Sunbury American. (Sunbury, Pa.) 1848-1879, April 07, 1876, Image 4
)lt libcrtiscmcnts. Hthi Jabbcdtsmtnts. Agricultural. A Miner's Hat. Ouc nilit, during the recent troubles ia the Pennsylvania coal regioui, Judge Potts' brother, Thomas Potts, was round at a meeting of mine owners, and alter the adjournment he ttep Id iu at a tavern. While there he met some friemls, and in the courso of an hour he became very intoxicated. On his way home he lost his h.itf and a miner who knew him, fccliug compassion fur him, clapped on his head a miner's hat, aud in order to make the dark street look brighter he lighted the little lamp in front of the hat. When Potts icaibcd his house his wife had sjn to bed, and the lights were out, hut Potts telt certain the lamp was burning in the hall, but he couldn't for the life of him tell where it was. He looked at the rcjzolar lamp, aud that seemed to be out ; tlieu huuttd in every direction for the light, but ho was unable to find it, although it seemed to shine brightly wherever he went. Prcsentlv he happened to slop in front of the mirror in tha hat rack, aud then he saw precisely where the lamp was. After a brief objur gation upon Mrs. Potts lor leaving the light in such a preposterous place, he weut up to the mirror and tried to blow it out. lie blew and blew, but somehow the llamc burned as steadly as before. 'That,' said Polls, is the moz cxtra or'nary lamp's ever been my misfortune to encounter.' Then be took off his coat, and, halding it in front of him, crept cautiously up to the mirror, Mil tried to crush the coat over the lamp, which still burned brightly. Jle said r 'Thai1 cer'inly tery extro'nary 1 moz 'stoDiahii' circumstans ever come uu'er my observation. Don', no how t'count for it-' It occurred to him Uieu that perhaps he might smash the lamp with his umbrella. Seizing the weapon, he went up to the hat rack, aiming a terrible blow at tho light, he brought the umbrella dowu. lie missed and smashed his Sunday bat into chaos. He took aimagain, and caught the umbrella in 'the lamp overhead, bringing it down with a crash. Then he tiied a third time, and plunged the fers'.c of tbc Umbrella through the mirror, and smashed it to atoms ; be felt exultant for a moment, as the I:;' In disappeared from Lis vukn. but he was jicrplexed to find lb eta was another liht somcwltere, lie did not know exactly where. So he sat dowu on the slairs, ami remarked : - - Mos stomshiu' circumstans ever corns un'er my obzervazion. W ha ten thunder dot" it mean, au' bow ? Light's gouc, on' an' yet it's bhiniu' ! Perfec'ly incompres sible. Wish 1' gracious Mrs. Poods wake up an' 'spkin it Durn 'f I know what I had better do.' Then Potts took off his hat to scrath his head, in the hope that he might scar up au idea, and the truth flashed upon him. Gazing at the lamp for a roomcut, until be dm ok in a full conception of the trouble it had caused him, lie suddenly smashed it down on the floor in a rage aud extinguish ed it, after covering two yards of carpet with grease. Then he went to bed, aad in the murning Mrs. Potts informed hita that sums of those awful miners had broken into tho bouse the night before, aud left one of their hats with a lamp. Potts turned over in bed so that she could not see his face, and said if the stern hand of tha law wasn't laid upon those ruffians soon noboMj's life would be safe. A New Capitalist. lie didn't look as if his pockets held fifty ceuts, hot a rich man Las a right to dress m b chooses. He loaied np Griswold street until be saw the liphl sort of face, and then asked: Can you show me a bank ?' Ves, sir; three doors below, or Just across the street, or right back there.' 'Thanks. I'd like to put some money in 6ome bank, but I'm a little afraid of banks. I always did prefer a note of hand to a bank.' The citizen pricked ut his ears and ask ed : 'You have some money to lend, have you ?' . , . A trifle,' was the auswer. Do yon know of auybody who'd like to take some aud give me a note for a year at seven per cent. ? I think of going to Mexico for a while. - - 'ljbl' see ?' tuuebed the eitizen, 'I don't know but I'd take some myself.1 'Imoii git a drink and then we'll talk,' said the stranger. Yes, certainly ; como aa,' replied the citizen, and the two went into a basement. Drinks were ordered by the citizen, one alter another, until his shinplasters fslt louelj. He said he could sake good use of a few thousand dollars for a year, and some of his friends might also take a thoa eand more. The stranger put down gin, whUkey, lager aud brandy until his logs gave out. The citizfn laid him on a bench and tried to sober him, but the fellow went dead asleep while they were irying te force vinegar down his throat. The bar-keeper said he was au old loafer, and a policeman was sent for to take him to the station house. 'When they got hiia down there aud searched bim, they found four cents, a brass-backed comb, and a doorkey in his pocket, and the citizen who wanted to borrow a few thousand dollars went to see if the mail had come in. AWkll-Posted Hot. History never Jumps over Detroit There are too many old battle-grounds around here for the his torian to get past without at least a few paragraphs. The fight at Bloody Run has been widely .read of, and strangers often asked to have the locality pointed out Yesterday a man dropped off a streot car at the Jefferson avenue brides to look around and Jet memory carry him back to Indian days felt anxious to know Low the fight came to be called Woody Hun. By and by a boy came slamming along, and the stranger beckoned to him and asked : 'Sonny, is this Iiloody Run ?' 'You are bloody right it is,' was the e joinder. 'Kight around here is where the British troops were, is it 1" Yes, sir; and down in the gully were the bloody injuns.' And they fought !' 'Bloody sure. They didn't como here to play, you bet' 'Was there much loss ?' Bloody big one.' 