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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

tljc lncs, New Blooinficlu, JjJa. 5 fat loomfitlb Jlhnts. Tuesday, April IS, 1871. jLOCATj DETA11T MEN T. OUR TERMS Irc One Dollar a Year in Advance Proceedings of Presbytery. Tho Car lisle Presbytery met in the court house in :hiB place, on Tuesday evening of last week at 7 o'clock. The ojicning sermon was preached by Kcv. Tr. Strong-, of tho Third street church, llarrisburg, from the text, 'What think yo of Christ? whose son is he?' Tho sermon was it clear, scriptural argu ment on the two-fold nature of the Saviour. Tlio preacher quoted many pnssagewlieroin Christ is represented as inferior' to the Father, and many on the other, band, de claring him equal with tho Father, This seeming inconsistency was' readily recon ciled by the human ami divine nature exist ing in tlie ono person of Christ, tho' first passages referring to his human, and the last to his divine nature. The sermon was a very able and well delivered ono, and was listened to by a largo and attentive audi ence. . - T...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

6 CTljc imc$, Htm Bloomfictft, Pa, A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY ' Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS rhotographs t rhotosraphs ! tot gloomfiuo . gimts. ; rMe.rttf, apTsTT'1 ! C T 151 SOAP, n FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS A Franklin County Fruit Farm. Mr. Tobias Martin, of Mercersburg, franklin county, Pa., has a fruit farm of 30 acres, with 5,000 trees, consisting of ' applo, pear, peach, and cherry trees, and I 3,000 grape vines. This ho named tho Franklin Garden, and it lias now been bearing for five years. ' .Last year he had an abundant crop at pears, peaches, nnd grapes, and wus not anxious to sell any from the ground, as he canned his fruit in gallon cans and then marketed it. His Susquehanna peaches averaged him 80 a bushel. Ho sent five tons to market. Ho realized $300 for canned fruit, which was sent to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Montreal, and even some to England. His land is a rich gravel, a little mixed with sand, lays ligh,on a southern slope, almost surround ed by...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

t l)c $imc5, NctD Blaomftcli), JJa, Fhiladclphin Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, OF Blatchloy's Cucumber ' TllADE gj) MARK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring SlUfiCA feet In length, or sufficient in the ii ri cgate lor A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Simple In Construction Eay in Operation (firing no Tastt to the Water Du rableand Cheap. These prnnn are their own bent recommendation. For Nile ly Dealers In Hardware and Agricultu ral Implements, numbers, l'ump Makers, &c, tlirniigliout the country. Circulars, He., furnish ed upon application hy mail or otherwise. Single pumps forwarded to parties In towns where I have no agents upon tliu receipt of the retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump bears my trade mark as above, as 1 guarantee no other, 3. Office and Ware-room, Kos. Gil and sal Filbert Street, 5 1310 PHILADELPHIA, PA. jrThese Tunips can be ordered of the Manu faclurer, or V. Mortimer & Co., New liloomlleld. SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, lSooli.scIler.s &...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 18 April 1871

8 lje mco, Nero SHoomftclii, J)a. Miscellaneous News Items. SSS" On Sunday nigftt it week, three barns and other property wore destroyed by firo in Allcntown. &iT The expenses of York county lust year amounted to $ I for every man, wo man and child in the comity. ew Mrs. .J. 1. Mceks, u widow, fell down stairs, in Newport, Kentucky, re cently, breaking her neck, and her child, five years old, was killed tho same hour, by a runaway horse. Jt&r Last Monday, the wife of Chas. Hwnn, of Franklin was so severely burn :d that her physicians have no hopes of her recovery. Cause, kindling a lire in tho Btovo with crude nil. Sfefir A violent snow storm commenced at Sioux City, Iowa, on Sunday uijrht, tho 9th iust., uud rajied furiously. Tho roads aro blocked, the telegraph wires down, and other duuiugcs has been done. ST A wind storm at Keokuk, Towa, on the 11th inst., blew the roof off tho Catholic church, also the roof off the wholesale dry-goods house of Irvin & Phillips, burst...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

