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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

liw I I -? r VOL. XII. . N"3LAV BLOOMIf 1151,13, l-A., TU3S8DA.Y, MAV 1 1, 1878. NO. 20. THE TIMES. la Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLWllltD SVEHT Tl'RStlAT BT F. MOltTlMKll & CO. H V H 8 V H I I T I O -N V H I I! R . (WITHIN TIIK COUNTY. One Yoar l 2 fctxMunth , Tit (OI'T r Tn COt'NTT. uo Year, (l'nitK IiioIixIimI) II Nl !t. Mouths, d'ontaKR tilt'lutlvil ) H,ri Invariably In Advance I Advertising rutei tuniiilieil upon aepll- ration. JUDGE NOT BY APPEARANCE IN TIIK WOODH forming what ro mill n r of (ho forest of Ardennes, about a mile from a small village called Solcnthal, a narrow path lends from n high rond to a spot unco occupied by charcoal burners, but now abandoned. In this wan a Biiinll hut, of wretched HHK',t, one of millions In France, where glitter and glory hide misery worse (linn that of Ireland In her worst days, where sound and show conceal from us 1(I,(MHI,. ( 00 of paupers. It was occupied by two women and a largo dog. At the moment when our narrative comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MEIEL1), PA., MAY 14, 1878. . M For Tb IHnonifMd TIrm. A SINGULAR FRAUD. COXCMJDEI). II7K were married muohngnlnstiier YY father's Inclination. From tbe Mint lie guessed my motlves,and dlstrust d me to the last, lie made hla will In such manner that I could never obtain on Heflsion of hbt daughter' property, if such had been my deal re though it never was. I was satisfied to have con troltf the income, which amply aup 4lied Okw wants ; leslde, the business in whlou he etalillHhd nie, began to prosper andipay me well. Indeed, by jtrudent speculation, I now possess enough to buy the Farrell estate twine .over. But I was still a poor man when iie died. Lillian and I lived in perfect unison. Hhe was not without her faults, the trivial ones of a spoilt child, but I was patient, never exacting, for her heart was kind and good and she loved me tendorly. The birth of our child cemented our union with endearing lionds. Then came the clouds of sorrow after ali this sunshine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. MAY M, L878. ii RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R ARRANGEMENT OF PAB8F.NGERTRAINB, November 1877. TRAINS LEAVE HAKKI8BUHO A8 FOLLOWS For New York. at 8.20, 8.10 . m. fcOOp. m., and 7.6ft p. m. For Philadelphia, at 8.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. and 3.67 p. in. , For Reading, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 3.67 and 7. M. . . j . .. For Pottsvllle at 8.20, 8.10 a. m.. and S.B7 6, m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via 8. ft B. Br. at 5.10 a. m. For Allentown, at S.iit), 8.10a. in., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.68 p. m. ..... . , The 6.20, 8.10 a. m., 3.57 and 7.55 p. m., trains have through cars for New York. The 8.20, 8.10a.m.. and 2.00 p.m.. trains have through cars tor Philadelphia. BUNDAYR : For New York, at 5.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way stations at 8.20a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way tltationsat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARRlsnURG, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWS ! , Leave New York, at 8.4ft a. in., 1.00, 5.30 and 7.45 p. m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

TllU TIMliS.NHW BLOOMFlKLl), l'A.. MAY 11, 1878. THE TIMES. 'New Uloom field, May J4, 1878. NOTICE TO ADVBUT18EHS. Ho Onl or Stn-oyp will b Inserted In this pier Qnlms hxlit face aud ou metal base. ITwdntvri"'' in www of rii1tr rt". will iclumtedfor idvertliwnicutJ Mttn Double Column. NOTICE TO HUni:HIBEItS. I.ook at the flKiiroa on the Inbol of ronr paper. ThBnnifurctcll vmi tlin dnti! to which yniirenb Rrlptlnnlannld. within wk """"V". aent, ee If the data la uhaiiKnl. No other receipt ta oeoeeaarr. Civil Service Reform Nonsense. What a vast amount of nonsense there ft written about taking civil service out of politics as if there could be any such thing as civil service without politics. What Is wanted is the nomination of honest men who will purify politics and reform civil service at the same time. Reform must be begun in the caucus, by the people, and enforced at theballot box. The Florida Count. Washington, May 7. Representa tive Springer, of Illinois, is now carry ing around...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

