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   Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - September 4, 1879, Bangor, Maine                               coma AND VOLUME XLYI- EURE. ocnt from Dkvid 3 Slovens, coanrnuDg his flret iffitayit, and other letters, Whig mut U A. N G O K ami (SJoutfct. contents we are not at liberty to dnulRe The probabilities are tbe event will prove that tbe Michigan man saw a woman of PEARL WEBB, Real Estate Brokers, Auctioneers, other words, that it is on his part, a struck tho uorth en 1 of Ic barn, case of mistaken Identity It is well, how-'few minutes the building was m dime ever, that tbeimatter should bo probed to MOItMXCHJ t Etui STREET, the bottomjund thoroughly cleared up For ono R two insertions For one a juaro, throe times in the Daily For otic ono neck Each wee ft B continuance e, one time e, throe times t one cell B continuance arp, in Weekly three tbncB s continuance Insurance Agents. Leighton, FOR SAIE. One medium weight WAGON at very The Promoter and Perfector of Assimila- Steal tii, aM Hater Unity For Sale at a Bargain. 60 per square for flrot 00 square for continuance The Reformer and Vitatizer of the Blood My two story Homestead on Main street U story house on Olive street. En. The Producer and Invigorator of Nerve 3 Crosby, Main Street, or ft WEBB West Market TTERS, VENTILATORS. CDIHNEY CAPS, 40. BANGOR WEEKLY [COURIER IB 1 I IlLlSllbD EVERT HtlDAV, i c( re of tlio DAILY Wmo ofn COITRIEB i WM hvtl i_r 1 c-r, mvariabiy i U ENUES. M Pi ITIN IT u A Co 10 SintcSt, Bofltoi. 1 I urk Kow, York arcauihorlzcil Afreets r f vi ni. Vilvtrtiscmeols an I (Subscript 10 N No G Trcm" Boator i r t P J-LL CO Agents, 4L i ark How, 1 i 1-vt.st SS Washington street, Tost on lit t I> AKOHI, Itoston it. tl Pirl- Uow, New York. r in all caacs be paid in ad Intc nfl to the ciloro 1 JT lhf to h i h tho subscription Is pi A or! i l n.ied when UIL. subscr lion i Q Feb Ulltb S iii Jill; Sipl Otl il' PK (Sards. njr pun ha c I l c 5tocl No 1 I t-xcbai iik M Itowo, H M li.J ihe llgh I OW woo ten Gutters 1 ne 1 wllk Galvanized Iron a., usual Also dealers In Drain and Sewer Pipe 3j. ccml icteution g vcn lu apr30 I COKNEK EXCHANGE AND TuOllK STKEETS, g and lay ing drains GETCHELL, LEIGHTON CO., I NTS Ins ticee The Builder and Supporte of Brain Power. GALVANIZED NO. 2! I AND OF (JUTTERS, VETILATOR5, CAPS, Ac., Ac. All rtzeaof the bcel Drain Pipe, I Furnished and laid CENTRAL STREET. IM. ITT HOUSli, Lewiston, Me. ie franklin Rouse, Bangor. baling leased thin commodious Bowl lot loTmertafa tbeir old Mends and Uic traveling public generally, online torncr of Fine and Park Streets, nearly oppoeile City Building PaW forming ono of tbe most beanuful locaoons u the Slate It Tho PTOI netors, formerly of aUirmof years, are now prcr The Houjl te pleasantly Bitoat and Post Office, ovcrlootjne U s U.IBO convenient to the pruicJ Jiath Rooms Sample lioome, I waiting to lake guests to and Fellows' Compound Syrnp Is composed of In grc heats identical with those who constitute Ucalthy Blood. Muscle and Nerve and Uram Substance, whilst Life Itself la diicclly depend ant npon some ol them By its nnion with Ibe blood and ita effect upon the mnsclee re-establishing- tbe one and toning the other, It Is capable of effecting tbe following re- sults It will displace or waah out tuberculous matter and Uiue euro Consumption By Increasing Nervous and Muscular Vigor, i 111 cure Dyspepsia, feeble or Interrupted action of the Heart and PuIiHUliou, Weakness of Intel loct caused by grief, weary, ovcrlai or irreguljr haoits. Bronchitis, Acuto or Chronic. Congestion f the lungs, oven in the most alarming stages It cures Loes of Voice, Neuralgia, St