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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

j! NEW BLOOMFI35L33, PA., TUESDAY, J -A-lSTTJA.il Y 2, 1877. NO. 1. VOL. XI. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Sewspapcr, IS FUM.lBITBn KVBUT TUR8DAY BT V. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Prloe. 'Within the County II 2.1 " " . Hlx month, 7ft Out of the County, Including pwtUtca, ISO " " ' six months " . , 85 Invariably In Advance I A WOMAN'S SECRET. A Slory of the Revolution. CONTINUED. : rpiIE orderly-book was gone ! Death JL and furies! What was to be done now ? The prank of the night before, though, like most practical jokes, more . amusing to their perpetrators than to their victims, seemed to have been but the prologue to a more serious-jest oneof those jests which are paradoxically, but truly, called " no joke." As long ns the ghost was content to confine the over flowings of his animal spirits to new combinations of the tables and chalrs,to . a novel arrangement of the bed-clothes, or to a summary divorce of the shovel and tongs, his effervescences, if not ab solutely agreeabl...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, VA JANUAHY 2, 1877. Josiah's Pleasure "Exertion." THEY htve been havlnV plcaouro ex ertlotiB nil BurarBer here to Jonen vllle. Evory vreek a'rnont they would go off on a exertion after pleasure, and JohIuIi was all up Id end to go too. Tlmt man it a well-principled man as t ever see ; but If he bad liis head he would be worse than any young inau I ever Bee to follor Up picnics, and 4th of Julys, and camp meetln's, and all pleas ure exertions. But I don't encourage him in It. I have suid to him, time and agin, " There In a time for everything, Joeiah Allen, and afteranybody had lost all their teeth, and every mite of hair on the top of their head, it la time for 'em to stop goin' to pleasure exertions." But good lnnd! I might Jest as Well talk to the wind. If that man should get to be ns old as Mr. Methusler, and be a goln' a thousand years old, he would prick up his ears if he should hear of an exertion. All summer long that man has beset me to go to 'em,f...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 2, 1877. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANOEMKNT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. NovemberZHtli, 1870. TKAIN8 LEAVE HARR1SBURG AS FOLLOWB i For New York, at 6.20. 8.10 s. m. S.00 and 7FrPpirlMelphl, at 6.80, 6.10, 9.45 .m.I.C0 and 8.67 p. in. i For Heading, at 6,20, 1.10, 0.48 a. m. 8.00 J.67 and 7.6ft u. m. , t For Pottsvlfle at 6.2". (1.10 a.m.. and S.CTp. m.and Tin Bchuylklll and Susquehanna Brancb ForU Allentown. at 6.20, 8.10 a. in., 100, S.67 and 7. 65p. m. .,.... The 6.20,8.10 a. tn. 2.00 p.m. and 7.56 p. m. trains hare through cars for New York. The 5.2, 8.10 a. in., and 2.00 p. m. trains bate through cars (or Philadelphia. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 5.20 a. m. . . . ForAllentown and Way Station at 5.20 a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Stations at l.6p. in. TRAINS FOR HARRISBtTRO, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.30 and T.Mp. m. Iave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. S.40, and 7.2t p. ni. Leave Reading, at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

THE TIMES NEW ISLOOMl'IELD, PA., JANUAUY 2, 1877. THE TIMES. Xtw llloomfleld, Jan. 2, 1877. NOTICE TO ADVEHTISKHS. No Ont or Stereotype will ho Itmprlfd In ttali papnr vdImr livht fftcw aud on luoUl bwe. MTTwunly mrwnl.tn rat of repniltr ntm, will be chanced fur advertiiemenu net In Double Ooiumn. NOTIt'K TO SUnHCIIIBERS. t.nek it the lliniree on the lubel of ronr paper, 'ThonctlnirrHtcn ynu thti date to whlcli Tnlr rrlalUn la nld. Wiibln wwk alter iuoim v 1 eut, ace If the Ute li cliaiwed. No other receipt a necewary. OUR TERMS FOR 1877! The rates at which Tub Tuies will be furnished to clubs and single subserlb ers for the coming year are as follows : W1TI1IN THE COUNTY, Single copies $1.25. 10 copies for $11.00. 20 copies (or more at me rate,) for f 30.00. OUT OF THE COUNTY, Single copies - fl.50. 10 copies ... for f 18.00. 20 copies (or more at same rate,) for $-34.00. To the person whe get9 p a club of twenty new subscribers we will, In ad dition to sending an extra copy of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