THE TIMES, 1 NEW BLOOM FIELI), PA. MA? 11, 1878. G . THE TIMES. Lo&tl (l)ei,.utiiei)t. PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-lIUDLE DIVISION On and after J uneWtli, Trains run as follows i WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Way Mali Ace. Pin Tr'n Tr'n 1'RtNClPAL ' Htations. I J'nn M sill AH'. Mm. A 00. 4. K. P.M. P.M. A.M. mo 845 sus B.12 7.47 7..13 716 7 00 (.40 B.WJi l.SUI i) ttarrlaburir, ItiH'kvllle, Maryaville, Iiimcauuou, Bslly'a Newport, Mllleratown, Thnmitsout'n P.M l.su B. If. 10.66, S.UI 1.4.1 5. 1 M t.to l, S III 7.691 0 Si 7.1 Nil S.84 t.lH 9.J0 S.SS 18.63 7. HO 10.10 7li M.M .M: .M I 81 S.40 a. 431 6. Ml t.M 7.10 0.49 0.H0 0.16 6 10 8.2H! 7.4 I Mexico,...,... 8.89 T.M t J'ort Royal..., 9.M 0 Im .J6 10.10 B.Hft h.uu Minim II. W 0.06 .10 10.43 1.110; i I.ewlMtOWll J., 11.04 6. . 10. M B.(W I.S' I' Anderson's,... Mr.Wvtown... 11.14 11 40 11.3(1 I! 1.S7I 4. Si S.1KI .M. 7. II N. Hamilton,. ! j HutitiUKdon,.. I 1 1 10.10 .47 0.87 4.1S 7.IW! 8.50 8.26 0 501 i. .1 p.io a.w o.id I A.M. P.M., P.M.I r.H. P.M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 1 J, 1878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite enmronnlratloiis from nil tron who ar lntnrestcd In matters properly belonKiiiK to Hub ae partraHit. To Seare Crows from Corn Fields. Ve helped a friend set ft crow trap the other day In the middle of his corn field. We used an ordinary steel trap, and baited it with a hen's egg. Boda were -nlled n n about a foothlch, with a hollow JllaUV JU 1.11 C llUlivi w uuaavti v-- trance on one side. In this entrance was placed the trap, and the egg was laid In the middle of the clump of sods, so his crowHhlp could not reach it with out treading on the trap. Of course the trap, and the chain which held it, were all covered from sight with dirt. The crow, upon entering the field, spies something that looks like a nest, and he, being fond of eggs, soon has a whetted appetite, and is not long in planting a foot right into the trap and he is caught. His cries soon bring all the crows for miles to see what the matter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAY .14,1878.: Professional Cards. JE. JUNK.IN. Attorney-at-I,aw, t New Bloomlleld, Perry eo., Pa. -omoe Next door to the residence of Judge Juukiu. jj , . r lb" AM. MARKEI Attorney at l.aw, T a New ltloomMeld, Perry county, Pa. Office directly opposite the Post-0 lBce, and adjoining the Mansion House. --lEWla POTTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA. CI dims promptly secured collected Writings and ed to. all legal bu business carefully attend- as yi CHARLE8 H. BMILRV, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. .Offloewltb 0. A. Bainett. Esq., on HlRh Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte rlaa Church. , ; , August 20.1872. Tin. A. BPONSLEH, Attorney-at-Law, W Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East Mainstreet, New Bloomlleld. Perry co., Pa. 88 ly JOHN O. SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist, New Bloomfleld, Perry CO., Pa. All kinds Of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable ivOffice at his residence...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 14 May 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA'.. MAY 14 1878. Riot in North Carolina. WtxitoN, N. C, May 8. -"" The election of Town Commissioners' was the occasion of ft serious i tot here this morning between whites nud negroes. Both races had can didates tn the field' and great excitement lirevailed. About ten o'clock the Hot be gan, and clubs, knives and pistols were frpoly used. Quite a number of persons were shot, out and bruised. One man, a nogro, was killed, and the injuries of sev eral others are legardcd as dangerous. A military company was telegraphed for to Norfolk, as the indications of a fresh out-, lrek were imminent. The presence of the Virginia military on the other side of the river exercised a beneficent effect., and at last accounts the town was quiet. . .- - The Fall River Failures. ( . l'Ai.i. River, May C The sudden stop page of the bankrupt mills his caused a decrease of about 15,000 pieces of print cloths per week, which has bad the effect of quickening and improving the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

