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Fremont Journal (Newspaper) - November 3, 1854, Fremont, OhioI in a " r Fremont journal John Matt in Tisa . . Publishers not i rope Luton. The journal if published Evert Friday morn Iii. Office in buckling to Block third Slorf Krein ont Sandusky county. Thumb. On copy per year in Advance by mail 1 ,.10 paid within the year after the expiration of the year 3.50. Tun subscribers will be charged f 1,75, in Advance Thedio Terence in the term Lieuwe ii the Price on paper delivered in town nah Thoie Lent by mail i occasioned by the sex Peine of earn in j. How to top a pm or. First be that Yon have Pupil for it n p to the Ime you wish it to atop notify the Post Mas Ter of your desire and ask him to inform the publisher under i Frank a he la authorized to in of your Wuh to discontinue. U no paper Disio Linued until All Arrera f i Are Piid except at the option of the pub belie n hates Oit advert Isi no one nuart 13 lines first insertion 51 do e inh additional Lissor Tiu 35 do three month 3.0 do Hix months 3,31 a one year. 5.00 two squares six months s o do one year 10.01 one thir d column one year 15,0ftone year m,00 one column on year 30,00 du9ine00 Dir Ctorn. Fremont . Office we Are prepared to Exrene to order in o heat and expeditious manner and on fair terms almost All de script Iona of Job printing such As bums Sicard till. I. Ii ads Ircul ans Hills or ladino handbills Creti vacates Catalo Ouk draft Rhow Hill Dills fun tiers finals Ualk checks fat wyers Blanks i. A cases Ball tick we would v to those of our friends who Are in want of cult work you need Noie in Road in eel it done when it can be done at Home. I. O. O. V. Croghan Lori ice no. 77, meet at Odd fillo Hall in truck mud uric Luil Diimig every a sturday been intr. Roberts be Sheldon. Manufacturer of Copper tin and Sheet Iro n Ware and dealer in stoves Kujus Wool slides Sheen Pel pm Copper 0j stores also nil sorts of genuine y an Kea n Ntinos. Lac s it Iok is i 5 o. 1.Fremont, Ohio. May 23, 1854. T. P. Finefrock. Skitt Finel Rook & Price attn nets at Law. Freine tit Ohio office in Sharp & Shonie s it lock. Stephen Auckland & co., dealer in drugs. Medicines Dve Lutfe Oil i ails books stationery ac., Frei inn o o. V. & c. S. Glick attorneys a it Witiw solicitors in chancery. W ill a Treiul to All Bua Inea entrusted to their earn in Sandusky and Artini nig counties. Aln Terri i i Anu collecting and insurance agent. Kaiue up Tanir in Nims building. Oli Ollok w. J lick. Cius. 8. Oi.1ck Buck land & Everett. Actor Kiev and counsellors at liw and solicit ors Iii chancery will attend to professional business and Laud Agency in Sanu Usk and a joining cuu Ikie. Olf Ico and Story Buck Laud s Block Fremont. R. P. . To ombre a Krett Greece & ii Aynes. Attorney at Law Aud solicitors in chancery will give their undivided attention to profess ional business entrusted to their cure in san Dusky and adjoining counties. Office in the 2d Story of but Klaud a Block for Emiil o. Allen a. Rawson m. D. Will give prompt attention to the practice of Medicine Ane surgery in Fremont and v Vicinity. Office Corner front at., on the 1 Ike. Chester Edgerton. Attorney and counsellor it Law and solicitor in chancery will carefully attend to All business left ill his charge. He will also attend to the collection of claims Ciu this Aud adjoining counties. Office Sec of d Atory Nima Block Fremont o. 1 exist ii. L d. Parker surgeon dentist respectfully tenders his professional services to the citizen of Fremont and Vicinity. Teeth inserted on Pivot Gold or Silver plate Aud in the neatest manner. offi be in Caldwell building front room up lairs Premoni Farmer s Exchange William bold proprietor. At the Junction of the san Ducky Toiuo innate Toledo and Kiev Biaua uan Roias Viljur Oak " Dusky county Ohio. Puss Euger carried to Aud from the cars free. Drs. Wilson be Stilwell Fremont. Ohio. Residences of Croghan Street near the court House. Feb. 94, 1354. Jas w it Stolf. Trios Stilwell. Croghan House. Cornero front and Pike Streeta Fremont o. J. F. Vaide Iutok proprietor. This House a lately been enlarged and re furnished throughout. A Carriage run in to Section with every Ruiu of car. May. 1654. 16 of Fremont House. Front and Pik streets near the Bridge Fie Mont Ohio. Ii Smith. Tro Rictor. Al livery stable ii attached to and ram vie Kari free of charge. May. 1854. 