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TUB C. Alt h V IV I
With swtitest flowers enrich'd,
From various ''ardent eull'd w'tk art,"
From llie United Sutci Journal.
AUTU M N .
BY JOSEPH F. BROWN,
Thn' my being' stream
Gives nut no music: I can still ilrn k in
The unshadowed beauties of llie Universe.
(!.zs, wiili a swelling soul upon die blue
Magnificence above, hear tie hymn of
Heaven in every star lighi ray.aud fi'Ji
Gli'ii, vale, woud anJ iMuunuiii with llie
Vt 10 1, poured from the (Jeep hnue of an
Immoiul Mind.' George D P'tn ice.
I lute in hear itio lunl
The winds of Autumn swig,
And see the pale leaves borne along
So rudely on the ir wing:
I know 'us sad. bni yel to me
It hath a pleasing lone,
lis notes, so mournful, seem lo be
Responsive lo mint own.
When Summer's lobes upon the grove
In nnera. d folds were Hong,
I loved her fields and bowers 10 rove.
Her blushing flowers aiming:
lint now they have a wronger spell,
A beauty nill iiiore dear,
Than when ihey bore aloft su well
The splendor of he year.
It weie unfit dial when llie (JiV,
And gla is-nue Summer rcg-s,
'1'lie lowly titan simu'd pour Its lay
Of melancholy sininr.
IJui Autumn O! Iiow deep and wild
lis walling empesl peals,
And thrills ihe soul, or he ing mild
Upon Ihe sad iiearl steals?.
Now may the mourner turn span
To ihe foi9aken vale,
And pour "he sorrows of his hearl
Upon ihe morning talc;
And fed no blast of seom come down.
Like Withing mildew there.
No withering lauin, no chilling frown.
Upon Ins hunible prayer.
The leafless woods, u fields o sere
I dearly love them aft;
And il is music to my ear
To hear the br iwn not fall
To murk ihe rustling leave ilial spread
So richly 8,d h'"
The squirrel's chirp, ubbil'i tread,
Vhen all betide is suit.
01 these are eonnds more sweet to me,
Mure rich, ten thousand lirms,
Than woman's ofiest noies can be,
Or proudsi truinpel chimes.
Tor ihey evoke the perished dreams
liiitoilib'd Willi I'nghlej l'iri-;
EVnny cheek lud fell in Wa tlreams
The Iiiterne6s ol tears,
J would no Summer day nffarh
Might gref i in y cl"iii ef;
iNur oiar tiiiii glittered o'i r my I inhj
W lien I am ( a led lo die:
My vuil would eaMei lurt the chain
01 'I'iinp, as it flits away,
Jnspir'd by tirengih upon the wane,
And Deauty in decay.
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HLOOMSItUltCS, COLUMIIIA COtXTV, PA. SATURDAY,
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From Arthurs' Magazine.
THE YOUXU MUSIC TEACH ER.
BY T. 8. ARTHUR.
The attentions of llarily Cleveland soon
stirred inio inquietude the bosom of Janp
Wells. There was every thing about him
lo interest ihe hearl of a maiden. He wa
lundsome in person, his taste highly eulti
vaicd: his mind richly stored, his principles
firmly based, and with all, he belonged U
a respectable wml wealthy family, N
ndcr tint Jane could not witlmiand sucl
il w is not ion'', be) ire the vntinu m n
leeaine more marked in his aiteniious, H
'ailed at Mr. Htiidce's at least onet
every week, 8tid regularly accompaniei
J.ine lo all ihe concern and fashionable
iinusements uf ihe season. One, evening
lie came in and found no one in the pulm
hut Mary. Jane tvas dressing to go ou
wild him to a concert, .Man's lirsi im
iu'sh was lo retite, but this she fell that i
would mil he p.ilite to do She iheiefori
remained, but did not feel free to make an
eirmks. This she had no need to do, Im
vlr. C'levela-xl readily introduced suhjcci
f conversation, and die v hei forth li
peak. Ai first she did so with a reluelan:
timidity, but what she said inspired the
young man with a wish lo penetrate deeper
mo her mind. Unconsciously In herself
le led her out, mid induced her to give her
views on m.iny subnets, which she tin!
with s brainy of expression, and a ileanes.
f thought ih u charmed hi.n. In the midst
l t'tls Jane came in, all ready to wain, um
Mary glidej from the room, with a strangi
vannili and tremulous in her bosom. 1
vas nearly two years since s);e had speu
en (iiiiiuiei in eonversaiion with a yotiiiL
nan of intelligence and winning manner
I'he sonsaiion was in her new and pit a ing
V new chi.rd w as awahencd in hor hi si
hat want not im linded to sleep ftgai n.
