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BY fcifARY VEREUX
WTM fLLUSrPATIOpO flY DOM C. WiUSON
CHAPTER XX. I
Tli following day, I.flue, acrom
avail led by rterre and Nto, mailt
banty trip to Khell Island, where ha
found all an ha had left It. and re
ceived a hearty welcome from all hla
follower. lnt when, early In the aft
ernoon, he returned to Grande Torre,
It was to a scene of great excitement.
An Kngllsh warship a brig was to
1 won In the offing, and a boat from
it, bearing whit flax. wa approarh
Inn the Island.
I-aflue went himself In a boat to
meet the stranger, which a ha taw
through glass held, beitdea Ita
crew, two office la the English nav
The officers Introduced themselves
Capt. Lochyer and McWllllem. of
Hla Majesty' navy, bearer of a Do
sage from Col. Nlcholli, commander of
the force In Florida. t Capt. Jean 1
fltte. "Commandant at Darataria."
"I will take the message, gentle
men," paid LaBtte. when they had tat
ted their errand. "a It It not quite
possible that you will be permitted to
land on the Inland."
At thla the officer conferred with
each other In low tones; then the one
who had Introduced himself aa Cap
lain Lockyer. and who was the senior
of tb two, addressed himself to Ia-
"We cannot do thla. Our order are
to ae CapL. I-afltte himself, and to
place the message in his hands."
-ery wen. gentlemen; le It ao. re
plied lafitte. "Rut la that ease I must
Insist, for your own welfare, that you
go ashore in my boat, tearing your
own to lie off the Island. "
The Englishmen consented to th!
and the boats were brought side by
lde. so that the officers might board
the Baratarian craft.
The outlaws, wondering and excited
and with arms ready for use. stood
watching the retnrnlrg boat, wherein
the hated English, uniforms showed In
pli.ee. and I Invite you on the following
turns. Your property shall be guaran
teed lo ynu, and your persons protect
ed. In return for which I ak yon to
erase all hostilities axainxt Spain, or
he allies of Oreat Hrltaln: your ship
and vessel to be placed under the or
!ers of the commanding officer on this
station, until your commander-in-chief
pleasure is known: but 1 guar
antee their value n all events.
"I herewith enclose you a ropy of
my proclamation to the Inhabitants of
Ixnilstana. which will. I think, point
out to you the honorable Intentions of ,
my government. You may be a useful
Instrument in forwarding them; there
fore. If you determine, lose no time."
"Should any Inhabitant be Inclined
lo volunteer their services Into His
Majesty' force, either naval or mili
tary, for limited service, they will be
received; and If any BrlllhU subject,
being at Baratarla, wit-he to return to
his native country, he will, on Joining
His Majesty" service, receive a free
When he finished reading, which he
had done with a rapidity suggestive of
carelenesa. lfltte refolded the
papers, placed tbem in their cover, aud
slipped the package Inside his coaL
Capt. Lockyer was the first to speak.
Now. Capt. Lafltte. what have yon
to say to us. that we may report to
He spoke cheerfully and confidently,
as if there could be no doubt of l-a-fitte'i
ready acquiescence In the pro
posal. "Do these papers cover the entire
matter?" demanded Lafltte, ignoring
"Not altogether." began Capt. Mc
Wllliams; then he paused and looked
at Lockyer. as If preferring that the
Utter should explain.
Thl he did by enlarging npon the
manifest and great advantages to re
sult for the "Baratarian commandant
and hi follower by acceding to the
"Are w ta undtrstand, sir, that this Is your decision?"
s-cmlng frlend'ln with their own
f"!loas and leaJer. Hut when I-afiU
stepped ashore, he bade them disperse,
and motioned his guests to precede
him up the pathway leading from Ui
They lost no time la doing IM. scru
Halted keenly by th resentful and
still puttied outlaws, who. when tha
scarlet uniforms disappeared Inwld
tha fort wlln IaAU. began muttering
among themselves a to tha meaning
of thla elrangw proceeding.
I-afllte. going to a buffet at on end
en th room, took from It severs! cut
glss decanter and glasses, which, to
gether with a large silver box filled
with cigar. h placed Upon tha table.