16-t f. T. W. Kills. We. A. Kills. J. M. Kills j. W. Kills. & sons Manalac Jurers of paper and Blank books and dealers in i enter i ants and Ink a Prius 6eld, Ohio. April 14. Ms4- by Sawyer Ingersoll be co. Wholesale and retail dealers in books station Erv. Printing writing and wrapping paper i routing material. Blai e building. Summit Street Toledo Ohio. Publishing Housand Blank Book manufactory a Upton o. April 7, 183 by. Charles a. Henry produce and commission merchant. Roffi ii with Talcott a. Carpenter a to Street Toledo Ohio a barks to P. Flu Kland n. Ului h in i .sq., 1 Fremont o. Lett so Cern cuter. H. Miller escj., Toledo o Brownle. Piid Luton so co. Or soul Atte Lioa paid to the Purchase and Jioie of june h51 a of Theodore Clapp manufacturer of Confert Zouary and Euler in foreign and Domestic nuts fruit groceries Ana i Ante notion Principe and Havana segur., to. Main Street Fremont o ,1 junal9 ih54 is c Olli a 1ioiwu,or. O. Collins proprietor too Block Xix it of la morn Corne Toledo Ohio. Blank deeds. Mortgages. Q contracts jte., kept on hand or aria Tod to order at the journal office t 7ts 1 a of Mont 0 u a. ,.-, 7l-la Err " " v a i.,.to r.,. ,.l.r a re2co sacrifice of principles. Volume ii. Fremont Sandusky county november 3, 1854. Number 41. Poetry. A poor Man s wife. Her Dainty hand nestled in mine Rich and White and timid a n trembling Dove and it twinkled about me a jewel of Light a sue garnished our least Orive twas the Rne enlist hand in All Ludy Lan and she was a poor Man wife hand of but Little to d think How that wee White could dare i n the Battle of life. Iter heart was lowly a a Maiden might be but had climbed to heroic height and burned like a shield in defence of me on the Forest Field of fight and startling a fire it hath often Al is lied up in her eyes the Rood heart and rare a she drank Down her half of the bitterest cup Aud taught me How to Bear. Her Sweet Eye thai teemed with their smile Lull Imp Maile to look me and Light me to heaven. They Havo triumphed thro bitter tear Many a time since their love to my life was Given i and the Maiden Mee k voice 01 the womanly wife still bring eth the heavens higher for it rings like the voice of god Over my life Aye bidding me climb up higher. I hardly dared think it a human when i first looked in her yearning face for it Ehouse As the heavens had opened then and Clad it with glory and Grace but dearer its Light of Healing grew in our Durk and e Day Blue a the inti now when heaven hath Nob Reuk of Smil Etli the storm away. Of her shape was he Lith Liest loveliness just an armful of heaven to enfold Reea but the form that bends Wei Lik in love the Victor strength is fouled in her worshipful presence trunk fit i a i Ilij Ami tie poor Inin s English Hoina is Ignis wit ii the be Kiuly of Oreece the grand and the glory Ore guest Rome. A column for business men. A in Ctibor of the Suffolk bar in Maeson Chisisi to Liat cd Lluc Smith los Dflia Trad n Lucoure before n Cumirie Cin Institute in 13nt-ton Linit is very full of Mit it. A e in j it in Hunt s merc Minnta Mongu Zinc find Mike no Rio Jory fur Tran ski a ring it with 11 i its length to our columns and comm and Iii it to the careful purus ii of our Nii t Cantil re Dorrs. The Cletu Corcorn discourse in favor of useful Nir a n most ppr Ottiale reference to i l or. Lie say the Savior of men identified himself with the useful labor of life his Public Mission did not commence till to was thirty Yean of be. That Lonj period might have b in passed in indolence in the wilderness Ifju de a or on the Banks of the Galilei which washed the Walls of the City where he was Bro tight up or in the caves that surrounded his Mountain House he could have dreamed Nway n listless manhood without toil or want and found that repose said by Many to be so favourable if not ind Spensi Bleto an elevated piety but not so did he. He became one of us he knew the Stern trials of life. He earned his bread infill arduous Callin he know what toil was beneath the hot rays of the Sun of pales Tine to met the labor of life. To was known no less is Tho Carpenter than As the Carpenter s son he dignified labor and placed the curse on indolence the selection of business. Men have physical moral and mental gifts that peculiarly fit them for some Pur suits and peculiarly unlit them for others Aud the taste for and attraction of certain pursuits should incline each Young Man to look Well at his chosen occupation and and when once chosen to follow it to the end and his earlier training should have special reference to his position and occupation. Before his Choice is made to should consider the obstacles in his path and his utness to remove or overcome them. Law Medicine divinity mechanics present an inviting Field. One May Shine in the Law who would be a Driver in the pulpit and Ninny a Man tins it tempted to menu a broken limb with not Talent enough to re pair the leg of a Stool. Young men have marked characteristics and talents these Are is Well known As their faces better known often to others than to themselves. One is Quick in Fig ures another would Manku a capital s ties Man. One has 8 Legal mind and would revel in the intricacies of the Law another can Only generalize and is Happy Only in Active employment. Some have great Dis Patch others Are cautious Carlut and trustworthy in minute mailers. The Bent of each mind the