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   Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - February 10, 1869, Connersville, Indiana                                 Liberty and Union—Now and Forever—One and Inseparable.'''*—Webster.  Vol. 19—No. 17.  CONNEESVILLE, INDIANA: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1869.  Whole No. 963  business cakds.  POLAND'S PREPARATION,!  DR. G-ARVER.  OPr:CE ox CENTRAL AVEKUE, Nortt >r Court St., Morrow's Baibling, up stairs. irfSpocial atleution raid to diseascB of the Lvl dcclG 1BG8  THOMAS LITTLE,  Jk-t.onioy^ at X^a^w.  Connersvillo, Indiana.  OFFICE in Long's Building, Fifth Street, east of Central Avenue. feb2fi-68  WILLIAM H. HALL, Surgeon Dentist,  CONNERSYILLE, IND.  kKFICE on Central Avenue, at the office of ' Drs. Hall & Larimore. dec IG 1868  DOUGHTY & OKOVK, ^ ^ Ö  O Ei  tA ' y w  D  %0NNERSV1LLE, INDIANA.  a  121  xsï  a^U^-t ^H'^iMl I such goods as ivoiild sell, or tliat other ispiiit that would dare and endure if  fDUlL'Li ^ItJllJ. ¡folks should eniov Christrap.s if tbevineed be.  JLABOli AND WAIT.  ¡folks should enjoy ChristiiiP.s if they ¡need be.  oould. So Bill was allowed to do as Í t- , , ,' i .  t or two years after her isther á  BT CI.') STANLEY.  JFFICE in the rooms formerly occupied bv r-r. John Doughtj", deeeascd, or. Fourth Htrcet, south side, 2cd door cast of Central p.voaue. Sati-afaction given, or NO CIIAEGE. Call arid s«e the late improvementa. jul)-20-CS  " ALBI:RT O. K.vwi.is,  O  PS p  ■j:  is 12! H  t-n  Oj  H  Gonnersville, Indiana.  Ofiico Oli lîarrl.sou Strett, in rear of Branch  ^OtSrñ hour?, from S till 12, A. and frou. Itili 5, P.M.  d.!ii K) 18Ö8  0  a«,  Qruer of Broadway and Second Sts. ClM'lNNATi, OHIO.  IIAr.T. ALLEN, r.. ciiKisTor-iii-.n. II. S. CUP.IbTOrilEÄ,  Proprietorä. -jigr Tor ms rcüueij.I tü per nay.  jrjMLrs  VEGETABLE SiClllAN  HAIR-  TF.NEWSTHE HAITI TO ITS ORIGINAL  C'JLOR 'SVHEN GRAY.  Ib aev,-3 tha nutrii ivo mailer v-'bich ::ouriibe>= tlìe hair.  rv-.b- Tin- gììo^viii of the hair  'iVHEX BALD. P.'.ncws the hrnsh.rviry huir to silkon softnor-s.  Be.aiitifiil llaiv Dressing.  One bottle shawa its effocts. R. P. HALL & CO. Nashua, X. H. Proprietors. For sale by all druggists. janZOwS  iio Great New-England Eoznody ! TnilTF. PiNE COSiPOüND  Iif-v i!r--rtd t.> :imicii.(i f' roütrliouí llie L c^Jl:^'.r:.^ .ifi',!'h;iv!:i){ teen ¡.rovtd by tlic? lest tiiirte'-.ü ycíirM in t!ie Acir- Kn^laud States, vvî.i rf li". tn<-rití hav r-ijoi-om" as weU Unowii as l!if tree IVoü! '-vliicb, i:¡ p«rf. It dcrifes Iti virtuc.s.  THE OTITE PINE COMFOUHD c xj r; "e: s  Sero Threat. Co¡¿s. Ccughs. Diphtheria, Eronchitis, Sp;.i;r:g of Biocd, and Pu!-monarv Afïcctionr. gcncrally. it is anatr.arkable P.stTisdy for Kidney CcmplQin'3. Diabsioo, Diffîcuîiy cf Voiding Bîseding  íVcm the Kidneys and B'sd-der, Grave!, and other CciTjplairis,  ri.. r. -f=y¡  !:oa roN-, ÍÍO«.  I'i.t,^V;UTK V.^u: Cu-H'cf^D. — After  i'.jiv'ii.jc ;!ivi':i I: th'ii im'.;;!; triiil.TH- Cöiiliiit'iJtly  r'.-ia::^'^ 1,'hitj riih: Ccmpi'T^id tx? A ven- vuUiabîk- r.nic'e )br il-.o curo of coUÌ-, coii'A'^, ;;ii>i 1'..¡¡noiúc .-.»niijia.iu^ f-:cru'i-ii¡;y. la M'Vt-níl ■ vre l'.j'.'f k;Ki'.vn il io give p!'ii;'.i¡)f rt'lii'f vvhtn /l i bi'i'ii liicd IkuI ijUe l.  !: is ;;:! anir¡f, -.vincli, in :i cIìuulU! ío ¡r.-ciiioliv e uf i:: tlu.í, <.f Ncw i;ng!;iud,. oi jr'iT f.'ii'. i.i i'VBry í'iaaily; r.inl ít.- :,re vlüit  w'i-.'^y.iot nbi úu i;, ii:;à jiv:: ii af.iir '.rial, »viil ïC't tl'.cro.vi'n.;-1'»: -.vüíípí to be «ühout it.  A — ¿J:'. l'uLini^j ìriiUt  ria.: Comp -.Vili, !.tlvi:jtisi.a iu ütir i^ohuni!?, ìj;iìuc-n; iva:pl t^s ami KI'l!!;' î-- niecidiiu!  