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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

israns 6 VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, APEIL 0, 1878. NO. 15. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED BTKRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UB8CUIPTION THICK. (WITItlW THE COUNTT. One Year 1 8lx Months 75 (OUT OF THE COUWTT. One Year. (Pontage Included) (1 SO Six Months, (Postage iucludeii) , 85 Invariably iu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appll- cation. $eledt Poetry. SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. The woman was old and ragged and gray And bent with the chill of the winter's da; : The street was wet with a recent snow, And the woman's feet were aged and slow. She stood at the crossing, and waited long, Alone, nncared for, amid the throng Of human beings who passed her by, Nor heeded the glance of her anxious eye. Down the street, with laughter and shout, Glad in the freedom of "school let out," Came the boys, like a flock of sheep, Hailing the snow piled white and deep. Fast the woman so old and gray Hastened the children on their way, Nor offered a helping ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

o THE TIMES, NEAV 1JL00M FIELD, PA.; APRIL ,), 1878. WASHING A LOVER. AltAlNY day lu the country ! Drip, drip 1 Bounded the water In the barrel under the eaves ; patter, patter I t inkled down the raindrops upon the leaves of the seryngaa and lilac bushes; mid Ijiiey Darl, Bitting at the window, Iter round chin resting In her hands, Htid her eyes fixed dreamily on the Moods, half hidden In vapory mists, began to feel the least bit In the world to red. An open letter lay In her lap a letter to which Mie referred every now and then, with a pretty, half-puzzled con. traction of her brows. - "Wash and wear!" she repeated to livreelf. "I wonder what Aunt Judith means? 'She hopes that whichever of my suitors I may elect to prefer will wash and wear.' Upon my word, that U likening the lords of creation to a pattern of calico, or a glnghan sun-bonnet!" And Lucy laughed a little a very be coming process, which brought out the . dimples around her cherry lips, and the dewy eparkles under her ...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

"""V TIIK TIMES, NEAV BL00MF1KLT), 1A., AIM ML J), 1878. a l if A tlintily dose of Bchenek'e Mandrake 1111 8 Is sure to prevent nn attack of biliousness when a short neglect of the warning symp toms may develop a serious case of fever, either billons, Intermittent or typhoid. Bchenck'a Mandrake l'llls remove all causes of biliousness, prompt'. y start the secretions of the liver, and give a healthy tone to the entire system. It Is no ordinary discovery In medical science to have found a harmless cure for this stubborn complaint, which accomplishes all the results heretofore produced by a free use of calomel, a mineral Justly dreaded by mankind, and acknowledged to be destructive In the ex treme to tho human system. That the proper ties of cortaln vegetables comprise all the vir tues of calomel without Its Injurious qualities, Is now an admitted fact, rendered Indisputable by scientific tests. Those who use tho Man drake Pills will be fully satisfied that the best medicines are those...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIEM), l'A.. Al'ltll. I), 1878. THE TIMES. New llloomfieUl, April 0, 18TS. NOTICK TO ADVKUT1SEKM. Wo Out nr Rtrrentvpe will hp Inserted In this paper nuless llicht lace sud mi mtal bane. tWTwmty pfr rmit. in mcphu of rpmilsr rl, will tohnrvedforatlvirtiiMiuentn BHtiu IoutleOtUiniu. MITK'K TO HUMNCKIBEIIM. I, noli at. Ilia figures on the lslwl of your iaiM Thonilifur.'K l-U von llm date In which jronr sub scription Is paid. Within 1 w-wsk; iim money 1" sin, si-b If the dale la changed. No other receipt ia ueoeaaarv. 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 N INK TEEN IIUNDItED copies. Direct Vote for President. Washington, April 6. The house committee on the revision of the laws regulating the counting of electoral votes for Tresldent and Vice President, at a meeting held last night, agreed to prop ositions providing for the election of Presiden...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

