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The Potter Journal
OOUDERSPORT, PA., Mar. 14,1873
IT IS customary to laugh at the hu
uiuu propensity to take the we.ither
as a perpetual source of remark.
That this may be ridiculous some
times, or may not always IK; interest
ing, is undeniable. Probably it arises
generally from the de-ire to choose a
topic within the comprehension of all.
Within the observation, but lieyond
the comprehension of every one.
would be more correct.
But at the present time there can
hardly be a more abstruse subject.
It is variable, it is severe, it is ]>er
sistent and and intense, yet we are
continually watching for change that
any hour may bring, to the subver
sion of the winter's character.
\S ould that the chemists might
get bold of it and analyze it. hind
Its base, its salts, its oxides, its grav
ity an\ aiimities. There does not
sv m to be anything tbey cannot de
compose and recompute. Let us have
not only observations and "Piobabil
ities, ' but analysis of the weather.
The Jlcdcal I nion, a paper re
"ceutly commenced—one number onlv
has appeared—gives currency to a
theory that the unhealthy periods,
called pestilential eras, are caused by
disturbances in the gravity of matter
and in the atmosphere, by the con
joined attraction of one or both of
the great planets, Jupiter or Saturn,
with the sun. That, as the time re
quired for the perihelian passage of
either of these is several of our years,
the baneful influence on animal and
vegetable life is thus extended.
This may be philosophical, and
several instances are adduced to sup
port it; but if it be so would it not
atfect all parts of the world, or if not
are there means that can be applied
to mitigate the effects of these dis
We had thought that the epidem
ics with which the land is afflicted
were generally rather partial in their
ravages, that while some parts of the
world suffered most, other coun
tries and latitudes were unusually
free from theiu. But perhaps this
has been an entire mistake.
This seems however to l>e well es
tablished with regard to the weather;
that a very cold, warm, wet or dry
season in one hemisphere i balanced
bv one just the reverse in another.
Perhaps our scientific observers
may la* able to ascertain whether this
idea U> anything more than a flight ,
ot fancy, and if it became established
as facts, mu\ find means of prepar
ing mankind for the disastrous peri
ods, and perhaps even for lessening
their effect upon the products of the
THK Evening Pott, in an article
headed 44 A Visit to the National
Academy of Design," mentions a
number of water-color drawings of
such inter* st that we copy soine of
the remarks in the hope of inducing
some of the many who go to New
't oik from the country in the spring,
to taken little time from business to
see some of them:
Take refuge for an hour in the
gallery from the hurry of New York
city, from i.s hard work and its hard
er pleasures, an ' see the rain clouds
clearing over a cornfield and floating
through a valley in Devonshire (356);
or better, look at t e old tmhle-down
cottages overgrown and time-stained
in such drawings as 372 and 381;
and at 392, where the breeze is blow
ing freshly across a Warwickshire
field-path. Examine the drawing and
atmospheric gradations in some of
the mountain scones in Wales and
Scotland, and notice some curious
unobtrusive examples of English art
which have come to America for the
first time, sketches made and sent to
you direct, from
"Thestance of thatched eotfage-t
• "1 the v .; .• of Motion,ine field'."
MR. NA.-U, the artist, has done a
great ileal of work of v\ hick we could :
not see the merit or meaning, hut his
illustration in Hirer's Werkly y ofj
March I.*, the "Biggest Joke of the!
S'cnson," is capital. Not that it is 1
a joke; we should call it the saddest
and most humiliating of all the pain
ful displays lately made in our eoun-'
try—that such a man as Fernando
Wood should stand up in the Con- j
g**ess of the Nation and offer the res- ■
olution to ilupeach the Vice Ihesi- :
That he should stand in Congress'
at all is lad enough, hut the consti
tuency which he, perhaps appropri-;
ately, represents, is answerable for
that. But that he should assail a
man hitherto so stainless, and who
we hope will hereafter fie able to
clear himself from nil present accu
sations, jind w ho, no one doubts, is j
immcHsur-ibj above this n no who
thus rises up against him, may be
human, but is very shameless.
