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THE 1 JBUUR01S HlJUJt3UNNEWSPAltlStKYFRIDAYJ U I NEWS PAlUSKY Li FRIDAY JANUARY NUARY51900 5 1900 I
OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITYTtir
Ttir tall t al1 and aa mod D L II 14 toehoW she shewaits shewalts shewaits
waits waitsBesid waltsPe waitsPeslde
Peslde Besid Pe c the stony path Mitk O er which I wand wtmdanxious wendYy
My anxious way and gays indicates indicatesIy IDdIeat talk tee tee1y
Iy 1 beckoning Nkon aaRddaaaDed aadsodies my Journeys joraeysord Journeysrd eys eysud
ud ordIy udPy rd rdPy
Py sfcrcs she to tall bIktOM k a use ilkat t t the Jos joys I seek seekAwait seekA seekAwait
Await A It me flee tbes UMTS + s With easgy oaacgy aaew aaewAnd 1MWAD4 a > seR seRAnd
And dues fee feria feMh up aspen my myfe4 myfe4e myfe4Kid faded fadedcb fadedcheek
cb e cheek cheekaid ek ekMid
Mid aid cruel tharas sad nd aoxftsue weeds and andre
re reI
1 rtronte OB that i t I may east can ea111Mr bar ate ateEer mIDe mIDeE mtaeEer
Eer E she b depart aolt1Iada as oft oet she bath before
That full into t my own ewa1l bar eye 4Omay tree may shine ahineTfcat MtoeThat shineThat
That I may data asr her e lase aJt H sorrows sorrowseer sprrowseer ows owsI owsBut
eer eerBut eerBnt I
But when I Ir88C reach tb the apot whereon she ahestood MeKo shestood
stood stoodNo stoodro
No AzwfWKta wot eaoai er touch is mine mlneto mlnetoo mlnetoAll to toPw to toAll
Pw PwAll o
All cioteas ore from gray and aild1Met lonely wood
Colig co d rtmerieaa eaieas catting winds type 1IpeB me meI me1w sineI
I 1w w as I recall her Mramy many eb caaraw nos nosAnd
And m ambfrJaoJem my m empty arms armsT
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iOjjuilaat c digkz ME S71is ayD 1 Appleton ApptexoBCo Co All Anxfcfees AlliddI AllrMbts
xfcfees reserved reservedCHAPTER re en J JCHAPTtR
rereereLCHAT
CHAT CHATOne CHAPTER TV IVoLUo CcwnyuED CcwnyuEDOne UIiU UIiUOne
One hand was played to the advantageof advantage vant e ecf
cf the officer That was to he expected expectedThen expectedlbf
Then i lbf hen > 1 another vent smoothly enough in be be bealf bel
1 aif of the fox fox after which wI though withat with wkhi
i ut moving moi I looked sharply for the cad eadThe eaclThe cadThe
The method was slightly unusual nunaJ though thoughionoeired tltou thoughoteeired h hi
ionoeired i otJ ejed < and executed ed with skill They Theyi
i iad i ad each ach been in the habit bit of tilting tiJt Dg backi back
i I the t btc rear leas lepol of their tb chairs as they t picked pickedij
rij ij their hands and conned them As the theLet thei theEst
i Let Est t card rd was dealt and the balance of the thef theHk thek
Hk f k laid aside 8IIide the oIieer settled himself himselfii ltiJBseULe
ii Le u sward c rd while the fellow nearest > me m did didJie didt
t Jie Le e same thing bat a second later It was wast wast
t ben tt the th fine play pia Game in ia Seeming i to lose loseMs JoseI loseis
Ms I balance balance to aw ve elf from a fall he het
t brew out a loot which caught t beneath the theriiiers thers thec
c ± riiiers c ers rs chair sending that party over oa to tot to11Jt tot
t 11Jt be broad of his back ad bringing himself himselfiliwu hiln8elfn
iliwu ieewn n oa die Fie fOlK lees of his hist seat With Withthe Withtir Vitiatht
the rapidity of a skilled villain I saw him himrrw himcarci himiriw
rrw cards from his pocket throwing t those thoseealt thoseI
I ealt him oa to the surplus pl pack then thenHamming the thej theneiarnming
Hamming j rma Dg his fake hand lace faeedown down OB the thefable theLJ thef
f fable bk LJ < he jumped to t the scsiotance Bee of his hisitompauion hisI
itompauion itompauionTbe I ompauion ompauionThe mrauion mrauionTiM
TiM eIieer feeer neecptod aee the tINr1ertd roach apologies alioiogieseRered apologiesrfered
rfered him hi and ader after dust dastiag < sig himself f with withh withb6
h b6 s handkerchief hand ef pal played ms msfell oat the hand It Itf Itft1
fell f II to his w lot to lose Joe aad he paid with a ao aod agood
good o od < d grace graceAt graceA graceAE
At A was u usual the winner proposed a part parting putaz ¬
ing dram and set up a load clamor for the thewaiter thetraiter thebaiter
waiter to fetch a bottle of rum nua swearing sw he hewould Beould liewould
would ould have no more of the like of the u thewie thewieh winetto wine wineI
h I tto e had been drinking drinJcin the empty bottle bottlev of ofwhich ofv
v which h hic jeh h stood betwixt t them oa the table tableNow tableow tableNow
Now ow had the waiter been forthcoming fattheoiainga I Iwould Iould
a would ould probably have less of a tale to tellBat telL telLBat HUBat
Bat twtrt tia tdM > heat heat loajc Iosi3l4est4 f fspzesftaj tJ
3l4est4 spzesftaj 1 1 aapair custom aIItGID bs aa aafallen l1Uimi l1Uimi1aDea I IfaIkn
fallen asteep and rl was deaf to t the eaBe ghrea ghreahim pvrnbum
him Anyway after fruitless frait fritlesbewlingbythe fritlesbewlingbythecnner bawling lc by the theninner thennfr
ninner cnner nnfr the ofiwr ofti r took a hand d in thetc tike t1Ieto t1IetoT mat matn a
n T r b he > y tuning his attention to me me for forti be betutd heflu
ti tutd tutdHere flu tuted tutedHere Ed EdHert
Here ye cc lazy son I of a bullock pricker prickerfj
< fj < rut ut and find the waiter 1ra ter and be damned damaedfo
fo I con you ot at the same time hurting h 6 the emp empty empf eD
ty f y h Vwttle ttie at me meTiif meThe meThe
The glass mii miiifile tiT = i struck me fairly fairI7M < an the thevi theIun thenCtuadrd
nCtuadrd vi Iun nunled ltd < arm DIB abut an h hthe inch above where wheret w wthe hae
the t ht negros nttuG fi knife had entered tered Fur Fara an inant in infrant iniftant
frant ant it gave me exquisite esqtI pain but b t the tbefring theilg thesting
sting ilg did much te deaden the foree of the tbeIifw theIJ theIv
Iv IJ Iifw R though it bad naught t to do with withc withtt withlessening
lessening c tt knin ening tbe towering ll anger to which bot botv both bothworde bothor h
worde v or rdr and bottle had brought t me IB six sixstride sixlit th thstndci
stride lit ridEt I was on toes tIIeIa and aacl1IpWttiDg upsetting upsettingardsharper the theardharper theardtharper
ardharper chair and all with my open openpalm openlalm epe epei n
palm i a1m I dealt the naval nI man a blow ia i the theliaoe theIfatt th thlace e
lace lying lri him backward in the dust where whereIK w wherlc ere ereb e
IK b had h d been but a abon short time before beforeWith WoreJ beforeWt1
With J t b this my anger dipped away from fromTe frOJllIf fr frRe ° a
Te If e like breath from polished steel eel aDd andFats I Iaw If
f Fats aw a hut the comic side of the two sprawling wl wlin
in the 1 ht dirtNever dirt dirtNever dirtX
Never X ttcr could I hold heat longer than a awire aJrt
wire wire Jrt > i though I take it as readily and andthey had hadtber Jadtbey
they i been > een n quick to ackaowiedae the mietakthat mistake mistakethat 1Bistakethat
that had been made de I would d have havethem cried criedthem cried1htm
them quits and even joined them ia islint a ar aru
r iu iuHut ruBut
