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JOHN J. INGALLS.
Hon Jim Senator ..mil,,, .rl. nnd Inlhn nt
fdtty.twn-tnstnnies nf III, :(..
ngf, nml 1 1, ,r lie n,,n, t Itin
'nlnt of n I'lstnl.
-"Mi i.unni n icnnon By lib il.
Ho ha had i chance to ntmlv liim.
h' r B'
1 hl poMlbilnieti, nmt If he li re-
nm . t ..... - .. : ; - .. -
It'om PfDlltA IMS i.u .... .. .
1.V..I. . , - - '. ijrp-nirr.i mwr imnn, uurrin una r-n i Hiring n
vahinirton, Sept. iff -John J. In null fftachrp named Butler, nml then pttttln
i- m.ikm th flRht of hln Ufa to bi hnefc lm " naked on n inft rind ncnaimt
J the t-nltfd T(tM . . ?.? . &lm- ""ll11 nothln but a I3lnl. nml lili
u r rh.n". ih.t i fm ' T,.'tB. .' flew. to tloat down the .MlntotiH river.
...oV. m be' "L'ZTL U,h,! A c.mb..r i:...-.iunter.
e .! rn'ifcf IL' ? ?'". ,fln th?n Af another time Inmlta win Mtttnrr on
- - '- --- rinn i i'WL'IF,
-.',l ,, ,, ii, ninT inva mi.i ihm Um
f I m'p.i to nh.V,.V. ..j i. o'i" "rc"
i .fks n. m,Vi" 'unnl John Sherman
nlinu.it y whl'n nec"'ltSr a -
InsulU In IHII.
Incalls 1 now In the prime' of his Intel-
j uni anil physical cltence. It I. true
h' Is t. hilt e.verv iitnm nf m iliin ..n..l..
frmu' i nn lotiRh nn malleable Iron nnd hln
inoiii brum ly a dynamo of Intellectual
tie nn more liiena to the niUnro
uiicinon. nni ne nutn on n tmu- mm
ery hour. Jlln private convcrnntlon Is
j .ii of meat, and when he talks, every sen
tence makes jou think, nnd every word
wclRhs a pound. He Is a man of broad
readlirs, and he draws his Illustrations
from the antediluvian periods of seolosy
in one sentence, takes a. metaphor lrom a
rainous i.nKiisn novelist ior i second, ami
In the third, like as not, gives you a bit
of the latest slat s from the .lum". At ,
tlrst you aie da?.?,td by his How of words
and Ideas. You are blinded by his pyro
technic phrases, and you sie him no credit
for his genius other than that to the God
who made him. As you go on, however,
you find that he is one of the hardest
workers of public life, and thnt the vast
mental capital which he has to-day has
been largely made up by tho saving of tho
Intellectual pennies. For the past twenty
years he has been making speeches and
witty icmarlts In his study In order thnt
he may deliver them In private conversa
tion or on the stump. Kvery blight thought
nnd every expression that he han come In
contact with has been reground and n.
nollshed between the mill-stones of his
. brain until it has left Its original shape
uud become a now creation, that of Ingalls
alone. He has a peculiar memory In thnt
when he once writes a thing he pens It,
ns it were, on the tablets ot his mind, to be
left there until occasion shall call It foith.
Tho books ho reads nru always interlined
and lllled with marginal notes, and these
notes are often finished sentences which
lie makes thus nnd lays away for future
use. He In a kt- nt student of the dlrtiou
.ii y. He knows Hogurs' Thesaurus of En
glish words by heart, nnd is happiest when
lie Is studying CrnbUe's Synonyms. He
likes odd words, and In always looking for
them, and in the making of his speeches
nuiue of his sentences, oidinary at the
start, are changed and rechanged until
they become oratorical surprises which go
ringing lound the world.
lloiv lie fights.
Senator Ingalls, in speaking of his re-
KTois "i oeintr out oi me senate, lately
wild: "Whom tho Lord loveth He chasten
oth." There vns more; satire than meek
ness In tho remark, and when ho comes
back to the United States seimte It will
bo with tils knife out, and with a deslio
ior tho blood of hln incmles. Hj has to
reived but llttlo charity from hln fellow
senators, and especially trom those on
tho other Mdo of tho house. Ho will sot
tlo many un old ticore when ho returns,
mill delight his soul In tho turonUs of
Ihls follows. Ho would rather light than
nit, and he la at his best In a quurrul.
Ho has always courted trouble In the
I'nltfd States aetnite, nnd ho has been
happiest when In tho midst of It. You
loinembcr tho bitter battle which ho
waged with Joe Urown, of Georgia. In
walls hnd charged Drown with mutilating
the Congressional Itecord, and Brown, utt
er a iviiomous speech, had tiitlui-tt-d that
Installs would not hnvo dared make such
remark;, about him outsldo of tho beiin
xorial chamber. To this Ingalls replied
that Ilrown could tako his remnikd In
imy sense bo chose, and 'a.t lie did not
duslro to shield himself In ' way what
soever, lie then went cano up
Drown under tho title t ho Scuutor
jrom Alaska," chnracterU him as the
Uriah Ueep of tho senate, as a political
1'ecksnllf, and as thu Joseph Surface of
American politics, A duel was oxpected
us tho result of this, but Ilrown did not
nply, ana tno matter vus aroppca.
lui;alln nml Hln ra'itlplm k.
