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

V- O A Tn Ci ft) oo i.: -A' VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELID, TUESDAY, MA.11CII 5, 1878. NO. 10 THE TIMES.. An Independent family Newspaper, II PUBLISH BD BVBRT TUB8DAT BT R MOllTIMElt & CO. 8 UDSOUIFTtUN 1 II I C K . (WITUIM TUB COUNTT. One Year 1 2 Six Months . '5 (OUT 0 THB COUNTT. One Year, (PnstaRft Inclndnd) 1 f0 Six Moulin, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. Belet Poeti'y. TRUST IN MOTHER. Utile daughters full of glee, Bright and bonny, fair and free, Trust in mother. Tou will never find another Like this one so good and true, ABd so faithful unto you TruBt In mother. Tell her all your childish woes, For a precious balm sho kuows Sweet and healing And her kiss Is warm with feeling ; BleSBcd kiss that never cloys All your happy childish Joys . Too revealing. Maiden daughters blooming fair, With your opening charms so rare, Trust in mother She'll advlBO you like no other ; Lock no secret In your breast, Share with her who...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 5 March 1878

n TJIK TIMES, NEW BL00MF1EL1), PA., MAltCH C, 1878. Vows Made to be Broken. N' O, HI HI" Bald Julian Ferrean en- ergetleally, as lie tossed tils cigar away, preparatory to Joining the ladies : "I'm not a marrying man. In my bumble opinion, about the worst thing a man ean do with himself is to Blip his tteek luto the matrimonial iiooro 1" "What I ynnV cried Tom Revere, " You holding fortli against matrimony with your reputation for gallantry, and your confessed adoration of the lovely sex? I'm thunder-struck I" "Certalnlv. I adore the Indies; I've much too high a regard for them to wish them condemned to such a state of ser vitude. Tie a woman down to the cares and vexations of married life; subject her to the whims of a man whom site is .hound to obey ; and make her the wor ried slave of half a dozen young tor ments and you've spoiled her I" con cluded Julian, with some excitement. A vociferous clapping of hands from the adjacent bay-window greeted this peroration, and the energetic...

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

S. THE TIMES, NEW BLQOM FIELD, FA., MARCH f, 1878. I fT" The penetrating winds Incident to this season of the year are a severe ordeal for the lungs. The neglect of a hard cough generally leads to a weakness of the lungs, which, not Infrequently, remits In Coniumptton. Sclienck's Pulmonic Byrnp will at once re lieve and loosen a tight cough, and Is such an agreeable remedy that children will take It without being coaxed. A cold on the lungs, If consumption is not already developed, may be easily mastered by the use of the Pulmonic Byrup, together with Bchenck'i Mandrake Pills to clear the system of the accumulated mucus. In more serious cases, where the disease has become deeply seated, anp the patient suffers from loss of appetite, weakness and emacia tion, Sclienck's Sea Weed Tonic should be used In connection with the above mentioned remedies, to stimulate the appetite and bring the digestive powers Into healthy action, there by sustaining the strength of the patient and enabling...

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

4 THE TIMES, NEW DL00MF1EL1), TA., MAltCll 5, 1878. THE TIMES. Au Bloomfleld, March &, 187&. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Ho Cot or Stereotype will he Inserted In thli iar unlets ItKht fKoe aud u metal base. IWTwanty per rent in eces of regular rates, will toharKedforadvertl8itrai4Uta set in DuubleOolumn. KOTICB TO fsllBMCRIBERts. I.ok t the Sir-ires no the Isbel of yonr piv Those nu res toll you thr dine to which yenr . rrlpllon In nnid. Within a weeks alter money Is nt, If the date ia ohanmd. No other receipt it necessary. OUR CIRCULATION. For the Information 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. Affairs in Europe look much more squally than they did. The peace articles are still unsigned, and England and Russia are both preparing for any emergency that may arise. A few days will now settle the question of peace, or war, and if the latter, It will no doubt be the most ...

