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

H I W J Hi r ' - -e-. . . ( fur ! ,u.i.i ! i.l NEW BLOOMtflEID, 1JA., TUISSDAY, rfHkY 23, 1878. , VOL. XII. ; N0f 30. tan ra t?t' v;- osn r itmn mw . i. .1 't:..i.'i" ' !' I .i;: .: ' .i ' ; '..:'.."..!. . . 4 THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IS PUBLISIIBD IVItllT TBB81UT ST F. MQIITIMEU & CO. SUllSUKlri'LON l'ltlCK, "'. (WITHIN TUB COl'NTT. One Year ... $1 2 HI Months,.... 4 "5 (Oft or THi COUNTY. On Yflar, (PotHR8 Included) II M) Hlx Muiilhs, (l'oslnge Included) Sj Invariably lu Advance I 9" Advertising rate furmnhed upon Bppli- Fur Ttiellloomnuld Tliuei. A LAY TO SUMMER. JOIIN B. ECK. And tliou art here with thj sweet Bouth wludi, And thy glow of blushing flowers AVItU perfume ldcn on every breczo From thy amaranthine bowers. As thy balmy winds sweep over the hills, And over the limpid river I wish that the bright, sweet Summer time Might linger with us forever t Thou brlngeet the meadow's waving grass, And the scent of the new-mown hay, And the fragrance of the il...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA.. JULY 23, 1878. JOE'S CHANCE. THE little, shaky railway, called " Western Jforth Carolina," carried tin to within three miles of the top of Blue Illrige, and stopped abruptly in a deep cut In the hills, where stood " Henry's," a hotel, loosely built of plank according to the fashion of the region. Before daylight the stnge coach, a bulky vehicle of most ancient Bhape, mounted on leather springs, and glaring in a new coat of red pnlnt, appeared at the door. It was drawn by six stout gray horses. The driver, a mountaineer in butternut home-spun, a well known whip through all that country ,clatnbered to his seat, placing about half a peck of stones at his feet, to throw at his leaders. Intdde the coach were packed two or three women in linen dusters, an old man with crutches, and numberless boys, babies, colored nurses, and lunch baskets. On top, behind the driver, Beats were arranged, where sat a pretty young girl and an artist, each intent on "effects" ...

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

T THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, T A. JULY .23, 1878. 13 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF passenger trains. nay I2th", 1878. THAIN8 LEAVE HARKIHBITKO AS FOLLOW S Fur New York, at o.ao, 8.10 a. m. Loup, m., and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at 8.20, 1.10, 9.45 a.m. 2.00 and 8.67 p. in. For Heading, at 6,20, 8.10, 9.46 a.m. and 2.00 3.A7 and T.M, , . For Fottsvltle at 8.20. S.10 a. m.. and 8.87 p. in., and via Sehuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 n. in. For Auburn via S. & 8. Br. at 8.30 a. rn. For Allentown, at 6.20, B.loa. in., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.65 p. in. ..... . , The 6.20, 8.10 a. m and 7.65 p. in., train have through can lor New York. The 6.20, a. m., and 2.( p.m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20 a.m. For Heading, 1'hlladelphla and Way Statlonaat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOKHARIlIsnUKG, LEAVE AS KOL LOWS I Leave New York, at MS a. in., 1.00, 5.S0and 7.45 p. m. Leave ...

