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THE COLUMBIAN, 13LOOMSBUILG, 8Arf U11DAY, AUGUST 4, 1366.
" I can scarcely hear," she murmured,
" For Iny henrl bents loml and fast ;
Jlut unruly, In tho fur, far dlstaucu
1 run hear it sound nt Inst,"
" It l only llio rcaerK Mnglnn,
Ah Ihcy curry homo their olicnvcn;
Anil tlio evening breeze, has risen,
Anil rustics llio ilyhrg Ickvcs."
" Listen t there nrn voices Inuring,"
Calmly mill r-ho Hffnvo tn sioul(
Yet her voter grew faint nnd Iremlilhiir,
Ami llio led Hushed In lier cheek.
"It In mily tlie clillilicn playing
llelow, now tliclr work Is done,
Ami they laiiKluil Hint I heir eyes nrodnirlcd
lly tlio rays of tlio telling sun."
Fainter Brew lier voice, aint weaker
An with anxious eyes silo crlwl,
" Down the avemiu of chestnuts
I can hear n horseman rlilc."
" It Is only llio ileer Hint Were frilling
In ii lieiit on tho clover i;ras;
They were stnrtleil, mill tloil to tho thlcltct
As they mif tl if rentiers pass,"
!fow tho nlclit nroso In silence,
Hints lay In their leafy liet,
Ami Hie. ileer coitcheil In I In- forest,
Ami tho ehllitren wore nt rest j
Tliero was only n sound of weeping
t'lom watchers roiiml a lieil,
Jlut nut to tho weary spirit,
J'cucu to thu iitlct Dead 1
Causes nnd ?InnnKtuieiit of Dlicnsc In
Movr of the diseases may ho prevent'
L-d by proper cure tn general treatment
of swlno. Dry, clean, and woll-ventl
luted .sleeping apartments', proper food,
of sulUeicnt variety. Tho general Idea
la, iVti good enough for tho hog, and
every filthy ami nauseous thing is
thrown to him rotten potatoes nnd
fruit, spoiled bread, highly fermented
and decomposing farinaceous substances,
dead animals, from whatever cause, and
much other unwholesome refuse! Those
things, without a sufllcient admixture
of other more wholesome- food, together
with lying on dung heaps, inhaling any
quantity of deleterious jrti, remaining
far too long on muddy and cold ground,
too long exiiosed In inclement weather,
etc., are fruitful sources of disease, and
it will bo found much easier to guard
against these things than to administer
medicine to a hog minus his appetite.
The discovery of any diseaso in or on a
pig should lie the watchword for tho re
moving him from his companions, if he
lias any. An unusuid appearance of the
hair, or redness of tho skin, indicates
mange ho should bo well washed with
warm water, soap and brush, then rub
most any kind of oil or grease over him,
nud repent tho operation In a few days
if he does not appear all right; If too
costive, administer any purgative as you
would to ti human subject. A few doses
of dissolved copperas, or of sulphur
given in their feed, will help to eradi
cate almost every skin disease. Cop
peras is also good for what is called tho
kidney-worm, indicated by weakness,
or tho loss of tho use of tho hind parts,
nnd still have a good appetite. When a
pig appears crippling or unwell, exam
inoand clean out tho orifices in tho in
eido of tlio foro leg. Tho most success
ful medicine I have ever tried for skin
disease, and perhaps as a preventative
of any other disease, is warm witter,
soft son) nnd brush, frequently applied,
witli plenty of good wholesome food
given, not too warm, plenty of wheat
straw, in a dry, sheltered, and not too
eloso a sty. For diarrhoea or looseness,
chnngo tho food to u more binding diet ;
wliolo rye is good, also corn or Hour, and
use common sense, as in treatment of
a human patient, in all eases. A conven
ient modo of washing pigs is to hnve a
narrow, deep store box, put the pig in
no squealing, or splashing of water over
I logs will feed better and cheaper few
in a sty, say about two, as they will eat
their food moro leisurely, keep quiet
and contented ; whereas when many aro
together, they seem to forget even com
moil respect for their companions, and
rush frantically to tho trough, eat rap
idly, knock one another about, beat oil'
tho weaker portion, waste tho feed, nnd
keep Hi) a general excitement. Tiomus
Wood in Country Gentleman.
Givis all kinds a slinro of tho daily
waste, butter-milk, loppered milk, etc.
Collect eggs daily, kccp'in a cool place
in close boxes, set on the points, and
packed in Indian meal, bran, or slaked
lime, inverting tho boxes every two or
three dnyi.- In tho moulting season
heus cease laying. Keep chickens well
fed, and growing rapidly. Give scalded
cracked corn, wheat screenings, Jlromus
grains, etc., with freo run for green food
and insects. Seo that fowls have clean
nnd deep dust baths, In which a Utiles
qutek-linio or wood ashes occasionally
thrown will bo fatal to lice. "Whitewash
roosts and nest-boxes.
It is a great temptation sometimes to
sucker corn for tho sako of getting
green feed for cows. "Wo do not believe
in suckorlng com nt all, though with
riomo kinds It may have no evil effects.
"With many varieties wo feel sure that
tlio suckers nro important to secure tho
proper tilling out of tho this of tho oars,
tho tassels coming Into flower a little
later tlinn those of tho main stnlks, tlio
lntcr-maturlng tip kernels of the ear are
thus fertilized, l'ull weedsnmongcorn,
bufdo no hoeing after tho ground is
There is-no moro important subject
tiian tlio supply of fresh and pure water
for tho stock in tlio pasture and In tho
yards, tho lack of It cannot ho made up
by tho bent of feeding nud other erne,
It Is very bad to bo obliged to tlrivo
cattle fur for water. Young calves nud
enttln tiro often seriously stunted by a
Hiiort supply ot water lu August.
btrau'lx nil .
Hvn.nt.ks may be rooted In small pots
and set In beds, where they will bear u
moderate crop noxt year. Keep tho
runners clipped when, close eulturo is
Sulfct tho young canes that nro to
fruit noxt year, and give them tho ad
vantage by removing all others.
Urti: nil (IIIIroiu'o to prevent tlio cowh
drying, kIvIiik jjotxl iKistunijfo, ox tin
food if niTcssury, nnil plenty of puro
writer. Furrow cows to lio ftitlonod this
l-'ull should bo drlcil oil' ht-foro Soiitoin-
lior, iintl kont lu ixood llesli, ht-liiL' fed so
ih to ho on tho gain till tho time.
