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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

VOL. Xlll. IsTEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, APIllX, 29, 1879. NO. 18. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BTERT TtTEBDAT BT P. MORTIMER & CO. SUBSCRIPTION 1 It I C E . (WITUIH TUB COUHTT.) One Year H 25 BixMoutks 75. (OUT Or TUB COUNTY.) One Year. (Postage included) 1150 Bix Months, (Pontage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I n- Advertising rates (urmshed upon appli cation. Fon Tub Timks. SONNETS. Nature Sufficient. When I go sauntering In the fresh, free air To talk with Nature, books I leave behind. For thus alone I recreate my m lnd With her, and thus her sympathy I share. She shows me things most marvelous everywhere ; Borne new delight at every step I find. Little with dead men to converse Inclined, Charmed with melodious life, and pictures fair. Enough do these my faculties engage; These to my soul more pleasing thoughts supply Than those of poet, scientist, or sage. A silent warfare with myself I wage, And the great queen seems angry, If mine eye, Ne...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., APRIL 29. 1879. him, and when you're loaded, we'll give the brig's crew a shot from the big (wan gun ; that's what'll tell if any tiling will. If we can drive 'em below, and I can keep those cursed canoes beached, we can get the men from the cross-trees easy enough. Let 'em have it now, Murray right amongst the crowd near the Sstump of the main mast." Some twenty of the savages were Clustered near the place Indicated by Qraham as we afterwards discovered, around a wounded native, one of the boat's crew and having directed the men to pull a few strokes till I was at the distance I desired, the old shotgun again gave its double rour. The effect was all we could have wish ed. Three or four of the poor wretches foil, and others were wounded; but what delighted us was, that their com panions, who were up to this time had been on deck and along the rails, armed With the deadly whallng-gear, were so terrified at the slaughter cccasloned by our fire, which t...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIEJD, PA., APRIL 29, 1870. 13 RAIL 'APJ PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF P A8BKNOERTRAIN8. Nov. lolh 1878. TRAINS LEAVKUAKKIBBURGABFOLLOWB Fur New York. at 8.20. 8.10 a.m. t.Wiu.m. and T.M P- m. Fur Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.46 a.m. 9.00 nd 4 oo p. in. Fur Reading, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.45a. m. and 2.00 1.00 and 7.f5. , , Fur I'oltsvilie at B.viu, B.io a. m.. ana s.uu p. in., and Tla Hchuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 1.40 p. m. Fur Auburn Tla H. & B. Br. at 6.S0 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10a. ni., and at 2.00, 4.00 and 7.66 p. m. ..... . , rim i.ai. mnt. m.. and 7.66 D. In., trains hare through car lor New lork. The 6.20, a. m., trains have through carstor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allntowu and Way Stations at 6.20 a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way titatlonrat 1.48 p. in. TRAINS FOR UARiUBnUKO, LEAVE AB FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.4 p. in. Leave t'hlladelphla, at 9. 46 a....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

T1IU TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), 1A.. APRIL 20, 1870. THE TIMES. New Jtloomfield, Airil 29, 1S79. NOT1CK TO AIVKHTI8EI. !o Put or Btrentyr will he Inserted In this llr Boles lltrht face sud uu metal baae. nrTwentyrercent. InMcem of rrprtitar rati, will twebawedforadvertlimueuta aetln loullOoluiuu. MOTICR TO fUTlWCH-IUFBS. I.nnk at the flirnnm on the lalwl of your raper f hose Airum tell vnu the rinte to which yonr snfe- f-rlpiUnlxpnlil. Wlllilii "" "r money la ent, are If the data ia changed. No other reoeli't la Deceaearr. - The present Circulation of THB TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our malltrur list la always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. Gen. John A. Dix died at his resi dence In New York on Tuesday Inst. In Ohio a woman can be appointed a Notary Tubllo. The Border, raid bill, and the riot damage, bills, having been defeated there is a chance for some other business to be done. Petroleum appears to be taking rank with tea, coffee and sugar in Europe as an article ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

