A correspondent traveling in Penmylvania says that it is coinmon to boo farmers' wives -working in tlio flelda there. Tho writer adds : "Lately we noticed a ,'oung single lady handling with wonder'ul skili a large cultivator, to which hice hcavy horses were attachod. At inother farin we noticed severa! wonien ilaating corn and potatoes, and at nnothcr place a yoiing and newly-mavried woman was spreading lime - ono oí tho igliest jobs ou a farm. Such and many other jobs are done by country womeu - 'eate that wtjuld astonisl} soroo of your ity ladies,''