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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

. jr-wsji ir a i ". x v i alii vj- i f liiji m. r .... ... .nft: ii II-ill 4 MM iiiiUiii)ii!iiiij " (( VOL. XI. ISTEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TTJESDA.Y, 8EPTEMBEE 11, 1877. NO. 36. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS P0BLI8BBDBVBRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Price. Within the County,". II 25 " " " Six months 75 Out of the County, liiolmllug postage, 160 " " " all miiiillm SS 89 Invariably in Advanoe I Adrertlslug rates (urnished upon appli eatlon. THE UNOPENED LETTER. DINNER hour In the manufacturing town of Middleton-upon-Irk ; a Lot Bummer's day. We are an energetic and thriving community at Mlddleton, al though you might not think It just now when our streets are all deserted, and everybody Is engnged In hard feeding. It is no fault of mine that I am not among the everybody. A peremptory engagement retains me at my post. I expect my Uncle Henry on business of Importance, for which he has chosen the dinner hour when no one is about. My obligations to Uncle H...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

t taking the letter from my hand, ." you are corresponding With those betting men ngnln ; you are trying togetuncle'B money back that way, and you will only make It worse. ' Then I remembered that Saul vWbit was a betting tnan whd , bad been ad vertising a good deal lately. I explalued to Kate how the thing hnd happened, and Bhe quietly disposed of my scruples, and satisfied her own curiosity, byselz lng the letter, tearing ltopeu, and taking It to the window to read : As she read, her pretty face was puckered up Into all kinds of puzzled wrinkles. . I can make nothing of It, she said, at liisV handing me the dead letter. It was dated the sixteenth of June) the day after the robbery, but bore( no address am) no signature. , . . i ; " Wspeoted frend Have Alltel job .lot of calicer prints, ten towsend yards or so, sew table for furreu market.. I'll come over and see the on the furst, and mind ye have the Bhlners reddy. Owld place, at 'leveu 1' t' morning." ; t ; " Jem 1" brled ' Kate,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

. THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, rAl, StilTEMIUlt 11, 1877. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINB. August 10th, 1877. TIIAINB LEAVE It AltUISEURO AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 5.20, 8.10 a. m. 8.67p. m., and "7.MP. m. For riiilatlelphla, at 5.20, 8.10, a.m. and 1(0 and 8.67 p. in. . For lii'udlng, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.15 a.m. and 100 3.67 and 7.M. ..... For Pottsvllla at 5.20, 8.10 a. rn., and 8.67 6. m., and via BohnylkUl and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 P. m. . . For Anlinrn via B. & R Br. at 6.10 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and at 100, 8.67 and 1.56 p. m. ..... . . The 5.20, 8.1o a. m., S.S7 and 7.55 p. m., trains have through ears for New Vork. The 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and 2.00 p.m., trains have through cars lor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS ! For New York, at 6.2o a. m. ForAllentown and Way Stations at 6.2na. m. For Reading, l'ulladelplila and Way titatlonsat 1.45 p. m. ' TRAIN8 FOR HARRISTWTRG, LEAVE AB FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.43 a. m., 1.0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

vWW WSffiW, FA"; STO ft (18TI. THE TIMES. i " " ' 1 ' New Bloomfield, Sept. 11, 1877. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. No Out or Stereotype will he lnnortad In tbia piper nnieRR 11km face and on metal bane. . fWTwentr per cent In eioe of regular rnt, will be onarKcd for advertieeiueuta aet In Double Column. NOTICE TO SlTHSCltlBEaS, Jiooh at tho (lifiirea on the label of yrnir paper. owptWurpB tell von thn dnteta irhlcli your anry Bcrtptton la paid. Within 11 weeka after money la aent, . if the date I chaujred. No other receipt la neoeasary. ., OUR CIRCULATION, , i ..- For the Information of ndvertlBersand others who may 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 Republican State Convention, which met at Harrisburg on Wednesday, nominated Hon. Jaa. F. Sterrett, of Al legheny, for judge of the Supreme Court; J. A. M. Passinore, of Schuylkill, for Auditor General, and W. B. Ilart, of M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