'Can you tell me,' coutinued the strang er looking around, 'why they call it Bloody Ruu ? 'Yes, sir ; ooc' when them soldiers found there were ton Indians to oae white man they run so bloody fast that you can find eld boot heels around here yet 1' The stranger may have taken somo away as relics. He was seen bunting up and down the street When can a lamp be said to be in a bad temper f When it is put out. Velc, id peats ter tyful how dig country vas gotton cut up mit ter railroads 1' ex claimed an up town Teuton, carefully ex amining a pattern supplement to llarinr'i Bazar. AOPYTtt Kwlitch.-ineeinlhwnrM '" W AO iiM.iuy. A-l.lress v. S. SAFETY POCKET CO., Newark. X. J. .,.:!l,4w. 1 ..tiiu, i-H VJUJ.W A.1. ! , I . iv.-t JSL Soul Charming, Mmmirwia, ami Murrain" Uuiile, allowing bow either sex niuy Uncinate and K" ,Ul' lovc invn I'l'intv-n nt .......... . ... iti. iv mv.. viiuci at- niuy laatnuaie anu lectiuu of unv Itiiaou they cIhmhw inaianlJy, 4O0 Uy mail M eta. Hunt a Co., 11 . St., , l'a. "'ill, ' PMf Hill. Match Lr'e Standard Cvettmbrr and Grafton Cm. Pump, with evpfwr liBtaca.old o4 dw sttK svud all Taiaahle ttnprovfme&ta. Manufacturing fWciliclvei wtUt tttaraaaed ; eMAtk and asonnieDt LARa,prW8MALU Visitor.. iHsUrre and tbelrador totally . areeordially tolu4.wbr 1b town to th big F.ibibiUou. to cali a4 aea r ntf far eatalocn. with prices and irrme. C.G. BLATCHlEV, Manufr, 506 Commerce St.Phila, WANTFD AOEft'TS For lue Ureat CENTENNIAL TT T C rp n T) XT ix i vkksa ia niiJiUtti to the cKa of the lira! h)0 yara of uttr Katio!i;tl I n dei'Tn.lruce, iiieliiJiiit; ail ac-ouiit of the coiiiipu' (inind Ceuteiunal EahilMrion, 7HO l-agea, ftne eii(!rlni;, low lric fjuiek aultw, Kxtra term. Kind for cireiilar. H. AV. Zikulkb & C, 61S Arch St., 1'hila. 111IT. 4w. WATERS' TIAOS, 23"A Hire, are tue la i-t nade; thr tour, touch, workmanxhi', uud durability unxunwaM-d. WATERS' ORGANS, Vcajicr, ChaiH'l. Vialtwtt', Bid t:yiuliella, rauuot U- ex celled iu tone or buauty. The Coiuvrto Slop ia a line iinitatiuu of the hiuuviie voic.'. Warranted for eix yean. rrua extremely low for c-nh diiriiig tliin moulh. Monlhiv hiataUiueuta teteited, A hlK-ral discount to Tejcucm, Minisiera, t'liiirehen, tk'hoola, LoUftea, etc Afteuta wanted. S4H.-ial ilidueementi" lo the trade. Illilctrati d eata liiue aout. Hobaoi WaTLits k Kok, tl Uroadwa, X.-w Vork. box, 3SiT. 'l ' Wanted Aeeula forthelK-nt Mihiig ritutioiury Package iu the Wiirld.- It rontnina IS aheetH aM?r, 15 enve!ow, g'ltden l'eu, l'rn Holder, Feucil, latent Vard Me taure, u:d a vieee of Jewelry. liuiKle Package, with pair ol eUaiit (Kl ) Slone Sleeve llntloliM, prvt paid. iVlB. 5 for $1.00. Thi paekaKe haa beeu exauiiued ly the pulilwher of the Axn.li is and foUiid aa lepreaeutcJ worth the juouey. Uatchea Kiveu away to all Aeuta. :ircular free BUIDK k CO., W Uroadway, Nw York. InlT, 4w. Kaub,Frymicr& Edwards, 5aerfwora to 15. 1KBSEV k SOX, (biua, GImnm and ((ueenNwure, Old Stand, 5'13,'M.irVot Kt opp. hew P. O. Pbila. A re offerlun i;ret ludooenuuta to purchaaera of French China Dinner and 1 ea aeta, plaiu and decv ra:ed choice alylea aud aujerior q unity. An i teuai and varied axaortment of (haiiita-r Ma, foreign aud douieetic KlaaFware, plain, cut, and en graved. Our a!oek hurt lccli csri fully aeiecled aud purchaaed J r eaeli, eiiuhiiHR ll tuaelj at the loweat caah pricea. I-fcial c:ire devoted to our retail lie. partmeut. Particular attentii'ii inven todeoiration of china and kuo-h to ordei, in lull acts or to match broken Full line ot b-.teat etylen ami .heat wake Sliver Mated V.are. nil7. w. WORK FOR TIIK UNEMPLOYED! Till: TIIIM M: K1MTIOV ia the only fully 1 11 net r:il.-I l.Jim.n of Sir Wlu r .Scott 'a Waverly Novels of Aiueric-tu ruake( und ia 'lhe la-at etlition of the beat i.iii!n(h iioveliat." The hooka are alaudard and will w II tor all tiu.e. Tha mechautcal ex.vutioii of the tteat. The piiceiof the lunit AcenU Wanted Everywhere, to whom liberal tcnue aud eaclualve territory are offered. FortTlfht Tolnuivn. averafrihft iO) page ejeh, and coutaiuinit uearly a.U00 illuat rat ioua, will complete the aeriea. Subacrihera vupplied with two voluuiea (a corn plate work) monthly. Eleven luoutha' dvliveriea (21 vol umaa) are now ready. Price iu Cloth, gilt extra, par volume tl.SU; Ualf Turkey, gilt top, !.. Forterma, etc., addreaa E. J. HALE ft BON. 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Special atteution will be given to the Progress and Interests of Manufacturex, Mining and Ag riculture throughout the country. The COMMERCIAL MAKES SPECIAL CLAIMS A3 A Family Newspaper, Every effort being mads to render it a pli-.-i?aiit and profitable companion for tbe Home Circle, while its columns will be carefully guarded agaihl objectionable matter of all kind. Its Mark el anil Financial ICcporlM Will be full and accurate, embracing facts from ttll'tlie h ading Trade Centers of the World, and of great value to Meehants. Manufactures, Farmers nud all engaged iu business of any kind. Its nrrangemciits for securing Early and Re liable News are complete. Having able corres pondents at the Stale and National Capitals, its reports of the doings of the Lawmakers of the land can be Implicitly relied upon. As a Political Journal, THE COMMERCIAL will continue to be, as it has beeu, a Republican paper, fearlessly de voted to a party. It will resist, as well ami ns prudently as it may, auy attempt to force upou the party the support of The Third-Term Mon strosity ; and while it will strive to maintain a place in the front rank iu Supporting an Honest Party Policy, it will reseive to itself the right to oppotc any measure not in harmony with Re publican Principles, even though it may emanate from anu know as Republican. It will aland firm, ou all occasions, by the platform of the Republican Paity adopted at Lancaster, which demands Honest men in ofilce men with brains enough to know dishonesty when they see it, and courage enough to light it w herever they liud it." TEiiMs FOR THE Daily Commercial, Postage Futn to St use 1:111b its. By mail, jht aiiuum i0 00 By mail, for six mouths i 00 By mail, foi three months '2') By mail, for one mouth fc." Delivered by carriers, JkT week ... 