TUB tlMtia, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 2, 1877. 5 THE TIMES. I05hl Dcicll'tllClt. PENNSYLVANIA &. S.-MIIJDLE DIVISION. On nd after Nonmbcr t7th, Trains ran M follow l WESTWARD. .' r EASTWARD. Way Mail Aoo. Pawt.Tr'u Tr'n .Jp.M.!p.M. .Mil l.ofl i.ao 0.13 I. its! -! 1.471 6 66 S.3S 1.04 SIS MV! .H l S.01I 8. 88 B.M 50 i.WI 7. l ' RSS; 8.03, 7.2d US! 6. IS 7.4S .Ml 8.23, 7.IU 10.10 .M 1,00 J'tu.MalliAtl'.i Mffl. Kx. Tr'u Ex. Ac. Stations. P.M. P.H.IP.M, A. M. 8.15 11.04, 8.: Harrlsbnnr, RlN'kVlllK. Marysvllle, llnm-anuoD, Bally Newport Millerstown, Xhompaout'n Mpxieo 1.80 1.17 . 7.W 7.6(1 8.90 til 7.68 7.K1 7.19 7.07 .64 t.m t.Xi 13. ka! 7. no 10.M 13. Wl 7.06 13.91 6.64 lIO.OS U.e 42 6.1(0 16 11.67 11.41 Port Kuyai.... Mifflin II an' A. 10 11 .Ml D.IK), .! 1U.U I.M, t ,1....... Y 11.04 0.0 0.01 10.84' .09 8.S7 In 1A 4 47 ( Anderson's,... :i Sit'Vt'ytowu,.. , Hamilton, . iintinifdou,.. i Tvrone. U.14 4,22 11.40 4.47 la.'.n t.2'. Lis e.st. l.U 7.10 r.M. p.m.i 9.37. 4.15' 7. Ml S.f...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

THE TIMES "NEW BLOOM FIELD, TA., JANUARY 2, 1877. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. t w wr - .- - We Invite cnramnntrstlOTis from ll rron whnirt InterMtAdtn mttrs properly belonsiuir to this de partment. -A tluettlon put to the Connecticut Board T Agriculture. '"Mytfiig sickened, rcftised to eat and 'be comforted ; tongue not much furred, -tail ft little. Bmith wild, give charcoal, but no hankering for charcoal was man ifest. Brown said It was tooth-ache,and weJinocked out one that seemed to crowd. The downcast expression 5f the animal continued, and Jones recom mended bleeding by the excision of the tail. 'No blood ; successive Inches were lopped, until there was little or nothing left for subsequent operators; still little bloodr and no improvement in the de jected expression of the beast. Eyelet hole In the legs were then searched for and cleansed. Williams said it would promote healthier action, but here the pig lay down without much other action of any sort. Peebles now said the case was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 2, 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE I Cheapest and Best t THE HARRISBURG Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. To .11 ni-w mihM'rlbvr. and to .11 present auhwrlbers vtuewiuK Uielr sulworiiitton. THE DAILY PATRIOT Will he sent at th followlna- ratue : I ciw, 1 yr, ixwttifn imi.id... i ooiiej, (in cinb), . iX ,5 . "."""""""".(CMH) loorydm1n(rthei('""l"iof the i-lMnro .....tot 1 "W. 1 ye", ami 1 copy, 1 5'ar, of either H- paid on both THE WEEKLY PATRIOT WUl be pent t the following rates 1 copy, 1 year, postaKepiejiatd ;; 16 " " nd 1 copy toiretternpof elul; 10.00 91 coriee, 1 year poetx prepaid, .lid 1 copy to irtittiT.up of club 00 t copy, one year, and one copy, one year, or either Habpkb'b Mohthly or Uari-kh Da kar, pontage pr-epaid on both ........... . .... iw The .nbacrintlnn price of Harper'. Monthly ami Harper's Bazar In 4.0 each, thus eccnrinir . mibecrl beraoipyof the Wkhely 1'atiuot for 50 cent. In d filtion to what he would h.ve to pay for eithe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 January 1877

8 THE TIMES, NEW TJLOOMIIELI), PA., JANUAltY 2, 1877. Rather out of Season. A 'Washington (Montana) paper eays t Last Sunday ulght at about ton o'clock, tbore was an immense number of grass hoppers passed over and through this town. The night was very dark, buttlie "hoppers" came , buttinp against the buildings, rattling ngiluBt the windows, entering the houses at the opeu windows and doors, and playing hnvoo with the over-superstitious, for tunny persons had goue to bed and were In their (lint sweet sleep, as the "hopprrs" commenced to rattlo against the glass of the windows and jiluipiibout rooms, making a noise like unto a parcel of baby spirits out on their lirst spree. It was a strange experience for those who were awake and took the pains to go out doors and listen to the odd small noise that filled the air, produced by the coucussion of their wings and the butting of their heads against any obstacle in their way. As far as could be judged from the noise they mado, they were I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

