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How a Confirmed Gambler Quit Quitthe Quitthe Quitthe
the Game GameA GameA GameA
He Wins Out After a Hard Tussle Tussleand Tussleand Tussleand
and Never Afterwards Afte Vard8 Played a aCard aCard aCard
Card The The Sympathetic SY 1 uLthetio Friend FriendNearly llrlcndScarlr FriendNearly
Nearly Ruined nuincd Itulnel Him JllnaJ HimJust Just st Like a aFriend aFriend aFriend
Friend Etc EtcThe 1itcThe EtcThe
The quiet man with the smooth shaven shavenface sbavenface shavenface
face andtlre and the deep deepwwrinkles wrinkles on the sidestaf sWestofhis sidestafhis sideslofhis
his mouth stood watching the last few fewjninutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes of play lay at at the club on Satur Saturday Saturlay Saturday ¬
< day night a week ago He was well ac acquainted acqualnted acqualnted ¬
qualnted with all the players They knew knewRim knew1Iim knewhim
Rim to be game to the core and yet he had hadrefused badreCused hadrefused
refused several invitations to sit in As Asthey Astbey Asthey
they cushed in at the close of the game gamethe gametbe gamei
i the man with the red cheeks and a d pink pinkmustache pinkmustacbe pinkmustache
mustache who was quitting a good winner winnerturned winnerturned winnerturned
turned to him him and as he was lighting a acigarette acigarette acigarette
cigarette said saidOld saidOld saidOld
Old man why dont you ever play playYouve playYonve playYouve
Youve got a face in a thousand I think thinkId thinkId thinkId
Id take a chance and back you Dont you youknow youknow youknow
know the game gameThe gameThe gameThe
The quiet man was slightly confused but butrecovering butrecovering butrecovering
recovering his composure said I Iluppose IlupposeI suppose supposeI
I owe you boys some sort of an explanalion explana explanation explanation ¬
tion Ive watched you play playa a great many manytimes manyjmes manyrimes
times and theres really no good reason reasonvhy reasonwby reasonvhy
vhy I shouldnt play But you see Im Immarried Immarried Imr
r married and I had such a close call once oncethat oncethat oncethat
that I decided to take the sensation second secondhand secondhand secondhand
hand in the future Thats the reason I like liketo liketo liketo
to watch atch If any anyone one objects why whyOh whyOh whyOh
Oh no no nol all the players exclaimed exclaimedat
at once but sit down and tell us the thetory thetory thestory
story storyThe tory toryThe toryThe
The quiet man pondered a moment momentlooked momentlooked momentlooked
looked at his watch and then said All Allright Al1Tigbt Allright
right Ive got half an hour if you want to tolisten tolisten tolisten
listen listenI
I quit playing poker forever on New NewYears NtwYearlI NewYears
Years night 1890 J8 < o at 1018 oclock Born Bornin nomin Bornin
in an interior town in Pennsylvania I sur surreptitiously surreptitiously surreptitiously ¬
reptitiously learned to play euchre And Andcasino RndCAsino andcasino
casino under barns in smokehouses and in inhaymows h hhaytnoWli inhaymows
haymows and under the big tree down the thecreek thecreek thecreek
creek Leaving home in 1873 at the age agef ageof
of f 20 and going to Chicago and St Paul I Ioon I800n Isoon
soon oon got tangled up with the t le more entranc entrancing entrancing entrancing ¬
ing games of poker faro hazard keno and andthe andthe andthe
the other ways that abounded there for get getting gettigo getg ¬
ting ones money moneyThe woneyjl moneyThe
jl The games were al all wide open in St StTaut StIaul StPaul
Taut twenty twentyfive five years ago ago and from the thegovernor thegoernor thegovernor
governor of the state to the poorest porter porterin porterin portera
in the hotel all played as high as they theyconld theyconld theycould
a conld Coming East again a few years yearsafter yearsafter yearsafter
after and getting a good position in Brook Brooklyn Drooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn I was compelled to put a curb on my mydesire mydesire mydesire
desire for play Occasionally a party partt of ofus oftiS ofJs
us would meet in a married friends house houseand houleand houseand
and play quarter limit have a little lunch lunchat lunchat lunchat
at midnight and then separate Gradually Graduallywe
we discontinued that and I begun to thinkI think
1 was getting along toward being a bachclor bach bachlor bachlor
clor lor and thoughts of going home to my myfurnished lilYfurnished myfurnished
furnished room at night nl ht with ith its cheerless cheerlessess cheer Ie Ieess
a sees ess and discomforts dllHlO f6rts or of l belHtf eIHt alone and andbhie andbhle andblue
blue often drove me to the card cardroom cardroom
1 room Finally I quit playing for forgood forgood forgood
