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Rme vears aero Mr. Gallaudet
ss walkine in the streets of
Hartford: there came running to
him a poor boy, whoso intelligent
eyes fixed tnegenueman atten
tion, lie boy inquired, ".Please,
sir. can you tell me of any one
who would like a boy to work
for him, and learn to read f
Whose boy are you ? and
where do you live?"
"I have no Barents, sir," was
tie reply, 'fand have just come
frem the workhonse,because thay
would not teach me to read."
"The eentleman made arrange
merits with the authorities of the
tewn. and took the boy into his
family. He soon acquired the
confidence of Mr. Gallaudet by
his faithfulness and honesty. He
also learned to read, and was al
lowed the use of his master's li
brary, whereby he made rapid
progress in the acquisition of
Knowledge. It became necessa
ry, after a while, that XJeorge
should leave Mr. Gallaudet, when
lie was apprenticed to a cabinet
maker .in the neighborhood.
There the same integrity won for
aim favor. To gratify his incli
natien for study, his kind master
had a little room fitted up for
him in the upper part oft he shop,
where he gave up his leisure time
to his favorite pursuit. He made
rapid attainments in mathemat
ics, in the French language, and
in other branches of learning.
After being in this situation
fewjyeara, as he sat at tea with
the family one evening, he all at
once remarked that he wanted
to go to France.
"Go to France !" said his mas
ter, surprised that the apparent
ly contented and happy youth
had thus suddenly become dissat
isfied with his situation: "for
"Please, sir. will you ask Mr,
Gallaudet to call?" continued
George, "and I will explain."
His kind friend was invited ac
cordingly, and at tea-time the
apprentice presented himself
with his manuscripts in English
and French, and explained his
singular intention of going to
"In the timeoiNapoleon,"said
he, "a prize was offered by the
.trench government lor the sim-
plestrule ior measuring plain sur
faces. The prize lias never been
awarded, and that method 1 hare
He then demonstrated his prob
lem, to the surprise and gratifica
tion of his friends, who immedi
ately furnished the means for tie
fraying his expenses, and with
letters of introduction to the
Hon. Lewis Gass, then the Amer
ican minister to 'the Court of
ne was introduced 10 iouis
Phillippe, and, in the presence
ol the King, nobles,- and plenipo
tentiaries, this youth demonstra
ted his problem, amid the plaud
its of the court He received
the prize, besides valuable pros
ents from the king.
He then took letters of intro
duction and went to the Court
of St. James, and gained a simi
lar prize, offered by the Eoyal
Society. He then returned to
the United States. Here he was
preparing to secure the benefit
cf his discovery by patent, when
he received a letter from the Em
peror Nicholas himself, one of
whose ministers had witnessed
his demonstrations at London,in
viting him to make his residence
at the. .Russian Court, and fur
nishing him with ample means
for his outfit
He complied with the invita
tion, repaired to St. Petersburg,
and became professor of mathe
matics in the Royal College, un
der the special protection of the
Umperor of all the .Kussias,
One today is worth two to
morrows. Jioys, use your spare
moments well. Had George.Wil
son been an idle boy, spending
his evenings in the streets or in
bad company, he would never
have stood "before Irinss." Mo
Forgot His Broom.
Some years ago there was
crossing sweeper in Dublin, with
his booui, at the corner ; and
in all probability, his highest
thoughts were to Keep the cross
ing clean, and look for the pence.
One day a lawyer put his hand
upon his shoulder, and said to
"My good fellow, do you know
that. you are heir to a fortune of
ten thousand pounds a year V
"Do you mean it?" he said.
"Ido"hesaid. "I have just
received the information. I am
sure that you are the man."
The man was convinced. He
left his corner, he walked awav.
he forgot his broom, and he made
haste to seek his inheritance
Like the woman of Samaria, who
"left her water-pot" by Jacob's
well, and hastened to the city to
proclaim the presence of the
Messiah whom she had seen, so
this poor man, filled with strange
thoughts of wealth and plenty,
forsook his labors and forgot his
But are there not many who
talk of their title to a heavenly
and eternal heritage, who yet
hold fast the broom, and cling to
all the cares and trifles and fol
lies of this wretched world! 0
man of earth, look up? "God has
provided some better things for
mortals than worldly gain or
werldy good. Drop your muck
rake, forget your broom.and seek
an eternal heritage, a never-fading
The art of "Jiving together'
pleasurably is greatly promoted
by the habitual exchange of the
little courtesies of life ; thSy are
never unimportant, never unac
ceptable, are always grafeful to
the feelings, and are a constant
well spring of agreeable feelings
in every household. Shall broth
ers and sisters be less careful of
the feelings of one another than
of those of a stranger? And, foe-
tween husband and. wile,., should
there be less effort at.gentleness
of deportment, of suavity of man
ner and courtesy of expression,
than is extended to outsiders,
who have ne special claims and
may never be seen again? Shame
upon any member of any family
who neglects those anectionate
attentions and those suavities of
deportment toward the members
of the household and even to the
lowest servant, which cannot fail
to elevate the giver, and to draw
irom the receiver those willing
and spontaneous reciprocities
which niaKe ot lamily associa
tions a little heaven below.