'ill Mr. W F 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 T n WMm I I ' . . I I VOL. XI. JSTIilW JBLOOMITIELID, PA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 0,1877. NO. 2. . . ..-.. ii : i j ( !.. . -t : ' , i . : ' I THE TIMES.;, An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 FtJBLIgniW IVKRT TUBSIUT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Prloe. Within the County, tl 25 " " ' " HI x month 75 Out of the Conntv. inoludlna oostane. 150 six months T' 85 Invariably In Advance I LITTLE THINGS. - A cup of water timely brought, An offered easy chair, A turning of the window blind. That all may feel the air. An early flower unasked bestowed, A light and cautious tread, A rolce to softest whispers hushed. To spare an aching head. Oh, things like these, though little things. The purest love disclose As fragrant atoms In the air lterealthe hidden rose. A WOMAN'S SECRET. A Story of the Revolution. CONTINUED. il T HOPE that your lordship docs not X look upon my part In this unfor tunate business as amounting to culpa ble negligence or neglect of duty ?" In gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

THIS TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A., JAN U Alt Y 0,1871. Slythorpe's Little Qamb. . , IN u darkened chamber, dark with the awful shadow still more than with the lack of material light, four persons frath cred round ft bd, on hleh la & timn hearing on his 'Ihee the unmlHtnkhble lgns of the summons which none cart refuse to answeri A weeping girl knelt by the bedside, her faco bent over the nerveless hand which lay upon the cov erM, and which she held an though by that convulsive clnnp die could hold her father still to life. The doctor and nume stood quietly nulde, ns having done their part and waiting for the Inevitable end. A shaded lamp eaot a ring of bright, white light amid Its surrounding gloom, and within Its gleaming clrcle.at n table covered with papers and writing mate, rials, sat the dying man's solicitor en gaged in the preparation of hi will. The instructions were short and simple, liernard Hope had but one near relative, his daughter Mary, now kneeling by bin ldHl(lu,au...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

THE T3foi&fjfcV-'totA)6MM 1877. 3 Hchenok's Pulmonic flrrnn.Sr-a Weed Tomo wo Makdsakb PiM.. These deserv edly eelebratnd and popular medicines nave effected a revolution In tlie healing art, and proved the fallaoy of several maxim which have for many yearn obstructed the progress of medical iclence. The fain supposition that " Coosnmptlon It Incurable" deterred physi cians from attempting to And remedies for that disease, and patient afflicted with It reconcil ed themselves to death without making ao ef fort to eeoape from a doom which they tap poed to be unavoidable It la now proved, however, that Consumption can be Cured, and that It hai been cured in a Tory great number f cnees (some of them apparently desperate ones) by Bchenck'f rulmonlo Byrup alone and In other cases by the same medicine In connection with Sehenck'i Bea Wsed Tonic and Mandrake Pills, one or both, according to) the requirements of the case. Dr. Bcbenck himself who enjoyed uninter rupted good health for mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

4 THE, TIMES, my pLOOmhT), YA.,!JAVAYp, 77. THE TIMES. NewBUxHn field, niwt, , iTf NOTtOK TO ADVEttTISERS. Ho Cnt or Rtarentyt'e will b Inserted In thU paner nleaa llffht faoe end on mHal base. tWTwotire per wilt, in mnwn of reanler miM, will ohe.rweu for adrertiaetnouta aetlu Double Criluuin. NOTICE TO HlinsOIMBEHH. J.aek at the flimrra on the Intwl of ymir r.nper, Tlumt. limine tll vniuhn liMearti lh " nrtplten lBald. Mlli1" 8 a-ti'ka alli-r Money la ant, ee If the date la cuanired. No other receipt la Deceaaary. 1 OUR TERMS FOR 1877! Therates at which The Times will 'be furnished to clubs and Blngie etfhscrlb n for the coming year are aa follows : WITH1N THE COUNTY, -einftle coplM 91.35. 10 copies ..... - for f 11.00. 90 copies x(or more at same rate,) for 'M.W. OUT OF THE COUNTY, Single copies fl.BO. 10 copies for 918.00. 20 copies (or mors at same rate,) for 124.00. To the person whe gets tip a dub of twenty new subscribers we wW, In ad dition to se!d!ij an extra copy of the pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