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

THE TIMES, . NEW BLOOM FIELD, iPA. JULY 23, 1878. THE 'TIMES. Kew Bloom field, July 23, 187S. NOT1CJS TO ADVEIlTISEItS. Jo Out or Stereotype will he Inserted In this plor Uateea IlKht face end ou uielal bwe. MfTwnnty pnrcmt til nmn of iriniiiir rules, will be chimed fur edvertlettueuu eetlu Double Ooluiun. NOTICE TO BlHW(,'UIBEn8. I.nok l the flmirc. on the label of vonr reper,-.-Thou.-ttmirm toll vou the dntto wlilcli ymiraiili- crlptlonlennld. Within weeks alter inouey nt, t-e If the date le clunked. No other receipt ! necessary. Crop Reports A Full Wheat Acreage. Cincinnati, July 15. The Commer cial this morning publishes crop reports from a large number of places In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, which Indicate that there Is not only a greater acreage of wheat than In any former year, but that the average produce per acre Is larger than ever before. Silver Dollars. The United Stales treasurer has writ ten to assistant treasurers authorizing them to use standard silver dollars in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEAV BLOOMFIELD,' .FA.. JULY 23, 1878. G THE' TIMES. Io&il Pcpktctn)eit.1 PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIEDLE DIVISION. On and after Juno Uth, Trains run aa follow! i -jc. jj-vt-' WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Wyi Mail Ace.. PaaalXr'o l'r'u I 1'niHuirAi. Htationh. IS? Mall Tr'n Mffl. Aco. at. A. V. r.H. .o B.4H A.K. B.UO 1.30 l:S .u rrarriabnrjr, ILKkvlllp, ffarysvtlle, Huicannou, Ilally'a Newport, MUleretown, Thomraont'n. Mexico... ...... Port Royal.... Mifflin Lewlntown J., Anilereon'e,... Mr V.vtnwn ... 1.80 8.1ft lO.bii HIM 8.45 8.85 8 19 1.47 7.M 7.16 1.00 0.40 (J.:l3 6.'J5 7. Ml 7.M 8.JI .6l e.sn 6.1(1 t.4U t.Mt 1.10 l.JS 7. HO 10.90 8.M 1.31 1.43 8.56 8. OK 1.33 n.a 8.54 1.64 K.Sl) S.i't 8.43 8.80 8.16 ri in1 .! .M 10.111 IU.4J 11.14 11.40 12.20 1.15 7.411 1.63 I .8s: B.OO t.06' Mill 11.04 (.40, 8.491 4.57 4.M' 8.80 e.4 7.'.M 10.84! 8.(r. 8.23, 10.10 4.47! PUT 4. IB l.W 8.80 8.26 80 8.15 8.60 6.15 A.M. P.M.. V.K.I N. Hamilton, . HmitiiiKdou,.. Tyrone Allooua 1 P.M.I tw-pltmlmnr Rz...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 July 1878

6 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., JULY 23, 1878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. TVe invite comTmmtoMinrts from nil person who are InterMtixi lu matters properly belouKluic to tnls de partment. Removing Spots from Cloths. Spots of sugar, glue, blood, albumen. On white goods, on dyed tissues of cot ton and wool, and on silk, simple wash ing with water. Spots of grease. On whltegoods, soap water or alkalies; on dyed tissues of cot ton, hot soap water. Ditto of wool, soap water or ammonia. On silk, benzine, ether, ammonia, magnesia, chalk, yolk of egg. Colors of varnish, resins.-On white goods, and on dyed tissues f cotton and wool, turpentine, benzine, then soap. On silk, benzine, ether, soup; rub with care. Btearlne, tallow. On white goods, and on dyed tissues of cotton and wool, and on silk, pure alcohol. Vegetable colors, wlne.and fruit stains, red ink. On white goods, vapors of sulphurous acid ; hot bleaching powder solution, weak. On dyed tissues of cot ton and wool, wash with warm soa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, , .PA., JULY 23,1878. Professional Cards. JB. JUNKIN, Attorny at-T,aw , New nioomlteld, Perry CO., Pa. r Offloe Next dour to tlie residence ot Judge Jnukin. 6tf AM. MAKREL, Attorney-at-Law, , New llloomtleld, Perry county, Pa. 1- Office directly opposite tho Poat-OQlce, and adjoining the Mansion House. -jFTs W 1 9 POTTK It, ATIOUNEY AT LAW, NKWBLOOMFIELD, PEKRKCO..PA. a-rinlms riromntl secured eollected Writings and all legal business carefully attend ed to. iyl CIIAKLES H. SMII.EY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomtleld, Perry Do. Pa. ,Omcewlth 0. A. Burnett, Esq., on High Btreet, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte riaa Churchy August 20, 1872. WM. A. BPONBLER, Attorney-at-Law, Olllee adjoining Ills residence, on East Main street, New Bloonilield, Perry eo., Pa. 3 2 If JOHN G.SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist, New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done lu the best mauuer, and at reasonable Pri'"Mjlflce at Ms residence one door ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 23 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFlELi),' 1A.. JliLY 2,' !1878. 8 A Woman's Caprice In Hosiery. "The riskiest business in America to day," answered Mr. Berwick, "is the dry goods buRinnss, and the most unstable part of the dry goods business Is In the lice of stockings. I taerer saw anything like it. The caprice of American women concerning stockings is something almost surpassing belief. Two men have within the last month been sent back to tbe United States from Chemnitz raving lunatics, drlveu in sane by the fluctuations in taste in the stocking demand at home." , . I tbaught the statement was a joke, and smiled. "It's strict truth I'm telling you, and po nonsense. I don't know bow much longer I'll hold out. My whole existence is one elongated hose. I eat, sleep, drink and think stockings." "We've got stockings ou the brain, "said Mr. White. " On the brain ! I should think so," re plied Mr. Berwick. " Between the top of my nose and the roof of my head I've got 5,000 dozen of stockings packed a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

