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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900
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Bj OPIE BEAD.
tropyrlglit, 1KB, by Ople Head.)
JBroorarMiTj" was on bis way down
lown, Intending to got off at the Vnu
Daren street station. Jnst before reach
ing tbat point an acquaintance sat
!luwn beside him and began to talk
about a murder tbat had been commit
ted jnt u year before on tbo North
Kido, Chicago. Deing a city hall man,
Broomberry'a acquaintance knew a
I'rcnt deal abont tbe mnrder. He knew
old Kloptock, tbo victim, and In an ex
ceedingly diflcveet and sunken voiced
manner be intimated to Broomberry
that,! had n pretty shrewd idea as to
who committed the deed.
By thlSjtjtiie tho train bad passed the
Van Dnrerl street station was jnst
pnlllng otit. In fact and Uroomberry,
determined not to miss an appointment,
jnmpcd off tho train Ho looked at his
watch n mlnttto later and found that in
jnmping off ho had broken tho crystal
He kept Ills appointment and then
stepped into n joweler's to get a now
"Wlicro did yon'get Itt" tho jowelct
nuked when, after completing hk work,
lie handed tho watch to Uroomberry.
"1 got- it from 11 friend of mine
"Nothing. Only yort've got a rare
watch'; not In valnc, bnt as to nninber
Abont 80years ngo a company of men
bnilt ntfactory at a llttlo town called
Romney. in Masachnsetts, and began
to mannfuctnro watches; bnt, as pomu
sort of disaster befell tho concern, only
Ihreo watches wcro over completed, and
this is one of them."
"Yon don't say sol" exclaimed
Broombcrty "Well, well. and-I shonld
not haven known of tho rarity of my
property"lf I hadn't broken tho crystal
in jnmpingcif it train this morniugl
Do yon know what I'm going to do?
Cm going to traco this watch back to
the factory if 1 can, and I'm going to
write a description of tho hands through
which It has paed nnd mako n book of
it Won't that bo an odd little volume.
Tho History of tho Watch T' I urn
innch obliged to yon, sir Yon'vo given
me an idea, and, to a man who Is so
anfortnnato as to bo compelled to mako
his living by thinking, an idoa Is al
most a necessity Ah, bnt pardon mo
for not answering yonr question! I got
tho watch from Henry Lucas; gavo
him (45 for it abont two months ago
If the history shonld bo Interesting
enongh to print, I'll glvo yon n copy of
Broomberry called on Henry Lncas
Ho fonnd his friend nbsorbed in tho
work of -."running np" figures in an
"Ah. Broomberry I Sit down I'
"No I haven't time Say, where
did yon get this watch? Only thrco of
them made nnd all that sort of thing
Inst want to get tho history of it, yon
"I bonght It from n fellow named
Martin Kelly "
"Whero do yon suppose I can Hud
"Ho works in tho postofflco. '
Broomberry went to tho pojtofflco
Ho had struck 11 new llnti of work and
was delighted Mr Kelly was easily
"I got it from Mink Hammonds, '
"Tho (letico yon dldl' Uroomberry
exclaimed "Why, ho was tho nuieu of
my breaking the crystal thU morning
I was talking to him and paascd my
itntion mid then had to jump off I'll
go right down to tho city hall aud t-eo
"Whcrotlld I get It?" Hammonds re
plied in a cureless hort of a way. "Well,
let mo si-i) I got it from J. II. MclVal,
1 big furiiituro dealer oil tho West
"All right I'll go over there and eeo
Tho great furniture dealer a smooth,
well fed, lialdheaded man was busy in
his ofllco when Broomberry entered.
"Well, sir, what can I do for you?'
"I came to ask you about this," said
Broomberry, taking out the watch.
"Don't know anything about it, air
Good day I"
"Excu8oino,"8ald Broomberry, "but
my friend, Mark Hammonds of tho
city hall, told mo that ho got It from
"Ahl Let mo sco It Yes, that's so, '
ho added, when Broomberry had banded
him the watch, and then, with an air
of business, as though ho had been
rather lax with tho ethics of trade nnd
must now, ns u recovery of principle,
mako 11 show of briskness, ho asked.
"But what about it. sir what abont
"Nothing Only I should ltko to
know where yon got it."
