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IL U. MASSEtl, JOSEPH EISEl.Y. ? PuaLisNKRs inn S PnnrniHTOHs. H. It. vJMSSKK, JCdltor. OJiet in Centre Alley, In the rear of II. ti, Maa ter'a Mrre. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he jaid hIf ypiirly in advance. No paper discontin ued tiN all arrearages are paid. Nlsnhscriptiotn received for a less period than mt Monnt. All communications or Irtims on tmsincss relating to the offirc, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. E. B. MASSES., ATTORNEY AT LAW, suitbuhv, r a. ,5 usiness attended to in the Counties of Not ffuurpl wland, Union. Lveiiming and Columbia. Krft-r to i Thoshs Hart & Co.. I.nwtn tfc IUrhos, Haht, (.'unnim A. Habt, KuTWOLns, Mc Pah la fin & Co SSpKai.to, 'toon fc Co., sTi uc; k lira ivtkxt V.SHX1TG- fclACEXlTE. rjlHI-S M.chii.ff h.m nvr b-n tex .y more JL limn thiMy fanilie in thin nigi;'" I r...i;.. I i. kimnl in lift ll.ll Rivr-Il nillll' PWVir-i.ii ihmi. a in coiistrucli.in. (tint it cannot get out of order. Il ,i,,a no iwm..ru.t, ml noM.iin.or roller. M nut of repair. Ii will do twice aa nint h wmh- j with le than ball the nr and tear of an of : .: i ..e ;n ..n . CO 1 4 1 114 Cft out me i ... : i . i. ,.r ,,,.!., ; '..nr. .' ,"":""r ,.. tance.il c.wts but Imle over half 4 inucl. hi. othur Avinliing iiitcbuie.s, The fcul'wribcr hns the exctiiHvc right for Nor (hutuberlHinl, ITiiion, LvcomieR. ('ol'jnibiK, I.u Gertie and Cliiilon cnunlies. Price of siimle m:i chii.e f fi. H. B. MANfUI.'. Tlie fiillowiiiR certifimti' f'ron a few of lliuse who hive these muchi'ieg in use. fiinbiuy, Aug. 24, IS4I. . We. die suWrers. ccruty llwl we have now j An,? takil, ,)f IBt!!f Ptlpose cater for our in ue. in our families. "Simgeit P..lent V h- . . . , . .. . ; i MrMrM-.ni'l.lo not hita.e ..).,. ll.,t it i- ! f"A Fc,,lll"!-r S'" " l,t,er most iscelb-nt inv,-ini.n. Tht, in Wa-liing, j present wenrible of the thorough bred men of it will saveui.ire ihan one hull the uu.il Islior. I,ndon. Tliey will regret to know, for one Tlist it rfues not requite more thiMi one third the... , , . ,. . , V , s i . . i .u . ,u tiling, that v hi til cravats, at dinnjr and even isual qiiiiilliy of o p and witter ; ami that there i-' is n.t rulibin?. and con quwuly . little or no wear- , inir parties, are as indispensable as they were tug nr tesruiir. I'b it it knooka ..jrmi buti.ms, Bnd , fifteen years afro quite as few people, as then, (bat the Guest clciihes, sncli us collar. lre, tucks, ' , , . , , . , , " . , , ' , . . looking-tolerably in them, or knowinrr how to Jnlls, Ac, may li waslcJ lit a vety short time . , ' wnliool tlie IimsI mjutv, nnd in fact without tniy apimreni wear and tear, whulcv. r. We iheref.tr.' t'iiecrfnllv ret oinineiid it t i our fiiends and t.i the l ublii'i at a most ust Oil nd l ib. r savum m.trbii.e. CHAKI.KS W. HECINS, A. .lOliDAN. CHS WEAVER. CHS PI.ExSANTS, ;ll)KO MAKKI.E. H.m. CEO. C. W EI.KEI!, HEM. HEMMtlCKf. j tilDEON I.EISENKi.Nti. I Hrnw's Hotri., (formerly Tremont House, No. j HO Ch-snul Blieei,) Philndelpbia, tH-pleniU r j HI i, 1844 I have used Shuficrt's P,.tent Wash'nn Machine in my hou-e upwards of eiCht month-, and do not ( liesitate to lav Hint I deem it one of the mo t use- ; r..l and v.hisi.le b,bor.avi,,8 machine, ever inven- ted. I formerly k-l Iwu wnmeu cui.tiiiually oe- j copied in wnshina, who now do as much in two j lny an they then did in one week. There is no , wear or teitr in washiui!. and il reunites not more : than one-third the uual quantity of soap. I hve j riB.t a niiiinter or omer m .cnine. in my imn iv, nm , this is so decidedly socriiir t. every thing else, and no li'lle liable In pet out of leper, that I would n..t do without one if they slioul.t cost ten times the irice they res..ld for. DANIEL HEKIt. " UMIIRKFJ.AS & l'AUASOLS, CHEAP FOE CASH. J. T. SWAXIT'S Umbrella ami l'arasol Mantil'ac.tdiy. Au. 37 AorA Titnil strrrl, two tlvurt Ltlolv Ihe city nori:i Philadelphia. IAVAYM on l.a'.d, a lare stock of I.M U. BL I'lt'i'l'. atin i .1 it lot m..7, nn te iii tue ; lut.tn.w -ilot finked L.ted i ara-oia ui I nesi woiKnvinsiop alio mauriais. ai pitien mm win i make i an tibiect ioC.tui.trv Meichao a anj oilier to call and examine hie t.