. , J . ,, , A lMJm Mm V 4 l:iii!i:iiihi,,":aii!iiin:i VOL. XII. 2STEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1878. NO. 31. 1 s..; - THE TIMES. Aa Independent Famllj Newspaper, II PUBLISHED BVERT TUB9DAT BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8 V II 8 C It I V X I O Hi l'ltlt'E, (W1THIS TUB COUBIT. (Hie Year 81 2 Six Months 75 (OUT Or IBB COUNTT. One Tear, (Postage Included) . II ffl Bix Months, (Postage included) 85 Invariably lu Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. THWARTED VENGEANCE. T AM RASH, Florence ; I own to X the Southern blood that leaps through my veins, that makes me, as you say, wilful and passionate. But I am a man, with a man's feelings and high principle of honor. I am no boy, Florence,to be wiled from this gay smile to that, I must and will be heard." " It is better not," said Florence May. nard, turning away half impatiently. " We have been such good friends, Wil lis, I have hoped that nothing would disturb the calm current of our happi ness. And the sweet gir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMEIEM), PA.. JULY 30, 1878. this wiiy, now that.but all the time with ft secret encouragement. But now, as suddenly as a flash light up the sky and disappears, every shadow of a hope had left his heart. Willi Boynton had been the Inmate of Mr. Mayuard'g home eliu;e hU tenth year, and he was now twenty-five. He was born In South Carollna,b.Ut his father dying, he was sent to Mr. Maynard, a relative, and one who had loved the dead man dearly. Though pnrtly e,nl" eated in the North, he did not lose the fiery nature that had been born In him. He had, however, for the sake of hi chlldlove,orushed hln wild lmpulses,and and subdued his Imperious nature. He possessed a small fortune that en abled him to realize his ambition to be a successful lawyer.and when anxiety and the loss of hope made it incumbent on Jiim, to travel. Ills father was a Col. Boynton, a man greatly esteemed for his wealth and social position, in South Carolina, and he was extremely proud of his lineag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, YA. JULY 30, 1878. 8 R A I LROAD8. V PHIuSaPHiA AND READING R. R AltKANOBMENT OF PABBKNaKRTHAlNB. nay 12(17, 1N78. TKA1N8 LKAVK HAHUIHllUltU AS KOLLOW8 Kor New York, at 5.20, a. Id a. m. loop, m., and 7.5 . m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.4ft a.m. 2. (0 and 8.57 p. in. Kor Heading, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.45 a.m. and 2.00 3. f7 and T.Mi. ' . .. Kor Pottsvllle at 6.20. 8.10 a. m.. and 8.67 p. in., and via Boliuylklll and Bustiueliauua branch at 1.40 p. in. Kor Aulmrn via . ft R. Br. nt 8.30 a. ro. Kor Allfliitown, at 6.20, 8.1Ua. m., and at 2.00, 3.57 and 7.65 p. m. ..... . , The 6.20, 8.10 a. m and 7.65 p. m., trains have through cars lor New Vol k. The 6.20, a. in., and 2.00 p.m., trains have through cara (or Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. in. Kor Allentown ami Way Stations at R.Wia. m. Kor Heading, Philadelphia and Way Htatlousat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR llAlllMHBUllG, LEA VB AS KOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.J0 and 7.45...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

4 THE TIMES. New Iiloomfleld, July 30, 1878. NOTICE TO AIJVEKT18EK8. Ho Out or Rtmotj-pe will ho liiMrted In this paper Unless Unlit face and on nitUI bus. WTwMityiwroent. in pin? of fwnltr rates, will be ohtrxi'd fur ailvertliwuu'iita nut lu iluuble Culuiuu. NOTICE TO Hl'IIHlIUDKR. Look lit the flirnren on the 1abl of yonr rapar. ThoaenKim-atell vim the dnialn which yam-sub-arriptlnn Isnnlil. uililn a wki alter money la ml, nee If tlia dute la cuauieeil. No other receipt la neceeaarv. Among the shipments to Europe by the Walthnra Watch Company was a lot of 200 stem-winding watches, by order of the British Government, for the use of conductors and engineers on the State railroad of India. This order was ob talned In direct competition with foreign' manufacture. Owing to the numerous applications for registered 4 per cent, bonds of smull denominations, the treasury department has been unable, with all the clerical force which could be employed thereon, to fill the orders ns rapidly a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