Hut it wa was not so to be De After a few fewlwildessot sec secrd seeI
> rd d t ewildenaeat ltild < the eaUeer senuzbled senuzbledt serer bIed bIedt L Lt
t hip hi feet and putting his sword front frayi frayiauhard its itstttbliard itsi1
tttbliard i1 ltard panced as though to take his hisUarjnpi hilI l l1car is >
Uarjnpi I 1car > arn nge > for an oaoet He was no more than thani tJaa tJaayean thax a
x i years rears of age carrying plenty of the theark earb thtiarks
> ark arb of dissipation d on him im and what use usei with withif h
j if dustwhitened dust whtteed clothes his h boyish pro proicrtions proirtions
icrtions 1ionF and hit I > dirty dirtMe face he looked with within withbll wi widrawn 0
< in bll drawn swowd wanIlibandied likearud 1 ike a rufled bantam bantamI
z I should haye line beam be obliged to hurl herhle the theible t1tehle
ible hle at him in aefd weH selfdefense Cea0e which would wouldtjiivr wouldtJ weakt
tjiivr tJ t c been ill for him had not at that t mo morent moen meent
rent ent en t a cavalryman en cnablaekdsargerdriv cnablaekdsargerdrivall a black elluproiriTea elluproiriTeauJi charger driven drivenall ea
all tilt into the tavara ta yard reining u uose up upoee upOtie p
oee to us 1IL
1ILCHAPTER
CHAPTER V VA VA VA
A TRIAKGDLAJt QUAJtB QUAJtBI C CI Q1 A AI >
I knew of no reasoa is leer bas w bttt i iaye it itave itan t
ave me a start to recognise Teeogt IEe Seasme ScamineH en 1 in infull inin i ih n
in h > full uniform of a captain < a in De Laaeys Laaeysirauding 1AuteTdU Lent Lentrauding s
> irauding dU lnc tone tories He thrisf thriwa a quickut quick jdaoee jdaoeeout aaroe
1 out ut hm taking in the angry befligtretti befligtrettiirJ beUiga ewt ewtL ar L Lj
irJ L J hit hi friend frieDd who had picked jiiaiiilf bidfArid JIlt iqimd JIltHId
md was as standing a at a safe distance d taDee with withb withIo wit witxde b
Io b t b barorl1e bade xde in in his hi hand as though waiting < a aavoralsle aiorahe
avoralsle opportunity to rush in and andrt take takea
a Icn I t m u the tb niiiss Though I fell nderrcE under the thervt er tie
< rvt r ere eye t e he dd id not at once recognize recognizer me mer me mer
r r I had had my beard at about a tea teaortb tenf iays iaysx ya
x f u north rth and was f mething something more thsm Hasaue pie pieL pieL pea
L L rescue tCiU ue in UK shabbinese of my dress He HeTTnj He1Jfriidtdy H C Czc
TTnj zc 1Jfriidtdy fiiattly rfiiirntd the attention of my myne op opj qpJ
j < tKTit ne wn nil by calling a1l ng him by nameHeik name DalBeHtilo nameHeiio
Heiio Beldcr Something SometJai Somethingptdot SomethingptdotL put out again againl spun
l L < What t tat t devils dero the > matterfLe matter mattese now nowHVC
e HVC y yu nu > u not Lad lemons enough in your youru you youu r
j u st set 1 that you you must fall afoul of oftuse Pet jtatt Petlou
t tuse uw loungers lou Whats amiss amissThat amitiSTb amissThat
That Tb t villain has dared lay his hand handLt oa ont oaLt
Lt t aid by G God < xi hes bound to pay the tbenalty then tb tba e
a nalty n nalt H bum < at Belden lden for the first firstjrnr firKlm fir firme
jrnr lm me finding f ndi hit voice voieWhich voiceWhich oi oiIbich
Which villain atked fk Scammdl as le he hebrew liehr C Cbrew
brew hr his Li leg over ow the saddle and came to tohe tobt t S S3e
bt he ground with thtlndlein t ht 1lrdJe 1 nd1e in t the he crook of hjbow his hisJhoir h hJho r8
Jhoir Jho Faith you jU look as though odds oddsert oddsth odd odd4era s
4era ert against ar 8inst ret y p I see two of them Ti Tiour 71ctur Tis Tisour
s our good ood hide I had Z thirst that thatl n needed neededilkng eded
ilkng l i kriI On my my w tai wbom have we here bravin hereU herece
in exclaimed scowling as with a second secondr4c HCODdbt aecon aeconn d
n > r4c lk he identified me 1 Is it a fair quarrel quarrelViden quarreljdfn quarreltiden
Viden jdfn s Ill weight eigbt your oar pockets with five fiveurd fivemd fly 1 1ds e
urd ds if youll you l band your rights to me meinf me meatPSS
inf atPSS jPti8 > t t th a r latter of cheating at cards cardsYtit cardsr
Ytit r t b t t < ruh h r be demanded walking to 10
ward me with a malignant mal 8D t t look t to his rather ratncrfiDe ratherfine
fiDe features you were quick to offer me a aJe alesson
Je on awhile stave Are you as ready read totake to totake
take ODe yourself at this meeting Howls Howlsit How is isit
it yon OU ha have > e outra outraged ed my friend and your yourbett our ourbettor
bettor bettor44Let bett i r rLet
44Let Let them alone yer er honor interposed interposedthe interposedthe
the cardsharper approaching Tisatie Tis a tie tiecau tiecause
cause for the both One was hit by b a bottle bottlethe bottlethe
the other grounded by a fist Cant we have havea
a trifle o fun with a hawbuck without in interferences interf11CDccs interferences
terferences Faith the bullock man shall shallhave shallhave shallhave
have my sword an well see which is thebetter the thebetter thebetter
better carver Ill back him too an yemay ye yeway yemay
may back yer ter friend the popinjay whose wh one ouemerit onemerit
merit lies lies in not knowing when hen hes well wellLeateB
beaten Come now well to the EakAookHill KalchookHill EakAook HalkookHill
Hill a small elevation near n near ar the Collect a afreshwater aresltwater afreshwater
freshwater pond whi whifji a was on the site ofthe of ofthe
the present tombs The he gallows used ue d forIlitarir for formilitan
military execution stood bebfean it and the1iddg the thertel
Fidi rtel or present pre nt City Hsl 1h park an have haveit haveit
itot it out m rumat
What you villain you you low thief thiefGet thiefGet
Get hence or 111 scalp you interuptedScammell interupted interuptedScanmeD interuptedSeanmtelI
ScanmeD turning on him Kalchook KaJeliookHin KalchookHiU
Hill you dog You would never go t6 near nearthe nearthe
the fallows on your own free will willJlows wiltaJ1ows willGsllows
Gsllows aJ1ows Jlows is it returned the fellow still staJlhcIWlkc stillholdkg
hatfii hcIWlkc his ground greundI I tell ye Scammellrapt Scammell ammelleapt
rapt lap though ye 4 be > e ye are riper for the th thpllOYs thegallows
gallows than am I an this Ill I II back in any anyway
way 11 ye name nameScuRB nameamell nameSaneaidl
ScuRB amell > eH instead iD of falling on the fel fellow fellow
low in a fury an act I looked for snapped snappedhie o snappedhis pped ppedii
his fingers in his face and andwith with a look lookmeasuring lookBMatIU lookmeieisrtas
measuring BMatIU him from head to foot replied repliedOMtentptuoiMly repliedCHtftDptucMllly repliedontempbioesly
OMtentptuoiMly CHtftDptucMlllyYou
You dirty dog Mihty hty brave you areiaL are areia
in the knowledge that a kiDc kings officer wouldneer would wouldneer wouldJteer
neer cross swords with such scum Ill give giveyouone givero e eyouo
youone ro e minute to be gone and failing Ill Illsee Illsee Illsee
see ye you tied up and lashed If you know mer me meDO meftJ
r DO well you know twill be done And with withthis withthis ith itht
this t is he turned his back on the sharper who whofar whofar whofar
far Iron obeying obe iD < the hint to leave stepped steppedaway steppeda1lltl suppedaway
