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STIje QTtmc0, New Bloomfictlr, JJa. fjfoomfifltr Shuts. ADVEKTI9ING RATESt Tratuimt9 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " twolnsertlons 15 " " "three insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ssc., Ten cents per line. Obituary notices over five lines, 5 cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year f 13 00 Two Squares per year, 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be made. Ten Lilies Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW BL00MFIELD, FENN'A. Tuesday, June 27, 1871 Important Notice. With tlio commencement of tlio present volume it was our intention to advance our subscription price; but as we desired to fur nish our paper at the lowest possible rate, so ns to bring it within the reach of nil, wo determined to try the experiment after tlio enlargement, and see if wo could still keep our terms at $1.00 per year. 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To all, however, who renew or subscribe for TriE Bloomfield Times after August 5th, the terms will be One Dollar and Twenty-Five Cents Per Year. The Legislature of this State at its last session passed nearly eighteen hundred bills ; three-fourths of them being of a pri vato character. TnE police authorities of New York are making vigorous raids on tho policy and gambling dens of that city. The scamps Who send out fraudulent circulars through the country are receiving especial attention. On .the 21st Inst., a fire damp explosion oocurred, seriously burning throe men, one futally, in a mine at Ashley. On the same day, a slopo to a mine near Wilkesbarre fell, shutting in 40 men, who escaped after great exertion, though some were badly af fected by the foul air. It will take some weeks to clear the slope ready for work. Tim Republican Btato Central Commit tee met at the Logan House in Altoona, on the 21st inst., Hon. Russell Errett, Chair man f the Committee, presiding. Gen. II. IL Brlghatn was elected Treasnrer by acclamation. P. M. Lytic, of Huntingdon, and Bzra Lucas, and D. F. Houston, of Philadelphia, were chosen Secretaries. There ws full attendance from all parts of the State; Prize lighting appears to be getting un popular witti tho authorities in New York, for we now learn that Harry Hill and Reddy the blacksmith, have been arrested and sent to Queens county on a charge of being the respective backers of Billy Ed wards and Jim Collins in their recent prize-fight ou Long Island. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of all con cerned, including reporters, Indictments hav ing been found against them by the grand jury. Wb wish It was contrary to law, as it un doubtedly is to good policy, for any person to occupy the Presidential chair for more thun one term. Were such tho case, the people would be gainers, the politlticians would bo gainers, and the President him self would bo the greatest gainer of all. The knowledge that there was no chance for a second term would enable him the more easily to dispose of the ofliee seekers, whom he now fears to offend, and ho would also bo unbiased by the promptings of ambi tion, which now affect his decisions upon all questions of National importance. Even were a President elected for life, it would be preferable to these frequent clian gos where the occupant of the office is more anxious to arrange matters for a re- nomination than lie is to advance, the best interest of the nation. In the absence of any such provision in tlio Constitution, why will not tlio party leaders establish the rule that no man can receive a re-nomination to that oliico. It would remove a trouble, that lias sadly afflicted the nation for tho past tweuty years. A Cnrious Case. The citizens of Broadway, Warron coun ty, N. J., and the residents of the neigh boring townships have been greatly excited over a curious phenomenon. On Monday morning, tho 10th inst., about 10 o'clock,as a canal boat from Phillipsburg was passing over tho two mile level, between Now Village and Broadway, tho driver of tho boat heard an unusual rumbling noise like that of a mufllcd thunder, and looking ahead he saw in tho canal, about a hun dred yards beyond, the water seething and boiling liko a whirlpool. Though stricken with fear, ho crossed in safety the danger ous eddy, but had not gono many yards when ho was startled by an unusual noise, and turning, discovered that the bottom of tho canal had given way, and in a short time his boat was on dry land. The water in tho canal for a distance of a mile and a half had in a wonderfully short time disap peared in a cavity, of which the dimensions of tho opening were 40 by 20 feet. Careful investigations were made of the neighboring streams and the surrounding country, but no outlet for tho water was discovered. Above tho canal, in the wood, three aper tures were made, avcragcing in diameter 20 by 25 feet. In theso holes or cavities rocks and trees were swallowed up. Tho tops of tlio trees wore visiblo to tho cyo, while the trunks were entirely buried in the earth. Fissures were mado on the sur face below tho canal, to the extent of hun dreds of yards. Laborers have been constantly engaged in filling up tho hole in tho canal, but ns yet havo made no apparent progress. One hundred bundles of corn stalks, together with tho branches of trees, were thrown into tho cavity, and disappeared immedi ately from sight. Tho level where this occurred is about a milo and a half long and in fifteen minutes after the first noiso was heard that entire section