It was tho day after this affray that I
called upon lugnlls, and I found thnt
JJiuwn's cutting irlilelsms had not been
without effect, Tho Kansas senator con
Ilded to me that Ilrown was no uuan an
tagonist, and as he did so 1 picked up
a. piece of what seemed to be u dhl; of
leather the sUu of a dollar, with a biusb
of lonif, black hair ImiiKlng to It. As I
Ilia tuts. iiiKnut Biuppeij laiiwni; ui iiruviiiu1
nnd told mo what I hud In my hand wnsr;
ui Indian scuipiucK, uu uieu iiescrinea
the operation of scalping. He told how
thu Indian grabs tho lock of hair on tho
eiown of tho head) how he grasps It
ilrmly end twists It about his knuckles;
liow ho whirls his sealplng-knlfo about
the disk In u bluzu of light, uud then how,
bracing hU feet against thu shoulder
of the dying man, ho Jerks It away with
u smack like (hat made by pulling u
pleco of wet leather with a hiring from n
lint stone, Stnutor Ingalls gestured graph"
It-ally u.s ho gae thl description, nnd as
lie did 0 It seemed to tno that ho was
thinking of Ilrown, una J. vvntuie wete
lie an Indian, iheia is nothing that hu
-would more delight lu than Ju (ho tit-alp-ng
of his enemies,
bpeukbig nt the 1'olilt of a 1'Utnl.
There will undoubtedly be much opposi
tion to Ingalls during the pusent cam
paign. Ills speeches will bo full of bluer
things against tho 1'opullsts, and he may
liava a chance to re-enact some of the ex
periences of his youth. He came to Kot
tas, jou Know, as a boy, with little morn
than tho coat on his back and a volunu of
ailackbtomi under tits arm. lie had ucm
drought up In Massachusetts, and he
jumped at once into pontics, ns was aiti
v ,. , : ---r--- - ...... , ,nn, , tent pftiin, tmn, iuiuiuiKn ruvQiirr hi mm. ciiiu.
r nn it I,, worth. He hn itlx-en lli lt "" here, my Iwyj thry imy joii nr the
I-'Ire fcr th promlnenre whloh bllnrlPil ,'f,,t 'Pfnker In nil Knnni. Th"e urn
' n tthcti hf . nroni.toni nt fk. .! tlemtn hcre.nrr my frltn lit, nnU wo wnnt
l h. ripi ifc. V. i the wnat, A gtwech. Now, yon get tin on thnt chair
, r n . . S " p,af on ,he noor 1 " K'v ' n peech. or I'll nlioot h-11 out
ii ' of iiio briRhtMt. eoolcKt and bitterest , ou."
i-lil.ri thnt that bodv ha vp? known t "c future senntor looked the nnn
Sv n"ed him. The United attni. . nlrnlRht In the op nnd oorlly replied that
' deteriorn Tnr Th. JJ-. V .1 . ho did not Intend to make a pe. h f .r n y
l-irauri" ThfJ,he K,fJ?i" ,f thf Pf1- drunkard. Up continued to look. a lh
i e i',i ,:rTh . Mt.I,'.vH,.,!r&"!J DW '"-'ih,d the plM.,1 ami Jumped ,1,
'till than many of hli fellow " The drunken man wan klllrd thu "&'"""" ,"' ?',"vr, "IP" ( , "" lie v cut
m ''el:'i'n7 hi- .b,B 1, e'i, .oTir' ' -"'t1.00" ,n "" artrn' "hMl "6 hR' " ' fo$lu& f1e,t,"ee,,neil
tenVVcb fe'1' Kfcelf dollU VC How ,,, Itceome Senator. i ?uXo''-nr'W("' Tccod'
VaL'knTL' ilS.'"!" Slr,or ?""" " " ""t lonK after thin thnt 1 nKa tin i after h7"terW int5ii.Xrlr. nd
imnne-0.ihi? t0J 5?Br' "ml n,y Bc" a ,ent lo e rnlted Stnt-s aninte. Hln I ho In now t.rlRhter. braver and binlnl"r
' liilSSi.S. Vt 'i " hn9 "ee" ,l niieoen.lon election wan one of the mont remaiknbe than ho has luen In the pat. He ban
v surpri'cn. lie linn a mnny colors nn a., thnt linn ever oeeurre.il In the hlolnrv of learned n coort ileal ili.ime- tlm i.m r..iv
" '- in nmif ItlVllH 1(1 IIIO Klllllir' 'rt. '" ... ,..,,.., -,..,v tin " hi ' i " i
UVea Seller, ana tne pro-suivuiy tnuu
ked him ni rvrry point, nurlnr one
of his flr' imn'T tin ot billed In
n i kt- .1 5 . .-, ii i vi i, -on, iifi tic n vw,
he A pmt or iinrUr riittiann enl.i.l
til i n him. nn-l artMl him not to sp-nk
Th. y had pl r. their bells mill a
twin. In Ihi-tr hi. in' thev rvvore thfv
tvoup! hnrir Mm f I. raid Anything
'iirnlnl them. tn;ni n li ,ikvtl them In the
Mid ton tl.im to linn. Me nl1 that
he wt Miictt f, r n pc h, and lie wan
eolttff to t!Mk it He .li.l make It, nnd
; that In no tr.t-aMirM term. I don't know
, why it wi, but f(r Mini' rranon or other
i h Ivan not disturbed Still, thin nw
crowd who thr ntpnmt him hurt nlrxendv
committed it n itnbrr of oulrnBes-ntmonit
dny, entlnir Ml dinner, nt a hotel In Atcli.
