The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 39, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 24, 1893 Page: 7 of 8
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If. Chesty begran basins® as an
me«wn?ir in Boston four years
She now has three offices and five
In dolly use.
Inte the world from far away.
Where tho year is always turned to May
And tho wind sounds soft us u lark aloft,
A conjurer came once on a day.
Minv a mystic spell he know
Wherewith to turn gray sk.vs to Muo:
To make dull hours prow brit'h* as flowery
And tasks that are old turn lteht as new.
A touch of his m i*:ic wand, and lo!
From orapty hands sweet favors now,
And pleasures bloom in lives of j:loom
Whero naught but sorrow seemed to grow.
Out of tho storm v skv abovo
He brings white Peace, like a heavenly dove,
llis might is sure and his art is pure,
And his name the conjurer s name is Love
— St. Nicholas.
a modern cinderella.
BY CHARLOTTE M. IIBAKME,
but it would orcate a <rrcat scandal
that afterward we should not like to
remember. If you are married from
here, and your amiable young ladies
are bridesmaids, it will make our
future intercourse easier and a little
She was sensible enough to seo it;
I and, to do her justice, she nevercom-
| plained to him. He had not the most
I remote idea of the daily and hourly
j torturo she underwent, or he would
1 never have allowed it.
Lconarux consent, she kept Weston
Grange, but she divided the annual
income received from it into two
equal parts, the half of which was
settled on the llarcourts.
Vet, in spite of her generosity,
they hated her. More than once Sir
1 leonard was obliged to threaten
; them, they said such scandalous
1 things of he A but people only
1 laughed at them; they understood
tho mean spite and jealousy that
actuated each word.
No one is more beloved than Lady
j Ho had begged of Mrs. Harcourt
not to disturb herself bv making any I Falconer—no one so much admired,
arrangements about tho wedding. Her second son
Brings comfort and improvement an4
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly usod. The many, who live bet-
ter than others and enjoy lift- more, with
leu expenditure, by more promptly
idaptine the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas-
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
bencflcinl properties of a perfect lax-
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with tho approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on tho Kid-
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak-
ening them and it is perfectly free from
•very objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-
gist* in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man-
dfaettrred by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
pactage, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
•ocept any substitute if oflered.
"One of my neighbors, Mr. John
Gilbert, has been sick for a long
time. All thought him pastrecovery.
He was horribly emaciated from the
inaction of his liver and kidneys.
It is difficult to describe his appear-
ance and the miserable state of his
health at that time. Help from any
source seemed impossible. He tried
your August Flower and the effect
upon him was magical. Itrestored
him to perfect health to the great
astonishment of his family and
friends." JohnQuibell, Holt, Ont.S
«. Delicate women
Or Oebilltmted Woman, should u,a
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Millions now in use. All lengths, uniform or
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A«k your dfalrr for th 'in. or send 40*.
In stamps for a box of 100; assorted sizes.
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rcwnssD aitd rzsruiiZD
The t'rongett and purr it I>ye
mad.\ Unlike other Lye, it being
u tine powder and packed in h can
with removable lid. the contents
are always ready lor uee. >> ill
make the belt perfumed .Hard Soap
in '20 minutes without boiling. It In
tli bent for cleausing waatcpipes,
disinfecting siuks, closets, washing
bottles, palnls, trees, etc.
CHAPTER XI—CoNTixt ED.
••Then he will marry her all the
sooner—ho said so; ho said that, with-
out doubt, wo should oppose the mar-
riage; if so, his friend, Lady Hrough-
ton, should at once fetch tho girl
away, and ho would marry her at
once; but if, on the contrary, every-
thing was peaceable and friendly, he
proposed that he should marry her
from here in a month from now."
