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list fete! r w .0 1 VOLUME 1. mcwTowiv, coiviv., nov. i, ih77. AUMI1EU U JOHN T. PEARCE, Editor and Manager. Subscription Price, $1.00 A Year tc. rOBI.llBID ItYBST THUMDAT. AT NEWTOWN, f AIRFIELD CoUNTY, CONN. M. H. ft tit it 1, .... J.r.Vn, . Put'rtwit 3rop'r. Jllditor m Hit Man V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W'M. C. WILE, M. D., Phrelciau and Surueon, Sandy Hook, Ct. J-JH. 1(. N. BETTS, J It.. DENTIST, BandyHoox, Conn. My Office In Hrooictleld la opened every Wednea. day (over 1.. Ueborne'e atorei. Xuberipti.u 1'rlee, 1.00 A Tr. ,ank K CLARK. M. a ADVCHTISUG RATES. lwk. twka. lino. Smoa. Giuca. I Inah. .71 Mi i lack. 1 ti J "0 JIucli, U .M 1-4 Uwi J.00 1 1 0 1-tCol t.lM 4.40 I Cul J 00 1.00 j.oo 1 4 00 4 JO 6 00 H.00 4.00 ;.ou a.i.O 12 01 14.00 JO 00 600 13 00 IS U0 U.uU 22.00 Ju.00 lyear 10.00 1VU) Sd.lO SJ.uo S5.U0 SOjOO OrriCKWITH DB. CLA80N. Oyer Jlaliteai't Strug Store, UANllURY, OFFICE H0l'B8:io to OONN. A. H. 4 to 6, r. u. AV flLLIAM KUltKE, ftpeeial NoUcea, Ten Cent per line tint, and Xive Cant for each aubaequaot insertion. Traneient advertielnfc payable lu advance. No dead-beat advertlelng taken. Yearly advertise ments parable at the eud of each quarter. Pro- feeaional and Buaineaa Card tto occupy not more than fire luteal $i.00 a year. Rogular yearly ad. a-arlliera, whoee bille amount to $10 or over, will i-eeeive tha paper tree. PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. NEWTOWN. POST-OFFICE. Maila Open: From the South, 11.20 A. . ami .00 r. M. from the A'orth, l.t 0 M . and o .( 0 P. M. Alalia cloae; Ooiux North. 1".30 a. m. and 4.4.0 9. M. Ooiaa boutb, at 11. '.'j a. n. and 4.45 r. M is . ri.cK, i'.m. CHURCHES. Tbibitt ChpBCH. Main Street, Rev. Newton E. Jfarbie. D. 1., rector, bervicea 10 3 . a, a. buu 41 School, 12 Hi Atteruuou aerviue, al 1 . CoNftBBUATloVAL Ma:u Street, Rev. Jumue P. Heyt, paator. neivicea 10.30 a. u. ouudaj rtchuol ii,4A a H. Aftoruuau bervioca, 1 l. m. Catholic: Main Street, Rev. Falher McCurton t,ator. Service, 10.14 a. m. bunuy bebool, 3.80 r. m. SOCIETIES. Uuti Bkasch JrvaviLE Teupls xo 14. Pub . tit meeting every auuuay afternoon .it a o'eioek, in (South Centre dthuol tiou.e, tliceia: Mrs b N ttae, Dupt, Miaa at If Peck, b. c. IIT. rATklCI'B TKAtai.x,''H,f.-.w -.-.. r Jaw.a McCarlan Ifraaidtut, John -Mooiiey lee Preaideut, ihoiua. Jijan becreury, trick tain Tiaaurer. JiBWTOWH LlBBiKT AKHOCIATIOK.--E. L Jolm- aoo Prealdelit. Chanea lirre.luid Vice i'remueut, H, F. Peck bacrelaiy and Trearurer. 11. V. Pti-K, Librarian. ATTURNKY S0 COUNsKLOR AT LAW, DANBOBY, CONN. Kf Collision?, prcmpt. Officv ii: B'udic:'s Blr.ck QliLKST A. bKNKUluT, M. D , PHY3ICIAN AND SURGEON, 391 Slate Sirect (Mjrl!j Bkck,l BRIDGEPORT. ICUci-rUityront o he Thei ajtculic Agtnti. OhtlCE 1IOUHX: TudUys ai.d F. id.'-ys f. 01 8 A. M. to 5 r. u. )H FRANK E- SEELEY. DENTIST, 3HlJ Main btreet, Bridgeport, Coun. Stxl door to Riidtty K Co.) J. R. CIBBS, )R. DENTIST, 450 Main 8U'fi:t, liiiuiietwn, ives Oan frt-e of cliui t- ttod eXttucU teelli wituuul pmn lor oOcU. AN AUTUMN 80NO. Now neatly fall the tVi!x Uffbt, The autumn'R unjt vull, Wbile Uunky grow tbt wtiwring flight Of whl; ))0( r-will tud quail. The grain 1m bound, tltv nut are browa On every wooded bill. Tbf light 1a noftc ned on the down. Andailvered on UwriJl. The parbtiilge druaii ; tbe plovtr a eall Ha lutes Urn HporUinmi't tar, , And Jum above tbu water-tall The tlabr iwUi bi weir. The reddonMl