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

THE TIMES, NEWBL00MFIELD,PA.,MAIICJ1 5, 1878. 5 THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. R. KIEDLB DIVISION. On and after JilneSMta, Trains ran u follow t WESTWARD. EASTWARD. ,1'nsiMsll Atl'.i Mffl. Ex. Tr'ni Ex. Ago. WsyMntl Ace. Pus Tr'n.Tr'n PniHOPAL BTATIONS. A.M. P.M. P. H. A. M. .U0 6.46 S.KS 8.11 7.47 1M 7 18 700 640 6 3K 6.36 B.OO! 1 .SOI (1.30 HsrrisbniXi r.M 1.601 6.16 lO.rf . 13, S.W 1VIH KV1UH. M Msrysvllfe, 6.16 Dunrsnnon, 6.40 Bully's 6.56 Newport 7.10 Millemtown. t.S Thoni'ont'n. 7.46 Meifro 7.63 I'ort li j l.... 6.00 Mifflin ; Lewl.towu J., 7.5H, 7. 60 1 R.21 IN (31 .6S (1.04 P.20 IB 11. M H.M 7 SO10.W T.00 .43l lit; 1.(18 .as 6.64 6 41 4.U0, 6.18 lit P.S3 .4S 111. IV .ns 4.U0 4 7 ll.MI 6.06; .10 UI.42 .11.14 II .40 1131) I.M 1.M 11.04 , 6.40: 6.4.1 i; Ancieron-s,...i i i i 4M 6.IKII I.M 7. Sill p.m.; 1 N. Hamilton,.'1 10.10! 4.47! . . I ' HlllltlllKdon,..l S.OT 4.16 7.9H; Tyrone 6.60t 8.20 60 I I 1 A.M. p.m. p.m. A.M. P.M. Dnnnmion 11.33 (fW): Newport 11.67 (tbur) ud ar rives t P...

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

0 THE TIMES,;. NEW BLOOM EI ELI), PA., MARCH 5, 1878. pC IJloomfidi) inus. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We invite, communication from nil ncrnon who are lntt.resteii lu matters properly belotiKiuic to tula de partment. Barms and Free Homes In Kansas. A writer In the Chicago fimet has given the following relative to the fer tility of Kansas lands : Let the tnvveler throughout Kansas who from twenty-five to thirty years ago was familiar with the facts of agri culture in the now great states of Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, with their pre sent large population of wealthy farmers, contrast the comparatively slow rewards of years of severe toll required in clearing those rich farms and in re alizing their enhanced values, with the magical results of three or rive years of well-directed effort in this young and marvelous state. I am not old enough to fall into the category which the Ko man poet describes as " laudator' acti tempnrit," praiser of the times gone by, but the American Farmer in the...

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

Till) TIMLlS, NfiW 1JL0OMF1KL1), 1A., MAlKil 0,1878,' Professional Cards. JK. J UN KIN, Attorney at Law, , New liloomtluld, Perry CO., P. r Office Next door to the residence otJudite Juukln. (ll AM. MARK EL, Attorney at-Law, . New Hloomnrld, Perry county, Pa. lT Office directly opposite th Post-OIUce, and adjoining tut Mansion House. tIjwis roi'TKit, ATTOHSEY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TEltUV CO., PA, troia'lms promptly secured ' emieoted Writings and all leal business carefully attend. d to. TAMES H. FEUGLSON, AttJrJ!$ j,". -omce Market Street, near the Square. 85 6 HABLES U. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New llloomllelil, Perry Co. Pa. .Om with C. A. Barnelt, Esq., on lllah Street, north side, nearly opposite the I riaR Church. August 21), 1872. -ITrM. A. 8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, VV Onk-e adJolnliiK his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomlleld. Perry co.. Pa 8 i ly J OHM U.BHATTO, Surfreon Dentist. ' New Bloomlleld. Perryco., Pa. All Kinds of Mechanical and Suralcal Dentistry done...

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

8 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, VA.. MAKCII 5, ,1878, Damage by the Tidal Wave nt Callao. AooountH from Callao, l'erti, of the effect of tho tlil ill wave there, any the oldest Inhabitants have never aeon any thing to compare with the soenes of Jnnnai'jr S7 and 28. The ea 1 covered with floating debris. At every moment Im mense waves of thirty and forty foot high break over the mole and along the whole const line, uploading destruction around. Most of the wooden structures Inside the mole, built for the use of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company, and for other purposes, have been swept away or broken up. 2000 tone of coal for the English Company has disappeared, and the merchandise on the dock baa been com pletely ruined. The wheat mole, the ('hucointo mole, the property of the Muelle Darseua, and Melggs' mole are destroyed. The various timber yards, coal deposits and bathing establishments have been greatly damaged. The railroad run ning from the dock to the Chuooiiito has been compl...