MTiiMdkiiMtJ(fcriU THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA;, JANUARY 9, 1 1877f : THE TIMES. IorDepltiftttciit.!,j On aud titer November 17th, Trains run follows WESTWARD. ,. if EASTWARD. Wsjri WsUAnc.il' Pntirmfi.i J'tniMailiAH'.i Mill Pas,Tr'u,Tr'ii I Stations. Ex, Tr'u fcx. Aeo. . . .i. A. M. r.m. i 1.09 13.(8 t.UOj o.ial i.88! t 80 .88 .4 47 t.M 1.04' fl IS t.M. 0 4(1 1.84 M, .W 7. HI 8 (LI I.Sfl .18 . 8.981 t.ra Hsrrlilmrn, Rnckrllle. , . flarysvlllo, hincsnuou, Bully'", Newport,.. ... MillHintown, Tltompsout'n. Mexico,...,.... Port R .... MlrTUi Lewlfitnwn 4., AudetKOU'H,... 8 IB 11.0(5 A. M. 8.88 8.80 8.11 7.83 IK! ! 7.19 i 7.07 MS 6.88 6.86 7.69 rail1 itml 31 f.SolO.SD 8.6 u XI H.SS 18.08 11.67 11.41 11. Si ll.ua 11.041 7. lift! .l)1 IM 10.09 4121 . 6.80 e.ifl a. 10 6.0b t.lSi (.40, 6.61 10. IU lo.ti .)! 8.00 I.MI 4.8jl 4.47 6 16 7.101 11.14 11.(11 U.'-M 1.16 mcvcyuiwn,.. N.HsrallUm,. Huntiiwdon,.. TyrrniH Altooua 10. 84' (1.09, 8.S7 111 lfl 4.47 .M 4.11 T.Sfl' 8.60, .S 6U 8.19; (.60 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

0 THE TIMKS; NEW IILOOMFIELD, PA., .TAMJAItY 0, 1877. : HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite enramunlntlntm from ll persons whners tntrtdln ujsttnrs properly belotis-iuif lo this de partment. flog Pens and Hog Cholera. . "Ttw weight at testimony reganhng hogcttofor, or Intestinal fever n It might more properly be called, goes to show that It results either from a variety of circumstances, all of which, however, can be classed under the one distinguish ing head of neglect or violation of proper sanitary conditions, or else It Is due to contagion or infection from diseased herds. This seems to be well founded, and if so, the remedy Is a simple, al though not an easy one. To change the whole manner of keeping swine, and to avoid the danger of Infection from the herds of those farmers who never read, and who never learn anything, is no easy matter, however easy it may be to say that it must be done. Much may be done by example, and if those who can adopt healthful methods of herding their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIfXD, PA., JANUAKY 9. 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE! Cheapest and Best! the HAnmsBuna Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1077. I- To all nnw Piiburrltani nd to all present mioflcribert ' tfinwluif their Bubsvrliiiious THE DAILY PATRIOT j Will b sent at the fallowirs" rates i 1 cony, 1 year, postaKr prepaid si- oo!.f...lu cub). ;; :-;;;;S l il " mm ( 1 oopy during the session of the Lfluture 8.00 J 1 1 copy, 1 j car, and 1 copy, I year, of either 1Ia. i mas Monthly or HAaraa'a Bacaii, poataK paid ou both 27TE WEEKLY PATRIOT 'I Will be ent ai the following- rate i 7 1 copy. 1 year, pontaKe pit jiaid falsi ; 4co.fea, ' 6.U0 i 10 " " " lo oo f, 16 and 1 copy to iretter-npof elnb U.0O ' 81 oonlea, I year imtasre prepaid, f ana 1 copy to tetter. up of club ,8100 either Hari-eh's Monthly or Hahpbh's 1a- cah, poHtave pr-epaid on both .... .. ., f4.M The subscription price of Harper's Monthly and Harper's Baiarla 4 W each, thua aenurilia; a subscri beracopyof the Wkeklt Patriot fur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 January 1877

