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As nothing -Of • very great hisportance
occurred since my last correspond
nce,. i. e., no deaths, no marriaii4 no
IS, DO fighting, nobody killed, no one
drunk, that has come to the knowledge
:Of the writer, I Wive concluded to gm
4 ` the readers of the REPORTER a pen pia-
tare of Terrytown and vicinity.
The little village of Tetfttown is situ
ated on the east bank of the: - Susquehan
na river, tido) mites from Towands,
five. iniles from Wyalusing, four . mike
from Fret:miaow. . It contains about one
kindred inhabitant, and about forty
d!s-ellingk It contains oiie nidon-churcb;
whose pulpit is occupied every two weeks
by Rev. David Craft; of Wyalusing, Pre&
byterian, - and every, tvy:oweeks by Rev.
Mr. ..Tones, of Albany, Baptist, and every .
other week by v. John Perry, 'of Ter
,rytewn, Methodist, and there is also•: an
academy wiierein there is taught select
,churl every fall.
The business part of our town is corn.
peed of one store, general merchandise;
W. T. aiid J. B. Ekeon. One aceomnro.
dation house eTerrytown Rouse), F. W.
Vandersloot, - proprietot ; One' shoemaker,
Job Gay ; one harness maker, Guy Terry;
three.physicians, Dm. F.. M. Terry, Geo.
F. Horton. and Willis Terry. - The post
epee W: T. Horton.
It contains one drug store, Dr.
Young, proprietor. We also ban s * grist
Rich PI Horton, proprietor, with
David Fell, natter. There are also two
blacksiniths; F. -W. Vandericloot and
Gedrge 'Richard, Vilr. Richard resides
from the yillaoabOu - t four miles). Also
one wagon maker', Nathaniel Miller.
One tann*y;owited by Minor Terry.
Te rryto wit has tin anylntelligent and thriv-
ing, indusqions farmers. Amongst them
is Major U4alt Terry, Horton Brothers,
William kerry, ?,.Unele Edmund Horton,
.Andrew JaCks(Unt, Wells Brothels, Joseph
Eliott, H. ; Schoonover; Charles
T iompsm, John E. Dodge, John Butt,
John C. Dyer?, Jonathan Terry and Willis
Terry, are the moat prominent.
About four miles from the village of
Territown we find the small hamlet 'of
New' Era—Althongh small it raises a
Garfield and Arthur Club of forty and up
wards.- Well done for New Era. They
. show, thereby they do not Want to
kdow anything of the principles for which
Lee and Jackson fought, as Wade /lamp-
.. it. contains .one store,"Ebir. Dunham,
proprietor ; one grocery, Mr.,. Henry Yet
ter (late township treasurer). He la TIOW
There ara also four saw-mills in our
tOivnship,' owns d respectively by Frank
Jason Horton, John C. : Dyer, -
Ballet and George Wells, all propelled by
• There; are ten school districts in our
- township. •
Terry, township directory stands thus : •
Justice of the Peace; H. L. Terry, R.,
George Richard, 11.; Road • Commiision
c4s, W. T. Horton, R., Nelson
Erastus WilSoo. R.; Judge of Election,
O. L. Dyer, R.; Auditors, John Laym
R., John A. Biener, It.; Inspectors, Ch.
Crandall, R., J. A. Fox, D.; School Di
rectors, IL.L. Terry, R., John Titchen,
It., George . Terry, R., George Hansel],
It., James Schafer. R., Arthur Allen, R.;
Constable, Shubel Bowman, R.; Assessor.
R. 11. capwell, R.; Town Clerk, J. H.
Sehoonover, R.; Town Treasurer, Charles
VialleSr., R. •
In general the people of Terrytown are
a thriving and industrious people, and
liver two-thirds of them will cast their
~ fete's on the - - Second of November for Gar
_ fietlf and; Arthur.
The Terrytown Garfield and Arthur
Club meets every week once, to transact
campaign business, and has enrolled up
wards of fifty members.
' , September 15, 1880
No man who is fit to live need fear to
die; Poor faithless souls that we are.
How shall we smile at our -vain alarm
when the worst has happened ! , To us
Death is the most terrible word we know.
But, when we have tasted its reality, it
will mean to us birth, deliverance, a new
creation to ourseh es. It will be what
health is to man. It will be what home
is to the exile. It will be what the loved
one gives back to .the bereaved: . As we
draw near to it a solemn gladness should
till our hearts. It is God's great morn
inglighting up the sky.
A'YYREAT deal has been said and writ—
ten concerning the pleasure of memory ;
but how sad a thing it would be if we
could remember all the disagreeable epi
sodes of the past.! We should hardly be
willing to have another tooth pulled if we
remembered just how that last one hurt.
And those disagreeable things that are
.said to us—things that cut to the quick;,
and stung like a - spider's bite=wliat if 1
we must always have them fresh in finem
t,ry4., What was it that, last month,
made trouble between us and those whom
we dearly love? What was the precise
cause of that old misunderstanding with
_our best friend—that kept us awake at
night, and see,* for the time to make
life no longer worth living? And oh,
what a burden existence would become if,
we, could remember all the stupid or fOol
iali things we have said or done It is
,'sell for that we cannot remember even
1 our own thoughts.
fiEtir ENE neighborly love knows no dis
tinction of persons. It is like the sun,
which does not ask on what i 4 shall shine
orwluit it shall warm, but shines and
warms by the very laws of itaoww being.
EAcu blade of grass and humble flower
has some office to perform, and each evil
thought exerts its baleful infaence upon
-the character, while our nobler impulses,
if acted upon, make us better beings.
LITTLE things are indeed of great im
portance. All nature is made up of, par
ticles, from the tiny sparkling raindrop
that helps to form the vast and boundless
deep, to the grain of sand,_ a pqrtion of
PALTRY affectation, strained allusioni,
and disgusting diiery are easily obtained
by thosc.!ltho wish to wear them ; they
are but to 6 frequently the hadgetof igno
rance or of stupidity, whenever it wrld
endeavor to please.
OrnEn men's opinions are as a mirror
in which we learn to see ourselie& It
keeps us humble. The worst slanderUrs
in it some truth from whiCh wo_may.learn
a lesson which may make us iviser when
the first smart is over.
• FLarrzawas are the worst kind of trai
tors, for they strengthen your imperf4t
thins, encourage you in all evil, .correct
you in nothing, but so ahadow you and
paint your follies and vices as you shall
never, by their wilt, clisoarei_ good bran
evil, or vice from virtue.
