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ASSOCIATZ EDtfl3lll: .
T.._RITIN VAN, T. MCCOLLOII,
a. A'.7ArILT, . G. W. RYAN,
:A. T. TALLEY.' • T••
COMMuatoatious -nay be eent to any one of the
aboe - o odttots, as may be 'preferred. aaterttt &ppm!!
M the funs of whleb be tat charge. -
J. T. !deem:Lem. Tolthot.
The present needs of our schools are
=kb greater than they have eirer been in
the past. During the last quarter of a
centuiy,the development of the cOneiry
has been unferalieled for rapidity in all
departments of arts and. industry. He
was well acqnSinted with the pall
' e- ed common studies in the near pait;inust
study with eamcskzeal to be comfortably
- Avell.informed to-,.day. TO . _ traditional
three-RIB-am -not even a sifigle step in
- what may lie — ki , rmed; X.cominon schoa
-education. The indivisipal who'relieSW
on past requiremenis to enable him, to
work successfully in any walk Mice, will
iiirely.find that lid is leaning on a broken
Agriculture . , wide M a ney country,
tanks amobg the easy arta vdth us now,
takes the rank and dignity of a science,
and those - who would aellievii even a mod
erate 'success as tillers of the soil, limit
add to industry and willing Minds abroad
culture Ist studies thatime. been thought
1 xuriesirithe past. thelreaures of the,
__soil no longer lie on
. the surface to be
'-.gathered like - manna by the improvident ,
hankbut are retreating daily from the
grasp ofr-thti: thoughtless and the idle.
d , With the increase of population, the be.
4... ,. .,,.&-tegsity for better AithcidsittsgricultOr.,
and better appliances for carrying ont
these methods, is more and More appar
ent. Surely` this fundamental branch of
national Prosperity is 'calling for'jxtter
skill and new energies all the -- titne,
Philosophy, Chemistry and Mathernat
lett° an advanced degree, all have4large
. supplying iieded material for
• "..7c.."irrying onllie business which lies at the
:eery foundation of out...civilization. Nay,
_more. The farmer must be intelligent in
all respects, or- he will fall a victim to the
numerous liordeTyhich is constantly-itriv- -
ing -to bias hisslidgment, and make him
• discontented with lot. The ranting.
deniagogne is more generally abroad than
the school-master;- and vulture4ilte de;
lights. to revel in the misfortunes and
fears of the unwark'FLike- ail other peo
pl&-the farmer is nr,more, danger from
ti' rest) ro2s withiP the 'camp than from any
enemy; either real 'Or supposed .Outside.,,
Absalom sits in the gate fo-day kissing
all who pass, and' witb fawning voice says,
,I were king," and with many a
spebious argument throws snares around
those who are lulled into security by his
denunciation of other professiohs, and his
pretended Inve for 'those whom he ad
dressesPi• ,Suspicion distrust, discontent,
and. rep.iiiinZlfre the cropiof,his sowing,
which come up and cholte-ttipeabbable
fruits of honest toil and, a - fiiii3d purpose.
'file, mind is poisoned by his insinuations,
-and the fatal error gains 'foothold - that
the-farni-idone has its, perplexities and
,61.1,.„and returns inadequate profits. The
isolation of. the farmer helps to foster
these sentiments, and create unrest and
iiis . satisfaction with that which alone rests
- upon a'secure basis. -
Ignorathe is extolled by these scherft;;ll
ing men, and the days long since past and
never tote desired, are held up as times
of pnreand'unallayed4appiness. =ls it a
wonder that with theite sentiment* pearly
planted and ._earefully cherished the hand
Of the, youth shrinks from its daily task,
and their eyes look listlessly toward the
blue horizon while they idly dream that
just beyond their view lies a business 2 of
ease and comfort? To counts act these
evils and turn the energy and hope of the
young into prospeitOus channels, is the
work demanded by the _times: A culture
must be given• that shall broaden the
views and utilekeethe sensibilitlea-cit.the
young. film example of good - and wise
men intitbe held up for thrjr elunlation,
and an4onest'Lprid• :Otheir business
itc4stliii'inculcated. Let the boys and
girls on the fit4ms understand tharltheir
poiVits of miiid7their talents, tave a field
Of worthy labor °kik_ before them ; that
intelligence, industif`and economy are
the price of all permanent success in
valatever field - Of labor they enter, and
tliey will be slow 0 eXchange the sure re-
Wards of Permanent librons_and ennobling
pursuits for callings, which at bead are
subject -to deri - itant vieissitude and•
Change. • •It is because' young : people are
taught to over•iestimate4he privilege 'and
profits of others, and rte under-estimate
their own - that they lo3tg to cast - themselves
upon the maleitrom of town anitcitigife.
Thei'forget that the 'highest. poweiii of
the human mind maite engaged worthi
ly _upon_ the broad acres where they have
been r'ereg, and that all the attributes of
noble souls may there receive the full de
Lei the yon\th remember that the same
gilded pictures which attract their
are constantly drawing thousands from
Secure places, in the'ain hope,th'it axoy
al road to lappinesi -somewherkif`
they couldrfknd it. -
• There, Vot tho,slightest reason. in
world• -- t - ty-agtt:ulturesho;ilCnot re eive
the - afteMn of ' est 'talentzin
land,. and be made ; replete Ilk the reit
rewards that g - ssait: those - who -are far
ful to their trust. - _
Education- should .be liberally enemas, a
aged; and the longing Osin' hitious sours
be well supplied, an dim) the weariness
rind dissatisiactio with or.e's lot will
never find mi at - Spriteeertain them.
It is too much to - s ppoa4liat this can be
accomplished. iri a moment. Conserva
tism is a arrdinal•virtue, add is nowhere
/so strong as among those who. feel but
.-' faiirlly the 'pulsations of the great-11mi
ness centers, but the truth should be-pro
claimed with faith in its final acceptarMe,
that the en-called prosperity in the giddy
walks of life, fair to-the eyeaVs the , --t
ples Of Sodom still turns.to dust - and ash,. } .
, ; „-es_in. the grasp of mankind. It is the
MOderite reflecting mind enlarged by
good anclArne'culture.that sees the' best
r•ide-,ofifin existence. On every uare
- and of the meadow is a month's stn alt — rif.
oa's most beautiful forms. Wipe. to
Rim Vio has the sharpness of irision - -to
discern thert4 - the processes Of vtable,
growtOrtvolve the 4est, priMples .in
• Abe - ientifiyZf natura -
1, -- - - ---,
I..et the, young be taught thit the_good
mid great do not all find places of preani.
riericeindapPlaitie in the affairs of Men.
The truly wile must be prepared'to enter
tain themselviShi more suhatantial pleas.
• , urea-than thes,e. • trnless the' orld is bet
ter for the; services which any -man can
render, it here better for him had 'those
services never been given. Let it be
' taugot to All mankind that trne 'and sub
, ~..oantial happinesi as an attribute of 'Me:
i,turemind, a calm and - unprejudiced judg
ilment. „The fickleness of the rice is con
•Z I stantly Opening up opportunities for those
~.• ~.. .