away bttt b t a few paces pacesAad pacesAnd pacesAnd
And now my my wild sea Sea bird said the thetry thettNy thetort
try redirecting his attention to me uare uaretM1 areyou are areyou
you you tM1 willing 1ri1li g to dear yourself with my m mlrieud
friend I here Give a fair explanation of ofthis oft o othis f
this t i affair if you can or perhaps you wouldlike would wouldlike wou1dlike
like to make a fine point of the matter withme with withme withme
me in some quiet spot I might doubt myrights my myrights m mhts
rights hts to honorably honorabl cross swords with suchas such suchas suchas
as you OU ia is a matter as private as this but I Iwill Istill
will 11 forego fo o all objections and ask no termsAlt terms termsAh termsAh
Ah but you OU have an excuse you will doubt doubtless doubt1Ui8 doubtless ¬
less plead a wound woundThe wCHIndTbe woundThe
The deep insolence of his last remark remarkturned remarkturned remar remarturned k
turned my m dislike of the man to a suddenhatred sudden suddenhatred suddenhatred
hatred Twas not the words but his more morethan morethan morethan e
than unbearable manner of uttering them themthat themthat thenthat
that roused m my ire and brought me to the thepiteh tbepiteh thepitch
piteh of action Had he been nearer Iwould I Iwould Iwould
would have served him with my fist as I had hadserved hadserved hadscreed
served Lounsbury and would have re regretted reo reosretted reretted e ¬
gretted g retted it at once for its lack of dignity dignityForgetting dignityForgetting
Forgetting for the moment my m assumed role roleI roleI roleI
I stood where he had found me and an answered aned anwered ¬
swered sweredCapt s weredCapt ed eduCapt
uCapt Capt Scanmell my m calling is the sea seaYou seaYou seaYou
You are but b t a marauding bushwhacker no noan nor norcan norn r
can c an n the curse be rubbed off you by a title or orhidden orhidden orhidden
hidden by fine trappings and did you Ou but butknew butkDciw butknelt
knew it you would be honored by crossing crossingswords cros crossingwords in inswords
swords s with me As for an explanation I IwHl Iwill
will 1 satisfy ticyou you BO far as to say that I pun punk pund
I k S ted your friend for insulting me and by bythe brthe bythe
the God above me me if you wish ish to carry carry this thisfurther tlailfurther thisurther
further f I will punish you worse than I did didhim didhim didhim
him I could but defend myself from him hima hi a aa
a boy whole back I could break across my
knee bee so he goes harmless As for you 1 will willf willfpt willfight
f fight ght you OU within the hour and ask for no noj noci
o orood ci ciH j
rood 1 H he broke mke in Y 1ou ou u gave glt e the theaame theaameW name nameto nameto
to the f hs weapon 1 Let it t be swvrd s ad at atIt xtraise t toath
raise It It11tIB 1111r 11 Be tWIt ft litoath ftoatil
oath ad working himself elf into a rage ask askno askDO arcra
no quarter of me Up or down I give no nomercy nomercy
mercy let a 1outrance be the wordNay word wordNay wordNay
Nay Nay said I 1 fanned to an equal heat by bythis
his this bloodthirsty manner and the fury in inHis iniis inhis
His eye eye eyenay nay then I will not kill you yoU vii villain viiin viiain ¬
lain l in as you arc are but but should I disarm you or oryou oryou oryon
you slip I will ill beat you with the flat of my mysword mysword myword
sword s until yep roar for quarter or I break breakevery breakerr
every err bone in your foul hide Twill be bescant bescant bescant
scant mercy as you you were better killed out outright outrjpt ¬
right Now Ko look to it for this I will do or ormy ormy orny
my name is not ThornLounsburyIcaught Thorn ThornLounsbury ThornLounsburyI Lounsbury
Icaught I caught ea t myself just net in time and started startedviolently iitartedvioIeaU startedviolently
violently vioIeaU as I discovered the trip of my myIpngue myD myrogue
Ipngue rogue D Both the others likewise gave a ajump aJump
jump but it immediately immediatel transpired that thateach thateach thateca
each had a different cause causeIt causeIt causeIt
It was Scammell who first showed his 11isrca 11isrcalOB rea reason ¬
son for thus starting and that was through throughthe throu h hthe
the insult I had offered him in degrading him himby himby
by a threatened beating White with rage ragehe rasehe ragehe
he threw aside the bridle and drawing his hisheavy his1te1
heavy saber advanced on me with a torrent torrentof torrentof
of oaths oathsBefore oathsBefore oathsBefore
Before I could do more than whip hip my left loft1arm leftarm leftsarm
arm out of its sling and lift the bulk bulky table tableit tablein tableI
it in I I defense for or I was unarmed the young youngofficer youngoffleer oung oungoftieer
officer iIfH sprang between usIIoid us usHold usuHoid
Hold hard ScafnmeH ScammcllLounsbur Lounsbury Are Areyou Areyou
you Capt Lounsbury Lounsbury of Rye RyeBy RyeUy
By 3t my y faith but I came near making a abull au1 abull
bull of itThis it This thing can go no furthernow further furtherMOW furtherBOW
MOW Scammell Ive been looking for the theman theman theman
man high and low for week Clinton wants wantshtm wantsJtim wantshim
him at once o onceat eat at once The order comes comesfrom comesfrom
from headquarters What man Hold Holdhard Boldhard
hard hardHold iHold i
Hold hard yourself shouted the tory toryas toryas
as he tried to dodge the young officer uNo uNof No Nofarther Nofarther
farther f rther now Do you 00 think rll brook such suchwords suchwords
words to my face and wait for formalitiesAy formalities formalitiesAy formalitiesLousbury
Ay LouBsbury it is and of Bye and am the thephantom thelMatomand thelhaatom
phantom lMatomand and the devil for aught au ht I care careWhet care care1tkat
Whet 1 et can Clinton want with such a man manStand manStand manStand
Stand aside you salt fish and let me meet meethim meethim
him himCall
Call me no fish you butcherbird butcherbirdsnapped butcherbirdeaappeft butchei birdl birdlsnapped
snapped Beidea What ails your humor humortoday humorttla humortoday
today ttla Has the heat h t gotten otten your head headYou hetadYou headYou
You first pick my y own quarrel away from fromme fromDIe fromme
me ad then flout me for looking to my own owninterests owniatereets owninterests
interests Has the fair Gertrude hipped hippedyou
you that you spleen so quickly I tell teJ1oq teJ1oqm you youmy
my m orders are imperative imperativeFore > e eFore
Fore God you ou sprat An you 00 dare daretent dareiMitme
tent iMitme me in public on my private affairs affairsShouted affairsW
Shouted W the tory tor turning his wrath Tath on the thenaval theval
naval val officer Use but her name agate again and
111 1l spit you OU as you stand you half a man manHowl manvw
Howl vw Will you too fight firhtS r rStung
Stung S by his words and more than stung
by the reference to his short stature Bel Belden Belden Belden ¬
den had whipped out the sword he had hadsheathed hadsheathed
sheathed and thrown himself into she the theleacers I
leacers attitude attitudeFight attitudeYteht attitudeFight
Fight Ay Ill fight l t Put aside thatmat that thatmeat thatmeat
