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CHAPTER XXIt Continued.
Tho morntiil fur actum bad arrived
fir Junius lllake. He compressed Mil
Hp, strode through the r'xm ami a
rnoin'-iit later entered John's office,
la the final struggle passion wan tri
umphant, and ha nerved himself aa
best he could fur the ordeal.
John Hurt looked up. The hsgRard
expression on Makea face alarm .'d
"What's happened, Jim? You're
pale as a ghost!"
"It'e a tooth," raid Rlnke, rubbing
hia hand tenderly over hla face. "I'm
alt right now, but It save roe a bad
right. The dentwt drew It this morn
lrtK. I dined with General Carden. 1
I suppose "
"Hss Jessie returned? DM you aee
"Miss Carden has not returned, but
he la expected o aail next Tuesday."
wld Blake. nervously lighting a ci
gar. "I bad hoped to bring you bet
ter news, John, but tbla In the best 1
can do. I thought It would be Indeli
cate to ask General Carden for ber
address, since nothing but a cable
gram could reach her before the sail
A shade of disappointment panned
over John Iturt'a face when lllake
poke, but a smile chafed it aay
when to mentioned the time of her
"You did rlicht. Jim. he exclaimed.
"Ixt'a ate: Tuesday ia the thir
teenth. I'm glad Jessie Isn't super
stitious. That should bring ber to
New York on fie twentieth. That's
thirteen dajs from now."
' l)!ake turned ashen when the sec
ond thirteen u announced, but
John'a eyes were fixed on the inno
cent calendar, fcla thought were four
thousand miles across a heaving
ocean, and he didn't notice the su
perstitious agony Imprinted on the
John Hurt, leaned back In bis chair
and bait closed hla eyea.
Uiifj ' rssr&-z.L''j:30s nrs-.v can joj
1 ', .'TZ' c.T'CWS'S.AtrjlZr
-Two weeks, larking a day." he
muted aloud. "There la a long stand
Ing account I should like to settle be
fore Jessie returns," he said, turning
to Jl'ake, who had partly r fained
"Whst Is It?" aked IUake. with a
lively show of Intrrest.
"The elder Morris ruined General
Carden as detMra(ely as ever one
ruan did another," declared John
Iluii, his deep gray eves Bashing a
menace as h brought his band to
the desk with blow which made It
rattl. "The proceeds of that vil
lainy have keeu turned over to' his
on. Two weeks frcw today Arthur
Morris shs'.l have made resolution to
the man his father wron-d. The cer
tainty of this reconciles me to her
Ioniser absrnce. I shall win this cam
IuIkii. Jim, and It s my last one.
When did lis kins wire that he
Would be hi r?'
"Thursday," answered Wake,
"1 shall ttot wait r 'I liswklns."
eaid John Tlnrt. abruptly, "lie owns
a bliM-k of this I. is. t). stock and I
shall assume that I hate his c
eratlou. I ahull have ronirol if 1
& O. befi.rt be rvachea New Yolk.
How did It close last bight?"
"Twenty tight and a half." replied
"It op-ns to-1sy at a quarter." said
John Hurt, standing over the ticker.
"Take ail offerings uj to thirty, but
do not force matters. You under
stand. Jim WstoU It closely aud
Veep me advised M
"1 understand," said Tlake, as he
ro to go.
"Walt a minute." called John, as
the other stivod by the door. "Sam
Hounds was In to see you yesterday,
was he uolt"
"Send for h!ra at once. Tell him
U s something IptrHtrtanl. That's all."
IUake entered hla own oftice and
Bung himself Into a chair. He felt as
If he had aged years In the hour that
When Itsndolpli Morris retired In
fsr of lis son be transferred no
small burden of responsibility to the
shonlcirs of the latter. Arthur Mor
ris tutterlted hla fathers money and
his ambition, but not bis n.ster!y
cratl. of altalrs. Arthur Morris had
little stinpaihy with that flue oi, in
aervalism which slops short of direct
participation la coiruptlon. lie be-
J llrved, at has been ulatej. that every
I man has Ms priie. and was willing to
pay It, provided It promised returns.