1 .,4 who eatrperibrm goodAflices thinankind;
I:and the world will readily deniatAt the
-services of all wharnit*ally needs. Na:
- tuna' representativeli h tan not bit,purer
than the amnia frotriChence theytkrieg,
and he who forwisli wit in the gra*Vocm
iititnency of a happy State, needs al 's
fine,qualitles and lofty sentistent.of;filin
whO iepresents that oonstituency. __ .
' *orth and intelligence are prime imies-.
Ales in - the masses 'whckgon4thitr , :the
power behind the throne. When; WOW'
notion and .cnitire, a - Whote *immunity_
is made fit to occupy places of Minor and
trust, it willnot be y matter of envy for
others When one trail is selected to repre
sent:3llOM,- Or such one conscious of his ~
own rectiiwiforill feel the,
i recompense of
an may consclenc e; indlutroad culture :-:
Will raiseiddrabove the pettydistinctionsl
which now abut out his higliestgood from
,his view. • ""
Teachers' Associatiotiis• the war-path
jeekis one that is never likely to be settled r
as lOng as parties hold differea.opinions
about the'rylative merits orthOp Ars' in
use Tl4re is probably only one series
irhith some ,in,.the county 'Would, be will. ; ,
lug to accept, tuad nlartypeople would not
agree-t.hat,it-is thel4t..l!...The only way
atter A - is to let the Peitiow the several ;
townships and boronewkwettleAbs matter
, through their' directors. • Toglatteinpt a r,
county adoption,ia unuecessalv and nn
,wise, and if it simply means
_pat the ty- r ;
fanny of the •past fiftein -years is -to be
perpetuated, and an extravagant series of
six poorly arranged' arithmetics be
purchased when two wouldlur sOet-
Aar purpose, and be purchased fcir'Oneif;',":
third the money, then' tho leis said about
the matter the better,Ae idea thit com
munity is to furnisliriifteit books is not'
a good'ones. The poor are supAted'
when necessary, and it would)* wrong to
tax the peaple for books for tin'se who
are able to buy for themselves. The pres
'enklaw is good enough, and rightly sup
poses that the.people of the several Ala
tricts desire to tnake their own choice of
bordnr.toAinused in the schools. A. change
from this plan is not dettira-ble; big would
be positively inconvenient. '
134 Z ,7 Q X Ph ilarklphia.
CERGIANIZEMMTgIiIItIi 1, 1817 ,
ASSETS nearly - $4,000,000.00
" This - Association continues to insure from Loss
and Damage by Fire. Buildings, lionschoid Fur
niture, and Merchandise generally.
WM. S. E $T, Aged.
' '- - '..v.
Malin - Ittireet, Towanda, Paj
*A 0 G
Gener,al„peatrs-41,. , _ •
- TO THEIR NEW STORE,
CORNER OF MAIN. & PINE:Ste
iThe old4tiodef Foi, Stevens lit Meteor.)
They Invite attenthin to their complete Assortment
very large stock OfChoice New Goode,
1, which they hays always oit hand.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TCrTNE.
And Casti paid for deslrabViklnds.
LONG. • GEO. STEVINS
_Tovranti, Aprt 1 MN
4. M D'O tr. TIL I H
dfEB r4NT L.O B,
Opposite Park,.TOWlh i i;A, PA.
ck' --- and
I:,th . -
la gretvartety, made to order,. at the
VERY LOWEST PRICE.
LAME!. MATAILLASSi CLbAKINGS,
J 'inCSIS lll}lllll3 ' 1111131 GOODS.'
' • I st reiltleca
'Windsor .4carfts, •
-:-' l l7 • - 1. •
Prom if tca bleu.
-- --, • .
grAD,t ' . am suck was COlMECiplyi
MOSS • ' .. . .
Ave 0 ct.34 . Ir j,4 - 4 101 : 1 . Poet, Towanzra.
TT EI4GH VALLEY,
Niffe - TORg: RAIL ROADS
Ainateart,g et, P ienLer 'Tesloll'lo tot• elect
. 140iE0114.11 10, ISM •
smiirwra so. _ A ingsrwAso.
31115 9. 1 STA,TI ' 4BIO 8. 3 241
- Pm on Astra 0
2. 1 0 t l f • 51451'45 1 0 • 103 ;.: 105 ....
T jig : :l r: :47l - ' . .:.: :,:itaffski.“ 11 • , .820 1 • ....
.".‘;• 4 1 7 •• '..:. .9200-hestek.. 10 , , 61 , 1 , , .:.
:, 630$' , •.... ......1.70501... • 817 11 * S -......
10 #54 9 = .... ~••..Genen... 70 6 - 15 814 ;,,V.
1 .3 ,11 ••••• :,,,.1(86e.a.,:. 6• • 34.6 ..„
11 #25 5OO. ... .. Auburn „1000 .. 925 1
40 0• • i p., -.. ~.0101C0... $25 .. 6309' •
52 906 1 17 3 . 20 .: . Elm ra .. 521012 0615 8 , .
6 1 9 145 909 ..11, • 69er1y,,, 4.45 11 ~6 40 7 ,
4ZI 101 0.65 915 ••..88779.... 438 11 • 1074
,85 198, 4 , 00 938 ....4100108.,„ 45/ 11
.j ib 047
. 0•9; ..„ .... 990 .-. _Milan.. ...". 11 4 567
640 . 940 ....J.J1 9, 10r.- .... II 447 7 1
1 op 1011 2 30113 CO •.70W211D4' '4 IC 111:qt 51.' 7 0.
..30. .... .... 1010 WyBauklng .... 1040411 24 A
„ „ ;.„
..„0099 ' tan 5 Imo. .... 103114 is ....
.• • : •• • . .... 10 30 ItnoVertleld ... 10 Pl 4 10 ...
„.. ...„.„ 919 rreuchtown ... 10
t 4 92 ~.
•... 11 26 10910 W. i Vi r ri l " i lt It ~ ••• 10 3 57. ••• •
0 0) - • 1183 127 111511;sseertIltes - 1 021 9 *SA 31 4
a „,...,:-. ~ !JO 9 0 117trs• Eddy
~.µ l 5 415 30, I
12,00 3_44 11 37 NI.II IIO PP OI, - .L.4111 3 15—
A "; I•ii29 4 : '.. 12 ' 1 1 2 1 10 4 4. .,., , / . 8 0 b .
.I' l ra j ra n
Z 3 9 .1 :2 ' 1 . 91 . ,8 9 , . 1 '1 4 9 4 1111 ,
72 '...• ... : 12 40 ,:144- 1 731 1 , 0 8, . ,„ o_9 4 2 37 4 ...
&to 105 45p 45p hili Janc s B .1 , 35 8 2 058 0
4z .1115 sri 200 : 1 4"._11k3narre lOS 7 1 4718 4 ,
11 00 3 i 710 49. kroh . V oolllll 11 • .. . 111114 • •
12 03 4414 24 . 55. , • A Ilentowa • 10;0 03 ••,. 1004
12 15 4Joaas • 4 05 . 110101 ehe 1 6. 950;.. ... 86 542 ,
1250 6077 10 620 • - - E 81 . 10 1 1 ... 1120 .. II Z 3 , ,
• 0 6-40 1000 815 P81184'191 Bop .. 818 a.
