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SnE HATH FALLEN.
(). Iiof rlialn ot llfo Is rust,
On licr spirit's wlm; Is dust,
She liml let Hie. spoiler In,
She, hath mated her with Sin,
She. linth open'd wide the door,
Crlnio hath passed llio threshold o'er.
Wherefore litis she. Bono astray 1
Stood Temptation In her way,
"Wltli Us eyes so BlIttcrlnE bright,
Clothed In angel robes of light I
Oh I her story soon Is told t
Onco n lamb within tho fold,
HtruiiRcr voices lured her thence,
In her trusting Innocence.
Wool she had not strength lo keep
With tho Shepherd of the Sheep,
l-'cir tlio lleeeo so spotless whlto
Thenco Iwcaino tho huo of night,
And sho stood 111 her despair
Ulentlna for tho Shepherd's enre.
Woo that none might lead her Wis
From the bloodhounds on her track !
llunacr prowled about her p.ith
With n wild hyena wrath,
Pcom ennto lcaptlm from Its lair
Willi dcllant Kiowl nild stnrc, 4,
And sho crappled, alt In vain,
With thofaiiitsof Wniit and l'alu:
Itopo and Merry shiil tho giito
Oil this heart so Uesolato,
Bo sho turned nsnln to Sill
What had she to loso or win?
llestlng on her life n stain
Duepcr than tho hrand of Cain,'
Heard sho not a pltylntf tone,
Weoplni! In her shnnio nlc'ile?
Was there not n human heart
In her aiiKulsh boro a part7
K0110 to hold n beacon-light
Up before her darken'd sight?
No j tho ill tar was not there,
For a canting Priesthood's prayer.
Hho hath Allien I Let her die,
Balth tho Lcvlto passion by.
Ho sho turned again to Shi.
What h.vs sho to huo or win?
Ulsters! there Is work to do,
Field of labor hero for yotl,
Yo who pour tho wine and oil,
Up I und rest not from your toll,
Till tho bruised and wounded heart,
Aching lrom tho Tempter's d.irt,
Horo and weary with lis puln,
Khali be bound and heal'd again
Till, no lnoro dented by sin,
Llkn tho pardoned Magdalen,
Kneeling In repentance sweet,
Klin may wash tho Saviour's foot
With her tears that while they roll,
.Mot llio sln-stidn from her soul.
l)n you ask for your reward 1
"They nro blessed who servo tho Lord,"
Aplnry In Jane.
June is tho swarming pcaxon, though
bees often commence In May, and miwi-
times wait until July to begin. Any
ono wishing to inercaso his colonies to
tho utmost miwt secure at least one
swarm from each stock that is sufilcient
ly strong. This is a matter which is to
u great extent untie reontrol. A hive
Will orten exhibit all tho Indications of
swarming, except actual issuing, and
yet not swarm. Zf you do not intend
to mako all tho swarms po.-sible, it is
Well to put on tho surplus boxes, but do
not expect the greatest yield of surplus
honey, and nt tho tamo tiino great In
crease, Often tho non-swarming hive
Will storo honey enough to buy a good
liivo or two of bees when sold. Prepare
the surplus honey-boxes before placing
in tho hives by sticking in tho top of
each soino nlco white combs tho right
distance apart, to servo as guides to the
bees; pieces an Inch square will do. Mr.
Harbison says, instead of melting bees
wax into which one edge of the comb may
Ijo dipped to mako it stick, theso pieces
may boglucd. Stocks not strong enough
lo swarm by tho last of this month
should bo made to .show cause. If
nueenless, give them anew queen, unless
too weak to keen out worms. If tho
queen Is barren, destroy her, and replace
with another in a few days. In a good
season bees quito often swarm too much
moro proportionally in small than in
largo apiaries. "When no queens are
reared artificially to supply stocks or
swarms, it Is usually most profitable,
when practicable, to limit tho K-mes
from each, to one. With tho movable
combs, tills may bo controlled. As a
rule, live or six days after tho first issue,
tako out tho frames, nud cut out all
queen cells but ono, leaving tho oldest
If any nro not sealed, it may bo neccs-
nary to open tho hive again in three or
four days, and cut oil any cells that may
subsequently bo started. After-swarms
usually i.suo from tho eighth to the
thirteenth day after tho tir.-t; they
jieod not be expected after the eighteenth
day. It takes two second, or four third
swatins to bo equal to one of tho first.
If two or moro cannot bo united, it is
better commonly to return them to tho
old hive. "With half a dozen or moro
movable comb hives, it is needless to
liavo any very weak, at least after the
weather becomes warm. I5ees aro in
creasing much faster when all aro strong
than when somo nro much crowded, and
others very weak. They aro easily
equalized in a few days, by taking some
combs from the strong hives, filled with
hrood, ready sealed, and exchanging
them witli tho weak ones. Should chilly
lllgnts occur niuuruuiuru 1110 uuuaviiuiigii
hutched to protect theso combs, tho en
trances should bo nearly closed, nud old
carpets or blankets used to help keep
tho hivo warm. American Ayrlmltu-
I iiavu Just noticed tho Inquiries of
J. T. about raising and feeding nigs. I
wish to say I first find n good breed ;
then I pick tho best sow pig 1 can find
in tho litter. Sho must bo of good size
and well shaped, rather long body, lino
bone, fino, thin hair, and a good number
of teals i In fact, 1 look for a handsome
built, thrifty pig. Then I feed her 'veil,
keep her growing, but not too fat. When
sho is of proper nge say six or eight
mouths old I clrlvo to tho best male
pig I can find In tho neighborhood j then
nso tho sow very gently, let her havo ti
proper placo to sleep In, and keep her
pen clean, witli plenty 01 lresii straw
for bedding. Sho wants a now bed once
or t wlco a week. Never set a dog at Iter,
never get her scared if wo can help It.
