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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

fS;?Hv m llsfe) :""'':':7inlw' H-Wr' n II III IllPii- VOL. XI. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1877. NO. 31.. THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, is rcBusniD ivbrt tubsdat bt F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 Subscription Price. Wlthlu the County, II 25 ' 8lx months 75 Ont of the County, Including postage, 1 f 0 " " sis months ,l 85 Invariably in Advance 1 Advertising rates furnished upon application. $eledt PoetiV. The Sunrise Never Failed Us Yet. Upon the sadness of the sea The sunset broods regretfully ) From the far, lonely spaces, Blow Withdraws the wistful afterglow. So out of life the splendor dies ; Bo darken all the happy skies So gathers twilight, cold and stern: But overhead the planets burn. And up the east another day Bhall chase the bitter dark away ; What though our eyes with tears we wet t The sunrise never failed us yet. The blush of dawn may yet restore Our light and hope and joy once more. Bad soul, take comfort, not forget That the sunrise never failed us y...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 7, 1877. A GIRL DETECTIVE. THE door of IlufusMarkham's count ing room was securely closed, and the proprietor of the large, flourishing cotton factory talked earnestly with, a gentlemanly; looking man of middle age whose fuce was as Impressive as a wax mask. " Five thousand dollars 1" said the in dividual. " It was a large sum to leave exposed." "Exposed I" sold Mr. Markham. "It was In my private desk, to which noone baa access but myself and my nephew, Fred Tryon." " Would It be possible the young gen tleman" " Sir," Bald Mr. Markham, Indignant ly) " my nephew Is not a thief. If be needed ten times that sum he knows I would give It freely to him. He will be my heir and is as dear to me as a son. It is Blmply absurd to connect him in any way with this robbery." " Just state the matter again, briefly as you can, and allow me to take notes, will you, Mr. Markham y " Certainly. I drew five thousand dol lars out of the bank yesterday, to meet a not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

TJ1E TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, TA., AUGUST 7, 1877. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. , ARRANGEMENT OP FASBENOEH TRAINS. May 21m7, 1877. TRAINS LEAVE HARRISDURO AS FOLLOWBi For Mew York. at 6.80, (.10 a. m. 8.67 and 7.59 p. in. , For I'hiladelphla, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m.J.OO and 3.67 p. m. For Reading, at 8.20, 8.10, 9.45 m. 9.00 8.67 ami 7.66 p. in. . . For l'ottsvlfio at 8.20. S.10a. m.. and 8.67 p. m., and via Schuylkill aud Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn at 6.10 a. m. ... ... For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. in., 8.00, 8.67 and 7. 6fip. m. . . Tlio 6.2(1. 8.10 a. m.2.00 p.m. and 7.55 p. m. trains have through cars for New York. The 6.20, 8.10 a. in., and 2.00 p. ra. tralni bare through oara for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.2H a. in. For Allentown and Way stations at 5.20a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia aud Way citation at 1.46p. in. TRAINS FOH UARHISnUKO, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 ft. m., 1.00, 6.80 and 7.4Sp. in. Leave Philadelp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMEIELI), YA.t AUGUST 7, 1877. THE TIMES. New IHoomjMftp Aiiffunt 7, 1S77. NOTICE TO ADVEItTISEHS. I Ho Put nr atnvntvps win lie Inserted in this piper nnlm IlKUt face and ou metal bue. tTwentyperpeiiMneiM-ne of rwiilar rates, will t oharnul fur a vnrtlnwiimti set lu Double Column. NOTIC TO -WHSl'IMBER. I.ook at flic flirnrMi on the 11I of ronr rrr, Thoai'iltfiin'BfKU von the 4a.le.tn,wlilcli jrourmili i rlplloii lp"IH. Vitulii wfeksslter money Is silt, II the (lute ! chaiured. Mo other receipt li Decennary. OUR CIRCULATION. For .the information of advertisers and others who niny be Interested In know ing, we will state thai the present circu lation of Tun Ti m es to-bet ween eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred ooples each weuk. Thk Tuvk Citizen in a publication Issued by the " New Voa-k Mercantile Journal" Co., and .contains more good aolld useful reading tluua any publica tion of its size and price published In this country. The subscription price Is $1 a yea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA.t AUGUST 7, 1877. 5 THE TIMES. L;0i5hl Department. rirasYLVANiA a. s.-iiidiile division. On and fti-r Junealth, Tratui mn m follows i EASTWARD. I'NIKOIPAI. STATIONS. J'liniMnlliAtl'.i Mffl. El rru Aug. A. M. 8.00 8 45 U 115 8.19 747 7.83 1 U 7 (HI 84(1 a.iu ItarrlnUnrir, Horkvllle, Marysvtlle, 1IIUI'HUUUI1 lially's Newport, MlllcrBtmvn, Thnmpsout'n. Mexico,...,... Pint ltnyai.... P. M l.au 6. IS Hl.bi 7.6H 7.6! 19.63 la.n 7.811 10. JU 6.64' 9.64 9.43, .m .m id Miirim i 11. IB' a. 06 P. in! 11.04 6.4(1 6.41 Anderson's,,., V.'Veytoivn,. N. H nin1K.ni. . HunllnMdoU,. Tyrone, iV4 a.im 8 i 1(1.10 4 47 p. in 4.16 7. nn 8.60 8.20 a. 60 8.16 J. Ml 6.15 Alioolia j A.M. P.M.IP.M IWPlttahnr Knprpsa leaves Hnrrlpliurs-at 11. on pf. Diiiiratninn 11. sh (tW)i Newport 11.67 Olax) and ar riven at Pittsburg at 8.10 A. u. .TWO'ilntr WtmLllm Way Pnssemrer leaves Harris burn .Dally the other trninn Dally erocpt Humlay. I VUniuir I'.unt. the Atlnnllc. F.xpr- leaves Altnona ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

