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CHILDREN ON THE SHOIEE.
We are,belidog little Oa the sands, .4.
We ace mak ing d little rooms very ge,y, •
We are buoy With our acid our hande,."
We are sorry.that time tilts away.
0 why arc tLc minutes in Buell haste
telly won't they In/ tOeUr play '
Our 10210115.0111 our meals are such wastel.-;-
We.ean dine - very well another day.
We do not mind the tide coming in—
We can dig it a cunning little bed,
Or leave our pretty house and begin
Another pretty house In its stead;
We do not.mind the sun in our eyes --- -
When it makes such a dazzle of the wOrld, •
That we can not tell the sea from the skies, -
Nor loOk where the flying 'drops are hurled.
The shells that we gather are so - - • 7 -
The birds and•the clouds are so kind
And the' winds are so merry wltitour hair—
It is only the People we mind!
Papa If you come CO very near,
We'ean , t build the library to,day;
'We think you are tired of being here,
And perhaps you wonid like to go away.
There are just one two we won't refuse,
If they come bto help ns now and then.
But we wantonly friends to be of use,-
And not all those idle grown men;
Perhaps, if we hurry very much.
And don't lose an instant of the day,
There'll be thee for-the last lovely touch
i'.o..iere,tir sea sweept It all away.-
0 childrent-tbusiTorking with the hake-
There's nothing SO ;errible as rest; i
Plan only how all , may take a part;. .
It's easy for each to do his best.
The gm sweeping-up at set of sun,-
Can never make youryuil be In vain;, ~ • :
It covers the thing that you have done.
' - Bat the joy -of the doing shall remain; .
' turttludirs Magazine
The Bound Table of last :week.has a
Saturday Review article, *mu- which we
take the folloWing extract: ,
The gushing girl, then,i4 to be' thin and
addicted to moonlight, which always arouses','
In her a tendency to bask and: swell ,with
unutterable thoughts, - to gaze fixedly on
some bright_•particular star to sigh pro
roundly, land to quote largely from -some
vertsweet poet, Lalla Rooks being usually
- pieferred—"l , never loved a dear gazelle,'
etc; .Buneet, also., has on the gushing girl
a', remarkable,," effect; and twilight ' she
adorea. The hooting owl, the chirping
katydid, the swooping bht, ' all the innp
-amiable sounds of. summer" evenings, wrap
. • • •
her soul in a.sort of • celestial -ecstaey, and
generally lure her into fresh fields and
-pastures new 'of 'uncpMted - and lovely'verse
.of the most tielartcholy'description, where.
'from she'commorili derives great, consola
tion and'a cold in the head,. As ,We have
Intimated, she is partial to poetry, ;without,;
however, often. venturing ,wl,,thin the sa-_
cred precincts of composition; . atthough al-•
most always she has. a friend, a sweet fe
male - -friend, who writes the loveliest
poetry you can possibly imagine. Novels
she reads, of course, but only those of a
very lugubrious description, where every
body is indescribably miserable for three
vOlumes, and, the , hero and heroine are
satisfactorilt killed at last, locked in each
other's arms. Yet with ail this tendency to
the melancholic in literature, , the gushing
girls rathet good humored in her ordinary
workaday aspects, is rather happy than oth
erwise in her domestic relations, and is usu
slly blessed with a most intrepid appetite.
If to other women a new baby is a well;
spring . of incoherent pleasure, to the gush
ing ,g.trl it is a perfect fountain of idiotic
• delignt, and plunging- her into an absolute
epilepsy of admiration until she fairly,
foams at the mouth with!delirious eugohstic
•;nonsense. In much the same spirit she
makes it a point to fall head over ears in
love with the fat and rather uninteresting
tenor, and raves wildly`about the handsome
but' not embarassingly ' intelleetual .tra
gedian, and has photograph@ of hiin in all'
his principal characters; does her thinking,
or- wbatever, mysteries she may substitute
for thinking, in the most exaggerated su:
perlatives and spells language hyperbole.
She:is frank to a fault, and within an hour
after introduction will have gushed forth
•, to you the entire story of her-woes and !
disappointments, her yearnings and awl- '
- rations.' is' a weak, clinging doWer,
she --tells you, torn and wished by cruel
blaits, and she, comes to you for condor:,
and protection„ which 'if she is, pretty, as
she not enfrequentlY is, you are not loth to
stye her. 'lf she .stngs„ it is always some
plainttire little ballad of despair and death'
in a minor key,i likes "Fair, fair with
golden hair, under • the, willow she's
sleeping," and she - plays • 'occaiion
ly with much feeling and. freedom an
etheralized and every much' ,mixed up'
- version of ""The Dead March in'Saul.
But she greatly prefers the hafp 'to
ano, k bequse it is so much ;more romantic,
and so much more patronized by, the poets, ,
ant because, as she.'sits by it with back
flung curls and upturned brow, she has the
opportunity• of comparing herself to St.