A day or two beforo her tlmo clean out
pen, put in now led, short straw j theu
watch her till after pigging i throw all
cleanings and dead pigs tvway, for If die
should eat It, It may teach her to cat her
young. Keep her bowels looso before
ami after sho pigs, for co.Uveues. will
uwko her iw-s ami sho will 1:111 and
out her pigs. 1 don't know of miy
pitrtkiilar lirettl that will nlvo any stat
ed nutubur of pit's at every litter. Cbiwi-
Tiny out tho buncluM freely, ofiioi'lal-
ly on youiiff vinos. Ono bunch to tho
.shoot is us much us a vine .should curry
tho Hist year of Its fruiting. Slop tho
c hoot at three or four leaves beyond the
hint cluster. Young vines should grow
only a single nine the first year, and bo
kept tied up. lland-pleklng must lie re
orted to for the large beetles and c.iter
pillarH. FOR YOUTHFUL READERS.
Tim I.lttlr llouml-Uoy's Die-am.
A iuiu-haikud child laid Its pale
cheek against a pillow of straw.
It had tolled up three pairs of narrow,
dark flairs to gain Its miserable garret,
for It was n little "bound-child," that
had neither father nor mother ; so no soft
beditiwalted Us tired limbs, but a ink
crable pallet with 0110 thin coverlet.
It had neither lamp nor caudle to
lighten tho room, If such it might bo
willed ; still, that was not so bad, fis tho
beautiful round moon smiled in upon
tho poor llttlo bound-boy, and almost
kissed his forehead, as his sad eyes closed
Hut after awhllc'ns ho laid there,
what wondrous chungo caino over the
place! A great light shono down ; tho
hugo black rafters turned to solid gold,
and theso seemed all studded with pre
clotH sparkling stones. Tho broken
iloor, too, was till encrusted with shin
lug crystals ; and tho child raised him
celf upon Ids elbow, and gazed with a
half-fearing, half-delighted look upon
the glorious sight.
One spot on tho wall seemed too bright
for his vision; but presently, us If eineri
ing therefrom, came a -.oft white figure
that stootl by tho poor bouud-boy's bed
The child shut his eyes ; lie was a lit
tie, only a llttlo frightened, and his
heart beat quickly; but ho found breath
to murmur, " Tell me, who aro you
" Look up, bo not afraid," said a sweet
voice, that sounded liko the harps of
Heaven; "look up, darling; I am your
brother Willie, sent down from the an
gels to speak with you, and tell you to
try and bear all your sorrow patiently
for you will soon bo with us."
" What, you my brother Willie ? Oh
no, no, that cannot lie,' my brother
Willie was very pale, and his clothes
were patched and torn ; and there was
a hump on his back, and ho Used to go
into tho muddy streets and pick up bits
of wood and chips; but your face is quite
(bo hatid-omo ami your clothe prettier
than any I ever saw before, and there is
no ugly hump on your back; besides,
my brother Wlllio H dead long ago."
"I am your brother Willie, your im
mortal brother; my body, with tho
ugly hum), is dead and turned to ashes,
Jiut Just as soon as that died I went up
to the great Heaven, and saw sights that
1 cannot tell you about now, they were
so very, very beautiful. 15ut (loil, who
is your Father and tho holy namo of
Eternity, gave mo the.-o bright garments
that never get soiled ; and I was so
happy that I suppoxj my face was
changed very much, and I grew tall and
straight ; so no wonder you do not know
And now tho little bound-child's tears
began to fall. "Oh!" ho exclaimed
earnestly, " if J too could go to I Tea ven !"
" You can go," replied the angel with
a smilo of ineffaceable sweetness ; " you
havo learned how to read ; well, to-mor
row get your lilble, and find, very rev
erentlyfor it is Mod's most holy booh
these words of tho Lord Jesus: 'Hut
I say unto you, love your enemies, blc
them that curse you, do good to them
that hate you, and pray for them which
despitefully use you and persecute you.'
Do all these, and you shall bo tho child
of your Father which is above."
Even If they beat mo'.'" murmured
tho little bound-boy with a quivering
A Hash of light parsed over tho angel's
face as ho replied, "Tho moro you for
give tho nearer you will be to Heaven."
In another moment tho vision had
gone, but still tho room was all blazing
with unearthly radiance.
As tho llttlo boy fell back upon his
piimw his wan faco reflected tho angers
smile, and ho thought, "I will forgive
tliem, oven 11 they heat me."
Suddenly a moro musical vorVo than
tho former fell upon his ear. This time
ho was not afraid; but, sitting upright
on his miscrablo couch, ho saw a figure
that seemed to lift Itself to tho wall ; a
ray of inteiiso brightness outlined all its
form ; its eyes blazed, yet there was a
mild beauty in them every timo they
looked Into his own.
" hittlo one, I am thy father," said
tho torin in melting accents.