••That no never shall! How am 1
to bear this? If you had but tho
epirit of a man you would have pro-
♦•now could I prevent it, my dear?" i
••Pray do not talk to me!—pray do j
not irritate mo! I am almost mad
think of such a chance lost!1'
Hut after a long conversation, the
irato lady, who was not without
sense, saw that nothing was to bo
gained by quarrelling with Sir Leon-
••Our neighbors would all laugh at
us," said her husband; "they would
know wo wore disappointed; and to
be on bad terms with Sir Leonard and
Lady Falconer, of Falcon's Court,
might bo a great disadvantage to us.'1
••Pray do not call that upstart Lady
Falcdfcer," said Mrs. llarcourt, with
She will be Lady Falconer, let us
say what we may. It strikes me that
it would bo very bad policy on the
part of the girls to quarrel with her."
Did you assure me that ho knows
what sho is by birth and training,
Plainly as the plainest English
could tell him, my dear."
I will make her suffer; sho shall
have such a month as she shall re-
member, let her live as long as she
And. with those words. Mrs. Har-
court Wt her husband to his own re-
flections, and returned to the room
where she had left her daughters.
They looked up eagerly as she en-
What news, mamma?" they both
••Such horror, my dear children—1
am so grieved for poor Sir Leonard."
••Which of us is it, mamma?'1 asked
Jane, who was never impressed by
her mother's dramatic rehearsals.
••Neither, my dear children. Poor
Sir Leonard, the heir of an ancient
race, tho head of a proud
family, tho bearer of a stain-
less name, has been imposed upon by
tho cunning arts of a low, base-born
adventuress, and not thinking of the
shame he will draw upon himself, he
has degraded himself so far as to
offer to marry a girl withouta name!"
••Do you mean Florence, mamma?"
asked Miss Jane, growing very pale.
"I do, my dear; my contempt for
Jier cunning cannot be expressed, my
porrow for Sir Leonard may. Oh, my
dear, betrayed children, let this teach
you never to imitate my fatal kind-
ness and take a creature of that dis-
cription under your roof. Seo what
a return she has matlo to us; think of
her treachery and—shudder."
Florence rose white and trembling.
Sho stood erect and dauntless before
tho angry lady.
"I used no cunning," she said; "I
know none. Sir Leonard saw me and
honored me with his love. I did not
seek to win it."
••Without doubt her mother in-
veigled tho squire's poor brother in
the same way," said Mrs. llarcourt to
•'If you ever repeat that remark 1
will leave your houso tho next mo-
ment!" cried Florer.ee. "You shall
not insult my mother or her memory!"
A low, contemptuous laugh from
the threo ladies.
••The Falconers will boast of a bar
sinister for the first time," said Jano,
And Florence looked at her with
There need not be any breakfast pro-
I vidod; they would have a grand de-
! jeunor on their return, instead.
••Lady Broughton," he added, 'had
' kindly consented to allow her daugh-
ters to act as bridesmaids, and ho
hoped the Misses Harcourt would join
1 them. To save all trouble, ho would
send to Paris for suitable costumes."
Magnificent dresses, free of all
cost, were irresistible to Mrs. Har-
I coui t.
• "If Lady Broughton does not think
her daughters compromised by ap-
pearing at such a wedding," she said,
| "it. would ill become me to refuse. I
j know my dear girls will not like it; j
they have always been so very so- |
to inherit the
(irango, and Mrs. Morgan lives there
still—"keeping it ready for him,"
as sho laughingly says.
Mabel married a wealthy old mer-
chant. whose later years sho made
miserable. Jane conquered a young
curate, and he did penance for tho
rest of his life. The sisters disagreo
about everything when they do meet,
except in abusing the lady loved and
revered by all who know hor—Lady
Falconer, of Falcon's court.
ALL THE RATS
A Fancy Hi
nt That Was
Not to Their Ta te.
Landlord Withoe of the hotel Hum-
ford, Rumford Falls,Maino, is a great
7° I Sir Leonard laughed good-natured- I story-teller, and among other sur-
, ly, making allowance for any ebulli- ; pnsing narratives ho is credited with
I tion of ill-temper. If ho had known
i what the girl ho loved suffered, ho
| would never have smiled in or en-
tered that houso again.