15 THE Weekly Commercial. FOR 1876. XO WIS THE TIME TO SU11SCUIUE. 36 Columns OF Choice Reading Matter EVERT WEEK. IT IS THE PAPER FOK THE M ECU A NT, THE FARMER, THE MECHANIC, THE MAXLFACTIRKR, THE F JlLXTu-T . Contaiaiiig a fireater Variety of Choice Reading and Miscellaneous News than can be found in In any weekly paper pnblislied in the Statu of Pennsylvania. Complete Weekly .Market Iteforltf M-HC1ALLT rUtl-AUM! tOK IT. TERMS FOR 1TG. Weekly Commercial (PosTAon Pkfpaiu.) One Copy, One Year $1 75 CLl'B P.ATES: Teu Copies, per antmru, each .... (1 50 Twenty Copies, ' uud oTcl " . . . . 1 -5 And One Extra Copy tn the getter up of the club. Additions ratty be muile to a Club at any time dnring tlie year at the Club price, the sub sciiptiotia eoniiiiuing a Full Year fiom the time the addition ahull fauTit been made. Taeaa prices are invariable. Terms Cash iu udvance. Remit iu Drafts or Poatolllee Money Orders, if possible, aaa where ueithxr of thea cuu be procured :' th money iu registered letter. liTSrEC'IMEN COPIES SENT FREE. Adaresa all ordait una lattars to "THE COMMERCIAL," De 24. Ib15. ; Pm-awitmi, Pa. Scribiicrsr3iontlily for 1876. The t.uMiahrrs invite attention to the Jollowine: list of jiaa of Uia eomiuK eur. Iu the flelil of tlctiou. bes)? anaieiaua iiuTekttea aua aliurter atori-s, tliere will be Two lleniarkabltt Nerial Ktorieit. By AMERICAN AUTHORS. Tbe A rat of tbM, liow ooBipU-tr iu utir uautla, "GABRIEL CONROY," By UKKT. HAKTK. Bffia ia th 5oftwUr numlr, &nl will rnn fr twrlrr louthi. Tin if Mr. HurtoV tir fxlfudd nurk. Tlir Bcritrt Bud cliarn-iM, hi-h tli u:lur h.m vn-n-n from hi fivniii llfl.i, 'alilorniu, art: ymutcd with iharuttriitif vividuepp and j-owr; and the wurk in withont rttiubt th inHt rn hin rnrd of rurly 4ali forni hfo tliat ha yvt tti'i'urfd. We .111 alno trt-tfiii in the .luiianrr liiiinU-r. "1'UIUV XOLAX'H FHIEXDH, Or, Show Your Passports." y EUWAUU KVKKETT UALK. Tha nu of tliia story la luiil in the Koutliwmterii ternlory, now torintni; the Sluiea ol luiHaua and lin, at the lima nf Aaron linrr'a treaaou. I h.- char aeiara livad in a aion mhieb wa tiuw Aint-rieaii, nuw Freueh, and now Xjniiu, aud thia record of their ad vent iirnna lirra tnakea a atory of hitvutte autl uiiflafjtfiiig lutein! tbrniiiliout. .1 SECOXIt 'FA UMER'S VA ( A T10X' By Col. GEO. F.. WAIiING, Jr. Col. Wiaiaa ia now in F.uro)e, viaitln, In a rnw lHt riil f two hnudied and fifty milea, one of the muat fettilc and inte rating ot the Tiur-gruwiuK vallara if Kuro. Tina aeroml arrira ol .a-ra proininm to tie tou more inlerratiug than thut with which our reudcra are alreuriy familiar. CEXTEXXIA L LETTERS, F.vliteil ly John Vance honey. A rate collection of KcTolutiorury Itteia, mainly from atorea in tlif haul of the th't-eendaiita of Col. Jn).h Ward. Thfy are full of interest, and will lie road with a rare rrlmh in uonnertion with the t'entau uial ceiehratiou ef the year. BRILLIANTLY ILI.I STHATK.H ARTK'LKK tN A M Eli If A X VOLLEUES. " rittrn rHj-wtivrly by Ih- ir frirnds. will Hpprnr dur hiff thf rar. 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TKItMSt S4.O0 m Tear, iu uflvaueet 35 els. a Ainniber. Th 10 vela. eori"lete, Nov. 1H70, to Oct. l7.1,luiid in maroon cloth i $-U.no ,lo. do. bound in halt morocco. 30.00 Vol. tein iu Novemtr and May. Anyoi the earlier vohuna (I to VIII) will Ik. aitiiM-tl w parately to partiea who wmh them to com. Mo net it at thia rate, i. ., cloth, f iat; half lnorriKH-o, H.00 KookMcllertiaiiil lKt ninHtr-rw will la. aii)iilid ut ralea that will enable theiu to till any ol tbe aljovc offrra. Suhaerila; will pUiwo remit in P. O. Money Ordora, or ia liaiik Cheeka or Kiufs, or by n eutered lettera. Money iu letters uot regiatereil, at acuder'a riek. SCRIBNEIl & CO. Tt 1 Uroadwiij, Nat Yolk. Oct. tt, 15. A rKK.Mll.rl ;IVK. TO EVEKY KIKK1C. QODBY'S LADY'S J300K. THE OLDEST MAGAZINE IN AMERICA. 187C. 'ohue-i. 1870. In addition to our aplendid Steel Euotavins :iud reli.iblo Colored K.ihiou I'lntcs, will be niven fiom time to limech L':mt Chi.ono III u.-t ra ti. ins. 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A BELL tt CO l'i nusiigi'.s, bUN IRON BUILDING. Baltimoux, Mu, it i: a it i r 1 1. i: v i: it it i.o o m i u ROSES Strong Pot ltosi'H, suitable for immediate flowering, aeut aafeiv bv mail, )otpaid. Five aplendid varietiea all labeled, ii.im, U do. f'J.oo, i do. J.t.oo, Jti do. ft.iai, :Ci do. SVi.oti. For ltieeula each additional, one lnajcui litrt.t premium roae to every dollar's worth ordered. Send lor our new lil'IliK TO ItuSE CI'LTl'KK, and ehooae from over 'Joo uueat aorta. We are tha larenl Roae-4 Irowera in America, and the only oiiea allowinK piirehaaera to mnke their own atleetitiiiH. SatiHtHeliou (tatiraubd. Address THE lilNUKK k t'ON AUD CO., Roae tirnwera. West Grove, Chester Co., l'a. March In, "0. lot. OKXiJ to (S. I'. ltOWKLI. k CO., New York, for O l'umphl.'t of ltaj p:tfea, eontainiiif; IihIm of 3aio lii wn Imjiere, and eatiiuatea ahowing coat of advertising. March iu, '70. ly. Application Tor liurt-h Charter. 