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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

I)C trtcs, Ncu Dloqmficto, jTJct. 5. HIM. Tuesday, May 23, 1S71. LOCAL J) IcT'A It T M JJ N T. OUR TERMS .4re One Dollar a Year in. Advance Tlio Southern Pennsylvania railroad is almost completed as far as Jlerccrsburg, and will bo opened for tru flic in a few weeks It lias been leased to the Cumberland Val ley railroad company. Why Is It. Wo wonder why it is that a paper published within twenty-five miles of our ollico cannot reach lis in less than three or four days., The Dauphin Hr.jistcr which is issued on Friday morning, ought certainly eomo to hand on Saturday evening, yet wo never receive it till Monday and sometimes Tuesday, when it is too lato to bo of much benelit. Is the fault at tho oflieo of publi cation, or with tho post oflieo department '.' ' Pennsylvania College. Wo have leceiv cil the catalogue of this institution for 18T0 and 71. From this wo learn that tho pres ent total number of undergraduates is 144, while there are fi:l prepaiatorians, making a a total of 177...

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. — 23 May 1871

etlje irncs, New Bloomftelir, Jcu 6 fUromfitttr (pints. Tuesday, May 23, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We fnWte commtmicnfinnsfrom all permnwhonre interested in matters properly belonging to tliit department. For The Moomfleld Timet. A Horse's I'lilse and its Indications. Tho condition or the pulse is a consid eration of the utmost importance to tho veterinary practitioner. In most diseases lie has no other means equally ns good of determining tho actual stato ot his pa tient's system, and there is nothing which will guide him so well in forming his opinion in regard to tho necessity of bleeding. There can bo no considerable excitement of the system, from exercise, intense emotion, or disease, without caus iug a corresponding increased action of tho heart. This is ascertained by the pulse, and tho presence of disease is thus readily detected. The pulse may be dis covered and counted in several places on the horse's body, but nowhere is it so eas ily found as upon the underside of t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

l)t mcs, Nctu Bloomftclo, Jpa. 7 riilladclphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, 8,841 OF Blatcliloy's Cucumber TRADE MARK. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring 213,5! feet In length, or aulllclciit In the agrcgate fur A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, tiimph in Construction Easy in Operation Giving no Taste to tlm Water Du rable and Cheap. These pumps are their own best recommendation. For wile by Dealers In llardwaroaud Agricultu ral Implements, numbers, l'ump Makers, Ate., throughout the country. Circulars, Kc, furnish ed upon application by mail or otherwise. (Single pumps forwarded to parties In towns where 1 have no agents upon tho receipt ol the retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump bears my trade mark as above, as I guarantee uo oilier. B-Ollico and AVare-rooin, fcos. Gi!4 and ran Filbert Street, 613tf PHILADELPHIA, PA. S-Thcse 1'unips can bo ordered of the Manu facturer, or 1''. Mortimer & Co., New liUiotnlield. SOWER, BARNES & l'OTTS, ISookscllcrs fc Niatton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 May 1871

8 ljc Suites, New Sloomftcli), 3ci. Miscellaneous News Items. JBsaT A own-cnHt womnn could not at tend her father's I'uuernl because tho wiih bo busy house-cleaning. &3f" The chnpluin of the Kansas Stuto prison is Mrs. Lvdia Sexton, an old lady 70 years of ago. fita)-Jennie L. iruco bus obtained n verdict of $1, 173 from the Vermont and Massachusetts railroad nt Worcester, for injuries received on that read. tH& The liquor dealers of Williams port, Pa., have formed an association for protection against what they call the " encroachments" of temperance. JBSSf Mercantile failures and great dis tress are reported from Louisiana and Texas in consequence of the W price of cotton. fitay A contemporary says of a very prominent militia general, that " his sword was never drawn but once and then in a raffle." flfet?" Four children of J. Owen, of Wolfe creek, Ontagamio county, Wiscon sin, were poisoned last week, by eating wild parsnips, and three of them have died. flfiv Edward (lilb...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