virtucd of thi; '.'.'hiLn rin-:.' bark. It lir..; tlior-lestri: !..y jìcopii; iii city atid vicinUy, üP.ii tbo ;.i-.>pri.. t'-r ¡'.t j tei'i.noui.ilá to iLs vuitio frc'ii; jí-j.-^oLU ■■■.ril >;-¡os':i to cr.r V,'e rcc-  uiii!;;i;iui iti t;u;l ;ìi ihoic of dii^ease to  \vhi.''.i it uiniul. !î i- for by ail ot;r dru;;-gists. — .V. Y. ,':i<'cpjn:!^:lt.  Tlic n/i;,:..' ; Ccnipovml iy now sold in every pavto."" the L'liiti-d States aud Critisli I'rovincos.  r:'.I.i>.VRED AT THE  f;EW-E:NGLAÍíD BOTANIC DEPOT,  C. DA.UONd- CO., rropHetors.  JOHN D. PASS,  Wholesale Agent, Cincinnnti, Ohio.  Sold by LEACH k SMITH, Connersviile» and all Druggists. Juiie 24, ISRS. ly  God's peed will come to harvefit  When »utnmer tinic is pa^^t, When tho leaves of Memory, faded,  Go drifting down the past; When Autumn winds are blowing  Across the field und moor, Aud bolemn shadowj gather About our lowly door.  The good seed may be buried  iu an unkindly soil. Desolate, blind and hell'ie?s,  Wo may in sorrow toil; But unseen dewa are f»lliug  U|inu t.iio stubborn rock, The barren place no longer Our eager scuh shall mock.  For with the liawn uf morning,  Beneath n golden sun, Desire shall reach fruition,  God's harvest be begun; The perfect fruit be gathered.  The garnered shoavos be bound, For whiie^otii- /c;7A baa faltered. Gou has enriched the ground.  ¡S3rrLE AND BE CONTENTED.  he pleased in the matter, and the proprietor—not being in the habit of acting himself as a salesman—left as eai-ly for his home, this evening, as was his usual custom.  Passing along the aristocratic street of Weston—for it had one, ninniiig  death she entered but little into society, and the bands of atfection between herself and brother appeared to strengthen, until it sceraed that each cared for no companionship than the other's. But in the third year the Mc-Gowan house, which had always been ia social ir.ansion, began again to he  her home with her brothcr'a cursc upon ! woods, and came shout uiidni-^iit to a. ber. . ' which setuvid to go, iir- nctirly as  That waij twent wears ago! Hugh I sr 1 1 " " 13 ... ! off'/iPii, I say: but it niioht not, and, ii"  McCiOwan had never heard ot her'- - '  since, iio ;:ur.?cd her niemory not aa  one dead, but as a living disgracc to  parallel with its main business thor-; ' ^ ' ° , i ,,  ' - ,, opened to company, and the brolhev  ou-'hiare—was a rather tall, sum man, , ^ ^ i'- . . i . . j  - I soon learned that his sisters heart h.<ac  whose care-worn f.ice was sufficient;  evidc-nce that the number of years  which had passed over his head, had not  besprinkled it so witii gray. Fi^llow  ing him, and slouching behind at some  little distiince, was a sinister looking  found room for another and more tender lovo than lliat which she bore for  the name that he bore.  [To be continued.]  I it did not, it would lead tlii'iu tu i:»], ture jjnd death. Tlie liiglit va^ji j.u;. very dark, btU the buus were hiddoi/ I by clouds ; else the friendly Noj th btyr I ^vould have guided thcni upon their I way. Anxious as they were to g(.l o:i Drii'ting-. ithey stood for severui niinute.s com  As the spheres revolve around tlie recollections, and debating th«  sun, their centei', aud are controlled bv i question upon winch tixMr nv,-. the laws of gravitaUon, so the nge^, i more incy talked  with their various paraphci'naliu of t'Gv-I  ..1...,,1 ..„,•______......¡caaici; and now they l.dtlci-lv rr-Hi vtt^-d  olutions and reformations, revolve around humanity, their center, and are controlled by the unyielding laws of  .iitlci'ly  their impatience iu coming !;TVi;y wiU.