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TllK TIMES, NKW 11L00MFIELD, PA., DECEMBEU 25, 1877.
A Centre County Cave.
Mr. J. S. Arnold, of Btiydur county,
having vinlled Animus Cave sends the
following description to the Middlcbuig
This cave Is located at the head of Penn's
Creek in the western end of Bush moun
tain, which ia at the junction of Bush and
Peun's Valley, In Miles township, Centre
county. YYedescondod an almost perpen
dicular declivity from tho top of the moun
tain into a rectangular pit, said to be near
ly 100 feet deep, and 80 feet long and 15
feet wide at the bottom. At the eastern
end of the pit Is the opening of the cave,
about 10 feet wide. The cavern is divided
into three apartments, the bottom of two
of which is water, and of the other lime
stone rock. We wore provided with lan
terns, which we lit when preparing to
enter. We eutered the first apartment
with a boat, being one with a water
bottom. This first apartment is about 80
feet wide at the beginning, and widens to
the middle, where it is about 100 feet wide,
then narrows again to CO feet, at the eastern
end. It Is at ut one-eighth of mile long.
On the northern side of this apartment is
the entrance luto the second room. There
we left our boat and entered it afoot, being
the room with the rock bottom. We made
an ascent, then again a descent, then came
into the room. The dimensions of this
second room are unknown, sot having been
explored to its limits. In this apartment
are stalagmites in the form of almost every
thing in art and nature, caused by the
droppings of calcareous water from the
top. We were about an hour in this part,
examining the beautiful models, and mak
ing a circuitous route of about oue-fonrth
of a mile in length, and thon camo to the
opening again. After coming out of this,
we took our boats again and went to the
eastern end of the first room, and entered
the third room on tho boat, the opening
being about 6 feet. The dimensions of
this are about one-eighth of a mile long,
and averages about 30 feet in width. The
height of all the rooms is about 80 feet.
The sides of this third room are formed,
as it were, in shelves on which are stalag
mite toys in the form of almost everthing
imaginable, caused too, by the droppings
of calcareous water, and of the most fast
astio colors. The ceiling of all the rooms
of this cave has a wavy surface. The waves
run parallel on an easterly and westerly
direction. They are of different width and
thickness. They are denticulated with
stalactites which give it the appearance of
a saw. These stalactites are formed by
calcareous water. The water in this cave
is the source of Penn's Creek. In every
part of the cave are hanging bats, heads
downward, in countless numbers, of all
species and varieties in this part of the
world. A visit to this great natural curios
ity is well worth any person's trouble and
expense. The cave is the property of Mr.
D. Long, who accommodates all who come
to visit it for a small remuneration.
J. S. ARNOLD.
Poisoned by Liver Puddings.
On Thursday a week a farmer, named
Fairchikl, residing in the borough of
Whitehaven, Luzerne connty, slaughtered
his hogs, and as usual, manufactured a
quantity of liver puddings, some of which
he sent to relatives and neighbors. Soon
after five members of Mr. Fairchild's
family were taken suddenly ill, and a
physician who was summoned pronounced
the patients suffering from poison, and the
puddings were finally traced as the cause.
Word was immediately sent to others who
had received the puddings, but the warn
ing came too late, twenty-three persons
being already sick from partaking of the
poisoned meat. It is thought that several
of the sufferers will die. The poison is
supposed to have been communicated to
the puddings from a copper kettle used in
- A Strange Case.
In the Philadelphia Court James Frank
lin was charged with having caused the
death of Mrs. Sarah Dotts. The parties
were near neighbors on Lawrence street,
and their housos being similar, the defend
ant one morning at 2 o'clock entered bis
neighbor's domicile, thinking that it was
his own. As he had to break open the
door to get in, he thought things looked
suspicious, aud ho straightway made for
wha be supposed to be his wife's bed-room.
Mr. and Mrs. Dotts, who occupied the
room, took him for a burglar, and Mr.
Dotts tussled with him while his wife called
for assistance When the officers put in an
appearance the men were clutching each
other, and it was not until light was thrown
on the scono that the mistake was discov
ered. It appeared that Mrs. Dotts was
suffering from consumption at thetime,and
that the shock that was given her nervous
system was so great that she died shortly
EST The grain crop of South Russia for
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awaiting the cessation of hostilities for
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the purchasers that it will no doubt have a
depressing influence upon the price of grain
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