The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, July 28, 1866, Image 4
THE OIIILDBEN. tVrtfcX tlio lessons nnd tasks flro nil ended, Am ilio school for tlio tiny Is dismissed, TRcllttlo ones gather nronmt mo To Md mo " Good-night" timl be kissed ! Oil, thr little nrmx that cnclrrh) My netk In tliclr tender rmbrncni Oh, the Rmlles.thnt nro lintos of 1 leuven. Shedding sunshine of love on my face. And when they nre gone. I sit drrntntng Of my childhood too lonely to Inst Of Joy that my lienrt will remember While It waken to the pulso of tho pnt, Uro tlio world nnd Hi wickedness made mo A partner of Borrow and sin, "When tho glory of Clod wns about me, And tho lory of gladness within. 1 ask not a llfo for the dear ones, All-rodlant, as others havo done, lint that llfo may have Just enough shadow To temiK'r tho glare of the sun ; 1 Would prny Hod to guard them from evil, Ihit my prayer would bound back to myself; All I a seraph may pray for n sinner, Hut n sinner must pray fur himself. 1 shall leave tho old houo In tho Autumn, To traverse Its threshold no more; Ahl how I shall sigh for tho dear ones That meet ino each morn at tho door; 1 shall miss tho "Hood-nights," nud the kisses, And the gush of their Innocent glee, Tho group on tho green, and the ftowcis That are brought every morning for mo. AGRIOULTUKAL. lluckwlif nt The value of this crop should Instiro 1 It rt better treatment than It usually re ceives from thogcncnillty of cultivators. Ho easily is It raised, or under such nd vorso circumstances will it groie, Hint it has been denominated tho " lazy man's crop." It Is very often grown where no other crop will grow, with tho soil very imperfectly prepared; thus favoring slack husbandry, nnd still giving n remu nerative crop. Insoinclnstanccstliiscrop has been successively grown till tho soil refused to yield n return, being exhaust ed, or, da generally termed, worn out. 'There is no other crop produced, with Which I nm acquainted, wherewith the soil can bo moro cirectunlly skinned than this ; on this account, ns well as some others, it is thought unfavorably of as a grain crop by many good farm ers. Someclalm that It poisons tholand for certain other crops, especially corn, which often fails when following buck wheat. Tlio succession is certainly n bad ono, and not to bo recommended ; hut when followed by potatoes, I havo found tho ground prepared to yield si -very -fair crop. A farther objection -Js, that tho seed is apt to remain in tho ground a year or two, and make its ayi pearance in sub'sequen't crops. This ob jection is remedied witli the hoe and cultivator, by following with a hoed crop as above. Buckwheat may bo ndvnntageously grown where other crops have failed, or on ground unsuitable to put other crops in, from lateness, or being wet in Spring, "When grown only for grain, it produces better to sow as late ns possible, and havo it ripen beforo severe frosts in tlio Pall. Sown when chestnut trees arc in full blossom, it usually has nmplo time. to perfect a crop. If sowed earlier, tlio grain docs not set or 1111 out ns well, it requiring cool weather when fructifying nnd ripening to give the greatest return in grain. Late sown, it is apt to bo cut down, by frots while yet in full flower. Buckwheat, like nil other crops, rc- pays tho cultivator for doing his work well and in proper season. If, there fore, the soil is very tough, tilled with roots of small bushes or the like, where- impracticable to plough moro than once, it should bo ploughed as deep and well as is possible, after which an amoun4. of harrowing should, bo done sufllcicnt to fit a, good seed bed beforo sowing tho seed. Almost any s'oil, if prepared with caro nnd an application of u small amount of guano, phosphate, or well il composed farm manure, will prodttco heavy crops, well repaying tlio cultl vator for tho extra expense. To subduo a bush pasture, that it is desired to break up, or land that has be come foul with thistles, rushes, etc., this is an excellent crop. It grows very rap' idly, spreading its branches, takes tho lead of other plants, overshadowing them, nnd by keeping them in tho shade often subdues them, ns well as by keep ing tho roots and sods moist, which causes a rapid decomposition. Asa ren ovating crop then It has no equal. For green manuring it occupies a prominent position. Drawing a larg portion of Its nourishment from the air. it returns moro to tho soil than it o.v nicts therefrom; decomposes rapidly, loosens tho soil, thus rendering it moro permcablo to tho heat, light, and moist ure -Thcso reasons, together with tlio fact of tlio straw being composed largely of lime, magnesia, potash, soda, phos phoric and sulphuric nclds, givo it its valuo ns green manure. Its rapid ma turity especially adapts It for two crops in a season, thus admirably lifting tho noil for a crop of "Winter grain to follow. For ploughing in, It should bo rolled down and then ploughed under when in blossom. A small amount of seed two or threo pocks will sowan nero, giving several tons of green straw, which is quickly converted Into food for succeed ing crops. When grown as n grain crop, a similar quantity will stock an acre, poor land requiring a larger quantity of Beed than that in good heart. For feeding, it Is thought by mnny to nearly equal Indian corn . A pro vendor of equal quantities of corn, buckwheat, nnd oats makes an excellent feed for milch cows, for hogs, or other stock. Corn and buckwheat, mixed in equal quantities, is preferred by somo for fat tening cattle to clear corn at tho samo price. 