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

VOL. "XI. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB FDDLI8UBD EVEUI TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. ' Subscription Price. Within the County, II 25 Bin month 75 Out of the County, IiicIikIIiik postage, 150 " " six IllOllUlS '' 83 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. gelcft Toctify. A BUTTERCUP. A llttlo yellow buttercup Blood laughing In the sun i Tlio grass nil green around It, ' Tlio summer Just begun lis saucy little bead nbrlm AVlth happiness and fun . Near by grown old, and goue to peed, A dandelion grew To right and left with every breeze Ills snowy tresses ilew, llo shook bis homy bead and said "I've some advice for you. " Don't think, because you're yellow now, That golden days will last t I was ai gay as you are, once, But now my youth Is past, This day will be my last to bloom ) Tho hours are going fast. " IYrbaps your fun may last a week, But then you'll have to die." The dandelion ceased to speak, . . A breeze that capered by , Sn...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 October 1877

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00ME1EL1), PA., OCTOlJKlt.10, 1877. THE WOMAN SPY- I'M NOW a very old ninn, Iouk ngo mipprnnnnnled; and the adventure I nm nliout to relate owurcd when I was n stripling rnplaln (promotion wnsrnpld then), nmiiy and many a long year ago, AVe were then at war with the Ottoman empire. It wns getting lnte In the spring of our cainpnlgn,nnd our trouble with thoTurks was still fur from bolng ftt n close, that I get out for MIcliiHvar, In Trn.iisylvu.nla, to conduct ft number of reerultn to my leglment, which then lay In the vicinity ef Orsown, In a village near the army lived a gipsy, who eurrled on the trudo ef ,Mitler.' My new soldiers, who were extremely superstitious, asked her to tell their fortune. I laughed at them, and at the sumo held my hand to the gipsy. "The 20th of August!" sold she, with a very significant nlr, and without ad ding another syllable. I wished to obtain some explanation, but shetrepeated tho same words; and, ns I whs going away, she called out...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 October 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLUOMilELti, TA., 'OCTOBER 10, 1877. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA8RKNGEH TRAINS. Atigitftt IBtTi, 1877. TKAINS LEAVE IIARRISDCHG AS FOLtOWB For New York. at 8.20, B.10 a. m. 8.07p. m., nil 7.M p. m. Kr riiirdelphln. at 5.20, S.10, 8.48 a.m. d and 8.87 p. tn. . ... Fur Headline, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.48a. III. and 100 S.67 and 7.8ft. , . For Pottsvllle at 8.20. MO a. m.. an4 8.67 B. in., and tla Hohuylklll and Susquehanna ranch at 1.40 p. m. For Auburn via B. & ft Br. at 8.10 a. In. For Allentown,at6.zo, 8.10 a. m., and at .00, 3.57 and 7.65 p. in. . . . The 8.20, s.foa. m., 3.1ft and m7b! p. m., trains have through cars for New Vork. The 8.20, 8.10 a.m.. and 2.00 p.m., trains hare through cars for Philadelphia. . HUNDAVHi Pot New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Wav twatlotis at 8 20 a.m. ' For Heading, Philadelphlasuid Way dtatlonsat 1.45 p. in. TKAINS FOR HARKISW'tMl, LEAVE A8 KOL LOWS ! Leave New York, at 8.46 a. in., 1.00, 6. tun ...

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

4 THE TIMES, NEy BLOOMFIELD, ,r A., pCTOJjV 10,. l?77. THE TIMES. New llloont field, Oct. 16,Jt77. NOTICM TO ADVBRT1SKRS. Ho Cti or KtMwtyr wllUmlnwrted lntbU per nlpif Dirht fi-e tud ou metal b. WTwentv jwr cunt in txrrmn of wniljr rti, will Im obinml (or xlvertlnemi uu tot lit IiouliM Column. Conghesb will meet In special Besslon Monday of this week to provide for pay ment of array expenditures, i'he Presi dent will recommend an Increase of the army, the better to protect our extended frontier and to break up Indian depreda tions. The report of the cotton crop pros pect shows that In North Carolina, Vir ginia, Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mis sissippi and South Carolina, the yield will fall below that of last year. In Kansas and Florida the reports are fa vorable for a yield equal to the preced ing years. ' Dispatches received from Mr. Mor ton's friends state that he has abandon ed all hope of being present during the extra session, and It Is exceedingly doubtful whether he will be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 October 1877

