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L RETENGE RUISED QUEEN S LIFE. have had a bi
W those letters,
I Became Wanderer After The Brutal trust were rid
Murder of Her Faithless Lover. j On Saturda
f marquis was
i Queen Christiana of Sweden, only erie des Cerfs
daughter of the great and good Gusta- apartment of 1
* vus Adolphus, kept all the gossips of bowing and si
(Europe in a ferment for many years, ed manner.
After holding down the throne of her with Father 1
* father for four years, she voluntarily, strangers. CI
abdicated in favor of her couain, in cold and rigi
order that she might travel and enjoy marquis adv
herself. At that-period she was young glance brough
and beautiful and the most learned although he I
and accomplished woman of her time, j was in store,
and it is not strange that the "Wei-1 Bel, she said
come to Our City'' sign was hung out j "Hand me 1
| whenever she deigned to visit a burg, j He producec
Toward the close of the year 1657 I been intrustec
she honored France with her pres- j She in turn h;
Lence, and the palace of Fontainebleau ! quis.
was turned over to her with the com- j "Bo you rec
r?f rhe> season. She was at- ed.
tended by a royal retinue of servants, j -p^ere was
and also by her grand equerry, the brow of ^e
Marquis Monaldeschi. * ; trembled und
This gentleman, as Ms name sug- "i have nev<
gests, was an Italian, and for a con- stammered, at
siderable time had been the queen's "Look again
favorite. They were recognized as ' jv ?Are those
lovers, and, since the queen had abdi-; " 'He Si
cated, it seemed more than possible j speechless tr
that they would be married and to go j he CQuld 0'nly
housekeeping. The marquis was ex- merciless wor
traordinarily handsome and gifted in C]o:;e(i ar0unc
all the graces and polite mannerisms <;U-or(is
I. He was a charming man,
i i ^ou are a
v unscrupulous. When
. . . , and turned h
him away from his roval ,
x . , , . three armed
ey wrote love letters, just i
. , . .. . .. marquis saw i
people do. and the letters TT . , ,
, . , j j He had been
[uis always breathed undy.
, ... .. . courage, but
n. And, while thus con..
. . ,. , . was a pictun
queen that he lived for
. .. , . seized the que
te was quietly laying siege
mercv He ^
Roman eirl of wealth and . , 1 , \
, nowled. And
:ers to this girl he ridicul- off .v..fh her f
en shamefully, applying "Father le ]
is names to her> and, noi. w^ness j
:h this baseness, he sent give -flim all t]
tie queen's love letters to ; tjfy himself, i
le might enjoy a good j Hearng the
"* * ^ + Vi "Folco ?
wg tsut -\emesis uu began a long
m trail. trying to ape
Blre was a certain cardinal who vince The que
Kong been jealous of the marquis, -^as Ulcere.
^ who was anxious to he the and listened t
Ken's favorite. The cardinal had said all 1-e co
M spies, and soon learned the de- turned again
s of Monaldeschi's treachery. By and inexorable
Bne means he secured possession of ".Father," si
K entire correspondence with the can for the gc
Kman girl and turned ^he letters failed to justii
Kver to the queen. Christiana must die."
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We have come here to your city to be
We are going to give away free
one week only, beginning Saturday, A
ue of our $2 United Hat is equal to a
1109 Caldwell Street
ad hour when she read j The good priest dro;
in which her love and knees before her and pn
iculed. would have mercy,
y, November 10, the "I have said the word
summoned to the Gal- the queen, -'and no powe
>, a long and gloomy ven can make me unsay
the palace. He entered, Then she left the roon
miling in his accustom- deschi was left with th
The queen was there the three .executioners,
e Bel and three armed on his knees in a sicke.n
in-etiana'c fnop was as Monmouth at the feet of
d as marble. As the and implored the priest
anced, smirking, her more effort. So the pr
it terror to hihs heart, 'Cnristiana and begged fo:
lad no inkling of what ed man's life, but she wra
Turning to Father le Le Bel returned to th(
" announced that his erra
:hose papers." usel<jss.