Inon. It wn in the ilni of pnriy lCntmiw,
hpii everyone enrrled rexolvcro. A ilrnnk
'n rmnun vnipreii 1110 room, up n
rti mmnn enteroi! the room. He saw !
.iu ... K.,,,-. ..... ,. , t.,.. .. ,.i
"ou iioho, mroniemiK to tl mm. tin
tnnv have been pile, nml hi heart mnrt
, lm e jumpod to ills throat, but lm .lid not
move. Kinnlly the man h.ipp in-d tu h t
, the plntnl iimtlnet bin boot a be Jump d up
""' down In hln rase It went off and the
"nl itruoK nie i-b, nilin hft u ot with
Thin sobered him soinowhnt and
nP ''" ,lln dlnlnu roojn. IngflllB then wnt
t'Pt"lr. Iirotmht down bin pistol, nnd lay-
,MK tL u',riuH "i" pnisc. w.wu n wnn nm
the eountrv. It created a orreat nennntlin
at the time nnd made him a. nntlonal char
acter nt once. lie succeeded, you know,
the notorloun H. U. 1'omcroy, who, through
some of bin voten as senator, was nick
named "Subsidy Poinero." JniKills w.ia
.1 candidate, but be hod little hope of be
im; chosen, l'umeroy had cjIiio to the lei
Isl.ituie with a bairol of money, and p 1
ltics In Kansas wuro oven woiso at that
time than they nr now. A larse number
of ihe leglslatois hi., I bien brll ed. but ono
or two were jet nece snry lo make Pom
eroy's election Hire. Among those chosen
fur this pin pose was a state stnator named
Yotk, who pietendeil to l'oiii' roy thnt he
would ote for him If be tocelved a sut
Ilclent amount of money. The two had sev.
cral meetings and time Inttrviews, some
of which weic, I believe, ovei heard hy
cavculruppers placed tor that purpjse In
an adjoining loom or outside the door by
Yoik. York Insisted 'hat he must hnv
JS.OOO for his vote, and l'umeroy at tho Inst
Intel vlrw gave him J.'.CK.'O lu onh, promts d
mm j.i.u'o tne next day. and ?1 0 nddit on l
after the election was uvor. When tho
leKtsiiinire mei in joint session voi'K got u i
and walked down through the hall with
two uunuies ot creennaeiis In his hani
aid that these bundles c.ontntnul 17 inn nml
asked the speaker to count them The
speaker did so and said tint the count wis
coireet. York then told the ttory ot huw
he had been bribed by Pometoy and he
asked that this money bo used to prosecu e
urn M'uiiior ior miners", as no preceedeil
with Ids .speech the iissrmbly vent will
and when the ballot wns taken at its clos
there was not n man v ho dnred to vu'o for
Pomerov. Ingalls, u ho was to have ic
celved the roniplliiientnij vote ns the op
position cand'dnte, got a largo majority
and wns declined United States lenntor
Pomeioy, when nrnsted ilciilnl York's
stoiy. An Investigation nf the nutter wns
held In Washington nnd the senate wh't''
u ashed him. He was, however aflerw.Td'
arretted for lulheiy In Km-as and t e
result of his tri-il there was thnt lb ro
wns not sufllelPiit evidence to e ii'Iel blm
As for York he enmo lo Wu-li'iigton nnd
expected to be levvarded bv getting nni of
fice, lie wns dlsnppolnted and was so ,n
despised and forgotten.
Mow Ho itefiiseil lVirei-H Pine".
It Is not generally known that Ingalls
had n ehunce of suoi ceding Peffor In much
tho tame ',ay tint Ponuroy hoped to suc
ceed himselt. The story was told mo by
il Iviilifas i ougreitsmiiti last night, It puts
the senator in a good llybi, and show s
how he reslted temptation when ho would
have given tho half of his soul to have
been retained In the senate. If ho could
have done to honestly. Suld this man:
"Ingall.i, you know, has plenty of rrlenda
In Kansas, and lob. ot ticli ones. The peo
ple out thero know that he Is cohm-i v.ulvi,
unci that ho Is never going to espouse nnj"
cranky or ciiuy Idea of a socialistic or
nnan lilstlc nature. Slonio of his friends
bad tmle all airaugemuntH for fixing tho
legislature. They had the promises uf
fourteen of tho I'opulKth 1 won't say huiv
they got them, but they had them, and
thesso fouriiui mon had agreed to go bv I:
on their puny and vote for Insulin. This
would have curried tho election. At the
very last moment Ingalls wns told that
these men w-ro to vote for him. Hu sus
pooled ut once" as to how they had been
gotten, and when he learned the truth ho
refused to accept a reelection that way.