Illni htici rlrx.
Sror tho growth of nun print ennes nt
t eoiivenloiil lipljrlit, olso thoy will grow
out of reach nnd bear lest fruit.
FOR YOUTHFUL READERS.
FoiRltc li our Trc ii?rs.
" 2I AY I usk a shelter for tlio night V"
said a gray-headed man, pausing at the
gateway of a beautiful cottage.
"Yes, sir; 1 think father will bo
willing, I'll call hlni out;" nnd tho flue
little fellow bounded toward tho house,
soon returning with nn elderly man,
"Blr, you nro heartily welcome I
see u storm is gathering ; walk in nnd
consider yourself a guest for tho night.
"With slow faltering steps very slew
nnd faltering tho man with silvered
locks moved nlong toward tho lioue.
They led him into a beautiful parlnr,
where pretty children with laughing
eyes and winning lovo ways gathered
about his chair; and what with smooth
ing the sunny locks of one?tind answer
ing eager questions of another, ho felt
himself indeed a guest and nostranger.
Ho looked poor, travel-stained, and
time-worn; one would judge by his
garments that he had known bitter
want; but tho mother and father nud
nil the pretty children thought none
the less of him for that. They spoke
even with kindlier words, as if they
could mako of them a balm for ids
poverty. And they gave him an hon
orable seat at tho table, saying silently
to themselves thcsotouching words:
"l'lly the sorrowsof n poor olit man,
Whoie Ircjnbllns limbs hae bnrnn him to
Whose days have ilwlnilleil to the shortest spnn,
Ohl rIvo relief, nml Heaen will bliss your
Aftern supper that seemed to refresh
him, ns dates found in n desert, they
led hint round tho lioue that ho might
enjoy from various points tlio gorgeous
scenery of Autumn ; for tho threaten
ing clouds had rolled away, and left
only the crimson glory of a full-orbed
It was the hour of family worship.
Little faces grew subdued, nnd only less
merry. The piano was opened, and tho
fairy lingers of the eldest daughter play
ed some sweet homo melodies, every
infant voice joining in with beautiful
pathos. And tho prayer was very
touching and tho words mo.-t fervent
exceedingly so, where ho said, " For
give us, oh! our Father, as wo have
forgiven thoso who have wronged us."
After tlio. prayers were ended, the
stranger sat for a long time in silence;
perhaps ho was drinking in the silent
beauty of nature, for the moon lay
broadly over a thousand fields, It seem
ed, and crowned the mountains witli
At last ho said, turning abruptly,
"Do you hope to be forgiven as you
have forgiven V"
"Most certainly I do," replied the
host smilingly ; " why do you ask V"
"Ay! but havo you ever mado a
trial of your heart? Were you ever
deeply, cruelly, bitterly wronged'.'"
A sudden shadow passed over tho
calm face, and it was sonio moments be
fore the reply camo.
" Yes, deeply, cruelly, bitterly wrong
edso that for a time 1 guvoupnll hope
in man I fear in God. Hut a divine
power has taught mo to forgive; and I
know from my very soul I could em
brace my enemy now wero he but liv
ing." "And I," said tho old man, " once
ruined tho hopes of n whole, a happy
family, and inflicted a blow upon a
loving head for which 1 havo never for
given myself. For," and ho laid ids
shaking hand upon tho hand of the
other, and peered closely in his face,
" it was tho heart of u mother I broke,
and tho spirit of a brother I made deso
late." ills host shrank from his wild look,
withdrew his hand from under that
shaking clasp, and gazed at him in wild
The old man sorrowfully shook his
head. " Ho all abhor me," ho said piti
fully, " for 1 tell my story wherever I
go, and men lovo me no lunger."
" Nay, I hate you not," said tho other
hurriedly; " but, for tho lovo of Heav
en, your name?"
" It is tho sanio as yours," said tho
old man, his lips quivering.
"And bles-ed bo God, you aro my
brother !" "
" Your brother !" ho exclaimed simul
taneously, and they fell weeping liko
infants into each other's arms.
"My poor brother!" murmured tho
youngest, gazing from head to foot at
his shabby habiliments; "thank God
you have found a home live with us
always. "Wife, take him by tho hand;
It Is my brother, my only brother, come
to us needy, t hut we may give him of
our bounty with new delight. A happy
man am I this night! Ohl brother,
never, never doubt but you have been
long forgiven; this shall testify," and
folding his nrnis about the aged form,
ho kissed him fervently on his check,
milling, " now ns when wo wero infants,
let us love ono another."
The poor old man sobbed with Joy.
As soon as ho could find voice, ho said :
"ith-si thee, my brother! i urn indeed
poor In gratitude but you iiii-dako 1
have u fortuno so largo that it burdens
mo. Take It, it is yours nnd your chil
dren's. For this 1 sought you, but
trembling, lent J should hear tlio words
of hate, llo rich, brother all is yours
only let mo share u corner of your house
let mo see tho dour fates of your chil
drenI ask no more."
Need 1 say a happy family gathered
round (he morning table?
A B.NTTirn:i heart Is better than n
WIT AND HUMOR.
Hur.WF.iw' language lie-brew.
Lfntusj in Umbra Under a lent tim
brel I a.
Tut: best oil for railroad purposes
Tin: soul goes highest when the body
"What Is the key-note to good breed
ing? H natural.
l'uxcit's new naino for tho petroleum
Tit i: pawnbrokers' favorlto time of
year The season of Lent.
Amuhi:mf.kt for young ladles on n
wet afternoon Knlttlngtheir eyebrows
A MiHF.iiAin.i: old fellow, In order to
save the expense of gas., uses " tho light
of oilier days."
Why is a washerwoman tho most
cruel person in the world ? Hecuuso she
wrings men's bosoms.
Tin: man who courts a young lady lit
the starlight probably expects to get a
wife in a twinkling.
Ax exchange conies to us with a no
tice, " ' For the evil elR-els of Intoxicat
ing drinks,' see our outside."
There Is one thing that confounds all
infidelity; no one ever repented being
n Christian on their death-bed.
Wf. pass our lives in regretting tlio
past, complaining of the present, and
indulging false hopes ol the future.
"Wuv nre books tho best friends? Hc-
eauso when they bore you, you can al
ways shut them up without oll'ense.
