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THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBUIIG, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1800.
ft., THE GLOVE. 1IY A. Mi 11. Iiicc you have nskcei, I needs must tell the his tory Of how I gained yon praily Utile gtovo ! Alat It Is tho key to no soft mystery i Nor itnagnof tourney In tlio lists of love. 'Twnn thus t found It tlirorlRli the cl'y's bristle 1 wandered mo nt 111 Aututnii e, nlotse I A tail, alight form brushed by with nllUcu rustle, Alut pnsseit Into a carriage, mid was cone, Oneulancc I had, In Hint I caught thualeamliif! Of violet eyes, o'er which thn rippling tress fllnncnl gold n, facu llko those, wc scj lu dream 111!!, As perfcit In Its shndowy loveliness. And so Flic passed, n glorious light about her, Clothed, like n Summer elawn, In silver-gray, And left tho crowded stri'cts us dark without her Ah Winter shies whose, moon has passed away. This little gauntlet which her hand was clasping, Tell from her ns she reached tho eitrrlngo door, And Hunted down, as flutters from the aspen Home trembling leaflet whosu brief day la o'er, And I I found It on the pavement lying, Talo as the. marhlu Venus' missing hand, Or somo small Hake of foam which Ocean, flying, Iamvvcs In a furrow of tho moistened sand, Slie was so like some queen of the Ideal ' With that bright Imiw, those soft eyes' shadowy gleam I fain would keep this pledge to provn her real, To marl: her dltrcrcnec from an airy dieani. And though her glove has unto mo been donor Of much sweet thought, yet I can think It well That sho should know as little of Its owner As I of her from whoso fair hand It felt. Why Rhould I drag her from her high pos Itlon, Her nleho nbove this work-day world's loug reach? Hardly a fact, nor wholly yet a vision, Hho' Joins for mo the better part of each. AGRIOULTUKAL. Ilrport ofommlsslniicr New toll. 'VriE following Interesting lnfonnntlon relative to the condition of the crops is taken front tlio advanco blirots of Jlie July Report of tlio Commissioner of Agriculture: Tlio Commissioner con gratulates tlio country upon tlio pros . pectof a year of averago fruitfiilness. AVheat, tlio bread crop of tho country, was, in ISIm, less in quantity and quality than that of ISO 1. Tlio greater portion of tlio heed used last Autumn was of inferior quality, producing plants of low vitality; the 'Winter following was in most districts variable, freezing and thawing, with but little snow and much moisture; and to add to tiio chances against tlio lifoof the nlmits, tlio Spring was cold, with fre quent and severe freezing. This was the caso particularly in thoOhio Valley, and to eoino extent throughout tho country east of tho Mississippi. But the States west of that river promise an unusually abundant crop of superior quality. Tlio lino weather of tlio later Spring and early Summer lias wonder fully developed tlio remaining grain of tiio Injured districts. There lias been an unusual exemption from ravages of insect tribes; neither rust nor storms havo done it material in jury; andif itescapessproutingfroni wet weather, tho promise is of a crop nearly as large a last year, and far better In quality. Tho present indications, as marked by correspondents, point to an average of about eight and a half tenths In quantity, and of a quality that will make it equal in value to last year's crop. Tiio testimony from all quarters ren ders it certain that tlio quality will bo excellent. In Jersey County, Illinois, tlio grain is unusually lino and large, and will compare favorably with tho grain of 1604. A correspondent in a blighted district, who calculates upon half a crop in his county, acknowledges that its quality is superior, and admits that thero will bo a sudleiency for seed and bread for tlio home population, witli ordinary prices, but that, under tlio stimulus of extra high prices, thero will ho fcomo to bend abroad. This btiperior excellence will not only go far to make up the difVerenco in quantity between tlio crop of tiiis year and that of 1805 (which difTereneo Is far less than was ex pected on the tlrst of June), but It will, it is believed, make oven more good bread and prove of greater value than tlio crop of last year. Besides, thero has been a saving in consumption, which will help to swell thoprospcotivosupply. Tlio poor quality of hist year's wheat, and tlio high price of flour, in connection with tho superior quality of last year's corn, has had its legitimate ell'ect in causing a largely-increased u.so of com- ureau, wltleli Jias been lor three years past in certain districts almost entirely unknown, wheat having been actually cheaper thou corn. Tho Winter barley crop is in very nearly tho same condition as tho wheat. 