-oüt rnatcl;cs.  old man, grinning, at times, and tiien leering Vi ith looks of diabolical malice at the man ahead. The first, who  Among others, introduced into the house by Hugh himself, was a young clerk in his emploj' named Mark Hay-worth. Mark was one of those men whose stores of knowledge seem to be inexhaustible, of brilliant conversu-  sliortlv entered a iiandsome residence, ,  ^ J , ! tional powers and hio'h social qualities,  was Hugh McGowaii. aged, perhaps, . ^  The world grows old, the men gro«' cold Tv> each while seeking tre.4sure,  And wli.at with want, aud care and toil, Wo scarce hav« time for'pieasure;  But, never mind, that is a lo.sa X'>t much to be latnenled;  Life rolls on g'lily if v.-e will But amile aud bo contented.  If wearo p-ior and would borich, It will not bo Ijy i)ining;  No, steadi" hearts aud hopeful minds Are life's bright silver lining;  There's ne'er a man that dared to hope, Hath of his choice repented; ■  The happieBt souls on earth, are those Whosraileaad are contented.  When grief dcth come to rack the heart. And fortune bids ua sorrow,  Frotn hojie we may a biesning reap, And consolation borrow.  If IbornB may rise where flowers bloorn. It can not be pre^iented,  Bo make the best of life you can. And stniiii and be cmtentpd.  [Written expressly fir the Times.]  "HOW HE FULFILLED HIS PIIOMISE."  Mugh had first brought him home wiiii iiim because he niways enjoyed his so-  human intei-est and pro¿re¡3'. As the ! « S"  rcscmbhncc of ^ying aooui A lucky thcught  statue is bi  more cxqiHsitc iiiiage in the mind o^ to ono of them,  t;!e sculptor, so man in liis prim.oruiiii is but the rough sketch of the God-idea of true manhood. Ho must develop under the universal lavrs of progress.  of advancement  •-tiie iioiil-man who told us the story. Me ciuigiit a ñreíly, and, taking it between hU thuml) r.nd tuiger, held it ovet' iii.s compass. Imagine their jov to llnd that,  liilii  I,'  the in.scct gave them ulo-riV-ol i for their  from a lower to purpose; anu uiu.g.nc Iheiv  higher Slate of perfection is uúuúfested'®^-'^"^^^"^'^-^ il'-eover that tL<.  fifty years. Mis follower, who pass  ed on, and turning up a by-street .,,.,, ,  i 1 1 I. ■ „ „ „.oo U-ietv; but when il at length appeared ^ ^ \  found shelter in a mean tiovel, was uis I - ' »it dead  did the menial! pi'oved quite as entertaining to  ithe sister as the brother, Agnes was  i  cautioned by tlie latter that too close an intimacy on her part, with young  porter—a man wuo services of his establishment. Hugh i McGowan had not .seen more than fifty years—the old villagers knew  this-inanv remembered when he was j ^'^s not desirable. The brother  An Original Story.  BY PENDASH.  a careless, laughing boy. His companion may have heen older, but nei ther could have bent more under the load of many, many years. Alas for those who are ageil before their time by sickness, or sorrow, or misfortune : but woe to them if by dissipation, or crime, or their own wrong doing, they drain life to its bitterest dregs, and are tottering to meet death when they should be in tiieir prime.  Twen.ty years previous to the time that Hugh McGowan is introduced to I the reader, he had before him a career I that seldom opens so brilliantly to a young man. Then his father had been  had said :  '•I do not mind that he is not rich, Agnes; but he loves the wine-cup too well, and worst of all, he visits the gaming table, where, although he may not play deeply, yet he is of such an ardent temperament, that he will never pause on the verge wliile the absorbing fascination allure.? him onv/ard."  