" I don't think you can bo my father,"
whispered tho boy timidly. " .My father
Used to look very old indeed ; and he
got hurt and wore a crutch ; there were
wrinkles on his faco and all over his
forehead, and his hair was short and
white, not long like yours. Ami my
father used to stoop over, and wear a
llttlo black npron, and put patches on
bhoes In a llttlo dark room."
"Ho used to pray and sing very
sweetly; but 1 never hear any praying
and singing now," sobbed tho child,
bursting Into tears.
" Don't cry, dear llttlo boy, but listen
to me. 1 tun your father, your Immor
tal father; that poor lame body Is all
gono now, mingled with thodu-t or the
graveyard. As soon ns tho breath left
that deformed body I was with the shin
Ing angels; hosts and hosts of them horo
mi) up to Heaven; and tho King of that
glorious place elotluil mo In theso robes,
whlto and stainless, and gave 1110 this
lull beautiful body, which shall never
feel corruption. And this wa tho rea
son, dour little orphan: Iluuiiso I loved
lllm.aud my chief delight was In pray
ing to Him and talkingnbout lllni ; ami
uHhou.Th 1 was very poor, I trial tu be
hone-t, and many time j wvul lutujrrj
-THE COLUMBIAN, 33LOOMSEU11G, SATURDAY, JUNE -30,
rather than do wrong. And you, if you
will never forget to say your little prayer
that I taught you, If you will keep (lod's
holy comniandinants ami trust lit Him
always, shall soon bo with mo In my
sweet Heavenly home.
Onco moro the child was left alone;
but still the rafters wero golden, tho
walls pearly, tho old Hour studded with
brilliants, and tho same soft mysterious
light over all.
A strain of holy music fell faintly
upon his enraptured senses; It grew
louder, and came nearer and nearer lo
tho head of his llttlo bed. Ami then 11
voice oh ! far sweeter than eltherof the
others sang, "My child, my llttlo
earth-child, look upon me, 1 tun thy
In 11 moment what emotion swelled
the bosom of tlio lonely boy I lie thought
of her cherished tenderness to him long
years ago; of her soft arms around his
neck, her gentle lips pressing his fore
head ; then caino up the cruelty of stran
gers, who, after sho had been put away
In tho deep ground, treated him with
He turned toward her. Oh, what a
glorious being 1 Her eyes wero like
stars; her hair like tho most precious
gold; but there was that In her face that
none other might so truly know. Ho
had doubted if the first-risen Was his
brother, if tho second was his father;
but not onco did ho doubt that this beau
tiful being wa his own dear mother
A little while ho kept down his strong
feeling, but tho thought of tho past und
tho present overpowered him.
"Oh, mother, mother, mother!" ho
cried, stretching forth his llttlo hands,
"let mo come to you let me come!
thero is nobody in this world like you
no ono kises mo now, no ono loves me ;
oh ! mother, mother, let mo come !"
ami tho hot tears rained down his
"My orphan child," sho said in a low
tones, that thrilled him to tho heart,
" you cannot come to mo now ; but listen
to me. I am very often near yoli when
you know it not. Every day 1 am by
your side; and when you come to this
lonely room to weep, my wings encircle
you. J behold you stiller, but I know
that God will not give you moro sorrow
than you can bear. When you resist
evil I whisper calm and tender thoughts
into your soul ; but when you give way
to anger, when you cherish a spirit of
revenge, you drive your mother from
you ; remember that, my llttlo one
your sin drives your mother from you,
and displeases tho great and holy God
lie good, be happy, even amidst all your
trials, and If it is, a consolation, know
that thy immortal mother often com
munes with thy soul. And farther,
thou shalt soon bo with me."
Oh! mother, mother, mother I" mur
mured the boy, springing from ids bed,
and striving to leap toward her. The
keen air chilled him; ho looked eagerly
round; thero was no light, a solemn
stillness reigned, tho radiance, the raft
ers or gold, tlio silvery beams, the mil
sic, tho angels all were gone. And then
he knew that ho had been dreaming;
but oil! what a dream! how strength
ening, how cheering! never, never would
he forget it.
Tho next morning, when ho went
down to Ids scant breakfast, thero was
such a beautiful serenity upon his face,
such a sweet gIadne- in his eyes, that
all who looked upon him forbore to
taunt or chide him.
He told his dream; and tho hard
hearts that listened wore softened; and
tho mother, who held her own babe,
was so choked with her tears that she
could not eat; and the father said in
wardly that henceforth ho would be
kinder to the poor little orphan bound
boy, and o he was. The child found
his way into their affections, ho was so
meek, so prayerful, so good, and at the
end of a twelvemonth, when tho angels
dhl in very deed tako him to Heaven,
the whole family wept around the llttlo
collln as If ho were ono of their own.
Hut then they all felt that ho was in tlio
bright heavens with his brother, his
father, and his dear angel-mother.
WIT AND nUMOK.
Tin: needle-woman's exclamation.
Ir you can't coax a fish to bite, try
your persuasive powers upon a cross
dog, and you will boMtro to succeed.
"My 'pinion is," said a philosophical
old lady of much experience anil obser
vation, "that any man as dies upon
wash In' day does it out of pure spite."
" Pa, I know why that old-fashioned
pistol of your'n that grandpa lit with in
tho devolution is called a horse pistol,"
" Why, my son'.'" "Hecaiiso It kicks
"It seems to mo I havo seen your
physiognomy tomewhero before, but I
cannot Imagine where." " Very likely ;
I havo been tho keeper of a prison for
tho last twenty years."
