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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

j s r r5j V2ys -.ft?"" VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELr), TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1878. NO. 25. THE TIMES. ' An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BT F. MOllTIMElt & CO. 0 SUBSCRIPTION 1 It I V E . (WIT1IIK TUB COUNTY. One Year fl 2 Six Months,.... 75 (OUT Of THE COUNTY. One Year. (PtwtaRO Included) (1 N) Six Months, (Postage lucluded) H5 Invariably la Advance I - Advertising rates furnished upon application. $eledt 'Poeti'v. OLD MEMORIES. How many Aprils have I roamed beside thee O'er the brown hills where now alone I tread T And though far realms of wonder now divide thee From our dim world, I cannot deem thee dead. And held thee In my arms while life was failing, Close in my arms and watched thy fluttering breath, Till the red sunset In the west was paling And twilight veiled the awful calm of death. In that white calm I saw then and forever The grandcnr of thy spirit and Us power j E'en as Its mortal vestment seemed to sever, I saw the Immortal bursting Into flower. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

BL00MF1ELD, PA.. JUNE WARNER'S BEAR STORY. SO MANY conflicting accounts have nppearcd about my casual encounter with an Adirondack bear, last summer, that In justice to the public, to myself, and to the bear It Is necessary to make a plain statement of the facts. Besides, It Is so seldom I have occasion to kill a bear that the celebration of the exploit may be excused. The encounter was unpremeditated on both sides. I was not hunting for a bear, and I have no reason to suppose that a bear was looking for me. The fact Is that we were both outblackberry ing, and met by chance, the usual way. There Is among the Adirondack visitors always a great deal of conversation about bears, a general expression of the wish to see one In the woods, and much speculation as to how a person would act if be or she chanced to meet one. Hut bears are scarce and timid, and ap pear only to a favored few. It was a warm day In August, Just the sort of day when an adventure of any kind seemed Impossible. But ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA. JUNE IB, 1878. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARK AN GEM GMT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. May laTii", 1878. TRAINS LEAVE HARR1SBURG AS FOLLOWS For New York,' at .2i), 8.10 a. m. 2.00p. m., and 7.M p. to. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. 2.00 and 9. ft 7 p. tn. For Reading, at 5,20, 8.10, 9.45a. m. and 2.00 3.57 and 7.55. For Pottsvllle at R.20, 8.10 a. m.. and 3.57 B. in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna rancb at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn via S. A S. Rr. at 5.30 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, S.lua. m.,andat 2.00, 3.57 and 7.65 p. m. , The 5.20, 8.10 a.m., and 7.55 p. m., train have through cars for New York. The 5.20, a. m.. and 2.00 p. in., trains have through cars lor Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 8.2o a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 5.20a.m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Stationsat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS FOR HARRlsmiRG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS 1 Leave New York, at8.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.30and 7.45 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE 18, 1878. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, June 18, 1878. NOT1CU TO AUVEKT19EHS. No Cut or Stereotype will he Inserted ill tills pier tialeaft light fftcuMid ou metal bane. tWTwenty per rent, in exee.s of regular rates, will be ohanred for ailvertlaeineut. et lu Double Column. NOTICE TO SUnWt'ItlBERH. Look lit the nvnres on the t.bel of ronr psper. Thuae future tell vml the dntr to wlilnli your nnlf n lpllon Ixpolil. Within il weeks , "Her money is Btit, nee If tlie data la cuouned. No other receipt ta necessary. CmcAcio lias received since the" great fire" 37,785,008 hogs, on nn average of 354,710 monthly, and 13,4H dally for each working day. . - - Enoland Is to have a strong repre sentation at the European Congress at Berlin Earl Beaconsfleld, Lords Salisbury and Russell. This evidently means that the position England has taken In the controversy Is to he main tained. A special cahlegram to the New York Herald states that the French journals nil p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA. JUNK 1H, 1878. THE TIMES. Io&l1 Dephjftii)cit. PENNSYLVANIA B. R.-MTODLE DIVISION. On mul after .luiii'SMli, TrnliiK run as follows WESTWARD. WaT; Midi A op. 1 FftM.Tr'li Xr'll, EASTWARD. I'ntNrirAi. Stationh. MnlliAtl. Xr'ui Ex. Miri. Aeo. Ei. 4.W. P.M. P. M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 8.MW.M A.M. 8.00 8.46 8H4 II) 7.47 l.ti Ml 7.00 640 t:.ti S.25 8.110 s.ta i.aii ft. i .49! 6.' .f.a s i DO .46 bit HArrtsnurK. H.M-kvlllo, MarysvUle, Dmtrnnuuu, Hilly' Newport, Millet-Blown, 'J'hmnesont'n Mi-ili'o,......., l'nrt Uiiyfll.... Mitriin t .....,......... r 1.80 7 .6111 8.21 8iH 7.MV 7. no 10.80 S.SS P.2D a si 9 40 8.41 9 Ml . 7.io 8. oh! 7.SM 8. an: 7. 411 8. 2D l ti 8.W 8.00 4.00! 4.97' 4.M I 6.311' ' 6X4 7.20, 7.06 6.M t.64 0.43, 6..H0I li.lHI 10! t.4 R.64 1(1. HI Itl.U 11 14 11.40 12.30 MS II. M 8.06 8.10 ' AlliltTHOn',...! ' McWytown,..! 11.04 1.40 8.4? I I 10.84 6.00 8.211 N. Hmnlltmi, 10.10 4.47 lluntlnir(liu...i 8.87 4.16 7.8K' Tvrone ' 8.60 8.1M B.wl Altoona...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

