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

Ills ' VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 187D. AO. 13 THE TIMES. An Independent family A'ewspaper, 18 PUBLI8HHD 1VIBT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMEIt & (JO. 0 8UB8C1UP1IOK 1'llIUE. (WlTIllB THB I'OUNTT.) One Year 1 2 Six Months, 75 (OUT OF THB COUNTT.) One Year, (Postage lnotuded) . 81 TO Rix Months, (1'ostane Included) ftf Invariably lu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For TlIK BLOOMFIELD TlMKS. A STRANGE FRAUD; on, A Mystery of New York City. BY F. DELAC'Y. LILIAN WALDRON nt the time our Btory begins was seventeen, and was budding into lovely womanhood. Ever since she could remember she Lad lived at Green Point, in sight of New York and although she had often en treated her father's permission, he had always refused his consent for her to vis it that city. This refusal only made her desire the stronger, and so one fine June day, meeting a young friend who was on her way there, she accepted the invitation to accompany her. A short, pleasant sail bro...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 March 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAItCH 25, 1879. Brother Diamond's Persecutions. IY NAME'S de Rev. James Dla. mnud, from do Bouth, thank you, eah I" Bald a man coneplcuous for bis black face and gloves and his white neckcloth, as lie put down his hat and cane and seated himself for a long call. The merchant who was writing at his desk was well known and highly hon ored In both business and religious cir cles. He looked up from a letter he was writing, bowed civilly, and asked : What can I do for you V" ' Well, sah, I's heerd dat you's one o' dem faithful servants, data alius watuhln' for work, and saying, Speak, Lord, for dy servant heareth.' " " Well, I'm waiting to 'her' now," said said the gentleman, with a smile and a glance that read the applicant's very heart. " Well, sah, I'se de pasture of a large and flourishing church away down Bouth. We's bulldln' an edifice dat'll be a honor to de 'nomination. We's got de whole frame up, but dere Isn't no ruff nor t-ldin' to keep out de...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FA., MAltCIl 25, 1879. 3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAIN 8. Xov. lOilT, 1H78. TRAINS LEAVE HARK18HURG A8 FOLLOWS Kor New Vork, at ft. 20, 8.10 a.m. 2.00p.m. . and T.ft p. m. " Kor Philadelphia, at 6.20, (.10, 9.46 a.m. a.oo tnd 4 .no i. m. K.r Reading, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.45a. m. and 2.00 4.0i) and 7.ivV , . For Pottsvllle at 6.20, g.10 a. m., and 4.00 B. in., and via rtebuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 1.4(1 p. m. Kor Auburn via S. A ft. Br. at 5.80 a. m. Kor Allentown, at 6.20, S.iua. m., and at 2.00, 4.0" and 7.6A p. m. . , rhe v.20, 8.10 a.m., and 7.65 p. m., trains have through can lor New York. Tne A.20, a. m., trains have through earn for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at fi.M a. m. Kor Allentown and Way stations at 6.20 a.m. Kor Reading, Philadelphia aud Way Stationtat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS KOR HARRISMIRG.LEAVK AS KOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. ni., 1.00, (UOnnd 7.4i p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.45 a...

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

m i iHjhJiiii m s ma 11 iM rial m THIS TIMES, NEW HL00S1HELB, YK MARCH 25, 1870. -THE TIMES. New Bloom field, March 23, 1879. NOTICE TO AVKItT18EK9. No tint orfiterwiti im will he Inserted lutlile iier MnlMO llprht face Mid on metal bane. t" Twenty r cut. tn excess of priilM- rut, will beohamwllorailvnrtimMuimta oet tn tumble Uolunin. NOTICE TO fUMiUCIUBERHt t,nnk at thi" ftminw on tlie label rf your paper. Cbosettinu'eatell von h duto to which yonreuii .rrlili.ii In nnld. Within S m alter money le Rent, " II ' lb AiUe la changed. No other receipt la neceaaarv. AW The 'preeent Circulation of THE TIMES exceed NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mftl Hn tt list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. fj- There are over one hundred Chi namen In Chicago, and one-fourth of this number have become Christians, and are regular attendants at Bunday echool. Chicago is not the nioHt moral city in the world, but In its treatment of the Chinese it is a vast improvement on Ban Franalsco, and th...