Is o .10 05 .... 92 5 , Ner r York- is 7:.•• 6 30 1 ,
0, M. A.3(.0...3( E , it ~.,..... ....- • P.M. A.Wi. AX PM
Trains SI and
S and LS be ass
and bats►een L
Parlor ears on
Balls and Phil
a e :;94. C:0 1' 63
FALL AND WINTER
CL (MI NG !
wniez ITAS NEVER
BEEN EQLIALLED OA EXCELLED .
Quality or Low Pricefi
HE SELL FOR CASH AND. WILL NOT BE
FULL LINE OF HA 'S
p Patt:an's Block, M '
Hu filled up the old gore of 0. A. i o acrilth a
tell Hee Of
FANCY GOODS, 2:
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
A great Tartetyot •
LAMPS, LANtRNS, CHIMNEYS
- -t , ,..... s '
Sewing lfseblnes of the !natty/ makes sold for
Cash at store, at wonderfully lois prices.
Are Invited to look over our assortment. as we are
determined to do all In our power to please. Re
member the place,
ImPßovar. v n
. . .
The subserlhet Is prepared to tarnish the latest
and but machinn ferttis farmer at the latent
This Is the best and_
plows, and Is adapted ,to all kink of - soil ani
With bteel Rods; large truck. heels and latest
ItOprwrements. . • .
.This Is an excellent - power an has no Sureties
among double-seared roars,
WHEELER'S NEW THRESHERS . - AND
CL - EASERS—wah overshot dad 'undershot.
rAtteution la called to Wheeler-! Atelle&'s Meer
Improved Undershot Thresher , one of *bleb will
be on exhibition Jitter July =b. '
Several other kinds of Threshing Machines for
sale, among which are Grays Steel Rod Power.
MO Thresher/ and Cteanerre; and Parkes
Ddate-Gearat-fotecra, and Peerless Thresher.
This Is the most complain Grain Drill In use.
Sample! on exhibition.
I am prepared to supply anything In the line of
farm Wagons. Halt Skeleton, Open and Top Bog
gles and, Carriages, very cheap. Cortland.. Bath
and Empire Wagons and Carriages. Empire' nd
Xagkson Farm Wagons, etc.
40 , 21COATINOS,
itst waived, carload of Fayetioettle Excelsior
Cement, the best and Cheapest In the market.
benefaction guaranteed. .
• • .
• • . ,-..
For Rouse and othei painting. Beady for the
brush. Cheep and good. Baiter Blau you huy in
the ordinary way. 2. • .
IS run daily. 'Sleeping cari un trains
cat Niagara Falls sad Philadelphia
ions and New York without changes
Trains 2 - and 1/ between N k tgark ,
adelphia withikw. change. -
A:-IPACKER, Sept,. •
ct. 10, Wk. P. k N. Y. It. It,
Ibis sowrTh - leltred his
BEFORE IN TOWANA,:!
Byer) , Article First• Class.,
• t UNDERt3OLD p
A GOOD OVERCOAT, $3l
AND NEW 'GOODS
SILVER :PrAII I ED GOODS
HACfIINE NEEDL Era
LADIES,IO ENTS AND' CHILDREN
"OLD 'CROCKERY STORE
Toida 1,x710, 137,1.
THE WIARD TRUE CHILLETY,eLOW
FARMERS' FAVORITE GRAIN DRILL
SZNI) You CIRCULARS ASTI 'ILIUM,:
°Mee In Wale CentSt*e.• Warebouite ,fa rear
- • •
f sane lad ‘Flnt laatiaaal Rank, *Ad tok olley
mown rpm raptor to Me meet.
- R. M. VELUS.
Towanda, I*. Juli)s. 18 " 1
AND 811AiING, AT Vii'''
11 7 crizeicii
Vigig , 'Paxlot
swiro idady to Owe. -
T, TITDOE. Prafr.
Th rum* Po" Jill) , lk, JO
o fhweeisors to Illeintury Dealers to
,Flain Mentelai Complete "215.001 White Ma rble for Children " 1115.00
..IlitiliFine -' - ; . 20.001 ', - a ' Extra Fine .10.00
"Cranite Monuments =. - 15Q.00 I Suitable for Crown Prole- 8.00
s Extra Fine for Family 226 .00 I a' sa a Ex.Flite MOO
- Mirl would,neoinuiend especially the Beautiful COLUMBIAN MARBLE, mud far mere durable for
tide climMs Will not suit. or DISCOLOR with age like older warble.
A. W.' '. A. - YMIZS v r~ -, • '', ~
Rd, 414; 446 ad Granite Yard • 458, q6O 162 East Water Street , ELMIRA, N. T.
.. . .
From the Filcto . r)i;4o';.tlieWearer.
_ Shirts of Superior Nos in. Extra Elie' Linen Shield Bosom,.
- - Open Back, French Yoke, and completely finished for
• -*ILSE) A 'DOZEN - it '- .
nimblyleted sursmatneata *ra ea' of lb. IF I Collo* Factories lathe 1111041bistre Terse w• eezC
HA airpt of Shirtiest Muslin, ot estrrentlytoor s, not Amino lamely lorreu mu forait'.... 1.4.
'lnuntlfary •of aittda end bard Skirt*, to pri es, we tom OrtekkJ to makes.' IntratOSlS Iltral
, f.: 4 51 llt., v 4.110 bumpy adopted by Sitoilartdablithliadlit.,ll24 fa rise* notritirrs eetrretiy In MILIT/.44 . 1-
4 Witik lb* polio tor, Una treleing the tsurnson•rrOlits roortiml by Widdliallaa ma e. retail
'ado. .n 4 enabling Iti to mkt the fallowing onprwerriented offer:
'superior 3104;r., Ilettbist Mated Freacli tut* EOM, se atom audy Tar ova; . . . - /i. 50. . -. 4,00
.1. , .:. he set ennui_ 4p led Stem andtollat Settees ymented to Mb rault.....Mf 3. ens it fliiros.
Sample Shirt is tnni reanpleta. with set Bo am *bone, senil.lntpifaii t..f_ mail en I venikt rat .
mate:' Intimat eau , *Ant. t o be
I. Oreturlabe In every r•tt.u‘t, to Iwilstoutitntlfall 0 •4
roily *Wend. .ad .1 ..1 in appeannate. durability alui style to soy Shirt ffine....1.1 a. f ...lint '
n e r thre•Zinri es Moen. Sen.l.lnto of •..!Ine nretn..rcutureetnen uf 4.. t znolitnifth ..I,ant. I:rtruaulne "
~.1..1nc fr - .^t u• y"Ott ware all optelde preens. •
" Hoyle *hint too, 1.• Ir• as 0h0..•. Petnt..sl...nnnen•Currroer taf,,,o. ' iNtalocooof r•M%............e - 4 .
dui...mu - NEW Volltr. EERNISLUNG CO., dill grailill. ay, -t" ~ , l'er l' O. C.*/
RITY & MORREL, , _
Esnaptiotea mu.] :.....';':: •
...,, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
DlerloolsTs sUNDiumcnal , B*ltiwiltirs
, < . ..tc., & l c., .., • :
;;; 126, LAKE STILIT,
reb. ' 2B, , EUSIMA, 2i. T
LADIES AND GENTS,
FADED DRESSES, COATS. OR ANY ARTICIA
THAT NEEDS CLEANING OR DYEING,'
,We „will ; •
GIVE SATISFACTION OR PAY , you. THE
. GARMENTS. •
Rg.BERTt 2 .