Oen bodies are composed of particlee
of matter, our cliarebters of little words, theughts, aid actions,•and each little 113o
meet, email as it iSirl our eyes, helps to
swell the days and years in which the
child becomes a man and the man sinks
WHAT is MOTO iletfOrTilig of our 113111-
pathl than a young man with but fifteen
cents in his pocket, a girl on: each =pp
and seven ice cnuun signs in sight? ;
"Jon was probably the tint doctor; as
he had patients." 'The assertion is cor
roborated by the fact that br, tiketither
-41octors,-sometimes 100 his patient*: .
IT is said to be far Utter to be an igno.
rant wan and ride in a carriage than to
know heaps of things and hare .to ifiand
on the hind platform of a street car:
Ism reason Irby only one garterie iii
e% instead of a pair of virtu*, is-bnoinse
the honor lam* nanallp conferred- Anil
the recipieut hai cue leg is the grave. •
Hi - - :. --- -SCOVWS - _, - L,',.-
........- .. .
a petite= r=aoy far SeraralyWhite
Swellings, 'Clinftr, Gest,
Carbuncles, Mgt kabala,
'Billows- Compluau" apd diseases
indicating an Impure Nadia= at
the Bleed. This Greed Randy is a
compound of vegetable eztraets,the
chief of which are SANDAPABILLA
and sinummt. The cures effeeted
bLSCOMUS BLOOD AND UTED
kiiisUP an, absolute, and their
record is salaamed by ihilare.
Far sale by all Druggist&
TQobat,COui ToitiaO Rita*.
They glee tone to the Stomach.
They prevent griping of the Bowels..
They remove bile from the Blood.
Theypetrifyand invigorate the Body.
They care ali bitionse eviscptainte.
bstemit.ty destroysWOßMS and le recommended 1 1 1
Oyer . 11 4 as the best WORE WUJICThilis
RUTS PAIN PAIMEA
for 16LN and 8E.4 ST.
For Etre =Until:mai
Cavat, .ain 4elkver of .tile i
Ca.o 1i:491 as a Pliistor,
FaTegA LE BY ALL DITGGPATti.
.701iN F. latigNß,Y.
ACAl)};llY—d'o`t circulars, soklress Col. Ct
J. Wright, A. Xi, rAncipal. July va
PLAIRSVILLE '( PA.) LA DI ES'
SF-IflNAßY.—Deautiful groundi. ammo.
Mons buildings, new 31141 superior pianos for prim
(lee. and Titottorn TICSITr4:IIOI , I.. Ten instruc
tors. Terms moderate.. Thirtieth year. begins
14epienabor 8. 180.. For Catalogues, apply to Inn.
T. It. KWING, Principal. July =Fria.
Goii) Great chance to make money.
We need a person to every
Kowa to take subscriptions for
the largest, cheapest and best Illustrated family
publication in the world. Any one can become ,a
succesaful agent. Six elegant works of art given
,free to subscribers. The price Is so low that almost
everybody subscribes. One agent reports taking
120 subscribers in a day. A lady agent reports
making over 4'a3o clear profit in ten days. All who
engage obdte money fast. You can devote all your
time to the bp•lnem, or only your spare time. Yon
need not he away from home over night. Yon can
do It as well as others. Full directions and terms
free. If you want profitable work send us your
address at once. It costa nothing to try the bust
'ties,. No one who engages falls to make great pay.
Address GEORGE STINSON & CO., Portland,
• 3IPORTANI TO AGENTS!-
, • THE ',WE OF
EN. JAMES A. GARFIELD.
By Uxt.ernotial friend, MAJOR BUNDY', Editor
Moil, is 'the only edition to which Oen.
Garfield has given personal attention or tarts.
Beautifully illustrated. printed and bound. "The
hest."—N. Commercial Adrerffeer. "The
neatest." . —.V. Y. Herald. .•Tho most'userni, ten
elide and satisfactory "—N. 1. TrOPetne. Fall
length steel portrait by Hall, from a ',feints taken
expressly fur this work. Active . 1 11.1j'esits
'Wanted. Liberal' terms. Send 113.0 eat °mce
for complete outfit. A. S. BARNES CO- 11l
k tit William St ,-New York. .Sept.
EA Medicine, not a Drinks)
HOPS, menu, MANDRAKE,
AND viz Pozen AZD Barr MrbICAL
AIL arras rarrmi.
TriZICIErr C 71171 2 11.33
ui Messes of the tionsmh, Bowels, Blood, Liver,
Eldne-s, , and 17thstry Organs, Nerwstsrwas, •
lemma will apecla/ty Female.Complainle.
81000 IN GOLD.
Wjl raid tor a cue the:ruin not rumor bap, •
for anything impure orinforiotoi found In them
Ark your druggit4 for Bop Bitters and try phew
bef =ryas sleep. Tale so other.
lior Coven (Xtry Is tho swtrtu.t, West sad •
D.Lic. ban atentateand Imadg.;. tar • • •• • •
yurcuu, me or ociuttii, toloccoOti starooCks
Bead for circuity. •
POSITIVELY CURED BY
We t e o, C
,Fie d, I e
f i LhA Ml L e ta li t ßed
OIL' There ar.F.no ritl...w and oWdbrop•
• 11 •
alerndjr. We aball be pieserd le mall
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVEILPRIS
Atioeareati foretaof BillonsnostirVett 9 012114 .•
*aloe and Itiapepala. prximotaallgestl , retbare
41str - ss from too hearty canna, omega Vander'
of tli , StomacS, El!mulate the Lbfer,andlteraleda
eia Ttowcls. Th 7 ill) all this 67 taking Jut Om
at a dose,: Tbeituro parer reernablO.
not Mee or. perzr , , =dare as nearly perfect as It
Is possible for a pig to le. PrtcoZ mita, 5 for IL
Said ty efrorgists everywhere or se - t by mil'-.
CARTER MEDICINE -CO., NEVYORK.
FOS sale h Timbal by c. T.
BESTbusiness now before the pliblie. !
You can make money faster it
work for nil than at anything else.
Capital not required. We will start you. $l2 a day
and upwards made at home by the industrious.