A gkntlkman riding down a steep
hill, and fearing tho foot of it was un
sound, called out to a clown who was
ditching, and asked him if it was hard
at tho bottom. "Ay," answered tho
countryman, " it is hard enqtigh at tho
bottom, 1 warrant you." But In half a
dozen steps tho hoivo sunk up to the
sauuie-glrtlis, which niailo tho gentle
man whip, spur, and swear. "Why,
you rascal," said he, "did you not tell
mo it was hard at tho bottom V" " Ay,"
replied the fellow, " but you are not half
way to the bottom yot."
A (ii:.TLi:.MAX residing near llo-lou
drew the attention of the Town Council
to a slough In the road as a nuisance, but
no notice was taken of it. Ono day ho
found, to his amusement, that two Coun
cillors had walked Into It by accident
and were tloiindering about In tho mire,
when ho adtlre.-ed them thus: " Gen
tlemen of llio Town Council of lloslon :
1 havo often petitioned lo your honora
ble body against this slough, but J
never had any attention paid to my pe
tition. I now come forth to express my
di light to sec you til hijt l iucmy In (he
MM III ATLANTIC MONTHLY.
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nent nrltersof Ihoiljiv.both III ProseHiid Poetry,
and ltsmitei havo always lelleeted w hat In best
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nt Its existence and the worth of Its eotilrlliUtois,
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SrusciMiTioN ll.u l'or a single copy, tlnce
mouths, tl; torn slnslc copy, ids: niouth.s, n'; for a
Miu;le eopv, one y( ar, SI; lour copies lor one jenr,
Sl.'i; einhi copies for ono .vear, t'. Ono extra
copy lo (sctter-up of ( lubs of clKiil.
In leply tosiiM rul apidlcatloiis, nir.mKcmciits
havo been made Ioraseelai WulciliiK-l'laicMib-sctlntlon
to the LI'. Di-.lt, w hich Ispie-eiuliii inly
ll Wiilerlli-Pl.ice Paper. The pait i- will lie mull
ed toMibscrloers tor llii-eo miiullis tor one dollar,
and tho addiesses of city Mihsciibeis will be
(-handed upon aiipllcatlon at lids oillee, so tlnl
lliose w ho hit the Siiioiiiei-icsorts may not be
deprllol (it this wi i klv pliotoiir.iph ol political,
literary, aillsttc, dramatic, and mh lal lite In tlio
mctioiiolls. All contribul Ions, hooks, business
ietters. eoniiuuniciitioiis, etc., must he addressed
to tiio kiutok or tin: i,r..iiKit,
11 1'raiiUloit Stieet, New Yolk City.
nTKW YOK THI1JUNE .
THK LAIIOEST AND CIIKAPLsT.
K:-i.Ai!cir.ai:Nr oi- the hah.y, hi-..Mt-wi:F.Ki.v,
anii wm.ui.Y rninu.NK.
Notwillistandlii tho fact that Hie size of Tin:
Tiiint'Nil has been Incie.iseil moiethan oneiiuui
ter, tho pi tee wllrremaln the siinie.
MlW IS Till: TIMi: 'III M'lWIUIlH I II!!
THi: UltUAT l'A.MILY NliWSPAPIIlt.
Till". NT.W YOUK WHHKLY Tltllll'NK
is printed on u Inmn double-medium sIik.I, male
Ilia vUUt luiaes iji'six blond eoluniiis eiicli. II
cootalnsall tho linisaliint Kdltoiials published
lu 'J in: Daily Tinni'si:, except those ot meielv
IismI Interest; also Literary und Sclcntllie lulil
lUence; ItevlewK of the most iiiiunlaut and In
leicsthu; Newliooks; the Letleis from our l.ii",'o
corps of correspondents-, tho lalei.t news u eel veil
bvTelcKiaplitioni Washington and all otherpaits
of llio country; n sumiuary of all liiijsirlaiit in
Icllinence or this city and elsewhere; a svuopsls
of thcpro(ecdlni.'s of Congress and Slate LokIi-I.i-tuie
wla u In session; thu 1'iirelKii News n cehi d
bv ovcrv Milliner; Hxcluslve Itepmlsot theiiro
ceediiKsof tho I iirmers' Club of tho American
Iusiltuto; Talks nboiit l'ruit, and other Horticul
tural and AKilcultural Inloim.itloii essenti.il to
country le-lilcnts; him 1:, rin.tuclal, Catlle, Dry
(iomls, and ilenei.il Maikct lteporls; inakluull,
both lor variety and einiipetcnch.s, altiuciher the
mosl valuable, InlercstliiK, and Instructive Wi;kk-
I.V Nl.WM'Al'i:il published 111 tho WOlld.