1-or laying hens thoro is no hot ter grain than buckwheat ; in short It is ii flno feed, either clear or mixed with other grain, for any kind of stock. Tho Mraw, when properly saved, Is readily eaten, and as an occasional feed for cows. cattle, or sheep, is valuable, having no imravornblo clleet, ns claimed bv some. 'Tlio various uses to which thegraln Is put gives it lis vniuo; lor domestic uso it is jimdo Into Hour, where it Is extensively ued mado Into soft cakes and other ar ticles of human food. Its excellence for Hour depends largely upon tho manage inent of tho grain after cutting; instead of leaving it in tho swath, ns hj often tho ciise, for several tiny when cut with tho common tftnin crnilio oxiiosoti lo storms, etc., It should bo raked tltosamo or next day into small bunches or uun dlcH, cut on tho ImtH, nnd tho top3 twjst ed to Fccnro in place; if properly even- netl, nnd tho buts spread n little, it will ftnnd quito n ? troll!,' wind, and euro without tiny Injury to, and with very much less wnsto of teed ; tho straw will cure and dry out sooner and msilio bet ter fodder, tho crop is sooner ready to bo threshed or Iioii'Oil, nnd tho grain will yield n much better quality or Hour, lluekwheat may be cut with tho com mon grain cradle, or with tlio reaping machine; either, if tho grain Is well rl- pencil ami dry, will wnsto more or le.-s. The better way Is to cut It when there is a light dew on. 1 f cut with n machine, ono man should walk close to it, nnd when a suitable sized gavel Is cut, take it by tho tops nnd placo It on tho buts, raising and letting it drop to even tho onus mm straighten it up ; tno tops nro secured as oeiore. s soon its uio crop i m..i....n.. it l i.i 1... B.m.fie.my u, i rmuuu u i. io mo . arn nn. i ires ; , miir, su.ue- u'hnf niiilfi la inn lnt. limn, in innii 1 it ...m n'nutnM 41..1.1 mtf nn,nJ IL Mill UtJltl 111. Ill tlV tinj Uttii. I time. A necullarltv of this trraln is. if In thn least, damn it I vorv difficult to thresh it clean ; it is therefore best to thresh it ns fast as hauled In, for where allowed to He in a close mow of any con- sitieramo size u gamers uumpiiess mp- 1.11.. If 1 i.. U.-.. 1. 1 Hliy. Ji i.iumveiueni ... u..cS i v..i:e, ii muy nu iut uwu uu ujjuil juuw run- .1., 'i i.ii., .,',! i.,';it., ,.nr should he usetfto handle carefully to waste as little as po-islhle. 11 tllium J. Whik, In Country Gentleman. FOR YOUTHFUL READERS. cro.siup the Ntrcru. O.vii little act of politeness will some- times pave tho way to fortune and pre- ferment. The following sketch Miw- tratcs this fact. A sailor, roughly-garb- ed, was sauntering through tho streets of New Orleans, then in rather a turnip condition Irani recent ram aim ri-o 01 tho tide. Turning the corner ot a much frequented and narrow niiey, no ou.-erv- ed a young lady standing in perplexity, a.iarently measuring the depth of the muddy water between her and tlio op- polite sidewalk with no very satisfied ortimniinii(n 'llw cnilm tio itcnil uyp lift M-n a ront, ndniintr of l.nnntv. nnd mr- - , Intnl.. fl.n l,,-i,rl,f f.w.r. thnt ,w.,,,f.,l from under tho little chip hat, and the nn hum nut nniuniif ?insv niu nnenn- i i 0---0 o I fined over her muslin dress, miKht tempt a curious or an admiring glance. Perplexed, tho lady put forth ono little foot, when tho crallant sailor, with char- acteristic impulsiveness, said, "That pretty foot, lady, should not bo soiled with the filth of this lano; wait for a moment, nnd I will make you n path." So, springing past her into a carpen- tor's shop opposite, ho bargained for a plank-board that stood in the doorway, aim coming duck to the smiling girl, wno was just coquettwn cnougii to ac- ccpt theservlces of the hand.-ome young sauor, no Imogen tno narrow niacn stream, tinn snu irippeii across Willi n .... v I.......X , ...... .. . ,s r. ,.e, .... i-ju. . ....) could bo. Alas I our young sailor was perfectly eimnueu, ... cw, u...,. , u.ko ""n fnuoh nn mill nnniiiir Hin ulniilr. nnd fnii.m-ti.niittinwn.di tiimim-i, ti,ttv,.r.tu t'o lier home, sho twice performing the poromony of "mMlm the, pa,.; and each time thanking him with one of her eloquent smiles? Presently our i(,roP''"J"'.'"-'"mi.'