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

VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMITIE3L.D, PiV., TUESDAY, MA.RCII IS, 1878. NO. 11. THE TIMES. & Independent Family Newspaper, 19 PUDI.I9HED EVERT TUK8IIAT BY F. MORTIMER & CO. IlIBICBIl'TIOK 1 It ICE, (WITHIN TnR COUNTY. One Yen- 1 2 Mix Months 75 (OUT OF Tn COUNTT. one Year, (Tostaefl Included) 11 N Six Months, (I'ostage Included) 8 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. HOW I BECAME A PARSON. HAVING noticed Unit young minis ters are made the pets of their con gations, and generally hove the choice of all the fat things there are going that they have the unqualified admira tion of the pastoral Hock, who vie with each other In working the prettiest slip pers, the most comfortable easy-chairs and foot-stools, the most significant and elaborate bookmarks that they come In always for a fat slice of desirable proper ty, In case any pious lady of the congre gation dies and leaves large legacies for "charitable purposes" that they al ways take the precedence In ...

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

Til 15 TIMES, NEW HL00MF1ELP, l'A., MAltCIl 12, 1878. Vows Made to bo Broken. CONCH,' DUD. "I WISH," said Belle lUount, as we came to the riverside, "that we could take a gall ; It would be delightful tills warm day." " Why can't we V" asked Annie Oi ler noli. " There's a boat." Of course everybody Immediately i lamored for a sail ; and Julian Ferrean, Tom Hevere, and myself were Instituted a committee to " Investigate" the boat, which lay rocking on the ripples Just u little out from the shore. It .proved to be ft great, hulking allklr, nearly as large as a whaler's boat,and half full of water. 'I'o add to Its unpromising appearance, there was but one pair of oars, and these not of the strongest. Also the craft was tpulte destitute of any steering appara tus. However, all the ladles were eager for a sail, and we, In our gallantry, de cided that these difficulties could be sur mounted. Ho we went manfully to work, ull the masculines of the party except l'hllllps, who utterly decline...

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

THE TIMES, NEAV BLOOMFIELT), PA MAIM '11 12, 1878. l-4f Tlio pcnetriitlng winds Incident to tbla canon of the year are a severe ordeal for the lungs. 1'he neglect of ft hard cough generally leads to a weakness of the lungs, which, not Infrequently, results In Consumption. Bchenck's I'tilmonlc Byrup wllf at once ro Here and loosen a tight cough, and Is such an agreeable remedy that children Trill take It without being coaxed. A cold on the lungs, If consumption Is not already developed, may be easily mastered by the use of the Pulmonic Syrup, together with Bchenck's Mandrake Fills to clear the system of the accumulated mucus. In more serious cases, where the disease has, become deeply seated, anp the patlont suffers from loss of appetite, weakness and emacia tion, Fchcnck's Boa Weed Tonic should be used In connection with the above mentioned remedies, to stimulate the appetite and bring the digestive powers Into healthy action, there by sustaining the strength of the patient and enab...

