. . For HuaillliK, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.15 a. m. and 2.00 4.01) and 7.65. . . . Fur I'ullsvllle at 6.20. 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., and via Buhuylklll and Busqueliauua Bmnoh at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via H. & 8. Br. at 6.S0 a. m. For Allentown,at6.!!0, 8.10. in., and at 2.00, 4.0 and 7.65 p. m. ..... ,. The S.20, 8.10 a.m., and T.6S p. m., trains bave through cars tor New York. The fM. a, m., tragus hate through cars for Philadelphia,,' ' BtStUVfl I Pot New Vork, at 6.2oa.ini For Allentown and Way Htallolis at 6.20a.m. For Keadlug, Philadelphia aud WayBtatloneat 1.46 p. in. TRAINS FOU HARuMSBUltG, LEAVE AS FOL LOW8 I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.80and 7Leav"e"l'lilladlplila. at 9.45 a. m. 4.00, and 7'l?eaV"itRdlnK. at t4.40, ...

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. — 28 January 1879

THE'TIMES, NEW THE TIMES. Am liloomleld, Jan. tf.V, 1SW, NOTICK TO A I) V KHTlHKKH. No Cut or Mtprrntyna will ) liiaartiul In Una rapur nnlrw Itvht rso ami on metal baso. tsf"Twpty pr nnt. in amsws of rMfMlr ratp", will bsohartrwl (or ailvarttnnnieiiut itot In l.uutilMOuliiinii. NOTICIt TO KUHKCIIIBICIlls. I.noh t tli lltiif on (tin labol of roiir twr,. TU'iMiiHiiri'iti'll vu ih ilma in which vaiii-Fiil- rtJpiUii I nnl.l. within 1 wt'nlm aiur iiminv In ant, aw If lb ante la cliaiwvil. No olhar rnwliit The present Clrcnletlon rf THH TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies Our mailing list Is always opon to tbo Inspection of advertisers. TliK Hon. Willlnm S. Btt'iiger Is be ing pressed by the Democratic members of Congress from Pennsylvania, and Kenator Wallace, for the position of Hecretury of the United BUxtes Senate. - -- - Tin? libel milt of Hon. II. M. Hpeer ngnlnst A. L. TylmrHt, Esq., editor of the Huntingdon "Globe," ' was tried reoontly, and resulted In the arqulttnl of Mr. Tyh...

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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