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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

QO T I?j .. I s V 1V D (Ft lit 11 fJ WW M- ' . -N I i X lit' 'Mi 15 1 VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJA.., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1870. NO. 8. THE TIMES. Aa Independent Family Newspaper, ' IS PUBLISHED BVEKT TDE8DAT BT ' i MORTIMER & CO. 8UBSCHIPTION 1 It 1 C B . (WITHIN TUB COUNTY.) One Year 1 25 Six Months 7f (OUT OF THB C0UNTT.) On Year, (roitase Included) II SO Six Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I w Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. A Case of Circumstantial Evi dence. THE great door of the N State prison swung open, three men en tered the guard-room, the door swung to with an Iron clash, and Mux Hunt was in State prison for life. "I'm glad we've got here at last," said one of the men, "for this fellow has given U3 pretty smart work." " Tried to run away i"' asked the night , watch, aside, of the other officer. " Yes, sir. He has made three efforts on the way from Eastbum. He knock Hill down once. You see we had to put on all the Irons he could h...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM F1EL1), PA., FEBHUAKY 18, 1879. luu and ' " What the matter, child V What can It be)" " O Max I my dear, wronged, Blander d Max I At lust you ahull have Jus due." " What has It to do with Max ?' cried Mr. Hunt, In alurm. " Do speak I 1 thought it was from Clark, and that Clark was dying." " Let him die I" she exclaimed. " My Max has sullered a living death forlhree years for this man's crime. He has risked hU life more than once, be has fluttered uutold miseries, and despair. Oh, dldu't I tell you, didn't I know, he was Innocent V Mr. Hunt, it was Clark who robbed you and luld the crime to Mux. It was Clark who struck you thai blow. This Is his confession. Ob, thank Qod ! I am so happy 1" ' We must send for him instantly," cried the old man, walked rapidly to and fro, wringing his bunds. "Cull John 1 Send for a lawyer this instant. We will send a dispatch to the warden." Ills excitement quieted hers. Perhaps also she was better prepared for the shock. Her Imagin...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

THE-TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 18, 1879. 8 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAM 8. Nov. lOliT, 1878. TRAINS LEAVE HARR18BUROAB FOLLOWS Fur Now Vork. at 6.20, 8.10 a. m. Loop. m. and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.16 a.m. low nd iki i. in. For Heading, at 6.20, t.10, 9.46 a.m. and 1.00 4.0oaud 7.i6. . , Fur fottsville Bt 8.20. 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 6. in..' aiiU via Schuylkill Bud Susquehanna ranch ( 1.4H p. m. For Auburn via 8. it 8. Br. at 8.80 a. m. Fur Alleiilown,at6.2U, 8.1Ua, in., and at 2.00, 4.0(' and 7.6 j p. m. .... . , 1'h a 1.20. 8.1U a. m., and T.SS p. m., trains have through cars for New York. Tim 6.2u. a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS! For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Wnv Stations at 8.20a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia aud Way rttfttlontat 1.46 p. m. TRAINS FOB HARltlSBURQ, LEAVE AB FOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.43 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 'Viave'rhllatlelphla. at 9.45 a. m. 4.0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

THE TIMUS, NEW BLOOMEIEU), PA.. HiimUAllY 18, 187!). THE TIMES. iTew MooMfleld, Feb. IS, 1S7. NOTICE TO A1VKUT1SK118. ' Ho Onl or Rt-rwty will nelnrtd In this ier unless light face and on uieUil bun. Twenty per eeivt.ln nceiis of rotnilsr rsles, will beohanred (or advertisements Mtln Double Uolumn. NOTICE TO (t;IIMCRlllEBrt. I.oolt at the flsrnnw on the label of your nsper. ThonetWure-teti vou the Hnt o which, rnnrsub aci'lptlniitinlil. Within 9 wjBk; it;r money la ent, see. if the date la chnnued. No other receipt la neofwBary. W The present Circulation of THB TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing lint Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. Bomb time ago a special agent of the Tost office Department went to the town of Spring Garden, Alabama, to look In to certain violations of the Postal laws committed by the Postmaster at that place. The populace regarded this as an unwarranted intrusion on their sov ereignity, and, after maltreating the special agent, had ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

