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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

MUM ". ".t.':V..v4 . r v - ' I .'-f'.-iv ! ' !'. i.V . i I-!.: - .. ; ,vu ,1 hi, -'-! , ,.; . . .',-v i ' VOL. XI. NEW.BLOOMFIJftLrV 3AA., TUESDAY, MAY' 2,' 1877. ' 1 . ' 1 I 1 .' 1 1 . ti. . 1 no. 21: THE 'TPM'ES. Aa Independent Family Newspaper, IB rCBUSftBD BTEBT TUESDAY BI K MORTIMER & CO. 0 ' ' Subscription Price. Within the County, .(1 29 fli; months,, 7S Out of the Connty, Inclitu'lnn postage, 160 " .It nmnflia ' Rft six months Invariably in Advance f 3-Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Select Toeti'y. THE REGICIDE JUDGE. FOnffe whn, with two other reaicMe Jnitees arrived in Boston in the Rummer of 166. made for some time his abode In a ear, at West Rork, New Haven, Conn. Afterwards, he is supposed to have been sb.olte.red lu the house of a minister, at Hadlry. Mars. A letter from him bean the date of April, 1669, from " F.bene zer."Mhetvle4 hta htdlna-.place. whalley died Rev. eral years before this period, and Dixwell several aftor. The s-raves of all three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

a frilE TIMES NEW 1)L00MFIEL1), PA. MAY- -22, 1877 - . ' . , ' '4 i .. .. ... . ... lit1. J . r , ; , r (7 . -, r v 1 see what kind of a iluce we , hftve stum bled upon." 1 V i ., ' ,' I " With all my heart.V replied Honoria; and, rlHlng to thotr feet, the two ship wrecked persons slowly took their way towards th interior of the island. A little back from the seashore it was a bright and lovely spot, greeri nnd plo.' turesque, and alountllng f In ttdpleftl fruits of every description. The birds sang from the branches of the great trees of the most Impervious forests.and when the storm which had wrecked the In dlamnn had died away, tho skies were of a lovely azure, bucIi as are seldom seen in pur less favored dime. And yet this lovely little Island was uninhabited. The ship, driven from her track by the fury of the storm, had been wrecked up on a spot unknown to the Navigators 1 where the adventurous keel of the hardy mariner had never chanced to come. Reynolds at once set about proc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

.tfJIE TIMES,; NJB)V(1JL00MFIBLJ?, 4, MAX Ift7,7.' 3 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. XaveinberliSUi, 1876. TRAINS LEAVE H AKEIBBUBQ AS FOLLOW 81 For New York, at B.20, 110 a. M. 100 and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia at 6.20, 1.10, -45 am.i.CO For tem, ' ftt 8.20, 8.10, 9.44 a. M. 4.00 3.S7 and IMp. m. . " ' For Pottuvlfle at 6.20, 8.10 a.m.. and .57p. in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn at 6.10 '.,,. For Allentown, at 6.2, 8.10 a. m., 2.00, 'The1 S.Mjfio'a'. m. 2.00 p. m. and T.65 p. m. trains have through ears for New York. The B.10, 8.10 a. in., and 2.00 p. m.tratnn have through ears for Fhiladelphla, SUNDAYS ; For New York, nt 6.20 a. in. For Allentown mid Way Stations at B.20 a.m. For Keudlng.l'hlladelphla and Way stations at 1.46p. 111. TRAINS FOR HARKTSMJRG, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.43 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.4ftp. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 8.40, and 7'LeavenHeadlng,at4.40, 7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