0 THE TIM 1SS, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., JUNE IB, 1878. Philadelphia Advertisement.. PhilAilolphln A(UortlHPnicnt. Philadelphia AdvorllHompnlR. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Wi Invite cnnimmifrstloiis frmn all nnrnon whn ars ttitiTestml in umtti'm pi-Mirly Ih'IuiikIiih to this (If partmnit. Collo In Horses. A well-Informed correspondent anys : I notice your remarks In regard to (Mirnti'lies In horses, anil I lmvo no doubt that this complaint, na well ns most all diseases, are the results of neg lect and Imd management. One of tlio most common, and frequently fatal, diseases that suddenly attack horses Is collo, and this Is Invariably brought on by Ignorance and bod treatment such as overfeeding and watering, or work ing Immediately after a full feed, or giving Improper feed. I was near losing a valuable horse last fall from this lust mentioned cause: Stopping at a country tavern to feed, J ordered oats the usual feed for my horse but tho landlord's feed chest wns empty, and tho hostler, witho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

MM1IWMMIIMJ THE TIMES, NEW HLOOMFIELD, TA., JUNE- 181878. Professional Cards. JK. JUNKIN, Attorneyat-I.aw, , New llloomlleld. Perryeo., Pa. r omoe Next door to the residence of Judge Junkln. &tl AM. MARKET,, Attorney-at-Law, , New llloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. Ofllce directly opposite the Post-office, and adjoining the Mansion House. -r-'iswis roTTBit, AXXORNKY AT J..AW. NKWBLOOMFIEU), FERRY CO.. PA. r Claims promptly secured colleoted Writings and all legal business carefully attend ed to. "1" OUAKLE81I. RMILEY, Attornr-y at Law. New HloomlleM, Perry Co. Pa. aaoinoswlth O. A. Barnett. Esq., on High Htreet, north side, nearly opposite the J'rwiytB rtaa (Jhurch. August 20, 1872. "VtTMT A. 8PONHLEK, Attorney-at-Law, V Ofllce adjoining his residence, on Rant Main street, New Mloouilleld, Perry eo., Pa. 32 ly JOHN G. 8BATTO, Surgeon Dentist . New Bloumnelri, Perryeo., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Burglcal Dentistry done in the best manner, and at reasonable urines .Office at his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 18 June 1878

8 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. JUNE 18, 1878. The Total Eclipse. The next total eclipse occurs July 2IHli, mid will be visible in the eastern parts of Asia and the western and southern portions of the United States. Thoro have been In this century sevon ecllpsos, as follows, 1851, 1W0, 1808, 18(19, 1870, 1871 and 1875, and some of the observations made on them were productive of very valuable results. In this country, more than in Europo, the observations are likely to be carried out on an extensive scale, and very likely there will be almost end loss means employed to solve the mysterious problem, " What is tho corona?" The names Draper, Hall, Harkuess, Hol der), Lnngley, Newcomb, Fetors, Peirce, Pickering, Rutherford, Trouvelot and Young read well as forming the van in the attack here. J. Norman Lockyer in his ni tides In "Nature," under dates of April 18 aud 23, snys that the spectroscope since 18j'J, in tho bauds of Janssen, Ilerschet and others, has addod very largely to our...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