'Taken together, tho average ot the 1'iili sown will reach nearly nine tcnUis, and tho Spring-sown exceeds an averago by nearly a tenth. Tlio crop of oats lias been unusually good, almost boyond precedent. In no btato will there bo lcs than an average crop, and in one at least (Kansas) the re turns glvo promise of tweuty-llvo per cent, moro than an average, liarcly is tho country, in its length and breadth, blessed with a crop so uniformly liberal in Its yield, and of such excellent qua! ity. A remarkablo exemption from ills caso is apparent, though a correspond ent In UreeucCounty, Kentucky, write that thero is but an ordinary crop, quite low, with occasionally an uppearanco of rust. Tho condition of pastures is generally nuovo tlio average. Kansas mid Xe braska aro moro than two tenths tibovo Jlinnesota ; Iowa and Missouri from ono to two tenths above ; Michigan anil "Wisconsin, between ten and eleven tenths; Vermont, Khodo Jslund, New- York, and Ohio, an averago; tlio other (States slightly below. Clover mi tiered by 'Winter-killing, ex cept lu tho traus-MI-slssippi States. Tho loss varies from ono to four tenths, as will bo disclosed by an examination of tho tables. A correspondent from Out iigainle Count jv Wisconsin, says that the biuall white clover, the greatest de pendence for milch cows, is entirely gone. The month of May was tho driest and coldest over known. With tiio exception of Maluo and New Hampshire, every State reports u greater breadth of corn than imiuI. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Kiukis, and West Virginia have each Increased their average about ten per cent. Town has nearly us great an increase. In sev eral of tho States tho condition of tho crops Is nn average. Inmost of them, however, as tlio tables Indicate, the cool weather of the Spring gave tlio crop a bad start, from which It had not fully recovered up to the tlrst week In July. It li generally reported low multitude owing to tlio cold Spring, but in vigor ous condition, and u deep green color. Thero is yet ample time, with favorable conditions, to maturo a productive yield of lino quality, in whluh caso tho extra breadth planted would give a very largo emu. It is too early in tlio season to arrlvoat definite estimates. A somewhat diminished acreage of sorghum is Indicated, hlltlo is grown in tho Knstern States, but that llttlo Is Increased this eeason. A material in creao lu New York is shown ; but New Jersey and Maryland report a slight de crease. The sorglittm-growing btates, I ndlanannd Illinois, showiu'oiislderublo diminution; so also do Wisconsin and Minnesota. The season tints far lias not been very propitious for sorghum, utid the reports represent the averago coip dltion obotit one tenth below the stand ard of ordinary excellence. Somo portions of tho Stato of Ken tucky are not yet supplied with liitinu facturlng machinery. In fl raves County not half as much was sown this Spring last year, when quantities of it were de stroyed by the trost for tho lack of niaiiu facturlnir annanitiis. Tho people havo nothing hut tho ordinary wooden mills. Thero is nearly an averago breadth of flax this season. In condition it is ten tenths in most of tho Slates, though lu somo of tho flax-growing States of the West it is slightly under an average. In every State thero wore moro pota toes planted than usual. In Ohio fifteen percent, more; in Kentucky, twenty percent.; in Missouri, twenty-llvo per cent.; in Kansas, thirty per cent. In condition, no States except Illinois and Minnesota are reported at less than ten tenths; and in these States tlio increas ed average indicates a prospect fora full uverpiro crop. Very nearly an averago acreage of beans is reported in slightly better than average condition. The fruit crop promises to lie quite small, and it is believed that the peach crop will be limited in tlio ICastern States, though tho reports from the West are more encouraging. FOR YOUTHFUL HEADERS. Little Mary. Little Maiiy hnsgonchomo. Earth with all its flowers and sunlight and starlight, its glorious sky and windin rivers, was not bright enough for her, The angels loved her with a better than earthly love. The Father gathered her iimong Ilis llttlo lambs that ply by tho still waters, in tho green pastures. Her eyes were very blue, and her hair was very golden. As tho butter cups spring up thickly in the green green Holds, co friends gathered about littlo Mary. They praised her fair face, and said that never a garden gave Mich show of erinwm as her cheeks. But gentle friends nnd love, and every earthly beautiful thing 'could not keep llttlo Mary from her native heaven. Farewell, littlo Mary. Your chair with its wee arms sits in its accustomed corner. Your little slippers and your pretty frocks lie folded sacredly away. nd still the round stocking moulds to tho arched instep. Still the white robe falls full as It last fell over the rarely sculptured limbs. Your hooks aro on their oaken shelf, and whosoever's eye glances that way, somo trembling voice says, "They were little Mary's." Thero Is a picture hangs against tho parlor wall-it is little Mary. There is a tiny chamber that is seldom opened, save by a palo woman with blue eyes, who goes thero to weep it was littlo Mary's, Thero is a milk-white kitten who gam bols in tlio