taste and the Talent must All be consulted in the selection of business. All business has a settled Price of Market value. Success is to be won by obeying the Laws of the calling selected and who would be eminent in any Pursuit must pay Tho Market Price for Success. Two kinds of business May be found to Ono of which the us Pinnt for employment roust address himself. I he one is had and the other Good the one can be found in a Day the other ran be sought for diligently and of ten with Long i he one pays at Onee the other Money must Otto be paid. Business principle principle and integrity Are Good capital to begin and continue life with. In Many Larga houses men enter As partners who Are us statute of wealth and can Only put into the firm their business reputation. Each Man has a business repute and his character is indeed by Little Thisius. As or. Johnson said when he condemned " Book of which he had read Only a few pages. One need nut eat a whole joint of meat to know that it is tainted so you need not be very familiar with a Man of business to know what his principles of Trade Are. It was said that Cuvier the naturalist could take the Bones of any animal no mat Ter How insignificant these Bones might be and by its Aid construct the entire animus and Tell you its character and the climb called its Homo. So out of Small matters words spoken principles avowed acts done or deeds omitted you build up the charac Ter of a Man and make up your opinion about him. You say of some one i like his appearance i will Emp of him he suits you do not Analyse our feel Ings but your mind a made up. Of an other you May say "1 do n i like that Young perhaps you satisfy your self Why if a reason is called for. Yott have taken certain acts of the Young Man trivial though Ali a be and undo up your opinion. A Friend of mine said to the one Day i shall Dio mibs my i knew lie Young Man to was smart and intelligent Well disposed and genteel. 1 asked the reason i am not quite satisfied was the reply to dresses too Well be in too much jewelry his room is too Well furnished he rides too much i know his Means the salary i pay him will not admit of such 1 he Young Man thought he was producing a sensation. He was but not of a character he supposed. It is said that men cannot do business on strict principles of integrity and Honor. But it is cerium that they can be conducted on no other. If it be True or if the state ment of All the approximates to the truth that in Boston for the last Twenty Liv e years ninety Nin e out of each Hundred of All our merchants have been unsuccessful How much worse would it have been if nil had conduct d their business on High moral principles the men who succeeded in life and became eminent Are few. Their characters Are Well known almost All of them have Becu men of High moral Prin Ciple. It was Daniel s mar character to Batraw cd him Froio a slave to the premiership of Babylon and to maintained his Noble position because to conducted his affairs of the realm with such integrity and honesty that his keen eyed enemies could find no fault with him at All in the King s matters. And Cornelius who had such proof of god s favor was a most Loyal Captain in Tho roman Ami. Permanent Success is found Only in connection with principle and integrity in business. The Man who purchases cutlery from the renowned manufactory of Rogers is anxious Only to know that Tho stamp of the plate is genuine. Years ago that House resolved not to Send a poor article into the Market. Its work is Good it cannot afford to sell poor articles. Tho Fame of Day Martin s blacking is wide As civilization. No Man tries it he asks Only if it to the genuine article and a Man that can secure in the famed "07 High Holborn has his Fortune secured. It is said that the stores in thai building will command almost any rent. If the United Stales need in instrument for the corps of engineers or a Glass for Tho Observatory at Washington an order is sent to England f r one instrument and to France for another and to Germany for i third Tho reputation of the House that manufactures is a guaranty for the Excel Lence of Tho article. In the Small town of Douglas in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Thero is manufactory of axes. Immense numbers Are shipped for All parts of the Earth. No Man but the maker sees them till taken from the boxes put on the shelves and swung in the forests at the West in our Pacific possessions or in Africa or in the islands of the sea and if each no wus tried in the manufactory of Douglas before the Pur Chase no More Confidence would be put Tho excellence of the article than the name of the maker inspires. Tho invariable per Lection of the article is Tho business capital of the maker. We Havo men among us now ranking among the merchant princes of Boston who began Lile poor. Some of them were grooms some waited and tended in