rilM TlMli&lcNTTVJUiOOMFIELI), PA., APIUL 29, 1870. 5 TIMES. oeai PENNSYLVANIA B. MIDCLZ DIVISION. On uil after JuueiBtli, Tralut ruu u follow! i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WnfM.it! A en., pBimilPAL Btationh. I J'ua El. MitltiAtP. Tr'ui Ex. Mm- Aou. iru A.M P.M. P.M. .I6 .10.611 7.IWI 7.6l! 7. mi 10.9(1 .M. v.oo 845 Ml 8.19 7.47 IM 7.10 70(1 6.40 6 lid ana a.uo B.IH r.m. 1.81) .41) .61 r. h. s.so 6.4K I.M 8. IS 4(1 e.en 7.1(1 mm T.4 I.M tUrrlKburKi ItorkvlllK, Marysvllle, itltl(KUUUUt lally'n Newport, Mtllerfttnwn, Tlininpfont'u. MpsIco,.. ...... Tort Royal.... MIITIIll Lewtstnwn J.i Anilemon's,... MnVej-tiwii,.. N. ttstnlltnn,. Htititlnviton,.. Tyrone, ., AJtoniia p.m. I. mi a. si oat ess K.IH (.ai cm f 4H P.St IU.IU uua a. (IB a. ill .4:i 19. ts 7. no; 19.W ass l.m a. am a.aui B.Bil It. IX a. iii s.iih P. In 4.001 4.97! .AJi 6.3)1 .84 I 7.9U . ll.U4i ft. 40, 8.411 ! 10.84' LOP1 S.M! ; III. Ill1 4 47 H.II7I 4.11k MM 8.51V ;M H.Kll 1 R.ISi 9.(11 S.lli 1 i.U. P.M. P.M.I It 14 11.40 I9.a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

0. mt flloomfiiib Sinus. HOUSE, FA KM AND GARDEN. We tnrlte nommtmirallnns from nil persons who are inlrrMtrd lu matters properly belouitiuK to tlila da- School For Girls. At the Iowa Agricultural College every girl In the Junior class has learned how to make good bread, weighing and measuring her ingredients, mixing kneading and halting, and regulating her fire. Each has been taught to make her yeast and make blsnult, puddings, pies and cakes of various kinds; how to cook a roast, broil a steak and make a fragrant cup of coffee ; how to stuff and roast a turkey, make oyster soup, pre pare stock for other soups, steam and mash potatoes so that they will melt in the mouth, and, In short to get up a first class meal, combining both substantial and fancy dishes In good style. English classic and mathematical studies are not neglected. It Is reported that the teach ing of sewing In the Boston schools Is very successful. Although Instruction Is given to each girl only two hours each week...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELD. PA., APRIL 29, 1879. 7 rrofossiouftl Cards. JB. JUNK1N, Attorney-at-Law. a New Bloomlleld, Perryeo.,?. t Office Next door to the residence ol Judge Junkln. 6tf AM..MAKKEI,. Attorney-at-Law, , New Bloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. l-y" Office opposite the Mansion House, and three door east of the Post-0 dice. TT EW1S POTTKlt, ATXOUNKY AT LAW, NKWBLOOMK1KLD, FERRY CO., PA. "Claims promptly secured collected Writings aud all legal business carefully attend dto. .2yl CHARLES H.SMILKY, Attorney at Law. New BloomUeld, Perry Co. Pa. aurOilloe two doors east of Joseph Hnillh's hotel. August 2, 1872 TTM. A. 8PON8I.KK, Attorney-at-Law, TV Omce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomtleld, Perry co.. Pa. 82 ly JOHN G18IIATTO, Burgeon Dentist. New Hloointleld, Perryeo., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done Id the best manner, and at reasonable prices. .Offleeat hlsresldence one door East of the Robiuson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponsl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 April 1879

8 Hat-catching at it Business. Mr. Fullorton is n man of thirty-five, and lias praotlood rat-oatohlng seveu years. He was five years In Liverpool, and has been two years in New York City. He look tip the business from an instinctive perception that nature bad denlgned him for its per formance. As be never shrinks front duty, he obeyed the promptings of destiny and thus has boeome what he is. Mr. Fullorton is very ready to oou verse on the subject, of whose Importanoe be has long bad a pow erful conception. He has but one rival in the city, Richard Toner, better known as 'Dick the Ratter." The business Is always performed at night, and Mr. Fullorton averages four nights in a week. Tho places most infested with rats are .hotels, restaurants and slaughter houses. .From one of the for former he took 104, while in one of the latter the catch was 210. The task requires much patience,and three .nights are generally devoted to one place, lie took from one hotel 100 the first night, 200 the ...

