Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, June 30, 1881, Image 4
BOUT THE CHURCHES. AT LAST WITH THEE. 10 be )taster will vide' the weary 'feet, Chooving. for each and choosing aright, - be noontide rest In the sumiher heat For some the glory of Alpine height, Fur some the bienzits fresh and free, • A nd the changeful charm of wave and sea; For some the hush and soothing spell■ Of harvest flelds and woodland dells; For Some. It may be the quiet glOom lit the susering cinch and shaded room. Mosier, nor Master, 0 let It be That oorzleistire and rest be still with the;.. F. J. Lturerga,l It is estirw - .ted that :701 1 :,000 copies of - reviecl. verl,int) . l of the .Is.Tew Testa ir have been -old'in TLe recr•ii;t,, of the Britiht awl For ,11.1:11)!e S ,, cietr for the List year,•from were tue..,re than one million dollars. _ Ti;:- Tviu;t Loiheran Chorea of fled n prepocs t( inaugurate energet ;; . ut.A to wire ( , ut the baTance of twit t;rh debt, •zotne $'2,000. • -1"1.1e Ilap_ists 'lave in is 1I mhi .)l,,lles, 6111 113!ive preachers, 47) -.opt 40,057 members. There tripptl-awi last yule wcni; col:lirinstions in i.nrch of Ergl:tiv.l The r:1:-1 , ,It; offfiirrocil any v::vs ill liquattp, 15,71:19. ~f •:,..!;(1,t)f . .11 has bc , cll seem MEE towaT.l enium molt fund for the ti• iit -:( ! utherti flautist Tlit:ol:.gi- J :',_-.ll;l].;ry, •tz t ;lu , -1 yt.'rtrs: of et.ist. .1 se-l o p,/ • 1;; , t1i1:1t•ci . 7.-...:it),(411 w o rth of p u bti, 10.t). 1 ,t) Sunday. f; ~1 1! 1 ~.~i1.a:~.i. z i ly..l:i:S:' .- -t.i:illes for _: ..:11C . 1 : 1:.; it:Alle Gos- -:TI•f• f 1 ~1 T!..1 n.' ;t 113" 1)•Arli 7 .1 1: IA in (1.1 MC 11. e C, 0 ...1 Clturo!.., at 11 cd bra:€.4 its i. aullivels.try 1h elialici:.antl pat ,:'c:3 : ~~C~ . lEEE ar' one 1-r,larecl 11ft . ! --The Ilev. Jo-(1( 1 ,1 Cook I.,:cenily dc iONt.lc(l Lon , loll in the' 111.iite •• • .itaiiitivs in Iteli!•cou." glawl Ceok has preaclicii 141- I. cimr(l 12, 1 ) times. I 1 - v. - ill visit 111,1i:t uti(l( fort. his to.t he United States. --;(11:e Chorch, MB= ,11111 . 11i0.1.111:g'i.,•cae!),•r: (,I year, and cullwrs, 'a 15,:% - )5. (If 1.11 e; r.:Lr:....1• 1 :;ic Confi‘rerci! thy .crol 1•0.• 1;:;'1oe e.idlt I Vtiil(ty ,t 1114,1 41f tie I. B. it: ( brit, 11(:1,1 , _4ll JUL:: The %;1.1171t r umrml;c;•;u' of litiilc• is ;C:1 3.n.t t t 4 ;,0 11, 11z, t l - I:4lvr t. administratiim Id I)ei.ong null I.lealty the colluge tn...j.y,1 the r..Npetou,s year uhil MIME= it alp,: ars fl•ni rc,Tnt. pti Harkiri : , r, lulu that tl:c r of hcncli•:,• ti L':' En r_:1:.1141 pt•rtpailentU irtt..l.ted and endoNN Ni th , • Ecelesi -t ic s IS ;(1 .to lift i)f let, , ber, 1,700, s% t! V.Ol/C The es ';',“.41 value of land , riven I,y Leuefae tuts t grants tial:ny. the fotty }eat: 1,1., [ anti its antitta 1% , :; 111. no a t t :ITill'•10 11et incr e fvo. k•:enotactions I ,wl,:ents tier is=4 by the Cominim P r ove has. v....4llgateil the (le . t caft . ipizal ion of the awl Ow the tntile tPc Cane., ed , o il the 4 Aror s. 4), ( l c r o f tit. 1 ;s. The 4' 1 4 \ian.,proelantation -01 .to, take _l.:dui'. on Decifiiier :st l 3. fe:.t - th,• in the ine l • , oZ tant e,•: en:oziy prt.i , araticrs trade. The. V Foltfana, , I , ecti ( ~ nnuissionea prepare designs of 0.,. ilee(krati . on of .ttle s•oaeions hail ; ‘, tai•!: is .anaftll allo;.t. the vestibuk. of , • —Prk lit'S•Nlyc,VsYMnberst ('ollege t conrcv.t . isjiy,;+.l;the :1 mcl can a.icw ;1;3:: ag‘l. The; F.ocioy , ,mizi,.orgaii 1.-..,;1;;;*;:. - co. ;. ikurtibor of 1;; -; •;;;;14n.1.:f;;'•i• 2..;, V..% I! t -;..; ;;;;;; It s ! Q.V. , (t.A.otn pi; to `;!:(;:;•:. It I expended ge t1.an::44,1 , 0(11 , , Ita, organized . or a1.1, , (1 1,1:10 t.,. came fri•ln 1'in...1).,n1)..;;%';',117:V. - i,OO 12 onk 11 Middle St .tt'S, $111.1f,:A.,-1,100 fli :, ll'l4 - 11;.! In: tz•rier , nni A, f•,:emit .1 e.onnlitt'eci of lit't.;.'ealf4‘, aiTuir.tti 10' _:.-.!:t. i:it) o It,l..,l•;%tiolii'iL "wJtat.; woik . r.. io tl ., `A C.f.11 I.' t. ,. OIL. S , t:. ,,, y.• . 4 ...... r .:-.,• . • .--:.,:'. --Ti4. t ;,:loi al :.zy - ir , i ',h.(' .t l:44r.geli• I i... , 1...,;1 ‘......, ( ; - ..,;-...'h , Ala: Iltr.ieql./.....ia . ./...:, •••,..(1 - I‘.o, .:r. .\.'d‘, ~:. `.: , t•• !: I.afi , : - ).11.4, 1 '.- .;..•-•, , ,,.ta,,i, Wi .. ch ',.• ~ ~... raiiii44ft,.the 1,1 i.., ttal iv!. h'.. i dy ,4,. Ow . 1'..i..1i51i.:4-.Cak / !... .•, 1,11 ion t f ; ::7 7-. I.'iat hi•ran Chili Jit4, -- -lt, - _, , . ~ , ~, ,• 01 1,111..L.0:,....it.ca.,1a,i ;:'.ll 0r4ar1i , 7.11.- . , , - 1 i,o, ..f the 1',u,11 iit thiscount ry?. - ",;`,kou v..Fie,i..fit..fibrr i r t . ti.ll l clergymen; 1i% s :01 e'..itei: hes, andi.." .‘ 115,1 - lib:•r•hip of over 110,- it, Tll,-. . ) -1.1(:•,1',i.: t-xteusircly etig:ifzi.(l ill ti - i•—v‘ (4 k orforil l zti tiii:-sions, principal-- I•,‘ o. , :itu , ini . ....its - I.l),;raii6os in that t1iri.1'1..,. :, 1i ,,- .1 I (w . 1 tailiCAlAAV.A.fric,i. and jit che Ni - ! - -t. , e I.o:t‘ In . .. , siteb, ttep)nii the Nfississippi. ih;: , i,':, t I e , ati't.scirit.ll - 3 :- - vrort7ili winch I - CIA: ,1,..d. , e1ies tiiiiier the iiirh-tlictionctf•this s n.. d ,::a (•ligaged, the Dray:gottetit and . sir -cversal e& ih !.:;:i4;':tbc - ological and i7llyitable tf . upon the .tirod and the leghdatida nccesary do the proper conduct of th..4 . 6.hi . stitutionf, forro'ed r.o small part 6f the husinets Nchich Nl`;iS brought up before the body. Nacornlx!r, of Rochester, N. Y., has.ticciti'cd that thC raajcrity of a Church hoard of Trusite:=, although SUE tained I;,'a nrajOrity of the c:ingregation, cannot cart y the scu:lity and its property over to another deLlotnination.