families some dug gravel others wheeled coals but All that they did was will done. When the late William Gale was taunted by an envious Man who said that he could re Mem Ber when the same w. Gale was drummer his reply gave the key note to his Success and did i not drum wkly the late judge Chickering whose by is yet Green among us and who is a no ble specimen of one who has been i architect of Bis own Fortune was indebted quite As much to the subs Antral and Invar Ablo excellency of ins workmanship As his indomitable Industry and perseverance and it was no Idle boast of a Man in British parliament who was reminded a Noble that his father was n Butcher that he had Arisen to his position by his own labor and All admitted the retort to just when he added if the father of Noble lord had been a Butcher his son Day would be slaughtering honesty is the Best policy and High mor Al principle can Lono Lead to permanent Success. We admit that a Man must have other qualities with these but without Pun Ceplo All will not Avail. A parisian so irks. We extract a of a parisian Soiree from which Many May learn a lesson an hour or two after dinner people to collect or rather drop in. The Valet announces them at the door of the Saloon and then All ceremony apparently ends. The new Comers go up and Salute the mis Tress of the House perhaps Chat a moment or two with her and then form or join group Here and there. If any topic b stirred that interests them they remain an hour so and then depart without saluting Host or hostess. A formal Good night,1 might suggest to the others the necessity of retiring. Sometimes a visitor remains by a few moments. Very often there is entire change of persons once or twice the evening. The conversation is Seldom loud and is More pleasantry Chat Thun Cussion. Ladies instead of arranging them selves in line which it requires More mortal cd urge to approach take places in various parts of the room and soon surrounded by acquaintances. On tearing they make a salutation half Bow half Courtesy to the mistress of the House and always Tay Adieu to her. If she Young she Rise to receive them or perhaps Watts new Comer near the door. Hey go she accompanies them sometime even As far is the where put on their bonnets and shawls the Liberty pole. George w. Bungay up with the tall Mast it be halted by the a incr than till tit. I Emir s gilded spire crowned with the Cap of Liberty. Then it the Nelile land Inni stand unshaken lit the storms of in i us Trinid while warring Nulious bleed the glory of our Happy land. And to will stand erect end True As Freedom s staunch end towering Mast while advert wind Are weeping past pointing to heaven Bright Arch of Blue. A More lifted up the Rod in the Broad wilderness to heat the jews so for our country weal we dedicate tins staff to cod. A shout comes up from Vale and crag Brave Host surround the Stally ire Liry cast their ballots for the free defender of their country s Flag. Up with the Banner of the free and write in words of burning Gold on every striped and slurry fold Ood Speed the March of Liberty. A City incident. Sarah Poison. What a queer Namel and not much of a name neither. It be longed to a very Small Potson a daughter Ofa Potson. We thought it queer when we heard it and so to listened to hear More of it. A and Little girl were Coine by or rather we were going by a lady and a Little girl. The Little girl had sat Down a Basket upon Tho Side walk and said of dear the Basket was heavy Loo heavy Foi the Little fragile form that bore it. In contained the clean clothes of somebody s Wash ing. Somebody perhaps that was just then saying of Dearl that Lazy Wash Woma Why Don t she bring Homo our clothes not my clothes there were too Many of them for that. It was a heavy Load and the Little girl said of dear with such a tone coming so from her own heart that it went Home to the heart of to lady some ladies have hearts and she Stop Ped and said stooping Down As she said in to lilt the Basket & what is the matter Little girl what made you Sny of Dearl is it because this Basket is so heavy ? yes a am and because my Arm aches so and because 1 am afraid 1 shall to too late Why too late because a said she was afraid i should be Lute for mrs. Hearty Rin d told her last week if she was Isle again she would t Pav her a rent then Why did your Mother Send such a Little girl As you with such a heavy Bas Ket of it is because my Mother is sick. She could hardly set up to finish ironing i did seme of the Small pieces. Of dear a i wish John was Here. John used to carry Home the heavy baskets for Mother. John was such a Good boy and who was John 7 and what is your name my name is barah Potson a am. Just then there was a new listener. The Ady and the Little girl did not notice either Pei apr or thl the writer and a Young in Manly looking Sailor boy who just then came up behind him were getting