good I met a girl gIrlthe the girl I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will not describe her She is living livingand livingand livingand
and I am am1iving living and both of us are happy happyBut happyBut happyBut
But had events at the card table turned out outdifferently outdilTerently outdifferently
differently on that New Years night I Imight Imight 1might
might still be a bachelor for the girl of my mychoice mychoice mychoice
choice was past the age where she would wouldmarry wouldmarry wouldmarry
marry to reform any anyone one How near I Icame Icame Icame
came to losing her and how I came to quit quitplaying quitplaymg quitplaying
playing poker follows followsI
I had been saving money for about abouteight abouteight abouteight
eight months and the wedding day was wasset wasset wasset
set for the day after New Years 1890 at atS
8 oclock in the evening The Th woman I Iexpected Iexpected Iexpected
expected to marry had gone to Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsylVania Penneyvania ¬
vania to pass the holidays and was to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return on January 2 late in the afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and as neither of us bad a relative in Brook Brooklyn Brookr Brooklyn
lyn we were to get married quietly about aboutfour aboutfour aboutTour
r four hours after her arrival I had drawn drawnJooo drawnmooo
1000 nearly all the money I bad as I Ichildishly Ichildishly Ichildishly
childishly wanted to give her a wedding weddingpresent weddingpresent weddingpresent
present of money thinking it would look lookbetter lookbetter lookbetter
better than a check So with that wad of oftwenties oftwenties oftwenties
twenties fifties and hundreds in my pocket
1 passed a circumspect New Years Day Dayloafing Dayloafing Dayloafing
loafing around my room only once going goingo Jrolngoat goingoat
oat o t to see how fine and comfortable our ournew ournew ournew
new home bad been made in readiness for forour forour forOur
our immediate possession possessionAbout p08sesslonAbout possessionAbout
About 730 at night a knock on my door doorwhich doorwhich doorwhich
which had been preceded by a ring I had hadbeard badheard hadheard
heard on the hall bell brought into my myroom myroom myroom
room an old acquaintance I might say a afriend afriend afriend
friend except that I always considered him himaabelnga hl1l1aibelni himail
aabelnga ail being a button or two shy He e was the thebest tbebest thebest
best natured and kindest man one could couldknow couldknow couldknow
know but still he would bore one so sorather so1nther sorattier
rather than sit all evening alone with him himin blmin himin
in the room I felt to see if the roll was all allsafe allsafe allsafe
safe in my pocket and we started out for a aminutes atroU astroll
stroll troU Arter ter walking around about twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes I cot tired of that and finding findingourselves findln findlnonrselves findingourselves
ourselves down near a cardroom where I Iwas IWas Iwas
was sure of warmth and life but firmly firmlyresolved firmlyresolved firmlyresolved
resolved not to play I passed my word wordfor wordformy wordfor
for formy my friend and in we went Being early earlyin earlyin earlyin
in the evening and a holiday only two twomen twomen twomen
men besides the he proprietor were in the theroom theroom theroom
room and the proprietor could not give his histime histime histime
time to play He had to be his own watch watchman watchman watchman ¬
man as he did not pay for protection and andonly andonly andonly
only a privileged few could get into his hisapartments hisapartments hisapartments
apartments after passing under his eye eyeAs eyeAs eye1As
1As As soon as we entered it was Hello HelloTom HelloTom HelloTom
Tom here take a hand so we can make makethis makethis makethis
this threehanded I declined Oh came cameon eomeon comeon
on Its only a dollar limit and youoan youoandrop you n nI
1 I drop out when some one comes in inThe inThe InThe
The room was warm and comfortable comfortableand comfortableand comfortableand
and the passion for play was strong so sodown sodown sodown
down I sat and the little innocent game gamestarted gamestarted ame ameetarted
started But I only moved a little closer closerwhen clostrwhen closerwhen
when some one else came in i my friend friendwho friendwho friendwho
who was occupying a chair but not playing playingmoving playingwoving playingmoving
moving with me and trying to see what 1 1held theld Lheld
held Another came in n and my friend friendvacated friendvacated friendvacated
vacated his chair and without my myknowledge myknowledge myknowledge