Vitas Dance, Epileptic Fits, Wbooping Cough and is wonderful adjunct to other remedies m susi almng life during tbe pre- ess ol Diphtheria JOHN S.KIM BALL 2-SON, AUCTIONEERS, the rale ol No 49- Advertisements continued tttree a at two thjr B i nee, ttco times atweeJer one halt pn e time a idcdt.ODC-thifd price Vdvcrtibementfl where the t me of ineert on In not finecially designated, will be continued until otherwiee ordered W All transient advcniting mnet be pafd (or in adv incc AdvcrtiaemontB under tbe head of'Bosineen No t 10 cen la per line, each insertion for solid mattur and 16 cento per lino for leaded gray horse owned by the Conti died baturday He ars old, aod has been m the semce of the company a grcit many Mr Edson has recently I the Barker Mill able presents in bib room James Bu( harm to nil 1 128 Exchange Street. julySS 1-r RETf AIIKABI.E IN TUB LOWELL nURDElt CA6B wneM Steato Hall a Qret olaBi Livery Stable Carriages ape always JD arthe trains ROYAJb QU1MBY, IT REN MUBCD, Proprietorfl. THOMAS W. Snccoesot t6 F II Civil Efliieraii Surveyor. LDWIN, MBS, xnresoflh( i I yrnutkM Itowo, H M liavi g in s I r vf Iv to llie at I shall uc i n an I itll ol thrt ol l pat ot ch it wi c1 lo BCQ I well known strict i cut o Lo bu mess ami aij t L 01 bc t.I REMOVAL WHITING S. CLARK, Counsellor and at Corner Exchange and tale Streets, MW4T HICKLING II irk ting f n B mkc con.il of Ihclr i atroni tna> 9___ THE FOOD PHO ibhjnp to make Wall ebould Utho UDdersigDed. >r e'cplanatory Cir sent Irco by in an 1 Brokers, Place, N HroKcw enjoy Ihe cnuny I ost  1 7u JtXi< tor tale by all druggiets. FLY PAPER. i' The Best in Use. of cigars can do bettarVt on etore, od we bavo ih beat aeaortment ihia Bide of Boston KET WHO. State of Maine. PKUOCSCOT se Supreme cation August ISUi ItTJ In Iho matter ot CommlKBloner VB Maine B utnal Manno Insnr anco I The Receivers of saM Coi pany having offered and filed Uielr second repor cml Court within and for aa TOR SALE BY CHARLES DWINEL, No. 3, KENDUSKEAC BRIDCJE. u IB ordered by the Conrt U at notice be given by p- blicaiion three weeks BO cesBively In the Ban- got Dally Whig A txmiicr iud'0 xaminuUon 1 Do DOI be deceived lar name no other pr Ible under any circun iy remexliea bearing a 6imi paration la a fiobstltute lor Look ont for ihe natnc and adtlrcse J 1 LOWS', St Joho, N B on the yellow wr ippor In termark, which iteeo by holding the i befor the light. Pencil. cllBOf all GrVIT 1 Smllli 9 mock Price per Sold by al Junc23 Bottle, six for 50. of a Ttoree MoBtt City Marshal Mmllh. (From the Lcwiaton Joomal It is five yea-s James Lowell of Lewistoa was convicted of die murder of his wife, Lt-izie Lowell Out readers wilj remember the circumstances attending the discovery ot her supposed' rema na near the road in this city the re- markable chain of circtfmsfences whicb seemed to fasten her murder on lowell, atid tlic story of Lowell that bi9 wife came to her death by falling from a wagon BOSTON. The Largest ttmJ vflB 1 rainlBg by Practice in BANKING. BKOKLHAGE, COMMISSION, The matter is bro tendon-of the public tnarkablc developme ed tho investigate igbt again to Ihe tt- at this time by tbe re- its whiiib have loll ow- ns of City Marshal brnith, who has given it some attention during Ihe past three montbs Our read era Wl11 Bomber that last June an afflda- (urea of the culture cramming system, which hae viCwaSlluade by David S Stevens, a con Spoflord of Lewiston, who HOW BUSIES A sti ip of (and bordering M< Oitrr-l ncan oDiewhai, less Ji-n ot o i h nli l miles tu length and in widib live or six i the laiein pro  o c ip teen appointed an overseer in the ony so l ana om. b> o c ill, his received several vain- Ibe cliinm 4s