'IsTOTICE is hereby iven that application will .11 he made to the lion. Win. M. Rockefeller, l'residctit Jutlge of the Court of Common 1'ieaa of Northumberland eounlY, by members of "The American 1'rimilive Methodist Xion Church," of Mount Carmcl, ou the loth day of March A. D. 1!7C, to grant a charter of incor poration to the suid church, according to the Act of Assembly of April 'J'.lth A. D. 174. WM. FLEW, DAVID HARRIS, JOHN GREEN, JOHN THOMAS, ALFRED WHITE, THOMAS M. THOMAS, JOHN iOW ELL. Mt. Carmcl, l'a., Feb. 12, 1S7C. Good News to Farmers! THE CELEBRATED DEXTEIt FEED CUTTElt which will save FIFTY FEE CENT. U very farmer raiaine; itock, ia offered for stile, by the amleraigned agent for Northumberland eounty. This Feed CitUr bai beta awarded diploma at very Coanty and Stat Fair where it hat been exhibited. It it acknewledge t be superior to aay thers ia ase. Orders will be promptly 0111 bv aJarMslnf JOUM . UUKTNEK, Aiet. Dot. M. ltrTO. S-unbry, Pu. jvotkt;. Notice is hereby given to the public not to to trust my wife, Hannah Fow ler, nor sell her auythiug ou my account, as I will be responsible for no bills of her contraction, after this date March 22d, 1S7U. A. C. Fowlkr. March U, 2w. --IHIIU vKmittfR hi a 7 TIIK UHHFORI) AUTOMATIC Family Knitting Machine! A MOST fSEITL AND WONDEItFCL ISVESTIOM ! N,ow attisictini; universal alteiitlou ty its aston ishing performances, antl its practical value for every day family use. It is simple, Durable, Cheap, to easily kept iu repair, and WILL LAST A LIFE-TIME ! It will knit every possible variety of plain and fancy work. WITH ALMOST MAGICAL SPEED, nnd far better than it can be done by hand, or ou any oilier machine. All kinds of (jarments are perfectly formed and shaped by the machino itself, rciiuiriiifc no cutlino anil making up. A good operator will knit a mau'a sock, with heel aud toe complete, iu from five to ten minutes ! and from twenty to forty pairs of socks in a day ! Every especially every farmer s fannl - should have a BICKFORD KNITTER. It will be found equally as useful as the Sewing Ma chine, and even more profitable. Every Machine WARRANTED perfect, aud to do just what is represented. The Kickrord Maclm.e is tlie only legitimate cylindrical Knittiasr Machine in existence. All others, not licensed by us, are clear and palpa ble infriiifrmcnts on our patents, and we shall hold all parties who manufacture, sell, buy or use such infringing machines, to a strict legal accountability. An Instruction Book, contaiuing complete and rninutiirections to the operator, accompanies each machine. No. 1, Family Machine, 1 cylinder, 72 neeedlcs 30 No. 3, " " 2 " 72 A; 100 " J40 A sample machine will be sent to any part of the l nited States or Canada, express enarges pre-paid, on receipt of the price. Acent wituted in every Slate, County, City and Town, to whom very liberal discounts will be made. For further particulars, address Bickford Knitting Machine Mfo. Co. Solo Manufacturers, Brattleboro, Vt Nov. 10, 1S75. It. I X L-THE WOMAN'S FRIEND THE BEST FINISHED AND MOST PERFECT " FLAT IRON " EVlt MADE. Interchangeable Handlo and Shield Comolned. The handle is entirely Bcpante, aud may bo used for any riumbur of Irons. It can be adjust ed instantly, and beine provided with a shield the hand is completely protected from the heat. No holder ia rennired when using. Wl ion th Iron t. being laiy,i3i;. heated, tbe handle must be detached. We will send to any eddre, on re ceipt of Draft or '. O. Order for tho amount, either of the following sets: 6ot No. J 9 Irons of 5. 6 and 7 lbs., 1 handle, $'1.00 " J S " 0. 7 Bii.l 8 Hi., " a. 30 " 3- " 7, 8 aud!) lbs., " 2.60 Kickcl plated Irons, 7jc(i. per set extra. Any party ordering Ave et will re ceive on met extra aa a premium. Thoronghly reliable agon la wanted. Address BIIOOKXYN SAD IRON CO., 85 Tint St, Brooklyn, E.D.,E.T. 'ova. u&Bl. eaa a. aat al aba eficf UiU pajiw. - Uccembcr S, '75. Imt; lTlFLIGHT RUNNING "DOMESTIC." The 44 Ioiuetic.' The "DOMESTIC" is au exceedingly simple machine iu all its parts nnd processes. It is easily understood ; familiarity with its action is verv quickly acquired, and it uccds hardly nny practice ot special SKIU in me o)craiur. The superior advantages obtained in the "Do mestic ure mainly : 1. Light Riinniug. 2. Quietness no Cams or Gear Wheel. !l ivrfi-et Stiteh Double-thread Lock Stitch 4. Durability ariolng from Simplicity of Coii- ttruclioil. 5. Absence of all Friction. C. Great range of Work. 7 I.".,. if tlni-rrltUlTI- Ws iln nut itav that the "Domestic" ! the only Machine wortliv of uublic favor. We admit there are toaic possessing real nnd acknow ledged merit ; but we do claim, and are prepared fo.iinnii,trnii. that the "Doiikstic"' has mauy excellences that reuder it tUeitlitllij tuftrlor to nny ulMT Machxn now ueiore tue puonc. Let cverv woman, therefore, examine for her slf into it's merits when she buys a machine Ti.l. ia fin inmnrt.tnt purchase, not to be care lessly made ; one that will iuUuence her ct.m r..ri nrntiutil fnr n lour time. With a "Doves- tic" iu her possession, she will find her sewing become a pleasant exercise ui aivi.i nun ni stead of a slow manual Orudgery ; she will have i, tt.,.,. un.l .tr. ni'th to mill lieantv aud elcirance to work in which before she has been obliged to content herself with bare utility. CAROLINE DALIUS, Agctit, Supwurr. Fa SAVE8 FUEL! SAVES LABOR I . Till VTITIAU T PTTfli Till IPaaul July tsia, lit.) Carbon it one of the worst conductors of heat r.uowu, depoalt of 1-31 of an inch on the tube cittiaine a lo of 1 5 per rent, of fuel. This Tube Cleaner is made of spring iteel. Each .eminent it of itself a spring, aud distends in a per fect circle to as to press against the inside of the tulie, removing all the carbon aud scale without the slightest Injury to the tube. Guaranteed to clean better, last longer, and work aider than any in the market. Adopted and in use ly th I. S. fcavy. For sale by dealers. Send for trcular. THE CIIALJIERS SPENCU CO., Agents for the United States, Foot of PC aat OtU Street, New York. H mm. Swiiilc cm 1m mha at U. ,f.c of tLU pafer. Nov. ro", ISTi. linos. SUSQUEHANNA COFFIN' tk ASKI:T WORKS, Front St., above Race, SUXDVUY, PENXA. ri"M!E under.