—,ThrpList - rtc - . , nt • be:ipest the Ileformed Episcopal Chnich because entitled . to a le gacy of :'.231 . ),14:0 for Le maintenance of a theoloAical - setainarijiu the West and a plot of ground suitable for the' purpose, provided the funds could be raised for the erection thereon of suitable buildings. .-It-was statettat the National Baptist Sunda'y sClacx.V Institute at Indianapolis that of thjO 6,-17,7;197 persons of Afrimn descent ia the j'nitcd \ States more than 70 6 ,000 Ve members of Baptist Churchtts. ebes.shire, formerly of the of ticilniyllcili, died at Albany, N.Y., .. , aturday, Juno 11th. • II yol.' FEET' -1.) ft O\V SY, 1)E -bay., ri01.,..bt I.z.:niarhe. int nth ta , ".t . s aplt,to,- 0 ,31,41, you ,T 11.• anti !won, lorinliirutly t cr 14.20::awr ur 34,11 r r,- i•i.:.v.N.,:. r nr'''t-7 - tu d r.,:t r ~,, n y •st :in- ~.,,, , 1.,;,....,,„.; - •,_.-N r wy7 A 111 • ::i 1 ill . W I , i :•I: . c:.„...1 . 161,f , ~P +1,_1"..r. . .4 - , ,„ .: N . , J......e...-x—h... --- 4 .4 t '.q. 1 . .1. Li d ... - i ' --' Y . 1 - Z 1 ! . ;I i • .i.ii i i • i• i 1 . t ' .. ...Z. ~...'::::.7., ..74 i 0 • i r : d - r......,... 0 .. 2 . , iii! I . iiiV i iir and A. --:.,..,,,.:5.. : "..... 3 .." ~.... ........ r • . .J:.•.:7:•lit - 5 aittl V... 11 -. '''—.:....-.-7,7,,,r,..,----z_. =MO N tilon,ll4-mo,t a:,) 7.r !i, Vl2 ~rly ~ y e4iire tt ;CAI INY niH 9 , •;i 110, rep::l,ive apc.f r y•Atr =MEE =MEE PILES • . i(t'r 1: iii i: , 4 :1,41 I all I.lt;a6 , tie, it,- ,4•••r,t (r' h 1 - et r4qier 1,, 1 % , i••• 4 1 ,.: 7C4r.,),* atiytrile'wll , ) %TA. . . 11:2 re:riv:ly tint Ins 1,1111310:X.!.ly .11.1v,sr ll,gli!tv , r I p:: btil to CONSTIPATION - .-:' 1 .... , ..,,1.1 „,•: 1, ~•:;..1,4,:ts :. i,,1111, A - ap.... I i,;• ~•_l,, r. i pt It:WU:. 41. 114vi14 , 1. 1114.11:444 , 4 . 41 4 ••Ai11.4:1 .- . , 44 , Ow bowel , . aml nuy ‘1.,•%i..:M4 -1 ~. 1., t!.; . .1,1•:31.•1 pr..-., tar rmy ult,:l to 1 S •: '.•....• O It I, iy,11 , !1 , i !,,, ,, -;.r.y to. r- m 0.... imimm a•omut:mitim. from 41.- 144.4.... 1.. ;,..• •*. is 144 4- 44j I , 4, 04.4.• :1 . 1.) 11. 3.• . ;1 1 01 !':..1 I.' .. , .1 , ! . .C . 1 V. h_t!tt A C• 4,4154: 14:1:411 or 14 41y i 4:. v..41',.. • ' . . . • SICK HEADACHE Ti* araj;•tiou °et-Iry frkritlvtaly. , , x f arislng fn.at 111 e ;in, ,, i• •:1: pain '•, 1 "•••, ly a, r •t S Summer At this se on, carious diseases of the bowels are prevalent, and many /irc,B arc through lack of knowledge of a•safe ml sure reiuedy. PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER is a zrlie cure fur Diarrha2a, Dys entery, C.liolera, Cholera Marlins, Summer i n tete., and is pofecg.y:,suje. the following t-r! , . • 13.tt rum: r:, N. T•ii--.2d6rch-%4 1 3M , ..?>, 1'1:n1 - : DAVI,' PAIN lit Lt.r.n4rers,a wolioor , cramp andtatnlfabe attitnatiV,V ''`l( - SSE Buinatw r. tr;. F. 11: , fir I InNY'r4 for dysentery, rtt ,'era and crampsilittlie stomach. Ils.yo -•' I It for YtALS, And it 1s ngre'Cilrt every time. '...J.tyr.dus W. DEr. .MOINGONA.Ww:a. - ,Na - rch ia , q. I ha \ r uv.l your PAIN I.llt-Liiii• in se\ere carry of eliolera,b*Aina.and sti.tare altar.at lit-tant relief. T L. E. CA LDWIILL.- Feb. tts. V.,: twenty years. 443ArVe ;teed your l'Ais Ett.tain lit toy family. Have 114,1 it many times for bowel antl e , -urter, °tad bot feel gale N.,:tl.t..ut a bo,ti.Witi the Ismer... J. B. Inn. linen, BE, lan. 22. PIM. Have:l...d rF.liiii..Davlit' PAIN KI LIEU for twelvo 'lrv! reliold,. No mother ettoublanltlt El IC out ()title fatuity. llt. . N.ATES. Otitilla. N. V., Feb. Is, Iwl. becan Itsitur it over thirty years_a ,go and it em tn:mediate relief. Wotild hardly dam to kth tot bed ,without a bottle in the house. W. 0. SPERRY: .*" CONWAY-D(4:D, S. C., Feb. 18s1. Nearly every fatally in this section keeps a bottlo in the house. Dr., E. Monro.N. r. S, CONSMATE, PRUSSIA: Feb. S. have tn,”.rn PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER almost from the day:it was introdueed ‘ and after }TILTS of • 1.-Lreation and tie I regard its wesence In nay Lotisehoid as tinSad”ealuelf.te r,,comt9. POSTER, U. S. Consul. LUIITON , ON•T/lENT, ENO, I bail been scroraßihrys suffering . severely from &areal-a, aczoni , anied with intenw. pain, when I .triyel your run KILLED. and found almost instant 11. J. Noosal 21 310.srrantry.. ST., LONDON, LNG: During a residence of tWenty-three years In India, I have oven it In umuyf rase; of diarrhina, dysen tery. and cholera, and He a ver knew it to fail to vivo CLaii/DOE. tLu Lanais I_ :Ili!. ians ez No family can - siVely be .without this invaluable remedy; Its price brings it within the reach of all. For sale_ by all ?druggists at 25e., 50c. and $l.OO per bottle': • , PERRY D.I.VIS & SON, Proprietors, Providence, R. L Fiffu.orze 'veers of cork-' stmt` use proves the fact that no cough remedy has stood the test dike Doinns' ,E/ixtr. i! Price 3.10. e!•-i 41..4 yor bottle. FREE TO EVERYLO.DYI .k Ri ßolk Tjj[ 3! the. ilivaresi. c.rtko :i( Nur NG O. ft,: by ca!ti If at a (11 , ianco) wlet/t pers.,rl will N%ltli n t.eanttfr.tlv illustrated crpc of 3 N.:3 - 1;•„l: ,•titled Story of the Sewing Machine, containing a handsome at,d costly steel engraving frontispiece; also. 2 , , finely engraved- wood cuts, and bound in au elaborate blue and gbh' lithograph ed rover. No charge wfucevor Is made fur this ha dsmne book, which can bo obtained only by ap- What lou at the branch and, sulmrdinite oflices of The :singer 3lattufacturiug Co. THE SINGER lIIANDTAOTURING CO. THE BRADFORD REPORTER ONE I)OI 4 LAR PER YEAR Vietticat. DAD HEALTH %v.:l ,)NI.Y C IN 1 . 