Term it in to offer you a glass of
wine, or brwrdy, gentlemen." h said.
"Then you may proceed to talk, for I
am at your service. I am Jean Ijtfltie.
th 'commandant' if such 1 may be
il!ed at Itaralarla."
Itoth officer stared at him In undis
guised amaiemeuL Then they again
looked at on, smtther, but lxw as If
for mutusl c mi fort, while they began
to ninmlle confue apologtt s.
"rrv-eil." 1-aflUif repeatel, paying
no bred to their dUoiinOlure. "What
1o you want wl!h me what can any
fug' Ih colonel hae to say to Jean
Indite of Uvitktan that Jean IjiBtt
can rarw to heart"
leaning bark in ht chair, he folded
til arms, and lxvktd slesdily at the
Capt. Ijockyer rose, ard drawing
from tha pocket t his coat a sealed
package, laid It upon the table, nar
where lafltte's arm was renting
"There," said CapL lx-kycr, r n ta
in g hi teat, "Is a motU luiportant
communication, intrusted to us by Col.
Nuholt. for couvetanco to your
hacd. W have orders to await your
Tb paper ran as follows:
"I have arrived in the Kloridss for
the purpose of anno)ing the only eno
my (iret llrltain has In the world, a
Krsnre and Ki.rlanJ are now friends.
"I call on you. with your brav fol
lowers, to enter Into the ervlc of
(teat ltrltaln. In which )ou shall have
the grade of a captain; land wt'.l be
arlrea lo you all. In proportion to your
ri-pt, rank, on pc taking
proposition, entering the service of His
KrUsnnlr Msje(y, and plsc;ng all
their veils under the eoulrol of the
l.Ctlsh. lie added, with much Ira
irvsslvrncsa. that, beetle the rank of
captsln In the HrttUh tavy. he was
authorled to promise lafltta the sum
of thirty thousand dollar In gold.
lwoue, Irstead of replying, walked
to th fireplace, and standing beneath
the pictured face of bis Idol, Nspuleon
whose eyes seemed lo be regarding the
group with cold Intelligence, looked
down at the two seated men. Ills
hinds wer rlaied behind him. and
his eyes held a glider that ass menac-
Genllemea." he said. "I agree with
you In ssylng that the mstter Is
mot lmjHrtsnt ore. for tr.e. as well as
for yourselves so Important u me
that t cannot decide It as speedily a
you seem to espect. but must have a
few hours In which to gtvo It proper
Hoth c-Wcer !iKei nnoyel. and
Capt McWilUam riKlu!atei.
"How rsu you n!b!y tiee.l to re-
rect upon a pttpsi promiNliig so
much for you In ih way of wealth and
position, aa aralnst an enemy who baa
proscribed you. and bisiuied you with
Infamy? It la very Important that we
lose no time In pushing the opeistioa
already planned afaicst loser l.ouisi
ana We nut act at tMiwe; and as
siKin we obtain wciiHlon here, our
army will penetrate Into the upper
country, to make a juueiion with our
force (mm Csrada."
"It WiMiUl appewr. said IjDtte. aa
he threw the remnsnt of his cigar Into
the flreplsce and took another from
th bo, "that you count upon no pos
sible failure In your pluus."
"failure!" repeated Capt. Ijvkver
hi face gluning with confldeuc. "In
deed. no. Our plan of rstnpalgn Is
perfected, and we are certain of sue
ces. ReKsrdlng our char.ces. I ill
tell you that we mpwt eicellent r
suit from an insuirertlon of the
laes. to whom we shall offer free.1om
as th re sard for aiding Great llrll
The col. I Indifference of I-aflUn'i
face tutted to sudjen terunei..
"IV you know anything of the negro
nattirw. and how It would show Itself
imVr such 1" urjlar.r-n?" fi I
nsnd.'d. addlna. t -for lby could -er
Mo), "I do; a1 I warn you tial
thnt you pro(x rti)tg would ba
eijulvaleiit lo uixl.ali.ing the Jetrf.s
of b !l."
The I'.!ilhtnen looked uncoti.f.rt
side; but Ijockyer muttered fo-,ch!tig
sImmiI ":he fonune of wv.r," snd M'.
