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SunK to the Armpits in the Bed sf sfa 8Ca
a Mullah MullahAN MullahAN
Tell 18111 Her Frightful Experience ef Gradually GraduallySinking GraduallyInklng
Sinking Inklng and How Her Skirts Sated Her HerUnlll HerUntil
Unlll AsilsUnce Came The Difficult Difficulty 0 0Her of ofHer
Her Rescue and the Way In Which It Was WasAjcomplished WasABcomplished
Ajcomplished AjcomplishedSUwebo ABcomplishedSl1webo
SUwebo IB a desolate frwiiler town In InUpper InUpper
Upper Burma Mid Mrs Amy E Wood Woodtae WoodUte
tae wife ICe ot an Kngllsh I commlsarlat of officer officer ¬
ficer who spent several years ears there therewith therewHh
with her husband In the following followingparagraphs foowlngparagrap118
paragraphs narrates a dreadful expe experience experlence ¬
rience she once had there Shwebo Shwebowas ShtfteboTall
was In ancient times a goldproducing goldproducingcountry oldproducingcountry
country and here and there are re remains remaIns ¬
mains of large excavations centuries centuriesold centurleaaid
old and i Ia these are spots of boglrke boglrkequicksand oIHe oIHequlcksud
quicksand the surface of which hlch is IInot IInotdltlnguillhable not notdistinguishable
distinguishable from the surrounding surroundingsoil urroundlnzsoil
soil But this Mrs Irl Wood learned later laterShe IIUerShe
She writes writesOne wKltesOne
One morning after I very ery hot sul sultry 11try ¬
try night during which I had scarcely scarcelyslept Icarcelyslept
slept I aruie for a brisk walk before beforethe beforeuie
the uie sun got up My 1 husband was aslewp aslewpIn allflOPIn
In the veranda so 1 did not disturb disturbhim disturblllD1
him but lut slipped quietly out of the thehouse thehoule
house loosed my dog dO a young youn terrier terrieraiid terrIeraJid
aiid then together we struck away awayacross awa awaacrou
across the plain before It was a dawn dawnno dawnno
no one one knowing In which direction I Ihad 1had
had gone I shaped my course along alongby alonctJ
by tJ the main water ater course or nullah nullahwhich nullbhlch
which hlch paeced our house only a few fewhundred fewbunlred
hundred yards yardslla away Intending to cross crosspresently crON11r
presently 11r jentl when It got lighter and walk walkover walloEr <
over to the bank of a large lage about abouta
a mile and a haV away on tfce other otherBide othtteltE
Bide with the vIew of enjoying the cool coolbreezes coallreezel
breezes lreezel oft o the water while taking my myconstitutional llY llYconstitutional
constitutional along ths th bank which whichformed whIchforme1
formed the lake lakeDescending lAkeDescendlnz
Descending the nullah I had to walk wattesome walksome
some distance along the bed of It to tofind t tfind
find an easy opening for the ascent of ofthe ofthe
the opposite bank Presently lreentl n my y atten attention attantlon ¬
tion was attracted by some fresh fre b open openings optnIngl ¬
ings which I did not remember having havingseon havingS
seon S Qlll before they 1he were a succession of ofwedgeshaped orwedieshaped
wedgeshaped crevasses branching off offinto offInto
into several veral directions dlrectlondeep deep Indenta Indentations IndentatlOI1 ¬
tions tlOI1 running runnln back for a distance of
30 or 40 feet from the bank and about
10 feet deep evidently caused by the therecent therecent
recent heavy rains Curiosity mad made me mescramble mescr1mlle
scramble up IP Into one of these the cracks cracksand crac1cJand
and explore them I passed on from fromone fromone
one brand to ths th other until brought broughtto
to a halt at the end of one by an anabrupt anabrupt
abrupt ledge below which appeared appearedanother appMredanother
another crack at right angle angl to lae laeone tuone
one I was following but differing dlrerln from fromall fromal1
all tlie others by I baring a level surface surfaceat urfartat
at the bottom It was shaped BOOM BOOMwhat 80m 80mwbat
what like an oval sawpit the floor be belug behtg
lug some 3 12 feet below the ledge led I Iwas 1was
was standing staR ling on I caught might of ofpretty 1 1pretty
pretty feather lying at the bottom I Iwill
will 11 tah taIM that with th DIP anyhow I re remarked remarked ¬
marked and putting my band to the theground theground
ground I vaulted Inta the pit pitThe pitThe
The moment inr feet touched the thesandy theandy
sandy bottom the surface cracked cral ed Ilka Ilkaan lIk
an 111 egg shell and I was at once knee kneedeep kn kndeep
deep In some horrible composition tli tlilike tbe tbelike
like of which I had never seen een before beCortI