interest d in this Street dialogue. Sarah Coulin used and John was a boy mat lived in our Alley. And John had no father or Mother but John was a Good boy and he used to split Wood and bring Coal and get water Tor my Mother to was with Ana carry the heavy baskets. But of dear John went to sea and we Haven t Beard from him e in a most three years Mother says i think in must be a great while longer than hint for 1 was a Little girl i Hen what was she now but a Little girl 7 Blie might be thro years older and three big Ger but they were three Tutle years they were Long ones. The there was a slight movement behind us As if the Sailor heart of our Young compan Ion had been touched and Sailor like he to was going to bestow a portion of the wages lust paid him for his Ion voyage upon the the Host needy Little girl be met in the by Street he understood the language of motion of our anger across the lips and said by action actions speak louder than be words Aye Aye sir i i will hold on till the the Little Craft has fired her Volley ibis the Little Craft continued As she lifted Ber Basket Oil dear yes a am it heavy but i am rested now. I Hope the lady will nay me because in sue Don i she stopped sat Down the Basket again the took up her Little apron it was clean White one wiped away a troublesome 111 tie Walery particle from her Eye and and what if she Don to said the lady. Why then it will be so bad and a sick and the Man coming for the rent monday it was saturday evening now. Well Sarah said the lady for fear she should not pay you take that Dollar to your Mother and that is my name Ana number if Vou Are in trouble about the rent next week you come for me and i will see about it or of thank you a am. But if you the please you keep the Dollar and let me keep the card and i will ask my Mother first if i May Lake it of but if Vou will on let her Wash for you thenan Well what then in then if John should come Bank and would help me carry the Basket Why Dis then Why Ihen Hurrah said the Young sail than or. The lady and Sarah started the latter their Aid of dear Bow like John s voice Are Why then Hurrah my Little Jolly Boen John has come Back and will carry the Basket and you too and he took Ono upon one Arm and the other on the Otner. Be yes. There was a kiss reciprocal her to honest affectionate As a Sailor. Hen oame from two Happy hearts. Yes and your Mother on top. And Tai they lady god bless Ber Good heart All Ampf but John will a Tho rent and Well it s no use talking. It Don t Taku much to make happiness. What a Happy party around the poor Washerwoman s lire Sid e How Lippy was her daughter Little Sarah Poison. Xao York Tribune. A Lovely incident. What Parent on Reading the annexed is tract can fail in reflect on the lesson it suggests ? How important that Whin a Parent has departed the example left behind them May be such As Tho child Cun to thankful fur. To watch for and train the budding thoughts of in artless child is one of the noblest offices that filth r or Mother can fill truly hath it been said that out of the Mouths of babes and suckling strength has been what could give greater strength to tint widowed heart than such a scene with her Little daughter. She Knelt at Lam Tom cd hour to thank god for Tho mercies of the Day and Pray for care through the coming night is usual came the Earnest god bless dear Mother and but Tho prayer was stilled the Little hands unc sped and a l of of agony and wonder met Tho Mother s Eye As the words of hopeless sorrow burst from the lips of Tho kneeling child i cannot Pray for father any More since her Little lips had been Able to form the dear name she had prayed for a Blessing upon it had followed close after Mother s name for he had said that roust come first and now to say the familiar prayer and leave her father out no wonder that the new thought seemed too much for the childish mind to receive. I waited some moments that she might conquer her emotion and then urged her to go on. Her pleading eyes met mine and with a full heart Loo much almost for utterance she said of Mother i cannot eave him All out let to say thank god thai i had a dear father once i so 1 can still go on in keep him in my and so she always does and my stricken heart earned a lesson from the Loving ingenuity of my child. Remember to thank god for mercies past As Well As to ask for blessings for the future. A portrait of the Czar. An Anonymous writer supposed to be Victor Hugo has furnished Tho following portrait of the Czar Thern exists in Europe a Man who Wei this Europe Down. Lie is at on Espir Ileal Prince and corporeal lord despot and autocrat he is obeyed in Tho Barracks and worshipped in the monastery. To gives the pass Wor d to the former and draws up the Dogma of the latter. He sets motion to crush the liberties of the continent an Empire of sixty men Millio n Power. He he holds these sixty millions of men