I the letters, which had "Prepare yourself to di
1 to him by the'queen, chiel: of the executione.
anded them to the mar- marquis and the priest p
er. Then the butchery
ognize these? ste ask- marquis wore a suit of
his clothes and this
an icy sweat on the swords of the executioc
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marquis and bis legs hacfced mm over me ne;
t hira. and he dragged himsell
>r seen :hem before," he floor like a wounded sna
last. ed God for mercy. But '
said the queen, stern- mercy for him .in heaven
not your seals?" j ^ne butchers fir
ay .110 more. Helpless, throat and er
embling in elery limb, ery
look imploringly at the At that period murder
nan. The three men regarded seriously, but <
I him and drew their ed France was indignan
barbarous crime. The C
traitor," said the queen, ar,n' w^ose conscence \
er back on him. The sensitive, wrote oificia^l
men drew closer. The tiana saying ' a crime s
diat his hour had come. mus^ considered suff
known as a man of for banishing your maje
in this extremity he C0UI"t and dominions of t'
j of abject terror. He with every honest man,
!.n's gown and entreated at the lawless outrage
vailed and wept and ^ed on the soil of Franc
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she looked down at him | Tne TQVly 01 ^ueeu <
ng eyes and lashed him one exam
iding whip. I insolence in all the arc
Bel," she said, "you are ' tory- lt is t0? lonS t0 b
treat this dog fairly. i| here, but the following 1
le time he needs to jus- dicates its sentiments:
f he can" "Understand, all of y
>?e words, the marquis and masters, little peop]
P^ea. trying to explain, I that it was my spvereigi
)logize, trying to soji- ! act. as I did. I neither <
en that his repentance der an account of my a<
She stood like a statue one?least 01 an to a uu
o it all. When he had | But she left France in
uld think of, the queen 1 the same. Three years
to the priest, as calm j cousin in whose favor s
2 as ever. cated died, and she
le cried, "do what you i Sweden with the intentio
lod of his soul. He has I the crown again. But tl
:y himself, and he must, honest people of Swede]
j be governed by a murde]
r store in your city beginnir
rice line that has ever been
5, suit or overcoat, no more
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hat on the market,
e newest styles and coloring
world's best looms, tailored
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ear our clothes for weeks or months an<
we will mend or alter them free of cha:
/e can save you frpm $5 to $15 on ever
i your friend and we know your wants.
: any hat in our store with every suit or
.ugust 30th., We are doing this to prove
ny $3 and $3.50 hat on the market.
>ring and H
L. I. Blalock, Manager
ppeijl oil his,: v,-as told that she would be deprived
lyed mat she or her revenues if she remained in
Sweden. So she became a wanderer
s," answered on the face of the earth, and died at
r under Hea- Rome, a bitter and lonely old woman,
them." j She wrote her own epitah, which is
i, and Mon'al- unsurpassed for stern brevity:
e priest and "Christiana lived 72 years."?KanHe
groveled s^s City Star.
ing way., like
King James, Quicksilver.
to maKe one Quicksilver or mercury is a mineriest
went to al used for centuries in many ways
r the wretch- and sought after all over the world,
is adamant. The people of ancient days got all
i gallery and their mercury from a deposit of ore
nd had been known as cinnabar at a place called
Almaden in Spain/ This mine had a
:e!" cried the monoply of the market of the world
rs, and the for a?es- With the discovery of Amerrayed
togeth- came the uncovering of a vein of
began. The cinnabar of great riches just south of
' mail under 1 San Jose. There were two mines
turned the j opened there, one at New Almade and
iers, so they the other at Gauda.lupe. These mines
ad and neck, j with the old one in Spain, still divide
E over the the market of the world in supplying
ke, and call- it with mercury. After all these
there was no years comes the discovery of a new
or on earth. I ledge near the old one known as the
- m-ino?Aneeles Times.
lally staboea . uduuamu^
lded his mis- ?
In the city get a boy or girl ens
were not gaged in poultry culture, perhaps only
5ven callous- j as a pastime, and it will keep him or
t over this ^er at home ,where they will be
lardinal Maz- shielded from the contaminating invasn't
at all fluences of the city streets.
ty to Chris- !'
- *tmHn,J*0TlCE ?F F L SETTLEMENT.
icient excuse I -Notice is hereby glven taat 1 wm
sty from the make settlement of the estate of
He king! who, Chester C' Foster in tae Probate
felt horrified Court for Newberr-V County at 11
just commit- ' ?'clock a- m- 011 Monday, September
? j 29, 1913, and4 immediately thereafter
Christiana is 'appIy for !etters dismissory as ^
ples of pure ministratrix of said estate.
hives of his- Sarah L' Foster' '
e reproduced Administratrix.
>aragraph in- SCHOOL OPENING.
The public schools of the city of
ou, servants, Newberry open Monday morning, Seple
and great, tember 15. It is very important that
1 pleasure to all pupils be present and ready for
:>we nor ren- -work on the first day. Records "will
:tion? to any be kept by weeks and the first week
lly like you.* -has full value.
a hurrv iust! Punils who are -not certain as to
later the their grading will meet at the .high
he had abdi- school building on Thursday, Sepreturned
to tember 11, to be examined for classin
of wearing j fication.
ae brave and Ernest Anderson,
q refused to Superintendent.
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