S!te letired lo her room, and innk up i.
ivoriie volume. Lin l she rouhl not coin
iri-licnd the words of ihe author Ilci
linnghm settirncd to the parlor, and lo ihi
itTesiiug young s tauger with whom khe
ad passed a quarter ol an h"iir of mm.
eliH'itfnl ('(invefilimi Al leitgih sl'e he
'ame CniiM'inui i l the lolly i-lie was com
oiMing in thus a lowing this I i i lit incidei t
o iiiiike so deep an impi sum upon her.
S hi Ntrot e to chin mil fiotn her mind tin
mage til" Mr' Cleveland, bol ill vain. Sip
i ill saw Ins line, amuiaied face, hit vnici
i. ill sounded in her eais and ihe centiiiieiii
lie had Ultcieil pllll lived in her recollection
What young lady is thai with whom I
aus convuMiig, u hen ynu muie dnwi?
v oting Cleveland iiked oi Jane as Si n
i4 ihey hail left the luuse.
'She gives lessons in music lo my cousin'
was answered, after a moment's hejua
Ah!' was Cleveland's only leply, ihrn
was disa-ioointmenl in the lone uf In?
Three weeks elapsed.during which boll
he voung man and Mary found it very dil
licull io keep from thinking about each olh
t. He had called several limes to eei
Jane, with the secret hope in his mine
if again meeting the interesting younc
music teacher. Hut she did not happen n.
he present, Al last, howevei, be could n
onceal himself ihe plearnre befell; mi br
ing shown into the parlor and finding n.
ne iheie but M iry. l imine lively. sneaioe
uid maee a movement lo leave ihe room
I me had spoken rather sharply lo her In
ier former ir.di-creel a-il, as th,e calln
Yon will not leave me heie Piute.'
' :irla,d iaid, III a respeclful, half familial
Mary puis'd. and resumed her seal, het
,ean healing with quick irrtgular motion
I he iimveiea jn which die young man had
nreviuusiy held with her, gave Inm e-omt
idea of li e characier of her mind, am;
guided him at once into the selection id
dutiable ihtmes. He Boon succeeded ir,
aain drawing her out into an expression! 'Noble gull' he excUiined.ai tmon as
ol her opinions upon ihe topics untie r
view, which ihe did wild a soundness nil 'Yes, she is iiobUucss iiself,' was the
ihoughut a beauty of expression that again I 'arnest lecponse nf her uncle,
charmed hiir. 'Can this be only a musn
teacher?' he could not help asking himseil.
li so happened, thai the servant who admit
led .Mi. Cleveland, uiijtook Mary, who
was in the pailor, for Jane, and therefore
did not a t uii lo the room uf the Utter
uoiily In r that there was a vis, tor below
On tSia account Cleveland and .hry spent
ull half an hour together, wlien the Utiei,
lecoLecting herself, said,
The servant must have omitted to in
form Jane thai you were here.
As she spoke, she atose quickly and left
the roou , In a few moments. Jane enier
rd the parloir, and apologised for having
"pi linn wiiiiug, on the ground that ,sln
iad not been informed uf his presence.