. saw tlio young lady trip up tlio marble steps of n palace of a house, and disap- pear within Its rosewood entrance. For a full minute ho stood looking tit tlio door, nnd then with n big sigh turned away, disposed ol his drawbridge, and 1...11.1.. ji. 1. ...i. i . i . i ,cu l'llw ,,llLK " J11S ?mi'- m ,lui ""i "lls nsionisncii witn uiiun.erm promuuon irom mo captain. Poor Jack was speechless with amaze- ment. Ho lm, never dreamed of being eAiiue.i iu uiuiiigitii.v in n eeoiKi-mate s uiueu .in uuiini unu til niu iiioal spiClKllll ships that sailed out of tho port of New Orleans. Ho know ho was competent. for instead of spending his money for amusements, visiting theatres or bowl ing alloys, on his return from sea ho had ; purchased books and become quito a student ; but ho expected years to Inter vene beforo his ambitious hopes could bo realized. Ills superior officers looked upon him wltli leniency, and gavo him fair op portunllies to gather mnrltimo knowl edge. Tho handsome gentlenmnlv young man acquired unusual favor fn the eyes of tho portly commander, Cap- tain iiume, wno nail lir.-t taken our smart llltlo black-eyed fellow, with Ids neat tarpaulin nntl tidy bundle, as his caum-Doy. Ono night tlio young man, with all tho other officers, was invited to an en- lerininiiient at tho captain's house. Ho ii'i.i.f ...wl ... I.!.-. A . .l w...,.u. iUIi.,al,11mleiii,iu..uuieu I ID I III) M cini t ..W ..nn . !.. ; ::,.."r.T. """ l" u "Uluru lio -.1 I.... 1 1 i ! -M n 10 VOr ' nHo ' : 011 1,0 hai1 novt'rfOT- gotten. Thump, thump, went his bravo honrt. na i, ,,mw ni.orn,i 1,. n... ,T ..w ...... ...v.. v.w.. uuu i.tu K.ei.i, parlor; and like a sledge-hammer it beatngaln.whcnCaptalnllumobrought forward his blue-evod dnnHitor. ,?,i ,.. , . ' with n pleasant sm osa d. "Thovonnr lady onco Indelited to your politeness for a safe nntl thy walk homo." Ills eyes were all ablaze, nnd his brown checks Hushed hotly, ns tho noblo nm- tain sauntered away, leaving fair Oincn Hume nt Ids side. And lnnll that as- senility was not so lmndMimo a couplet as tho gallant sailor and tho "pretty iniuo." It was only n year from that tlmo that tno secoud-inato trod tlm quarter-deck, mi 1, v '"..ii""i,uii'i pan owner with the captain, not only in his ve.-el. but iu tlio allectlons of Ids daughter, gentlo Ciraco Hume, who had always cherished resicct, to say nothing of lo'p, for tho bright-eyed sailor. His homely, but earnest net of polite ncsa towanl his child hail pleased the I..J.U..U, umi uiuiigji i;iu yomn jiijcw it THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBWRG, SATURDAY, JULY 38, not. wtis thoeau-e of Jth first promotion. So that now tho old man has retired from buslnesi, Henry AVells Is Captain AVcIIh, nnd (Jraco Jlumo in, according to polite parlance, Mrs. Captain Vo'ln. In fact, our honest sailor is one of tlio rlchoit men in tho Crescent City, nnd ho owes, perhaps, tho ftrcntor part of bis prosperity to his tact nnd politeness In " crossing tlio street." WIT AND HUMOR. jMonr.UN "comic songs.' Absurd ditties. Tin: eyes that never weep nro the sad- (,Cijt of n ' J ' A plow from a lady is welcome if she strikes you agreeably. At what season did Kvo cat the ap ple'.' Karly in " the fall." Vn f.n does a cow become real cstnte ? when sho Is turned Into a Held. ,rm. folIo.., ,vll0 pnt ,town 01l IV ot ln lho p,mr of t10 moment. 1 1 Wit at Is the worst faro for a man to on? AVlu..fllre, Funny Founding drums Conun , . nims-a good one is hard to beat, It were better forn man never to havo been born than not to be born again. Ai'i'.itsox speaking of tho social pow or of gold, says that everybody quotes it rim,.Moiixixo. .Tones: how does ' ' )ho wol.j(1 you yu lt scd ,n0 ul)) rj. YOU. Somk antiquary wishes to know in i?, ''"i,?" b tU elll,ir 011 whidl Verbum salt" Why are books tho best friends ? lie causo when they bore you, you can shut them up without offense iVx Kmcralder, on ndmlrlng n hcautl fill ccniotcry, obscrvetl that he consul' cred it n healthy placo to bAburied in A UTTi.r. girl, hearing It remarked that all people had once been children artle.-sly inquired, " Who took care of the babies'."' Givinne a good thought to die on," ua,i n great man in his last moments, rle ei,ri,thin says, "Givo mo a good thought to live on." a,VI,,-o,,I, ,inv,miy, i.no oIel)to q b;n Ms ' lmxha on tho part of A, when ho sees 1$ in distress, 0 t.on,j,0j q j0 j10jj, ,iIn,n 4 " TlAT decrepit old man going along ii, ..... i-i.w.i..- .. ,i...i ....,1. ."" .ea.i.iiu lac, jut.ui, m i.mi, iuui.1 ?f ,ni'lu "l':!" Jml1 htrouble I'M 1 ." W I I Sll . ' Iki't'IllI ! 1.,... f 11 doctop. went to meeii a (inimy, hvho hmguidly exclaimed, "Oh, doctor, you're a great butcher !" To which the doctor rejoined, "Oh, yes, I'm used to sticKing calves." How welliieplays,foronesoyoung!" said Airs. Partington, ns tlio organ-boy performed with tho monkey near the door; and how much his littlo brother looks like him. to bo sure." Ax Iri.,l, m complained, tlio other Uny, of the harsh treatment ho received fl.on, nir, nuiier. " He treats me. said he. mournfully, "as if I was his son bv miother father and mothpr." IIahhy Tmtx married his cousin of tlie samo name. When interrogated as .... . ... ..,. ,,".... ,l ,,,, fH,nvu lin,'n ,'.,, ' , ,,. ... . onc g0od turn deserved another." " 1 w-v"1' " Hcwlng-machino,"saId nn oI'l,lll,1y. entering u shop. "Do you wIfh lora with u feller?" in- 1nlrfx th0 C4Crk- "Sakes, no; don't Awi'Ui,. A lady in Cleveland, Ohio. recently, wns observed to lcavo n trail of sawdust behind her. If ladles will wear such things to improve the shape of their limbs, those stuffed with hair are said to bo tho best. I