MR. JOURNAL. —In No. 31 of your
paper, a correspondent in writing
about the birds, asks, "Have the
bluejays and the Phcebe birds spent
the winter with us ?■' Sow the blue
jay spends the winter here, as many
are aware that have corn cribs wnere
it can get at the corn during the win
ter. As for the bird commonly call
ed the Phoebe bird. I never knew
them to make their appearance in
our climate until warm weather sets ■
in, or about the time the swallows j
come. As for the biro your corres-j
pondent heard, 1 opine it was a j
chickadee, or black cap titmouse.'
which winters in our climate, and on
fine days in the spring will frequent
ly be in the tops of the trees and
sing a long drawn whistle sounding
some like "Phoebe.'' • j
*1 cannot say that I have paid for
volume XXV of the JOURNAL, but I
believe 1 can -ay with Mr. Thompson
that I have taken the JOURNAL frmn
its first issue, and ail newspapers pub
lished iu the County,and paid forthem •
too; and I think that it is the duty'
of the |.>eople of Potter to support
their County paper and then what
other papers they please.
V*'M. fl. HYDORN.
I "N-iTtTVTKC; IIAT 1, |
I'liilaUeiplim, Mar. 7,1873. i
DEAR JOURNAL: The convention
is at last making reasonable progress.
The daily sessions have been extend
ed to five hours, to wit: from 10 a.m..
to 3 p. m.
Tiie article on the E./reutive De
partment, containing twenty-two sec
tions, lias been passed through com
mittee of the whole. It provides
for the election of a Governor and
Lieutenant < Governor once in four
years. It also provides for the elec
tion of a Secretary of Internal \ flairs
ouce in four years, who shall dis
charge the duties now belonging to
the Surveyor General.
His department sliall also ''em
brace a bureau of industrial statistics,
and such duties relating to the char
itable institutions, the agricultural,
manufacturing, mines, mineral, lum
ber and other national business in
terests of the State as may be by law
There are no other changes of any
importance proposed in the article,
and I judge that it will pass finally
about as it now stands ; and that the
people will generally acquiesce in the
The article reported by tho com
mittee on Education is now under
consideration in committee of the
whole; ex-Governor Curtin in the
chair. This article contains eight
sections, only two of which are of
much importance, to wit: the second,
which appropriates "at least one mil
lion of dollars for each year"; and
the eighth, which authorizes compul
Since writing the above the com
mittee by a large majority has endors
er! the appropriation of a million of
dollars annually to the public schools.
1 look upon that as the most import
ant vote yet given by the Delegates,
and I firmly believe this section in
favor of liberal support of common
schools will do more to commend
the work of the convention to the fa
vorable consideration of the "people,
than anything else likely to be done.
For myself 1 freely confess that to
day's work in favor of the common
school has "covered a multitude of
sins'' heretofore committed by the
I The business was interrupted ves
tcrdat morning by the announcement
of the death of one of the members.
Hon. William Hopkins, of Wash
, ington Co., loft here on Friday even
ing last, in good health, to visit his
family. He was taken sick on his
wry home, and died at the house of
•his son in Pittsburgh on Wednesday
Yesterday, immediately after read
ing the Journal, the President an
nounced the death of Mr. Hopkins,
when Mr. Lawrence, of Washington,
offered the customary resolutions.
In support of these the customary
speeches were made, and then the
J convention adjourned.
It is certainly right and commend
able to pay due respect to the mem
ory of a deceased member of the
body to which one belongs, but I am
sure silence would be a more appro
priate way to honor the. dead than the
making of such speeches as were de
livered in this convention yesterday,
in honor of William Hopkins.
Judge Woodward came nearer to
making a satisfactory speech than
any other gentleman wiio spoke on
the occasion, but he marred his re
marks by dragging m the Buckshot
War. Even that was better than the
extravagant eulogies of other dele
gates. When these ceremonies closed,
I was more than ever convinced of
the difficulty of making a satisfactory
eulogy at the oj)en grave of any in
N< v\ Richmond, St. Croix Co. Wis., I
February 28, 1873. i
DEAR JOURNAL: I venture to pen
a few lines which I leave at your
option to punish in your paper, or
reject. I have often done so, and
have no doubt but many of your
readers, (my old and familiar friends,)
would le pleased to read a few lines
from me respecting the northwest.
