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

I IV .4). Ml ft if aiflSl I life Pi VOL. XI. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY BT F. M011T1ME11 & CO. SUnSCltlPTION 1'lirC'K. (WITHIW TU COUHTT. One Year, Jl 2. Hlx Months 75 (OUT OF THI COUKTY. One Year, (Postage Included) (1 fn Hlx Months, (Postage lnc uiled) S3 Invariably iu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appll eatlon. $cledt Poeti'v. MARY, I BELIEVED THEE TRUE. Mary, I believed thee true, And I was blest lu thus believing But now I mourn that e'er I kne w A girl so fair and so deceiving. Few have ever loved like me O, I have loved thee too sincerely I And lew have e'er deceived like thee, Alas ! deceived me too severely. Fare tbee well ! Fare thee well I yet thluk awhile On one whose bosom seems to doubt thee j Who now would rather trust that smile, And die with thee than live without thee. Fare thee well I I'll think of tbee, Thou leav'st me many a bitter token For see, distracting woman, see My peace Is gone, my heart Is bro...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM EI ELD, PA., DECEM15EU 2f, 1877. THAT WOMAN'S SECRET. CONTINUED. " WE wlLLc YV Is It not i consider the matter. ; possible that flic Is In the power of that villain, Halph Mars den V" " Very possible and very probable : nueli was my first thought." " I fear It was Marsden who ahdueted her. RUM we have not a particle of proof that such Is the ease. Hut calm yourself, Henry, or you will he fit for nothing In the work hefore you. Do you think It likely that this Mrs. Van Dyke Is guilty of complicity In the alTalr V" " I think not yet It Is possible I do not like the woman's looks." " Is she related to Miss Sydney V" "She Is her auntV" " Then It Is not likely that she would put the girl In that man's power." "No. Walter," the young man 'ex claimed, with a sudden hurst of feeling, " I will be frank with you. In the few short weeks I have known Mara Syd ney I have learned to love her with the whole strength of my being. My every ambition Is centered In her; I care for...

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

Til K TIMKS, NEW 11L00MFIKL1), lAi, DKCEMIlKll 25,1877. 53 I tf The amount of tosttmony In fnTorof Dr. 8chenck'i Pulmonic Syrup, as a care for Voa sumption, far exceeds all that can be brought to support the pretentions of any otbor modi cine. Bee Dr. Bchenck' Almanac, which can be bad of an; druggist free of charge, contain ing the certificates of many persons of the highest respectability who have been restored to health, after being pronounced Incurable by physicians of acknowledged ability. Bchenck'i Pulinonlo Syrup alone has cured many, as these evidences will sbow bnt the cure Is often promoted by the employment of two other remedies which Dr. Bchenck provides for the purpose. Tbese additional remedies are Bchenck's Bea Weed Tonlo and . Mandrake I'M?. By the timely use of these medicines, according to directions, Dr. Bchenck certifies that most any case of Consumption may be cured. Every moment of delay makes your core more dllllcult, and all depends on the Judicious choice of...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1KL1), l'A.. DllCKMliEU 25, 1877. THE TIMES. Xeut JHoomfteld, Dec. 2t9 1S77. NOTICK TO AHVKUTISKKS. Ho Otit or RtKimtytm will h tniterted In thin wer nnlMi Unlit face ami ou metal baie. t"Twtnty ptr pont m ptpphii of pprntur rstw, will beohrKedforilvertiaeiueiitii Mtlu timblJolmim. NOTICK TO HUH?( ItinEilW. liookftt thp fliruret on the label nf ymir rmu'r, TbnHtwtwurf trll vnu tbf rinte to wliloli your hii h rrlpllou I pnlri WitUtii y wuekti niter money in tnt, see It tut) (lata is uhmtfod. No uther receipt ! neceasatv. THE TIMES FOK 1878. For the year 1878 we propose to furnish Tub Timks to itnglo subscribers and clnhs at the following rates, payable in advance i Withih in Couwtt. Single Copies for $l.2.r. Ten " " 11.00. Twenty " " S0.00. OtJT OF Tn CoUNTT. Single Copies (postage Included) 91 .(SO Fife ' " 7.00 Ten " " 18.00 Twenty " 05.00 The person getting np club of te of more will be entitled to a copy free. TBS TlMRB FOB NOTIUNO. The subscribers remitting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 December 1877