Apiiii.oopiiKnboIngaskcdof whom ho m nt.f,uircti s() lnuci, knowledge, re nUl,(l. or tho blind, who do not lift t,iclr fL,ut unin lhoy hm,Q llrst b0umlwi wlth their stick, tlio ground on which they are going to tread." An awfully curious bore, learning that a young lady was going to tlio city, nsl ed, "What motlvo takes you thither, my dear?" "I beliovo they call It u locomotive, sir," was tho innocent reply. Tho intrusive stranger was ex tlngulshed. A Titnii'TY young man married n rosy young Irish girl, quito to tlio hor ror of his mother and sisters, but de fended himself by tho following logic: " If 1 marry an American girl I must havo nn Irish girl to take euro of her, i 'wt allord to support both." Wiidn a lady onco asked Turner, n celebrated English painter, what hh secret was, ho replied," I have no secret madam, but hard work." This is a so cret that many never learn. Labor is lho genius that changes tho world from ugliness to beauty, and tho great curso to iv great blessing. IjATOPIt MAYliotmn Inst. l,t loo. ot ' " v O tho battlo of Lelpslc. After ho had suf- '" i.viiaii;. JllierilUIl lI fc'-edamputatlon with tho greatest ago, ho saw his servant crying o, ,cmHnto crv in a corner of fir, itnuui to tr. , in a corner ol tho cour or pre room a v,.nn nr ....... i i ld 0 , Ii , ' , S " a" trim f r nu- vn ?m . i Jou nro Khtd, for now you will only navo ono ooot to clean Innteatl of two." 1 t"" A oi:nti.f.mant, who was roniarkablo nt )1R' for U'lcchtinnllsiu tlovotion and rcnmrKnUly larK ftntl startling eyes was ono evening tho subject of conver SiUlon' T,,o question niqieared to bo whether the gentleman In question wore ul'" his fnco any signs of his excees. "l t,,mk K''" Hlt(l Jci'hli I always iw...i ueii nu mis ul'ch iu ms ciqis ny U1 Slat0 01 J1H saueera." In a littlo town on tho Ohio n lady icacner was examining u class or JuvC' niles in mnntnl nritiim,.ti.. ei., inCnced tho quostion, "If you buy a cow for ten dollars" when iip camo n littlo hand. "What Is it, Johnny0" " why you can't buv no kind nf T.o,,. - for ten dollars : father sold n.m t.ivi, dollars tho other day, and sho was a regtilur old scrub at tiuit 1" jo.ski'ii lUEUKi; a n. a. i-'jstkh, (Laic ItlcKcl, Wlest A Krvln,) Importers and Jobbers of Tiny goods, No. n North Thliil Btrect, Philadelphia. USHKhL. & WOODUUFF, Wholesale Dealers ln TOIIACCOJt, C10AUS, Vll'lSt, Ac, Ac, No, 13 North Tlilrd Street, nbovo Market, l'hlladclphla. JOHN C. YFAGKU .fc CO., Wholesale Dealers ln HATH, CA1W, RTUAW UOODS, AND lAmr-s- rtm.1, No. B77 North Tlilrd Blrcet, l'hllndelphla. 0. D. HODIJINS & co uiox jii;iiLJi..M, Northeast corner of Second nnd Vine Btrccts, 1'hlladclphla. BUTTIjH, HUSH, 1IUNN A CO., DIIY GOODS, No. 49 North Third Btrect, l'lilladelphla. with jmsiiJiUTir, lmoTiiuii & co., wnoi,i:BAi.n toiiacco Di:Ai.i:itB, No. lot North Third Htrect, fivo doors below llace. ractorlcs, Nos. 22! and 241 Quarry Street, riilladelphln. J V. liAAlllKUT, win noss, snorr a co Importers nnd Jobbcrsof cloths, cAssiMr.ni'X, vr.iTixcs, Ac, No. Sill Market Street, l'hllndelphla. TUXGKIUGTI & SIITH, wiioi.usai.k onocEits, No. 11 North Third Street, Philadelphia. T II. LOXOSTKETir,. l'APi:il-l IANGINO WAltmiOUBK, No. 12 North Third Street, Philadelphia. Q. W. BLA130X & CO., Manufacturers of OH, CLOTHS AND WINDOW SIIADP.S, Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Street, Philadelphia. jyj Jr. MAHPIilS, NOTIONS, II0Sir.llY, GLOVES, AND FANCY GOODS, No. 81 North Third Street, l'lilladelphla. piKKXIX STOVE DEPOT. hi:ati:p.s, msnw, andstovf-s Wholesalo nnd Detail. I'ATKNT ANTI-DUST COOKING HTOYH VULCAN UFATIUt, for heating two or moro rooms. I'Altl.OH, COOKING, LAUNDItY, IIKATINO, and eveiy variety of STOVFS. JOHN I. IIKSS, No. "W North Second Street, Philadelphia. JOHX E. 1'OX & CO., STOCK AND FXClIANGi: HltOKKItS, No. 11 South Third Sticet, Philadelphia. SPFCIF. AND HANIf-NOTr-S, ALL KINDS OP STOCKS AND PONDS houKht and soldoneomml-aion. Attention given to collections on all acuessllilo points. JEXXEDY, STAIHS it CO., WlIOLr-SALK riSII DEALEUS, Noi. ISO anil 1.12 North Wharves, Philadelphia. QIIAltLES II. AlARPEE, Importer and Dealer ln HUANDIIX, WINDS, OINS, MCiUOIlS, winii iirrnnis, .to., No. 122 Noith Third Street, nbovo Arch, west Hide, Philadelphia. JOYAL & llOYKlt, Suecessors to OII.llFnT, ItOYAIj A CO., wiioi.i:mau: mtuaaisTs, Imporlersnud Dcnlers In imUOH, MFDICINl'X, SPICKS, PAINTS, OILS, C1I.ASS, DYF. STUFFS, Ac, Nos. 303 and ail Norlh Third Street, Philadelphia. TTAOKX, UOYD it CO., COJIMISSION Mr.UCIIANTS, nnd Wholosnlo Dealers In LEAF AND MANUFAGTUltKP TOIIACCO, SKPAIIS, Ac, No. 01 North Tlilrd Street, Philadelphia. Consignors can lbru aril their stock "In llond,' without picpaylng the United States tax, gSTABLISIIED 1703. joiidan a imoTiii:n, WIIOI.F-SAI.K OUOCKIlS, nnd Dealers In SAi.Tprrrm: and iiuimstone, No a North Tlilrd Stieet, Phlladfljihla. 