Sho was sensitive, loving and gen-
tle, so that it was easy to torturo hor;
! weak words could never tell what
I they mado hor suffer; tho mock ro-
' spect, tho mock homage, the cruel
I scorn, the bitter insults, tho taunts
that made her heart quiver as though
some sharp knife had pierced it, the
pity they iavishod on Sir Leonard. |
There wore times when she felt that .
sho could not bear it—that she must |
tell him; then tho remembranco of I
his wish came over her, and sho
would try again.
She could not have endured it but
for the constant kindness of tho old
housekeeper, and the bright future
that shone before her; sho suffered so
greatly and so constantly that there
were times when sho thought this
future must be a dream. Could it be
possible that she, the down-trodden,
insulted, helpless dependent, would
soon be Lady Falconer, wife of one of
tho wealthiest, kindest and most
noble men in England, mistress of
Falcon's Court? It did not seem pos-
sible or probable.
There was but a fortnight now until
her wedding day, and their unkind-
ness increased with each hour. She
was no longer allowed to sit in the
anteroom—her own room was the
only place of refuge. When sho was
driven almost mad with taunts and
insults, she would, at times, go into
one of "tho- unused lumber-rooms, and
sit there for long hours.
One morning Mrs. Harcourt had
been especially violent and ill-tem-
pered; tho young ladies had been so
insulting that human nature could en-
dure it no longer. Florence left
them, and wont lo her old haunt,
the lumber-rooms; they were full of
old furniture, boxes, manuscripts,
books, pictures and papers of every
"I will not go near them again to-
day," thought Florence. "I will
amuse myself by looking at these old
Sho was turning them over when
sho saw a small packet of letters and
papers addressed to tho late squire.
She knew her father's handwriting,
and, without stopping to think,
Thank heaven! for she found there
her mother's marriage certificate, for
William Beauchamp had indeed mar-
ried tho pretty girl who had at-
tracted him; he had married her at
tho parish church of St. lioche,
Franco; and there was, besides, tho
certificate of her birth, Florence, tho
infant child of William Beauchamp
and of llose Hampton, his wife; there
was a certificate of her mother's
All other baking powders are shown by the
atest United States Government Report to be
nferiorto the Royal in both Purity and Strength.
(See Uulletiu 13, Chemical Division of U. S. Agricultural Dept.)
lilt a, Ljuiiii . 111 v *
PBKNA. HALT M'F SCO.
Gen. Acts. Phila., Pa.
Better Dead than Alive.
DUTCIIER'S FLY KILLER Is sure death. Every
sheet will kill a quart of flies, Insuring peace whll«
you eat and the comforts of a nap in the morning.
Insist upon Dutcher's and secure best results.
Fred'k Dutcher Drub Co.. St, Albans, Vt.
••Speaking of rats, I can tell you a
story, and it's a true story. It wus
over in Yassalboro, on tho Kennebec,
that a man 1 know had a house over-
run with rats. He got sick of rats
and ho rigged a plan to got rid of
them. Ho caught ono in a trap,
painted his ears blue, his tail yellow,
frescoed a lot of bands around his
body and let him go. Between his
houso and that of his next neighbor
was a vacant lot, and tho fence runs
along between them. It was in sum-
mer and this neighbor was an early
riser. IIo had a lot of po-
tatoes, you know, planted in this
lot, and beyond that a lot of
grain. Well, 'twas just 'foro day,
the early morning twilight, you soo,
and he was out hoeing his potatoes.
Ho just leaned on his boo handle
a-watchin' of tho sun as it rose in
the east when he suddenly saw some-
thing moving in tho grain. It
seemed to bo moving to and fro
strangely, mysteriously, along one
line that ran kind of crooked like
alon^ by tho side of tho foneo. To
say that ho was scared puts it mild.