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

4: TIMES, NEW 1VL00MF1EL1), 1A., MARCH 12, 1878. THE TIMES. Ifew liloom field, March Vi, 1H7S. NOTICK TO ADVERTISERS. , Ho Out or Stereotype will he Inserted luthls l'rr unless ltKht fftoti sua ou meUl hue. rw-Twenty percent, m ntm of rcift ilr rstes, will ' tobtnred for advertisements mUu Double Column. NOTICR TO HIMISCIIIBERS. Look t the BVnres on His lsbel of vonr imt.er, Those tlKiirc tell vmi tlic'rinte lo which yonr suii rilplton Nimld. Within II weekjalter "'"""J.'" Mil, f If the date U clisuired. No other receipt tt necessary. OUR CIRCULATION. For the information 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. Death of Ben. F. Wade. Ex-Senator Benjamin F. Wade died at residence, in Jefferson, Ohio, at 0:30 on Saturday morning a week. Benjamin Franklin Wade was born in Springfield, Mass., October 27, 1800, and therefore at the time of his death was over 77 years of age. He wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW llLOOMEIKLl), PA', MARCH 12, 1878. THE TIMES. Iochl l)eph,i?tneit. TENNSYLVANIA S. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On ndafterJune35th, Trains muss follow t WEHTWA.1U). Way Mall Arc. Pass Tr'o Tr'u I EASTWARD. , J'nmMnll'Ati'.i Mffl. Ex. I Tr'u, Kx. Aeo. i'rihciivai, (Stations. A.M. P.M. P.M. 8. mi; 1 .80 II. HI) n.is: I w 'ill I.M S.M j.iis, a. is ITarrlwbnrfr, Hoikvlllo, MaryRvlllw, Dluiraunon. P.M l.no: s'.ii i.ti. 9.09 8.45 8.86 8.1 J 7.47 1M 7.16 700 6.40 S.33 6.16 T.W4 7. Ml 18. 63 7.80 10.M 9.81 Mil llnily's, 8.4:1 6.IU Nnwpnrt I.M 7.10 Mllleratown, 8.1! 7.9 i Tlinmpsont'n. 7.1. .m n.ai 12.23 6.64 6.4'J t.M 6.801 6. Ill' 11 III IMS: 1M B.-'i 7.4H Jui'Xic.n,... 8. 89! t.M 1 1'nrt ltoyal.. M.IO B.llA; H.0U I Miiinn, 11. in b. 06 p. li! 10.4X1 11.14 i.OO Lwintinvn J., 11.04. S .40 9.431 10.84 I.IK) 8,'il 10. ID t.v .8; 4.16 7. Hill S.M J. 20 6 60. 8.1S 9.50 .! a.m. r.M. r.M.I 1 . i.M t." 6.34 7.30j P.M.I A titlcrwoii fl, . . McVt'ytowu ,.. N Hamilton,. HunttiiKdon,..l Tvmuo, A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 March 1878

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MARCH 12, 1878. ,2 ' " h HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Wfllnvlta ftnmmmHcBtl.tDH fm?ti nil prrxnu whrt ir lntfippntod iu uiatl'r properly bflnuKlnK t tiits d partrafcut. " THE KANSAS PACIFIC." The Rocky Mountains and San Francisco. " The conches" on this rond are vastly more comfortable than " the street ears of Damascus)" as Mark Twain found them. In fact, we may glide over the sens of prairie with scarce a Jolt; we may settle down In a velvet cushion, hang our head out of the window and gaze at the most beautiful landscape Im aginable, and, without hyperbole, ex claim, nil the world's a form! all the world's a flower garden ! Traveling and and sight-seeing are plensnnt on a rond like this. The chance Is that after a trip over the Kansas raeifle Rond, you will want to spend your evenings In the city library reading up on natural his tory and determine to acquaint yourself with botany, so that you may more fully gratify your love for the beautiful when y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 March 1878

7 Professional Cnrds. ' JK. JUNKIN, Attorney t-T.w, , New Bloomtleld, Perryco., Pa. -Office Next door to the residence of Judge Jiinkin. fttl AM. MARKKI., Attorney-at-I.aw, . New Bloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. Ofllce directly opposite the Pott-OOlce, nd adjoining the Mansion House. T EW19 l'OTTElt, AT'l'OltNEY AT UW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY Cl.,rA. -Claim promptly secured collected Wrltlngsandall leal business carefully attend ed to. " y' TAMES II. FEUOI18ON, Mtffi$yfiw ) A. rome Market Street, near the Square. 856 CHARLES M. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New HloonitleUl, Perry Co. Pa. VOItlcewith 0. A. Barnett, Esq., on High Street, north side, nearly opposite the f "Mbyte rlaa Church. August 20, 187J. 11TM A.8PONSI.ER, Attorney-at-lJlw, W Office adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomneld, Pen j jjo.. Pa 88 ly JOHN (J. 8IIATTO, Burgeon Dentist . New Bloomtleld, Perryco., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the beat maimer, and at reasonable '''ivonic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 12 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1EL1), PA.. MAKCIl 12, 1878. A Sad Case. Tho Springfield " Republican" snya : Oovornor Itiee Is nuked to pntdon one O'Donnell, of Mill bury, from Cbni lestown, mid a gentleman who recently visited the Mtixto Prison thus tolls his story : Gen tlemen," snld the Warden, " I want to Wring before you one of the moRt remarka ble cases we have In the prison. We call him 'the man who never smiles,' and I wish before he comes in to tell you his story, lie seems to be a man of more than ordinary ability, one of the better class of substantial, frugttl Irish citizens, who owned a small place iu one of our manufacturing villages, where he resided with his family of grown-up sons and daughters, who are per manently employed and in comfortable cir oumstances. The old man had a fine gar den on which he bestowed his leisure hours, in a part of which was a fine lot of cab bages. It seems that the boys iu the neighborhood had a habit of trespassing on the old man's garden, until ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