1 J"II.I.KH A HOST, ' Successors to Franklin P.Seltrer A Co., " Impellers nnd Wholosalo DcaieiH ln I.KiUOItS, WJNKS, Ac, Nos. 110 nnd 112 Ninth Third Hlicel, l'hllmlelphla. J. Ll'STJOlt, Vhotesulo mid Itefnll Dealer In FOItinON AND POMIXl'IO CAItPiriS, Oil. CIXIT1IS, WINDOW SHADIX, Ac, No, S) NoilU Second Street, opp, Christ Chinch, I'lULiiteliiUla. p norm had & kauu, HOOTS AND HltOlX, No. 211 North Third Htrect, Philadelphia. riUIE UNION 110THL, X Areli Blrcet, between Third and Tourlh Streets, Philadelphia. cmtisTA wr.iir.n, l'roiirletors. S' IT. CilAltliV-S 110TKI-, on Tin: r.onori:AN it-an, Nos. CO, 02, 61, nnd M North Third Blrtets, between Market and An h Streets, l'hllndelphlu. ClIAllI.VJ4KI.r.CK'Nr.ll, Mauaiitr. -IIIIAHD nousi:, y Corner of Ninth and Chestnut Bticets, l'lilladelphla. 3I.W.KANA0A, l'rnprletor. fATSOX .v JAXXICY, Importers and Jobbers of BILK AND 1'ANCY DltlHS OOODH, Sit AWIX, Ac, No.321Markct Street, fhllndelphla. ji A. IIUXDHY, Sueeessor to Jlenury unrris, Manufacturer nnd Wholesale Denier III hoots and siior.s No. M North Third Street, Philadelphia. J.J V. I'KTKltAlAiN, with " i.ipi'INX'ott a Tiiorrr.it, wnoi,v.sAi.i:iitoci:its, No. 21 North Water Strr. t, nnd No. 20 North Delaware Avenue, l'lilladelphla. G 1 EOltCiE II. K0I5EUTS, Importer nnd Dealer In HAHDWAHi:, CUTLKHY, GUNS, An, No. 311 North Third Street, above Vine, Philadelphia. EX.1 A All X GKEEX, Denier in CAF.PF.TIXGS, WINDOW SIIADFS, OIL CLOTHS, MATS, Ac, No. 3.1 North Second Street, Philadelphia. J. I1EAKD, with I.I1TINC0TT, P.ONII IU, Manufacturer), and Whole.Mile Dealers In HATS, CA1"S, I'UIIS, AND STIt AW GOODS, No. 413 Market Street, Philadelphia. jOWE, EUSTOX & CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale Healers in COTTON YAUNS, CAHPET CHAINS, hatts, wicks, Tin yauns, coitiuai:, HItOOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WAllll, LOOK'G GLASSltS, CLOCKS, FANCY HASKKTS, T.VHLi;, FLOOD, AND CAUUIAGi: OIL CLOTHS, tic, No. S30 Muikct Street, ninth hide, Phllndolphtn. T H. WALTER, Ijite Wnltcr Knub, Importer and Denier In CHINA, GLASS, AND QUKIiNSWAHi:, No. 2:11 North Third Street, between it.icc and Vine riilladelphln. 7STABIJSIIE1) 1820. JOHN nUAKIItT A CO., WlIOLliSAI.K DIlUGG 1STS, nnd Denleis In ciinMic.vi.s. mi:dicini:s. patf.nt jifdi CINli, SPIC1X. PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW glass, VAUNISIIEK, DYFS, Ac, Ac, Southeast coi ner of Third nnd Cnllowhlll Sts., l'lilladelphla. miKHUSTKlt it 1JKOTI1KU, Importers nnd Jobbers of I10SIF.P.Y, (1I.OVIX, SlIIItTS AND nnAWKr.t, nurroNs, si'spiiNDF.ns, IIOOrSKIIlTS, IIANDKFltCHIFKS, TIIItKADS, SF.WINO SILKS, Tltl.MMINUS, POHTE MONNAIF.S, SOAI'S, rntFUMF.UY, FANCY OOODS, AND NOTIONS GKNF.ltALLY, Also Mnnurailnrers of 1II1FSIIIW AND LOOKING CILASSHS, nnd Dealeis In WOOD AND WILLOW WAltll. IlltOOMS, UOPi, TWINF-S, Ac., No. MO North Third Street, nbovo Vine, l'hllndelphln. QOTTIlKLlj it AYI IMS, Wholesale Dealers ln FISH, CHFF-Si:, Ac, Ac, No. 10(1 Noi th Whar es, second door nbovo Arch Street, Philadelphia. - jAitcitorr & co., Imjiortcre nnd Jobbers of staph: and fancy duy goods, cloths, CAssi.Mi:itus, iil.nki;ts, linicns, wiiiti: GOODS, IIOSIICUY, AC, Nos. 103 nud 4U7 Murkrt Slrect, nbovo Fomtli, noith side, I'hllndclplila. T.T W. HANK'S AVHOLUSALi: TOIIACCO, SNUFF, AND Cia.Ml WAIIUHOUHE, No. 1 10 NorthTlilrdSlicel, 1 . . between Cherry nnd Pace, west side, Philadelphia. JOSKl'lI H. DKLh, JLinufaeturcr of nnd Wholesnlo Denier in CI.OT1IINO, CLOTHS, CASSIMKIIF-S, AND VKSTINOS, No. n Noilli Thhd Street, J'UlIadclriiia. 1866. OOWHH 11MINKH & l'OTTH, 100KBi:i.I.KllB AND HTATlONlCllFt, nnd Dealers In ' CUIITAIN AND WAt.I. rAlT-UH, No. 37 North Third KtTeel, below Auh, lil'ladelpldfl. r.ibllshers ot rt.mlcrs's New Headers, tlroftlcVs A.lil.,...tl llnlinrti'M llhlor.V of lll( ITIIlletl Slale., Delion's Oullluo Maps, Ae, lllanlfll)1ts nn hand, and ninde In order. lSTAlJIilSllEI) 18M. a. w. CAitPi:NTr.ii, iiHNszr.Y a co., WIIOI.F-SALi: D1UKIC1ISTS, No. T37 Market Street, ono door below Eighth, Philadelphia. pnUOS, MF.DICINllS, ClinMICAtf, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VAllNISlllX, 1)YI, nnd every othcrarllelcpertalnlnit to tho btnlnoei, if lho iB-t ipinllly, and at lowext maruei raic. A XDllHWS, WIIiKlXH & CO., Diyilcrfi In FOllKION AND DOMIISTIC DUY GOODS, No.flOlMarltet Street, Philadelphia. . ONYDHH, HAltltlS it UASSUTT, mr -.,.1 T.,1.1.rD nf imniiaciuit n inn .nmun MPN'S AND HOY'S CLOTHING, Nos. 62', Market, nnd S22 Commerce Street, Philadelphia. vyKAVEK & Hl'ltAXKLi;, WllOl.USAI.i'i ..H1.1.1.U.T .'.' ..-mi.. MPItCHANTS, Nos. 2ii and 227 Arch Street, Philadelphia. 