3ten,ilTomen, boys and girli wanted everywhere to
Work for us. Now Is the time. You can devote
your Whole time to the work. :or only your. spare
moments. No other business' will pay you nearly
as well. No one "'Mug to Werheac tell *taste
enormous pay by engaging at :once. Costly outfit
and terms tree. great' oppo, rtuulty for making
money easily and honorably, Address TRUlrlii
C( Augusts. Yalu, Julylllo.
and how m Obtain them. Pamphlet
, :trte,' upon receipt - at Stomp thy post
GllZlOßE.'stirrEt & co.
• Near •Patnal CUM. 11- aµulatol. b. C
—vows .11. T
11.91178 , 1302i1V
Wools .err foe the&MUM 4 2111 ADZ I
NEW AND DESIEABLE -GOODS
• - t . >
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST
which we Wel* the palate to cell mad etaegoo.
oet mortmelit of
PARLOR SUITS IN RAW SILK,
Ter7 Urge, and our fetes i r itoir as tbs Wires*.
We have a tall Ilae
!CHAMBER SUITS IN I, ASV - ,
; WALNUT ANDSOFT WOOD,
which we are JOU* et a very fur Wei• • A tall
jure of r
,SPRING BEDS, MATTRASSES
' this department we always have the beatgoods
in the market. and are continually adding
NEW STYLES - .
trlth all the
while our prices sue the lowest.
J. O. FROST'S SONS'.
Towanda, April 9, IC9. -
GREAT SALES 'GOING ON !
GREAT SALES , GOING ON !
GREAT SALES •GOING ON !
Resdpmsde Clothing tits Sacrifice. 1.
Beady-made - Clothing st • Sserttico.
Betsdy-made Clothing M s !bathos.
Ready-made Clothing at a RICA Gee.
Ready-roads Clothing at a Sacrifice.
.Ready-made Clothing at &Sacrifices
TWENTY-'FIVE PR. CT. SAVED
TWENTY-FIVE PR. CT.EAVED
TWENTY- VE PR. CT. SAVED
For the Next Forty Days
For the Next Forty Days
For the Next Forty Daya
By buying of
By buying of
M E. ROSENFIELD 1
X. E. ROSENFIELD
consegttenee• of this .great :sate of
my meet m that I am compelled to enlarge my
present store to make room for - my increasing busi
ness. and instead of moving my stock while band
ing WILL SELL FOR COST for the neat 40 days.
No such chance for years to come.
No such chance for years to come.
No such chance for years to come.
Fall stook going very fut.
Fall stock gulag very fut.
trap stock going very fast.
The opportunity to purchase a CHEAP
SUIT Ms rue one, and aboaid be embraced by sit.
Call early aCM. E. ROSENFIELD'S and enjoy
the advantages now neared by him.
Towanda, March 4, MM.
General Dealers in
L' 'COUNTRY PRODUCE,
/TO THEIR NEW BTORE,Li
CORNER OF MAIN do PINE-Sts.
(The old stand of- roz,,t3torons di Molnar.)
They Invite st4entlon torho4''wwnlete ameoraterot
and very large gook of Choice - New Goods.
-- whirl they hare slime on hateLl
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TIM
•nd Cash paid for desirable kinds.
Mom% Aprl 1 Ink
SPRING AND SUMMER 1880.
L ROSENBAUM & SONS.,
20! EAST WATER STREET,
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
JOBBERS OF MILLINERY.
LANGzirr. Bier Aim dmumpre
la no smut= Tien
• •; • , - •
s sea Pam $6llO
•. , • : .
2. 14 AosENßAttlir.
mgr. it 4tsirywur Jun awn
: . '
• No. 32 leaves Wystuslog at 600 A: Y., Trench.
teem atl44 Itumtnertield Standing Stone 11:111.
Wysanting 630. Towanda GAS. Ulster 7:oe, litho ,
7:14, A Mena 7:26; Sayre 7:40, Waren/ 7:4 arriving
- in Sloan at 840 A. M.
No. Si lemma Elmira at litto Wiorekly 6:18,
: 811721 , gad, darns 11:4S. Milan 6:44, Ulster 6:88.
Towanda 7:10. Wysatiking TMO. Standing Stone
7d6. Rummertield 737. Prenehtown TM; arriving
Trains 8 854 16 run dilly. Sleeping can on trains
8 and IS between Niagara Pills and Philadelphia
and between Lyonsand New York without changes
Sleeping cars on 1:02 6 between Buffalo and
• WilkeiMarre. Parlor Asti on Trains 2 mid 4 be.
tween Niagara Palls siod without
change. 444 through coach tb and from Rochester
via Lyons. - BA. PACKER,
Supt. P. & N. Y 4. B. B.
Elayre;,Pti., tune M, 1680;
EDWARD ' •
PR4O2'4OAL PLV:IIBER i 104 8 . 1 ,127.11111.
Place of business, a ter doont . north of Pint•Odice.
Plumbing, Pumps of all
Cads, and all kinds of Gearing promptly attended
to. 'All wanting work In ids llneridrould give Alm
a toll. • c. UM.
• ,Dealer ,
AND LOYAL SOO. COVI.s.
Lowest prices for cash. °Mee and and foot of
Pine-street, Towanda. July 15, 180.
FIRE, LIFE, AND A.OOIDENT
leenetion the most reasonable teems.
NonirlOptireiiiibte companies represented.
Towanda, Nov. 17,1879
C., CP AL Ma
CORNAN PANIC AND HMS STRUTS, TOWANDA
Coal screened, and delivered to any giareof the
Borough. ALL ORDIES *UBT DA ♦CCOSTANf SD
ST ?US CASU. H. MERCUE,
Towanda, Dee. 1,187 a.
M7 - 171W717W:T7
QORNER MAIN Ar, BRIDGg=STS
FOR CHOICE MOMS.
CASH PAM FOR
BUTTER, EGGS, Atc.
GOODS SOLD AT THE
LOWEST - LIVING RATES
Towards, April 1880.11.
THE OLD MARBLE YARD
STILL IN OPERATION.
The nederalaned having purchased - the MAP,
RUC YARD of the late OLOROX IicCABS, de
sires to inform the public that having employed
experienced men. be is prepared to do MI kinds of
work la the line of
HEAD STONES, •
• MANTLES and
la the nary best manner and at lowest rates.
Persons desiring anything in the Warble line are
invited to call and ex/instils work, sad save scents'
MCCABZ. ' -
Towards. Pa.. Nov. Is. ins.