Ambitious to pose as a Wall Ft reel
leader, Arthur Morris bad assumed
n enormous load i.t stocks, and tbe
rucc-ss of bla ventures had riven
Mm the foilualng which ever attends
the leader In a rllng market. In ad
dition to this simulative risk. Mor
ris had secured several valuable
Irsncbisea, ard was confidently In
expectation of others at the bands of
the city officials.
It Till be sufficiently accurate to
deslrnale the Morris enterprise by
the Lame of "The Cosmopolitan Im
provement Company." and to state
that its assets consisted In Its ao
riirti and prospective franchises.
Whi.e purporting to a Cord relief
fiom existing monopolies. It was In
feet nothing more nor less than a
well planned attempt to acquire com
petitors. In the parlance of Enance
It w as a "sand bag "
Anhur Morris took up the work so
nupiclouly begun by his father
tie wrecking of the I at O. railroad
company. In this campaign. General
Carden and many others had lost
their f.,rtunrs. Jlorrla held control
ft the bor.iis, and looked forward to
fie day when the atock would be
wiped out and this splendid property
fall into bis hands. It was an open
secret in railway circles that the L.
4 O. would then be absorbed by one
of the two powerful companies which
iat'-rr ected its lines.
John Burt detected a Raw In this
conspiracy. He set aside three bat
talions of a million dollars each, and
held them in reserve against the en
trenched wealth In tLe Morris vaulta.
Then he again scanned tbe Beld of
at Hon. and with unerring Judgment
rlaeed his finger on tbe weakest
point In the Morris defenses. The
Ccsmopolltsn Improvement Company
was a rampart on paper. John Hurt
pfposed to enfilade It. The highest
.. II. J. '
U fs authority assured him that the
I'snrhlsea alrvady granted to the Cos
U'opoiltan were Invalid.
As the crisis In his affairs nesred,
John Hurt took a more direct charge
of affairs. Tbe trusted empiojes of
Jm.es lllake & Company were In
formed that "John Hurton" was a si
lent partner, who represented large
California Interests, and that his or
ders must be followed without flues
In response to James I'.lske's mes
sage. Alderman Samuel Hounds railed
aud as conducted to the private of
See of the famous oj-rator.
lllake had anticipated with test the
meetlr.g b'ten John Hurt and Sam
Rounds. It had ben contemplated
tot eveial weeVs, but now that the
hour was at band, be took l:ttlo In
terest In It. lie found II d:r?lrii!t to
riKtnd l Sam's besrty greeting.
nd terminated the Interview as soon
"Il-siu are je, Jira; beou are ye'"
exclaimed Sim, as he gitvtd Hiake
In his luxurious office. ' 1 .i t It lust
tune, as uncle Toby lUjoes ust.r
sy. thst ou aa' I are here In New
York, an' ou are rich, an' I am
well, say fsir to roidillin'. There
Lwire only three of us )oung f.-llwa
'lound HocKy WimmIs; juu an' John
litirt an' tn. IV) you auppose we'll
evrr h-r from Jot.n Hurt. Jim? 1 ve
softs said bed turn up ou top, some
diy or nother."
"Would you like to bear from
him?" atked lllake, without raising
"Would I? D'ye know anything er
bout him. Jim? IVw ye really?"
"TLeies a man In the next room
who knows a lot about htm," replied
lllake. "Come and meet him."
Hiake opened John Hurt s door and
ilooj In the way as Sam entend.
Johii was aeated at hia desk and did
not turn hla head or make a move
when IUake said:
"A dtrman Hounds w ishes to speak
to yo j."
HUke stepped outside and closed j
the door. John deliberately bMted
au uuSnUhed letter, rose and ad- j
vanied to meet Sam, who stood awk
wardly by tho d'.xir, hat la band.
"1 am glad to meet you. Alderman
Hounds." he said, extending his
baud. "I have heard of yon and wlh
tbu pltasure of your acquaintance.
I'ray be seated, Aldin-man."
Tbe sharp blue ryes of tha ls1tor
weis fixed on the speaker, and only
lor an lustant ws's h lu doul.t.