He said ho would expose tho whole plot,
If tho attemiit was made to corriint nnv
nf the legislators, uud In the llfij'-nlutli
minute of the last hour before the elce.
tlon he spollod tho whole game. What we
should have dono was lo have gone on
and finished tho election before telllns
him nnj thing about It. Ho could not havu
gone back upon us after lie had been
Ilovv Ingalls I'l-ll.
"Had lie any Idea that the date would
fjt at'.ilnKt lilm'f" I Qsked.
vu, was tne u-piy, -ihs nereat was
Itlc-s. Thon he brightened up a llttlo and
fought to the close,
"After the election, when he came back to
the Minute, he wns. mil det'pondeiU, and
be did not tret to bo hansel! until some
months utter he letl tho I'nlteJ Hmtet.
treiiute. He wus onl btc-n whin ho vvuu H
II, r. siiii'nrln .il IiIj II'a l.tn-.illu Knl ,.n '
Ii V.i -- "irV ;""" s .as tune praueivoriny motive mai uroiufin nun
Idea of the chant-e which iiad been Eulurf 1 to merlca uud b's plino for iho relief
on In Kajn.au duunit Ills last dnya in the J,? jfu.'a.'t on llllot'd by 'famine, tnti
uerniuo. Had lie iH-ccptci 0iir advlco he ' Limpiiliv for him and hU countti was
iiilbht havoconled thu election and Killed I Til 1 Vii d In tari "au 1 id i,Movvl is toin .
lopullMii. I-'or beveu moniha before the I JA'lir "peak Ins I v ml uitB. the upol W
lite tlon we told blm thu ths ttuto w.im ;,iii acard mr to Instmctlotiii ese-oited
o'litd ,SurShrtf2Sj"ni? I U,ha,llde.cll'Tt"hr ' ". 'lcUthu rtbklWd.V, t Svlw
"'wSiKSSL'SSt 'unt'lf ainfoita' He"- ?,ninolr l$a&l2J X iWilf
tho election. Then ho Weill out homo and ?Pie .' d litnlu ffied me nber of llio '1!:
tound that wo hud been telling thu truth, J. ? , s "p S ,,m no ! Am5 U more V.
nut It was too lato to remedy the sltua- K 'E' 'fi ,i?f T ,t ? v r
tlon. He saw he wus jsolni; lo bu defoat J0?,1;?.,, ln,A '-J ,,.a?'1lr iMrnell whinnwed nS
and the lact hum,' over h 111 like a pull. t?'.0,: 'b,",s,,r!;fin 1 .. ii...!i'i-er enr
..fL hl.! .."' A Atchlfrn, A, WW ' a.aroceeXdU;Uri,;
was altlia rcmalnlnif time eithtr at his homo or
uu at-1 thin mi In thu committee room. 1 have- I
reMuinir over 1110 senam. anu 110 pdciu .111 w
TUB KANSAS CITY
WHAT-IS THE MATTER?
A Vitv (iitiitiinii AITi-etlcm of l.ilr Summer
lii'.trllinl hr ii I'n in nent I'bj.lrl in.
Whftt In It thnt nttn a fellow In the l.-tt-trr
part of dimmer when hln tongue r?Ms
co.iteil. fe. p bllloue, l,-en bin nlipetlte, and
I haunt. d bv little rhilly nhlverB anil oe
calonall a d.ih of eol.i nweat? Not nt'-tt
nbi.I, but all broke up, nanly titnle In the
mo'ith, dletnrbi-d nlr.-p and n mmerablo
yweaty nptii n,.0 A ny, gi nerally about
the name hour enh day. Hhal In the mnt
l.f. w"1 "" n A fello Some tKxtorn ray
blllonn fever; other ray nt-rvoun proetra
I'on, an.l Mill o'hera llf romplnlnt, 0e
pepela ami no on. I'll tell von what the
mutter m. lf mal.irln- hronle m.tMrlii,
Not the rejrui ir, nhl-fnehloh-'d (.hllln and
i "r, but what hrtg been dl.rovered to be
an rntlrelv d! it met dlnoaae-vhronlc malar
In Thin 1 1 n, M Hon In mure apt to occur
In mahirlotm im-alltlen, but it Is known to
o-ur whrr, ftpue le unknown.