1 secured the th feather however and andstuck Andtuck
stuck it In iny solar hat thinking tblnkln I Ishall 1hall
shall hall need both hands to scramble up upout upout
out of this mess 10 In jumping down I Ihad Ihad
had sprung well out from the bank bankwhich bankwhIch
which I could now Just reach with ltb my myfingertips myfingertlp
fingertips but not sufficiently veil e11 to toget toget
get any grip of it I tried to step near nearer nearer ¬
er to it when to my horror I found foundI
I could not move either of my feet I Itugged 1tugged
tugged and pulled with Ith all my 10 might mightalmost mightalmost
almost dislocating my knees and andankles andankle
ankles In my frenzied endeavors to free freemyself freemselt
myself while my dos dO who had jumped jumpeddown jumpeddown
down Immediately Immediate after me wee 11I tear tearing tearIng ¬
ing at my skirt Iklrtln in his endeavor to drag draghimself draghImself
himself out I was wa by b this thlltlme time embed embedded embEolI14ed ¬
ded to quite onethird of my height heightand heightand
and the whole horror of the situatfon situatfonsuddenly SltUfHron8ulhlenly
suddenly dawned upon me I soon soonfound 800ntound
found myself m elt engulfed almost 81mo t to the thehips tl + o ohlpB
hips and oozing oozln up all around me was wasa WRiJa
a thick viscid llcld black substance u1J tance a sort sortof SOltof
of sandmud crumbly yet 8t clinging clingingwith clingIngwith
with a gluelike 11 uliIlke tenacity tenactt All this time timemy tI me
my 10 dog was still tearing at my cloth clothIng clotbIng
Ing I managed to reach over and andwith Andwith
with difficulty released him picked pickedhim pickedhIm
him up and thr thrfilw w him on the bank bankwhere Jankwhere
where he set et up a continuous barking barkingI
I tried to send him home thinking that thathe tbath
he h might thus tbu raise an alarm but he hehad hehad
had not been trained and only contin continuc contlnutol
uc utol to yap and bark this reminded remindedme
me that it was a time I began to rals ralsun raIse raIseIIn
un alarm myself and I added my myscreams 1 1sCrtsmll
screams te hl yelps till the place placeechoed plaeeOoIlOed
echoed again But as soon oon as the theechoes theehoel
echoes had died away down the canon canonoi canonII
II oi WM still tIIl as death again and de despalr desJalr
spalr seemed to grasp my heart as a I Inoticed Inoticed
noticed that I was a still sinking Inklnlstlll Inklnlstlllsl still stillsinking
sinking sl nklnllaIowlylowlybul slowly slowly but oh so soFU solIre1y
FU lIre1y rely bring sucked > > down as It seemed seemedinto aeemedInto
into the very bowels of the earth I Iwaa Iwas
was new orer my waist in the ooze oocefud oozehul
fud calculated c lculated that in another hour I Ishould IIIhoull1
should be e past help I dared not think thinkof
of 0 the torture of the gradual suffoca suffocation ultocatlon ¬
tion but the horror of my situation situationsoon Uuallonlioon
soon seized me again and I struggled struggledand ItrIJl1adanll
and screamed again and again until I Iwas 1wns
was utterly exhausted only to find that thatI
1 was wa deeper and yet deeper In the themire
mire mireThen 1111 reo reoThen
Then I noticed that the skirt of my mydress mydrlss
dress a white drill costume had flout flouteil
eil 11 out Rid that the greater part of It Itwax Itwas
wax still un 0s the UI surface but was be beginning beginnIng ¬
ginning to drag down at Oie wait I Ispread Ispread
spread It out wider and found that lt ltretarded t tletaTlled
retarded ray sinking Ihlldl It was now about
10 oclock and the sun was fiercely fiercelybeating fiercelyheaUn
beating heaUn on me Presently a I swish swishswish IIwlaltswIsh
swish sounding over my bead made mademe mademe
me look up when I beheld a huge vul vultiro ul ultlrll
tiro circling round and round coming comingcloser comlnrdOller
closer and closer until It alighted on onthe onthe
the bank juit above me Then another anotherand
and another came and waited around arounduntil arountJuotll
until the bank ba > > k was AI crowded with them themand thl1Iand
and crows crOl Presently a vulture In Inalighting Inallghthl
alighting struck me with Its It I wing wingthen Inr Inrthen
then It flashed aaross aro ray mind that thatthey thatthey
they were already looking on me as asoarrlon aIoorrloD
oarrlon and would assuredly attack me meIf m mIf
If I should lose consciousness concloun TJie TJievery Pheyery
very thought made me scream hi an anagony lnacony
agony of dread dreadI <
I was not sinking nearly so fast fastnow fa t tnow