meat ax and use a gentlemans tool Ill Illshow Illabow Illshow
show you that half a man is better than a awhole a1rhole
whole brute My wrist is as fine as yours yoursfor 3oursforyoarhlaWit
for foryoarhlaWit foryoarhlaWitThat aft l your brawl brawitThat
That ScanuneUs blood had oercome his hisbrain liisbrain Ilisraia
brain was plainly apparent by the way hethrew he hethrew hetJarew
threw his heavy heavybel saber to the ground d and andma andran
ma a toward the cardsharper But that fel fellow feJlow ¬
low anticipating his wants brought bro t up the tbepoint thepoint thepoint
point of the weapon which he still held heldand helduad heldand
and presenting pl8eati it at the breast of the t on onaer onlOIMI
lOIMI aer retreated a few steps and cried out outNay outNay outNay
Nay nay Ye shall sb ll not have h ve it Settle Settleyer SettleYel
yet brawl as best ye may but my sword is ismine isaa
mine an with me it shall bide B BJ the look lookof lookuet looka
a of s it re ye moat uet settle with the three of us usBait usCMlt
Bait Itis out o ot the e pickle an ye can ye shall shallha sha1lha shalllea
ha no heap or steel o me meNow meNow
Now while this ws w s going on I had not
been idle with either brain or body I saw sawst sawat
at once that Lounsbury had become apcr apcreonage apernonage per per60nage
nonage of importance and that he was un ¬
known to Clinton by sight That something somethingof
of moment mo ent was on hand h d was w also discovered discoveredi
i i tt t o
amI a nti it evidcntl evidently lay in my m power to th tl i4t i4tthe t tthe
the matter and confound the British At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the same time time it would probably spreadopen spread spreadopen spreadopen
open a path for me to leave the city andpossibly and andpossibly nndpossibl
possibly in some manner show me me a way to tolay toay tolay
lay ay hands on my gold It was a fair chance chanceto chanceto chanceto
t to act upon and I could in no wise let harm harmcome hltrmcome harmcome
e come to the young sailor until I knew more moreor m9Xc m9Xcor mo e eor
c or had been piloted on iny intay intayIhis wayThis way wayThis
This was with my head With my bodrl bodrlsimply body I Isimpl Isimply
simply simpl moved to where lay Scammells Scammellssaber Scamm Scammasllssub lls llssaber
sub saber and picked it itup itupAs upAs up upAs
As I did so the baffled baf ed officer turned and andsaw andsew rid ridsaw
saw the action Foiled at every point and andnow andliO anduan
i now liO unarmed and compassed by threearmed three threearmed threearmed
a armed men he swore and fumed like a bait baited b beltd it ited ¬
ed e d animal animalI animalI
I saw the folly of his total loss of temper temperfor temperfor temperfor
i for had he not parted with it he never neverwould nevijrwould flavorwould
i would have been placed in his present present posi position position position ¬
1 tion He had hadquarreled quarreled and wellnigh wellnj h fought foughtwith foughtwith foughtwith
i with three men in as many minutes while whdleills whilehis wh c chis
1 his blind fury fur had brought him to where he hewas hewas heas
i was w as worsted and degraded at once onceAs onceAs onceAs
As he stood there too proud to retreat retreatand retreatand retreatand
t and unable to advance he glanced hastily
in every direction In his desperation he hewas bewas heas
w was < as doubtless looking for his horse and his hispistols hisistols hispistols
l pistols istols in the holsters and had he h found foundthem roundthem foundthem
t them there would have been bloodshed bloodshedBut bloodshedIhlt bloodshedbut
1 But his highspirited animal frightened at atmy atmy atmy
i my act of swinging aloft the table and the theshouts theshouts theshouts
shouts that followed had tossed up head headand headand hoedand
a and tail at once and gone galloping from the theyard therd theyard
yard rd now being nowhere in sight sightAnd sightAnd sightAnd
And thus we stood for perhaps the space spaceof apaceof spaceof
of < half a minute though it seemed longer longerwhile lonerwhile longerwhile
i while at a distance gathered a number whoLad who whoLad wit witLad
Lad been drawn hither by b the noise of thebrawl the thebrawl thebrawl
brawl Twas a mighty awkward predicament predica predicament predicament ¬
ment for Scammell Soo nmell but Belden finally put puts Putperiod buta
s period to the matter and opened a way for forthe forthe forthe
the tory to retreat Slipping the point of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his sword into its scabbard he thrust it ftdown itdown itdown
down with a ring and cried criedAvast crieduAast criedAvast
Avast all alllumds hands Were ere nothing shortof short shortof shortf
of f a pack of fools Each of us has had hada hadathrust athrust a athrust
thrust < at his neighbor and each in turn turnhas turnhas
has 1 as stood between two others Tis the theprettiest theprettiest theprettiest
prettiest muss I ever saw so d dn n meTwas mel melTwas me meTwas
Twas all beginnings and devil of an ending
Lets make it up upCome Come Scammell youmight you youmight youmigbt
might well go halfway to meet half a manBy man manBy mannr
By my faith thats not bad badLounsbury Lounsbury
I was a bullock myself m > seIf and ask pardon for forthe forthe forthe
the bottle So theres my sopWhosnext sop sopWhos sopWhosnext Whos Whosnext
next nextNow
Now my m heart warms to a man man who isquick is isquick isquick
quick to take fire whose wrath is like the thetouch thetouch aloetouch
touch of a match to gunpowder the forcecf forcecf force
cf which is gone when its work is done just justas jpstas
as I hate the sullen spirit of one who nurses nursesthe nursesthe nursesthe
the last spark and sulks until its heat dies diesfor diesfor diesfor
for lack of fanningThe fanning fanningThe fanningThe
The generosity of the bo boyfor for he was waslittle waslittle waslittle
little else elsestruck struck home to me and 1 was wasabout was1I00ut
about offering my hand when Seaming Seamingquick Scammellquick dJ I Iquick
quick to take advantage of the turn of af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs spoke up upSo upSo upSo
So let it be if you > ou say so Belden I am amQverhot ateoerhot amgverhot
Qverhot from the ride from the outer lines linosat linesat linesat
at Kingsbridge Ill willingly para you and andyon andQn
yon yon fellow fellowindicating indicating the trickster tric ster with
L I
U Two sprawling in the dirt dfrta dirta
a jerk of his head h heedbut d but ut Ill not be quits quitewith quitswith quitswith
with your our new protege save but for the time timeyou timeOU timeyou
you OU need him If Clinton wants him Ill Illspare Illspare
spare him the while hile to do his dirty dirt work for foron foron foron
on honorable matters he would neer employ employsuch employsuch employsuch
such a man while his betters go beggng ng
How now sirrah he continued turning turningand turnin turninand turningand
and advancing toward me You are glad gladenough gladnough
enough to accept the respite I doubt not notWill notYill notWill