ihp> leuli prrRcoon from the persons employed k thought it would do no is pockets full ol nice red ap from buion Carvillcs orchard Sun Jay Mr Cnirvillc however objected an J Constable calldd upon Buck and compelled him to disgorge Buck at- tempted to thrash the constable but the constable would not be tiaehed Buck lost his apples, a t.orc bead and will eptnd tbe next sixty days in Auburn jail lo re cuperatc Mr WCP Hackett of Kansas ib triends i i Mr JJickttt found Ins wife out of health last -ind start tdoutin hia farm wagon wbicti he bad covered and fitted up with sleeping accom- inodatrtms, for i trip for her health taking J In all I uns of mif n ry ire prepared looking like u d hot beds and covered v. li r c j cjbl sk on neh the fruic, i c L 1 to 1 at ib mil proprietor "fl noi lo r rr> bis pcr o t rf It i bctte1" 1 c1 h to :p '-it thcnii carer at band tl ere 1 uanger of bin' og, i id Win e i s (i wasps If b 1 kt lo find tncui a> b> dayYbc tut Ijr uiclu U id turned till L'lCi are sullic c itlv cured with them tljeir ftimilv of three children ney was continued by etagt1 fourd himself so far {bat he ti visit old home in Maine ted o U the second day of Ma> aud Ins brother a residence iu Pownal enth Jay of August Ho does not and h< conelu  No matter -n hat yojr frclmgq or ail mcnt is, llop Bil a, i- lull   and Cenjimm i'rfrbox of btrong will arrive m Lmncus this week for the purpose of purchasing a drove of -old and young fal and lean Capt David Ihpmas of Ilodgdon an or bardl of 1000 trees, two-thirds of which bear flruit He raises apples meas- uring eleven mcbes in circumference Messrs Hunt Heywood Sinclair anc Vandme, of Uoullon, with ladies, intend to leave tburc next Tuesday, Sept Uth with their own teams lor River du Lou) 180 miles in a northerly direction Ihey go via Presi ue Isle Van Buren and Littl Falls, from vhich latter point to lliver di Loup is SO inlta At River du Loup the; will leave tteir teams and go bv stcamc to 14 miles above Mr Dorado Mchmncy of Brunswick while ftt work in Ihe pulp mill was caugh on a revolving shaft baturday morning and before be could be liberated v. is vcrelj having a kg broken an up a ttrn ui Chnrch Music in tbo form and which was aid to be llopt by a worn ihe larje an from Maine He saw and conversed s. DnciB, olcce, Ac-, and JIB well maitc fctc with 1'iat woman She was living with a ;vry Course man named Npaulilinfj and cliimed to be copies mailel Jn o( .____________. vviih the she spoke of several peo- niiorciicuiareanl CR wi li in l list pic m Maine, with whom ho (btevens) was acquainted Ilehcird bpauldmg htr i? and heard hioi speak of her arm bad ally hui Ibe 1' L Mwrj arrested in oL g Scbool Hooka The new 60 els edition uclla finel Trial by ely in 1 Fatimun, oojb y Juiy eta.) artf in constant Je I'lnaforc. tcomp ete) husband in the Mame blato Prison Mar VAS8AR COLLEGE. FfHghtitipiie, JT. for the literal Educoiwn of Women ENamina lloiRlorenlrance, Sept. 17 Charges year Caialoguea Bcnl on ai plication to n EMERSON'S VOCAL'METHOD EMIRSON, ie valuable new eludy of nnd 11 nn CTolana tione, and coeung muCli Ic a tl in larger c works on the same subject. Ittftilrar ugU Englaijd. all the tele ttotxated and Tira Wma AND las uo cxlcnslye corps of out Iho Vim epocial at ibe State ami National Capltala Tbe PoplleberB aim to make4t in all respects la cujss Famlllr Newspaper, devoting CATB to the preMttatitm of wjtejrUlniDg and iDAimoUTo news and Irterary maUeai, lo tbo encouragement of other homo Inlcresu, will stones and poetry, book ie and choice mie- cellany. ills BEGULAI J ___ _ __. proceeding! Stato te the Produce and 1 REPORTS of Confreafl and the quotations of wv_____________________ -tUurkete, and events at AagpBta