' - f THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AtJGUST 7, 1877. 0 lit Ioomfiflir fpuus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite communications from H pcraon who are Intcnatrd lu luaitur properly belnuxtUK to tula ae litrtiueuu Breaking up Broody Hens. There Is but one way to break up broody hens, successfully especially that persistent class, the Asiatics, as they make up their minds that It Is time for them to try the hatching process, for a change, when the end of their second litter of eggs come about. Novices In fowl raising resort to all sorts of methods to effect this, and most of the plans adopted by amateurs are either futile, cruel, or meaningless. Ducking hens In cold water, tying them by the legs to a stake In the open air or sun, shutting them In a darkened, al most air-tight barrel, twitching them rudely off their nests and throwing them to the ground a dozen times in a day all this nonsense is of no avail whatever. The better way, as a general rule, Is to permit the broody hen to sit...

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

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, 1A., AUGUST 7, 1877, Tho Bloomfiold Times STEAM JOB OFFICE IS THE , PLACE TO GET . Tlaih and Fancy v SALE BILLS, TAMPIILETS, LETTER-HEADS, CIRCULAHS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, BILL-HEADS, &c, &c, &c, &c. At the Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. B. MARYANERTH, D. W. DERR and it JAMES 11. (ilUEB known " The Ball Scale Company," have now on hand a large supply of Buoy's Patent COUNTER 80 ALE, the Simplest, Cheap est and best Connter Scale In the market. -For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania,, Ohio, New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Ball Scale Company," Pottsvllle, Schuylklllcounty, Pa. B. For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they can be seen and examined any time. J- LEIBY & BRO., t Newport, Perry go., Pa. FRANK MORTIMER, Btl New Bloomlield, Perryco.,Fa. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, ear...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 7 August 1877