knowledge took his position behind me meThat methat meThat
That made five now playing but I thought thoughtI
I would wait till the sixth man came He Hewas lieWu Hewas
was soon there Some I knew and others
1 did not know now Presently the remark was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made If that had been table stakes you youwould youwould youwould
would never have seen my hand but what whatcan whatcan whatcan
can one do with adollar a dollar limit limitI
I had outside of my roll only about
35 or 40 and in a few minutes another anothergood anothergood anothergood
good band being called by some one on onthe onthe onthe
the dollar limit it was decided to play table tablestakes tableataku tablestakes
stakes I had often played the game and andthat andtbat andthat
that was my time to get out But I had lost lostConstantly lost40nstantl losttonstantly
Constantly although playing conservaIYely conservatively conserva conservatively ¬
tively So excusing excusln myself for a moment momentI
I went into an inner room and dug up the theroll timeroll
roll taking out 100 beginning to think tblnk up upf
f oJ
a lie already explaining that my 1000 1000present 1000present tooopresent
present Could only be e 900 as I IlIad had paid paidIoo
100 on some some little little extra for our home and andfiguring andfigUfJng andfiguring
figuring figUfJng out what the little extra would be beWhen beWhen beWhoa
When I resumed my seat the seventh man manwa manwa manwas
wa was playing and tiy t y were using two decksof decks decksof d cks I Ior
of card cards The proprietor pro detor of that place placewhich phrcewhich
which wa was but little known was after all allthe al1the allthe
the rake off there was so l0 when one or two twowould twowould twowouldpass
would wouldpass pas out one of them couM ptcpur ptcpurthe pmcparrthe lc lolr lolrtho
the red deck if the th blue was a in tr ne e or vice vicev vicerea viceeversa
v versa rso Putting my 100 in front of me we webegan webearan webegan
began again and that thattoo 100 went and another anotherand anoth anotherand r rand
and another and I was roves getting sick and rat rattled rattIed rattied ¬
tIed I was trying to play poker with the themost themost themost
most gentlemanly lot of pirates that could couldb couldbt couldbe
be bt b got together and at the same time think thinkup thinkI thinkup
I up lies to square myself for every dollar I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was losing And I was drawing dra wing good cards cardsbut cardsbut
I but could get no play When I would try to tosteal toI tosteal
I steal a pot on a poor hand I would be called calledon calledon i ion
on a good band I might get a call never a araise araise araise
raise When I was about 500 out and andnearly andnearly andnearly
nearly wild thinking of my position for thenext the thenext tbenext
next day I felt a touch on my chair and andturning andturning andturning
turning quickly roun rounJ saw the expression expressionon
on my companions face I had partially partiallyforgotten partlallyfOrKotten partiallyforgotten
forgotten him but he had been standing be behind bebind behind ¬
hind me and when I would tilt back a alittle alittle alittle
little or in any way expose ex ose my cards his hisface bisface hisface
face was the index for those who were weresitting wereslttin weresitting
sitting slttin in a position to see him When I IJiad Iad Ihad
had ad a good hand he would smile and his hissolicitude bl blsolicitude lmImsolicitude
solicitude for me when wb n I had poor cards cardswould cardswould cardswould
would be shown in a sympathetic kind of oflook oflook oflook
look He was perfectly innocent but my myopponents myopponents myopponents
opponents or some of them were not so soinnocent 110innoccnt soinnocent
innocent I reached down and brought up upthe upthe upthe
the balance of my money laid it on the thetable tbetable timetable
table and asked him to go and sit down downI
I had discarded three cards on a jackpot jackpotpulling jacCpotpu11ini Jac spot spotpulling
pulling to two kings My three new cards cardslay cardslay cardslay
lay where the dealer had thrown them themwhen themwhen themwhen
when my friend reached over to get my mymoney mytuoney mymoney
money to try to dissuade me from further furtherplay furtherplay furtherplay
play Iquickly grasped his arm and in indoing indoing indoing
doing so he accidentally turned one of my mydraw mydraw mydraw
draw face up I picked up the other cards cardsjust cardsjust cardsjust
just glancing at them and was reaching for forthe fortbe forthe
the one which had been exposed the queen queenof queenof queenof
of hearts beartsand and I wanted it badly for in my mynervous mynervous mynervous
nervous nervous condition I thought one of the two twoI twoI twoI