I a THE. TIMES, NEW PtOQMITELD, PA.' JULY 30, 1878. THE TIMES. 1061 Dcjhftneit.'''- PINNSYLVAKIA R. L-HIMLS DIVISION. On nd after June 99th, Trim run u follow WK8TWAHD. " .1 1 it EASTWARD. Wy Mull Ace. J'na Ex. MallAtr Mm. Aoo. rMiir n:iruii Tr'nl lii. 41 . M.V . v. r.M A.M. s.uui S.U so 4:i 5J II. 811 f.lH S.I6 .1 40 III T.IO 7.8(1 T.4S T.isa .oo. l.so i.iii io.n! K.00 t 45 t.6 .U 7.47 7.IC1 J.ie 7(H) 0.40 S.H3 T.5HI LIB1 S.3S S.IM S.IU pa) Ms 64 lulu 1U.43 l.W! 7. SO 10.90 I HI 7.00 wmirt. 11.93 IM: 1.(4 a. Mi S.OH 8. 39 Mtllpralnwll. g.49 e.8o 1)19 All) U'houipeuut'n. fort lioyat;.'.'.' Mifflin tiPwtntown J., AmlerHOll'R,... MeVt-ytowu,.. N. Hitmlltnu, . flmithiKituu,.. Tyrone, Altoona II. M 06 .10 4.00 11.04 1.40, B.S 11.14 I.I, 4.SJ t.llll! 6.K4 1.901 10.(4 10.1(1 1.00, S.M 11.40 I3.2U 1.1ft .B7 4.15 T.SH K.60' D.2H S.60 t.lt 1.50 S.lt 4.47 r.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. tWPittbnnr I! owns lonvee Hartlflmrr at 11.00 p.m. Diinctaimon It.ss (flm;): Newport 11.67 (flaK aud ar. rlveeat f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

l0 TitK Tikis, KkvV iiibbMtiuti),'-i'A.4' july 36,!Ji878. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. WMnvlte comnnin)r()niiii from all tfron who r Intrrented la matters properly bflonxlnK to thistle psrtmfcnt. Select 'Poett'y. Woman's Work. To wobIi and bake, to mend and make, The weary slept of toll to take To cook and scour, to dust and sweep, And all the house .in order keep, To rise at morn and o'er and o'er Do duties done the day before, And know that In to-morrow's train The same things will come o'er agnlu And often to herself to say, The old, old lines In weary way, "From dawn of day, till setting sun, Woman's work Is never done1" To watch and pray, to gladly take Love's crosses for love's crowning sake To love and grieve, to smile and weep, Her deepest thought In silence keep, To teach and lead, to hope and trust Have trust betrayed as woman must, To gently chide, to cheer and bless, And bear with patient tenderness Iler burdens all ; nor shrink away, But bravely look ahead and say, " From da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

THE TIMES, NEW IJLOQJNtFlEIA I'A., JVJA30, 187$, . , 7 Professional Curds. JE. J UN KIN. Attorney-at-Law, , New HloomllnUl, Perry CO., Pa. -oillce Next door to the residence ot Judge Jmiklu. soif AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law, a New Bloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. t-sf Office directly opposite the Poet-Oulce, and adjoining the Mansion House. T EW19 POTTEll, ATTOHNEY AX UW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERKY CO., PA. srClalms promptly neonred collected Writings and all legal business carefully attend ed to. a yl CHARLES II. RMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa. Omcewltli C. A. Burnett, Esq., on High Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte rla Church. August 20, 172. "ITTM. A. BPON8LER, Attorney-at-Law, W Olllce adjoining his residence, on East Main street, New Uloomtteld, Perry Co., Pa. 8 1 j JOHN (J. BHATTO, Burgeon Pentlst, New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable '""UOITlce at his residence one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 30 July 1878

THE TIMES NEV A Town In Two States. Bristol, which straddles the Tennessee and Virginia Stuto line, has two systems, of lorn) government and belongs about equally to two Stntes. The line between Tennessee aud Virginia is the Center of Main street, and It gives rise to many fun ny scenes , as, for example, the runaway couple need no coach and four, but, arm iu arm, step across Main street and are wedded. The fugitive commits n crime In Virginia, goes to the pavement ou the other side of the street and talks defiantly to the oflicer on the opposite side who has a warrant for his arrest. A misstep or too bold disposition will .sometimes, however, bring him to grief. Heveral'lnstances bave occurred of a fugitive being hustled across the line by a party prepared while lu the act of holding such a conversation, and they tell of a niau who defiantly perched himself on a pile of store boxes within six feet of the line, jeering the officers on the other side, but, unfortuatoly for him, some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 August 1878