Cecilia; • or, to • one of those very:wingy
musicalseraph@ - of religious 'art. • Lovers,
Of 'chunk, she has in, plenty,',hccatise ,every
one takes her fa'net 7 -and every man does
who'is at all dark,'andhis'any pretensions
be considered , 'geed' looking perion
• eleiated in, her fervid imagination
from a desirable and possible to an actual
adorer. Whether' ho cares • for ' or. ,eien
• .knows ber, is •a 'Matter of the, purest; indif
ference; all.t.he same he serves her phrpose
of Setting . thefratthli Wheredn She shall shape
her fantastic 'When the ictdal love.
• doe@ come andthe edge gea e worn
the noveltYu •-tods -har:,..not 'very -differ
ent from other . girls • in,, a ,similar.predica
' meat arid She - aniazed to, find that the all
important cpzesq9u settled in` the most com
znon 7 plaCe way., imaginable, n vilthout elan
ele vow or any allusion- to two, hearts, etc:,
or two souls, etc.; without ed muckas aug-.
.gesiing a single appropriata snotation.
~From thisamazement she nevm _lly recov
ers, imd, ; from the day , of her Marriage, or,
at least, froin the, end of her honeymoon,
her gushing days may be considered fairly
over, - : . • • .
°Oil at any r ate ,t the disease takes a differ
,ent form. .On her lobes , and her' husband
usually overflow theaurplusage of her emo
tional atterances, and moonlight and weep
ing willows are held of very little acbount.
That Is, if her marriage. be happy; <if not,
she commonly develops' into that peculiar
style of •marital , ,querulousness whose chief
i.y in life c,onsistimimparting fci the world
what trials.one's I husband arid 'dbildren are,
. and what smack and =complaining martyr
;;is one altogether.. The , gushing , girl who
iloesn?t marry is the amiable old maid whom
everybody knows, 'Witlf - spit-curls and the
saeredinentory • Of'alOrit love.' 'Site 'reads
• poetflstill; but : . otitotecit :km takes .'great
—l - fit e le j r, ,the amatory entanglements. -of
younger friends; and generithy, just
;sit jolly 'anti Aiarinhig an old maid as one
could havev Take her all' in all,
from first to las%-the gushing girl is by no
' means the
W orStt and her
aneed fa',eertainkt rireferable to
' that *elf-bred iitdifierpoeolll4''ou find
time ip the'mfdstof*propinal to estimate
`the itim;kant; of , g toier's,prohahle income..
M. :mensal! 2ov -, Werznoo.—Although
,•only'beginning, Wooster University' is ablo
.to•day to buy out , many 'of our Western
There la airC.oly 4ftaii ; for, en.
Alowinent Of f120,9601'Mbui1414,;q 5 ,9 00 :
These are actual ilivre,s;i,epiventing;,real
property, cash and'sound notes, find &p.m;
include $100,000.0r more, -which -19- about
Italf promised.'and more than half sure, for
endowing Professorships 1 ' 1 ' •
A "STUNNING" WYE LEITER.
The following is sublime, and we recom
mend it as a modelletter to writers:
My dear Miss F.--t4ery time I think of
you my heart flops up and down like a,
churn dasher. - Senaations of unutterable
joy caper Over it like ~younfl goats over a
Stable roof, and thrill through it like Span!sh.
needles through a pair of tow linen trawling
As agoling swimmtth with delight in amhd
'paddle So swim lin a sea ;of glory. pis_
ions ofeestatic rapture, thicker than the
hairs in a blacking brush, and brighter than
the hues of a humming bird's pinions, visit
and bore on their invis
me in my slumbers;
ible wings, your image stands before me,
and I reach out to grasp it, like a pointer
s napping at a blue-bottle fly. When I first
beheld your angelic perfections, I was be
wildered, and my brain whirled around
like a bumble bee under a • glass tumbler.
My eyes stood open like cellar doors in a
country town,• and I lifted up my ears to
catch the silvery accents of your voice. My
tengue refused to wag, and in silent adora
tion I drank the sweet infection of love as a
thirsty man swalloweth a tumbler of whisky
Since - the light of your face fell upon my
life, I sometimes feel as if I could lift myself
up by my boot straps to • the top of the
Presbyterian steeple ' and pull the bell rope
for singing schopl. Day and night you are
in ray . thoughts. When Aurora, blushing
like a bride risen from her saffron couch;
when the jaybird pipes his tuneful lay in
the apple tree by the storing 'house; When
the , chanticleer's' shrill clarion heralds the
'coming. morn; when the :awakened' pig
ariseth from his-bed and grunteth, and goeth
for his_ morning,.refreshments; when the
drowsy beetle, heelahls. droning flight
eultry noontide; and'when the lowing re
come home atmilking time, :I think of ee;
and like a piece of-gum elastiC, my heart
'seem to stretch clear across my bosbm.