. . E. O. RUNDELL; -
Would respectfully senouiee that be la ecsititiulag
the Ilattet busks** at the old stead of Bullock a
Rundell, and rill at all times keep a full supply of
. • •. •
_ 7.l"l"Tr lrtn, I I NO. '
Constantly on baud. Country dealers supplied at
FRESH et SALT MEATS, •••
• FRUITS, Atz.
eal. AU Goods delivetail Ir'see Chat Te.• .
4 E. D..III7:NDF,LI ! .
ISLYIRA, N. Y.
MEAT itAREET! •
BIUDiItIiANS BLOCK; 814
"' 4 . 1 " 6114 td. ' "
MESH" AND SALT : MEATS,
DRIED BEEF, FISH, POIYLTRYI
6ANDIB-I . I4O4IITANLICS AND Eit%pi m
A4l Of 1 1 . 46
arA ll 4 4i fll '
3111 9 1,61" , 1-
of . I.trielitt4gfistr Tia '. stmt
J'ONIC so, tome.
I * • t* li 4,1
.Btayr Stone. ,
Lkß June n
ghtsitiess . Ovbs.
C. S. RUSSELL, Agent,
TOWh.NI)A t PA.
Losses adjusted and paid here
Has removed to
making It his
MYER & IhrVOE
TWO STORES IN ONE I
1 - 49
nails* , doubled aid tunnies this year Wadi*
Matt** Owes, We•sn c o prt aa t i : :4=
it not .
0 11 3
13 . .433 16
2 01 T 30
At the same time we keep up the standard of out
We guarantee satisfaction. :We are prepared to do
anything In that line on shirt notice, and are de
Call and see. for 'Ourself
• N. P. HICKS.
Temiliida. May 15t,1879. .1
A. BEVERLY SMITH, •
r-.. = j .
BOOKBINDEB, AND 'DEALER
,IN SCROLOBAW GOODS.
• MAGAZINES bound neatly and promptly. 4,
BLANK BOOKS bound to order and warranted.
AMATEURS' SUPPLIES .
TM/ demittmenrof my ; brudnest is •ery coup
plate. A Malta. of
WOODS, SAW BLOCKS, •
CLOCK MOVEMENTS, ac.,
Constantly on hand, and for sale at lower price*
• than elsewhere.
oar 111.WR )11111.0F DESIGNS FREE FOR
91.00. dead for price date.
4 11EPOUTER BUILDING,
4.29:80. TforAxoA. PA., F.O. Box ist2.
CHAS. JOHNSON & CO.'S
Totindry Machine Shops
We claim to make the
BEST CIRCULAR SAW :MILLS
SHINGLE MILLS-LATH MILLS
Parueirs DOpraved Feed Cutter,
Btren Keystene Fire Bbritdcer,
Grissiold's Boss Water. VikeelS,
Ward's Patent Buckwheat Cleaner,
ENCINES AND BOILERS
Made to order. Repairing of all kinds done on
abort notico. Satisfaction guaranteed. Altai
manufacturers of and dealers In
JOHNSON'S PATENT 41 "
POPShilig and Fluting Irons
The best In,the world. Agents. wanted.
CHAS. JOHNSON & CO.
Towanda, Aprll 15, 150.
Nii4v x:e.a•t 3LAii"
›--1 3/' 1:3
r = Q ..1 1 1 1^ .4 - C->
1 :3 .
E . O .i."
0. ES. S. is a liquid—a valuable combfrient i
composed of several of thn roost pv3o trinl
Pt:me:rating liquids known in chemistry. andw
,liscovered..by a celebrated English chemi-t„AISrI
can Introduced into the Nutted States In the year
1t:%.1. and since that time, by Its marvelous cura
tive powers. has won for itself a worldwide repu
tation for its many cures of Rheumatism. Pains
mil Swellings. Burns and Scalds. Sprains and
Bruises. Cuts and Ohl Sores, Contraction of the
klunelm. Tender and Frosted Feet. Chilblains.
Neuralgia. Fain In the Side. Chest and Back, and
is a Specific for Bonita as well WI for Man. and now
"binds at the bead of all Liniment' unrivaled.
and Emmet" a stable or house can be found with
out a battle where it is known. . • .
We challeago competitlon: $l.OOO will be MIN
for any comet the shore-named oh, that 0. E. 8.8.
will not cure If the directions aro closely a).
served. G.E. 8. only stands the test become it
Las prosect the hart. It Li safe and wise to al
ways teop &bottle on hand.thereby in frequent in.
stances oroiding the necessity of calling sdoeter:
There is a balm for moat all. Ws;
ils.neither cayenne drops not hartshorn
When fairly tried. it then will show
That Carey's Q. E. 8. ft is Moro than blow.
Try a bottle and ff it does not give satisfaction
return it to your Druggist half full and ho will
refund you. your money. ,
Dld apse° permit we could rico yon s. hundred
testimonials from men and families in this county
that could not be doubted.
Call upon your nearest Druggist or Storo-ffeep
er mol est for Carey's 0. y , ti,„ and trit be pat'
. f IT some other worthless trash. If ho ha •
not Cot it mi hand. ass him to rerd Or yo •
D. U. l'anestrn
- Ididdkdor a °mute (43., Xi. T.
• For sale in Towanda, Pa.. by
C. T. 8111,11 Y and H. O..PORTHE.
GET YOUR HAIR CUT_
AND BHAVWG I AT TIM
.We study to please. .`
D. V. STEDIZZ, Wort
Towanda. Ps.. Mlle, tl7s.
EAGLE, HOTEL,. . •
(101P111 OtisLic OQultts.)
• _ . •
ThlsmetAtemre house has been thoroughly rem;
sante* sad repstred throughout; mot the propile.
toe tinott titepored to *Cot tint-elato seeommodo.
. WOO to the pahlteora the malt Mememble terms:
- S. 41....110tN1Z1911.
Towateht, ft:, Yal= e vas.
coma XAIN &WASHINGTON STRiXiS .
- Vass W... 5" Towmamh. r 4.
ittot sip 'inn. Tinos to tat e l . theift*. ,, Large
'11. " 1 . /aida • S a lr; "tit. •
Ina to aaißlfi lows. - 9alt tra.,
- ars !Wu, Assikin It rut rum &bedews
at Welch mum or either 'lei emilpalkee .
"nit psy grew Use MT trot. write fair
& .r 011 1.02 WM*:
Iles are Wilzig
Of all kinds U
CHA PER •
In the market.