We have had one of the severest
winters on record so far, and the
prospect is fair for its continuance
for some time yet. We had a storm
yesterday—perhaps the heaviest
snow fall of this winter, which com
pletely blockaded our railroad: and
when the road will be opened is very
uncertain—this is the fifth time. This
road is only sixteen miles in length
and some times it takes a week to
clear the track. The snow is not
more than two feet deep on an aver- \
iige, but the weather i.s so cold that
the snow is light and dry and the j
wind drives it as it would fog, and
lilts every deep cut up level, and the
roads between fences are nearly full.
Much of the way roads are impass
able, au<i the travel is through fields.
Although the winter set in unusually
early and has not abated even to
give us a January or February tliaw,
there appears to be no complaint as
yet of scarcity of fodder or grain for
cattle. Our crops in the St. Croix
Valley were good last season, but
unfortunately we had a very wet
harvest, and very much grain was
destroyed. We had two violent
hail storms in the midst of harvest,
accompanied with a perfect gale of
wind destroying thousands upon
thousands of bushels of the grain in
this valley; and a portion of Minne
sota shared the same fate.
We have shipped an immense quan
tity of wheat, and there still remains
a great surplus in the country. The
present market price for wheat is
$1,05 for No. 1. Times are very
dull, there is very little money stir
ring, and very little property chang
Our Legislature is having a sharp
fight over the St. Croix and Lake
Superior land grant; the same fight
was in congress last winter but by
several decisions of the Supreme
Courts, the land having been granted
to the state of Wisconsin by govern
ment. the slate still has the title, and
has a right t<> dispose of it for the
object for which it was granted, and
110 other. There arc two companies
fighting for this grant, viz., the West
Wisconsin, and the Milwaukie and
St. Paid. As the West Wisconsin
company has built the North Wiscon
sin to this place, our people want the
grant turned over to that company.
If the Milwaukie gets the grant we
shall no doubt be cheated out of the
road, for that company does not
want this road :rf all but only want
the grant to prevent this road being
built; for they have already two
roads from the Mississippi to the
lakes, I hope your Constitutional
Convention will leave the Constitu
tion of Pennsylvania as good at least
as they found it. i think there is
not a chance to improve it much ex-j
cept in a very few sentences. I like
the laws and Constitution of Perm- j
sylvania much better than tliose of,
Wisconsin. lam glad to hear that
your optional liquor law is doing so
much to reduce the traltic in intoxi
cating drinks. Our Legislature at
its last session passed what we sup
posed the most effective prohibition
law we had ever had, that is, making
the seller responsible for all damages
and consequences of the sale, but
somehow it does not suppress the
traffic m any perceptible degree. The!
people are afraid to prosecute for the
reason that in some cases where
prosecutions have been made the
courts have decided that the law is
unconstitutional. There is a great!
tight over the law this winter, the
Rummies are doing their best to get
it repealed, anil I should not wonder
if they succeeded. The liquor party j
is the hardest party, we tind, to fight
in Wisconsin. We have many tem
perance organizations but not suffici
ent to suppress the liquor traffic to
any great extent. The trouble is, we
have so many foreigners tlmt have
been educated to believe it not only
right but necessary to drink beer and
whisky that the temperance men are
left in the minority. I am ,glad to i
learn that you have a railroad as near
as Port Allegany, and a prospect of.
one through Potter County.
Most of our county ollicers are Re-1
publicans, but the Democrats and
disaffected Republicans succeeded in
electing a Democrat to the Legisla
ture last fall. My best respects are
tendered to my old friends in general
in Potter County, and especially to
the Editor and Proprietor of the
JOURNAL. SAML. PALMER.
—THE false diplomas given, no, sold !
by some pretended medical colleges in
Philadelphia, have again attracted the
attention of the Legislature. It seems
that though some charters of colleges
were rescinded last winter in conse
quence of their selling diplomas, to per
sons who had no knowledge of medicine,
and had never studied : that these in
stitutions still continue the practice,
and that the municipal government has
. no power to arrest and punish them,
so a resolution was passed to put the
case into the hands of the attorney Gen
This is a matter in which the whole
community is interested. As a gener
al thing people are quite too careless
about assuring themselves of the uuali
fieat ions of those who are called doctors.
Many take the mere title, no matter
how assumed, as sufficient proof of learn
ing and wisdom,and we trust the health,
welfare, even life of our most precious
oues, to we know not whom. If the
revelations lately made, serve to render
us all more careful, it will be well.