-k h. fore puirha-inrr elsewhere. Fe . 23, 1845 - ly SP ANI 13 ti. niutiis an TAXXKRS' Oil.. hOOO 1 y Li Ptati Hide first quality. :VsOO Dry Li t.ui.a. do ItMtU Dry lt. .1 La Cuira. do tfUIMI Diy ra!t.d Mr ail Hides, do '.iTt Bales (ircen rnltiil Patua Kips. 0 Hal. a Dry Pa oh Kq.s. 1'iO Barrels Tantieia' Oil. Taiiner"-' and t uri i. is' Tools, For sale to Country Tumii-rsal the lowest prices and upon the best terms. N. B. The highest maiket price paid for ell kinds ol 'leather. 1. K1RKP ATP.ICK i SOXf. No. 2l,Kouth Third St. Pliil tdelphia. Pppitniher 14, IS44. ly. v i;c et a ii ma: iom ior x u, roR tiik rrnti or n v s p r. r s i a . HUH Medicine is offered tn the public gener- j ally, from a full conviction that It is superior to any other niulieinn now in use. for the cure of j Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Ncivoua Debility or H.i.lily t e ikuess, ate. It effects have been lesteil in a private prarl'ce of near light ynaia, and it is now more eltPlisivt ly circulated, at the ,.li im.le nl m.inv who havr re reived tfie mort siutial benefit from ihe u-e tf it. The following ia one nn.oriH a number of r. rtifl rates received in relation to the succes of this me dicine: Lr aster Co. March IS. Dn. (iroaor. V. Ants, Dear Sir i It ia with uriat pleasure that I in form you of ihe lurceas attending your Dyspeptic Medicine, while employed in my piatlice. Prom past experience, I firmly beliete that in eight case out of len.lhe Dyspeptic, by the use of y..ur medi cine, may eiuirtly ml himself of this thorn in the pathway of life: not only in dyspeptic eases, but in all eaaei of constipation, and disease depend. 114 on adibdiiated stale of the nervous system, tone, ther i'h a t:. pi, I attte of the bowels, will your E ) sir be found of inretimable value. Numerous in stance wherein the usef nines of the medicine ha been realised, may la) foiwarded, if required, I wi.h you itreal surcess, and recommend Ihe medi cine to the bulfer'H part of mankind. Voum, with greal re-pert, K'l ) U E it I' All NEW, M. P. fjfj For sale at Ihe store of II. U. Maaavr, agent for the proprietor, tSuntury, Pa, October SCih, 1814. ty vU JJN Absolute acquiescence in the decision of the From the N. Y. Mirror. WILLIS' LtCTTftlt) PROM BUROPE. M'MM:N huveII, July Weather in Iindon Present Wearables of tho bred Men of England French and I English Fashions Morier, the author of j llii.jji Halm Copyright Law American I Writers .National Literature The exhibi. j t ion of Cartoons Effects of a moist Climate ' British and Foreign Institute The Count-1 ""ty England' pudding in tfiitc Uked ours Huts of bis vlelh, he had apparently no other al psh Cdlubrella, &c. j ouly half, I like to taste England occasion- ternative. The account wns placed on bin Mt PnAR MoRit-The summer is with I all-v' ' nur" ia d,,ne- bnoU "r,J ?wn ,','P""P"- S "'c )"' nft-r. J""" 1 ""P"- With mo, in Knjiland, there has been little si?ns or it, exeep. the very 1,. i w,jie nat fron) JJocbe it Costor which with a ! ,, . ,! ' ,,, ! enntirnnnce ot the nresent wenltier. is not like. . contiriuince of the nresent wealher. is not like- ! .. .. jy (o ffi jTP destiny. It is too cold for white : hat or whitp trowfers, and half the men in the I streets of Indon havf worn overcoats thjounli these two weeks of July. I, for onp, pn about in double flannels, and keep a fire for my com panion in my solitary room not sorry to have nn excise for profit injr by its couipnnhblcnes?. tie them, I dined out in one yesterday, and, (till I forgot in the conversation of a newly cele brated authoress, who sat on my lelt.) I ltd t as if I had exchanged cravats wilh one of the loot men. For a man who wears the whole of his beard, they are