VOL. XII. NEW T3LOOMFI1SL13, 1JA.., TU3S8DA.Y, MA."V SI, 187H. NO. 21. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUnUBHSD BVBHT TUIStHY HT F. MOltTlMElt & (X). 0 I UB8V UIP1IU N I 11 I C K . (WITHIN TUB t'OUNTT. One Year l 2 Blx Months, 73 (OVT OF Tn t'OUNTT. One Year, (Postair Innluripd) II W Mix Months, (Pontage Included) K Invariably lu Advanoe I -Advertising rate furnished upon application. gelciit fPocli'y. HOPE. Hope ii llfo, and we who living Having no hope, are a the dead, Who In gloomy gravts are Bleeping, While the sun shines bright o'er head 'Tls the souree of all ambition , 'Tie the life of every scheme, In It we see the future Of every prospect, every dream. Hope will cheer the broken-hearted, Soothing sorrow, curing pain, 'Tls the star of friends when parted, For In it they meet again. It Is that which makes the future Seem a pathway bright and fair Lifting oft poor weary mortals From the depths of woo and care. Hope Is God's great gift from Heaven ! Radiance ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

T11H TIMES, NEW 11L00M FIELD, PA.. MAY 1878. u lint you liitve fluked Bonmcli to imiubpsh und follow mo." " 1 will follow you wllh plonsure," xalJ I , " If It were tlio world over;" for tlia Inorcnsliig light Hhowed me a lovely u omit ure na ever the buii slioue upon ; 'but an for tlio silver, you must excuse me there; I never stole anything before, :ind please Heaven I never will agnln." " Hurely you are an extraordinary per noli," snld the young lady suddenly, for the light seemed to bring a revelation likewise ;" you neither look nor talk like a robber.'' " Nor am 1. I am not even a robber -t am nothing and have not property in the world to the value of these arti cles of plate." "Then, If you are not robber, why miv you here t Why creep In at the area window, appropriate other people's hpoous, and get looked up all night In heir house V" " For no other reason than that I was hi a hurry. I had come home from tinrcelona, and was going to my gunr dlnn's next door,when your unfortun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