Will you ou name time and place to receive receiveyour receheour receiveyour
your our deserts desertsTis desertsTis deserts4Tis
4Tis Tis against my nature to duel in cold coldblood coldblood
blood but as my m word is passed Ill carry
through my promise Where do you OU put putup putup putup
up upAt UAt At the Kings Arms truckler trucklerThen truckleruThcn trucklerThen
uThcn Then sir you ou lie close to the rod for forthere forthere forthere
there I stay sta also For the time to meet you youthat youthat > OU OUthat
that must rest with Sir Henry For the theplace theplace theplace
place that your our howls be not heard he rd by b your yourfellows yourfellows
fellows I make it the clump of trees in
Lepners Meadows an extensive tract of
drained swampland beyond the then city
limits through about the center of which whichnow whichnow whichnow
now runs the present Canal street You
doubtless know the spot As to the hour
I will enlighten you OU at your our quarters as soon soonas soonas soonas
as may be beNow Now 3Ir Belden I am at your our
disposal Shall we get to headquartersSaying headquarters f litiing
Saying this I threw to the ground the thetorys
torys saber and turned from him Insteadof Instead Insteadof Insteadof
of stooping for his side arm Scammell Scammellstepped Scammellstepped Scammellstepped
stepped around so as to again be before me meand meand meand
and though there was no abatement to the themalicious themalicious th e
malicious hatred in his eye his voice fell to toa t ta toa
a hoarse whisper as he saidBy said saidBy said4Jy
4Jy By my faith sir it were better you had hadstood hadCtood
stood and been run through than to have haveput haerut havegut
put into my head the matter matteryou you ou have just justgiven justgiven jus t
given me More Iore than that It were better bette bettethat r
that you ou had the devil and his horde hordeagainst hordeagainst hordeagainst
against you than WalterScaninaeH WalterScaninaeHAnd Walter Scammell ScammellAnd ScamraellAnd
And bending he picked up his saber sabersheathed labersheathed ethersheathed
sheathed it threw a careless salute to Bel ¬
den and walked off the cardsharper join ¬
ing the throng about tha th thetavern tavern door doorCHAPTER doorCHAPTER doorCHAPTER
CHAPTER VI VIA VIA VIA
A PAIR PROSPECT PROSPECTLeft PROSPECTLeft PROSIBCTLeft
Left alone with Belden that worthy
looked me ever slowly and then holding out
his hand said saidHOn saidOn tf
HOn On my m soul Lounsbury you had ha best bestshrive bestshrive bestshrive
shrive yourself ourself To tell the truth trufclu truth Immightily Im Immightily
mightily afraid of that fallen folJ w who isnol isnolcry is no nol nolthe 1 1the
the brute I called himeeause him
ecause 1 offered to toCl o ocry
quits He would be
cry invincible with a arapier arapier arapier
rapier only he holds the light weapon with i
too light a hand b nd He is all points and tricks tricksand ticksand tieksand
and unless you ou disarm him it itlooks looks to go
hard with you ou You will never get by b his hisguard hi hiUArd hisguard
guard guardThanks UArdThan guardThanks
Thanks Than said I laughing and taking his
hand Tve ive a trick triekor or twq myself m > seti What hilt
does the general want with me now nowI nowI nowI
I have but a fraction of the matter and
know my mt place too well to talk of it Let Letus Letus Letus
us step out but man youll oul1 never appear appearat appearat appearat
at headquarters in such a rigl rig You would
be barred at the door doorTia dooruTis doorTis
uTis Tia but the service of
sence a razor and ashift a auhift aHhift
shift of clothes I need and will soonhave
Will ViII you bear me company to my lodgings
He agreed to this and we set out down
fcute hte Bowery Lane to the Fields past the theprovost thep theprivost
provost p vost prison now the Hall of Records R ords
r < c > d t
City Hall Park and pc pitouse rfouse and sosloug so soalong
along the Broadway chatting like two old oldfriends ol olfriends oldfriends
friends as we ve walked walkedTwas walkedTwas walkedTwas
Twas a strange coincidence I thoughtwhen thought thoughtwhen thoughtwhen
when I found my m companion was attached attachedto
to the Sprite having been on board even ev n at atthe atthe atthe
the time I was telling a false tale of myself mysellin
in her cabin he having been laid up below belowthrough belowthrough
through a wound woundreceived received in m a duel while whilein whilein whilein
in Philadelphia A jolly lighthearted dissipated dis dissipated dissipated ¬
sipated boy he was but bu as rampant a worshiper worshiper wor worshiper ¬
shiper of royalty as has fallen to my lot to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet meetHe meetBe meetHe
He could tell me nothing of Mrs Badely Badelyand BadrIyand Badelyand
and her ward Gertrude King the latter latteJCo latteJCoward lattercoward o oward
ward whom I had an instinctive leaningsave leaning leaningsave leaningS8e
save that hat they had long ago left the schoon schooner ¬
er and were in sumptuous quarters on Queen Queenstreet Queenstreet
street Scammells passion for the young youn younladj
lady was no secret to him and he made a acoarse acoarse acoarse
coarse joke at the expense of both th for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which I could have wrung his neck neckBut neckBut neckBut
But all were alike in those days it seemed seemedto seemedto seemedto
to me and not once did I hear a woman re respectfully re respectfully respectfully ¬
spectfully spoken of though the malijrners malijrnersof
of the sex professed a readiness to lie down downand downand downand
and be trodden on when in the presence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the least of the ladies of fashion Such a afulsome afulsome afulsome
fulsome aping of fine manners on the streets streetsand streetland
and off such backbending and courtesy
ing froth and hypocrisy such affectation in inspeech inspeech inspeech
speech and nd attitude such utter prostration prostra prostration prostration ¬
tion before the god of mode and folly as was waspracticed wasJracticed waspracticed
practiced by these puppets of the king in inthis inthis inthis
this small copy of the court never before orsince or orsince orsince
since has it been the fortune of man to see seeInsincerity 5eeInsincerity seeInsincerity
Insincerity heartlessness and an absurdsensitiveness absurd absurdsensitiveness absurDensitiveness
sensitiveness regarding socalled points of ofhonor ofbonor ofhonor
honor ruled the day da And these were the thespirits thespirits thespirits
spirits who were expected to subdue the thehardy tfaehardj t e ehard
hardy hard yeomanry of AmericaBut America AmericaBut AmericaBut
But this is neither here nor there thereWell thereWell
Well 7 eU shorn with a decent ribbon for my myqueue myqueue
queue a suit but a shade shadeor or two the worsefor worsefor worse worsefor
for wear and a sword at my m thigh for ef effect effect offeet ¬
fect we set off for our destination Belden Beldenhaving Beldenhaving
having washed his dirty face and generally generallygroomed generaUygroomed generallygroomed