THli TIMES, ; NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA., FEBltUAltY 18, 1870. 5 THE .TIMES. fENKSYLVAUIA II. B.-MDDLE DIVISION. On and after Juuettth, Trains ran u follow! i WKHTWAltU. EASTWARD. J 'in Mall At)'. MtTI. Ex. Tr'nl fcx. Aoo. P.M. p.mJp.m, a.m. 1.S0 8.li 10.U oo 7.W, (US J.IK)1 ' I ttt li.M MM 10.) HI 7.08; 7 47 1.S2 6 64 (1.84 7.IS t.tll 7 IS 8.301 '! .' j 40 8.10 11.83, 8.0b CM 836 11.04 8.40 8.4 I l 10.B4 6.00 S.ttl 10.11): 4 47' I .; 4.18 . 8.BO: S.M 8.60' B.I5 3.AO A.M. l'.M. P.M.I Wy,Milll A('i. PRINCIPAL , Vmh Tr'uiTr'H Stationm. A. M. P.M. P. W ' ' t.uu I'm'i H.Hii Harrlabnrif, I I. 13 J .4:1 6.4,1 Itnrkvllle, , 8il 1.6J t 1,5 Marysvtlle, I .m t.w B.H bnurannou, I . 8.64 1.31 ) Bnily'a .U 1.41 KM Newport 30 i.66 7.101 Mllleratown, S.D3 .!! 7. si) Tlinmpaont'n. 4H I. ail t.4i) Mexleo,.. ...... .M S.asi T.M' Port Hiyai.... 10. W 8.S6 8.IKI Mlirllll i 10.43 4.00 ; Lewlat.iwn .!., i Anderson's II. 14 4.97! McVeytown... ; U. 4.IS1 ' X. Hamilton,. ! M.M t.Ull j Iliititliiirdou,.. ! 1.15 e.i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, 1'A.. FEflltUAllY 18, 1879. Newport Advertisements. It. 8. COOK & CO., Agree o ill all kinds of NEWS FROM BLAIN, PA. A UCTIONEEMS. JAS. P. LATCH FORD, A rr n r r n v m k HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Wa Invite ernnmnnlrstlnns frmn nil persons who are InterMtxri lu matters properly IwIuhkIiik to ulsil paitmeut. Wheat Front Japan. ne of tlie most prootlcal, as well as the'least pretentious, of the numerous scientific assoelatlons lu (Europe, is the rarls Acclimation Society. Its mem. bers are flushed Juxt now with what seems to be the success of a new exper iment which promises to be of the highest importance to agriculture. Probably, remembering how the cereal graltunoweommonly called '"mummy wheat" was raised out of a few grains found In a mummy case .from Egypt, the saclety In question dealt in like niauner with some grains received from Japan. There is very little spring sow. ing of wheat in France, and the usually uncertain weather which prevails in Oct...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MFIEL1). PA., FEMIUA11Y 18,1870. I'tofoHHloual Cards. JB. JUNK1N, Attorney t lw, , New lllnninilelil, Perry on., P. -omoe Next duur to the residence ol Jmtitf Jiinkln. V'U AM.'tMAKKKL, Attnrney-st-Lsw, , New hIiiiiiiiiihIiI, Perry county, P. i-g" Olllce opposite the Mstislon House, uud til ran d Mrs enst of llio Pjst-OUlce. T BVflS l'OTI'Klt, AXTOUNKV AT IAW, NEW ni.UOMFIKLI), PEltKt CO., PA. -(!llms uroinptly secured collected Wrlttiiusaudall lenal business varefully attend ed to. nyi CIIAKLE8 11. HMILEV, Attorney at Law. New Dlnomltelil, Perry Co. Pa. Oltlue two door e.nt of Jmeih Hm lli'e botei. ( A ugusl i, 17.1. - . - WTM. A.rtPONHLKH, Attoriiey-t-l.aw, W OIHce ndJoinliiK his residence, on Knsl Main street, New IMoonilleld, Perry oo., Pa. Si If J DUN U.8UAT TO, rtiimeon Dentist. New Hloonilleld, Perryoo., Pa. All Rinds of Mechanical anil Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable prloiliee at his residence one door East of r he Robinson Hou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 February 1879