Why, ho told mo, you know, what's
name, that when ho see the grail)
joggling that way ho didn't kno*
what's up. He felt jost like caving
in. lie thought first it was a big
snake—iust tho top of tho grain
snappin' and rattling. As it ap-
proached him ho ran forward with
his hoo handle and got on a clump of
ground, and there ho soo what it was.
It was rats, old and young, little and
big, gray and black—all kippering
across field towards hip house. lie
tried to head 'em otT with his hoe, but
'twas no uso. They crossed the lot,
and for six months, maybo more, he
had rats to spare. That's a true
Wooden toothpicks of tho cheap
kind, usually found in eating-houses
and sold at about fivo cents a bundle,
are a great source of danger. Many
people chew tho ends off and swallow
tho fragments to the serious jeopardy
of their internal anatomy, and even
when they don't do this they are apt
to use ono of tho l>**le barbs too
I roughly and to swallow piocos with-
j out knowing it.
Boys have a reputation for being
I able to eat anything, but no adult
j can masticate or digest wood, which
swells and combines with other sub-
stances, and soon forms a dangerous
lump or ball in the stomach. The
best toothpick to uso is a quill or a
silver or gold one, while aluminum,
the new universal metal, has already
been tried for that purpose.
Most dangerous of all is a pin,
which, besides cracking the pre-
servative enamel, also inflames and
cankers the gums, especially if blood
death, and these were all inclosed in j happens to be drawn Chicago Jour-
a letter from William Beauchamp to j naj
his brother, the squire. In tho letter
Corduroy silk is a new fabric.
Marries for money—the parson.
India hns 110,000 cotton operatives.
Tho hoop skirt notation has ended.
Liquor kills 80,000 Britons annually.
Sweden Is buying its te'.ephono lines.
England's bottle industry is declining.
The round-toed shoe is most in favor
Our chief cities contain 77,000 Italians.
Rhode Island may abolish grad
break am >
T>r. Shoop - '
have been lound at Annat '.is,
inipen ding odt
rvo Pllli sent frva
v!t. for '-'e stump.
\V..lUoine W ij.
The average «
iot and more
TOSS- iirufftfUl forit. Pr
studeut needs '
I A phenomenal crop of wheat is predict-
100 by 250 foot tomb- ; 0(j for tho Canadian prairies in the fall.
railroads Btretch 142,05s j ]
Eng., claims tho deepest
Tho daffodil is now soeioty's pet flower.
The Earl of Dudley is insured for #flf-
Our 1882 whoat crop was 518,003,000
f the lint.;. -■« Culling Teeth*
i:d use ili.it old and well-tried rnnedy, Mm .
Winslow'i SOOTUINO Svscr for Children Teelhlnf.
Defacement of tho Gettysburg battle-
Held in threatened by an electric railroad.
The World's Fair Favorite IIo tel.
The fireproof BANCROFT HOTEL,
Calainut A v., and 29th St., Chicago, 244
large rooms, is the place for yon to
stop. Kates one dollnr. Meals 50
cents. Near World's Fair grounds.
C., has underground | Write for circulars to reserve rooms.
trolleys. ^ ^ ••bicycler's back" is an affliction
Washington has lumber enough for the 1 regulting from excessive wheeling.
For Indigestion, constipation, .ick
Electricity will propel New York canal
Citrons are recommended as cholera
Lap dogs aro now dyod to match mi-
There is not a wagon factory in the
whole of Mexico.
California will ship 7,500 cars of or-
anges this spring.
A drowning man will grasp at a straw.
So will a thirsty one.
Tennessee was originally organized as
the State of Franklin.
It costs 800,000 to got out one number
•f Bcribner's Magazine.
The Btate Orange at tho State Alliance | I
nas coalesced In Texas.
The real toppy high hat is known as
the "Captain Coddiugtou."
Tho strength of a horse is equal on an
sverage to that of 7 men.