leaven with withered wlngi fcwiep lightly to the Hfnl, And Autumn walka the land and aiUKi. With rustling aanduU al.od. Norman Gunniton, 1n $cribiUT, AV 1 1" 10 RN KY AND COUNSELO R-A T-LAW AND JiOl.U ITOk i CHANCERY, Practices in all the courts ot Law and Equity, in this State, and in tlie Distiict, i.iicuit and Supreme V-ou ts 1 the United States. All business entrusted to hts ca e wut be la tlilu ty attended tu, ai d success ful y acc Jinplisbed s la as depe ids upon his efforts. liCSINESS CAHUS. c KNTU.VL HOUSE. oituated in tlie centre of the towt,, newly fur-mln-.d tlnoufL'buiit. All liiuui-rii ituprcveuieitiB. Eveij tbifit; done to aad to tbf biifiptntnK und cum. fort of the "tifftH . l re carriage to ull truiu. A Happy Mist.ike. Day by Jny I had een the lines of curu deepi-n round my fnthcr's mouth nd forehead, and wnlched my mother's pale and anxious g7.e rest upon him. Night after night did Maudo and I lie side by side, and spend the hours when sleep, they tell us, lends us beauty --in wondering what trouble was hoveling over us. But the knowledge came all too soon. My father had lent money which he sup posed he could eall in at any time. The me arrived, but the money was not irihcoming. His health was rapidly ailing him, a fact his business anxieties n no way ltclMid, and wcttoon knew he must mortgage heayily the farm, and hat if his health continued to fail he inigh' soon be unable even to pay the jyjlNOIT SANDY AUG UK. HOOK MARKET. SA.VUV IllHIK. CUtBJHW. MjOBOBiai. Rev Jamea Taylor, paator. Ser vice. 10. JO a. M. , 1.90 and 8 P. it- ouiiday Khool li. 45 A. H. Prayer nuelinij Thilratluy aveajjiK, Sr. u. Bt. Joax'i I hapei- Rev. 1'rancia W. Bar I.lt aaaiataut mml.ter. Service 1 P.M. Sunday ae&Ml It 11. SOCIETIES. OBABIIB LOME INOUIKKUKKT OtDKB OF GOD TBMAJiHa: ttiaet ia ball over H. L. V hueti'r'. ftuuttara WarerooM e.v.ery Friday cveniuB. oth ra. P. Biackmaa, VV. U i', Mra. W. W. Pr aiua W. V. 1, Ch.iallau Beahler, V. b., Mra. E. A. Bannatt.W.F. Mr.. H. L. Wheel.r, VV. J rTm. B.Terrill, W. M , Mua S. A. Judaon, (' 1. 1 , Mia. Ella S. Pack, tV. O. G, John i. 4rutm. P. .T. HlBAM LoDflK, NoJS, F. A. M.-lIeet in Ma BOuie UaU, let and Jd adneadaya of oacb mouth. t)eara: V,l. 1 oandtord, W. M., John sandlord, dr. W., oieraCroiut, Jr. W., Jair.ea A. Vtuaon tait H. i Wheeler, Treaa and t'b.pn., Am. Ackley. Br. Dan., Chester Hard, Steward. A. Vv . OrKaiwaun. Ttier- Botai. Aech CHArTft--Meet Seoond Thursday ul each manib, lu Maaonic BalL Onicere; Ueo. ' WvSraaVn . P., H. L. Vt heeler, K., Jama. M. JtlMbBiaa, Scribe., Wiu. L auford, C ot H., Ja A. WiUvm, P. .,U. A ilougb, B. A. U. Aupha JtrvaalLl Timplb No 1. meet in Lodge Room ver FatBltura alore, every Buuday afu-T-Boob, at 4 10 o'elock. Jtiaa Jilla tack, Uupt. F W Parklaa. VY C T. DKAI.ICK IS Fresh & Cared MaatB fcc. Near the Bridge. Bandy Hook, Conn. tSTlermi: Cask. ' jy M. ItEYNOLDS. POINTER. Graining, Paper Hanging, Kalsoraining Frescoing and Painting in all its branches done with dis patch, Residence, Newtown, Conn. PIUTUliE THAMES Made to order, at the thoriett notice, and on mont JUusonable l'trmt. Call and see me. R. W. BETTS, SANDY U00K. SJSYDEK, aiud thai iba would defmy the Deceasary cxpenaei. 