sun with a cherry ribbon tied on her neck but tlio dimpled tin gers that fastened it there aro dust. A fairy tea-set stands in tho wide closet it was littlo Mary's. Bear heart how everything seems blended with memories of her ! Wher ever tho sunlight arches over tho roach of a llttlo child's hand in tlio olden home Mary's fingers havo moved. Wherever It has woven tendrils of gold through tho empty rooms, over tho plea-ant garden along tho river bank Mary's feet have hallowed every spot. Wherever it lias let down its golden arrows in the old orchard to mel low tlio heart of tho apple, her graceful limbs have swayed like leaves set danc ing by the Summer winds. And soinet lines, of a starry hour, when tho fire-flies light their lamps on Mary's littlo grave sometimes in tlio young moonlight, when the shadows flicker like a spent flame, and tho heart of evening beats so softly that the birds sleep over Its pulse, something bright gathers In tho gloom and takes tho shape of a littlo child's face. That fuco with Its wondrous eyes its wavy clouds of amber curls rippling to every arch motion with its ruby lips and glowing cheeks Its eager love- glances Its coy blushes its lltful laugh half shrouded in tears Its pure Heav- en-liko brow that face is littlo Mary's "Ansel ho Issiiitfliitf Wheie Is no moro night." I.lke the Angel. " Why! you would havo us like tho angels!" exclaimed a young girl with whom a friend iiad been talking. Truly would wo havo woman like the angels. And why not? Is Itany luirin to ho like mi angel? Wo read that they aro very beautiful full of love, truth, purity compassionate, sinless Aro tht"-o forbidding traits? Angels slander not each other. They havo no circles lu thdr glorious homo where character, llko a worn-out garment, is picked to pieces, ngels never wreathe tho face with smiles when envy I gnawing tho very heart-.-ti ings In twain Angels never rejoice over the downfall of another. Angels luro not with the eye, and thou coldly cast off with tho lip. Angels sulrer no passion to paint tho brow, dark with discontent and hatred. Would you not wish, eventually, to become angels" Or does this thought never enter with tho multitude that cross tho mind's threshold',' Why not prepare, then, for this high destination? hy not discipline the soul till It grow lofty with sublime thoughts, nnd beauti ful in good deeds '.' Cultivate your alloc tlons, bo pure in motive, gentle In spirit, Uanlsh forever deception, evil speaking, inordinate love of pleasure! Why not become, as near as you may be, angels on earth? Ah! young ladles, believe us when wo tell you thero is no linrni in striving to be like the angels. THE IIEAItT. Tin: heart is tho tlrst organ that makes Its appearance in tho anlnial organism Tlio flrst trace of it is discovered about tiio end of the third week of embryonic life, when it presents itself a red spot a mere central point as It were from which sundry yellow filaments aro seen shooting forth. Tills Is tho germ of thnt "fearfully made" instrument, the human heart, accompanied by its prln elpal blood-vessels. " This organ," says Galen, " Is the root of all tho entrails and members of tho body, and the very fountain of life, and rill innate and vital heat." Tho heart, according to tho peripatetic philosophers, is in a human body, as tho flrst Intelligence In the universe and as a kind of monarch in its own little world. The substance of this muscular structure for such it is cup phatically is very compact and strong, in order that it may bo able to resist the tremendous btrain destined to bo put upon it, especially hy imprudent people and tlio better to preserve tho vital heat, and the spirit which, as another quaint writer remarks, "would soon breathe out and vanish away from it, were it of greater rarity and softness." WIT AND HUMOR. Tin: soul goes highest when tlio body kneels lowest. Bi:ni:fits grow old, but injuries are long livers." Hi: that avoideth not small faults, by littlo and little falietli into greater. JoNr.s says ho loves two charming girls Jenny Rosity and Annie Million. Wi: should labor,, not only to get a living out of the world, but, to help tlio world to live. A rnir.Nneoniplaiuingof tho "infor- nel revenue system" says he can't. put his boots on without a stamp. Qititi: a poetical child was tho littlo one that said, "Mother, listen to the wind making music for tho leaves to dance." A wao on hearing that a man had given up chimney-sweeping expressed surprise, as lie thought the business sooted him. "I can't bear children," said an old maid to Mrs. Partington. The old lady replied: "Perhaps if you could you would like 'em better." An exehango says, that " in tlio ab sence of both editors, tho publisher had succeeded lu securing the services of a yentleimii to edit the paper that week." By the latest from Paris wo learn that the long streaming ribbons that ladies wear on their bonnets and necks are called '! Follow mo home, sirs." " Do you know who I am ?" said an oflicertou fellow whom he had by the collar. " Xot