. THE TIMlfS NCT BLOOMFIELD, PA., OCTOBER, 10, 877. THE TIMES. tro&t Deph,l!ttieit. -1 PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-K1ESLS DIVISION.' On mil after June JMh, Trains mil u follow i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Wsn Mull. Arc. Pan. Tr'ulTr'u rnuciPAi. fci TATIONH. J'lia.MntliAM'. Mm. Arc Ex. Tr'ui Er. 1. v. F. M. .m t.ifi .m .lt) a. 40 .6 7.10! T.Brt 7.4D, .M' 8.00 p.sf P.M. P.M. A. M. s.is lo.as; son 8.IHJ1 b.u: l.ao: 1:S I.W Hrrlbnrif, Kaokvlllr, MsryavtUe, LHincaunon, Bally' Newport Mtllemtown, Thorn pHout'n. MpxIi'o Tort H.'jal.... Mltriln LrwriHtown J., Anilei-non'.,... Mc Wytowu ... N. ITninlltnu, . HmitinKdou... Tvrono Altuuun, , 1.80; 8.46 8.36 s ia 7 47 J.S'l 7.1 7 011 6 40 g.xi 6.J6 SSI 7.6(1 S.3S 11.53 t.811 10. W 7.1 6.64' CM 8.31 H01 P.SO .:is m t61 10. Ill lo. 4a .4:l 13. M S.43. .so! e.is Dill 8 Oh o t.m 8. S3, 1 B 8. 11. M 4.110 11.04 I 40, 8.49 11.14 11.411 4.5 10.84 D.09 I tl 10.10 4 47 4. Ml S.:i 0.87; 4.14 T.Ml s.ro a. en in 8.16 9.80: (US A.M.IP.M..P.H.I 1:29 6. :m 7. 'Jit P.M tW-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 October 1877

THE TIMES,1 NfoV; BLOOMl'toi) M,' bcTOBElt 10,' 1877. 0 fir ? ? ' HOUSE, FARM AKD GARbEN Tv Invite rnmtrnnlrnltnriM from nil person who are Interfiled lu matters properly bcloimluR to tula de partment. , Greasing Axles. ' On the authority of the Caniaie Monthly more injury is done to Cnrrlngrts and wngons by greasing too mucli than the reverse. Tallow Is thebe9t lubricant for wood nxlea, and castor oil for Iron. Lard and common grease are apt to penetrate he hub, and work their way out around the tenons of the spokes and spoil the wheel. For common wood axles, just enough grease should he ap plied to the spindle to give it a light coating. To oil an iron axle, first wipe clean with u cloth wet with turpentine, and then apply a few drops of castor oil near the shoulder, and end. One tea spoonful is enough for the four wheels. Carriages are sometimes oiled so much that their appearance Is spoiled by having the grease spattered upon their varnished surfaces. When they are washed in tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 October 1877

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1ELD, PA., , OCTOBER 10, 1877. Newport Advertisements. THE WEED Hotels. Tho Bloomflld 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. ALL SCALES. D LB. M.IRYANEKTH, D. W. DERR and . JAMES H. GKIEK. known as The Ball Scale Company," have sow on hand a large supply of Buoy's Patent COUNTEU 8CALIC, the Simplest, Cheap est and best Counter Scaleln the market. r For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jorsey, Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Ball Scale Company," Pottsvtlle, Schuylklllcounty, Pa. 9 For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they can be seen and examined any time. J LEIBY & BRO., Newport, Perry co Pa. FRANK MORTIMER, fltf New Bloonifleld, Perryco.,Pa. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscret...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 October 1877

TItH TIES, : NEW BLOOMriELi), l'Ai, otfrOBEll i'o, ' 1877.' 8 Capture of Four Desperadoes. A specinl from St. Louis wiys : For some time pant ft band of robbers bave been operating In White and Wabash counties, 111. Stores and residences bave been pillaged, valuable horses stolen, and it fa believed that In wore than one instance murder lias been committed. The baud has been under the leadership of " Bent" McClaiu, a noted desperado. By some meaus Sheriff Michaels, of Wabash county, learned that MoCIain bad formed a plot to visit the home of Philan der Gould, a wealthy citizen, on the night of October 4th, and rob bis house, in which there was supposed to be a large amouut of money. The sheriff immediately summon ed a posse of ten trusty men and prooeeded to Gould's bouse, and after posting ft sen tinel on the outside and secietiug the re mainder of the company on the inside of the house, with Sheriff Michaels in Mr. Gould's bed, they awaited tho arrival of the robbers. They had not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

