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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSB U.RG, SATURDAY. JUNE
Ht Wlll.UAM CUI.LES nnVANT,
Tltr.nr, through the long, lonR Hummer hours
Tho golden light should lie,
Anil thick young herbs unci group of flowers
Ktntid In their Iwtuly by.
The, oriole should build nml tell
Ills lovctnle, closo bcnldu my cell)
Should rent him there, nllil tlicro lie hoard
Tlio houscwlfe-bco nnd humming-bird.
Anil what, If cheerful shouls, nt noon,
Come, from tlio vlllngi! sent,
Or ongs of maldi, beneath the moon,
With fairy lnuglitcr blent?
Anil what If, In the evening light,
lletrothod lovers walk In lnht
Of my low monument?
I would tho lovely scene nround
Might know no sadder sight nor Round.
I know, 1 know I should not nee
The season's glorious show,
Nor would Its brightness shine for me,
Nor Its wild music How J
Hut If, nround my pluco of sleep,
Tlio friends I love should eonie to ween,
They mlRht not haste to go.
Hoft nlrs, nnd song, nml light, nml bloom,
Hhould keep Ihein lingering by my tomb.
These, to their softened lienrts should boar
Tlio thoUKht of whnt has been,
And spenlc of 0110 who ennnot shnro
Tho Kindness of tho scene!
Whoso pnrt lu nil the pomp that fills
Tlio circuit of the Hummer hills,
Is that his gmvo l green ;
And deeply would their hearts rcjolco
To hear nisaln his living voice.
New Method of Making llrcntl.
Good bread is u good thing, and one
not so easily obtained. A correspondent
of tho American Agriculturist says she
can make good bread, and she tells
others how to do it. She says: "Instead
of a protracting agony of twelve or
eighteen hours, it will be u pleasant ex
ercise of a few minutes in making it
just two hours for raising and baked in
lll'ty minutes, and then out come tho
loaves so round and light, so tender and
sweet, the whole household would bo
ilolightcd. Tho first thing, and last,
in fact, Is a proper temperature, both
whllo making Hand in process of rais
ing. Without heat, internal as well as
external, fermentation cannot be rapid
enough. Then heat two bricks to one
hundred degrees or more, and place the
pan you make tho bread In upon them,
and so knead and work in tho heat with
tlio material. And now, though tho
great army of broad-bakers stand up in
iloury array against me, and even shake
their doughy fingers at me, I shall not
wince or abate one jot. Success is the
test of merit, as tho world goes, and tho
past delusive notion that after bread is
light once, it must forsooth bo moulded
over into loaves, and set to work again,
is all nonsense. It often induces to sour
ness, certainly multiplies labor, nnd
takes time. Well, then, bavo two tins
well greased, and divide the dough
equally. ( I used two quart tins, which ,
of course, requires two quarts of Hour
and over for a loaf), and set them to rise
by the stove on hot bricks, with a piece
of carpet over tho bricks to moder
ate tho heat, and then well cover with
warm woolens. In two hours it will be
rising like Aladdin's palace; when fairly
brimming full place it in your oven, and
you will soon have as delicious bread to
cat as ono ought to expect out of Para
dise. I claim this as original, and only
ask you to follow these directions, and
give us tho result. Thus bread-making
ceases to bo the tax on time and patience
it usually is, and tho harassing doubts
and fears one usually goes through with
wliilo following tho old method are
quito dono away with. I could m
much Jiioro on tlio subject of baking
bread, In adjusting the 4 golden mean,
which after nil is half. A peep into
homo of tho closed ovens would, I fear,
call out tbo exclamation of tho dogs in
J.andscer'.s picture of ' Too hot, too hot.
Theso Instructions are so plain, and the
results promised so great, that they are
It is strange that Intelligent men and
women payto little attention to healthy
diet. Fashion dictates, and deluded,
weak-minded persons would rather be
out of the world than out of fashion. I
suppose everybody knows it is not fash
ionable to uso boiled wheat, for 1 ven
ture to say tharoiie-fourth of the civil
ized world has never seen this article
used on tlio table. Life is waited awav
with line bread, toast", and puddings, and
finally, when it is too late, hypophos-
phlto is recommended to restore health
and strength. All this trouble would bo
unnecesi-ary if wo would uo plenty of
boiled wheat. Some persons bear ac
quaintance, and after you onco know
them fully, you always lovo them. So
it is with boiled wheat, nfter you onco
learn to eat it, you always like it. Mv
husband's eyes always twinkle and look
bright when ho sees the abovo named
nrticlo on tlio table, and ho Niys when
through eating: "Marie, what a good
healthy meal this was ; have it oiton,
dear, and plenty of It. Perhaps not
every farmer's wife knows how to pro.