Titer in to tine in taklns ouinine forthene
enne. Quinine nil! cure lever and apjtie,
L,,l(,wll "ot cure I'hront" m-ilartn. fe-rif
p.i In the remedy for chronic itmlnrla. 11
i certain to cure every rone. Anyone Itnv.
tir the lennt doubt or thin ehould nettd to
rh" li'-rii-iift 1 i usr Manufiietitrlnit t'otu
Mny. of Cpluml.iin. o for a free medical
book, entitled Mnlarla," a valuable book
which weryone ehould rmd. Thin book
contain niir.ite urnwltm of five of the
priiiclpnl dlnia.i Hertnn, a neeu under thu
palled many tltt-e at hln rooms when I
Knew he wen in, only to nnd the door
locked, hen I I t him he had but little
to nay, nnd ho tired to nhun the noolety
or nioti. ott rannot nppieilutc the blow
bin defent di to hln lie had. joit muni
remember, for e?ht in yenrn been on" of
the cndlitfr oh injctem of the United am ten.
Me had puppi-ned ihul hln position wan no
cute for the rutin e, and lather prided hlm
nelf on hln dInreKard for the feellnsn and
ye.nrs, and wh ti he eouiis hnok ho will bo
a Mairer Iiihii than ev. r."
"Han be made much out of bin lectures?"
"No. I think not. Nothlnit Ilka wluu wan
expected. Ho ban cotton IiIk pricen, and
hns bad a Inrire numbe.r of rnBrtlfenientn,
but they hav not tu en renulir. and he
does not like the woik. Hln sphere In not
that or tho platform entertainer. He In a
Mapper man than thnt. He In nn oratorical
slndlntor, and be has, to hive opposition to
brltiK him out."
I. Nut u Klch Mm.
"In Senator Ingalln a tleh man?" T linked.
"e. and no," wim the reply. "He It a
rleb man for Atchlnnn. but not a rich man
for New Yoik. He In worth, I Judge, about
finoonO nnd hna Ihln so Invcsteii that It
brlnfis blm In quite n Hood Income, lie In
not n moneymaker nor a speculator. I
don't think he cares much for money,
though ho In luxurious In hln tastes, nml
Mould not object to n new suit of i lollies
for every day of the year. He has had to
spend conFlueinhlo, too. He has a larue.
family, and hi" personal expenen must
b quite heay. He lliep, jou know, at
Atchison, where bo ban a beautiful home,
commanding n mnfrnlllccnt view of the
.Ils!.ourI liver. He Ins a 500 acre farm
nenr the rlly vblch he Is turnlriB Into a
stock ranch, and he owns tblrtv acres Just
across the road fiom hln ronldenee, n larco
part of which la Riven up to garden truck.
He ban never purcbascd any property in
Washington, and If he comes hade to the
senate he will probably live here as he did
In the pant. In a hoimllng house nenr the
capltol. will pay little attention to Wash
ington society, and will devote himself to
Kansas and the nation,"
FUANK G. CArtPENTHIl.
Itoir He Itlcu tTp the Kebel K tin Albenuirle
From St. Nicholas.
On tho night of October 27. 1S0I, Cushlnt;
slipped away fiom the blockading fleet,
and steamed up tho river tov.atd the
whatf, u dozen miles distant, where tho
great rnm lay. The Conf' derates wore
watchful to guard cgiilnnt surprise, fur
they feared lest their foes should try to
destroy the nm Inline she got a chance
to coino down ami iiltack them again in
tho sound. Sin la umler the guns of a
fort, with u regiment of ttoopn lvndv nt
a mom' ut's notice to turn out and defend
her. IUr own gunn wore kept always clear
foi notion, and she was pioticted by a
gnat bujin of logs tluowii out rounda
bout, of which last defense the Federals
km-w nothing. C'ushli g went up-atream
with the utmost caution, and by good luck
passed, unnoticed, a Conledeiato lookout
below tlie ram.
About midnight ha made his nsnault.
!iU. lining ipiiniij un thrnu ,'b tho bt.uk
water, and feeling his wuy autiusly lo
wuid where be knew the toiwi to be. ho
Ilnnlfy run'" out the loom of the Albe
marle through the ulirht, and at onic dioo
at her. ll was iilneei upon her before he
was dlsco led; then the eiew uud the sol
diers on the wharf opened lire, and at tho
name moment no ns urougnt to uy mr
ns thev w-re got ready. Ihicklnu off. h
again went all eteain ahead, and actually
hul-ged over the slippery log of the boom.