in IK 1 1? muimi i Alf INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. rLI Vol. "V. Now J31ooiiittoll, Xn,., Tucsaixy, April 25, 171. IVo. T7. Is Published Weekly, At New KloomflcM, Tenn'a. FRANK MORTIMER. BUB8CKirTION TERMS. ONE DOLL All rEll YE A II t GO Cents ford Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN A.rVAlCIC. A CALIFORNIA WEDDING. 'CO JL lived over in the canon ; there were thirty of us in the gang, and we had four cabins with a store houso, which was gen eral property. We all worked hard through tho week, and on Sunday did our washing and caught our houso work up a little. I suppose we would liavo bocn called a hard not, but we were not any rougher than men generally get living oft" by themselves for a year or two. "Eight of us camped together, and each of us had as distinct an Individuality as though wo represented different nations. Somehow he had all acquired a sobriquet which was acknowledged to bo character istic, and we were called by it in camp to the complete ignoring of our real names. "Th...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

2 STIjc imc0, NttD Blaomftelir, Ja, A FORTUNATE MISTAKE. BY P. DELACV. GEORGE UAKTON was n merchant, who lived in tlio city of Elmira. Ilo lind been successful in amassing a lurgo fortune, and looked upon money ns the essence of nil good. Did you tell him of tho iupcrior qualities of any per son, lie would ask, " How much is he worth V and if the answer was not sat isfactory in that respect, he was at once put down as of littlo account in the esti mation of Mr. Uurton. Holding the views ho did on this sub ject, it was not to bo wondered at, that when James Carson asked Mr. Uar- ' ton for permission to marry his daugh ter Augusta, who was a very pretty girl only twenty years of age, that con Kent was readily given, because James ('arson was quite wealthy, and though nearly sixty years of age, and anything but prepossessing in appearance, in Mr. Harton's estimation, his money nmdo him a desirable son-in-law. Augusta's mother had entirely different views on this subject, and believed t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

I)c times, Nciu Bloomftclii, Ja. Offic of J. B. DOBBINS, 423 North Eighth St., PhllstcU. Dolibins Vegetable A color and dressing that will not burn the hair or injure the head. It doeB not produce a color mechanically, as the poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores the hair to its original color and lustre, by supplying new life and vigor. It causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and safest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. JVA-TTJlll-rH Hair Restorative ! Contains NO iJc Hl'M'HUR No KITH A R OF JjKAI) No UTHAROK No NITKATK OK HII.VKK, and in entlrtdy frre (rom the poisonous and Health-destroying- Drugs used in other Hair 1'reparations. Transparent and clear as crystal, it will not noil the finest (nlirio perfectly HAKE, ('LEAN, and KKFICIKNT desideratum LONG HOUOHT FOR ANU.FOUNU AX J. ANT I It restores and prevents tho Hair from becom. Inn Uray, Imparts a soft, (lossy apearance, re moves Dandruff, Is cool...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

ljc imc0, NciU'BlaomftcliJ, flew lt Ioomfitltr faints. ADVERTISING 'JtATKSl Transient 8 Cents per line Tor one Insertion. 13 " " twolnscrtlrms 15 " " " three Inscrtlone. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per lino. Notices of Marriages or Denths Inserted free. Tributes of ltcspoct, &c., Ten cents per line. Ohituury notices over live lines. 6 cents per line. . YEAni.Y ADVERTISEMENTS. ' ' One Bquarc, ono year $13 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be mndc. Ten Line Nonpareil or one Inch, is one squaro. NEW BLOOMFIELD, I'ENN'A. Tuesday, April 25, 1S71. Conoress hits adjourned.' The session has Dot boon productive of tulich good. It is a pity thut tho state legislature does nut follow their example and adjourn too. They might as well for all tho good they appear to he doing. ';' The Ku Klux bill was passed hy con gress previous to their ndjouruuieut uud was ut ouco siguod by tho President uud has therefore become u hw. . .Tiui...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