TH14 TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIKLD, PA. MAY 21, 1878. RAILROAD8, PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGKMKNTOF l'ASRKNGKK TKAINB. nay 12th, 1N7N. f HA1NB l.KAVli II AltlUHItUlKI AS FOLLOWS For Now York, at B.2(l, (U( a. in. 2.(mp. in., mill 1M . m. For riillailellilH, at .2ti. fl. 10, 9.4ft a.m. a ntl 3.67 i. in. For Itcaillug, at B.2U, .10, .4da. iii. and 2.W .1.57 mill 7.M. . . For I'ollsvllle at n.2n. a. in a. in., and .7 i. in., anil via Hnhuylkll) anil HiiHtiiehaniia brunch at 9.40 p. m. For Aulmrn via H. S H. llr. at Oil a. m. Kir Alleiitiiwn.at6.20, H.IUa. In., and at 2,(K), l.r7 and 7M p. m. . . , , Ilia .2o. 8.10 a.m., nnd 7.M p. m., train liave tlii'oniili car for New York. The fi.20, a. m.. and a.oo p.m., train nave throiiKh cur for I'liiliidclphlii. HtlNDAYH t For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allclitiiwn iiml W'ny Htiitltnn at M'lta. in. For Heading-, riillailclnlila Biid Way atatlonnat 1.45 p. in. TKAINH FOIt II A llHISimiMf, I.KA VK AB VOL I.IIWH i ' Leave New York, at MA a. m.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

THE TIMKS, NKW HI.0OMF1M.1), l'A.. MAY 21, 1878. THE TIMES. tfew Jtlootn field, Stay XI, 1878. NOT1CK TO ADVKHT18KHS. No Cut orStwotype will l 1m rtwl In this pup" anlMH Ilirlit fe and ou mUI lap. trtmrniy ptTccnt. in nnmm nf ri-iriiliir ;, will iohwilfnrlviirtliiiiPUU net In liniilu-Column. NOTICE TO mniC!IUBKKM. I.nnk t tho fliriirpa nn th lnWl of Tour pmwr. rhcclliiirrUOI vim I lm dnl I" wlilcli rM"' rrlllnn 'nlrf. Within WW" lf;r """' ant, p If tho date la cbaiiKwl. Nn other roilp la DdoMiaarr. A rmr.ADKi.pitiA Jrnv were kept together eleven days trying to agree on a verdict. They then agreed to disagree and were discharged. It wan a ease where ten obstinate men could not be brought to terms by the other two. ' An attempt was made on Monday of last week to shoot the Emperor of tier many while he was riding In the street. Three shots were fired at him, but none of them did any damage. The would be murderer was arrested, and for a time the excitement in Berlin was very groat. Bitm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. MAY 21, 1878. 5 A THE TIMES. PENNSYLVANIA B. R. MIDDLE DIVISION. On aud after June 19th, Trains run folio wt i WEHTWAItD. EA8TWAKD. win Mail, Are. Principal Btationa. J'nMall;Atl'. Ex. Tr'n Ex. Mffl. A oo. fin Tr'u Tl'U P.M P.M. I l.ao 8.48 8.68 8.18 6.40 8.M 7.1(1 7.W 7.4H T.IU 8.00 I I A.M. 8.(10 8.46 8 85 8.13 7.47 7.K3 7.18 7.00 6.40 6.HII 6.36 B.uo 8.U 1.80 j 4.1 l.M Hirrisbnnr, Itockville, JilarynvlIlK, uuralluou. Bully' Newport, Mlllerotown, 'riimniisout'n.. Meiliro,.. ...... Port Hoyl.... Mimin 1.90 8.18 10.841 7.SH 7.60 ssi ess 11.83 11.93 7.80 10.30 7.06. 6 64 .M 8.88 Mil K.38 . KM 10.10 I0.4S 11.14 11.4(1 is. at) 1.16 l.M I 81 13 l.M I.W 111 8.31)1 I. Ml 8.4S .no 8.18 A 111 11.113 8.06 .lo! 11.04 6.40 . 8.41 4.1H1 4.87 Lewlntown J.,' Amlcrooirn,... MrVpytowu... N. Hamilton, . 1 1 10.84 6. OS 8.33, 10.10 4.47 .R7 4.16 7.8H 8.60 8,28 6.60 8.16 3.60. 816 A.M.;P.M..P.M.I l.M. I. mi 6.K4 t.m, P.M.I iimuniKuiiu,.. Tvronn Altooua T.M IVPIuntmrir Ei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL0OMFIEL1), 1A.. MAY 21, 1878. 