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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 February 1877

VOL. XI. THE TIMES. Au Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBI.ISnBn BVERT TUBSnAT BT F. MOltTIMKlt & CO. Subscription Price. Within Hie County " " Blx month, Out o( tlie County, including postage " ' " six montlis ' $1 25 75 1 50 85 Invariably In Advance I 49-Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. geleft Poetry. Lines to a Fat-cinating Young Lady. I've been In love eome sixty times And always thought the newest fairest, I've strung at least a million rhymes, Though not to forms like that thou vrearest. Some have been short and others tall, Some have been plump and others slender, But. slim or dnmpy, large or small, To thine their brightest charms surrender. To flirt with for a month or year One might select a different figure, Less size, less heart, of course less dear, With rather less of health and vigor. But for a friend ye gods ! a wife, To live for, fight for, love forever, I never saw in all my life One near bo perfect never, never ! I am in earnest so don't laugh, ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., FEMtUAltY 0, 1877. Fur " Tho Tim." TOO SHARP, FOR MR. SHARP. SOMK years ago, Peter Punctual, nn honest and Industrious young follow fromk'ankee land, came Into New York ami attempted to turn a, penny and get an honest living by procuring subscrlb ore to various magazines and periodicals, on Ills own hook. That Is, lie would re oclve a quantity of magazines from a . distant publisher, at a discount, and get up Ms own lint of snhseilbcrs about the city, nnd eerve them through the year at the regular subscription price, which would leave the nmount of the said dis ount a clear protlt in his pocket, or rather a compensation for his time nnd labor. There are many persona In the city who obtain a livelihood In the same way. rotor's commissions Inlng email, and liis capital still smaller, he was obliged to transact his business with great -care and circumspection, in order to make both ends meet. He adopted a rule therefore to make all of his subscribers pa...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MHEL1), TA., FEBRUARY (J, 1877. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R, R. ARRANGEMENT OF FAB8ENCIEB TRAINS. November 2Ht1i, 1870. TRAINS I.EAVEHAUKIHBUROAB FOLLOWS i For New York, at 8.20, 8.10 a. tn. 2.00 and 7.65 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, S.10, 9.4ft a.ni.2.(i0 and S.57 p. m. .... For Heading at 5.20, 8.10, 9.4.1 a. m. 2.00 S.R7 and T.fiftp. tn. .. . . For I'ottsvlfie at fi.20. 8.10 a. m.. and 3.57 p. m.andvla Bcliuylklll and ttusciueliauua Branch For AUe'ntown, at 5.20, 8.10 a. In., 2.00, 3.57 and 7. 65p. m. The 6.20, rf.loa. m. 2.00 p.m. and T.M p. m. trains have throiiuh cars fuf Nen Vork. The 5.20, g.ioa. m.. and'AOU p. m. trains hate through cars for Philadelphia. HUNDAYS i For New York, at 5.2" a. 111. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.-20 a.m. For Heimlng, Philadelphia and Way HI al lows at 1.45p. in. TRAINS FOR UAHHISTIURG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. tn., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.45p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 8.40, and T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 February 1877

4 THE TIMES .NEW BLOOM El ELI), PA., EEMtUARY 0,1877. THE TIMES. New lUoomfleld, Vtb'y (I, JS77. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Mo Cut or SliTontj-pK will hp Inserted In till. vor Bnlww llirht fsoe fttul on metal bntta, tTwentT wr pent, in iiwi nf regular rte, will bs etwniMl or itvertlemeut ot In Unuule Column. NOTICE TO HIT IIWI' II I DERM, I.nnk at the (l(,nrp on the Intiel of yonr iwppr.-ThiiBHilu-uri H tpll vim tlm itnte In wlilrli jrniir iib prtitilnn Ik nnM. Within B nrku miir mutiny In pnt, ine 11 the iWte la cluuwed. No other rucclpt Is uooeaaary. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information of advertlsersttiid others who niny 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 Phksidknt Is In favor of imnie dlatespecle resumption and thinks it can now be done easily. Toi'EKA, Kas., January 31. The leg islature to-day elected Col. Plumb as United Stutes senator. Holland, the bank robber, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELl), PA., FEBRUARY (5, 1877. 5 THE TIMES. ItO&il fpcikrtircit. PENNSYLVANIA R. L MIDDLE DIVISION. On ami after November 7th, Trains mu h follow! ; EASTWARD. J'nlHrtVAI. HrATlONH. .fin .Mall' Atl'.i Mm. Ki. J'lr'ui lix. Aeo. P.M. Hsrrtstmrg, JluckvlUn, Marysville, iMiliennnon, bully's Now-port MllloTHtown, 'J'httlll)HU1lt'U. Mexico,...,... . Port Royal.... MlfTlln, u. ficwtrftnwn Jr., AiwIorrton'H,,,, McWvtown ,.. N. Hamilton, . HumbiM-fUm,.. Tyrone Aitooua l.W) J.I7 1.(11 19 Ml 13 III 1.M 19. (IK s ir. n'.osl 7. mi 7. mi' t.so 10.99 .m 10. in 8.43 e.im! 9.10 H In u.r.7 11.41 11.101! II .Kl 11.114 H.I 4.40 8.61 10. 841 .0t 8.97 In In1 4 47 11.871 4. is. l m 8. Ml 8.M B.mi 8. It; 9 M US A. Mu P.M. jr. M. Punllo Sales. Those liavlng buIo bills printed nt this offloo will have llic no tice of the snlo in this list without extra diarge until dny of wile. February 10th. Ira WcnUel executor of David Wentzcl, dee'd will oiler at tils luto rcsldeneo near Blain tho ...