Wlllisms said- "lint th cruelty of the
negroes ran sdd little. frer all, to tha
pUMMiment It hss btel) decided lo In
flict Ux.n New ()!inti The city )
to be given oer to fire snd pillage"
This arnonno-rnetit, msde wl'h
foiiKilHrg of a dramatic sir, did lxt
s1 in to msk the rpe-td Impression
ujKm I efltte; for be passed It by, and
said. Mtmewliat Impatiently, and wlh
nnmlvlakable decision. "I reieat that
I canno rer ton ('frte morrlr.g;
snd such tielng Hie case, ! must r
quet that you remain her over
The two officer had risen, and now
stood before hlin, their faces showing
mingled conMernation and anger.
"Are we to understand, sir, that thia
I your decision" demscded Capt.
Lockyer excitedly. '
You re. mile yon see fit to give
tip all further negotiations with me.
Id case yoo accept what I suggest,"
answered tafltte, "you will send an or
der for your crew to return to the brig,
and to com for you at noon to-morrow."
The tone of quiet authority accom
panying the words appeared to leav
no alternative for the Britleh officers.
who could only nod their assent, evi
dently deeming It more diplomatic to
check the anger showing in their
l-sf.Ue smiled, and moved toward
"Now I must leave you; bnt I will
place you In the care of Sciplo. a
faithful old servant, who will attend
to your comfort-"
They bowed stiff! y. and he went out.
cloning the door after him; and the
officer beard him lock it. and remov
Sciplo soon appeared wilh a lighted
lamp. This he placed opon the table,
and. taking notice of those present.
proceeded lo work, with the result
that, la a few minutes, a cheery fire
was blazirg. And. as the Englishmen
drew their chair to the hearth, th
old negro closed and barred the heavy
shutters. beide placing for the night
an Irou bar across the already locked
"We seem to be prisoner, rather
than guests." remsrked Capt. McWiA
liams. in a tone too guarded for his
word to resch the partially dwf ear
of 8e:plo. who was busy at the table
"It is a cheap price to pay. after all
if It results in bringing him over to
us." said Ijockyer, In the same low
tore. "Tboe hand of his. and bi
manner. the whole 'cut of hi Jib.'
suggest the idea of hi being quite able
to hand a lady her fan with tha grace
of a courtier; but they also suggest to
me. at least, hla ability to clutch an
enemy by the throat and hurl him over
a cliff, or make him walk the plack
(To be continued )
J fair Penitent'
AN EASTER CAROL
Day Drtflrn f Our S !' Olorlou
Resurrection f rom lh Tomb
COLD IN THE EAST.
Imment Amount of Precious Metal
Waiting for th Minr.
"I belW-v I hat from Halifax to Ten
nessee. In a line winding around
tl.rouch Maryland. Virginia and ithe
Carolina, there la going to be a re
habilitation tif gold mining." said Col.
A. B. Hun. of Montgomery county,
MJ., at the National last week, says
the Washington Post. "When the
miners went West in 18t they left
this very field I am speaking of, and
afier that field was explored they
came back to a richer field in Colo
rado, which they bad entirely over
looked. After a time they went to
Alaska, and Just a short time ago rich
flcMs were found In Nevada, from
which millions hsve been extracted.
Hut it seems to be tittle known that
rl.'ht around this neighborhood of
Mr land and Virginia there are rich
deposits of the precious metal.
think It would surprise many people
to know '.hat not long ago la my coun
ty some gold was astyed that yielded
to the ton, while the averag
wa It to 1 10. In another place there
!.H)u waa dug up In one day, and all
this by entirely crude method. It
run through a vein of quart some
eighty feet down. Nesr Great Fall
even veins hve been opened from
tliie lo Iwer.ly feet wide, hi Colo
rado mining capitalist a day or two
ago bought Kix acre of land In that
locality for the very purpose of ex
plorlng (bis. It Is not confined to
that locality, either. I have driven In
my btiirey t'.Hl mile from Maryland
lon through tbe Carolina and have
found many places where the Same
conditions prevail, la South Carolina
there are mountain of Iron ore that
have neer been touched. I tell you
tb mineral resource of the eastern
South re unknown."
brun at Nighl
li.-rl'u u at It bcl al night, a)
a trawler. They have discovered th
secret of electric lighting, and when
loplo step out from their office and
thou at c.nhi aud nine o'clock at
pIkM. It Is Into an enchanted city.