0 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Invite communication from tl person who r Interested lu mutters properly bcloiiKlns to tin cle partmrut. Great Britain's Consumption of Breadstuff's. The statistics of tlie movement of cereal produce show that the United Kingdom has Imported durhifr the first half or the crop year, from Beptember 1st, 1877, to March 1st, 179, of wheat and flour, In round numbers, 34,HO0,0O0 cwt., which Is 00 per cent. Increase over Inst year, and slightly exceeds the very large total of the corresponding time two years ago. The countries from which these supplies were chiefly derived were the United States, which furnished about 43 per cent., then Russia 14 per cent., (Jermany and British India about 10 per cent, each, and British North America about $ per cent. It Is a remarkable fact that notwithstanding the embargo upon trade In the Black Bea and the Danube, caused by the war, the receipts of wheat from Russia were slightl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAY 21, 1878. Professional Curtis. JK. JUNK1N, Attorney-at-Law, . New Hloointleld, Perry eo., Pa. -OfHoe Next door to Hie residence of Judge liinkln. 4!itf AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law, New Hloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. fcsf Ofllce directly opposite the Poet-Oillce, nd adjoining tbe Mansion House. TT EW19 POTTER, ATTOUNKY AT L.AW. 'NEW HLOOMFIKLD, I'EKHV CO., PA. W Claims promptly secured collected Writings and aft Usual business carefully attend- eaio. 62 y CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law. New lllooratleltt, Perry Co. Pa. .bmee with C. A. Barnett, Est)., on High Wtreet, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte-s-laii Church. August 80, 1872. rM. A. 8PON8LEK, Attorney-at-Law, flHtna a.lli.lltlntf tlU rftqillenCt,. O0 East Wain street. New Bloomfleld, Perry co.. Pa. 88 ly rOUN 6. 8HATTO, Burgeon Dentist , I NewBloomtleUI,Perryco.,Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best maunor, and at reasonable ilLofnce at his residence on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 21 May 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., MAY 21, 1878, Sale of the Ashtabula Horror Relies. The unotnlmed relics of the Ashtabula bridge borror have been sold at auction, realizing 142.03. As the authorities could only nfi'ord to advertise the sale iu the local papers very fow persons were present. . The first article sold was a small English dictionary bearing the name of " 8. Leon aid" on the fly-leaf. It brought 10 cents. Tli mi followed a basket of broken china ware, valuable only as relics to the buyer ; price 15 cents. A solid silver napkin ring brought 03 cents ; red embroidered tobacco pouch, 13 cents ; silk handkerchief, 84 cents, pair of shoes worn by a girl with a deformed foot, f 1 ; pair of skates, 10 cents. No excitement or agitation was visible until a young lady, daughter of Mr. A. .H. Stock well, formerly a htel keeper of .Ashtabula, who has been missing since the .disaster, detected from a link of a silver chain attached to a watch, blackened and burned, that the time-pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 May 1878