Moll subserlbeis, slnijle isipy, 1 year i! (V)
Mall subscribers, chilis of Iho (1 Id
'Pen copies, addressed to names or subset lbeivli -VI
Twclit copies, do. do. Ill l
Ten eoiiies, to one nddrrss 10 Hi
Twenty copies, to one address 'ia lie
An extra copy wdl be scut ir eai li club ot tell.
tin: ni:w yoiik hi:.mi-w oiikly TitinrNi:
Is pulillshed eveiv Tile-day and 1'ild.iy, anil con
lulus all Hie Ivlilinlid (lllicles, not meiely local 111
cbiirarler; Llleriii v ltev lew s a.id Ait Criticisms;
L"lters lrom our lai-je cia-ps ot I''orciu and Di
mcstto Coircsiondciiis; speelul and Associated
Press 'leleKiapil Desimlclies; a caieful nud eom
iilileSumiiiiiry of 1'i.n Ism and Humesilc News;
Kxclnsive llepirlsor tin l'iis iMlln'soi ihiiKanii
1 1-., CliibiJ'lhe American Insdtulc; Talks about
l'ruit, und oilier Iloitlculturai und Aurlcuiliiral
lnlormallon; Stis-k, l'lnaiielal t'allle. Dry (J.hhIs
and (lenerill Maikel lt imlts, whlcluileinlbllshed
luTitr. DAiLY'iiiiiiUNi:. tiii:hi:m1.wi:p.ic-
LYTltlllillN'i: iilM)les, In thocouisoof ii year,
three or tour of the
JIKS.T AND LATI'-ST 1'OPLLAlt NOVKI.S
by llvlna nuth'irs. 'Iho cost ol tliese alone, If
h'oiiL'lit In book-l'iiim, would bo fnnn sl to eight
dollars. Jf pun based In Ha- Kucllsh mac mines,
from Willi h they "re can roily si hs ii d, Iho coni
would bo Hirer or four limes th it sum. Nowheie
(dso (vin so much current lulrllucnee and perina
nent Utejiiry matter lie Iiadnt so cheap arnicas
In tho Si:.Ml-Wi:i:ivLY TltllblNi:. Those who
bellevo in the principles and approve of the char
acter of This TmiiL-Niican Inert nso Its power und
Inlluciico by Joining with IhelriielKhhnrs in I n in
Ins clubs losubscrlbo for tboTUKSi:Mi-Wi-:nii,Y
lldltlon. It will In that win be supplied to Ihciu
at tho !nut price, fur wlilcliMKh u isipcrc-au bo
latl subset Ibers, I copy, I year, 101 nuuibcrs...l Ol
no, 2 copies, tl. OH, ... , l.l
(lo, ."i copies, or over, cii'-b copy . :i in)
Persons lemlttlus tor PI copies will ucelve an
cN.ra coj.j fur six moiilhs.
Peisons rcmlttiui! for r,eoplcs SPi will icrelvo an
oxtuicopy ono Jiur.
TIIH NIIW YOIIK DAILY TIlllll'Ni: Is p
llshed eerv nioiiilm; and evenlnit'Suudaj sex
is pled) ul am per year; l't lor sis iiiouths,
Trims, cash In advance.
Oralis on New York, or posl-oillco ordeis, imya
ble to Till-: T'i i n cm:, lieinu soft r, arc pielcialilu to
any other in kIu ol ivmlliance. Address
Till-! TIlllll'Ni:, New Yoilc.
gciiiu.i,, iiKitaicu & co.,
Cli:NUitAI, COMMllSSIION MUllCIIANTS,
I'lSH, SALT, CIIKfJ-ii:, I'KOVIHIONS, Ac,
Nni, ri-'niul 1C1 Not lb Whiiivii,iibi)Vii AichSt,,
c iii a
re. , Uc
-.it-. f( Wile. Whs'
li di e, in bar
J 0SH1MI IIIIXIKL&H. S. FISTUIl,
(Lalo Ulegel, Wlesl r.rvln.)
Importers and Jobbers of
No. 17 North Third Street,
USSELL & WOODltUl'T,
Wholesale. Dealers III
TOIIAC'COH, CICIAim, l'lPIX, AC, AC,
No. 1 1 North Third Street, above Market,
J OHN c. yj:aoku & CO.,
Wholcsalo Dealers In
HATH, CAPS, HTIIAW OOODS, AND
No. S"i7 North Thlid Street,
q u. nonniNS & co.,
Norlhcast corner of Second and Vino Street,
No. 19 North Thhd Street,
JMUSIIMUTH, UIIOTIIKU k CO.,
WllOLIHALi: TOHACCO DIIALI'.IIM,
No. lil North Thhd Hlreet,
flvo doors below Kaco.
ractorlcs, Nos. S2! mid 2i (Juarry Street,
J V. hAMHKUT,
with HOSS, SHOTT A CO.,
Importers and Jobbeniof
CLOTHS, CASSIMLllliS, VITINtM, Ac,
No. 311 Market Street,
TUNGEUICII ct SMITH,
No. i", North Third Sluet,
J H. LONdSTltUTll,
No. ii North Third Slreet,
Q 15LABON & CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SUADKS,
Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Stieet,
NOTIONS, IIOSILUY, CILOVns, AND
No. SI North Third Street,
pillKNIX STOVE DHI'OT.
HILVrnilS, lSANGlX, AND STOVIiS,
"Wholesale and lletal).
I'ATENT ANTI-DCST COUK1NO STOVU.
for healing two or more looms.
PAItl.OII, COOKINC., LAUNDl'.Y, IIHATINCI,
and every variety of STOVJiS.
JOHN I. IIIS,
No. 310 North Second Street, Philadelphia.
JOHN E. FOX it CO.,
stock and nxciiANor. nnoKints,
No. II Soulh Third Street,
SPKCIi: AND 11ANK-NOTKS,
ALL KINDS OI-' STOCKS AND IIONDS
bought nud sold on commission. Attention given
to collections on all accessible points.