IL IL, Welles, 'Towanda, Pa.,
Wholesale ankßetail dada in
IMPROVED FARMING IMPLE
MENTS AND ALTRINERY.
WIRAD TRUE CHILLED PLOWS,
Gale Chilled Plcnia, . •
Best Reversible Plows;
Adgate and Enterprise Churn Powers,
Corn Sheller', }arm Wagons,
Platforni Wagons; 'Buggies, i
Peed Cutting, Grain Drills,
, • •
ACNE PULVWZW ZAILIOW MID CUD
• CBZISSEB, •
Battard'a flay Teddersi .Leader and Gale.
Wkraok Rakes. , Tompkins County kaPired
• ' .Quiiiiratoes, blowing Madill" ~,,
• Reapers, Clow Sulky'. . ‘.
Sprout's Nay Elevators and Hartman
Liquid Pilots, mix e d 'ready for the 'g
brush. of best brands. X STAR IlitlThAtILIC
CEMENT, ke., Ac. Call and see my stoek or send
for circulars and priers. °Mee In C. T. Welles ,
ttS.Cent Store. Warehouse directly In rear ornate
In the alley. • ' . R. IL WELLES.
Towanda, Starch 'IL 1880,
Be Not Deceived
J. K. BUSH, r .- 4 .
THE BRIDGE-ST. CLOTHIER.,
Is bound to gill
CHEAPER THAN ANY
OTHER CLOTHING Roirst
IN TOWA.NDA. I
Before the late advance in pricial we
pu_rehaeed the LATIGIEST I STOCK EVER. CAM
HIED BX US, and therefore can
SELL AT OLD PRICES
Our stock comprises a full Bile of—
For the Spring trade.
The largest. stock of HATS in town
' A full and superb line of Gents'
'Trunks ana Trav4ling Fags
At manufactuzirs' prices.
J. K. BUSH,
No. 2 Bridge Street.
Towanda, Mal di is, litachil
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARC The Great TRAM M NIL
ENGL dy IS , H
WIII promptly & '
A_ any & every case -
' of Wervousliebil.
Ity & Weakness,
result of India. "
Beam Takingoverwork of the
brain & nervous Takbilg•
system i; is perfectly harmless. acts like tnaglc,and
has been extensively it-ed for over thirty years
with great success. gal-Full particilars in our
pamphlet., Which we deidrt to send free by Man to
every o6b. Ey The Specific Medicine to sold by
all druggists mil per package, or six packages for
fs, or will be sent free by mall on receipt of the
teonej b 3 addressing
. THE GNAT XEDIEINE
1 No. 3 Mechanics' Block. DtTROIT,
u. Sold In Trwanda.SY C. T.; KIRBY. and try
druggists everyirbere. Johnston. Holloway & Co.,
wholesale agents, Phila. [April 10,1679-yl.:
. Geo. L. Ross,
Of the Third Ward Store, has opened a large and
I zeoventent Store in the brick Work. First Ward,
A LARGE. STOCK OF
OF ALL KINDS,
Which he has purchased In . 'New York for cash,
and solicits the confidence and patronage of the
publi4 - and respectfully announces that he
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD .
By anybody. His Third Ward Store will also 4
kept Stocked with firsbelass goods, and will be said
as low as the lowest.
Towanda, January 8, 1880.
N EW FIRM !
No. 4, Beldleisaa Block, Brldge.et., Twraada, Pa.
CASH run TOR -PUBli 111 /
- PELTS, WOOL AND BEESWAX.
"maw* Oct.• Drts.lyr.
tzstablished lea.) •
rEssi•ms, ricfazAst 15 - 1' VirisioNs, •
and all other dot of etalins for Seldlers
pokUers , Beim p, noted. •
Addres* with:Sepik , 1 r.) •
• ,•; Ofl.lloltffiefE &
tIST OkLEGAL BLANKS - . . -
Printed and keidon Went the Ilitriarram OrPtal
. - • ArterltolosaleF . •
Ildoneige. • • •
' Bon as
-• • Colleetorti od. 71. •• '
• • Las.
2.coinpletnt. : - •
Colo=entsj -_ • • , -
• . 'Artklesof Agroessent,iforine.
-.• "i Bond am Attachment.' • •
l'Ottfton:tortteetasei , SFI T 3 " II4I •:
• z , ' Not* isdplineht3,l4 ' . - -••-• •
e" • •
For all-Female Complaints.
Olt Itseli as Us Isolp ut ierus, issedato ed
Toditabio Prettets}es Plas tins to tbo moot dol
isotebtealid. -Opiin ass OW* efts at this Cola
settod win be reeclabled, sonata ti baasedlato and
-- .lon St Oetscoapinued,lnalaetrAbleCOWStorhan.
dettd,avoratattenteneets effeeteatualtootandis salt Aso
eat. Oa aecatta of Its Fates melts, It Is bastay ra
cialism:44 ittal preiceibist W Ots -beat rhystekkas In
Rim coontry. - '
II WO eura tatiely lite worst form. of 'MIDI
11. VenK LestztrliFul. trrtrUkr and 1111114 . !Id
• Ihostraftion,allOvarilyWoublesi - lta.44roation and
Meoratiokiloodingv, ail DlVlaceincutsood the roa•
aoessotoptail woolraitsn, wad Is , ra pedal y adapted to,
ilbspiongworlaTo. 4torilldienolrp and expel. tumors
Ilnioilbo =entail on early otozo otdoar-loluhent. 7La
lesdiace to rincerums kaptala there. Is el eekod- very
' weedily:Wits ame. ,1 -
Ia Wt. It has prifie4 to to the
..'sst =Was* remedy - that /ftil (Ter her?). &.-rarer
ad. It pertneatca every portion of the ayateas, amt gives
saw Iltaadd vigor. It 14:130`74•11 fakitne. , -latuleney, do=
iteximillasting tor athratlts, awl relieves weatams
• • Itrearas Eloadni; Iteddde ea,:Verrotta IN4at ration.—
aisaaral DeWitt'. Sh*plesumf, Veprosfon tu.d Ind!