CELEBRATED DYE St:CLEANSING WORKS,
• 434, 486 do 183 WATER-ST.,
ELMIRA, N. Y.
Established 1855. '
Were returned C.O.D. by expressif de
WOODEN . -
Nr — T tr Ai P. TUBING
The iruletsiono.cl ftile!' resumeifbusloess at his
oldrn'tace, is noss,ready to supply Farmers, Torment,
• ' 81:11ERIOR ARTICLE,
AT PRICES TO -SUIT THE TIMES. •
(Successor to I.S. iloneta, Elmira,)
- • 122 , R. Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira., June 10, 14"Iy
yr M. E 'T -
I • _
Wholesale and Beta' I,
CD 0 rl l -T-1 . 1 - 14 - 0:
133 EAST WATVIL !MIME?.
- -tORING BLOCK, ELMIBA.
N. Y. Jape 13, 1878
ow winimiCprit=„l.o. .... ...., 6
liS venom o us. - nusiv Cos... t.
....1 --, all! *ROC . a
.XX COT; plum (not painted, white
' • Duck). '
s2,°°,m`ritreeaTtnal'ainaur - emork° l :.P.7s7.
the body as pleasantly, and lays straight. Folded
or openedAstantly, relf.iktening ; Just the thing
for hotels; cdneesVittpttages, camp moorings, sports
men. ete. • Good tor the lawn. piazza, or • the cool•
eat zdaZecin the house:" Splendid for invelida.
Send- for ,Orcolim Sent on receipt .of price, or
C.O. D. Pew 30 Cis. extra, with order, I will
prepsy'espressage to any station on line of IL B.
can of Mississippt River; and north of Mason I
Dixon - line. , .Yor 73 eta. in Minn.:Mo., and lowa.
HERMON W. I. ADD, 1001 FUltoti St Poston;
Canal St.,;.New York; 165 Forth Second Street.
c - b.
home made b igrran e
ust d. • 1 /12 a daj at
ital not required; we will start - you. Men Women.
boys and' irls ,make tottey faster at work for as
time at anything else. The work is light and
pleasant, and such as anyone can gorightat. Those
who are wise who see this notice will send.us their
addresses ft once and see for themselves.; Costly
Outfit and tends free. 'Now is the time. Those
amid" it work are laying up large sums of money.
Address' TRUE * CO., Augusta. Maine.
sqEs A WEEK in your own town, sad no capital
lg rioted. yen. can „Ore the htuinesa a nisi
rwit outrespense. The best opportunity ever offer
-ed.corte willing to wort. Too should try noth
ing elm until you see for yourself what you can do
at the business we offer. No room to espiala here.
You can devote all your time or only your spare
time to the business, and mate good pay, for every
boar that - you wort.' Women make -as much as
aten. Send for suecial priest. tantalised pantos.
lam which we ‘ rustU free. $3 outfit tree. Don%
eckaplala of bard times while you have inert a
chance. Address U. IiALLETT it CO., Portland,
7:77:T - * - .: 4-:
5T0,1148 AND TIN TF-4 R .41;
11 - EHIIC.ED PRICES!
H. T. JUNE, AGENT - •
Is now openhig a large and general asso rt - 11•'
• srdsrare. Cutlery, droves Nails, Iron., t 3 i.
TAints, Oils, Varnishes , Tin ware, House Yst. rtilstt
log Goods, At—purchased for cash and o ff ered far
!late at Bargains to those who pay cash for goo*:
ANGES and Codling Stoves,
Coal and Wood, at low Rites, at JUNE'S.
THE Gossip, the best lowzprieed.
Move for 01SW aail the _
ever made, M
FOR Horst;-Shoes and Horse-3116e
Nails, got) J UNW 8.
.A LARG . relock of Bar; Square,
Round, Haar-ltwand, Oval, HatfAvni. Band,
and Hoop Iron, at u VIE
VOR Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, -
golo . J.UNEII.
ANTERNS—a great variety at
low pricer, aY _.„. JUNE'S.
LOCKS,. Latches, and, Bolts - ; * 'every
variety andklud,. at : JUNES..
C AST and Toc. (Steel) ; at
I)lSSTargtelebrated Saws, at
t T ABLE and Pocket Cattery,iit
Trial:lSE parnishiag (loods, at
AILS Spikes, all sizes, at
NORWAY and Sweed'a Iron at ,
MEMIANICS will find 44 odas
sortotent of Tools st J • NE'S.
A LARGE stock of Philat elphia
can tap and Tire Bolin, at ArNE.I3..
WIRE Cloth, at
DOWDEIt,Shoi and Caps, for sap
11 at JUNIVA;
BLASTING P9wder, at
WILES and Rasps, a full assort
ment, at JUNE'S.
MItY Cloth and,Paper, at4l
Sand Paper. JUISirS.
NVINDOW GLASS, from 729 to
2036, at JUNE'S.
QCREIV,S and Tacks, direct from
the manneartaters, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at reddced prices, at JUNES.
jtAMP, Lamp Burners,Chimneys,
.4 Shades, and Wicks of every variety. at
THE Graphic and New Jewel, th
meat perfect and ornamental beatint
the world, at JUNE'S
ROPE, Sash, Cord, Tvkine and
Wick, all sizes. a JUNE'S.
TINWARE -ft large and 'general
Itworttrient it.t low prim, at J ILLIS
' • CRAWS SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The . Great TRADE , Nl_ EC
- „*..-----. E-N.G LlOlll . ._.
r , newedy,
_.., Will progiptiy
. at f .
radically 4,.Vrr a • • 4
. • any & every case ....
- ' .of Nervous Debit
. A. - • '' 4 irels:lrWortidis. es+ t i' 4o" " ..
_.• • • '._. ".. cretion.excess or - --'7 - ..-...
Beloperaknoverwork of the- 4z ' Takbig
brain A noncom
system"; Is perfectly hinnies's. acts ilke tilagtc.und
has been extensively toed for over thirty years
with great, success. 'Sir Inn _particulars In oar
pamphiet,mhich we dealt's tw:send free by malOp
every one. BS. The Specific Medicine Is sold by
all detiggists.ut Qt per.package, or slx packages for
Is, or will tre'sent ' free by man on receipt of the
mouef by add resiing f2'.
IAIE GRAY RIEDIEIRE EO.,
No. a Mechanics' Block. DETROIT. MICIL
Said to Tewands by C. T. KIRBY. and by
droggistsbserywhere. Jobostien.liolloway l< Co..
wholesale agento..l'lllls. 10. 1871sy1.