"I klKW ). Jot.nl God blest ,
Jrhn! Meou are ye, Jrbn Tlurt! I'm
plumb tickled ter death ter see ye
i Well, w!l. wli:"
Ills honest ejes glistened as he
t rew bis bat ti the floor and grasped
John's bands with grip which
liaro made the average Irian wlnre.
"And I'm glad to you, Hsm! It
srems like coming back to life to
n eet you. fi! down and te!l me all
a bo :t yourself and Rk ky Woods."
"Tbe last time I saw ye, John," he
said, "was under thetn maple trees
lu front of the Itishop house. I reck
on you ain't forgot that Ixrht. You
giHv.pe, assy in the dark on my
...ri.p an' I ain't s n ye since. Now
you begin at tbe place like In the to
stones wbkb run in the fireside
Companion where It says 'to be coo
tiiiued In our next,' and keep right
on up to the present time."
John laughed and gave Sam a hur
ried sketch of fcls career. He told
ot his Toyaite around Cape Horn, his
arrival in San Francis, the search
for tha mine described by tbe dying
sailor, his meeting with J'.ai Blake,
the dWcverT of the grH mine, his
aFociat.on with John Hawkins and
the Incidents which led to tbe forma
tion of tbe firm of James Blake A
Company. John aald nothing to lead
Sam to think that Hiake was only a
representative, but t shrewd
Yankee guessed tho truttt.
"I swan, John, this Is tew good tew
be trueV be gasped, shaking bands
again. "You ain't told me half tbe
truth, an' ye don't have tew. t can
ptiHss the rest. You're James Blake
A Company. You're the man wbo'a
truant these Wall Street chaps a les
son! I'm proud cf ye. John! Didn't I
a'.lers ray somethln' like this would
happen? An' you can't have too
much good fortune to suit me, John,
an' I don't want a thing from ye. I
Just like tew see ye win, because
well, because ye orter win "
"Thank you. Sara."
"Don't It beat thunder how things
turn out?" observed Sam. "I saw
J'.in when hs was down tew Roc-y
Woods a few- montba ago. an' when
he told me that he was the Jim
Blake, you could a' knocked me down
with a willow switch. I said tew my
self then, that had It been John Burt
I wouldn't been surprised. An" now.
by thunder. It was John Bilrt who
did It after all. But how erberit Jim
Blake. Johc? If you're James Blake
& Coxpao, who'n the dickens is
"I am not James Blake & Com
pany." said John with a smile. "I
am tbe Company. Jim has a substan
tial Interest in the firm, and has done
much towards Its success."
"I'm mighty glad tew bear It." de
c'and Sam, "but I reckon I can gu'ss
who does the thinkin". Jims a fine
te!!"r. but he a'.lers wss reckless an'
careless, though tr.el.be he's out
grown it. Where Is he? Send fcr
him, Jolin. an' well ail taik It over
t. r ".'r. like we did In the cd days
bark in Kocky Woo-ls "
.n i n smvI a button and an at
ti r dart re;n.!ei.
"If Mr. H'.ale is not busy, say that
I thould like to see him," he s.aid.
"Thert's one thing yc-u haven't told
nie erlMHit," t-a'.d Sam, shifting bis
I"-1 aw i; anHy, "I don't want tew
pry Into your private a?airs. John,
but have mi seer. l.i r yet I mean
Tee dor opened softly and James
I. lake entered so silently that neith
er heard Mm.
"I bave rot seen Miss Carrten." re
plied John. "She Is not In the city."
"Yes she Is," asserted Sam eager
ly. "I saw her yesterday rtUin' down
tTo be ceitinued.)
Dangtreus Mexican Weed to Smoka.
Manuel Guerrero and Klorenclo PI:io
had the "marihuana habit, and for
the last few weeks had been smoking
blj cigarettes la which tobacco was
n-.lxed with the dangerous weed.
Tuesday afterroon the two men
smoked rlearettes composed of to
bacco in smaller proxrt l.i than mari
huana, and after few minutes ran
They went out Into the street shout
ing. Vociferating and attacking every
l.!. r'trst they marched land in
hand, di-c'sring that they wi-ro tho
bravett men on earth and would kill
ary!o!) who dared to say a word to
tre contrary, but at last I'sno declared
that he was stii) braver thsn his
friend, and a fight followed, the two
rrcvuitg ilangcnma wounds.
