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I was lounging loun ing on the low wall wallat wallat wallat
at Sandymount Strand Ireland Irelandwatching Irelandwatching Irelandwatching
watching the water lazily creep creepup creepup creepup
up over the yellow sand and in inthe inthe in inthe
the distance the cockle pickers pickersbent pickersbent pickersbent
bent nearly double at attheir their work worktheir worktheir worktheir
their bare legs and bright colored coloredpetticoats coloredpetticoats coloredpetticoats
petticoats gleaming in the sun It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was my first visit to the distress distresslul distressful distresslul
lul country and looking 1001 ng at the thepeacelul thepeaceful thepeaceful
peaceful scene belore me I tound toundit loundit toundit
it well nigh impossible to imagine imaginethe itnaginethe imaginethe
the lair land shaken from time to totime totime totime
time by fierce passion and lust of ofblood ofbloodj ofblood
blood bloodj to think of ofthe the mirthloving mirthlovingsons
sons of Erin fightins like demons demonsagainst demonsagainst demonsagainst
against law and order My rev reverie reverie reverie ¬
erie was interrupted by a big bigbrown bigbrown bigbrown
brown bearded man who came up upand upand upand
and asked for a light li2ht We entered enteredinto enteredinto enteredinto
into conversation and following followingout
out my train of thought I told him himhow himhow himhow
how difficult I found it to realize realizethat realizethat realizethat
that there could be discontent under un under under ¬
der such a smiling surface surfaceThere surfaceThere surfaceThere
There never was a period in the thehistory thehistory thehistory
history ot Ireland when patriotic patrioticfeelinq patrioticfeeling patrioticfeeling
feeling was so utterly dead as it is isat isat isat
at present said he Famine Famineand Famineand Famineand
and emigration have killed kill d the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true Irish feeling A poetic imi imitation imitation imitation ¬
tation ot patriotism is practised by bya bya bya
a few idle people of the upper mid midSisS middle middle
dle SisS class fe hut h rplttarc5qut ifeteb it oetnot nt antf ana tnllrh to fi narm narmless h rmt rmtless th thrplttarc5qut the theless
less On the very wall where you youare youare youare
are sitting now Fenian plots were werehatched wereI1atched werehatched
hatched in 66 I was a boy offourteen o ofourteen
fourteen then and we lived on theStrand the theStrand theStrand
Strand Road Many a time I saw sawthe sawthe sawthe
the chief conspirators sitting just justhere justhere justhere
here o or r walking up and down downtalking downtalking downtalking
talking earnestly Long afterwards after afterwards afterwards ¬
wards I recognized them by their theirportraits theirportraits1s theirportraits
portraits portraits1s as the leaders of the theFenian theFenian theFenian
Fenian movement You English Englishmen Engltshmen Englishmen ¬
men forget that though the Irish Irishare Irishre Irishire
are ire re a conquered nation they arenot are arenot arenot
not subuded They have never nevertaken nevertaken nevertaken
taken kindly kin dly to their captors Indeed In Indeed Indeed
deed 1 think it is your own fault faultbut faultbut faultbut
but that is an Irishmans view viewsaid viewsaid viewsaid
said he with a pleasant smile smileand smileand smileand
and I apologise apologiseGo
Go on replied I IThe IThe IThe
The Fenian rising was an hon honest honest honest ¬
est open rebellion not like thedisgraceful the thedisgraceful thedisgraceful
disgraceful affair of thirteen yearsago years yearsago yearsago
ago that lid to nothing but secret secretassassination secretassassination secretassassination
assassination and shooting inno innocent innocent innocent ¬
cent people from behind hedges hedgesThat hedgesThat hedgesThat
That brought out all the worsetraits worse worsetraits worsetraits
traits in the character of the CeltBut Celt CeltBut CeltBut
But I am growing loquacions and andimpertinent andimpertinent andimpertinent
impertinent sir I forget that this thisold thisold thisold
old history can have no interest interestfor interestfor interestfor
for you youI vouI youI
I hastened to assure him that it itwas itwas itwas
was the dream of my life to hear hearan hearan hearan
an Irishmans side of ofthestoryand ofthestoryandthat thestoryandthat the story and andthat
that it would be all the better from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the lips of one who could remem remember remember remember ¬
ber it
itWell
Well said he if you really reallycare reallycare reallycare
care about it I can tell you a story storythat storythat storythat
that never appeared in print printLook printLook printLook
Look said he pointing with the thestem tiestem tl e estem
stem of his pipe into the distance distanceyou distanceyou distanceyou