exactly, sir," tho fellow replied, "but 1 think you must be tlio malignant collarer." How many a man, by throwing him self on tho ground in despair, crushes and destroys forever a thousand flowers of hope that were ready to spring up and gladden all his pathway. Mus. Partington says tho only way to prevent steamboat explosions is to make the engineers bilo tho water on shore. In her opinion all tho btistin' is done by cooking tlio steam on board. It is slid that the British Govern ment, as a measure against Fenianism, intend to abolish the use of thoshlllelah in Ireland, as its use is considered dan gerous to tlio security of tho Crown. A man being asked at a lato trial for a certificate of ids marriage, took his hut olf and oxhibltedu huge sear, which looked us though It had been made with a ilre-shovel. Tho evidence was satisfac tory. Tni'.ni: is something exquisito in our countryman's reply to tho European traveller, when he asked him whether ho had just crossed tho Alps, " al, now you call my attention to tho fact, 1 guess 1 did pass rlsin' ground." Tin: editor of an Eastern paper says " Wo have adopted the eight hour sy tern In this ollleo. AVo commence at eight o'clock in tho morning and close at eight in tlio evening." A model method. Tin-: proprietor of a forge, not re markablo for correctness of language, but who, by honest industry, had w ullzed a comfortable independence, lie ing called upon at u social meeting for a toast, gavo " .Success to forgery." "Jake, did you carry that umbrella homo that I borrowed yesterday?" as! ed a father of his sou. " o, fathor, you lias'o often told mo to lay up some thing for u rainy day, nnd as 1 thought it would rain soon, I laid up tho urn lirelia." Ladv OAUTiinrr, wife of tho Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, remarked on ono occasion to Dean Swift, " The air in Ireland is very excellent and healthy." " For (iod's sake, madam," said Swift " don't say so in England, fur if you do they will certainly tax It." " I scprosi:," said a quack, while feeling tho pulso oi a patient who had reluctantly submitted to bollclt his ad vice : " I Biippoo you thluk mo a bit of a humbug?" "Sir," gravely replied tho sick man, "I was not uwaro until now that you could so readily discover a man's thoughts by feeling hU pulse." JOS. ItlKOKL & 11. S. 1'ISTKK, (tto lllegel, Wlest & Krvln,) Importers and Jobbers of DltV GOODS, No. 17 North Third Hired, Philadelphia, At.Kin.ii iivr.m.v, wm. i:. At.mmiT, s. ri. e USStihh & WOODltUlT, Wholesale lknleis In TOllACCOH, CIOAHS, PIPIW, Ac, AC, No. 11 North Third Street, nbove Market, riillndelphla. J U1 IN C. YKAOElt & CO., Wholesale Dealers In HATH, CAIN, STIIAW GOODS, AND ladies' rims, No. 217 North Third Street, Philadelphia. Q 1). KOMUXS & CO., IUONMEUCHANTS, Northeast corner of Second and Vine Streets, Philadelphia. s. with L. BUTTLE, HUSH, HUNK & CO., Ditv goods, No. Id North Third Street, Philadelphia. piUSHMUTH, BROTHER & CO. WHOLESALE T011ACCO DEALERS, No. 131 North Third Stieit, fivo doors below Itace. Factories, Nos. 2 and 2ii Quarry Street, Philadelphia. J. with V. LAMBERT, KOSH, SHOTT & CO., Importers and Jobbers ofl CLOTHS, CASSIMEUES, VESTINOS, Ac, No. 301 Market Street, Philadelphia. TUXOEIUCH A SMITH, whom:sai.i: (Uiocr.its, No. 1 1 North Third Stmt, Philadelphia. J. H LOXOSTRETTI, l'APKU-HANOINO WAitnnousi:, No. 12 North Third Street, Philadelphia. G. AV. BLABOX & CO, Manufacturers of OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SlIADl'-, Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Sticet, riillndelphla. M. M. MARPLE, NOTIONS, IIOSIKItV, CILOVKM, AND l'ANCV (1O0DS, No. SI North Third Slieet, Philadelphia. piICEN'lX STOVE DEPOT. JIKATKKK, ItANtllW, AND STOVIiS Wholesale and Itet.ill. PATHNT ANTI-DUST COOKIND STOVH. VULCAN IIUATI'.lt, for heating two or moro rooms. PAULOIt, COOKINO, LAUNDItV, IIKATINO, and every variety of HTOVIX JOHN I. IIUSS, No. fill North Second Street, Philadelphia. TOHX E. FOX & CO., ft STOCK AND KXCIIANOi; IiltnKIHlS, No. 11 South Third Street, Philadelphia. SPI'.CIi: AND 1IANK-NOTKS, ALL KINDS OK STOCKS AND IIONDS bought nnd sold on commission. Attention given to collections on all accessible points. K EXXEDY, STAIRS & CO., WHOLF.SALi: FISH DIOALElts, Nos, ISO and IS! Ninth Wharves, Philadelphia. QIIARLES II. MARPLE, Importer nnd Dealer III IlltANDIKS, WINIiS GINS, LIQUOItS, WINi: UlTTUItS, Ac, No. il North Third Street, nbove Arch, west side, Philadelphia. JOYAh & ROYER, Successors to OILIiF.ltT, 110YAL & CO., WHOLKSALi: DHUGOISTS, Importers nnd Dealers In IlltUGS, MLDK'INUS SPIClls, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, DVi: STUFFS, Ac, Nos. ail) and ail North Third Slu 1 1, Philadelphia. TT'AOEX, BOYD & CO., COMMISSION MUIICHANIS, and Wholesale Heaters in Li:AF AND MANUl'ACTUIiUD T011ACCO, HLGAIts, Ac, No. 01 Norlh Thhd Stiect, Philadelphia. Consignors can forwanl their Mix k "In llond," without prepaying tlio United Stales tn. jSTABLISHED 17Do JOUDAN A llltOTHKIt, WHOLl'.SALi: GHOCHllS, and De.ileis In SALTPCTIti: AND IlltlMSTONi:, No LW Noi Hi Third Stii el, Philadelphia. j1LLER .fc HOST, Successors to Franklin P. Seltzer A Co., Importers nnd Wholesale Drains in LUIUOUS, WIN IX, Ac, Nos. 110 mid Ik! Norlh Third Street, Philadelphia. 