paro this healthy dish. Tho wheat
should bo cracked in a mill. Take one
quart and put into a half pot of warm
water, nnd let It f-tnntl upon tbo stove
Miveral hours; then boll it f-lowiy, and
Mir It occasionally, till it becomes thick ;
put In a handful of salt. For children it
can bo used for milk. If left standing
till cool It Is very nleo to cut in slices,
and us'o with cream and sugar, or fry It
likomuxh; tho hist mentioned I prefer
for general use, but it can bo prepared
in various ways. Almost every mother
knows how small children sillier with
tho summer complaint; 1 learned my
babo to eat boiled wheat when only a
year old, and I thought It almost a euro
for this disease, and it always makes her
good-natured. So much do I notice tho
good eifect that I prefer giving her boil
ed wheat instead of severer treatment
to make her a good little girl. I used to
1)0 very nervous my physician said my
main diet must bo boiled wheat ; and J
have become entirely rid of that weak
ness. I consider it equal in taste to
boiled rice, nml n healthier diet ; and by
experlcnco I know Its constant uo
would navo many big doctors' blll.
How to Keep CMtle from .lumping.
Giving cattle u " dowuwnnl tenden
cy" In Just now absorbing tliu attention
of Western furmcra. Tlio Idea Is tocuro
cattle from Jumping fences, etc. The
process of uflectlng tills object Is simply
leaving ono rail for them to pans under,
and tlioy aro driven In and out of
tho field several times each day in this
way to lessen their Inclination to Jump,
or look upward, is theyaresuro to do
when a la.y attendant throws down a
part of the rails and makes tliein vault
tho rest. Cnttlo may bo taught to go
over any fence by the careful training
they often get for thin end, and perform
ed as follows : First, starve tbeni or give
them poor feed, which will make them
light and restless. As soon as they go
over the lowest part of the fence after
better provender, make them Jump
back again, and put on one more rail,
paying. "I guess that will keep 'em
out." Next day (as of course they will
bo In mischief again), repeat tho process,
adding another rail ; in a short time
they will take care of themselves, and
harvest tho crops without charge.
TOR YOUTHFUL READERS.
The Fntry Apple.
Or course you haven't a fairy god
mother. No little hoys or girls have
now. Hut there were once two sisters
named Ella and Martha, who had a
fairy godmother, and she emtio often to
They would hear a little whizzing and
whisking outside of tho door, nnd there
they would find her chariot, made out
of a cocoantit shell, and her footman
frog quite out of breath with having
run nil tho way after tho chariot, and
pounding at the door.
Tho fairy godmother herself was a
pretty little plump old woman, with
merry black eyes, only she was so small
so very small. She always wore a
dress made out of a white illy leaf. It
is very odd that a dress could be made
out of a lily leaf; but then, she had a
fairy dress-maker, of course. Over this
dress she wore u monstrous cloak made
out of a mouse skin, and a boa made
out of a stuffed caterpillar. And you
need not bo shocked at that, I am sure;
for it Is certainly no worse to wear a
caterpillar's skin than a mink or a sable
skin ; and her bonnet was made out of a
viokt by a fairy milliner, of course;
and over tlio whole she had a long veil
of tho finest spider's silk.
When sho came she always brought
her kitting. Her needles were golden,
and her yarn made of spider's silk ; and
she knitted as fast as she talked, which
was fast enough, 1 promise you.
Now, ono day, after sho had been
knitting and talking awhile, she took
out of her pocket an apple a great,
splendid, rosy-cheeked fellow and laid
it on the table.
" That is a fairy apple, children," said
their godmother. "It will last the
year round ; for as fast as you eat it, it
will grow again."
Jlotli the girls looked anxiously nt tho
apple, and then doubtfully at each other ;
for each was anxious to have it.
" I have brought It for that child,"
said the godmother, " that can give me
tho most for it. 1 will leavo it hero a
week, and you must each try to get as
much as you can to give me for It. Only
remember that what you may call much
I may think little ; and what you may
think little I may call much."
So saying, she went away; and Ella
and Martha began at onco to dispute
whoo it would be.
" I havo a gold ring," said Martha,
"and a string of gold beads, and three
dollars In silver."
"And I have a beautiful fur muff, and
a bracelet, and two dollars in silver,"
" And I ," commenced Martha.
Ilut just then came a knock at tlio
door. Martha ran to open it, thinking
it was their Undo Cfeorge, who was rich,
and who, sho felt sure, would give liera
gold piece, if sho should ask him for it;
but instead of that, it was only her
Aunt Kate, who was very poor, and
who had hardly money enough to live
from day to day.
