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see ho wasn't armed. The first
thing I knew there were poked into
the door enough guns to fill it, and
I saw three or four hundred armed
men in regular military style, and
their leader, Captain Villiapis, came
in, walked up to where Slade was
talking to me, put his hand on his
shoulder and said, "Slade, you are
my prisoner." Slade said, "All
right." Williams told Slade they
were going to hang him ; that if he
had any preparation to make he
could hot have more than an hour to
make them in. Slade then con -
menced to plead with Williams and
.with me. praying and beseeching in
the most piteous manner, and ap,
pealing to me to save him. Williams
said the people had p.tssed on his
case and determined he should be
hangea. I asked the Captain then
if I could be allowed to go out an I
make a speech to the people. Ho
gave his consent. There was a
wagon outside the house, and I told
him I would got in the wagon and
talk to the people about the pro
priety - of taking Slade out of the
county. Says Williams, "You have
my consent to go, but you won't
more than get straightened in time
wagon before you'll be full of bul
lets; you might go out and talk
among the crowd and see what the
feeling is." I said I would do any
thing I could to spare Slade's life.
"So I went out and among the
crowd and talked to the leading
men and to my friends. They all
said about what Williams did. I
went back and .old Slade I could do
notbing for him, and told him what
had occurred, and be just kept beg -
ging and begging me, and got me
so wrought up that I shed tears as
freely as a child. They to k him
out and left me in there, for I didn't
want to see bini hanged. They had
a scaffold fixed about one hundred
yards from the place where they
took him. All the while Sade kept
calling for me, and finally they sent
for me, to come down and see him.
I told Captain Wil;iams I wvould not
go unless he would promise they
would not hang him until I was ou't
of sight. He made the promise,
and I e went down and talked to
Blade while ho had the rope around
his neck.- I told him I had done
everything I could, but that the
people refused to allow anything I
would have to say to affect their
judgment. 'They wvaited till I had
got away, and as soon as I was out
of sight they hanged him."
"Tell me all you know about
Blade's fuss with Jules."
"That grew out of depredations
which Jules had committed on the
stock of the Overland Stage Com.
Pany. There were several stories!
current about the way Slade killed
Jules., According to one, he killed
hin pieoemnes1 practising on him
w:th hisrevolver, nipping off a fin-.
ger here andc a piece of flesh there,
till the victim implored his death,
whereupon Slade walked up to him
and shot him dead. Another story
is that B lade went up to the ranch,
where he had heard Jules was, and,
getting the drp on him, 3aid, 'Jules,
Iam going to kill yonu;' to which
the other replied, 'Well, I Buppose
Samn gone up ; you've got me now;'
and that W bde immediately opened
fire and'killed,him with his revolver.
"iSlade's exzecluion had a most
wonderful .effect upon society.
TFhenceforward4 all knew that no one
man could domineer or rule over the
communnit. Reason and civiliza..
tion then drove brute force from
LEATHER I RJEATHER I
WXE have on hand afull stock of Bole,
Harness, Upper, Rtussot, RIp a'nd
Calfskia Leather, which we will sell very*
HIDES I HIDES I
3right mta retprice paid for hides.
ari the A .NMATR&C
addreas LPFytA 8 nyfra& CO
AM.te, vGeo. Jona 19-ly
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all tho purpocos df a Family Physio ;
and for curing Costiveness, Jaundice,
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Headache, Erysipelas 11iouma
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Biliousness, Dropsy, Tumors,
Worms, Neuralgia; as a Din
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are nld, but
t 1 o n, moving
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are still the most thorough and search
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Aynn's Pri.r.s have been known for
more than a quarter of a century, and
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for their virtues. They correct dis
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of human skill. While they produce
powerftl effects, they are, at the same
time, the safest and best physic for
children. By their aperient action
they gripe much less than the common
purgatives, and never give pain when
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" Adapted to all ages and conditions
in all climates, containing neither
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Dr. J, C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytlna Chemists.
BOW BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
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