in hands not Liko men but i. Lie brutes not like minds but like utensils tools. In his double capacity of Ecclesias tic and Soldier he puts a uniform on their souls As he uniforms their bodies and says to the Ono believe As he says to the other March. This Man is the supreme expression of human might. To tortures whole nations As he pleases. a sign he empties Poland into Siberia. He weaves interfaces and knots the threads of the great conspiracy of princes against men. He has been to Home Ana there lie the greek Pope exchanged the kiss of Alliance with the latin Pope. To reigns at Uerlin it Munich it Dresden at Stutt Gyrdt Vienna As he does at St. Petersburg. He is the soul of the emperor of Austria and the will of the King of Prussia. Germany is merely As a Fla Thoat in his Tow. This Man resembles in some sort the ancient King of Kings to is Tho agamemnon of the Trojan War that who men of the past Are Wain against the men of the future. Be is the Savage Monaco of the Shadow against Light of the people against High noon. Express in one word this monster of omnipotence emperor Lik e Charles Quint Pope like Gregory Vii he holds in his band Cross which ends in a Cim Eter and a Scep Ter which ends in a Knout. Woman. Who does not love the name ? who so close to the heart of any being As a Mother for whom would he die so soon and whose love is like hers what cares she for his d Grace or even Bis sins ? her love is Ever the Samel Che will Joy in Prosperity and weep for his sin and shame but never never forsake him. She will atch Over his bed of sickness and impoverish herself to raise him to health. Nor is she the Only being Whoso love is thus deep and constant. She who has once plighted her Faith and Given her love to Man will never withdraw it in disgrace poverty in prison even she is the same. She will love him in his degradation and the deeper he sinks be will bind him closer to her heart. Will Man do so will he love till death through Reserve Muery not he let but the report shame spot the fair character of the woman be has loved and his mockery of fault broken he loves no longer. Alas what tales a Publ woman toll of broken vows and severed hearts of withered Hopes bruised affections if be held but the i thank god woman Halh a Power of own to which some Day or other every must Bow he May revile he May Liko Coward attack her Fuir Fame but sooner or latter he roust Bow at the Footstool her Beauty and confess to the loveliness which to hat assailed and the heart which he has insulted. It a Well for the world that woman has a Power arising from Beauty and virtue which binds in Chain of invisible Power the Strong to the weak that love that tremendous Power exists and is As Strong and reckless As and it would be Well for the revile a woman to remember that a Day must come when they will Bow in shame before the altar of love and Beauty whose flames it they have tried to extinguish forever. O the to when is a Rush Light Liko a atone j when it is set up for a Lata Burband the deathless soul not to in the body s service. L Oor soul Lle Centre of my Eiful Earth. Fouled by those pow re that thee array. Why dose Khoii Pine Willii i mud a try Darth i Uini ing thy outward Walls so costly Siva Why so Init Cost inv aug so of Hurt a lean. Dost Elliou upon thy fading mansion spend Shull Worms inns Ito is of this Eye is Kat up to v Clit Rig ? 1 Ihla Lily body s end then soul live thou upon Why of Vaut s loss and let that Pine to aggravate thy Tore Lily terms divine in Selling hours of Rico within he fed without he Rich no Murr so shall thou feed on , Thyl feeds no men Aud Denih once dead there s tin in r dying then 6"oi, tart. The iik3pox3b3 of external nacre. I have seen a curious child who dwell upon tract of Inland ground applying to his ear 1 he coup Lii Lions of a Ai Cuth Lippi d Hla to which in Simce Heslien his Var Sotil listened interim la and i con Mennare Oon Urig Heind with Joy for irom with n were heard sonorous cadences whereby i belief the Monitor expressed mysterious Union with its native sea. Ren such a Shell the universe itself is to the eur of Faith i and there Are times i Dou lit not when to you it doth impart auth ii in filings of invisible to hints of ebb and flow and Ever durin Power and Central peace subsiding at the heart of endless agitation. Here you stand adore and Worth in when you know it not pious beyond the intention of your thought devout above the meaning of your will Woolworth. The slighted scholar. Cases Liko Tho Ono i am about to relate Aro much too frequent in our country and they Are such too As should to guarded against by All those who Havo an interest in education. 