thja winter will be chronicled dally by a thoroughly Informed ape .bit correspondent. POLITICAL FIELD udlclal Court in Va Paine, Insurance 111 conUnne to a4vocate of the Bepubllcan Par- lependeut, to the high ord. Fearless and out- all public qoeflUona and firmly mainlalBing vr bat they believe to bo the Wmo AND CoUBIEB w aod uphold tbe Prioclplea ty, while olalmujg to be in est and best Bense of the n poke 4 IQ the Supreme Judi rt Peoobecot County, aod In tbe Baopor Dally Commercial, two newspapers pubUehedic OaDgor In Penobseot Connty Maine, that said re- port Is offered and that eali Court will hear any objections to said report on.1 Ihe twentieth day oi JAMES EL BCEGE88, A true copy ol order of   dtsje, real and p irsonal rtrtis and tredltt ttr a prowrtlonml dliti ibugon tbe same amoag afl Alfred >ldu Creditor! mar become partiefl to sakl uaign i menthy signing Ue lane, whlci is in my J posaesaloiL JAMTM ifrr.f. AUfHtt litk, tia All excursions except for Sunday Schools are rohlbiud from lancdng on their grounds exc y pcrmiesloa of tdeTriiewefl i Vo rfuamboat or Teseel etall be allowed to land r remain at or leave UuJ on Braidais I Secretary of tbe angl (Com, Jour, copy) 4v JRIBNERS MONTHLY, ihal bmith showed btevcns a photogriiph of Mrs Lowell andbtevenfi recognized it is the luco ot the woman he liad J.byLO beard called Lowell" In bagi __........ ._.....-. b'ook fir naw was veryjull and Voico-TraiDing, containing he gave the moat minute particulars in re "f ftnft g ird to what occurred at baginaw at lhf tune be saw the woman referred to Soon alter this statement appeared in tho ID, and newspaper, a woman c imu into City Mar- .1 gocxl slial bimth s olllcc one day anil gave her J mime as Mrs Ebj.n L Austin, formerly of E "cw Miclugnn, then ot Livcrmore tahe had read Dteyens' sutcment, md said to Mar- know that woman I have I have heard her Mrs contm St BSCRIIIB NOW for tho MUSICAL RECO rocolvo weekly all the newe, aod l..... music, lor OJ per >car IN PKESH wuiTf Bcii-s a cbarroi Sunday SLhool Song Hook OLIVER DITSON CO. w e Handsomest Illustratwl Mag- azine in Amentao cUition of tbin perjotUcnl Is now juo-rrni-v, Porllind dent was r clean y lacerated and it 1-5 feared HI t :s uho stole a Iron Mr man of Brunswick havo bee: Boston Ihe they loft ii s stolen by them at llavcrlnll n the we tern of th Ogdonshnrg rt Iroail ran ned Nathan litardslty, uea Tairlield, Vt baturday nin-ht Ihe ace ot known until nc wa ed when a of a shirt wa I, and made i full statement to the City I lound on it. sent tanficld and the bodv of Mr Beard Ic was found) Horribly mantled He was Western man'and was visiting in fra rlitlt Whenhewiis seen be had cons dcr able monqj on bib person buc none w lound after he was k lied Hence it suspected that he may have been foull dealt with Jt is more probable however that his dei th is purtlj accidental At abou, J o clock Monday aliernoon sailor James Webb was scverelj not Malls injured while at work on schooner Hi Portland lie uth others w engaged in plpinjout ol the sel when tl Foul cnce 1 I rein-h c, on D1AIQ 8l in Block oceui eu'byN iliitK Olnce hours Irom 8 to J A U K> I inU 7 16 9 P M 4 it baa a larger circulation in hi than other American maganne Evory numuer talna aboot ono hundred and fifty and m fifty to seventy flvo original prood-cut Illua Jons j Announcements for 1S78--9. .moog tbe attractions for the coming year are following a ferial novel, by Mrs. Frances tttrson Burnett, author ot "That Laps o Low Tbo scene of Ura BurnoU s new novel is d in Lancashire, the hero is ayoonn American birth "llawortb a is the longest ryMrs Itumcu has yet wrllwx It will onah twelve numbers of tne Monthly, begin g with November, 1378, and