J 'ft .111 'Z0.' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ' jl? "Vol. V. INoav 131ooiiiilell, rn., rr"neHajiy, 3Xtvy 3(), IVo. 352. J rublinhcd Weekly, At New Bloomfield, remVn. FRANK MORTIMER. BUBSCMPTION TKIlMS. ONUS DOLLAli 1'KK YEAlll 00 Cents for 6 Month 40 Cents for S Months, IIV ADVANCK. JUDGE HARLOW'S HELP. riUJERE was u young lawyer by tho 1 name of John Harlow practising law in New York twenty odd years ago. Ilia father lived not very far from my father. John had graduated with honors, had studied law, and had the good fortuuo to enter immediately into a partnership with his law preceptor, Ex-Gov. Blank. So eagerly had ho pursued his studies that for two years ho had not seen his coun try home. I think ono reason why he had not cared to visit it was that his mother was dead, nud his only sister was married and living in Boston. Take the "women-folks" out of a house, nnd it never seems much like home to a young man. But now, as Thanksgiving Bay drew near, he resolved to give himsel...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

jctlimcs., Ncw Bloomftclir, $)a. A I.UCKY LAttCKXY. 11V A f.AWYKH. I I! iVI. bachelor, nnd the undo of acouplo nl' nephews tlio ono u brother's, tho other ii sister's son. Those two wore his next nl' Lin, legally entitled, in ease lio died intestate, to inherit his property. I'M ward llorton, his deceased sister's sun. was decidedly liis favorite, nnd to liim i In: old gentleman resolved to give (lie hull, nl' his c.-tate. 'luo'los Courtney, the itln:r nephew, hud inherited a handsome i'urtuno from his lather, and moreover, by his uncle's will, was entitled to succeed to that left to hi- i iiii-in, in event of the hitter's dying without. isito. Old Mr. Courtney was one of the hnlost of bachelors, when it was suddenly an nounced, not only that ho was dead, hut that liiid play was suspected. A jiot , hi examination demonstrated that he hud fallen a victim to poison ; and it was given out that the hand that had administered it was that of his favorite nephew. The puhlie mind was natura...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

l)c hues, New Oloomficl :3a . Offlc of J. B. BOBBINS, a9 Nortli Eighth St., Fhilada. DoibMiis UJl VECETABLEmf. A color aud dressius: that will not bum the hair or injure the head. It does not produce u color mechanically, as the poisonous preparations do. It gradually restores tho hair to its original color and lustre, by supplying new life and vigor. It causes a luxuriant growth of soft, fine bail. The best and safest article ever offered. Clean and Pure. No sediment. Sold everywhere. ASK FOR DOBBINS'. Hair lietttorafivv ! Contains NO I.AC srU'lllli No SI c Alt OK LEAD No MTUAKliK Nn MI'KAIK OK SILVER, and Is eulirelv free trmn Hie roisonous and Healthdeslroyinnlnuiss used In other Hair reparations. Transparent and cp'.'iras crystal, 11 will not soil the finest fabric pfrfeetlv SAKK, CI. KAN, mid KKF1CIENT desideratum I.ONI1 siOUHIT FOB AND.FOUiND AT J. AST 1 It restores and prevents tlie Hair from becom ing Gray, imparts a soft, ulossy aH'ar;inee, re moves Dandruff, is cool and re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

4 . ; ; jc tmc0, -New Uloomftcllr, )a. ADVERTISING KATES J TrawuW 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion. 13 " ' ' two Insertions 15 " " "tliroe Insertions. Business Notices in Locnl Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marrlnjrea or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Kcspect, &c., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over five Hues, 5 cents per line. TEA1UT ADVEKTI8EMENT8. One Sqnaro, one year $13 00 Two Squares per year 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square NEW BL00MFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, May 30, 1871. Tim committco of the memorial fund for tho Presbyterian Church of tho United States, report that tho amount raised up to noon, on tho 24th Inst., was $7,007, 140,91. The United States Senato has ratillod tho treaty agreed upon by tho "Joint Com mission." If it meets with tho approba tion of tho British Parliament, there is a chance for all tho troubles between this country and England to bo amicably set tl...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