1 J. LESTER, Wholesalo nnd Iletall Dealer lu FOItUIGN AND DOMIXTIU CAIIPJJTS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHAD1X, Ac, No, 'Ji North feci olid strict, opp. Chi 1st Church, I'lulaclclpluii JgllOMlHAl) & KAUII, iuunuinciurcrs mm vv iiuicsuie j'mntn n 1IOOTH AND SHOES, No. 211 North Third Hlreel, Philadelphia. JM1E UNION HOTEL, Arch Stiect, between Third nnd Fourth Streets, Philadelphia. CHHISTA- wunr.it, , Proprietors, gT. ClIAHhlJS HOTEL, ON Till: Kimol'KAN PLAN, Nos. SO, 02, til, and (iO North Third Sheets, between Market nnd Arch Streets, Philadelphia. chaiimm kleckneh, Manager. Q.IRARD HOUSE, Comer of Ninth and Chestnut tfirccis, Philadelphia. It. W. KANAflA, Proprietor. "yATSON & JAXXEY, Importers and Jobbers or SILK AND l'ANCV 111118 GOODS, SHAWI-H, Ac, No. Market Street, Philadelphia. J A. HENDRY, Successor to Hendry Harris, Manufacturer anil Wholesale Dealer In HOOTS AND SHOKS, No. M North Third Street, Philadelphia. II. Mllll V. PETERMAN, LippixcoTT a- Tiiorrnit, WIIOLUHALK (juocints, No. 21 North Wnter Street, and No. 31 North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. Q.EORGE 11. ROBERTS, Importer nnd Dealer In HAltnWAltU, CUTLUllY, GUNS, Ac, No. 811 North Third Stiect, above Vine, Philadelphia. ENJAMIN GREEN, Denier In CA1!IT.TINGS, WINDOW SHADUS, OILCLOTHS, MATS, Ac, No. SI North Second Street, l'hlladelphln. J. 1'. BEARD, with L11TINCOTT, ISON1) .V IU, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In hats, caps, runs, and stuaw goods, No. IWMniket Street, Philadelphia. -pOWE, ECSTON & CO., Manufacturers nnd Wholesale- Dealers In cotton vauns, caupi'-t chains, n.vrrs, wicks, tik vauns, cohdagi:, IIKOOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WA111 I.OOK'0 GLASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY 11ASKKTS, TAI1I.K, l'LOOH, AND CAltlUAGi; OIL CLOTHS, AC, No. BV Maiket Street, south side, Philadelphia. I. 11 AV ALTER, Lale Wnltir A Kauh, Inipoiler and Dealer 111 CHINA, GLASS, AND ll'i:UNsjWAl!K, ill North Third Street, betuteu Hace and Vine l'lilhidelphla. JfiTARLlSHED 181). .)llll. llCWWItl WlIOLlXALi: Di'.UGGISTS, nnd Dealers In CHF.MICAI.S MF.DICINKS, PATENT MLDI CIN1X, SPICTX, PAINTS, OILS WINDOW GLASS, YAUXISHIX, DYIX, AC, Ac, Southeast corner of Third nnd Cjllowhill Sts., Philadelphia. RMBRUSTER & BROTHER, Importers mid Jobbers of IIUSlUllY, GLOV1X, KHIltTS AND DUAWF.liS, liUTTONS, srspr.NDF.rtsi, HOOP SKI I ITS, HANDlCl'dlCim-ll'S, THKKADS, SUWING SILKS, TIHMMINGS, POUTi: MONNAlrX, SOAPS, Pi:itl''U.MF.ltY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS OIJNF.ItALLY, Also Mamif.icturcis of IlltUSlIlX AND LOOKING GLASS IX, and Dealers hi WOOD AND WILLOW WAIIU, IlltOOMS, UOPIX.TWINIX, Ac No, ami Norlh Third SI red, above Vine, Philadelphia. QOTTRELL it AYRES, Wholesale Deah'ls hi risn,ciii:iwu,Ac, Ac, No. 1W Ninth Wharves, second door above Arch Street Philadelphia. yi. RCROI'T & CO., Iiuporlers and Jobbers of STAI'Li: AND FANCY DUY GOODS, CLOTHS, cAssiMr.nix, liLANKirrs, linf.ns, whiti: GOODS, IlOSIUltV, &c, Nos. lirSnml 107 Maiket Mltict, above Fourth, noilh side, Philadelphia. J.J YV. RAX ICS WIIOLIXALF. TOUACCO, SNUFF, AND CIGAH WAItUHOUSi:, No. 110 Noith Third Street, hi tween Cherry ami Unco, west sldi Philadelphia. JOSEPH H. DELL, Manufacturer of nnd Wholesalo Dealer In CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CASSIMUIUX, AND VIXTINGS, No. 11 Norlh Thhd ijlieet, riHladelruki. QOWER BARNES & POTTt, . fMt.i IVh UIMIIIlVI'IIU nnd Dealers In ClIItTAIN AND WALL l'Al'CU.S, No, J7 North Tlilul Street, lielow Auh, Philadelphia, fnbll.hersnf Rindirs's New Headers, llrooks's Arithmetic,' Itobelts's History of the United States, PcIIoii'k Outline Map-, Ac, ISI.mk.llooks on hand, and niiido to order. I ESTABLISH ED lS. g. w. (!aui'i:nti:u, iii:Nszr.v & co., WHOMMALi: DIlUGGISIS, No. 7.17 Market Street, ono door below Kliihth, Philadelphia. Diurny, mi:dicinix, ciikmicals, PAINTS, OH.", GLASS, VAltNIHHIX, DVLM, and every other article pertalnlm? to the business, of the best quality, and at lowest market rales. NDREWS, AVILK1NS & CO., Dealers In l-0Ui:iGN AND DOMHSTIC D11Y GOODS, No. Mil Market Slieet, Philadelphia. gXYDHlt, HARRIS & BASSETT, Manufacturers and Jobbeis of MUX'S AND HOY'S CLOTHING, Nos. 62", Maiket, nnd Si! Commerce Street, Philadelphia. "WEAVER & SPRANKLE, WlIOI.l'-SAI.n altOCLHS AND COMMISSION MKltt'IIANTS, SI nwl V Arch Sheet, Philadelphia. Nos. T I. BURKHART, Importer and Dealer In IKON AND STEEL, No. GO Front Stiect, Philadelphia. TTURRA1I FOR CATAWIKSA! -IX iJUIS Vl.ll i'UH ii.in,.ii.,rt. oods to eoiupaio M 1th stringency of the money maiket. Look and compare pilees heloui pm- haslnc cIscm here. Just call at the fnwirllu busi ness stand of McNI NCI I A SI I UM AN. and you will bemel liythe obliging