The word Noah means rest, or
comfort, llus name was. given
to Noah when he was born, be
cause his. father thought, "This
son shall comfort us concerning
our work and toil of our hands,
because of the ground which the
Lord had cursed." Gen. 5 : 29.
All parents expect to find com
fort in their children, and endure
much care and anxiety for them
in that hope. How sad that any
should be disappointed! Yet
some children,instead of comfort
ing their parents', "bring down
tneir gray hairs with sorrow to
the grave." Are you a comfort
to your parent, or do you in
crease their sorrow ?
Farm and Household.
Apples For the Off Year.
One of the most successful ag
riculturists iii the countryisEob
ert Pell, who has a 1,200 acre
farm in Ulster County, N. Y., all
in the highest state of cultiva
tion. One feature is an orchard
of 200 acres, planted exclusively
withthe Newtown Pippin, and
the produce of this orchard is fa
mous in England and Europe, as
well as at home. To attain his
present perfection in fruit, cul
ture, Mr. Pell studied the art of
pomology and learned how to as
sist nature in her efforts to sup
port mankind. Commonly. sneak
ing 'the apple tree ? bears; (every
alternate year. Jilr. Tell deter
mined to have an annual harvest
and to give his orchard a hand
some start he'sacrificed the crop
oi a oeanng year. All the ap
pies were picked while green
lie discovered that the germ of
next year's lruit was in existence
at the time of the apple" harvest,
uut that the tree would be so ex
hausted that this germ would fail
of development, and a year of
rest would followlbefore another
crop could be producQd. Having
stopped his trees lrom fruiting in
me manner 1 have mentioned, he
was sure oi a crop on. what was
generally the off-year, and deter
mined to follow this up by a treat
ment which would abolish the
year system. He learned that
trees required a variety of food.
the chief of which is found in pot
ash , lime and soda, and this orch
ard has been thus fed with all
the success that could have been
anticipated. The potash is found
in w.ood ashes, lime is obtained
from oyster shells at low cost
(stone lime being undesirable),
while soda is supplied by com
mon salt. Orchards thus fed and
judiciously pruned cannot fail of
success, and although this season
is generally short of apples, Mr.
reji's crop is ot usual abundance.
New York Tribune.
Good Way to Make Cottage
A cottage spinster, "Eoselle,"
in communicating bur practice of
making cottage cheese, says : "I
take some sweet milk and stand
it on top of the stove in a new
tin pail, or pan, shaking it occa
sionally, that the forming curd
may not settle to the bottom. I
turn the edges gently that the
curd may form evenly, taking
care not to break it, and not let
it cook too fast. If the heat is
about right it will be, done, in
half an hour. Then V- drain off
the whey slowly, pressing' down
on the card until only whey
enougli remains in it that the
cheese will not be too dry, just
moist enough to mix well. Then
I salt to taste, add a good lump
oi uutter ana work well with my
nana, tnen pack it down in
i ? .i . .
ci-uuk, leaving a; me moisture in
u. mis is better man to press
it into ary balls, bet it away in
the coolest corner of the cella
or spring house. Take it out in
to a aeep white dish and very
carefully dip out and lay over
the top of it a few spoonsful of
thick cream, sweet or sour, but
the sour,is preferable. Lav
clean, bright spoor beside the
dish, and your wholesome poem
is ready for criticism, cold, white
and pretty, and one.of the nicest
dishes known for tea.
Pure Water for Milch Cows.
A New Jersey farmer writin
over the signature of "Agricola"
"Although water, added to
milk, may be obnoxious, proprie
tors of milch cows caunot expect
that the udders will be extended
with the delicious liquid unless
the animals can have access to a
generous supply of clear water.