now the sVIrt drt was certainly holding holdingme holdlnlme
me up but I was embedded right rl ht to tomy tolY
my lY armpits The clamor raised by my myself mylIelf ¬
self and the dog hid the effect of scar scarIng 8r 8rIna
Ing the horrid monsters away they theysoared thpysoared
soared aloft wheeling round and andround andround
round nigh In the air waiting waltln for that thatI
I dared not think of I redoubled r doubld my myshrieks myshriek
shrieks hoping to make some one hear hearme hear1I1e
me Looking up presently pr lenUy r wag given givenheart sinnheart
heart again by b seeing 1MIa < < that the TUture TUturewere Tuturere
were re disappearing dl rJr1 from which I con coneluded 001Iuded
eluded that help must be approaching approachingPresently approalIIDIPreI8BU
Presently PreI8BU I could hear the thud ot gal galloping pI1000lng
loping Iioofs In the distance and con
contratlng nil my strength I gave voice voiceto voiceto
to cry after cry er for help which was wasshortly wallshortly
shortly responded to and a few min minutes mInutes ¬
utes later a black face peeped over the thebonk thelcmk
bonk above me The owner of It had hadsense hadHnlM
sense and rapidly r pl1l applied It I t for with without without ¬
out making more ado he snatched oft ofthis ol
his long turban and threw It at me meretaining mertnlnlllg
retaining one end himself The tur turban turban ¬
ban uncoiled as It fell and I grasped graspedit
I it with both hands handsThere IlIuIIIThere
There does not remain much more to totoll totol1
toll The alarm was rapidly raised raisedand raised1nd
and soon a swarm of dusky faces were weregathered weregathered
gathered around me m Some muleteers muleteerson
on grazing duty had first been attract attracted attracted ¬
ed to the spot by ly seeing an unsual unsualnumber unluaInumber
number ot vultures soaring upwards upwardsand upwardland
and then as they approached they had hadheard hadheard
heard my screams The lifting of me meout meout
out of the quicksand was all no easy eu mat matter mattel ¬
tel Pulling enly threatened to dislo dlsloCAte dislocate ¬
cate my joints so a cart wheel heel was wasbrought wasI
brought which after being well se secured Hcur8 ¬
I cured cur8 < 1 all around by ly long ropes vas vaspushed WBIpUllled
pushed down Into the mire until It was wasbeneath WlSI
I beneath me and then by the united unitedeffort unlte1I
effort of a dozen or more men I was wasslowly WBIslowl
I slowly slowl raked to solid olld ground groundAGRICULTURAL groundI
I Which Pose Us and Our Correspond Correspondents Correspondi ¬
eats can answer More Correctly Correctlyi
What Wl1atll Is Mr C B Lower of the Sup Supply SupIlly ¬
I ply Division Is lie a captain lieu lieutenant lieutenaat ¬
tenant colonel corporal sergeant ereant or orI orI
I I private The lastnamed sounds more moreI more1I11e
I like the one that suites hIm best No Not
t i body can find out the truth He II baa baaI haaI
I told me four different stories stOrlQIMIss
I I Miss T L Lf F FI
I Bureau of Soils SoilsWhat SolliI
j What makes C B Lower chief ot otthe orthe
the Supply Division such a great greatfriend
j friend of J C Parker the stationer stationeron
I on Seventh street N WT WTHow
How many friends Crl has Chief Clerk ClerkAndrew ClelkI
Andrew Geddec GeddecHow OeddeaHow
I How many frieids has R B Handy Handychief Handychief
chief of the Folding Division DivisionWho Dlvlslo1i
i Who is Miss Hazel V Andorson that
j I she can go home ten minutes before 4 4I 4locljck
locljck I oclock Is I she one of Geddee pete I 1Ie
1 see Ie her going heme every day da earlier earlierthan earlierthaa
than the rest of them She is In InSvengallls InSvengallll
Svengallls Division DivisionWhy DivisIonI
Why does Andrew Geddes O lJdes believe believeeverything
I everything that is put In his hI ears ear Its Itsa It
I a bad habit He ought ou ht to look into intothe IntQt
t the matter flrit before jumping on in inHocent Inlocent
Hocent people Another thing he bet better betj ¬
j ter not hold back b ok any more lettars lettarsthat JeltNst
t that come to the Secretary Scretar therell b btrouble be beI
trouble I am going to write him one oneabout onlabout
I about Geddes I wont put personal on onit onIt
it but will 1Il get it to the Secretary SecretaryI
I This will be one letter that will Jump Jumpover jumpor
over Col Opt or Prlvats Andrew AndrewOeddes Andre AndreI
Oeddes CJe de
I P D DClww DChom
Clww Lab Af A D Dept DeptI pt ptCnrolna
I Cnrolna Bright are absolutely Rbtiolulel pure pureTHE pureTHE
Wanted to Take Her to Norfolk and andGive andGive