1 111.1!Illrae• p..0,1a1,1;.j..1a. Pt. taints Corn EVE N. H., UNS' VEGETABLE BALSAMIC; ri fl” 5.*; Is a sure cure for Coughs, .Coids, Whooping-CoUgh, and all Lung Diseases, when taken in season. People die of consumption'simp ly because of neglect; when the timely use of this re:nedy' would have Cured them at once. MMEMIMIZI . Dr, Baxter's Mandrake 'Tr. .7.••• rrri trs 4 AL .111-4 -113 Will cure jau - nclic, -Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Indigestion. And all diseases arising from Bit jousness. Pricer cts. per bottle. For Sale Evpryallera. _ HENRY ;St. JOHNSON'S ARNICA AND OIL ' LINIMENT .for ;Van and Beast. The most 'perfect liniment ever compounded. Price 25c. and sac.: For SAN Ererywhoro.. CENIUS REWARDED, • TaE— Prir. , :ival Omer, ai 'Union Square, .SUBSCRIBE FOR IN. A D 1 7. 4 NOE frocettesisb To:oblong. GEORGE L: ROSS Is the Proprietor et the NEW GII2CERY STORE • JUST STARTED IN THE MON TANYE BLOCK. This store' being on the corner near the Public Square, is ono of the finest Groceries in town, and Mr. Ross has spared no pains to selecting the best goods that the great cities lidera. Ills experience is the grocery business enables him to imrchase .eest-claa4 goods, and at bottom' prices. Verniers wed everybody can depend on it •that when they .get the prices ot,i3 nteeries at Ross's It Is of no use io try elsewhere, for hts . prlces are down to rock battont. I dn. ..1. LEROY CORBIN has charge of Mr. 1.% ss's Vita- Ward Store In Kellum Block. while Sift hie Blnoonover is clerk in the uew store in Moe. tae yc li;ocit, • r. Itoss'•keeps a horse and deliv.sq w a,-...,,,,tandi11g at the store In churgg of Charley n,w.io will deliver In the Borough, free of e100r.1,1. au glx.xls as , sold. I tli 'pads of desirable produce taken In exchange NI :Groceries or for OF.OIIGE L. ROSS. l'owaticla s Pa...linnary LW. JAMES McCABE CORNER MAIN BRIDGE-STS. M'.pa,c3.q.u.arters FOR CHOICE GROCERIES CASH PAID - FOR • -I3V [ TTER, EGGS, Sic. (TC , ODS SOLD AT THE . LOWEST LIVING RATES • TowniAl.r, April 1890-Jl'. :•• I M SWARTS CORNER:OE 'MA; AND mum; E STREETS, 40 ME= (Wel)* oceueled by Owen lirtm) with ail -puttee NEW STOCK OF FINE FAMILY Groceries 84-Provisions. i *.,,iii4h, attention to - pur 4 • 'l '4- : .. • . C 0 NI I'LMT ASSORTMENT . ~„.. ..-.., :; ,..'AN1) CHOICE STOCK: i . ..:t,- . - i ~ . . . . i" :. .- . _..._ t 7 GOODS:1 " The highest market prices paid to Farmers iu.eash for desii•ahio produce. Wood and Willow Ware kept von‘tantly on hand. Buyers are Inyited to van and exaintue taw ti wells awl Pric:a. Towanda, Pa., January 211 h, 1991 STEVENS & LONG GE,OCERMS, PROVISIO4NS, COUNTRY :PRODUCE, HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW STORE, CORNER. OF MAIN & PINE-Sth. (Th%old stand of Fox, - Stevens .& Mdreur.i They Invite attention to their complete assortment and very largo stock of Choice New Goods 'Which they have always (inland. ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE And . Cas4 paid for desirable kinds.. • M. J. LONG Towanda; Apri i 1879. . _ TwEArr MARKET* E. •D. RUNDELL, that he Is euntlfluitig the Market Iu:SiIWAS at tke_old stand of Mullock & . 'ltundcli, and will at alllttues keep a full eupply or i• 4= o ' ConCtantly on hand. Country dealers suppped city rates. FRESH & SALT MEATS, GARDEN VEGETABLES, 41 All Goode delivered Free of Chartg. R. D. RUNDELL Towanda, Pa. N9%27:1879. MEAT MARKET! BEIDLEITAN'S BLOCK, BRIDGE STBEE* FRESH AND .SALT SWATS DRIED BEEF, FISH, POULTRY, GARDEN VEGETABLES AND BIr.RUIES IN Kir All goods delivered free of Towanda. MOWN. kRAI New lerk GT YOUR . 7D02111 AT TIM+ _ fi REPORTER" OFFIC Has removed to making It his JAMES McC4tBE. GORDON Have fitted thc•Utd Store An 'assort nalit of M. D. SArA wfs, A. S. GORDON. General 1 Dealers. in And rnoDucE TRADE, G EU. STEVENS. gnarnetti. F RES II OYSTERS FRUITS, &c. G. MYER, Located In Keep on . hand, TIIELE SEASON, he. C. M. UTEIL JOB PRINTING! laditush4 LB!' Gll L LET PENN. I V PRIV YORK RAIL ROADS Ansa patent ot'Paeseeger Value to take effect • MAY 150181. sAsorivJuto.:, -*. I . wserw,AuD. 1. 1 9 S - . 15 } 9 I - 7.1-3 smamost.. --....:—!—:-.-- v.14.1A M 8.11.1. ; .-81. 20517 20 r i'l5 , Niarrstalls; 25015 2 .1,....f 21...8uffa10...11 S 15 ( 1 1936, .... .... ItoeheBter.l 6311130 , ...41 ; . • . Lyons.,. 6 51 1 1 55 1 :•.' '-'..4:. 1 ...Gc1ieV9... 833 1 16! 83 .....1... Macs... 51n 01...„.....Auburn.. • 996 16391 ..•! ....1...05veg0..1 ..,_ 9 10,1 45 0 00 ; 3 4.51-1.11111111.. 9 4V2 101 9 40' 4 151..waveriy . 10 i 0.2 aCelo 04), 4 30;....5ayre.... 16 115!• 1 31: 10 OS; 4 31!...A1nen5... ....1...;i10 IS: —.l—Milan.. .! . '1023 .. , .1. .Vlster. . 1 . 0 Uti'oo . /0 131 0 al aVgar+i. - 1 .... .....' '054 , 5131 . Wysanklngi .........ill 03 1 .....Sta'g Stoneil •••• :. .:I1 10 5 261 Itum'erfleld' ....'ll 1 8 . .... Prenehtoren .:..!. 3' 3i 11 301 5 45 , •WyaIustng 11 11 3 51 11 49, 6 03.. Laceysillo. l ....' • 1153' II ott'Skln's Eddyi ....'.;4 10 12 101 6 231 Moshoppen ....Hl2 16, 0 281 11191100 pally., 1112.51 35;' 100. 7 itirrunkhan'ek , ....'... ! 1 10! 7 20!-La 41 range. I • • • •i- • • ..1 ' 125. 7 3l' .... Fans._ I ns S 10 1 43 , 8 01.1 A 11 J l lllOO 1 35 5 23 2 201 533! AV 11 k -Barre 3 15 . 7 50.1 50:11 Otol'clr Chunk ' 441 5 21' 8 5•3 1 12 00.. Allentown .1 5 90,3 4,5 , 6 05;12 15 .i/111111410131.1 S 3,0.99; 6 4411255' .I.Eacion.. , 6 .3511013' 8 251 2 20 rbllatrlplita! 