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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1?JL., TUESDAY, JA-NUiVIlY 2J, 1878. NO. 5. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISHED BVERY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. subsciiiptios r it 1 1: e . (WITHIN THE COUNTY. One Yen? tl 2 Six Months 75 (OUT OF TUB COUNTY. Ons Year, (Postage included) Jl f1 Six Months. (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appll- natlon. elet 'Poetry. THE WAY OF THE WORLD. There are beautiful tongs that we never sing, And names that are never spoken There are treasures guarded with Jealous care. And kept as a sacred token, There are faded flowers, and letters dim With the tears that have rained above them, For the fickle words and the faithless hearts That taught us how to love them. There are sighs that come In our joyous hours To chasten our dreams of gladness, And tears that spring to our aching eyes, In hours of thoughtful sadness. For the blithest birds that sing in spring Will flit in the waning summer, And lips th...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

THK TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. JANUABY 29, 1878. would make but little difference, tlie tlootor ald, Hs he had at further but two or three days to live, his worst Injuries being Internal. Days and weeks pnssed, and lludd, Instead of veryifylng the doctor's pre diction, grew rapidly better, and at length completely recovered. As soon fH he was able to move about as former ly, only with the assistance of a cane, the saloon, which hud done a flourishing business during his illness, and still ocemed to prosper, was closed, and Us ostensible proprietor left for parts un known. The next day liudd was miss ing, leaving no trace of his destination but the following letter, which accom panied a heavy package addressed to Htnpleton, and left In the express office: " Mr. Richard Stapleton, Blr I am the person who robbed you some time ago. I have made a good thing out of your money, and flight to return yon fourfold, and would be glad to do it, but I have an old mother at home that I must tnk...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 21), 1878. a THAT WOMAN'S SECRET. I'ONCI.tU K!. "W rilKX," continued Mrs. Elniore, as we will now call her, " my husband nrose to his feet and mode this request my heart almost ceased Its beat ing. I feared, I believed that he was about to confess that he had attempted the life of the girl who had rejected him. Hut no I Ah I Heaven, no! I never before hod realized one lota of the base ness of the man ! Standing there, with hypocritical tears upon his face, Egbert Elmore denounced meos the would-be murderess of Agnes Lelghton. he tes tified to having seen me put a white powder in her wine glass while the at tention of the company was otherwise directed, lie sold that I had long been jealous of her; that I had uttered threats against her. I sat there benumbed, stu pefied, powerless to reply, till suddenly all became dark and I fell to the lloor. Would that I had never arisen I Oh, how can I tell the miseries of the next wretched month ! Let me h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

4 THE TIMES. New Jtloont field, Jon. U, JAT.V. NOTICJC TO ADVERT18KUS. No Out or Stereotype will lip inserted In this mtpr nulpnH llwht face and ou metal lisse, IVTwMity percent. n pucpms of rcirulsr rntcs, will be charred ioradvprtlapiuenta set in Double Oohimii. NOTICK TO HLIWCHIBEKf.. Iiooli at tlip flu-nres on the llil of your psi'cr. Thm ilviintf'll run dm ilntetn which yoiiranh arrlpllnn la nniil. within 1 week slier inonpy Is nt, n e II the data la .uaiiKPd. No otlipr receipt la neoesmirv. OUR CIRCULATION. For the Information of Ailvertlnois, and others interested In knowhiR, we make mention of the fact that we licgln this year with a circulation of KJNE TEKN HUNDHED copies. Gold is now quoted at H premium. Silver nt 8 per cent, discount. The "sliver bill" is still under discus sion in the Benate. Benntor Matthews' resolution declaring the bonds of the Nation to be payable in sliver M as pass ed by npnrly a two-thlrd vote. It Is probable that this vote shows the full strength...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW llLOOMFIELTJ, PA., JANUAltY 20, 1878. 5 THE TIMES. Ioihl (l)cph,t'tncit. fENNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIDDLS DIVISION. On ml after JumtWth, Trains run follow! I WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Way A.M. S.lWj MMI Tr'n l'niNmpAi HTATlOHS. .rimiMall Atl'.i MITI. i Kl. Tl''U Kx. Aoo. P.M.' ! .: D.4H l ' P.M M.'P.M. I. M. .II0 41 SIM 1S.IU 7. is 7 (Kl 40 n.'ia I. Ml. 1.4.1! I.M I. IIX t.HI II. 4:1 l .! I. Ml 4.IHI I 4.7 I. lt II. RU 114 I.KII P.M.I TTrrlhur R'H'kvllle, Murynvlllp. Piuieituuim, HitllyV New;ort MllllTHlllWII, TlloniltSOUt'U. jilexle.),.. ...... l'.ul Royal.... Mifflin I.ewlslnwtl J., Amlermm'n,.., McVeytnwn N. lUllllltntl, . Htllitilitfttou,., Tyrone Altounn. ...... I I.M .IK lt)M s.ia. .IW .Ml .4 .NS din 40 6. Ml till ran 7.4H 7. to! 8.01) .:is in MM Mil mi to.to IKS 114 .M 411 ! wii HI 111 S.tn 18.82 KM ll 10.411 II. M IllH in H4 III. HI H.87 S.M R. If. .40 1.4)1, I 11.14 II 4li m I. 47 III 511 tl.Mi; Ml (.111 l.w r.H. M.iP.U. I Publlo Sales. liillf for the following Kales have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JANUAltY 25), 1878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Welnvtls commmdefitlons frvn nl nrpoti who urn Inter s'ed iti ntnttm properly bt'lniitfiiiir to thin de partment. Ovcrrencliing. In reply to nu inquiry In the New- York Timet, whether there whs nny rure for overronchlnir in lior8C9, the editor replies ns follows : "To prevent overreaching, wlilub. is the linblt of striking the lieel of the fore-foot with the toe of the hind foot when either trotting or witlklng,Bhorten the too and Increase the weight of the fore-shoes ; ako, hnve no eulks on them This enables the horse to pick up the fore-feet quickly and throw them out well In front ; and the absence of the heel calks prevents the striking of the hind toe upon them. The hind shoe should be made short in the toe." This reply is wholly contrary to our own ideas and experience. It is in fact just the reverse of the truth. The sug gestions will produce overreaching not cure it. How can increasing the weight of...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

