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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, VA., EEltttUAKY 0, 1877.
Is Ho Married or Not?
Two jicopla are In court at Lockport, N.
V., trying to deckle whether they are man
and wife, and what puzzles the gossips is
that both parties are perfectly respectable,
me being Caussius D. Won 111, a Lock port
farmer, and the other Miss Annie llourue,
of Cony, 1'enna., both beinfl about 30
years of age. The lady with her sister's
husband, Williams by name, visited at the
Worrill homestead, soinewhnt over a year
ago, where Worrill was living with his
widowid mother, and while there Miss
itounio nursed Mis. Worrill In her last
sickness. During this visit a marriage
was arranged between the parlies, to which
Worrill said he agreed only when wearied
out by the importunities of Mr. and Mi's.
Williams, aud on condition that a year
would elapse before the wedding took places
The lady claims he fnado protestations of
love, and agreed to marry her then, but
wished to have it kept a secrot for ia year,
that he might settle up the estate of which
he had become owner. The party of four
went to Rochester, September 22, 1875, aud
the pnrties differ as to what happened
there, lie says he was slightly under the
.influence of liquor for the first time in his
. life, and lay down on a sofa in a hotel.
When he awoke Miss Bourne was in the
room, and .Mr. and Mrs. Williams were
just entering the door ; they separaledfthat
afternoon without further occurrence. Iler
story is that they were married that morn
ing, and then went their ways, that he
wrote her several affectionate letters during
the year, und it was only when she went to
: his home at the end of the year, after he
.had failed to keep his promise to meet her
at Philadelphia aud be publicly married,
that she learned that he would not recog
nize the marriage. Certain it is, that ou
the day mentioned, a couple well dressed
and apparently happy In the possession of
oach other called at the office of a Ro
chester clergyman with a license, and were
married under the nnmcs of C'assius D.
Worrill and Annie Bourne, and the papers
were witnessed by a gentleman who came
with the couple, but Worrill insists that
the bridegroom was some other man. The
acknowledge respectability of the parties
makes the Affair particularly perplexing.
Robbers and Train Wreckers.
"ot. Louis, February 1. Information
'from Williamson county, Ills., is to the
effect that a band of desperadoes organized
for the purpose of robbing and murder, if
necessary to carry out their plans, has been
flisdBvered during the past week, and James
Moss, the leader,and James Jackson, Frauk
Palmer aud another mau have been ar
rested. A band of train wreckers have been oper
ating for some time past ou the Missouri,
Kansas and Texas railroad and several
trains have been thrown from the track and
robbed. The operations of the band have
been in very thiuly settled parts of south
ern Kansas and the Iudian Territory, aud
the task of capturing any of them has becu
exceedingly difficult until Saturday last
when two of them named Meadows and
Meade were arrested by Deputy United
States Marshal Stevenson, heavily ironed
and taken to Port Smith, Ark., where they
will be tried.
A Case In Honesdale, Pa.
I was attacked with the liver complaint,
which apparently brought me to the brink
of the grave. During my sickness I was
attended by three physicitns in our place,
but received no help. I also tried the
various remedies recommended for suoh
complaints, but they afforded me no relief.
As a last resort, I was persuaded to try
Dr. Wistak's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
and by using four bottles I was restored to
better health than I have enjoyed before
for ten years. This statement may be re
lied upon as strictly true, Betsey Ferrin.
The above certificate was given in the
presence of Dr. A. Strong, of Honesdale,
who is well known it the vicinity as a suc
50 cents aud $1 a bottle. Sold by all
Bad Time's in England.
A London dispatch says : I never rec
ollect the time when the domestio trade
of England was in so depressed and
wretched a state as it is now. Go where
you will and ask whom you will, and you
will hear the same thing. "There is noth
ing doing ; we think ourselves lucky if we
can pay our expenses." As for the demand
from the United States for English goods,
it seems to be almost a thing of the past.
The great steamers go out from Liverpool
or London in ballast, week after week.
CS The Burlington, Vs., Free rrcm
says : A Woodstock lady the other day
took her little one to a gallery for its pict
ure. While the art iit was busy she was fix
ing up the child by wotting its face and
hair with what she supposed was clear
water, bitt what was a solution of nitrate of
silver. After exposure to the air for a short
time the appearauce of the child can be
imagined. It would be jet black. "
tSPA supervisor of
was fined $200 last week
to the duties of the posi
ful condition of the
causing delay, injury or
recovery of damages, to
imposition of fines.
tion. Any unlaw-
loss may result in
say nothing of the
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