8 A Wolf Mistake. The Han Francisco Post aaya : By the Senator, which arrived last week, Mr. Wolcot, of this city, brought two young black eagles from Woodward's Gardens, lie states that this species of engle Is rare almost to extinction. Thoy were secured by him on a very elevated portion of the Berpe range of mountialns, about 70 milos northwardly from Santa Barbara. Having previously observed the .parent eagles sailing down Into the valley, he climbed a tree 80 foet above the ground before a branch was readied, and then 10 feet more to the nest, some of the sticks composing which were as thick as a man's wrist. With some difficulty he secured the young birds, then about three weeks old and about the size of chickens. He succeeded in decamping with them before the return of one of the old birds, which came back Bhortly afterward with a young lamb in its claws. Though the old bird saw Mr. Wolcot, it did not see the young eagles be bad, or there would have been a square fight. Re tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

f VOL. XI. 1STEW BLOOMFIEID, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1877. NO. 32. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 Subscription Price. Within the County jl 25 " " " Six mom lis 75 Out el the County, Including postage, 1 fiO " " " six mouths " 85 Invariably in Advance I a-Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eledt 'Poeti'y. UPS AND DOWNS. Lite is full of ups and downs Valleys, plains, and mountains: Kot forever are our tents Pitched by pleasant fountains. Sometimes In the burning sun, Sometimes In the shadows! Now we climb the rocky steep, Now we tread the meadows. Life is full of ups and downs Made of gains and losses ; Flowers that grow on prickly stems, Crowns that hang on crosses. Summer breezes fan our cheeks, Wintry blasts alllght us; And when snow's white mantle rends. Spring's fair sights delight us. Murmur not at ups and downs, They are needful changes; He can never err in aught Who the! r lot arranges. Seek not as the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

a THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST 14, 1877. A TRIP TO JAVA. SOME years since we were landed at Anjler, In the Island of Java, with certain written Instructions, which we were to carry out if It were possible for us to do bo, and every attempt was made to comply with the orders of the firm, always providing not too much money was required for the purpose. In fact a corner was to he formed In Java coffee, and all the crop, which was not a large one, was to be bought up and shipped to Boston If the matter could be arranged In a satisfactory manner, and at prices which would pay for the investment and the trip. We had letters of credit to two well known firms of Batavla, from Bar ing Brothers, asking for one million of dollars at sight; but the money was not to be called for or the drafts mentioned, unless we could see our way clear In the speculation, for fear the Dutch traders would become alarmed and put up the price of coffee to such an extent that no money could be made in e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

I THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMEIELI), FA., AUGUST 14, 1877. 13 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA89ENGEH TKA1N8. Augutt 8rd, 1877. TKA1N8 LEAVE IIARKISBCHO A8 FOLLOW 8 For New York, at B.on, T.SP a. m. isn p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.00, 7.80, a.m. and 1.4U and 8.30 p. in. For Heading, at 6,00, T.30, a.m. and t.40 and J.39p. m. . For Pottsvllle at 6.00. 7.80 a. m.. and 8.30 E. m., and via Bcuuylklll and Susquehanna ranch at 1.40 p. m. For Auburn via H. 8. Br. at B.10 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.14), 7.30 a. m., 1,40 '"The" Too, 7.30 a. m. 140 p. m.. trains hare throughwars for New York. The 5.00, 7.30 a. m., and 1.40 p. m. trains hare through ears lor Philadelphia.. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.00 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6 01a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Btatlousat 1.10 p. in. TRAINS FOR II ARRISBURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, p.m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 3.40, p. m. Leave Reading, at 8.10, 11.40 a. in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

