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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

I ill ' W1 rcr;! ;;:::i;A NEWSPAPER, w ; jt'' Voi;:vi. "' 1 : iVo. is. ' ', ' ' ; j . &ht Sloomfitlb Sinus. 1Jy a? J . IS PUBL1H11SD KVMlT TUEftUAT MOKNINQ, BT i FRANK MOSTIMEB & CO., At New Moomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Bclnir provided mi Ktpum Tower, and lame i.yi .'ylinder nil Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Jub-1'rlntlng in .,, good style auu at iw rncea. ADVERTISING 11ATK8I , Trtntitnt 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 19 " , . , two insertions i 15 , " three Insertions. Bnstness Notices in Local Column 10 Cents Mr line. . Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, fcc, Ten cents per line. TBAn.LT ADVKIITI8E1IEIIT8. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year $10.00 Twenty lines " " " 118.00 . For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upou application. Says that are no More. When many years have rolled away Whsn we no more are young; When many voices may repeat The songs that we have sung; When all thy youthful beauty pales, Which time will not...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

2 Stye mc0, Neu) Blootnficltr, )l IK V. The Lost Will. K Story or Old Tlrglnlo. ; ; J , coxcludkd. ' 1)EItHAPS FRIEND COX saw it on my face and thought It had better.be brokeu abruptly, . ...... "Thee comes to say thnl tho will is lost, friend John?''' she said. " " "1 rHrWlo savOf, looking in the fire, avoiding h11 eyes. "Gone. Sholter, aa proxy for Mainuel Pierse, takes possession orthc plant afions to-morrow. " And the HMipHt?'' cried Hester, start- '"K"l- . " They are all to bo transferred to the place in Georgia." "Sold?" , . " No; not immediately.'' The girl burst into tears, pacing the floor. " My own peoplo I They were kind to me when no one else was kind not even my own mother 1 Old Maumer ! that nursed me in her arms ! They shall not go ! They shall not 1" "Can nothing be done?" said Friend Cox, half-crying. " Nothing ! I proposed taking the house servants oft Shelter's hands; but he would, not," . , '! Hoster forgets her own loss," she said in a whisper. " I do not," the ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

3 mcorporatrd by th dtrt of trnimm' Pltat, in : OF l the VegMahire, in 1871. : f The lemujvaitla Central :, Insurance':;' Company, ,or pottsville, pa. ,;: 1 .1 lt .... i 1 1 i i i ,. , . i i Capital and 1 . Assets, $150,000. . Premium Notes',.... ... ' 1 100,000 00 Promissory Note, , . t 50,000 0 Casta premiums due or rot- ' ; ' lected for the year 181. 12,028 00 1 ' , ' Cali premlnmi due or col- t lected for the first three . , ' 1 ' months of 1873, 1,800 00 . Cash from other sources and ngents 1,200 00 Judgment Bonds Id Com pany' office, 1,100 00 Total Cash, f 8,128 00 Total cosh and noto assets, April 1st, 1872 :.. ' ! $166,188 00 .JAMES II. GRIER, JOIIN D. HADESTY, ,. , Secretary. President. DIKECTOR8 : John D. Tladesty, A. V, Helms, Bcnjnmla Teter, A. Bntermelster, James 11. Grlcr, . F. Tungkurt, Ellas Miller. AGENTS i II. H. Hill, Edward Fox, John A. Kable, Ed ward Wesley, Charles F. Delbert, Wm. R. OrifHth. E. F. Jungkurt, General Agent. Arrangements have been made 'with othe...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

4: NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. ' Tuetday, April 30, 1872.. 'mummm mJ '' I An Obstinate Juror. , In the trial of Mr. Hyde, at Brooklyn pn Uie charge of murdor, the Jury wan out twenty-nino hours, ami It is said they flu ally all agreed to acquit but one, and that, in order to render a verdict, the eleven of fered to agree to $1,000 flue and raise the money themselves, but the disagreeing .juror was obstinate, and the counsel for Mrs. Hyde, succeeded in (retting her litter iited on $3,500 bail, and the jury discharg ed. A Terrible Flsht In the Court Room Seven Killed and Many Hounded. The Fort Smith Xea Era of April 17, says: " The following startling letter was received on Tuesday morning at the United States Marshal's office, by Captain J. W. Donnelly, chief clerk: WniTTEMonK's Barken Fork, Chero kee Nation We have had a terrible light. Lost seven on our side killed, and three of theirs are killed. There are lots of wound ed. We are in a devil of a scraps. Bond us men and means instantl...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