v- Md (Miff ,-3 inner iir,b:!'iv.(,.i-'i'-Vi - ... r, .i,.iihrf;;7.',;u:iii l.lil.ujaiiiili'JiiilliiiiiiMiMi'.'.iiiiiiiniiijiiiiu'l!; VOL. XI. NEW 33L.OOMIPIEL33, 1J.A.., TUESDAY, OCTOBIEI 23, 1877. NO. 42. I1W x lifyti- - Y THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, ' IS PUBLISH Hit BVIRT TDB8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Price. Within the County ...tl 25 Bixmonui 10 Out of the County, Including postage. " " " six months " 1 W) (A Invariably In Advance I V Advertising rates furnished' upon appU; atlon. ' Saved by a Piece of Lace. MIIS. RUTHERFORD Mas looking over her laces. There were many choice pieces of pointe purchased In Europe ; Mechlin and Brussels pointe, Limerick pointe, with other Irish laces, Honiton, delicate d'Alencon, and one precious piece of antique pointe de Ven Ise, for Mrs. Rutherford was a connois seur In laces, and threw away her mon ey in a recklessly extravagant way whenever a fine piece was concerned. , "Hope Rutherford, I wish you would tell me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIKLl), PA., OCTOBEll 23, 1877. and the lace work In tho otlier, be iIbkii ed out of the house.' Meanwhile, at the court-room, the lawyer for the prosecution had Hummed up his cane; and now the counsel for the defendant, after nicking ft few re. marks, In which lie drew attention to 3u Antolne'i statement h crha not io foreign to the, cane after all, added that lie thought it fuifllclcntly strong without It. They would soon see that 'Squire May could not have committed tho murder, for he was about to prove an alibi, and would bane it entirely upon the testimony of one witness, nnd so saying he led I Io)H to the stand. Bho liad known Bhe would bo called upon to testify, but now her courage left her, and she felt as If she must fly through an open side door and escape from them all. But a glance from her father, and' tho thought that she might save lilm, re strained her. The little figure looked very piteous with its white face, black dress, and flowing flaxen hair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

tiiiT time,' Ntew iiLooiiFi a'. 6cix)Mii! 23', ! id77. 0 RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PARSKNQEH TftAIJSHi Atigutt IBtli, 1877. TRAINS LEAVE IJAHRlRnrjRO AB FOLLOWS For New York, at &.20, 8.10 a. m. 8.67p. n lid 7.M p. m. For I'lilladalphla, lit 5.20, B.10, (US a.m. nd and 8.57 i, in. . For Hnsdtng, at 6.20, 8.10, 8.4C a. m. and 100 8.67 and T.fA. . . . For l'ottsvlllo at (1.20. 8.10 a. m., and 8.R7 p. in., and Tla Schuylkill and Buiciuehauua branch at 8.40 p. in. For Aohnni via 8. & II. Br. at 5.10 a. in. For Aljentown, ato.20, 8.10. in., and at 8.00, 8.57 and 7.65 p. in. . The 8.20, H.IOa. m 8.57 and 1M p. m., train have through cam for New York. Tha A.2ii,ii.lo a. m.. and 8.HU p. m. trains hare through cars for l'hiladtilphla. , SUNDAYS 1 For Nw York, at .ao a. iii. For Allentown and Wav Ktatlon at 8 20a.m. For Roadlng, 1'ulladelphla and Way titatloniat 1.4! p. m. TRAINS FOR II ARIUHtUJKG, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWH I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

4 THE TDfEftj-NEW, BMHELprf VA.CWmil Z 1877. THE, TIMES. New Bloom field, Oct. 23, 187 Tk NOTICE TO AlJVKrtTJSfiHS. Ho Ont or Stereotype will t Inierted In tbla paper nlMM light faoe and ou motel bus. t"Twimfjr pr pent in nnn of irmilur rttw, wUl b ohsnred fur adrertliwmeut it In Double Column. KOTIOB TO I'lIHGRIBKaUfc I.ask nt thn flicnn-n on til 1bl of your ppr, ThcwetlifurrK tell vnu the itnie I whlrli your orlptlan jepnltl. V ItUin t wiuikf itcr money it pnl, ! If the dnt It changed. Mo oth.r reoelpt Is neoeaaary. Congress convened on Monday of Inst week and organized by electing Bam'l. J. Randal of Pennsylvania as Speaker, he receiving 143 votes to Mr. Garfield of Ohio, 132. Committees were then appointed to In form Mr. Hayes and the Senate of the organization of the house and a recess was taken at 3:15 until 4 o'clock. After recess the drawing for seats was proceed ed with In the usual way. At 6:30 the house adjourned, leaving the question of swearing In the members objected t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