"I do not say tlio man will steal,"
said a witness on trial, " but If 1 was
chicken I'd roost high when ho was
Ax Irish editor, in speaking of the
miseries of Ireland, says, "lier cup of
misery has been for ages overflowing,
nnd Is not yd full."
"Wiif.x our desires nre fulfilled to the
very letter, wo always find some mis
take which renders them anything but
what we expected.
At what hour did tho devil make his
appearance in tho Garden of Kden?
Some time during the mgiit. no cer
talnly came after Eve.
" I know every rock on tho coast,''
cried nn Irish pilot. At that moment
the ship struck, when ho exclaimed,
" And that's ono ol them."
Voi.TAiiti: said of jrudcmoUello do
Tiivry: "She was so beautiful that I
niNetl niv long, thin body, and stood
before her like a point of admiration."
"Wr.iTi: vour name by kindness, and
love, and mercy on the hearts ot the
people you coino in contact with, year
by year, and you will never be forgotten.
Pomfhody says that law is like a
sieve vou can see through it for noth
ingit is so full of holes, but in order
to get through it you must be well
Tin: boy who was told that the best
cure for tho palpitation of the heart was
to ston kis.-ingtlie girls, said, "Jl that
is the only remedy, 1 say lot her palpi
Josu Hillixos says that if a man
profes-es to serve tho Lord, he likes to
see him do it as well when he mea-ures
onions as when he hollers " glory halle
"Wiiux lias a lady more water In her
system than when she has a cataract In
her eyes, a creek in her back, a waterfall
on her poll, and her shoes high tied."
"When she has a notion (an ocean) in her
A xotf.I) itinerant preacher once
said of a grasping, avaricious farmer,
that if ho had tho whole world enclosed
in a single field he would not be content
without a patch of ground outside for
Tin; editor of a country paper in Wis
cousin says that he felt called upon to
publish Father Lewis's sermon on tlio
" Locality of hell," as it's a question in
which nearly all his readers were deeply
"Do you consider lager intoxicat
ing?" t' Veil, ash for did, I gant say
I irink feefty to seexty classes a toy,
and it to-li not hurt me, put I don't
know how it would pe if a man val;
to make u hog of hlssolf."
Ax old lady who had insi-ted on her
minister's praying for rain, had her cab
bages cut uii by a hailstorm, and on
viewing tho wreck, remarked, that she
never know him to undertako anything
without overdoing tho matter.
A i.itti.f, boy, on eonilpg homo from
church, where ho ha I seen a person
work tho bellows of t.io orfran, said to
his mother: "Oil, irnnnm, I wMi you
had been at church ti-day such fun!
A man pumped nuislo out of an old
ToAConitiisi'OXDF.NT. A gentleman
troubled with a short memory having
acquired tlio bad habit of turning down
a leaf of a book tons to remember where
ho left oil', writes to say that ho never
can recollect a street that he's only been
In once, llow Is he to remedy this de
fect? Very simply; let liini do as ho
does with ids books, turn downacorner.
It Is reported that u few days ago tho
Hov. Henry Ward Heeclier crawled
through a plpo In his now church organ,
having been challenged to do so by ono
of his flock. Upon coming out, cover
ed with dust and perspiration, ho em
phatically announced : " I want no man
to tell mo anything about this organ ; I
know till about it ; I have been through
A ii:xti.i:max, onco upon.n tlmo, en
tered a small shop in which vegetables
were kept for sale, and inquired of tlio
proprietor if ho had any onions. "On
Ions, onions," repeated tho vegetable
dealer, "onions! no, sir, I bollevonot I"
After tho gentleman hail left, tho per
plexed vegetable man scratched his liead
a moment, and then, as if struck by a
sudden solution of tlio mystery, ho ex
claimed: " Wonder If the darned Igno
rant fool did'nt mean luglons?"
JOBUI'II KllXiFLvt Jl. . F1STF.H,
(Irtto ltlcfcl, WlMt & Krvln,)
liiilKirltm nml Joblicri of
No. 47 North Third Street,
jUfjsJlXL it wooimui-T,
. Wholci.ile Dealers In
TOIIACCOS, UIOAIttN l'll'IlH, AC. Ac,
No. 13 North Thlnl street, nhovo Market,
JOHN U. YKAGKIt it CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
1 1 ATM, CAPS, BTKAW GOODS, AXD
No. 2j; North Thlnt Street,
Q D. HOIUJINS it CO.,
Norlhenst comer of Sccontl ami Vine Street",
Q L. HETTLi:,
iirsir, nuxx a co
No. la Xorth Thlnl Street,
jYHlSlLUUTil, HitOTII 1-211 it CO.,
wnoi,i:sAt.i: toiiacco 1)i:ai,i:iw,
No. 151 Ninth Thlnl Street,
five iloora helow llaec.
Factories, Nix. 121 nml 223 quarry Street,
j v. LAiur.r.uT,
llllh IUIS, SIIOTT & CO.,
linimrlcminil Jobbers of
cloths, oAssiMnmsi, vixrixas, Ac,
No. ft)l Market Street,
TUXGKKK'II it SMITH,
No. I! Xorth Thlnl Street,
T H. LONGSTHKTH,
No. 12 Noi th Thlnl street,
y W. ULA110N it CO.,
oir, cloths and window shaws,
Warehouse, No. 121 Ninth Thlnl Stiei-t,
"jyj" M. MAHl'LK,
NOTIONS, IlOSIiniV, OI.OVIX, AND
No. i! North Thlnl Street,
1UKXJX HTOVK DLl'OT.
IIKATIIIIS, IIAXOFS, AND STOVKS,
Wliolet-ali-aiul Iti tall.
FATIIXT ANTI-DUST COOKING HTOVIJ.
vulcan m:ATi:it, i
for hcathiK livo or more room.
l-AULOU, COOKING, LAUXDHY, IIKATINO,
ami every variety of STOVKS.
.mux i. iir.ss,
Xo. 1110 Xorth Seeonil Street, l'hll.nlctphla.
JOHN K. FOX it CO.,
STOCK AXD F.XCHAXOi: llttOKFItS,
No. 11 South Third stieet,
Sl'i;CIi: AND IIANK-N0TI5I,
ALL KINDS OF STOCKS AXD HOXD3
bought and sold on commission. Attention given
t illeetlons on all aceCKslble points.