7 Newport Advertisements. Tllti TIMES, NEW llLOOMFltiLl), PA., JANUARY 29, 1878. Professional Curds. Hotels. THE WEED JE. JUNKIN, Attnrney-at t.aw, New lllnnmllehl. Perryeo., P. sT-Ortloe Next door to the residence o( J urine Jnukln. 6tl AM. MAtlKKL, Attorney-at-Law, i New llloomtleld, I'erry county, Pa. OIBce directly opposlto the Post-Ofllce, and adjoining the Mansion House. -T EW1S I'OTTKK, ATTOIINEY AT LAW. , NEW ULOOMFIELD, PEKHY CO., PA. ' WCIalms promptly secured collected Writings and aft legal business carefully attend- edto. oujrl JAMES 11. FEUGtiBON, Attorney at Law. NKWPOKT, PA. -orflce Market Street, near the Square. 85 8 CUAKLE8 II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New lilnomneld, Perry Co. Pa. VOlltce with O. A. Harnett, Esq., on Hlith .Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte nan Church. August 20, 1872. WM. A.8PONSLEK, Attornef-at-Law, Olllce adjoining Ills residence, on East Main street. New Hloomlield, Perry Co., Pa. S3 ly JOHN 0. 8HATTO, Burgeon Dentist . New Blo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 29 January 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW - llLOOMFlELl), PA.. JANUARY; 29, 1878. Tramp Llfo. The cliinf r tbe State detective force of MiiBsncliiiKetU lma enlivened bis nntniul report with an ncoount of no expedition umloi taken by two of his subordinates Inst summer wbich rendu like the skclotou rec ord out of which no me of Le Hugo's stories of the adventures ol roving Spanish rogues have been elaborated. These de tectives set out early iu July with the in tention of learning something of tramp life through actual experience among the Jovi al vagabond who are picking up a living nil over the country without toiling or Hpluning, depending mainly upon gather ing into barns. They transformed them selves Into members of that careless frater nity whose anthem Is the old song with the 'uugrammntical refrain : "A light heart and a thin pair of breeches Goes over the world, my boys !" and traversed Western Massachusetts. Tbey had plenty of goodly company from tbe beginning of their journey, and soon fell into n ...