4 THE TIMES, NEW IJLOOMFIELT), PA., AUGUST 14, 1877. THE TIMES. New HHom field, Avffttnt It, 1S77. 3 1' stick Millkh doll vereil nn opinion in tho Supreme Court of (lie United (Stales (showing Dint n man In proHporous liimlni'SH, who nmy iiirclinnu real mlnle out of ih'oIUh, nnd transfer wild property to JiIh wife, nmy do lield, In tlie event ofsulKequent fullui'C, lo linve withdrawn fluids to which nn usMirnee In buiikrupt ey nifly lay clulni In hehnlf of creilUoix. Tho Easlorn VV:tr In Drlof. The campaign in Aula lsa failure. The fighting couth of thoDuMmbr has resulted in n moral victory for the Turks greatly in excess of ihe actual triumph lit I'levnit. .The Hiifwl.ni force Houth of the JlalkmiH is inlmniinentilfinjrer of lieltifrFiirroiiiid ed Mid compelled to surrender. To meet the new aspect of nllidrs, tho C.ar is sending forward two corps d'tirnice ckII inated nt 00,(100, nnd these will he hurri ed toward Tlrnovu to prevent (he de struction of the hatto of nuplies of (he ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIKLT), l'A., AUOUST 11, 1877. TIMES. Towiil 'Dcp?uclirvcit. Jtrlct'Itomn. lion. David II. Bhcibley has our thanks for a copy of HinuU'H Hand liook for 1M77. The Democratic) County Convention will be held in tho Court House in this borough, on Monday, tlio ilTlh Inst. John Bleo 1ms tlio thanks of our ltys for a lot of fresh sweet cide' A Mur phy man would not refuse It. Mr. drier, Inst week bad thirty-three rlty boarders enjoying tlio nccominodu tlons of bis pretty place on the hllli Very material changes bavo been mnde'ln tlio running of (rains over the Beading road. For new schedule wee pago ii. Vlllliiiii H. Uiim, had several bushels of wheat stolen frou bis n-anery last Wednesday night while ho v,as ill Bloomflcld, nerving as juror. For the full and inteiv!):r rei'iirt of the court proccdlngs which wh j.ulilish this week, we are indebted to Charles 11. Huiiley, Kstp A dally mail route has been establish ed from Newport to iekesburg via. Markelville. 't his wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 14, 1877. mint. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. The Milkmen of Naples. I must tell you about the Neopolltnn milkmen, for they nre funny fellows. The do not linve. a mllk-wngon and horse na our milkmen have, or even n pall and dipper. They have only little three-legged frtools tied to themselves (so that when they want to Bit down they are all ready,) and they drive their cows and goats before them to the differ ent houses, and milk them at the door in a bowl provided by ench customer. No chance of watered milk there, you see. That Is not the queerest part of It, though. As I have said, Italian houses are very high Ave, six, and seven stories often, with a different family living on each floor. Even the palazzoa (palaces) of the rich are divided in this way. To the first floor (not the ground floor) there are sometimes from eighty to one hundred steps leading up. On this floor perhaps a duke may live ; on the next above, some one lower In rank, till it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIEID, PA., AUGUST 14,1877. 7 Newport Advertisements. THE WEED Hotels. Tho Bloomfiold Times STEAM job office; IS THE PLACE TO GET riain and Fancy SALE BILLS, PAMPHLETS, LETTER-HEADS, CIRCULARS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, BILL-HEADS, &c, &c, &c, &c. At the Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. LB. MARYANEUTH, D. W. DEKR auf. JAMES H. U1UEH. known as "The Ball Scale Company," a.Te.J,?w0!! 5 mre PPly o' Buoy's Patent COUNTEK 80ALE, the Simplest. Cheap est and best Connter Scale In the market. -For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad dress ''The Hull Scale Company." Pottsville, Bchuylklllcounty, Pa. For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they can be seen and examined any time. J IiEIBY & BRO.i Newport, Perry co., Pa. FRANK MORTIMER, Itt New Bloomfleld, Perryco.,Pa. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 August 1877

8 THE TIMES NEW BLOOMEIELI), TA., Ay GUST 1 J, 1877. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Vabtiington, D. C, August 8tb, 18T7. At tho Kationnl Capital may bo seen the two extromos of society, tbo tip and tho toe of humanity, rs Rhnrply outlined ns anywhere under tho sun. It is like tho liquid the milkmen bring us, piui cream, part milk, and part water. The small part, tho cream, Is just now mostly out of town, rusticating in tho country, luxuria ting at the soa-sido. Tho milk Is scattered Bbout somewhat, visiting country cousins, trying to keep cool by indulging In fre quent excursions down the river, and stay ing assiduously indoors with closed blinds and drawn curtains, regaling itself with ice-crenm and lemonade. But the water, oh, the water. There is no comfort for it. It can have neither fresh air nor pui surroundings, nor coolness nor cleanli ness. There are many very poor people in the District of Columbia. They seem to flock here with the feeling that there is safety and protection and pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 August 1877