During the sultry days of sum
mer, pure water for cows is as
important as grass. When a co it-
thirsty, she must be supplied
with water, or the process of con
coding milk will be more or less
arrested. Hence the quantity of
milk will continue to diminish
Soon after a cow has filled her
self with feed of airy sort, there
will bo a demand for water. But
the animal cannot obtain
supply, tho partially , masticated
feed in the rumen villi soon begin
heat and ferment, causing de
rangement of the entire system.
"It is bad policy to require
milch cows to drink at 'ponds of
standing water, which is a pro
vailing practico in many sections
country. When animals are
Allowed to go into the water, and
stand in it, unless there is a
running stream, the wafer will
soon be fouled and unfit to drink.
such instances it will only'
cost a trifle to dig a shallow well,
provide a large trough, and draw
a general supply every day, eith
er with a cheap pump or bucket.
A pail of water is as refreshing
to a thirsty cow or horse as'
goblet of ice water to a thirsty
Wheat and Clover.
Prof. Vockler says: All who
are perfectly acquainted with the
subject must have seen that the
best crops of wheat are produced
by being preceded by crops oi
clover grown from the seed.
have come to the conclusion that
the very best preparation, the
best manure, is a good crop of
clover. A vast amount of min
eral manure is brought within
reach of the corn crop, which,
otherwise, would remain in
locked up condition in all the
soil. The clover plants take ni
trogen irom the atmosphere, and
manufacture it into their own sen
tence, which, on. the decomposi
tion ol the clover roots and
leaves, produces an abundance
of ammonia. In reality, the grow
ing of clover is equivalent, to a
great extent, manuring with Per
Evaporation Instead of Ice.
Ice is an expensive luxury this
summer, and many persons will
doubtless do obliged to dispense
with its use. In the country,
where water-may be drawn cold
from the well or the spring, and
a clean, cool cellar or dairy pre
serves tue lood.lresh, it is not so
muchmissed, but even here wa
ter and butter cannot remain
many minutes in the temperature
ot the eating-room, Tvithnut. Jos
ing . their agreeable qualities.
Several thicknesses of wet clothes
wrapped about the pitcher will
by evaporation, Keep the water
tolerable. It is said that a com
mon flower-pot, inverted over a
plate ot butter, and kept covered
in that same way with wet cloths,
will keep butter in that state of
solidity which is essential to its
Family Sewing Machine;
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A Mice Assortment of
Of the best Italian and American Marble, al
wayt on hand, and at 15 per cent, less than
the same can be bought of any trar
AU Materials Warranted 2fo. 1.
Shop on Main Street, 1 door west of Uhler &
str JOHN CETZ.
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CUERY -& SONS,
Curry's can't 'be undersold in Lum-
bcr, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, Ac, &c.
X lias just received a large stock j
I AMERICAN & SWISS
$ In GOLD and SILvWICASES. S
' Gold and Silver Charms in abun- v
dance. A large assortment X
, of Stnds, Buttons, line n
) Gold Bracelets, fine X
r Gold Jetrelty w
Charms, Silver Thimbles. Gold
' Pens, Spectacles, Nlcael and w
Plated Ware, Ac. We $
I continue to sell Elgin Z
Watches at fac- Sf
Call and Soe our stock of Coot's, Jt
befora purchasing elsewhere. S
SJ to 100 per cent, saved
jy so doing. We uc
as wa wish to ba
done by. All
watencs. Chronometers, Clocks,
Jewelry, Ac, Repaired on short '
ra-Look for tho Big Watch $
if n9A perdayl Agents wanted! Allclas
qJUlUAiVsesorworkinapeoDle.ottlthertex. rouogoroiu, maae more money at work ior ns i
their spare moments, or all the time, than at I
anything else. Particulars free.
Address U. j
nsoa a Co Portland, Me.
itMtnM.i n..uti. n r . ivi.f i. T.f Til Kllxir.
EuaranteeO. lrlceW. SentpostpMd by
u. upnam. 33 sonth cigntn sircet, imimci.
Pa. Circular free. aI
wkrk nnnina IN WALL STREET.
Explains stock operaUons on small capital
without risk. Copy sent free. TUMBKIDQE
TO. S Wall Streel
J)r. J. Walker's California Titt
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra No vada mountains or Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of trbich
arc extracted therefrom without tho nso
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked, "What is tho cause of the
unparalleled success of Vdteoae Bit
ters!" Our answer is, that they remove
tho cause of diseaso, and the patient re
covers his health. They ore the greatv
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,'
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. Novcr before in the
history of the TTOrld has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of YnreaABBrrrras ia healing tho
nek of every disoasa manijheirto. They
ore a gentle Porratire as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver ana Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dr. walker's
Tueoab sittess are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
IL II. IleDONAUI & CO..