TH15 TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA., DECEMBER 25,1877. THE TIMES. PEIINSYLVAKIA E. a.-MIEI)LE IVISIOM. On and alter JmleSMli, Trains run M follow i WKSTWAUD. EASTWARD. WajrMnll Ace. i I'ana I'r'u Tr'n i l'HlNrirAL BTATlONH. .f'us M Fill All'. Tr'u, Ex. Mm. A oo. .M.ir.M. ,)..'' S.uu l.WI, .H0 Harrlalinrif, r.n. 1.8U 8. iii lor A. M. 8(10 46 B.SJ Hi 7.47 7.K-J 7.1" 7.(8 6.4(1 s.aa Hit ft. 13, !..) D.iB 11K'KVMIH 7.M) 8.31 l.f.21 It) 8.:i i.dii, i). It J.fkl jlllllCAllUOUi Rally's Newport I Mfllemtown, Tliompiiuut'n.j Mexico ; Port Il iynl....' Mlirilu i l,MvlHt.owYl 4: MHrvttvtlle. I ta.m' 1S.S2 7.8(1 10.SO B.6SI J 81 8 (0 7.115 0.1)1 HO D.:w .48 .M 1(1.10 1U.42 8.M 9.84 S.nSl 7.10 .IM t.2 I g.43, I 8. HOI i d.m S.ltl 8.2S T.4K S.Sfl! f.M s.s.v 8.ou 4.00 1 4.J ! 4. Ml l B.l! 6 SI 7.90 I P.M.I ; II. M H.Dh fUHl ! 11.04 8.41) S.4H: I I I I ' 10.34 ICO 8.81 , 10.1(1 4.47 9.37 4. in Mr ! 8. (VI a ?H O bO ; 8.15 a. Ml 0.151 1 A.M. P.M. P M.I I AtidiTnou',..,! I MrWytOWn ... 11.14 11.40 is.ai ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 December 1877

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, TA.. DECEMBE11 25, 1877. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. WdiiiTit communications frm all reron who are Interested lu mutters properly belonging to tula de partment. Chicken Hatching. Chicken hatching find raising by nrtlflclal incuns la a coiujmratlvely hew branch of industry In the United Htfttes, although it wiir long ago carried on successfully In Chinn, Egypt, and other Eastern countries. Here it has many difficulties to contend with, arising chiefly from our variable clinmte. In the hatching houses the eggs must have n uniform heat, always of the requisite degree, while to rear the young broods an artificial summer must be created and maintained. , An enterprising American, Mr. V. C. Baker, lias apparently succeeded in overcoming these difficulties to such an extent that he may count with tolerable certainty upon being able to furnish young chickens for the market In every season of the year. The buildings and appliances for this new enterprise, are located...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 December 1877

THE TIMES, NEW 11L00M FIELD, PA., DECEMBER 25, 1877. 7 Professional Cards. JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, New llloomlleht, Perryeo., Pa. Office Next door to tlie residence of Judge. Juiiklii. 4;M AM. MARKeL.Attonieynt-I.aw, New Hioomtteld, Perry county, Pa. fctT" Olllce directly opposite the Post-Ofllce, and adjoining the Mansion Ilnnse. JKWIS POTTER. ATTOllNKYATLAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEnRYCO.,PA. r Claims promptly secured collected Writings and all legal business carefully attend ed to. i yl JAMES II. FERGUSON, Attorney-at-Law, JNKWPOKT, PA. 49-onice Market Street, near the Square. 35 6 ,OUAULK8 H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. KJ New Blonmtleld, Perry Co. P. .Omcewlth C. A. Barnett, Esq., on High 'Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte rian Church. August 20, 1872. 1TM. A. 8PONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, Ty OftVe adjoining his residence, on East Main street. New Bloomtteld, Perry co., Pa S ly JOHN O.SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist. New Bloonitleld, Perryeo., Fa. All kinds of Mechanical and Su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 December 1877

8 TllK TIMES, NKW 11L00MFIELD, PA., DECEMBEU 25, 1877. A Centre County Cave. Mr. J. S. Arnold, of Btiydur county, having vinlled Animus Cave sends the following description to the Middlcbuig rout : This cave Is located at the head of Penn's Creek in the western end of Bush moun tain, which ia at the junction of Bush and Peun's Valley, In Miles township, Centre county. YYedescondod an almost perpen dicular declivity from tho top of the moun tain into a rectangular pit, said to be near ly 100 feet deep, and 80 feet long and 15 feet wide at the bottom. At the eastern end of the pit Is the opening of the cave, about 10 feet wide. The cavern is divided into three apartments, the bottom of two of which is water, and of the other lime stone rock. We wore provided with lan terns, which we lit when preparing to enter. We eutered the first apartment with a boat, being one with a water bottom. This first apartment is about 80 feet wide at the beginning, and widens to the middle, where it is ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