Meanwhile, on the dee k of the Albemarle
the sailors weie running to quarters, and
tho roldlirs were swarming dov. n to nld
brr ilefensi. And the di lining bullets ea
I nf r ueiensi. aim tne en lining nuiieis eamo
niwavs tirciici' inruugii ine nan; nigni
Ctishlng still stood upright in Ids llttlo
craft, guiding and controlling her by vol. c
mid Hl'te, while in bis bauds p.- vt pt ibe
lopes vhlcli led to the toipe-do. As tho
boat slid forward oor the lioom. ho
brought the torpedo full no-ninnt the som
ber slele of the huge ram, and liiktantly ex
jiloded It. almost nt the same time that tho
pivot yun of tho mm, loaded with grape,
wns Hied point-blank ut blm, not ten yards
At once the rnm settled, tho launch sink
ing at the same moment, while I'ushlng
nn I his men swum for their lives. Most
of them 'auk or were ruptured; but dish
ing reached midstream. Hearing sime
thlrg splns-hlng In the dntl'iiP'-, he swum
to.,ird it, nnd found Hint It wns one of his
in He went to his rescue, and they
In Pt together for some tune, but the snil
m's htrenyth gave out, nnd he finally sank,
III tho pitch dniknrhs Cii-hlng enuld fnim
no Idea where ho vvih: mid when, clilll.-.l
Ihtnugh, nnd too exhausted to 1 In to his
tuet, he finally reached shote, shortly lie
tore dawn, he found thnt hn had swam
back, nnd land-d but a few hundred teet
below the sunken mm. All Hint dnv lie
lemnlned within eisv musket-shot of while
his foes Wile fWiirnillit; about the I'm t uud
Ihe gient drnw n d Irouclml. He hardly
diretl move, and tinlll the iifternciin he lay
without food nnd without ptdteetluu from
the beat or iiiMi'ls, Then ho mannged to
i-llp unobserved Into a ib nso swamp, and
liemn to tiiiiko bis way toward tho fleet
Toward evening be I'ntno out on n small
.stream near a camp of Confederate sol
diers They bad moored to the bunk a
small sklir. nn 1 with equtil MpiiHIi und
il.iilug be maiiHgid to sto.il this, uud began
to paddle iluw ii-nienni Ifuiiv nfter hour
he paddled on tlnoogh the fading l'ght. mid
tiin ibioiu'h the d iitini hk vt laht, utteily
wom out, ho found the squadron, and win.
AI.Ii ICIUilT IUTI" Till", NASIK.
Charles htnvrart I'.irni'll's leiiishnlilo llx
perleill'ii ill lie-Ill mi li),
Trom the Ceiiturj.
To lllustiate how liatuunlly some Kcn-e
Tucklar.s telxo an oppnrliiutiy to miko a
hpetch, I recall un in Idont that happened
4 ii tlii. Ijirkln Iniii In 1 Wil tt'lt Oil Tt h (1 i(j -
lewat't 1'ainell wan bulled by 'tho gen- J
i. rut ni-aiiiblv to visit iYankfoit
ill. A nielli.
her was n'lectcd by the Bnn-rftl nsseinhly
to present him to tho houo ami senate,
and It was distinctly aiinounved by the
onimlttie In i barge iriu i.o ctln r tpsech
would bo allowed In Joint iiieetln.'.
'J ho n'uker of tni houue, a worthy,
ninbltlous limn, was In tlie ch.ur A Sir.
I'm ih:II. b'uulng on the arm of Uovoiuor
laike 1'. lllnckburn. entered the dour ot
the hull, our pokotiiiun met them, and,
turnlPK to the peaki r tir.el the largo and
illhtiugulshi'd asmblj, formally pn sept-
oq Sir, iMruen, siniintr nii oiuciai potiiioii.
Hire you will reeaii the nay m nrtir
jwu-a with iledght, and that a favorable
icpurt of your courteky will be carried
bu 1; -to Krln and to Emrland by our dla
tlrtuUhcd tjutftt. In our homes h.a com-liu,-
has been discussed, with sympathy,
i' an; iiiKiu, until now eivory num. woin-
respect, to revere, and 10 love tbo nunio
" ei,uu m wc muu iu iiu eu
l)ootn. tho oxistonce or whlcli no luul not f '., Vi.iPf in win im n, Diimnnt '
known. The illle balls Wete singing about r.. 'ms'b' e " crle." the "count'es. In her
him ns he stood euct guiding his launch, fI1 ' Vieul nfnlr is absolutely ns I tell
and he hem 1 tho bustle of thu men abonrj '"n It una the veritable Viniimont I
the ram. nnd ihe noise of the great nuns I J?"- .'.' ..."3...V.V? c"'a . ,,i.iJ i. .i
JOURNAL PUXDAY. SEPTEMBER 'JO, 1805.
A Title nt tho Mtllllul lliletr. of I'litl".
tt w.tn in the pn'mknl dn of (he Second
empir. , it .i m eieninij in mtdnlnl'r
Tie I arm nennon wan nt its h-laht and A
biil'ln-il Au.liinen had n.fnibled at the
Th. iter l'mmalne o wlttie. the perfotm
iili of Jules Bnndeau'n dellKhtltll play,
"SI nb mniel'e de la SelRllere."
Tin- emprn nan preetii. nraceful and
bertiitifnl, the emperor nt her nib, wrapped
In hln favorite mi of ttloimv nbitai'i!i.ii,
which like Lord Htirlelnh n ih braird nod,
wa mipponi d to mnn so much, pt Ahull,
tlitl by the impartial luht of nube
! nt verncmiis hintorj-. se-m to lme -lu-billed
no little. Jieverril otlb-frs In Rlltur
IhR unlformn were in itttciid.iiiee, sparkllnrt
with iiecornllonn showered upon them by a
jrrnteful nuverelKti; and amotm these ual
Innt warriors, connpletiotis bv n aon of h.n
attire, was a olitnry, humblp, bl.uk lott
ed civilian, In ordinary eenint; drenn, with
the Inevitable speck of red at his but ton
hole. In a Nn n linos t immediately opposite that
occup ed by their imperial mnttlen wan
a jouiiR and tvceedliiRly handsome ltunnlati
lady. Connies ivnnorf, coneerninR who
mnnlfold itracen nml rnrlnnt onn the Rreitt
world of Pat In elected to Interest Itself con
sldeiably .it this period.
