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BY ivfAKY &EVEIIEUX
MTM iLLUSTPATTOrO BY DOM C. VVUON
Night la New Ortean. where the
former gay life of tbe street bad for
Viacy tffkl been hushed by tb
tarewiened calarul'y of aa attack, or
Tb air of the city, mtirgy and life
leaa the thur.der shower of the
cny had left It, w still more un
bearable Inutile the wall of the gaol,
where, on the upper foor, in a op 11
whose one narrow, iron barred win
dow faced the east, lay Pierre Lafitie.
Tbe gaoler's wife rame In with
Jug of water, and filling a cup, held
It to the stricken man's lips while
gently raisins his head.
"M nieur Pierre, I trust you will cot
be angry with tne that I sent thin
afternoon to Father Phlllpe. and ak
d that a priest bo sent here for your
Is it Father rhilipe of the Coeur
de St. Jean?" he asked.
"Surely, m'sieur; and a saint him
self." she answered quickly.
"Very well, then madatne; you may
fcnj the priet to me." said Pierre,
wearily, and wouderir.R If by any
chance bo might here Cud a channel
through which to communicate with
Jean; for he had recalled the name
a that of ono of the latter's friend.
The woman coon returned, brlrging
a lighted lamp, which she placed upon
The floor, near the foot of the bed.
and. Pierre, closing his eye to shut
am ay the glare, did nut we the tall.
Hack-robed form that entered with
ber, and then motioned her to leave
As she did so, the priest walked to
the window and stood looking out. hit
back turned to (he bed, until the last
echo of the woman's fxtfsteps died
away. Thn striding hastily to the
ioor. he rloi-ed it softly, and. throw
ing hark hi coal, revealed the pale
face of Jean Lafltte.
"Pierre, my brother." te said, tak
ing care to lower his passionate voice
to almost a whicper. fc dropwd
upon his knees beside the bed. "My
poor Pierre, tell me who has brought
this upon thee."
Pierre smiled, as his hut fingers
clapped the cool ones that seemed
throbbing with passion and revenge.
NCr y J ' 1 '
Truly had Pierre' premonition been verified.
"Nay." he murmured; and bis voire,
although weak, held et a note of old
time humor. "Nay. Jean, that would
t a piirile wbe answer la beyond
me. The bullets thai found mo were
meant for any one of us, and the
anifethrust In my aide was given by
man I never saw before. And." be
added grimly, after a BtSment's pause,
"no other on earth will ever receive
thrust from him."
"Then thou didst not leave fclm for
me lo deal with?"
"No; f.w I loft the blade of my knife
In bis brart. Hut ah. my Jean, what
treacherous work It was- whst a bae
veturu for thr frabkuet and generoa
Jtjl" Jean tossed bis head Impatiently.
Ix t u not watte time In talking
of that. There Is row but one thlug
to i ouxl.liT, my brother, and that la
1h gi'ltlng of thee from this place.
It I for that t have come, and as
ixn a I knew thou'werl hurt. Father
Ptililp has every rt'n to help me;
o I -nt to Mm. ft'l'.r.g that a prlent
would not be denied thee. Fortune
lielpetl tue tilt more, hen a ttieut-n-ger
came from the gaoler's wife to
rather I'll Hi Mlng that hi mlr.'.s
trstlons were neasled liy thee. His
conscience trmibusl Mm. but be let
me have my way f r tonl;bt. and
wilt himself come to see thee In the
"Old the woman s-nd Mm word
ttat PUrre Ijifltte was dluf " asked
the wounded man.
Jean started to bla feet.
"Sny l such a thing, my rierre.
tr she Ah. It waa but the silly thought
of a woman: and I cannot, with pa
tience, hear thee repeat It."
He seemed cheered by bla own
words and his voice had Its usual riug
of confldeuce and declion.
"I will soon have thee out or this."
be resumed, a he stood beside the
bed, "and don to Shell Island, where
every comfort shall be thine. Hut.
first of all, let me take a look at thy
apartment and It surroundlnga."
He gtsured about the cell, taking la
every detail uf Its ahspa and con
struction; thea, going ti the window.
he was looking out, when Pierre aald.