COLN= PAUL AND UM= knurxretTOßAlDA.
Coal screened, and delivered to any part of the
Bore', adding eirtage to the above 'Meet. ALL
OSIMUS NCE.T.I63 A.:COMMAS/mu Irf ?Mt CAB=.
Towanda, Jan 5111T7
FRO 6T I B ;SONS °
iffiOL I ZILLIVM 3rtlOTAre ,
WWII Door prepared for tte*SiBING mum
with P tall Ups of •
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS
- 011 TES
LATEST STYLES' ND LOWEST
Irmo worlaitite i ttle pada to eaU lad ataiaam
. Oartaiworailatotl -
WAWA). -M3 ,
03' ' . 1
VZ.:I l t we 121.4!!"ifit.!! a TerVlaw poled:- i •
SPRING liED4l'''' '- -•';.'• :L,.
In thls;department We &frays bare the best Veda
in the am#lltet, and are conUnually adding ,
• with all the. •
whUe oar prices are the lowest.
J. 0.- FROST'S SONS*.
Towanda, April 9, 1919.•
MEAT - r MIRICEAN.
Would respectfully enflames that tie treontlnolncc
the 3fareet business at the old stand of Mullock
Bundell, and tellies all times keep a full supply of
411111" "fr,ITS -',
Odh . •
FRESH & SALT MEATS, ,
°fitters in their Season.
air Ail Goods,dellvered Free of -Charge. .
Ttistanda, Pa., June IS, Ma. ,
RE OLD MARBLE YARD
;,,STILL IN OPERATION.
The undersigned having webs/Ned the MAR
RLE YARD of the late oF.ORGE McCABE, da•
sires to inform the public that having employed
experienced men, be is prepared to do all kinds of
writ In the line of • •
• MANTLES and
In theCrery best manner =Wet lowest fetes:
Persons desiring anything in the Marble line ate
invited to call and examine work, and save agents'
• JAMES MCCABIL
Towanda, Pm, New, la. 187 e. i 24tf
• _l 7-
The undersigned baring purchased from Mr.
McKean the COAL, YARD •
AT THE FOOT 01 PI N PINE
HOUSE STRUT, NEAR THE
ineltes the patronage of his old Mandl and the
r , liublic generally. 1 shall keep a full aseottment
of all sixes, -
COAL ARRE AND LOYAL.
AND anata. BELL AT
LOWEST PRICES'FOR CAM.
• NATHAN TIDD.
T,oeranda, Pa.. Aug. IL ISM • WI
MFAT MARKET! .
MYER & DsVOE
REIDLENAN'S * BLOCK, BRIDGE STREET,
• Keep on band.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS,
DRIED HEEF,_FISH, POIATItYP
GARDEN VEGETABLES AND BERRIES IN
Sr Ali goods delivered free of Aerie. I
myza k MTGE.
Towends.Pa.. ?day 2 s. PM
♦nnounce to the people of Towanda - and vicinity
that they are now prepared to furnish
And Vegetables In their season, at the most reason
able rates. Evertang pnrehased of us
dellrefed promptly tree of charge.
Sir Our location. ONE DOOR NORTH Or
SCOTT'S B/LKERY, taco:mutant for all.'
We bezibe best stock, and take great Was to
keep nverxtblog In the best or4er. Givens a call.
DOSECRANSE k DEZWZD.
Towanda, Dec. 8, DOS.
BOARDING "AND EXCHANGE
The itildetelitned baying rented the old Means
!louse Barn; andprovided himself with
NEW BUGGIES AND WAGONS,
. .11.14,1 D
1 N 1 1
1 1 11 i 11
HAY FEVER IS BELIEVED- BY 171 M.
A Marsden, itfectuai and itionplo Reotedy. ,
Appiication Easy and 4preeab tt
'MaWieet irtrthy wagtail. giving Instant ve le!
anti as • ew.ittiva without:a equal..
It las hataksentedy aubstltatlng the diaagmattle
ass of I "4034 wen that only excite trod give
tem • . • •
that. Bores In Lae naviti are heated! is $
taw hays. lileseaeba t athe elleet f, Catarrh. Is dim.
slpated In an thmost Waglealliwwwer. -
ASK YOllll DRUGGIST FOR CIRCULAR. -
Price Sew ELT Illtowlsaft, Owe"; N. Y.
For ale by CLAIM B. POSTE% W1111..i10111110,
'smote & Co.. Blohamtoo. N. Y.s
Gentlemen—l found so much relie ffrom using the
sample bottle of Elite Cream Balsam, for Catarrh.
that I putehaird three bottles of lane else. Which
has almost eared me. I bad su.ffered with catarrh
fu ir se° piem; at . Moos -the pain would be so bad
that I eras obliged to stay la the house sad lend fo
a doctor. I bad entirely lost all sense of Dash.
Thes-Eveaus Balm baa worked a =Dade for me. I
shall persevere lb Its use, for.; am duavisoed'iterili
effect leans • s:
C. B. Halal" Blmrhastitoss i .Y.
ROSECRANSE & BREWEIjp,
FRESH AND SALT MEATS,
- POULTRY, PIZU, OYSTERS,
ts no, prepared to iseermaintiste the public at
New Boggles for male eliesip.
B. W. LANE.
Towanda. PS., July 18.1878. 771'
Is CUBED BY
BLDG . STREBT,-,:
Ii; a 4.0;
TWOfiITORES IN ONE!
Ravin Stabled our teellttleritils err*.
as me metes, we as prepared to otter you s
Wier dock than ever before, sod at roamed.
g , ..
At the way thee we keep
row the staedenket our
We gantsntins satisfaction. We are Prepatattodo .
anytilng In that lino on short moth*. and are de
Call and see for yourself
Towsn4l",_May Ist, 1679,
cTkofollottinc tattles of time are arefully pre.
pared "mad will be promptly eorreetod, and may oe
relied an accurate.] ,
SOUTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD
GOING NORTH. GOING Sou Ta. . -- . ,:.
I.IIIM. Express. 11.20 Pst 'Phila. Express:lo.W A x
Phila. Nt Ex.. 6.24 Ast Phila. Nt.,EiL:ri.So ir m
Freight & acc.10.50 • x Freight A At0....''‘.33 P M
LSATZ RATRX. ARUM, AT BATHE.'
Way FL it Act:J.ll A X Phila. Espreirs.ll.lS All
Paint. Express-5.40 P,x Way 111. & Ace 11.24 p'x ,
Phils..Nt. Ex... 3.30 • X, Phila. Nt. Ex.. 9.44 P.x
ARRIVX AT AUBviell—Phlla. Expremµ-9*P all .
!bile. Night Express. 9.80 A X ; Way Freight and
Aeconunedatlext, 440 5 X. ,
LZATX Avaanx—l i blia:—Express, L3s A 1r 1
11111 1 / 1 4 $l/ght Express. Lake x ; Wisy Freight and
.Accoirdation. 11.20 A N.
- 4 - 5
- tlre, , ..