4111dtlan. That PsUng of bearl.of; down, causing per,
ladled and backache, Is alarz.3te iwnnestently CUred 6 E;)
me. It wlll ot all lit,esond under ell cirreanstala, :
• eant, Lltr ClAt gwertill
For EblncyCoci3plalntioi either twx tads C.:Map:land
Lydia E.,Pintillim's Vegetable Compound,
:.zspr n aree -- ,erne. Lynn; Mast,
P&p =1 00 3* . bc,ttles f0r.83.01. Scut by ruall in the
forroofill*a;s4 In' the form" of Lacey:Rt, op. receipt
Thicose tixo, per be; for clearr. , P1N1.11,01
anweris all Iztter.. of ;Inquiry. Send for paiik
ihlet Mara' las abcora Xextio tMU paper.
tiO tagpily thcrali be witbmt Lria g PINFri3A3t
L1M1111.14. They e W Mtlf tir*tion,
~.114"rorpidly of the Livr. r. cats Ler bos.
to s perfectly healtSy
condition of tt dy and mind. The rapidly lamas.
'tog demand forldbis medicine and our large sales
la consequence, Is Indeed' sufficient evidence In
Itself of its great popularity.
T - 1 •lIAS - i
Perfectly NOEQUAL - Harralessi
It can be used any time without -fear by the most
delicate persons. No matter what the ailing. and
may be.glven to children with perfect safety, as no
bad results follow Its use, doing no possible injury.
As a mild• Tonic,
gentle Laxative and harmless
Invigorant it is Infinitely superior to any known
• • Ainiarions Fevers. Bowel OgiapTaints:
Jaundice. • Colic, Beetl.xene"
2 :- • ifenfo/ Depression, Sick headache, ,;..
constipation, Nausea, Billiouenele,
- DYSPEPSIA, &c.
rlteltil the following names of persons well and
*filmy known. who testify to the va:uable proper
ties of SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR OR
M E DDT E Hun. Alex. H. Stephens: John W.
BlOkoltb, Bishop of Georgia; Gen. John B. Gon.
(Wa n t% S. Sttmaor ; Hon. John Gill Shorter,
Bey. Bishop Pierce. J. Edgar Thompson, Hon. B.
hill, Hon. John C. Brecitinridge ; Prof. IJavid
Wills,' D. D.; Hiram -Warner, -Chief Justice of
Georgia; Lewis Wolider,'Aset P. H.. Phila.. and
many others from whom we has - e letters comment
ing upon this medicine as a most valuable house.
T4e Cheapr.st. "Purest and 'Beet Pajni/g Medi
cine in the World. Original and Genuine.
• WANCP.ACITIMD ONLY LY
J.N. ZEMIN lc CO.. Philadelphia.
Price. 9EOO. Sold by all Dritgglsts.
FOr Diarrhoea, Dyser!tery,
And all those Numerous Trout?les of the-
Stomach and Bowels
SO PREVALENT AT THIS SEASON,
2 ';.) itemedy known to the Medical Pro
le/100D has been. in use so long and with
such uniformly satisfactory restate as
It has been used with such :wonderful
success in all parts of the world In the
treatment of these dHHcultles.• that It
hes come to be considered
AN UNFAILING CURE
and ench it really Is when taken is time
and according to the very plain direc
tions inclosing each bottle.
In such diseases, the attack h usually
sudden and frequenUy•Tery acute; but
with a safe remedy at hand for Imme.,
Mate use, there le seldom danger of the
fatal - Irmo/tit which so often follows a few
The inclination to *watt and see if the
morrow does not bring a better feeling,
not ham/neatly oetxtalous a vast amount
of needless suffering, awl sometimes
costs a life.
A tl mely, dose of Pain Killer will almost
in taHaltly rave' both. and with them tho
attendant doctor's fee , . •
It i tuts stood The test of forty yeare eon
its ntj use In all countries And climates,
And Is perfectly safe In any person's
It is reenminended by, Physicians,
Nurses in Hospitals, and persons of an
classes null professions who have had
opportunity for observing the wonderful
rraults which have always followed its
I hayerteqeribed Perry Davis' Pain eaten.
"iv 717 :fl 11-avel Can:ter:lint (particularly for eaildren).
aaj ti it is tay Oplato4 superior teanY,VrePirat
I M, ever awl for the relief et th , t
A. HUNTING. IL a
Mit afford to be without it, and its
1.1 e bri - I,re it within tbo nncb of all.
The u.le a one bor.'e will go further to cnncinco
yl-1 of i 5 nserita. than columns of mcworap, r
Try - ;.. ymt withola a.
oths. and 131 ter bott/o.
ob:Lizi it at s - l• tam, or
- Pr.ftßY DAVi9 & SON,
Ayer's Sarsap . aril la,,
For Purifying the Blood. - - 1 , •
ts compound of the
Irsaparllla, Dock, Sti
les. and Mandrake
lib the lodldies of
'mash and Doe, makes
most effectual cure of
series of complaints
bleb are very . preys
and afflicting. It
insides theidocki. purges out the lerking bunion
in the system,_ that undermitte health sad settle
into troublesome disorders. Eruptions of the skin
are the appearance on the surface of Nimes that
Should he expelled trim the blood: Internal de
rangements are the determinationof these same
humors to some internal organ. of teems. whose
wire they derange, and whore substance they
i r disease and &stray. • SaUtarantitat
toils these homers from the blood ,. When they
I goes, the disorders they produce disappear,
rich as llteerarions of the I.lver, Stomach, ,
sy4 Lungs, Eruptions and Eruptire. Mamie' a of
the Skin, St. inthoirs Efre, Rose or Erysipelas,
tairick, Pustules,Dlotchesaloill, 'rumors, Tatter
timid Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Weer'
ttd Norm., Rhimmatisra, Neuralgia, ?sin in the
nes,Stdc Mut Ilead,Yemais Weiantra,Sterility;
„:I.onicorrficea arising from internal nieeri 7 9on and
„Uterine diseroes.' Dropsy. WYsPicpsis; Emaciition
; 'General Debility. 'With their departure
heaqtt rettirits.,: • -2,
Dr., It. C. AVER Ss CO,. l.oweli, Mass
_Practical asd eisat o tiiia chmaio..
Bold 3/ all Dnigbrtw . alt4 Dslmn
1. ,' are received
werY 'day by the pra'
tietersvf 81 ' MONS
'Olt, trom-persons ot
location and prowl-1
,all parts of
of country attesting
. the wonderful curs
ive properties of -this
Teat medicine. • ;No,
Met; preparation liut•
been discovered that
!psis and its kindred
A SURE CURE
For All Summer Complaints,
I . l f um.
