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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 November 1871

l)c 'mcs, Nctw Sloomfidfr, pa. (lit Dloomfitlb flints. Tuesday, November 14, 1871. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OUR TERMS 4re tj"l & a Xcar in Advance. OUR OETEB FOB 1872 ! The subscription for slnglo copies of TllE TIMES for the year 1872, will be f 1.85., , All subscribers remitting their subscription between this time and January 1st., will receive the pa per for the remainder of this year rims ok C1IA110R. TO CLUBS: We offer the following terms : For ?11, we will send ten copies to one office, and nn extra copy to llio person getting tip the Club. For 8'JO wo will send twenty copies to one ofllco, and an extra copy to the person getting up the club. PETERSON'S MAGAZINE and Tub Times, will both be sent to any ad dress for the year 1872, on receipt ef $3.75. This magazine is so well known throughout the country, as the beet of the monthly period icals, and Is such a great favorite with the la dies, that we need say nothing In Its praise. Subscriptions for the magazine will commence with ...

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. — 14 November 1871

6u. i i ni -IV mt ploomMb Mint. lueitday, Xovcmber 14, 1S71. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS , Tea Urontli In tlio Sonth. It is now iieurly twenty-five years ago j Unit a Mr. Juiuus bimth, of houtU Caro lina, aUomplsd tho cultivation of tua in fcliiu country, anJ ever sinco that time it Km boo u grown with moderate success in Tarious purls of the South. A gentleman in Wilmington, N. C. lia.t successfully rnisuil plants and cured tea, which ' ho clxrus cannot be excelled in flavor by the import cm! urlicle. lie obtained tho plant from the Agricultural Rurcau of tho l'utent, Office, previous to tho war, and their number has incrcasod every year, the latter plants being fully equal in every respect to thoso lirst grown. Suocessi'ul experiments have also recently been niado in South Carolinn, Tennesfeo and Gi'liforuiu, and the climate of several other Motion of the United States is undoubt edly well udapted to this plunt; California especially seems to possess peculiar advan tages in this resp...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 November 1871

7 LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS ! .1. 1 1 I ,1:1 .r.ci . l w-i. .) . I .1.-. . I .1 ' ' ' slinultl not 'fowl Is ' ' V . (,' i CALL AT THi; I'KKKY STORK. Tf l:i., , ,, I J. . .li i) - V, tf . 'I . .. . ' . KBI'T BT I). A . SAW YE Us ,'; .. i .... ,., . !.... i :.if N. E. CORN EK .PUBLIC SQUARE, I'., i";. 'r, :: n, .Where you will Unit the choicest stock of I N C A 11 L ISLE', AT THE LOWEST PRICES, I v . .i 44- Don't full to give lilni a call. Carlisle Sept. 29, 1871. ' 40 tt ) THE " AMERICAN WASHER i PRICE, $5.50! 1 THE AMKKtfAN WASIIF.R HAVliS MONEY, TIME. ANDDUUDdliUY. , , The 1'atlinie of Washing Day no Longer invad ed, but lieonoiny, lilllciency, utid Clean Clot li iug, Mure, i ii. In calllngptibllc attention to this little niacin he, ; a few of Hid Invaluable ipialltles, (not possessed liy any other washing machine jut invented.) arc here enumerated. It Is the smallest, most compart, most portable, most simple in construot'oii. most easily operated. A child li'ii years old. with a few ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 November 1871

8 l)c mcs, ftcto BtoomficuX .pa. Miscellaneous News Items. 8 O'CLOCK! 43 d 4w Professional Cards. HP Tbore are only eight male teachers employed in the public schools of Delaware county. 5F The rearing and keeping of bees is an extensive and profitable business in Crawford county. t3T Regular passenger trains are now running over tho Sunbury and Lewistown - railroad. t3T A. North Carolina colored revival meeting was disbanded by the freaks of a belligerent bull dog. tW The floor of a New Hampshire stable fell out, and three cows that were hitched to the stalls were hanged. tSTThe Board of Public Works nt Chi cago, will issue no permits for the purpose of building or repairing wooden structures within tho new fire limits. tW Cincinnati has an apparatus for con suming her own smoke What a god send it would bo to the country if she would only consumes her own whisky. tSTThcChincso companies have mado ' arrangements for commencing suits against the city of Los Angclos for tho murder of ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