Your hair is like the mane of a sorrel horse,
powdered with gold; and the braes pin
skewered through your waterfall fills me
with ,unbounded awe. Your forehead is
smoother than the elbow of an old coat.
Your eyes are'
,glorious to behold. In
their liquid depths I see legions of..:little
Cupids, bathing like a cohgrt of ants ix an
old army cracker: When ,their fire hit me
upon my manly breast, it permeated my en
tire anatomy like fcload of bird-shot would
go through a rotten apple. Your nose is,
7from a chunk, of Pariah marble; and your
month puckered with sweetness. 'Meter
lingers on your lips like honey on a bear's
paw, and' myriads of unfledged kisses are
there ready to fly out and light somewhere,
like•bhie-birda out , of a parent's nest.. Your
laugh rings 'on my ears like the wind-harp's
strain, or the bleat of a stray lamb on a bleak
hill-side. The dimples on your cheeks are
like bowers in beds of roses, or hollows in
cakes of home-made sugar.
lam dying to fiy to your presence and
pour out the burning eloquence of my kve,
as thrifty housekeepers pour out hot coffee..
Away from you I am as melancholy as a
sick rat. Sometimes can hear the June
bu's of despondency buzzing in my ears,
anafeel the cold lizards of, despair crawling
down my back. Uncouth fears,like a thous
and minnows, nibble at my spirits, and my
soul is pierced through with doubts, as an
old cheese is bored with skippers.
-My love-for you is stronger than the smell
of Cofffs patent butter, or the kick of a
young cow, and more unselfish than a kit
ten's first caterwaul: As the song bird
hankers for the light of day, the cautious
mouse for the fresh bacon in the trap, as a
lean pup hankers after new milk, so I long
You are fairer .than a speckled pullet,
sweeter than a Yankee doughnut fried in
sem= molasses, brighter than the topknot
plumage in the head of a "museove duck.
-Yon are candy kisses, raisins, pound cake,
and sweetened toddy altogether.
If these few remarks will enable you to
see the Inside of my soul, and me to win
your affections,. I shall be as happy as a
woodpecker on .a cherry tree, or a stage
horse in a green pasture. If you cannot
reciprocate...my thrilling passion, I will
pine away like a poisoned bedbug, and fall
away from the- flourishing vine of life, an
untimely branch; and in the comimg years,
when the shadows fall from thehills, and the
philosophic frog sings lila cheerful evening
hymns, you, happy in another's love, can
come and drops tear and catch a cold upon
the last resting place of .
' Jursus EPAMINOMEI 3itIGGLICES.
The Central Culver6ity.—A Card from Mr.
• Cornell--How a. Poor Boy can Pay tOr
Bra: The numerous appeals which lam
receiving from young men for assistance to
enable them to pay ,their way while obtain
ing tm eduCation •at the Cornell University,
rae'to reply through the Tribune. I
would lidor,m - all who may desire the infor
mation that, in,eiganizing the University,
the trustees aimed to arrange a system of
Manual labor which, while it would be com
pulsory, upon none, would furnish all the
. students of the University with 'the oppor
tunity to develop their. physical strength
and vigor by labbr, the fair compensation
for' which would pay the, experises of their
education. Students will be employed in
cultivating and on, a• farm of employed,
acres, the various productions, : best suited
,tri Furnish the college tables. These will
include. Hie stock for producing milk, but
ter and cheese, and to be killed for meat;
grain for bread, and'Yegetables and fruits of
all kinds suited to the climate and soil.
Mechanical employment will be given to
'all in the machine shop of the University.
This will be equipped with an engine of 25-
.horsepower, lathe 4 plowing machines for
iron and wood, and all the most improved
implement's and tools. for. working in iron
and wood. 'Here they will manufacture tools
machinery, models, patterns, etc. The
erection of the additional buildings required
for the University will furnish employment e
for years to students in need of it. There
will also be'eniployment in laying outgrad-
ing, road-rnaking, and improving and beau
tifying the farm and grounds of the Uni
yerkity. The:work done by students will
be paid fot at the ;current rates paid else
where for like services, • ;
The work will be done under the super
:vision of the professors, and , competent
superintendents and foremen.' 'lt will- be
the constant ain't' of the , trustees and faculty
, of -the Univereity to . render it as'attractiVe
and instructive as pos.sible,' and especially
to make it conducive to the health, groWth,
.e.nd,physical vigor of the tandems,, besides
affording them the. meami of'. self-support
and. independenc.e while receiving all , .the
advantages of the University..