1. He incident was brought to1 mind by hearing a complaint made by the Parent of a poor boy who had been grossly neglected by the teacher of a Village school neglected simply because he was foor and comparatively friendless Many years ago when i was a Small boy i attended school in the town of among the scholars was a boy named George Henry. His father was a poor drinking Man and Tho unfortunate boy had to Suiter in consequence. George came to school habited in ragged garments but they were the Best he had he was rough and uncouth in his manners for he had been brought up in that manner he was ignorant for be had never had a Opportunity education. Season after poor George Henry occupied the same scat in Tho school room it was a Back Corner seat away from the other scholars and there to thumbed his tattered primer. The ragged condition of his garb gave a homely cast to his whole appearance and what of intelligence there might have been in his countenance was be clouded by the outer covering of the boy. He Seldom played with the other children fur they seemed to shun him but when he did for a while join them in their sports he was so rough to wus soon shoved out of the Way. Tho teacher passed the poor boy coldly in the Street while other boys in better garbs were kindly noticed. In school Young Henry was coldly treated. The teacher neglected him and then called him an Idle Blockhead because he did not learn. The boy received no incentive to study and consequently he was most of the time Idle. And idleness begat a disposition to while it away the time in mischief. For this he was always whipped and Tho More Idle he became. He knew that he was neglected by the teacher and simply because he was poor and ragged and with a sort of sullen indifference sharpened by feelings of bitterness he plodded on his dark thankless Way. Thus matters went on for several years. Most of the scholars who were of George i Henry s age had passed on to the highest branches of study while he poor fellow still spelled out words of one and two Sylla Bles a and still kept his Distant seat in Tho Corner. His father had sunk lower in the pit of inebriation and the unfortunate boy was More wretched than Ever. The look of clownish indifference which is had marked his countenance was now give Bis ing Way to a Shade of unhappy thought and feelings and it was evident that the great turning Point of his life was now at hand. He stood now upon the step in life his from which the Fate of after years must Tak oits cast. At this time a Man by the name of Kol Ley took charge of the school. Be was an old teacher a careful observer of human nature and a really Good Roan. Long years of guardianship Over wild youths had Given him a Blutt authoritative Way and in in his discipline he was strict and first Day to passed in the teachers t desk of our school was mostly devoted to the watching the movements of the studying the dispositions with which and he had to Deal. Upon George Henry Bis of Eye rested with a keen searching glance. He evidently made but Little of him the is first Day but on the second Day be did More. It was during the afternoon of the Sec Ondande Day that or. Kelley observed Youn Henry impaling flies on the Point of Large her pin. Lie went to the boy s Seal and after reprimanding him for Bis idleness he took us the dirty tattered primer from his have you Ever Learned More than is in of this Book asked the teacher. No air drawled George. How Long have you attended school i Don t know sir it s Ever since i can then you must have been an Idle Reck less boy said the teacher with much severity. Still do you realize How Many years Ever you have thrown away do you know of How much you Bave lost what sort of a Man do you think of making in this Way one of these Days you will be too old to go to school and then while your companions Are seeking some honorable employment you will be Good for nothing. Have you parents Lei sir answer ecu tue Irujo in a a hurts subdued voice. L1jj-.". Ani do they wish Yon to grow of to is an ignorant worthless Man. The boy bring Down his Bend and was silent hut or. Kelley saw two great tears Mil Dow n his checks. In an instant tint teacher saw a had something beside and Idle stubborn mind to Deal with in the tag god scholar before him. He Laid his hand the buy s head and in a kind ton he said i wish you to Stop after school is dismissed. Do nut to afraid for i wish to assist you if i can. " Tuoro looked won Lori Ngit into lha master s face for there was something in the tone of Tho voice which fell upon his ear that sounded strangely to him and m thought too is a looked around thav the of the scholars regarded him with Kin r countenances loan usual. A dim Iho t Bolte in upon his mind that from Soma cause he was going to be happier than be lore. A or the school was dismissed Gcorge in Corv remained in Hia seat till the loathe culled him to the desk. Now Suid or. Kelley i wish to know Why it is that you have never Learned any mor you look Bright and Jou look As though you might make smart maa Why is it that i end you so ignorant because nobody never helps