THE TIMES. Ioiil l)cpii'tncrt. - ! PENNSYLVANIA B. R.-MIDDLE DIVISION. On and aftorJnneasth, Trains rnnts follows i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Mffl. Aoo. P.M. P.M. P.M. 8.181 lO.N 7.60 7.80 1.80, 8.110 84 8.88 8.11 7.47 7.81 7.18 7.00 40 8.M 11.63 11.81 7.8(1 10.90 7. in 8.64 8.84 &.m i.w 8 1(1 ii.na 11.04 8.118 8.10 8.40 8.41 8.00 8.33 1(1.84 10. 10 .7 8. to 8.18 A.M. 4. In 7.8K 8.'.' 8.80 8.60 8.18 P.M. P.M nc-pittBhnrw Express leaven Havrlahnrr at 11.00 p.m. Dnnrannon II 39 (fliur): Newport 11.87 (flmj) aud ar rives at 1'lttabnrir al8.10 A. M. twilolna; Went, the Way Paaaenirep Leaven Harris burK Dally the other trains Ilally except Hunday. 8oinir Kast, the Atlantio Exprps lpavna Altoona Dally, the other trains Daily eioot Huuday. IWPaelflc ETrrpss Went will atop at Dnneannon at 8.69 and at Newport at 8.17 a. ni., when Unwed. Iirlof Itcnihi. Tbe Newport JfTews has been shown a Nlve legged tlog. Mrs. F. E. SheafTer, of Marshall co., , Kansas has our thanks for papers from that state....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

"MIf;T1M1&; NEW BLOOMFIELl), VA.t M'TEMIIElt 11, 1877. 0 HOUSE, . FARM AND GARDEN. WMnvit nommimlrnHntiK from nil twraon who r Interriitci lu HlUr iraperly Im lotwitiK to tail de iwtnwut, Only n Farmer. A record such as any man might be proud of, Is that of John Conant, farmer; of Jnffiey, N. H., who died recently at the age of fO years. "His Inheritance was a sound constitution, a clear head, and a warm and honest heart." At 25 he purchased a farm, ami within the next 23 years gathered from It a fortune of more than a hundred thousand dol lars. This was during the reign of moderate prices before the war, and his fortune waB the result solely of his good Judgment, energy and perserverance, applied lu his furmlug, and without speculation or remurkuble opportunities. Mr. Conant made good use of his money. During his life he gave over $20,0(K) to the churches and schools of his town ; to the New London Institution $12,000, and to the Asylum for the Insane $0,000. His love for his p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

THE .TIMES, jNEWj BLOOMFIELpf ,VA, . fpOffiW 1. 187J Tlio Bloomflold Times STEAM JOB OFFICE IS THE PLACE TO GET , I'll.-: jju i .,- 'i'tMi. . j ; : riaiu "ami Fancy j , f PAMPHLETS, . LETTE1MIEADS, v; , CIRCULAltS, ENVELOPES, CA11DS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, BILL-HEADS, &c, &c, &c, &c. At the Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. LB. MARYANEKTH, 1). W. DEMI and . JAM EH II. UIUEll kuowuas ' The Ball Scale Company," have now on hand a large supply of Huoy's Patent COUNTEll SCALE, the Simplest, Cheap est and bestConuter Healeln the market. For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Hall Hcale Company," Fottsvllle, Bchnylklllconnty, Pa. a. For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they can be seen aud examined any time. J LEIBY A BHO., Newport, Terry Co., Pa. FRANK MOKTIMEIt, 8tf New Broomfleld,Perryco.,Fa. A CARD. To all who are Buffering from the errors and Indiscretions...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 11 September 1877

Tllti Tigris! 'NfcW JBL0bkriEI,D! 'i;A., SEITEMlilill ll; 1877. ! 8 A Prison Trngody A Hartford paper of the Brd Inst., ys : There was groat excitement at the Weill, ernfleld Slate Prison from 11 o'clock Ratur day night till 6 yesterday morning. ' , It appear that two priaouera Henry Hamlin and William Allen, both of whom were sentenced for eight year for burglary in Kew London county, in 1H71 planned an esinpe. Hamlin had ft ekoloton key made in the prison, and tbey ingeniously made it eo that it would open every cell door In the prison except two, the locks being alike. He got out of his cell between the time of locking up and the eliding of the bar, and secreted himself overhead, under the celling of the upper tier. ' When everything was still, and the watchman came on, Hamlin operated the lever of the sliding bar bo that be could lot out Allen by unlocking his door. Both started to surprise the watchman, bind aud gag him : but he had hoard a noise and was on the look-out, aud ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