The words hati been 5[)oken too late—it was the old story of blind love. When Mark learned from the altered demeanor of the brotiier that he was no longer woicome at his house, he  ti'uie graduai\ievclopment ofI to the Union aimy.  rcativc idan. [New creations mark | ^^  ach step of the upward stride from ; P V', . ■ . ^  lead m^Ator to vitality ; tiicnce hijihcr ! A' ^ invention ! I often  the animal l)!e, culminating in man, | f^ so valuable can  the moral agent. But in man there  nothing iHit a neetik", a jiivui, and card,which vou c;tu bi-iv for a half lioilor  are no new ^tioiü!'^ í^>y¡Ícídiyrh; 1 a needle, a  waa as fearfully wondcriul iu the garden of Edeii as no'.Y. Bui, the miad— the intellect—ia the grant! arena where the Divine idea is developed, its arms meet in deadly conliict on the battle-tields of the soul. Prejudices, passions despotisms, snperstitiuns and ignorance rage arountl the battlements of life Hke the lightning-i play around Heaven's polc;t)nt the God-guarded steps of progress still beat a steady march towartl man's uplifting from barbarous crudc, sellish, uncultivated haiaanity  to noble,  aud carry iuyour pockvt, or d;;ngk: it the end of a watch-chain. Yct.^L-nuiii and iriiiing as it is, a ship's compuuiv that .should ilnd thcmseivesiu th.e luiu-dle of the ocean Mithoiit a con)pii..-> would consider it a great favor to ia; allowed to buy one for mp-uy llîous.-.uti dulUu's.  hiiih-souled ¡ •  manhood, to the inlinit-j higiit of universal love.  This sublime end is not a well deüu-ed aim in the mind of liumanity. But lie who views the end from the begin  ert'.lile property in real estate. Thei'c  was a  but the old gentleman seems to have there together,  been thoroughly imbued with the pre  Fruit Trees & Evergreens. !  Those vv anting apple and peach j  Trees for transplanting suouH call upon .j tho subscriber at his nursery near ponners-j ville. He has Apple Trees oi thirty-sij: choice ; varieties. Ho ii'es al'-o a fi ne lot of Ever-1 L'reen?, such a.'' i'l-no. Balsam Fir, oto. Pnccs ¡«.s-)i;iblc. Ciiil cud make your seleciioni. doclfi-eS JACOB SCHMIDT.  OL.D IRON WANTED.  The highest cash price will bo paid for j Scrfip Cast-iron, ou delivery, at the Union j Fo,i:idrv in Connersviile. I  declf.'-fi8 P. K. i F. M. ROOTS.  THE  FIRST PREMIUM or r. snvfi- ascdni  V.-'.S TO  GARRETPS HAiR RESTORATIVE  Tr y. 11. j-.tü.'ii A::r''-Mi:uf}iì ?or[. tv, ßt íu Tuir, iiolûon m ISi^^'nu;-.. ¿« ¡.i. lú, liitìS.  53 A ÏS  ?egetnl)le I!;ilr ítesiorñíire  Ik^toro,- Gray il-ir f,i ii:, ^^!.;^■,^r,¡ Color: p-o-ir.íií-ré t;.C r.f th,. lì-,.;-:- ; cluil..;;,... ihi i^i,  ^ rgoir. ro'ilt;r f,riï;îii',l c.j irMiir J.clion ; cra.Ji- ^  cat ^ !'. .>vtr iîV r.Píi íl-.ar.r.r; ; prevíjiis ^ It i::-nt:r a vi-.r Dr.'s.ini..  '.....-1 ■ ;i.|tiv<i;<.!ií.,  r- '.r.-- -. iu.: n^puuTr :i:.à jcti->■ ihrt.üKho',!: til,;  CHAPTER I.  The weather was ooLl! bitter cold! Yet, on this night, Weston vras nil alive—in doors and out—for it was Chri-stmas live, and the citizens of this tpiieL old tov.-n believed in Christinas. People warmly mnilled jostled eacl, otiier on the main street: the stores judice that a woman could not be wore all aglow and thronged with cn.s-toniers who were preparing, in right good earnest, for the morrow. But of all the establishments in town, Ilugh McGowau's was most gaily bedecked I with holida'. show. It was the oldest ¡and largest store in the place—had descended from fntlier to son—aud had no rivals among its competitors in trade. The present McGov.an was a  "Barrett's'' knocks everything,  A Singular AUvtniiurc.  