ENNHDYj STAIRS .t CO.,
WHOLINAI.K I-'ISII DUALEIK,
Nos. ISO und 1-B Ninth AVharves,
QIlAHLES If. MAlU'LE,
ImiKiiler and Dealer In
KliANDins, WINI'-M, (IINS, I.IQUOIW,
wini: nirrinw, Ac,
No. 122 NoithThlid Street,
t.liove Arch, west side,
"JMA'AL & ltOYKIJ,
(HLIIIOUT, liOYAL & CO.,
Iutporteis and Dealers In
DI1LIUS, MKDICINIX, SPICIW, PAINTS, OILS,
(jlass, DYI-: CTuri's, ,c,
Nirs. Ml and 311 Noi 111 Third Street,
JTAOKN, 150 YD & CO.,
CO.M.M ISSION M III !C,'I I A NTS,
and Wholesalu Dealers In
J.UAr AND MAN L' PACT UUKD TOHACCO,
No. CI NorthThlid Slreet,
CoiisIkiiois can forward Ihclr stock "III Ilond,'
without ptcpayliiKtho llnlb-,1 stales lav.
joitiuN & luioriinn,
and Dealers In
SALTPIVrili: AND IIIHMSTONL.
No 20!) North Third Stieel,
ypiXKlt it HOST,
Successors to I'ifthkllii P. Seltzer A Co.,
Importers and Wholesale De:diri.Iii
LUMIOILS, W1NIX, Ac.
Nos, 110 and 112 North Third Street,
W. II. KOONH, Acnt,
"yyiLWAai 1(. JIAD1JOCIC it CO.,
No, tig fcoutli Thud htici-l , imp, uluud Hank,
rjiltH UNION I10THL,
Arch tsircct, betwetii'Thlrd and l'outth Street",
T. VIUUSON HOTKL,
Nos. II" and 1 111 North Second Klreel,
gT. C11AHLH9 HOTi:ii,
on Tin: r.uuopr.AN' viun,
Nos. C), 02,01, and 11 Noi th Third Streets,
between Market und Arch Klreel",
Curnerof Ninth and Chestnut Streets,
II. W. KANAOA,
"yyAT.SON ct J ANN MY,
1 miirters mid Jobbers of
SI L1C AND l'ANCY DltlXS OOODf,
Successor to Hendry A HariN,
Maiiufaeturtrnnd Wholesale Dealer In
notrrs and snoi'iS,
No. i1 North Third Street,
with 1.1PPINCOTT A TKOITEU,
No. 21 Nortli Water Street,
and No. SO Nortli Delaware Avenue,
KOlttJE II. llOBEUTS,
Importer and DcaWr In
IIAr.DWAItH, CUTI.K11Y, HUNS, Ac,
No. all Noith Third Street, above Vino,
CAltPCTINOS, WINDOW SIIADKS,
OIL CLOTHS, MATS, Ac,
No. 51 North Second Street,
J I BHAKD,
with LIPPINCOTl', HONDA CO.,
Manufaelurcrs nud Wholesale Dealers In
HATS. CAPS, I'UItS, ANDsrUAW GOODS,
No. IP) Market Slreet,
JOWE, EUSTON ct CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholcsalo Dealers In
COTTON YAKNS, CAIIPirr CHAINS,
11ATIS, WICKS, TlH YAftNS, COUDAUH,
linOO.MS, WOOD AND WII.LDW WA1IH,
LOOKOOLASSUS, CLOCKS, l'ANCY 11ASKKTS,
TA1ILH, l'LOOlt, AND CAUUI.UIU
OIL CLOTHS, AC,
No. COO Market Street, south side,
T H. WAIiTEIt,
Lato Walter A Kaub,
Iinpoiter and Dealer lu
CHINA, GLASS, AND (iUKl'.NSWAnE,
No. 211 North Third Street,
between It.iee and Vino
Wl I0L1 XA LU DI I CO t HSTS,
and Dealers lu
CHEMICALS, MI'.DICINUS, PATHNT MHDI
CTNliS, Sl'icrx, PAINTS, OILS,
VAHNISIIKS, DYKS, Ac, Ac,
Southeast corner of Third nud Callow-hill Sts
A n.AIIlUlJSTEH ct UUOTIlElt,
Importers and Jubbers of
B1IIUTS AND DltAWr.ltS,
HOOP SKI ItTS, 1 lANDKEUCI IIFS,
TIIIIHADS, SEWING SILKS,
TllIJIMlNGS, POUTE MONNAIUS,
SOAPS, PEIIEUMEItY, l'ANCY GOODS, AND
Also Manufaelurcrs of
JI11US1IES AND LOOKING GLASSI?!,
mid Dealers in
'OOD AND WILLOW WAItK,
nnoo.Ms, i:opix,TWiNr.s, Ac,
No. GuONoith Third Sliect.nbovo Vine,
QOTTKKl.L .t AYUKS,
Wholesale Dealers In
PISH, CHEl'.SE, Ac, AC,
No. 100 North Wharves,
second door above Aich Sttcrt,
2 AKCUOKT ct CO.,
Importers nud Jobbers of
STAPLE AND l'ANCY DUY GOODS, CLOTHS,
CASMMKIIEH, IILANKEIX, LINEN'S,
WHITE GOODS, 1IOSIEIIY, Ac,
Nos. JUS nild l'J7 MaiketSliecl,
ubuve l'outth, noi th side,
JJ AV. It AN ICS
WHOLESALE '1'OIIACCO, SN'Ul'P, AND
No. lltiNoilh Third Street,
belwieii Chi rjy and lUiec, wistsldv,
tjOSi;i'H H. DlOLh,
M.iiitilactuiurof mid WholoBdo Dfnler In
ci.0TiuNa,ci)rns, casbimlues, and
No. ll North Third Hticct,
iOWIMt JJA11N1J & 1'OTTS,
110t)KBi:LLi:iW ANi) STATIONintH,
and Dealers In
etmTAiN A) wAt,t;t!Ai'KitM,
No. 37 Nortll.Thlrd Streel, below Areli,
riibllshers of Sanders's New Headers, llrooksM
lililiinellcs. Itoberls's History (if tho United
Stales, Pcllon's Outline, Maps, Ae. llUiuk-llookS
on hniul, and tn.ido In order.