sty :! la ml Wll MbMb&Mb fill 1 if 11 l:r f,S ? FRANK MORTIMER, Editor and Proprietor. J Vol. V. lit Ioomfitlb jhius. Js FnbUslied Weekly, At New Rloomflcld, Pcnn'a. FRANK MORTIMER. BunscnirTiON tf.iimb. i. r i i: it "v .v. it i 7 H Cents for 0 Months 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. SEEDS. We nre (owing, duily sowing, Countless seeds of good and 111 ; Scattorcd on the level lowland, Cast upon the windy hill j Seeds that sink In rich brow n furrows, Soft with heaven's gracious rain ; Seeds that rest upon the surface Of the dry, unyielding plain. Seeds that fall amid the stillness Of the lonely mountuln glen, Seeds cast out In crowded places, Trodden under foot of men j Heeds by Idle hearts forgotten, Flung at random on the air ; Seeds by faithful souls remembered, Sown In tears and love and prayer. Seeds that lie unchanged, unquickened, Lifeless on the teeming mould ; Seeds tbat live and grow and flourish When the sower's band Is cold By a whisper we sow blessings, By a breath...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

jc tmcvNcw Blaomftcli, 3cu An Adventure with a Pirate. MnilERE lived mnny years ago, on the 1 castorn shore of Mount Desert a large island off the coast of Maine a jiow fashionablo placo of Summer resort bii old fisherman by the name of Jobetliali Spinnet, who with a schooner of somo hundred tons burthen, in which he, together with four stout sons, was won't to go about onco a year totho Grand Bank for the purpose of catching cod-fish. Tho old man had five things about which he loved to boast his schooner " Betsey Jenkins" and his four sons. Tho four sons were all that their father represented them to bo, and no one ever doubted his word when ho said that their like was not to bo found for fifty miles around. The oldest was twenty-two while tho youngest had reached his sixteenth year, and they answered to tho names of Belli Andrew, John and Samuel. Ono morning a stranger called upon Jeb cdiah, to cngago him to tako to Havana eomo iron machinery belonging to steam engines for sugar p...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

3 New Millinery ; Goods At IVowpoi-t, I"n.. I BUG to Infonn tho publte lhat I have Just re turned fmin riiihidclphia. with a full s-ssort. meut ol the latest sly leu MILLINERY 0001)8, ' It ATS AND BONNETS. ' " ' ' ' MIlllONS. FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS. , , . C1IK1NONS, LACE CAtEH, NOTIONS, And all article usually found In a llrst-clan Mil linery Establishment. All (intent promptly at tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as oan be got elsewhere . T1RKRSMAKINO done to order and In the la test style, an 1 get the latest Fashions from Now York every month. (loitering done to order, in all widths. I will warrant nil my work touive sat isfaction. All work done as low as possible. ANNIE ICKES, Cherry Street, near the Station, 51813 Nowport, ra. Boots ! Hoots ! A Fill Assortment of THE CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, Hand or Machine Sided. Whole Stock Double Hole and Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Sale to the Trad by M. S. SPAHR, YORK, PA. A full Assortment of Boot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

4' ADVKKTISINO KATKSI Tratuitnt b Cents per line Tor one Insertion. 12 " " ' twolnscrllous IS " " "three Insertions. . Business Notice In Local Column 10 Cunti por linu. Notices of Marrlnjres or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, oic., Ten cents per line. VKAItl.Y ADVK11TIHKMKNT8. One Hnuiu-e, olio year 112 00 Two8iimrcs per yenr, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reitsonnble dis count will be made. Tun Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW H LOOM FIELD, PENX'A. TuemUtH, 'November lilt 1871. ous offse for ist: i The subscription for single copies of THE TIMES for the yeur 1872, will be 91.85. All subscribers remitting their subscription between this time and Jan miry 1st., will receive the pa per fir the remninder of this yenr fiihb of CIIAROE. TO CLUBS: We offer the following terms : For 911, we will send ten copies to one office, aud nn extra copy to llio person getting up the Club. For 930 we will send twenty copies to one oQlce, and nn extra copy to the person ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