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

& 15: i T . .. j--i,ii,'Vi. S . ki .. VOL. Xtll. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 3?l., TUESDAY, MAY 0, 187U. NO. 19. lit! THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVBRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER &. CO. 8 UBSCRIl'l'lUM PltlCE. (WITHIH IBS COCHTT.) One Year II 2 Six Months 73 (OUT 0 THB COUHTT.) One Year, (Postasra Included) II "0 Six Month, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I nr Advertising rates furnished upon application. YOU'LL NEVER GUESS. I know two eyes, two soft brown eyes, Two eyes as sweet and dear As ever danced with giy surprise, Or melted with a tear i In whose fair rays a heart may bask Their shodowed rays serene But, little maid, yon must not aBk Whose gentle eyes I mean. I know a voice of fairy tone, Like brooklet In the June, That sings to please itself alone. A little old world tune : Whose mnsic haunts the listener's ear, And will not leave It free But I shall never tell you, dear, Whose accents they may be. I know a golden-hearted maid For whom I bui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 May 1879

'2 MRS. DELISLETS BOARDERS. T AM more tlinn grieved to hear of X dear Aunt Laura's trouble, and surprlneil to hear that her husband's death Involves her la poverty. You write that she la anxious to open a boardlng-houfle, but lacks capital. l'lease make arrangements for her to ftake Immediate possession of my great, empty house on Thirty-fifth street, and tell her to fill It with boarders from cel lar to attic. I should like her to keep my sroom ready for me in case I return, and ask her to pile In there such articles as .are valuable from association Bhe will know what to select. I write to her by this mull, but as she is very delicate About aooeptlng favors, I trust to you to see that she needs nothing till toy re turn. As the house Is fully furnished, she will only need fuel and provisions pen it at once." It was this paragraph and the letter mentioned as accompanying it, that put Mrs. Dellsle In possession of the plendld brown-stone house, superbly furnished, that was a portion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 May 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAY 0, 1879. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R KHANflEMKNTOF PAB8ENGIERTRAIN8. Xov. lOtli 1878. TRAINS LEAVE UARH1SBUKG AS FOLLOWS Pur New York, at 0.20, S.lfa.m. fcuup.m. tad 7.te p. Hi. For mflaUelphU, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.46 a.m. i.Wlll 4.00 1. 111. , For Reading, t 5,20, 8.10, 9.45 .m. and 8.00 4.U0 aud 7.(5. , . M For Pottsvllle t 8.20, 8.10 a. m.. and 4.00 6. in., and via Bohuylkill and Busquelianna ranch at 2.40 p. m. .... For Auburn via B. S B. Br. at 8.80 a. m. For AriBiitown,at6.20, S.lua. m and at 2.00, 4.00 and T.68 p. m. ,.i. The 6.20, 8.10 a.m., and 7.M p. m., trains have through car lor New York. The 6.20, a. m., trains have through cantor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS : For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allmitown and Way Stations at 6.20a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia aud Way tltatloniiat 1.48 p. m. TRAINS FOR HARUISBURQ, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at8.4R a. m.. 1.00, 6.80and 7Leavenl:hlladelphla, at 9.45 a. m. 4.00, and ''Lea'ventteiu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 May 1879

4 THE TIMES. yew liloom field, Stay 0, 1S70. NOTICK TO ADVEHTIHKIM. Us flnl or stereotype will hn limorlod 111 thli ir ntileaa light face ami nu niLal baae. SfTwanty prVnt. in eirraia of reimlar rates, will bsohanred (or (lnrtlrmnt aetUi Pontile (Jolumn. NOTICR TO fMTIIHC'IMBEitH. I.nnk at tlm rmitrra on tli label of your paper, r'tlmirps fcpll vmi I. n riiim lift willed van r Mil ha rrliillaii la nnlil. Within II wiwka alter money la asm, sea ii tu La data' la cliauaed. Mo other receipt la neceaaarv. " Tha present Circulation of THH TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list la always open to the Inspection of advertisers. The ArriionuATioN bill which was passed by Congress has heen vetoed by the President, owing to his disapproval of political riders that were attached to the hill. The President in his veto rues, sage takes occasion to say that the prac tice of placing general legislation In ap propriation hills Is of doubtful propriety, and suggests that a law he pas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 May 1879