J12XX12DY, STAIHS & CO.,
WIIOLllSALi: FISH DHALFUS,
Nos. MOunil 1 13 North Wharves,
Q1IAULF.S II. MAHl'Ll-2,
importer and Dealer In
IlltANDIFS, WINIJs, GINS, LtqUOItS,
wink i;irn:iis, .vi-.,
No. 12.! North Third .Street,
nbovo Areh, wont hide,
poYAL it ItOVKIJ,
OILDFIlT, 110YAL & CO.,
Importers and Dealers lu
IlItUGS, MFIHUINKS, M'ICKK, t'AINTS, OII.sl,
GI.ASS, DVi: STFIT'S, ,U,
Nos, ;M and 311 Noi Ih Thlnl Mieet,
A01-2X, 150 YD it CO.,
CO JIM lsslON JIF.IICIIA NTS,
and Wholesale Denleih In
LUAF AND JIANUFACTl.'llFD TOIIACCO,
No. Ct North Third Street,
ConslKiiors call firwnid their stock "In llond,"
without piepnyhortho United Stales tax.
wi iom a a i toci : i isi,
nnd Dealers In
HALTrirnti: axd hhijistoxi:,
Xo 2i Xorl li Third Street,
JILU2R it HOST,
HucecMsnm to FiniiHlIn I1. SelUer A Co.,
Inipoiiersiuid Wholesale Dealers lu
Liquors, WIN!. Ac,
Nos, 110 and 112 Notlh Third Hln el,
Wholcnloiiud Itdiill Diiilerln
roltHIGX AXD D0Jti:TI0 CAlll'UIS,
GIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SlIADF-S, Ac,
No. 20 North bt'cond street, opp. Christ Church
-pitODHFAD it KAUH,
Mnmifncturers nfid Wholcsnlo Dealers In
hoots and sttoi;",
Xo. 211 North Thlnl Street,
riMlE UNION" HOTEL,
Aleh Sttcct, between Third nnd Fourth Sired',
T. CHAHLEsJ 110TFX,
ox Tin: KUitofFAX flan,
Nos. BO, C 01, nnd M North Third Slicets,
between Market nnd Areh Streets,
Coiner of Ninth nnil Chestnut streets,
II. W. KAXAOA,
ATSON & JANNI2Y,
Importers nnd Jobbers of
BILK AND FANCY DIIFSM GOODS,
No. 3JlJIarkct Stieet,
T? A. 1II-2XDKY,
Sueees-sor to Hendry A Harils,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
HOOTS AXD SIIOKS,
Xo. . Xorth Third Street,
JJ V. FKTHUMAN,
with Liri'IXCOTT A- TItOTTEIt,
No. 21 North Water Street,
and No. 21) North Delawaro Avenue,
t.FOHGK H. HOHKUTS,
Importer nnd Dealer In
HAHDWAIti:, CUTLFHY, GUNS, Ac,
No. 311 North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
CAItFirriNGS, WINDOW S1IADF.S,
OILCLOTHS, JIATS, Ac,
No. ."1 Noith Seeonil Street,
J 1'. H 1-2 AIM"),
w ith Lirrixco'iT, r.oxi) a co
Mnnuf.irtnrers and Wholcsah- Dealers lu
HATS, CA1-S, Fl'ltS, AND STHAW GOODS,
No. tl:l JIarket Street,
JDOWK, lCL'STON A CO.,
Jtanurnetmers and Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YAttXS, CAHIT.T CHAINS,
-nATlTJVICKS, TIK YAHNS, I'OIIDAGF,
HHOOJIS, WOOD AND WILLOW WAIUI,
LOOK'U GLASS US, CI.( 1CKS, FANCY HASK F.TS,
TAHI.i:, ri.OOlI, AND CAH1UAGI-:
OIL CLOTHS, Ac,
No. Si) JIniliet slrect, south Ride,
T II. WALTKU,
Impoiter and Dealer In
CHINA, GLASS, AXD QL'IXNSWAHF.,
Xo. all Xorth Thlnl Street,
betw ecu Hace and Vine
nnd Dealers hi
CIIFJIICAt-S, JIFDICIXFS, I'ATFXT JIIIDI
CINKS, SI'ICl-S, r.VlN'lS, OILS,'
VAItN IS1I1, DYIX, Ac, Ac,
Southcnst corner of Third nnd Cnllowhlll Sts.,
HMHKUSTKU A HKOTIIEK,
Inipoi teis and Jobbeis of
hlllHTS AXD DItAWF.ItS,
THHFADS, SLWIXO SILKS,
THIJIJIIXGS, FOllTi: JIONNAIIX,
so.vi-s, ri:ui'U.Mi:iiY, fancy goods, and
Also Jlanufiu Hirers of
HHUSllliS AXD LOOKING GLASSIX,
and Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WAItK.
HHOOJIS, ItOFKS, TWIXI5S, Ac,
No. m North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
QOTTHHLli A AYitKK,
Wholesale Dealers lu
No, IMNi.rlh Wliiirvis,
second door iiIhivo Arch Slreet,
jjAHCltOFl1 A CO.,
Impoi Icii mid Jobbeis of
STAl'Li: AND FANCY DllY GOODS, CLOTHS,
CAS.SI MKIUX, HLANKFTS, I.INKNS,
WIIITi; GOODS, IIOSILHV, Ac,
Nos, ITmnd 107 Jlaikel Street,
al. o vi' I'oiillh, inn Ih side,
JJ" W. HANK'S
V 1 1 0 L 1 IS A 1 ,1 ; '1 1 1 1 1 ACCO, S N l J FF, AND
Xo, Hi) Ninth Third SHcel,
between Cheiry nnd Unco, wei.t side,
JOSI'21'if H. D12LL,
jiauuianurerot aim Whoie(,nlo Dealer In
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CARSIJIF.H1X, AND
No. I) Not Hi Third Street,
OOWI211 HA UN liS it J'OTTri,
liUUIsrai.lilil.llo .Tl. Vi iw.si.ltr-,
nnd Denlers In
CUltT.tlX AND WALL PAVF.IIH,
No. 3T Noi Ih Third Stieet, below Arch,
I'ublMicrsof Sanders" New lteriders, Ilroolts's
Allthmellis, Huberts' History of tho United
States, I'elton's Oittlltfn .Maps, Ac. lllank-llooks
on liniiil.niid mndn loonier.