proprlelnrsor their clerks, and shown through theiriiivai vaiieiy store five of charge, of course. They w 111 give ym a fair chance to spend your loo-o change, they dust much moro piolllubly than It can bo spent elsenlaie. Their STOCK OF DltY GOODS this Spi Ing Is much larger lu all Its varieties than usual. Their LADIUS' DliUSS GOODS are of the nicest stjles in niiirki t. They haven tlnen'soitiiicnlof HATS. CAPS, P.OOTS AND SlIOUK, SUMMUI". CLOTHS, CASS1NETS, cas.simi:ui:s, and vitings, and num"ron nmclcs common lo such rsiamiMi- mints, beshks 3 general iissoitmtnt of 1IAUDWAUU, TINWAlti:, (lUKHNSWAUL', AND GnoCKltri'.s, all nt greatly reduced prices. They wish to con duct their business on the hyslcm of " PAY AS YOU GO," and they think they can nll'ord lo sell very cheap. They ictuiii their thanks for many past I.ixhs, and ask the future patiouagc of Hedr former cus turners and the public generally. McMNl ll A- SIII-M VN. 0 1ATAAVISSA RAILROAD. ) From nnil idler Oi tober'J. lta. the trains will miss lEuoeil ns lollows: Goimi Nourii. Klinlra Mall nt -I p.m.; Erlo Epi'ess at L: Is A.M. liOIMJ IsilT Til. I'lllllllieilllllli .uau III 11 A.JI. New Yolk Expiess lit I r.M. gi.ohgi: wEim, snpt. T ACKAAVANNA AND BLOOMS' I.j nrno dailuiiad. no and alii r M.uch 11, lstm, rasscngerTinlns will run ns iollows: Sol tiiw uio. Lene Seianlon at 4:10 r.M. and .":ViA.i.; Kiuuslonnt oe.M. andit:-nA.M.: Illeoms I nil gat si'Jiimi. and ii;LM a.m. Anlvenl Nortluiiu beilnnil nt l:HI I'.M. nnd I": 1 .M. Nouiii,'Ai:i.-r-l.enve Noi t hun iberlnnd nt 7 a.?i aud.ii'.M.; Itloomsiiiiig at s:', a.m. and n:ii i.si. Scrntitou at IhTi a.m. mid a p.m. Arilve al Scum ton at 1J: 10 a.m. and Kiilo p.m. II. A. I'ONDA, Supt. Kingston, March II. 1SW. G 1.R EAT PENNSY LVAXI A ROUTE to the NOllTH AND WKvr. FOUIl DAILY TItANINS. ON AND AlTEIt MAItt'II 12, 1W, trains will leave as fol ows: Leave Wnsh'n. Leave Ilalto, Express Mail ii:'.i a.m. Ii:iki a.m, Fast Line 7:1a.m, p.'iliip.M, Plltslniigand F.rieEx i:W p.m. 7:UHp.m, I'ltlsuiiiganu l.lnuni l.....7:iu p.m. IUi I'.Jl TWO TltAINS UN SUNDAY, (Colllleetlllgat lilllllllol'e, I.enve Washington nt '.':l."uiid 7:10 P.M. SLEEPING CAltS ON ALL NIGHT TltAINS. LOW FAItF. AND IJl'ICK TIME. Cars run through from Ilalllmoro to Plttbnrg Erie, or Klmhn wilhout clrnnge. .1. N. DUI1AI1I1Y. Snpellnlendent N.C.H.It. T)1iiladi:limiia and erie .L 1IA1I.110AD. 'lids meat line traverses the northern and noithwest counties of Pennsylvania to the cliv of Eiie, of Lake Erie. It has been lens,',, iiiei is oiH'raiei i nv me PENNSYLVANIA I1A1LIIOAD COMPANY. Time of P issenger Tialns ut Noiihiinibeil.iiid: I.i:avi: EAsrw.viU). Eile MallTialn. ll:2' p.m. Erie Expiess Trnln, :i:ii A.M.; Elmlra Mnll'liiiln ie:- A. il. l.uvvi: WisTWAiin. Erie Mall Train. ,1 a.m. Erie Expiess Train, 7:1 1 p.m.; Elmlra Mall Tiahi 1:11p.m. J'assi nger ears run through on the Erie Mall nnd i.Aiiess j rams wiiuoui iililllge liotli Wilis tie lw n Plilladelnlila ninl Erie. Ni:w Yiiiik Cii.nnk-i io.. Leave New York at li a.i., niiive in i ,ne iii u:i.i a.m.: J.eae i;rlu nt I: n p.m., mi ive in .sew i iiri; tnaiiop.M. i:ii ganl sleeping cum on all night trains. 1 or Inlormiitlon respecting insrnt,.i- business uppiy ill inn corner oi X nil II, 111 anil Jlinket i-iiecis, rmi.ini iiiiiiu ; and r.ir Height liuslnes.ol t ic Comiiiiliv's agents. S. II. K Illusion .Jr., coiner of Twelfth nnd Mniket isueeis, riiuaiieiiiia; .1. v . lleyiionis. i;ue; Wit iiuiu liiun 11, jlgeill- .S.I..U. li., 1,1111 III 11,14-. II. II. HOUSTON. Gcneinl Fieight Ageui, Phlhuleliiliia. II. W. GWINNElt, General Ticket Agent. Phlladehihla. A. .. TYLF.lt, General Supeilntcndeiit, Wllll.iinsport. Jhircli ii, I sirft. It" DIXO RAILROAD. SUJI.MF.lt AltllANKI.MENT. .Mini 1. isirfi. Gie.it Trunk Line liom the Nmlh nnd Northwest i"i run ipoi.i, ew inn., in ailing, 1 i,ll illt. 'lain.niua, Ashland, Lebanon, Alluituw n, Eastou f rnhi's leave Hnrrlshurg lor New Yoik ns rol lows: At .1,7:10, and iWi a.m., and J and ftaip.M. ColllllS'tlllg With hllllllar Irallis oil III,. P.nnsvl vniila llalh nail, and in l iving nt New Yen It nt&IO and 10 a.m., and .1.111 und !0::ti p.m. Sleeping Cms ......... .,,j ,., ,V. j,, ,I1U ir.llllS, V UllOUl riuiiie. lA-iive Ihirrlshurgfur Itendlnir. Pdiisviiii, Tmnfi. qua, Mlnei-sv ill,., Ashland, Plm Gnm lli iitown nnd Pliihidelpliin in :ilAM..nni i and (Wi p.m. stopiilng nt Lebanon mm ,m , v,n siuiIoik nil1 iijii p.m. train making no close connect ions fur i iiiisviiiiioi i niiiuieipuiii. l or i'ottsine, semi) 1 kill II.im ii. ami Auburn, l.i m-hut Iklll and Mis iiieiauna liiiihoad, leave ll.irilshuiu at I 1.1p.m. lellllllhiK, have .New 'V.oikal II IN., d S: 'a P.M.; Plill.ldelpiilants v.M.lind.'li aiP.M.; Polls, yille at s:. a.m. and :':I1 p.m.; Ashland .it (I mid 11:11 M.,nnd l.iilp.M.; Tiini.eiua al li.li A.M, nnd 1 and S:V, p.m. Leave p.itisvllle for Hnrrlshuig, la Selui) 11:111 Heading Aiciiiiiislatlou'liahi'lii'ives llendlngal ... ... i , no mio'4 irooi i-iinaiieiioiii al a p.1, Coliiinhla Halliiiad Trains leave Heading nl i.:'J and 0:1.1 p.m. lor Eplnat.i. I. III. Clumbhi. ,te..Ai no Siiinlnvs leave New Vol It at s:,io p.m.i PIiMh delpbla at s a.m. and '! I , p.m., the s ,, in, In mi, nhigoiilv lo lliinllngj Poltsvlllent s.v.M.i 'lama Uinta! 