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

0 Till: TIM KS NEW 1JL00M FIELD, PA., FEimilAltY 0, 1877. IoomCHb pints. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Ws Invite eommnniciitloni from All ppnmn whrisre iiitartvitfdtn matter iruirl)- belonKlOK to lhl 'le Btrtiaent. The Milkman In Malta. One of the imwt Interesting thing about traveling In foreign countries Is to us, not so much the countries them selves, ns the people who live In them. While we admire fine scenery anil grand buildings, mid like to vIhH ithoee plnces famous for eome event In history, we also like to know the jieople, nnd see how they live, and how they manage their matters of every-dny life in the house and out of It. We have met peo ple who have spent years abroad, and who could talk about mountains and lakes, cathedrals and painting, but could tell nothing about the people of the countries they visited, and who seem to have taken no interest in what was going on outride of, the hotels where they staid. When we visit a strange city, even in our country, we are sure to mak...

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

THE TIMES, NEW JiLOOMFIELl), PA:,'- FKBRUAllY 0, 1877. REDUCTION IN PRICE I Cheapest and Best! THE IIARRI8BUKG Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. To ill now tmlMwrtWit nd to lit prwwHt ubcribem reuttwiiiK their tmbucriptioii THE DAILY PA Tit 10 T Will ba sent at the following- rut t 1 copy, 1 yar, puMtjtKf prepaid Si.m Sooplta, flu club), " ' I?1" A " " " 87.00 g " 6UII0 I mprdiirlnir the amnion of the LtuMatiire luo 1 ropy, 1 year, and 1 copy, 1 year, of eltlwr Hab. PKIt N MoN rHL or IlAltl-Ell H llAIAU, postage palU ua both '3t THE WEEKLY PATRIOT Will be Mint at the following rate 1 copy. 1 year, iKWtwe prepaid. tunc 4 copies, " A,w lo ' " " lo.ni 13 ' " " and 1 copy toirettcr npof clnti lS.ro 9i copies, I year poetaite prepaid, and 1 copy toretter.npof club 83.(10 I copy, one year, and one copy, one year, of either Hari'f,r' Monthly or Hamper's 13a- r.AR, poBtajre pr-eiaid on both f 4.W The uliscrlption price of Harr'a Monthly and Hariter's llar-arlfl Ct.Ott each, thua swurtiiK a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 February 1877

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, VA., EEltttUAKY 0, 1877. Is Ho Married or Not? Two jicopla are In court at Lockport, N. V., trying to deckle whether they are man and wife, and what puzzles the gossips is that both parties are perfectly respectable, me being Caussius D. Won 111, a Lock port farmer, and the other Miss Annie llourue, of Cony, 1'enna., both beinfl about 30 years of age. The lady with her sister's husband, Williams by name, visited at the Worrill homestead, soinewhnt over a year ago, where Worrill was living with his widowid mother, and while there Miss itounio nursed Mis. Worrill In her last sickness. During this visit a marriage was arranged between the parlies, to which Worrill said he agreed only when wearied out by the importunities of Mr. and Mi's. Williams, aud on condition that a year would elapse before the wedding took places The lady claims he fnado protestations of love, and agreed to marry her then, but wished to have it kept a secrot for ia year, that he might...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

