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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

r6 VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., TXJE 8DAY, AUGU8T27, 1878. NO. 35. (iff m . mwmm mm II - , sfife THE' TIMES. la Independent Family Newspaper, ; 18 PUBLISHED BVBRY TUBSDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. 8UBBCBIF11UK P It ICE. (WITHIN TDB COUNTY. One Year, Jl 2 Six Months 75 I (OUT 0 TUB COUNTY. .; .. Ons Yar, (Postage Included) 11 fO Bix Months, (Fostage Included) 83 Invariably In Advance I V Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation, x . gelec't Poeti'y. THE BOSS FOOL. The farmer roameth o'er bis fields, And gathereth In bis grain j But the farmer's son, all doubled up Doth bowl and loud complain ; The while, beneath his jacket, bo Doth bear a bitter pain. The farmer pauses in bis work, And on bis rake doth lean "Oh, I have roamed In man; lands, And many fools have seen ; Bat the boss of all the fools Is be Who eateth apples green !" GORMLEY'S ADVENTURE. A Story With a Moral. OLD HIRAM GORMLEY was an individual whom fortune had not forgotten in her distribution of the good things of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

THE TIMES, JfEW BLOOMFIELl), PA.. AUGUST 27, 1878. A WOMAN'S MISTAKE. , MISS JESSAMINE hail just emerg ed, yawning, from her bed-room, although the tun was five hours high and Its merry elgzag of gold were pencil ing the casements, after a pattern which no artist under heaven could hope to imitate. And Kitty, the colored maid who had accompanied her mistress from Mobile, and regarded this Northern climate as a very Polar region, was attending her with chocolate. Vienna bread and a broiled chicken's wing. George Jessamine was on a visit to her father's cousin, Mrs. Hartley. MaJ. Joseph Jessamine, her father, had been a well-to-do planter in Alabama before the war, but he was neither more nor less, at present, than a genteel beggar, nd Mrs. Dartley 's Invitation to Georgia had been hailed with delight. ' , " I only wish she had asked me, too," said the major. So Georgia Jessamine was supplied with an elegant wardrobe (purchased mostly on credit) and went North, to seek her fortune. Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

; THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. , AUGUST 27, , 1978. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PA88ENCIEK TRAINS. May 12uT, 1878. rKAINS LEAVE UAKKI8BVRO AS FOLLOWS For New York, (it 8.20, 8.10 a.m. Loop. m., and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at 8.20, g.lo, 9.46 a.m. 2.00 aud 8.67 p. In. Kor Heading, at 6,20, S.10, 9.45 a. m. and 2.00 8.67 and 7.5ft. For Fottsvllle at 8.20, 8.10 a. m., and 8.67 p. in., and via Schuylkill and Busquehamia Branch at 2.40 p. in. For Auburn via B. S B. Br. at 5.80 a. m. For Allentown,at6.20, 8.10 a. m., and at 2.00, 3.67 and 7.66 p. m. The 5.20, 8.10 a. m., and 7.65 p. m., trains have through cam for New York. The 6.20, a. m.. and 2.00 p.m., trains have through cars (or Philadelphia. BUNDAYHt For New York, at 6.20 a. m. ForAllentown mid Way Stations at 8.20 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Statlousat 1.43 p. m. TRAINS FOB II ARIURP.URG, LEAVE A8 FOL LOWS i leave New York, at 8.46 a. m., 1.00, S.SOand 7.45 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, at 9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