A load of two tons can be readily car-
ried by a full grown elephant.
Chappie will wear a snow white som-
brero at the shore this summer.
Thousands of cattle are being sent from
Texas to Montana for jmsturage.
calm, serene eyes.
"Sir Leonard's love so honors me,"
she said, "that, like the love of a
king, it supplies all deficiencies in a
subject," and with these words she
left them to give vent to their spite
and fury as they would.
In ono respect Mrs. Harcourt cer-
tainly kept her word. .She positive-
ly tortured Florence, not by any act
of violence that might have told
tales, but by words so cruel, so bitter,
so shameful, tho girl's heart was al-
••I shall come to seo you once a
week, Florence," said her lover, "not
oftener, for I have a dim idea that
each visit of mine causes you to suf-
fer much; tho month will soon bo
over,and then my darling shall never
know a dark day again."
He told her how busy thoy were at
Falcon's Court, preparing for tho fair-
est bride who had ever been taken
there. He described tho rooms that
had been arranged for her; tho gor-
geous trousseau ho had ordered from
Paris; and she listened, wondering in
her sweet humility, how it was she
was blessed by his wonderful, gener-
He told her. laughingly, ono day,
that after all it was better to suffer a
little than to havq a public scandal,
••I should like, you know, darling, '
he 6aid, "to take you away to Lady
JJroughton's; you would be very happy
William told his brother ho had loved
tho schoolmaster's daughter so dearly
that he had married her, but that
dreading his brother's anger, ho had
kept tho marriago secret; that the
child, Florence, was indeed his
legitimate, lawful daughter; ho
begged tho squire to for-
give him, and to acknowl-
edge his daughter as heiress of Wes-
That was the packet tho French
nurse had brought with her, and tho
old squire, in his anger, had thrown
away without reading. They had
been picked up by one of tho servants,
who, believing them useless, had
thrown them, with others, in tho
The first thing she did was to thank
heaven, not for the wealth that would
bo hers, but that her mother's name
was free from reproach, and that had
so long weighed on her young heart
had fallen from it now forever. She
sent a note to her lover, and when he
came, sho placed the papers in his
"I shall not disgrace you, Leonard,"
she said, "and I am so thankful.
Help mo to thank heaven."
Sir Leonard, with all his romance
was very practical. Tho first thing
he did was to go to France and verify
the certificates. Ho found there the
old cure who had celebrated tho mar-
riago, and the witnesses who had at-
tended it, so that Florence was
indeed Florence Doauchamp, heir-
ess of Weston Grange. As a
matter of course, the Harcourts
opposed her, and the case
camo on for trial, when it was de-
cided at once in her favor.
But she was too generous to
there, and I could see you every d yj • trample on a fallen foe. By Sir
A l'lertHiint Slmvc.
Customer—What makes your hand
jerk so with that razor?
Uarber—Why, boss, I's used to ds
• The fits?"
"Yes, boss, but don't bo scart; its
ten minutes befor' doy como on. Jes'
you res' easy; dat's do symptoms.".—.
The Mountaineers ol Tennemiee.
A traveler who has been tlown
among tho mountaineers of Tennes-
see says that their usual formula of
greeeting and interest on meeting a
stranger & "Howdy," and after the
stranger has returned this salutation,
"What's your name?" This exhibi-
tion of curiosity is perfectly frank
and no disrospect is intended by it
A fieiiial Cumh.
A wretch was condemned to death
"You have threo days in which to
make an appeal," said tho judge.
"Thanks," replied tho culprit, "I
would like to pass them with my
family in tho country.—Texas Sif-
Why lie Came Late.
Man, rising wearily to let late
comer pass to his seat in theater—
This eternal getting up is really
annoying. Lato Comer—I know it is.
That's the reason I never come in
myself until tho curtain is raised.—
Fin I)e Slecle Finance.
Kytom—How does my bank account
stand this morning?
