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Towanda, Pa., Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1881. EDITORS . S. W. ALVORD. NOBLE N.ALVOKD %i t9stliy Ketit'te " on 35 cen per fey it! There is already a talk of celebrating the centennial birthday of Daniel Web ster, which will occur on the 18th of Jan uary, 1882. It is dilliicult to believe that this great man nas been dead for thirty years. It seems only yesterday that he was in the full vigor of his intellectual power, and that what he thought and said waa still of positive importance to his feilow-citizens. The majority of them upon many points disagreed, but the mi nority often agreed with him thoroughly, and whenever an opportunity offered, ex pressed that agreement at the ballot-box. Whatever may be thought of his political errors, he was a very great man, and if he were living at this time, and capable of actively participating in public affairs, lie would be considered greater than ever. The occurrence of his one hundredth birthday will at least furnish an opportu nity of reviving our recollection of the past, and of those political combats in which the Massachusetts orator partici pated, and the story of which is also the story of the Republic. Chipco, ii Seminole chief in Florida, has just died. In talking over his past career this amiable gentleman always ex pressed regret for one deed, which was the killing of a white infant by tossing it up and catching it as it came down on the point of his hunting knife. The usu al formalities peculiar to Indian tribes were gone through with at his death. Six line horses and many fat hogs were shot an killed at his grave, and his rifle and hunting accoutrements, together with cooking utensils, were buried with him so that lie might have the use of them in the "happy hunting grounds." The rcmneut of Chipco's band now num bers but three warriors, with their wo men, children, and negroes, and the chieftain's mantle has descended on the shoulders of Chipco's oldes son, who will be known in diplomatic circles as Tuste nuggee Tahusky. The World's London special says: "The increase of agrarian crime in Ire land causes great anxiety to the Ministry. The League leaders still at large openly approve of the murders and incendiarism into which the struggle for land reform has now degenerated. Considerable ex citement exists among the Evangelicals and non-Conformists over the report that the Premier intends to establish close re lations with the Vatican. It is believed that the Pope had considerable to do with the suppression of the Land League, and it is not improbable that a Papal bull will shortly be issued, in which all secret so cieties will be excoriated and the faithful exorted to abstain from murder and ar son as a means for the accomplishment ot political ends." The men employed in building the Hud son river tunnel uie at work on both shores night and day, those on the New York side sinking the mammoth caisson and those on the Jersey side advancing the headings. The north tunnel now extends out to a distance of (504 feet and the south tunnel 498 feet. The opera tions progress at the rate of from two to three feet per day. The distance from shaft to snaft is 5.200 feet, leaving yet about 4,700 feet to construct. If circum stances prove favorable, even at a mod erate calculation the tunnel will be com pleted in two years. That the undertak ing ultimately will prove a success those interested assert they have no doubt. The American Book Exchange has al ready come to grief, and is in the hands of a receiver No Preparation on earth oqnalg ST. JACOBS On. as a SATF sonr., siMI'LK and CHEAP External Remedy. 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A practical miller can pay for the property in a short time from tfie profits. The property will be sold very cheap and on easy terms. R. LUTHER. Luther's Mill. Oct. 12, '51. 1831 THE CULTIVATOR 1881 AND Country Gentleman TIIE BEST OF THE AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. ENLARGEMENT FOR JBB2. The COUNTRY GENTLEMAN is the leading jonrnal of American Agriculture. In amount and practical value of contents, in extent and ability of corres pondence, in qualtty of paper and style of publica tion, it occupies the first rank. It is believed to | have no superior in either of the tluee chief divis ions of FARM CROPS AND PROCESSES. HORTICULTURE it FRUIT-GROWING, LIVE STOCK AND DAIRYING, while it also includes all minor departments of ru ral interest, such as the Poultry lard, Entomology, Bee-keeping, Greenhouse and Grapery, Veterinary Replies, Farm Questions and Answers, Fireside Reading, Domestic Ecomomy, and a summary of the News of the Week. 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