l-coinin?, and therefore look well on foreigners in Ij.ihIoh, but the Koiflish still persist in clean months ond chins, and wear hioh i-hirt collars, w hich, with white cravats, are execrable. Hats are no longer carried in1o the drawing- room at parties, hut delivered to a servant be ' lull, claipj M'tii. t.f.L'.it.3 tl.n... axil the . i.rw r.ni.p, nil.. in n:.n iu-i, null I V t It wnri, numherH by which they ar . f"'- 11:11 "'"'""S ctinonsly d. are to be called teriorated in England. The best dressed men wear abomi nably ill-looking ones, ImiiIi as to shape nnd tpm lity. I am cherishing my black IV-ehe &. Cos- tor very cnreliilly, but what with being caught every day in tlie rain, anil knocking ahoul in hacks and omnibuses, I shall soon want another i and I commission you to send me, fiont abori- wondjr. I have not seen the drawings myself, ginal America, a hat to wear in highly civil- ! but shall go to-morrow omicxI day. i?.cri London ! And I should certainly send! The moist clinnte is beginning to do itiiisti home tor American clothes, were my wardrobe j ft) woxk on me int of relieving me of my out deficient. You would hardly ppi a clerk in 1 pr si;jn) nn, permitting me to walk nbr.iaii in Peail street to wear the scant, tdiort-waisted, ' nn lln,),.r one that more resembles tho one I tight-sleeved coat worn by the i. minted dandy ' sported in my youth. One gets so transparent in Hyde Parke. Jennings should set up a branch of his IWadwny shop in Loudon, and t . . i-. . ...i - . ... .i I sOllil out mat one oi ins many riuiem w ho iii.iki.- ytnir coal rr.s uirg r you wool n a intrude ,1PV(.r done, I believe, till tho advent of Cur- penter in Philadelphia. i If Inglishineu were not by o much the finest i figures of men in the world, they wiiild certain- ly pass tiir Ihe ninft ill-drt'ssed. It is strangi! how they stick to their defective fashions. ; Twelve years ago I marvelled at the scant , coats, scant waistcoats, and ttght-eggd trow- sers of Englishmen, and they are worn just so now. Happily this conservation is n type of their character, and they art just as constant to their friendships. I doiiht whether there is atiother country in the world w here the Strang. er goes back, after years of absence, and tmdd his welcome so completely unaltered. (Please not to smilent mv nreniien nnd deductions!! I fancy that the extravagance of Canes nnd fancy cravats of expensive satin, which prevail- ed in America the Inst year or two, Were bor- rowed by us from the French, and never "nb- taincd" in England. At li.a.t, I see nJ algns of them now. A gentleman, to be sure, baa al- , in full dres nudity. Mint of the I melon lions, ways need of an uinbrella, in (.'is climate, am! I understood, were in the crowded Moms be few people are to be seen without one, any day yond the threshold where 1 hailed, but I needed in the; year t but, if lie Carries n stick, it Is a my bed more, tlun (o bear them "rour." A-i I short common twig of w hile wood that costs a shilling, and no such a thing as a cane is now ; spen in an evening party. I doubt also whether our late fashions cf long hair is not copied from the French or e.vclua.vc- ly American. toucan hardly He a young man in llroadwu)' whose heed iJ not sinned by a sigle hem, around lha inck, omdfoy the curl- i"g tonga of the hair dretwef, but this rtlfini nucy would be bsdicd 011 aa lather "tigerish1' in Ixmdon. fcihorl hair, with very short whisker, both very much brushed, in still the fashion here Bh it waa years ago, though I nee imperials (which your country reader- require explaining ns a tuft on the tinder lip) becoming prevalent among ihe most dashing of the etfeet dandiea. 