Mi IHI VOL. X1T. NEAV BLOOMFIELD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1878. NO. 32. THE TIMES. a Independent Famllj Newspaper, IB POBLISOBD BTSRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8 U B S C It 1 1' T 1 O iN 1 H 1 C K . (WITHIN Tt1H COUNTT. One Year 1 2 Six Mouths 75 (OUT Of TIIB COCHTY. iib Year. (PostRRB Included) II M) Six Months, (Postage lucluded) 85 Invariably lu Advance I W Advertising rates (urmshod upon appli cation. $eledt 'Poetry. WE COME AND GO. If you or I To-day should dlo, The birds would slug as sweet to-morrow j " The vernal spring , The flowers would bring, And few would think of us with sorrow. " Tes, ho Is dead," Would then be said ( The corn would 8oes the grass yield liny 1 The cattle low, And summer go, And few would heed us pass away. How soon we pass ! How few, alas I Remember those who turn to mold ! Whose faces fade, With autumn's shade, Beneath the sodded churchyard cold ! Tes, It is so, We come, we go They hajl our birth, they mourn us dead A day or more I The winter o'er,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 August 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM HELD, PA., AUGUST 0, 1878. DUSENBERRY'S COURTSHIP. Trn. jon dubenbeuhy ntcpped 1Y1 on board the trBln bound for Ho, ton one morning, feeling a kind of queer sensation at the pit of his stomach. He concluded, at the time lie first liecniuo aware of it, that It was occasioned by eating too hearty a break fastln too short a time. Later, he came to a different conclusion. He was going " down to Honton" to visit lils brother Joseph, and stay " till after the Fourth.' The car was pretty full, but he succeed ed In finding an unoccupied sent at Inst and snt down to look about him. He had hardly begun to look when another traveler entered the ear In search of a seat. Hho wns an old ninld, Job knew, the moment ho saw her. There are cer tain signs which can never be mistaken in the class of single damsels to which she belonged, that class being the primely-perpendicular one, nearly nil angles mid very little curves, and Job bad seen too ninny of them to be mistaken. He cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 August 1878

THE TIMES, RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT Of PA88KNGKR TRAINS. nay I2lh, 1S78. TRAINS LBAVK II ARKISBU11H AS FOLLOWS For Now York, at 6.20, 1.10 .D1. LOOp. m., and 7.55 p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 6.10, H.45 a.m. 2.011 and 8.67 p. in. For Heading, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.15 a. m. and 3.00 3.57 and 7.55. For 1'oUsvllle at 6.20, 8.10 a. m., and 8.67 &, in., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn via H. & R. Br. at 6.S0 ft. m. For Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10a. m.,andat 2.00, 3.67 and 7.66 p. in. The 6.20, .I0 a.m., and 7.65 p. m., trains have through cars for New York. The 5.20, a. in., and 2.oo p.m., trains have Ih rough cars (or Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. in. For Allentown and Way Stations at ft.Soa. m. For Heading, Philadelphia aud Way Statlousat 1.45 p. m. TKAINS FOH It AUHISHURQ, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 5.30 and 7.45 p.m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 4.00, and 7.20 p.m. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 6 August 1878

4 TIIE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.. AUGUST 0, 1878. THE TIMES. Xew DlootnfieUL, uLnffuat 6, 1878, NOTICE TO ADVKIIT18EHS. No Out or Htcrwrtj-r will tw Imwrted Intuit pir nalHB llKtit fftoe aud mi nittUl bi. WTvrentyiwreoiit. iiimwhh or rinilr rt. will bo ohirxed fur ulvenuwraeute ot In Double Uuluuiu. NOTICE TO (t!BKtitlDBBH. I.nnk at the nmii-es on thd label nt ymir raper.-Tbont-nmimtpll vnurliftrint snwlitcn jrdirairfe- inrlwtlnaliliBld. Ulliltll fi WfeltR UlUT 1I101IHV ! out, cn If ths Unte la cuanmd. No otuw receipt 'J la necessary. The following is an otftlcial statement of the movement of United States silver coin up to date : Standard silver dollars coined r,!)S0,5SS uu kasd 8.1)32,246 Amount outstanding Fractional silver coined " " on hand I;8S8.3S2 t44,4:l,7'.lt 6,HM,2(iO Amount outstanding (3'.I,3U5,5:S4 A $5 nnd a $2.C0 counterfeit gold coin were presented nt the United State treasurer's ofllce nnd Immediately de tected and destroyed. The coins were finely executed, of com...

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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