In a voice so solemn as to sound ut
terly unlike Ms own. Tome back.
Jean: come and sit on the bed, beside
me. as thou dldit when we were boys
together In I-anguedoc. I am dying,
and thank God that I can die with
thee near me. Having this. I sk for
nothing more. The surgeon told me
that If tbe blood came again from
my aide I must reckon my life by min
utes, and the blood Is coming now,
my brother. Nay, never mind." as
Jean started Impulsively "for thou
canst do nothing. Let me talk to
thee; that is all."
He stopped for a few moments, as
If to gather strength; and when he
spoke again his tone was more In
cisive. "Jean. I can see It all as It will be,
if thou wilt do as I say. Go to the
rovercor In person, or. better still,
go to Jarkfon when he shall come.
Rnew the offer, and show the orlel
ral papers sent to thee by the Eng
lish. I heard that Clailmrne would
hsTe accepted thy proposition, but
tit ovtr-ruled by the other. I b-g.
as the last thing I can ask of thee on
earth, to show the papers to Jackson.
Promise me to do this, and all wlU
be well with thee and thine."
Another brief silence, and then Jean
answered with a passion he tried vain
ly to repress. "I would not, to save
my life, give this promise to another.
But. my Pierre, as thou hast asked It
from me jes."
Tbe moun's rays bad stolen up until
the shadows of tbe window-bars lay
arrot-s the clasped bands, and strug
gled faintly along the whitewashed
wall, untouched by the light from the
dimly burning lamp.
"Then can I go In peace." bad come
like a aiea from the paling lips, as
Jean's head was laid against Pierre's
"Put out the lamp." added the dying
man. "let ua have only the moon
This done, Jean resumed his place
by tbe bed, and aeain took the hand
lying so white in the moon rays.
A deep, struggling sigh stirred the
. 7 YSaV vT .vfNi
'Mp! ' lit
"What Is It, my Pierre art thou in
There was no reply.
"Pierre, my brother, tell me art
thou In pain?" Jean repeated, con
scious that the hand be held lay
heavy, and was grolng cooler.
He laid It tenderly on the coverlet,
and. rising, pulled the bed out. so that
it was bathed In a flood of moonlight.
The whitening radiance touched the
half parted lips and wide-ttpen eye
of a face whose cold pallor would
sbow even whiter In the mornings
Trtly had Pierre's premonition
lwen verlfled; never wotild those
slfchilva e.vea thold the Franco be
bad louged to seo once more.
The morning of September 14 was
clear and rlotu! !, ih tbe brisk
led dlteti.llng the canvas of ). II.
M. brig "Sophia," as she msde ber
way toward the littio island off the
F.at Pats known a "The Turtle."
There had !. n little doubt among
the Kncllkh as to Ijifltte's dectuhin,
and their opinion had been strengthen
ed to a certainty by reason of the
recent attsck upon Itaiwtaiia. the de
tails of which bad been reported to
It was therefore with a very com
parent mind that Capt. Un-kjer look
ed ahead on the little Inland llug on
the heaving water, with the noonday
heat shimmering In a danle of prls
nstlc coloring over Its gre-n growths.
He was son athore, and glanced
around expectantly, but no one was to
be sm. His eyes were attracted by
a large piece of white paper, out
spread upon the Impaling thoma of a
buoh only a few yards off. He went
toward It. and soon resd what wrought
a decided change la nia expression of
complacency, besides bringing an
oath from hi lips.
Then, plucking the paper from the
bunh. h cruohed It In bis band, and
tutr.lng atout, went back to his boat,
where, with a look of disappointment
and rage that toid bla crew of some
thing having gone wrong, he ordered
them to puh oft
Tha paper be was carrying bsrfc fa
(he "Sophia" a the result of bla
mission contained only then words:
"8"pt. 14, 1 814.
"I will accept no favor from, aal
conclude n terms with those who
make allies of Indiana, who Incite
flares to Insurrection, and whose own
cruelty matches well that of their aav
Prison door were not ao easily
opened as in the past. Uluche and
lopei were still under coufinetneot,
together with their crew, and tha re
cently captured IJaratartan.