me rep i the boy. Nobody never cares for me sir because i am by degrees the kind Hearte teacher got the poor boy s history and while generous tears Bede wed his eyes he said you Havo been wrongly treated George very wrongly but there is yet time for redemption. If i will try to teach you wih you try to learn yes o yes quickly uttered the boy in Earnest tones yes i should love to learn. I Don t want to be a bad boy he thrillingly added while his countenance glowed with unwonted animation. Or. Kelley promised to Purchase books for the boy As fast As be could learn to read them and when George Henry left Tbs school room his face was wet with tears. We scholars who had remained in the entry saw him come nut and our hearts were warmed towards him. We spoke kindly him and walked with him to his House and his heart was Loo full for utterance. On the next Day George Henry commenced studying in Good Earnest Anytha teacher helped him faithfully. Never did i see a change so Radical and sudden As that which took place in the habits of the poor. Boy. As soon As the teacher treated him with kindness and respect the scholars followed the example and the result was that they found in the unfortunate youth one of the most Noble Hearte generous and accommodating and truthful playmates in to years have passed since Toboso school to y Days. George Henry Las be come a Man of Middle age and in All Tho country there is not a Man More beloved and respected than he. And All is the re sult of one teacher s having done Bis duly. You who Are school teachers remember the responsibility which devolves non Yon. In this country of free schools there should be no distinction Between classes. All Aro alike entitled to your care and counsel Aud the More weak the child the More Earnest should be your Endeavor to lift him of and Aid Lim. Christian Mirror. Goon wives. That Young lady will make a Good wife who does not apologist when you find her at work in the Kitchen but continues at Ber work until the work a finished. When i hear a lady say i shall attend Church and Wear my old Bonnet and every Day gown i fear we shall Bave rain storm depend upon it she will surely make a Good wife. When a daughter remarks i would not hire help for i can assist you to do to work in the set it Down that Aba will make somebody a Good wife. When you overhear a Young woman saying to her father Don t Purchase a to by expensive or showy dress for me but one that will Wear Best you May always be certain she will make a Good wife. When you see a female arise early., get breakfast and do up her Mother s work in season and then set Down and knit depend upon it she will make a Good wife. When you see a female anxious to least a Trade so As to earn something to support herself and perhaps aged parents Yon May be sure she will make one of the boat of wives. The Best qualities to look after in a wife Are Industry humanity neatness gentle Ness Benevolence and piety. When you Bud the there is no danger. You will obtain a treasure and not regret your Boica to the last ingenious it vice a sea Captain on a voyage with thirty passengers being overtaken by a violent tempest found it necessary to throw half of them overboard in order to lighten the vessel. Fifteen of the passengers were christians and Tho other fifteen were unbelievers but in this exigency they unanimously agreed to to Captain s proposition that be should Placa the Snoie Ivirty in a Circle Ana in Row ovary ninth Man Over till Only fifteen were left. To save the Christiana the Captain placed Bis thirty passengers in this order Viz four christians five unbelievers two unbeliever three Christiana one unbeliever one Christian two Unbe Lievers two christians three unbelievers one Christian two unbelievers two christians one unbeliever. He began to Wambac from the first of the four christians Tho a us Usu. . Acc us , u. My j the Force or habit. It a curious to observe Bow one a Habile of thought con stantly break out and exhibit themselves to whatever he does or save. In too of our colleges in was customary for the pm Leaa ors 10 lao turns in Masing Auer we prayers. Once upon an of Aaion this duty fell upon the Learned professor of chemistry end the students were astonished to Bear him introduce in illustration thus thou k no West. O lord that for tipping lightning. Silver is better then Platinum so is the mind Tou Obed by thy Grace made Moat ready to receive the principles of science 1" on an other occasion the mathematical professor asked divine goodness to enable no to know in length its depth its breadth and superficial contents 1". H advice to Bao Blohs. Be sure to an nex a woman that will lift Yon we instead of pushing you Down. In Nero Ajilo phrase get piece of Talco wot to. There is nothing in a Pinch like a feminine who can Cook your Visuer Ana Iron Juht clothes -

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