Zl)t Simcs, New DloomftclJr, )a. 4 JUST Tuesday, April 2.1, JS71. LOCAL J UFA R T M 1C X T. OUR TERMS Are One Hollar a X car in Advance Back lumbers. Wo cannot " furnish back numbers asltcd for. Tho Jury Notice as previously published bad a portion of tbr names omit tctl. Tbo list will bo found corrected this vflfitk. Mailing Machine. In order to iliereaso our facilities for mailing, wo bavo placed a mailing macbino in our oflivc. , In thn. hur ry t setting ip tbo names' some mistakes bavo been madp which wo hopo to have corrected before finolher weeks issue. Hall. So fartbM season, bail storms bavo boon unusually frequent. - On Thurs day last ono ngain visited portions of tbo county doing some damngo to glass in somo places. In this borough their was neither rain or bail. ' i A Lecture will bo delivered in Blain Ly ceum Hall, by I'rofessor J. C. Layanl. Subject "fan Domingo." Admission 25 cents. For further iarliculars apply to ISlain Select School. ,v . " Fire in SUllerslmrg. On T...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

ljc Stimcs, New Bloomftcfo, fta. 6 Tuesday, April 25, 1871. FAUM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Make a Roller. No farmer should be without a roller. It is invaluable in making to ground hard nfter tho spring grain is sown, thus help ing to protect iroui drouth, and what is bettor, preparing the ground for the mow ing machine, after the grain is out and the grass grown. A cast-iron roller is the best, but it can bo liiado of wood, and if the farmer has leisure and a suitable tree, he can do it himself, and thus save a few dollars. Take the butt of a white oak, chestnut will answer cut it three feet and a half long, and then on to each cod spike an inch and a half plank a foot square- Through these and into each end of tho l"g, exactly in the centre, bore holes six inches deep. Drive into these holes an iron linch-pin. Now, hang the log, either on some sturdy crotches, or otherwise, and then hew it until it is perfectly round. Take two walnut strad dles, ten feet long and four inches thro at the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

I)c tmc0, Nob BlopmfidivlJa. riiiliulelphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, OP Blatchley's Cucumber TRADE MAHK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 213,W feet In loncth, or sufficient in the ngrogate for A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Simple in Construction Easy in Operation ('iving no Tate to the Water Du rable and Cheap. Those pumps are their own host recommendation . For nale by Dcnlers In Hardware and Afirlvullu rul Implements, Plumbers, Pump Makers, &c., throughout the country . Circulars, &e., furnish ed upon application by mail or otherwise. HIiirIo pumps forwarded to parties 111 towns where I have no ugcuts upon Hie receipt of tho retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump boars my tiiulo mark as above, as I guarantee no other, 9. Olllce and Ware-room, Nos. 0l!4 and KM Filbert Street, 3 llltfl U'HILADELPIlfA, PA. S-Theso Pumps can be ordered of the Manu facturer, orF. Mortimer & Co., New llloomtield. SOWER, BARNES & TOTTS, ISooltHcller & Sfationcr...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 25 April 1871

8 jc imt3, iNttw Bloomficlir, )a. Miscellaneous News Items. ttsgTlio Prcsliyteriiins uro biiililiiijr a bno parsonage ut JJuupliin. tfrir A little one, nfter undergoing the ODpluusant operation of vaccination, ex cluiiiied : "Now I won't lwvo to bo bap tised' will I V fSrTlicre is a sun-dial in front of the " Sinters' House," in Bcthleliotu, which was erected in 1744, two years nf'ter the eetlleuiutit ot that place. tec?" An oil train on the Erie road was burned on Sunday last near Monroe, Now York. , Tbo lire was occasioned by sparks from an express train. Jfcay Tlio youn lady at Troy, New York, who during the last four years has earned ?,oU3 Willi her tewing machine, during that time stiched no less than fi38,C52 collars. JteaS" A New Iliunpsliiro young lady, Mary IJrockway, celebrated her 104th birthday in hast W uliitiL'ton, by Ppiit tinn and currying into the house half a 5ord of wood. US Tho Governor has been notified that Newton J. Cooper, sheriff of Douglass county, 111., ha...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