I had picked up was the queen of diamonds diamondswhen diamondswhen diamondswhen
when the objection was rained that I had hadno hadno hadno
no right to that card as it had been ex exposed exposed oxposed ¬
posed I protested on the ground that the thedealer tbedealer thedealer
dealer had not exposed it that I had not nottouched nottonched nottouched
touched it that foreign interference was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the cause etc but I was ruled out by by the theproprietor theproprietor theproprietor
proprietor who decided all points at issue issueand iSllueand Issueand
and another card was dealt me Leaving Leavingthe Leavingtbe Leavingthe
the card lying Iyln in front of me I looked over overthe overthe overthe
the four cards in my hand and was surprised surprisedto
to see that the card I had thought was the thequeen thequeen timequeen
queen 6t diamonds was the king Realizing Realizingthat Reallzlnithat Realizingthat
that I had three kings with a threecard threecarddraw threecarddraw threecarddraw
draw all around I steadied myself and andpicked andpicked andpicked
picked up the fifth piece of paper I be believe believe believe ¬
lieve I turned white for the king of hearts heartsshowed beartssbowed heartsshowed
showed his face and was with such indifference indif indifference indlfference ¬
ference as I could muster quickly shuffled shuffledinto shuffledInto shuffledinto
into the other four The pot into which whichthe wllichthe whichthe
the entire seven players had chipped the theusual tbeusual timeusual
usual fiftycent ante had been opened by
10 by the man sitting just on on my right the thedealer thedealer thedealer
dealer for that hand sitting next to him trimThe himThe himTbe
The entire seven had trailed in on the 10 10open 10open toopen
open so there was seventy odd dollars in inthe Inthe inthe
the pot After the draw the opener again againbet aralnbet againbet
bet 10 10I 10I toI
I sat in a bad place for good play being beingnext beingnext beingnext
next but one to the opener and that one onelaid onelaid onelaid
laid down and so I had to think quick quickwhether quickwhether quickwhethmer
whether to raise or trust to luck 1 trusted llrustedto I trustedto
to luck and just saw the 10 Two others othersdid othersdId othersdid
did the same two dropped out and I was wasgetting wasgetttnr wasgetting
getting heart disease when the last man manraised mallraised manraised
raised it 25 The opener dropped out outThat outThat outTlmat
That left three players for me to get all I Icould Icould Icould
could from and as they had all been three threecard tbreecard threecard
card draws and as nothing but four aces or ora ora ora
a straight flush could beat me I began to toforget toforet toforget
forget foret some of the lies I had been thinking thinkingup
up I pushed my 25 into the pot and andwith andwitb andwith
with a fairly steady hand laid two one onehundred onehundred onehundred
hundred dollar bills with it Itl10t not taking time timeto timeto timeto
to buy chips I believe every ever one around aroundthe aroundthe aroundtime
the table thought I was bluffing including includingmy inc1udlngmy includingmy
my friend who was standing ashamed and andall andal1 andall
all broke up by the stove across the t e room roomwatching roomwatcblng roomwatching
watching the play The two next dropped droppedout droppedout droppedout
out however but the man who bet the 25 35saw 25saw 25saw
saw my 200 and raised it 300 I had just justa
a little more than enough to call if I in included ineluded ineluded ¬
eluded the few dollars I had in chips so I Isimply Isimply Isimply
simply slid in the 300 He had a ajack jack full fulland fuUand fulland
and as he had occupied the seat nearly op opposite opposite opposite ¬
posite me throughout the evening with a agood agood agood
good view of my tIIypoor poor friends face I never neverscooped neverscooped neverscooped
scooped a pot with more satisfaction than tha I Idid 1did Idid
did that healthy looking pile pileI
I gave the few white chips I had hasI left to toa toa toa
a friend who was playing sevenup for a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter at a little side table cashed the theblues theblues timeblues
blues and reds stuffed the bills in my mypocket mypocket mypocket
pocket glanced at the clock saw it was waslon8 wasxoa8
xoa8 1018 and started home my friend follow following foUowing followlug ¬
ing whom I would squeeze one minute for forhis forhis forhis
his accident in turning over that card and andthump an andthump d dthnmp
thump the next for getting me into trouble troubleearly trouble troubleearly troubleearly >
early in the evening When we reached reachedmy teachedmy reachedmy