"Oh! it is you, Aunt Kate, is it?"
said Martini, crossly, and went back at
onco to her seat by tho fire, leaving her
Aunt to get tho snow oil' her shawl, and
shut tho door herself.
Seeing that, Ella jumped up and shook
out her shawl for her, and drew up a
chair for her Aunt by tho fire.
"Ugh I how cold it is! shivered the
poor Aunt, spreading her thin fingers
before tlio fire.
" Your handslook like beet roots, they
aro so red, Aunt Kate," said Martha,
" They aro very cold, child," answered
her Aunt. " I bavo a long way to walk
through tho snow, you know; and 1
havo lost my muff, after carrying it for
so many years. I keep my hands under
my shawl; but they aro cold, for all
When Ella heard that, sho began to
consider with herself: and, after a
while, she stole around to her mother's
chair, and said in a whisper:
" Mamma, may I glvo my mulf to
Aunt Kate .' who Is so old, and so cold,
and basso far to walk through tho snow,
and you know sho Is so poor, sho can
never buy another ono."
" Ilut what will you do yourself?"
asked her mother. " You know you
cannot havo another mutt this Winter."
"Yes. IJut I havo such good warm
mittens, and such a good thick cloak,
and no long walks to take."
" Very well," said tho mother.
So away ran Ella and brought tho
mud, with which Aunt Kate was very
Martha was plea-ed also; for sho said
"Ella will not have so much to glvo
for tho fairy apple."
Just then came In Undo Gcorgo, and
running to him, Martha begged a gold
piece ot him, which he gave her; but
wneu juiit cuuio running too :
"lam very sorry," said UuclorSeorgc,
" but I haven't another. Wait till next
mouth, when I come again, and then
you shall havo one."
" That will do you no good, though,"
whispered Martini; "for godmother is
coming in a week. And you have giv
en your inuiraway besides."
A day or two nfter that the children's
father camo home with a story of a poor
family freezing and starving to death.
Ella brought out her two dollars In
sliver at once, and gave them to her
father for the poor family.
"Now you have nothing," said Mar
" I know," answered Ella, "and lam
very sorry. I wanted tho appleso much.
Hut how could I let those poor people
" It Is not your business," said Martha.
" For my part, I think a shilling quite
enough to give. I shall keep tho rest
for tho apple."
So tho week went on, nnd tho fairy
"It is mine," said Martha. "The
apple is mine. Seel I haven ring and
gold beads, and three dollars lu silver,
and Uncle George gave me a gold piece."
" And what have you got," asked the
fairy of Ella.
"Alas! nothing!" answered Ella. "I
gave two dollars to some poor people
who were starving.
"Then," nnswercd tho fairy, "you
aro much richer than Martha, who has
selfishly kept everything for herself.
Take the apple, it Is yours."
"Hut," whimpered Mnrtha, "you
said tho npple was for tho one that could
give the most."
"True," returned the godmother.
" Hut I said, also, that what you nili-Iit
call much I might call little. You fur
WIT AND HUMOR.
Tin: men fret and the women Jlotincc.
Military definition for a kiss. He
port at headquarters.
Vnen is a sailor most like a thief'.'
When lie takes a messmate's watch.
Toast by a perfect brute: "Women,
now and forever, one and insufferable."
Punch thinks that the last language
spoken on earth will probably bo the
Why Is an angry man like fifty-nine
minutes past twelve? He's ready to
Many run about for happiness, like
an absent-minded man hunting for his
hat while it is on his head.
I'UMrs is such a thorough tcetotallar
that be declares ho would rather prefer
a watery gravo than be preserved in
What is the uso of sighing and weep
ing a.s we float down tho stream of time?
Why make tho voyage of life a icailinr
It is believed that tbo telegraph can
bo constructed through Siberia with lit
tlo trouble, because the Poles aro already
on tho ground.
Ax editor published n lonjr leader on
hogs. A rival paper in the same village
upbraids him for obtruding his family
matters on the public.
A swket young lady says that males
are of no account from tho tin e tho la
dies stop kissing them as infants till
they commence kissing them as lovers.
" William," said a teacher to one of
his pupils, " can you tell me what makes
tho sun rise in tlio East?" "Don't
know, sir," replied William, " 'cept it
lie tlint tho 'east makes everything rise."