'As some compeiisjiiou, ho repliej,
hive been quite agteeally entertained by
his young mus:e teacher you have in tin
imily. She seems as shy as a fawn, and
had almost to eouiptd her lo runuiii in tin is Coldsmith. believe, has it,' Mr.Mlen
ulor. Uu', w lieu s!ie had forg itteu her- lee added, as Mary took a kit on tin
hc. he proved lobe a most iuirrestiut
o op itiion. S:iu cannot, cerninly, be mov
ng in thai sphere, fur ivhich educ.ilior. and
iste hive fitted her '
I'o this ar,c in aula some evasie reply,
Her mantier of doing so was nmiied bj
Clcvtlaudj who did not aliojjeiher lilie it
It implied (onlrmpt lor ihe interesting girl,
who, as he supposed, held, in the famili;
the aubordiiiate position of an instrutlor ii
inasiu. rioin that moment, the charm tha
had been thrown around J me Wells, grai'u
ally pissed away. As it did so, the im:ig.
if the quiet, inielligent, refined, and delican
stranger he had met at Mr. IJeudee's loot
iiind, 'Who is lit? What is she?' wen
juestions often asked. Though he called,
nearly as often as before, upon Jane, il wi
really with ihe hope ol again filling in will
he music teacher. 15 u 1 ihis foriunaie occur
fence did not again happen.
One evening iie met Mr. Hendee in ;h-
parlor, alone. 'I'iie aitent desire he ll
to learn something certain bImiiii ihe in
diududwho had interested him, cause,
Inm lo say. during a pause in tie Couvers..
'Pardon me, Mr, Hende'or ihe soeinin,
ntr.iKi-eni'M ol the quesnon I am about !
k. ou have a vouni! ladv in four Umi
y. einpioyeil as music teacher ?'
'LlxcK.-e me, Mr. Cleveland,' Mr. Hen
d ce.iid, interrupting him, ,hul you ar
ni'tler some mistake. There no is such A
peisou ir w family as you allude lo '
t'leve!,iiid locked ctnfouiided.
I certainly musl lie um'er some mistake,
, . i
then,' he replied. Hut I have twice met in
vnur parlm a very interesting young UU,
who i is, as I have undeisiood.aii instructor ol
music to vmir children.'
On! you mean my niece,' ...r. (lender
oi I wt.li a smile.
'Yes Mary iVi lis, the sister of Jane.
I thought ou knew her."
Ni, sir,' wag the grave rjply. 'I have
iwtue lallen in with her by accident. Thru
as soon as any one entered ihe parlor, slief,- ,, ' ,. ... ,. , ,
J ' Iiow the room with Mary W clln, and lei
No one introduced her ti
'Not even her eistei?'
Mr. Hendee looked upon the floor lUnglii
Why does ihe keep herself so secluded?"
l length asked young Cleveland. 'Shr
certainly fitted lo shine in any circle.'
' riutfiliH is A lovelier girl I have nevei
een Bui it is her real worth dial exclude.
, r, Soeieiy , as it is now consul ,l,-d, is m.j
vorihy of so noble minded a creature.'
Your words puzzle me, 'me young mai.
'I will then give you fn'ly her hisiorv.
mil let you judge her by the best and Irue.
iandard her own life as it stand furtl.
in Done beauty.'
'Mr Hendee then lelaied, w'nh l!n
warmih hie deep admiraiion of her virtues,
ave lo his words and manner, the noble
conduct of Maiy tvtg yti Ckvehi.a
listened with io.ense admiration.
-a-i-. I mv , -T'-f-r- T , , y n - Tij
re i isiraiivs had been finished.
'May I beg to be introduced to one for
I hom I now feel i respect amounting al
I imst to reverence?' asked the- young
The bell was rung, and a servant enter
'('ell Mary th'l I wish lo ace her in the
The servant left the room, and in a few
nomenis Mary euteied, dtesscd in siuipl
hul neat aitire.
'Come, my dear, lei rue introduce you u
y excellent young friend Mr. Cleveland
- hlr. Henueeaul, taking Mary's luud.ariil
eadirg her loi ward
I The color dvpened on Mary's cheek whei
Nie met ihe steady, admiring gaae of tin
'llvouiij man, but her self-possession remain
'My niece excludes heief far loo much
I She is 'o'er modest. worth's peculiar fault,'
Al that inoment Jjiio enlercj and earn'
Mc Cleveland aieet her with a mamm
nore formal man usual. Sliu was no Ion
g,!r beiuiilul or intyresiiri" i.i Ins even.
