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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - February 10, 1869, Connersville, Indiana and and and 19No. 17. CONNEESVILLE, FEBRUARY 10, 1869. No. 963 ox CENTRAL Court Morrow's up raid to of the 1BG8 at in Long's Fifth east of Central H. Surgeon on Central at the office of ' Drs. Hall IG 1868 such goods as or other that would dare and endure should if AND should enjoy if they So was allowed to do as t- i or two years after her in the rooms formerly occupied bv John Fourth south 2cd door cast of Central or NO Call arid the late O. 12! Oli in rear of from S till 12, A. and 5, 188 of Broadway and Second S. Tor ms per HAITI TO ITS tha nutrii ivo mailer of the the huir to bottle shawa its R. P. HALL CO. H. For sale by all Great PiNE L teen by lest in rf hav as weU as tree It Iti OTITE PINE c xj of and it is for Kidney cf the Kidneys and and other r. 1,'hitj A curo of 1'..noic la vre il io give IkuI is in e uf oi nbi ii to be Comp iu of It iii city tbo j to iLs to iti it i- for by ail Y. iy now sold in every the States aud AT BOTANIC D. by LEACH k and all 24, peed will come to is When tho leaves of drifting down the When Autumn winds are the field und Aud gather About our lowly good seed may be an unkindly blind and may in sorrow But unseen dewa are stubborn The barren place no longer Our eager shall with the uf n golden Desire shall reach harvest be The perfect fruit be garnered be For baa Gou has enriched the AND BE pleased in the and the being in the habit of acting himself as a as for his this as was his usual along the aristocratic street of it had she entered but little into and the bands of between herself and brother appeared to until it that each cared for no companionship than the But in the third year the which had always been ia social began again to home with her upon and came shout to a. which to waij twent wears Hugh I 1 13 I but it had never heard ot iio her not but as a living with its main business i to and the a rather sum i soon learned that his sisters heart was that the number of had passed over his had it so and slouching behind at was a sinister room for another and more tender lovo than which she bore name that he be it did it would lead tu ture Tlie very btU the buus were I by clouds else the friendly Noj th I have guided upon their I Anxious as they were to stood for the spheres revolve around and debating their aud are controlled bv i question upon winch the laws of so the incy their various of and now they and revolve around their and are controlled by the unyielding laws impatience iu coming at and leering Vi ith looks of diabolical malice at the man The introduced into the house by Hugh was a young clerk in his named Mark Mark was one of those men whose stores of knowledge seem to be of brilliant entered a tional powers and social Hugh world grows the men cold each while seeking with aud care and Wo scarce time never that is a much to be rolls on if will But amile aud bo and would It will not bo Ijy hearts aud hopeful minds Are life's bright silver ne'er a man that dared to Hath of his choice souls on are those are grief dcth come to rack the And fortune bids ua we may a And consolation may rise where flowers It can not be make the best of life you can. And and be expressly fir the HE FULFILLED HIS had first brought him home iiim because he enjoyed his and As the A lucky is in the mind ono of so man in liis is but the rough sketch of the of true Ho must develop under the universal of who told us the Me a taking it between hU held it Imagine their jov to gave them i for a lower anu Slate of perfection is that Mis who and turning up a 1 1 I. but when il at length appeared shelter in a mean was uis I - the quite as entertaining sister as the Agnes by tlie latter that too close an intimacy on her with man wuo services of his Hugh i McGowan had not more than fifty old villagers remembered when he was not The Original laughing His companion may have heen but nei ther could have bent more under the load of many Alas for those who are before their time by or or misfortune but woe to them if by or or their own wrong they drain life to its bitterest and are tottering to meet death when they should be in years previous to the time that Hugh McGowan is introduced to I the he had before him a career I that seldom opens so brilliantly to a young Then his father had said do not mind that he is not but he loves the wine-cup too and worst of he visits the gaming although he may not play yet he is of such an ardent that he will never pause on the verge the absorbing fascination him words hati been 5[)oken too was the old story of blind When Mark learned from the altered demeanor of the that he was no longer at his the creations mark step of the upward stride from to vitality invention animal culminating in | valuable moral But in man a a and vou for a