l'llK TIMES, NEW I1L00MFIEL1), 1'A.. MAY 0, 1679. 0 THE TIMES. rENNSYLVANIA It. S.-illDDUB DIVISION., On aud after J iinr i)5Ui, Tralna run follow! t WKrtTWAItl). KASTWAHll. wey Mali, Ace., PaMjl'r'u.Xr'Uj PlHHniPAt, HTATIONM. J'nstMaili Tr'n All'. Mm. Ano. I A.M. !00' 46 8.110 III 1.417 1. Ill J.iw 411 ami Kl r.M r.u. P.M S.IW S.I J, .Ml I 41 IH S.IH 9 40 I.M T m ran narrlsbura', ltolt vlllo. Marysvills, Uumianuoii, tally's Newport MlllorMtown, TtlllllipSOllt'U, floxleo,. ....... 'ort Royal.... MlfNIi I.swisinwn J.( Allilersnn's,... Mo Vpy tnwu ,., N. Hamilton,, lluutlnirdtm,., Tyrone, ....... Altonus,. ...... l.tti sin lu.ge 4:1 .II S.HS K.AH 114 a.ao p. a.i 4S 0 64 lulu I0.4U l.61j l.im 19. M run i i.ni a. 4i a. mi t.w! T . 110 S M .43i (1HII S.IH It. HI .! I.W J.M t.W 11.111) II. M (4. ! too; I 14 "1 lid 1o. m 6. on, III. III! 4 4? H..H7 4. I' d.Ni a.'ja .ta.'M T.Kfll .III: r.u. I 1 '" 1 Ml V.H.I 6 114 .w. P.M.I .lit t.lM A.M. M. rwpittsluirir express Iwm ttsrrlslutrr "1 11.041 ...

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

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. MAY G. 1870. ljc Ijloomfidtr imts. Newport Advertisements. GREAT- ! 11. S. COOK & CO., HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN, We Invtta flnmmmitratlnnH fmm nllpprnnni whrt lire iiu' ruiwi luiiiHiturs property UPiouguikj i tW- Wood Ashes for Peach Trees. I have never known a person Mho would dlpute the RBsertlon with which the chapter on peaches In Thotnm lYult CulturM opens, that "the peach, when in perfection, Is the most delicious fruit of our climate." Unfortunately, the disease known as yellows, and the enemy known as the peach-borer, make It, in many localities, one of the most dlflcult of fruits to grow. For several years I have used wood ashes about my peach trees with lnaVked success In obviating these two evils. About peck of fresh ashes is applied each spring and fall about the stem of the tree hi a little conical mound, that pre. vlously so placed being spread upon the soil when a new application is made. The conical mound prevents the attack of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 May 1879

THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MFIEL1). PA., MAY 0, 1879. 7 Professional Cards. T K..rtJNKIN. Attornev-at-Law, I. New Hloomlleld. Perrco..Pa. r OIHoe Next door to the residence ol Judge Junklu. ton A M.1MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law, , New lllooinlleld, Perry county, Pa. l-7 OfTlce opposite the Mansion Uouse,an three doors east of the Post-UOlce. T EW1S POJL'TKK, . ATTOltNKY AT UW, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PERKY CO., PA. m-Claims tiromntlv secured collected Writings aud all legal business carefullyatteud edto. 42 yl CIIAKLF.8 H. BMILK Y, Attorney at Law. J New lsloomtleld. Perry (Jo. Pa eronitse two doors east of Joseph Smith's Hotel. August z, ioiz "tTTM. A.BPONSLEH. Attorney-at-Law. YV Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New BluouiUeld, Perry oo., Pa. Sii ly TOHN 0. 8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist, New Uloomtleld. Perrveo.. Pa Alt kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable prices. WVOfflce at his residence one door Eastofthe Robinson House, and opposite W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 May 1879

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA;. MAY C. 1879. A Marvelous Rescue. Wn.KKRBARnK, I'a., April 28. The en. tombed minors at Sugar Notch were res cued st eight o'clock this morning. , Yesterday the rescuing party succeeded to drilling a hole through to the lower part of the mine, thus showing that It wss only necessary to drive a few feet further to effect an opening into the gangway. Work was then necessarily performed slowly and .carefully, as there were Indications of fire .damp, which necessitated the driving and .cutting of the coal with the pick alone. The opening was effected at eight o'olock, and Mine Superiuteudent Smith was the ilrst to enter. He found a portion of the men cooking a breakfast of mule steaks, taken from the mule which the boy who 'was sent to warn tbem of the impending disaster had fortunately taken with him, tid which was killed on the second day of their confinement. The balance of the party was engaged in changing the direction of an air course. Very little...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 May 1879