With such combined facilities for instruc.
tion and maintenance. all'the expenses of-ti
.first - ClllBl3 'faulty and' of:tuition being paid
by tho endowment, 'trust.' that no person
who earnestly,dealres to be thoroughly ado
cated will fin& difficulty.in becomiugi so by
his • own , exertions, at lhe Cornell Waiver
eiti.• 4 '• •
; already Aave students who entered
three months in advance of the, opening. of
the-`University to .avail "themselves of the
opportunity . to earn ,two dollars a' day • haying. and herveS ,:'"and thus
make a sure thing of it.'.' Such boys will
get Mt cdtication and make theiriaark
faille world in ?heir use;of it. - • •
'lnOnclusion'l twill .assure . the, boys that
`ff-theY will perform one-foarth as much
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1868:
labor as I did at their ages, or as I do no*
alBB,yeankof 'Age, they will find no diffi
culty Ikpayinttheir expenses while prose—
..,.Yoursrespectfully, Ezne ColiNsal"
Traacii; N. Y., August 10,186 g..
This institution was not the subject of a
favorable report atthe neat meeting of the
Society for the Advancement of Science,
held at Chicago. A paper was read devel
oPing the plan for the resuscitation - of the
Cincinnati Observatory, established in 1842,
and upon - the death of Prof Ormsby M.
Mitchell allowed to fall into, partial decay
and total disuse. Prof. Vander Weyde, -
formerly of Girard--College, but now Of
New York, then said that he was pleased to
hear of this renewed interest in science, but
ho could not avoid at once urging the ne
cessity of earefulness in the manner of con
ducting the new institution, and of stating
the facts concerning a backsliding. He had
followed Prof. Bache in the Girard College,
and found it given over to politics to that
extent that its usefulness was not only im
paired but gone, at least in great part. The
magnetic observatory at Girard College,
built without iron, was used for a carpenter
shop, fallen wooden nails being replaced:
with iron ones, and the meteorological in
strum'ents being carelessly stowed away in
the closet where the servants stowed their
brooms and rubbish. He had soon retired
from his professorship in consequence, and
I returned to New York.
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CORSETS, (Real Frenell,) SO
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 tor:. ... . 25
Rio noLovEs. (warraold,) 4 7 0 0 10
900Tda t SPOOL. COTTON, (gocal) 5
POCKZ,TI3OOIO3, worth 506. .. .. . . . . 25
MEN'S, SUMMER CNDERSHIRTS.., .. .. 50
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS :". ' ' • 'is
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost.
KINDSIN ALL O4- , GO ODS.
Special Bates to Merchants .2 Dealers.
nwortrins, a, CARLISLE,
iy1:581 19 FIFTH STREET:
GLASS, CHINA, CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET
IOELIILNA, GLASS AIVD •
. _ .
PARIAN STATtJETTES, '
8 . GLASS, • '
o ` Aryl otber STAPLE AND FANCY - ' ,"
GOODS, a great variety, - . •
• . /00 `WWI STREET. • • .
.• RICHARD E BREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
perlb'As fat, ErTioN:-4, T,he,lpar#4l:ker
- pera ,ptere existlugtween .She ,sub
ere, Under the firm of • •, • • - • -
ANDERSON, 0008 & 01:14-;-
Is this day dissolved by xnatial 'Oonsent: - The bnst
newer the late' rm will be settled by oar succes
sors, Messrs. A N DKRISON W 00.113, at theotdoe
of the,rlqobargh Steel "Works.
• • • r - IL ANDERSON:'
. The underslanetl - havhig_dtsposed;ot his Uterest
In the late arm of ANDERSON; COOK. & 00.4" to
Messrs. A N DVAtSON & WOODS, begs leave to vo
ommend !tic successors to the patronage of the'eas
terners of the former tirm. j,
l'lttsbargh, July Rlstb, ISGS. - JY2a
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny
CARPETS''AND' `OIL CLOTHS.
MANUFACTURFXS HERE and
in. Europe HAVE NOW AD
VANCED PRICES, but we of
fer all kinds of CARPETS for
the present at the very
est CASH RATES of the past
season. Having made aU our
contracts previous to any ad
vance, and invariably for
cash, we are enabled to sell
lower than they can be pur
chased this Fall. -
Manufacturers' recent advande in
prices, we will continueto offer the
Largest stock of 13rnssels, Velvels
and Ingrain'Carpels in the city,
the lowest prices reached this sea , '
son. Just received, a few pieces of
a new and exquisite patterns of
OLIVER 1111LINTOCK , & CO.,
No; 28 Fifth Street
-71" - 73
G' TT Pl.' ri" Aik. I MC Sir
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
THE BEEP GOODS iTIOWEST PRICES.
IicI'AELAND & COL'S 8,
Reit Building to 11, S. custom !Jona el Post Oilkir
LINEN SHIRT FRONTS.
CARPETS ! CARPETS!
51 FIFTH STREET.
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
Nos. ,71 and 73 nth Street,