THE TIMES. :1 L(05h,l Department. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-VUBELE DIVISION. On and ftr ludIMh. Tr1m run m follows i KA8TWAHD. J'ns s. MnlliAtl' Tr'n Ux. Mm. Aoo.4 Htatiunb. ltnirlshnric. KiMkvllle, Mnrysvtun, lHiucsuuun, B.llr'.,........ NwMirt, Millemtown, Thnmpttont'n., Mpx1im. ...... Port Hojril.... r.M. 1. 80, 8.16 lO.fi It.on Hi 8 38 e u 7.47 l.W 7 m IN (4H UJ Hii 7.W I. Ml. 11.88' 18.831 1.8(1 10. HI t.iei .M l.M 8.49 J .mi .10 Aitnim Andertioii'fl r. 11. Ml 8 III in 11.04 1.40, 0.414 MoVevtnwn N'. Hamilton, , IIuutinKdon,.. Tyrone, A I ton mi 10. 94' 8 W 8.28 lll.lrt .47: fl.87! 4.18 7.W 8.8(i: 8.8H 8 W' 8.18 8.8(1 8.16 A.M. P.M.;P.M.I fw IMttwbunr F.xiirAft. Icsvp lUrrtolxirtr Ht II. mi p.m. Duncaiiimn II. Bit (fliiir): Newport 11.87 lllw) Mid five at I'lttnlmrK .18.10 a. m. ISrlol'ItentM. On Wednesday evening about seven o'clock some "thieving cuss" stole a large roast from Minleli's refrigerator lu this place. David Risser, of Lelinnon Co., charg ed with the murder of Mr. Miller...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

s lufr'Tfotiay rtfeW -iiiiMtl)JJ WVoto)' 23, '1877. 6 (flic Sloomficlb feus. HOUSE,, FARM AND GARDEN. Invite pnmmnnlontirtnii from nM tiorann tin sr Iwtrmtrd In matter properly bAloaviUK to tnls de IMrtiueut, . 1 ; I Foreign Inteoti., . .-i The Entomologist calls attention to the fact that European Insectsand weeds arc naturalized In America with far more facility than ours are naturalized there, and even crowd out the Insects indigenous to us. Thus we have a native currant worm very much like the one Imported nearly twenty years ago from Europe ; hut it has never done any damage, while already the imported one has in some places almost stopped the cultivation of the currant. Our onion fly does scarcely any harm, while the imported fly, to which it is closely allied, does great damage. It is just the same with the imported hark louse of the apple tree, and the meal worm beetle. Among other pests of European origin are the Hessian fly introduced nearly one hundred years ago ; the bee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

7 Tho Bloomllld 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 1 AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. T B- MA.RYANEKTIT, D. W. DEltB and JAMES U. UKIER. known as ' The Ball Scale Company," hare now on hand a large supply ot Buoy's Patent COUNT EK SCALE, 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," Fottsville, Bchnylktllcoiir.ty, Pa. . For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they ean be seen and examined any time. J LEIBY ft BRO., Newport, Perry Co., Pa. FRANK MORTIMER, 9tf NewBloonifleld,Ferryco.,Pa. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &o., I will send a re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 October 1877

THE TIMtiS NEW liLbOMFlEtB. A.;1 OCTOBER 23, 1877. Trapped by a Sheriff. On Ihe 1st of May, 187(1, Col. Broad head, United States payn)Rster,ccompnnied by bin dork, Louis II. Spencer, and two other men, loft Areata, California, for Camp Gaston, situated In tho northern part of that State, for the purpose of raying the soldiers stationed at the garrison. When the party wero going down a hill ebout a mile from lledwood creek, moving slowly forward in bIiirIo Mo, tlioy wore flrod upon from the brush near the trail. The first shot Was fired at a pack mule that was in the van, on which was strap ped a pair of saddle-bngs supposed to cou tftln a large amou'ut of currency. The ball, which was a large one, struck the mule In the left Hank and passed . almost through the animal's body. No one in the party was armedand of course the fire was not returned. The mule,on receiving the shot, started to run, and the party followed. Closely following the first shot came a sec ond, which took effect ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 October 1877