4 THE TIMES. Kew Btmmfleld, Ma K2, 1877. ' KOTICB TO AUVITKT18KR9. Ho f!nt or fitirentvpe wilt bHntertod in tbla piper nleaa lirt f Me and on meUltaue. tWTrrmty pnr oont In eiowui of miliar mtna, will be chars! for advertisements eet hi Double Column. KOTICB f OtftfisCItlBERS. ' tilMik a Hie flifiircs on the label of your wer, Thuhuren tHl vnu-tlfv dat0 ta whlcn yon r flab rrvntlnn la Hold. Within i weeks slt'-r innni v ! 'sent, see II tue data la changed. No other receipt ta necessary. OUR CIRCULATION. For the Information of advertisers and others tVho mny be Interested In know ing, we will state that the present circu lation of The Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. The demand for postal cards from nil pnrts of the country exceeds the most liberal estimates of the Tost Office De partment. Last Friday morning's Issue was over five million, and for several weeks it has exceeded a million a day. The Postmaster General says there will be a further...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA; MAY 22, 1877.. THE times: Iodhl Depkftneit. pbwsyivaota a. B.-iroriimoN. On and after May 14th, Train ran u follow! WE8TWARD. EAHTWARD. Way! Malt Aoo. TaM'Tr'n 1'r'n PRINCIPAL Br ATloNa. , J'tniMalliAU'.i Mffl. Ki. ITr'tii Ex. Ada a. m p.M.'r. w. 1.;m t.fto 1.4:11 S.4H i.u: t.M a in); a. la s.si a 40 .M A.M t.iut 7.10 1.01 7.M 8 'J 7.4S t.aiti i n .Hft S.UU .r' I .m: j t.W' .:w '; I. M. 9.00 8.46 8.86 8.13 7.47 7.83 7.1 7.00 4.40 8.88 8.96 t.im a. 131 ftarrlsbnrjr, ltockville, Msrynville, Imicannon. .M. 80 s'.ts to. id; 17 on si Mil v si a. iw a.m .a B.RH a.4K i lo.so Rally's,, Newport Mlllwatown, Thnmpaont'n . Mexico,......,. l'ort Royal.... Miniln Lewl.town J., AnricrRon',.,. McVpytnwn,., N. Hamilton,. HuntlliKdou... Tvrouo Altoona, 19.88 .Mi e.Mi .M is. on a. 49 11.67 .Wl 11.41! 6. IS' n m a ioi 9.M: Id. in lu.2 11.831 6.0ft t.io 11.04, 6.40, B.4H 1114 10.84 LOO' 8.9.1 10.10 4.47 .87i 4.16' 7 !W t. 60 8.2S .60 a. 16 1.60 a. 16 11.40 13.30 1.16 1.66 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA., MAY 22, 1877. She iUooniiiclb fljimrs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. avelntlte (nmmnnli'iMiiii fr.vn 1l i"rsoii wlin urn iiiterentwl lu mutters properly brlnmrliiir In lul de. .1artmnt. "' Don't PRy" Crops. " KhIhIiir corn don't pny," nayn tbo flvrmerof Mnlne. " ItnlMng this -and 1bnt crop don't pay. Tills thing and that don't pay. Well, what shall I do? What shall I and my sons one 10 years id the other 1H years old, do this sum mer ? Our furni Is KM) ncren." The doiVt pay, Ave tdke It, means that the labor we put Into this or that crop will hob ftfve'iis fhe eurrent rote of wages. Well, suppose It does not ; suppose you and ynur sons do nut earn each 50 cents a dy4n oultlvatlng your crops, when the1 laboring ninn gets a dollar a day for ,a,pili;n.of the year. Thethlng to do, it seems to us, is (Itbcntoqult the farm and try some other bufdness, or to stick to to the farm and make the 50 cents a day and as -much more as we can, by hard -work. This ldHng o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

THE TIMES, NEW JJLOOMFIELl),! 1'A.; MY 22..1377. j 7 The llloomlicld Times STIOA-M JOB OFFICE IS THE PLACE TO GET Hain and Fancy SALE BILLS, , PAMPHLETS, ' LETTER-HEADS, CIRCULARS, -ENVELOPES, CARDS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, BILLHEADS, &c, &c, &c, Sec. At the Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. LJl. MARYANKRTH, I). W. DERR and JAM liS II. UHllilt kliuwn as The Ball Scale Company," have now on hnnd a lnrge supply of Buoy's Patent (JOUWIKH B 0 A L U , the Simplest, Cheap, -est and best Conntor Bcaloln the market. -For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Hall Scale Company" rottsvllle. Sehuylklllcouiity, Pa. For Scales or Agencies In this Countv, ap. ply to the undersigned, where they can bo" seen and examined any time. J LEIBY & BRO., Newport, Perry co., Ta. 1 FRANK MORTIMER, ?tf NewBloomfleld,Perryco.,Pa. A (JAUD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions ot youth, nervous weakn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 22 May 1877