Tuesday, April 30, 187ft. fj O CALDKrAli TMENT. 0 5 h X Serious Accident. On Wednesday even ing "Vm. Reader, a lad about 1 0 years of age, ion of John Reeder fell from above the threshing floor In his grandfathers barn to the floor below and was so seriously injur fd that for some time he was speechless. At the time our correspondent wrote, it was not known how serious the injuries might prove to be." "" VAlarm of Fire. About one o'clock on Saturday afternoon, the cry of lire startled our citizens. The alarm whs caused by ome straw taking fir a between the . stable and woodshed on the premises of Mr. leorge Derrick, ' and probably originated by some person throwing a cigar stump among the straw. It was, fortunately dis covered before it had got a headway and was extinguished liefore any damage was lone. . . i. , i . . County S. S. Convention. Each school w ill organize elcot and send on list of dele gates to the Newport committee of P. and, V. Bosserman and W. Fickes for enter tainm...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

6; mt Sl00infifIb mints. Tucnday, April SO, 1872. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communications from nil personswho are tn(rrt(ed in mutters properly belonging to thii department. How to Make a Cheap (Vllar-Uottoni. Ia sections of country where thoro is mi abundance of cobble-stones, collect a few loads of atone about four or Ave Inches in diameter, grade the bottom of the cellar, lay the cobbles in rows, nnd ram them down one-third of their thickness into the ground, so that they will not rock or be sunk below the line of rows by any heavy pressure, such as the weight of a hogshead of molasses or a tierce of vinegar. The bottom of the collar should be graded so that the outside will be at least two inches lower than the middle. A mistake Homotimcs occurs by grading the cellar bot tom in such a manner that the centre will be two or three inches lower than the out side, when, should water enter, ft will flow directly towards the middle. A straight edged board should bo placed on ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has been tMted by the puhlie FOR TEN YEARS. .. . , j ur. t;rook'i lVlne or Tar i . . Renovate and . Invigorates tho entire system. DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR It tbe very remedy for the Weak toq Debilitated. i, 1 1, DR CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Rapidly restores exhausted ' " . Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR , Restores the Appetite und i : i. Strengthen tho Htomauh. DR. CROOK'S WIXK OP TAR Causes tlie food todigest, removing Dyspepsia and Iih1Ik'1 ion DR. CROOICS WINE OP TAR Gives tone unci energy to . Uitilli jI Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR. ... - A rec0Tering from any illness will find this the bestTomq they can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR ft ' ' Is an effective' ' Regulator of the Liver. DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Cures Jaundice, . , .. or any Liver Complalut. DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR Makes Delicate Females, who are never reeling Well, Strong and Healthy. DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR 11 us restored many Persons ' who have been unable to work fur ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 April 1872

8 A Terrible Seen nt on Execution. The Ntislivillo Union and American lias tlie following: ' "' The sheriff, J. C. Taylor, went into tbo jnil u fow minute licfora 11 o'clock, and told . Longston it was time to go out if ha wanted his funeral sermon preached ut the gallows; aim, asked him if he wanted something to eat, to which Logston said, " It is too soon for dinner." lie also asked the sheriff if it would ho best to put on his shoes. The sheriff told him he didn't think it worth while, and us they were large it might be that the lid of the coffiin would not go down if they woro on. Longston said all right, and announced his readiness to go. Ilia arms was then tiod behind him, his chains removed, and his shroud was put on. lie wax put in a two-horso wagon, seated on his colli n, surrounded by the Revs. Wright, Pile and Greer. A guard of about forty men surrounded the wagon, and the proccssiou moved out, the ministers singing: "I would not live alwsy, t ask not to stay." -The party...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