The day at Obeli Island passed
monotonously. Once. In October. Im
fine made a trip to I .a Tete des Eaug,
where he found only l.sislie and Mad
ame Rlelet. Gen. 1 a Roche's sister,
who had. for the present, ckjsed ber
New Orleans house, and was stopping
in what her brother considered a
The general himself spent much of
his time In the city, and Msdemoi
selle de Cazeneau was now at Kanau
bana. where ter grandfather was
After hearing from Laralle of Rose,
and her loneliness, picturing her be
side her grandfather's deathbed, and
recalling the look upon ber uprait-d
face when he left her. and the words
she had uttered. LaStte longed to see
her. If only to extend fcU sympathy.
That she would have heard of t!s
disaster there was little doubt; for
Lazalie bad met him with both hands
extended and a dimness of tears !n
her eyes as she said, "Csptain Jean,
I am so glad to see you again, and
that you were not forced to accept
the" governor' hospitality. And we
were all so sorry for your brother's "
She hesitated, and Iafitte said
quietly, but with unmistakable firtn
fess, "I thank you truly. Iazalle: I
understand what you would say. and
thank you for It. Hut please let us
talk of something else."
Mindful of Rose's love for mar?h
lilies, he bad brought a large bunch of
them frrm Shell Island, where they
grew in great luxuriance and be-jty.
and now banding them to Latalie. be
requested that she give them to Made
moiselle de Cazeneau, with bis com
plimects. "Then you will not go over to Ka
nauhana to-day?" she asked, whi'.a In
haling the fragrance of the flowers.
Before he could reply. Madame Rie
fet, who bad entered the room ana
overheard Uazalie's question, exclaim
ed, volubly. "Is It not pitiful to think
of that poor child over there, with
only the negroes about her and that
snappy old P.arbe! Mercy! When I
waa ber age the very idea of seeing
any one die would make me Cy from
She spoke theatrically, with uplifted
brow and raised hands; for the er
ratic, fashionable Madame was. In per
son and manner, more decidedly
French than was her brother.
Madame RIefet's frivolous remark
brought before Jean the picture of
that little Island where te had first
seen the figure, scarcely more than a
child's, clad in a ga!y frinited buck
skin Jref.s. with beaded legcinps and
moccasins, and c!;nr,'.ng to a still form
from which the bnath haj but Just
"Sl-ak once rix'W to yo:r l;'le
Rose!" she had wai'.ed. Ar.d he. hard
ened by frequent contact with desth.
could not. until row. realize the fuj
depth of such sorrow.
He realiied It tow. when be ba4
that moonlit cell to ren:m!er; the
dead face lying In the silver radiance;
the unseeing eye: the parted hps.
forever mute, but which, a morsest
before, were murmuring word that.
In all the year agone. were for him
and his welfare.
This It waa that made Jean I.a
title's face look pale and his msnncr
seem stem. as. after forcirg himself
to listen for awhile to Madame RIe
fet's volatile chatter, he look bis de
parture. (To be continued )
Prof. Boons' Drchm.
Prof, ttorden P. Howne of Bcston
university Is not only a great wit. but
an Inveterate punster. One morning
la tbe philosophy class a student who
waa not willing to accept anything
until he saw It raised a great many
The professor answered Ihero a
best be could; then, looking around
the clans, remarked: "lis any one
else any cruplea?" and proceeded to
make a bad pun by adding. "If we
could get scruples enough together
we might raise a drachra among us"
To which the student replied: "Pri
fessor, a good many ptMpI take that
kind of a druihiu without any
A False Alarm.
The teal with which the souvenir
postal fiend pursue their frieud In
their endeavor to add to their Elec
tion may sometime prove embarrassing-
H 1c-!;:iig her of bis va
cation plane, which. It ecems, hovered
between a trip to Europe or a vUit to
"Either place will suit me." she
rommeuted. He looked startled, gazed
wildly at the door, and wondeivd bow
be could make hi eocapv.
"Yea." she went on. reflectively, "I
need some cards from the WW In
dies, and then there 1 ttat new set
Just Issued In Kr.g!and--th lshuy
aerlea which I positively must have."
President Eliot and th Small Boy.