i 1 1 i i u. i i i 7 c v r mii e t - i IK i : n g i b i t i..- m m ; . ... ' : -..-.(..;. VOL. XI. 1STEAV BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1877. NO. 37. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BTRHT tOBSDAT B ' ' F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Price. Within the County, . II 25 " " " Blx months 75 Out of the County, Including postage, 150 " " " six months " 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon application. $eledt Poeti'v. THE FARMER'S WIFE. Up with the birds In the early morning Tho dewdrop glows like a precious gem; Beautiful tints In the skies are dawning, But she's never a moment to look at them, The men are wanting their breakfast early She must not linger, she must not wait ; For words that are sharp and looks that are surly Are what'men give when meals are late. Oh, glorious colors the clouds are turning, If she would but look over hills and trees ( But here aro the dlshes.and here Is the churning , Those things must always yie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELIY JA ..SEPTEMBER 18, ' 1877. .:J1LJ 1. L-L ' : . .. . - The Girl Who Stole an Engine. WITH his good-bye ringing In her ears Drucle Miller re-entered the little telegraph office and dropped Into the chair before the clicking Instrument. Ulanclng at the clock above her head, tike noticed that It was almost time for her to close the office for the night and Beek her humble home at the foot of one of the darkened streets of the villnge.Tbe rumbling of the train which had Just left the Btatlou was growing fainter and fiilnter, and tbe girl listened Jo It as though It Was the voice of a friend who was leaving her for a long time. She did not especially more messages that night; the engine breathing heavily from Its g rent Iron lungs on tbe track near her window could not move until the night express had passed up, and the engineer knowing this, had sought his sweetheart who lived in the village. Tom Gray, the engineer of the train just departing, was Drucie's love...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

THE TIMES, NEW. BIA)OMFIELD,TAi, SEFlEMltEll 1&J 1877. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARKANQRMENT OF PASSftSQER TRAINS. Aitgwit 15lh, 1877. THAIN8 LEAVE HARR18HUKG AS FOLLOWS For New York, at B.20, 8.10 . m. .87p. ra. And 7.55 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10,9.46 a.m. and and 8.87 p. m. . For Rending, at 5.20, 8.10, 9.43 . m. and 100 3.87 and 7.85. . i . .. For rottHTllle at 8.20. 8.10 a. m.. anil B.87 p. in., and via 8:huylklU and Huaquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. . . For Auburn la B. B. Br. at 8.10 a. m. For Allent.ovJn,t 5.20, 8.1oa. m and at 100, 3.57 and 7.85 p. m. . .. , The 8.2Q,8,fo a. m., S.B7anA 7.55 p. m., trains have through cars lor Kew York. The 6.2, 8.10 a.m.. and 2.00 p.m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 8.20 a. m. ForAllentown and Way Stations at 5.20 a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Atatlonsat 1.45 p. in. TRAILS FOR HARRISBUHG, LEAVE A6 FO L , LOWS : Leave New York, ats.iS a. m., 1.00, 6.80 aud 7.45 p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

THE TIMES, . NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., SETTEMBEK 18, 1877. THE TIMES. yew Bloomfleld, Sept. IS, I7T NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. If o Cut or Rtcreotrp wtlt b tnirtd In this piper anl-Ju llvbt face nud on mnl baae. S Twenty Pr nt tn tw of remlar rstM, will to chawed for advertlaetueuu aet lu Double Column. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBER. Ijoolt at the flirnr" mi the label of yonr paper. Th'wt'lliriirea tell yon (lie ilnie to which your anb- acrtuf tan la naild. Wlimn a weeks alter luouey la anl, are If th date la ebaiifred, la neceeaary, . , . , , . no otner receipt OUR CIRCULATION. . For the Information of advertisers and others who may he interested In know Jng, we will state that the present circu lation of The Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. k . Very few persons, comparatively, have a proper conception of the magni tude of the tobacco crop of Pennsylva nia. For the past twenty years it has gone on steadily increasing in extent, until It has become one of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