"Yes. but I 11m very busy today ex
ceedingly busy, sir Cuu't you cull bomo
"Oh, of coursol But it won't takn a
niiuntu to tell mo whero you got it If
you know. "
"Yes, yes. that's so Bnt I'm ex
tremely busy Let mo seo Wo took it
in part payment on a lot of furniture
from, let 1110 Stevens." ho culled
A man entered and said, "Yes. sir. "
"What's tho niimoof Unit boarding
honso woman Unit couldn't, or rather
wonldu't. pay for her furnltnro In
money, and wo had to tako a watch?
What is her ntinio? Qnicki I'm hnsy. '
"Mrs Caddo, sir 7-13 Limblll
"Yes. that's correct Good day, sir I'
Broomberry hastened to the boarding
house of Mrs Caddo She wonld have
talked iin hour about tho watch, or by
it either Shu would have told of the
myriad of trials that come to the wid
owed keeper of a boarding house, und
ane-aia ten or a certain Harness matter
named Sam Hainea, who had boarded
with ber, who was drunk nearly all the
time, who positively refused indeed In
a most insulting manner to pay his
board, hut who. after being threatened
by the law, and by n certain mormons
policeman who knew the widow quite
well, consented to glvo ber bis watch.
This Mr. Sam Haines could bo found in
Madison street, near Itoboy.
Uroomberry found tho harness maker
drnnk and communicative. He got the
watch of a certain pawnbroker, nnd
wonld neglect his work to go and show
Broomberry tho place.
"Oh, no I I can And it easily enongh,'
said tho visitor, taking down the num
ber. "Unt you can't And it ns well as. If I
Went with yon," tbo accommodating
harness maker insisted. "You bet I'll
p with you. Uct your llfo on that
Yon'ro my friend Uot your llfo on
Urootubrrry hastfiied away and heard
rcmething tbat ou tided like "You go
to hades, then Dot your llfo on thutl'
as lie went out
I Tho pawnbiiikcr remrmherrd tho
I watch and, turning to his hookf, fuid
Unit It ha.l T.'imi sold to him by 0110 It.
.1. Mili-. t'tl Itockland street.
Bioumbeiry tturttd out to look for
tho street and soon discovered that
there was no such place Iio returned
to tho pawtiHhup.
"Tho fellow that sold you this watch
must have come by it dihonestly." Jie
said to the broker.
"Very likely, sir. Wo havo no means
of (hiding out, you know. All wo can
do is to tako the name and address, or
what wo suppose to bo such."
"Yes, that's true, I suppose. Bnt do
you think you'd know tho man If yon
wero to seo him again J"
"Yes. I think so."
"Have yon ever seen him sinco he
sold you the watch?"
"No. I think not."
"I have." said a boy standing at the
back end of the place.
"Good I Bnt do yon know whero he
cau be found?"
"I don't know where bo Mays, but 1
havo seen him go up into a gamb'iug
"Well, now, If yon will go with mo
and point him out I will pay you well
for your trouble."
Every day for four days tho boy went
with Broomberry nnd stood near a nar
row stairway on Clark street, aud, just
' don't .nnio uhclhcr I ti'li or not," the
as they wcro abont to leavo tho place
on tho evening of tho fourth clay, the
boy clutched Uroombcrry'H arm and
"That's him going up now."
"All right Here." Uu gnvft the
Urocmbcrry went np Into tho gnm
bllng den Ho closely studied the man
that had been pointed out, Tho fellow
lost his money and went, down. Broom
berry followed him. He went to a sort
of hotel in Canal street, and Brocm
borry kept him in vlow, Ho went into
the barroom and sat down at a table
Broomberry approached him indis
creetly, too and said:
"Will you please pardon 1110 if I ask
yon a few questions?"
"I don't know whether I will or
not," tho fellow growled, bat Broom
berry, taking no notice of his ill humor,
"I am about to write a little his
tory," said be, "and think yon may be
able to help me ont on it. I havo in my
possession 11 watch which I have traced
to yon, and I should like to know where
Tho fellow Jumped np, knocked
Broomberry down und disappeared
through a back door. When tho histo
rian got np and brushed himself, he was
told that n policeman bad caught tho
follow 11 singular outcome surely
Tbo fellow was brought back nnd
then, togother with Broomberry, was
taken to n police station, whero tho his
torian related his etory, and then there
came a sensation The watch bad bo-
longed toold Kloptock, aud Uroomberry
bud found the murderer
The Goat-My, but I'd like to illue on
some of that delicious grass, but. being
n comic paper gont, suppose I have to
eat these caus. New York Jouruul.