1 111110111 gaaped when I ri ad the name Dr. Melroiut. His tame litid renohetl even our earn. 1 wondered how tdie could have approitcbed him with such a request but I said nothing to father of her de sire, and one morning, about a week later, hit card was put Into my hands. Willi quick, trembling limbs, I hasten ed down to mtwl him, and opened the parlor door to And myself face to face with the atrnnger who, weeks before, had at in the Leonards' pew. My face grew red and pale ns I re cognized him, but he came forward very quietly, and, taking my hand, said "Come, we will have a little bilk first, and then you ahull take me to aee your father. " 1 quickly olieyed him, and ant down heside him, as he directed, while he, n t teeming to observe my agitation told me of my sister of her happincaa in her new home, how already she had won her way into their hearts, and how glad he whs that business at this time called him to this spot, and enabled him to perhaps be of some assistance. Then I fouud words, and when he left me to visit my father, I found my self awaiting his return with a calm as surance that, could mortal aid avail him, he would find it iu Dr. Melrose's healing touch. A half hour passed before his return, and when he enteied the room I knew I might hope. "It is not so bad as I feared," he said. "Time and careful nursing will soon re store him. The lutter I shall intrust to you" Then he gave me his .'directions 10 clearly that I could not misunderstand them, and when lie bade me good by, holding both my hands for a moment i his own, and said, "You must take care pf yonrse.lt as well ond not irive ine Then Maude and I began to hold our so kindly that 1 felt my heart leap as I whispered conversations to belter pur- ihonght ,0,teto decide tliat we were strong.and "It was for Maude s sake lie nas none omig, and healthy, and such gifts were this lhi"g. He loves her." iven to us to lie made use of. And so It did not st em strange that she should it ended in our sending off a mysterious have won tne heart of a man as mgu in letter to the old Bchool-ieucher.aud wait- the world's favor as hrnesl aieirose iniranil wulcliinff days for a reply, stood It would not have feemetl strange which came at last to tell us she bad succeede.t in Sliding a situation as gover ness, at a competency, which to us seemed wealth. to me hail she won royalty ; in my eyes she might have graced any throne. So I wrote her of his visit, arid its wonderful results; how father improved "Kllie, darling, wliero aro you V" questioned aswe. t, girlish voice; aud I sprang up, ashamed of my momentary weakness, to find myulf clasped in my sister's warm, loviog embrace. She had come buck lovelier than ever. Ah, I could gu:s what had deepened the flush upon iter cheek, the radiance of her eyt ! I smoothed my disordered hair, listen ing the while to her merry talk, though lint a word did she say of bim whose deep, manly tones I could bear now and then as he sat talking. "Look your best," six said, with a ro guish twinklo "your very, very best ! There I am satisfied." And, taking me by the hand, she ran rapidly down into the room wherethey all sat. Dr. Melrose Instnntly arose and came forward with bis old smile of welcome, and made a movement us though lie would already give me a brother's kiss, but remembered in time I hat his secret was not yet disclosed. The evening pussed rapidly away in pleasant laugh and jest. Occasionally I intercepted a glance between Maude and her guest, full of meaning, but no one else seemed to notice it. At last he rose to hid us good-night, and as lie held my hand a moment in his own, he whisper ed : "You have always been most indefn tiguable in pressing my small claim up on you. To-morrow I will present it to you for payment. May I see you