7:lo A.si.j llaiiisluiigiii i:i1a.m.: mid Head iii'4 at l:-n a.m. lor Ihni isburg nnd to:vj a.m. fur New Yolk, and P'ilP.M. lor Phllndeli hla. Coiuiniihillon, .Mileage, Seas Em ui.lon, nnd Sclnsil lichets nl reduced iiihu to iiuU Iiouuill points. li.iaage iliecked through. Elality pound ot 1' . ',' .V 'ICOLU-- Cen.eupt. l.c.idib, I'a . Apul .', 1' COlt ELL, UEROEH & CO., GIlNintAL COMMISSION HUKCHANTH, Dealers In 1'Isit, halt, ('itr.i:i:, puovisions, Ac,, Nos, 1:2 ami UlNorth Wham-, tdiuve Anhst. Philadelphia. Sole agents for Wilcox's Wheel Oreae, In lmr. rels, kegs, and cmis. 1I1E ATLANTIC MONTHLY. i lie ATLANTIC MONTHLY, liv general con. sent, stands nl thn head of American itintrnrlnes It milliners llllioug lis comriuoiors uie most ,i,n. ncntwrlleisor the day, both lit Prosoiuid Poctiy, and Us pages hao always rellected what Is ls's ln.Miuricnii iiiTiiime, n uns rvnciicu a i ireii. latloti never Is fore gained by any Amcifvui limit, nlneol Oils clii's, mid It has, by the loug"peilud of lis existence nnd the WorUi of Its contributor, uci nine iirmiv iixcii in puoiic esiecm. The following nro among tho most piomliicni regular contributors! II. W. LONGFELLOW, 11. W. KMEHSON, WILLIAM CI'LLF.N lltlYANT, J. T. TUOW11I1IDGE, t DONALD G. MITCHELL- C. C. 1IAZEWELL, j. o. wiiirriini. G. W. HOLMES 1IAVAIID TAYI.OU, llAltltlET 11. STOWft.- . GAIL HAMILTON, E. P. WHIPPLE, TEltMS: Single subscriptions, fotfr ilollurs per ear. Cl.fti llATIM. 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Tli'KNOH A 1'IKl.lw, lloslou, Mass.: Gk.nti.i:mi:n, l'eiiull nio to congratulate vim on the marked sincess of "Our Young Folds.'' I'ioiii the Issue of Hie Hist mimher I have watcl ed u Ith much solicitude Its tone and ihaiactir, well kiiowiim the Immense liillucncc, for goil i,r lor cll, II wouiii ue nkciy in wiein. .lUllglli lie tlx. torn, wltleli hits lirevnileil lu miieh ,.f JuMMiile Uleiatuie, bolli religious nnd secular, I leareo nun iiseiiiiii iuuoMs iiiigni hick null yoitlii;. heiiliedliess Which call lllone sneak to the clill.l. nature, or that the faith and Ingenuousness nf youth might ho tnmpeieil with nndillsplnei-ii ,yn tnne for the vices and deceits or mnturer cuk Happily my liars have proved groundless, n i ,. I the whole eommuulty have to thank you for ens iluelng u magazine so well adapted to the class fr which It is luleniled, mill so elevallng and rellie lug In lis lllllllelices. SAMUEL P. 1IATF.S, liepuij sinic Mupeiimcniicni sclnsils, Pa. TEltMS OF OUIt YOUNG FOLKS: fL'njenr.ls advance; thn oplcs, Si; n e copies ss; ten its pies, ?l"; ami each addlllotial copy $1..). TM'litv imples, S'ni.nud iv copy gratis to tlie person proctir ing uie eiiio, siicclnl Indiiccinents otrered to teachers tonit nsngcuis. t-pei'i.ii eoi.v nun circular sent lo pir sons who wish to procure subscrlbei-s, for tin cents. TICKNUll A l'Hil.DS, Pllhllsla rs, llostoli, Mas. KW VOUK LKADKH. J tin LIIAnWt W imbllslit'd ovci.v Snttinlnr nirtriiliiK. 'Jcims, imarliiblr, rn-.Ii in ihIvhikv. jifniry M'tu ity iu:m at im nic or ui scmicr. limn ( lis, l ; lor a shiKlr rtipy, hIx montli( fur a Khmle t'itpy,on year, SI; lour coii.s fomni tr, cifiht rtiiiU-K lnr ono yi'iir, 8, Ouu txtra ii"y tu Kt-'ltci-up of InlMfif riplit. jii lopiy 10 K'Ntnu niipiirnuuiis iirriinnoninln luivc ln on jmwlo rnrasn' Iiil Vacili-l'nr:Kuh. KTliitlon to tlio hKADKK. wlilcli W pif( jnliP-ntlv a nttTiiiK-rJjife riiprr. Tho p.ipt'r will In innii tit toMihsnlhcm lnr Ilnof tiiontlis lor ono ilnllitr, in it l tlu aillri'.st's of city MiiiM-rltM'ts u uiliirfl uiioii iiiiiilU'utloii at tils ollleo. mi tliiii tlioM wlio visit the Mnnincr resorts may not U ik'prUril nf thh weekly photograph ol jiullllnil, lIlirary.nrtNtic.ilnuuatfc.iinil hoi'lal tlio In tli liutiopolW. All rontrtlnilhtns, IkioUh, htislncM letters, commuiilfalloiiH1. cto.t must tm ntMri'.snti IU IIH t U 1 1 111 111' lilli JjliA ih-.m, U i nuiKtoit.stieet.Ni'W Yolk Ity. ,THV YORK TIMKS. UIi: DAILY TIJtES.eontiilnliitr tl, lnlst !.. elgii mid Domestic News, Is published dallv.ni leu dollars per annum; with Sunday edition twelve dollars. The SEMI-WEEKLY TI.MES, published in Tuesdays nnd Frlda.vs, juice livimnls. InaiHi tlou totlie latest general Intelligence by telcgr.iin up to the illume ut of going to puss, their will r louinl hi each number the lullest Wnshlimt.n News. Ei. opean News, with ginphle letteis in.i oiire'oiresjioiidents lu London nnd Paris, glim.' the lone of public leelhig iibrond, Is made n s" clalandpcriiiaiunt lentuie. In addition to till torlals on all the cm rent, topics of the day. II SHMI-WUEKLY TIMES has a page ot calcfiill' piepaied eomiaeiclal matler, glv Ing tho latest l'. nanclal Newsnnd Maiket Itepoi Is; Items of At rlcultuial and lioiucstlu Interest, complied fr. i soui ces many oi whh h aioolheiwisu