TILE TIMES,' NEW ULOOMFIELI), 1A.. EEKUUAltY 18, 1871). Pur Tna Tistiw. , Historical Skotoh of Tusoarora Twp. We hero present to the renders of the Timkr, a historical (ketch of Tusoarora township with Its oorrohitlve Inoldentm as far as we hnve been able to gather Infor mntion either from history or tradition. Win. Penn received In March 1081, from King (Jenrge second of England, the charts for a grant of land now oullud Petiti sylvanla, which In the year 10H3 was made into three counties, viz J 1'hiladolphla, llerks and Chester, Lancaster In 17211, York in 1740, Cumberland in 1750, and Terry In 183(1. This dlntrlut (tint belonged to Chester thon Lancaster thuu to Cumber laud and now to Peuy county. Cumber laud county when flint made .Included nil (he teirltory west of the Susquehanna river eicept York, which Is now York and Adams otmutlos. One hundred years ago this was liye township Cumberland coun ty, aluoe that Mine tliore has been different changes, In 1704 this wns Tyrone tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

h ' i -1 '.i f I t'-.i- -V 0".. . ' VOL Xtll. 13LOOMFIELD,.PA., TUEBDAY, iriBUlttLVItY 5, 1871). NO. " .in . m -ir 't - wAt'itt""' ' " T THE TIMES. Aa Independent Family Ncwxpnprr, IS FDBLI9IIID BVBRT TUKDDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UH8C HIPTION l'llICK, (WITHIN TUB COUKTT.) One Year II 2 Hlx Mouths "ft (OUT OF TUB COUNTT.) (Ins Yar, (Postage Included) fl Ml fllx Moulin, frontage included) ftl Invariably lu Advance I "Advertising rates furnished upon appll- cation. Belc(5t PoctiV. DER DOQ UNDDER LOBSTER. Dot dog he vos dad kind of dog Tot ketch dot ret no sly, Und squeeze him niit his little teeth, Und don dnt ret vas die. Dot dog he vos lniiulelte Vareller he to go, Und, like dat woman, all der time Bomeding he vants to kuow. Von da;, all by dnt market-stand Vare vlsu und clams doy sell, Dot dog he poke his nose ahoud Und And out vot he smell. Dot lobster he vos took dot snoozce Mltvone eye open vide, Und den dot dog vas come along Dot lobster he vas spied. Dot tog he smell him m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

TIIK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA., FEBIIUABY 25, 1879. would, but would first of all JiiHt shake hands for llie respect lie bore tne. Touch lug iny rifle significantly, I pointed to the stick lying across the hearth be tween us. ' That's your boundary line, my man,' I said ; " don't go stretching your hand over that This sent lilm into a fit of sulleuness." " What came of ItV" " We must have remained In this po ftltlon till midnight. Several times I beard slight sound outside the fort, but, though he too listened, he dared not re pond to them : he could do nothing. After u while these sounds ceased; his associates, lightly Judging that some thing had gone wrong and spoilt the scheme, had no doubt made oil', tired of waiting. The fellow's head whs bent, his chin rested on his breast. His shag gy beard spreading over Ij like a man tie. lie suffered martyrdom. By and by we got lo talking, but I didn't relax in uiy vigilance for an Instant. Once stultid on his own history, the subject re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