"Ike," said Mrs. Partington, " how
do they find out the distance between
the eaith and sun?" "Oh!" said the
young hopeful, " they calculate a quarter
of the distance, and then multiply by
A V-toj:. " Pa," said nn interesting
Juvenile tho other day to bis indulgent
sire, "haven't I got a veto sis well a.s
the President?" "No, my child." "Yes
I havo, Pa ; my fifth too is a X-toc, I
"Tom," said a man to bis friend, a
day or two since, "I think it highly
dangerous to keep tho bills of small
banks on hand now-a-days." "Tim,"
said the other, " I find it far more dim
cult than dangerous."
A minister having preached the
same discourse to his peoplethreotimes,
ono of his constant hearers said to him
after service: "Doctor, the sermon you
gave us this morning having hud three
several readings, I move tint it now be
" Sin," said a Httlo blustering man to
a religious opponent, " to what sect do
you suppose I belong !" " Well, I don't
exactly know, drawled Ills opponent,
" but to judgo from your size, appear
ance, and tho constant buzzing I should
think you belonged to tho class general
ly called insects."
Daniel Vi:rstf.k was right when
ho remarked of tho press : " Small is tho
sum required to patronlzo a newspaper;
amply rewarded its patron, I care not
how- humble and unpretending tho ga
zette ho takes. Itisnoxtto impossible
to fill a printed sheet without putting
into It something that Is worth the sub
AijTTr.r. keen, bright-eyed girl of
four years, on n visit ono evening, was
being Helped to tho kneo of a gentleman
friend, nnd on being told by her mother
that sho was too large a baby to hold, re
torted almost immediately, accompany
ing her words with an emphatic gesture,
"Why, girls nineteen years old sit on
laps, and you wouldn't call them battles,
Two gentlemen walking together were
talking of tho senses seeing, feelln
and tho like. One remarked that his
sense of hearing was remarkable for It
acuteness, while tbo other was not
wonderfully endowed in tills respect,
but observed that his vision was won
derful. " Now to illustrate," said he.
" I can seo a fly on tho spiio of yonder
enure)!," 'rue other looked sharply at
tho pluco indicated. "Ah!" said lie,
" I can't sco him, but I can hear his
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teedlngsof the Kartuers' Cluhof the American
Institute: Talks about Fruit, nnd other llortlt uU
tural nnd A-Hlcitlturul Inforinatlon essential to
country lesldents; Mock. Financial, Cuttle, I)iy
(itifHls, and (leneral Market Iteports tanking II,
not it lot vitri'-t . unit t-i ininfi i-m .', tlltogl'l nt'r I lit
most valuable, iiitctestlug.nnil liistruetleYi:KK
I.Y Nl'.WM'AfKii published hi tho world.
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Ten copies, wlilicsscd to names of h ibscrlbeis'17 .10
Twenl copies, tin. do. :;i nil
Ten conies, to ono ntlilress tfl no
Twenty copies, to one address :ai tn
All c.Mia copy win on sent inr eacli eiun or ten
Tin: nhv Yoiih," hi:mi.vki:i;i.y thiih'nh
is published every liiestt.iy nnd Friday, anil eon.
t'tlns all the IMilnrlal articles, tint mcrele local In
character; Lllerary llevlows mid Ait Criticisms;
L'ittcrs fioiu our largo corps of Foreign mid De
mesne t onesHiniieiiis; special nun .tsot;iatct
Press Tvlegiunh Dcsn.ttches: a careful anil com.
nletn nummary of Foreign ami Domestic. News;
l:cliislveKeportstiftho Pi oc ceilings of thcl-'arm
rs, i inn oi nit! American institute; Talks alHatt
Fruit, mid other Horticultural nml Agricultural
(nfi ii ttmltnn Mint !f . I-'tni, lit. In I. Cult In I ip.. I !nn.l.
anil (icnerul Market ltepoi ts, which n'riMiiibllslieti
In Till-: DAILY Tltllll'Ni:. TIU: SK.M I.WKFIC
LYTItlliiMNF, iiImi gives, In tlui courso of u year,
WIST AND L ATI NT t'OPl'LAlt miVt:t.1
by living iiuthors, Tlio cost of tht-n nlnne, If
niMint ,n iioiik.iiii in, ..tiiiiit in. mini six loeigui
dollars. If pincliascd lu the Cngllsb nini'aliies.
trom widt h thcynrn eait l'iilly sclccletl, the cost
would lie tlirctiitr four times thnt sum. NiiwhiTe
elo can so lunch curicnl lutelllgeiico and pcrma.
nent llle.uiry matter li had nt so chcim a into as
in thn hi:mi.vi:i:i;ly TitiiitiNi:. Timsowho
ueiievo in ino principles nnu ii)ipitjvnnt the char.
ncterot TilKTuiiiUNKnin Increase Its power and
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big liubs to Ritbserllin for the Tiik hkm i.M'itki.y
llltlon. It will in that wuv he siiitittieil hi tliein
at the lowest prlcu lor which such n paper cna 1h!