3 051....( 9 131 3'33 .New York.' A. 31.1 1 ,.. if P.M. 1'.31; r% 32 leaves Wyalusing at own n:l4, Rummertiolit •St WY:^anling a:4O, Towaaila L:53. .:la. AO:et:s7;lA, riayra 7:10,-Wa In Elmira at A. M. Nu. 3t leaves Elmira at ,:4 P.M., Waverly 8:28, Sayre 0:15; Athens Milan 111;ter 7:014 Towanda 7::^_l. liVyBactking 7:31.• tl:anding Stone 7:48. Itunintertield 7:32. Frew:l:town 8:02, arriving at Wyalusing 8713 - P.:31. Traltis ttatiil 13 rmi - dally. Weeping ears nu 8 and 10 between Niagara Path. aad Philadelphia and between Lyons atui New York without change:. .I%triur care no Trains '2 and 9 between ' N !agar:. Fails and Plitiadelphia without change. and throuzb coach to and front ltnetie•itor via 11.yidisi W M EV EN S 4 N Supt. P. -/k N. Y. 11..12'. Sayre, Pa., May . lB, IEBO. It AI L W Is the °ILI/EST: BEST CeINSTRI7CTEI) E!sT— EQ (SIPPED ant; hence the .174 RAD IN' tit RAILWAY 1=1211:1 • WEST AND NORTHWEST! Il Is the short :ma best. route between Chicago mil all points in Not : them Illinois; lowa, Dak - oth, Wyoming, Nobras:a, -California. Oregon, tirizona, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Mnidana, Nevada, and tor COUNCIL BLUFFS. OMAHA DENVER, LEADVILLE, • • SALT LAKE, SAN .ERANCISCO DEADWOOD, SIOUX CITY Cedar ItaplK: Midnes, Columbus, and all Points in the errltorles, and the West. Alm). for Milwaukee. I.ty, thinkriA, Sh.liiTgari, Mar .l net te. Foll , ls 1111 Lac. Watertown, llonglittm. Neenal). Nienasha, st. Pant, MInne:11)011N Huron, Vulga,,;Farzo, liitimarek, Winona, liarlriisse. owatohna, and. all points in ?)I.inuesnta, Da t kota. WiCORI , IIII and the NorthweNt. At Connell Wolfs thu Tratus of the cnieago .North-Western anti the R'y'e depart trout. arrive at and use tho_samo joint Union Depstt. -At Chicago, el.se COlffieetkittii are wade. tclLh dho Lake Shot e, Michigan' Central, lialtitnore yhlo, Ft. Waytie tuxi Penth.ylvanta. Chlcage .iiratr Trunk 1t75.. and the Itankakee and Van llandlc Reetep. Close cemnrctions ma.te nt Junction Pointa It to the ONLY. LINE running: Pullman Ho rN Dining Cars Tel . . . Chicago & Council Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains. .insibiTup.il Ticket Agents selling you'Ti(ilmts cia this road. Esaming •your Tickets, Net refuse to buy if they do not 'read‘ over thu Chicago k North-Wehtrrn Railway: If you wish the Best * * Cr:wiling A rem mud:Mint you tt ill buy your 'MAO n by this mute, AN 1.1. TAKE NONE 09 . 11 ER. All. Ticket Agents suit Tickets by thin Line, - MARVIN tiouilirr, 2d V, I'. St Mang‘r, Chicago. El arattare, . _ rOST'§ WDOLEgALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE! We are new prepared ter .the SPRING TRADE with a full line of NEW AND DESIIIA.BLE GOODS OF VIZ ' LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST PRICES which we levlte the public to call and examine Oar assortment of PARLOR SUITS IN RAW SILK, TERRIS, PLUSH AND HAIRCLOTII, g very large, and our prites as low as VA lowest We have a full line of CHAMBER SUITS IN ASH , WALNUT AND SOFT WOOD, • which we are selling at a very low price. :A full line of SPRING BEDS, MATT BASSES ANA PILLOWS. UNDERTAKING. In this department we always have the best goods 11 the market, and are continually adding NEW STYLES with's!! the LATEST IMPROVEMENTS, while our prices aro the lowest. • J.O. FROST'S SONS' Towanda, April 9, 1879.. GET. YOUR HAIR CUT AND SHAVING, AT. !tl , .3EXcouise SHAVING} PARLOR: • SirWe study to please. D. V. STEDOE,riort Totraujsi Pa.. July.ls; 1579. LIST OF LEGAL BLANKS Printed and kept on sale at the Ttaxon:ran tarries at wholesale or retail. Deed.. , • liortgage.l • . Bond. j Treasurer's Bond. Collector's Son& -. Lease. • - • Complaint. • • ,Cemmitmeuts. I Warrant. Constabler's Return. • * - Articles ot Agreement.: forms. .Bond On Attactunent. Constable's Sales. Collectors Sales. Execution. Subpcena. 1 • • 'Tretition for License. Bond for License. Note Judgement. Wnts. .Intilffornionet sui 'REVISED NEW TESTAM,VNT. —AntAbetted Version, with the i'uw. tits- Tuna added. -Agents wanted.- Good inv. Send k. foe outfit. A,GOUTON & CO., Pobilabara, at S. Fi ft h street, rhtladelpla. April 7.1311. , . IRA 8 !,301 2 }l2 P. 814.14.141 18 1 ,8:11 103 ....11 05:0 4ft 111 40; ....;1205;6 Ott 950; 440`0 40.... 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FACTLIP - ' sTri; A TA -19 N Portable & Stationary Cirettlar CORN 'RECURS, • GRIST fi SAW 3IILL 31ACTINERY. • or fur the same. BOILER M&KING Oc repairing . . of. oW Boilers, p new I leads or Pines, a spec CV' Tr( r Z , lvr. .lit , l%.ities . .f.:37...tit FtI:ST-CLASS 130ITilf:RS ,fin tice. l .• • Portable ant. i • •• y Eogines: Of any twa•R w0...r. At .o„ liri+s.ntia Iron; easttl,gs. t olir,work: ilone %tir.i . ; . m. • tec nl: o9r work. Iliss',oll or Inelkaid •ts 1;W)- ber or 1..•at1.t...r Fo11»(1171)asid Shops (,0 of SlPrei:•;' 1.0» : - Is, To Rot CenupheoTialreater radon Eztabllshed to the World. 3 1848 24 YEARS 6 4, — .. tigoauuRtag.',u„zeoce*,,g4. 6 n7", tr ..hf kiflereTntetion Engines and Plan Engines ever teen in the American market. - A ow:Mode of systila features and improve:omits for laal,togetherAnth +roperior.qualifieft t e,morue. Lion and materials not dreamedof by other ma!*n3. Four sizes of *panders, from U te 12 boys° capaelisVor steam or A araii4poer. Two /styles of " Mounted " tr liorso:Powor.. , Feet. of Selected Lumller 7;5(10,000 (Isom three to Mx wars . . , CircUllrs sent free. Address' - NICHOLS.SHEPARD 4 CO. 