4 Tllli T1MES,! NEW BL00MF1EL1),' i'A.,' AUGUST1 27, 1878. THE TIMES. Aew Bloom field, August 27, 1878. NOTICE TO ADVERTISE 119. H Ont or Hternotyps will he Inserted Inthll paper n lurbt f ce aud ou nitiUI bus. "Twenty per rent. In ejeeM of regular rte, will be ohat-Ked (or advertisements set iu Double Column. NOTICE TO nunMCHIBEIll. I.nrtk it the flmiren on the label of your parer. ThoeetlurnroHtpH vnu ilir lint In Tvlilcli yonrsnli rrlptlnn U linld. Within i wwk alter money la aent, nee If the date la changed. No other receipt la neoeaaarr. Govehnor IlAinnANFT has issued bis proclamation declaring tbe new county of Lackawanna established. The officers have been appointed and politically stand, seven Democrats, five Republicans and four " Nationals." Professor Nicholl, of Pittsburgh, who sued for divorce on the ground of Laving been deceived about the age of his bride, by false hair, cosmetics, &&, lias gained his suit, and a bill will be granted, lie has now brought an act...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

TilK TIMES, 'NEW BLOOMFIELD,' $A. 'AUGUST 27; 1678. THE TIMES. vt :t.i: Lodkl l)cp;xi'tneit. PINNSYLVANIA B. B.-MIDDIJJ DIVISION. On and after June 85th, Tralna run as follows i WEHTWAUD. EASTWARD. WyiMiilt A c.o. PaiiajTr'u Tr'u l'nitcii'iL Stations. J'MiMalliAU'.l M1TI. Ex. Tr'n Ex. Aco. a. v. P.M. A.M. e.uoi r. n . !. Bll .43 6'J .( P. M, ! s.ao t 4H 5S 16 40 111 1. 10 7. an J.4i 7.M narrlsburg. U.Kvllle. ftaryMvllle, lum-aiiuuu, llally' Newport Mlllcrntown. 1.80, 8.18 lO.wl 46 in 7.47 7.M 7.1) 7(W 6.40 WW .It i.ss .oi s.i B.4S ii. m. J. no 10. sol LSI S.4.1 a m 8.IH 33 I. an J.M 7.l' 14 .H4 U.M S.43 .aol d. iii, in TllompBOUt'U. meiico,.. ...... Tort Royal.... IU.IU it). 42 11.14 18.20 1.15 l.M 8.00 II Ml (i. Ilh P. III! 4.1X1: 41.37! 4 Mi B.mi .4 7. SO Ill I II Mil yt I.OWfNtOWn J.i Anclpinon'a,... MoWytown,., 11.04 , 8.40 8.49 I 10.R4 8. of 1. 2:1 10.10 i 47! 11.117: 4. IS MM . Ml B.B4) .M S. 18 9.80 A.lri n. unmninii, llitntlnKduu,. Tyrone Allooua r.H.i P.M.I A.. P.M.IP.M. rw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AUGUST ,27, , 1878. ljc gloomftdtr imts. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. W Invite mmmnnlonHnin from nil por.on who sre Inti.reatwl lu uiattttrfl properly belntiKluff to this de partment. To Make Hens Lay. Put two or moo quarts of water In a kettle, and one large seed pepper or two entail ones, then jiut the kettle over the Are. When the water holla, stir In course Indian menl until ynu have a thick mush. Let It cook an hour or so ; feed hot. Horse radish chopped fine and stirred Into naush, as prepared under the above directions, Is also very good ; and for results we are getting from five to ten eggs per day, whereas, previous to this feeding, we had not had eggs for a long time. We hear a great dual of complaining from other people about not getting eggs. To such we would recommend cooked feed hot. Dolled apple skins, seasoned with red pepper, or boiled potatoes, seasoned with liorso raddlsh, and good for feed, much better than uncooked food. Corn, when fe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AUGUST 27, 1878. Professional Cnrds. JE. JUNKIN, Attorney-att.aw, Now HUmmlleld, Perry CO., F. aronioe Next door to the residence ot J urine Juukln. 5tf AM. MAKKKI, Attorney-at-Law, New lMooiiilleia, Perry oounty, Pa. fcsf" Oftlce directly opposite the Poet-Offlce, and adjoining the Mansion House. TltWlS POTT Kit ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEKKYCO..PA. lClnlms ' promptly secured ' collected Writ ings and all Mai business oarefully at tend ed to. ayi CIIAKLKS H. RMILEY, Attorney at Law. New Uloomllnld, Perry Co. Pa. sVOmoewlth 0. A. Barnett, Esq., on IllKn Btreet. north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte. tlaa Onuroh. August 8U.1H78. TITM. A. 8PONSI.EK, Attorney-at-Law, W Ofllce adjoining hie residence, on East Main street, New llloonilleld, Perry oo., Pa. 88 ly JOHN O. BHATTO, Rurneon Dentist, New llloomlleld, Perryoo., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Horglcal Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable prices. . . sVOHlce at his reside...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 August 1878