my corner I bade him good night and was wassoon wassoon wassoon
soon in my own room Turning up the gas gasI g s sI
I saw a telegram on my bureau It read readPHILADELPHIA readII read4Pl1ILADaLPIIIA
4Pl1ILADaLPIIIA II PHILADELPHIA PUILADBLPluAJa1ltIary January t 110 110Expected tSgo tSgoExpected 1890Expected
Expected to surprise you at 4 this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Accident Am well Meet Annex Annexboat Annexboat Annexboat
boat 1110 tpnight L LIt LIt I IIt
It was fifteen minutes to it J I I hurried hurriedto
to the corner and thought a car would never nevercome Ilevercome nevercome
come When I got to the City Hall the theclock theclock timeclock
clock showed tiio I rushed to one one of the thenight tbenight thenight
night hawks haw s and offered him tb I was wasahead wasahead wasahead
ahead of the game to get me to the Annex Annexin AnnexIn Annexin
in three minutes He didnt quite make it itbut itbut itbut
but my luck was with me The boat was waslate waslate waslate
late and as I jumped from the cab I head heardthe headth headthe
the th grinding of the vessel e61181 as she made m < le her herfinal herfinal herfinal
final bump at the landing My bashful bashful and andsympathetic a aAdsympathetic ld ldsympathetic
sympathetic friend was the only invited invitedguest invitedguest vited vitedguest
guest at the wedding And I quit playing playingpoker playnlpoker playingpoker
Trio The Subjection of Hun HunNo iIIUlNo ManNo
No I never have a bit of trouble with withmy withmy withmy
my husband 11 remarked the frail little littlewoman UttlewOlUan littlewomen
woman with the intellfgetit face In fact factI
I have him right under my thumb thumbYou thumbYou thumbYou
You dont look very strong doubtfully doubtfullycommented doubtflll1ycommented doubtfullycommented
commented the engaged engagedglrt engagedglrtYou girl girlYou girlYou
You mistake me my dear Its a mental mentalnot mentalnot mentalnot
not a physical pbysl l subjection subjectionWould subjectionWould subjectionWould
Would you mind telling me how howNot bOlvNot howNot
Not a bit Always glad to help any one onesteer ollesteer onesteer
steer clear of the rocks First of all you youmust youmust youmust
must know that a man in love is the biggest biggestsort biggestsort biggestsort
sort of a fbol and says things that make makehim makehim makehim
him almost wild when be hears them in inafter inafter inafter
after life I realized it and from the very verybeginning verybeginning verybeginning
beginning of our courtship I kept a phono phonograph phoneraph phonograph ¬
graph raph in the room and ev every ry speech he hemade hemade hemade
made was duly recorded Now whenever wheneveruiy whenevermy whenevermy
my husband gets a little bit obstreperous I Ijust IJust Ijust
just turn out a record or so Heavens how howlie bowhe howhe
he does ravel But he cant deny it It They Theyalways Theyulways Theyalways
always will though if you dont have proof proofpositive proofpOsitlvo proofpositive
positive positiveThank pOsitlvoTb1I1k positiveThank
Thank you gratefully murmured the theengaged theengnlrcd theengaged
engaged girl Ill get a phonograph this thisvery thllvery thisvery
very day dayRead davRead dayRead
Defeated Defea ed in a Game of Cards CardsBy Cards CardsBy
1 1By
By His Lawyer LawyerHE LawyerHE LawyerHE
Ifiros Ifires i q ty Lawyor Lawyorto to Ddeinl I > ijr ud JIIh1 anil anilWhen lldWhtH atlmlwhen
When the hynohers IJynohcraOamo Como to String StringHim StringUIIII StrinWHint
Him Up They Hanj Rnl the Lawyer fjawyorby IJllwyorbylU Lawyerby
bylU by Mistake Istllke and time tlu i UQII Ion pn Kscnpcs KscnpcsAn 1 tiuscnpcsAn 8cnpcs 8cnpcsAI
An AI Old Oldffana Plans Iyln Dylullt Dying Itoveintloii Hovolntlons vulntlolUl hi hian IIIan hran
an Hospital HospitalIn
In a warm evening in the summer of 1850 1850in 1850in 185oin
in the back room of a lawyers office in San SanDiego SanDiego SanDiego
Diego Cal two men sat playing cards The Thehours TheI10ura Thehours
hours of the night came and went still stl1they stl1theyplaved they theyplayed theyplayed
played till the dull gray gray of the morningcame morning morningcame morningcame
came slowly peering in at the windows windowsNeither windowsNeither windowsNeither
Neither seemed to gain and the game was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about even The stakes were high ones onesThey onesThey onesTlrey
They were a deed to the St Sallcis prop property propeity property ¬
erty eity by far the finest body of land in inthe intheneighborhood Intimeneighborhood < the theneighborhood
neighborhood The present owner of the theproperty theproptrty timeproperty
property was Jose Alvedo Alvedoa a Spaniard who whohad whohad whohad
had inherited it from his father along with withan withan withan