KJt VI liilUlinllliU, nnnrfiiii sw.?
iid. r!j Marl'.et Street, ono door below Ulglitli,"
nnuas, Mr.iliOirirwi chi:micai,s.
PAINTS, OILS, OLAKS, VAlt'StdtlKS, llYtW;
and every other nrllele pertaining to IhoUll-'liiess,'
of the best minUty, and lit lowest market rnteil;
NDUliWS, AV1LK1NS ct CO.,
rOIU'.ION AND DOMUSTIO DUY O0ODH
No. Ml Market Street,
gNYDHU, IIA1UUS ct UASSETT,
.Mliiiuiaciurcis HUO uohlci.-. Ol
MHN'S AND IIOY'H CLOTIIINO,
Nos. 522 Market, and 522 Cominorco Street,
-y-EAVEll ct SI'ItANKIilO,
vviiOLiJSALi; imociats and uji.Mi.-i-iiu
Nos. s1; and 227 Arch Street,
Importer mid Denier In
11ION AND HTHHL,
No. (ii) I'ront Streel,
TTUHUAH FOlt CATAWISSA!
THIS WAY I'OIt UAKOAINS.
(ioods to compare wllh strhiKcney of Iho money
market, I,ook and compare prices beforo pur-
chasliiK clsew heie. Just mill at thu fuvorltn busi
ness stand of
Mc-NINCH A SIIUMAN.
nud you will bo met by thoobllulns proprletorsnr
Ihclrclcrks, mid show n throui;li Ihclr ureal variety
storo fica of ( liiuae, of course. They will kIvp you
n fall- (banco to spend your looso chain:", they
1 1 list much moro prolltnbly than It can bv spout
STOCK OI' DltY CI0OD4
lids Sprln? Is much larger In nil Its varlotlao thou
LADIIvS" D1UKS GOODS
:ue of Iho nicest stiles lu market. Thoy Iihto a
line assort nient of
HATS, CAPS. 110018 AND fillOIiM,
SU.MMKIt CLOTHS, C'ASSINCTS,
CASSIMHItLS, AND VIMTINGM,
and numerous ai llclcs common to such establish
ments, besides u L;encriil assortment of
HAltDWAlti:, TINWAIIE, ClUHIINSWAltl!,
all at pi eat ly reduced prices. They wish to con
duct their business on Iho system of
"PAY AS YOU GO,"
and they think they can afford to soli very cheap.
Uiey letiirn their thanks for many past favors,
and ask the future patronage of their former cus
tomers mid the public Kcni-rally.
MeNIN'CH A SIIUMAN.
r 1 AT AAV 1 SSA II AI I.lt( ) A I ).
J I'l oni ami niter October 2, lsiii, the trains will
puss ltupiit as iiillows:
Hoimi Noian. Hliulrn Mull nt 1 p.m.; Krlu
Express at 2: IS A.M.
tioiMi Sonii, Philadelphia Mnll at 11 A.M.;
New Yotk Hxpiess at I p.m.
UKOIIW: WEIlIt, Supt.
T A C IC A AV A NN A AND 11L0OMS-
lj ItUIKI IIAII.IIOAD.
On and alter Match 11, lsofl, PasseiiKcrTralui will
run as lollows;
Soutiiwaiiii. Leave Scninton nt 4:10 p.m. and
fiioO A.M. ; Kingston at H p.m. and (l:V a.m. ; lllooms
biiiKat.s:2iii'.M.aiid!i:2iiA.M. Anlvcat Northum
berlaud at !MII P.M. and IHV, A.M.
Nournw.Miii. Iave Northumberland at 7a.m.
and.", p.m.; llloomshurt; at S;-y,A.M.aiid ftiiP.M.;
Scranlon at ll:a" a.m. and II p.m. Arrlio at Srinu.
ton ut 12:11) a.m. and 10:15 p.si.
II. A. FONDA, Supt.
KlIlL-ston. Mnrch l.'i. ISnp.
NOHTII AND WEST.
rOUlt DAILY TItANINS.
ON AND AFTEIl MA11CII 12, ISM, trains will
leave as lollows:
.. U'livo Wash'ii. Lcnvn Ilalto.
Express Mall (1: J a.m. (i:UI a.m.
l-'ast Line .7:.T0 a.m. 12:10 p.m.
PlttshiirKaml Erie Ex 1: ID p.m. 7:20 p.m.
l'ltlsbui guild Eliiihu Ex....7:W p.m. 0:15 r.u.