"'a. w. cAitrnxTi-.tt, m:Ns.t:Y & co
No. 7ST Mnrket Street, one door below Flulilh,
intiras, jii:diciXi;s, ciinjiicALs,
FAINTS, OILS, OLASS, VAUNISllHS, DVf-S,
and every other article pcrtnlnhn; to llio IiukIiicm,
of Hie beet iiuallty, and nt lowest niaikct rates.
NDHKWS, WILKINS it CO.,
FOHHIGN AND DOJIISSTIC DllY GOODS,
No.SO-1 Jtarket street,
gNYDFU, IIAIUUS A- DA.SiiF.TT,
Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of
JIHX'S AXD HOY'S CLOTHING,
Nos. 52) JIarket, nnd 522 Commerce Street,
"yEAVF.U it Sl'HANKLl'2,
wiioixsau: Gitocniis axd cojijiission
Nos. 22iand 22T Areh Street,
T I. HUltlCilAHT,
Importer nnd Dealer In
lltdN AND STF.KL,
No. (') Front Street,
UHHAH FOR CATAWISSA!
THIS WAY FOll HAUGAINS.
Goods to compare with strhiseiiey of the money
mnrket. Iiok nnd eoniparo prices before pur-chasln-;
elsewhere. Just cull nt the favorite busi
ness stand of
McNINCH A SIIFJIAN.
and you will be met by Iheobllalnit proprietors or
t heir cletks, and shown tlirou;li their ureat variety
store freoof chnrKi-, of course. They will idvo yiu
a fair ehnneu to spend your Ioomi cIiiiuko, they
tiusl much more profitably than It cm be spent
STOCK OF DllY GOODS
this Sprlnc Is much larger lu nil Its varieties thnn
LADIF.S' Dltl-SS GOODS
nro of tho nicest styles In mnikct. They haven
HATS, CAIS, HOOTS AND SIIOKS.
SU.UJIFlt CLOTHS, CASSIXLTS,
CASSIJIi:i!Ft, AXD VF.STINGS
and numeious articles common to such establish
ments, besides n Ki'iiernl nssortiuent of
HAHDWAIti:, TIXWAlii:, liULFNSWAHi:,
nil nt creatly rcdueeil prices. They wish to con
duct their business on the system of
" FAY AS YOU GO,"
ami they think they can oll'ord to sell vervcheap,
Thoyietuin their thanks for inan, past lavors,
nud ask the tolui'c iMliouai;i ot their loiiuer cus
tomers and the public Hcnoially.
JIiNIXCH A SIIFJIAN.
rt ATA W 1SSA IIA I liltt )A 1).
W t'lom and a tier October 2, lsf.'i, the trains will
pass Uupell ns tollolis;
Goimj XoiiTii.-Klinlm Mall nt -I p.m.; F.ilo
i-.xpiess ni '.lis a.m.
Goimi Simiu. rhllnilelphla M.-ill at 11 a.m.
New Yoik Kxpiessat I l-.M.
(iLllHGi: Wl'.llll, Supt
T ACKA WANNA AND liLOO.MH
Jj HL'IIG HAILHiiAl).
mi and alter Jlaieli II, Isul, 1'assengerTrnlin will
i un as loiiou s ;
S'iii'tiiw m:ii. Leave Sernnton nt l:ln i-.m. and
ki'iiia.m.; iini:s!iin in iii-.m. nuiii,:.v, .m,; iiinoms-
inirani n. ii a.m. .n ieat .Nortliiiiu
beilainl at H:iU l-.M. and ll:.i.'i a.m.
Noll I IIWAIIIi. Leaie Nollblllllberlnlld at"A.M
nun a r..n.; iHoiimsoiii ai s:, a.m. and ii:2i p.m.
Siiantiiii nt Ihir, a.m. and (I i-.m. An lie nt Hcinu
ton at 12:10 a.m. nnd lint .j i-.m.
II. A. FONDA, Supt.
Klneston, Jlnreli !". ISfji.
ft 1 1 1-2 AT 1M-2N NS Y L V A N I A HO UTI-2
V-S to Hie
XOltTII AND WKST.
FOtTIt DAILY TltAXINS.
OX AND AITIlll JIAHCII 12, ISOI, Irnlns will
,, Leave Wnsh-n. I.envo Hallo.
JAIUCSS JIull ll:JI A.M. imju a.m.
I list Line 7: lilA.M. 12:10 i-.m,
l'lltsbliruillld HlleFl I.'IOI'.M. 7:'.1ll'M
1'lllsbui'K and Hliiilra i:v....7:lo i-.m. (;5 j. m
TWO TItAIXS ON" SUNDAY,
Invo Wasliliiu'ton at 2: 13 and 7: 10 i-.m.
8Li:r;rix cars ox all night tiiains.
LOW FA HF AND QUICK TIJli:.
('nrsruii Ihrouah fiom Ilalllmoro to Flttslmri;
Frie, or Fhiilui without ehnne.
.1. N. Dt'HAHIiV.
DlIILADHIil'IIIA 'AND KIMl
X ltAll.ltOAD. Tills (.-lent line traveises Iho
...1.... in .no in ii iiiesieiiunilesol reillls) llan ,t
o tho eltv ol File, o lMu, Dili.. Jt has be,.,,
Iiiised nnd Is oin-rnleil hv the.
I'HNXSVIA'A.NIA It'.ULlfhAD f'OJIFANY,
nine ol rassenai-rTialns al Noiilmniberliiiid:
..Lkavi: l-:Miu-Aiiti.-i:rii Jlall 'liulii. ii:--.i. m .
iir'V m"'"S r",l"iii:i'A-M-i LlmliaJlnUTialn,
'l.r.AVK Wisrw-Aiin.-Frle Malt Tiiiln, r, a.m.;
..... iiuiu, i.iiuin, .smii -i rum.
rasi ni rears run throuiih on the File .Mall nnd
twei n riillndelphla and Frio.
.Ni-w om; (owi.ruov. -Leave New York al n
a.m., iirrlM-nl File al n:t. .m.; Uavel.'iieal l:V
..-..,...,... ..1.1,-,, .,lvll ..IT, ,S.
l.leK.inl sliH-pluidMin on all nlaht trains,
lor iufiii motion respecting pasM-nm-r business
npply at Jbe corner of Tliiiileth M...1..1
Mm Is, rhlladeiiiiim; ,i fr fu.i,.,t luisincsv of
' .....in, n uifi-11114,
ufr ".' ''.'.'."-n "!"l',.l"'.-''"l'.'".'.r.".f T ''11111 and Jtarkel
Slrei Is, riillaili liihlii; .1. W. Iteynolds, Krlo: Wl.