TUB TIMES, NEW 11L00MFIEL1), PA., APRIL , 1878. THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. H.-UICSLS DIVISION. On and after Jmie95tli, Trains rant follows i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. WsyiMiiil Aon. Pans Tr'u,Tr'u Principal Btationh. I, J'lWiMalllAtl'.l Mffl. Ei. rr'n ti. a en. P.W.lP. W. 1.80, n.au .4: ft. 4(1 l.sa t.M 1.00 win l.st 6.4o t.t t.M 8.66! 7.1(1 .OH t.n T.4D1 8. J.M1 I. Hoi S.00 4.001 i I P.M. P.M. P.M 8. IS 10.K t.wi rmi! A. M. K.00 S44 8 116 HI 147 I.DJ 7. ID 7.00 6.40 en.) it. mi tuaj tlarrlsbnrff, ll.H'krllln, Marysvtlle, llum-tuinnu, Ilntly'R owxirt, Mllleratowii, Thompsout'n. Meitco,. . Port llnyaf.... Mlim ' LpwIMown J.. i l.ftl sat II. u 1I.M 7. mi 10. so' S.IW' 7.00 .IM 0.20 t.M t.M; .49 e.wi S.IH fl III V.iW 9.4S H. M I O.HI 10.42 1114 11.40 12.20 I. 15 1.6ft ! ll. n H i1 Me i 11.04, t.40i .9 Hi S.SUl V ft fwl I .r! 4.5'i ft. so' 6.B4 t.eo . Andirwm's,... if MiiVyMwn,... ;. N. Hamilton, . I Hntitliivdou,.. i T vrone Altnoua 10. B4 i.3 10.10' 4.471 II .;: 4. IK MW1 6. HO 8 .2' 6.601 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW liLOOMllKLl), TA.', AVltlL J), 1878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. WbIhtHb cmnitintt odium from nil ternn tu are Interpsti-d 111 nmlU'l'l properly bt'lnliKiUK to till tie psrtiuMit. Preparation of Bones for use as Manure. l'lrtoe In a wooden trough, or tub, the bones, broken Into ns snmll pieces hs posMble, rind pour upon tliem one-tlitnl of tlielr weight of boiling water, and having steamed the nrnss so ns to render the bones completely moist, awl one third of the weight of the bones sul phuric acid and common vitriol of the bleacher, and mix the materials com pletely, by stirring them, by means of a wooden shovel or old spade. The mix ture may be conveniently made In an old sugar hogshead, and should be allow ed to remain some weeks previous to be ing UHxl. It may be mixed, If necessary, with dry peat, mould, or real charcoal, or with sawdust; but lime should not be added to it. By carefully following these directions, the farmer may obtain a compound of high fertilizing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

THE TIMKS, NEW BL00MF1ELD, 1A., AV1UI. il, 187b. i Profession nl Cards. JK. JUNK1N, Attorney at Law, . Now Hlootnileld, Perry co., Pa. -Office Next door to the residence of Judge JuuKlii. 6" M. MAKKKL, Attorney. at-Law, New liinoinneiu, renycoiinvy, i ,-" Office directly opposite the Pont-OOlce, Ad adjolulng the Mansion House. TKWW l'Ol'lKU, ATTOUN E Y AT LAW. NEW 11 LOOM FIELD, PlillllY CO..TA. ' Clalm promptly secured ' Collected Writings aud all Usual buHlutiiw carefully attend. l to. . . . TAMES UrrKnOtBONrAttoriiaW.ai. aw-onice M arkct Btreet, near the Square. 35 a ClIAU LK8 tl, KM I L K Y, Attorney at Iw. , f New llloomtleld, Perry Co. Pa. Oltlcewlth 0. A. Barnett. Esq., m Hlpti itreet, north side, nearly opposite the fresbyle. rlanCuurch. August ao, l7il. ITTmTa. HPONHLEK, Attorney-at-I-aw, V Onice adJotnliiR his residence, od East Main street, New muomneld, Terry co.. Pa. 8 i ly JOHN O. BIIATTO, Burneon Dentist. New Bloomlleld, Perryeo., Pk. All kinds ot Mechanical and BurBl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 9 April 1878