Wl lr jfl 1 il ;i fttttltll W I 1 AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. jiJLIT Vol. "V. IYoav DBiooiiiiloia, Xfi., rX1iieKclny, Mny 3, 1S71. IVo. IS. loomfitlb (pure. Is rublished Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, rcnn'n. BY FRANK MORTIMER. flUBSCllirTIOK TEKMS. OXE DOLLAR lyEU YE A It I GO Cents for 6 Months; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN A.IV-A.IS01i:. MRS. HARTFIELD'S ESCAPE. IT wns not quite a year since Mr. George Ilartfleld, tlio leading solicitor iu tho market-town of Norbury, had returned from his honey-moon tour, bringing with him tlio prettiest little wife that tho good old town had boasted for a long time. George was only thirty years of ago, but his wife looked a mere girl, and was at least cloven years his junior ; much to tho disgust of more mature damsels who would bo very willing to step into tho proprietor ship of tho good-looking young lawyer and his prim, respectable old house, which was ono of tho most conspicuous dwellings iu tho upper and more rural part of High street. Mr. Il...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

2 Gtljc imcs, New Bloomftctit, Ja. Ho found a sheltered nook by ono of llie pnddlo boxes, und here Mrs. Ilarl field sat eonii'ortubly wrapped in shnwls nnd railway ru;j;s, nnd ntnuscd by her fcl-low-truvelcr's convcrstition. He seemed now in tho highest possible spirits, nnd did his uttermost to entertain lier j but well ns he succeeded in doinp this, he eould not iniiko her quite unconscious of tho passage of time. " I thought the steamer crossed in tin hour and ft hulf," suit! slio ; but wo have surely been more thun two hours on j board." j " 0, dear no, I think not. There's a i Hood deal of wind to-nipht, however ; so i I dare say they will be a little lunger than usual." j Mrs. Jlartlicld questioned him about j tho timo more than onco after this, but j ho was unable to givo her any definite j answer. j It is all right, he said vaguely, and his j spirits mounted as tho boat plunged gaily I through tho water. With tho tirst. gleam ot morning tncy ncarcd the shore. Their luggage w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

ljc Grimes, Nero Bloomficlii, )o. 3 . Offlsi of J. S. DOBBINS, : . 493 North Eighth St., Phtlada. Dobbins Vegetable A color and dressing that will not burn tho hair or injure the head. It does not produce a color mechanically, m the poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores the hair to its original color and lustre, by supplying new life and vigor. It causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine hair. The best and safest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. IVA-TTJltl-rH Hair Restorative ! hi Contains NO I.AC St'LI'llClt No SPtt AH OH I.KAD No I.lTHAIMiK No N1TUATK OK MI.VKK. anil In entirely free from the Poisonous anil Health-destroying- iii-iiks used in other Hair Preparations. Transparent and clear as crystal, It will not soil the Illicit fabric perfectly KAKIi, CLEAN, and KKPlCHiNT desideratum I.ONU .SOUGHT I'OK AND.FOIND AT J. AST I It restores and prevents the Hair from becom Inx tlray. Imparts a soft, flossy aiiearance, re m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

'4 ADVEItTlSING RATKSl Tratulent 8 Cents vicrllno for one Insertion. 13 " " ' two Insertions 18 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 CcntB per lino. Notices of Marrlapres or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over live lines, 5 cents per line. YKAltLT ADVUTtTIBEMF.NTS. One Square, one year 'la 00 Two Squares per year 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will bo mado. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BLOtDIFIELD, TENN'A. Tuenday, May 2, 1871. The "Border Cluim" bill has passed the Htato Senate. B"A meeting of tbo directors of tlie llirce coal oouipauieswns held on the 27th ult., at Scran ton. They decline to meet the committee, of miners, statiug that the local officers will receive communica tions should the miners bnve any to make. It is stated that the Supremo Court of the U. S. have decided iu fuvor of the "Legal Tender Act" entirely over ruling the former decision. This l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