half no new 1 a as fearfully iu the garden of as the the the arena where the Divine idea is its arms meet in deadly on the of the passions and ignorance rage the battlements of life Hke the play around Heaven's the steps of progress still beat a steady march man's uplifting from barbarous uncultivated carry or it the end of a and as it a ship's that of the ocean a would consider it a great favor to allowed to buy one for to the of universal sublime end is not a well aim in the mind of But lie who views the end from the property in real the old gentleman seems to thoroughly imbued with the Trees vv anting apple and peach for transplanting call upon tho subscriber at his nursery near He has Apple Trees oi choice Ho a fi ne lot of such Balsam cud make your IRON highest cash price will bo paid for j ou at the Union j in K. i F. M. PREMIUM or r. HAiR y. 11. m A Gray ihi It a weather was bitter on this Weston vras nil doors and it was and the citizens of this old believed in People warmly jostled on the main the stores judice that a woman could not be wore all aglow and thronged with who were in right good for the But of all the establishments in Ilugh was most gaily bedecked I with It was the oldest largest store in the descended from to had no rivals among its competitors in The present was knocks Singular upon a timo a traveler into y stage He Avas n young man starting in He found bix passengers about all gray headed extremely aged appeared to have seen at eighty i Our traveler tU five years raid his only | So matters progressed from him not only a | five years after the death of the flourishing but also a carac stands himself at the u iv -i visited but frequently met of directing that the at the residence of mutual be landed in the the his store much tlic secret of along life and the worming Us wilh the Uie | the one the seems Ute but at ihe sister to tering the drawing while men stund in regular and was tiie girls I am no my said will find that I have left ihe most of my property under your conti not because I think you business but a reat j have it or that I love reiterated to erect the marks of progress and religious his His fist was clenched ' of management of ids af fairs hati devolved upon his Willam as he was popularly called in tho Ansili G ASD old Central R. K. by nil A. V. W. but because 1 do not think it best that girls control of large It is my you act as guardian to your sister you see that she makes such an j alliance as will render her future ashen and flung herself between clinging with one arm Mark's raised her hand if you love unsay those cruel words you liave uttered to my And Hugh entered his employer's had displayed 1'^-PPV'^'i^ that for her dowery you such aptness and capacity ior her equally my only iu the twenty tilth my dear I want you to of his he had been place towards while several of the entire control of my i with his name forged upon a chair and covered his face with feel the of a his when they were all and it was explained Mark and Agnes had been privately steadily and - v and the Lv as the Almighty that plain 01 human destiny multitude melts away into a com- the other hair wus less munity oi grand may be in a cloud oi denoting a eUy mys but we know It IS e humanity move at its drawing at us Ihe people i They all surprised realize a preternatural power impe ing towards a nucleus oi t 1 i- the is it that you Lai e they experience the lever heat of the freshness of life exclaimed tie an I hey realize the of an expanding months Huyh told how old find energies Traveler hrough were the men who i iu order that she may feel 1 had been presented to the bank though mountains of first lessons in j her future welfare depends upon | the money to aud when he entered the store as a boy yet the heed that she gives to your how that one of the fifty dollar full of Goods will he kept ou made at CASH patronage of tho old customers of the house IS respectfully New ers will be cordially received and their de- | promptly attended 6th and 7th of them were jealous of but all him his position bad first begged his father to of his ability and his Agnes half the and not He was of medium well which oped with brown hair which the highest price will be paid in or Dec. 16,1SP8. B. 3X~ WINDOW AND Door Inside Pivot and and all ' kinds of Inside made to arc aino prepared to contract for Build ings either iu town or Being cal we think we can give to all who may favor ub with their and Sawing done to Sash furnished at Dayton i so painful from the blue a healthy complexion struction of the outside on the had been traced un til it was found that Mark first passed gannent s ihe have yield to tne to at and and ban | he though mountains ol the trown ou every side like the with Alps around soil j into suence the uprising ' ' freezing their ardent natures seas oi quel bug we always pay by crag suspended for Mark admitted that he had presented and ad conspiring ta check and received the bst protested that he thought it was pleasing He was cull li j the dying man and The book-keeper of the establishment had given it to him and requested him to get it which FOR and others can be with the best article at our BUSINESS STAND on CENTRAL AVENUE the COURT M. T. L. Dry Goods CENTRAL R. I. 16, 1868. JEWELRY C. old 6T0KE. neatly and Gives personal to fine the Give me a C. 1'. 