.' ' t if Ik 'ife II Ik 1 1 1 Will:: Wm J If II M U II J Mill ":ErT;L1c.,'' an independent family newspaper. Vol. VI. ' Ncav Blooinllold, Pa., Xncsdoy, BIay7,l87a. rs'o. 1. Iljt lIooiufitli! imts. IS PUOLISIIED KVEKT TIKSDAT MOKNISO, BT FEANS liOETILIEE & CO., At New Woonifleld, Terry Co., Ta.1 Helnpt provided with Steam Cylinder and .lol-I'rcsses, Power, and large Cylinder and .lol-l'rcsses, we are preparuu 10 UO ail KHHI III tfuin inning in good style and at liw Prices. A1MJK11T1MIXU HATJSSl v7VafuJi 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " ' two Insertions 15 ' " : "three lnaertlona. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents nrr line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. ..Tributes of Respect, &e., Ten cents per line. TEAM? ADVKUTI8KMRKT8. Ten Lines Noniiarcll one year 1 10.0)1 Twenty lines " " " 1-"U For longer yearly artv'ts terms will be Klven upon application. A Day in Woman's Clothes; A Modest Young Man's Experience. 4iT COULDN'T think of such a thing." .L B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

l)c CEtmcs, New Bloomficlb; )a. Two Escapes. I JIM a Frenchman by birth, and name is Francois Thierry. I need my not weary you with my early history. Enough that I committed a political oMensc that I was sent to the galleys for It -that I am nn exile for it to this day. The brand iH not abolished In my time. If I chose, I could show you the fiery letter on my shoulder. lwas arrested, tried, and sentenced in Pin is. I went out of tho court with my condemnation ringing in my earn. Tho rumbling wheels of the prison-van repeated it all the way from Turin to Ricctro that evening, and all the next day, and the next, and the next, alone tho weary road from Bicetre to Toulon. When I look back upon that time I think I must havo been stupe fied by the unexpected severity of uiy sen tence, for I remember nothing of tho jour ney, nor of the places whero we stopped. Late in the afternoon of tho third day the van stopped, the door was thrown open and I was conducted across a stono yard, through a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

ljc men, rNcw)? Bloomftclii, Jj3a. ineorporrttrd bu the Omrt o Cbmmon l'leaa, in ISO?; Hi the IsylAalurcinViiX. The Pennsylvania Central. Insurance Company, OF POTT3VILLE, PA. Capital unl Asset, $15G,)0(. I'remlum Notes, $100,000 00 Promissory Notes,.,.... f.0,000 00 Cash premiums due or col lected for the year 1871, ?J,028 00 Cash premiums due or cot- lected for the first three months of 1S72, 1,800 00' ' Cash from other sources ondasrents -r 1,200 00 Judgment Bonds in Com pany's oUlcc 1,100 00 Total Cnsh ?0,128 00 Total cosh and note assets, April 1st, 18T3, 150,128 00 JAMES II. fililKH, JOHN D. HADKSTY, Secretory. President. DIKFX'TORS : John D. llndcsty, A.-1'. Helms, Benjamin Tetcr, A. Butcrmcistcr, Jnmos II. Grlcr, K. F. Jungkurt, Ellus Miller. . AGENTS: n. It. Hill, Edward Fox, John A. Ruble, Ed ward Wesley, Charles F. Dcibert, Win. K. (iritHth. E. F. Jniigknrt, General Agent. Arrangements havo been mndo with other first-eluss conipnnscs to re-lnsuro risks taken n tho cash pl...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

4 Stljc 6timc0, New Blornnfidb, Ja fht fjloomfitlb f hnts. NEW BLOOMF1EL1), PENN'A. IHiemlay, May 7, 1872. The U. 8. Senate on Tuesday last passed a bill making Tea and Coflbe froo. It provides that on nnd after tlio 1st of July, next, tea and collec shall be placed on the free lint, and no fnrtlior import duty sliall be collected from the Hairic, and all tea and eoflee which may lie in public stores or bonded warehoused, on Naid 1st of July sliall be subject to no duty upon the entry thereof for consumption, and all ten and coffee remaining in said stores, on said 1st of July, on which duties shall have been paid, shall he entitled to a refund of the duties paid. The day following, the House under a suspension of tho rules, concurred with tho Senate and tho President at oncn signed the bill. So free tea and eolTee is a fixed fact after the 1st of July next. Tho pres ent duty is three cents per pound on collec and fifteen cents on tea. The. Cincinnati Convention. The attendance upon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