an inordinate passion for forgambllng gambling His Hispartner Hispartner Hispartner
partner or bitter opponent was Howard HowardGould EltwardGould ward wardGould
Gould a lawyer who had learned his profes profession professlon professitu ¬
situ in Louisiana graduated with honor but butwho butwho butwho
who possessed the luck of the devil at gain gambling Kambling gainbung ¬
bling Jose had at last having lost half his hiaproperty hisproperty hisproperty
property to Gould with wlt the bravado of des desperation de deperation desperation ¬
peration challenged him to a a game for the thewhole timewhole I
i whole or nothing Gould endeavored to todissuade todlsauade I
I dissuade him but the Spaniard was plucky pluckyand pluckyI pluckyand
I and flung back at him that he was a coward cowardand cowardand cowardand
and the lawyer had nothing to do but ac accept aeI accept ¬
I cept the challenge At last the Spaniard Spaniardthrew Spaniardthrew Spaniardtimrew
threw down a full hand three queens and a apair apair apair
pair ot sevens It was was the oldfashioned oldfashionedgame oldfashionedgame oldfashionedgame
game of freezeout A smile of triumph triumphflitted triunlpbttitted triumphflitted
flitted over the Spaniards face ce as he reached reachedfor reRchedfor reachedfor
for the deed but a low curse was all al that thatescaped thatelC8ped thatescaped
escaped his thin lips as Gould Gouldlhrew threw down downfour downfOltr downfour
four tens Then coolly stepping to hit hi safe safehe safehe safelie
he locked up the deed and lighted a 1 cigar cigarette cigarette cigarette ¬
ette The Spaniard wrapped himself up in inhis inhis Inhis
his cloak cloakand and disappeared Gould that day clayrecorded dayrecorded dayrecorded
recorded his deed and it soon became becamenoised becamenoised becamenoised
noised about that he had purchased the rich richtract richtract richtract
tract of St Solids Gould then and there theremade theremade theremade
made a resolve never to touch a card again againand aplnand againand
and the Suaniard disappeared from San SanDiego SanDiego SanDiego
Diego In less than a month Gould had Itadsold hadsold liedsold
sold his tract of land top to a rich company
from from the East and announced that he was wasgoing wasgoing
I Iiolng
going to San I Irancisco + to live lie had re received received received ¬
ceived a handsome competency and was wasresolved walre80lv wasresolved
resolved re80lv d to return to his profession In the thecity U thecity e ecity
city of the Golden Gatche opened his office officeapplying officeaLiplylng officeapplying
applying himself diligently to his profeslion profes profession profession
sion His success was commensurate in inthat 111that muthat
that new country with his application and andabilities andabilities andabilities
abilities He was handsome cool and elo eloquent eloquent eloqueut ¬
quent What was more h he was 81 successful successfuland successfuland successfuland
and succeeded in acquitting his clients His Hisfame Hisfanle Hisfame
fame spread far and wide and large fees feesflowed eeesflowed feesflowed
flowed in upon upomi him In short he was on onthe 011tiJe onthe
the highway to success successIn SUCCINIII successIn
In May 1854 a coldblooded murder was wascommitted wascommItted wascommitted
committed in Placer county c 1n y and a Sjfbimrd Sliplfsttlwho S Sjfbimrdwho j fattf fattfwho
who was Wal called SMnish fee wa waR arrwted on onsuspicion 01 01IUlplcion onsuspicion
suspicion The murdered man had Itadonly Itadonlybeen only onlybeen onlybcen
been a ashort short time in the neighborhood was wasquite wasquite wasquite
quite and peaceable and minded his own ownbusinsss OIVUbnslll311 ownbueinass
businsss He lived by himself and went wentby wentbv wentby
by + ne ne name of Baltimore Jack as sonic one onehad oneItdd onehad
had heard him say that he came from Balti Baltimore Baitimore Iti Itimore ¬
more Beyond that nothing was known of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his antecedents He came to town once a aweek aweek aweek
week and with his dust laid in his sup supplies suppllel supplies ¬
plies his claim yielding but fairly well wellOne wellOne wellOre
One day n 1 fellow miner went to borrow borrowapan a apan apan
pan and not finding Jack and receiving no noanswer noanllwer noanswer
answer to his knock he oyened the he rude rudecabin rudecabin rudecabin
cabin door and there a torrfble l sight met methis metbis methis
his eyes Jack lay upon the floor stone stonedead stonedead stonedead
dead Three bullet holes in his head bad baddone baddone haddone
done the work By him lay his pipe and andit andit andit
it was evident that he had been shot while whilesmoking whilesmoking whilesmoking