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

' : s - " -1 a i i i'-:l'' 't-iiiii-tf'''?"'$'if-1 VOL. Xll. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IA.., TUESDAY, PEBIIUAHY 5, 1878. NO. 6i THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PCBUSnBD BVERT Tl'ltSIUT T F. MORTIMER & (JO. 9UB8CHIPTIOM P 11 ICE. (WITHIN THE COUHTT. (me Year II 2 Six Mouths, "!i (OCT 0 TH C'OUNTT. One Year. (Pottage Included) II fO Hi Months. (I'ostage iucluded) 85 Invariably iu Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. THE DRAMA. OF A WIG. WHAT a sigh was that ! not noisy, but profound and eloquent at once of an old grief and a fresh perplexity. Hob Withers, the gentleman In his shirt-sleeves before the mirror, had heaved that sigh every night for ten years, simultaneously with the act of removing from his head the fine chest nut wig which conceals the almost com plete destitution of the natural covering. The grief Is therefore an old one, but an dement of perplexity has mingled with this nlghtlj sigh more lately namely since having wooed and won Angle Mc La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 February 1878

THli T1MKS, NEW M.00M1 UyU), PA., FEimUAUY 5, 1878. Mumble over Unit cursed stand In the other room I" " Hut what did you hide for" nuked John, sharply. Hob JiiHt touched hit bald head and re plied : , " I heard the ladles up." John. pitched the revolver on the sofa and stood pi' n Hive. Finally lie wild with a sardonlo smile : . " Mr. Wllheis, how do you propose to jjetout of tills? Hlmll 1 call In the ladies and let you explain? They will .presently be wanting to know what we have done with the burglar." Hob made no reply. Already bitterly humiliated, he saw no way of avoiding Indefinite and yet bitter humiliations. John thought a few minutes longer, and then he said : " Take a seat, Mr. Withers ; I have a proposition to make." 4 They sat down. .,.).! " You are aware," continued John, In the calmest, most Imperturuble tone, " that I don"t like your match with my iter, and I have done my best to break it off. Hut she is an obstinate girl, and I had pretty much given up hope. These ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 February 1878

TIIK TIMES, NKW HL00MF1KL1), l'A., KKlUtUAItY 5, 1878. ii Thi Biilnrrt remedies for nil diseases of tho limits nru Bchenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Bchenck's Bea Weed Totilo and Bchenck's Mandrake Pills, and If taken before tba lungs Are destroyed they effect a speedy euro. To these medicines Dr. J. H. Bchcnck, of Phila delphia owes his unrivalled success lu the trentmont of pulmonary diseases. The Pol monlc Bymp ripens the morbid matter In the lung, nature throws It on" by nn easy expec toration, and the patient has relief from the prostrating cough. Tho Mandrake Pills must be freely ueed to cleanse and stimulate the stomach and liver they remove all obstruc tions, relax the gall bladder and start the bile f.eely and the llvur Is soon relieved. Bchenck's 8c Weed Tonlo Is a gentle stimulant and alterative the alkali of which It Is composed mixes with tho food and prevents souring. It assists dlgestlsn by toning up the stomach to a healthy condition, so that the food and the Pulmonic By nip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 February 1878

4 THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1EL1), PA., FEIUIUAKY 5, 1878. THE TIMES. New Jlloomfield, Jb. 1, 1S7H. NOTICK TO ADVEHTlHEItS. No Cut or Stereotype will bo Inserted In llil iiier antes Unlit lace and oti metal base. fts-Twenty per rent, in exrrss or riif nlr rstes, will bsohanred lor advertisement not in lluiilileOuliuuii. NOTICK TO IMHIrM'IMnKIl. I.nok at the IWnres on His label of vonr pspcr. Thoatiilvures tell vou I lie date In which yon ran rrlpslon Ispnid. within weeks alter money Is pent, if If tlis date ! chawed. No other receipt It necussarv. OUR CIRCULATION. For the In formation of Advertisers, and others Interested In knowing, we make mention of the fact that we begin this year with a circulation of NINE TEEN HUNDRED copies. Tun House Committee on Ranking and Currency agreed to recommend the passage of the bill Introduced by Mr. Cox, of New York, discontinuing the coinage of twenty cent pieces. The passage of the Matthews resolu tion in the House lias depressed nil securities. The...