1 breaklasted, or rather lunched this morning, at a very celebrated tabU, with Pome vpry charming and celebrated people. Ono of the gc.eeta w as Morier, the anther of "Ha iji ILba," a writer who delights tne exceedingly in a book, and whease lips and e.::iem are as graphic aa hia pen. He im atout, bald man, halo and ruJ- sTTTTTO TTT7TD "W A JJJ) UJ 1LTL U AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: majority, ttic Vital principle of Republic, from which Kiiiilr.iry, Northumberland Co. dy, perfectly at his rase in all eocirty, and ready In supply the topic, or listen, ns the occasion calls for pithcr. This is n Itind ol man, ty the tt-ny, much prized in London wholly iinrorng. nif.rd (a to value) in America. I have often picked nut one of the kind in New York, find Moiled inwardly to ice haw his gold passed for copper lint it is of no use to hurry civilization. Our society, to use a homely figure, is n pudding as well mixed as that of England, 1 had a little talk with Morier on convrisht. I I "M Imn Ih.Mlie Rnglili novelists, spite of j r injustice to them, were 'Mns in a nianjrer.'' ! No publisher would hmj a novel from wr, fir ' J ' . ., ..!,.. ,!,., , .11 L:. .,! TJ..1 " ".-'- wer' and IPIsraeli's, and every body's else, j for nothing. Tins consequence is that Ameri-1 can writers shrink from elaborate works, and spend their efforts on periodical writing, or do anything follow any profession rather than I help the national literature and starve. The I Philadelphia (iazettc : Il'J C , who slionld-t henr of '.-omethinu 'o advantaje,' and question then came very naturally, "why does i was in Philadelphia about '.he month of , in ' i it no! to the advantage td'a poor tailor to col not Congress see Ihi, and acrec to mend lite 'he yenr 17!)"). will send his address to the edi- , lect nn oldebt 1" obvious injustice by a proper copyright law !" j tor of this paper, he will hear of snmethii.rr to j "II"! cr.n Catch you in the tdrect, ' slid the Aiixwrr because it would slightly raise the j advantage. I'rinters in the neiobborin States swindler with an oath in the deepest rage, "I'll prices of literature, and short sighted di'ina-, (rogue find excellent stuff for speeches in the j advocacy of "cheap books for the people." , I'csttlt that the people get no American j books, arc impregnated exclusively by foreign . writers, and w ith English and monnrehinl pr in- ' ciples? lint this begins to read like an essay. There was one topic touched upon that will be interesting to artists. The r.thihition of rurttmnn opened yesterday, n rid some of tl.e company had been to see them. The (rnvern ment, in ornamenting the new House of Par liament, wished to know the vulue of frrf -n. viiintii!"- whether it could be successfully mid : cil'ectit;ly done by iniHlern artists. They therefore liberally offered prizes for the best crayon drawings for Ihe ornament of walls and ceilings, and the result has been more Ameri can Ihan English i. e. the "new brooms hav swept the cleanest." The best are decidedly by artists lit vPr before heard of. It is so uni versally the case, in this conservative country. ., . . . t ... ei c t' that a man tntist have been "heard-of-before i hrforr het is rirr hrarl of, that for namidess artists to carry off these prizes is much of a I in England ! I trust to be quite "as good ns j new" in a fortnight more having nusM fortu nntelv made desperatp and sncces.-ful resistance to Ihe H.K'tnr's proposition to shave my head during my lute il'uess. Put seriously, there arf! tlHry l(rBllx ail, Mra j (llir jry diinatc who are lookin', sadly, at their yellow-lying fnces drying preinntnrely up in our climate id'violrnt extremes, when, if I hey would only come to temperate England, they would "casl heir slough" liko insects, ami renew their yunth altogether. (I trust the "Cunatd linn of steamers" will give mo my next passage gratis ! fur the hint.) Ladies look as fresh at fifty, in . this climate, an ladies, in ours, cease ta look at , thirty. l,,,,!,! in, for a few minntps, an pvenitujor two since, at a mirre of the Hritish nnd V or- ; Hgn Institute, and saw a Chinese Mandarin 'and MissCushnmii amniiff other celebrities. It j struck me, (not for the first time,) how une- i qnally males and females dress, ns In protection trom cold seeing this Chinese w ith a close cout nnd a huge ca.