THE T1MKS, NEW llLOOM FIELD, 1A., Al'ML 0, 1878. A Strange Tradition. Among the Seminole Indiana there in ft singular tradition the white man'a origin and suiioiloiity. The; aay where tlife Great Hplrlt made the earth he also made three men, all of whom wore falr-complexlonod, and that after making them he led them to the margin of a amatl lake, and bade them leap in and wash. One obeyed, and name out purer and fairer than before ; the necond hesitated a moment, during which time the water, agitated by the first, had become muddled, and when be bathed, he came up copper-colored j the third did not leap until the water became blaok with mud, and be came out with bis own color. Then the Great Spirit laid before them three packages, and out of pity for his mis fortunes in color, gave the black man the first choice. He took hold of each of the packages, and having felt the weight chose the heaviest; the copper colored mau chose the next heaviest, having the white man the lightest. When ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, IJA.., TUESDAY, .A.rIlII, 10, 1878. NO. 16. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, a PUBLISHED BVEKY TCISDAT BY F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 Jl'BSClllPTIOS 1' II I C' K , (WITHI tnR COURT V. One Year Ill 2 six Months, 75 (OI T OF THB COUSTT. one Year, (Postage included) il 0 Mx Months, (Tost age Included) HS Invariably lu Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon application. FISHING FOR A HUSBAND. rruIEKK, Sarah, that wilt do. No X no stop ! Why, you careless creature, you've left a blotch as big as a dollar on my left cheek. O, what a frightful object. Now fix it as it shoukl be. Look in the glass and see your own cheeks. There ; now I want mine some thing like that. Do you understand " " Yes, ma'am." ' Then hnrry about it." Lovina Gilbert sat down again in her chair, and Sarah Pabor took the rouge u'up and began to remodel the offensive cheek. There was a chance for study in chose two girls. It may be an " old story," bui it is, nevertheless, a true one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW 1JL00MF1EL1), PA.. A1MUL 10, 1878. no irtlcular deflre nt the present time. u Ah, then there Is some mistake. Allan Tabor told me that you wished to me." "O, the Infernal, lying Jade!" ex claimed Lovlna, totally unable to con tain herself. Heavens 1 how Oliver Lincoln started s he heard that voice and those words. Ife gazed up Into Lovlna's face, and he could hardly realize that she was the tf.tmo person with whom he had been conversing. Those features, that had looked so beautiful, were all passion w rought, and looked demoniac In their expression. In an Instant she saw the f!'ect she had produced, and thinking that the quickest method of undoing the mischief would be to awaken sympathy In her behalf, she moved to a conveni ent place and then fainted. "Stop, stop," said Walter, as Oliver started towards the protrate girl," she Is mod to that sort of thing. I'll ring for hor maid." And suiting the action to the word he gave the bell-cord a hard pull. In a few moments ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00ME1ELT), PA:, APRIL 10, 1878. 8 tST A timely dose of Schcnck's Mandrake rills Is sure to prevent an attack of biliousness when a iliort neglect of the warning symp. toms may develop a serious case of fever, either billons, Intermittent or typhoid. Bchenck's Mandrake 1'llls remove all causes of biliousness, promptly start the secretions of the liver, and give a healthy tone to the entlro system . II Is no ordinary discovery In medical science to have found a harmless cure for this stubborn complaint, which accomplishes all the results heretofore produced by a free use of calomel, a mineral Justly dreaded by mankind, and acknowledged to be destructive In the ex treme to the human system. That the proper ties of certain vegetables comprise all the vir tues of calomel without Its Injurious qualities, Is now an admitted fact, rendered Indisputable by scientific tests. Those who use the Man drake Pills will be fully satisfied that the best medicines are those provided b...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFI15LD, PA., APIUL 1(1, 1878. THE TIMES. New Itloomfleld, April i, 1S7S. NOTIC'K TO ADVEHTISKltS. No Rut or Htcrentyr will be Inserted iutlits ier aniens Its-lit face ami uu metal bane. SWTwmity twr cent, in Alness of l-emiliir rates, will tohsrned fur advertisements net lu UonliluOolunm. KOTICB TO Hl'llSClttllEltH. Look t the nirures on the lnbel of your vi",-ThiHH'iiiciir-li!l von Hiii (lutein which your mi 1; srrlpltonlsnnlil. Within a week" alter '" mint, see If the date la cbaiweil. No other reoeU't ia 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. Wm. M. Twef.d, well-known as the great ring thief of New York, died in Ludlow street Jail, In that city, on Fri day last. His death came from heart disease. A itn.i. has been passed dividing the county of Luzerne. The new county Is to be called Lackawama amr Heranto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