K" .e r n: urn iv-i .' t V VOL. XII. NEW 13LOOMFIEL33, iPA.., TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1878. NO. 1. fcT- mil v?v THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS PCBLISDBD IVRIIT TUESDAY BT R MORTIMER & CO. sirnscnirTioxpntiK. (WITHIN Til COUIOT. ' One Year $1 2 till Monthi, 75 (OUT Of TUB COUNT!. One Year, (Poiraire Included) II FO ilx Months, (1'osiage iuc uded) S Invariably lu Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upou appli cation. For The Bloomftcld Times. VIOLETS. Bt G. W. Ohbis. There was a lady, fair, who wrote A little violet-scented note And when her lover would have kept The treasure close, its fragrance crept Iuti the air, and did betray That something sweet was hidden nigh, Maklbg the folks in pleasure cry i " Why, who wears the violets to-day ?" And norethan this, the true love stole "Out oi the note and filled his soul, So that where'er ho went he took Guch lender courtesy, a look So gentle, peaceful, grave and true, That ladles Insensibly were wooed When lear htm to so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM El ELI), PA., JANUARY 1, 1878. THAT WOMAN'S SECRET. CONTINUED. ON THE following morning Ralph Marsden eagerly perused the papers half expecting to read an account of the discovery of the dead body of the unfor tunate girl, Laura; but not finding any thing of the kind, concluded that she had been merely stunned. " A curse on the glrll" he muttered, 41 1 fear she will cause me trouble yet. What evil genius brought her to that (place last nighty" i At the appointed time eleven o'clock Ralph Marsden and Major Hclth met M a certain fashionable uptown saloon. " Well, my boy," was the major's fa miliar greeting, " how did you succeed last evening ? Has the fair Mara prom ised to be yours ?" " No," Marsden replied, moodily ; 41 she evidently regards me with but little favor says she would rather die than become my wife ; and all that sort of thing." "Ha hat" laughed the major, "a few days' solitary confinement will probably affect a considerable change in her sentiments...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

THE TIMES. , NEW BL00MF1ELD, YA. JANUARY 1, 1878. X: IT 13 NOW an acknowledged fact that Con sumption can be cured. It hat been cured In very great nnmber of cases (some of them apparently desperate ones) by Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup alone, and In others by the same medicine In connection with Schenk't 8ca Weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills, one or both, according to the requirements of the case. The old supposition that " Consumption Is Incurable," for many years deterred Physicians from attempting to find ft remedy for that disease, and patients afflicted with It recon ciled themselves to death without and effort being made to save them from a doom which was considered Inevitable. Dr. Schenck himself was supposed at one time to bo at the very gate of death, his Physicians having pronounced his case hope less and abend on ed him to his fate i he was cured by the aforesaid medicines and afterward enjoyed uninte rupted good health for more than forty years. Thousands of people have used Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