was dry and forty boats wore left sticking in the mud. The causo of this phenomenon is n mys tery, which only an Agassiz can attempt to explain. Hon. C. L. Vallandinoiiam of Ohio,died on Saturday the 17th inst., from wounds received by tho accidental discharge- of a pistol. Ho was engaged for the defense of Thomas McGchan who was on trial for the murder of Moyers and had taken a pis tol to show in what manner the death of Meyers might have been caused by acci dent. By mistake Mr. V. took up a loaded pis tol instead of the one he supposed tlio load had been taken from, causing the fatal wound. Probably no man in the country was more widely known than Mr. Vallau dingham as ho had for many years taken a very active part in politics, and ho was tho leader in establishing what is called tho " New departure." Tho democratic party lose a powerful leader by his death. Colonel Tout Scott, Col. Forney, in tho Sunday Chronicle biographs Col. Thomas A. Scott, tlio head centro of tlio American railway system. Thomas Alexander Soott was born in the village of Louden, Franklin county Penn sylvania on the 28th of December, 1824, and on his next birthday will be forty-seven years old. He began as a boy in a country store at a very low salary. In 1847 he came to Philadelphia as chief clerk at Seventh and Willow streets, on the Schuyl kill front, under A. Boyd dimming, col lector of tolls at the eastern end of tho Public Works. In 1850 he entered the service of the great Pennsylvania Central, at Duncanvillo as their general ngent of tho Mountain or Eastern Division. On tho opening of tho Western division ho was put in charge of that, and there he remained till he was called to take control of the entire line, in consequence of the ill health of General II. J. Lombaert, the superintendent. In 1850, on the death of Hon. William B. Foster, vice president of tho road, he was elected to tkat position, which he contitiues to fill. tST A curious incident was observed re cently by a gentleman of Rochester. An oriole was engaged in conveying a pieco of twine to a nest she was building, when, as lie reached the branch, the loose end of the string caught on a twig, when at the same instant the other extremity became fasten ed around the oriolo's throat. Tho bird dropped as far as the string allowed, and was as effectually hung by the neck as if the operation had been done purposely. The gentleman, who saw the state of things climbed tho limb, and extricated the invol untary little suicide before life was extinct. He carried tlio bird into the house and ten derly cared for it. It was still alive, but its back apjieared broken. Ely A man named Morris Grifllu came into the Central station at N. Y., recently and rcquostcd officer Prince to shut htm up because some one was after him. He was taken into the jail for a short time, but later in tlio day became wild, and was car ried to the armory and locked up. Nothing more was heard of him until tho next day when he was visited by a physician and appeared about as the day previous. Alsmt 10 o'clock he was found suspended by his handkerchief, with his feet diugging on the floor, and dead. He was about thirty two years of ago. Murder and Suicide. A tcrriblo caso of suicide and murder oc curred in tho family of Dr. Connolly In New York on Sunday a week, the following particulars of which we find in tho N. Y., papers : Dr. Connolly had been for some two or three days on a periodical "spree," and on Saturday and Sunday he took occa sional doses of morphine to quiet his nerves. About 4 o'clock on Sunday p. m., ho enter ed tlio bed-room of himself and wifo, on the rear of tho second floor, taking his two children with him and locking the door. His wifo soon afterwards endeavored to en ter, but without success. Tho police, warned by tho neighbors, cn torcd the house about 7 o'clock, and forced opon tho door. Tho room being dark, tho gas was lighted, when a horrible spcctaclo was presented. On the bed lay tho father and children, all dend and literally bathed in blood. Tho children hnd nothing but their night clothnig on. The father was clad in a whito undershirt, covered with blood, while a pair of red flannel drawers served to add to tho ghastliness of his np pcarance, leading one to believe, nt tho first glance, that his entire clothing was Boak cd in blood from head to foot. Tlio headboard was spotted with blood, and the bed clothing and mattresses soak ed. A rubber ball, with which tho chil dren had apparently been amusing them selves, all bloody, lay on the bed. The weapon the lunatic had used also lay on the bed. It was a carving-knife, with a blade sixteen incites in length and tapering grad ually to a flno point. The throats of both children had been cut, their jugular veins being severed. Tho throat of tho father was cut nearly from car to ear, and thoro were besides several stab wounds in tho breast in tho vicinity of tho heart. A physician examined tho bodies and announc ed that death had occurred several hours previous. Mrs. Connolly was rendered iu- sano for tho time by tho tcrriblo discovery A Desperate Attempt to Escnpo from Prison. At Sing Sing on tho 20th inst., three con victs, named John Wilson, James Cox and James Ward, mado a desperate and almost successful attempt to escape. They com menced operations about 11 a. m., by seiz ing a grocer's wagon which happened to bo left standing unattended in tho prison yard. Jumping into tho wagon they lashed tho borne furiously, and dashed past tho guard at a rapid rate, defying any attempts to obstruct