THE T1MKS, NEW IIUXMU'IKLD, -PA., APRIL Hi, 1878. THE TIMES. fSUSSYLVANIA B. B.-1MDLE DIVISION. On and rtf -1 uiip sft h, Trains ruu u fullnwa i WEHTWAUD. Way Mull Aec. i PiuncipaIj Psm Tr'u Tr'u j Hiationk. a.m. p.m. p.m. ! EASTWARD. , J'ns iMnlllAtl. Mftl. Aoc. a.M. D.IIO 8 45 8.35 8 u 747 7.H-2 7ie 7.IKI mo : (U5 Xr'li fcx. . P.M s.uu! i.m it.u narrinmrif, l.ai s'.lj iii.oi s.13. .4:1! 1.4H HiH'kvlllH. T.tWl J. Ml I 8.31 i H 1 Ml Murtuvlllo. (US I H.04 f an Pill .4H .(Kl 6. Ill Ullliranuoo, '13.63 T.Hll 10.9(1 7.11 I e si . a hi i a 4i i iiiiiv'n 1.43! 8.66 Newport I 13.33 8. Ml 7. Ill MlllerNttiwn, S IK 7.34 Tlminpsnlll'll. 8.3.lj 7.4H 1 Menlen... ...... a -To! it no . i.ii. ll.ivul g.43 I).I10 Dill S.M a. ml III. tu Is. A.IHI , Mlirllll I II M 6.06 'll' 4.IMI J.I'WlSli'Wn J.. 11.04 o.vt O.V t AiHlermni',...' 1 . 4l.tTl .MuV'twn,..i M.M .W . Itl I V a..tlU.ili l 10 10 4 471 11 14 11.40 8 .HO HiMillim(lim,..H K.R7 4.16 M! .;. , Tyrone ! 8.60 .;. 6.(H .ai' Altoonu .!. 3.6" P.M.i "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

0 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite cnmmmilrsllnna Trom nil person who sre Interested lu mutUti'M properly ut-lmncliiK to tntt department. Wasto of Woodland. In most long Bottled portions of the country the wood lot la mostly of little practical profit. It furnishes yearly what fuel Is needed for the family, hut It does this hy diminishing the nmount of wood rather than hy taking the In crease. In fact the growth of wood on a partly cleared lot Is of the smallest Im portance. It Is an Investment lying idle and without Interest ready to he drawn upon at any time, hut sure sooner or later to he exhausted. It used to he the practice In some states to exempt from taxation all unfenced woodlands; hut this rule has long since hcen done away with. It scarcely needs argument to prove that such unproductive lands should he cleared and put to some profi table use. It may pay In some localities to replant su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., Al'lllL 10, 1878. FroioBHlonal Cards. JR. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law, ( New llluomttflUl, Perry Co., Fa, r Office Next door to the residence ot Judge Juukln. 4611 AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law, New Hbiomlleld, Perry onunty, Pa. Office directly opposite the Post-OOlce, and adjoining the Mansion Home. T EW19 rOTTKIl, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO., PA. r Claims promptly secured colleoted Wrltliigsandafi legal business carefullyattend. ea 10. dilyl JAMES II. FKHUTjBON, Attorney-at-Law, NEWPORT, PA. srOfnce Market Street, near the Square. 856 HARLES hThMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Uloomlleld, Porry Co. Pa. .Office with 0. A. Harnett. Esq., on IIIkIi Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte tlan Church. August 20,1872. HTM. A.8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, V Olllee adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Uloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa 3 2 ly JOHN O.BIIATTO, Surgeon Dentist, New llloomlleld,Perryco.,Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical De...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 16 April 1878

THK T1MK8, N15W ULOOMllttLl), PA.. A Pill L 16, 1878. An Old Bank Deposit. Twenty-seven years ago a Indy now liv ing lu Nashville, Tenn., deposited $100 in it snvlngs bonk In Phllnlelplil(i,and had the amount regularly entered In a bank pass I'tMik. She subsequently lout the pass-book, mid believing that she could not draw the money In consequence of the absenoe of this evidence of her deposit, never agaiu wput to tbo bank. In looking over some old papers not long since the book was found, and efforts were made to find out whether any of her klnspeople were yet living, but this proved unsuccessful. At Hut she was traced to Nashville. Letters were accordingly written to her, and she was Informed that if she would send a power of attorney to the hank she would receive In return the f 100 principal and and the accumulated interest- $327. Hue did as directed, and was the happy recipient f an order for f 327 and a few cents. The Indy is now verging on seventy years of Burning of Insane P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 April 1878

