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THE TIMES, NEW BLQOMFJELD, PA ., , NOVEMBER 13, 1877.
Shot and Killed by a Young Girl.
A special from Columbia, 8. C, snys :
The monotony of the State trials wai bio
ken to-day by a bearing on application for
a writ of habeas corpus In the oaso of -a
youug girl, 10 years of age, who was com
mitted to jail this morning. The case la a
peculiar 0110, and has created a sensation iu
this section.
The circumstances nre as follows, in
briof : The young girl, Miss Bailie Wood,
returned to her home, about twenty miles
from Columbia, yesterday evening, and
there found a neighbor, Samuel Henry,
awaiting her arrival. She Invited him into
the house which they entered together,
when Henry quickly seized her, violently
Mtompting an assault.
The girl, however, succeeded in freeing
herself from his grasp, and, obtaining a
pistol from the next room, returned imme
diately and fired upon her assailant with
such deadly effect as to kill him instantly,
the ball penetrating his breast. Heury was
a married man aud the father of three
children. The families of both parties are
respectable, well-to-do country peoplo, and
hare been intimate for years.
The young girl, accompanied by her
brother-in-law, came to Columbia this
morning and surrendered herself to the
officers of the law, going quietly to jail,
from which she was released a few hours
later on consent, nn order being entered re
quiring fl,000 bail, which was quickly
found. She may be subjected to the in
convenience of a trial, but has been ac
quitted already by the powerful verdict of
public opinion.
A Bank Safe Tampered With.
The liinghamton, N. Y., Itcpitblican of
Tuesday evening says : The West Wiu
iield Rational Bank has met with a serious
misfortune aud has been tumble to transact
its regular routine of business sineo Tues
day, the 23rd ult. Upon that uight the
safe aud vault of the institution was sc-
curely looked for the night by the clerk,
Henry AVheeler, a youug man, bou of the
cashier.
On the day following every possible
means was devised to open the safe door,
but the lock had become in some way
broken, and the bolts refused to turn back.
Expert lock-makers and safe manufac
turers have been employed night and day
drilling aud in other ways trying to reach
the contents of the safe. The mystery as
to whether the safe was robbed and the
lock wasbrokon by burglars will be solved
probably by Thursday, as at that time it is
thought the work of getting into the safe
will be accomplished. The safe, when last
locked, contained about $200,000 worth of
valuables and money.
Married on the Spot.
The Olcan Itccovd relates the following :
" ' I'll marry any gill in the room that will
have me,' said a half-tipsy young fellow.
' I'll take you,' said a fresh, clear-eyed
young girl of 17. And in half au hour the
two were married and being congratulated
by their friends. This nctually occurred
only a few weeks ago iu the near vicinity
of Franklinville, in this county. The
occasion was a counrty dancb, the partici
pants were a farmer's son and a farmer's
daughter, neither of whom had exchanged
a word with the other until the above scene
occurred. The young fellow had been
drinking and thought he would say some
thing ' smart,' and astonish the girls with
his audacity. The girl, however, had
heard that ho was a 'good fellow,' and be
ing moved by that sphit which 'will not
take a dare if death come,' took him at his
word. They are now living with the young
fellow's paients, aud are studying each
other's character at their leisure."
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Ingenious Swindle in Pork.
A pork packer of Indianapolis is entitled
to credit for the discovery of a new swindle.
While bartering for a car load of hogs
he noticed that the backs of his favorite
f staple were covored with mud, and an ex
amination of the floor of the car revealed
to him tho fact that the alluvial accumula
tion was not a matter of accident but of
uesign, several hundred pounds of clay of
wonderful adhesive properties having been
systematically thrown upon the floor and
dashed with water, to which the hogs, with
their well known propensities for wallow
ing, had gone with a relish. He did not
t)tlV. bllt. later in tlA A rtrr liaiK t, t.
- - j - .w liUHb tUU
drover had sold to another packer and was
bragging loudly that he had not only saved
shrinkage but received more thau f 37 for
the mud that encruetod tho backs of his
porkers.
The Earthquake.
The districts of northern New York and
the States of Vermont, Now Hampshire,
Massachusetts and Connecticut and through
the St. Lawrence Valley were severely
hakeu by an earthquake on Tuesday
morning. Accounts from various poiuta
along the line of disturbance agree as to
its occurrence about two o'clock, but the
places affected seem to have experienced
the shock in a lesser degree in proportion
to their distance to the southward of a line
generally parallel to the St. Lawrence river.
Of course it is difficult to define the line of
greatest disturbance, on account of absence
' of accurate data and the tendency of ob
servers to exaggerate their experiences ;
but enough is known to indicate that the
earthquake wave passed from west to east
over a considerable area of territory with
extraordinary rapidity. Terrestrial dis
turbances of this character are happily rare
in these northern latttitudes.
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A complete Stock Just opened for FALL TRADE from New
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COMPRISING
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The finest Stock of Goods ever
brought to this place, has just
been opened by the subscriber.
Prices were never so low cither.
Call and see for yourself.
F. MORTIMER,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.
HERE WE ARE AGAIN!
WITH better inducements to our customers and people In general than ever
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CLOTHING, CARPETS, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, &c.
Men's Heavy Work Suits
Men's Business "
Men's Dross "
Youths' Work
Youths' Dress "
Hoys' Dress "
Men's Overcoats
Men's Overcoats
Hoys' Overcoats
Men's Common Coats
Men's Dress Coats
Hoys' Common Coats
Hoys' Dress Coat s
Men's Common Pants
Men's Dress Pants
Boys' Common Pants
Hoys' Dress Pants
Men's Vests
Hoys' Vests
Men's Wool Hats
Men's Felt Hats
Boys' Wool Hats
Hoys' Dress Hats
Men's Caps
Boys' Caps
Room Carpet
Flowered Carpet
Wool Carpet
Floor Oil Cloth
Table Oil Cloth
Trunks
Satchel
8 4.ro to j 6.00
fi.HU to 8.00
10.00 to 12.00
4.00 to 5.00
6.00 to 10.00
3.00 to 7.(0
10.00 to l.i.00
3.00 to 0.(10
3.f0 to 6.50
1.50 to 3.00
4.50 to 8.00
1.50 to 2.50
2.50 to 5.00
1.00 to 2.00
2.50 to 6.00
1.00 to 1.50
1.60 to 3.00
75 to 2.00
60 to 1.25
flj to 1.00
1.25 to 2.50
60 to 75
75 to 1.25
40 to 1.50
25 to 75
IS to 25
33 to 45
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40 to 60
30 to 40
2.(10 to 7.00
75 to 2.60
All Wool White Blankets per pair
All Wool Colored Blankets per pair
Ladles' Double Shawls
Ladies' Mingle Hhawls
Ladies' Felt Skirts
Ladles' Balmoral Skirts
Ladie's Nubias
Ladles' Coats
Ladies' Corsets
Ladles' Hair Switches
Ladles' Ties
Ladies' Linen Collars
Ladies' ltuches
Ladles' Handkerchiefs
Ladles' Hose 4 pair
Ladles' Undershirts
Kinhroldory and Kdirlngs
Ladlos' leather Belts
Ladles' Belt Pin
Pins 28 rows for
Silk Handkerchiefs
Men's While Hhlrts
Men's Colored Hhlrts
Men's Woolen Hhlrts
Men's Undershirts
Men's Drawers
Men's Colored Hose, S per pair
Men's Handkerchiefs
Men's Huh.ih1uis
HlH'MA HllltllfMtll
I Overalls
I Kuit Blouse
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