lie mc0v Ncra 'Broomfulli; )o. 5 fUoomfttUi feints. i.,J.lrt.1-"V:-'"' Tucsduy, November 21, 1871, LOCAL DKVA11TMENT. OUR TERMS Ar C a Year in Advance. vein of coal 13 inches thick lias been found by Mr. George Shcibly, on the farm of Mr. Freeman, near Loysvillc. OilotcISold. Thollotol property on Car lisle street owned by Mr. Turbett, and now occupied by Mr. Amos Robinson has been sold to Mr. Wm. Grier, for $3,000. Valuable Property. Wo call attention to the valuable property offered by Griffith Jones Esq., of Duncauuou, nt public salo. Seo advertisement in another column. 92.75 will get Tint Times from now till January 1st, 1873, and Folerson's Magazine for 1872. Thoso who want good reading at a low price will send us (2.7o. A Chicago Sufferer. We call nttcntion to a letter In another column, from a form er resident of this county, and hopo those who feel disposed to send aid, will prompt ly respond to the request of Mr. Soulo. New Time Tables have gone into opera tion on all the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

6 lo0mfitlb imcs. Drugs ! Drugs ! Philadelphia Advertisements. i 'luetulay, November ill, IHJl. -'ML . FABM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS MILCH COWS. Tho Iauoastcr Inquirer nny : Homo of tlio bout dairymen in thin section linvo proved, that if cows are nlloweri to stay nil night in tho field during the full months and eat in pastures where thoro havo lccn hoary front the preceding night, it decreas es very materially tho quantity of milk. It is highly probable that neglect of proper treatment, after tho flush of pasture is over, in early fall, often causes cows to go dry (tooncr than they otherwise would making thorn unprofitable all winter. MiltU cows at this season, when grass diminishes both in quantity and quality, require additional feed, some hay or corn-foddcrrefusa cab bage or root tops, in connection with a few quarts of bran daily. This should bo given them under shedding or well protected barnyards, or the stable, letting them bo turned out for a few hours in tho middle of the day,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS ! KVEllY PERSON ' j "Visitiii": OsivliNlo, should nut forget to CALL AT THE PERRY STORE,, KKI'T 11Y D. A. SAWYER; : N. K. CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE,. Where you will llnd the choicest stock of WHY GOODS IN CARLISLE,' AT THE LOVEST PRICES. ' i- Don't fail to give lilm a call. Carlisle Kept. S!, 1S71. 40 tf. THE AMERICAN WASHER! PRICE, $5.50! THE AMERICAN WAHHKlt RAVKS MONEY, TIME, AND DKUDHKKY. The Fatigue of Washing Day no Longer Dread ed, but Economy, Lnieiency, uud Clean Cloth ing, Sure. , In calllngpuhllc attention to this little machine, a few of the Invaluable nnalitics. (not possessed by any other washing machinu yet Invented.) are. here enumerated. It Is the smallest, most compact, most portable, most simple in const ruct Ion, most easily operated. A child ten years old, with a few hours' practice, can thoroughly comprehend and ellcclunlly use It. There is no adjusting, no screws to annoy, no de lay III adapting I It Is always ready for use ! It is a perfect ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 November 1871

8 MlscclliiiicoiiH News Items. , ty A liorso In Indiana was given a quart of whisky. It lieeanie unmanageable and killed two person!. tWA. clerk in theSixtli Auditor's ofllce of i Washington, lost liis wifo and fivo children by the Chicago flro. tig Tho First National Bank of Rich mond, Va., recently paid a check for f 3, 000 altered from EfTIn a Virginia town a hall was recent ly litld In a furniture waroroom, and the orchestra was porclicd on a pile of colBns. VST An old woman named Mary Sullivan, won burned to death in Cherry srreet, New York last Sunday a week, blio was lodrid den, and accidentally upset a lamp. tW A Missouri lady advertises for the person who is in tho habit of serenading her to stand nearer the houao ho that she can scald him. ty'Thomas Boyle, aged 28 years, a resident of Montgomery county, fell from the tall bridgo into the Schuylkill, at Man ayuiik Wednesday morning, and was in stantly killed. tW Gov. Fail child of Wisconsin has au thorized tho furnishing of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

m AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Vol. "V. Noav Bloomficld, I'n., TiicHtljiy, TYo vomler 28, 1871.. TVo. 48. 7 VublUhed Weekly, At New IlloomfleM, Tenn'tt. FRANK MOItTIMEIt. 8U118CHIFTION TEKM8. 75 CentH ford Months; 40 Cents for 3 Month, IN ADVANCE. LINES TO KATE. There's aomellilng In the numc of Kate Which ninny will condemn i But listen now while I rein to The traits of some of them. There's ndvo-Kntc, a charming filled, Could you her band obtain, She'll lead you in the path of bliss, Nor plead your cause in vain. There's dcli-Kato,a modest dame, And worthy of your lovej Bile's nice and beautiful in frame, As gentle as a dove. Communl-Kato's intelligent, As wo may well suppose ( Her fruitful mind is ever bent On telling whut sho knows. There's Intrl-Knte, she's so obscure, 'Tin hard to find her out For she is often very sure To put your wits to rout. Frevarlcatv's a Btubuorn maid, She's sure to have her way ; The caviling, contrary Jade Objects to all you say. There's altcr-Kat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

Great CrownJewel of Russia. AS throe brothers nnuied Schrafras wero ono day walking through the principal street of Bagdad, the oldest ono stopped suddenly, und, pointing to a stran ger on the other side of the way, cried : " Sue there is tho Afghau we have looked for so long !" "Don't let us lose sight of him," said tlio others, nnd nil three went toward the stranger, who secoicd Astonished. " God is God ! foar not," began tho eld est of tho brothers. "I aui Schafras, of Rnssorn, to whom you onco camo to sell a large diamond, called the ' Moon of tho Mountains,' nnd other precious stones. These aro my brothers, who like myself, ure pleased that wo have found you, ns wo hope now to be able to make a bar gain." "Oh ! w.ie is mo, good sirs, I am no longer the possessor of these treasures." replied tho Af'gan. " What havo you done with them '!" " Allah be praised ! I havo just sold them to the Jew Mardoeha, of this city." " For what price ?" " For 05,000 piasters and two hand some hors...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

Ncic Milliner Goods i At Nowport, la. v ""V:r-. :. s ;.:!- I fiEOto Inform the nubile that I have Just re turned fnm Philadelphia, with a full assort ment ol the latest stylus of MILLINERY GOODS, , HATS AND BONNETS, , HIBnONS, FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS, i CHIGNONS, LACE CAPES, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In a flrst-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. 49-We will sell all goods as Cheap as i.n be got elsewhere. PRKSS-MAKlNd done to order and In the la test style, as 1 get the latest Fashions troni New York every niontli. Golfering done to order. In all widths. I will warrant all my work to give sat isfaction, All work done as low as possible. ANNIE ICKES, Cherry Street, near the Station, 6 16 13 ' Newport, Fa. Boots I Boots I A Kill Assortment oT THE CELEBRATED YOKK BOOTS, Hand or Nachlne Bided, 'Whole Stock Double .. -. bole and Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by M. 3. SPAHR, , ', YORK, PA. A full ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

4 lie imcs,,,JIcu).,J3looMifttliif Men he fJIoomfitlir (Linus 5 , -,ir ... ADVKIlTISINa KATKlil rraturfm 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 12 " " ' twolnscrtlona 18 " " "threo Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per ling. , ;,:. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted frco. "Tributes of Hespect, Ac., Ten cents per line. ,' ' " TBA-Ill.Y ADVKllTIBKMKNTS. I ' Oho Bquare, one year.. . , $13 00 Two Squares per year, 120 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will bo made- . Ten Lines Nonpareil or one 1 noli, Is one square. KEW IttOOMFIELI), TENX'A. Tuesday, November 2$, 1871, OUR CFFZ3 TCP. 1872 ! Tbe subscription for singlo copies of TUE TIMES for tlio year 1873, will be $1.25. All ubscrlburs remitting their subscription between Uils time and January Int., will receive the pa per for tho remainder of this year rnr.it of CttAHQE. TO CLUBB; We oiler tho following terms : For 911, we will send ten copies to one office, and an extra copy to the person getti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