OL. XI. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TE TUESDAY, A.TJGUST 21, 1877. NO. 33. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Price. Within the County, jl 25 " " " Six months, 75 Out of the County, Including postage, 150 " " ' six months 85 Invariably In Advance I a Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eledt Poetry.. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Life Is a race, where some succeed, While others are beginning j 'Tis luck at times, at others speed, That gives an early winning, But if you chance to fall behind, Ne'er slacken your endeavor, But keep this wholesome truth In mind 'Tls better late than never. If you can keep ahead, 'tis well, But never trip your neighbor j 'Tis noble when you can excel, By honest, patient labor ; But if yon are outstripped at last, Press on as bold as ever ; Remember, though you are surpassed, 'Tls better late than never. Ne'er labor for an Idle boast Of victory o'er another j But while you strive your utt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 August 1877

2 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 21, 1877. An Adventure with Pirates. f TH YOU hear a hall, Mr. Adams, j or was It the note of a sea- "I hear nothing, Captain Williams. You would scarce expect to meet with any one midway In Honduras Bay." "Very true, Adams; but these are strange times for this part of the coun try. They are in a state of excitement and revolution half the time. The un successful ones have to fly for their lives. There there it is again. Hchooner ahoy I It is some one adrift in a bont, sure I Heave to, Mr. Adams, and we'll see what It all means." It was decidedly what, in nautical par-r-Vjance, would be termed " a dirty night." "The wind, in fitful gusts, blew directly on shore ; the rain, in blinding showers, drove full lirlhe faces of the seamen as they strove to pierce' the impenetrable darkness, which was rendered all the more Intensd'by occasional vivid flashes bt HCuTiTniK. A heavy swell had sud denly set in from the eastward a sure harbinger of a gale ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 August 1877

. i t THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA., AUGUST 21, 1877. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TBAIN8. August 3rd, 1877. TKAIN8 LEAVE HAEKI8BUBO AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 6.00, 7.S0 a. m. &S0 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.00, 7.30, a.m. and 1.40 and 8.30 p. m. For Reading, at 6,00. 7.30, a. m. and 1.40 and 8.88 p. m. , For I'ottsvllle nt B.0O. 7.30 a. m.. and 8.30 . m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. ... For Auburn via B. ft S. Br. at 8.10 a. m. For Allentown, at 5.00, 7.S0 a. m., 1,40 8.80 p. m. , , . , The 6.00, 7.30 a. m. 1.40 p. m., trains have through cars for New York. The 6.00, 7.30 a.m., and 1.40 p. m. tralm have through cars for rhlladelphla.. SUNDAYS : For New York, at 6.IK) a. m. For Allentown nnd Way Stations at 6.00 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way titationsat 1.10 p. m. TBA1NS FOB HARRTSBURQ, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, nt8.45 a. m., 1.00, p.m. Leave l'hllndelihln. at 9.16 a. m. 8.40, p. m. Leave R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 August 1877

THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELB, FA., AUGUST 21, 1877. THE TIMES. A'ew BlmMK,Jfftt VI, 1877. NUtICK TO AtJVEItT18EU8. Ho Out or morcotypo will he Inaerted lathis paper Unit.. Unlit ftm and on mtud bo. "Twenfr per cent miwcesa of mmUr nlM,'UI ij ohanred liir advortlaemnut ant In Double Column. KUTIVR TO wniHIUBERH. I.ook it the fls-urea on the label of your paimr. ThoiM.i)ifiinat'll vnu thr .fate to vrlilcn your Rrrlpllon l.frald. ltblii 8 wek alter lnoiit-y Is snl, ace If the tlute la chaUHed. No other receipt It neceaasry. OUR CIRCULATION. For the iufornintaon of advertisers and others who amy be intereated In know iiiR, we will state fciiat the present circu lation of The Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies eacn weeK. EVEnVnew -cafie of so-called hydro phobia brings .fresh doubts Into the raluds of phyalolans whether the disease knownjiy that name Is really produced " by the virus of a.mbid dog. The I?usslan harvest Is large, but It will not, for all that, serve...

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