VOL. XII. NEW I3LOOMFIEL33, TUESDAY, MARCH 15), 1878. NO. 12- THE TIMES.. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS FU13UBHBD EVERY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UU8U1I1PTI OJN 1 U I V K . (wrriim THE COUNTY. One Year tl 2 Six Months, 7S (Ol'T 0 THE COUNTY. One Year, (Pontage Included) II fo .Six Months. (Postage Included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I y Advertising rates furnished upon application. gelett 'Poctiy. LET BYGONES BE BYGONES. Let bygones be bygones; If bygones were clonded By aught thai occasioned a pang of regret, Oh, let them in darkest oblivion bo shrouded i 'Tis vrlse and 'tis kind to forgive and forget. Let bygones be bygones, and good bo extracted From ills over which It Is folly to fret The wisest of mortals have foolishly acted The kindest are those who forgive and forget. Let bygones be bygones; oh cherish no longer Tbe thought that the sun of affection has set: Eclipsed for a moment, Its rays will be stronger If you, like a Christian, forgive and forget. Let bygone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MF1EL1), PA., MAKCH 11), 1878. m-ring the gliTa nlinoat fainting romlU tlon. " Come In-doors, Busy." Jlcr nunt led lier Into the kitchen, and I ten, though a curious ns n kitten, knew enough about liornos to nee that the one he held must not be allowed to Ktand with' lils flunks reeking from re cent exercise ; so he led him oil' to the stable, and having fastened and covered Jhn well up, he returned to the house quickly as his legn could carry him. At thin moment all were utartled, as old Jerry came bungling Into the yard w ith a clattering, ungainly gulloi, etrlp ed of his usual accoutrements. lie tnade his own way to the stable; and .Hen, entering the kitchen, found Susan hitting by his grandfather In the chim ney corner, while she recounted the ad venture she had met with. " Hen was right, you Bee, and 1 did -meet a highwayman," she said, as her spirits began to return. "But I am so grieved to have lot your money." " What does It matter, so long as you ure caf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

THE TIMKS, NHW BL00MF1KL1), 1A., MAIM H 15), 1878. tff Tho penetrating winds Incident to tills season of the year arc a severe ordoal for the lungs. The neglect of a hard cough generally load) to a weakness of the lungs, which, not Infrequently, remits In Consumption. Bulienck't Pulmonic Byrup will at once re lieve and loosen a tight cough, and la such an agreeable remedy that children will take It without being coaxed. A cold on the lnugs, If consumption la not already doveloped, may be easily mastered by the use of the Pulmonic, Syrup, together with Bchonek's Mandrake Pills to clear the system of the accumulated mucus. Iu moro serious cases, whore the dlieaso has become deeply seated, Blip the patient suffers from loss of appetite, weakness and emacia tion, Pchonck's Sea Weed Tonle should be used In connection with tho above mentioned remedies, to stimulate tho appetite and bring the digestive powers Into healthy action, there by sustaining the strength of tho patient and enabling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 19 March 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA, JIAltCll 111, 1878. THE TIMES. JVeuf liloomfleld, March lit, 1S7&. NOTICK TO AIIVEUTlSKHSi. Nn Cut or merentypa will h Inserted In tills paper BnlMi Unlit face and on mntsl bun. . tir-TwRnty per cent, in purees of rcirulitr rotes, will v.eoharKeil for advertisements set In ltouble Column. NOTICK TO HUllM'ltinERl. Look it thn flmircs on thn Inhfl of X"t t'sper.-ThoM-ilunrpii tll von thn (Intern n lilcli yniirsuli- rrlpllon In nnlil. Within ;ik in;r " out, hob If the duto la chained. No otl"r f"'l' II necessst-v. OUR CIRCULATION. For the Information 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. Many persons are not aware that there are eight United States mints In this country, located as follows : Phila delphia ; Charlotte, North Carolina; Dablonega, Georgia ; Han Francisco, Canon City, Denver, Dallas City, Ore gon and New Orleans. Borne of them c...

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