— I.N THE Legislature, March 3, Mr. Jones, (Pot
ter.) presented a bill entitled "An Act to author
ize the burgess and town council of the borough
of Coudersport, in the county of Potter to levy a
special tax to build bridges in said iKirough. Re
ferred to Committee on Roads, Bridges and Fer
ries." —Also a bill entitled "An Act appending
commissioners to lay out and open a state road in
Pottercouuty to connect the tiermania& Young
womanstown state road with the Kettle Creek
state road at the line between the counties of Pot
ter and Cliutou, and to rei>eal section second of
the supplement to the Kettle Creek state road
act, approved 13th day of May, A. D., 1871. Re
ferred to the Committee on Roads, Bridges and
—The action of the Court in MeKean
County, last week, Judge Williams pre
siding, is a warning to the illegal traf
fickers in intoxicating drink. Four pel
sons were indicted und convicted, for vi
olating the license law, ami were sen
tenced to pay fines varying from $50.00
to ? 17-3.be. Une of the parties in addi
tion to a fine of $ 175.00, was sentenced
to fifty days in the county jail.
We cut the above fr m the Olean
Times. Hud are very glad that MeKean
County has done her duty so well. It is
to the shame of Potter County that
those who sell strong drink here are not
locked up where it would be impossible
to pursue their infamous practices. We
congratulate MeKean on her faithful
The following section of the Article on
the Executive passed the committee of
the whole in the convention on Friday:
SEC. 10. The Governor shall have
power to remit lines and forfeitures, to
grant reprieves, commutations of "sen
tence and pardons, except in cases of
impeachment, but no pardon shall lie
granted nor sentence commuted except
upon tlu- recommendation in writing of
the Secretary of the Commonwealth, At
torney General, Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction, Secretary of Internal
Affairs, or any three of them, after a full
hearing of the parties, upon due notice,
in open session; and such recommanda
tion,w ith the reason therefor at length,
shall be recorded and filed in the de
—The representatives of the Burmese
Government, after visiting Italy, Aus
tria, Frapce, and England, recently
left London on their homeward journey.
The cost of this mission was more than
—A special dispatch from Berlin to
the London Times says many Russian
officers and diplomatists have left St.
Petersburg for Central Asia, and it is
probable the Khivan campaign will be
gin at an early day.
--Three hundred Liberal Catholics
have united in an address to Pere Ilya
cinthe urging him to resume the pulpit
at Geneva. The Father has made a fa
vorable reply, saying that he is willing
to preach to those who are resolved not
to surrender to either Ultramontanism
[Washington News, March 10th.J
TKKASI KY STATEMENT.— The bal
ances in the Treasury at the close of
business to-day were as follows: Cur
rency $3,689,399, special deposit of legal
tenders for redemption of certificates
de|>osit $28,085,000, coin $04,453,548,
including certificates of $23,88(5,500.
NEW LIBKARY BUILDING.-— The
Joint Committee on the Library this
morning agreed to recommend an ap
propriation of $200,000 for commencing
the construction of a new library build
ing, to be erected on one of the squares
recently purchased for the extension of
the Capitol grounds.
CONSCIENCE MONEY.—A certificate
of deposit for $ 1500 was received at the
Treasury to-day from the cashier of the
Brooklyn National Bank, who reports
to the" Treasurer that amount was
handed to liiru with a statement that it
belonged to the United States.
—Serious Char get against an American Cap
tain.—A dispatch to the Telegraph from Brussels
reports that Captain Curry, of the American ves
sel Aglorna, which sailed recently from Antwerp
for New York, carried away by force, seven sail
ors belonging to the French schooner V Africainc.
An Investigation into the affair has been set on
foot, and dispatelies have been sent to the Consul-
Geueral of Fraece at New York advising him of
the circumstances and Instructing him to waieh
for tiie arrival of the Acloma.
[From the Buffalo Express.]
Spain.— Madrid, March lo.—Senor Pi
y Margall. Minister of the Interior, pre
sides over the Ministerial Council in
the absence of Senor Figueras.
The Radical deputies from Andalusia
have called a meeting of all the Anda
lusian deputies in the Assembly, to con
sider the proposition for setting up a
Federal State Government in Andalu
sia, based on free trade and free ports.