will be profusely istrated a serial novel, by n H Boyes author of The Man Loel Qla Ac. In this the author graph lly describes the peeojlarltjcs of Norse unml ant life in a W eitera Settlement I 8IOKT OF SEW OHLEAN3, by George W ble. lolbo begnn on the conclusion of "Falcon f" This story will Louisiana about Iho years ISuS-l-ft, the ti ie of the Cession, and a period bearing a re- rkable ukenesa to the present Eeconstructlon I OP I AMERICAN POETS This ries (begun In Anrust with tbe portrait of ttry will bo contlniied that of Longfellow appear li l lu November Ilheas portraits aro drawn from lie by Wrau Kit. axdeligraved by T Cole will be printed aoparauly on Untod paper, irontiapiecos ol four different numbers lllns- aketchaa of kbe lives of the poeta will ac. AUCTION SALE. The Cily Hall, Banger, TIMBER lASDS 1-f A11OOSTOOK COUNT 1 M6 uiidivule 1 Township )1 Kangc 0-16 1 II) 1J) 16 10 12 12 4 J14 W. i M 141SWi" 8317 acrea 461) acres 111 16 111 If. 1, 8 111 U 11 17 n COLTlTr 11 Hast) I" lo 10 11 mpany these portraita. STODIES m TBE aeries ot pa- ttera (mosUy IlluMrated) by John Mnir, the Call natorallat. Tie moat graphic and pioimr one and. at tbe same time, exact and trustworthy udlea of "The CalUornto Alps" that have yet bCninade. TheMerles will tbo California Lakes, Wind Stotma and ForoaU. !A kEW VJIW OF BttAZIL Mr HerbertH Cornell Dnlierslty.a eompanlo..of who Ed parlng -tot SOMBHM a Mirtes of paperB on tbe t reeent oonditlonr-tbe clUos, rlTeraand reaources i tuugraatimpinof.BoDtb Amertoa TUB "JOHHNT MB" PAPEES, br an "ex soldier, will be among uie racloat SbSuin. to eciibW doriiig the are written and IlloetraUiiI by Mr Allen U ledwood, of BalUmoro-i Tbe the acrlea. The Whig and Courier wtfl be Mnt by mall postote-pald, aUtho following rates, In advance per year, 0 mos., for 3 mos. for tho aesalon of the Legislature. THE BANGOR WEEKLY COURIER ta the'lflrgool weeUy published In New England. Every ifltvue U aooompanted by a two- pace Supplement, making a newspaper of FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS almoftt entirely devoted to reading Blatter II contains all tbe latest telegraph news up to Ibe boor of gome to presa. and given tbo BObsunca of a wbole week A edition of the Daily, ulib a large amount of Terrnn, poatAge-paid, In advance 00 per year, 00 for mofl, cU. for S mos Or to Clubs in any obe town 16 copies for 1 year (XI tfeop.eal year, ,B. Wcoptesl year, 00. with copy Dree to person Temltitng money for tbe club 8eid for a tree specimen copy I Vol E Efd Kendnakeaf Brlago, Bangor, by Prof. THE 1NEV7 FOE SMALL inolraraons.of f -iv Kur.AMEBIOAN ART AND ABClLXCILOtiY, MO] Bifei _. a i'a> Marshal, Riving all p irtieuhrs in regard DR. BLAISDELL 5 to when and where she had seen the wom- an tahc said thjt she wuu the second wife C ol Mr Eben I Austin ol I.ivcrrnorc and "id ftlr Austin had also seen tho woman Marshal binith went to Livennore soon __ after lo bee Mr Austin and lound a re ipectaule looking oldish gentleman, about ttny years of who willingly made the lollowing statement to C ipt Smith 1 left Maine in the spring of 1871 and ivent to Michigan I owned a small piece ol laud within half a mile of the great Tit labawassa Boom 1 knew the m m Spaul dm of whom btevcns speaks in his state- Thursday, Sept. 25thnext, at 10 o'clock A.M. meet lie was a man, abont lorty v v ears of age Ue hart charge of the 1 Uta- TrvrnKP. about five years He and bis had frequent quarels with each oilier I beard them spat a number of times 1 recollect that I was at their place once She got mad and said something to him that made him mad He snapped to bad belter go down to the btate of Maine and get your man ouf of State Prison I never knew a