groomed himself himselfAt himselfAt himselfAt
At this time
Clintons headquarters wascn was wasen WA WAcn
cn the Broadway Btoadwa at No 1 and opposite the theBowling
Bowling Green being the same dwelling dwellingwherein dwellingwherein
wherein herein Washington had established him himself himself ¬
self while the patriot troops occupied the thecity thecity thecity
city cityTwas
Twas strange stran e to me that the British com commander commandcr commander ¬
mander should have hit upon this house not notvonly ntonly notonly
only because of its association but from the
fact that it was with some few mansions mansionsto
to the north cut off from the rest of the thecity thecity thecity
city by b the broad swath of ruin caused by
the great fire of September 1776 1776This l 1776This i6 i6This
This conflagration had started Gw
knows how near the Whitehall and under underthe underthe
the fanning of a strong wind nd had burned burnednorthwest burnednorthwest burnednorthwest
northwest crossing crossing the Broadway Bro dway below belowTrinity beiowTrinity belowTrinity
Trinity church and from there laying low loweverything lowcerything loweverything
everything clear to the Hudson and north northward northward northward ¬
ward to nigh the city limits Trinity wentwith went wentwith wentwith
with the rest but by b some mercy merc St Pauls Paulswas Paulswas Paulswas
was spared as well as Kings college Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia college the fire stopping just short shortof shortof shortof
of Robinson street now Park Place onwhich on onwhich ODwhich
which stood the latter latterNo latterNo latterNo
No attempt had been made to rebuild oreven or oreven oreven
even clear the ruins and now twas a dan dangerous dangerous dengerous ¬
gerous neighborhood as the offscourings o scourings ofthe of ofthe oftbe
the camp had taken po possession ession of the wholearea wholearea whole wholearea
area and utilizing old walls beams and andsails andsails andsails
sails had established a colony of violence violenceand violenceand
and filth which went by b the name of Can Canvastown CanVstown Canvastown
vastown
TO BE CONTINUED CONTINUEDGLADSTONES COTI CONTISUEDGLADSTONES UED UEDGLADSTONES
GLADSTONES CORRECTNESS CORRECTNESSThe
The Grand Old flan Wax VnH on All All0ct All0c A110crcaslon CTc CTcGladstone
t cnHI caslon hC tariof tariofGladstone f fJI
JI Pr ifrf t tGladstone
Gladstone had a horror of indelica indelicacies indeJicacoies indelicades ¬
des of all kinds much like that of Gen GenGrant GenGrant GenGrant
Grant It was often said in in England to toa toa toa
a person who had told an anecdote with withever vitheer
ever so slight a a tinge of impropriety
How many man thousands of pounds would wouldyou wouldjOU
you take to tell that to Gladstone GladstoneAgain Glad GladstoneAgain tone1 tone1Again
Again he had a rooted aversion toprofiting to toprofiting toprofiting
profiting directly directI or indirectly indirectI by his hispublic hispublic hispublic
public opportunities He was an inno innovating innoating innovating ¬
vating finance minister Constantly Constantlywas
was his active intelligence rearranging
the details and incidence of taxation taxationA taxationhint
A hint from him would have hayemeant meant a afortune afortune afortune
fortune yet no man ever got it No Nomysterious Nomysterious Comysterious
mysterious secrets were ever offered offeredfor offeredfor offeredfar
for sale as coming from him it is iswritten iswritten isritten
written w ritten of him in exchange or bourse bourseSquint bburseSquint bourseSquint
Squint suspicion asserted many incred incredible incredible incredible ¬
ible things of him but the most wan wanton wanton st + an anton ¬ i
ton slanderer never dared suggest that thatanyone thatanyone thatanyone
anyone in his entourage or intimacy intimacyever intimacyeer intimacyever
ever profited a penny by a look a lisp lispa
a gesture from him when in office officeHe officeHe officeHe
He would never allow his name to be beused beused beused
used in any business bu iness enterprises In Inthe lntIle InTie
the Tie house of commons when wheIllannounce wheIllannounceD1Ent + announcement announce announcement ¬
ment of his death was made Sir Wil William William Vil VilHam ¬
liam Harcourt choked and could not notfinish notfinish no nofinish t
finish his speech spe ch Of all chiefs he hesaid hesnid h hsaid e
said emphatically he was the most mostkind mostkind mos moskind t
kind the most tolerant the most placa placable placable placelore ¬
ble In the house of lords too where whereLord whereLord whetLord e
Lord Bosebery Roseber made a passing refer reference refertnce refs refsonce r ¬
once to Mr fr Gladstones last letterpenned letter letterpenned letterpenned
penned with almost dying hands to toLady toLady toLady
Lady Salisbury expressing his per personal personal peronal ¬
sonal s onal sympathy after the carriage acci accident accident acctdent ¬
dent to Lord Salisbury the premier premierhimself premierl1imself premierhimself
himself bowed with age and an l many bur burdens burdens ¬
dens d ens wept like a child As s one news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper well says Such tears give salt saltto dal dalto 1t 1tto t
to public life in England Mr Ir Bal Ballour Balfour Balour
lour f our who was an intimate and admir admiring admiring ¬
ing friend of Gladstone though his hispolitical hispolitical hi hiolitical s
political p olitical foe personally induced MrsGladstone lit Mrs UrsGlndstone s
Gladstone to allow her husband to be behuried b e
among Englands great gre t ones at atTestminster a aestmfnster t
estmfnster His body will therefore thereforerest thereforeres e
rest res in the Abbey A ber in Statesmens Cor Corner Corner Cornor ¬
ner and in effigy as in life Mr Glad GJadstone Gladtone
tone will stand side by side with Peel Peeland Peelnd Peeland
and nd facing Disraeli his hislifeong lifelong poUt poUtic poll ¬
ic l antagonist antagonistTroy Troy Times
A AModest Modest Request RequestWhen RcqnestWhen RecinestWhen
When When the old lady J dy with ith the ear trum trumpet trumpet trumpet ¬
pet called little Bessie entertained her hertill he hetill er erti11 r
till the lady of the house warms ready rea By to toput toput t tput o
put in an appearance While telling tellingabounTher tellingabotlt tellin tellinresents g
abounTher abotlt lIer neaeni presents p phealth resents and the thehealth thehenlth th ge e
health of her several dolls Bessie eye eyethe eyed eyedi eJ1dthe d
the trumpet curiously and finally could couldrestrain couldrestrain coul coulrestrain d
restrain herself no longer longerAre longeruAre longerAre
uAre Are you too tired to play par me mecouple a acouple Dcouple
couple of tunes while mamma finishes finishesdressing finishesdressing finishedressingDetroit s
dressing dressingDetroit 1ftDetroit Detroit Free PressIjnmistnkable Press PressUnmistakable PressUnmltnknble
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me so desperately desperatelySimplex desperately4SimplexOh desperatelySimplexOh
Simplex SimplexOh Oh a thousand things H Halways He Heal Hta18Ys e