President Kllot of Harvard college,
alway enjoy the quick retorts of
small bovs In the street. On one oc
casion a little urchin looked up cur
iously at him. and I'res'.Jeot Kb4
aald: "Hello, boy. what time la it by
"IXinno" came the retort, "Vila
alat runiun'; is your?"
HISTORIC CMICKAMAUO PARK
A BLAZE WITH ILLUMINATION.
United '! System ef LgMinj Milk
tsrjr Poet Prenewwceel &! r'no'y
Successful Sla and OnMtf Mile
Of Mains sty-Five strt Llanta,
Cblekawsoga Pr C. May II
Tbe United State government ba hr
In operation one of the largest arey
ln gs plant la th world. Tti uni
tary post at the entrance of the histor.
leal Chifkaaisuia battleGeld wbr
thirty thousand L'cloa and Confederate
aoldler wera tot la the mrnoribis
batil of fi-pt. 1 Dd t. 1IC3. coE-alc
about on hundred buildings, tha
seventy-five principal one of which ar
lighted with acetylene. To accom
plish thl si I and ene-half mile of
main and two mile of service pipe
ar In use, while sixty five street
lamp brilliantly illuainate the ave
nues of th post.
In 1203 tbe War Department In
stalled a test acetylene plant at Fort
Meyer. Virginia. Tbe result were
so gratifying and the superiority
of the lllumlnant so evident that the
government, March 29, 19v4. placed
the contract for the Chlckamauia
plant. In which every citizen of the
United State should have his pro
rata of pride.
But the government bas not con
fined it acceptance of acetylene to
this military post. Since becoming
satisfied of the efficiency, superiority
and economical advantage of this
particular lllumlnant. the United
States ha Installed .a number of
plants In Indian schools and other gov
Acetylene gas is one of the simplest
a well aa the most perfect of artificial
lights. It is made by tbe contact
of water and carbide, (a manufactured
product for sale at a nominal price).
Is absolutely safe and gives a beau
tiful white light soothing to the eyes
and nerves. It can be produced any
where In the farm tome, tbe village
atore, tbe town ball, the churrb and
I so easily maicta'ned as to
be practical for all classes.
It is a matter for national corr'a'u
!a;!on that in bea::fylcg so historic
a spot as Chickamauga. nothing but
the best. icdud:cg the lighting sys
tem, bas ben deemed good eno-jt
't the Ar''"" rcf-j
A woman ha sto be mighty pretty
to make you feel It would be a shame
to expect ber to know how to have
good things to eat.
Try me Just once and I am aur to
eome again. ltf.no Starch.
The unfortunate man's friend al
ways live a long way off.
ULCERS FOR 30 YEARS.
Painful Eruptions From Knees to Feet
Seemed Incurable Cuticura
Another of those remarkable cures
by Cuticura. after doctors and all el
had failed, is testified to by Mr. M.
C Mos of Gainesville. Texas, in the
following letter: "For over thirty
year I suffered frtm painful ulcer
snd an eruption from my knees to
feet, and could fr.d neither doctor
ror medicine to help me, unl.l I ased
Cuticura Soap. Ointment and Pills,
which cttred me In six months. Thev
heltud me the very Erst time I used
them, and I am glad to writ this so
that others suffering as I did may be
saved from misery."
The name of the empress of Japan
is O Haru-"spring." The came ol
the crown prince 1 Yoshl Hito.
Ar th Packer Receiving Fair Playl
When the Garfield report on the
business methods of the packer ap
pearvd. after eight month' Icvestlga
tlon. It waa severely criticised and
roundly denounced. After three
month of, publicity it is algTjlBcant
that those who attempted to discredit
It have failed to controvert tha figure
contained in that exhaustive docu
ment. The public Is beginning to no
tice this omission, and the feeling Is
rapidly growlug that the sensational
chsrges out of which the "Beef la
vestlgatkon" arose were without foun
dation. If the official statements ot
th report are susceptible of contra
diction, a good many people are row
asking why the fact and figure are
nut furnUhed to contradict ttem
The truth seems to be that most of
the charges contain unfounded sensa
tional assertions. A fisgrant exaaijle
of this ar;x stcil In a reoent article la
an Eastern tr.atacine. to the efl.xt
that "forty Iowa barks weie forrrd
to close their doors In itv3 4 bv th
Hei f Trust's man'rulatlon of cattle
price " Chief firrk Cox, of the bank
liig dcpartmeul of th Iowa Slate Au
ditor's office, has tabulated th list of
banks given In the maatice article
and has publicly del minced the siaiv
mrul as utterly uttrue. lie g;vi-s
se;varately tt reasons for each fail
ure mentioned and officially slates
that they have been caud by unwise
singulations and by rcrk banking
method. It may be well to suspend
Judgment v.pon the packers uaul th
charges agaii:sl them are proved.