8 Powder Explosion at Pottsvllle. roTTBViM.P., Pa., August 17. During ft storm, about four o'clock this afternoon, the powdor magazine of II. A. "NYelcly & , Co., oo the outskirts of this ptaoe, : Was struck by lightning, There were;elevon hundred kegs of powder stored in the building, and a terrible explosion immedi ately ensued completely demolishing the mngazino, aud scattering the debris with terrible force In an easterly direction making a gap In the woods fifty feet wide. A pionlckiug party was assemblod In the woods a short distance below the maga zine, and several of the party were more or less injured by the flying stones, Um bers, etc. John Waaler, a boy named Vaugh, and a son of Andrew Gallagher, were killed. A daughter of "William Drazlcr had her legs crushed so badly that amputation is nocessary. Richard Stevens, leg badly cut ; David Thomas' foot crush ed ; Henry James, bruished about the body and legs broken ; War. Roese, leg crushed amputated. The house of Henry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 September 1878

Kg) s-iv ,lllV.IIHI:.li "lli:illirlllltililillllllll!'.ll:llW VOL. XII. NEW BLOOMFIELD, P-A.., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1878. NO. 6. liS'f m l. rAKVebtasss ion, I Mini I Sf9.T S- Wl - k J I I LJW IV W 1 . 1 ' , 1 1 THE TIMES. In Independent Family Newspaper, 18 PUBLISHED BVIRT TUESDAY BT F. MORTIMER & CO. suBscnirnuN r it i c e . (WITHIS THB COUNT!. One Year, tl 2. Six Months, 75 (OUT 0 THB COUNTT. iOn Year, (Postage Included) 1 50 Six Mouths, ( Postage Included) 83 Invariably In Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. For The Bloomfleld Times. SCHOOL-GIRLS. TO MIRK LULU WALTON. American school-vrirls, I believe, have the most be wltehiiiK beauty hi the world. John Burroughs : Winter Runhhink. The delicious faces of children, the beauty of school- flrla, " the sweet seriousness of sixteen" we now hnw these forms thrill, pnrnlyze, provoke, inspire and enlarigo us. H. W. Kmkrhon ; Thk Conuuct OF Life. There are no prettier creatures Upon the face of earth, In figure ...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 3, 1878. An Express Messenger's Story. ABOUT eight years ago, when I had not railroaded It as long as I have now, I was employed as a messenger on a Western railway. I don't know as It la necessary for me to say Just what Hue It was, but I will call It the B. T. A O. It. It., just to save myself the trouble of pronouncing the whole name. I had been on the run more than a month previous to the date of the occur rence of w hich I am going to tell you. I had been running on a branch route for more than a year, and I might have staid there a good deol longer, If I had not been chosen to take Faxon's place when he went off. You see two or three attempts had been made to rob the ex press car, and at last, at the end of a long run Faxon was found dead In the car with a bullet hole In his head. But the safe was closed tight and secure, though an attempt had been made to blow It open, which proved Ineffectual. But the strangest part of it was that t...