8 s HKltlFF'S SALE. lit rlrtue of writ ol Testatum Venditioni Ex- ponat, issued oul of tb oourt f Common Pless of Philadelphia oountj, Pa., and to mt directed, I will expose to sale it the Ooart House, in the borough of BloomAeld, on ' ' , Friday, tht lit day tfJunt, 1677, at 1 o'clock P. M., tb following dosorlbed rl estate, to nit ! All that eertaln TRACT or PIECE OF LAND, situate in Oliver township, Perry oounty, Pa., be ginning at a poat near and on the south side of the Peniuylvanie railroad, thenoe by lands of Bliss Fichor north 481 degrees oast ii perehes to a stone at low water mark on the Juniata river, thenee 1 down said rirer at low water mark south St da- 5 roes enst 71 perches to a post, thence by land of ob-i Werta south 8(1 degrees west 11 perches to a post on the sonthern side of the Penna. Railroad, thenoe along the southern side of the Penna. Kail road north 42 degrees west 72 7-10 porches to the place of beginning, containing 10 acres and .16) perehes, and having ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

mm WmiNMl , - ? 'tksn-KUX, llll.H II ill! i itmutev S VOL. XI. BLOOMFIELD, PA., TTJESDA.Y, MAY 29, 1877. NO. 22. THE TIMES. An Indcpeudcut Family Newspaper, IS PDBLISDBD IVHBT TDB9DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Prloe. Within the County, tl 25 C11A IIIIIIILII, . . . . . Out et the County, Including postage, " " ." six mouths mx mourns, 79 1 50 85 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For The BloomAeld Tlmea. ROBERT'S MARK. PERHArS some of our readers are dlssatlfled with their condition In life, and If bo, may find some comfort In reading the following story. Robert Hope and Samuel Hulllns had lived neighbors for more than twelve years ; and it is probable they would al ways have been on good terms, had not Samuel, who had served under Admiral Nelson, gained at Trafalgar a small pen sion, which he had paid for by the loss of one of his legs. This leg less, and this pension more, were for Ilobert a continual source of jealousy ; he accused...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

a THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, PA.f MAY 29, 1877. . A STRANGECOURTSHIP. SANTA CKUz7CALIFOnNIA, Is culled tlio Long Branch of to J'a elfle. It Is a pretty place, with the ijualut old town of Monterey lying off In the distance. One lovely moonlight night a party of people sat on the veran dah of one of the principal hotels, . ills . cussing plans for making a pleasure trip the next day. They had come to the seaside In search of health, they said, and found love as well, for every lady, with a single exception, had a gentle man lyher side. The lady who sat alone was the hand somest as well us the haughtiest of the group, and appeared to lie vexed. " I will not consent to It," she sold, In an Irritated tone. " J ust because you . know I dislike the man, you will seem determined to force his society upon me." "But, Miss 'Winstanly, " said Mr. Itadcliffe, " there Is no other gentleman who can he your cavalier." " I see that," she interrupted, with a sneer, " but don't distress yourself abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

THE TIMES, RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R. ARUANGEMENT OF PA88ENGIEK TRAINS. May 31st., 1877. TRAINS LEAVE HAIUUSIIUKO AB FOLLOWS ! For New York, at 6.20, 8.10 s. m, S.67 and 7.65 p.m. For Philadelphia, at 5.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m.2.10 " For' ReadViig, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. 2.00 3.57 and 7.661). 4n. .... For Pottsvllle at 8.20. 8.10 a.m.. and 8.57 p. in. .and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn at 8.10 a. in. For Alleiitown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. m., 2.00, 3.67 and 7. 65p. m. . . The 5.20, 8.10 a. m. 2.00 p.m. and 7.55p.m. trains have through cars tor New York. The6.2i), 8.10 a. in., and 2.00 p. in. trains have through cars lor Philadelphia. BUN DAYS i For New York, at 5.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way Stations at 8.20 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Stutions at 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOll 11 ARKIPM'RG, LEAVE AB FOL LOWS t Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.30 and 7.46p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. .1.40, and 7.20 p. m. Leave Keading,at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