Ham Hiimn, Abi-iiI N.C.H.H., llallliiiore.
II. II. I1UFSTON-,
(ii-neial Fu-lght Am-iit. I'lillaili b.hla.
, II. W. GWINXKll.
General Ticket Auent. Philadelphia.
A. I- TYI.HIt,
General Superliilendeut, Willlamspoit,
Jlaieh 22, Isirfl. 4
.IV Htiji.MFit Aim mii:jii:nt.
April 21, lti.
. TH, .r,r","!c !',"" I'oin lhi- Ninth I Xoiilnust
tor riitladi lp b n, New York, It.iidnm, l'otlsi III,.
lamaiU.i,A.shi.lllil, Ia b.inoll, Allelilott 11, I jislui,
1 Unrrlsbiiii; for New Yoik as fob
--. ii.i-i ..-. .,.-.1,, 111111 . 01111 l':ll l-.M..
eoniiectlnn wjtfi similar Iralus 011 tho Ft mivl
v.Mila Ilallroinl, and nrrlvliiir nt New York at '-HI
'""1 l..n id K: in and lli:.V. p.m. Sleeplnn (-ars
el'ian'w''iny ' A,M" l',M' '"""'', w"lll"u'
...i'J',vVl.I,.',,rt,siihl,l?r r.r ':'J"l. llxvlllt-,Tiimu-'?,'
'''fv," ".-A1-''!'""1-1 'l"Gliive..Mlelltown,
and I'lilladclp dual 7:10 am., nnd 2 mid 11.211 i-.m.
m,"1;!:!'.'!-''.'.1 '"''"'"""'"IP'lii-llMl Waysiiitlons
v .1 i o' '' 1 'I,'1,',' noclos neclloinlnr
,01 i '"'V" I ''" 'delpliai. I-or l-oltsville.Seliii.M.
Hill Him 11, nud Auliuin. vliiSchui Iklll nml Sus.
Hi i i.aiiiia i,a iionil, lean. ItnrrUhuiuiit I -i p.m.
s- e'V,1'1.' VAi''"!','', ''. '' "l 12 r.. 111 it
S: l-.M. J I'llllll.li-lplilailt S A.M. llllll.MI l-.M. ; l-otls-
itle at s. a.m. and 2:1". i-.m.; Ashlund 111 11 and
i 11 iv I V:iV. m " " '"' i"11i"- ui i':n a.m. and
1.C.IVC I'o'tlsville for tint fisl.i.i . I., ..t tn,
nnd Snsipiiiini.im lt.1lho.1d, m 7 am.
Headlin: Aeeoi.ii.il.iilou Train leaves ICi-ii.Ilnu m
liA.M., lelUllillii.;llom l-lillaileli.hin at fi i-.m. S
I Jillllilblii Kallloiiit -li.iliis ,..ue Keiirlliiunt (l-l,
aii-l i;:n i-.m. lor I pbiin.i, Liu,,, iViliimiiij.Tvc.'.tT-,
On Sum nvs e.ivn Vow v.,.-!, ..1 s. u. .. v. I f! -
delphla ut is a.m. and a; It i-.m., tin- s a.m. trubi nil -nliiiiinlvlo
IteadliiBj rolisvllleat s v.M." Tan .
oii.iut 7; V) a.m. ; llni rlstiiiiuatiMllA.M . : in d It,' .
nu 111 i:.m a.m. for Jl.in shnm.uiiil Iik.V! a.m. r.,r
ii'w torli,nniH:i"i i-.m. lor riiiladi lphln.
Conitnn HI nn Mi .mi... si......... i.!.'...'.i.
si..i.7u 1 -ri 1 . ' .--..11, i .si iiiniiiii, anil
hi lliKil rickets .It redllleit lain, to Hint Hum ill
1,1"','''";',,',''!''''' l"..ali. Flshty pounds ot
o.igKai;e nllo eil e.ieii pai seni-er
gt'irKIiL, H1-2UOKH A CO.,
Uli.S 1,11M, L-u.ii.Hirssiu.s .-II-.llWllA.S JUj
FISH, SAt.T, C'tflJian, FItOVISIONH, Ac,
Nos, 122 and 121 North Whnn es, nbovo Arch St.
Sole nitcnt for Wilcox's Wheel Grmso, lu bat.
rets, kens, mid cans,
Htl-2 ATIANTIC MONTHLY.
Hie ATLANTIC MONTHLY, bv L-enernl
sent, Plaints ut the bead of Amerlinft mniii)t,(
neut wrlteisoi thiiday, tsitli In Froseaud l'oi-trv
nnd Its panes have nlwas retleeted What Is bi',
in .,.in ,ii..ii , .iii-iin in i-i ji mm 1 1 Hi iit-ii a circu.
Int Inn iicm i- befme Rallied by ntty Ainerlcnn tniur.
H7liic of this class, nfid It has, by thu limn perlui
of Its existence nrtl the worth of Its rarllilbutors
Oi l ' Hill UUIII.V ii.eu in pillule I'siei'liT,
Tin- followlui: mo niiionu the most prominent
it. w. Lo.Ntii'i'.i.t,'jW(
J, T, THDWUUIDGi:,
DONALD (I. JUTCIIUt.f,,
C. C. lIAZIiWLLL,
J. 0. Wltl'lTIFlt.
O. W. IIOLJIF.1.
JIAHUIF.T 11. STOWrV .
GAIL HAMILTON. .
11. V. WHIl'I'LF.
Tl'.ItJIS: SIiirIo subscriptions, four dollnin uf
enr. . ,
Ci.uu H.VTr.s. Two copied forseverVil'ipfs fli4
copies for Hlxteen dollars; ten ro(ifc for tlilrtr
dollars; and each additional copy three dollm.
For eveiy club of Iwi nly nibscrlbeis nn xinl
copy will be rui iiKhed (-'nils, or tWelity-oliouj.
pies forslxty iIollarK.
l'o-frAut:. Tin- istiiKO on tho ATLANTIC lj
twenty-lour cents per senr, nlid must In nil man
be paid nt the olllci- uhero It Is received.