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i iim, tit., no, , i n
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t ii sunn ii'inniing lor ju ctipit's est win icceivo nil
extia copy for six mouths.
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oxtra copy one year.
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Ilsbctl eveiv morning nnd evening (l-.imtl.iys ex.
eeptt d) ut JIO per ear; i for bIx motitlis.
Tciiiis, ensli In advance.
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bio to Tlln T'iliuiNK, Is lng safer, aro prercrntile It:
any other ui-slo of remittance. Address
Till-: Tltllll'NK, New York.
gciruLT., hhgkh & co.,
(IIINF.UAI, COMMISSION MLltClIANTS,
Will, SALT, ClIUUSU, THOVISIONS, Ac,
Nos, liSand 111 North Wharves, nbovoAlcl', St.,
Role agents for Wilcox's Wheel Urease, in bap
rols, kegs, and cans,
TOSiilMl HtlKJKIi & if. 8. FIfJTfilt,
(tto ttlcgel, Wlcst A Krvln,)
Importers nnd Jobbers of
No. IT North Third Strcel,
ussKiiii .t wooijnuri"
Wholesale Donlers In
TOIIACCOS, CIOAI1.1, 1'IPF.'s, Ac, Ac,
No. 1!1 North Third Htreel, nbovo Mniket,
JOHN U. YKAaUll & CO.,
Wholesalo Dealers In
HATS, CAW, HTUAW OOODH, AND
No. iSI Norlh Thhd Htreet,
Q 1). llOimiNS & CO.,
Northeast corner of Second nnd Vino Streets,
C L. 11KTTLH,
IlfSU, I1UNN A CO.,
No. 49 North Thlttl Htreet,
pmsimuTn, uiioTHKii & co.,
wnoLixALt: toiiacco di:ai,i:iis,
No. WI North Thlnl Sheet,
llvo doors below Ilnee,
Factories, Nos, HI ninl 1", ( Juarry Street,
J V. liASHH-'UT,
with nosa, SIIOTT A CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
CLOTHS, CASSlMF.ItKH, VIMTINOS, Ac,
No. .10 1 Market Street,
"UNUKiticn .t sjirrn,
No. I) North Third Street,
j it. liOxasTitETir,
No. 12 North Thlnl Street,
Q W. lUiAUON A- CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADI2-!,
Warchonse, No. 121 Norlh Third Street,
NOTIONS, HOSIKItY, ai.OVFS, AND
No. il North Third Street,
piKENIX STOVE DEPOT.
JIKATr.ItS, ItANOIls, AND STOVF.S,
Wholesale nnd Itetoll.
I'ATKNT ANTI-DIT.ST COOKING STOVi:.
for hentlng two or more moms,
FAllLOIt, COOKINll, LAL'NDIIY, IILATINO,
and every vailely of STOVF.s.
JOHN I. IIF.SS,
Nn. 3111 North Sec nnd Street, 1'hllailolphin.
JOHN FOX & CO.,
STOCK AND LXCHANfli: IIHOKLIIS,
No. 11 South Third Sltcet,
SI'LCIF. AND 1IANK-NOTF.S
ALL KINDS OF STOCKS AND I1UNDS
bought ami sold on commission. Attention given
to collections on nil nccesslble points.
JEXNE1)Y, STAIRS A 00.,
WIIOLEKALK FISH DKALl'.Its,
Nos. 130 nnd 1.12 North Wharves,
IIIAlUiES H. MAUPIVE,
Importer and Dealer In
IIHANDIUS, WINIH, C1INS, LIQUOllS,
WINK lllTTLIIS, Af.,
No. 122 North Thlnl Street,
ubove Arch, west side,
J()YAIi & KOYElt,
OILIlFltT, ItOYAL A CO.,
Iiiiliortcrsuud Denlers lu
Ditros, mi:dicinf.s, sricF.s, faints, oils,
GLASS, DYF. STUFFS, Ac,
Nos. SUOnntl 311 Ninth Thlnl Sticet,
JJAOEN, UOYD A CO.,
COM M ISSION M F.IlCI I A NTS,
nml Wholesnlo Denlers In
li:af and manufactuuld toiiacco,
No. 01 North Third Street,
Consignors can fotward their stock "III lloinl,"
wuiioui prepaying tho United States tax.
JgSTADLI.SII EI) 17IW.