11UHK1IA11T, Importer and Dealer In IHON AND STF.I'.L, No. CO Front Street, Philadelphia. TTURKAH l'OIt CATAWISSA! THIS WAY FOlt HAItOAINS. Goods to compnre with stringency nf the money market. Look and compare prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Just call nt the f.ivorlto bus! nchs stiind of McNINCII .t: Bl I I'M AN, nnd you will hornet by theolillglug proprietor" or their clerks, nml shown through their great variety slore fieoof charge, of com se. They will givo y.ni a f.ilr eluinee to spend your loose change, they trust much more profitably than lt call bo spent elsewhere. Their STOCK OF DIIY GOODS this Spring Is much larger ln all its varieties than usual. Their L.vpiF.S' DI1F.SS COOPS are of the nicest styles In mnikcl. They have a line assortment of HATS. CAPS, HOOTS AND SHOlvS. SU.MSIF.lt CLOTHS, CASSINCTS, CASSIMFltlX, AND VF.STINGS, nnd numerous articles common to Mich establish ments, besides a general assortment of IIAUDWAKi:, TINWAHF., QUnENSWAUF, AND GROCF.P.IF.S, all nt greatly reduced pi Ices. They wish to eon duct their business on the system of "PAY AS YOU GO," nnd they think they can nlTonl lo sell very rhenp. They ic turn their thanks for many past favors, nnd usk tho fill nro patronage of their former eus- tomeisnud the public gcneially. McNINCII & SIIUM.VN. riATAAVlSSA HAIintOAD. J ri innaiul alter October 2, 1SW, the trains will pass Knpeit ns folloMs: (ioiMi NoiiTH. Klinlra JInll at t p.m.; Ilrle express ntKiSA.M. ioiM Sounr. I'hlli.dtlphla Jfnll nt 11 a.m Nuw Yoik Impress at 1 p.m. (iKounn wi:hh, Pupt. T ACKAAVAXXA AND lil.OOIS 1 j uvnn UAir.uoAiL on ami alter March 11, 1M.0, rassenRor Trains will run as follows: Soi'TiiWAitb. I-eavo Fernnfon nt hlflr.M.nnd :." a.m.; Klulonat lii'.M.ninltii.MA.M.: Klnoinss buiixnt N'Jiii'.M.atnl IWKv.M. Auheat Noitlmm bt-rland at W) r.M. and a.m. Xoimiw'AKi). Leao Xftrthninberland at 7a.m. nnd .' p.m.; Itlooinsburs at bvl't a.m. and b:ii p.m.; rtcranion ai a. si. ami v arrive iu !cian ton at 1:10 a.m. and 10:1-3 p.m. II. A. FONDA, Stipt. KlngMnn, March 1.". im, G 1 KKATI'KNXSYIA'ANIAHOUTK to the NOUTH AND WF.ST. FOUIt DAILY TIt.VNINS. ON AND AFTEll MAltCII 12, ldl, trnlns will lenvu ns luiiows; Leave Wnsh'n. Ix'avo Hallo. Express Mall iskS) a.m. fttm a.m. Fast Line 7:30 a.m. 12:10 p.m. Pltlsburgaiid Erin Ex t:"Ji P.M. 7:111 p.m. ruisuiirguuii i.iiuira i.x...... iu p.m. p.m. TWO TPAINS ON SUNDAY, (Pomicctiugnl Palllmore,) Leave Washington at 2:l.und 7:10 p.m. SLEEPING CAPS ON ALL NIGHT TI1A1NS. LOW FAltE AND QUICK TIME. Cars run tlunugh from llallhnore to Pittsburg, ... .....ti. .. .w.n.mi. wii.iiiki. .I.'N. DUHAItltY. fiupeilnlenilent N.C.ll.l!, PIIILADKhl'lUA AND KHIK PAII.ltOAD.-Thls great line trnveisis tlm uoitheinand noi 1 Invest counl les of Pennsvlvnnln to the ellv of Erie, of ,:il;o Erie. It has been lenseii inn. is n icriiicu oy uio PENNSYLVANIA HAILllOAD COMPANY. Time of Pie.senger Trains nt Nortluimbertand: Luavi: liAsiwAiin. Erie MallTialn. Ihi'ie.M. F.rlo Expiess Train, 8:i A.M.; Elmlrn .MallTraln, luxa A.M. I.lIAVr. WmTW.Vllll. F.rlo Mall Train, r. a.m. F.rliiExpii'.ssTiuln,7:llr.M.: Elnilrn Mull Tiulii l::ei p.m. Passenger cm s run thmughnu the Frio Mall and i.xpress iinins wiiiiout ciiuugo botn iih be iwi-en Pbllnili'liihla anil File. Nfav Youk OiN.Ni'.Tio.N, Leave New Yoik nt (1 A.M., arrive nt Erie nt H:I5 a.m.: Lenvu Erie nt l:ii nn ie n. .ew ion. ni:i:in r.M. Eleiranl sleelihur enls on nit litulit trains. For iiilorinatioii respeellng passenger business nhlilv at the collier of 'Ibbtlclb tnnl Alml.-i.t Miools, Pblladelphlii; and lor ficlght InisliiesKif Hie . inn iiin.v s litems, S. P. Kingston . I r.,eorner of Twelfth nnd Mai krt nueeis, I'liuuiieipuia : .1. m . ueynotus, j.;rni; Wlf limn Ihown, Agent N.C.lt.lt., Il.illlmore. ... j i. iiiasio., General Frclglu Agent, Philadelphia, II. W. GWINNElt, General Ticket Agent, l'hllailelphln. A. L. 'I VI.hlt, General Superintendent, W'llllnnisiiort. March a.', Il, 1 r KADI NO ItAIl.HOAD. j HUMMCII AitIlAN(!i:.MENT. April 'Ji.lMiii. Great Trunk Line In. in the Noi Hi and Northwest lor l'hllndelphln, New Yoik, lteudlng, Puitsvllln liiaqu.i,Ashhuid, Lebanon, Allenlown, EitMon Tnihrs leave Hnrrlsburg for New Yoik ns fol lows: At il,7:l'i,iiiidiMilA..M.,uiid I' and n.-j) p.m.. coiiueellng Willi similar tinlns on tlm Pennsy. vanla ltnllioad, nml arriving at New Yoik at A-lii nnd 10 a.m., nnii:i:IOuiid Hcfi p.m. Sleeping Cars uccotupitiiy tliu A.M.und U:'J) p.m. trains, without change. Uiivenarrlsbiimrorlleadliig.PoltsvllIe, Tallin. iun,.MIncivll e,Ashlnnd,Pliiuilroo.AllcnloHn, and Philadelphia at 7:10 am., and 2 an.l IWU'.m. s opnlngnt Ix banou nud pilnelpnl Way Slntlons '. ".'. ,','"' 'I'!!1.1.1 ",' ug unclose connections lor t'oltsyllleor Phljailelphla. For Potlsvllle, Seliuvl kill lluM ii, and Auhiiin, via SeliuMklll and Si'n Huelianna It.illioad, leuvo Ilarilsbiiigut I II p.m. I elurnliig, leiivo New York at II am., v m., ,i :"I'.M.;l'lilladilplilialSA.M.nni:i:.ip.5i.jP Is. villi, lit h.-l a.m. unit 2:H p.m.; Ashlaml at o ,!nd 1 i.n'l ii'i'si '''"' ''"""I''"" ul 11:13 a.m. and Lenvo l'ottsvllle for Hnrrisburg, via Siliuvlkill nnd susoucliniiiia ituiiro.id, nt 7 aIm. j Iteadhig AceoniiHlallonTiiiln lemes Iteadlug at nA.M.,reliun iiglMiiii Phlta.lclplilantSPM, , 1' ,".' I1.11. V''1','.''1 Tlul.11;' J, "V1' Heading nt 0:20 nn (1:1.1 pji, fw Epliiiiln, 1.111k, Columbia, Ac., Ac. I in sundin h Jeaw .New York at WW p.m.; M Un- uliigHily lolten, lug; l'otlsvllleat HA.H.i Tnmn. '.l'i'y Yr,Vv'M-! iiKiil."rtA.M.;u Hi Itci 'I'V't1.'? 'M,'!",r- ll 'iii'burg.and l4f a.m. for V w Vilk.aud l:2.