Give Her a Wine Bath BathDKAU BathAIt
DKAU AIt Eumin I certainly certalnl hope hop vou vouwill 011 011wilt
will give gl ve us U poor women rel ef fromthe fromtheinsults rron he
insults we Iwe tle to twke tt ke The Theseems 1heMJ11S
seems to run ru 11 the place Sometime ago agoone IIgoone
one of the women nl1ltlIl1sked asked him to move moveher movehtr
her machine from under the fun He Hetold
told Id her If fhe would go to tooi Norfolk olfoll on onthe onthe
the boat with him he would move her herany herall
any all place IIIICe she he wanted mid tlmt he hewould hewouh
would love to give her a wine Imtli It ItWIIH JtlIIH
WIIH ren irtetl to Mr Ir Urhnm mid to the theSwoiHl theSttOl
SwoiHl Atiiatunt A 18tunt bill JUI nothing vm vmdone
done He nalil hH pull could oultl keen keenhim kool
I him lu Nov SO there 1 Ii She has hasdune has1I111e
dune nothing for two years yet et she U Ulaid
11111 laid fiiO a month to sir In the window windowand willdowIIlId
and tnlk If she he would do her work workthere workthure
there would not be Je so much stealing stealllll1from
from us j poor > oor women Her father two twosister twoHlstell
sister and two lirotners are In the De Department Departmellt ¬
partment and none of the men ever everc ecravt
c wt a vote ote We e IHlOr x > or women olllen get only
40 and 50 II fonts a I day yet the Second SecondA ScoIHIAItRllt
A AItRllt ltanl keeps keel her at a salary of 50 50pt jOpr
pt pr > r mouth It seems strange when whenall whenall
all these t charges have been eell proven proventhat
that the Hecond t1 < CJJIJ Aimlgtatit Ii Itant will do 0 notli notlilux
lux Hut I know you uu will help us all allmid alllIud
mid let the truth lie known for It Is IsMiing Ii
Miing 11111 woree all the time Wi V have haveiilways hlnOIII
iilways III wa s had Hften t1 n ell duys dus leave and andwere amiwere
were paid W I Now w the Huperln Huperlnt
t ndent n ent ha hl taken on off i > rents n day dayand H
and the Oet eouiid < lId Assistant has llIl approve approveIt Rpprovel1 Rpprovel1It
It I have been b eIJ here nearly nine yearn yearnbut eHr8 eHr8hut
but we have suffered more the past pastfour Im Imrur
four yearn ellrw Mwn ever before yet et If 1 gu gutn gntn
tn the Department about the matter I Iwill Iwilt
will l < t < e my m place All thU Is true truemid trueHud
mid If you nll will wI eeml end H man down here herehe herohe
he ran Rn find out muih more than I have havetold 11I8told
told you ou T know you nu will help us and andsee ulIII4j
see 4j who is Ii holding up these charge chargeA harg
A StFPEKEK StFPEKEKA lFl1 > lum lumA
For the Engineer Englne r of the Govern Government Government ¬
ment Printing Office OfficeOne OCCIceOne
One day last week tome flue ne heavy heavywosd heavywoed
wosd table were to be removed from fromthe fromthe
the bindery also a number of Iteam IteampIpe t m mplpei
pIpe and word was wa sent to the blggmt blggmtconceited blneatconceited
conceited a al s that ever worked for the thegovernment theIOV8fnment
government Homer Colllni chief en engineer enIlneer ¬
gineer to attend to the work workUs workHe
Us flrit tlr t had them fine table sawed sawedup IBwedup
up the g 1 pipes disjointed and had hadthe hadthe
the whole bu buslueMs lneng thrown from a athird athIrd
third story window into a public alley alleywhere alleywhere
where people walk and drive through throughDid throughDId
Did you ou ever bear of a mora Insane Inuneact Insaneact
act Rlevator and trucks to remove removetill remontwl
till stuff tutc and laborers falling over overeach overeach
each other for something to d de lie liecould lIecould
could not find time to have the wood woodand fOodand
and team pipes carried down properly properlyand properlyand
and not endanger till life of papers by byBut hyBlat
But you ou know he Is the brother of the thecMef thech4ef
cMef clerk and It Is I all right He In Insu4U Inlun
lun su4U the employes impoyes and there I not a aforeman aCoreman
foreman in the O P 0 that li not dls dlsgusted dl dlgUited
gusted looking at hIm The man work workIng workIng
Ing under him are far uii superiors uJl rlor ai aimechanics almechanIc
mechanics and common sense men menfile menIll
file Ill mistakes has cst the U S Gov Govornment OovIIrnment
ornment many thousands of dollars dollarsWe dollarWe
We are only waiting wallin for Congress Conre to tomeet tomeet
meet to have this tbl fellow fello transferred to tothe tothe
the Hotel de St Elisabeth with the rest restof retot
of the bugs bugsHe bUIHe
He Is I credited ID tha Bin Book to tothe tolite
the Empire State lit IT would be ar arM artllll