4. THE TIMES; New Bloom field, May 29, 1877. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Ho Cnt or Rtprtntvpe will ' lnnrtfd In this psi'iT antM llKht face and on metal base. IW Twenty per pent, in of ri-xular rstos, will be churned for advertisement et In Double Column. NOTICE TO BTJIIHCIMBERS. tionk nt the figures on the lnbcl of your pnpor. Thiiup ilu-urN It'll rnu llir date to Tt hlcli you mil arrlptlou In pnld. Within 3 weeks utter money Is nent, MM) If the date la olianned. No other receipt la necedsary. OUR CIRCULATION. For (he information of advertisers and others who inny he interested In know ing, we will state that the present circu lation of The Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. Wide awake for June has been re ceived, and is filled as it always is with literature, especially adapted to please the children. Its list of illustrations Is particularly good. Wide awake is a magazine that will be appreciated by every family where the liapplnes9 and interests ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA MAY 20,1877. THE TIMES. L(0hl (l)ep?iitneit; PENNSYLVANIA a. B.-MIDDLE DIVISION. On and after Mny 14th, Trains tan as folium i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Way Mall. Arc. FjTr'u 1'r'u .M. P.M. 'P.M. 8.IKI: l.WI 6. SO pwinoipai, Htationb. I j J rn i.nau an .r m ni. K.X. 11 u JE.A. p.m'P.M. P.M Harrlflbnrff, Unckvlllo, Marysvilla, Duncauuuu, llally'i, Newport Mlllcratown, Xlioiniwout'n. Mexico,..,,.... Port Royal..... Mifflin . I.pwtAtown J., r.m. 1.09 1 B.lft 10. CD 9.00 8 46 8 86 8.12 7.47 7.S3 7.1 7.00 6.40 ass 6.36 P. 12 1.41 6.M 7.69, J.M1 31 1 11; t.NI i.ixi: 6.1 lull .4(l ill 8 all .:n .M 13.63; una 13.33 12.091 11.57 7.110 10.80, 7.IKI S.4:t; l.M S.42 0 ill) e.is 9.84 l.ta 7. ID .0H 7.20 S 3a! 7.4S 8.2H' 7.M : B.oo 4.001 I MS 11.41 P.M 10.10 I0.4ii n.ra! e.o s.to 11.04, 6.40 8.41 I I 10.84 .w B.sa II M 111 11.14 11.40 12.2(1 1.1ft l.M 4.57! 4.M' (.no .K4 7.20, AIH1PITOI1 a,... McVcytown ,., N. Hamilton,.: lluuttiiKdoii,.., Tvron, ...... Aftooua, 10.10 4.47...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

0 THE TIMES NEW DL00MF1ELD, PA. MAY 21), 1877. ljc loomfidb iu0. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite rnmronnlrailnna from U person who are intornitril In mutters propprly lielimgiim to tills do pArtmeut. Save the Old Paper. Never throw awny old paper. If you have no wish to sell it, use It in the house. Some housekeepers prefer It to cloth for cleaning many articles of furniture. For Instance, a volume writ ten by a lady who prided herself on her experience and tact, says: "After a stove has been blackened, it can bo kept looking very well for a long time by rubbing It with paper every morning. Rubbing with paper Isa much nicer way of keeping the outside of a tea kettle, coffee pot, and tea pot bright and clean than the old way of washing them in suds. Rubbing with paper Is also the best way of polishing knives, tin ware and spoons; they shine like new silver. For polishing mirrors, windows, lamp chimneys, Ac., paper Is better than dry cloths. Treservcs and pickles keep much better if...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MEIEL1), l'A., lit AY 2'.). 1877. ,7 Tlio Uloomliold Times Hrr.IAiNL JOB OFFICE , IS THE l'LAdi TO GET Plain and Fancy SALE BILLS, PAMPHLETS, LETTEU-1 IEA1 )S, CIRCULARS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, BILLHEADS, &c, &c, Sec, : Sec. At the Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. LB. MARYANERTII, 1). W. DERR and JAMKBll. J HI Kit known as ' The Ball Scale Company," have now on hand a large supply of Ituoy's Patent COUNT Kit BCAI.K, the Simplest, Cheap est and best Counter Bcaleln the market. -Kor Scales, or AReneles In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware nml Maryland, nd dress "The Hall Scale Company," l'ottsvllle, Bchnylklllcoiinty, Pa. . KorHealesor Aurencles In thin County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they ean be seen and examined any time. J LEIBY & BRO., Newport, Terry CO., Pa. FRANK MORTIMER, 9tt New Bloomueld,Ferryco.,ra. A CARD. To all (io are Buffering from the errors and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weakn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 May 1877

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.( MAY 29, 1877. Amusing Mistake of Two Young Preachers. An Rimming scene ooourrcd in tlie Christian Clinrob at Iiarksvlllo, Pa., on Sunday a week. It appears Hint the Metho. dist pulpit at that plaoe wai to be suppllod by a preneher from the Wyoming Seminary, and two young men proceeded thither for the purpose of conducting theservlce. In stead of going into the M. IS. Church, however, they went into the t'uiistinn Church, on the opposite side of the street, where they found a large congregation, p Thinking that they hnd been waited for they prooeeded at once to the vacant pul pit, and, after a brief pause and a glance at the congregation, one of them rose, read a chapter In the Bible, and said he had soleoted It as the foundation of a few remarks. The ltov. Mr. Bevan, paitor of the church, who was a little behind time' walked in at this interesting juuoture, and much to his surprise found his pulpit occu pied, lie did not make a demonstration like Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 June 1877