VOL. XI. NEW BLOOMFIElD, 1J.5 TUESDAY, ITEBttTJAIlY 13, 1877. NO. 7. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PDBLmnED EVERT TUR8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & (X). Subscription Price. Within the County tt 25 mxmoiuns, 1.7 Out of the County, Including postage, " " " six months " 1 fiO 85 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished npon appli cation. eletct Poeti'y. TOTTVETOOLONG II is sad to lie down in the cold, cold grave, When the mind is strong, -and the heart is brave j It is sad to leave all that Is lovely and fair And go to the tomb, to be mouldering there. Bnt oh ! if 'tis bitter to leave the world's throng, It is sadder, far sadder, to live too long. To see all that once we had doted npon Before ns to rest and to happiness gone, And to stand, like a wlther'd oak, blighted and weak, The sole tree that survives the mad hurricane's wreck, O talk not of life, earth's bright dwellings among, For nothing can soothe him who lives too long. To know that the once echoing tru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMEIELl), PA., FEimUAltY 13, 1877. A London Detective's Story. FOR n long time I had been on the truck of a gang of coiners, whieh.ln my professional pride, I hnd vowed to capture. More than once I pounced down upon them in their haunts ; but all vanished like magic and I being un able to produce proofs the chief, whom I desired most to convict, fairly laughed at me and my efforts. , This naturally gave me considerable annoyance ; and with some heat I ejac ulated : " You've eerted me tills time, Jim Hintiley ; but I'm not John Hplnd ler if you do the next. 44 When you catch me, hold me 1" ho grinned. " How dare you malign an in nocent man " Well, It was nearly nine months before I again ran down Jim and his gang; then I detected them in a low, wretched street. The house they used was kept hy an old Irish woman. Having watched the house till 1 was sure of my game, I went to Bcotland Yard, saw the chief, reported my news, got some h?en, and on one dark, gUBty winter'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

THE TIMtiS,' NEW BLOOMFItiMVPA.; FEBltUAKY 13, 1877. R A liRO AD 8 V PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF rA88KNGEK TRAINS. November 2SIIi, 18T. TKAIN8 LEAVE II ARKIBBURO A8 FOLLOWS i For New York, at o.J0, 8.10 a. m. S.00 and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at 5.20, 1. 10, 9.48 a.m. H. 10 and S.57 p. in. ... ... For Heading, at 6,20, 1.10, 9.48 a. In. 8.00 S.57 and 7.ft6p. m. . . For Pottsvlfle at 8.20. .10a.m.. and 3.57 p. inland via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch For Al'eiitown, at S.20, .10 a. in., 100, 3.57 and 7. 65p, m. . . .. The 6.20, 8.10 a. m. 8.00 p. m. and 7.68 p. m. trains have through cars fur New York. The 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and 2.00 p.m. trains have through cars (or Philadelphia. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 5.20a.m. For heading, Philadelphia and Way atatlois at 1.4ft p. in. . TRAINS FOB llAKKIRRUKU, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS ! Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.45p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 0.18 a. m. 3.40, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

Til 13 TIMES NEW UL00MF1EL1), l'A., FliimUAllY 13,1877. THE TIMES. New Bloem field, I'tb'y J3, M77. NOTICE TO A1JVE1W18EHS. Bo Cut or Storcotyr lll lw Inserted In this ie' (minus llirht faov awl ou metal be. SWTwonty pir rent, in exrcwi of rirnlir rates, will be ehanrwl for sdvortlsenirntu sot lu Double Column. NOTICE TO IMlUKtilHBERlS I.ooU at the figures mi tlw label of your pntipv-Tfinm-Huiirii.tcll vmvthi dmeiwwlilcn yonrsun rrlplinn Ispnld. Within a weeks niter money l ent, it the Uats la changed. No othor racoliit la neceasary. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information of advertisers ami others who iny de Interested In know ing, we will state that the present circu lation of The Times ils between eighteen hundred and nineteen 'hundred copies each week. The price f the American Agricultur ist, post-paid, Is $l!(IO a year; and of the Times $1.5(1, hut wo will send the TWO papers to any u(ldress,posttige free, for $2.50. . The Huntingdon Jvurnal advocates the passage of a siny law by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA., FEBRUAltY 13, 1877. 5 THE TIMES. trokl 1)ciu'tiicit. PENNSYLVANIA B. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ifter Novemlier Stth, Trains run H follow! t WE9TWAHD. EASTWARD. WaylMnll Ae. Fun Tr'uiTr'n Pmhoipai. stations. J'tmMailiAtl'.i MnT. Ki. I'lr'u, Kx. Aoo. A.M. P.M.. M. r. as. 1.80 1.17 l.m la.M 13. It) 19. 33 18. IN 8.001 26 O.BO IIrrllmr(f, Horkvllle, Muryflvtlle, llum-aimou, llally'K Newport, Mtllemtown, 'I'holnpsout'n. Mexico,...,.... port It al.... Mifflin l.ewltown J.. Alltlt'rmin't,. ., MeVoytown,.. N. Hamilton,. lltintliiKtlon,.. Tyrone Aitoona, 8.16 u.oo 8.85 8. 30 8.11 7.03 7.83 7.1 7.07 804 8.81 83 8.3ft s.ia an t.WI 1.47! ID III 7.1 .60 n.3S RIS8 .ih . id ..M .4(l 9.HH 8.M j.iio io. 7.0ft .0 Mill P.:cii 6.64 10. OS I S.60 7. 10 .n:ti 7.3i) s.m; 7.4D B.a:i; 7.63 S.no' 8.00 .Mj I 4.47, I S.2-- 7. in; P.M.I 1 8.4'J 0.80 8.18 III 11.57 11.41 t.4S 11.84 10 III I 10.43 .MI 11.83 11.04 6. IV, ft.M 1.40, 8.01 11.14 11.40 la.mi 1.16 1.66 10 .841 O ffil . til ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