EXRA g:INDITAMTON it NEW `:YOBS
- ,-0 RAILROAD.
irs.ill nwittu•xeciie. ' ARRA% AT lIINGII'3ITON.
N. Y.APri - Ex.S.OO i. at Ring'ation Ex. 8.45 pl 4
Syracuse x..'.7.55 A x N.Y.& pit'aEx.l2.ss P x
N.Y. & PIVARs 1.45 A X Ac'ommodstn. 6.12 P X
Local Freight—T.oo A x Local Freight.: 8.55 P x
CORN.ING, COWARESQUE&ARTRIat RAIL.
. 4. ROAD.
Cerull:— ....Leave 10.20 A 31,'5.40 r.lc, 11.33 A X
Lawrenceville. 66 11.15 A 5t.4.50P - ..M. 7.88 Lar
Wellstero.... arrive 12.30 P x,.625 P re, 10.15 A 14
oone.a Icolcvs. .
Corning Arrive 6.45 Px, 10.13 Ler, LOS r
Lswrencerille. •' B.= Px, tat AN, 1.46 16 N
Wertabore.. .Dopart 4.20 rx, 8.15 PN, 11.30 r
UTICA, ITHACA a ELMIRA RAILROAD
L.r.art Emittna—Train -No. 1 at B.lCrik 3s, vrith
through mall and Expree.a, making principal atom
and arrive at Ithaca at 8.08, Freer - 111 d 8.30; Cort
Train No. 3 leaves at 1t..10 PAC, Van Etten 441.
Ithaca 1430. Preeville &X, Cortland 8,08, and nrs
rave 7.50 P i.
AERIVZ IN ZIAIIIIA—From the atxrre..polnts at
2.05 and 8.10
ELMIEA,ItTRACA k GENEVA,
,la Genera, Ithaca it Sayre Railroad
Trains leave Sayre piling north at 4.55 A )l and
8.41 I* 34. arriving In Ithaca at 8.35 A Il and 7 30 p
34, and In Geneva at 8.40 A it and 8.25 P 31.
A train leaves Ithaca at 6.00 A Id, arriving in Ge..
neva at 7.40 A Y.
Train* leave Geneva going south st LOO A At,' 2.40
31 and 5.35 P 34. arriving at Sayre at 11.20 at
I.ICATZ MIXIR I. ARXIVA AT ALIIIKA.
!Mambos Mail 94.1. A x Elmira Ex II :0 ► x
alosshuns Ex.. 11.20 le 31 Elmira Mall ... 7.30 P.ll
w0ir0ght...12.25 P X Way Freight-10.50 Asa
All Eipreis trains connect with C. C. and A.
Wellsboro trains, and also with Elkland trains at
SENECA LAKE STEAM NAVIGATION COM
GoING Sorts-.. Leave Geneva 7.= arthrtpi
at Watkins at 11.00 A X.
GOING NORTLI—Leave Watkins at 1.20 P Y, CO ,
liTlng at Geneva at 3.00 P 3C.
.20 10. n,
5.53 9.4 q
13 33 9.110
1C0132N,..1 ge r ,
. 1 4 ,Z=
NO. E. St. Lords Express
No. 3, Pacide Express
No. 9. Accommodation and Way train
No. 1 7. Buffalo Express...-4...
No. Ib. Monitor
No. 1, Day Express....
No. 1. Night Expreis
No. 16, Monitor
No. 12, Aceziattiodation...
No.ll. N. Y. Express
No. a. Way Mall
No. 111, Atlantic ExPresc.
1. 1111 A 1 All
( 1 A 111.1,10 rAll Ald
CO 1.17 3.20 ..,Elnalra..: 5.33112:406.16 3.5 ,
9.43 1.43 9.00-11raferly.. 4.4511,130 5.40 7.5.
10.1 t. 55! 9.151 Sayre ... 4.nil. 3..9 s'lo .4 .
1 0 .13'2.00W* —Athens,
...i. 4.31:11.33 5.04,7.7
10.4112:30 1 .1k00 1 :—Tuiranr1.00j111410!C33 1 7.r
10.263.09,10: 35f.WyLaiiiiIng.1 —llo.oS:3.32i— ft .
Amulet -PROW, NORTH.'
Day Express .: 4 -11.00 A X
Willtsaispt Ae.12.25%r st
Elmira Ac 7.40 P
Southern Ex—. LSO P
. AXOIPE PROM 00t111.
Fast Mae 10.33 P
Northers Es —12.20 P
Niagara Ex,... 6.18 r-
WgilareA26 . lt
eNt SM. ‘S
it SUM SIM initiMin. loft* warytemnimpe
vat as rata, arm sem sad versions
tt rezz6 mca fdissig i rd raftelzar a i m b
i ittrodei t
f"Nito ud i t e= =auk rgit iall *
.VlThiarer si ak a irtman armobeemnr; itte
thWa l • M I N
VE I T O
tree k N e Vl t lf7r,aaggr uu•
r ind as 'AI cumin mad
We SW rt
!ryes see dintrwaskaid biriptettedArtnl. Da*
assistspeau. TotramassiVreargs• .
It NOT SIM 7 Ililh. It has own
lireateb *Oh ibe;weelloO4 isfatanibM. Aglitm,
?be Hap PM earSlomidi, Lim EN ts siteseler %la
alerits. 'pm by =ea— Ulm perboli. A ► r ingabbi.
Tb.S.C.I ids shriel• rar
"Mr* en=g9 Mairi Mfg., Co.,
CORNER MAIN a WASHINGTON STREETS
ToIIiAND4 PA. ' •- ,
Meals at all bouts. Terms to salt the thins. Large ,
• stable attached.
WM. HENRY. rIIOPRIFTO E.
Tewin July a, vas-sa, •
. Muni ism rtrio,zoailiday%)
Thts welkitnown bonabliae been thoroughly eato.
mutat and repaired tbswitheut, and the mote
tar Is now prepared to oder lirst.elase Atearamoda-
Woos to the pe,. on the most reseetiable term.
Towanda, RA, MAT Sr UM 1
Of all kinds as
iouss,; - setcgALTir)..
rrlve.... Towanda.. ..Dep
M0nr0e....,.. • •
" Foot of Plane.. "
LINE ii•SuLtivAw - BAAL
Aritre.Towanda.Departi 0 3.00
. 66 ...Mon ro e.. 66 f 4.1 8.31
66 „Wilcox's— " 11 4.10
66 New Alban] " 1.13 ) 4.30
" ! 15, , 4.45
66 -..Dushore.. 201 5.13 ,
" —Hendee:. " I2B' 5.55 ,
• r is
~... 4 02 "
' 6..03 - "
ZASTWAED 11017 ND
PA. it. N. r. RAILROAD
NORTH*, ARD. •
Fast 1.1ne,.....10.55 A X
Canadair* As/5.50 r
Northern Ex.. 112.20 r X
Niagara Ex./. 6.15
PSI Express. —9.05 A x
Wllllavospt Ac.. 3.20 r
tent TUX Wl ' OiliAN PLAN.)
Alm' anti fo serald.