Tby were captured and sect to the
hiitsl. w h re they bad to be put Into
tiaiKbt'ackets. It Is ft ared that the
two men, if they recover from their
wounds, si!! l.we their mtiois perma
nently, as Is often the case with tr.arl
buaua smokers. Mexican Herald.
Rtadmg tha Bible.
It sit the meeting ef the Christian
Fndeavor society. Near the cKm. the
leader susgested that each one should
tell what pan of the Bible he read the
most, and give the reason.
The la.t one to sjveak was a lad.
who said with a little hesitation that
ha read the first chapter f Genesis
mora than any others.
A look of surprise and curiosity
was Manifest in all the listeners, as
he went on to give his rvvan:
"You see, I glwaa re.lva every
New Year that 1 will brgn and read
the Bible through, but I never get
very far, and, of course. I always have
to make a aew beginniuj;." New
franklin's View cf Life.
When I reflect, as I frequently d
upon the felicity I have rnjovej. 1
sometimes say to tu)o!f that, were
tha offer tnade me. I would engage to
run aisslu., from bet!i;u'.ng to end, tha
same raiv-er f life. Ad 1 would ask.
should be tde pnvl'.cce i aa author.
tx reirret lu a nsmid e.lith n. crta::
rirvrs vf the hist ITatU.n
the democratic ca n did at ct
Ha Would Strike Down Protection,
Crif.pi t-s Navy, 0clm. ti
Arrriy and Jno4 All Test Has Besn
Accomplished by the Republican
In t.ls speech if afyp1aiiee J
Parker accep's tbe lJ-mocratk: pii
fortn aa "admirable." He a;rves of
it In detail and as a whole. If eiect-d
he will carry It out. Of Mirs. fc
will; be must. Ha will be the sen st,t,
not tbe master, of his party. Acd
rightly so. PresidenU are eiects-d to
carry out party doctrine, tot to aoig
onl It. Grover CieveUnd tried to
toa things In Hit. and he came to
grief. He refused to attach bis signa
ture to the lemocrtlc tariff law of
Ih'ii. but te lacked the nerve to Teto
simply held bis nose during
the liit rial ceceary to ecabie tta
bill to become a law without hia con
currence. Judge Parker ia not an
other Cleveland. He will not attempt
to test or to fight his party, as Cleve-
land did. He is not b-jUt that way,
He will be with his party In all things.
Tbe St I.ouls platform, which would
strike down protection, would criprie
the navy, would decimate the army,
would cut adrift seven milliocs of
Filipinos totally Incapable of self
government, and would in a general
way undertake to turn back the
wheels of progress and ondo all that
the Republican party has done toward
making our country the greatest on
earth all this the Democratic candi
date accepts as "admiratle." Regard
ing the chief Issue of the cacp&jgn
"The present tariff law is onjust in
ltjt operation, exces-sive in many of
its rates and so framed in particular
liif taLcea aa to exact inordinate profits
from the people. So well understood
has this view become that many prom
inent members of the Republican
party, acd at least two of its S'.ate
convections, have dared to voice tbe
general aextiment on that aubject.
That party seems, however, to be col
lectively able to harmonize only upon
a plack that admits that revision may
from time to time be necessary, but
it Is so phrased that It is expected to
b satisfactory to those In favor of
an Increase of duty, to those "vho
favor a reduction thereof and to those
opposed to any change whatever.