-htnerc shawl over 'tis shotihlers, while ihe ladies around him were made my chit a lady paseeil trie on Ihe stairca-e, whom the servants passed up with the announce incut ol li e "Countess Ciilabrella," (a litera ry lioness of the tnot luminous name,) and a pair of very pretty feet and ankles stepped fr i a slioy equipage at the street door an mat i attractive going, (a is sadly frequent in this i wicked world) -all "1 he other way, the other way." It wanta but half an hour of the mail's cUnncr for the packet of to-morrow, nnd there is a mu- sic grinder Just commencing under my window, and I tan ne ther think nor write to an Italian i air Ho, my dear Morris, adieu for this packet. Yours, respectfully, N. P. W1L113. Prw.RE or Hokk Fi tsti An extravagant i young gcntleinau having a pair of bi atitilnl $tay I hoi aes, aaked a fliend w ho happened to be of a j serious cast, what he thought pfthein. "Why, I conies,'' replied the other", " Ihey look eitie mtly beautiful ; but 1 am feaf ful that your gray will soon becouvctU'J iutoduiu " m lViUG. there i no appral but to force, the vital principle and Pa. Saturday, Aiir"! IK, is 15. now a TAii.tm roi.LKCTKn a innr. A TKt'n MOItY. Near the elope of the l.-ict century, a (Junker knijflit of the shears and thimble, who exerci sed his n vocation in Philadelphia, was imposed iipnt) by an adroit acoiindri'l, who contrived to petasiiittif clothes on credit, and afterwrds Floped without paying fur them. The Quaker wais too poor to lose the debt, but like many o wards he vns e.tninininjr his oi.l records of iwu .ml credit, profit and loss, when I.m atlenl.on was attracted to this account, and all the circuin stances attending it came fresh to mind. Sml- demy nn old tliouijlit snjo-erteu nseit. "I'll try nn experiment." said ho to himself, "perhaps I mny succeed in catching the rogue and nettinjr my pay." Ho immediately prepnied an ailverlii einent, in substance, ns follow, which he inserted in the ' are requested to copy." The latter clause w as ' inserted from a vann suspicion that the rogue bad taken up his ahmfp in New York. j Having instructed the Editor not to disclose : his name to the rorriie if he should call, but to request the latter to leave hi address, the Qua- ker patiently awaited the result of iiis exp'-ri-j menl. In a short lime hp was informed by a ' note from the Printer that the individual a llucieil to in the advertisement, having arrived from New York, might be found at n given place in the city. The tailor lost no time in preparing a transcrint , i "'" '"s terount, not forgettntif to charge interest ! troui the tuiio that the debt was incurred. Ta king a constable with him, who bore a legnl process suited to the occasion, he soon arrived at the lodgings of the swindler. Tli" constable was instructed to stand oil' at n little distance till a signal should indicate the tune tor him to approach. ' The Quaker now rang lb" bell, ntul. whrn the servant appeared, reouested lion to iufoini the t . ' ' M gentleman of whom he was in search, that friend wished to speak with him at the d or. The man obeyed the summons, and soon both debtor and creditor were l""l;ing each other in the face. '"How dost thou do)" kindly inquired the Quaker, 'perhnps thou dost not know me !" I believe I have not hid the pleasure of yotir acqnaitllunce," politely answered our hero. "Dost t holt remember i urehasiiiL' n suit of: . . , , j forgetting to pay for them J" asked Iho Qua ker. "Oil no!" said thegen'leman, blushing slight ly ; ymi must be mistaken in the person, il can not be mo that you wish to I' ml " "Ah John I know thee Vety well. Thoti art the Very man I w ished to see. Thou hast on at Ibis moment the very waistcoat lliat 1 made lor thee. Thou tuu.-l uckilow ledge it was of g.shl stuff and well made, or il could not liuve lusted I lice so loi(i () yes," '""I 'he genlli'inan, nppeuiinif snd- ,i ... i., , rpcolli-cl Ininself: "I do r.