-ij:ned having ctabli.shed a Collin X. A Casket Manufactory, at the above place, are now prepared to furnish, to Cabinetmakers and Undertakers, and the trade generally Coffins and Caskets Of the best and latest patterns tiuu l d 111 the best style. Their dill'ercut patterns including both Collin and Casket shapes arc of WALXl'T, CHERRY, C1IESTXUT, Imitation tf Romufml and Vhtrry, and all other styles, made of the best material and finish ; work done by the most experienced workmen. Orders will be filled promptly, nnd Coffins and Caskets will be shipped to any place desired, at the shortest notice, aud at the most reasonable priccr. The patronage of the trade is solicited. Scud for PRICE antl DESCRIPTIVE LIST, and luarn the styles autl prices. FRVLING, BO WEN & ENGEL. Suubury, April ao. 1875.-tf. ji lt IIIXK KIIOl' AMI IKO. FOIXORY. GEO. KOIIKUACII & SONS, Sun bury, l'eim'n, XNFORM the public that they are prepared to do all kinds of CASTINGS, aud having added a new Machine Shop in connection with their Foundry, Mid have supplied themselves wilb New Lathes,' Pianino; and linr'uisc Machines, with the latest improvements. With the aid of skillful mechanics, they are ouubled to cxiicute ull orders ef NEW WORK OR REPAIRING, that may be given them, in a satisfactory mun- rr. Grille; to Niiit any Stove. IRON COLUMNS, for churches or other build ine;s, or all sues. BRASS CASTINGS, Ac. Ornamental Iron Fencing FOR GRAVE YARD LOTS; VERANDAHS TOU TARDS AT RESIDENCES, AC, AC. The PLOWS, already celebrated for their su periority, have been still further improved, uud will always be kept ou band. Alec, THRENIIMG MACHINES. gUBbnrv, May 80. 1874. CALIFORNIA. THE CHICAGO it XonrH-WKSTfellN DAILWAY Knibrattes under one maiiiiKeineut the (ireat Trunk ltailway Lima of the VKST ant! SOliTllWLST, aud, with ita uiuneniiiH bntnehea ami ttonueetiona, forius the ahorteat antl ciuirLent route lattwet-ii Chieafo and all ointH iu Illinois, Wisconsin, Northern .Mn-hiKun, Min nesota, loirit, Neliruska, Caliltirma and the Wett'.t-rli Territorii. Ha Oiuuhst aud California Line Is the shortest and liest route for all ioiuta in Northern Illinois. Iowa, Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, t'oltiratlo, L'tah, Nevada, IJahforuia, Ort-ou, t'hinu, Junau aud Attstntlia. its C'liicHSO, MitrfiMOii nnd St. I'aul Line la the short line lor Northern Wuseonbiu and Hiuueso ta, and for Maditou, St. Paul, Miim.i; olia, Liuliith aud all iminis- iu the lireat Northwmt. I IVinoiia and St. I'eter I.lne Is th. only route for Winoiut, Loi-hester, Owatottuii, It ink.ito. St. I'eter, New Llm, and ad I onita in SJotit It em uud Central Minnesota. Its reoii i;ay antl .llarquotle Line Is the only linn for Jauesville, Watertowu, Fond Du Lie, Oshkorh, At l Icton, tireeu Hay, h-seauaiai, Ntyau- nee, Martjuette, HoUKhtou. Ita reeport and Jiubiiquc Line Is the only route for EIiu, ltoekford, Freeport, and all poiuts via Freeport. Its. t'liirugo and Irlilwnukre LIiip Is the old Luke Shore Route, and is the only oue passing through KvauFton, Ijike Forint, HitihUiud Park, Wnuke- gau, Itaeme, Keuoriua to MlwutlKie. I'liIIniau Palace Cur are run on all through trains of thin rotal. Ibis in the OMA LINE ruunliiET thine cars lietween Chicago antl St. Paul, Chicago aud Milwaukee, or Chi cago uud moua. At Omaha our Sleepers connect witu the Overland Slec'i.ers on the ITnion paeific ltailroad tor ull poiuts Went of the MisHOiin Itiver. Ou the arrival ot" the traius from the Eaat or South, the trains of the t'hicago k North-Western Railway Leave Chicaoo aa follows : For Council lilllll.t. Omaha aud California, Two Through Tntina daily, with Pullman Pslace lirawing ltooin and !leuiiliiK cars throuirh to ( onncil liliitfn. For St. Paul aud Miuneanoliri, Two Through Traiua daily, with Pullman Palace cars attached on both trains, i or tireeu May aud Lake Smiifrior, 1 wo Traius daily. with Pullman Palace curs attached, and ruuuini; through to Maronette. For llilwaukce, lour Through Trams uany, Pulliuuu cars on uiht tntina. Parlor Chairs cars ou day traiut. For Snarta and Winona and points iu Minnesota, One Througa Train daily, with Pullmau Sleepera to Vt lliona. l or Imbuiitie, via Freeitort, Two Through Train dally, with Pullman cars ou nigut traina. For tinbiititie aud La Cromr, via Cliuloti, Two Through Traina daily, with Pulhuau cars ou night train to Metiregor, Iowa. For Siox City aud Yankton, Two Trains daily. l'uli Uiau ears to Miasouri Valley junction. Fur Lake Geneva, Four Trains daily. For Hoekford, Sterling, Kenosha, Janeaville, and other lioiuta, yoti can hate from two to teu train daily, New York Oliiee, No. 41. Uroadway ; li-mtou Oflice, No. S State street ; Oiuaha Office. 253 Farubani street ; San Frauciaeo Oliiee, l'Jl Montgomery street ; Chicago ticket omees : t.jt tun street, umler Sherman Houae; corner Canal and Mudiaou sireeia; Kinzie Street I lei Kit, comer W. Kiuzic aud Canal atreeta ; Wells atrc-ot Deiiot, corner Wi-Ila and Kinzie streets. For rates or information not attainable from your houie ticket agentx, apply to W. H. Stfn.nktt, Marvin Huohitt, Gen.Paas. Ag't, Chicago. Oen.Sni.'t, Chicago. t oo. t, iw.o. ly. FOK FLORIDA. T70R THROUGH PASSAGE TICKETS to J? ST. AUGUSTINE and all laudlnes on ST JOHN'S RIVER and iuterior points in FLORIDA, by steamship to SAVANNAH, and theuce by railroad or steamboat. Apply to WM. L. JAMES General Agrat I'Uiladeifiia and Southern lfail S. .V. Co., 41b" South Delaware Avenue, l'hilad'a Oct. 2a 13t. Furniture Ware-Rooms ! RORKRTS A. IIOSTERMA.V, (Successors to B. L. RAUDENBUSH.) Masouic Iliiildiug, SUWBTJEiY, IF A.- will SELL CHEAP, AN ENDLESS VARIETY or PUUMTUnK of the latent styles and best material. CONSISTING OF Parlor and Chamber Suits; LOUNGES, TABLES, CHAIRS, STANDS Bedsteads of all kinds, Cupboards, Siuks, and in short everything usually to be found iu a nrst class rurniture Store. Special attention is giveu to Undertaking in nil Us branches. Coffins and Burial Caskets OF ALL 8TTI.ES CONSTANTLY ON IIAD. An invitation is extended to all to come and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, ROBERTS & HOSTERMAN Suubury, Feb. IV, 1875. Maize & Schwartz, Successors to Geo. Evans K to , 1108 Market Street, Philadelphia, MERCHANT TAILORS and MILITARY CLOTHIERS. Men and P.oy' suits made to order in the latest styles, of tlie best cloths and cassiiueres in mar ket, at prices suitable to the times. Military, I'and &. Fire Organizations promptly unifoiined. Samples of Cloth, with Photographs, sent free cn application. Ours beingthe leadiiw house ou Military work, we feel thut we can otter inducement which can not be attained auywherc else. Nov. 27. 