for a few moments in the morning?" "Certainly," I answered, but my voice trembled, ami, I think, had he staved a moment longer, I should have burst in to tears. All through that long niglit I watched my sister, sleeping so peacefully by my side, waging my little war with self. How natural that lie should love her. uivnmte ,a l.....li, I n, di 'vvhv hn,4 his? At least the seciet was all my own none should suspect it. I had not known it myself until T had seen them side by side. With, perhaps, n. shade hs color, a little quivering of eyelids, but nothing more, I enteral '.be parlor next niorning to greet Dr. Mel rose, who stood wailing for nie. The lady was willing to take any one day by day, and how, with nealtli, came on her recommendation, and either of hope and cournge,so mat soon me cowoa us, she fell assured, would fill the role, would scatter, and we mouw nave uer So she left it for us to "decide one must home ngain. go and one must, tny. But she answered, begging me never At last Maude said it must be she who to inina ner mi imu.Y would mi. She was older than 1. and vin she had found a second mother, and she thought she would be happier away in her work only pleasure. u,..rkiir than at home sitiiiiir with fold- She rarely mentioned Dr. i.,u KIih was so urettv. so lovelv name, but I could well understand why Tit id LiVH htp that it seemed as ihouirh we I site was silent Ing prices the factory takes the overplu. The packing eonipnilei are one impor tant lact.ir in the solution of the quo lion of a cheap food supply for the mil ion. An almost Inconceivable amount of wholesome food is gathered and mar keled at cheap rates thatjwotil.l other wise he lost. In many ways this indus try stimulates the production of fruit Bnd vegetables In districts remote from large markets. It gathers up the frag ments, so that nothing is lost. Your readers will he Interested In a description of the canning process as earrlcd on by the Dudley Packing Com pany at their factory. The capital en li ed for in a factory that will use up a thousand bushels of tomntoes a day is about $15,000. The company began with tomatoes because the demand for them is very large, and they can l grown in quantity at short notice. Senls were distributed during the Winie: anil Spring, and the farmers pledged lliem. selves to cultivate at least 115 acres of to matoes, and the price was fixed at 30 cts. a bushel. It was regarded as uii e.xpcii- ment, many of the farmers doubting; whether the crop would pay it t thut price. The company engaged to take all that they would raise. Hoth pirlie have kept their engagements, and not only has the f.ictory consuinod all the tomatoes produced in this vicinity. Inn htrgequantilie have been brought Irom New Jersey by steamer and rail for pick ing here. The yield on good land, w. It cultivated, has reached, in some cases, 400 bushels to the. acre, which pay luir ly for a rather bulky crop. The company furnish crates, holding just a bushel, opu at the lop, and tur. nisbed with projecting posts at the di ners, so thai Ibey can be packed one crate on lop of anotlaer without damag ing the fruit. The payments are in caati on delivery of the goods. The first operation in thecanning pro. long, three feet wide and two deep, and stands upon the platform, outside of tne building, near the door. This tank is tilled with water, and kept near the b -il ing point tiy steam. A sieve of iron wile tits into the top of the tank, and receives two bushels of tomatoes for u