JOIiDAN A D110TIIi:iI,
nml Dealers lu
sALTrirniK and iiiumstoni:,
No 200 North Third Street,
iiiiiicn a host,
Successors to Franklin 1 Seltzer A Co.,
Importers nml Wholesnlo Dealers lu
LIQUOItS, WINF.S, Ac,
Nos. 110 nnd 112 Nut III Third Slieet,
W. II. KOONS, Agent,
"yiLLlAM L. MADD0CK A CO.,
No, inSoilth Thllil Hlleet, opp, Oltiird Ilauk,
riMin UNION HOTHli,
At eli Hlrect, bctwetn Thlnl nnd Fourlli Blrccts,
r. VEltNON HOTEL,
Nos. 117 nnd 119 North Second Street,
gT. CHAHIiES HOTEL,
ON TIIF. LUHOPEAN PLAN,
Nos. CO, 02, 01, nnd 00 Norlh Third Streets,
between Mnrket and Arch Hired",
1 IHAHI) HOUSE,
Corner of Ninth and Chestnut Streets,
II. W. KANAflA,
fATSON A JAXXEY,
Iinsrtcrs nnd Jobbers of
SILK AND FANCY DlllXS GOODS,
No. Oil Millet Slreet,
7 A. I1KXDKY,
Siuvessor to Ilentlry A Harris,
Manufacturer nnd Wholesnle Denier 111
HOOTS AND SHOKS,
No. .Vi North Third Street,
JJ Y. PETERMAX,
w itit LirriNcorr a tuottkii,
No. 51 North Wider Slreet,
mid No. 20 North Delaware Avenue,
1EOROE H. aOUERTS,
Importer und Denhr lu
HAItDWAlti:, CUTLKItY, OUNS, Ac,
No. 311 North Third Street, nlsive Vine,
CAitrivriNos, winim)w siiadf.s,
OIL CLOTHS, MATS, Ac,
No. 3d North Second Street,
T P. HEARD,
with LIPl'INI.'OTT, IIOND A CO.,
Mnnufaeturers nntl Wholesale Denlers In
HATS, CA1S, FUItS, AND STRAW (IOODS,
No. m Market Street,
JOWE, EUSTON A CO.,
Manufacturers nnd Wholesale Dealers In
cotton YAitNs, uAitrirr chains,
11ATTS, WICKS, TI1-: YAltNS, COHDAGi:,
IlltOO.MS, WOOD AND WILLOW WAUK,
LOOK"(i (I LASS , CI.OC1CS, FANCY HASKLTS,
TA11I.K, FLOOlt, AND CAllltlAOi:
OIL CLOTHS, Ac,
No. .V!0 Market Street, south side,
J 11. WALTER,
Lute Walter A Knuh,
Importer nnd Deulcrlu
CHINA, GLASS, AND liULLNSWAKi:,
No. iril North Third Sticet,
between Itnce and Vine
Jllll. UhAKJlU .V I U.,
nntl Denlers In
CHF.MIOALS, JILDICINF-S, PATENT MKDI
CINUS, Sl'ICLS, FAINTS, OILS,
VAHNISHIX, DYKs, Ac, Ac,
Southeast corner of Third and Cnllowhlll Sis.,
RMISRCSTER A DROTHER,
Importers nntl Jobbers of
SIIIUTS AND DltAWF.HS,
HOOP SKIliTS, HANDKEItCHIFS,
TIlllEAIiS, SEWING SILKS,
TUIMMINOS, 1'OltTK MONNAIF.S,
soai-s, ri:itFu.Mi:uY, fancy goods, and
Also .Manufacturers uf
imUSHES AND LOOKING GLASSF-S,
anil Dcalcis lu
WOOD AND WILLOW W.VitK,
llUOOMS, 110PF.S, TWINIvS, Ac,
No. .TOO North Third Street, nbovc Vine,
QOTTRELL A AY RES,
Wholesale Dealers In
No. 1M North Wharves,
second tlisir above AiihSlreel,
JARCROET A CO,,
Importer nnd Jobbers tif
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS,
CASSIMERIW, IlLANKETS, LINENS,
WHITE fiOODS, HOSIERY, Ac,
Nos. IMand 107 Market Street,
nbovo Finn tli, north sldo,
JJ W. HANK'S
WHOLESALE TOHACtX), SNl'FF, AND
No. 110 Noilh Third Sticet,
between Cherry nntl Race, west side,
J OSEPH S. DELL,
Manuunurrr or und Wholesalo Dealer In
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CASSIMF.1I13, AND
No. 1 1 North Third Slreet,
COWER UARXEB .x POTTS,
iiooKsr.i.Li:us and riTA'rioNKiw,
nml llcnlcrs IK
Cl'KTAIN AND WALL VAVVAIH,
No. S7 Noilh Third Sltcet, UefoW Arch,
I'ublhheniof Sanilers's Now Honifer's, Ilrot)ks'
Arlllunellcs, Itols-rls' History of tho United
Stntcs, l'olton'8 Oulllno Mnpt, Ac. IlUllk-Ilookii
on bund, nnd iniwln lu order,
ti. w. CAitriiNTnit, iir.NHzr.v a co-
No. 717 Mnrket Street, ono door below Eighth,
DltUOS, MF.DICINra, CHF.MIOAI,
TAINTS, OILS, OLAHS, VAUNISHES, DYIX,
nnd overy other nrtletnpcrtiilnlns? to tho builness
of the best cpmllty, nnd nt lowest market rntes.