B8SS is ,x ymjffl fe ,sai 1 '"J VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, Fl., TXJESDA.Y, MA.Y 28, 1878. NO. 22. THE TIMES. in Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED EVEKY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 0 IUB8CBIPTIOK V It I C K . (WITHIN THE COUNTY. One Year 2s bix Months, 75 (OUT OF THE COUNTT. one Year, (Potaze Included) (1 fO lx Months, (Postage included) 86 Vor The Tihks. Ah, well, If we never fell From the goal toward which we've striven, There would be no returning prodigal , Jlence would be less Joy In Heaven. W. H. McCmntock. LOCKIN' THE BARN. "Jamie, where ha' ye been, my lad ? There's tallow upon your sleeve, An' your face Is jlet as red as your beard, I verily do believe." " I was out 1' the barn o-locklc' up, sir, For to keep the thieves awa' ; Ye'll mind as ye told me not to forget ! Jist a week agane to-da'." "Jennie, where ha' ye been, my lass? Your tresses are a' awree, An' the red on your cheeks Is very red , An a sparkle Is In your eye." " The win' was a-blowln' so dreary, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 May 1878

TILE TIMES, . NEW. BLOOM FIELD, 1, MAY 128, .1878. riding In front of the Hue, when Mcggle extiluliucri "Wlmta horrible sinpll cornea front that eopco." " Don't Binnll anything, Meg." , " You've lived lu-re bo long, that you have no sense of anirll left." ; Of course, uh Meggle was with, us, liliiiki'is was there too. Jlllnkcis ntl vanned to tlipeopse-'-imiiseil and rushi'd uinlcniciilli the gross, barking m if In furlaltMl. " There's Houu thlng hi there, Willie." Home of the others coming up, we jumlit tl our way into (he depths, guided by the frantie balk of I'.llnkers, and, after being tmtcli- wratched and torn, found ourselves In the center of it tram pled circle of jungle grufs, with the half devoured remains of a large tiger. The doctor was cent, for, und the wound discovered; the beaft had evi dently been lamed, the bullet breaking the fore-leg. It was nlso evident that, wounded as it was, it had lingered on till it was mere skin and bone, and had died only within the last fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 28 May 1878

3 RAILROADS. phTladelphia and reading r. r ARRANGEMENT OF rAHfiNOElt TRAINS. Hay I2tli, I.H7N. TRAINS LEAVE HAHKlHlllJim AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 8.20, 8.H a. in. 2.(Kip. m., and 7.ttf p. ni. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. and 8.B7 p. m. For Heading, at 6.S, B.10, Mo a.m. and 2.0U 3.57 and T.ffi. M For Fottsville at 5.20, S.l" a. m.. and fl.M p. in., and via Hnhuylklll and Busline liaiuia branch al 2.411 P. in. For Auburn via . & R Hr. at 5.30 a. m. For Allentowii, at6.HU, S.lua. in., and at 2.00, 8.57 and 7.5ft p. in. . . .. . Tim A.2H, 8.111a.m., and 7.55 p. in., trains have thinuiih oars tor New York. The 6.20, a. in., and 2.' p.m.. trains hate through car for Fh iladelphla. SUN1IAYH I For New York, at 6. an a. m. For Alleiitown and Way millions at Mi'a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way ritatlonsat 1.45 p. in. TIlAINSFOlllIAHItlSIU'KU, LEAVE A8 POL LOWS i Leave Now York, at 8.45 a. m., l.oo, a, sound 7 Ai p. III. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. in. 4.01, and ...

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. — 28 May 1878

THE T1MKS, NEW BLOOM l'l ELD, PA MAY 28, 1878. THE TIMES, Aetv lilooin field, May V, 1878. NOTICE TO A1JVBHT1SKK8. Wo Out or Htrrentypit will he Ins rtod In this ir 11 qImh llttht f sue autl ou nittl bin. WTwonty per cut. in encoiw nf iwiilar Mtto, will IwchHxed furadverliiwiiieuU set In lJonlile Column, NOTICE TO HUIIWCRIBEttrt. I.nnk at iho IWnri on the lh"l of yniir impor. Th'wIWurpKti'll von the rinie to which yiiriili crlpllnn in iinld. Within II wrck; IK;r tuniiny Is wt, .- ir the tluta li uhauired. No other receipt it uoeenarr. Demooratle State Convention. The Htnte Convention met ot Pitts burgh on Wednesday, and on Thursday succeeded in settling contented seats and In getting fairly to work. Tlie ticket nominated was Andrew 11. 1)111, of Union county, for Governor; Henry 1'. Uosh, of Montgomery, for Rupreme Judge; John Tertig, of Crawford, for Lieutenant Governor ; J. Hlmnson Af rica, of Huntingdon, for Bceretiiry of Internal A flairs. 1)111 was nominated on the third lial l...

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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