M < t tllll d as a floater If It Ite trll to rote roteihfre vote1lfre
J lUtusH S P 0 0iBri1 OlIt
iBri1 iBri1n lIt < < n I Brlrnw Brlcb l are IIblelatl beiHt ly purs pu puf
1 A Good Time to Know SomethIng of ofIts orIts
The Mild Manner and Conservative Leader LeaderWho leaderWho
Who Developed into the Most San Sanguinary Sanguinary ¬
guinary of All the Chtefs of the theFrench theFrench
French Revolution His Career and andDeath andDeath
Death on the Guillotine GuillotineRobespierres GulllollneI GulllollneHobeplerre
Robespierres fortunes seemed to da dapeml dele11
peml le11 upon fate When powerful rivals rivalsdropped rIvalsdroPPEolI
dropped away as for Instance Marl Marlbeau Iarl IarlI
I beau and Marat the little brooding broodinglawyer bloodlng111wyer
111wyer lawyer mounted higher the waves of ofrevolution ofrevolution
revolution He began the reign of ter terror tcrror
ror but not until long after Marat had hadpreached hadpreadle
preached it and he himself had frown frowned frownell ¬
ed It dovwi dovwii
i i Karly I arly In the revolution Maribonu Maribonusaid I Isall
said of Robeeplerre HO 8I1lerre after one of his hisspeeches hIsIlleeches
speeches That young man believes believeswhat Jalleeswhat
what he says therefore he will go far farThe fArThe
The young man wrw then above 30 30and 30nnd
and had won distinction In tile defense defenseof defenanen
of Ben Franklins lightning rods and andalso AndallO
also by his espousal of the humane humaneprinciples
I principles of Rosseau which caused causedhim causedhIm
him to side with the people ngaWist no nobility ¬
bility 11111 and clergy and to advocate the theabolition theabolition
abolition of capital punishment punishmentAt
I At college Hobosplerre had ha had for forcompanions
I companions Danton and xJesmotiilns xJesmotiilnsyet esmoullllliet
yet et when elected deputy to the stntos stntosgeneral stlltesgeneral
general he was one of the most modest modestof modestof
of revolutionists He then lived on his hisstipend 111sItlnellIl
stipend of IS francs a day and support supported IUPPOtted ¬
ed his sister from It Studious and so sostemlous lib libItemlous
stemlous with but a single coat co t to lite liteback I1Ieback
back and nd that worn threadbare he hecourted heI
I courted retirement and when drawn drawnout
out of himself was so mysterious and andoutspoken anlloutpoken
outspoken as a to be feared by his col colleagues collaRlue ¬
leagues His radicalism at that time timeconsisted timecon
consisted con llted In advocating the rights of ofctlzeng oCctlzens
ctlzeng to rerve upon juries and in the thenational thenational
national guard and In sharing political politicalrights politicalrlghtl
rights with the blacks In the colonies coloniesSaid colonIesSaId
Said he Let the colonies perish porl h rrtfher rrtfherthan rnfherthan
than a principle When the constitu constituent consUtuI ¬
I ent assembly ended In 1791 Robes Robespierre nolelIl1elre ¬
pierre was a hero of the Paris sections sectionsdecree I18ctlonldeclee
decree proposed by ly himself hlm elf prevent prevented ¬
ed former deputies serving In the next nextlegislature nextlegIslature
legislature He traveled tratItdln in the interior interiorfrequented InterIorI
I frequented the Jacobin Club and began beganto
to publish pu llih a rerolutlonary journal MI MIrabeau lIII
I rabeau died at this thl time and Robes Robespierre ItobesI ¬
I pierre succeeded him as 1 the popular popularIdol 110pularI
I Idol but there werp wer too many Jealous Jealousies jenlouI ¬
I leI at work among amon leaders to permit permitone permitlone
lone one man to take the reins reinsThe relnlI
I The uprising of the Paris sections or orthe ori
i the commune August 1702 brought broughtthe lrougl1tthe
the young lawyer again hito nto promi prominence promlnence ¬
nence and power Jower He appeared before beforethe beforethe
the assembly as the spokesman of a adeputation ndeputation
deputation of citizens which wh h demanded demandedtha demandedth
tha th establishment of a criminal court courtfor courtfor
for the trial of the enemies of liberty libertyThe IIbert I Ifhe
The court was promptly organized and andRobespierre andRobellerre
Robespierre named as presiding judge judgehue juwgebue
hue lie refused refn ed to servo on the ground groundthat groundthat
that It would ould not be right to make him himjudge himjudge
judge of those whom hom he had already alreadydenounced alreadydenounced
denounced as enemies of the country countryAgainst countryAlalnlt
Against the massacres which soon fol followed tollowed ¬