I'he superior loveliness of M iry h.i I ult i
.Jelhei eolipsed her. The surpriso am.
lispleasure ulte felt at seeing M .ry in t
,)arlor,aud in conversation with Mr. Cleve
and, tended in no way to give additiona
harms to those already surrounding her
lie saw nearly a.r i,,i0 0f ,!,. um ,
ook away all ihe adiniraiion, and eve
-varuier feelings, he had ever li lt lor her
..uu icvi Oil It
-onverse by ihe admiring young man, Man
ihone thfoughl he evening with a lustre tin
on-prised, while it delighted Mr. (lender.
from lint lime, Cleveland became
over. He wou'd not listen lo Mary's reman
inga.iv luu,"tr in seidusi in,& much ag nn-
tier will, almsi o upelle I hor to atieie
, la'gn ball;goiienup by the exclusives.Sli
Iressed herself in ptne white, and preterit
t Kweel contrast with the gaudily attire.
)..!ea w Im f mined about, and sooghl lln
ulmiratiori (the ilnconnsi'imis! v uinn
-What lovely rreaiure is that on llie am
.f Clt velum!?' Hsked i. young man; com
ng im to his sisier.u ho iU,
i - .-
d hall a dozen young girls.
'F.ooli!' Jion'i you nee near thai pillar
Oh! yes. Thai? Why, as I live, that ii
M iry Wells my old music teacher Wha
n the world is she doing here, and with
Haiily Cleveland? He cannot know tin
compiny he is keepm!'.'
This little bit of news quickly spread
(trough the company, and Cleveland mini
rniiid both himseil mid Mary the subject ol
bservation and icmark. And not only so,
nil actually proscrihed, in endeavoring i,.
oake up a uiiillion in which he proposed
o dance with Miy. the allempl fnled, n
y two or three couples consenting to tali
he fl mr.
Deeply incensed at this, he withdrew
he house. Jane was also at the ball, am
saw all ihis :inl without a feeling of plea
uro, for now ehe hoped lo regain die at
tendon she had lost. Out she wfs in erroi
0,1 ,l10 way home, Cleveland oir-reil Mar.
'is hand; which a fur leflectton and consul
'-"ion with her uncle and auM, she accept
The W'JJing par'.y was the Urgfgt am'
most brilliant mat had been given for Im
or three years. 'I'he young ladies w he lod
refused in dance a coiillion with die music
nachersome how or other, forgot, the ritcum
mces, and carre.sed ihe bride most trTec
n.nairlv. Lien Jane eon, rj begin in see her
real worth, now that ii wis perceivtd and
ai knowledged by others.
The true history nf Mary became a sub
jeftnf general ronversaltnn, and those who
had looked down upon her as a Kumble!""" " . " el,rs,n V""', y
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iliurn; irni n,i( nuw uu, it,!! (:narat.tei
was eeen, lauding lur cni decl lo the t-Kiea
We can adinire and love vinuoua etlfden.
U in odixTf'; thcA'gh s'c iUv n'wl iKc icvral
OCTOflHU, 25. isi5.
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the coinage to go thro .gli the try ing ordeal
IIOW DO VOU MANA6E YO U
H is usual lo atienipt lo nmian voui
0"'" e"'u'r " t'oiporeal jxioiahiiien
01 by rewaids atldifssed to ihe een
or by wouls alone. Theie ia one clhe
means of government, the power and
impo.-iance olrvhich t. srldom regarded
I lelei lo die human voire. A blow
may be inflicted on a child, aecointian
ied by woiJ.1 so Hinted as lo cotiuteiaal
-n'.iiely its ioieiided effect. Or, th
,arenl may use lanmge in llie coiiec-
!ion ol the child, no i objectionable in il
elf, yel bjioken in a lona vvhiclt inort-
hau defeats Us influence.
We are by no means aware of tin
.lowir of the voice in swaying, ihe feel
u,; of ihe soul. The eueciiiie of n
iood lady in icgrd lo her minisler'i
sermons, is to the poiut. She heud a
discourse from In in which pleased he t
jxceedinjly, She expressed lo a friend
the hojie lhal lie would nreicli il anain.