Once upon a timo a traveler bleppeJ into y stage coach. He Avas n young man starting in life. He found bix passengers about him, all gray headed extremely aged men. TÌic youngesL appeared to have seen at lea-st eighty i wiutera. Our younif traveler tU uck  hapijy  dea;l five years raid Hugh, his only son, | i'nends. So matters progressed until  had iuheritod from him not only a | five years after the death of the father, flourishing business, but also a consid- -3veuing Hugii carac home  niug, stands himself at the pilot-wheel! jji ti,i<rni u iv . ¡> -i )  seldom visited it, but frequently met of Ucstiny, directing that the human  Agnes at the residence of mutual tre.ghtage be landed in the ^^eslin«! | ^^  ■ lo tuur.an appearances, the j  from his store much disturbed?I'.nd en-  harbor. UUU...U j tlic secret of along life and the of  stanch boat, worming Us wilh the | confortable.  strca.n, turuugu Uie nunuuain pa^es, | , ^^ [^uu-est^il the one apuarenllv the uitru seems rumungagains Ute jutXiug:^^^., ^^^ uhv.ys led  chiis oeyond ; but jii-s: at ihe cntical : - - —^  daughter, too, sister to Hugh, tering the drawing room, fonnd Agnes  moment, while men stund in bree.thiess j  a regular and abí^temious life, catiu'  Agnes—that was tiie girls name.  "When I am no more, my son," said he, '-you will find that I have left ihe most of my property under your conti ol; not because I think you slirewd business man, but a reat j (ihoidd have it all, or that I love Ag  Forgeror!" reiterated Mark, spring-1 to erect the wa^ marks of progress ¡„ ^ allpolilicàl and religious con-to his feet. His fist was clenched ' ..............-—''■'"■>"■1 °  share of th.e management of ids af fairs hati hitteiiy devolved upon his i'ciiiefclerk. Willam Stanbury—"Bill" Stanbury, as he was popularly called in tho viliajíc.  THOMAS HACIvLEMAN,  DEAt.r.ES ÎV  F Ansili A' GRÒ G Í-: RIES  — ASD —  Wyman's old Sland, Central Avenue,  Connersviile, Ind.  J, R. BvS.ñRETT & CO., Proprietor»,  MAKCIIESTEn, K. H.  Sold by nil Druggiets.  av.22v-Gâ  J. A. V. A:;IE.  r. W. MARItK.  STEAM  iiess less, but because 1 do not think it best that girls shouul have,the control of large fortunes. It is my wish  O  that you act as guardian to your sister —that you see that she makes such an j alliance as will render her future life  ing  —his ftice ashen and Idoodless.  A^nes flung herself between them,  O ^  and clinging with one arm aroujid Mark's neck, raised her hand imploringly: "Brother, if you love me, unsay those cruel words you liave uttered to my husband!"  "Your husband!" And Hugh sank  Stnnburv entered his employer's s.rvice wh'eua lad, an<l had displayed 1'»^-PPV—'^'i^ that for her dowery you such aptness and capacity ior business, I ^'th her equally my property,  that now. only iu the twenty tilth vearj-i" ia^'t. my dear boy, I want you to of his age, he had been ¡¡romoted to my place towards her. and  tho head'clerkshio, while several of his .V"" the entire control of my i check, with his name forged upon it,  into a chair and covered his face with feel the heart-warmings of a l.idden his hands.  After, when they were all calmer, and it was explained tiiat Mark and Agnes had been privately married  Then onward, slowly, steadily and . - . n, , r.'-M i-,. ,  ,, ,, , . , v , tio\ercies; and the hlui Lv i.:oui:4- to  gramily as the Almighty wand , ^^^ ^^^ . -¡^^  t.o that plain 01 human destiny wnere apparently inuch voun:,er  the multitude melts away into a com- ^han the other iive-ius hair wus less munity oi grand inuividual,souls, ihe  want! may be euvcK.pcd in a cloud oi j^^^^^ denoting a in-.rfectiv eUy mys ery; but we know It IS there. e { J,  see humanity move at its drawing and  yield at us pressure. Ihe people i They w^re all surprised to^karn th,st realize a preternatural power impe ing | ^^^  tliem towards a nucleus oi truth, ihevi,. , . t 1 ■ i- the couch.  