V OL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, JUNEa5,1878. ' NO. 20. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB FUBIilBHBD EVERT TUEBDAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8 U B8 CBIPIIUM PHICK. (WITHIS THB COUHTY. One Year 1 II 25 Six Months, 79 (OUT 0 THB COUNTY. One Tear, (Postapte included) II 80 Six Months, (Postage iucluded) 85 Invariably In Advance I $eledt Poetry. LOVE AND DINNER. BY A BACHELOR UNCLE. Ah '.ove In cottage is all very fine, And kisses are sweet when the loving onei take 'em 1 Bat there's naught In this world, when you sit down to dine, Like the girl who knows well bow to fry and to bake 'em. The dinners, I mean, not the kisses of love, Though they both are all right, if you right ly have "took" 'em. If you want to keep In with your darling, your dove, Be careful, oh wives, and be sure how you cook 'em The doves now I mean, not the loves or the men. But I whisper this secret ( As sure as we're sinners, The love will fly out of the windows just when Tou fall to have ready ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM IT ELI), PA., JUNE 25, 1878. were sntlsfled with lier choice. When they returned to the city, congratula tions, iiresenti, and preparations filled every hour. Kitty's importance gave her back a great deal of her old dictato rial way. In the matter of toilets she would not sutler even Max to interfere. ;' Results were all men had to do with," the said ; " everything was inartistic to them hut a few yards of linen and a straight petticoat." Max sighed over the flounces and fluting and lace and ribbons, and talked about "unadorned beauty," and then when Kitty exhibited results, went Into rhapsodies of wonder and admiration? Kitty was very triumphant in those days, but a little drop of mortification was in store for her. She was exhibit ing all her pretty tilings one day to a friend, whose congratulations found their climax in the following statement : "Really, Kitty, a most beautiful wardrobe I such an extraordinary piece of luck for such a little scatter-brain as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA. JUNE 25, 1878. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAIN 8. May I2th, 1878. TRAINS LEAVE nAItRIHBURG A8 FOLLOWS For New York, at 5.20, 8.10 a.m. 2.00p.m., and 7.6i p. m. For Philadelphia, at 5.20, 8.10, 9.4A a.m. 2.1X1 and 8.57 p. in. For Reading, at 6.20, 8.10, 0.45 a. ni. and 2.00 3.67 and 7.W. For Pottsvllle at 6.20. 8.10 a. m., and S.f7 K. in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For Atibni n via 8. & 8. nr. at 5.30 a. m. For Allmitown, at6.20, B.lua. in., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.55 p. m. The 5.20, 8.10 a. m., and 7.55 p. m., trains have through cars for New York. The 5.20, a. m.. nnd 2.00 p.m., trains have through cars (or Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 5.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way (nations at .2oa. m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Statlousat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOIIHAKHISBITRG, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, ar.8.43 a. m., 1.00, 5. SO and 7.45 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