THE TIMES, NEW I1L00MFIELIVFA., FEIHIUA11Y 25, 1879. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OK FA88ENGEK TRAIN ft. ,OV. lOlll, 1878. f KAtNS LEAVE ItAKltlSBUKOASFOI.LOWI Kur Now York, at 6.20, 8.1l a. ni. SUwp.m., and 7.&" p. m. iroi' Philadelphia, at 5.20, 8.10, 9.46 a.m. 2. (HP Hi, I 4 IW p. III. bMi ilmi.ilng, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.M. . , Kur I'uHsvllle at 8.20, 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 p. ni.. uid via Schuylkill aud Susquehanna branch t 1.40 I), in. Kur Auburn via . & . Br. at 8.30 a.m. Kur lllmituwn, at 6.2U, S.lua. in,, and at 2.00, 4.0" and 7.6 1 p. in. ..... .... Hie xM. s.luu. m., and 7.68 p. m., trahn have thruugu ears lor New Voik. Tub 5.2m, a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. . SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown nod Way station at 6.20a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia uud Way Statlumal 1.45 p. m. TMA1NH VOa IIARItlSBtlltG. LEAVE AS FOL LOW8 i Leave New York, atM3 a. m., 1.00, O.COund 'V.eave'piilladelph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, l'A., FEBRUARY 25, 187!). THE TIMES. New ntoomfitid, Feb. 2S, 1879. NOTIUK TO AI)VEUTlSKIt. No Out or Mornntyim will he Inserted In this paper unless llirlit ftue ami nil metal base. "Twentv pr cent. In ntpnw nf rmiiltr rates, will beoharredfnrailvrtliieniilit sethl Double Column. MOTIC'R IF HUllKCItlBERS. I.nok at the flinirmi on the label of your paper. fhoscrliriircstell vim tho itiit to which yon r sub. acrtpllniilsnald. Wllhln 1 weeks al tir money la ant, aee II the date la oliMured. No other receipt ts neceaaarv. The jji-eawt Cirouletion or THE TIMES exceeds -NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list is always opon to the inspection or advertisers. Hon. Zach Chandler 1ms been electeil as United States Senator from Michigan. Reducing Salaries. , IIalhigii, N. C, February ID. The Senate to-day reduced the salaries of State officers as follows: Governor,' $3, 000; Secretary of State, $2,000 ; Auditor, $1,750; Treasurer, $3,000; Attorney General, $2,000;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD. PA., FEMlUAIiY 25,1879. 5 THE TIMES. 1- -1 . : : i (,fNW1 WlMf I n W SfYTT IS nmfltMT I rttWBIilVftilirt a. . OllUUi.a VlJiUil. I On nd after June 35tU,Trlmruun' follows i WE8TWAIU). eastward. U Way .Mali Ace. Tr'n,Tr'u PltlNC.tVAL STATIONS. J'ns El. Mall Tr'u Aco. 4. sr. P.M. 'P. V. 1.311 6.30 6.40 1.63 5. ill 9. 09 II. IK 8.81 8.40 I. II 8.66 I.M 7. Ill 8. (It) T.8i) 8.23 7. 41) 8.2U 7.63 P.M P.M.Ip.M. A.M. 8.00, 8.12 narrlnburKi ltockville. Mnrysvllle, lHlueauuou, Daily's Newport Miller town, Tlionipaout'n. Mexico,..,,.... Port HovaL... Milflli IjflWtRtoWll J.. 1.80 8.16IU.661 8.00 846 8.36 8.13 7.47 7.83 7 18 7 ml 8.40 8.8:1 8.38 7 .ti 7. fx) .31 19.63 tt.M 7. HO 10.90 B.S8 USD H.XI 7.06 8.64 9.64 8.43 8.80 8.16! H III 1M III. Ill 9 8.00 11.831 8. Oh P. Ill' iu. 4110 j 4.a: 4.61 6.811 8.84 7.20 11.04 8.40 8.41 il.ii Anderson's,. McVevtnwn. I 10.84 5.119 S.2JI, , lO.lol I 47' .S7 4.16 7.3H I 8.60 8.58 8.601 I 8.16 2.60 8.I6 : A. U. IP. M. P.M. I 1 1 .4i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

( HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Invito cttmmunlmtJntiB from n'l rT0"" ''7 V Intrivfttml initiator jiroperly buluiiKiiiK tu tbw ue. pfti ttmmt. BORERS. lt me siiRRPst wlmt niny rrove a perfrct remedy for borers in trees. YenroBKn, when Hiere Mood about a dozen locust trees nloii the street and north of the squnre, anil borers were evidently destroying them, old Dr. Reed, a druniflst. wild he saved a large plantation of lopuath similarly afTcisted, by boring a small augur hole In half of Ms trees, putting; a teHspoonful of calo mel In, and carefully plugging It up As his hearers laughed, he bhUI, "try It on one of the worst of those trees, leave the rest alone; It will live; they will die." It whs done. That one Is the sole remaining tree to-tiny the rest all died within two years. I tried it on an apple tree badly affected by borers, five years ago. Not a borer Is in It and it Is still thriving. I am told the borers never quits tree (111 they killed it. Is it so y Now Is about the time t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1); PA., FE1JKUAHY 25,1879. Professional Cards. JK. JUNKIN, Attnrnfj-atl.aw, , Nnw Hlmimllrlil. Perry Co., Pa. -omc Next dour to the residence of J uilt Juuklu. tl AM. MAKKKh. Attorn)r-at-l.aw, , New hIimmiiIIhIU, I'erry county, Pa. iJ OlBce opposite the Mansion Huuee.aud throe d )Jr east of tbe Post-0 ittce. T BW1S POTTKll, ATTO It N E V AT LA. V , NEW BLOOM K1E1.D, PEHKYCO.,PA. -Claims promptly secured collected Writing aud all lexal business carefully attmid dto. y CHARLES li. HMIMiY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Do. Pa. (1J8 two djor eit of Jofih Kmilira hotel. ( August !i, 14.2. trM. A.8PON8LEK, Attorney-at-Law, V Otllce adJomliiR his residence, on Eal Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa. 8a Ij JOIIN U. MIATTO, diirgeon Dentist. New Bloomlleld, Perryoo., Pa. All kinds of Mechanic' tud rturnlcal Dentistry done Id the best manner, and at reasonable prices. f)tttce at his residence one door East of the Rouiusmi House, and opposite Win. A.S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 February 1879

8 ' THE TIMES, NEW BL00MEIEL1), TA.. lEMlUAltY 25, 1871). Frozen to a Trcstle-Brldgo. WKEDsroitT, N. Y., Feb. IX A moat rcmai kutilo accident happened to a train ri Hie Houtlicin Central road, near bore last night. Two londod Bnd thirty empty nonl cftrs drawn by a Hood locomotive left P.ilr Haven and proceeded safely until tlie oiossIiir of Muskrat Creek was reached. Here it was found I lint the water, back ing up from Boneca Iiiver, which is unusu ally high for thia season, had ovei (lowed the track about four Inches. When almost aoross the trestle the locomotive drivers re fused to "bite" std the train came to a utandHtlll. Iu a moment every wheel was tronoii in its place. The train had enteied tlio water just us it was on the point of congealing, and the instant the train stop ped the conducting propel ties of ' the iron proved an elUcient aid tocomplete the work. After several hours chopping about the drivers and tracks the engine was loosened ud came to 'Wcedspoit. From here tw...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 March 1879