NDRliWS, WILK1XS A CO.,
FOIIF.ION AND DOMF.STIC BUY GOODS,
No. .Vil Mnrket Street,
NYDER, HAR11IS A UASSETT,
Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of
MUN'S AND BOY'S CIiOTIIINCl,
Nos. sm Mnrket, nml A2J t'onimereo Sire ot,
yy EAYER A SPRANKLE,
WllOLFXALi: GllOCEltS AND COMMISSION
Nos. 22, and 227 Arch Street,
7" 1. DURKHART,
inipiiner nun Dealer in
1UON AND STEEL,
No. (i0 Front Street,
JJURRAH EOIl CATAWISSAI
11IIM .V1 1UH IIA11UAI..
Goods lo compare with stringency of tho monoy
market Isik anil eomparo prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. Just call nt tho favorite busi
ness stand of
McNINCII A SIIUMAN,
nnd you will beniet by the obliging proprietors or
tlielrclerks, und shown through their grcntvnrltity
store freoof chnrge, of course. They will glvo you
n tnlr chnnco to spend your loose change, they
trust much morn profitably than It vnu bo spent
STOCK OF DIIY GOODS
this Spring N much larger lu nil Its varieties thsn
LADIF-S DltliSS GOODS
are of the nicest styles In market. They haTO
flue assortment of
HATS. CAPS, LOOTS AND SHOES,
SUMMEIC CLOTHS, OASSINITrs,
CASSLMEHIX, AND Vr.STINOS,
ami nuincrous articles common to such establish
mcntsbcsldes u general nssuitment of
HARDWARE, TINWAHE, CIUEENSWAIIK,
all al greatly rctltiecd prices. They wish to con
duct their business on the system of
"PAY- AS YOU GO,"
nntl they think they can nllim! to sell very cheap.
They it tiirn their thanks for many past favors,
ami ask the future patronage of their former cu
turners anil the public generally.
MrNINCH A SHUMAN.
J From und niter October 2, 1N, the trains will
p.ls ltupert as follows:
Goi.Nti Ntiitrit.-Elinlm Mall at 4 p.m.; Erlo
l'.xpress nt 2: IS a.m.
Gin mi Sot-Tit. rhiladelphln Mull nt 11 a.m.:
New Ytulc Expics nt p.m.
gkhugf. wr.nii, supt.
T ACKAWANXA AND BLOOMS-
J 11UHO HAII.nOAD.
on nnd niter March 11, 1M, rnssengcr Trains will
run as follows;
SouritWAiiD. Leave Sernntnn at 1:10 p.m. unit
a.m.; Kingston at np.M.nndlii.ViA.M.: Illooms
burg nt S:20 p.m. nnd 0:20 a.m. Arrlvu ut Northum
berland at U:.Vi p.m. and KWi a.m.
NtuiTiiWA nn. Leave Nnrthuinberlnnil nt7 A.M.
anil ", p.m.; llloomsburg nt S:2',A.M.iind KrAr.M.:
Serantimat ll:n.",..M.nnil !i p.m. Arrhent Sernn
tnn ut 12:10 a.m. ami 10:15 p.m.
,-t . t ,r FONDA, Supt.
Klngsltin, March 11. IVjl. '
NOltTH AND WEST.
FOl'lt DAILY TItANINS.
ON AND AITF.Il MAUCH 12, 1801, trnlns will
leavo as follows;
. ,. Leavo Wnsh'n. Leave Hullo.
Express Mall nrju a.m. fcno a.m.
Fast Line 7:.'1a.m. 12:10 p.m.
l'lttsburgnnd Erie Ex I:S0p,m. 7:2i) p.m.
I'ltlsbuig and Ehulra i;x..7:10 p.m. M; p.m.