' . ' c VOL. xtii. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1A.., TUESDAY, MAY13, 1870. NO. 20 . THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVBBT TUKSIUT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. SUBSCRIPTION P 11 ICS. (wrrnm tub couktt.) One Year II M six nontHs, 75 (OUT OF TUB COUNTY.) One Year, (Postage Included) II 150 81x Months, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appll cation. $ele5t fPoeti'y. Sweet to Have. When fair fortune smiles kindly npon us, And hope sbeds her bright rays around, When prosperity crowns each endeavor, And riches and honor abound, When life's pathway Is strewn with rich gar lands, And cloudless the bright skies above, It Is sweet to have some one to love us, auu Direct .I iioto Buiug uun w iuiqi When adversity throws Its dark mantle Around our bright visions of Joy, Wheu despair fills our bosoms with anguish, And seeks our fond hopes to destroy, When the friends that we cherished so fondly, Prove false, and turn coldly away, It Is sweet ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 May 1879

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 13, 1879. entliuent fervently, and his brow flush ed with embarrassment. " Do not get heated, madam, I beg. If you only had the sense to nee It, I keep your position In society for you, and without me all your money couldn't do It. Maudle has met with an accldeut and of course will drive home with you. This brave boy here has saved her life, and he can get up with the coachman and go with us. I mean to give him something for lils carriage." Mrs. Landersdale's eyes fell upon John, who was striving to get out of sight. " No, slr-ee, Landersdale 1 It shan't be done. I told that boy more than a year ago to keep out of my sight; and If he's sneaking around for my money, he won't get none of It. lie ain't too good to foot It home ; and perhaps It will be a lesson to him In the future not to hang onto the skirts of rich folks. I'll let you know that this is my carringe, and my money keeps it, Landersdale. You can get in here Maud ; and, Verne," turning ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 May 1879

Tltti TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA., MAY 13, 1879. RAILROA D 8 PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R RRANOF.MENT OF PA8SENGER TRAINS. Nor. lOliT, 1878. CHAINS LEAVE HABR1BBURG A8 FOLLOWS For New York, at 5.20, 8.10 a. m. loop. m. and 7.6J p. m. For Philadelphia, lit 6.20, 8.10, 9.4ft a.m. S.OOmd 4.00 p. m. , . . For Itoadlug, At 8,20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 4.00 and 7.55. . For Pottsvllle at 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and 4.00 6. m., and via Schuylkill and Busquehanna ranch t 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via tt. 8. Br. at 6.80 a. m. For Allentown,at5.20, 8.10a. m and at 2.00, 4.0O and 7.65 p. m. ..,.. The .20, 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., tralm have through cars for New York. ,...,,. The 5.20, a. m., train have through carsfor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 5.20 a.m. ForAUentown and Way Stations at 6.20a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and WayStatlonsat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS FOR HARRI8BURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOW'S : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 8.80and TLeave"plilladelphla, at 9.45 a. m. 4.00, and Leav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 May 1879

THE TIMES, NEAV BLOOMPIELI), I'A., MAY 13, 1870. THE TIMES. yu Itloomfield, May 13, 1870. NOXIUK TO ADVKKTIHKKS. Ho Ont or Rt.irnlyr will hp lnrrtid In this paper aalraiH llKbfc face sud on raoUl bue. tVTwimty parent, in nxcpiur of ri'Kiilsr rstp. will b obarmd tot sitrrrtlMiuunU letlu lmill Column. NOTICE TO RUIIHCIUBEItts. I,inU t the Airtiren on th label of Tour raper. Those ituim1 tell von thn rinte Hi which yoar iil. orlpllnn l nniil. Within II week Iter tnnne,-ra sent, ee If the date la oliantred. No other receipt IB neoe.ttarv. W The present Circulation of THK TIMES exceeds NINETEEN HUNDRED copies. Our mailing list Is always opon to the Inspection of advertisers. The tramp bill has received the Big nature of the Governor, and the meas ure Is now the law- of the State of Penn sylvanla, taking effect the 15th day of August, nest. Discussing the causes of the depression In English trade, the Pall Mall Gazette remarks that the substitution of steel for Iron by the Bessemer proces...

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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