lowed under the Inspiration of Danton Dantonhe Dantonhe
he vigorously protested and ceased to toappear toappear
appear at the meetings of tie com commune comI ¬
mune muneRobespierre muneHObelplerre
I Robespierre was elected to the na national naI ¬
tional convention from Paris and soon soonafterward soonI
afterward the Glrondlns accused him himof 111mof
I of aspiring to dictatorship Marat de defended defended ¬
fended his rival on this charge and at atthe atthe
the same time disclosed the motives of ofthese ofthele
these two men He SB that at his flrst flrstmeeting flrltmeetln
meeting meetln with Robespierre Hobe plerre the latter latterhad latterhad
had drawn aim into declaring that ho howould
would send certain judges to the stake stakeponiard takeponIard
poniard Lafayette burn the king In his hispalace
palace and strangle the traitorous rep representatives representatives ¬
I resentatives in the convention Said SaidMarat 5aldfI
Marat fI rat of this Interview Robespierre Robespierrei Hobesplerrelistened
i listened to mo with terror Ho grew grewpale grewpale
pale and was silent for some time timeThis timefhls
This confirmed me Inthe In the opinion that thatI
I always had of him that ho united unitedthe unlte1the
the knowledge of the wise senator to tothe totho
the integrity of 0 a thoroughly good man manand mananll
and the zeal of n truo patriot but that thathe thllthe
he is lacking as a statesman alike as asregards asre
regards re ardl clearness of vision and deter determination determlnatlon ¬
mination minationAfterward mlnatlonAfterward
Afterward Marat publicly declared In Inthe Inthe
the convention that both Kobesplerre Kobesplerreand
and Danton had an along repudiated repudiatedthe
the idea of a dictatorship of triumvi triumvirate ¬
I rate of tribunal which he had put be before before ¬
fore them Finally lna11 either as a matter matterof matterof
of justice or for his own glorification glorificationhe
he gaid that he t Mnrat was the first firstand I1r8tand
and probably the only man since the theopening thoopenIng
opening of the revolution who had hadopenly hadopenly
openly declared for a triumvirate or ordictatorship ordlCtatorahlp
dictatorship as the only means of ofrrui4ilng ofrn
rrui4ilng rn hlng conspirators conspiratorsBoth conlplratorsBoth
Both Robespierre and Marat drew a ahot ahot
hot fire from the Glrondlns and the Ja Jacobins Tacoblnl ¬
cobins took alarm Ono day toward the theclose theclOIle
close of 1792 before the attack upon uponthe uponthe
the king Citizen Robert Hobellllllll said to the Ja Jacobin Jacobin ¬
cobin Club It Is very ory astonishing astonishingthat alltonlshlngthat
that the names of Robespierre and Ma Marat 1Iarat ¬
rat are always coupled together to other Marat MaratIs MaratI
Is I a patriot He has excellent qualities qualitiesI
I admit but how different Is he from fromRobespierre fromRO
Robespierre RO 8sJllerre The latter Is discreet discreetmoderate dliertetmoderate
moderate in his means whereas Marat Maratis rarutII
is exaggerated and has not the discre discretion dl cre crelion ¬
lion which characterizes Robespierre RobespierreIt
It Is not sufficient to be a patriot In Inorder Inorder
order to serve the people usefully It Itl8 Itl8nacel8ry is isnecessary
necessary to be reserved In the means meansof meansof
of execution ami anil most assuredly Ro Robespierre Hobellierre ¬
bespierre surpasses Marat in the means meansof meanlof
of execution executionIn
In the same strain Citizen Bourdon Bourdonhave Dourdoncontinued
continued We ought long Ilnce to tohav
have hav acquainted the affiliated societies societieswith Icletlewith
with our opinion of Marat How could couldthey couldUJPY
they ev eVfJr r conneet Robespierre and Ma Marat ra rarat ¬
rat together Robespierre Is a virtuous virtuousman vlltuOU8man
man with whom we have no fault to tofind tofind
find from the commencement of the therevolution thereolullon
revolution Robespierre is I moderate in intils Inhi
tils hi means whereas Marat Is a violent violentwriter violentwriter
writer who does great rellt harm to the Ja Jacobins Jacoblnl ¬
cobins and Rn besides It Is right to ob observe oblerve ¬
serve that Marat does us great Injury Injurywith Injurylth
with lth the national convention The dep deputies tIeputles ¬
uties Imagine we are partisans of Ma Marat llarat ¬
rat We are called Maratltts If we weshow wehow
show how that we duly appreciate Marat Maratthen Marattllen
then you will see the deputies draw drawnearer drawnearer
nearer to the Mountain where we e sit sitYou sitYou