Book-keeper—There's a balance of
Kytem—So much as that? Well,
' draw me a check for $200.—Truth.
headache, weak stomach, disordered
liver—taUo Beecham's Fills. For Sale
According to tho official report jusi
out tliere are 2,7tiO members in the
Soldiers' Homo at Leavenworth at
present and the number is being i -
creused every week.
DOV'T JiF. FOOLED
by the dealer who
brings out some-
thing else, that
pays him bettor,
uml says that It Is
"just as good."
Discovery is piiar-
anteed. If It don't
benefit or cure, In
every case, you
have your money back. No other medi-
cine of its kind is so certain and effective
that It can bo sold so. Is any other
likely to be "just as good"?
As a blood-cleanser, fiesh-builder, and
strength-restorer, nothing can equal the
"Discovery." It's not like the aarsnpa-
rillas. or ordinary "spring medicines."
At all seasons, and In all cases, it purl-
lies, Invigorates, and builds up the wholo
RVPtem. For every blood-taint and
Riee paper Is made from a filthy plant disorder, from a common blotch or erup-
- - - - - • ■ — ■ ■ tioii, to tho worst scrofula, It is a perfect,
\ permanent, guaranteed remedy.
lo Populist Press anil People.
I take pleasure in announcing that I
ealled tang-tsua, which is found in China,
Corea and ipan.
It is calculated that on an average
every person in this country spends $.)0 j
a year on clothes
Everyman "has his influenoe," hut .
sometimes bas a hard time to find it when l'"™ mado arrangements on behalf of
he is in a hurry. the National Reform Press Associ-
ation, whereby plates and ready-prints
In portions c* Africa sugar of a re- j containing Populist matter officially
maruable degree of sweetnesa is now made approved and recommended by the
of cotton seed. ; National Reform Press Association and
Paris now gets its water supply from C hairman laubeneck. in any quantity
six great springs, which travel through , desired, will be furnished by
83 miles of aqueduct. The Winfielri Newspaper Union.
A legal fence" has been defined in Writ® to the Winileld Newspaper
Kentucky as one that is "pig tight, horse
high and bull strong."
The valuo of tropical and semi-tropi-
cal fruits grown under the American flag
is nearly §20,000,000.
Mrs. William Walter Phelps, wife of
the late Minister to Germany, has crossed
the Atlantic sixty-ttve times.
The greatest trouble with the man who
learns to play poker is that when he gets
the game learned he hasn't anything to
play it with.—Elmira Telegram.
Nearly every bit of tho beef, mutton
and poultry used in Florida comes from
the North. Even fish aro shipped from
the North and West in groat quantities.
Tho settlement of tho Brooklyn Taber
nacle debt was at 23 cents on the dollar.
Dr. Talmage has already given two years'
Balary toward it, and now adds 810,000
from his private funds.
Colorado is so hard pressed to use up
its silver that the dome of the Capitol at
Denver, 7,000 square feet in area, is to
be covered with silver. Tho copper Bheets
are to be heavily plated.
The rnaii who makes two watermelons
grow where nothing grew last year is the
sort of public benefactor whom the boys
will keep track of in tbe ides of August.—
Nebraska trtate Journal.
President Wr.terbuiy, of the defunct
cordage combine, ate his breakfast a few
mornings ago the possessor of a fortune
estimated at $3,000,000. At night his
millions were swept away and he was
penniless. It was tbe most sudden re-
verse of fortune, perhape, ever recorded
In this oountry.
Union for samples and prices. No
other house furnishes authorized mat-
ter. W. S. JdOltUAN, Sec., National
Reform Press Association. Address,
If you urn Irtoreftort In mlni'itr,
HenlUtW Hinloi J s hange JJ
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Cures Sick Headache
Successfully Prosecutes Clnims.
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Campbell, W. P. & Weesner, R. The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 39, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 24, 1893, newspaper, June 24, 1893; Hennessey, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109749/m1/7/: accessed April 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.