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

THE TIMES, NEVJLOOMFIELl),rA.,EElUtUAltY 5, 1878. 5 THE TIMES. Io&il l)cJu'tn)eit. PENNSYLVANIA ft. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On sndsfter J u np 93111, Traim run follows l . WEHTWAHD. EAHTWAHD. Way Mull Ace. I Tr'u Tr'u Principal Hl'AlMINH. , J'nsiMstl'Atl'.i Mffl. Ex. Tr'u l!,X. ACO. M. P. M. .4:1 S.4 .mi b.bn P. M B.UU; 8.111 Hsrrlslmrg, lt.H'kvlllP. MsryHvlIln, Liuiirnuuoli, ! n 1 1 y ' n Newport, MMWmtown, Tliniiipsout'n, Mexi 1'nrt ll iyil.... MIITIlii l.mi 8 in id.wl T.ftHi 1 uv s.s iin, n.in HI 40 4;l S.MI rr, 7.IH t! 7.211 ill 7.40 2H' .M w g.uo li.M M-.M 7. mi lo. Ml S.SH S.IW n.acii K.'i .sl D.M 7.1101 .M 54 9.43 9 U(l a.iJ it In lll.ldl li. m' e.ift mI IU.42, 00 I.eWlMoWII 4.t Alli.ttTSOll'S,. .. McVeytnwll,., N. Hnmllton, . Huntitlirdnli,.. Tyrone, Altuouit 11.(14, 1.4(1 . 1(1.84' .(W t.sa 10.111 4.471 11.117 4.1ft. 7.S9 I. Ml t.'M S.Mi R. IA 2.60 9.11. A.M. P.M. P.U.I 11.14 11.411 is. .r,, M l.WI' .:i4 7.l P.M.i 1.1; Publlo Sales. Illllp for the following salts have been ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 February 1878

0 THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1EL1), 1A.. FEBRUARY fi, 1878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. tv Invite rnnitnunit-ntlon frntn sll ?ersnn who nm iuffrtpipii in maitrni properly uriotiKiuK to tniaae. partment. Potatoes for Cows. The Rural New Yorker Hnys : " 1'otn tnes ns cnttlo food will probably oomo into cninnion uwa tills bcuroii In tbouc districts whrro lmiivy crops glut tbe local nmrki ts nnd heavy freights pre clude) the dlHtnnt ones. In this cornice, tlon, the results of a M-rlcs of expert mcnts by Dr. Wolir, n Oerinan cheinlst, mny be profitably Instructive to some, of our readers. He experimented in feed lug raw and cooked potatoes to two cows, together with hay and rape-seed cake. When fedon cooked potatoes theanlnmls did not give os large a quantity of milk ns when fed upon raw; but the milk made nearly a third more butter, forty- two pounds of milk having been re quired to make a pound of butter in one ease, nnd only twenty-seven In the other." Wearing Flannel. The majority of people ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 February 1878

THE TIMES, NEW HL00MF1EL1), 1A., FElUlUAltY 5, 1878. Professional Cards. JK. JUNK1N. Attorney-at-Law, , ISrw ltli)iniill(l. Perry Co., Fa. -()nioe Next door to the residence of Judge .In ii kill. 4;"ll AM. MA UK EI., Attnrney-at-I.aw, New Uloonilleld, Perry county, Pa. t-f" Odleo directly opposite the Post-OlUce, mid adjoining the Mansion House. J KW1S l'UTTKIt, ATTOIIN ICY AT LAW, , NEW BUJOMFIIII.I), l'KItKYCO.,rA. -Clalins prompt! secured eollrc.ted WrtiliiKs and all legal business carefully attend ed to. M yi JAMES II. FEUUtjSON. Attorney-at-Law, NEWPOKT, PA. WOnice Market Street, near the Square. 35 6 CH AKI.ES II. HMII.KY. Attorney at Law. New llloonilleld, Perry Co. Pa. A. Oillce with 0. A. -Harnett, Esq., on High Street, north side. nearly opposite the Presbyte ria Church. August 2l),llt73. WM. A. HPONSI.KK, Attorney-at-Law, Oillce adjoining Ills residence, on East Main street, New llloonilleld, Perry Co., Pa. 311 ly JOHN O.SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist. New llloonilleld, Perryco....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 February 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM EI ELI), PA., FEB11UAKY 5, 1878. An Infernal Machine in a School. .Tosoh Van Noj, or Port JervU, id a teacher In tlie district school at Logstown, in Greenville twp., Delaware co., N. Y. Certain of his boy scholars being detected at various times throwing a baseball from ono to the other, the teacher announced that he would conllscate all balls he found in the posxnsHion of any scholars. On Wednesday last he saw a ten-year-old boy jilaying with a ball and threw It in the StOTO. On Friday last the same boy was , discov making a display of another ball. This the teacher took and was about to throw it in the stove when the manner of the boy and others about him struck him as pecu liar and he laid the ball In his desk. lie subsequently took it apart, and was startled to And that the ball cover contained a seal ed tin box filled with powder in quantity sufficient tohave demolished the school house. - - - Groundless Objections. Home having tried "put up" medicines w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 February 1878