You will tee the affiliated societies societieswhich IOcletlfswlllch
which have gone astray rally around aroundthe aroundthe
the cradle of liberty If Marat is a pa patriot patriot ¬
triot he will accede to the motion I Iam Iam
am about to make Marat ought to sac sacrifice sacrifice ¬
rifice himself to the caute of liberty I Imove Imove
move that his name be gtrlckon from fromthe fromthe
the list of members mem 8rl of this thl society societySome IOCletySome
Some members IDlJrtl 8r applauded applau etI this thl speech speechwhile 98ch 98chwhile
while others murmured and In the theconfusion theconfulon
confusion Citizen Dufourny arose to topour topour
pour oil upon the troubled waters Said Saidhe iahlhe
he If I oppose the motion for expelling expellingMural IIxpelllnr1IIIIrat
Mural from this society I will not de deny d dnr ¬
ny the difference that exists exlt between betweenMarat betweentarat
Marat and Robespierre These two twowrfltrs twowriL
wrfltrs wriL who may resemble one another anotherIn
In patriotism have very err striking dlf < JlfI
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fercnces They The have both served re the thepeople theJop1e
people but lut In different ways Robes Robespierre HobeBplorre ¬
pierre has defended defend ell the true principles principleswith princIpleswith
with method with firmness and with withall wIthall
all becoming discretion Marat on the thecontrary thecontrary
contrary has frequently passed the thebounds tbobounds
bounds of sound reason and prudence prudenceStill prudenceStill
Still though admitting the difference differencethat dlftcrencethat
that exists between Marat and Robes Robespierre nobesplene ¬
pierre I am not in favor of the erasure erasureI
I condiuV < with proposing that the mo motion motlon ¬
tion of Bourdon J pe > e rejected and that thatmerely thatmerel
merely merel a letter be written to the affili affiliated affillI ¬
ated societies to acquaint them with withthe withthe
I the difference that we make between betweenMarat between1larat
Marat and Robespierre RobespierreThis nobesplerreThl8
This compromise prevailed but lut In Inlose In10es
lose than thirty days the moderate Ro Robespierre nobeBplerre ¬
bespierre was calling for the death of ofthe ofthe
the king Said he Louis must die that thatthe thattlie
the country may live Aft After r the death deathof deathof
of the king he Immediately proposed a acommittee acommltteo
committee of public safety clothed clothedwith clothewith
with power above the convention It Itwas Itwal
was organized and Robespierre be became beI ¬
came the spokesman of the Mountain MountainIt
I It was wllthen then that he instituted the reign reignof reIgnof
of twror and defended the condemna condemnation condemnatlun ¬
tion of the Girondists by the declara declaration dcclarntlon ¬
tion There are periods in ft revolution revolutionwhen revolutionwhen
when to Hve oye is n crime crimeFinally crImeFInally
Finally In the same year as the death deathof deathof
of the king and the organization of the thecommittee theI
committee of public safety Marat was wasassassinated wasasltl8lnAted
I assassinated to avenge the Glrondlns GlrondlnsHe GlrondlnlI
I He was the greatest personal force in inthe InI
the commune and then began a strug struggle stlugI ¬
I gle between the commune with Its rev revolutionary revolutlonAry ¬
I olutionary army and an the committee committeewith committeewith
with Robespierre in power Danton led ledi
I i the convention which was also In tlvo tlvoI
I way of the committee Robespierre de denounced dethe ¬
nounced the feast of reason which tho thoconvention thoconvention
convention Instituted and afterward afterwardtried aftorwnrI
tried to counteract it by ly a festival to tottie toI
I I tile Supreme Being Gradually tho thoj
j breach widened between Robespierre Robespierrenntl
nntl the Dantonlsts of the convention conventionand conventionan
and an the commune which no longer had hadMarat bndI
Marat to offset Robespierre RobespierreThe nobos1lerreThe
The first element to go down under underthe un er erthe
the guillotine were the communists communistsThe communistsi
The Dantonlsts applaudctl at first but butwithin butwithIn
i within a short time Danton and Dos Dosmoullns
moullns were brought to the block by bytheir bytheir
I their old school fellow Robespierre Robespierrewho HolesplerreI
who at the head ot the governing com committees commlttees ¬
I mittees was wa virtually the dictator of ofFrance ofFral1ce
France FranceI
I I Whatever the cause the moderate moderatehad moderateI