4 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA.. JUNE 25, 1878. THE TIMES. New Bloom field, June 23, 187$. NOTICE TO AIVKHT19EH9. Jtn Onl or Blrrootj-p will bi Innorted Inthlt ppr hqim okih ice iua on metal bast. tWTwonty pir pent. In rawm of rwilnr rnt(. will De onKnrea lor ftavnrtiiptntmta set in iiouuieuoiunin. NOTICE TO BUIIHCIMBERf. Look at tho DinircK on tho libel of your papr. Thimi' ilifurm ti-ll vou lhi rim to whlcli yonr nb acrlptlon lnld. Within i neeka mtcr money la nt, mo If the rtnle la chuwil. No other receipt U neceaaarr. By the agitation of the tax on whis key and tobacco in Congress, and the extension of the time for the payment of the tax on bonded whiskey, it is esti mated thnt there will be a decrease In the revenue of ten millions. So much for needless meddling with well enough. The Goveunou has approved bills appropriating $5,000 for the erection of a monument over Ex-Governor Geary's grave ; extending protection to foreign and domestic Insurance companies from fraudulent a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. JUNE 25, 1878. 5 THE TIMES. Ioihl Department. PENNSYLVANIA B. S. MIDDLE DIVISION. On md after JuntSMh, Tratns run u followi i WKHTWARD. EASTWARD. PniMOTPAL Stations. J'nsiMatliAtr.iMtri. fa Tr'u Tr'u Ex. Tr'n Ki. Aoo. A.M. ft IMll 1 Mil P.M. ft .BO B.4K t.ts s.is a. 40 DM .lo! J.2H 7.4 7.62 8.00. rfarrlsburir, Hoekvtlle, Ntarynvllln, Diuiennnou, Knlly'n Newpnvt MUlrrstowil, Thnmpaont'a. Mexico,...,.... Port Knyaf.... Mill lln I.ewlntown J., Amioi-mm'B,... MrVeytnwn... N. Hnnilltnn, . Hmitimrdrm,.. Tvrnne, Altoona P.M. 1.80 i.li 10.66 S.OO 846 8.S6 8 13 7.47 7.33 7.10 1 110 6.40 sua .! T.0H 7. 60 1 S.31 1.63 HISS 12.92; 7.101 10.90 7.ll .M' .M ass 9 HI t.tu 8.4,1 K2II 9 44 0.421 0.80 O.ltll a .mi KM 10.10 10.42 s.ofi S.l"! 4.00 11.04 6.40 0.48 11.14 4.S7 4.62 io m' a ikv a on 11.40 ! 1010 4.'4?i 6. HOI 6 :n 7. Bill B.H7I 4.1n l.m 8.6(1 D.Srt 6.60 8.16' 9.60 0.16 1.16 l.M F.M If. M.I A.M.I P.M.I P.M. rw-PHIsbunr RtrtreM lenven Htirrfalnirtf nt 11.00 P.M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

0 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1KL1), PA., JUNE 25, 1878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. WelnTltn rnmmnnt rut lorn from nil iron whr ar lTittTPHtPit lu mutton pmpcrly bHoiiKlUK tu tliituc- f) Art II) Hit, ""curing Boef Without the Use of Salt. Our oystem of Baiting meat makes It unhealthy nml distasteful. Why do we alt bones t Were they extracted, one third the snlt would fuifllee, the meat bo cured would lose little of Its nutriment, besides galnliifr in value. Two-thirds of the smoking might be dispensed with, and one cause of Indlgestlblllty greatly lessened. Modem mechanical skill can surely contrive a tool to dlsbone a ham, and let the salt have equal access Inside and outside. The thick skin might be removed with equal benefit. Custom may claim the shape of the ham as Important, but this objection would give way before the great superiority of the meat. Farmers would find profit In It for their own household. A boned turkey Is always attractive. When raised far from market a turkey boned and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM EI ELI), PA., JUNE 25, 1878. 7 Professional Cards. T K. JUNKIN. Attornev-at-Law. tie New llloomlleld. Perrco..Fa -onioe Next duur to the residence ol Judge Juukln. 46tf AM. MARKEL. Attorney at-Law, New il oomlleld. Perrvcountv. Pa. l-tf Omce directly opposite tbe Post-0 Ulce, .and adjoining tbe Mansion House. J-KWIS POTTBH. ATTORNEY AT UW, NEW BLOOMKIELD, FERRY CO., PA. Claims promptly secured oolleoted Writings and all legal business carefully attend eo. to. HAULER II. HMII.KV. Attorney at Law. ' New llloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. 0(Hi)e with C. A. Burnett. Esq., on lllh i street, nortn slue, nearly opposite me rresoyie, rlaa Church. August 2D, 1872, ItrM. A.RPONWI.KK. Attnrnov-at-Law. VV Otllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New ulooiiilleld, Perry co., Pa. 3 ly TOIIN G.8HATTO, Burgeon Dentist. New lllooinllelil. l'errveo.. Pa All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done in the best manner, and at reasonable prices. .onice at his residence on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 25 June 1878

8 The Okubo Assassination. The Toklo correspondent of tlio Ban Francisco "Bullotln" gives the particulars of the assassination, on the morning of the 14th of May, of Mr., Okubo, minister of the interior of the Japanese empire. The day named had been let apart for a speolal meeting of the emperor's cabinet at the Dal-Jo-Kwan, near the palace, and about eight o'clock In the morning, Mr. Okubo left his residence in a carriage, to attend the oouncil. Just before reaoblng the palaoe gate, at an open space near one of the oity moats, his carriage was suddenly topped by a band of armed assassins, six in number, who were lying In wait for htm. The assassins were each armed with Swords J they first killed one of the horses and the ooachman ; they then fell upon the minister, who was entirely unarmed and helpless, and hacked him almost to plocos. The place at which this assassination oc curred is almost the identical spot whore the unsuccessful attempt upon Mr. Jura kura's life was made by a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 July 1878