-i p.m. lor Philadelphia. I i!,","",!!","1?"' .Mileage, Season, Exeiirslon.nnil l(lnls Jkkl'u 1,1 1' due.sl rales to and Irom all r.wu ot eadln,. Pa AprlVi00' QCHEliTi, IJEIICIICH A CO,, OIlNmiAL COMMISSION MUUCIIANTH, Dealer In I'lSIt, BAtT, CltKlWK, PUOVISIONS, Aa., No, 1H nnd 121 North WliarTf", nhovo Arch fit, PlllladelpMa. Solo agent", for Wilcox's Wliecl Oreadp, In Lnr. veli, heg., and eaw. rpllE ATLANTIC IdOXTlIliV. "Tho ATLANTIC MONTHLY, by Reneral eon penl. Ktandt nt tho heiut of American lnaRazliiM. It iininlien amotiK lis eontrlhnloni tho numt mil. nfcnt wrllcinof thuday.bolli iii,I rpeaiid Poetry, niiif IM unite ImVe iilwayH reflected wliitl In bot In AmcVlwu Literature. II baa reached a elrcit latloii nev.'f hefore unlnpd by any Amerlenn him. nilnoof thle 1M, nud It hn, by lho hum petlcJ nf I S cilVttnce n.ld 1 1 if, worth vf llf vontrihutor., Ihm-ouio llrmly llxed Hum d e ,'e.m. j The followlnt? hip niiloiitf llid IdOst liromtneiiV reKiilareontrlbuloriji It. W. KMKllSON, WILLIAM cI'LLF.N HltYANT, J. T. TltOWIIltlDGi:. ... ...... ..l.l.Ii, C. C. HA.KWliLL. ' J, (I. WIIITTIKH. U. JIIH.'ll'.M, HAYAHI) TAVLOH, IIAltltlCT II. ST0WI1. GAIL HAMILTON , It P. Wllll'I'LIi TEItMS: SIiirIo MibacrlptloiM, four ilollnrn eer Cl.lin IlATm, Two copies for seven dollnrn; flvn eople-i for lOxteeii il.it In i ; ten copies fur tlilrlj iloilnr; nnd uacli nddlllonnl copy three .lollntn. For every club of twenty Kiibscrlhetn an extra copy will bo funiMicd gnitl,or tw enty-omi co pies Mirm.il.v iiiMiiun. PiwTAUK. The poitnizo on tho ATLANTIC U twenly-foiir cents per year, and must In nil ciiam be paid nt the otllce where It la received. Sl'KCI.MI'.N COPILS of tho ATLANTIC MONTHLY will bo sent on lecelpt of tveiitv.Ilv i no A i i,v.M iu .m.i.m i.i nnn our njrfi FOLKS will bo furnWied together nt live dollarn per year. special iiiuuceiiienif. nn iiiii'ii'ii to leaenerK mill no-t mnil era to procure unbvcrlbers to our perl.Hll. all. Agent wauled throughout thn country. Addicua TH'IvNUH A 1IKI.11H, rulilWli'M, Ki 1 remoni ttireei, nosion, 3iun. o Ult YOUXO FOLKS. We rrsupetfullv Invlle uttentlon to tho following note from the nblo nnd popular Dciiuty stnloHu. pcriiitcndcnt of Scbools for Pennsylvnnla: Missis. TK'KNoli it Fim.lis, Huston, Mass.. tlK..NTt.i:Mi:N, Permit me to congratulate von on th" inarkid success of "Our Young Folks." From the lssnoof the llrst number I havo Match ed with much solicitude Its tone and clinractt'r, well knowing the Iniinenso Inilucncc, for gisxl or for ell, it would bo likely to wield. .Imlglug bv the tone which has prevailed In much of our Juvenile literature, both religious nnd secular, I n-areil that 11 scout rlblltoi-H mlizbt lack that viuni?. iiearlcdness whlcb can alone sneak to tlio child. nnture, or that tho faith nnd ingenuousness of outh might be tnmpcicd with nndtlNplaeeil by n fancy for Hie vices and deceits of maturer. oiri.. Happily my fears havo proved giotindless, and tho wholn community Iiave to thank you for pro ducing a mtiga.Iue so well ndanteil to the class fur which It Is Intended, nud so elevutliig ami rolln- U.. . II. It.lln..i...... SlIMItl.M. l IIITI'U Deputy State Superintendent Schools, 1!k. TFTlMS OF OUH YOUNG FOLKS ! $2 n yenr, In nuvail''"; llircu copies, j.,; live cojiicn, ci; irn tvi. pies, $l i;' and each additional copy t.hl. 'Twenty copies, s,tn,aud u copy grails to tho person procur ing .in1 eiuo. Special Inducements olfereil to teachers lo ncl nsagi'iits. special copy nnd circular sunt to t sons who wish to procure subscribers, for ten cents. TICKNOIt & FIF.LPS, Publishers, Hoston, Mass. YOKK liKADEll. TIip LKAnini 1h nuMlshcil ovcrv SnturJftr mornhit;. 'IVrins, hivnrlnlily. vnsU hi mlviuic .Money -nt y mall nt the rNU of tlio huiitk-r. HiMwcmiTiuN IIati-s. For n sliiplo tHpy tliroo moiitli-s, 51; for:. sli);l'upKlx months s-'; lorn kIiihU (.'tity.oiiL yciir, SI; lour copies for ouo yt'iir, l.'i; I'lslu cojiles for ono year. Ono txtru I'oity to pcttiT-uiiot elnhs of elwht, In ivty U wuvernl ti pl U-n t ii)mst nrnuiKcmeittn lme hern made lorfisjieelal WiUeiiliK-I'liK'tiHuli-Mcrlptlon to the IJ'ADhlt, which Is pn'-einilieiillr n nterlnl'Iiue Taper, Hie pnper will he iiutlf otl I( suhserlbers for thiee mdntlis for out ilollnr, inul tlio luldresses of city subscribers will 1m elianped upon application nt this odlre, ho Unit thosu who visit the Hutniuer resortM may not hn iiepnveil ol tins weekly photograph of jH)lltlciilt llletiuy, m I Nt If, dianiatk', and wK-lal lire tn thn metropolis. All contributions, buokK, htiNlnthii leiierN, eoiiumiiiiciiiioti's. cic, mum in uddiTHhea to the i:i)ITOU OP TIIll LKADKlt. 11 Frankfort Htrect, New Yoilt City. JiKW Y'OllK TIM15S. inr; iiaii.i 1 i.m tf, containing tlio latest For eign and Domestic News, Is published ilallv, sl ten dollars per uuuiim; with Sunday edition, ii. ei. e uiMiuis. Tim si;.mi-wi:i:kly TIMW, published on Tllesilavs nnd l-'riflavs. nrlcn llvo cents. In nrlill. Hon to the latest general Intelligence by telegrnpli up to the moment ot going to press, there will im found In eaih number the tullest Washington News. Kmopcon News, Willi giaphlo letters Irom our correspondents In lmiloii nnd Purls , glvlni: the lono.it public feeling abroad, is mud a si. clal nml pernianent leature. Innddltlon to Ldl loilals on nil tlio eurrint topics of tlio. lav, llm SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES has n page of enrefiilK. prepjirou coiiiiiiereini