smoking his pipe before retiring as he sat satupon satupon satupon
upon his bed At once the affrightened affrightenedminer affrlghtenedminer aifrightenedminer
miner pale and out of breath rushed to totown totown totown
town and gave the news that Baltimore BaltimoreJack Baltimorelack BaltimoreJack
Jack had been murdered The miners went wentout wentout wentout
out and gave gavehim him a decent burial and the theofficials theofficials timeofficials
officials proceeded to try and discover the themurderer tbemurderer timemurderer
murderer Now Spanish Joe had borrowed borroweda
a revolver a short time previous of a saloon saloonkeeper saloonkeeper saloonkeeper
keeper and if when hen he returned it three of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the barrels were empty He was seen see to togo togo togo
go in the direction of Jacks cabin and the thebullets thebullets thebullets
bullets that killed Jack were found to fit fitthe fitthe fittime
the weapon Such convincing circum circumstances circumstances circunmstances
stances in those days were suspicious to tosay tosay tosay
say the least and Spanish Joe w WQ was locked lockedup lockedup lockedup
up in the adobe jail Then it was Jin Jinnounced an announced announced ¬
nounced that Gould the great criminal cnminallawyer cnmlnallawyer criminallawyer
lawyer of San Francisco was to defend defendhim defendbini defendhim
him and everybody wondered where Joe Joegot Joegot Joegot
got his money from from But the lawyer came cameand cameand cameand
and sure enough proceeded at once to the thejail thejail thejail
jail and was locked up in conaultation conaultationwith consultation consultationwith nu1tatlon nu1tatlonwltb
with his client clientYou clientYou clientYou
You promised prou lsed me once once that you you would wouldgrant wouldgrant wouldgrant
grant me any request said Spanish Joe JoeNow JoeNow JoeNow
Now you must save my life lifeYes lifeYes Ire IreYes
Yes Jose Alvedo I I did and Ill IlIdohIY dohiy
best Whats your story storyWell storyWell storyWell
Well I shot him When blast I lost my m place placeto placeto placeto
to you at cards cnrd I had nothing left but my myknowledge myknowledge myknowledge
knowledge of cards and health and the thewoman tbewonln timewomman
woman I loved but who was not my wife wifeDelphlno wUeDelphina wifeDelphina
Delphina Whet I went w nt home she sh had hadfound hadround hadfound
found it all out and upbraided me as only onlyan oillyan onlyan
an enraged Spanish S anish woman can That Thatnight Tbatnllbt Thatnight
night she left me and lived with a gambler gamblerover gambleroer gamblerover
over the saloon I saw no more of her exDept ex except except ¬
cept when she flaunted her silks silkkm in njy face faceas faceas faceas
as sometimes site paused me on the street streetThe streetTile streetThe
The man whom w honor she lived with was the man manI lIIanI manI
I killed kilted ktll One Saturday night Jack came cameinto cameInto cameIntp
into a saloon where I woe sitting and andthough andt1t andthough
though t1t ugh he was generally very ery quiet that thatnjght thatnight thatnight
night his tongue ran on like mad madi > and heford he hetoft hetolft
ford of his home in Baltimore and how he hehad he11ltd hebad
had run away and come out to the diggings diggingsand dlgrlllgsand diggingsad
and turned gambler bow lit fell in love lovewith lovewt lovewith
with wt I1 a rich gressers woman aNd how un unbeknown unbkl1pwn unbelnpwn ¬
beknown bkl1pwn to him they had carried on and andIiow andflow andhow
flow the greaser had finally gambled away awayhis awaybiB awaylife
his property and Oelphina had left him himand himsnd himand
and come come to him I knew my man mun and my mymind mymhid mymind
mind was soon made up The next day I Ishot Isbot Ishot
shot him as he waif smoking smokln his pipe before beforegoing beforegoing beforegoing
going to bed Now thats the Scrape and andGould andGould andGould
Gould you must get me out of It ItThe It ItThe ItThe
The latter declared the case was difficult difficultbut difficultbut difficultbut
but that he would bend alt his hi energies energiesto
to securing scudu a delay which was the only onlychance olllychance onlychance
chance he could hope for Diligently he hewent hewent hewent
went to work preparing preparlng8md prepartngaffiifavtdand affidavits vH and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the case > was called his 111 showing nOYh1g was so sostrong sostrong 0 0strong
strong that a continuance wafti waBtnrnted wa printed grduted by bythe bythe bythe
the court courtThat czourtThat courtThat
That night Gould who had frequent i qUlnt con COlisultations coneultatldns
sultations 1 4A with tl his t U Mtt client < 4 ft fthorse
dame on lltb tb a fast falltborse fasthorse