Lacking tn Experience.
"Somebody who vail tlinsrlf Prof
Trent, claim that lank-l IVfoe. who
wrote 'Robinson Crusoe." waa the
trratcst liar that ever lived."
"1 guess the professor never met one
it our expert campaign liars."
General Noct. who is nvln tv
Kusiana so astonishing aa cxhiti!Kn
hi knowledge of the art of modern
ar, commenced Ms military educat
oa fighting la medtval armor wttti tt,.
ow and arrow and the soid of th
VeiVn , tare aa sJl day
lectne Iljht tys's-n.
A anmW r.t Missouri tostavaf.ra
re fttiBf Iimi rr asora.
Fish r old Vt be bttjog ktr
tka ever ia Miawwurt tres&.
Jame M. Hlrtrk. Vi llr4 U
Sedaiia t'JT f.fy eara. is dea.4.
Vr. Core ef VsrtslJ f p-s'.Arat
of th grata liai assclatVvn.
lJgh.n."Bg riir killed a tewss b
I'jeging to a farnver who I.v tax
Heury Fslrback tf .. Ivui j, tb
new dprtase, coama&4rr of the
Q. A. E.
Police Judge Dysart of Mas aad
Mia Jeasie L. pattow were tumi
Poor health caused tt erjlcide of
Mr. Edward U. Croofea avt V. oroct'er
William Wehaveyer, a youeg fara
er of Palmyra, waa kicked t ea
by a horse..
Arthur Haven, a JopUa grocer, wa
f!M cp In t: ticre a.4 t-j-li tA.
147 last wek
Mr. and Mrs. B I). Roe of Carr
ville have given Wi.r) lo
Heory Etteovn of f,ea vet, worth,
Kan wlU ret.uiid tie Xmt bojti at
3. L. Moore Is endr arrt at CyA
nmbla charged with robUag lie Hcif
The barn of J. C. Caill at Boa
worth burned last week and twelve
horse were cretnatl.
Lemuel King and Cbarle Tucker,
opposed to be counterfeiter, ax Us
ing held at Springfield.
The officers of the woIV-a mill at
St. Joseph aay they arw not to 'y
closed, but they are closed tow.
The American Baptist are ar.-an-dalized
by fteed S moot a presence la
the senate and want him expelled.
Salisbury i to have water wort.
Tbecouticil baa appointed a commt'tee
to let a contract lor boring a well.
Rev. Frank W. Saeed of Ptttfburg,
Pa, wiu preach the baccalaureate tr
taon at the state nnl verity June 4.
A Houston cciurt has given ll:t
IJzzie Marrs a ti'fii Jadgment acticst
E. R. Masse y for breach of promise.
Dr. T. P. Haley of Kansas City
presided at the dedicatory exercise-
of Lowry tall at the state university.
Burton K. Evil, a aociety man of St
Louis, committed suicide at u Lcnis
by drinking aa ounce of cariolic add.
The Carthage Pre printed aa In
dustrial edition Monday evening that
waa a credit to Carthige and Jasper
New Boston, Linn county, bas put
in a bid for fame. It is the tome of
a man named Sorge who bas a beard
sii feet Ions;.
Webb City is tbe home of a mas
103 years of age who is still able to
walk downtown and get bis "morning
morula' " daily.
The court house at Memphis ba
been declared nuuK yet none of th
county official bave given up their
job through fear.
John B. Guinn. son of a millionaire
mine owner of Georgia City, blew it
top of his head off at JoIin Thurs
day night after a spree.
Burlington Junction must he trrisg
to increase it population. It aenis
out the report that there are but
seven doga in the town.