always al ways looks pleased for forinstancc instance when whenyou whenyou whe wheyou n en
you sing and play playTitBits playTitBitsOnly TitBitsOnly TitBits TitBitsOnly
Only HalfSheYou Half HalfShe DnlfSheYou
She SheYou You were scared half to death deaththe deaththe deaththe h
the day we were married marriedHe marriedH marriedHeOnly
He H HeOnly Only half unfortunately unfortunatelyIn unfortunatelyIndiamlyo1i unfortunatelyIndiamapolis In Indianapolis ¬
dianapolis I diamlyo1i w Journal Jo Journalw l
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First Seiislon SeiislonWashington SelonWashington SesalonWashington
Washington Washington Jan 4 fSenateBms Senate Bills intro introduced iDtrotluc Introuced ¬
duced tluc d ed Wednesday Regulating Regul tlng appoint appointments appointments appointents ¬
ments m ents to civil offices in the outlaying outJ lng d dpendencies de dependoncles dependoncies
pendencies te amend the Chinese exclusion excu excuIon exclu exchasian ¬
sion Ion laws so as to commit their admlnls admlnlstration admlnlstratlon adminisration
ration to the bureau of Immigratioi Immigratioiauthorizing ImmlgratJolluthorlzlng immigraifoiauthorizing
authorizing an investigation of the eco economic eco1omlc ecacomic
comic relations of the United States erlt with withhlna wltnhlna > t thtna
hlna and the Orient generally by b a com commission commlssloJ1 commleaioi
mission establishment of a department departmentof depar meet meetof
of > f commerce and Industries regu regwllttins regwllttinsthe regtrlkdnthe tang tangthe
the manufacture of Ailed cheese and oleo oleomargarine ole olemargarine pleamargarine
margarine and iid d the adulteration of foods foodsalso foodsal foodsalso
also al o for a apenalon pension of 5t S9 per month to the thewidow t1Mwidow theidow
widow w idow of Col Stotsenburg of of the Jfo Jfobraska fe febra febraska
braska bra ka regiment who was killed in the ihiPhilippines th thPhlllpptnes thePhlllpplnes
Philippines providing a fund for th tM pen penstoning penslonlng penslonfng
stoning of members of the life savin savinand savlm savlmand Tln Tlnand
and revenue cutter service constitu constitutional con constitutional titu titutinnal ¬
tional amendment authorizing an income incometax bacomtax incometax
tax taxHouse taxHouseBUlB
House HouseBUlB Bills and resolutions re olutlO 6 imroOtwed imroOtwedFor IDtro latroducelor tlce tlceFor
For F or a constitutional amendment providZng provid provkiIng providtng
Ing that Uno no new state the territory nl nlwhich nilwhich f fwhich
which is 1 not contiguous to th the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States shall be admitted by the congraew congrotstrto congraewInto i iInto
Into in to the union constitutional amend amendment amekuTment amendmeet
ment authorizing an income Inco e tax joint jointresolution jointrHOlution jointresolution
resolution proposing the following onowln amend amendment amendment amendmeet
ment to the constitution Congress shall shallhave shalhave shamhave
have power to define trusts and to rage regnlate reglate ragelate >
late control or prohibit the same withinany within withinany wlthhtanJ
any state > territory district or any other otherplace othtrplace otherplace
place subject to its jurisdiction jurl dlcthm relating relatingto reatlrl reatlrlto
to navigation including bills extendingthe extending extendingthe extendtr extendtrthe
the laws of commerce and navigation to toHawaii toHa toHawsi
Hawaii Ha waU and to Porto Rico giving vlng to Cu Cuban C Cban Caban ¬
ban vessdte ve setil favorable treatment in nAmer nAmerIvan Amer American Amprlcan ¬
Ivan ports allowing foreigners orel rB to sue e inthe in inthe Intbe
the United States circuit courts for m mdemnltles In Indemnltles Indemnities
demnltles heretofore claimed through thro h tl the thestate trtstate + e
state department and punishing in the thflfederal tlVtfederal
federal f uocrts reducing the duty on pc pcper ptper pcper
per used in printing newspapers to r rpeal rpeal re repeal
peal the stamp tax to provide for inter interest Interest interest ¬
est on government deposits depo fts appropriat appropriatIng approprlatIng appropriatg
Ing lu g 600060 to the representatives 0f JasB Jas JasB JaLB
B B Eads for the maintenance for fora St years yearsof yearsof 8Ilrs 8Ilrsof
of the channel in n the south pass Missis Mississippi l ts tsslppl sas sassippt ¬
sippi river rivertTHE riverTHE riverTHE
THE CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYTRIAL CONSPIRACYTRIALMJI TRIAL TRIALH3I TRIALM
H3I M M Deroulede Gnerd Gncr I and Buffet BuffetHave DulIetIInc BuffetHave
Have Been Found Utility CnlltyTl1e CnlltyTl1eOtherH GnIItyTheOthers Tlie TlieOtberK
Others Released RclcuMcdParis RclcusecJParis ReleasedParis
Paris Paris Jan 4 4The The conspiracy trialbefore trial trialbefore triabefore
before the senate sitting as the high highcourt hi h hcourt
court came to an end Wednesday ednesday eicept ex except ei eicept ¬
cept for the thEsentences sentences in the cases of ofthose ofthose ofhose
those t convicted Out of the 75 alleged allegedconspirators alJeed alJeedconspirators allegedonspirators
conspirators c who were thrown into intoprison intoprison intoprison
prison five months ago ao and who have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been since released in batches b tches owing owingto owingto owingto
to want of evidence only MM D1 De Dcroulade Deroulede Deroulede ¬
roulede roulade Guerin and Buffet have been beenfound beenfound
found guilty guilt and these three are areaccorded areaccorded areACCOTded
accorded extenuating circumstances circumstanceswhich circmnstancesWl1ich circumstanceswhich
which reduces their punishment to todetention todetention todetention
detention in a fortress or banishment banishmentIt
It is understood that the sentencWill sentence sentencewill e
will 11 vary between five and ten years yearsdetention yearsdetention yearsdetention
detention President Lonbet may ex extend e etend extend ¬
tend pardons in accordance accGl ance with the theBerenger theBerenger e
Berenger law in favor of first of offenders offenders ofenders ¬
fenders fendersStrong fendersStrong f endersStrong
Strong precautionary measures measureswere JDeas measureswere res resvere
were taken Wednesday Vednesda in the vicinity vicinityof Ticinft Ticinftof
of the senate house but there was n nsign no nosign nosign o
sign of disorder anywhere when the thejudgments thejudgments th thjudgments e
judgments were rendered renderedAll renderedAll renderedAll
All the nationalist Datiom ist organs describe describetTcrmpete describei describthe e
tP the t result qf t R t 1r a aT aTtr17
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tr17 tTcrmpete Ti1pell wffch ttds tlt tvMehr tt f fa it r ashotraeed ani1ouueec1the7limoyelY ashotraeedthe a iC1lrACe iC1lrACethemtli9eovery
the the7limoyelY iliscovery of o a greai great plot pI against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the republicThey republic republicThey republicThey
They insist that the whole indict indictment indictment indictment ¬