1S7J Ftl.L AMI niM'EK JIII.LINKRY CiOOOM. Misses L. Pa, A S. Wiser, Market street, Suubury, , oirer special indueeinent in their Fall and Winter .Mi II lurry Goods, just opened, consisting of BoiiuuU uud Hats, FEATHERS, FLOWERS. RIBBONS, SASHES, URN AM ENTS, JtC. Fuucy Zephyrs -Goods, Infant Hoods, and an immense assortment of isroTioisrs. Ladies' Dress Cuttiug, lining aud basting done in every branch. Tlie public are earnestly invited to call and ex amine our stock before making a selection else where. Nov. ! 1S75. L. & S. WEISER. CRA.HPTO.VM IMPERIAL SOAP IS THE "BEST." This Soap is mauufaclured from pure mater ials, and as it contains a large percentage ol Vegetable Oil, is warranted fully equal to the best Imported Castile, Soap, and at tho same time possusset all the washing and cleansing properties of the celebrated German aud French Laundry Soaps. It is therefore recommended for use iu the Lauudry, Kitchen, and Bath-room, and for general household purposes ; also, for Printers, Painters, Engineers, and Machinists, as it will remove stains of Ink, Grease, Tar, Oil, Paint, etc., from the hands. Mannfaetored only by CRAMPTON BROTHERS, 2, 4. ti, 8. and 10 Rutgers Place, aud 33 and 15 Jvlferson Strset, Nuw York. For sale al Philadelphia, by KOON'S A RUOFf, 203 North Ddaware Avenu, and by freetrs gnrally. J4wt. It, lWh 4wrroa. JOS. EYSTErT, MANUFACTURER OF NATIVE GRAPE WINE, SUN BURY, North'd Co., Pa. We, the undersigned, cau cheerfully testify to the excellent qnalties of Wine made by Dr. Jos. Eystcr, uud advise its universal use everywhere. COL. C. NEf F MA J. J. P. HAAS, DR. A. C. CLARK, FRANK BRIG IT, N. S. ENGLE. KASE. H. J. FRANK, H. E. DAVIS, JACK WALTZ, GEN May 2S. 1S73. L. II .vlunlioud : How Lost, How Restor ed ! Just published, a new editor of Dr. Culver well's Celebrated Essay ou tlie ridical cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhea or Semi u al Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Im polcncy, Mental aud Physical Incapacity, Im pediments to Marriage, etc.: also, Consump tion, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance, Ac. J-'TFriee, in a sealed envclape, only six cents. The celerrated author, in this admirable Es say, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years, successful practice, that the alarming con se ntiences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use ol internal medicine or the application of tbe knife ; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and ef fectual, by means of which every sutTcrer, no matter what his coudition may be, may euro himself cheaply, privately, aud radcally. l-tlTThis Lecture should be in the hands ef every youth and every man iu the laud. Send under teal, iu a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two poet stumps. Address the Publishers, F. BRUGMAN & SON, 41 Anu St., New Yoik ; Pott Olllce, 450. Jan. 14, 1S70. rEXXNYLVAXIA KAIL ROAD. PHILADELPHIA A ERIE It. R. DIVISION. WINTER TIMETABLE. On and after Sunday, Nov. 21st, 1875, tlie Trains ou the Philadelphia &. Erie Rail Road Divi sion will run as follows : WESTWAKI). Fast Line leaves New York 9.2") a in p m I. 20 p in 5.UU p iu 8.55 p iu 10.20 p ni 11.50 p m 8.25 p m 11.55 p m 11.55 p iu 4.25 a in 8.35 a in 9.45 a m II. 05 a in 7.50 p iu " Philadelphia, Baltimore, " llarrisbur, tirr. at Williamsport, " Lock llaveu, Bellefotite. Erie Mail leaves New York, " Philadelphia, " BaltiiPJorc, Ilarrisburg, " Williniusport, Lock llaveu, " Renovo, arr. at Erie, Limited Mail leaves Philadelphia, 7.20 a m 7.30 a m " Baltimore, " Harrisburp, arr. at Williamsport, iu.4. a in S.20 p iu 3.30 p m 4.45 j m 8.00 a m 8.30 a ra 1.25 p iu 6.10 p in 7.30 p m " Lock I In veti, Renovo, Lock Haven Ac. leaves Philadelphia, " Baltimore, " Harrisburj, arr. at Williamsport, " Lock Haven, EASTWARD. Philad'a Express leaves Lock Haven, G.40 p m 7.55 a ru 11.45 a m 0.15 p m 4.20 p ru 7.35 p ru J.10 a m 10.25 a in " Williamsport, arr. at Ilarrisburir, " Baltimore, " Philadelphia, " New York, leaves Rcuovo, Lock Harcu, Day Express " " " WiKiumsporl, 11.35 a in " nrr. at Ilarriabur, o.OO p m Miiladelplua, " " New York, " " " Baltimore, Erie Mail leaves Erie, " " " Renovo ' ' Lock Haven, " " " Williamsport, " arr. at Harrisburg, " " " Baltimore, ' " Philadelphia, " ' " New York, FuBt Line leaves Williamsport, " ' arr. at Harrisburg, " " " Baltimore, " " " Philadelphia, " " New York, 0.20 p ra 9.15 p in C.o5 p m 11.20 a in 8.25 p m 9-45 p m 10.55 p m 2.30 a m 7.w5 a iu C.45 a ra 10.10 a in 12.33 a m 3.55 a in 7.35 a m 7.35 a m 10.25 a in Erie Mail West, Limited Mail West, Lock Haven Accom. West nnd Day Express East make close connection at orthumberUnd with L. & B. R. R. trains lor Wilkesbarre and Serau- tou. Erie Mail West, Limited Mail West and Fast Line West make connection at Williamsport with C. K. w. trains nortn. Erie Mail East aud West, Limited Mail West, Fast Line West aud Day Express East rauke close connection at Lock Haven with B. E. V . R. R. trains. Erie Mail East and West connect at Erie with traius on L. S. & M. S. R. R-, at Corry with O. C. it. A. V. R. R. at Emporium with B. N. Y. A P. R. R., and at Driftwood with A. V. Ji. R. Parlor Cars will rnn between Philadelphia and Williamsport on Limited Mail West, Fast Liue West, Philadelphia Express East aud Day Ex press East. Secpiug Cars on all nitzhl traius. WM. A. BALDWIN. Gcn'l Sup't I'liilatlelphlatV Reading Railroad. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Jamaut 1st, 187G. Tbaixs Leavb IIerndos as Follows: (Susdats Excepted.) For Shamokiti, 10.40, 11.00 a. m. aud 3.40 p. in. For Mt. Carniel, Ashland, Tumaqaa, Pottsville, Reading and Philadelphia, 10.40 a. m. Trains fou Hekkuox, Leavb as Follows (SrNDATs Excepted.) Leave Shamokia nt 8.00 a. m. 1.50 and 3.55 p. ui. Leave Philadelphia, 9.15 a. ra., Reading 11.30 a. in., Pottsville, 12.10 p. m., Tamaqua, 1.20 p m Ashland, 2.35 p.m., Mt. tarmel, 3.J1 p. in. Tkaiss Lea vi HARRisnrKO, as Fallows : For New York, 5.20. 8.10 a. in. and 2.00 7.40 p. m. For Philadelphia, 5.20, 8.109.45 a. m., 2.00 aud 3.50, p. m. SrSDATS. For New York, 5,20 a. m. For Philadelphia, 1.45 p. in. Tuains rou Hahkisbiku, Leavb as Follows: Leave New York. 9.00 a. in., 1.00 and 5.15, 7.45 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, 9.15 a. in. 3.40 aad 7.10 p. ui. Scsdats. Leave New York, 5.15 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, 7.10 p. in. Vi.i Morris aud Essex R. R, J. E. WOOTTEN, General Xnp't. Reading, J"iu Nov. 1$. 1874. CENTRAL J)RUG STORE Q.B.CADWALLADER Is the place to buy pure aud fresh MEDICINES, DRUGS, TAINTS, OILS, GLASS, -PERFUMERY, NOTIONS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, LIQUOR for medicinal purposes, and all other arti cles usually kept iu a first-class Drug Store. Special attention paid to compounding pre scriptions and family receipts by competent druggist". I am prepared to furnish in quantities to suit purchasers and ut .Philadelphia prices, Am- CALCINED rLASItK, PHILADELPHIA LIME, FINISHING SAND, PLASTERING IIAIR. Portlaud, Roman, Roscndale aud Lehigh CEMENTS, Land Plaster for Farmers, Timothy and Clover Seeds. Also, Garden Seeds of all kinds. Aall and tret u Rural Rezister for 1.S74. GEO. B. CADWALLADER. Suubury, Feb. 6. 1S74.-W. Du. C. M. Marti. Geo. W. Bloom NEW DRUG STORE. No. 13, South Third Street, Clement House Bjffini, Miry, Fa. DR. C. M. MARTIN & CO, HAVE just received a fresh lot of Pure Drugs aud Pateut medicines. We have also a full assortment of DRESSING AND PACKET COMBS. Hair, Tooth, Nail,Clothe,Shoe and other brushes. TOII.KT AXD FAXCY ARTICLKN. FINK EXTRACTS, POCKKT BOOKS, KNIVBS, AC, C. REED'S GRAND DUCHESS COLOGNE, the sveetest perfume Ih America. lariiuu, a Kid tilove Hash, warranted to clean perfectly the most delicate shades without iujury to Die kid All the leading preparations for tha Hair, SEGAICS, THE BEST IN MARKET, Pure Wine and Liquors, for medical purposes, Physicians Prescriptions nnd family leceipts compounded with care. Thnukful for past favors we hope by fair deal inir to receive a share of yonr patronage. September!!. 1873. FALL and WINTER MII.LIXEKY GOODS ! i' 31. L. Gossler, Fourth street, 4 doors below M.irkct, west side, invites the attention of all desiring the latest FALL AUD WINTER MILLINERY! To her well selected Assortment just received from New Tork and Philadelphia, consisting of I.uriieM' MiMe' and Childreu'ii llMtuautl It on nets. Feathers, rioeri,lteIIi(CRt Hilk. Velvet Kibbon. KaNh Itlbbons. Keek Tien, Hid Glove. Fancy Ilosji ery, 1st quality Zephyr aad Oermantowu Wol. ALSO NOTIONS & TRIMMINGS IN GREAT VARIITT. All of the aboe offered nt the LOWEST MARKET PRICES. tsfMiss Gossler will, ns aeretofor, give all orders for Millinery her personal supervision. Cull and see new goods. Nov. 12, 1575. DR. I. E. SMITH, Homoppatbie physician, office aad residcuie corner of Fifth and Cbestuut St., Banbury. Calls in tewn or eoun ty promptly atusded to,nigbt or day. Office hoars t to U a. ia. ; I to 4 p. in. j 8 te 9 p. ui. Nev. 5,'76 3 mn. Mascres in thb Gakden. A writer in Root's Garden 2Ianuel,taya : "Generally, I know of no' objection to fresh manure, except that if applied heavily they trouble iu fitting the ground for line, seeds. On the contrary, I have always noticed very good effects from Ihe use ef long manures, and advise piling manure only when uo ground is prepared to reeciv it. But this period covers a considerable portion of the year, and much of it must be spoiled.- : If left thus in warm weather without further attention, fresh manure iiX"" ably fire-fangs burns up and loses n ' Us virtues, till it is little belter than el avoid this, after several dajs. hauling ol we give it a good drenching with v to fix all the escaping ammonia. Win it is usually short and finely rotted. Hen manure, when mixed with enoug work fine, ha special fitness for the on!? as it can be applied to the surfaea when t has no weed seeds, and is exceedingly vaiu being little less thau guano. Leached ashes have an especial value on sandy soils, and produce most etfect upon onions, po tatoes, coru, and the root crops. Their value is lastinir, and the effect of a liberal aDolication will be noticed for years, and if not to be hauled more than three miles their use is proStable. Unlerfched ashes have a most marked effect when applied broadcast over onious partly grown in fact, it is one of the most valuable special manures for this crop, aud Is worth for this pur pose twice the amonnt paid by soap-makers. For all garden crops they are valuable ; potatoes, turnips, hects and peas deriving most benelit next to onions. Lime is of most value en rich old soils its ef fect being to unlock and release fertility already in the soil, but luactivc or insoluble. Hence, upon poor soil it may sometimes do more harm than good, but used on rieh old garden soils its use occasionally will produce astonbhing re sults. Super-phosphate of lime produces a very quick effect, and besides the fertility it adds to a soil. the rapid developments It aid iu plaut life en ables the root to lay hold of much food they would not otherwise. In tbe garden it is of es pecial value to hasten growth while plants are still small and unable yet to reach coarser man ures, and also to touch np aad bring forward any poiliou of crops that teem to need further help. While depending chiefly ou stable aud green manures, we always And prelitable use for more or less super-phosphate. Iu the garden land plaster Is exceedingly vari able in its effects. Some of the most marked be nefits from its use have been