SVKI'IMKN COl'IFS of tho ATLANTIC
JIONTIILV will bu M-nt on lecelpt of twenty-IlTii
U,The ATLANTIC JIONT1ILY nud our YOUNll
l-'OLKM will be furnlshe.1 tictlicr nt flvo dollun
Special Inducements are ofli-red to tem hen nml
post musters to piociiroNiibhcrlbers to our rn-rloili.
e.iN. Agents wonted throiiuhout thu eountn
Aildioss TICKNtilt A- FIlll.Iis, riibllHhers,
121 Tieiiioiil Street, Ilostmi, Jhus,
QCU YOUNG FOLKS.,
W'e respect fully Invite at lent Ion to tlie fullon Ini
notefiom the able and popular Deputv state Ma
perlntendeiit of Schools for Feniisyivniilu;
JlessiH.Tii'KNoii A- Fill. ns, lliuton, Jlass.;
Grsij.r.Mr.x, I'ciinlt mu to iiiuuratulate yon
on the uiiiikeil sueee.ss of "Our Vounir Folks"
From Ihe Issue of the 111 Kt mimber I havownlclV
ed w Ith much sotleituilo Its tone nnd charncttr
well kiiinrhu the Immense liilliienee, for eoisl uf
for evil, it would he llkelv to wield, .tiuii.ii,..
be the tone Mlileli bus litevnlleil In tmieli ,.f .....
Juvenile lileratuie, both lelliiious ami secular, I
vtlivil ...... no. .............. r. Itllll l.ll IV llllltOIIIIK.
henrteiluess which can alone spenk to the child.
nature, or that the taith unit limeniiousness uf
youth might be tampered with nuddlsplaecd bv
l.iney lor the vices and ileeeltd of iiiutiiivr yoiiw
llnpplly m.leais hiivn pioved kioiiiiiIIi-ss, an.i
Hie whole community halt- to th-nik vou for pm
ihiclima mauazlneso well mlanled to tho class f,,r
which It is Intended, and so eievallna nnd mile
ng In Its liilluences. HAMI'KL F. HATHS
Deputy Statu Superintendent Schoolii, Fiu
TF.ltMS OF Ol'll YOUNG FOLKS; $2nyenr,tn
advaiiee; Ihreo copies, j-,; fhi-eoiiles, js; ten u.
pies, $l."i; and each iidtlltlonal copy 3l..i, 'iVumy
co)les, 8 ID, and si copy yrutls to the person prucur
liu; the club.
Special inducements oirored to teachers tows
nsiments. Sneclnl copy and circular dent to per
sons who wish to iirocuie subscribers, for tin
cents. TlCKXOfl A FIF.LHN, t'ubllslmrs,
1-2W YOHK LI-2ADKH.
iho I.FADFIt Is l-inbllsheil pvurr .,(.. ..r.,
mornhii;. Tciins, Imnrlnbly, cash in miMiuoi
.Money sent by mall al Ihe risk or tlio senJei
Si-iisci.iri 1,1s Hai i:s.-For a vhiijle copy, thrco
monlbs.si; forn slimleeopy.slx- moiilhs. . fom
slnKlecoiy,one.vear, SI; lour copies for oiii'vear
tl ; i'IkIiI copies lor ono year, S2S. One extra
copy toKettei'-uiiorchibsof eljit. '
In reply to seicrnl applications, arraiu-ements
have been made lor iisni-eial Waterlli1(.riac.-sul,.
scl j.lloiitothe LI l. I) Hit, which Is prucintiumilv
a aterliiK.l'laie 1-nper. Thu paper w ill be nmi(.
ed tosuhserlbers for three mouths for one dollur
and the adill esses of Ity subsellbeis will l,o
channel Uion application at this otllce, so Una
those who v isit thu Kiiuinier resorts may not bu
', v1',1' y;:'1 '.','i V,ils ,'"'"? i'it'inph or pouudd,
".''i1".5 ' i'1ir,KllS'.llr,,,,J" ''. "d social Hfl- lu tlw
iietiopiills. All conlrllnitloiis, books, buslucs-i
ettels.collllllUll cations nnist be ailillessisl
to thu FDITOH ill-'iii.: i,i-ai.m
II rriiiikioit .street, New York City.
I HK DAILY TIJIFS, contnlnlnp; tho latest Fur.
lan nod D.iincsllc News, Is published dnllv, m
twelve 1I0U lis' """""'' Sundny isiltloi,,
'fin-1 HLjilIjyi:i:iu,Y TIJIKS, published
lui-sdaysiiiid I Hda.is.iiilcu ih.-cents. Iunildl.
Ion 10 the latest Keiient lulelliuenco hy telegrapli
mi to the moMient 01 cilii;; t ,ns Uiere wTll li
round in eiu-ii number the I'ulk-sl Wiishliiutoi
,.n.';;,r l.'r"1'V"", uniphle letters from
our correspondents In London and l'iuls,Klhi
Iho tone 1.1 public Ii cIIiik abroad. Is nmilo u sou'
ela and permanent featuie. Inadillllon to Fill.
s!i''! isvi'-i''' Mlv'"oS,Ui;V"f '"I"1'1 "I tho day, thu
SI-.J1I-W 1.1. KLY TlJIl.shiihiipsueol carefullv.
pn pareil eoiiiiiieiclnl niatier kIvIuk thu Intcst Kb
linliclnl .News nnd -Mnlket liepiuts; Items i,f At
riciilluial and Domestic luteie.t, cuniplled from
sources lllllll) ol llhlthnreotllei wls,. Inaici-Sllblii
to tliu Aineiliuu lender; and maii'liu-us and
Jlanl.iRi s and liealhsoi Hie Meek.
.,,'iri '.'"'"-''k'fV Uiaoiin," or XewsSiim-nar-bc
UK a e-ireliil synopsis and digest of Hi..
licMs or Ihe d.u.ls alone worth double thu Bul
sellptlon price to tile paper.ns It pieserves 111 n
eoiiili iised nnd coiniiilenily eliusliied form all
news of Illlelest.alli must num. c.liinl.l.. ,,u
d to all time.