Ralph Walton, sob of the editor of
the Armstrong Herald, is said to Us
tha youngest operator la the West.
He Is Just 13 year of age.
A Castleville barber, who closed ti
shop recently. Is said to have lost
most of his trad because he whistled
and sang "Bedella" aU the time.
Arnold Shankiia of St. Louis wants
a diplomatic Job la South America
and Josw lie OUvarew. also of EL
IxHius. would like to be minister to
Wishing to ba la a poltMai to ao
cosnmodal th public to th greatest
extent possible tii owner of the hotel
at Brimaoa has built a gx4 tara be
Any circus that aee4s a gl cornet
player caa get on at is. Th
police have oae In jail there w bora
they will rrUase tor I IS, the amount
of his tne.
Farmer a ear pineri',1 ar having
a hard time to get the yovag men
aowa that way to plow for (hen. Tke
boy would rather pick straw borne
with th glria.
Tbe new game and f.h law. watch
goes Into eftect June 1. will do much
toward cutting doa tbe number of
fish stories Vtissourian are cvoipclid
i j listen to annually.
T wo hundred raiiroaj laborers sriv
recently paid o!f la Aurcwa ad with
in ttrnt hour tfce Mkcm vun.l tt
necessary la gel a stTiil o.uisl,a
nient of beer from Jot,:a.
lst Sunday was Proc4cta's f.rvt
"dry" Sunday la srvvcai ypr. Ev
erybodr palled through ail rtgSL bat
It will take vral weeks t tia
to ret u-i to Sijelay "drjaesa."
Tt IWrryvill fvx sav the tt
gtest ra ta th tat live la IVrry
vl.le. tU wvt ilcnS for hi
home paper tcaae be frar he nx-ght
wewr out hi giaur reading It.
Lu. Long, a Crtcfufuld actiro. who
was f.ned and t to .VxJ tr steal
ing a hat. has written the Jsdg wtj
prveided at his trial astlug (&
loan cf eauh inaaey to pay his f.B.
Tbossas A Vers, w ho 1 takscg th
ceojiu at lade;alrur, (,r he will
t uaatie to 1 i.ew pwcte thvw.
laiepeadrsc wp! are alrJy h
ginning lo believe ttat he lvx'at u
ieivtaad hi wo;k
An Osslc aaa traded bis next door
ee-ghbor a guud horse for aa ali piaa J
Mcindsv. The horse was tuu
the Ju tf the ytauOk but Its ansa
ftgur ha ta ahewd becsose ha kaa
th tnstrvtcect aaw wtera it cwnact
te ,Urt X
at t Ttwv
r.".rrr- Txtr.g sasa. f ee
to la life y-x .it lK'a at
tbe twrf 'r-w, aad w-x-x p.
Toiag V That wit By fr4i
er' KfAitt if bra t t.Ve aal
"Aal Sfraxl faj'vre. t rrFe"
"Not at all, B4 ava-fe a trjcntn coal
Vr Nwt!. f'rrrf.u'. i; ?:tie
sfcrlveW Vyaf at br4 i a bvy s
lead. Ill bt fit firgx t y jm
!a It to etaJce it r..
Mm. ? 11 we4W T1. tf a
h.1 r.s"a K wow '.4 -.n be l-rt-
Wra. Kw2wed WVtl!. g n via g
ger ft wonJ be bw a tin. sviUi t
THINK OF IT!
This Pretty Kitrwn Hai Rsaiacis vrA
Eaciice vA Her C-;i.ia
99 Utrmth Street. I
Mflmmuket, U h. (
"A ibert time sgn I Pom ml mr .
iitraa rerr rUtt. I had eadjt.es.
JSCin ta tbe aVawA. mm4 Srrvarca 4itry
ipeitt w jrnrwr wrs every mtrxxb.
I tried rw remedies before Penma.
and wma discounted ) foojr tin
fi)t dote, btrt my comrmge sooar re
tarmed. Im Jess than rw- saksssr
my beaJtM was restored. .Utr. M.
The reoa of so saaar fsllure t
tbe above btW
fact that : js-
cwacs nemikr to
the fmale srs
are not coeaswm-
bio' ewttsed, br
Catarrh of one org-aa is exactly th
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