"Judged by the record of perform
ance, rather than that of promise, on
the part of that party In the past. It
would seem aa If the outcome, in tha
event of Its success, would ie to grat
ify the latter class. With absolute
'control of both the leeislative and ex
ecutive departments cf the govern
ment sioce March 4, 1 S ST. there has
been neither reduction nor an aiictrpt
at reduction In tari! duties It is cot
unreasonable to assume. In the I M
of that record, that a future Cot.iress
of that -it will ton undertake a r
vUlon of the tariff downward In the
event that It shall rr-i an Indorse
ment of Its pa.t course oa that snt
Je t by the p.x le. It Is a fact and
should be frankly Concede,! that
though our party be successful io tl.e
Cuming cortest we racet hope to se
cure a n.a'ority In tl.e Senate during
tie next tour years, ar.d hetce we
shall be uual.ie to secure any mmllft
cstin in the tariff sate Hat to which
the RepuM.raa r.nj.wity tn the Seeata
may consetiL While, ihervfor. w
are uniMtt t give at,nitsre-s of r
l;f to Ike p-ople frvxra sui-a exce-ssive
duties as burden them, it is cue t
them that wa atate our pu:;ioa to
be In favor of a reasonable re-Jurtloa
of the tar.ff; we believe that tt is Je
nisnJed by the best Interim's tf U-ta
manufacturer and consumer, and that
a wtse and benrSceut rei'.;.a of tha
tariff ran be accomplished as s a as
tK.th brsrehes of Coagrv-ss and aa ex
ecutive in faior ut It are elee-iej wjh.
out creating ttal sense of urcerta'cty
and Instant! ty that baa oa o ter occa
sions msi-.ir.-net ltv!f Tt raa ta
achieved by provU'.ag t at such a te-a
sor.ahie period shall intervene t
tween the date tha euae'.n.ent of
tha statute txaking a rvika aad tha
data of Its eni.evment aa shail ha
deemed sufficient f-r the ta.iustry r
buls aftected by such revuson la
adiutt Itself to the rhst.t-1 sad new
tvadtttona lm(Ve,. ca.Jent am
I In tba belief thai the demaed f thi
Psple for a reform ef tbe tart t
just that I tn.tu'ge tha fco tlat
should a IVe.iocratlc llou.e tvf Hcvr
seuta!lv-s and a I va'v-rat: vx-.N-uuvel
t e chosen by the fvt ie. evea a he J
VulM.ra sirste n:v kJ tta warc-i
LiN FAVORABLY IMPRESSED BY THE SIMILARITY.
l( crs. .... J?s'9-lSQl.y ; '
!g ard M,wst in gtra at !t svm
int-jre f r'!f t' tlJt t"-t',"'
Oit zt ts.i s.iii cf tt .:!. V.e!
eiT, tta ir mtr. r.t avl tha h:sg
e,.:s':t'.es of express:' t ks pvas:blw lit
'rs't fjome Itf'-r!.'! ax.4 dt-i-se-1
tt?,s tlat aa rava:.! c'r aadj
The prsseat tar'5 is exc-ire, an j
Jat atd ln;rP.i. tt tVfa'd be ro-1
p-a'..4 wl'fcFat d-'sy. and fi irs :-:
slj-jfi'd tt,t s-v:.r a tar.ff iA . V,'ii !
son Oirrr a typ. A tie M::s !yp. ot .
tie M'tt'.b typ.
nsKbiic, tlMVi "
r..natiKw to B."il. w!t4 tie tsrlff a)
l-res-at. as4 rtjj Wi to sir's! tar ;
Iff ot lu protwtiv f-tiiri. Tra-'
fvre. tie taik of tar.S utax'sg thm'.i .
b tasea cut of the tix'ii tf ti Ea-
rificaa party acd !t:rc-jnl to tie .
If )?:triisti wits tfce rernsfr.::."-y:
A tar.ff EaViDg tbe Ittsfjcra'.ie party
projf.fe t fc re.icir".e. It will sol
rip cp everythirr ail at or.'e. It U
to stout it Kraiuariy. so tin tie. tr-
j du!tg Icterecs cty tare tipin l
to disctarge their wfri p-c.j, asd re-
duce the Toitsn-.e U vrrrivrz'sm to cjot-
respetod ;B t. ircr-ase-i izZ-rm of
competitive produeta from air-ia-l. im
j this way It tt bfp4 to avoid the im-
meciae aavetit or pace. xra!ysi.'.'
B'arnatSon acd raia. Tte. It U eaJ-
culated. win come lets swlj-jy tiaa
they tf4 a inz.