THH.MS. Tin..,, ilnllnrs ..,.r ,.,
The WHIIKLY TIJIIf,p,il,lslied at twodollsrs
11 year, (out,, ns, Ii, mldltion t t. P.tJst Kl,,ll
11 I li;eiieo by lilcurnph up to llio moment of
U'ollllt to press, (ho lullest WhsIiIukIoii News,
l.uropeaii News, w lb uiaphlc letliis from our
l oriispoin cuts (11 Liuiiloiuuid Fails, Klvlnirlliii
b; no 01 public feel In- aliioad Is inn.i'iMi s,,7'C iVl
, , I'.V"1".""' fV" 'Vlj"'"' t lMltorinis
V v i-i J ii' 'rrrnl 1"',U''? "r ""' ''. I'"- WKKK
LY 1 LMI.S has a pnm-ol eiiiefully.prriiared com
nerclid liintler.ulMnitila- latest Vlni.nclal Nevis
and Jlailtct Heport,; ltemsof Airrlcultunil and
Domesi c interest, comollej fromsmm", 1ii!! !t
or which nie oihei ivl.se luaccessilile to the Ainrrf.
eau reiuler ; nml Jim rliiRes and Dealhs ol the week.
Till: LAHGF.ST AND CHKAFF.ST.
k.m.aii(ii;mi:.it 01- un; haii.y, hiimi-wukklv,
AMI WKCKI.T TIUlll-MII.
X"otw lthstantlinir thu f.iel llmi 11... .i.A a..
TiiinrNnhasbi en IiicieiiM d niorothan onuniim.
Icr, thu price will remain the same.
OW IS Tin: TIMK TO MtllsClllllK. KOK
THU GltFAT FAMILY NHWSFAl'l'lt.
TIIK NI'AV YOIIK" Vl'l-l.M.v Tiiiiii-Mi.
is prliitcd on 11 lnriie iloublcniedhini sluet. mnk
lll:: eluht litiL-es of six lasnul i-nlimtii j u.:a. 1.
eoliliilnsall iho liopoitant Fdltoilals niihlls'hdl
o 111: i.aih iiiioi .Nn.exccni tliosool mcnily
ocal Inleii si ; also Literary and Si lentltlc Inlol
lisreuie: Hellewsof I be inosl lii,i.,,i i,,i .....1 ...
lelestlna New Hooks; llio U tli h ,m ,,, lMK
corps ot coi'lespoudents- thulalesl liHwsrc-elved
... .. .. . ,.,, ,ipiu iionil 1 nnil an 01 jut-pans
ol he conn rv ;: a Siimi,,,,,, f u 1 1 ,,,, t ti 1 iV In
lllllwlicoot Oils i- Ivillld e sew 1. 1... .. u.-.i.....
of (lie iMoeeedliiKs of Congress nnd statu l.eulsn..
lire when hi sisslon; the Forelun Nows recElM-d
byeieij s earner; Fxclllslvo Itepoilsol the iiro
ii eil imsoi the Fanners' Cluhiir ih Alum can
S 'S l'ii a'c,, ' !:'i ':. !!!!:!,''!'!:! "'W'y'lt
ciiuniiy residents; Mi,.; Financial, Cattle, Dry
Gooils,and lleneia Mntltet Hi ports; maklni It.
bolh lor var ely and eoinpleleniVs, al OK. il, 'r th
most iiilunble.hileieslliiK, and ihsiiiiiihcwLBK
i.v Nr.wsi-Ai-r.it published in tho woihl
JIall Nllbserlliem. klm. I.', ,.... I ....... M .
JlalUuliM-illiers, clubs of iVvi'-..'. S p!
en i oples, luldrcssed to uniiicHof Hulu'crii J..U.I7 51)
Twilllj copies, ilo, llo Vl 1
Ten copies, to ono nddress t J,J
... . -., 111 0111- lllllK '10(11
All exlra copy w 111 be sent ,r i nch eluli'i'if tii
Till". Nl'.W YOIIK HI'.MI.IV fl'i-r
Is piihl shed ei cry Tnesdav and I'liilav 111 ,1 ,,,,,
tufas nil the iMlhirlalurliiles i -,.( 1 1 1' lVlv ,',,T 1,
elmiuiler; Literary IWs lews ,.., V Crlt l"i is"
Lellels flolii our 111 en ...11 us ,., i.-.....i..:.". .
1111 silo Coriespouiii.niK. s-'iKclal ai ii Ask iiel-iiVili
1'i.ss T.l.Kiunh DisnatclKs- .,,, ' ,i'." c .'.''. "l
.lilesiiioiunij i lorchmnint Domestlo News;
1-.XC usllelleiiorlsiil thel-riKeeillllKsofllieFni "n-
e s Cluliorifi,. Amerliaii Insiliule- Ti k is 1
liiloiniatlon; s-ioek Financial Cattle, fir.- OihIs
I'.'.", . KS'i'.'l'l 'V It'.'l'i Is, v, lilcli n'n, oublisb sf
LYTHlllFNi: iiTsi, ,Vu."i'.. .Vi'"'""'." 1'''"-
th .r four of the " . ...suoi 11 year.
i.'I'WAMl! LATIXT FGFLLAIt XOVKIM
o.v iiviiiu nuiiiois. Tho cost .11 ii.b I,
Ixjucla 111 I loim, would be fiom s x o elthl
dollnis. Jl pilli'biiseil'luthe l.iml sl ,,,,,, Ji 1
w 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 .1 ! 11 1 1 1 . 1 r,l. SS" Yl'r:'.!."W ;':'.'.n,i, .me ;f
. be can m, uuelmn i inan'i. " ''...v"""':'.1'
.iillu, nee hyjol,dn,;wlti tl .'. V , Ik, ln'f',r n
ui! clubs ,, siibv-ribo lor the lio' I.Wi r k 1 v
,..111101 . 11 inn ln ,im, v 1( Piii,oi,,r n ,lV,. A
'. ,nuM l"ll'u """ wldchsu.-h!,1 "','ercai,
lalUubscrlbtis icopy iy,.ar,i(i numbers . ?l no
10. i ,.p U-r, do, ,., .'t,,,
1.,. , ixtiaeopv lorUiiiouihs.
IVisous leiuitt 1,1; lor n copies 5n will rccclvo nu
oxtra copy ono year.
TIIK NIIW YOIIK DAILY TltlllFNi: K 1,11b.
'.'"'l ' mm liini! and . v.-uli i isun layi evl
ccpled) al Sin per year; J". for six moui i' 1
'lerius, eiisli in uiivniii-e.
blii li Tin 'f,';!!,),1!' l"1'-'-"niee orders, imva
TUU TUIUUNB, Now Yortt.