tj: - 7?V0i -T 41 liiiml 1 1 liiiMiiij,'!i;,WHiii",ii!!il'ii'it,l'iii-,",,ij JIJ, VOL. XII I. NIZTW BLOOMFI15LD, JP.A.., TUESDAY, MA.IIOJI 4, 187i. NO. 10. ! kT rar THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 1 pvBMsnm ivbht tubsoai bt F. MORTIMER & CO. 8 O M 8 CJ It I I T 1 O N V It I V K . (WITHIN TUB COUNTT.) One Ynar 1 21 Six Mouth 75 (OUT Of THB COUNTT.) (InsYoar. (Prvttagn Included) II fO Mix Month. (Postage Included) W Invariably lu Advance! Advertising rates furnished tiion appll- cation. Kr Tint nLO'iMriri n Timkh. THE MONTHS. The Months are nil my friends i each, lu Ills turn, Bare, or In robes of regal splendor clad, Me somewhat precious gives, none cite o'er had i In each peculiar beauty I discern, Some lovely loro from each, some secret learn. Welcome are all to me mo ever glad Tbelr advent makes, and tholr departure sad, The mild and debonair, the cold and steru. Oratoful for all their various girts I feel, Equal distributors of loss and gain, For what some take, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 March 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAltClI 4, 1879. A COMICAL MISTAKE; on Dr. Raymond'! Prescription. BOB had no Idea the doctor was be hind him as he poked the vnlen tine under the door. Had he not been too flustered to look round he would have seen him ; and had not the doctor been deep In a medical reverie about Jane Todd's collar bone he must have Bpled the dapper figure as It darted awny. Hut as It whs, he fumbled for his key a min ute, and then rang the bell, and while doing so, spying something white un der the door, he picked it up and tore It open. Tore it open 1 that letter ! with all Its lavishment of border and blue seal I that letter over which Bob had sat up till two A M., rounding his periods and curling the tails of his P'b and Q's. Was It for this that he bestowed so many slaps on his forehead V O Fate I Bridget, that faithful servitor, answer ed the bell, charged with a message which she was bent on delivering with out the least possible delay. " If you please, sir, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 March 1879

THIS TIMES, NEW IlLOOMFIELl), PA., MAltCIl 4, 1870. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PA8SBNGKHTBAINB. Nov. lOtTT, 1878. r KAIN8 LKAVK HARRIHBURO AS FOLLOWS For New York, lit 6.20, 8.10 a.m. I.Wip. m., and 7.6o p. ni. For I'lilladelphla, at B.20, S.10, 9.46 a m. Kir Iteadlug, at 6,20, 8.10, 8.45 a. m. and 2.00 4.00 aud 7.N; , , For foltsville at B.20. 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 b. m., and via Schuylkill aud Susquehanna Branch al 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via 8. 8. Br. at 8.30 a. m. For Allentown, at6.20, 8.10a. m.,andat 2.00, 4.0" aud 7.65 p. m. ,.,. tr.i,.. rtie sm, 8.10 a.m., and 7.5S p. m., trams have throuBh cars tor New Vork. ,- The 6.2, a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way stations at 5.20 a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and WayStatlontat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS FOR HARR1SBURU, LEAVE AS FOL LOW'S i Leave New York, at8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.30and 7Leav'emrlilladelpliia, at 9.45 a. m. 4.00, and ''Leave Rea...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 4 March 1879

THE TIMES, SEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MARCH 1, 187!). '5T:HE . TIMES. tTew IUoont4leld, JUatwk -J, 1879. NOTICE TO AnVKimSEHS. Ho Out nrBtprfotyn wlllhr. imm4l itl tbl per -ttaleM llirht time ud nu ntclal baso. tWTWBiilyiH-rrMit. mi-TrMii of fiwnlir rtn, will eohnMl lor ailnTtimimcnU net In buuliln Column. NOTICK TO WUll!sX'lMF.Rt. l,o ol( si tlio itKiiri-ii on the ltil of your rpor. Those (Ik urcn t'll ran the llnto lo wlrleli your mill- nrlptlnn In nnlfl. Within a weeks niter money III ant, sen if dm duts la ensured. No other receipt II necessary. "' Tha present Circulation of THE 'TIMES exceeds NINETEEN1 HUNDRED copies. Our. mailing list la always opon 'to the inspection of advertisers. A Murderer to Go Clear. , On' Wednesday last when the case of Ctatham, the accomplice of Cenjamin Hunter in tbe murder of John M. Arm etrong, . came up before the -Supreme Court at Trenton, Attorney General Rtookton stated that when &11 accomplice-wag used by the State the faith of the Court was pl...

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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