1836. handsome man by ihe ladies of and his manners were so affable that lie might have chosen at from among the girls of the his companion for it was not alone his looks nor liis manner that rendered him such an alluring prize for the fair Stanbury received a good but might make it better whenever he should say the But was a cunning ran the tattle at tea and the knowing ones whispered that he expected something better than an increase of salary from old of these or whatever Hugh it is certain that there never was a clerk who own way more than 15i!l and that never was a clerk whose way suited his employer lietter liian it was the chief clerk who had given the store its holiday He had ordered all those inviting beautiful ornaments and those handsome tots which hatl driven the young folks of Weston nearly mad with admiration aud As to the he took no in the believe in at had for many been known to of Him who culls to and gave the money to tne to the goal of human The same evening of the which the transaction had the book-keeper had given him fifty dollars in payment of an old supposed that was part of the which came from the bank aud had been traced to the nations drift toward Universal Prize Huir Sour Lake in About miles from How a Compass and u Firefly ' in a saved a is lor is following | small diameter Hugh would not believe the j told him by a i counted by the said that he had been a prisoner i of which are so sour it is eleven in j sible to drink A the late and when he heard i ber of wells have been dug in the GO listen to nothing but his son's solemn promise to carry out his And when Agnes was she said in her quiet that father had always been and it was no doubt arranged best for as for she had no she needed her heart was so full of grief for the loss of her best and she thought her brother would always deal justly with her and nse ber Hugh McGowan loved his gentle her with all the intensity of his strong manly and he little thought that within five years from the time he assumed his they would become sad ly estranged and But so it had reached her eighteenth her father There was not a more accomplished young in tiie Perhaps tall for her sex but with a faultless A fair a luxury of goklen high deep blue and nut very pleasant to look until she saw there was no together with her pretty hopes his innocence would be es gave her a to the hearts j and then informed her of numberless And yi er of her intention to join Her with all her you could brother's entreaties coul I not move shared in its he hatl no fail to perceive an expression about her from her and converting bis clerk thould buy ber that told her shall be Then young man that will which insures and all sub inscrutable and the ti Ulh of God is for five for them all iu lie is living is cooling and he begged Mark to leave tiie vil lage and save his name from but Mark refused to listen to the until en treaties prevailed upon him to absent himself until the affair could be cleared But the never was cleared The book the day General Sherman was at about two hundred and forty miles he and his comrade determined to to aud make their way One of them had an watch with a compass in and waters of contain and sulphuric Notwithstanding of reaching this place the poor large numbers of invalids go there from to the had left the i to direct their which was of and by this expected I Southern States to drink the ostensibly to visit his He was never heard of and Hugh who persisted in be lieving Mark a party to the tried to hush tho instead of hunting for tho missing book who knew perfectly well her husband had northwest as they to travel only by they not to untd could get a bux of so its to tie to strike a I slept comfortably for wells aud in tlic lake they experience The of the batli is And persons wiio have now and to look at their They delayed their departure for six trying to get the for the of which uue pt their negro friends their last five dollar He could not buy a box of lor five nor for other number of and so at last made up their to start without their black they got away one and lay until late in tho a bath ill. the lake iu the evening enjoy a refreshing night's Tue water becomes more pleasant t the taste after a few may be bottled or put iu wooden without losing iiB The is so strongly ttm qualities of the that the mud bo iu pure water and a litti or saler itus put into it foam and and be as
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