4 THE TIMES. 2few llloomfleld, Jan. 1, 18TS. NOT1CK TO ADVKUTISEKS. No Out or Stereotype will be inserted In this paper onleen Itirht laue and' on meul biwie. r-Twentvrrnent.ineinM of remitsr wtm, will be halved fur iwlvertieoiupnte itetla luuble Column. NOTICE TO 8i;lH('ItIBKRH. I.eeK t the fliniree on the Isbel of your pper.-Th'i-n.-iv toll v,m Mm date to wlilcli you !" crtvttantflpaU. within a week; alter luoiiey la dent, '-, if lu UHto la ehanM'ixl. o uther receipt la neoe.arv. THE TIMES FOR 1878. For the year 1878 we propose to furnish Ths Times to single subscribers and clubs at the following rates, payable In advance i Within tub Countt. Slnglo Copies for $1.25. Ten " " 11-00- Twenty " " 20.00. Out of in County. Single Copies (postage Included) l.f0 Five " " " 7.00 Ten " ' " 1300 Twenty " " " 25.00 The person getting op clubs of ten or more will be entitled to a copy free. Tint Times for Notiiino. The subscribers remitting now will receive The Times until January 1st, 1873 fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA., JANUARY 1, 1878. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA R. E. MIDDLE DIVISION. On and alter June '3Sth, Tralua run sa fnllowi WE8TWAH1) EASTWARD. Way: Mail, Arn. Pass Tr'irXr'n I l"Rri-iiAti i I STATION!, j J'li iMnll'Atl'.t M(TI. Acc. El. Tr'ui E. A. M. V.M P. If. r.M. l.m P.M. 'P.M. l.lll 1.13 .80 A.Hll HnnHnhnru. 8. lit 1U.MI 1.411 t.46 ltix'kvllin, I. 6a! 6.M MarynvIHe, S.IW; It. lrt lMinimuiou, 9 31 4,1 Hally'a II. 41 .6S Newport i.Sftj 7. HI Mllleratnwn, ft.OH 7.2rt Tlumiiiaoul'll. .2S) 7. 4D I Mexico......... 8.291 7.6J I Tiirt ltoyill.... 7.6H, 145 8 as 8 13 7 47 7.H3 IW 7 no I M i Ml U.M 19.93 7. u lo.so W8 7. m 6f4 t.U n.ao (1.43, ".Hill tl.lH III ff.M .4 AM lu mi 1U.1 8. KB 8.W Minim LevYiKtnwn J., ii. w e.nii f in il in n An II id 4.UU ; i i 10.S4 B.IKl 5! . 10. Ill 4.47 I . K.:'.7 4.1 T.:' 'I K.M S.M Bill- , .I4 M 6.ID A.M. P.M. P.M. 11.14 4.S7! 4.M ft.WI! .!14' 7. !M P.M.i , , Ainli-rnotra,. .. MrWj tinvu... : N. Humtltmi. . imil is.ao I.HI HtmtlnKdon,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

O THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD,' 1A.. JANUARY 1, 1878. be loomfulb imts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Welnvlte enimrtmiii'stlnrie from H ppr.nn who are interested lu matters properly beloniiiUK to tntsde partraout. Turnips for Milk. At recent publlo meeting in Con necUcut Nntlmn Hart advocated the use of the common turnip ns food for a mllkdinry. "A few winters aince I was feeding common turnips, d when the supply wns exhnusted I had the curiosity to estimate the valueof turnips per bushel for feeding purposes from the returns that I actually received from the milk. We were then getting six cents per quart for our milk. The diminished flow of milk resulting. from discontinu ing this feed of turnips enabled me to calculate that the turnips were worth twenty-five cents a bushel to feed to cows. I refer to the common flat or field turnip. But as to their saving hay I do not think they do. I think they act as an alterative and their use will cause the cow to more perfectly digest her food. It s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

7 Professional Cards. JE. JUNKIN, Attorney-at Law, New Hloonilleld, Perry cn., Pa. r Office Neit dour to the residence ot Judge Jllllklll. 46lf AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at Law, , New Klnomlleld, Terry county, PS. 14T Office directly opposite the Post-Ulllce, end adjoining the Mauslon House. T EW19 I'UTTKIt, AT TO UN E Y AT 1- A W , NEW BLOOMKIELD, I'EHKY CO.,rA. M-Claim nroinntlv secured collected Writings und ail legal business carefully attend d to. rfiiyl J A MICH II. FERUtjSON, Attorney at Law, NKWPOUT, PA. Hr-Ofllee Market Street, near the Square. 858" CHARLES H. SM1LKV, Attorney at Law. New Dlonnilleld, Perry Co. Pa. .Utile with O. A. nnrnett, Esq., on High Street, noil h aide, nearly ii08lie the Presbyte. vlaB Church. August 20, 1872. VirM. A, 8PONBLER, Attorney-at ldw, y Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Hloomtleld, Perry co., Pa. 8 2 ly JOHN 0. 8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist, New Bloomtleld,Perryeo.,Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Hurglcal Dentistry done In the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 1 January 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW MA)OM FIELD, PA.', JANUAltY 1, 1878. ors In iipiiiln(iil to cxuinliio nml recoin luciul ii uniformity of ai'liool books to 1m mlopti'il by tlt( tiirwt'r of those vorul dinlricla of the !oun(y," corriiul S7 for '27 nuiiiHt. Tho Pre. Muted that ho would njipohit tho committee In due time. Tin1 next in order was : Munle, "Theie'H liumio In the air." HondliiK " The Modern Cain," by Mian. Alice (lonriul. ' "A tnlk nliout the American Poets' hy I'vor. J. Willis WiMlake. ' i Lecture, "The relullon of Education to liikhor," hy Hcv. J. Edtfiir. Tho speaker took the word "Labor, In Its widest sense, both for mental and physical employment and In this light looked upon the question us really being what should he the course of Education in the school room, since, as he claimed, the work of the school room should be to fit the pupil for the practical duties of life. With this requirement In view the Bpenker dlneussed the work of the modern school room separating studies Into the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 January 1878