THE TIMES NEW IVLOOMllELD, PA., VElHtUAltY 13,1877. . . V . HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Inrlte Dommmilostloii frnoi all porsons Who are liilvriMIKitiu miilWrs properly boluiiKlu U tula lie partuient. Stanchions better than Chains. If we would kMp the rattle cli'iin at any cont, then how nhould we have them clean at least t!ont. It la fancy farming, It seems to me, to reuch our ends nt too high cost. Beet farming, that wlileh meets our ends with tthoi tent puree. The old time stanchion la better thnn the chains I see In Mime new hams. The old stylo was not chains, perhaps; he cause chains could nol ueinnde at home, and had to be paid for in money, hut I find the old stylo hero, shows a common sense, as It often does, that the present is wanting in. In going to a cattle show once, driving, the cattle along that road, they ran Into a door-yard, ns cattle will. found the farmer, a gentleman from' the city, who was completing a new barn, explaining to his carpenter how he should have his c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., EEBHUAKY 13. 1877. 7 REDUCTION IN PRICE! , Cheapest and Best ! THE IIAItRISBURG Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. To all tirw tmbcr.tt"r and to all imneut uherllf ra THE DAILY PATRIOT Will be mint at the fntlnwlwr rates : I coy, I year, ihwIhkb prepaid...., V' S copies, (in club), " If ft " " ...... .....I -BU in n . " 64100 I copy durltw the session of the WUatiirj log i com-, 1 yenr, ami 1 copy, 1 year, "I either Hah. i-Kii'e Mi)NTiiLrorHHi'i!R' Mazab, nostuKe paid ou both Tijy WEEKLY PATRIOT Will be sent at the fnllnwln retell ; ' 1 onpy, 1 year, ixmtwe prepaid WOO ,oofi;. ;; -y:--v-- yK 15 " nd lcopy toirotter-iipnf club 16.00 1)6 copies, I yenr pimtaire prepaid, mi 1 copy tuiretter.upuf club 39.00 I copy, una yenr, and one copy, one year, of either Hahi'uk's Monthly or lUai'Eu's Ba zar, poHtoKe pr-epttil on both ft. 60 The subscription price of Harper's Monthly mid Harper's Bamr i 4 M earn, thus securing subsc.rl. beracopyof the hmkii Patriot f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 13 February 1877

8 THE TIMES, NEW f BLOOMFIELT), PA., FElUtUAHY IS, 1877.; Receipts and Expenditures JOHN LODEHf, Treasurer, in account wi uary, 187U, to tne m Tll. To ain't Slate tna nutatmidinff for 1872... 8(l 78 " " 1KT3... 0 00 " " 1875,.. 194 44 ' assessed for l7n 2180 60 To am't retailurs' licenses fur 1870, at re turned by mercantile uppralaer 1511 88 To am't additional retailers' licenses Ill (IS ' tavern licenses tor 1S76 1300 00 " eating heuse licenses for 187l.... 203 00 " patent mcdlolne licenses S 00 " pamphlet lawi for 1878 V 00 Balance due county account 705 79 Total 3B2 12 JOHNR. BODEN, in account with the County of retry, from the 1st day of Janury, 1876, to the ltt day of January, 1877. DR. $138 IP 327 40 330 02 432 72 604 28 T ) am't County tax outstanding Tor 1870 . 1871 ,, j872 u u u 18T3 " " 1874 " " " 187 1651 00 ' " assessed for 1876 28076 67 To am't due county acoount by State account, as per auditors report of 1876 523 81 To am't received from Geo. Spahr, for mer Treasurer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 February 1877