'Battle Creek. MictoeFin. usiness kazbo. • • CHANGED HIS Mli ) lT 1 . eT. OTTARBON' T THE UPHOLSTERER, • Thought of - advertising ulth us,'lutt husines: itas picked up so since the litllidays, that Ile changed' his mind about advertising. All that he wanted to say, was that if any one should send for Min to repair, or mite new. 'EASY CHAIRS; SOFAS, DIVANS, RECEPTION CHAIRS, CHURCH. CHAIRS OR CUSHION S, - 4;;LOtricCiEs, - MATTRESSES, PLATFORM' • 4 • ROCKERS,SLIP COVERS, SOFA PILLOS, FOOT ..RESTS, .., One of thosf 1.210E, EASY, ' D/AMaXD ELASTIC SPRING BEDS, - l / • (That are made to fit any bed)• or anytbingAn hilt Ilne i -they can depend .upon getting Just what they want, and that tlrst.elass, and , charges reasonable. Hoping to hear from in soon, i mmaln ' Yours Truly, - . 1 J. OTTA.REiON, Upholsterer, Sahth Side Bridge 'street, Towa n da, . Pa., over Myer .I,Devoe'satarket, Towanda. Pa., January lath, 1,4111-6tuo. 1 i ', ----h-- , NATHAN'T DD, _ •• Dealar In ' l l /' PITTSTON, .WILKES-lIAR'UE 41 AND , LOYAL SOCK COAL tcrwan prices for C33/j: Mica and yard toot.of Plaie-atreet, Towanda. f July i , 1880. GET YOUlte 1043 PRINTING Dow at the itElniEttrZit 0/710E;4;pplitalte the Coot #etuie. Teeende, Cokited 7otlk,e eceeteiti , . . ._._ awn op:- iii MIS 1:: ' MUM E ~•:.• : . .... , _, .., ...,,, ..„. _ „...........„......„. :..,„,,:..,. , .. • ''l':--":'"1-430-4VRACUSENEW-NORIC-,L. _.: i , - - statormr. Mos Sint liseishom at . '''';'''. Visa ilessitusat Panierlhia , 'N. ..n - ~ porw,,Terk Rime. I*" . 41114Wilibill ali CO i s hi%iTa wsi p :lll. • War . . . Ohms antis. A nay Plow in , obviates all the t ima4e to tuiyotherl e=raMseverall - 4. of the veto Jointer SL._ _ reel Standard are Id its Mold Board 'ion of Steel and iron, .1 under a procete '- for whit... we have obtained an exclusive patent. - i • _ Its weight is edghteeni pounds less than our termer styles.' • A first-class Steel Plow, made in the ordinary way. full rigged; retails for twenty-two dollars. Inferior-Steel Plows retail from sixteet to nineteen dollars. The price of our note' Plow Is belt Seventeen Dollars, told It is the Cheapest Agricultural Implement ever sold. r It Is cheaper than. any other Plow now Made would be at live dollars and . a h4ll. mold boards. • • It will scour in soils where. steel plows and another plows' hitherto proved a failure. With thls plow will be Intl a new style of Plow Paint and. Point, on:which we have of Patents, and which aro alr improvement, both as regt .t. -and strength. , -a The Jointer - can be shifted so its to take more or less land . and it Carl a.. _.. be kept on a line with the Plow.. i The wheel will run under the beam or one Me of it as desired, and always keep in line. The beam Is adJuStable for Spring-or Fall Plowing, and also for two or three horses: . - Thailandies can be adjusted, te accomodate aman or boy on the same Plow. • . . It is the Lightest *Drat Plow eVer made. - . • • • Weeden beams are going out ot luso because they shrink, swell, and warp, and never run two seasons alike. Iron beams L Malleable beams became demoralized audgind. which is worse than to break. . - A steel beam is the- necessity f the i . It is_three times as strong, and very much lighter than any other stale. • L, Wbell trr say aMold Board i s ta il •It 0 Farmers know it Is so. Ike de not paltu off- on them a coin , .a of various metals and call. it chilled meta l _ We want agenta for this new Plow. , every town in this state. .. . . . • ,We can give but a very small discount VI them, but we will pay the Railroad Freight. •• . __.- : ...: ~ • We propase to place tills Plow in the hands of the Farmers as near the cost' of manufacture as possible. It Is the br,at Agricultural Implement ever sold. it Is the. cheapest. Persanic therefore, who are no willing to act as agents oaf the principle that ~ a nimble =peace is better. than a slow shilling," need not apply-tor an agency, . 1 . , . . . No Plows on commission. Ali sales absolute. . a a • • . We evoke inglit and Left Hand Plow% f)f all sizes. Also Me tall Plows- . . , - ; - - - . ) --, Car This is the only - Steel Chilled Mort : in the World.. . _ atrel costa several lbws more Map Iron . But this Plow, , full-rigged ; giving small dlseotints,'ean be sold for Seventeen Dollars. - Compere this price with that of..any Iron Plow ever made. • Wle re tleav, are no -agents,'We will, on receipt of Seventeen Dollars, send a Ploci.to any Railroad Station In -the State, and pay UM freight.. Address , tiitzie . • . V• SYRACUSi CHILLED PLOW COMPANY; Sytac' .N• .- . • . COMPANY. -ti --=------ • - 31A.NUFACTUIZERS OD SWINCILE MACHINE, Field I:l)Hers andl - Pkw Poin's, A G ICI C ULJ T URAL MA CHINERY ! -I'o R. M. WELLFS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER, TOWANDA rEi 171,,"`. 1 , - • • • • ;/" p - - - - \ • EOM Tompkins County Leader WHEEL 11A_KE Fp/. and two'homcs. - '`Ranivws • r The, ate v. - hi if the farmers-of j=l4:o - i•anpd. t.o tltoso.new 11 71RROWS, 'as viTtklln our implements for tho tb'szltotlt .polvortilni.T.„and preparathil of all .ufitfirrlioca and all other crops. Their opetith.it roinarkablo as to to tint SPRING Tot aII llis .w tho Lest farm ltupletnett now be toolle. pubtle. !!: Sllll. Acre.ti TS wanbal whertruokto arc nos appolutecl. !Ming- in tatty. - rning (rut xliort o- . . • -. . : . . . II TS ..,,,:. - - S AND CAPS': CH - URN -s l 2 o"iiiirEßS - 1- - • . 1 ,=••-, .. t ... : ,- . • 4 ,, f.A very large stock of the newest style's in . Pl ease .t, eve:l7 irtlrty.. Also.. L 3111RELL f t 8, T-R,to - 1:14; A full line of first.elagrowiers.. i 7 . 