their passage. The guards were taken completely by sur prise at the suddenness of tho movement, and before they could recover from their astonishment, the wagon and its occupants were fairly out of the gate, and quickly driven olf. Twenty shots wore fired after them without effect. A number of prison officials instantly rodo after them in hot pursuit, and after a most exciting chase of twenty minutes, during which tho officers continued firing on tlio fugitives as they pursued thorn, they succeeded in overtak ing them about a milo from tho prison, on tho high road leading to Tarrytown. The prisoners quietly succumbed, and allowed themselves to be taken back, seeing further resistance was useless. Wilson was shot in tho thigh, but not dangerously, and was returned to prison and placed in irons. He was, however, re moved to the hospital where he had his wounds dressed. A suit of citizens' clothes was found on tho wagon, which somo of the prisoners doubtless had intended to sub stitute for prison garb as soon as they were fairly beyond pursuit. Wilson was under going a sentence of two years and six months, Cox ten years and Ward ten years at tho time of tho attempted escape. Mysterious Accident. William Oakley, a resident of Rochester Now York, in some unaccountable manner, found his way to the space into which the draw of tho Charles river bridge at Boston runs and which is somo six feet below the surfaco of the bridge, and fell asleep with his body lietween the two rails upon which the trucks rest that carry the draw to and fro, his outstretched arms lying across tho rails and his head close to the wheels of tho truck. As the ponderous structure, which weighs upwards of a hundred tons, was moved slowly back, it pushed the body of tho sleeping man along with it, tho trucks passing over both arms, tearing the left ono completely from the socket, and nearly severing the right arm at the elbow, besides breaking the lower jaw and inflicting se vere injuries about the lioad and chest. The unfortunate man had a wife torn! two children. Taking tho Oath. The following is a urutty severe commen tary on tlio usual manner of administering an oath in a court of justice. John Wutrous a Gorman witness hnd the oath administer ed as follows : " D'yoii-sol'm'y-sviear," thnt-t'ev'dence-you-sh'll-glvo-lictweun-t'peoplo-nnd-Henry-Whito-'ll-lw-tlio-ti-uth-s'help'yGod-kiss-tho book." "Oh, yaw, exclaimed tlio witness ns ho kissed tho well-worn volume. "Mr. Wntroiis," asked the Judge, "what diil tho clerk just say to you?" "Veil, he ax mo of I know Henry ViU, and I say yaw, tint I know him." A Startling Death. On Sunday of last week, Elder Howe, of the Christian Church, of Qulncy, 111., exchanged pulpits with the minister of tho Christian Church at Augusta, in that State, and at the close of his sermon, Mr. Howe exhorted his hearers to prepare for death, impressing upon them tho uncertainty of lifo and the necessity of every ono being prepared for that hour which comcth una wares. He closed his exhortation by "saying that thoro might bo somo person in the congre gation now listening to his voice who would never reach homo alive." Hardly had ho ceased speaking when Mr. Howe observed a man gradually sink down in his pew and lay quietly over on his side. A gentleman immediately behind him reached over to raise him up but ho was dead I The effect upon tho congregation may better bo imag ined than described. tW On Monday evening of last week Mrs. Elizabeth Garegan, of Long Island City, had a difficulty with her husband on ac count of jealousy. Tho neighbors heard hard words, but thought nothing of it. The husband says that a little before midnight she aroso from tho bed where she had been lying with her clothes on, and before ho comprehended what she was about, poured tho contents of tho kcroseno can over her self, completely saturating her clothing with the oil. She then deliberately set fire to her clothes. Before doing so, however, sho took her baby, a child of seven mouths from tho bed into her arms. The husband grasped the child and wrapped it in tho bed clothes. He then threw a blanket over his wife, smothering tho flames. Dr. Dcnuler was called, and on his arrival tho poor woman was found standing in tho middle of the room entirely nude, and burn cd in the most shocking manner. Sho died tho next day. ESfjBoston has a peculiar law caso, and tho judges disagree. John Piatt, silver smith, had a heavy balance at tho Second National ; John Piatt, blacksmith (no rela tion), hadn't any balanco anywhere. Nev ertheless John tho blacksmith drew a chock for fivo thousand, signing his own name in his own handwriting, and presenting it nt tho Second National, drew tho silversmith's money. That is tho wholo of tho testi mony. For what shall tho blacksmith bo punished 1 tW Among the effects of a bachelor who died a short timo ago in Wrightsville, Pa., was a nice little sum of tho " brilliant gold and shining silver," kept dormant for many years. When tho rebels visited that region in 18G3, the possessor, fearing it might bo stolen, secreted tho money in a wood pile, until the invaders had departed. The amount of gold and silver coin found by the appraisers, was about six hundred dol lars, besides several coppers and nicklcs. CST In conversation with a lady at a church fair recontly (says tho New Orleans Bulletin) we were complimenting her upon her exertions towards orccting the now church, and expatiating upon the moral ef fect tho achievement would have. 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