charge. A jet of steam is tuned l i I have come, ns you know, to claim J tlie Wlll(!ri Bj u,e tomatoes remain it, it Melrose's Da" Hoi-fe-Shorr and Uinernt Blacksmith, (Near the Orut-mill), SANDY HOOL Conn. KyStone-cutters' and Maaona' hammera made to order. Working iu teol apeclalty. Rep-Jr-ini! done neatly and promptly. So the Winter passed. Two or three times the doctor came to relieve its mo notony. My parents grew to welcome him as a friend, and I, in my heart of hearts, as a brother, for I felt sure I had guessed the secret of his love for Maude. He talked of her so constantly, telling TRAVELER'S GUIDE, qmith & pkrkins. Newtown 1 Wwdburjf Stage Line. Laavae Woadbury at ;.Wa. m., aontubury at f M B.a boatb Britain at a.m., llennetta jrUfatl.tu, ai.. Berkahiro at 10 a. ia., bandy flavs at 10.10 a, ba, arnviba: at wtowu to meet la 10.47 a. kl. If I'raiu, and le.v lor Wood ary va tha arrival of the It. 40 a. m. Uowu Tiaio, ad arrivaa at Woodbury at 9 p. nt., ihe aauia time aa tka Woudkury and Seymour lae. UkOHOK AkLfcK, Proprietor. atm, Auf, Id, lsij. PAINTEKS. Paper Hanging, Katamining, Painting ana training Dona at the shortest notice, and in the Beat Manner. NEWTOWN, Conn. could not let her go among strangers. At tiret, lather and mother would not listen to it, but we overruled all object ion, aud Maude wrote and appointed a day tor her coming. The intervening time passed rapidly au...v ;,, ltimv nrermrHtion. and at last a,..,,,. Hi .vlrft ns dawned briirht me bow bravely she did her duty, and nd clear Maude looked so lovely that how her beauty or cnaracter eceeou morning iu her pretty hat, with its long even the charm of face and form, drooping feather, that I did not wonder We looked to him almost as our de- theeyesofa stranger in the church Hverer, lor iamers neauu n..u ...,. wandered persistently to our pew were al last restord j but when he asked lie was a tall, handsome man, sitting mm lor nis oiu, ue ia..8u...B.j tp -. .1 l.mi a - - to mulfA,!! U'itll MlCtl with the Leonards a name which, in 'ii "" . . I , OL. !- ... ,..tln " ill,.,,. rnr..nt..rt IIS ST StOCTaCV JJlllUUe. D"B la lu aviwc turn. nd wealth. People's Line. ItryarT:ato the travelinj public and cao betaaadalant maa ready loonvey pasani!ra to A. d f,,m Oja Deot, or w Sai.dy HJa a .d -ewt wn St. GkarieeaKalerata. Remember the "O 'yernor " Hwusaionic Railroad, Tim Table. To Lake effect July 10, 1S7T. ! Z - "V an 1 .44 . ..auu ..nap. m. lo.4l . m. m. i JS p. na. ttaana cnnecl at Brooaheld Jiaoc twa wiik umina" Uaiiiiiry. . - - g,int jafi, t,u and 11.40 b. m , J.OS and - fTm7 train, . P- Iti 1-4? X2ZZ?J-ir--: aa rUk train, fee I'Aliimry. , ;. , . p m. suuaaay Milk Train, 7.W p m QUAKLES JONAS, MERCHANT TAIL03. Main Strtel, A'eatoua, Conn., Oalla the attention of the citiieiis of thiitowa and vici nity to Bia new atock of f ooda, whick he baa on hand. at h,i Store m GLover'i baildiag. He will make All Wool pants to order far f 3-75, and Whole Suita for lia-oe. Give him acall, aodaee lor youraelvea. ff Cutlino done at lie tkoHetl noliet, 4 Shp.ujf Railroad. XKAKOBXntT oftBAlSS, Antpax ia, i... josuseocias' Can hrr mtot Umt Xftn at 10J, aj. -a "w . aa. Amv. a4 Uudineld .JandT.S - L-A. an additional Connecuo JTZ1 kwis;. -. wiTTTrLn am..7 UtcblWd at lo.w p. j , r Werl sMIan. illowlara ..IS J. T?3 TZZ m . amnuar nt Uawnynlla 11 JO SSSxiSS. SUBSCRIBE CHARLES RININSLAND. BARBER SHOP, AND LADIES' HAIR DRESSING EMPORIUM. Corner of Main and Wett aST, Nexloten. Shaving. rAbeanpaoint: and