'How is it that you Lai e pri.serv>-d  .l.iin  lire; they experience the lever heat of the freshness of life r'^ exclaimed tie an excitcd brain. I hey realize the biooil Ijoilings of an expanding Jjeart.  two months since, Huyh told how a  young traveler.  The old ii,entlerni:n immtdiateiy an-  Th.y find Lii.ir energies en.pluycd ami tl>,"voung Traveler by^.j-ing-  tneirvirtuesunpai-tcd hrough ¡retouch I  -subordiuaies were the men who h-ui i propert}-, iu order that she may feel 1 had been presented to the bank by rise, though mountains of dilli-  givenhimthe first lessons in trading, j tl^^t her future welfare depends upon | Mark, the money p:xid to him, aud when he entered the store as a boy ; yet the heed that she gives to your coun- how that one of the fifty dollar notes.  A full cssorlment of Goods will he kept eon-slantJy ou baud. Sales'.vill made at the  LOWEST CASH PKICES.  The patronage of tho old customers of the house IS respectfully solicited. New custom- .; ers will be cordially received and their de- | juands promptly attended to. j  OOMTEY PEODUOE WAliTED,  C-entral Avenue, bet. 6th and 7th tts.,  Connersviile, Ind.  none of them were jealous of Stanbury, but all accordcd him his position by  sels."  Hugh bad first begged his father to ^  right of his ability and his manhood, ¡leave Agnes half the property, and not He was of medium size, well tievel-position which might  I oped physically, with brown hair and  PKOFKIETOKS.  for which the highest price will be paid in oaali or groceries.  ConnerBville, Dec. 16,1SP8.  E. B. THOMAS' SONS.  L. R.âO. I  — aEALKBS 3X~  FURNITURE  .ASH, DOORS, TÌLIND8, WINDOW AND Door Frames, Inside Pivot Islinda and Stiutters, Brackets, Baee, Mouldings, and all ' kinds of Inside Finish, made to order.  We arc aino prepared to contract for Build ings either iu town or country. Being practi cal mechonicH, we think we can give sali.sfac-tion to all who may favor ub with their patronage.  Planing and Sawing done to order.  Glazed Sash furnished at Dayton prices.  ÍES-terms, Cash.  declC1868 WANEE i martin.  become so painful from the miscon-  bri ;ht blue eyes, a healthy complexion struction of the outside world; but  paid on the check, had been traced un til it was found that Mark first passed it.  upon liieir gannent s heiu. ihe flood- | Molities.-I have soine-  untesoittie .soul yield to tne turbulencu.^.^^,^^ .,^^,. to 'bed at tnidniyht; and within, and now, througdi ban iers, | . ^^^ nooif: he then  many nse, though mountains ol dilb- ,ves intentlv ,;non the young  culty trown ou every side like the ever eluded with this'remaik,' "bui  lastuig Alps around It'^iy « sacrcd soil j ^ —awuig into suence the uprising P'-*^'i imuec ' ' pie; freezing their ardent natures I' ^^^  cifcrnai seas oi snow; quel bug tneir ,vith-~"Ot coursc, we always pay ebuhtions by crag suspended «tonusadvance, for ouV Mark admitted that he had presented and ad conspiring ta oycrpower ^ deserves Ion-  the check and received the money, bst protested that he thought it was all  and pleasing features. He was cull li j the dying man v/as inexorable, and "glit. The book-keeper of the establishment had given it to him and requested him to get it easlied, which he  -A.SO- COAL! COAL! COAL!  COFFINS, CASES, & CASKETS,!T^ISiySS^ii^Sf^--  ' ^ CHEAP FOR CASH.  Blacksmiths and others can be furnisho'i ! with the best article of  yoUGHOGIIENY  ; at our BUSINESS STAND on CENTRAL AVENUE opiioBitc the COURT HOUSE. julvl-68tf J. M. STOUT.  Oj'posite T. L. Griffis' Dry Goods Store, CENTRAL AVENUE, CGNNERSVÏLLE, IND.  Lewis R. Thomas, Oliver I. Thomas.  