0! p KM,, life g) sitelpi'Sl II mmm HWMillPfe VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 8,1878. NO. 2. W f--iUf All " A.Vi THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PU11M8UBD CVBltl TUKSOAT UT F. MOUTlMElt & CO. flUllSCniPTTON PlUl'E, (WITHIN TH COUNTY. One Yes- 91 ! Six Mont hi . 75 (OUT 0 TH t'JUNTT. One Year. (Pnstape included) II ffl Six Months. (Postage Ino mleil) Si Invariably In Advanoe I Kf Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. How a Husband waa Won. " T AM SURE I could do Unit," said X May Perrian. She wns sitting on an Inverted starch box in the middle of the kitchen floor, her round chin In her hands, her dotted cambric dress tinned deftly up to pro tect it from bll possible contact with duet and dirt ; for Miss Perrlan spent a goodly part of her time in Hint identical kitchen. Mark I'errlan had been a well-to do merchant once, but unwarily allowing himself to be persuaded Into endorsing for a plausible vlllnln, he sank almost as if by magic into t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELT), 1A JANUA11Y H, 1878. THAT WOMAN'S SECRET. OONT1NIIEK. " rpjIEN'saM Alice, "It mlgbt be A she was not abducted by him. It seems to me that If the detective was at all vlgllunt, and Ralph Marsden ever vlnlted the place where he might have the girl con fined, that some diecovery would, ere this place, have been made." " True," Edith replied. The door-bell rang. " Tls Marsden 1" Alice exolalmed.her faro becoming a shndo paler. "Dear Kdlth, will you wait In tho library until he has gone V" Edith assented, and Alice conducted her to the designated apartment. When she re-entered the library Ralph Marsdcn hastened to meet her. " Dear Alice," he began, but checked himself, noticing an unusual expression in her face, and hastily exclaimed : " What Is the mattet t What has hap pened ?" " ltalph Marsden," Alice said, In a clear, unfaltering tone, " I have heard that since I saw you last which has given me a new insight to your charac ter. I Ah 1 your paling face tell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW'liLOOMFiELl);iA.rJANUAitV' H,' 1878. 'a IT IS NOW on aeknowledtrod Tact Hint Con iumptlon can be eurocl. It baa been cured In a Tory groat number of cases (some of them apparently desperate ones) by Bchenck'a Pulmonic Byrup alone, and lu ottion by the name medicine la connection with Bchonk'a Boa Weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills, one or both, according to tho requirements of the case. The old supposition that Consumption Is Incurable," for many years deterred Physicians from attempting to And a remedy for that disease, and patients aflllcted with It recon ciled themselves to death without and effort being made to savo them from a doom which was considered Inevitable. Dr. Bchenck himself was supposed at one time to bo at the very gate of death, his Physicians having pronounced his case hope less and abondoned him to his fate i ho was cured by the aforesaid medicines and afterward enjoyed unluto rupted good health for more than forty years. Thousands of people have used Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 8 January 1878

Till! TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 8, 1878. THE TIMES. Jfew liloomfieUl, Jan, 1878. HOTICK TO ADVB11T19EHB. Wo Out or mr!ty will be ttisnrted In thli np Dulxm IlKlit tuna aud uu metal baae. far" Twenty per cent, m excmis or reirutar rotes, will bt chawed for ail vartlsemoutii aetin Double Column. NOTICE TO 8IJIIMCRini!BM. I.oeh at th ftmires on f hr lalml nf vmir rMiv ThoxeiWnreatrll you Hid date la which fouraiiu ri lBlUn Ispnlll. Within iwkj alter "'';,;," nt, am If the Uats ta ctaamrrd. No other receipt la neoessarv. THE TDIKS FOR 1878. For the year 1878 we propose to furnish Tub Timbs to tingle subscribers and cluht at the following rates, payable In advance t WlTMN "IB CoUNTT. fllnelo Coploe for fl.SS. Ten " " II-'- Twenty " " 2v-. Out or thb Countt. Single Coplct (pottngo Included) fl.BO Five " 7.00 Ten " " " 18 00 Twenty " " " 25.00 The person getting np clabe of th or more will be entitled to a copy free. Thb Times for Nothing. - The subscriber! remitting now will rec...

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