5) Tuesday, November 28, 1S71 LOCAL Itlil'AKTMENT. OUR TERMS Are $l in a Year in. Advance. Will be Closed. The Btorcs And the bank in this place will be closed on Thurs day, it being Thanksgiving d:iy. . For Sttlc. An Oriental Mentor nearly as good as new for Rale at n bargain, apply to Geo. Spuhr. The Keilil Trial. A letter from Carlisle written on Saturday morning, says : "Tho Kcihl trial is still unfinished, and will prob ably last several days longor : The proba bilities aio against his acquittal." A Jewel Case. A man in Marrisburg, who drew a prize of a jewel caRe, found it to be a hdop-tkirl. Me is now hunting for the jowcl to put inside of it. Another Pardon. Governor Geary has pardoned Walter Graham, of Slilroy, Mif ilin county, convicted for selling liquor on Sunday and to minors. A New K. . A surveying party was recently over the routo of the railroad which is proposed to be built on this side of the Susquehanna, from Duncannon to North umberland. They make a favorable rep...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

6 lAt.flloomfiflfr Sinus. Tuesday, November 28, 1871. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite cmmunicationfrom alt pertonneho are interested in matter! properly belonging to tMi department. Hens In Place of Dogs. There is hardly a family that does not throw sway enough table scraps to keep at least half a dozen hens, and mnny thnt keep a nuisanco in the shape of a dog, that does no good, but costs moro than a dozen Rood hens, compluin that they onn not afford to keep hens. One dog in a neighborhood is a greater trouble to the neighbors than a flock of hens would be, for if hens are well fed at homo they will rarely go awoy. ?ut who ever saw a dog that was not a pest running across the newly-made garden, and sticking his nose into everything.' Kill off the curs and give the food to the bens, and you will find pleusure as well us profit in so doing. Wo wish that there was a tax of one hundred dollars on every dog kept in the country. Those that are of value as watch dogs could be retained,...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

Ijc imc0, .New; BlDpmficl&, Pa, riiiladclpbia Advcrllsemcuts. . 1. liXKiUT & IIKO'8. .... , i . Wholcsalu L'tialois i:i " FISH, ; ChecNO , , V AMI , vihIoiih, 114 South Delaware Avenue, ' Bolow Chostnnt St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. ' V Agents for Collins, Gcddcs & Co's Canned Fruits. IMltt A. B. Cannlnglmm. J. II. Lewars. J. 8. Glelim. Cunningham, Gloim & Co., Wholesale Dealers in Tobacco, Scgars, &c, NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH 8TUEKT, nill.AIHCT.l'HIA. 82310 THE AMERICAN WASHER! PRICE, $5.50! THE AMKKIOAN WASHER 8AVKS MONKY, TIME, AND DlfUlXJKKY. The Fatigue of Washing Pay no Longer Dread ed, but Economy, Efficiency, und Clean Cloth Ing, Sure. . ., In calling public attention to this little machine, a lew of tlio invaluable qualities, (not possessed by any other washing macbine jet invented,) are bere enumerated. It Is the smallest, most compact, most lmrtnble, most slinplo In construction, most easily operated. A child ten years old, with a few hours' practice, can thoroughl...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 November 1871

8 SCljc ttimco, Xcwj IMomhficIii, )a. Miscellaneous News Items. Persons at Red Oak, Iown, aro buying corn at fifteen cents per bushel to urb as fuel, being cheaper tlinn coal. t3F"Mr. Rufus Porter, of Lowistown, 111., recently received a box containing 8 Italian queen bees, direct from Switzer land. The expense was $4.1. ty It 1b thouclit that 100,000 hogs will be packed in St. Joe, Mo., during the pres ent Beason. Farmers ask 8 cents per lb., buyers offer tlirco cents. ' tW A Mr. Egan, of Wisconsin, thought bo would feel a circular saw to Bee if it was going. Ho is now learning to write with his loft hand. tW James Horn, in tho Reaver county Court, has been conviced of the murder of Martin Darius Grant, the deed having been committed in New Brighton, on tho 12th of October. ' James Abbot, whilo under tho in fluence of liquor, endeavored to save his son, who had fallen into a stream near New Hope, Bucks county, last week, and both wero drowned. tTP Susan Kelly, on trial at Baltimore...

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