- What I Ran Advocatel
First, and . nearly twenty years ago, l
the mowing of pass for hay before
it is seeded. _
2. Root eilture for food for cattle
8. Some permanent gratis, never
under any circumstances to beplowed.
4. - Breeding mutton sheep` : -. and
Managing, them so a 8 , yo bring in an
anntia.. income from mutton- and
wool at the same time -by' growing
'great quatities of riots, increasing
the manure so much- as to grow a
great deal mere. grain, and more of
every variety of farm produce.
5. By growing mangolds and car
rota, and feeding milch cows. with
these roots, and with bright and fine
flavored hay, mannadturing the fin-1
est - quality of butter in' the winter.
0. 'Breeding powerful, highly-bred
horses, to be -sold to carry heavy
gentlemen in England in the nation
al sp6rt4 fodiunting—being a style
of horseanding 'the readiest
sale at a very high price.
7„, For_ more than
_fifteen years, the
getting rid of those " - Useless append
ages nail very dangerous weapons
—horns on.the heads of the bovine
S. The confining of logs instead
of ranging• about,' injuring -crops,
grass, gardens and poultr,y, arid the
contrary With fowls.
Many- other changes, 'etc., have
been recommeaded, and, •as I have
lived to see the best and must intelli
gent of our agriculturists anxious to
adopt some of these changes,. I hope
to see the rising generation enter ,
fully into. mixed , stock farming, and
going on upon the high feeding of
theland as well as the fattening of
&title and sheep.
'High fanning sounds high, but it ,
does not mean expensive and reck
less feeding or manuring:- ?:: - Vliose
who are called high farmers in Eng
land-see their way elearer'than the
Norking farmer •who does not occupy
W fourth of the land. I assure timid
agriculturists that they:
apply manure so that it wilt stell - on
the crops which will be eaten by the
live stibch torthe farm, and any clear
headed man can see how• a double
advantage is gained from thn combi
nation of highly feeding bOt Otock.
Hornless, cattle are the more need.:
ed. cat .account of the . exportation
alive 'which \ causes the absence of
horns.to be sb,veryklesitable. They
took the priies,at Paris. over evety
other 4? . .reed, and have; .singe =proved .
superior so that fashionf-lind preju
dice will have to give way. When
the ininaaement of mutton sheep -is
such as to bring shear hits and draft;
ewes whiCh hive bred only twice to
be worth about $l2 to 15 each, bare '
shorn, and havingfleeces worth about
$4 each, who will warit.tb go hack to
miserable lambs at $3 each, and old.<
er sheep not more than ss'i And
when farmers gro* thirty, fOrty or
fifty acres of roots, many - Of them af
ter crops of whia'. peas, Tye,' .wheat
or other grain,
live stock in the spun;.to be heaithi
and fatter than when ..taken 'from
in the preceding atio. 'in, Who
will want to grehalek to e 'lld - state
of things ?;:The more e more
manure is made, and the ..ore ;ma=
nue the better the cr.. : of every
variety. G. G.
Over-Breidillg of 'Horss.-
• An. old stock-raiser well.and truly
says that in .the,..a*empt to breed
fast trotters. for
. the track, breeders'
have to a remarkable degree lost sight
of or niglected thtl'art of Breeding
good roadsters and the popular horses.
for all work, whether before a buggy
or Aplow s 'a coupe or a niowing ma
_chine, horSe rake, teddgr, or whatever
. an ordinary farmer,' mechanic , merchant or tradesman wishes to do
with , his horse. . 'Merl' are such
hors* but . the supply - comes'_ - far
.short of the dethand. - .'‘A class of ,
horses of about the weightz of one
thousand pounds, each :severally, a'
little more orless, that Can-trot ten
miles .an hour on a good road with : ,
outfsweating, fretting* urging, is a
ii:Ztd of horses very rhueli needed
both in the country and in tye City.
The Morgans and. the.plack:-.Hawks
''once seemed to fill this need and
iii; especially the Class first named.
The demand for Morgan horses ivas
!once unparalleled, and the Atipply
was forthcoming, for 'it was easy . for
jockeys to get up goods to order, and"
the business of manufacturing pedi
grees for those in, want of them. is
not new. While t 4 31organS Were:
good roadsters, th
~,7 cre, asa.Class,
not "fast trotteie w jas Ahati)lirase
has been long u terStOod.. - Yet they ,
were free, goo .itriVers, stylish- aud'
well adaTAV the Climate .and.l.'keep.
ing of the stern "States. The'Mor
gans are ii itill in favor with many,
and are eoming more swim:lore so
in some - sections. The Messenger
blood i lS as well suited, and perhaps .
the best for the breeding of roadsters,
as as fast trotters, of any that
courses in the veins of the horse. fain.'
iIY. If breeders would g . turn their
Attention in this direction; they would
find it more crenerally • profitable.
than the uncertain business of rear,
ingfast . trotters„, - - ,
. - ~
AX cP II
A AI P If
R. 4 0 i•li
12.55 P X
Points in•-tlionse I • ti lg.
If thWearpetis to • e taken 'up and
beaten the job - had bp, er beintrusted
to - soft man who ma •es it his busi
ncss.-; If this canhot be done, lay it
on tai - e grass, or hang it on a
line and,beat it on 'tbe wrong side
with. canes, taking care that the canes
have no sharp 'points. Then spread
the carpet out and sweep well on the
right side. There as more art in
sweeping a - carpet than a novice is
apt to suppose. An old broom should
never be used, as a new one should
be kept especially for the carpets.
With brussels and velvet carpeting
there are two ways to the .pile just
asin velvet• , --and they should always
be swept with the pile. If asarpet is
swept against the grain , it soup looks
rough and scratched up. After being
swept and laid down on the-floor the
carpet should be -wiped, Have two
one of clean soamids, the oth
er of luke-warm waterr t clean flan
nel -cloth and two cdate irs zels.
_the carpet by,brea , ring
the' flannel out of the lake-warm" wa
teroitid fold it so.that you 'call turn
and use it up and down three or 'four,
times on the same Place. Rub' both
With and against the grain, as hard
• you .
as . 3L were, scrubbing it floor ;
then , throw the flannel into _your Soap:
suds, and cab the carpet diy- with
,pne of your dry towels; If you leave
the carpet wet...the dust will stick 't ._
t, and it will smell sour and musty:
e Wash your 11Mitel clean in the
soapsuds / wringleirmt of -the warm
water, and proceed as before. If the
carpet is very dirty, or has much
green in it, use frealtonall in the
.Luke - warm water in the proportion of
a quart Of gall-to three quarts of wa
ter, Aria the-lather off with colkwo,
ter and rub the carpet dry as .already`
directed..' This rubbing a carpet
raises the pife and freshens the colors.
- Agricultural Premiums. --
highly 'esteemed correspondent, C.