I THE TIMES, ; NEW BLOOMFIELD.r-A., SEPTEMBER 18, 1877. THE TIMES. - ; j PENNSYLVANIA B. SAUISSLS EI71SICN. On and sfter Jnneiith, Trains ran as follow t WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WsylMniliAcc. fui Tv'n Tr'u PltTWOIPAl STATIONS. Mall All'. Tr'u Ex. p.m. P.M, S.16 10.66 .W .Ml 7.80 10.90 .0S .M .M . 6.8(1 .! D.IO ' .06 .1l I 1.40 1.4 i.oo B.n 4.47 . 1 4.1 t.rt A 00. a. if P. It. A. M. .Ill) 4t t.w II 7.47 7.S1 t.U 7.04 , I 40 e.ao ft. 91 B.IK) (.11 t.SO Hrr!bunr, lLx-kvllle, MnrylvUI! ' Punrauuon, Bally'-. Newport Millpmtowti, Thnmimont'n. Mexico......... r.irt Royal.... Mifflin ' Lflwintown J., Amltirpou't,... McVnytowu,., N. Hamilton, . Pnntlntrdou,.. 1.30 .4.1' B.4A in e.ns 7.10 IK si B.81 .00 1S.M H.M 11. M 114 1.81 I.SA ftNt 1" I.IIX S 83 1.4 HI 10.10 10.41 1114 11.4(1 18.30 MS 1 66 7. S3 (.00 4.00 i.r, 4 VJ 1.80 6.K4 ?.20 Tyrone, . Altooua 8.(01 I.J6 ft. 60, t.lA1 9.60 S.I6 P.M 1 A.M. IF. M. !.. I fWPltlnhnrir Rim--. teat-Mi Warrl-h.--at 11.0ft P.M. Dnncanuon ll.m (flair); Newport 11...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

0 THE TIMES, , BLOOM FIELD, PA SEPTEMBER 18,1877. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We ittTlt com tmmlcn Moon from all ixron vh? ire Intorentra in matters properly beloiiHinir 10 tu oe- linmrni. Advice t Western Emigrant. The Ellsworth (Kan. Reporter gives the following Jvlce to those wanting information: We are receiving many letters from parties In the East who want a copy of the Reporter to find out about tnis country. If all iotne who write that they intend to, there will be very little good farming land left In .Ellsworth countv one year from now. Most of these people want farms., some are car- penters and want work. There is land plenty for the farmers, but we can give llttl encouragement to carpenters, One of our best carpenters said to us the other day that nine-tenths of the men who come here are carpenters. There is work for the farmer to get his ground ready for seeding and a house to live in Many families come west without any money on hand, but cash enough ought to be brought alo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

THE TIMES,' NEW ULOOMFIELD; PA., SElTlSMinfll 18, 1877. Tho Bloomflold Times STEAM job office IS THE PLACE TO GET Plain 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. MARYANERTH, 1). W. DEHR and JAMES II. UK1KK. kuowu as "Tho Ball Scale Company," have now on hand a large supply of Huoy's Patent COUNTER SCALE, the Simplest, Cheap est and best Connter Hcaleln the market. arKor Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Ball Scale, Company," Pottsvllle,, Schuylktllcounty, Pa. . For Scales or Agencies In this Comity, ap plytothe undersigned, where they can be Been aud examined any time. J. LEIBY & BRO., Newport, Perry co., Pa. FRANK MORTIMER, 9tf New BloomQeld,Perryco.,Pa. A CARD. To all who are Buffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 September 1877

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), 1A., SE1TEMHEU. 18, i 1877.1 A Look Haven Hero. Tlie WilllnrnHport, FiC, Sun of this wock snys : A young mnn nnmcd K. L. Pttokor, a Inw stmlent at Lock llnvon, was reported at having mysteriously dUftpponr od on hist Friday tornlng, aud much ex citement was occasioned thereby. , Ills room, upon bolng visited, exhibited Avl deuces of a struggle of sonio kind having occurred therein, and the suRploliin was aroused that foul play of some kind had taken place, Others suggested suicide, and the river was dragged In search of the re mains. Nothing was discovered, however, Finally, during the day, Friday, the missing man came into this city on foot, and told the following strange story : While sitting In his office loom at Lock Haven the previous night, about 13 o'clock, engsged in writing, a tramp came In and struck him a suddou blow with a club, knocking him sonsoless for a few moments, during which time the assAllaut robbed him of his puiso aud a valuable g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 September 1877