'1 ei haps,' san I het fuend in leply,
he may print ii. Ah! aj, hp, 'in
nuld not print il in the hnlu tone.'
riitre is a tone in ihe milnii. which
false as is the taste from which it pro-
.eeiis, noes indeed woik wonders. So
s iheie a tone in our inteicourse wiili
(thiltlien, which may be among ihe mo
in i e 1 1 1 aids in Hieir education.
Lm any one endeavor to recall ihe
mage o. a fond mother long since de
Jii'ieu lo her res'. Her iiveel smile
nid ever clear counleuance are broiii-hi
vividly to reccollectior.. So also is her
nice; and blessed is lhal parent who is
rnlowiij wnh a pleasing utleranre.
What is il which lulls the infnni to re-
os ? It is no ai i ay of meie word
lliere is no c.iaim lo ihe unlaughl om
ootht's mid composes ilto sleep. 'ilew
loti-s, however unskilfu.ly arrangeil,
utereii in a Soli trxie are Toil iU lo po
ess iingif! infldHiico. Think we ih
iiii ii.fljenco is confined lo the r radii?
o, i; is ddfo-ed over every ag, an
uses not while the child k mains mult
ne piiental loof. Is ihe boy growing
ude in manner and boisieious in speccii
1 know of no instrument so sure lo con
tol these tendencies as the geolh; lone
I a mother. Sin who sp.aks to he
on Ii.im lily, do- but give lo liij con
loci lite sanction of her own examplt
Vie ;otii8 oil on llie al.cady ragm
d i me.
In the irestire of duv we are liah
o uMer ourselves hastily lo our children
l eihajjs a threat is eXjiressid in a loin
nut irralaiing lone. Instead ol a 1 1 ay i n t
the passions ol the child, il selves t
inciease them. Every fieiful exjiress
ion awakeni in him the same spirit tin
produced i. So does a pleasant voic
:all dp agreeable leeling. Whaievr
iii-position, there, we would encourag
o a child, the same we should mam
est in ihe lone wiili which tvb addie-
There is nothing more desirable in
laughter than ioielligencp joined lo
jenilesj.iiii. The mind is lasliione
ltd lui iilhil, in main, at fchool. liu
he cliaiaclei nf ihe cir.-clioiis is derive
hnlly ai home. How iiustitnabli! I
die confidence nf lhal moiher in jirodo
cmg kind feelings in llie bosoms of he
hildren, who never p-rmils heiself I
si e.ik to iheni with a loud voicp, and i
i srs, unkind ones!
I have hean) a father who, when It
ch'ldien became engaged in a tiisjnit
Would al once nqijiie Iheni to umi
ii Bone,. 1 he L ending nf their vo
ces in hirinony va. toon found lo sui
lue iheti aogiy and rnntrniioiis feeling
I htte is a native, spontaneous U'isoiigi
nusic. Ii (linsisisin tli tones wine
is tie fioni her who is ovei flowing wil
noman love. While then, 1 would ai
vise Ihe rr.o'ner lo he rulune nf
pleasant voice, and wain hero! ihe tvi
of addressing hrr children h ifshlv, ,
wculij sllll mora earnestly euunsel h-
to ili-cij.lioe her heart- Out of a kin
heal I, enrne, na'uraily, kind feeling
She who would train op fn r firmly i
li e sweet fpiril of lovr , ran succeed
anl nl0,, duringly ol all, by chensl
" K "UCn. gp"u",''"' Mull seek the:
l"l' - iowir;ul tones.
'Laying ddwn the Law,' as il e I il
man aid when he Lcock d d wo th
7' ,e liici. iy tf ihesi anigsemens mm
;htr-L i. ii.. . . . i
it II .(.,jiy ,,oi I ha ii. lr.i ..r"!.'.'..
I'-iit ljl ol l)Ull.,l'ls nw.viwl u . .;
t i ll- ,v pjjiiiib,1.
i n .sluing upon a wheel dm ing its ra
pid rei olui ions, is mid on the uu'hortiy
d Xennp' on, and nny be compared
Willi Ihe f.imoui lire, ption of SiHiog up,
n nollnng. in China. The en.issiori of
lue lioin ilia mnuihone of iliei com
(iiunest tricks of our counny la:r ii
.iso asciined to Ice Women, by ,e.
ao'J"; I he lumblu ricuis nl e'...,.