luiuier. giving ino latest 1-. nancial Newsnnil Market lteports; items of Aj. llcultiual nnd Domestic interest, compiled from souiccs ninny or which lire otherwise luncicssttiln lo the Amciicnn leader; and marriages and .u.MiiiiKcsiiiiii iu'iiiusoi uiewecK, Tlio "Si:.MI-VnF.i;i.v Itninm." nr Vnu-u knm. mnry being ncaieful synopsis nnd digest of tint newsot the day, Is alotio worth doublu tho sulw scrlplion price to tlio paiier, ns il lueserves ln imiilciiseil nml convciilenlly classllled form all news or miercst, una must prove vnluablo as a leeord to nil time, TEItMS. Three dollars per milium. Club rate urc discontinued, Tlio WEEKLY TIMES, published nt twodollnra a ear, contains, In addition to the latest general intelligence by telegraph up to the moment of going to piess, thu lullest Washington New, h.urupenn News, with gruphle letlers from our eoiresHimlcnls ln London nud Paris, giving tlm lone ol publlo feeling abroad, is mado n special anil pernianent fenluic. Iniiddlllon to Editorial on all Uio current topics of the day, tho WEIIK Li riMI'S lias n page of earu'ullv-prepnr.st com. mcrclal mutter, giving the Intest Financial New nnd .Market Heports; Items nf Agricultural and Iionu stlo Interest, compiled Irom sources iimnr oi w nun are olhei wlso inaccessible to the Ameri can render; nnd Mnrrlnges and Deaths of thn wcrlc. jKW YOKK T1U1JUNE ENLAllQED. THE LARGEST AND CHFAPEST. KNI.M'.OKMKXT 01' THIS HAII.T, HRMI-WEBKI.T, and wi:i:ki,y TimniNii. Nolwltlintandlng the fact that tho size of Till! rituii'NU lias been Increased moro tliau ono quar ter, the prlcu will lenialn lho bame. NOW IS T1IK TIMD TO HUnsCIUIlK VOH THE (JltEAT FAMILY NEWbl'APElt. THE NEW YOUK WEEKLY TI1IHUNH i I'uiiieu .in 11 iuig uoiioie-iiieiiium sheet, malt lug eight pages ol six broail eolumiis eaeli. It contains all tho Important Editorials publishsd in Inn Daily Thiiihsk. nveent n...u...., .....r..i.- Jocnl interest ; nlsn Llterury nnd Sclcntlllo Intel- igeneo; ii;viewsoi me most Impoi tnnt and In teiestlng New Hooks; the Letteis irom our laiao corns 01 coi Ksisiiuleiits: tho intest news reeeiv.il by lelegrnphliom Washington nnd nil othi rpnrl of tliecounlry; n Suiiiinniy of nil iiiiuoilnnt In. lei lgciice ot this city nnd elsewhere; u syuopsi. ot tho proceedings of Congicss nnd state Legl-U. tine when In session; the Foreign News rocdied by eyeiy steamer; hxcluslvo lteports of the nr. ( i-cdli,gsof the runners' Club of lho America Inst tutu: Talks about Fruit, and other Hoitlcu ..iu. nil., ..Kuciiuuiai inioi-uuiiion essential to eountry residents; SI. wis, Financial, Cntlle. Dry (loods.und (jenerni Muiket ltepoits; making It. both for vnilety nnd eoinpleleness, altogether ll most vuluiihle, lutei estlng.nndliisiinctlvo Wm.K. i.V Nnwii'.M'Kii publlshcil In tho woild. Ti;tt.MS. Mall subscribers, slnglo eoiiy, 1 yenr J2 00 Mall subscrlls'is, chilis of llvo in Ten copies, nddiessuil tnnnmesof Mibscrlbrrs'17 i Iwellty copies, do. do, ;i (io l'eii copies, to one nddiess p; to Twenty copies, toone address Ms All extra coj.y will be sent )r each club of telu THE NEW YOUK SEMMViEKLY TIWBl'.NT. s published i: ei y Tuesday nnd I 'rlday, and i oik lufns nil lho Ldltorlal nrtlcles, -rot mciely Iik'iiI In chnrucler; Uteimy lleviewsn.nl Art Criticisms; Lelleis Irom our hugoeoipsof Foreign nnd Dk niesllo t oiiesponiluiits; KhtIuI nnd Assoclstisl I less ielegraph liespalclies; ncaieful nnd com. pleleSmiiinniy of Foreign mid Domosllo Newst Lxcluslvulteisirtsof the Pimv. dings ot tlio Farm ers, t lub of tin, Ainerlinii Insittiilej Tnlks nlwut ................... ..w.iiuuiui.u. unu Agricuiuir.iE Dr: three or four of thn PEST AND LATEST POPLLAH NOVi:i by living nutliors. Tim cost or these nlone, l( liilit In liiBik-fonn, would Im fio n six to eight ilollais. If puii'luusrd In the Englti Ii inngiulnm, lion; which tlieyaro eurefull n lccte.1, tho cost would be Unco or tour limes that sum. Nowln i" else ran so mueli inri eiit Intclliaenco and lieinm. in-lit lllcjary nia ter bo bad ul o clienp n rale a n thu SEJll-WEEKLY TltllliJNK lliie who beliuMi In the prlnelpli nnd npiiriivo nf theiUur ric ter of Iilii'liiinuNKean lucioase Its power and lillueneo by Joining with their nelghlsjis In form IiiK clubs to subscrfbo for lho Tun skmi-Wkk m.r ..iMJiiiniiiuii j nus'K, i iiiaiuial Cattle, Dry Gissl. I1."! .I!i'",,'.ri1 .'Hi1!.!:'! Hepnrts, which nro published "v'-r ,', -V- .V Tu,,,.uili mii SE.M -WEEK. 1.1 PI LI It I IS I'. IIUI lrle..M f ,1 l.n .u. .. ... ... n. . ... ,... unu rv ... .. j .in. prlnleil'0" V1 ''r'CU w,,lt" 'u.'li n paper can I"' Mall suiiscrlbcrs, I copy, 1 year, 101 uuuUcrs...tl do. copies, do. do. ... 7 ( ., "o. S copies, nr over, euch copy, il I" Persons renillllng for pi copies SO) vAll I'cAdvu nil exlin eoiy for six months. Person remitting rr Fuoplenill will reeulvonn oxtiii eoy one ear, THE NEW YOKK DAILY TIUIH'NE is pub. Il.licil nverv mm uliig mid evening (Sundays o ceiod) at ill) wr year; f5 for sx inoutlw.. Teims, iiisli in ndvnnce, liiaiu on New Yoik, or post-omen orders, pnyn lile toTHF Tiiini'NK, being fciifer.av- picloruUo tu any ctlur Ui aIo of lemlttance. Afllress THE TltHJUNE, Ncv Yorlt.