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

T.IK TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., MAKC1I 25, 1870. G THE TIMES. PENNSYLVAUIA S. B.-UIDDLE BIVISION. On ud ftr Jmieastb, Trains runas follow i WEHTWAHU. 1- EASTWARD. WayiMstl, faa Tr'U: ACC.; .I'niiMnlliAtl'.i Mm. Kx. 'Ir'ni Ex. Aoo. ITU HXATIONS. A. mJf.1I P.M F.M A.M. H.II0 8.48 B.I 14 8.11 J47 i.sa 71H 7.00 61 R.M 8.116 s.ou S.U 1.80: 1:8 .811 8.48 .66 ). IK .4U 11.58 7. Ill t.M 7.48 At Harrlabtinr, Knckville, Marynvllle, lMtnrttunou, llnlly'n Nowport Millers town, Tltnmpsotit'n. i.au .ISIU.W Ml F.B-i .80 10.90 81 1.43 I.SiS a. in 8.sa S.tHI nail: :.M! M 49; mi 16! Illl Mexico,...,.... Port Itnyai.... Mltrilll Lettistowtt J., Amlpmon's MoVytowli... N. Hnmiltnti, . lfilltl1iiK(lnu,.. Tyrone Aitooua 1 CM 8.8 8.8a: 4.00 1 1). ml S.'llO I II. in Ilk P. III! 111.4 11.14 11.40 12.31 l.t A 1.86 II. 04 10.B41 10.1(1 B.87 .6(1 .It A.M. .40 8.4S, l 4.S7 8.M 8.84 .00 .as 47! 16 7.! .2H S.bll Ml 8.18 F.M P.M. m. r.M.i nrpiinimri! RxprcM Irsves Hnrrlsbnrir tit 1I.no p.m. DunetniiO'i It.SH (flw...

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

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MARCH 25. 1870. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We tnrite nnmmitnli-ntlnna from sll permins "Hn sre IntnrpAtivl lu ninttnm properly biilonylng to this de. psrtmeut. A Fifty Thousand Aere Farm Wiillam Dalrymple, whose residence Is near the town of Fargo, Dakota terri tory, is probably tho largest farmer In the world that directly manages his own farm. It oohsIbIs of fifty thousand acres, extending twelve miles along the bottom lands of a river, thence eleven bailee Into the Interior, covering an area of over thirty square miles. Of this twenty thousand acres were sown last year In wheat and yielded two hundred and fifty thousand bushels of grain. This is only fifteen bushels per acre, hut It la not bad when we consider the rough manner In which so large a area is sown. The soil is said to be very affluent and in its constituents Is pecu liarly adapted to the cultivation of wheat. The farm is divided into twenty-flve separate managements and a general superi...

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

7 Professional Cm As. TK. JUNK1N, Attorney at Law. New lilonmileld. Perm no.. Pa Offloe Next dour to the renldenue ofjuditc Juuklu. &" AM.lMARKKt,. Attorney. atl. aw, , New HliHimlliilil, I'orry county, Pa. IV" Office opposite the Mannlon House, and three doora eat of tbe Poit-UUlce. T KW1S rOXTKll, ATTOIIMKY AT LAW, NKWRLOOMKIKU), PKHRV CO.,rA. Clalma Dromntlv aeonred collected Writings and all li'Kul bnalness oarefully attend' d to. CHARLES 11. HMILKV, Attorney at Law. New l(lnoinllild, Perry On. Pa. r-om.ie two doom emt ot Jotenli Hiiiitli'n otttl. AliKUHt 2, 1872. "IITM. A.rtPONSI.KIl, Attorney-at-Law, W Olllce adJomliiK hi reildenee, on Kast Malaatreet, Now Uloomllold. Perry oo Pa. 811 J OH NO. 8UATTO, rtiirgeon Dentist. New Hloomll old, I'erryoo., Pa. All kind of Meohanlnal and rtitriilcul Dentistry done In the bout ninnner, and at reasonable prloei. oni(ieathlreldi'nce "lie door En-it of the Robinson House, and opposite Win. A.Huoasler'i Lawollloe. any "irM. N. HK1BK11T, ...

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

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELl), 1A.. MAKCII 25. 1879. Masked Burglars Stab a Young Lady and Escape. At the residence of Henry Itottcnstliie, in 1'ottsgrove twp., Berks Co., a soene was ' enncted on Monday tilght that very ranch resembled murder. Tho family, consisting of father, mother, several sons and daugh ters retired for tho night at about twenty minutes past eight. They had a small dog which Is generally left in the kitohen dur ing tho night, but Mouday night ho was left in the dluing-room. The family had not been up stairs more than ten minutes when the dog net up a terrible barking in the room below. , Not thinking that anything was wrong, one of the daughters, Darned Sallie, started down stairs to lot the dog out of the room. When she opened the stair door leading into the dining-room she was confronted by three young men, one of whom immediate ly knocked the lamp out of her hand, and stabbed her twice iu the leg above thekueo, cutting two ugly gashes about six inches long. S...