-iiieinlii'r now - t, cireuiosliuii-i! to w hich ymi allude. Yes, j y,-s I had intended to Call nod settle that lit- , ,.. bill heti re leaving Phihiilelphia, and you i detiend on itiv doing . I have Cihiio hero l.i M tute po-sesion of a large amount of property ! .. i,.m,. i'i., i ... h u ill M,... ln.in is il.o advertisement which upprised me of my good ; fortune,'' Here he handed to the Quaker a New York ' p0l.r containing a cony of too atUertircitient u U)Sl, bu-torv we have given ulnve. Tl.e (ii i- ker looked at .t with ill.pci luublo gravity unit continued "Yes, I see thou art in luck, but an mV ! inatid is a small one, I think I must mi.-l on pi vnirnl before thou coiuesl ill (loses.sioii of'lhy largo ettates." The proper signal lu re brought the mnst.ihle into tho presence of the puties. The swmdb'r wns particular astonished at the iipp-aruiiee of tbi,. iiimli Miary, whi iiniiiiiliulely lieonn to ex-, ; ,.c,.te 3 p,,rt J u,e drattu. "What!" exclaimed tlie roue in an angry , ; lone; "you sun ly huven I eotd 01c ! i "V 1 huvr," rej-lifd Hit Quaker, ''utid lliou j lv Ui'lui ''"l'll"i.' 1"" P' PuBl thee. ! "t-'u," :","."id :'B Jt;l'lor. (1,,,ll"2 I,ir"- I ''u'r cuu'" "co",,, " a"41 1 Wl" I1" ou I if I t.ntKi" The three went into the hotus togell.er, and the sliimerv eentle.uan having ascerlumed the! amount of the bill, paid it ill full. The tailor having sillied tiio receipt, placed it i'i the hands of h.e creditor, w ith leclmg such ua may bo r-adiiy iiiui'iued. 'J'he b'Ai.'idltr took il u ud for the titst toon el.tuced at tho va rious itcma ot which it wu composed. He tatJ iiuthnio till ho came to Ihu Let charge, MCAN Wll immediate parent of despotism. .Irrrnnso. Vol. 5 Xo. 4 T Whole Xo, 235. Ahirh was "for alvrrt!singt" when he broke forth "tlalloo! vvhnt'g this? Tor atlvcrlistne ?' Thai's tin odd charge in a tailor'a bill, You're cheat intj me !' "() no," coolly replied the Qnakcf ; "that is all riirht. I have chnrped thee the cost of puh- ! lishinir the advertisement wliich thou just shoW' ed me." Here the swindler utteret! ti horrid oath, as lie demanded, ''Do you mean to say that you caused the publication of that advertisement V "Truly I did," replied the Quaker with most provokhifr coolness. "You told a lie in it," quickly retorted I the rocue. Convince me of that," said the Quaker "and 1 lion wilt find me ready to confess the fault." 'You said 1 would hear something to my nd Vii tit h ert., j J would come hero." "Thou art mistaken," immediatoly respnn- ded the Quaker i "I only promised thnt thou jjive you such a cow hiding a will not le.tve the breath in your body." ! "Nniist-ne," now' raid trio quaker ; "if thou j really itiietitl.-i to do any thing of that sort, we j had better step out into tho back yard and finish ; the business at once." I The rogue w as completely non phmi'i by the j Cmilnen nf tho Qu.iker, Mud htood spyechlems j and almost petrified, j 'Now," said the tailor good-naturedly, "let ' nie pi ve thee pieceof advice. When next thou hunt occasion to got n suit of clothes, lliou had ' belter not attempt to cheat the poor tailor, but j pay Inm honestly, for then will lliy conscience not ili-tnrb thee and thy sleep will be ewect and In almost every cae two flics were found up refreshing. on the same plant, differing a little in size and There is no doubt of the literal truth of this ! color, the le-s being of a darker green, and the story, ns we received il suinc time since fiom the lips ol the Quaker hitnsf lf.