The Federalists are organizing a Rev
olutionary Central Committee in Mad
The ' 4 Erreconcilables" have made
attempts to seduce tho troops of the
garrison from their loyalty to the Gov
ernment. but without Rurcee*.
A reaction favorable to the welfare
of the country is beginning to make it
self felt in Madrid and in the provinces.
The volunteers of Malaga have resolved
to serve without pay. Troops in Bar
celona are joining the volunteers' corps.
Portnffnl.— London, March 11.—The Portu
enese Journals say that at 110 time in the history
of the country have such efforts been made to or
ganize a Republican party as are now making.
They compare England's delay in reorganizing
the Spanish Republic with her speedy recogni
tion of Napoleon's Government in 1851.
—THE foreign news is still conflicting
and unsatisfactory. The powers of Eu
rojte seem to lie determined to crush the
-spirit of liberty in Spain. The follow
ing is cut from the X. Y. Tribune:
Senor Olozaga, the Spanish Minister
■ to France, lias notified to Senor Caste
lar, Minister of Foreign Affairs, by tel
egraph, that the representatives in Pa
ris of the different Powers of Europe
have decided to send a collective note
to the Government of Spain, declaring
their belief that their respective Gov
ernments will cease to hold diplomatic
relations with it in the event of the
proclamation of a Federal Republic.
President Theirs has recognized the
belligerent rights of the Carlists in
Spain. The impression grows in Lon
don that Don Carlos will succeed.
It might be exjieeted that the Repub
lic in France might be more sympathis
Italy.— Rome. March 11.—Yesterday l>eing
the anniversary of Mazzitd's death a deputation
of Democrats attempted to visit the patriot's
tomb, but the police refused them admittance.
For a time the greatest excitement prevailed and
a riot was imminent. The troops were called out
and prevented any disturbance.
The King has appointed Amadeus Lieutenant-
General in the Italian army.
A MERCHANT advertised for a clerk
"who could Itear confinement," and
received an answer from one who had
been seven years in jail.
X'OT to IK* behind the age, Time has
thrown aside the hour glass and scythe,
and now use-s a mowing machine and
WHAT house pet is it that is so gen
erally admired, sought after and valued,
yet more abused, trampled ui>on, kicked
itl>out, looked down u\ton and whipped!
than any other? Acsipet, j
"MAMMA, A brooklet means a littlej
brook, doesn't it? and an eaglet a little
eagle?" "Yes, my darling." "Then,
nut, does an eyelet mean a little eye, and
a hamlet a little ham?"
AN Alabama newspaper man thought
lie had a lirat-elass cause for delin
"We did not issue our paper last week,
as one of its editors was on the jury and
the other was being married. We will
not say here which is which, but regrets
will be found from both in another
Miss HCNT, of Emjtoria, Kansas, is
the clerk of the lower branch of the
THE principal of Yassar College is
Miss Perry; and Maria Mitchell is Pro
fessor of Astronomy in the same insti
Two daughters of the Earl of Ports
mouth have taken certificates at the
London University, in connection with
the Cambridge local examinations.
9000 ACRES OF HEMLOCK LAND, with
steam Saw Mill!, Stabling, Dwelling
lloiiße, Rlarknmtth Shop, etc., thereon, altuateu
on Voungwoman'H Creek, Potter county, Penna.,
known as the "BLACK FOREST" property.
FIVE ACRES OF LAND, with Dwelling Hon.se,
Barn, etc., at North Point Station,
on the Philadelphia A Erie Railroad. Buildings—
New House with 15 rooms, combining all the mod
ern Improvements, Running Water, Bath Room,
with hot and cold watef. Heater and Range; with
or wituout Furniture.
A GENERAL STOCK OK STORE GOODS, with
good will and fixtures, at North Point station,
along the Philadelphia A- Erie Railroad, one of the
best locations in this part of the State for general
Persons wishing to to engage in the Lumber or
Merchantlle business will find it to their interest
to examine the above properties.
I3f"For further particulars, address
J. H. BAIL! A CO.,
Youngw omaiistow ,
Clinton county, I'a.
ALL KINDS OF
Ready Made Clothing,
BATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS;
Constantly on hand and for Sale as
CHEAP aa the CHEAPEST!!
MEN and BOYS SUITS
to correspond with the
This being the only Establishment in this j
place devoted exclusively to the.