you see the tide rising risingit it is iscreeping iscretping iscreeping
creeping slowly up filling a pool poolhere poolhere poolhere
here and there covering up tho thoyellow thoyellow thoyellow
yellow sand but leaving some somepatches somepatches somepatches
patches far out still dry It wasjust was wasjust wasjust
just like that the tide of discontent discontentrose discontentrose discontentrose
rose and spread till at last the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole country was swept by a awave awave awave
wave of rebellion from the Cause Causeway Causeway Causeway ¬
way to Cape Clear The hillside hillsidemen hillsidemen hillsidemen
men were drilling everywhere in inthe inthe inthe
the moonlight moonlightDown moonlightDown moonlightDown
Down the hills twining their blessedsteel blessed blessedsteel blessedsteel
steel shining
Like rivers of beauty they flow from fromeach fromeach fromeach
each glen glenFrom glenFrom glenFrom
From mountain and valley tis Lib Libertles Libertles Liberties
ertles rally rallyOut rdllyOut rallyOut
Out and make way for the Fenian Fenianmen Fenianmen Fenianmen
menEvery men menEvery menEvery
Every day the papers were full fullof fullof fullof
of rumored risings guns uns were werefound werefound werefound
found in the most unsuspectedplaces unsuspected unsuspectedplaces unsuspectedplaces
places and the old Irish pike a adeadly adeadly adeadly
deadly weapon made its reappear reappearance reappearance reappearance ¬
ance in many an Irish cabin The Theconspiracy Theconspiracy Theconspiracy
conspiracy would have been very
formidable but for the treachery of ofone ofone ofone
one of its most trusted brothers brotherswho brotherswho brotherswho
who picked his friends Iri mds pocket of ofimportant ofimportant ofimportant
important documents while he heslept heslept heslept
slept and then betrayed the plotto plot plotto plotto
to the Government This man af afterwards afterwards afterwards ¬
terwards met the fate that he de deserved deserved deserved ¬
served He was found in Londonwith London Londonwith Londonwith
with a dagger through his heart heartThe heartThe heartThe
The words Irelands vengeancewere vengeance vengeancewere vengeancewere
were written on a piece of paper paperattached paperattached paperattached
attached to the handleOne handle handleOne handleOne
One dark night I heard twomen two twomen twomen
men talking on the Strand Road Roadand Roadand Roadand
and I caught a sentence or two twothat twothat twothat
that made me hide in the shadow shadowand shadowand shadowand
and listen breathlessly To my myamazement myamazement myamazement
amazement I learnt that the man manknown manknown manknown
known as Mr Cuthbert whose whoseopen whoseopen whoseopen
open life had apparently no mys mystrjr my myLT mystnir
trjr tnir it u2 itj h VY nwo e A roolll rooll ATfiha Mirhal MirhalOConnor Mirh2PlO l lOConnor
O OConnor Connor the most dangerousand dangerous dangerousand dangerousand
and powerful Fenian of them allHis all allHis allHis
His identity had been betrayedand betrayed betrayedand betrayedand
and these men who were detec detectives detectives detectives ¬
tives were even now planning the thethe thethe thethe
the manner of hh arrest by which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they hoped to cover themselves themselveswith themselveswith themselveswith
with glory The warrant was notyet not notyet notyet
yet signed but would be on the themorrow themorrow themorrow
morrow so Michael OConnor OConnorhad OConnorhad OConnorhad
had only about twelve hours to toescape toescape toescape
escapeThere escape escapeThere escapeThere
There was but one thing to be bedone bedone bedone
done I went in mad haste to towarn towarn towarn
warn my friend of his danger 1ran 1 1ran 1ran
ran so fast that before I reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the house the soles of my feet feetwere feetwere feetwere
were aching as if they had been beenslappsd beenslapJd beenslapped
slapped and my heart beating so soviolently soviol soviolently
viol violently nt1y that I had to stop andrecover and andrecover andrecover
recover my breath before I
knocked Mr OConnor as I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will call him now was in the din dinning dinning dinning ¬
ning room I told him briefly brieflywhat brieflywhat brieflywhat
what had happened and his face facegrew facegrew facegrew
grew stern as he listened I was wasexpecting wasexpecting wasexpecting
expecting this he said but notso not notso notso
so soon soonj I must go away to night nightIf nightIf nightIf
If I had only twentyfour twenty four hours hoursstart hoursstart hoursstart
start I could defy them themj as it is Iam I Iam Iam
am in deadly dead Iv peril Then a di divine die dievine divine ¬
vine inspiration flashed into my mymind mymind mymind
mind At present the resemblance resemblancebetween resemblancebetween resemblancebetween