Tba solid pa'acet, the monstrou stat
ues, the enormous house and wide
spaces of the (org and stately streets,
ar then oft and gracious with a
fairy radiance. It Is a city not only
of prosperity, but of pur delight. Th
hcatlneaa of th bulMlugs and th
rigidity of their line are blurivd and
toftcneA. In the clear northern air
the mii!:on larcpa biasing front th
walls of h.iicti. sninlng across the In
terminable streets, and glowing In a
straight line down the whispering a v.
enu-s. have o:nethlcg tf the magic
gentlfm s and sensuous Inspiration of
an Arabian eu ry. You bejin to thick
BrUn I the greaimt city In tt
The QutU Mur l lbs f Im IM Inwr at
lbs tHM-Ty CtWeSral as law lte4iM I mmer SUrstaw tseiasie xkm
1l-e ii'il lr rli liinu the i fc.u',
M'linliln In t.; K'rgiy i'jt,
lie r,e ir:.,n,t.i-rt Itotil tie ir.
An J brol e the titj f n tnl hgte.e
Kr-trr'rg f-"t7i ti.e yr3e'ii rey K'ti 9"
jiit the h'tttme gs?e, to gti'
lie Istiied the terror of tbe tomb.
A radiant iint.ine onju-rs e'gh ..
Tlie majestic organ's noble s'rsln
P-al out in rap'urons rouniiay.
As throtbiig Ht fierce God ike pa n.
And (tm tbe isiijisrd in the Jrsy.
How freh each rir?.n s roslf fae
As pure as lDtes rtret"b-d In dew.
Their lustrous eyes, their fawn like grace,
Sweet en 'hue &'. so siatK a and uu.
One trijts demurely down the aitle
As aitiesa as sny nut brown Bvaid.
You wat'h the piquant, tender smile
Tbe ahen lp of lken braid.
As timorous as fcy ten-ier fawn.
Thit isrguid cTTt sweet savory grass
And franUiv greets tbe pure eyed Iasn
You wstrb the scjft ee! lasrie pas.
So shy and virrinsi her air.
As pnlve ss some senrh bright.
The radiant ha'o of bcr hair.
As rich sunshine to the s'.rhL
She kneels so meekly In tiie pew
With eyes d mure and dalmy mien,
Nea'h oriel windows rio'.et tue.
That filter radiance o'er the seae.
You like to see ber ros -leaf face
Blush like pal lily in the sun.
You nierk the supp'e. girlish grace.
The high bred pallor of tbe nun,
Y'mt watch her violet dewy eyes.
The Inky eyebrow' silken sbaie
That mitk her glance of arch surprise.
And sanctifies tbe tender maid.
Like some rich Jewel in the gloom.
She seems lo hi!e ber beauty rar,
Tfce swinging r-er.ser' rich perfume
Ppj'ls Incense on the tranced air.
Touched wi:h Ce ilia's tender grace
She dawns seme truant from the skies.
You mark be pure patrician face.
The starry splendor of fcer eye.
Th boyish beauty cf tbe priest,
Csived ivory crucifixes glow.
Rich splendid scnlpture from tbe Hist,
Tbe Sonorous Latin's stately flow.
Tbe tapering spire that frc-nts the sky.
The big tabernacle's saintly glocm.
Li'v browed Madonna's wistiu! eye
The baby Savior's destined doom.
The sun seems ,pcing in the sky
Rejoicing on tl.the Faster Pay.
Tbe (wallows twitter, poine and Cy.
The seagull drift o'er foaming spray,
And Nature !eck b?relf In green
To greet the ccmlng of the spring.
TSe lialrey breote blows soft sertn
To kail the triumph of tbe King.
Y'ou l'rrer round tbe stately ylare.
The bich altar gleams like fairylsad.
Yuu ree the Madonna' Raphael face.
The yours Acolyte In boyish tand.
You hear the rich Grerotian org
1-ike elfin strains from fairy seas.