Tuesday, May 30, 1S71. LOCAL DKrAllXMUXX. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year In Adva nee Act Passed. Tlio nets which had previous ly passed tho IIouso in regard to the sehool district in Madison twp., and tho road tax in Kyo twp. havo llnally passed tho Sen ate. Enlarged. Tho Bloody Uun Pre comes to us enlarged and looking first rate. AVo uro sorry however to see the patent outside. has hecn adopted. Coiii'crt At LitniUsburg. On Thursday evening next tho musical class which has been under tho instruction of Prof. C. H. Jones, will give a musical entertainment at tho PrcBhytcrian church in Landisburg. Choruses will ho sung ly tho entire class of TO voices ; Quartetts, glees and Duets, will ho Bung by members of tho class, and sev eral laughable pieces will bo sung by tho director, Mr. Jones. Admission only 15 cents. N, Uorlng For Coal by Mr. Geo. W. Shcibly 'has been progressing during tho past week. On Monday last tho derrick Was put up and tho shaft sunk 25 feet, Tuesday it was sunk 2...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

6 1780 TAKE NOTICE. 1871 Are You Afflicted or Sick ? riiolournplis ! riioloRrnplis ! ljc il00mfif lb intf s. Tuesday, May HO, 1871. srfTTS FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 3 IKe nrfc commtinicodiVinsrnm. n persons Kionre intercsffrf fr waders properly motiving to thi department. Agricultural Implements. A recent number of Hearth and Home thus speaks of n new stylo of plows and harrows. The " Committee on Iuiplcuicuts" at most agricultural fairs pass judgment upon new inventions nud appliances from their appcaianco only. Should the God frey devolving Mold-board l'low come bo foro such a committee-, it would probably bo passed by without notice, or condemn ed at onco as impracticable In fact, there was hardly ever a moro unpromis ing looking implement than this plow. So far as beam, standard, share, and han dles go, this is just like any other plow, and it is only when wo come to the mold board that we find any difference. The mold-board is, as tho uamo indicates, re volving. There is a very ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

c imc0, New Blootnftclit, pd. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, Blatehley's Cucumber iiiAni; ma uk. WOOD PUMPS, Measuring :i.50fi feet In length, or sufHclcnt In I ho agrcgatc lor A WELL OVER 40 MILES DEEP, I ,.,, Saiiplo in Cotufritetton hanj in OjerMon Cuing no Tnle to tlit Water l)n- ' raUe-anaciunp. . Tlu.c.. mntino nrn (lipti nu-n ItAdt rppnmltinit.ini Inn I For by Dealers in Hardware anil Agricultu ral Implements, Plumbers, Pump Makers, &e., throughout the country. Circulars, Kc., furnish ed iiiinii application by mail or otherwise. single pumps forwarded to parties In towns whore I hao 110 agents upon the receipt ol the retail price. In having, lip careful that your lmnip bears my Ir.iibs iiia lk as uImim', as 1 guarantee 110 oilier. Nns. li'M nml l?.-Ji1 1-'llliort Street. ' ". Wtfl PHILADELPHIA, l'A. irThcsp Pumps can be orderpd of tho Mann laclurer, or Mortimer & Co., New lllooinllelil. GAiri'D lMPVl'C! t. TATTil3 wiU,U, JUAltiALb tV ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 May 1871

8 ic fflmcs, New Bloomficlb, JJa. Miscellaneous News Items. HSy Central Now York hag a starch factory with twelve nercs of floor, GOO large cisterns and twenty miles of steam pipesj waking twcnty-Hix tons of starch daily. ftaT" A lawyer in the M'Bratncy vs. Kansas PnciCc caso at Leavenworth, con fessed having received $100,000 stock in the road, eight sections Delaware and 10,000 acres Pottawattamie lands for three weeks service in Washington. tfST The steamship Paraguay, from London for New York, returned to Lon don, having been damaged in a collision at sea, with tho screw steamer Wells. The latter foundered immediately, and thirteen lives wero lost by tho accident. fiSS It has been ascertained that out of fifteen hundred salmon eggs in the ordi nary course of nature, only ono produces a maturo salmon. If all the eggs laid were to produce salmon, tho ocean in half a century would be a moving mass of fish. fifeiy In a famous horse case in l'ing hamtoti, N. Y., the attorney asked a ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