1N0 Itm..s, me. examine into 4;:iincrits or the `k, _ Patent. AdjustaWe iTraek Power. • • - . It is just tlikthin4 to.ple4se. . 5..4... - ......, • , ... , Lack c:a cla. Wiard Plotr,sl Clipper 'and West Oneonta! Revel slide and Side-Hill 'Plows. Improved Tompkins Co. ,Cultivators' Osborne Co.'s Independents . Mowers and Reapers' Farmers Favorite'.Grain Drills Thomas' Smoot.liing Ilarrows Acme Pnbierizing - • . • XX Hydraulic Cement liana Corn Planters IligtOdPrepa redNiiitsi. . ) Tiff PEST and CHEAPEST brands iii this market.. •- o,rm-Building land Roofing Paint‘ P. , . Minding Paper.- A largo stock of T4thricatin,;;; Cylinder and :feats-foot 01... LAS -4- 0/1-4S anyi quantity at Whole:E . :ll6 and. .1 . Mil . . CELEB.I2.&TED .1, 41. 4 101 11•7i1 G 0 N ah4flte • - üburn-Fa - 61i lirabvits' , ese are the 4 r ielit anti finest finished I farm wagons-ever seen in Bradford. • . . Itilf SkOloton Buggies %it'll tint' ulthout tops, rib Ito tot"). I , itto fitst-claws Opoi.-top !Soggier, 1010 - First-class Top 'Buggies, lii7o to 1,1110. Platform. 11 ag2ns .list Makes CORN' SRELLERS Feed Cutters, Whecl Rakes; Hay Forks, 2j, • Hay Carriers, Blocks anti Hope, . - - at very low prices. If you want to buy.the VERY BEST ritid CHEAPEST Farm Machinery of any . 4cscription, apply to the subscriber. - For. :c;ireulars and Prices; ball at my store or W rite. R. -.114. Tuv:anda, Aprils; MO. L. B. POWELIii • COMM/ Agiut to the - • CHICKEEING PIANOS, • \ • - STEINWAY PIANOS, • . ! And . MASON tt *. HAMLIN ORGANS. Also instruments of other makers. ,Large nandsonse ORGANS for Wand upwards. New Nquare.and 'Upright, Pianos 54! and upwards. large sOck of SITEET MUSIC aud . DOORS. CCM lipccfraneOnc... , SCRANTON PA., L. B. rowuL. Ts" Sept. 23, 18,90. PLOW: I=ll ":= _`'a~'`~--t Ita Mob will outwev the very " of the - f v fotijiittf. • SPRING AND _SUMMER ! 3 c, At .the cLOTfiM.i. M. g. Rosenfield Towanda,you will 1140 The - Best Goods The Latest-Styles ,F . The Lowest Prices llis ISIMENSE STOCK etubrace .the lateht styles, in' great, variety, or: ItEil)l s -;MADE uoTnix.G For.3leu's, Youth's and ltov's trtrtf, trout the fittei,l - heaviest cloths io obit c.ht..upet4i - antl tightest grades for the b.utit met' ' . .. . . • department[ Gl 4l iN r S. . FURNISIIING GOODS' ,1 , . . • nu department is,complete, bavii*. a fun am :or llosl6.ry, C•4l. , ts ail I.'nils. Nerkwenr„ I.landkeriltietg, il!temly.nra , li. S hirts,, Summer U. - aenve.arbke. _ - I - 1 • - 1 • fi _ i ' AptEMBER-L-That you can save money by ',Oct:ming :it the old-established Cloth!. ing house of ) •- . M. lE. ROSEN FIELD. _ , . Towanda, May 19, 1551 1;111r6re Tarbo. rE oLD "MARBLE YA RI) • ~ • *OPERATION. _ , . • . T ~,,,,, '..:lle.lnin.Vit. , g .plircrL ii: , a:1•t MAlt iltihie.°Yt\ll:lr;l.4 the I:4e G I'.ORG E . 311.1":,% GP, Ile xitoN t,, lut•irm tht; ii . i . :'',Ge : that having ettii.loyed exiwilt•net. , ll:k• 1:., ::kk p- - 11.1:..1'.1rekt to t10 . 11:1 k1t1(1S Of iVOttt ill thk:.ll.lltl.4.'t , : ; - . . hioNumENT. ' HEAP and In the - Tery best ttimmer,anti at lowest rates. • Pepons desiring , anything In the :hart to line are incited to rail and efiwinine work, and say.• ager.ts' commission. , Towanda. Pa., Nov. IS. 17374 'p rothers MARBLE a WORKS! bra‘littfac ePr.: of ➢IAIiIILE Atif) I;!ZA'N'IIE MON (TMEN Ts ) TOM PI STON ES • • • _Elinct, •Tormuda, . [Ond dein* soutlfs„the . lorartlClAl'Marble u rlteQ ; oursel‘es, we can afford to sell cheap.: r Imo i dm* cwhu eturloy their labor. All work.sairttnied defeet i velnarble used. : . • ttittiance. INS HR ANCE! BEI Z. S. RIJEL,L, Agent, ISE FIRE, LIFE,IAND ACCIDENT IknaCIES Issued on chol'lnost reasonable terms. _ None but •retia companies represented. 'Losses adjl:l- led anti paid bete. ,Towanda, Nov. 13, E 33 35 ITSQUERANNA COLLEGIATi IN smuTz. tAiltiNG • tEust commences (I P N DAY, ARIL Ob , IYBI.. Expellees . for board. tuition and toodebed ,roof,. two) On to , tOW per yeor. For_esitalogno or Outlier particle. are address the Pribelpl, EDWW E. QUIpILATi. A. 11. Towecda, October 23, 1 Aletb, 4, . jam and :Sonaq Suggestions of and for the awn. Work with the Crops. The cultivator should be kept at work in the ) cornfield, both .to kill the weeds and,mellow the soil. The full returns for work done with the cuftivator are not all. obtained in the hiii , est of a single crop, but the good effeces of the tillage are felt in suc- ceedhig years. Some farmers stop the cultivator so soon ' as the horso can catch the leaves of the coral it is bettet to,put on a muzzle, and con tinue the work, thus keeping down the weeds, and leaving the ground in better, - condition for the crops rat 're to follow. • . The!' work of harvesting what, oats, "and barley, will come ..this month,.and. it should be- began'es early as possible; ,any delv is a 'source of loss in a number of, ways. Hallowed .to get "dead- ripe," the grain is not so good and plump, and sells- for less, 'because' it does -mit _make so good flour, the straw is less digestible thitti NV hen cut_ just as • the grain has pasSed out of the "milk." . There is less waste from shegingpf. the. grain, and besides - the hurry_ which comes from waiting, until all; the work comes'in buntiliis avoid-: ed.', have everything -in the, way of . - hired help and machinery . ready .to go into the'--hativest field on. time ; delays are dangerous. .. . Late , havin6Will be done this month, and much that is to be gath ered will be 01 a secondary ,itiality from the neglect to cut it earlier.' A field of ripened and brown grass is a sad evidence of neglect, if; not of I doWnright-thoughtlessness and folly';, and_the farmer who -'flelays-making fit hay when it is ta, its best—when the grass is in flower,--must. k idler a loss in bitving poor fodder for. his stock. Late cut • 114 y may and should be—very largely - cured in the cock, instead of parching it 'in the hot sun. The heating and sweating that it will - undergo4s - ith this man t,getrient, will improve 'it,nn`d make it easier -to • handle. - • Hay, caps, as mentioned in last month's notes, are very valuable, often saving their cost during a single. storm.. .11ungarian Grass, or Golden ;gil let,-may be sown this month-for hay. that was sown in the.spring Aliould -be cut before. it get's much beyond heading. =lf allowed to stand longer it decreases in value, and the beards will become, a source of an noyance to the :stock, esPecially to horses.' Repeated- sowings °clothier corn may be made for a continuous supply of green' feed, until the close ',of the growing 'season. The small, 'cafick.growing varieties, are prefera ble. • A quantity of . green fodder.at when the -pastbres - get dry, al liey very often do in the latter part di the summer,, will keep.the cows bp to,a full flow, of inilk, and will be good food for other farm animals. Swedish Tdrnips, can be • :;01751 up to the middle 'of this rnontlr. The ground from which early potatoes have been taken, 'is ,excellent- for.a fate crop of this kind. Thev:seed' should be sown' in drills 30 inches IL _'apart ; about -3 11;s. of good fr.'Lli . per nere.„,- ' , too heavy. INA SUELTES r Altl ES - 7+l ce PE, 7•R 'DA, PA. AS soon as the hay is removed from the meadow a good top dress ing,, of finely' . divided, well-rotten manure, may be : applied with -excel lent, results. It will produce a thick bottoin, thus preventing the,sun from burning up.the. r,(;krts, and also give a coed second growth, for:cutting or for pa turage. • For a late erOp, or one to ceupy a piece of newly clear ed said, thee is nothino...better than buekwheat, which maybe sown dur ing the month of J uly. , The amount Of seed ,to be sown is from three to four 'peeks to the acre; 'lf sown Much later, than the - middle a _Atte present month, the frosts are riA, to come before the grain is matured.. When 'root cropS are introduced into the rotation, there is no'need-of the turpmer fallow to clear the ground of weeds and make it deep' and mellow. These good results are obtained with the culture and ,growth of- root crops, and at the same time there is no loss of the use of the land Care of Lirve : Stock.i i Horses-are hard-worlred,'.aria - deed the best of care during, he hot days -of Summer. Frequent brushing, rub bing,iand currying will be necessary to remove the sweat stains, and make the 'coat smooth. An 'occasional washing, especially of" the legs and feetiis important. Flies will cause, grew inconvenience, and .if ,not guarded against, will worry the ank mals greatly.. A cotton ,sheet,, is a great protection,and costs but little. Horses should have water frequently but in small quantities, and should not be alloWed to; go" thirsty so long as to overload themselves when they: finAllv come . to drink. - . The . food . be shoul e substantiabsomething more than 'graSs is demanded by a Working horse, especially if its time for eating is limited, as is often the case during this month. The stables and all . the surroundings of -the horse should be kept clean ; a failure here maydevelop b:ul gases"that may breed disease.., • • 0 • Cows that are in milk shauld ' be watched , ; and given 'extra feed so soon assigns of a fallirtf are seen; It is very difficultto - inereasethe flow after a shriiika , Te occurs. So soon: as the . pasture begins to get short, supplement the feed-of the tiekt by a ration - of green fAilex in the yard or stall. Many cows suffer from the ex cessive heat, being exposed the whole. day through to the hot sun in a tree less and sliadeless pasture. A past-' ure should afford a comfortable place. aim well, as, furnish food Tor . the ani mals,that time greatest profit may be Obtained. - . , - . Store' Sheep will- not - need much more feed than a 'good pasture will afford. . Give them salt it frequent intervals, and see that „they have shade through, the hot days of mid summer and a free access to pure water. • Sheep for the butcher should be fed liberally -with meal. A quart i of ground . feed - per day will, with 1 good pasturage, bring the animals i into good marketable condition. .i Pigs profit by a good run in clover or fresh grass. They are naturally Iclean animals, and only become -t.‘pigs" when they have mire and mud holes for a run. Young pigs that I are _designed for the early winter market - - shouldbe pushed now by extra feed. 'A rapid : groWth at this time will make much difference iii the profit of keeping pigs. Pig pork . is the best, and young pigs of an early 1 maturing breed should, therefore, he fattened. from the start. Sour milk is uotT enoUgh for them; add grain feed in liberal quantities. • . I Chickens hatched , this month will }be large ! enough , to go through the coming winter with safety. Hens I Set after July do not always silenced 1 with their broodi. The hot - weather 11-favors the growth . - of :vermin, and for a year. strict cleanliness must be observed about the poultry house. It is an advantage . to have all the , hen tur keys come off with their young at nearly the same time, that they may all go as one ' flock, thus lessening the cure of looking lifter them,etpee. ially if they are given the whole range of the farm. After the broods are large enough to roam, feed them enough to_ make them care for their home. awl_ they will return , to it at night.