between my father and OConnor OConnoreven OConnoreven OConnoreven
even extended to their walk for forboth forboth forboth
both had a limp limpmy my fathers theresult the theresult theres
result res ult of a sprained ankle fromwhich from fromwhich fromwhich
which he had not quite recovered recoveredand recoveredand recoveredand
and OConnors was permanent permanentThe permanentThe permanentThe
The great idea was this That my
father should visit OConnors OConnorsgarden OConnorsgarden OConnorsgarden
garden the following morning If
the police saw him enter theywould they theywould theywould
would think it was OConnor OConnorreturning OConnorreturning OConnorreturning
returning from bathing as he often oftendid oftendid oftendid
did at that hour My friend friendagreed friendagreed friendagreed
agreed that the plan was Napo NapoIconic Napoleonic Napoteonic
Iconic If it succeeded it would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give him just the start he needed neededand neededand neededand
and if it failed it was the fortune fortuneot fortuneof
ot war Michael OConnor was wasvery wasvery wasvery
very pale but his voice was steady steadyas
as he said goodbye under the portraits por portraits portraits ¬
traits of Lord Edward and Emmett Em Emmett Emmett
mett mettuA
mettA uA A lamp was burning on the thewide t thewide e ewide
wide chimney piece and the dying dyingfire dYingfire dyingfire
fire threw a flickering light on the thepictured thepicturd thepictured
pictured faces of the dead ad patriots patriotsmaking pa patriotsmakin r ots otsmakinu
making makin them glow witha with a fictitious fictitiouslife fictitiouslife fictitiouslife
life Probably they had gone gonethrough gonethrough gonethrough
through such scenes in their theirtroubled theirtroubled theirtroubled
troubled lives You have been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the best and truest friend to me in inthe inthe inthe
the worldsaid Michael OConnor OConnortaking OConnortaking OConnortaking
taking my hand I shall nevercease never nevercease nevercease
cease to thank you all my life for forwhat forwhat forwhat
what you have done tonight to night Iam I Iam Iam
am an outcast now but butsome some day dayplease dayplease dayplease
please Heaven we shall meet in inhappier inhappier n nhappier
happier times I was just a stupid stupidboy stupIdboy stupidboy
boy and though I felt I was livingin living livingin livin livinin
in an historic incident 1 could only onlystammer onlystammer onlystammer
stammer out God save Ireland IrelandGod IrelandlGod IrelandGod
God save Ireland and us alllhe re replied replied replied ¬
plied in his musical voice jvhichl jvhichldid Nhich Idid I Idid
did not hear again tor eight years yearsT yearsMichael yearsMichael yearsMichael
T K
Michael OConnor escaped to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America and Molly and her aunt auntfollowed aunt10110wed auntfollowed
followed him when things were a alittle ahttle alittle
little quieter The old brown browning brownhnn brownd
hnn P Wlct wa qhnt ur A Aweeds d 1 1weeas
weeds weeas grew rank and long chok chokin chokini
ini ing in up the roses and lavender in inthe inthe inthe
the pretty garden In course oftime oftime
time I went into Trinity but I Inever Inever
never forgot Mollie Her blue blueeyes blueeyes blueeyes
eyes came between me and my mywork mvwork mywork
work and sometimes quite sud suddenly suddenly suddenly ¬
denly a memory of the scent ol olthat 01that ofthat
that garden would rush over me melike melike melike
like a wave Then I 1 lelt I must mustcross mustcross mustcross
cross the sea and find her out At Atlast Atlast Atlast
last it grew too strong to be borne borneand borneand borneand
and when I was twenty I went to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America I found sweet Mollie MollieCuthbert MollieCuthbert MollieCuthbert
Cuthbert sweeter than ever and to tomake tomake tomake
make a long lon story short I married marriedher marriedher marriedher
her and if you care to visit usyou usyouwill us you youwill youwill
will see that we are sweethearts sweetheartsstill sweetheartsstill sweetheartsstill
still
DREYFUSS HOME AT LIsLE DUDIASLBDreytuss DU DUDIABLE DUDIABLEDrey1uss
DIABLEDrey1uss DIABLE Dreyluss plight is in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed a pitiful and terrible one oneHis oneHis oneHis
His house which is a rudely built builtshanty builtshanty builtshanty
shanty ot one small room contain containing containintt containing ¬
ing a plank bed table and chair chairis chairis chairis
is constructed within and com completely completely completely ¬
pletely covered by a huge hu e iron ironcage ironcage ironcage
cage about ten feet high and twelve twelvefeet twelvefeet twelvefeet
feet square similiar to those used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for immuring wild beasts in a men menagerie menagerie menagerie ¬