-.V. Y. Tribune. lit fi t live Tri lti mnl lUiettnlvr tlrrntti. Mrs. I,. Maria (hilil, the celebrated author ess, gives the follow ;ng direcliotis for Iho pre M nlioli ! defective teeth nnd i.ffensive breath I Noltody need baro an offensive breath. A cnre'ul rt inoval of s'l'.istnnces from between the j teeth, rinsing III mniiih alter meals, and n bit .... , . ,, , ot ehareoiil held m the tnotilh, will always cure II II Ml oreitl 1 1 , A lump of charcoal held in the month, two or three limes a week, and slowly chewed has a wonderful power to preserve the leeth nnd pnriiy the breath. The action is purely che mical. Il rnnnti r.iets the ncit! arising from a disordered stomach, t.r food decaying about the gtuns ; and il is tins ncid which tlcbtroya the teeth. A dear friend of ours had, when about twenty years ol age, a front tooth that turned black giadtially, crumbled, mid so broko off' piece menl. Iy frequently chewing charcoal, the progress of decay wits not only arrested, but na lure set ignroiisly to work to restore the liretich, nod the crumbled portion grew again, till tun whole tooth wait ns sound ai before ! Tins I himw to be a fact, Ev.-iy nun knows that charcoal is an antipu trecent, and is used in boxing up animal or vegetable substances, to keep t hem from decay. lTxo the saint, chemical principle, It tends to the teeth and sweeten the breath. J hen.- is no danger in swallowing it t on tlie ' ennl r.try, suiill quar.tities have a healthful ff- 1 lect 011 the luuarJ n)stciiit particularly when i the K'dy is siillermg from that class ot com : plaints pecoli.il'y iilCidt'iit 0 stliliinCr. ll would not be wi-e In swallow any gritty sub stance, in large quantities, or Very frequently but oik e or t . ice a week a litl e would be salu- i tarv rather llinti oiherw ie. A bit of charcoal ns big h 11 cherry, merely held in the nio'ith a f.;w hitura W illi. .ut clnw nur, ha.i a good effect, Al first most people Ihslike lo cht w it, hut use siion renders il far inure dL-agreeable. TIiosp who are trotildcd with an cfloiieive breath ; p t (fic ro(,t, tne top ctit oii, utid then gfouml might chew it very ollon, ami swallow it but j j a (,Uitar-niiil. T'Vciity siaiks yield a palioii M.-ldoin. It is pecniiaily important to clean nnd ! 0t j,iiCt. A gallon of ju:ce yields nuc-rbjh! tf rinse the mouth thoroughly before going to bed, ! om) tntll yfupt 01 wiiirh ono pint tteigiiri i.thers.s,; a Mreat del of the destructive acid ; p(Mn(, tnd "B i,af, nri.l of this Hiree-focrtoi will foiiii d iinns 'be night. i j, grained sugar. Mr. II. mado HI lb, in ll t!ie.-e hints itulcce only cue person to take i ,iay Wll,aHimple arp r.tusoi hiown constr-f-better care ofllio leeth, I siiull bomoiu than fo- j ,l(m yIVfi t(ul,(r.-i niiiid, lit 1 cts. per lb.. wsrilcd for the trouble of writing; I am con- j per Brrp. It would harp produced, say t tinually pained to eo young piople losing thrir 1 bushels of com. al --.'lets., or .lg,"l. teeth merely for tho want of a few aitnplrt pre- j cautions; and cms cannot enter a stsge or. Avri)or. ,r I'm P.t nt. A corresporr Mcn"' cat wnm-.ni mining toe aimospnere pot- I nn'' rt-nilcrctl absolutely unhealthy for the ""'.? "r.-nu.i-, w n proper u ... a.i-r r.n.1 rbarcim! might tender it ti wholesome ami j .j,,,,,,;,,, wlnlooil av.d d'omit Ihe lame qoao pleasant as a breeze of Eden. j (li ur. ut ullo-.v, simmer them a tew mfii- Maau"xr. PoTnots -After a manias ; tp togell.er, ., aB ,!, w 1", mix. Apply th.v tin other day in a country town in Connecticut, ! t"'N'"-rc Villi f'lierur fine bru..)l, U) the cre ti.e brel.-Bioooi took the 1 arson aside, and very ! " .i.e and joints of ihe iie.I-Vad, and these ver - mykteriously viLifpcicd ti lorn, " Cun't y,.n lako the payout 111 tateti?" ii rcks or AnrrjiTisixo. I square I insertion, ' ' f 0 ftl t do 2 do . . 70 I do a d.i , . 1 f!R Every su1irqnrtit Inriirh, 0 2 Yearly Advertisements i one column, f2.1 1 half column, $ 18, three squares, $13 t two squares, fV I one square, f5. Half-jcarly t ptin column. I8 I half column, f 12 ( three squares, $8 t two squares, $'H one aqutire, Jrt fin. Advertisements lelt without directions at to thf) length of time they are to be published, will bo continued until ordered out, and charged accord infily. rjjr.sisteen lines make a square. 1 .'- i. .. 