noticed upon vines during a drought. If applied over the surface of the hill and vines during a drought so severe that the leave droop at mid-day, they will, in a couple of days, show no sli,'ns of drooping, but exhibit unusual vigor. Stick to the Fai:m. Within tho last year or two we can number a half dozen of our farmer acquaintances who have been lured to financial deatructioa by the glamour of speculation. And ifoing back ten years and carefully looking np tho history of tbe men we know who have left the farm to engage In trade, we flud that not one in tea succeed. A recent ease has come to our knowledge that i foil of instruction to those who are tempted to leave the farm. By his own exertions alone the farmer had accumulated a handsome competence, aud at the age of fifty could look with pride over his acres of rich land, his tine herds and flocks and comfortable build ings. He was out of debt, and bad a handsome surplus in the bank. Two years ago, in an evil hour, ho was induced to invest in a dry goods store. Last fall his farm and stock were sold for debt, and he reduced to the necessity of day labor tosuppoit his large and yet dependent family. All the accumulations of over thirty years of hard toil many of them years of priva tion, hardships aud the closes; economy swept away iu a few months by this demon, specula tion. And this is not a solitary case. Every render can count similar ones ia his own list of acquaintances. They all teach one a great les sou stick to your legitimate business i-i which you have succeeded. "Let well enough alone." A man who has lived all his life on a farm staads but little chance to compute snccessfally with the men who have been educated and train ed for speculative pursuits. The two occupa tions are extremes bouest toil at one end aud the tricks of trade at another. If yon have good farm keep it, improve it, adorn it, be preud of it, aud when you are done with it hand it down to your children, the best inheritance, with a good name aad education, that yon could leave them. Ohio Former. Uakkowiso Wheat. The uniform testimony of all those who have tried harrowing wheat in the spring is that it pays. One says : "I flud the result at harvest most satisfactory.. 1 began the custom by harrowing fifteen acres, or about one half the n.ual number of acres that I sow. My neighbors, who had never seen it done. In sisted that it would kill it out. I shall continue the practice, as I have now procured a smooth ing harrow, which, in a great measure, euables me to dispense with the roller, which I still use, however, when the early spring is an unusually dry oue. I thiuk by using the harrow that the wheat tiilers that is, stools out better than wheu it is not cultivated in the spring." Another subscriber writes as follows : 'I find that harrowing wheat in the spriug pays welt. It gives the wheat a good start, aDd the harrow ed portion ripens as early as tbe unharrowed parts, aud has heavier seeds." In harrowing wheat cure must be taken that the soil is sufflcently dry, so that tbe harrow will pulverize it nicely. In such cases once har rowing is as advantageous to the wheat crop as one good working of a field of corn in tbe early stages of its growth. Experience and judgment must determine the precise time when this work should be done. It should not be doue until the heavy frosts In March are ever, which will, how ever, depend much upon the season. Rural Plast tub best Sbkd. Many farmers, no doubt, wouder how it is wheu they have bought a new kind of seed (wheat for iustaace) that iu a few years it has lost lis excellence, and that they have an opportunity of buying a choice article, a grain at a high price. The query is, where does it come from t That "work will tell" is a safe axiom. Take our advice, whe your wheat is ripe go over the Held aud hand pick tbe best heads. Plant this, aud repeat tbc proce.s every year, aud you will have aa excel lent se:d wheat for sale. The same will prove true lu coru, aud in fact every crop. Posibly the potatoes do not depend so much upon tue perfective quality of seed planted, but we believe it is a rule that should never be deviated, to p hi nt all seeds from the most perftct of their kind. Experiments have proved that seeds, liko stock, are improved not by frequent ehacges,. but by great care in propagating the best. W'ttttm Rural. Si i'ekiou Boiled Ham. Select the leanest part, aud cut the slice evenly about one-eighth of an inch. Have ready a bed of nice bright coal, aud warm the platter over a kettle of boll lug water ; lay the gridiron over the coals nutil nearly hot enough to hiss ; then rub it off, lay on the ham, and boil euickly. It should be browned a trifle whesait touches the bars of tha gridiron, so as to look striped. When broiled both sides, lay It on tbe platter, place a piece of sweet butter on each slice, and dust on a trifle of pepper. Serve with mashed potatoes, boiled eggs, am! grated horseradish. If too salt, it will be necessary to lay tbe slices in tepid water to frcsheu, although much of its flavor will be lost in the freshening. Dessert for fried and boiled bam, apple or tart pie ; in winter, mince pie. To Stkw Calf's Head. After It Is boiled tender, remove all the bone without disfiguring the bead, season with Cayenne or black pepper, salt, and, if relished, nutmeg ; most persons not accustomed to Freuch cookery dislike spices in meats and Hah. Fry geatly in sweet batter nnlil slightly browned, then make a gravy of the li quor enriched with sweet butler, and thickened very little with floor. In tbe mean time, pre pare the brains after they are boiled in the fol lowing manner : Mash and season them with pepper and salt, or with whatever the head is seasoned with, beat the yelks of oae or two eggs, mix them with flour, aud stir them into the brains ; iucorporala the egg and brain luto ouc mass, make it lu balls, brown them in butter, aud serve the balls with tbc head.