man In Michigan by the name of David Stevens I never heard of him Spaulding and his wife had a boy six or seven years of age I never saw anything m the paper's about Lowell being in the state priton I have heard my first wife say repeatedly that she has heard Spaulding accuse his wife of having husband inflate prison in Maine, and have heaM tbo tame of Lowell men- Klght to cut timber on 10.000 acron, rownahlp 7, Ml T am readv lo make oath totals Range undivided uvuw is COUMTT i 6.18 Township 2, Itonge 12. Clark lots. About acrea undivided in Township 3, Range II About acres in Brownvllle 64 of taut i of Townnnlp 6, Bange 9 900 acres In undivided Township 400 acres In Towqeblp A, uango 13. About 800 acree in Shirley I Interest in 2 Public lota in Township 0, and Westcolloge. IN PKNOB8COT COUNTY About 4.M1 toy. in Icng profuse he ibe shock 1 8 undivided Township 4 Eango in 78 acred in ft 480 ln s 16 425 In I c rope1- -nd the fc ihe ___ _ hicll jwtiihed'lOoO pounds fell m in tho groin as it slid down wouud of some lutir me h Vibb fill tothcdilk jn aorrliaje followed wh eh on hia and the be borre H top md ne press d loi tin. t letr work At this st ins arc brought foil i Irotn the wn and tieaj etl uj on boinJs Ono b> the htiiusp Htiv 01 the lucre d LI Ji empty ill enough 'havf b collect inuiera j.nU i to 11 it p les oi rough dried ne the buiicti-, pn tq il I) ne rriinucJfl '1 nrtgula-i ics ui 1 nip i fct t e aid ID p Ics bv them ilvc yo i i urn arc treitcd tho o of th o ,ond iyu while the cl pn in 1 nfpr or limit re receive Iji ito b-iskd s ac tlifpee1" of Uic immer0 and fo be i eronsiflnij on mill traj s re now brought forwai 1 the 1 it r ism box ind n i u icp In tucsc p l er ire cit y lolt o tolapjovei ind eover the evcnlj posited injtho u neli ire then suj cted to beavj pressure niJejjro fter I rcssing tlie nisins arc IrhppeU into ie boxes ur i -1 icnca i Annual Meeting Stockholders The o IJ. A, B. 11. is. JUClvfil OUT TiAXf U CH Kl H OH Pack A HI, i i unliiicctlng )f tic -Hock! 01 lora t t t nil Bun or 1 t o l v i I I lor be III I ni I Mr I 1 w 1-1 NI SIJAY u lor v H okflport hird day 01 111 ,KHt --IUH I US25 I Franklin Family School, TOPSHAM, ME. T c noxt term TV II ct t l Ji >u rli II I II L J bllllll Ir JUS _ RECEIVED. Full CHINESE LAMI iC., For Campaign Purposes, FOR SALE AT LOAEST PPICES -----Al----- J, F. BOYD'S, Xo. 11, West M.irket bqu-ire. SENiD IN VOl'R OHBfcKb.' JUST RECEIVED. lol l 111 ni L FERRIS HAMS. 3.3O aut' 1 Johnny Bob at amber ____ i THE LBApIK6 a tbe 1TIES utl 'They Ve axe now caving prepared, for acEumnB, :les on the leading DnlveralUea of fcurone .111 be written by aa AmerloMi College Prof  Contlneut- statcment at any lime EDEN L. Witness, H batiTH City Marshal Smith addressed a letter, ffiviuz tbe of the and enclosing the statements of Stevens andif Ausun, and a photograph of Mrs. i Lowell! to H. Ostronder, a detective, nav- Umz Ueadquartera at East Saginaw. De- looked up tbe case and has had considerable correspondence with tho Marshal Mr Ostrander writes to the About acres m Marshal that the man Scanlon Is well About liwo acrea in towns of cilllon ana Brad kDOWn in East Saglnaw, acd that tbe place in which Stevens says be saw Lii Low- blood Iroill Ilic wound rcduecu him lo very low s aio, prior lo Uic arrival of doctor who was called robab hia sustained mtirnal Injuni. HL rtlu ed to allow himself to be removed fro Iho schooner and over when to con ent 'I He is a mimed mm, and has a fimilv it Millbriiige N J from which place hen. centlj shipped for this port A-Mr A S Noyes, ol talmouth and two ladies were riding  oul> 6u 1 i .bSTuits sembk 
                            

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