Ijc . Wants? Wcto Bloomftclii, JJn. 15 i I lit loomfitlb imt$. Tuesday, May 3, 1871. local nisPAnrMKAyr. OUR TERMS Are Onepvllara Year in Advance Hark Solicc Tho highest market price will he paid forhurk delivered at the Bloom field Tannery. 2t Concert. An entertainment consisting of vocal and instrumental mimic will ho given hy Prof. J. II. Kurzcnknabe's music class, (75 voices) in this borough, on Tues day evening, May Oth, 1871. . Tho programme consists of quartettes, choruses, charades,ctc. : Tickets 25 cents, children 15 cents. The Carlisle Barracks. Orders have been issuod to the officers in chargo of tho Barracks at Carlislo to remove the proper ty and tho funds to St. Louis, and tho sta tion at Carlisle will bo no longer used as a sub depot for recruiting. Tho order di rects Surgeon Wright nnd an ordinance S crgcant to remain and take chargo of tho premises. , A Good Joke. A lady near this borough recently had a prescription' prepared by a physician; and after taking several...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

6 jc fflmcs, Nero Bloomftcli), J)a. Ik .. Tuemlatf, May 2, 1871. ! FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ! W fm'fte communlcattonsfrom nllnermMwhoarc interested in mutlert properly belonging to this department. Cultivation of reppermint. It is perhaps not geuerally knowu that iuunetiHC uantities of oil of peppermint are made in this country and arc shipped abroad ; but such is the cano, and the pro duction is every year increasing. Pure oil peppermint is worth in the New York market, by wholesale, ut the present date, from $3.50 to 83.87 per lb. A quarter of a century ago there was very little peppermint manufactured in the United States, and the buisncss is almost the entire growth of the last twenty years. At an early day immense quanti ties of wild mint spread over considerable portions of tho low land in Western New York and some of the Western States; but at that time people know very littlo about how to obtain tho oil. Kudo con trivances by way of distillation at lust came into vogue ; but...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

ljc imc0, New J3loomftcli, JOa. Philadelphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, OF Blatchley's Cucumber TliADi: .MAKK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 2I3..W feet In length, or milllclniit In tint aKiegale (or A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, Hiiiiplc t CouHti't'ftion Eai in Ojieration fMiig no T ante to the II Titer Du rable and t'heap. Those pumps are their own best recommendation . For wilt' by Dealers In Hardware and Agricultu nil Implements, Plumbers, Pump Makers, fcc, Ihrouuhout the country. Circulars, Ike, furnish el upon application by mail or otherwise. Slnclc iiiim)i forwarded to parties In towns where I have no agents upon the receipt of the retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump heart my Hade mark as above, as I guarantee no other. SuOlllce and Ware-room, Kos. (121 and lijii Filbert Street, . i: n 1 nil la Delphi a, pa. -Theso Pumps can be ordered of the Manu facturer, or F. Mortimer Si Co., New lllooinllcld. SOWER, BARNES & TOTTS, Itooliwellers fc Slnlfon...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 2 May 1871

8 Stljt Gtimco, Urn Blooiiiftclii," JJa. Miscellaneous News Items. JCny-A jury in Indiana, a few dnys since, nwu'rdod ti dumw: only nineteen conts damages fur brenoh of promise, nl thougli Bho cluiined $'J0,000. Kay The first and only calico printing establishment west of tho mountains, has been established at Cincinnati by an en terprising German. SSff- A minister not long ago preached from tho text, " 15c ye therefore steadfast," but tho printer made him expound from " l?o ye there for breakfast !" J6S5- South Shrewsbury, Mass., has just enjoyed tho first house a-firo that has happened thcro for uincty-fivc years. It is now proposed to start u fire engine and an insurance coiupuny. B-55At Washington, 1). C, the board of Aldermen have pusscd a resolution by only one dissenting voto, prohibiting cor poreal punishment in tho schools of that city. SQy-Mrs. Ellen Jordan, of Springfield township, Mercer county, died very sud denly on Monday of last week. She cooked and ate her breakfast...

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