... no -otviiii
ne I kewise clearly anticiiiaiF.I. Sn,..
of Ihe jieiforiiMtices of the U eek jug
gler were sufficiently ingeninus; hot
classical anlinuily off rs no teals to con-
test ihe crown with the modern Indian
basket fraud, or the suddea growih and
blossoming ol lhe plain in dm hand of
ne same peilomuis. We have fie,.
'lenily lisiened lo desci iptions of thesa
ricks fio-n an intelligent spectator, whu
confessed Ins inability to oiler the sliuhu
est clue to the mystery. T,e wonder,
lulness of the exhibition is greaiy in
creased by the faci of iis isking place ia
liiiviie houses, to which the iugnleisarn
nivi'ed, and where all u .s imnly of col-
I :.... i
lusion isiemoveu. jei Hie woman who,
having been placed under ihe bke'
has been heard In ftroan, aiut graij'u'lly
laint away bencdih ihe repealed slabs of
her accomjdices. is, in I. w mtnules,
ten to walk in al llie dour, peifeclly
uninjured, while the ba-kf, being lifted
is found lo be empty; ,Hs j 0
m the jirescnce of twenty or ihiny of
Ihe most acute and wa'cM'ul ofliceisand
scholars nf Europe. The same mav hn
said of the floweiing of llie plan', whirl),
seems to lie Ihe very poeliy ofjuggltug.
Fiazvi's MaiiHziiie. "
A PRACTICAL JOKE.
isiif4 il mf'jax-'iirar sun'-'u'o wi. ,
lays ago, (says the Huston ccureipnu
lenl of the N. Y. Star,) one t emai ked t
h. e other, 'I'll bel you a L.avy lli.ii I
will calch you before )ott can gol lo lise,
hnichon the ci roei .f wq hundred yaidn
11,) and give you half iho distance a
neatl. Done,' cried the other, and ha'f
he distance being walked off, tho run-
i. r cried 'ready,' and stalled like a
dreak of ligluning fur the goal. Stoji
hi(! slop that long-legged thief.' wa
oaied in a voice of thunder. The run
er saw throiili the luck, but Mill krjit
in, hoping lo win, before tiisaiiex; hm
no'Jier 'slop thiell' i urn nil ev.ry pn.
on ahead ol him loijud, and his further
iingiess was checked. The joker canie
iji irlieved llie person he had caused to
o made a prisoner lo unceremoniously
nd the Iwq walked off ai m-in-ai m,
The winner nn os.lv geni rou-ly tduses
he hat but declares Hut hit will present
.is Iriend wilh a superb castor, for tli
;ood nature willj which lie submitted tu
The Montieal Cathedial contains 13f
ri3 jiews, and i cajiable of holding 15.,
JOO persons, fi will coI when finish,
d about ijajO.OOO; and yel some aila
if the interior give little evidence of
real expense or superior design. Soma
I the picture are truly maginlk'Fiit.
ftae ascent io the tower," distance nf
J15 feet.is by 2S5 steps. Ii (!, a fi
view of the sunounding couniiy, tf tdo
onveni.me gardens, rivr, &c.
THE FARM Ell'S S0,0
1 digs, I hoes;
1 plows, mows,
1 geta up wood for winter;
I reaps, ( sows,
I tateis grows,
And for all 1 knows
I'm 'dtbied io the Printer,
1 do suppose
All knowledge flow
R gin from the Priming Press
So off I goctj
lu these 'eie clo's,
And seldcs up I oulss,
Some wag uy9 that the nuly borrowed
nicle he ever letumrd prompt'y was
ms from a pretty gir'a ipg. Of course, ha
turned it pn ihe spot
A love.iotiched n.,1,1 sel, wrii'nrr to
r"lellt r,"siys: Co-whap me, Johnny
liiins don't look all fiied lirh down
lere. ialers is un and Ihe nld ,
;'c Joing well,' a