had become the terrorist Perhaps Ma Marat MnI ¬
rat had had the longer vision or it may maybe maylie
I be that Robespierre waited for time to toprove toI
prove that the greatest enemies ot the therevolution tberevolution
I revolution were In Its own ranks He Hehad lIehRd
had rid himself of the commune and andthe andthe
the convention and finally tried to topurge
purge the committees He failed and andwas andwas
I was brought to the block after a dead deadly deadIy ¬
ly struggle between his adherents and andthe andthe
the convention conventionIn
In person Robespierre Robe plelro was slight slightwith 8l1glltwith
with feeble and angular limbs His Hisvoice HIsvoice
voice was shrill and monotonous his hiseyes hisees
eyes blue and deepset A continual ten tension tenlion ¬
lion of all the muscles of the face gave gaveto gaveto
to his naturally yellow complexion a asomewhat a80mewhlt
somewhat ghastly look From first to tolast toInlt
last ho Inspired his fellows with fear fearThe
1 The outside world worshipped him as asI asthe
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32 32nrotlllwlI Broad way and 69 New Street New York City CityItcproscntccl UJt UJtHCP1CEClltcd I
Itcproscntccl in Washington D C by R J Bright and nll W V Scott ScottTowers I
Towers Room 25 Wyatt Building
The Directors who arc also the owners certify la their prospectus copies of
which can bo b had hat at Room 2T > AVyatt Building or will ha mailed upon request that i iEvery
Every statement herein presented is made with tho full knowledge knowlc ge of tho thoresponsibility t
responsibility of the Directors and Officers of this Company to the public and wo I Ido
do not dcslro any anyone one to invest a penny in this enterprise who has the lightest
doubt of the truthfulness of the statements herein made madeOur mnlleOur
Our investigations of theproporty the property fully justify us In Il1sIylol saying that It Ills Is ono of the
largest and most valuable gold mines now known tlmt the facilities for mining Illlningnnd and andextruding I Icxtmctlng J
extruding the value are unexcelled j that the business conditions taking ovcrythlnc
tnln Into nnnallnmlln consideration nniill couht lnrllvlwi hnrdly be liiOni bettor alld 11 tIlnl lln tho nnnulII profits a aoflered whcn the I I I1111n
1111n t 18 In o1eratlon will not be 1088 than 2 lcr cent upon tho prlco tho stock Is r roffered
offered for and that such profit will continue for many years from ore now In sight
From rom the knowledge that we have not only ol this mine but of all other simi ¬ t
lar mines In tbo United Slates we unliCHitatlngly recommend the stock as a safe safoand
and conservative Investment for the largo and small sl1lalllovoslor Investor alike
The stock of this Company Is full paid 1lld nnd nntnonIsscssable nonassessable No stockholder stockholderassumes stocJthohlerassumes
assumes tho slightest sll htcst personal responsibility for tlie obligations of tho Company
There Is no bondoil bondell1111Jeblel100s8 Indebtedness to pay Interest on No preferred stock stands bo boo bootween
tween unv IIny stockholder and his fair share of the profits
This stock which Is full paid and nunassessable and which carries carfles no per personal pcrBonlllllalJllIt
sonal BonlllllalJllIt liability for tho stockholders Is offered offercl1nt at 3 per share par value valJ j > o
Every EVer dollar realized from the salu of this treasury stock will go Into the
plant No salaricH nro paid 1ll to lllaoy any officers connected conncclet with this Company and none
will bo 10 pild until the pXmt is In actual operation and the earnings Justify J JIf JUllt fy such such8a11H108
salaries 8a11H108If
If lor any reason the whole amount necessary for tho erection of tho plant is isnot Isnot I
not at once frthcoming from the sale of treasury stock the work will neverthe ¬
less be completed without delay dc11 Y An agreement has been entered cnterel1lnto Into between
the Com COI11UI i > uny and responsible parties 1trtle8 to place l11 co tho plant In operation in any nllyevont event i
thus providing against the risk rlslol ol lalluro on account o 01 an Insufficient amount of ofstock orstock
stock being buln sold to place 1ltlce the mlnon on a n paying pnyln basis
B ALolonua A olollllll wlUrccclvo subscriptions at Room ftuolll 25 Wyatt Building and furnish furnishany furnIshIIny
any further Information that may ho uoslrcd uoslrcdR
R J HIltailT and Representing
W SCOTT sCO1rTOWlmS TO WKRS f the Company CompanyCONCERT 1 I Im
THE ALHAMBRA 11 11Washington
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