I can sell CHEAPER to my Customers than those
who do not make CLOTHING a SPECIALTY can
('all and set- my stock and I will guarantee satis
M. L. GRIDIEY.
Thos. McDowell & Co.,
DEALERS IN |
General Mer chand isp
POUT A TiTiEQAPTf, PA..
We would respectfully call the attention of the |eople of POTTKK (V.\ TY I
to our lai"ge and complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. CROC KEfty
BOOTS and SHOES, HA TS and CAPS,
SCHOOL BOOKS. STATIONERY,
FLOUR, PORK, *.ILT, F/S// f
FEED and ME AL. PA IN TS and OILS.
HARDWARE, NOTIONS, GLASs\Y.\ ft£
dr., etc., Ac.,
which we are offering at GREATLY KKDCCKD PRICKS, owing t<i tl- incmi.ytj
i facilities afforded by the completion of the Buffalo. New York A I'liiludelphj;, I
, Railway, and we can and will sell goods as low as they can la- sold this sukot 9
Fresh ground Feed and Meal kept constantly <>u hand.
We are daily receiving new goods, thus keeping our stock, in all departments
FULL AX I > UOMULLTK
at all times.
2420-1 tlj- -. Mmvd! & Co.
"THE AMERICAN PIANO/
INo. 4Ji BROOME S'i'ltFKT. New oi Ik,
First premiums wherever exhibited—Prices low for the quality—Large prim
allowed for Second-hand Instruments in Exchange.
From Mr. Edward Hojj'mao, tin c< hhratcd Piam.-i,
1 conscientiously believe that your Piano is in every respect a most maymff
From the * k lnd.ipiadmit."
The American Piano has deservedly become a very popular Instrument.
Responsible Agents wanted for unoccupied territory. Send for Circulars to
2429 WING & SON, 423 Broome St., N. \.
S. F. HAMILTON
SO OK & JOK SKf.YTEti,
S. "W. corner MAIN and THIRD Streets,
(OVER THE POST OFFICE,)
Comer MARKET and RENTER Streets.
(SOUTH SIDE of the RIVER.)
I WOULD respectfully tn\ ltc the attention of the
public to my
with the assurance that I can meet every de
mand for a flrst-class turnout.
Having purchased the Livery of Amos Velte, I
have the only Establishment of the kind in this
us-,, J ' M " KAKSKTT.
Groceries & Provisions,
MAIN STREET above SECOND,
A FULL SUPPLY OF
CHEE S E ,
KKPT CONSTANTLY ON HANI>.
A specialty made of
Teas and Coffees,
of which I have the
I jiryrnf nnd Uewt
Stock in town.
All Goods sold CHKAF for CASH only.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
t nW AKO roKSTFR
L. B. COLE & SQft.
rKortvJKTOItS OF THR
Blacksmith and Wagon-shop,
Seccnd Street, .between Main & West,)
Sl.EliillS<i( alt dexcriphoru
j manufactured to anil ruftonient ami warranted.
Repairing always attended to prompt,/.
I >!ii|>eteiit ami experienced workmen kept in em
ploy in both shops to attend to the calls of cus
Charges reasonable for cash or ready pa,.
!42i L. B. COLE &. SON
W. K. COATS & SON.
| WHOLESALE; AND RETAIL
WELLSVILLE, N. Y.
Do not fall to go and see their large Stock of
They manufacture at suit fifteen different st; l* 1 "
of Chamlier Sets, of Walnut, Ash, ami ralnWl
Wood. These sets are sold to the Wholesale trade
throughout Western New York, Ohio and I'enn
syivanla, and have no auperlor for worknninsh'!''
style or Pnlsh.
ALL PARLOR VVORI (
i Is made of the lmet material and warranted '
! represented. They are extensive manufacturers"'
and everything Is made from kiln-dried lutu'* r
and warranted not to eoine apart.
All will do well to patronize this firm and sa ,f
50 per cent. They do uot pay profits to city m* D '
ufacturers, or freights to railroad companies.
tin and s£e their extensive stock. They ki*f
Spring Hedsof all prices, Betldios
all kinds. l£x(ensioii lu Ash a""
Walnut, Looking-Glasses in
aiKl ivi ry thing usually Vepi in Knrr'rur-' >■'