VOL. XI. THE TIMES. An independent Family Newspaper, 18 FUBUSBSD BVBRT TUESDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 Subscription Prloe. Within the County $1 28 Six months 75 Out ef the County, Including postage, 150 " " " six months 85 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. MOSAIC POETRY. The following poetry Is comprised of one line from each author, and reads as smoothly as though all written by one person i I only know she came and went Lowell. Like troutlets In a pool ; Uood. Bhe was a phantom of delight, Wordsworth. And I was like a fool. Eastman. " One kiss, dear maid," I said, and sighed, Coleridge. "Ont of those lips unshorn," Longfellow. 8 he shook her ringlets round her head, Stoddard. And laughed In merry scorn. Tennyson. Ring ont, wild bells, to the wild sky ! Tennyson. Ton hear them, oh I my heart 1 Alice Cary. 'lis twelve at night by the castle clock, Coleridge. Beloved, we must part ! Alice Cary. " Come back 1 come back 1" he cried, In grief, C...

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

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JUNE 5, 1877. CATCHING A PICK-POCKET. "I BTAKT to-morrow for Belleville," Bnld Ithoda Clare to her aunt, upon whom she was making a farewell call. " Are you going ftlone, child?" Inquir ed her relative. " Yes," was the reply. " Tapaeannot leave his business, Just now, to go with me, but he will put me on the cars, and my frlends,who arealready In Belleville, will meet me at the depot." "I don't think It Is safe," continued the old lady. " Just think, If you should be robbed, as I was, on that very rond, last summer 1" " How was that V" asked lthodu. "Well," replied her companion, " we were just approaching the tunnel, when a gentlemanly looking young man, wearing spectacles, came up to me and Inquired, ' Is this seat engaged, intulanir" No,' I replied, and he Immediately ap propriated It. He was disposed to be rather chatty, and was quite Interesting; but he left at the first station we reached. After we had passed through the tunnel, and when I put my ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 June 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JUNE 5, 1877. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. May 21t7, 1877. TKAINS LEAVE H ARK1SBURG AS FOLLOWS i For New York, lit 8.20, 8.10 . m. U7 and 7.&5 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 8.20, 8.10, 8.45 a.m. 2.10 and 8.57 p. tn. . For Heading, at 8,20, 8.10, 9.45 . m. 2.00 3.67 and 7.5ft p. m. .... For Fottsvlfle at 8.20. 8.10 a.m.. and 8.87 p. m.,and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 1.40 p. in. For Auburn at 8.10 a. in. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. in., 2.00, 3.57 and 7. f5p. in. . The 6.20, 8.10 a. m.2.00 p.m. and 7.88 p. m. trains have through car; (or New lork. The 6.20, 8.10 a. m.. and 2.00 p. m. train bare through can (or Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allentown and War station at 8.20 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Stations at 1.45p. ni. TRAINS FOK HARKI9BURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 a. in., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.4flp. III. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 June 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMITELD, PA.; JUNE 0, 1877. THE TIMES. New Jiloom field, June If, 1S77, NOTtCK TO ADVEItTISEHS. No Onl or Strrcotypo will be Inserted In this rper unless UirUt face and on meUl hue. tW-Twenty per cent. Ihipiw of reprnlar rates, will be ohswod for dvorttsmeut et tu IJoubio Column. KOTICB TO Bt)BPrniBERS. J,ooh t the flaiires on the Intinl of yonr rrer. oBollitnrrBtrll von the dnto lo whlr.li yninsub- cvlptloiitsr-nld. Within weeks alter money 1; nt, see If the date la ehausrcd. ho other rooolit la necoeaai-y. OUR CIRCULATION. ;v.r iha nforninl !on of ndvertlsersand others who may be interested in know ing, we will state thnt the present circu lation of The TniES lsbctween eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. Ex-Fresident Grant arrived in Liverpool on the 28th ult. He was re ceived by the Mayor who extended to him the hospitality of the city which General Grant accepted. , The Republican State Central com mittee, assembled at Harrlsburg, Ta., Wedne...

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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