Hair Dreaaing dona in the Boat artnrac etyle. Tha ladiaa arerequered to examine epecunem of work, noch as 8 wi tehee, Braida. Carle, Puffa, etc. La.iiea con bav their comblnra td op. BBA5CE BABBEB H0P in Rasdr Hook, openea every ItAtnrdar aiUnKw eShop next to the Font Onto For The mv payment, F.lnc. dm you not guess it?" ! A momentary strmrjlc wi ll myseif, then I answered bravely: "Yes, I know it all. Yon have my consent, Dr. Melrose, although you take our dearest possession." "Then vou know. Ellie? Since the day I first saw vou in church I have loved you. have cherished as my fondest dream the hope of making you my wife. Darling, you ru sure I have your con sent?" "But Maude ?" I almost gasped. "Maude if only too happy in the hope that 1 mrv win you. She is engaged to a cousin whom she met at Mrs. Marvin's and who is soon coming to claim tier. He is a splendid fellow, and well worthy other; but I. ah ! my darling, can ac cept no other p tyment lhan yourself." And. in a wild burst of passionate j'' of marvelous unbelief. I gave it to bim, aa he sealed it with the first kiss of our betrothal. My father looked amazed, but I could There were gentlemen from the city appreciate the payment he would accept, i. .iio h,,t ttia.ii- ze and imagined their surprise when he de manded it at their hands. visiting there constantly, but their gaze did not otten wander from the stylish, elegant Miss Leonards to seek any other attractions. I saw them glance around once or wice, as if to discover what else in tlie church could possibly distract attention from themselves, aud I iear I felt more pride in Madde'a beauty than was quite consistent with the sacred place in which we were. But al:er she bad goue, and at night I went, for tlie first time, to my room alone, 1 felt that she had chosen the bet ter part Hint it was easier even to go forlli among strangers, wilu your nana at the plow, titan U' sit dowu quietly on the vacant hearthstone. How-ever, I soon found plenty for heart aud hands. My father grew rapid 1? worse msteaa of better, and H was hard work so to word my letters to Maude that aha should not know of the skeleton in our borne the shadow of coming death. Her Utters ware bright and cheery, like herself ; ud when at last I told her father itrew uo belter, she answered she had met Dr. Melrose, who was relative of the lady whose children she taught. and asked him to go down and ece fa'-pei tlduturaL The Summer was rapidly approaching the time for Maude's coining home was at hand. With glad, happy heart, I decorated our room with the roses she so loved ; hung the fresh muslin curtains from the windows, looped them back with sprays of floweis, all the while singing uloud in I had reason to be happy, lor Jiaune was coming to a Home over which uuu6 uo shadow of debt. The mortgage had been p ud What she had saved should go toward her trouueau when she needed one. for father had prospered ue- yond all expectation. At last 1 heard tbe sounu 01 wneeis. Nearer and nearer they came. I sprang down stairs to meet her, caught siglii of the carriage coming rapidly up tlie drive saw her smile ii welcome and saw that ahe was not alone. "I bri"g you a surprise." she had written, and bv her side sal Dr. Melrose. 