agerie On no pretence whatever whateveris
is he permitted outside the narrow narrowconfines narrowconfines narrowconfines
confines of this thi barbarous prison prisonTwo prisonTwo prisonTwo
Two sentries armed with loaded loadedrifles loadedrifles loadedrifles
rifles wath wat h religiously over him himnight himnight himnight
night and day being relieved every everytwo everytwo everytwo
two hours and they have strict in injunctions inj injunctions ¬
junctions j unctions to mercilessly shootdown shootdownthe shoot down downthe downthe
the prisoner should he make a dash dashfor dashfor dashfor
for deeply yearned liberty libelt They Theyare Thevare Theyare
are rigorously forbidden to hold holdany holdany holdany
any intercourse whatever with the thedegraded thedegraded thedegraded
degraded officer under pain of the themost themost themost
most severe penalties Recently Recentlya RecenLlylIrgln
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ranks for deigning to answer in a amoment amoment amoment
moment of abstraction an interpo interpolation interpolation interpolation ¬
lation by Dreytus as to when the themails themails themails
mails would arrive This is stated statedto statedto statedto
to be the only on Iv occasion upon which whichDreyfus whIchDreyfus whichDreylus
Dreyfus has spoken to a human humanbeing humanbeing humanbeing
being since his incarceration and andit andIt andit
it is a wonder that the solitary con confinement confinement confinement ¬
finement has not deprived him ot othis 01his ofhis
his reason Dreyfuss Dreyfu s life is in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed intolerable He has to rise risewith risewith risewith
with the sun and is compelled to toshow toshow toshow
show himself for five minutes everyhour every everyhour cveryhour
hour in his outer ou ter cage ca e until sunset sunsetwhen sunsetwhen sunsetwhen
when he retires so that the gover governor governor governor ¬
nor of the penal colony upon the theadjacent theadjacent theadjacent
adjacent islands can testify by the theaid theaid theaid
aid of his field glasses that the theprisoner theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner is still in safe custody and andreport andreport andreport
report the matter matt r direct by cable to toParis toParis toParis
Paris His clothes are of the rough roughest roughest roughest ¬
est description and his food of the thecoarsest thecoarsest thecoarsest
coarsest When he ventures out outside outside outside ¬
side his primitive bedchamber he heis heIs heis
is confronted with the gaunt iron ironbars ironbars ironbars
bars of his cage which gall him himterribly himterribly himterribly
terribly He paces the green sward swardthat swardthat swardthat
that skirts his shanty feverishly feverishlyand feverishlyand feverishlyand
and gazes in sad abstraction and andanxiety andanxiety andanxiety
anxiety out to sea looking in vain vainfor vainfor vainfor
for help At long intervals he is ispermitted ispermitted ispermitted
permitted to write to his sorrowing sorrowingfamily sorrowingfamily sorrowingfamily
family in France and although althoughsubjected altboughsubjected althoughsubjected
subjected to stringentsurveillance stringentsurveillancethe stringent surveillance surveillancethe surveillancethe
the authorities deleting anything anythingwhich anythingwhich anythingwhich
which they do not care to pass the theepistles theepistles theepistles
epistles are so harrowing in the thevividness thevividness thevividness
vividness of the detailed horrors horrorsand horrorsand horrorsand
and intense misery in this living
hellthat the most hardhearted can canscarcely canscarcely canscarcely
scarcely fail ail to be moved to pity
The outside world is to him a per perfect perfect perfect ¬
fect blank He is utterly in ignor ignorance ignorance ignorance ¬
ance of the strenuous efforts that thathave thathave thathave
have been made in Paris to estab establish establish establish ¬
lish his innocence as any passages passagesHI
HI tlla rll few Ictt lcUr < ra from homo roljkt roljkting rl rrtakiing t ting
ing thereto are ruthlessly cut out outby outby outby
by the authorities authoritiesThere authoritiesThere authoritiesThere
There Is more catarrh in this section sectionof sectionoC sectionof
of the countrv than all other diseasesput diseases diseasesput dlsealesput
put together and until the last few years yearswas vearswas yearswas
was supposed suppo ed to be incurable For a agreat agreat agreat
great many years doctors pronounced it ita ita Ita
a local disease di eat and prescribed local localremedies localremedies localremedies
remedies and by constantly failing to tocure tocure tocure
cure with local treatment pronounced it
incurable Science has proven catarrh catarrhto catarrhto catarrhto
to be a constitutional disease and there therelore therelore therelore
lore requires constitutional treatment
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