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

Uta..li1l.l.l..- .iii,i.i.ll.ll..luuMiMi,BBiMl,,liuMllllm .lIM.,..MMMmmMM.IM,.,.....l,l " - v-.. T.rTT1.T.nl1Trnrrnlr11 T ,-n ti ---if SRfcs Jnii - ySt' VOL. Xlll. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 187U. NO. 14. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, II PUBLISHED BVBRT TUBSDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. SUBSClUPTtON P1IICE, (WITHIH THB COUHTT.) One Year 1 2 Six Month 75 (OUT Of THB COUNTT.) One Year, ( Postage Included) II PO Six Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably iu Advance I 4V Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For Thr Bloompiki.i Timks. A STRANGE FRAUD; OR, 1 Mystery of New York City. BY F. DELACY. J TMDN'T he feel annoyed at this r" XJ the Bailor asked. " If he felt any annoyance he never showed It. Mr. Waldron is one of those self-poised men that preserve their equa nimity under all circumstances. Be sides he had the free spending of the es tate ; what more could he desire t And then he prospered in business having plenty of capital at his back. If an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AHtlL 1, 1871). ed spot to me. I wish you to fully uti derstnnd the motive that led me to thin strange crime I then committed." " But I do not see what this hag to do with my daughter," Bald Nance.tlmldly. "I am coming to that how. Our fam ily physician having given up the child. as a last hope and despairing effort to save her I determined to consult the tost medical skill New York afforded. I called upon several eminent physi cians, but found thein too much engag. -ed to go with me, though they all prom ised to attend In the morning. It was qulte dark when I left the coach, and walked to the ferry, wrapping my cloak -close around me for the night was quite chilly. Under a lamp-post I saw a lit tle girl, hardly three years of age crying bitterly not iouuiy,but In a suppressed, terrmeu iuna or way. i surmised at -once that she was lost. The thought of my poor stricken one at home made my heart warm towards her. I stooped down and raised her In my arm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

tub times;: My Adventures in Australia. TRAVELING in the Bush one rainy seano ri, t put up for the night at a small, weather-bound Inn, perched half way up a mountain rouge where sever al Bush servants on the tramp had also taken refuge from the down-pouring tor rents. I had had a long and fatiguing ride over a very bad country; so, after supper, retired Into the furthest corner of the one room that Berved for " kitchen and parlor, and all," and there, curled up In my blanket, In preference to the bed offered by our host, which was none of the cleanest, with half shut eyes, I grimly puffed at my pipe In pllence, al lowing the bubble-bubble of the Hush man's gossip to flow through my un notlng ears. Fortunately for my peace, the publi can's stock of rum had been exhausted, and, as I was the the last comer, all the broiling and frying had ceased; but a party sat around the Are, evidently set in for a spell of "yarning." At first the conversation ran In ordinary chan nels, such as shor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