1 knew it alL ' Was it nl as I pictured, fancied, hoped f 1 n!y know that an impulse which sprang from some corner of my being, caused the to turn hastily up the stairs, and, burying my fccad in bit pHU nobbed aloud. How Tomatoes ars Canned. The large consumption nf canned eoods in this country, and the market which is opening for them in Europe; the great variety of farm products which the factories demand, and tlm near home market which they make for perishable fruits and vegetables, render tlii. indus try a matter of interest to all intelligent farmer!. Besides meats and fish pieatr ved by this method, nearly all the nmie common and perishable trutls ana v. ge- tuliles are canned and made available tor food during the whole year. A canning factory is one f Ihe mosl useful Bnd eco nomical insliluiions lhat can be estab lished iu an agricultural community. The Drocess of preserving is now so well understood, and the work is so thorough ly done that tbe goods will keep ior u half minute, when the are raised by the sieve, which turns on a hinsrn. nnd are dropped into two boxes at the lower end of the tank. Two men manage the scalding lank, and a boy distribute! tuc fruit among the peelers within. Thirty six women and girls attend to this ileparliueiit. They ure arranged at Ihe sides of troughs, elevittrd sufficiently for convenience, each workman having a pail and a box for the deposit of the skins and refuse. Each tomato is peeled and cleaned of all decay and green around the stem. The price paid for this work is 3 1 3 cents a pail, and the day's work Is from 80 to 40 palls to eac h operative, according to her skill and ac tivity The pa;ls are carried try boys to the steamer, which is upon an elev ile 1 platform, and discharges into the hopper ! for packing. The overseer of the stum er carefully examines eacn pninui, s it is spread nut. for any neglect among the peelers, and removes the unripe portion if any 1b found, She also gives a cher!: foreiich pailful, which the boy retur'.s to the operative, and these checks a r the certificates of the amount of labor performed. From the steamer the tomatoes fall in to a hopper, and then into 11m stuffer. which is a cylinde worked by a treadle. Tlie cans used here are quarts and gV Ions, of which a large Hlock is kept m nand in the loft above the packing Renin, The cans are passed down to the packer Ivy a trough, which is kepi constantly full. The filling is done throutrh a bole alHiut an inch and a bait in oiamiier lu ihe top of each can. This hole is placed over the end of the stuffer. and with a slight pres-ure of the foot upon the treadle, the packer fills his can. and near ly excludes all ai' and water. The next ip in the process is regulating tbe cans for soldering. Homo of the cans arc a liitle loo lull, and some do not contain, quite enough. This work Is done by two girls. A boy fits the caps over the holes, and puis seven cans uiion a tray, and ile!i ws them to the solderers- T..U is done by boys at tbe Gulden s patent . . t- :V- X.. .. v xcto, 1 1 n . 1 V years, and can be sent on long sea voya- j - . acbiDe which exceedingly ges to all climates and to the letuolesl ; " adsavesa great deal of kW. countries. There is hardly any limit iq j - ,, put npim it.e Ihe tlemana ior incw -, factory will ittuke a good home market for nearly all fruits and vegelnhk that cannot he disptajed of in the fresh condi tion. It is complete remedy for ny . 4 ti local markets : for when tne glut platform of the machine. The soldering lr. . semicircular piece qf iron adjur ed to the size of lfc p. I imnoe-JiaicIy lowered uoou the edge of theC.n.wh.cU hucksters or mi.UtJf8it' 10 W ,u" fye workman turns w (CoBtrajen ith one hand, whija tJ-t,;iVT'0pL I ET Only ON E DOLLAR X IE AB.