Ui 1 tip FRANK MO 11 T I MIC 11 , ) T . - . Terms: IN ADVANCE Editor and Vroprietor. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. One Dollar per Year. Vol. "V'. Now J31ooiiificia, !?,., liiOHclay, .Timo O, 1871. TVo. 2a. it Ioomfitlb pints. Is Fublished Weekly, At New Bloomfleld, renn'a. Bx PRANK MORTIMER. sonscniPTioN teums. ONE DOLLAR l'ER YEAR! CO Cents for 6 Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, ITS ADVANCK. WHISTONS COMPROMISE. POOR Annio Johnstone found tho prob lem of keeping the wolf from the door the wolf which no king or parlia ment can extirpate moro difficult to solve daily. She sat behind her littlo dingy counter writing a letter, with but small chance of a customer coming in to inter fere with the work of composition. " My Deak Uncle William Papa told me I was never to apply to you, because you helped him once, and had refused to do so again, and you wore displeased because wo tried to keep a shop, which indeed has been a very lame attempt, for thcro is no chance of the shop's keeping us....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

9 STIjc tmc0f New Bloomftcfo, Ja. to seek an interview with his solicitor. The ncuto gentleman informod him that there really seemed to bo something iu tho claim which was set up, but that it would take ft deal of legislation to prove it, nnd so far as ho could sec, it was odds on tho man in possession eventually win ning tho day. But still, if an advantage ous compromise wero to bo suggested, it might bo as well to take it into consid eration. " Ho Mr. Johnstone took to walking for hours about tlio garden of Joss House Villa with bin eyes bent on his toes, and his bands closed behind his back, lost in thought, and muttering at intervals, 'Advantageous compromise." He was accustomed to spread a silk pocket-handkerchief over bis head after dinner, and tako forty winks at tho rate of one wink to two minutes; but his slumbers now wero strangely disturbed. Ho would turn and mutter, and bis lUjiit tcrings, to the excitement of Annie's cu riosity, invariably framed sonic parts of the word...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

c imcoV New Bloomftcft, )a. Hair llestorative ! 3 tidy's Contains NO LAC Hl'M-HUH No Ht'OAR OF I.KAD No 1.1TI1AKUK No NI'lliATK OK HI by KK, and is entirely free from the 1'olsonous and Health destroying Drugs used in otlier Jlair 'reparation. Transparent and clearas ervstal, It will not soli the finest fabric jmrfeetly H'AKK, fl.KAN, and I'.FHCIhNT desideratum L0NU NOUGHT KOK ANUIFOUNU AT LAST I It restores and prevents tlio Hair from becom ing (iray, Imparts a soft, glossy appearance, re moves Ilandrull, Is cool and refreshing to the head, cheeks the llair from falling on", andrcstores it to a great extent when prematurely lost, pro vents Headaches, cures all Humors, Cutaneous Kruptlons, and unnatural Heat, AH A DKK.HS INU KOH Tllli HAIKIT 1ST11E BUST AUT1ULK IN THEMAHKliT. Ir. f!. Smith, Patentee. Oroton Junction, Mass. Prepared only by Procter lirothers, (lloiieester, Mass. The Oenuine is put up In a panel bottle, made expressly for it, with the name of the article blown in tlie...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

4 jc men, New Sloomftcfo, Pa. ADVEKTISING IlATKSl Trantient 8 Cents per Huo for ono Insertion. 13 " " ' twolnsortlons 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices tn Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marrlngeg or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per lino. Obituary notices over live Hues, 5 cents per line. YEAKI.Y ADVE11TI8EMENTS. One Square, one year 112 00 Two SqnarcB per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a rcueonablo dis count will bo made. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, is one square. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEXX'A. Tuesday, June 6, 1S71. tSFTeter Schwab, of Hamilton, Ohio,onc of tlio .judges at last fall's election, haH been bold in $1,000 to ntiHwer to the charge of stalling tho ballot box. ' tW Another hon iblo outrage of tho Ku-Klux is reported in North Carolina. It was an attempt to intimidate a minister of tho Gospel ! A negro preacher in Lincoln county has received tho following anony mous letter: Hev. and Peak Sin : You must cither iuit preach...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