TWO TRAINS ON SUNDAY,
Lenvo W nslilngton nt aw nml 7:10 p.m.
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME.
. ... ..... ii iimit i iiuiii iiaiuinnio lo PlIISDUrg,
I.rlc, or Elmlra without eliange.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE
RAILROAD. This grent lino traverses tho
...'... iiimiiii iiwitn, i.Ytt'oiiiiiit.i.ni i ciinsyjvnnia
o Hit, eltv of Erie, nf Ijtkt, Erie. It luis been
lensetl nntl js nncnttcd by thn
.inu,i ..l. HAll.lIDAI) COMPANY.
nine ot Passenger Trnlm at Northumberland :
l.K.u n E.vsrw.iiii.-Erl Mall Train, 11:2-, p. m.-hrlt-
l.xpiess Tialu, Il:2i a.m.; Elinlrn Mull Tralnl
l.n.vvn WKsrWAt:n.-Erlo Mall Train, 5 a.m.:
I-'h'i' M1"1'" lm'""i"i'.".i Elmlra Mall Train;
. .. .... . , ,, Mi,,..!!, Ul, j-.rit! .siail niltl
t,.'?,"!Vm i'" "? "liout, ehango both ways be
tween Philadelphia und Erie.
N Kv YiuiK CtiNNiHTioN, Ij'ave New York nt 9
A.M., ariivont hrlo nt M-t a.m.; Is'nvo Erlu ut i:i
P.M., uirlve nt New York nt :t:lii p.m.
Elegant sleeping ears nn nil night trains.
.... .iiii.i iiittioii it. uiig iiasseuger uuslnesf
nnply ut the corner of Thirtieth und .Mnrket
streets, rhllntlelphla; nnd lor Ireight busloess of
tilt! Clt IlllllllV'M IIL't'lltK. U1
S, II. Kingston .lr.,cornernrTwelfthnnd Mnrket
Streets, Philadelphia: J. V. R. yiinld", ! rl" WIU
Hum llrown, Agent N.C.R.R., llnltlmor... '
11. II. IlillTxrnv
Geueral Freight Aaent. Phlladeiiriiln.
H. W. G WINNER
Geueriil Ticket Agetit 1'hMntlel jiiilii.
March "n"1 Klll't'rlnU'"J,'"',t Willli'iinifKirt.
E EADIXfi RAILROAD.
Great Trunk Line fruni tlio Ninth nnd Nnrtliu-et
for Philadelphia, New York, ItemuVi 1'CttiOTllo.
ramaqua, Ashland, Lt banon, Allentown, liistou
Train's lenvo Hnrrlkburg for New York as fid
lows; At M,7:lii,iinilH:ii.-1A.M.,nu,i 2 nntl tsju p v
connecting with similar trains on thu IVni s'VN
vnnla Rallrtmtl, nnd nrrlvlng ut New York n I
nml 10A,M..iiiitU:10nnil HW.p.m. Slecnlng Cn'rs
el,ange.'n"y "'3 A,M U:'U '''M'
Lenvp Ilm rlsburg for Rending, I'ottsvllle Tnmn.
'""! ?.,,,!,,'r,"v.11!''- Ashlnnd, I'lnStlroVisAileninw
and Phllndelphl.int 7;IOAMnntl Aid K'
? m'li: I'F'i1 "'"'nnn nntl principal W y Stntlon.':
the 1)01 p.m. train making noc oso cimiipctini,, .,i
ottsyllltinr ritlla.leli.hiri. Fof imhv!i
kiii iiaveii, nnu Aiuairn, v a Sehuylklll nml sti.
.Iiiehaiina Rullrnad, leave llnrrlsburgnt 1 15
, Reluming, lcnn New York at Ham 12 m nti'.i
inni' niisvino lor i larrisimrg, via Schuvlklll
niiilSiistpiehuiiimltallroiid, nt7 aIm. mnu'1Knl
Reatlhu Arcomodution Train leaes Rentllngnt
il A.M., leturii ng Iroin Phllatlelphln ut .'. p.m.
I o liinibla Rnllroiul Trains leave Rcmlfngnt 0-2D
"Vi .''ii.VV' '",r ;l'h". I-lllas. (liluinb n, A?., Ac.
On Sundays h ave New York at :) p.m.: ridliw
V- i, ,w,u 'n ui it vi no ni o A.M. ! Tama
Now Y.!rlc. nn,, jj K'tor ridlnUci,ml:
baV:.SL;!,ii;;li,'''i":'1 .,liro"". imy iwunds ot
nagg.ige allow etl eiieh iiussenuer.