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AND IHE Mil! PLOW, f
A farnifr ouo diiy left his homo In
tlin bright early morning to go into his
Ileitis. Ills road led lilm past a cross
.of slime, which wan oliu of many that
ilotted tliti himlHcupo In that faraway
'country, tho Sriindliiavlan iM-nlnsula.
As he reached the cross he knlt a
few moments In prayer, as wps his
wont eery day, before passln? 't. But
as he roo this morning fioin j cus
tomary worship he saw 011 the lulso
or the rock a strange looking Insect
that attracted his attention by Its bril
liant color. Nor was that nil. Tho
little creatine Fcemed Aery lestless,
running about lieto ami theie over the
cross nnd nt Its foot, ns If It were try
lug to leave tho hpot, but could not.
Tor Mime llttlo time tho farmer
wntched the Insect. Then ho went on
his wny "tu his Ileitis and forgot nil
about the Incident. Hut the next morn
ing It was recalled to ldm, for on his
way to his work lie t-uw It again n.s
he knelt nt the cros.s, still running
about heio ninl (hero as If It were
still trying to get ivfay, but could not.
"Can It be," he thought, "that this
creature Is one of those that live In
tho heart of the earth? Perhaps It
came unwittingly too close to tho cross
nnd now cannot get nwny."
Breathing a prayer and calling tho
inline of Deity, ho caught the beauti
fully coloied thing In his hand. But It
did not yield to his touch ns he had ex
pected. Instead It seemed to resist him
with Hiipcruntuiul force mid clung to
the rock with nil its strength.
The fanner, however, gave n strong
pull, and found that ho held by tho
hair n creature In appearance like it,
man, but only ubotit six Inches In
length, while It screamed nnd kicked
lit n most energetic manner.
'IIo, iio. friend," the farmer cried,
"this Is your trick, Is It? Now tell nio
who oti 1110 mid what trade joii know
thai enables you to earn your living In
The llttlo one, howoor, would not
answer his questions, but continued to
scream aud struggle with all his might.
"Ho be It," the farmer said at last
when ho found his efforts unavailing.
"We'll see to what tunc you'll Biug by
And with these words he turned back
to his house with his little one, clap
tied him Into n huge sooty Iron pot, put
the cover on It and carried it Into tho
"Koinaln there in the cold mid tlto
dmk until you are ready to answer
Twice 11 week the farmer visited his
prisoner, but with no result. So six
weeks passed by, mid one day the llttlo
one begged to be released, promising
to answer all questions'.
"l'lrst. then, tell me who you nro nnd
how you got where I found you," tho
"Yon have guessed It ns well ns I
can tell you," the black 0110 said. "I
am one of those that lli far down lit
tho em th. Wo feed the gieat central
lite. That Is why I mil so black. One
day I came up to cm III ninl hap
pened to pass near the cross. Von
know that when that happens we cau
not get nwny ami au compelled to be
come visible. I reared to attract at
tention In my natural form, so took
that of tho Insect ou noticed. Well,
you know the rest. Now let me go If
J on are honest."
"You havo told me all truly. 1 be
llee. Itut I have heard that you aie
also clever smiths. Is that so?"
"Yes, It Is true."
"Well, then, you should glo me a
present before I let you go. Would
that not bo fair?"
"Yes, jos," oageily said the black
one. "Ask what you will gold, silver,
Jewels, tine clothes or furniture. It,
thnll be yours In an Instnut."
"All that you mention 1 do not want,
but since you nro clever smiths mako
me a plow so light that the smallest
foal may draw It nnd not bo tired."
"Agreed! But free mo now!"
Tho mlnuto nfter tho great pot was
uncovered tho llttlo being disappeared.
but so suddenly that the fnrmer almost
believed that ho had been dreaming.
In the morning, however. In the ynrd
outside his cabin door the fanner
found n new plow. He fastened his
dog to It, much to the amusement of
his neighbors, but their nstonlshmeut
was great to see him pull It without
effort or weariness. Anil such tre
mendous furiows ns It turned had nev
er becu known before.
Well, that farmer grew very, very
rich, for he farmed more than any
one else nnd required few horses, for
the smallest hor.se could draw the
magic plow, which was the wonder of
the country lound.
tioml Tlino I'or Sorrow,
"HI, fellers, come along and fool
sorry for Williol Ho's goln ter de den
tist!" Now York Journal
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