ljc tints, Jftro Bloomfitlti, )a. 5 Tuesday, May 7, 1872. LOCAL DEFAJt T MEN T. 0 0 y i MAY. 'Su. Mo. Tu. WejTh. ! Fr. 8a. ..; "... ;.: "i 2 " s"4: B 6 7 81 9 10 11! 13 13 14 16 16! 171 18 19 20 21 22 23 1 24 28. 26 27 28 29 30j31 ... j A M H H 0 Immersion. On Sunday last Rev. Pe! heimer baptized nine persons by immersion in Patterson dam in Tyrone twp. Buruuni's Show is to be exhibited at Carlisle on Saturday of this week. It Is without doubt the largest show in tho world, and one well worth seeing. Court is in progress as we go to press. The attendance Is not nslargo as usual. Wo will publish a full report of the proceedings next week. Cull Accepted. Rov. L. K. Scaciist of lilain has accepted a call of tho Lutheran Congregation at AVrightsvillo, and will commence his labors at once. jf Bally 's Station Ferry. Tho Ropo Kerry across the Juniata at Uuilysburg is now in operation and is found a great accommoda tion. Accident. Mr. John Bishop a resident of Now Buffalo was thrown out of...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

6 STIje mes New Blaomftclir, :JJd. joomficlb hnes. Tuesday, May 7, 1S72. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS IP! twite cnmrmmtintttmnfrnnntU prrnn",lionre interested in mutter property belonging to this department. The rroprr ft'li'.ctlon of Food. There U no country wliero Ihero is ho much clyp-rw-jwia as in Amciica Itccausc our people pay but little attention to food and cat too much meat, for the expeisc they tjiko. If Olio has mental labor fish every fccoikI day at bust isrequfbito. Poupfctstbo glands at work and prepares tbo utomnch for the more iiuportnnt function of digestion and therefore should bo taken at dinner every day. Beof broth is to the old what milk Is to tbo young. Cookery properly attended to keeps man in health. If tbo xtomach is out of order, the brain is allected. v Wo should eat more fruits, vegeta bles, soup and fish. Good nnd well prepar ed food beautifies tbo phyniUO the same ns n good and well directed education beauti fies the mind. Wrinkles arc produced by the want...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

7 DR. CROOK'S WINE OP TAR lias been tented by the public FOR TEN YEAR& . . Ir. Crook's Wine of Tar Renovates and Invigorates the entire system. 1)R. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is the very remedy for the Weak and Debilitated- tR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Rapidly restores exhausted Strength ! DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Restores the Appetite and Strengthens the Stomach. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Causes the food todlgest, removing IjrNieMia and ImligCMtion DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Gives tone and energy to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR. All recovering from any Illness will uud this the best Ton to the; can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is an effective Regulator of tho Liver. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Cures Jaundice, or any Liver Complaint. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Makes Delicate Females, who are never feeling Well, Strong and Healthy. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has restored ninny Persons who have been nnablo to work for years. DR. CROOK'S AVINE OF TAR Should ho taken if your Stomach is ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 7 May 1872

8 lje' CSKtmo; Ncxu iBloomficlb fta. Hani Forlnne. The I'roviilonco Journal says:. Jumes O'Neil, who has served more than eight years in the State Prison for a crime which it in proven that lie was entirely innocent ot, , was liberated on , Friday . afternoon, shortly after the Senate consented to the pardon, if pardon it can bo called. The news was broken to O'Neil gently by his counsel, W. B. Whitman, Esq., of this city, who had thought best not to inform him that efforts were being made for bin release, that ho might not be disappointed, nnd they were-at ilrnt too good news for him to believe. The poor fellow passed the outer door of the prison, for the first time since his seutence, like one in a dream and as he reached the street drew a long, deep breath, with the heart felt remark, " How sweet the air smells." After ho began to realize that ho was really released, he said he suffered more when told he was free than when ho heard the scn tenco of imprisonment of life passed aga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 May 1872