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

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. SEPTEMBER 3, 1878. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. May VJtth, 1878. TRA1N8 LEAVE H ARRISBURO A8 FOLLOWS For New York, at 5.20, 8.10 a. m. loop, m., and T.M p. m. . For Philadelphia, at B.SO, g.io, MS a.m. x.00 ana .r7 p. in. For Headlua. at B.20. 8.10. 9.45 a.m. and 2.00 3.R7 and 7.M. . For Pottsvllle at 8.20. 8.10 a. m.. and l.fiT B. m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna ranch at 2.40 p. m. Fur Auburn via 8. & S. Br. at 8.80 a. m. For Allentown, at 8.20, 8.1Ua. m., and at 2.00, 8.57 and 7.65 p. m. . , The 5.20, 8.10 a. hi., and 7.5 p. m., trains have through oars lor New York. The 6.20, a. in., and 2.00 p.m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS I For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Htatlons at 8.?a. m. For Reading, Philadelphia and Way Statlonsat 1.45 p. m. TRAINS FOR IIARlttSBURQ, LEAVE AS FOL LOWS I Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 8.30 and 7.45 p. m. Leave rhllndelphla, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 September 1878

4 THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 3, 1878. THE TIMES. Aew Bloom field, Sept. 3, 1S7S. SOTICK TO ADVKUTISKRS. Hn Cul or Rtmntvp will ho Imnrtrd in thli pr nalHM llht face iid uu mell bin. SWTfffiMv per will tnnrm of rrimlar rJ, will txohMKedlurailvertlKODirnu letin Double Column. KOTICR TO HUHHCRIBEBM. l.nnk t the flvnmi on the label of ronr pier. Thonenioirextell vou llm ilnm to whleli your tinb. t-rtptlnitlttnnld. Within 8 weekyaltrr money la tent, If tho date la cbauited. No otlier recoil la ueceaaarv. REMOVAL I We will remove to our new building on the opposite aide of the street, next week. We intended to remove this week, but a rush of Job work prevents us. The ItErunLicAN Conferees of tho Eighteenth district, comprising the counties of Fulton, Franklin, Hunting don, Snyder, Juniata and Perry, met at Newport on Thursday and nominated Horatio O. Fisher, of Huntingdon coun ty, as the Republican candidate for Con gress. - In many parts of the State a strong feeling of di...

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

THE TIMES, THE TIMES. Iodhl l)epttftnert. PENNSYLVANIA B. R.-VIIDDLB tlVISION. On and sfter JuueMtu, Trains run u follow! I WESTWARD. EASTWARD. Wny Mitll Ace. Cm Tr'uTr'u 1'niwniPAli Stations. J 'III Ex. Mall i All. Mfft. Aoe. 1'r'lli Si. 8.00 II. i) ' Ilarrlnbunr, .M. P.W.pP.M. P.H A.M. 1.80 s'.lli lil.bil via 845 s;i6 111 1.47 J.W 7.10 7.00 0.40 S.1S, .4s: sat l.M 6.M i Miti.7Bini. ll.b.kuIIU I .fir 7. Ml I. UK .! 40 lii 7.1(1 bunrtiiuou, linlly'R Newport,,.,... MlllfTHtUWll, Thutiiioout'n. 11. Ml 7. mi 10.90 .M HSU Ml P4H t.ai I.4H a.u I. ok 7.00 M l.M 19.99 .49, e.twi a.io; f.W t.4 1.911 nieiieo i P.trf II. .V.I . . 1 1(1.1(1 III. 411 11 14 11.40 I. IK I.M l.w: e.ou 4.0V 4.S7 4.M e.mi .H4 7.2(1. MifTlltl. ....I... I II M 6. (ft ?10 o.io I,ewitown J., 11.04, t.4U ."; AmlerfHin'll.. I MeVeytowH,.. N. Hamilton,. HllutliiKilou,..; Tyrone ' Aitoonii, ll.M tM S.W! 10.10 4 47 9.H7 4. IS 7.W B.M S.SS 6.SO1 S.I6 t.M 8.15; A.M. P.M. P.H.I P.H.I tv-pithihtmr r.vnrAim lonves Hurrlnhnrir at ...