ii m mmm wiwn mimstmmi wii ni iroinair r n w i 1 1 iii THE THUS, NEW BLOOilFIELl), PA- APRIL 1, 1879. THE TIMES. iTew Dloomflrhl, April 1, 1879. NOTICK TO ADVBIITI8KK8. No Cut or mntyp will be Inserted In this paper ualeaa Uicht face and oa metal bim. tWTwenfy per cent, lu excess of remitar rates, will be ohanred tar advertisement aetln Double Column. NOTICR TO SUnscRIBF.IlH. I,wtl t the flKiirea on Hie label of your rTer. ThoseftvttreiUell vou l ho rlnleln which yonranli orltUMlinld. Wltliiu a weeka after money la sent, no If the date li ehanired. No other receipt is neoeaaarv. W The present Circulation t)t THB TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection of vrrvertleers. Beware of the Peddlers. 80111 e months since some cloth ped dlers sold to several farmers in Marlon county cloth to the amount of ten dollars each, for which they gave notes. The peddlers raised the notes from $10 to $110 and sold them to the Knoxvllle National Bank. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD. PA., APRIL- 1, 1879. 5 THE TIMES. PIKNSTL7ANIA S. K.-illDDLS DIVISION. Ou Mid al ter June Mtu, Trains run follow! I WRHTWAKU. EASTWARD. Way Mall Aco. PlM.lVllIl'U PRINOIPAL HTATIONfl. J'lmMailiAtl'.i MITI. Ex. Tr'ni El. I Aoo. r. m. .ao . 5. M III .4ll 6. M 7. Ill t.W T.4H t.M S.UO A.M. 11.110 8(5 (.86 ill .47 .W 7 18 W) (.40 88 .at I. mi; S.H I.nii .s .M I in" I 91 1.43 I. Mi .tw J.i.l I in I. Ni 4.1KII Ifarrlsbiirir, Km'kvlllr, Marysvllle, IMint'auuull. bully' Newport Mlller.tnwn, Ttiompaont'u Mexico Port Itoyal.... MIITIIn Lftwlatown J., Amlpr.mi'a,.., Mc Veytnwn ... N. Hamilton.. Hmitlnirdoil,.. Tyrone, ....... Altoona r M r.m. r.w, .! 10.64 7.6H siil S.JI DM IW .04 .ao ft.SM IMS M II. S3 7. BO 10.10 T.li .4 i.M .49 4. BO' S.l I il h' i'i d In 11.04, 1.40 S.4S n ii rr 4.53 .Ml .4 10.14 l.0t S.U l no 1.15 HI. Ill 4 47 .?. 4.1 t.BHI t.M .w a.eoi S.H i so ii.it A.M. P.M. r.M.i 1.11 V.H.I r.M.i fPlttnlmnr Rhithm leaves Itarrlstinnrat I1.mv.if. Dimoannoti l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. APRIL 1, 1879. fiht fUoomfitlb ftnus. -or o . o HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. V inrlt rntnmnnlratinns ri'nm sll pcturms who sre IntcroKtpd tumstteri rorl- bxlouvluir to this de partment. For Tk DloomBild Time A MMler'i View of Wheat. EniTon Timkh: As tbe subject of wheat, flour and bread Is largely discuss ed in nearly all the Journals of the present day, devoted to that branch of industry, and as thnt branch of indus try is the closest allied to the comfort of every one, I would ask for a little space in your valuable paper, for the purpose of bringing to the notice of your readers what scientific men say on what I have been trying to impress upon the far mers, 1. e., the selection of the best wheat for general cultivation, and also curing of the same; because just as much, if not more, depends on the quality and condition of the wheat to make good flour, than on the milling thereof. I subjoin an extract of an article from a Journal devoted to the milli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD. PA., Al'lllL 1, 1879. 7. ProfoRsioual Curds. w v niNtlN AUornev-at-t.aw. I. ' New Blooinlleld, Perryoo., F. &nmn. Vait diiiir tn the residence of Juries Juuktn. 40tl a u SMlHIflFt.. AhtnrnAV..t.l.n. new niuuiiiiimu, t hi i j utiiiiitjf . iw" rkfTlna nntimltfl thn Mamlnn Ilnlian Pi nd i throe doors east of the Post-0 tllce. -r BW19 l'OTTKll, ATXOUNKY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO., PA. -Claims promptly secured collected Wrltlngsaud all legal business carefullyattend edto. a yl rOIAHLES II. HMILKV, Attorney at Law. I Nw HliinmllHlii. Peirv Co. P WOllloe two doors east uf Joseph Hmlth's thotel. (August 2, 18i2. iitm A si'nNSt.irii Att,ornev-at-ljw. V Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Blooinlleld, Perry Co., Pa. 8 ly TOHN 0. 8I1ATT0, Surgeon Dentist. New Uloomtleld. Ferrvco.. Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Hurnlcal Dentistrv done lu the best manner, and at reasonable prices. VOIllce at his residence one door Eastofthe Robinson H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 April 1879

8 Under a Stone by a Tree. Elisabeth, N. J., March 25. Several nights ago a burglar entered the house of William C. Stausbury, in Westfleld, and stole IMOO In money. Yesterday after noon Mr. Stansbury reoelved a letter, drop ped In the Westfiold Tost Oflloe, arid print ed with a lead pencil In rough black charac ters. The letter told him that If he would visit at midnight a certain apple tree on his plaoe he would find near it a atone with his money hidden under it. Mr. Staos bury'a wife advised him not to wait until midnight, but to go immediately, as no one would dare place the money there af ter he reoelved the letter for fear of detect ion, and if it was there already some one might accidentally overturn the stone and find it. Mr. Stansbury went to the designated place, found a stone, turned it over, and there lay a roll of bank notes. There was 11,000 in the roll. The letter snid that the writer was a woman ; that her husband had atolen the money while drunk ; and that she woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 April 1879