ment haled ftr ed out and that the acquit acquittal acqvittal acquital ¬
tal t al of rein M Buffets fellow royalists royalistsprisoners royalistsprisonets royalistsprisoners
prisoners disposes of the charge ehftr e of ofoyalist a aroyalist aroaJist
royalist r conspiracy conspiracyTerritorial consplracTcrrltorlnl conspiracyTerritorial
Territorial Government for llnwnil llnwnilWashington 1Innllushinon llawaiiWashington
Washington ushinon Jan 4 4The The senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatcommittee e
committee on foreign forei n relations Wed Wednesday Wednesday ed ednesdllY ¬
nesday considered a number of pend pending pending pendng ¬
ing i ng questions The bill of Senator SenatorCullom SenatorCullom SenateCullom
Cullom providing a territorial government goo gooeminent 0 0ernment ¬
ernment for Hawaii was discussedbut discussed discussedbut diseusscdbut
but the subcommittee which has the thesubject thesubject th thsubject c
subject under consideration not bein beinready being beingready beingrend cd
ready rend to report it was announced announcedthat announcedthat announce announcethat d
that another meeting meetin would be held heldsoon heldsoon heresoon 1
soon when the bill would be reported reportedto
to the full committee committeeAmcrlcnit committeeAmcrlcnu committeeAmerican
American Naval I1n1 Officers O lcerg HonoredWashington Honored HonoredWashington lIouoreelashington
Washington Washington Jan 4f 4 The e Venezuela Venezuelagovernment Venezuelagoernment VenezueIgovernment a
government has Conferred the order orderof orderof ordeof r
of the Bust of Bolivar on Adm AdjnSampson AdmSampson AdmSampson
Sampson Cap Cnpts CaptsTa1or ts Taylor Ttlor rook ook Sigsbee SigsbeeChadwiek SigsbeeChadwiek SigsbeChadwick e eer
Chadwiek Goodrich and Commanders CommandersMead Commandersfead Command CommandMead er
Mead fead Dayton Daton Synr SYDomLc > onds and Todd of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the navy and Representative ve Hitt has hasintroduced hasintroduced h as
introduced a bill authorizing ftuthUriZ 11g the ac acceptance ac acceptance ¬
ceptance of the decorations decorationsFor deeOllltionsFor
For Boer AVldoivu and Orphans OrpJulDGrnnd OrpJinmGrand
Grand Kapids Mich eh Jan 4 4John 4JohnSteketee John JohnSteketee n
Steketee vice cc consul to the Nethelands Nether Netherlands N ether etherlands r ¬
lands Wednesday elnesda forwarded to Hol Holland Holland Holland ¬
land a draft for 9200 guilders Grand GrandEapids GrandRapids Gran GranRapids d
Rapids Holanders Hol anders latest contrib contribution contn contribtioti u utioll ¬
tion for the widows wi ows and orphans of ofBoers ofBoers o oBoers fu
Boers killed in South Africa The sum sumamounts sumamounts su suamounts m
amounts amounts to 3705 370S American money moneyEngineer mQJleyEnJlneer
Engineer Killed KilledDes I l3ihedDes necJ necJDes
Des Moines Ia Jan 4 4D Davi DaviWright David DavidWright vid vidTright d
Wright Tright an engineer of the Chicago ChicagoN A ANorthwestern
Northwestern N orth stern road stood in the gang gangway gan ng ngwa ¬
way wa of his locomotive as it entere entered entereda d
a curve near Bertram Vednesda Wednesday Wednesdayand Vednesdaand
and tmthe Sff the engine swayed he was wasthrown wnsthrown wa S
thrown to the ground and killed En Engineer Engineer E Egineer n ¬
gineer J F Fiskej Fisk Fiske who fell similarly similarlyfrom sfiminrlyfrom sdanilarl sdanilarlfrom J
from his engine at lledianics Mecbaniesville < ille illefew Ja a afew nfew
few da dttS des s ago died Wednesday WednesdayWill Vednesd VednesdWill Ved VedWlll
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danger d > ingthof ng of a spread sproo of o of tic the t 1 plague noyv noyvprevalent no noprevmlent n nprevadent ° r
prevalent in Honolulu is i past trans transports transports trap s ¬
ports leaving this thi port for the Ph Phfl Phflippines Phfiippines
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beeiiha bee the general custom but Lut1illgo Lut1illgostraJMft will iij go gotaking g o
straJMft stral tt through o th tha l desf des tion tiontnkin atio n
tnkin takingsutlicient taking sufficient sumeientcnl coal with wl h them iron ironhere fromhere fro
here f 6 olast last the cntIre entire lnt re trip tripTreasurer rip TilTrC ripTrczisiirer >
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eel tfi tfffj the defalcation deflll < won of Duel DuelHershey IJn u1f l H HHershey I
Hershey the absconding county count treas treasurer trea treaulerJ treaurer s
urer ulerJ 41 Vill iU ill aramint nmaJInJ nt to more than a 45 65
000 a M1trst atfirst first disclosed 9 closed furthalf furthar f urtho failures failuresto fmiureEto fuilur fuilurto of
to record C9rd tax tL collections hain having been beendiscovered beendiscovered be bediscovered e n
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Washington n Jan 4 4Senailo Senator j Al Alof Allof len lenof
of Nebraska in an interview Tuesd Tuesday Tuesdaynight a5
night authorized air absolute denial denialof deniaiof dent al alof
of reports that he would be the en endidate can candidate candidate n ¬
didate for the presidency of a part putof pa paof rf
of the fusion forces I Iil
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stt statistics 1 I could N find f 1 oa 0 the t subject t a and I Iwas Iw
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Vigor for fora a great many miny years yearsand yeusand
and it it fiats has been v very satisfactory satisfactoryto sstisfact
to me in every way I Have Haverecommended sve sverecommended
recommended it to a great eat many manyof mmyof min minof
of my friends and tney have nave aU aUBeen aUbeen allbeen
Been perfectly satisfied with it rt rtMrs it itMrs
Mrs A A Edwards San Fran Francisco Francisco FranCisco ¬
cisco Cat Car Feb 9 1899 1899Thats IJ9Talk l
Talk TalkAbout
About It ItTLat
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our H1 r Vigor When Pe PeSons
sons use it rt they they are always alw s so soHighly 501Lighty I
Highly pleased with it that t t they taeyvtell t theycell cr crtell
vtell tell their friends about it itIf it itjJur stn stnIf
If your oar hair is snort short tody todytain toQ toQI toQthin to I
thin tain splits lets at tae the ends is ro ro3g ro3goc roegot e
> oc is allingout f our Hair H r Vigo Vigoirill Vig Vigoil
Well wi111crfcctly perfectly s satisfy tisfy r rgray you youI oil
I your hm is just a aglaT
gray or o perfectly p ctty wnite whjte Ayers Ayersall Ayer Ayct11tV1gorWi11
HalrVs 11tV1gorWi11 otW111 bnng brm hick to It lball
all 11 tae th dart d x rich color it hidsl Had Hadyears d dyeus
years ors and years ears ago 190Write JjiJ sl a recede j8 j8Write
Write the Doctor DoctoIf DoctorIfOO DoctorIf
If IfOO you do not obtain obbrmall all the benefits ysn
desire from the use of the Vigor V write writetbe 1ritMtheDoctoraboutJt
the theDoctoraboutJt Doctor Doctorabout4t about4t He lIew trill 1ten wuita te yon jest jestthe j t
the right thin thing to do and w will l eDd sands
his book on the IWrmd Hair and Scalp if ifrequest yea yoerequest yearequest
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