JI .nl'flf. )l I I f , A ,U,II IfOn 1 I! lll'ilHIiillllwllllllilllllilllil'nJIilllllHI'lilll'Jili jjp ,K,'ll,n 1 I '.:l,'K ill:- II SiSSSV-S T rasa N VOL. XI. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PCBLI8HBD EVERT TCE8DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CX). Subscription Price. Within the County tl 25 " " " Bix months 7" Out of the County, Including postage, 1 H) " " " six months " 85 Invariably In Advance I ar Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. ele(St Poetry TOO POOR TO PAY. We were so poor when baby died, And mother stlched his shroud, The others in their hanger cried, With sorrow wild and loud; We were so poor we could not pny The man to carry him away. I see It still before my eyes j It lies upon the bed, And mother whispered thiough her sighs, " The little boy is dead." A little box of common pine His cofllu was and may be mine ! We were too poor to hire a hearse, We couldn't get a pall, And when we drove film to the grave, A wagou held us all. 'Twas I who drove the ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 February 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA., FElUtUAIlY 20, 1877. 4 . 1ftr The Tlinfw. NOT AN ANGEL. 11 Y W. It. II. M'CMNTXM.K. UNLIKE the heroine!) of most writers, mine is not an angel. When the l'oet llurna was In Edinburgh, he was introdueed by a friend to the studio of a well-known imlnter, whom he found en gaged on a representation of " Jacob's Dream." After minutely examining the work, he wrote the following verses on the back of a little sketch, which is Htlll preserved In the pnlnter's family. It Is highly characteristic of the man : " Dear I'll gle ye ome advice, "You should na paint nil iinuel, mill), ' Tint try and paint the Devil. Tn paint an angM's kittle walk, AVI' auld Nick there's less danger t You'll easy paint a weal-kent face, But no sa well a stranger." This story doe not appear in his liiography but was found in a magazine. We were struck with the force of his lines and henee we shall, hereafter, re frain from attempting to bring our heroines up to an angelic standard. Poo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 February 1877

I THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 20, 1877. 8 RAILROADS. PHliJDiaFHiA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF rASRENOER TBAIN8. November 28th, 1870. TKAIN8 LEAVE H ARR18BUUG AS IWlAOWBi For New York, at 6.20, 1.10 . m. .00 and PPhhadclphla, at 6.20, g.10, US a.m.s.OO Ur loading, at MO. 6.10, . a. m. 100 ,-Kor npot7tsvlflenBt 6.20, 8.10 a.m.. and 8.57 p. m., and via Behuyiklll imd Susquehanna Branch Fir0 Alte'ntown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. in., 100, ThVVifiCio"t m. 2.00 p.m. and .7.55 p.m. trains have through cart forNe York. The 6.20, 6.10 a.m.. and 2.00 p. m. trains have through cars lor Philadelphia. BUNI1AYR ! For New York, at 5.2 a. m. . . For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20 a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Stations at 1.45p. m. TRAINS FOR HARRIBBUBG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.30 and 7 4fp m. Leave riilladelplilu, at 8.16 a. in. 8.40, and T Lea'venReadlng. at 4. 40, 7.40,11.20a. m. 1.30,8.15 and 10.3, p. m. . . . Leave Tottsvllle, at 6.15, 9....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 20 February 1877

- Till? T1MIS .ym BLPQIFIKLD,.1,A., JPKBllUAUyt2p, ,1877. THE TIMES. New lllwmflehl, 1010 SO, 1S77. NOTICE TO ADVItRTlSKltS. Jo Cut or Htorwitypo will lx Inwted Inthla ai ttnlAM lUrht far aud on metal bww. SW Twenty per rent., in nww it rtnilr ntw, will b ohawed for atlvertiwmplita ant in Double Column. 'NOTICE TO KtlWieiUERf. I.ank at Hie fltniron on the Inlwl of yonr rap", Thoaolimtrfatrll yoifthfi rint towliMi yonranh-i-Hprton lnnftl. ltliln a wikkb atlcr niolinr la nt, a 1fiie date la cliaiufed. No other receipt ta neoeaeary. OUR CIRCULATION. 1 For thesnformntion of advertisersnnd others- who may belnterested in know ing, we wKl stute that the present circu lation of Thk Times is between eighteen hundred owl nineteen hundred copies each' week. Tins price of the Amerhmn Agricultur ist, post-paid, is $1;00 ft year; and of the Times -$1.50, but we will send the TWO papers to any nddress,post.igc free, for $2.50. - Our thakks are due Senator Crnw- ford and iRepresentatlvc Shcibley f...

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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