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

v; THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TAM SEPTEMBER 3, 1878. llt Ioomfidb fimc5. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We Invite cnmmnnlrstlon fpitn til person who are IntrrpHteii iu uisttera properly belonging to tula Ue. inrtmtint. Raiting Honei. I believe It pays a farmer to mlse his own colU with an tf or two. First, if you have a deep-cheated, utrong-llmbed, keen-eyed, good-tempered mnre. Sec ond, if you know enough to train a first claHs oolt when raised. If you have a mare defective in wind, limb, or disposition, don't for hu inan ity 'g snke perpetuate these defects. There is no department of husbandry in which such utter want of judgment and even common sense 1b used as in breed ing horses. Three-fourths of all the old, soft-boned, broken winded, deformed mares in the country are breeding, and nine-tenths of the fine bred, splendid mares are seldom if ever bred. My ad vice is, never breed any but a flrst-cliiss mare; don't be guilty of knowingly rais ing a poor colt; it never pnys to train or we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 September 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.!, SEPTEMBER 3, 1878. 7 Professional Cards. JB. JUNKlN.Attnrneyat-I.aw, a New Hlonmneld, Perry eo,, Fa. rortlee Neit dour to the residence of Judas Jnuklu. ftf A M. MARKET.. Attorney-at-Law, New llluumlleld. Ferry county, Pa. I-JT" Onice directly opposite the Post-0 Ulce, and adjoining tbe Mansion llouse. T KW19 rOTTKU, " . AXTOUSEYATLAW, NBWBLOOMFIELD, FKRBYCO..PA. -Claims promptly secured eollected Wrltlugsaud all legal business carefully attend ed to. "yi OtIAKLES II. SMILRY, Attorney at Law. New liluomlleld, Ferry Co. Pa. .Omowlth 0. A. Burnett. Esq., on HlKb Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte. riaa Church. August 21), 1872. "IITM. A. BPONHLEH, Attorney-at-Law, V Olllce adjoining. Ms residence, on East Main street, New Woumileld, Perry oo., Pa 8 il ly JOHN 0. 8IIATT0, Burgeon Dentist, New Bloomtleld, l'erryeo., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable Privorflce at his residence one ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 September 1878

THE TIMES, NEW! , BLOOMFIELD, TA.i SEPTEMBER 3, 1878.! In a Doomed Village. A letter written from "Memphis ou tlio 19 tli ult., given a .vivid description of the condition of Grenada, The writer says that twolve houses to the right and seeu to tlioluH of his home were deserted, nud foe boni s together not a person was Keen stliing In a once happy neighborhood. The groceries were closed, noarly all of their proprietor having fallen victims to the scourge. Being assured by physicians that one who has recovered from yellow fever is exempt from it ever afterward, the writer tried to find his acquaintances and assist thorn. He says: " 1 saw at least ten of them dead, and scores of them dying, or slowly awaiting the crisis of the epidemic It was appal ling to behold young and old women hud dled together in some by-way, trembling, praying, Bobbing, and casting despairiug glances iu every direction, not knowing whither to go. Mothers abandoned their stricken children ; wives lied in terror ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 September 1878