- • •
How to Mistimed Tobacco.
There are tiro. signs. that indkate
when tobiteco is fit to cut. The leat
on dose eximinatioa appears mottled
with spots of a. liehter green, sp-.
: preaching _to orange. Second, the
veizlets on being bent between the
thumiiand finger, break -With an au;
dible snap. Tobacco that shows both
of these signs should-be cut at once.
Many good growers think that the
very first appearance of the mottled
leaf indicates `the , proper time for
`cutting. Tobacco that shows both
of the signs mentioned should cer
tainly becutatonee. Befortitheplante
are out they should be " wormed "
and " suckered " "-carefully There
is a right way to do the suckering.
The shoots should not be broken off,
leaving a stem or more tbsn four
inches long in the exits of the leaves,
btu:they should be broken out, close
down to the stalk: If a stem is left,
the leavesin curing -.become folded
close around so that it is nearly
impossible to , take them off in strip
ping without tearing I them more or
less. The suckets shUuld -be picked
out clear down to the lower leaves.
In cutting tobacco tot weather
great etre must be', piken to avoid
sunbfn. On clear days it is hardly
safe have any cut tobacco in the
field between the genre of eleven
and three o'cluck. When this is un
avoidable, however, the burning map
be usually prevented ly turnipg the
plots over frequently, or bitpiling
them up, putting fromf J six to prelvei
n'lants in a pile. !• •
'• The best way to manage loos%
,leaves, is to slip the steins of one or :
two behind a plant after it,is hung
on the pole. The *eight • 'of •the
:ids* will _hold them in place, and
they will cure out as' well „as the
leaves that are not detached.
In - sultry weather it is unsafe to
leave a load of tobacco on the wagon
overnightlas it is liable to damage
from heaVng. - '
Ittobacco is rained upon *bile
lying in the Rld it is injured more
• ;Celery. '
CulCivaie Jll.l k
We know of
more rapidlyOoming in popular:lay.'
or and the: demand vhichi is every
where growing's9 . rapidly. is celery.
And,,Still ? there are thousands:9f g:er
dens, especially among. farmer's, in
which the first stalk of celery )s yet
to grow and the gardener has let to
learn how to .cultivate and handle
it suCcessfully.. ,
1 1 'The Manner of 'cultivating 011E1 de
licious and healthful plant has ly.'en
greatly simplified within the last few
years. It is not long since it was
supposed that to grow celery in this '
country a trench some two feet in
depth must be excavated,.' which of
Course removed all the good' sail,
which must be supplied; and - the
plants then set in the bottom so they
could be earther and the stalks bleach
ed as they grow. But few s growers
practice this laborous method now.
Celery is .naturally a salt-water plant.
thriving beet in rich, moist situation.
The sees must be sown very early.
as they are . usually three weeks, n
germinating. A cool, moist situation
should be Chosen for a seed-bed. As
the plants make but sloWgrowtb dur
ing the hot and dry summer months,
they are usually not transplanted
out until 'about the middle or last of
,Hence it is Commonly made a
second crop, such as peas or potatdes.
Land which has been heavily manur- .
eel early in spring •will be in better
condition for celery thane that on
which . the manure is applied just pre
viona to setting celery plants. The
plant is a gross feeder, and requires
rich as well as moist and cool - soil.
The plants should be set in slightly
,depressed rows fully five feet apart
in the row. After the let of Septem
ber the soil must be drawn up against
them frequently enough to keep the
stalks or branches from spreading.
The more and -oftener they are. ban k
ed, Observing that the
. centrill shoot
or bud is not entirely Foreod so as
to smother it, the: better. ',Toward
the last of October a trench some
eighteen inches deep and , twelve
inches widelis prepared • in some dry
place where drainage. is perfect, so
that no water can stand in it, and
the celery isdug. and packed in up
right, as it grew, considerable soil
being left upon the roots, that they
may continue f,ce l grow BO keep
crisp. This row - is,nOw covered with
boards, and Over them a layer of ref-.
use straw or leaves to- keep out the
frost. In this way-it may be left out
over winter, if frost, water . and mice
are kept out.
There are many
in cultivation, yet they. do not differ
so greatly from each 'other as the
varieties of most \ vegetables. - We
think the excellence of celery de
pends more upon the care which it
receives in growing,than upon the
variety yet there are some kinds bet
ter than others.—Seedtime and liar . -
THEORY AND FACY.—The London
Times, in figuring on the cost of
raising wheat in this country, plus
its transportation to • the seaboard,
plus its shipment to . Liverpool and
changes there, gravely concludes Oat
we cannot afford to sell our wheat: in
the English market at less than fifty
shillingsL sterling for 500 lbs., and
can sell it at that, price only "under
the most atpae.4* conditions, with
very great hardsinps, with'difficulties
that cannot be removed, and risks
as great as they ever were."' As the
London quotation for American
wheat at the date this was printed,
was 44 to 45 shillings per quarter,
and aathis price was eliciting ship.
tnents unprecedently large, the facts
hardlylreem to bear out the theory
that we consider it a, very severe
"hardship," to exchange our grain
for English gold, even at a figure
'somewhat below what bad ought -to
cause us such distress.
PICKING APPLES.-Whitt is the
propei time for picking winter apples'
of the common , varieties, Oreenings,
Spis, Bildwins; 41c,e.? zWliat; rule
governs the time for cointnenoing
picking?, Which variety to be
picked that T. Bristol Springs,
N. Y. [Gather winter applis as soon
as they show indications Of loosen
ing from the tree and dropping. The
time varies with the season ; some
years it should not be done until
early in, October., This year the_
fruit will be -matured somewhat ear=
tier... If gathered too early v the flavor
of the fruit will not be fully develpo
ed ; if too late, they will not keep
well.]- 7 .Country G#t/enufin.
--Cornstalks and'leave* are more .
notritiotut if Cut grit . :on..,Much is 104
if the shooks are pertnittad to re-,
main wail late in, the year.
To Keep Seed Pere.
EVIL Uturn"lt OltrtnalrAtt:—We
have the Olt repeated testimony or -
many farmers, who have tried the
experiment,. that changing the locali- - '
ty of seed utoreases the pt.odnctive. •
ness of many kinds of crogs.- Itis '
therefore re's/enable '(althongh- the .;
why and wherefore are not generally ;
understood) that there is something
in it, aitho.