The famUhed p::gri2ia eager thrcng.
Tte inrcnte tra.l'.cg on the bntze.
.Id the Rauctuary's Ivory shrice,
Tbe faintly prclste kneels and pray.
I would such tranquil peace were mine
A wanderer by urh&i'oard way.
My musire fsncy call the pat
Of boy!h hopes nd bovti-h fears.
Youth' raiilart rsintxw ci;u'.d not last,
Kumpitlieii in grey mist of tear.
The Lord Is risen peals the rr.ime.
The O'gan thunder forth his praise.
And surre like some sonorous rhyme
That swd.'s l:ke Homer deathless lay.
How frefh. hw soft each girlish sor.g
That charrrs and soorbes the spellbound is
That irrmi to barlsh grief and wrong
And brings the cynic grudging tear.
The belfry' rhttrie are p aling clear
In the turret of the clr.tured tower
As exorrlx'.ng grief and tear
And wafting in blithe Taster bonr.
Tbelr crjsial cadence soothes the ear
And soi-in to weave a honeyed spell
Tbelr carols bring the angels near
The lxird is risen all Is well.
I am the Resurrection and the life
Thus spake the 1 ord to sioffr.g fne.
Cro sheatbe your sword and cease your strife;
I banih grief and car and woe.
Comit nined to death upon a tree.
IWnit-d 1 ke a th.ef to bang in paB,
My suRering set the nsikvcs tree.
My sacrifice, the sicctrs gain.
All ball the glorious Taster morn
Thst tamed the terror of tbe torch;
IVeath citadel was wreectrd and tova.
The Kssicr li'.'.e bourgeon t i-nwa.
Tbe lilslcg t-un of Christ oa Mth ;
Its gr-Vit-n radisoie warms the p:s:n
Ti e PsvUtr taught us bow ta die.
!". goii'.en radit'-nc warms C pl!n
jAVis E. k:nseixa.
Registry liviloa CI. u ago t.Sce.
Advancing Old Acjc
mm mca s!j irs w-miS tmm
Ht Ci. Je.,, t
v. ' ' r :
tV.Uasii if ii.ii awl 3 s-
mUA aW mwin faai'syi at asaa. Fm
mmmr i jwi im Fata Sea ks Waat sa&s-
ts m ac; wisai m
VswdWy's Tmtai Cram afjiil fJm!y
1 vxmm JKmm 4n
mm as k KM n4
1 bkt Vwfiwjrf hcM Vary.
1 TW - Faoa6 Cm.
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1 Saw " tmm rwpSVx.
wtw f tS "wer mfS
XnrMm fror aw Bf&aemmaL.
THE ANDREW JERCEWS CO,
"Do row Lia tal glriT'
T6'2, I rvier leaa tLat way.
P.acir j at Kaeiwaa City.
Tfc Ksjvsm CSiy Jecite Ci r3 fcl
x t f tie grwvx saw cf tt ia.ua. ow-
pjiaijur Ayrj. et saai Mtl iisr.
una srt Lrr.-rg fcy le r Ium4 trva
9tar racidLg aacr.
A intrte la tie only kfcow wrrtaa
MY WIFE'S fEOPLE COHING."
Younsster Mrs Not Scientific
"Therw la a woman of my aevjuamt
tnce." ka lr, kV.on, "who fcs mote
ecu with rvspett to srieriifie hsi.n
han las a whole colony of h:cic j ! at'.msl I te ever sees. TkU
rt.is woithy lady cu d!curs ici.it j dvr. k.y is f.d -f ari-' He grand
luently. erhrr with profeKiCI or S la--t f!! )n cur orv.ard aid we ns'crj
"lVitske are coaJJere4 "uptl.
said a uturt.aEhe. "Vy Jitt'e g'.rl.
though, ha a doekey that is the w
i!th layman, concerning th rUkt that
e huu. sc. take wiih utensils that
tave not been properly sieriitted. Sfce
t unn.istakably up on niicrxbc aud
"A friend wa on Jay ergared la
tint creation with the lady, which ia
lJenta!' touched upn her bobbv.
it.n the liiil girl of the houxboU
"'Mamma.' she satJ. 'I would bke to
ro over to Kaiharlti fvr a tnlru'.e '
"'And why?" aske4 th Bo'.kerl
""h, explained the acientifcal'y
eared yourt:trr to the ntter bi.rrr
t her careful mother, 'I lent fcer xuy
rum )en!er'sy. and tow I want 11 tuy-te'.f.-"
Ni Yoik TlBi.