horse to the door of the jail all nit t telling lllng the thejailor th thjailor Ihejailor
jailor for he had become well W 1tt1tquainled 1tt1tquainledwith p acquainted acquaintedwith quainted quaintedwith
with him I shall shanatart start baokbV backb back tfy moonlight moonlightand woonJigbtand fuoonliglmtand
and hare a long conference conrerenCl with Jose
People l ple were gettingput of patience in those thoseday thosedays
day 41 days so many crimes were were committed and andIt andtc andIt
tc It was agreed that an example must be bemade bemlldt bemade
made and the rough miners resolved to tocommence tocamnlence toComurence
commence on Job So coo of them organic organising organiug organichtq ¬
ing ug they proceeded to the jail and taking takingout taklnlirout takingout
out one of the men he was hanged at 10 10oclock JOoclock tooclock
oclock at night to a tree in front of the thejail theJan thejail
jail The clerk at the hotel saw Lawyer LawyerGould LawyerQoUld LawyerQould
QoUld shortly after mount his horse and ride rideawav rideaav rideaway
away He knew it was him Iron the pe pecullor peCll1l1ar pecnliar
cullor clothes he wore He rode oil into intooblivion intoobll intooblivion
oblivion obll v ion He never came caine to San Francisco FranciscoHe FranciscoHe FranciscoHe
He was w never seen again on the Golden GoldenGate GoldenOnte GoldenGate
Gate Where had lIe gone His disappearance disap disappearance dlsapPQQrance ¬
pearance was most mysterious mysteriousIn
In the summer of 1874 an old man lay
dying at the Cincinnati Hospital He was wasan wasan wasan
an old Californian C lICornlan and one afternoon talk talking talking talking ¬
ing about the early mining days he said saidWell saidWell saidWell
Well the time doctors have havegiven given me up upbut but be before berore before ¬
fore I go I want to tell something that is all allpast allPllt allpast
past now nowi and he related the above story storyand storyand
and then said And I know what became becameof becanteof becameof I
of Gould I have never told it to a single singleperson singleperson Inglepenon
person and the secret ought to die with withme withme
me I was one of the vigilance committee committeethat committeetbat committeethat I
that hung the Spaniard that night that 200 200of 200of tooof
of us overpowered the sheriff and learned learnedthai learnedtba1 learnedthat
thai the Spaniard was with his blsattorney blsattorneylIr attorney attorneyMr attorneyMr
Mr Gould When we broke open the doors doorsof doorsof doorsof
of the jail Gould stood outside the cell with withhis withhis withhis
his hat drawn over his face and his long longcoat longcoat longcoat
coat buttoned buttonedclosely closely close Iv up while the Spaniard Spaniardlay Spaniardlay Spaniardlay
lay on the floor of his cell having as we wesupposed wesupposed wesupposed
supposed fainted from fright I said to the thecrowd tbecrowd timecrowd
crowd Let Mr Gould the lawyer pass passand passand passand
and the crowd divided and he passed passedquickly passedquickly passedquickly
quickly through them The body of the thefainting thefainliug thefainting
fainting Spaniard we took out It was very verydark verydark verydark
dark and slipping the noose around his hisneck IU8neck hisneck
neck Jose Alvedo was soon launched off I Iwanted Iwanted Iwanted
wanted to bury the body bod v that night but the themob tbemob themob
mob said no let it hang as a terror to evil evildoers evildoers evildoers
doers and so it was agreed I went home homebut homebut homebut
but could not sleep I saw the body of the theSpaniard tlleSpaniard timeSpaniard
Spaniard Jose dangling inmy Inmydreams in my dreams and andgetting andgetting andgetting
getting up got a pick and shovel and cut cutting cuttlug cut cutting ¬
ting down the body prepared to give it itburial itburial itburial
burial I examined the features and found foundthey foundthey foundthey
they were not those tho e of Spanish Jose but of ofGould ofGould ofGould
Gould the lawyer The truth flashed across acrossmy acro acronlY acrossamy
my mind in an instant We Ve had not hung hungJose bungJOtIebut hungJose
JOtIebut Jose but Gould The Spaniard had prob probably probably probably ¬
ably heard the mob coming and felling the thelawyer tilllawyer thelawyer
lawyer to the floor changed clothes and in inthe Inthe inthe
the darkness the mob had hung the wrong wrongman wrongnlan wrongname
man allowing tlmeguiltycriminal the thcllullty guilty criminal to escape escapeI
I buried the corpse and shortly after af er left leftthe leftthe lefttime
the country I have carried the terrible terriblesecret terribleseeret terriblesecret
secret for years and now feel easier that it itis ItIS itma
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