B'lt. In aiy r-t , says tie Esoya '
trimmer, not tench mischisf coiaii be
done by a De-mocra'ie Presldr.t ti4
Hoose of Repr"t'CUtivn octa tie.
protect Republican xnajorlty la the
Seriate shall have disappeared. Tilt
would take two years at tbe bft; It
might take three or fow years to
bricg abouL Ia the ceaLtime. says
the candidate, the country would
Astorithirg admissioi:! Certaitty;1 higher r;e.
and safety lie only in te Reub'.icaa j Mat sst Vife-
control ci tr e senate. e ou.J Lite
to do a whole lot of rc'sctlef. aid we
will do it as soca as we can. bet we
can't do it for two or three years.
Therefore, elect a If-moerat.c rreei
dert this year." That. In ratt?tanc. it
the attitude of Parker on the tariff
question. We are Invited to ow the
seed ,c-f free trade is XoTember of
iy.'t. on the afsuracce tiat a f-j'J free
trade crop cannot b harreated tcoch
before 1K-6 or 1507
It may be. however, that we should
4 - w kc- a luii lor
the free trade crx-p.
y -S J
Futfexror tsodort;, W.int,,;K.M.M ., tbe r.rrt a:
nihility tha wh a Imocr.ti, : ,f m, fs:f? aad
"rts". :5.Cs respectively. d.n,g slaC
Ltv- iM mC. " value, of the exs of precis et-
aid of rote, in the nat. that ara), ;b4 Ut, , ll
now cla lu-puXaran. Tnlxg, ' Jr 1 A
no stranger than this lava happened.!
and may harpea agala. tl-t, Fr"iij,. "
Summed up la the r.ght of all tha! The Amrx-wa Hi. mday was
facts and ail the m-Vac. the accrj-t-! Se (,..-rubrc , mtim Uf Ct)u.
an.e speech .f Ju,ie Parker contains m jn.. P-.ke. Jr., atteme-J i
nor. one aolttary was. why any Re!m, , csvrwer a the sil market.
pv.t..lc.n sho-.;',j take tt risk of Vv:r.g ; Tt! ,,ry w. la . frctwut
uv iTmoauc .e.ei var W-
t.e cxtrary. a"! the facts, a:! the et- '
... . T rl ',!.!S,U t.l liMS t i M fc..U. Ik,
s.tuation. slou.J iB.t-W evrv llna-i. ... . ... ... . . ... . . .. .
i:co a vo-e t'.e i;.-; :it ;raa tiek.t,
and msr.y I len-.oc.-ai a bv;.i,!e. There
r.evtr was a t-.xe w J . s t covetry
wat In grestr datgrr e f a Is;- tarl
ward to frr tru4 li a la the cssd
r:a v-f IV-4. Tat u the actua'
&sCHt t Imbtolii.ti. j
Wa dv n.t sooiif list tie w'.ssj
men of the IvtBorrat. party are N. j
evrateg iigu(ied w & aarrela.
feud, asd acrnti-Ats d.fpiilea tfcat ;
asve Kea tcrvateaieg tta (armory I
ve ea icrfa:ew:eg tte Carmr.y
i, therrf.T. the e-cocy .f ti
o ssy jrat ice iwxcvraov caoaot wi
without New Verk and It tt equally cb-
ti.,ui tv.s tf ih. t.-! w"vi,.i
phv aad VtoOrra-rr;l la exjk.a ' ! " !uJ IWunx by a
leg the-.r rep-t!v aui us at tkia ft'""1 io ttl u'"
rrt;cu'.ar t:. tte Kcihi t-l.caa elec- i ,fr w -.:.: ted'4t'.ia. VI
tkns wiU be t.ut.tg B-.orw or Wit ",4,'" l sisk-a,
tkaa a Keputliraa krvvx-Wfcoa. What
the Amerieaa l-eoj 1 se aad. w::!s..ut
much d'fEVw'.ty, uaJers'aBd. ia that ',
the IVter.cy ea hsrJ'y b4 I a pes !
sHH.n id gru lt touiitry aatil it
it at.i to gv'va l:f Att If that
coesu!CH-a!!oa hs bo ach:4 ' Sv nJ " rvwtnia li t'.s
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