Ifencgists and Ota. Agte, San Tnndseo, California,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton St&, N. Y.
Sold by aU Brusfglsta a nil Dealers.
Steel Rail I Double.Track !
BALTiOI k OHIO B. E.
Is the ONLY ROUTE br irhieh holders or
THROUGH TICKETS to New Tork and Bos
ton are enabled to visit the cities of
New York and Boston,
At the cost or a ticket to New York or Bos tou
only, with the privilege orTlsitlns'
Washington City Vtaa
Is the OXLY ROUTE from tho
WEST TO WASIII5GT0X CITY.
Withont a Ion- and ted ions Omnibus Transfer
The ONLY LINE RUNNING MAGNIFICENT
DAY CARS, and
Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Coaches
From St. Loni9, Cincinnati and Colnmbns, to
Baltimore and Washington
Tickets for sale at all Ticket Officers in the
&ontn and West.
General Passenger Asent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
L. M. COLE, Genl Ticket Agent, Baltimore,
The only known remedy for
And a positive remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DI-
TOUS DEBILITY, DROPSY,
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irri
tation, innamauon or uicerattonoi tne
Bladder and Sidneys,
Leucorrhcca or, Whites, Diseases of tbe.Pros-
taie uianu, scone in tne uiauaer, coicuins
Gravel or Brickdnst Deposit and Un
cus or Hilky Discharges.
K E Alt NEY'S
Permanently Cures all Diseases of the
BIDDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPr
Existing In Men, Women and Children,
J&-NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE!
Prof. Steel says: "Ono bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Iluclm is worth mam than sll
other Bochns combined.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Sir Bottles
for Five Dollars.
Depot, 101 Doane St., New Yobc.
A Physician in attendance to answer eor-
aence ana give advice gratis.
g-send stamp ror Pamphlets, freest
TO " i v v i
OP BOTH .SEXES.
A'o Charge for Adcici and Consultation.
B. Dyott, gradn ate of Jefferson Medi
:n. Pbilauelnhia. anthor or several
cal College, PnM
valuable works,-can be consulted on all dls-
eases or the Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which
he has made an especial studv) either In male
or female, no matter from what cause orlgin
atingorof how longstanding. A practice of
38 years enables lum t treat diseases with,
success. Cnres gnarranteed. Charges reason
able. Those at a distance can forward letter
oenti ior tue ituiuo to jicaiw. x rice iuc.
J. B. DYOTT, M. D,
I'ysician and Surgeon, 104 Duane StN. V.
E. H. Strubb,
WOULD tcspectAillT announce to the citi
zen of Holmes and adlolnlnirconnties.
that he Is Dreoared to do all rort in his line
anu gnaranicc sausnciion.
l&aimess Made to Order.
He has tho rleht lor this coontr for the
POJfS PITENTTUG EULKLE. vhlch li sn-
perior to all others.
E. H. STRUBBE.
Berlin , O.. Aug. SO. I8H.
NOTICE IN PMTITM
iTtTILLARD F. BRILLllART AND WIN
I IVi. field S. Brlllhart. who reside in Coshoe-
Welsh and Marshal Welsh, who reside in Knox
county, Ohio. Samuel R.Brlllhart,saraa jjriu
I !,., 1tAll Fv TtAstl and dward G.
Beall, w ho reside lo. Holmes countr, Ohio, will
Ohio, hwwiiiiam It. Brlllhart, M
John Kldd, and is now pending, wherein
said William K. Brlllhart, ct al, demands
nnrtltion of tbo lolloviug real estate, via: Lot
number sixty-eight (03), In tho .vil ago of Mil,
lersburg. Holmes county, Ohio, and that at the
term of said Court application will be
made by wiiuam it. uruiuart, et aj, ior an or
der that partition mar be made of said prem
ise. WILLIAM It. UKILLIIAUTand
11 A. K. OUEElt. Attorney.
Junellth, 13T1. lwT
A MAN OF A THOUSAND
When ilMth vras bourlr exnectcd from CON-
ITIOX, all remedies having railed, and
II. James wasexperlmentlns. He aceeU
dentally mode a preparation or 1.MJ1A.N
KMP, which cured
his only child, and now
this reclne free on receipt Of two Staml
pay expeoes. HEMP also cures night
sweats, nausea at the stomach, and willbreak
rresn coiuin iwruty-iuur uuurs. auufvss