ItttMWMVMUMNrl - VOL. XII. JSTliTVV BLOOMFIELD, JEJ., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1878. NO. 37. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Newspaper, IB PUBLIBHBD IVEHT TUBSDAT BT F. MOllTBJEll & CO. 8 U 11 9 C H I 1' X 1 O M 1MUCE, (WITHIK THE C0UKT1'. One Year Jl 2S Bix Months 75 (OUT OF THB COCHTT. One Year, (Poitase Included) II PO ix Months, (Postage included) 85 Invariably iu Advance I W Advertising rates furnished upon appll 'Cation. $eledt Poetry. "Man Proposes." "We parted one eve at the garden gate When the dew was on the heather, And I promised my love to come back to her, Ere the pleasant autum weather That we twain might wed When the leaveB were red, And live and love together. BUT ANOTHER MAN DISPOSES. I found my love at the garden gate, Just where I expected to find her, And I found, also, too awfully late That her father was right behind her And he gave me a " toot" With a government boot, That shattered my day dreams, kinder. WEIGHING A SHOP GIRL. A ND you really fancy yoursel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 September 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BL0OMF1ELD, PA .. SEPTEMBER 10, 1878. A BOY'S LESSON. "tTAVE you examined that bill, IT James ?' . "Yes, sir." : ' " Anything wrong V' ' "I find two errors." " Ahl let uie see." The 1ml handed the employer a long bill that had been rilueeil upon his desk for examination. " Here Is an error In the calculation of ten dollars which they hnvemadeagalnst themselves i and another of ten dollars in the footing." 11 Also against themselves ?" " Yes, sir." ' The merchant smiled In a 'p ay that atruek the lad as peculiar. f " Twenty dollars against themselves," lie remarked In a kind of pleasant sur prise. " Trusty clerks they must have." " Shall I correct the figures?" asked the lad. "No! let them correct their own mis takes; we don't examine bills foj other people's benefit," replied the merchant. " It will be time to rectify those errors when they find them out. All so much gain as it now stands." The boy's delicate moral sense was shocked at so unexpected a remark. He was t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 September 1878

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. SEPTEMBER 10, 1878. 3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R ARRANGEMENT OF P A88BNO E 11 T RAIN 8. May I2lh", 1878. TRAINS LEAVE H AKRI8BCKQ AS FOLLOWS For New York, at 6.20, 8.10 . m. 2.oop. m., and 7.M p. m. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, 8.10, 0.46 a.m. 2.00 and 8.5? p. in. For Read I UK, at 6.20, 8.10, 9.46 a. m. and 2.00 3.57 and 7.fA For PuttHVlllo at 6.20. 8.10 a. m and 8.67 p. m., and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at 2.40 p. m. For Auburn via H. & 8. Br. at 6.30 a. m. For Allentown, atft.20, 8.10a. m., and at 2.00, 3.67 and 7.66 p. m. Iha 5. a I. 8.10 a. m., and 7.66 p. m., trains have through cars for New York. The 6.20, a. in., and 2.0U p.m., trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUNDAYS i For New York, at 6.20 a. m. For Allentown and Way Stations at 6.20a.m. For Keadiug, Philadelphia and Way Statlousat 1.45 p. in. TRAINS FOR HARRISBUHG.LEAVK AS FOL LOWS : Leave New York, ut 8.45 a. m., 1.00, S.SOand 7.45 p. m. Leave Philadelp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 September 1878

4 THE TIMES, NEW. BL00MFIEL1), TA., SETTKMBEK 10, 1878. THE TIMES. New Bloomfleld, Sept. 10, 1878. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Ko Cot or Htirotype will ho Inserted 111 this purer nalew llirht face sud uu metal baao. tWTwenty per cent, m fxrem of rcirnlar rules, will be ohanred tor advertiaeuieuM set In Duuble Column. NOTICE TO BUIINCRlBERt. Look it tho flioirM on the label of your paper, Those Mmirea tell vu rim ditto In which yonr sub rrlpllnn lannld. Within weeka alter motley la sent, aee If the data la changed. No other receipt la neceaiarr. The Commission to select a site for a new penitentiary for the Middle Dis trict of Pennsylvania held a meeting In Philadelphia on ' Friday. Charles T. Jones was selected chairman, George I. Young, secretary, and Henry Rawle, treasurer. After some informal business had been transacted, the commssion ad journed to meet at Harrlsburg on the 23rd of this month. i The GREENnACKEiis make their first victory in the Congressional elections. Mr. Bradley Ba...

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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