Z 'Jill afl I ' ...if T . M ,, iiiiiiiiliiiiiiuiiiiiiiiipiiiHHitliliiiiiiiiiiilililiillNijir ( h lj ioi-.'i"t.-.--.. ,, , ,. A fr-- VOL. XI. ISnSAV BLOOMirilSLD, JAA... TUKBDA-Y, Bm'TJSMHlCU 1877. NO. 38. jr J II It WW I 1 II .'' I I THE TIMES.1 An Independent Family Newspaper, IS rUnUBIIED RVBHT TUE91UT BT T. MORTIMER & (X), Subscription Prioe. Within the Comity 1 21 " " " HII lnilllh,...i in Out ot tho Cmmty, tiirliiilliiu pustatse. al v liiiint Itu " 1 W 8 Invariably In Advance I 1- AdvoitlsliiK lilies (mulshed upon appli cation. PASSING AWAY. Passing away pnsslng away Tlic ewect Bummer rosea are panning nwny I Their beauty is wanted, their fragrance lian tied, And wlth'rlng they llo In their damp, lowly bed. TUo fair, dewy morns In their splendor will rise, Tbepalo stars grow soft In evening's clear ekles ; The cooling dew full, and tho musical rain Buttheso roses will brighten, all I never again 1 Passing away passing nwny ; Bright hopes of my youth bow they're passing nwny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 September 1877

THIS TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SETTEMRER 25, 1877. MRS. HARDING'S SIGN. IN THE doorway of their cabin In the fur West, BuBan Harding stood and gazed out on the milling scenes around her. The afternoon's sun showered Its golden light over Held and forest, and turned the river which floated so quiet ly by, into a mirror that Bhone like pol Inhed steel. But the woman standing there gave no thought of the beauties which surrounded her. Blinding her eyes with her hand, she gazed long and earnestly away to the westward, as though she was expecting the coming of some one from that di rection. Long and steadily she looked, but the coming of no human being re warded her gaze. A look of disappoint ment mingled with anxiety, and she said aloud to herself as she turned away from the door, " I can't see why "Wil liam doesn't return. He said he would be gone no longer than noon at the most. I am afraid that some harm has come to him." " I shouldn't wonder If there had," said a voice from within...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 September 1877

THE TIMES, NEAV BLOOMFIELD, I'A., SEPTEMBER 25, 1877. 3 RAILROADS, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Anguftt lStii, 1877. TRAINS LEAVE II ARRI8BURG AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 5.20, 8.10 a. m. 157p. m., and "7.5ft p. m. For Philadelphia, at 5.20, 1,10,9.46 a.m. and nd 8.67 p. in. . For Rending, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.4B a. m. and 100 3.87 and 7.68. . . For Pottsvllle at 6.20. 8.10 a. m.. and 8.M B. in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranob at 1.40 p, m. n. For Annum via 8. B. Br. at 5.10 a. tn. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and at 2.00, 8.57 and 7.58 p. m. . .,. . , The 8.20, 8.10 a. m., 8.57 and 7.65 p. m., tralm have throngh cars for New York. The 5.20, 1.10 a. m.. and 2.00 p. m., trains hare through can for Philadelphia. "BUNDAY8 t For New York, at 5.2n a. m. ForAllentown and Way Stations at 6.20 a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Stations ar 1.45 p. m. TRAINS FOR HARRISTUTRG, LEAVE ABFOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.46 a. m., 1.00, 6. SO and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 September 1877

in K tiMfs?,' NEW Ht,biFlKi.i), ilA.1srii,,n:M'i)Kit 25; 1877. THE TIMES. New Moomfleld, Sept, 1877 NOTtCK TO AlVr.nTI8EU8 No Out or Rtorentypo wllM innertcd liitliii imper 6 nl w liKlit face anil on metal bue, ir'Tweiitj'psrcont. mrpK nf roffiilir rMtw, will DO CUrKlU lor auvprtiHt'llli'mn bl-v iu uimuirvimuuu. ftOTICB TO BUllSt'ItlBEItS. t.nnk lit the flmit-M on th tulwl of your vnper. Thorn-llirnrm tell vnu Mm llnto to wlilcll yuuraiilM uniptlnn In nnlil. Wllliln II wr'k tirr momy la put, if the data It cljawml. No other receipt II ueci'HHbry. our Circulation. For the Information of advertisers ami others who may be interested in know ing, we will state that the present circu lation of Titr. Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. Tiik Democrats of New Jersey havo placed General Geo. B. MeClellnn In nominations as their caniiuiato for gov ernor. As New York has claimed him as a resident of Mint Btate heretofore, Ave supposo that New Yorkers will n...

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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