THE1 TIM1& NEW llLOOMRiiLI)', PA1.,1 JANUAltY 9.187T1 8 A Rail-Road Strike. The Btrlke on the Grand lruok railway continues and has extended over the eutire road. Disturbances have oocured at several places, and at Point Bt. Charles the en gineers seized the turn-table and rofuse to let any train pass. Engines and cm A n oiimber the road at intervals. One train from Moutreal was abandoned a few miles from Coburg, and the passengeis, 00 in number, were taken to Coburg in sleighs. The compauy say they can provide en gineer for the patwongHis and most of the freight trains, if Mio authorities will guar antee the safety of the substitutes and the company's property. Uu the other hand, the strikers are determined that there shall be no traffic on the road uutil their demands are complied with, and their numbers and attitude are so formidable that no attempt to move an eugine has yet been made. A force of military has been sent to Belleville Htatiou to preserve the ptmco and pilot a p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

m I'; tw!;;: ( VOL. XI. NEAVBLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, JANUAKY 1(5,1877. NO. 3. I N THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, is runusnsrt bvert tuesuat bt R MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Price. Within the Comity II Zr " " " Bin months 75 Out ot the County, Including postage. 1 W " " " sli months " 85 Invariably in Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon application. A WOMAN'S SECRET. A Story of the Revolution. CONTINUED. IT was all over. The Irreparable step was taken. The Kubleon of life was passed. The hour that was just expired would tinge with 1(8 hues every future moment of his life. He felt that it was no light tiling that he had just done,and though he was conscious of a deep hap piness, it was no boisterous joy ; and it was not only with ease, but with satis faction, restrained within the limits of his own breast, until the due time of disclosure. It was a pleasure to feel that he had a secret hoard of happines, known only to himself, which he might count over with a mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA., JANUARY 10, 1877. If a Woman Will, She Will. i OLD JACOB MUDULK WORT1 1 was a stubborn man. I have good ground for tbe belief that never, since the destruction of Phnronh, has a more stubborn, self-willed Individual existed. Jacob Mutlrtleworth had, like Jeph tha, Judge of Israel, one fair divughtcr, and no more, which he loved passing well. He loved her so well, In fiict, that he dared not trust her to select a partner for life, but Insisted upon It that lie was bet ter iiimlllleil to Judge who was best cal culated to Insure her happiness In the marriage state. Bho entertained quite a dlflbrent opinion, and as she Inherited not a little of her father's principal mental characteristic, she tlrmly re solved that she would never submit to her father's will In that respect. Her name was Harriet Harriet Mud dleworth. The residence of the Muddleworlhsi was In Flyburg, In Central New York. Old Jacob was a I may say he was the main pillar of society In that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., JANUARY 10, 1877. Hchdirk's Pulmonic Syrup, Hen Weed Tomo AND M ASDKARB Plt.l.. These deeerv dly celebrated and popular medicines have effected a revolution In the healing art, and proved the fallacy of ieveml maxim which hare for many year obstructed the proprrei of medical iclonee. The false mppotltlon that "Consumption l Incurable" deterred phyel ulana from attempting to find remedlei for that disease, and patients amictod with It reconcil ed themselves to death without making an ef fort to escape from a doom which they sup posed to be unavoidable. It Is now proved, however, that Consumption can be Cured, and that It has been enrod In a very (treat number of cases (some of them apparently desperate ones) by Bchenck'i Pulmonlo Byrup alone and In other cases by the same medicine In connection with Bchenck's Bea Weed Tonlo and Mandrake Pills, one or both, according to the requirements of the case. Dr. Behenck himself who enjoyed uninter rupted (rood ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 January 1877

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00MF1ELD, PA., JANUARY 10, 1877. THE TIMES. JVeto Moomfleld, Jan. 10, 1877. NOTICE TO ADVJIIT18EI18. Ho Ont or HtM-aotype will ha lnf ,-ld In toll paper Snlaaa llirhk fane and ou moUl baae. sr"Twnnty par rant, in mi of f wila' rataa, will b charred fur adva rtiHemmita not lu louble Column. NOTICE TO HI HWt RIBKRW. I ,aoh at tlio liifiiro nn Ilia latwl of your paper. Th'wciliriirpn tell vnn the ilnte to which rear ub nrlptlna In paid. It lltn wtwka alter money la miI, m If the data la olianifed. No other reoelpt la neceaaary. Other Publications. Any of our subscribers wishing some other publication In connection with TnE Times enn have either of the fol lowing by remitting the amounts men tioned below : Tht Timet and Peter eon's Magaslne for J3-75. " Harper's Magazine " Harper's Bazaar " Harper's Weekly " Demorest's Monthly 4.50. $4.50. $4.60. $1.50. $8.00. it " "Lltloll's Living Ago The above oiler includes postage for the year. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information...

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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