—Atherican for July. - - !Li . - The itchen.Garden. There is! n time in the whoie year when the rake.aiid hoe are of more importance An the Kitchen Garden, than now. Planting is. mainly ,over for the - season, and:the weeds are ready to take. possession of Ow ground to the injury, of -the crop. The Asparagus bed should now sp. pear as a deep mass of green. This is necessary that nourishment may te elaborated for the 'rapid gro'Wth the - tender and much prized, shoot; for the following spring. The sle,,l q of the asparagus 'ttops" should kei - :p down all small weeds—some larger ones may assert themselves•and will need to be pulled before they ripen any seeds: Bush beans, like -the "Refugee" may be - still planted fur late use - and.. pickling: It is will 1. 0 nip - the ends of-those Lima vines fiat run beyond the end of the pole-. Early Beets nuly be sown for a ~ ti(! cession of greens and young roOts during the :triontli. Celery is cow grown almost entirely by the ',tufa. it system, putting the plants tin a level surface, and beaching by. throwing op - the earth 'in ridges arom. , l. the plants. quiel. 'growing. varieties of . sweet corn .way be sti'l planted fur late use and drying.' Select . a few of the best ...stalks _to fernifb see'd fur next year. Ashes dusted over the cucumber tines will asi,istin keeping off the -buggy." . • l'iek every day for pte.kles. The fruit of he egg plants' is much betterp.. if 1 4. oft ground by a laver of straw, etc. There are •usually.more "sets" upon the melon vines than will mature, and to im prove the quality of the earlier ones remove the late set. fruit. Onions arc ready to be haLvested - when a large share of the tops lie down, After the bulks are thoroughly dricil they should be stored thinly in a cool, airy place. ilf sweet potato _ s ines are - allowed to root at tic iintS, a large part of the nouri,ll - goes into small -and worthleFts joint roots at - the- expense of the main ones. Move the vines at 4 ael l hoeing. On the other hand vines- may.be allowed- to take rout at the joint - i - with .advantage. Sorge sort of a trellis- should be u.:“.-1 - 44 keeping the tomato vines with fruit•from the grOund ; . krn hay is better• than =WE= Eating Lemons A good deal has been s.tid throw:t the _papers about the healthfult:c : —. l . lemons. The latest adyie.: . as• to to use them o they ti, ill do Cit., good ions as follows : vol.:- km?* the benefit of lemonade 19:f..!V breakfast, but few: know how it k more than doubled. by takin ,,- ain4.lo.c at night, also. The way to hetter of a system wr.L,,i-v. blue pills or/quinine, k to take 'the juice cef one, tivo, or th.Ne It: Mons. as the appetite craves. in a§- , mu,-4 i‘-e -water as males it pleasant to without sug,ar, bcfore In the morning on ril - n;r. or at half- an hour before briktleFf. - t::la: the juice or one lemoti.in . a'golikt water. Thk cleat• the systcm of .humors and .bile, with mild clliency, witliout - vny of the wt akening elkets of:caional ess pie should not .irritat:.! the Aomach :by - eating lemons char; the, p , .,werful acid of the ju:e.:, whieli is alunio, corrosive, int . :32lo)ly produces intlaln mation. after a white, but . pioperiy diluted. so that it does not burn er draw the throat, it doe - s, its full dicing -Work wil,hout ha!' m, and- when ..the stomach _is clear krf food abundant opportunity to work 0:1 tic systcp, hly. •-. /I",r.y.Y .many p - er'soris vi - ouder Wit the cranberry sake ,thrit': thLy, ha\ y at-home,is•lird; thick, and dark. ..-A• dish - of eonked eranbeWes the glass omlht to• sofnothin2 ct ry. beautiful, light and s delietiti?: , :l'i , 4uart . of the fruit put one euptul wateraml two cupfuls of sugir. in a poreelaindined. stew pan. l'hufr the tire Where - thi , y may stew ,10:•.!y for two hourS. Do not dare tri much less to stir tihem with a That : kills, scilidities, • and them.. does ,too e 0 ;,1;:n.r. - But cook very slowly or yoq spoil the whole Ihiniv. AN exeluincre saes that wiu a t:ike internally in - qUantitie4: of about" a teaspoonful onee a Week wi'.ll_ food, sulphur will keep all kinds •pf• mall free from lice, and promote the general health. One teaspoonful is - sufficient for ten or twelye hens or three pr •four sheep Or pigs., The same quantity of elf-taco:Al' e:in Onabined with it with - good results. THE English sparrow" llare .1 drip n all the other birds fret& this town? . .Wel i, I should twitter." • CERMANEMEDY, RREVMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreneis . of the C'hest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore -Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and_ - Scalds, General- Bodily . I -. Pains, Tooth,. Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet andlars, and all other Pains and Abhes... ' . No Preparation on earth coat. ST.JA - ot a. a Ruts, sure, 'simple and cheap lt..kmedy. A trial' entails bn‘ but tho eoPnr , l'" trilling outlay or uo Cents, and every ‘ptle 7I" with pain can bay,' cheap and Nedtivo proof alsitas. ' Directions in Peceiei Languages. FOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEAI-47-3 A. VOGELER & CO.. I Baltimore, Md., U. s. . t :=II2:=ZI I=l EME .FOl IN XEDIOINDI '