. ft) ,". ' iV,'tf,v.;.il r ;,,,..'i.i:, i.iiniii,!-, ;ui'uu!;nm;i ! I ( VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, EEHI1XJARY 1.3, 1878. NO. 7. (Ksm 7M) 1 I K. G) I I ii THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED IVKRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8 V M C It 1 P T I O K P It ICE. (WITB1W TIIR COUNTY. One Yea- 1 2 Six Months 75 (OUT Or THB COUNTY. One Year. (Pmtatre Included) II M Six Months, (I'onaice Included) Ho Invariably lu Advance I -Advertising rates furnished upon appll eatlon. geledt Toett'v LIGHT ON THE CLOUD. There's never an always cloudlets sky, There's never a vale so fair, But over It sometimes shadows lie In a chill and songless air. But never a cloud o'erhnng the day, And flung Its shadows down, But on Its heaven-side gleamed some ray, Forming a sunshine crown. It Is dark on only the downward side ; Though rages the tempeBt lond, And scatters Its terrors far and wide, There's light npon the clond. And often, when It tralleth low, Shutting the landscap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 February 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM 1TELD, VA., FEMIUAHY 12, 1878. thing In awidly 'mlxed-up state. Her father, UHually a Jovial, genial old fel low, was hiiiI and haggard, as though tome great trouble wan wearing hltn out. Tim servants took advantage of his uttst ruction, and held high carnival. He hud suld uothing about Mb daugh ter's Intended return. Her arrival fell like a bombshell on the festive houne liold. The chambermaid was caught pounding vigorously on the piano. Bhe wan entertaining her "young man." That indlviduul, a great gawky son of Kiln, was Htretched out oil the Bofa,wlth Uls feet, encased in dirty cowhide boots, resting upon one of the easy-chairs. He was also smoking a pipe. The cook and coachman, both In a stale of Intoxi cation, in the kitchen below, were swear ing eternal fidelity to each other hi maudlin tones. The waitress had gone to Tony Pastor's, arrayed hi one f her mistress' ellk dresses. To say the least, Culhle was angry. Hhe frightened the musical lover of the cham...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 February 1878

THE TIMES, NEW DLOOMFIELD, PA., FEBItUAUY 12, 1878. Th Mtandnril remedies for all dlsessot of the lungs nre Pchenek's Pulmonic Byrop, Bchenck's Be Weed Tonic snd Bchenck's Msurirsks PHI, and If taken before tbe lungs are destroyed Ihej effect a speedy cure. To these medicine Dr. J. H. Bctaenck, of Phila delphia, owes his unrivalled success In the treatment of pulmonary diseases. Tbe Pol motile Syrup ripens the moibld matter In the lungs nature throw tt off by an easy ex pec toratlon, and the patient lias relief from the prostrating congb. Tbe Mandrake Pills nwst be freely used to cleanse and stimulate the stomach and liver they remove all obstruc tions, relax tbe gall bladder and start the bile f erly and the livur Is soon relieved. Bchenck's Sea Weed Tonic Is a gentle stimulant and alterative the alkali of which It Is composed mixes with the food and prevents souring. It Assists digestion by toning np the stomach to a healthy condition, to that the food and the Pulmonic Syrup will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 February 1878

Till', TIM US, NEW llLOOMl-'ll-Xl), l'A.. KKIIHUAllY 12, 1878. THE TIMES. New Itlootnflel'U J2, 1X7$. NOTICK TO AtVKUTISKH. No Out orRtprwntype Mil Iwlimprted luthts psppr BiiIpm llirht face Mid on tmttal law. tWTwmity ,r ct'tit.. in exeeM nf mrulsr rates, will bsohsrifeiltoralvirtlimnMiUi net In Iouble Column. NOTICK TO fSUnwiltlBERW. l.nnhat the nariin-n nn th label nf ymir pnper, ThomHviiri-Rtfll vou the rinte to wlilcHtvinrsiin rrlpllnn I. nnld. N itliin a wi'i-ks alter money is (.lit, e If the UutS In clwnwt. No othr receipt la necesaarv. oBr circulation. For the lnfomiutlon of Advertisers, and others Interested In knowing, we moke mention of the fuct that we begin this year with a circulation 'of NINE TEEN HUNDRED copies. We return our thanks to Hon. David II. Bhelbley for copy of BmuU'fl Hand Hook for 1878. The Pope died on the Hth inst. The .conclave to elect his successor has been called. A him. has been introduced in the fltate legislature reducing the tax on coal from thr...

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