D . M 1, MM 1 W I llu. mm r k$fc4Sm Pl$ li.iHiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiyiiii ffi VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, 1J., TUESDAY, JULY a, 1878. NO. 27. J wH iok f7 77 171 i nil ( f 21 'itafcr UV, 1 If I It M Ml liKl 111 toX us rah i i ws, 1 'Cn I 0 I i7 (Mil llltll tl 111 ill V" x- J ( 1 I31CV II 1! El If I f 8 1 H if IL'S" THE TIMES. An Independent Family Kenspnper, IS PUBLISHED BVKRY TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. B V B S C U I r X 1 O Hi 1 11 ICE. (WITHIH TUB COUNTY. One Year '. Jl 2 8U Months, 75 (OUT Ot -THH COUNTY. Ons Year. (Postage Included) II SO Six Mouths, (Postage Included) 85 Invariably In Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. $eledt Poeti'y. THE BEAUTY OF OLD AGE. I often think each tottering form That limps along in life's decline Once bore a heart as young, as warm, As full of idle faults as mine I And each has had Its dream of Joy, Its own unequaled, pure romance, Commencing when the blushing boy First thrilled at lovely woman's glance. And each could te...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), l'A.. JULY 2, 1878. intrusions were to us inexplicable, unless in the light of succeeding events, we were to regard the prlegt as a detective oflleer or spy. Our apartments commu nicated, both being readied through an entry, while my room, 'lying beyond Kate's, was only reached, by passing also from the entry through her's. On the fourth day of our sojourn in the hotel, about nine o'clock In the morning, Kate tapped on the door lead ing into my room, and at my cry of "Eritrea," came in. She was in a dressing-gown, her long, curling brown hair hanging over her shoulders, and a very unusual expression on her face. " More priests V" I asked, In explana tion. "Police!" she exclaimed. "If we ever got out of this town alive I shall be thankful I I had rung as usual for water, and just as I hod finished my bath I heard a knock at the outside door and asking " Wer ist da?" the cham bermaid replied that she was. I then opened the door a bit, and saw looking over h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 July 1878

PA. JULY 2, 1878. 3 RAILROADS. PmLADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TKA1N8. May 12th, 1878. TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBURO A8 FOLLOWS For New York, at 6.20, R. 10 a. in. 2.onp..m., and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at 5.20. 8.10, 9.4ft a.m. 2.00 and S.A7 p. in. For Reading, at 8,20, 8.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 3.67 and 7.MS. For Pottsvllle at fl.20. 8.10 a. in., and 3.A7 , in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. For A u tin ni via a & 8. Br. at S.30 a. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. in., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.55 p. ni. The 5.20, 8.10 a. m., and 7.55 p. m., traina have through cars for New York. The 6.20, a. m.. and 2.00 p.m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS ! For New York, at 5.20 a. ni. For Allentown and Way Stations at 5.2na. m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way StationBat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARRI8RURG, LEAVE A8 FOL LOW'S : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.30and 7.4o p. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 4.00, and...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 2 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., JULY 2, 1878. 4 THE TIMES. New Bloom field, July 2, 1878. NOTICE TO AOVEHTISEKS. Ho CM or mcrootyiw will be Inserted In this r-sper time llKbt face and ou metal base. IlfTwenty pe' cent. In excess of reinilsr ratci, will be chimed for xlvertlsemimts tat la Double Uolunin. NOTICE TO Sl'llWCRIBERI. I.nnk t the Amires nn the label of your paper. TnnxfMlhrMrrfttf'll you the onto to which J ouraub' acripnon is unio. Witlilu s weeks stier money la Bern, see u mi date la cliaiiKi'd. Mo other receipt la necessary. It seems strange that coffee should be Bent from Philadelphia to Brazil, but that It Is done la proven by the following from the North American : The export of coffee from this city to Para for work men on the Mamore Railroad strikes many as strange. But steam makes It easier to lay down Rio products at Para via Philadelphia than direct. The fact adds to the motives for communication. A Liberal Offer. A wealthy Illinois farmer, possessing a number ...

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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