TWO TEA INS ON SUNDAY,
Leave Wuxhtngton nt a 13 mid 7: w p.m.
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT THAIN3.
LOW 1'AItE AND (tUICK TIME.
Cars run throuuh fmni ilalllmoro to Pittsbvuu.
Erie, or Eliuir.i without chaiiac.
.1. N. Dl'nAUItY.
pini.ADEIil'HIA AND EltlK
JL lIAILltOAD. This crent line traverses thu
northern and uoiiliwest counties of Pennsylvania
to the cits or Erie, of ljiko j;ijc. It bus becm
lenstsl nud Isoiieinti d bv tho
PENNSYLVANIA HAILltOAD COMPANY,
Iliuoof Piisneiim r Trains nt Northumberland:
I.kavi: Easiwaiiii.EiIo Mall Train. 11:2". p.m.;
Ei lo Express Train, 3:Zi a.m.; Eliulra Mull Tiiitn!
Lhavi: Wt.srwAnn.-Erlo -Mall Train, 5 a.m.;
I.i Ik Express Train, 7:llP..M.; Elmlrn Mull Truln!
P.issenerrarsrunllnouKlinii Iho Erin Mull nml
Express ' Tialiis without rhniiHo bolli muvb Ijo
tween Phlliidelphln and Erie.
New Yoiik Connj.ctkix, l.eave New York nt '
A.M., ai live at Erlo at !U5 a.m.; Js iiv o l'.rlu at h&S
p.m., an lvr at J-w Yin k at :i: III p.m.
r.Uwinl slcupiniieais on all 11I15I1I trains.
1 or Inloiinatlon icspoclliia piiksi niter buslnrsa
apply t the coiner of Thirtieth and Maikct
Sins Is, Philadelphia; and fur bright business of
the Coinpitiiy'fc ui-ents.
S. II. Kliiustiiii. Jr., curnerof Twelfthand Market
Slre( Is, Philadelphia: J. W.lteynolds, j;ilo; W1U
lluiii Ihown, Afe'riit N.C.H.I1., Italtlmorr.
H. II. HOUSTON,
General Freight Audit, Philadelphia,
II. W. GWINNElt,
General Ticket Acuity nmndi;lplila
M ii eh'" 'isar' il,l'c''ltt'"ll'1'l. Wllltiiiu-fsirt.
1 ) E A I ) IN(i ItAILltOAJ). '
XV HUM.MElt A It U A N G EM ENTv
April -A lsiai.
Great Triinli Lino from the North mid Northwest
lor Plilladrlihla, New Yoik, lleodlna Poitsvlllo,
Inmaaim, Ashland, Isibunoii, Allcnlciwu, liislou
Tialiis leavo llarrlsburB for New York rui foU
lows: At .1,7:11, and wiia.m., and 2'nnd 0:2iip.m.
(oniicctliij; with slmll ir Indus mi tin, prmisvl
ir.nla liullruad.itiiiluirlvlhi,' at New York iifk
and 10 a.m., and. '1:10 nud HW p.m. Shrplnc nun
"ssimp iliy the a A.M.uud 0:20 p.m. trains, without
mi iV'X Ashland, Pino Grovo.AIIrntowi i
and Philadelphia nt 7:10 AM., mid 2 nud H:20p.M .
s onpliiK ut Is nou mid principal Way Stations!
I !.I.,M miikliiK nncloM. ronnncl Ions for
Poltsylll..oi l'ill,uU,ipi,,l. l'orPollfcvlll..,ricluiv.
kill Haven, and Anbiiin, via Schuylkill nud Hus
iiii i.iiiiiii Ua Insid, Iran. HiuilsburK ut 1 15 p.m.
etuiiilnir, leave New Yen kill (I am., I2ji.,anil
h: I-..M.; I lill.idclphlniitKA.M,nnd.'t.Me.M.:Potls
ylllo at s:;i a.m. and a IS p.m.; Ashland u ll ami
IIiIj am... mid l:iri-,M.; Taniiiiim ul OtU A.M. and
1 ami s:, p.m.
Js-avo Pottsl'ltla for irnrrkliiim vt uni.n..it.iiii
und rlnsiiiu-liHiiiM llullioud, at 7 a.m.
Hriidlnv AecomiHlailon Train lejives IlendliiKnt
ii a.m., ri.t iirnliiu Horn J'hlladrlphlu ai r, p.m.
Loluiublii ltollio.id Tinlns li iive ItrudriiKiil fl.20
and 0:1., p.m. lor Ephratn, MHz, Columbia, Ae.,.le.
(Ill Kllliihtu i.'iv.i V.ni' V-...I. ..i i. lJi.h..
delililn at 8 a.m. and !U1 p.m., the 8 a.m. train run
liiuit only lo Itenilliiu: Pnttsv lll.uil S a.m.; 'J'luua.
iU.iiiti:.'Jl.i,M,t llairlshuiLtntlMilA.M.iiiiid Head.
liU! at l: ) a.m. lor Hun Miiiik. mid 1(1:12 a.m. for
Nrw Yoik, mid 1:21 p.m. for l'hlindclplil.i.
(Iiiniinutatliiii, Mll(ai;e, Season, Exeiirklon, nml
luiluts ut ri'l,ui-'l)l V'drs lo nud from nil
ILe-viiw checked tbioiiRh. Eighty jiouuds ot
biiK-.ye allowed Ciieb uisscncer.