The beauty and wit of this fair Northern
enchantress Weie the theme r every mn"
eullile totiRue, ami hi I tiriitullleent dia
monds the etivj- and admlrntlon of nil fern
lnln heholder.n. The eoutiti-s was accom
panied by her husband, a man of dlntlti
The curinin fell after the rtrt net. The
emperor and empress withdrew during the
en'.i'a'lo. Many humble mortals followed
their PMnmple, nmonR them ("omit Ivnnorf,
nppar-litlv In nowise disturbed that the
Roldcn jouth In the ntnlln were brmslnft a
man nntiery or opeta Rtnnns in near upon
the dftxsltnR charms nf his beautiful wife,
The eouiitesn leaned back III her luxuri
ous fiiliteull. fanning beielf. setetiey In
ibrfeiint to the luteie-t she win cvltltig.
In the dint light of hr euituln-sha led b .n
the gl.tter of her splendid dlimonds seemed
to furin a 'ort of luminous halo nmiiml her
grneerul bend; n myriad starry brilliants
gleamed among the musses of her gold
blown hair and two prl eteis stones
lliishel and twinkled like twm planets In
lnr little -lirll-1 ItitoV cult.
The count had been gone but a few min
utes when there wan n g title kno"k nt the
door: nnd In answer to the oiint.ss' "Kn
Irez," the otu reuse nppeared and said, def.
"Paidon, Mine, la Cotntesse; a Rentlc
mnn humid with n mo-'nge from her
mnjestj-, the empir.., wabs In the corri
dor and desir. n to know If mndaina will
have tho goodness to receive him."
"Certainly: llnler, 1 heir of j-ou, mon
sieur," replied the coimtp.s, us she rci og
ulzed the illstlngulnhed lo king clvlllin
she had nlreadv noticed In !."! prox mlty
lo the empi-tor In the Imp. rial box
The visitor ndvancrd a r-w at' p., and,
still standln.T lu deep shadow, said, with
"I trust my Intrusion may be pinioned.
I nm defiled by Iter malcBty to ask a favor
ot Slme. la Comtrsnc, and, at tho same
time, to beg that she will have the gnol
nesn to excuse a somewhat unusual rc
"The obligation will be mine. If I enn fill
nil the least of her majesty's wishes," an
swered tho countess.
"Tho rase Is this," explained the gen
tleman. "An nnniment has arisen concern
ing the size of the diamonds in your ear- j
rings nnd those of the i ountess woron
zorr. Tho empress begs th it vou will In
trust one of your pendants to her e.ire for
a few moments, ns the only sitlsfnctory
method of disposing of the vexed question.
1 will mvself return It the Instant her maj
esty given It back Into my keeping."
"Willi the greatest pleasure" agreed tho
countess, detaching the precious Jewel
forthwith, and depositing It without mis
giving, In tlie outstrrtched palm of the lm
peilil me.senrer. The countess brstowe.1
a smile and gra.doun bow of dlsmlsnnl upon
her inaiestvs distinguished njjflbnS'ndnr,
who i 'spomled bv a profoundly respci-ttul
Inclination as he made his exit.
Shortly uftervvird Count Iv.inoff returned.
"I have bei n talking to luiinont." ho ie
mnrkfd. as lie seated himself. "Clever fel
low, Humont. I nm not surprised nt the
emperor's partiality for liim; he must tlnd
him uieful when he Is In want of nn Idea."
"Who .i numii'i' lnip Irtd .ho countesr.,
with 1'insuld Interest. ,
"Thnt Is u rather difficult question," re
plied the count, smiling; "there an; several
editions of his biography all different,
probably none of them true. Leiok, he ban
just entered the emperor's box the tnal: In
the blick coat."
"Is that SI. Dumont?" exclaimed the
countess; "if so, be has been here while
you were nwav. Ho came on the part of
the empress, and carried off one of my ear
rings, which her m-iiesty wished to com
pare with one of the Countess Woron-
"Dumont! Impossible! 1 was talking to
him tie whole t me 1 sv us. absent, nnd lie
only lift me at the top of the stalic.iso
two second- before I leturned."
"Ni'vei tholes, mon ami, he hns been
here, ami has taken my ear-ring. Sec! It Is
"Hffenllvely," agreed the count, with a
grim smile; "but Dumont bus not tak'n
It. It Is to tli last d. tree unlikely th.it
the empress would make such a renut st.
inrilt nwav iiiv diamond, tlnlv wall a llttlo
and he will bring it back Intact."