9 B'B ' Cis?; VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, !PA.., TXJES3DA.Y, A.IHIL 23, 1878. NO. 17. -v max m i ,i THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, IS rUBLISIIKD EVERT TUBSIUT BT F. MOltTIMEIl & (JO. ll'DSCBIl'TIOK P It I C K . (WITUtM THE COUNTT. One Year 1 .Six Months, 75 (Ol'T OP THB COUNTT. One Year, (PostaRB Included) II PO Hlx Months, (Postage Included) Bo Invariably lu Advance I 'Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For The Kloomlleld TlniM. AFFAIRS D'AMOUR. " 8TUTT0ABT." Love your sweetheart as yourself, Thus all lovers teacheth, To own one another's hearts, It is that For which they often prayeth. She who with cap, whip and gloves, In the bright morning hours, Bides along merrily here and there, Looking as sweet as Spring flowers. Love your sweetheart as yourself, Winsome, black-eyed Mary, Rosy cheeks and dark brown hair, Dimpled, pink and pearly. Oft I have wondered deep in my heart, Is she but an intriguer, And then again I said to myself, No, no, I'm but a "fatlg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 April 1878

vMMUb Till: TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., APltlL 23, 1878. ler w ith Niun J" Ho lionest, and tmy Just what you think." 'Yes." . " Dravo ! that Is what I wanted to come at. And now I have a secret to tell you, and you must break It to her." Mrs. Cobb looked seared. "What Is It 1"' ; "I want you to go and see her, and ay to her : Maria' What makes you MtartsoV" " Nothing, only you pprnk so like one I used to know." "Do IV Well, take the rest of the message. " Tell her that Sam loved her through the whole; that Is, when he heard she was free he began to work hard at making a fortune ; he has got It and he Is coining to share It with her, If he will let him. Will you tell her h1sV" The widow did not not answer. Hlie freed her hand from his, and covered her face with It. By and by she looked up iigaln. He was waiting patiently." "Well?" t will tell her." He rose from his Beat and walked up and down the room. Then he came back, and, leaning on the mantel-piece, stroked the yellow hair of B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW 1UA)0M FIELD, PA., APRIL 23, 1878. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PA88ENGEU TRAINS. ovrmlicr 5th, 1877. I KAIN9 LEAVE II ARUlsmjIld A8 FOLLOWS For New York, at S.20, 8.1C a. m. 2.nop. in., and 7.M l. m. Kor l'hlhidcliililu, at 5.20. MO, 0.45 a.m. a n.1 3.S7 r. m. . Kor landing, at ft,20, 8.10,0.43 a.m. and 2.00 :i.S7anil7.r.5. For l'ottsvllle at 5.20. S.10 a. in., mid 8.r7 p. in., and vln Schuylkill and Busiiiieliamia Bvanoh at 2.40 p. m. Kor Auburn via . & 8. Ilr. at 5.10 a. rn. For Allentown, at 5.20, 8.lua. in., and at 2.00, 8.57 and 7.65 p. in. . . , The 5.20, 8 .10 a. m., 3.57 and 7.55 p. in., trains have tlnouitli oars tor New York. The 5.20, 8.10 a. m.. and 2.m p.m., trains huve tin outjli cars for Khiltuli'lplila. SUNDAYS s For New York, at 6.20 a. in. Kor Allentown and Way Stations at 5.2na. in. Kor Heading, l'liiliidelulila and Way dtulluusat 1.45 p. m. TBAINS FOR II.VRIUSm iiR, I.F.AVE AS 101. LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 April 1878

THE TIMES, NEW nLOOMElELD, PA.. APRIL 23, 1878. THE TIMES. JTew Bloom field, April 'Hi, lSTfi. NOTICK TO ADVEHTISKUS. No On or Stereotyp will lie Inserted In thli raper unless llKht face sml on metal bane. W-Twenty per rent, in eii-ess of reirnlsr rntes, will eohrKeu lor advertisements settu Kmitile Column. 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. New York, April 22. President Or ton of W. U. Telegraph Co., died this morning at 7 a. m., of Apoplexy. Governor Hartranft has signed the Philadelphia Kecordqr bill and sent it to the Legislature. He has also sent to the Senate the nomination of M. B. iuay, at present Secretary of the Com monwealth, to be Recorder of Philadel phia for the term of ten years. The U. S. Benate has passed the bill repealing the Bankrupt act and it is thought there will be no danger but what tfee House will concur. It...

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