I I If -ii'lC- ill lllltF f r Jit. TEK1 jr c .e " j AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "aJ!L?' Vol. VI. Ncsv Bloomfteld, Pn., Tuesday, Mnyl4,1872. No. SO. ijc Ioomfiflb pints. IS PUBLISH KU CVSRT TUESDAY MOKMNO, BT ; FEANS JiOETIMEE & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Tciry Co., Ta. Bolnit provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and .lob-Pres-ie, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low Prices. Two Escapes. COtiCLODED. ONLY two window looked out upon the garden from the back of the guard house. From one of thoso windows I had just now let myself down, and the other was partly shuttered up. 1 did . not dare, how ever, openly to cross the garden. I drop ped upon my face and crawled in the fur rows between the rows of vegetables until I came to the ditch. Hero the water rose nearly to my waist, but the banks on cith er side were considerably higher; and, by stooping, I found that I could walk without bringing my head to the level of the road. I thus follow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 May 1872

.. : UNCLE PAUL'S MYSTERY. rOUXGING carelessly in an arm-chair, J his eye fixed on a lady by his side with an open latter in bis hand, was a fall, fair haired young man. "What have you 4 here, mother?" he asked, throwing his arm around her in a (Blessing way. "That smile makes yon lositively young, I declare.'" Losing bis father in India, when a child, a small legacy from his good mother had, with the most severe eoonomy,given George Roberts a liberal education, while his mother had her small jiension alone to de pend upon. Long years had passed, her father was dead and her only brother, who inherited (he estate, bad ever refused any overtures toward a reconciliation. Not even in her wildest day-dream hod Sirs. Roberts hoped o behold her childhood's home again. No wonder then that her clieek flushed and her eye brightened over the letter in her hand, for it contained an invitation for herself and her son to spend the Christmas week at Locksley Orange. Though ex pressed in cold and f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 May 1872

tStljc ,mc0: $)a. - 3 Incorporated by the Orturt of 0mmnn Pleat, in 1869; by the Lepiilature, in 171. ' t , .The Pennsylvania Central Insurance , Company, OF POTT8VILLE, PA. , Capital and Assets, $156,000. Premium Notes,. ' 1100,000 00 Promissory Notes, ..., ' 50,000 00 Cash premiums due or col lected for tbe year 1871, $3,028 00 Cash premiums due or col- , lected for the first three mouths of 1873, 1,800 00 Cash from other sources and agents, 1,200 00 Judgment Bonds in Cora- , pauy's office, i. 1,100 00 , , Total CaBh $0,138 00 i Total cash and note assets, - April 1st, 1873, $156,128 00 JAMES II. DRIER, JOHN D. HADE8TY, Secretary. President. DIRECTORS: John D. Hadesty, A. P, Helms, Benjamin Teter, A. Sntermelster, James H. Drier, E. F. Junekurt, Ellas Miller. AGENTS! ' H. n. Hill, Edward Fox, John A. Kablo, Ed ward Wesley, Charles F. Delbert, Wm. It. DrIBlth. E. F. Jungkurt, General Agent. Arrangements have been made with other first-class companses to re-insure risks taken n the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 14 May 1872

4 NEW, HLOUMKIhLD, I'ENN'A. Tuemlay, May (14, 187. TnK Dkmockatic '.SETational Commits at a meeting hold In New York on Monday tlie Orli, Uucl-H to issue n call for the con vention to nominate a candidate for Pres ident and Vice President. The 0Ui -if July Is thovjimo net for the meeting, .d Baltimorewas scleotddas the place. Tint-xterl's in the -Surveyor General's Office .had jrtllittai on last Mondcy evening, Over the change in the head f that 'department. fieo. Campbell "we caned'' Iho .cane being a very handsome one, purchased and presented by the clerltc. Gen. 'McCoy the chiof Clerk, was also presented with a liandsrar.e Mantle clock. Tna Hon1'.. M. Spoer has introduced a bill, in tlio ITouho, piovulimj 'that here after no, jicrson unsuoee fully contesting the seat. of.a.iiiernlicr or senator shall re ceive any allowance w&atevor as costs, counsel Cuesyop-expcnsos. The bill was ro feric to tlio Gommitteo oc the Judiciary. In the event of; tlie paaRa0 of a bill of this chara...

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