"To wait a little Is to lessen the chnnce
nf It-i recovery I will go and iniiulre of
IJiimout. If I can get at him. whether he
baa been seined with a stlilib n ntli'lt
I of kleptomania: becui'-e the Idea of the
empress niivnig m .11 mm iihiiiihik .iuuui
tb" tbeiltet- 'iirroutni' it l.i'tv's 1 ' ' I
legnrd ii" preposttrous. Ah, these 1'arisi.t.i
thieves! Yuu do nut know -what sclentitlo
(j. nluss tiny nr lu their way."
Willi this the count di parted, and the
sei one- net wa nenrl a .in end before
he returned In the meantime, the count s
percej.'ed that she was an object oi in
terest to the occupant- of the Imperii! ! x.
"I wns rlir'it," nhlspere' the 'mint, re
entering and bending over hU wlf ' i h itr.
"Duinont knows iioihln of your enr-rlns,
nnd, l'edl s t sav th empr - never
tent him or anyone olso upon bueh m cr
innd. f have put the matter Into the hnr.di
of the polk", nnd thev will do nil that is
posslb'c to recover It."
The eounte.sh " is duly cominls rated by
sympathising fi-iuls: but nothini: inure
was I card of Urn stolen Jevvil ut til the
. ..Itr... In.- .!.... I
lil'iil 'UK u u ,
Kmly In the afternoon the counties wan
about to start for her dally dilv In ihe
Hols. The frozen snow lay deep upi n the
ground und her sle!t-li, with Its two I t
black Itunelnn horses J'ngllni.- their be1',
merrily in the fieisty nlr, stood vvnlilng
In the courtyatd while the countiss d .nn d
A te vnnt entPilng announced that an of
ficer of the police, in idnln clothes, asked
P-Miubslon to speak with Slme, la L'ouuesse
coneet nlng the Inst diamond.
"t.'ertainlv," said mad imp, grielou !:
"let tho olllcer he shown Into the hMi'oir"
Into tho boudoir preumtlv cani ihe
eountess, stately, beautiful tnr-olnd, but
toning her llttlo gloves, Near tho do r
stood ii short, ulry-look'nc men, with
keen, black ryes, elo-'-ly nnpped hair, in t
eoinpj t, erect, uil'ltniv llgute. The sinn I
man bowed piofo'mdlv while be - 1 1,
with tho utmost icspo' t, at tho e.ante tun
laying a lett-r upon the laid :
"I nm sent by older of the rhlef nf pr-lc
to Inrorm .Mine, la Comteso' 'lut th
stolen diamond has b n satlsf tctoiiiy
tinced. but there Is unfortunate y s me
llttlo difficulty connected with Its Id' n I
fleutlon. I tun charred, therefor', to ln-g
that Minf. la fumtesse xvlll have thu
goodness to Intrust tho fellow earring to
tho police for a short period. In ord r tint
It mav bo compared with Ihe one found
In the posseti-lon of the suspected th'ef.
utiii ten me tetter l lirintr
iiij- e-iitienienr -
Tho eountr's clineed hastily throinrh the
nnnnnrl imnn it lull hllVP IlPfll thO VLitIItl
. !? I I I llllltl I I- till ill If IIILV liiin 1-W1 llll'l
letter, anil, rbiKlnt; the lu-ll detlred thnt
her mild mltrlu be told to bilnir the re-inalultiK-
1'nrilii' Imtnrdl itely: thin wan
done, und the dipper lU'ln tuiin. liowlnR
deferentially, departed with thn precious
dunllivtn safely In Idn possesuhn,
Tho count "i descended to her nlelKh
and diove to the club, to call for her hus
band eu louto fir the Hols. Ons'lni?
the I'lacs rh la Concorde, ho relit'd to
blm the latest Incident In tho story of
the diamond enirlnf,
"You never vvein Indueed to give up ttio
other!' cried fount Ivunnff. Incrednlnii'Iy.
'Kill I tell you, tnon nml. nn nilieer if
the pollen came hlpispf to f"tch It brln?-Iiir-
11 letter from tits nupTlors vouching
for the truth of his statement."
"If the prefect hlmtelf had come. T
don't think I should have? been enj 1 d
Into letting hltn have It after last ntsht'.s
experlenee," luujihed her husband "llow
oveer, for the scoi'd time of asklnff, we
will bo und Inquire ,"
The coachman tiirm-'d, and drove, ns di
rected, to the liureiu nf pill'e, nt whloh
the count bad lulled bis complaint h'
nlht before. ,ftrra s"mewl nt protriet d
delav, the count leloined his wife vv'th a
Feml-irrlm look of amusement upon his
handsome bearded face,
"The police know nothlntr of your i'e.
tecilve or h'n eplstotary fffort ," he i-ll.
drawli'tr tho for rter up to hln rli'n us tho
Imp-itlent horse-- ped away ovor tie fri?;c-
epovv: "your ncond enrrlmr Iiqh b etii
netted by another mwnli-r of lh l'sht
Untterfd fraternity, nnd, upon my hosier, 1
think bo was the more accoinpll-hrd artist
of tho two." 1
And from that unlucky day to thpj tho
Countess Ivanott's celebrated diamond ear
rlitBS knew her pretty ears no moro.-San
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