1 ..,- M QQ ' Vr" rf " H ffUl ft - J " V, I - , , , , VOL. XIII. NEW BLOOMKIE1L.3D, PA., TUESDAY, APItlL B, 1871. NO. 15. THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, It PUBL1BHD1VHRTTUHSDATBT F. MORTIMER & CO. BUllSCIlirTION P 11 ICE. (WITHIN THB C0CHTT.) One Year II 2 81 Months, 75 (OUT Of TBI OOUNTT.) One Year. (Postage Included) II M Hlx Mouths, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I ' W Adrertlslng rates (urnished upon appli cation. $eledt roetfy. DOT STUPPORN PONY. Mlt bier I growt so belly Dot too much the walkln' pe i So I pyed me of von pony, But dot pettier be sheat me, Bote eyes of blm vas llmpy, Bote tecksof him yaspllnd; But dot rot proke of me mine heart Dot pony ras ouklnd. He keeck Just like a stupporn mule, Oop, town, pe tore, pehlml, Und how I cure dot pony ) I rolt oop In my mind, Dot svmpntee yas nonsense i Bhust eferydlnks he preak : Yen sutten koomed ron grand I tee, I tole you how I make, I beetched him mlt de shatters, But, outside In, Instet, Ills ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AWIIL 8, 1879. ROMANCE OF A DISH-TOWEL A 8T0RY FOR GIRLS. TTOW happens U, Tom, that you XI never married V" ttsked Harry Stanhope of his friend Tom Meredith, as the two sauntered slowly along Broad way one flue spring afternoon. " Because I could never find any wo man who would have me, I suppose," answered Tom laughingly " No use to tell me that, old fellow," rejoined Harry. " Girls are not so fool ish as to decline taking a good-looking man like you, with plenty of money ; yet here you are, nearly thirty years old, and no more prospect of settling than you had ten years ago. Now, If it were me, why the case Is very different. A doctor, just struggling Into practice, is scarcely considered ' eligible' by the match-making mammas, to say noth ing of their worldly-wise daughters; but they are all ready and eager to smile upon you, and you nirgbt as well make your choice." " Thank you," answered Tom, still laughing. " When I find a young lady who can com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 April 1879

8 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8BNGIKBTRA1N8. Nov. loth", 1878. TRAINS LEAVE HARRI8BURQ AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 6.20, 8.Ha. m. loop. m. and 7.6.) i. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 6.10, M5 a.m. 2.00 and 4. (Hi p. in. For Heading, at 6.20, 6.10, 9.45 a. m. and 3.00 4.00 and 7.65. For Pottsvllle at 6.20. 6.10 a. m., and 4.00 p. in., and via Hohuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 1.40 p. ni. For Auburn via . & 8. Br. at 6.30 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, g.loa. ni.,audat 2.00, 4.00 and 7.65 p. m. The 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and 7.69 p. m., trains bave through cars for New York. The 6.20, a. in., trains have through carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 5.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way titatlontat 1.45 p. ni. TRAINS FOR HARR1SBURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00 , 6.30 and 7.45 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 0.45 a. m. 4.00, and 7.20 p.m. Leave Reading, at t4.40, T.40,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 April 1879

T11U TIMES, NEW BLOOMl'IELD, PA., APRIL 8, 1871). THE TIMES. New lHoomfleld, April , 1H79. NOT1CK TO AVRIlTI8EltS. Ma tint or Rtrrrntyiw will b Inserted In this ier nnlfM IlKtat face and no uiotal Iaih. tw Twenty per cent. In nimm of rfwittr rnte, will be ohsnrod (or mlvxrtlmioeuU mt In boiible Uulitmu. NOTICR TO HUlWCHIBEttt. I.nnk t tho flimres on the leliel of your riKr. ThnnrnKUiivtrll vnu the ditto twwhlt yonrmib- rrlplUiilapnltl. Vvitlilii a wjekii alter money Is sunt, toe If the UW Is chawed. No other receipt leneoMeftry. -"ThB present Circulation of THB TIMH3 exceeds NINETBBN HUNDRED copies. Our malllnu list Jseftways opon to tbe inspection of adrertloers. Vvjt Phil'a. Weekuy "Press," is one of the best weeklies published. It gives a general epitome of news with such other Interesting reading as to iuake.it a general family favorite. The issue of March 20th, begins a story whleh promises to be one of great in. terest. The " Press" is published by the 41 Press" Company, of .P...

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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