In.iccessll., lo the Ann rlemi leader; ami maniages i.u. Mai tinges nud Deaths nf the week. The 'SEMi-Wi.hKi.v ItKioiin," or New s Sum 111.115 being 11 em clul synopsis nnd digest of Hi neus of the day, is alone worth double the sun script Ion price to the pnpfr.us It pieserves in couduisiil and conveniently classified form u!1 new-si.t Im, rest, und must piovu Miluahle as ,i 1 ad to all time. TI.KMS.'Uih u dollars per milium. Club rntiv ale discontinued. Ihe WEEKLY TIMES, published at twoilollm 0 1 nr. contains, hi addition lo the latest geinr. Inlelllgenee by teleginph up to tho moimiit 1' going to press, the tidiest Washington Ne J'.lllopeall News, with glaphle letteis from nllr iiirirsiiond, nts lu London nnd Purls, glvhe: tin tone nt public, lielhig abiond, Is made a i and peinianeiit leature. Inudillilon to LiIUomi. on nil theeuricnt topics of thn day, tho WI.l K , i.'ii..-s uns 11 iinKeoi careiuuy-Iil .Miarcil cnu1 nu iclid matter, e ;lv Ing the latest Financial Ni . nud Maiket lteports; Items of Agricultural iii.i Domcstk llltclest. eninolli il f, ,1m sitiii',., u iii'itn ol which nie otherwise luaci essllilo to the Allien can lender ; and Mai rlagesaud Deaths of the vv i ok JliY Yt5iuCTRlRUXK ENLAnOED. THE LA11G1T AND CI1KAPEST. KM..viHii:Mi:xT of Tin; iiaii.y, st;Mi-wi!i;t.i ASH WM.KLY TllIUU.Ni:. Niitw ltlistandhig the fact that Iheslie of Tim Tmnu.M. has hi en Incicascd inoietlinn oneeiuu: ter, ihe price will icinnin tho same. now is im: UMK in .siinsciitnr; rem THE GHEAT FAMILY NEWbl'APEIt. THE NEW YOHK WEEKLY THIHUNH Is inlutcd on a large double-medium sheet, mult Ing eight pages ol six blond columns earh. I' I'oiitains all the lniioi taut Editorials puhlhl.r in Tin: Duly Tiiihi'sk, except those ot ineidi loeiil interest; nlsn Literary and Scientlllc Hit' ligeuie; HeMewsot tlie most impin mid and In teiestlng New llisiks; the Letters tioiu our Inrj' imps til eoirispoiidents; tho latest newsiecel' by Telegiaphlioin Washington nnd nil other purs ol Iheiouiili v; a Summary of nil important In telllgcmcol this city mid elsewhcie; n svnois' ol the pioc, edlngs of Congress and state l.cgl-l ture when In session; tlio Foielgn News rccclv by I'veiy steamer; Exclusive lleiiortsoi tlici n ceedlngsot the l arinels' Clllhot the Anicrit.11 Instil ute; Tnlks iihout Fruit, and other II01II111 mini and Agiicnltural lnroinuitlonessenll.il 1 country lesldeuls; Sloil:. Financial, Cattle, Ht Goods.lind Genellll Market Iieiml Is; making 1 both lor viulcty und completeness, altogether II most valuable, Interesting, and lnsli active Wm Li N LW.sPAPi.il published In thu world. TEltMS. Mall suhscrlbeis, single copy, 1 year t2 Mull subscribers, clubs ut tivo.... Ii Ten copies, iiddi estcd to nunusof subscilbersd7 I wenty copies, do. do. ,11" Ten e-opies, to one uddress 11, u Twenty isipli's, to one uddiess "' An extia copy will be sent jr each club 01 n TH E NEW YnilK SEMTw iEKLY THIlll'M Is publ slicd every 1 uesdiiy mill Friday, and i-ou tains all the Editorial attlclcs, -jot meiely loeiil chniacler; Lltemry llevlevvs n.id Art CiltlcMie Letteis fiom our large corps ot Foreign and I" uiestli- Coiiespoinlents; Special nnd Assoilni" Puss lelegiaph liespiitehig; nearihil nude pleie Summary 01 rurelguniid Doiucsllc Ni l.xi liislvellepoitsof Ihul'incoodlugsn! thel'srr eis, l lull 01 the Auierlcuii liisvltulu; Talks iilien Hull, and other lloithiiliura. ami Ag1hul11.11 ,."J;!.!;('"!'1'a1 41 -il l.cl H, 1,1,1 is, vv lilchureniibllsli ,i.i..,...,,w,i , i ru,,,-,,. 1 iiiitneiai v nine, nry l,oo" In THE DAILY THlllUi LYTItlltUNK nl. glu inn is, vv men 11 re publish' NU. Tlli:sEM).wi.l.!i mti 1 mm. .si., j jii-, rsj.ij.vv i.j N1-. nlsn gives, In ll.ucouue of a J Itiree or lour of Hie Ilixr AND LATEST POPL LA It NOYEI.K by living authors. The cost of these alone. Isiught In Isiok-lorm, would lu from six toi 1st dnllais. Ifpuichnscd In the I nglish iiiugalia Irom which they mo cjiielull.v selected, tin W'otild be tilled or lour limes t I1.1t sum. Now lien elseenn sn lunch euneiit liilelhgeiiieiind lieini iient llteaary mailer lie had nl so cheap 11 rule" 11 the suMl-WFEKl.Y TltlHv'NE. 'Jhos,' li believe' In the pilnUplcsund appiovo ol U1e.l1.11 aiser of I iil'Iiiiuv'nli'iiii Im raise lu power nn ntlui nee by Joining with their i.eiuliboislu ln ng clubs o so bsci 1 by fur tho Till. semi.Wi- f Kt' . Ldlllou. II will In that way hi supplied to tin t at tho lowest pike lor which tLvh n piumr can tu lined. 1 1 Mull siihscrlbi is, 1 copy, 1 yenr, 101 numbers 4l 1,1 lo. 2cn,Vs, do. do. 7' elo. iioples, orover, rneh ropy 1" IVi'soiisiemilllng lor in copies fiii will recclvcm ,, e'Mra copy for six monlhs. 1 ersinis leniliilng or 11 tuple 515 will receive a axtiiicopy 01111 j ear. THK Ni: YOHK DAILY THIIIUN'E Is pu' llslied overv moinliig ami eenln!!(hundujse' ccilcdi at S 10 per yi-nt'i y, ior bis uiuiiths, Terms, ensli lu ndvaiuc, I i lints on Nrtv Yolk, or post.ofk orders p")' hie lo Im. i'.tni'.NL, lieliigsalcr, ui piclciuli.' my uthci in nil ol lenilttance. ulics UIi; VilBCM:, ew lot!. II