13.•TaylOr, asks My views with Others
on the subject of . awards of, pre- _
miums, which ,I , yirould freely give, if
it will be the means of advancing ,
the (Muse of agriculture, or the -
tabling of good or betteilttock. -
regard to giving premiums only to 'A
thorougbbreds, this • depends some
upon circumstances. - If the country
is - new, and the society is young and "
weak, it may answer at one two
fairs. Tlit pioneers in tboroughhrode
is a new country, should be well
rewarded„..for they are doing a noble
work In promoting the growth of
better stock around them.
has been done long years ago and
the society-is" able to pay,' then_ihey
'are doing the 'cornmunitiliround
.them a very great wrong, and
the Means of breaking down the as
sociation, "sooner or later. I have
had some little e;perience in the
management of agricultural societies,
and have beard the %railings of_those
'disaffected, many times through in
, jostice.' '
My - itlea is, that.every meritdrions
aniinal should have a•fair ehanceond
if - good. grades,hait. no merits, what ,
is the use of4tiOrnugbbrAds? - 1 once
knew . ciSAn_agriitural society which
gave IN i m to the
best cow ind the test oxen. but gave -
one hundred _dollars to the fastest -
horse. The next year farmers haying,
nice tattle left them.at borne, and only
.very. :few . appearrecl con. -.
grounds,,and they with long whips.
When ailed *here their cattle were,,
th 4. replied, tAt .home in the .pas.
Lure." Then what is the use of your
I long, nice whips? Oh, Nye:brought,
them to.driv'e the f,a:ft wjtll2.lL
But the ,Society went doWn
Care,nr; Plants in VT rater. ,
Slips Should be cut smoothly fr . rat • ...
the plant...just - A* aloint or .w ere
they join the main stem. Any time -
during : the growing season Wll do, i
though, July, August and S - elit6ilier
are the best months. Most slips staiid . .. --
well . in san,d,oof a half-arVt half` 'soil,
~kept,wet- 'lf wanted for he house in -
Winter it is betterli3 tand - slips in •
snihil . pots sunk . in he grotimL as
i they call lie)eft, in t e pots or trans.
ferred to larger on 6
-without distur b - ..
big. the. r00ta....,
,( . leanders, Honey
suckleN .southe . nwood and some '
other :plants / lire best started, 13,y . -
putting -in a . iai of water on a flan:
fly-shaded - inclow, sill. plrtfolg, -a
i - pieee of c tton atonal - the ;lent at, -
the neck;Of the vial, both tesst; - ; - ady
and - ,prpteet' the plant.. and , --prevent
i too rapid eVahoration. Plants for
the - houSe. - In winter - ,t will not .do wi:II . -.
in smaller than four or five inch Pot, - -
lape a saucer.`. pier eactir-.0 Water.
le,tery day toward 'fiat& puttina -, on.
i , ~ _
Rater till some. of it ryrii..throul.,4l in
to the saucer. - Theii r water_slioull. -
taiways, be tepid, -ancl:encte:-.1. week a
-few drops Of - ammonia . or`liquid ma
-I:nure should be . added -to each (part • -
1 of,water. Po notwater if the .soil is •
1 1 still' l taist".; some plants'clo not- need .-•
as. Water as- others. A little . . .:
top )Watering - only. does more hurt
1 than good ; . the water should =o to .
all the . roots. After. January: they
will need more water, as - then thkiy
begin to grow ; f-before that most •
plants Simply-live. - Cactuses- and ' -.
aloes .sliould.ll4-Vgl - 119 . water in the
early winter ;•Iliey . must rest if you
1 expect them. to - bloom-'well later.
Keep.sallies- standing-in water. Keep .. -
-the'pOts and leaves'clean by fre4tiest, .
washing. Plants- will not thrive it
dusty. • Siirne, `plants - do - better in '
glazed pots or. wooden boxes, the
common pots in porous asAo t , xtract:' .
all moisture frght;:the roots. If rout.
simply wish to keep slips for next
year's garden fill a starch-box 'with • .
sandy soik set a number of slipS in
it, keep . 'wet and in a sunny window: , . •
GA'S' TAR ,. volt I.7stsEo.rs.-For -the
last fiVe .years I have not lost a
.caeumber ora - raelon-yineot eahbage
plant. Get. a. barrel. :With a feW gal
lons of gas tar in it; pour water on
the tart.- •always
.-Itve it ready when
needed, -and, when the . bugs apps :r,
cdVe them a Ifbeiul drink - of the tar- •
water from ; garden sprinkler •or
.othervise, and,sif the . rain washes it
off and they rethrn°,.reucat the dose.
destroy he Colorad - o
,potato beetle, and frighter. .the•
longpatato bug worse than ft:thresh
with• a brush. Five years ago
this summer both kinds' appe#4' d
on.my late potatoes, and I watereil
with the:thy water. Theupxt dayall
t'ul!orados' that had - iot lAA - well"
luotecttfd frbtu the sprinkler. were
--dead,- and ..the • others;thongh .their
•namecii.as legion, were all gage, and
I have - never seen •one • of ~ ,t hem
14, farm - - since. 1 am aware thrit"
mart] wll Jook Upon this within
difference, because it is so simplz3ttn•l
Cheatia remedy. • Such should always
. owu and .their ueip,littors'
! bug - 4 . _ !as they frequently
Row To et:RE To/so:v.—it tS
the season when boys Foid•girls
in the country give- their nlotheis •
sad nights .by AN - ning home in ih . e'
thiScries of poisoning by iVy. The
irritation' by thiS poisoning is acute,_
but the sßeedv'eure .for it is a Wash.
of ox , dic
,acid,,a teaspoon of the salt
to.a . pint of Water, with which Tit:
po - /isond spots' are bathed as often as
they Or- :troublesome. 7 The' lotion
staarts . severely for a few minutes,
but is, followed'by a 'cessation of: the •
poison 'pain, .which itches as icone
could tear the, part to piece's. • •• The
.above may need reducing,for,younm -
Childrea; Make it-weak at first, and
add gains of the salt until it is
'strong enough • *to, give relief.. • A
dessertspoonful of • sweet • fill taken
'daily • • said to driv•4l . 44: poison
out of 'the: blood, but- -- ffiree severe "
;cases were eurt.d withbilt, it by the y
acid alone. It, should not be put' in.
'an or anything metallie t as. it. eerf /
rodes, and. may.forin poisonous com
pounds. - .
STKVVIM CORNED BEEF.-Ik, very
nice way . cif preparing corned• beef,
and a - chanire in this oft
repeaked dish, is to. take ,, a piece of
well.eorned . rtitrip ot found, nine Or
ten pounds; pal& several deep cuts
in . it; fill with'.4t stilt:ling of a hand.
ful of . suakv.d:.bi•ead; squeezed dry, a
a little fat Ofbutter4'a good pinch of
cloves, allSpite, - pepperi'a little finely
chopped-oniOrkiind a little inarjoram
or thyme -; : . thenf-tie it up , tightly in t
cloth and saturate it with vinegar ;
boil nhout - three hours. - • •
_THE boy vilotindnititntes a living for a
dead borne t in t4o colle,'tion of a uea
ed entomopgist, and then asks• Che man of
science to show Limn - where the insect's,
sting is 10E;a1766,' sboniti bn held resroin6-.
tile for any irreligiona sentiments the vie-
Aim may advarum.—Doquitropt.
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