Aurusg h.s ft, i f that the -fir i:s
aj'prrv4 f ro:a tte trvr ta aa aa.s'r.j
"Was tbe do.Wy stewiiag tiseiw
We watched iiie aud fvAtnd that h
was, InieeJ tii robber. Caa Jum 1m
asitte bow fce g.. tie irU- frv ia th
" Tte l-Uie rmM-l o:'d pck mil a
w'.l li tr. fcwes x. p to It ar.i i!ck
the truck a tard a he ovu'J w:i t!
hu d less. Tte tree wvuld rvk and
skw ftMa up m U-- wuk tlw
k iks auJ dva tie atte wotiM f'l
ia a gtet ih'tM, Thva th tB!.:
gvst di.r.kcy w!J eat at fci leisure
th fvV.t tteve4 ne th gtasa."
hsd a aaiendU artsitar la
Western Canada. .
Caxada Inrcaa til year I woticr-
fc'"y great a4 euBEiiierabiy ahetv-1 of
axy prev-.cas year. It ta always tsler
esticg lo to wto eoatexplata aao-v-
itg to read expression of cpitioB
troai USose lir'.tLg ia ttm ooostrr. It
ia therefor our pieassrw to reprodsea
tte following. wn:tea to aa Agent cf
the OoTtreBseat a4 forwar44 to
tb lax.:gra'--oa Eranch of th Oepaxv
xnl of th Interior at O.tawa:
B:rcS HH:, Sast, Caaajf. r&.X.CS
Dear Sir: 1 take ieasvr ia rop
pttg yoa a few Lne to let yoa Laowr
bow ww a-e getsg a'ocg sp her and
how w l.x th tUre, We bar bea
ksre clo on to a year now and ti.lak
the place I f te. W tar beea svt
very day U.U wia'.er wort leg la ti
bosh getting oit logs for builiings.
etc, gu;gg raiU for feacai. W
kave not suffered wi-.a ti cclj aa
avach as w did la Chicago. My Ut
0 boy ar oet every day wi'A their
sleighs fcavirg a good lim. T4 low
est th tesperatur has fe-ees til
winter 1 II beiow, as! it la very U:L
We kal a y!ea4'.J issatr. W
?ot up aboct i& toes c hay ax4 w'.Ii
kave aboct 90 toes to sel. Hay
bring $ per toa now aai win bw
kgttr in the apriag. W cava ii
acre brvke and ready for crop. W
worked on ti Caa. Nor. Ey. foe
aafci.e tht sastser and aia Just S
ciles frva tk K. R- asd Iowa s-'lw
rt steel U aU !i4 t within t
sxZes of th river aaj a r.ea sea
is train brtig'Eg titftlie foe U
My wife' people ar eoielcg p
about May. t wlsa yow MUd wrttw
then asd If thee saould b any oaw
oeailtg to Prirc Albert that eowld d
with a fealf a car Ut then kaow. Tbe
komestead ara :i takea as wit'j a
12 ri of wa t often thiak If tal
laad wer oc'y ta tba State wkat a
rasa there would be. It I tie new
est laad aJ 9oat prodvKllv I vr
r. tti te c'lTt'f 1 O. K.
I know that p-'('! xck tfeer tist
I writ to io i believe t when I
writ tteni wtst a ifimJ J wteter
ar fcaviag Tkey tti.uk ar a. I
frown an. W tav oaly about t
ineke of scow, and therw ar r".::
a th rscje tta ksv not b-a
rowtded ep tt.i wla'.er f'wy " day
th Ther rae o? to (4 aai -. ssi
I 1 teUet k kad a day
ill winter list It s'-tved at trx,
Vy wl' sa; lb st w d to ti.'sk
Cat lero was cold t Cticaga Fat
doel ar.isd it on b!L C&rstscsa
a'cht went oat aud d-o i nx'.'r
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