Conneraville, Doc. 16, 1868.  NEW JEWELRY STORE!  CHARLES C. ACKERMAN,  Central Avenue, Zeller's old stand, Connei'svillo, Indiana.  ____cTVEure 6T0KE.  ?OJJ PlilKTING neatly and proinut'v px«. Gives personal attentiou to rejiairiug fine . r-ntpd »1 the TTMKS ni-T7TCE. Watchee, Jewelry, ic. ----------—-----------I Give me a call  0. C. ACHERMAIT.  '7-i:.C,frT9"S:i'r, JUC® 1'. 1836.  a handsome man by ihe ladies of Weston, and his manners were so affable that lie might have chosen at will, from among the girls of the village, his companion for life. Y'et it was not alone his looks nor liis manner that rendered him such an alluring prize for the fair anglers. Bill Stanbury received a good salary, but might make it better whenever he should say the word. But Bill was a cunning dog. (so ran the tattle at tea driiikings,) and the knowing ones whispered that he expected something better than an increase of salary from old Hugh—one of these days.  Whatever Bill expected, or whatever Hugh intended, it is certain that there never was a clerk who iiad iiis own way more than 15i!l Stanbury. and that tiiere never was a clerk whose way suited his employer lietter liian iJill Stanbury'» wtty. it was the chief clerk who had given the store its holiday guise. He had ordered all those inviting goods—those beautiful ornaments and those handsome tots which hatl driven the young folks of Weston nearly mad with admiration aud <le-light. As to the proprietor, he took no [¡art in the matter—didn't believe in Christmas; or, at least, had not, for many years, been known to have  voice of Him who culls iu!y to û'C-e-j ^^^^^  did and gave the money to tne book- "i^lii'ted to the goal of human ^^ j^j  ® ^ ¡liberty. nntiAna fil'ltt t,->«Mii.,l ^ ^  keeper. The same evening of the day  on which the transaction had occurred, the book-keeper had given him fifty dollars in payment of an old debt—he supposed that was part of the mone^' which came from the bank aud had been traced to him.  >So the nations drift toward Universal Freedom.—Oxford Citizen.  "Barrett's" Prize Huir Restorative.  The Sour Lake in Tc.vus. About ¡iixty miles from Houston, How a Compass and u Firefly ' Texas, in a low, wet, paririe country, saved a Prisoner. ,,¡1, ^^^  l^ttie l-orest, is a  PoLtcs lor February, is iiie following cuiious | small lako, whosc diameter mi'.y hv. Hugh would not believe the story, j «tory told him by a LakeChamiJlam boatman:] i counted by rods, the waters  "He said that he had been a prisoner i of which are so sour it is iuijios-for eleven montlis in Audersonville j sible to drink tiiein. A nuni-during the late war, and when he heard i ber of wells have been dug in the im-  F Jt;. PFUFUMFRY, GO TO  tirv rjroKr.  would listen to nothing but his son's solemn promise to carry out his will. And when Agnes was told, she said in her gentle, quiet wa^', that father had always been wise, and it was no doubt arranged best for all; besides, as for herself, she had no aspirations, she needed little. J-'oor girl, her heart was so full of grief for the loss of her best friend, and she thought her brother would always deal justly with her and nse ber kindly.  Truly Hugh McGowan loved his gentle sister—loved her with all the intensity of his strong manly nature— and he little thought that within five years from the time he assumed his guardianship, they would become sad ly estranged and separated. But so it was.  