- ft ii .fV1 V.'i : ' V.I Tuesday, Jvne G, 1871. LOCAL VEVAllTMENT. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year In, Advance Strawberries and Iec-rrenm. A Grand Festival will bo given by the Ladies of the Lutheran Congregation for tlio benefit of their Sunday School on Tuesday and Wednes day evenings in the Court House yard. Improved. Tlio Yoik True Democrat camo to lis last week in an entire new ilress. Their new typo gives tlio paper a very clean and pretty appearance. Wo think they must luivo n new lot of ink too. Merchants should read and make a noto i if tlio advertisement of Mr. M. 15. Spliar, manufacturer of the celebrated York boots. It will bo found in nnothcr column. The First quarterly meeting of tho New Hloomfleld circuit, will bo held in tho M. E. Church at Blain, on Saturday and Sun day next. Tho Quarterly C'onfercnco will meet on Saturday at 3 i. in., and Doctor Hamlin will preach in the evening. Tho doctor will also preach on Sabbath morn ing, and administer tho Lord's Supper. NA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

6 Tuesday, June G, 1871. FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS IT? Invite communtrrtttontfrom all permnwhonre tntercited in mutters properly belonylna to this department. DlBflpiK-nranee of Improved Land lu Jiew England. Tho census returns in Now Hampshire and Massachusetts, show a smaller nrea of improved land in 1870 than iu 18G0. Some have expressed surprise at this re sult, and have been led to question tho accuracy of tho census. Wo havo no doubt the statement is true, not only of these states, but of other Northern and Kastcrn states. There are portions of many farms once kept in meadow or in pasture, that aro now turned out to wood, which grows luxuriantly, and is paying better interest upon the capital invested in it than it ever did, when kept under tho plow. Some of it is not even fenced, and the only cost to the owner is tho tax es. Tho owners of these farms havo discovered that it is much better policy for them to cultivate a few acres well, than to spread thoir tillage and manure ov...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

l)c Cuius, Nciu .Jjloomftclii, )3a. 7 Philadelphia Advertisements. John Lucas & Co., Sole and THE ONLY M A N tTFACTV hp. US or TUB IMPERIAL FRENCH, AXI PURE SWISS GREEN, Also, Furo While fiend mi! Color MAN UFA CTUREHS, Nos, Ml and 113 North Fourth St., Pliiladelpliia. There Were Sold in the Year 1870, or Blatchley's Cucumbor TRADE (JJj) MARK.'' WOOD PUMPS, .Measuring 2W feet In lcmrfh. or sulHcient in the agregate lor A WELL OVEB 40 MILES BEEP, Simple in Construction Easy in Openition i Civinij ho Tattc to the VnttrI)n- ruble ami Vtieajt. These pumps are thi'Ir own best rccnmmondalloii; For kale by Dealers lu Haul ware anil Agricultu ral Implements, numbers, I'limp Makers, &c, throughout the eiiuntry. circulars, & furnish ed upon application by mail or otherwise. single pumps forwarded to parlies In towns where 1 have uo agents upon the receipt of the retail price. In buying, be careful that your pump bears my Irado mark us above, as 1 guarantee no other. t3-0mco and Wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 6 June 1871

8 ljc (STtmco, Ntw) JJIoomftcll), $)n. Miscellaneous News Items. KW A reward of five hundred dollars is ofl'ercd for imforniation tliat nluill result in tho arrest of Hermann Woltcr, late banker of Oorlitz, accused of forgery. CSS1" A minister at Corry, N. Y., married a couple lately. Wlion lio mado tlio usual proclamation concorning impediments, tlio blushing bride replied : " Oo ahead, stran ger I'm all right." Ho went ahead. t3T Immense fields of corn havo been planted in Illinois this season by itin erant corn-planters, who take jobs at twen-ty-flve cents an acre. "With a man, a boy, and a machine, they plant twenty acres it day. tW Tho drought in Central Illinois was ended Saturday night and Sunday morning, 27th and 28th nit., by a copious rain. All vegetation, says a Springliold correspond ent, has been fully revived, and tho grain crops are now safe beyond question. 13T At Cincinnati, on tho 31st ult., a heavy rain storm occurred, accompanied with lightning. J. F. Forbas, a w...

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