_h, after all, r ANA ;Int
equally g... if not -better results ,'
may Ist obtained by a judiciotts sys- • ,
tem of selection, culture and rotation
on different sections of the same
farm. It IS my opinion, corroborated
by, experience and obs ervation, that
a system of selecting seed and plant- , !,
ins" only-the most perfect of ita kind, -
would obviate all difficulty and com
plaint of poor crops and.'seed, aria
ing front this source. For example,
in planting potatoes; plant none less - ..,
in size (and those whole)'than a hen's 1,.
egg, and no overgrown tubers,- and ''.
follow this with a regular rotation,
not growing 'related, crops on.- the '
same ground o ft ener" 'than once in - .
three to Sire years: Select the best,
most perfect . kernels of wheat, sow
ing only . such • Also the best and
most perfect o f, all . kinds of seeds,
taking paiiiis to.:eave from the best
representatives Of the"variety. In
stead orldeterioration, as we often
hear, improvement in *both quantity
end quality will thin result. I know ' -
farmers who, - ,initead of' pursuing
such a course,ti ell the best because
it brings atier price in market, ,
and then they oto others-for seed, ,
or plant such as is left...of their own
after the beit is dispo s ed of, and then .1
complain that their crops deteriorate, ~
whereas; had they pursued the course,
indicated,.above„ in a few years their .."
crops, as well as their purses-would.
greatkrimprove. . W. 11. W int. ,
It sounds like 'a very. goodrnwtto,
-"One thing at a time, and Cult done
well ;" but.p we houskeePer's know
'that it answer never as* fori'us...
We. must do a great mink . think at
time,. or at 'least
wheels in motion at - onee, or Ltheye
Will. be a sad deficiency ;.in soiKde
.Partment. The household profesiion.
calls for a , skill somewhat like that
- of the Chinese
,jugglers, who keg!) a
dozen or two, balls in the air at a
.time, catching and-.;tossing - .each at
precisely the.right moment, and nev
er allowing one to-fall. According
as a housekeeper is: able to keep a
great number of . irOnsOn the fire at
once, without burping .any, will be
her general success. • She, must-have
an eye - ow the oven, the kettle and
the saucepan, the baby and three
year-old, and, very likely, -be' setting
the table for dinner, all at on•ee.
none of: these things can
. go-on well
without her. constant super Vision.
Housekeeping may go, on as regular
ly as elockworis, and yet-be ver y -An
like clockWorkln one respect. 1 on.
cannOt wind it up and set .it going
in the morning and then ,hive-it run
on alone for . the rest of the day. The
winding and grinding process has to
go on'continually..l think.. this "jug-
ulery'' is, the hardest lgssOn . -for the
young housekeeper to learn; 'yet it
is diet of , the: possibilities. Those
iplleat&ii- Chiiese" did not acquire
13 thZir skill at _ once. They' . were
obliged,. to toss and•miss their balls
agreat many thousands of times be
foie they. succeeded' in performing
their wonderful feats. The. best
housekeepers could tell you - -a great
many tales of burnt pie.ent4t, and up
set' cream-..pitchers, and 'heavy cake
when conipany i rivas coming, and many
tears' dropped over the ironing boar
-before they. arrived at „their Ore:Sent
state of perfection.* •SO:take courage,
and content to gain skill little by lit
tle. Systematize your. work so that
you can keep many things in hand at:.
once. Thus yOu may save a great
deal of precious time to do what,you
please with. If you wait to-'fully
finish' Off one thing before you begin
another, you will all your life realize
the-truth of the old saying, that "a
woman's work is never done." .
ral .11retv lorker
COMPOST of CONTOITS of -Irart:rs.
—11„ S., of Princeton, N."J., inquires .
for the best mode to secure and apply
the contents of saults used by several
hundred persons—the liquid poition4
to "be delivered to him wteklyin
'bangs, and the solid partsprevious-
IY.mixed with enough clay to render
them inodorous. Answer: The ;14 7
id portions may be applied directly
to the latid„ to corn in the hill, spread
!broadcast, and harrowed in, or as
thin top-dressing to grass; or it may
be used as a component:part of : . (M11:'
post heaps. .The liquid portial
may be di awn out an applied to grass
land, or perhaps can be better used
on a compost heap .of sufficient size
to absorb. all, and made of .stray
road dust, swamp muck, - leave Stuff
and other materials,—Country
- • -
BEEF I'm FOR TYP#OID FEAWL-
Take one ounce of the'vely best bei.f
and one ounce of water. Cut up the
beef„ taking care there is no f:it
:Poto7d•it in a mortar for. a
quarter of an hour. Then . put in
glass or cup. pour the cold watf3'
upon it, and let it stand for half an,
hour, bruising it . I from time to time
with akWooden . spoon. Pour °trate
beef tea. It makes one dose.' There
must not be any salt.
DRIED APPLE CaKE.—Two tea
cupfuls dried apples, soaked over
night and chopped fine; stew them
in two cupfuls.of molasses until well
cooked. Then take - two - eggs; one
cup butter, one of sour cream, one
of sugar, a little salt; two teaspoon-
fuls 'of sot* ; stir some flotir with ,Vie
first befoo mixing with the rest.;
spices to titste-; the more the better
This Makes an ekcellent cake.
Damp reaeu ftrimmso.—Take one
pint of dried'peaches and scald mail
stew till cone;-and have - plenty of .
juice i' sweeten with one cup .0' su
gar ; make a batter of a small tea
cupful of buttermilk and one-half
teaspoOnful of soda and salt to taste;
thicken with flour very stiff, drop
this in small ,lumps in the peaches;
which m' st , be . boiling ; cook about
twenty Minutes; :., and. serve with
cream ai t
&sugar or sauce.
Fenn Fatios,— ! Throw the legs in
to boiling water for five minutes.-
_Take them out and put them into
cold water, and wipe them until dry.
Have some batter made' as follows :
In one pint of cream put the yolk of
,an egg slightly beaten; Have. ready".
some baket'l bread crumbs. Dip the
legs into . the cream antkegg. and with '
- the fingers powder the Wit little NN iti 1
the bread ernmbs. lii` in the very
best - of buttei' to a light, golden `
brown. • ,
--A farmer: , living - 'near Sykes
ville; Md.," raped a,, brood of five
young crows thitt year, and two of
tkem are perfOtly . white. They dif
fer in no „other respect from' their