X svfev- S&WP" Urn OA VOL. XI. NEW BLOOMFIELD, !P.A., TUESDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1877. NO. 43. ijmm yJTAS-y.. P 1 14. I V I 111 rS-J f N ' a I! HT.nl -I i I IfTtlil ' I. i. IB m n m i tz is i n- El It Hi l.tl I II 13 Trtr.yrFWfiV THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED SVEIIT TUESDAY BY F. MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Price. Within Hie County II 25 dia iiit'iiiiin, . , . . Out of the County, Including postage, " " " six mouths ' mix mourns, to 1 M 85 Invariably in Advance I J-Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. elec(t Poetry. LIFE AND DEATH. " What la Life, futher ?" " A battle, my child, Where tlm strongest lance may fall, Where the wariest eyes may be begu lied, And the stoutest heart may quail; Where the foes are gathered on every band, And rest not, day nor night, And the feeble little ones must stand In the thickest of the fight." What Is Death, father J" The rest, my child, When the strife and toll are o'er; The Angel of God, who, calm and mild, Ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 October 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., OCTOBER 30, 1877. not appear displeased to And Orvlllo bo familiar and agreeable. " La," said Mariana Theresa, " we'll make you a long a visit as you wish. Dear me, cousin, you are not situated exactly as we expected to find you, but you appear to be very comfortable after all." Mrs. WeBtcut, almost weeping with vexation, was unable to reply. Her only alternative was to complain of sudden dizziness leave the Elroys to take care of her husband and, retiring to her room, give vent to her feelings In a flood of tears. Her vaunted relations were so odd, and Orvlllo seemed to enjoy his triumph so much, that, as she after wards confessed, "she didn't think Bhe could live through It any way in this world." Yet Mrs. Westcut, late Klroy, Bur vlved. ' With cold-blooded cruelty, Mr. Westcut prevailed upon his wife's rela tions t prolong their visit day after day, until they had been a week at Copely. Each moment seemed to de velop some new oddity, and Orvlllo w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 October 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA,, 0CT011EU 30, 1877. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PA8SHNOKK TRAINS. Align! Ifflh, IH77. TRAINS LEAVE IIARR18BURO AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 8.20, 8.10 a.m. S.67p. m., iirt 7.ss p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.2(1, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. Dd ami 3.57 p. in. For Reading, at 8.2'), 8.10, 0.45 a. m. and 2.00 3.67 and 7.CS. For l'ottsvllle at 5.20. 8.10 a. m., and 3.57 p. in., and via Schuylkill and Susqiielianna Branch at 1.40 p. m. For Aiilnirn via H. ft fl. tlr. nt 8.10 a. m. For Allentown, at6.2u, 8.10 a. in., and nt 2.00, 3.57 and 7.f1 p. m. . . Thfl.20, H.IOa. m., S.B7 and "7.55 p. in., trains have through curs for New Voi k. The A.20.R.IH a.m.. nnd2.no p.m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.2o a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6 20a.m. For Keiullng, Philadelphia and Way Htatlousat 1.4S p. in. TRAINS FOR IlARMSBUItG, LEAVE AS FOt. LOWS : Leavo New York, at 8.45 a. in., 1.00, G.a)and 7.46...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 October 1877

4 THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIEU), PA., OCTOUEll 30, 1877. THE TIMES. New Itloomjleld, Oct. H09 18T7 NOTIClC TO All VKUTlSKHSt Ko Out orRtrrmtyp tt III bo limortnd 111 this aper nnttw Unlit lure and on lut'liil bami. ff"Twmit3' p.Tvir. in ptrfHB uf rrirnlnr Mtwi, will do uurKcu i or nimiriuH'tui'm nee in lmhiuhi uoimun, NOTICE TO NUilHCIUnKR. Iiftntt nt tho flu-urn on tlio 1r1u1 of ynr fnpor. Thiii' itiurrM h'U vontltn An in In tvlilcti vmir kiiIY rrht'lon In mill!. Within a neck nit-r tiiottt v Ik diiii, Hctt if thu iluto in cliuiiKtHi, No other ruiwirt is ue'-'i'PKJiry, The United Slides, vUhin the lant ten yenrs, liavo sold $,(NI0,MI0 worth of arms nnd munitions of war to Ktiropc, nntl still the demand continues. Hlther to Turkey 1ms been our best customer, lint now orders upon a liberal scnlo nre coming from Ilr.mtiii. In th k yenr imo the capital Invested in manufactures In the United Stales amounted to $2t!7,72(l70, and the total production was valued at $444,473,H120. In 1877 the s...

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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