Allies had reached her eighteenth ,\car wiicn her father died. There was not a more accomplished young ladj' in tiie village. Perhaps tall for her sex but with a faultless form. A clear, fair complexion, a luxury of goklen hair,' high forehead, deep blue eyes, and features, ihougli nut classically  moulded, very pleasant to look upon, ¡ patiently, until she saw there was no together with her winning, pretty hopes tiiat his innocence would be es ways, gave her a pa.ssport to the hearts j tablislied, and then informed her !)roth of numberless admirers. And yi t, ¡ er of her intention to join Mark. Her with all her softness, you could not! brother's entreaties coul I not move shared in its festivities—but he hatl no fail to perceive an expression about her from her purpose, and converting obicction th:\t bis clerk thould buy ber that told oi'.1 diji<Dr;iiinod will—«, her litólo prop^.'^y uioaoy. tlia kfi; thvy Hfrrey.tptteo •br';>u^:h tnc  • lorn, \etitaly shall be tree. Justice: Then th.e young man re.soived that will prevaiL-justice which insures | aeserviug  ueedom and power—power all perva-1 , üfc-and immediatelv sub diug, inscrutable and righteous. bo' the ti Ulh of God is disseminated. So  scribed for five nev>-si;apers, intying for them all iu advance, lie is living yet  B.arrott's" is cooling and deiigutful.  and he begged Mark to leave tiie vil lage and save his sister's name from di.-igrace; but Mark refused to listen to the proposition, until Agnes' en treaties prevailed upon him to absent himself until the affair could be cleared up. But the affiiir never was cleared up. The book keeper, the day nre.vi-  that General Sherman was at Atlanta, about two hundred and forty miles distant, he and his comrade determined to ti'}' to escape, aud make their way thither. One of them had an old-fashioued watch with a compass in the  mediate vicinity, and waters of theso contain iron, alum, magnesia, and sulphuric acid. Notwithstanding the. ditiiculty of reaching this place aiui. the poor accoiumodation;^, large numbers of invalids go there from tlu>  ous to the denouement, had left the i to direct their course, which was noai  back of it; and by this tliey expected I Southern States to drink the water'.; of  village, ostensibly to visit his ptirents. He was never heard of afterwards, and Hugh McGowan, who persisted in be lieving Mark a party to the guilt, tried to hush tho nia'ter up, instead of hunting for tho missing book keeper.  Agnes, who knew perfectly well whcncc her husband had fled, waited  ly northwest Ikit, as they cxpected to travel only by night, they j'esolved not to str.rt untd thc\' could get a bux of matches, so its to tie ablç to strike a I slept comfortably for weeks, after  the wells aud h^athe in tlic lake ; imtl they experience immediiitcand remtirk-able benefit. The eliect of the batli is sedative. And persons wiio have not,  light now and then, to look at their compass. They delayed their departure for six weeks, trying to get the matches, for the })urchase of which the}-¿;avc uue pt their negro friends their last five dollar bill. He could not buy a box of niiitches lor five dollars, nor for anj^ other number of dollars, and so at last the\' made up their mimls to start without them.  "Assisted b}' their black friend, they got away one afternoon, and lay hi(t-den until late in tho eveuing, wiien  taking a bath ill. the lake iu the evening enjoy a refreshing night's rest. Tue water becomes more pleasant t > the taste after a few glasses, autl may be bottled or put iu wooden caskH without losing iiB strength,. The noii is so strongly inipregiiated witii ttm qualities of the water, that it' the mud bo di-ssolved iu pure water and a litti •soda or saler itus put into il. it v.itl foam and etfcryescc, and be as .^our a.s lemonade.  ■l-^'T  r ¡-c-LU^iui   

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