1 ' 'gl'l Pol nine Blight. To the Editor or the TntnnNK, KnnW inff that you fuel a deep interest In the welfare of the farmer, I Bend you n few observations on the cause of the disease among potatoes, so pro valent last year, which I think I have discover ed, and perhaps a remedy. This morning for the first time, I observed ft few tops of tho potatoes in my srnrdeti bejinnlnj to wither and curl up. rMipposingthat thccailstj miffht be hear at hand I Commenced a critical examination of several withered tops, to disco- ver it if possible. I Foon found a green fly n bout one fourth of an inch in lenffth, upon eve ry top that had berrnn to wither, and on most of them Iwn i some had foil, a few six. On Onrj t? J found four yoonjr flies about one half tbn sine of the adult, and on three others, one each, about, one fourth grown. Tfiia insect, I thought, must be the rn!ic of the disease, commonly called the Curl-Top or Potato Hot, since I found it on every diseased lop in HO or 40 cases, and usually on the part of the plant which had begun to wither near tho healthy part of '.he stem. On the stem of ono where the fly wns there was o stuall globule of viscid transparent liquid. This stein had be gun to droop, but only so little that it would scarcely be observed. Another globule on tho upper si.lo of a curled leaf, on which a fly Vfi9 sitting, was Riund to be sweet. Mary of tiio leaves that were liuieli wilted fell ns if tt ghlti nous liquid had been spread upon the tipper sor face. These questions, then, nMnrnll y arose : Hoes this liquid e.Vtida from the plant and attract the fly which is innocently sipping his nectar 1 or docs ho perforate the Ftem nnd rati--ii tlie exudation, that liken mn'icioiis parasite Ik; may extract the lile from this root 1 It appear to tne that the insect must be the cause of the: exudation, for the renson, that it was on no phi tit that did not have the fly upon it large containing many eggs, which it nnpeatvd to be depositing. Only one pg was lound in the stein of the plant ; yet there were i;n."y p'a ces sppnrently f tnng upon the disen'-ed ste..;. and the effect of this reached def n in soirt" ca ses three or four inches in the heart of the st.-mj others hollowed down nsfar ns the lrT' liv mr, From the above oWrvnttons- 'Irs'.1 Cfateltj stttns annonr In be evident, tbftt the -t.n-r t.f tl.i i rt . . . . , . , 1 nv riiu.-vs lot- ctiri-iii o m.nu hi e i: i .. '.,., ,. ., I stem Rod the iiiiiiieroiin pr(i?ntiV live o-'Ti platit, sucking up i's juices nn I destroy v.' it- vitality. As a remtih I noipnt it. i! the dUca.-ed part and destroyed a", th" fl;es t could. Abonf 10 o'clock t sprinkled snap-mis upoti one sum'! patch, nnd none worn found unon it at night, though tnany were found upon another piectj that was not show ered. An bnnr before sun spt I sprinkled the suds left from washing upoii the whole. The flies can perhaps be driven out of thf field with a bush where it is not convenient tr shower them. Yours, &c, E. 1. PoMrfcv, N. Y., July ll. lcl-1. P. J. Tuesday mnrn;ng another examination was made and only one fly was to be found on the piece. ( oni Sialk Seq;rt A Cincinnati popcr gives us u most enecitf aging account of ihe manufacture of sttgnr ttvnri corn-stalk. A specimen produced at the ?'.cvt Harmony sritlement, by Mr. John Ileal, hits! been examined by t!io editor, find pronounce.! etpial to Louisiana supar with t!:e pxeppt.on t f littleacid in the pratiuiatiuti, which will be cor rected hereafter by a liu'.e more alkali in tiio syiup. Last year nccoriliii: to Lis report t.r Mr. Ellsworth, Mr 15. succeeded in mukiiTg an gar) although hia com stalks were much injiH ; ri,, ,v Btlirl. 'Pl,i3 year he madeJC.J lbs. frolll three-iburll.a of an acre, or ;H0 lbs. pel j anA ihe land waa uuland of a nn d.tto j ,ju:ttyt j When lliu Pars begin lo lofiii, Ihey ate pui- j ofi- When the leave are dead about iialf . war Mp, the atnlk i-. Mrtpped of all leaves, Cul , . ,v,,ivss 1Vs that the following re- (.)r t.x.rp.P!,' b,,;.!,,.,, has been 1,.(V' j , trclM), Uf,.j in the City Hotel : "T.I mm will not only tic a H the bed, but ke tV- rouui."