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Travel TravelOne TravelOne TravelOne
One evening at Teng Yueh we weinvited weinvited weinvited
invited two Chinamen to take for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign chow chow with us They Theysat Theysat Theysat
sat perched like monkeys with withtheir withtheir ith iththeir
their feet on the impromptu chairs chairsand chairsand chairsand
and were evidently so delightedwith delighted delightedwith delightedwith
with English tinned salmon tin tinned tmned tinned ¬
ned mutton and tinned fruit thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the three following nights ni hts they theycame theycame theycame
came to dinner unasked While Whilethej Wlulethe Whilethey
they the were gurgling at our sad at attempts attempts attempts
tempts to pronounce Chinese andwe and andwe andwe
we were defying them to pro pronounce pronounceAuchtermuchty pronounceAuchtermuchty ¬
nounce nounceAuchtermuchty Auchtermuchty and Eccle Ecclefeechan Ecclefeechan Ecclefeechan
feechan as a Scotsman insists they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should be pronounced a full moon moonface moonface moonface
face loomed out ol the darknessbehind darkness darknessbehind darknessbehind
behind us and a voice said I Ispeakee Ispeakee Ispeakee
speakee very good English En 1ish lan language language language ¬
guage me speakee very clever I Ilike 1like Ilike
like go with English gentlemansChina gentlemans gentlemansChina gentlemansChina
China very bad country and I go gowith gowith gowith
with you Givey me what you youlike voulike youlike
like I satisfied It was a youth youthwho youthwho youthwho
who had learned pigeon English Englishin
in the service ol a British official officialin officialin officialin
in Burma and had come home to toTing toTing toTing
Ting Yueh and was anxious to toearn toearn toearn
earn a few hundred thousand hon honestcash bonest on onestcash ¬
est estcash cash by being interpreter Wehad We Wehad Ve Vehad
had a wild and hilly region to pass passthrough passthrough passthrough
through and the lad had a pony ponySo pOJ1YSo ponySo
So we engaged him for a month monthWe monthWe monthWe
We christened him Don Juan not notbecause notbecause notbecause
because of any amorous proclivities proclivi proclivities proclivities ¬
ties but because it was Vas rather like likehis likehis likehis
his Chinese name and certainly certainlyeasier certainlyeasier certainlyeasier
easier to say sa He was a bright brightfellow brightfellow brightfellow
fellow and his English though thoughpeculiar thou thoughpeculiar h hpeculiar
peculiar had an aldermanic porty portylostoramlial portypostprandial
lostoramlial smoothness that was
grateful and an comforting comfortingWhat comfortingWhat
What however was neither neithergrateful neithergrateful t tgrateful
grateful nor comforting was the theprospect theprospect theprospect
prospect that after the first nine ninemiles nine ninemiles
miles out of ofTeng Teng Yueh we should shouldbe shouldI shouldbe
I be among the hills and have to towalk towalk towalk
walk Trundling bicycles over overrocks overrocks overrocks <
rocks had lost some of its fascina fascination fascination fascination
tion and through the Wun the thedignified thedignified thedignified
dignified wearer ot the Peacocks PeacocksFeather PeacocksFeather PeacocksFeather
Feather we engaged six coolies to toaccompany toaccompany toaccompany
accompany us seventy miles One Oneof Oneof
of them had nothing else to do but butto butto butto
to carry money But first of all allwe allr allwe
we made the coolies an advance of
r 2514 cash to togain gain their theirgood good opin opinion opinion opinion <
ion The bicycles were wel e in thestreet the thestreet thestreet <
street Don Juan on his pony ponydressed ponydressed 1 1dressed
dressed in a little brief authorityand authority authorityand authorityand <
and as important as Bumble Bumblethe Bumblethecooties Bumblethecoolies the thecoolies
coolies were laden with baggage baggageand baggageand baggageand <
and the thoroughfare was packed packedwith packedwith packedwith
with a laughing good natured naturedChinese naturedChiAese naturedChinese
Chinese mob Then the chief of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the coolies turned obstreperous obstreperousHe
He was a weazel faced raucous raucousthroated raucousthroated I Ithroated
throated rascal and he took ook it into intohis intor
r his head that 2514 cash was not a asufficient asufficient asufficient
sufficient advance and he must musthave musthave musthave
have 4308 He was told he wouldhave would wouldhave wuldhave
have nothing of the kind There Thereupon Thereupon Thereupon ¬
upon he hebecame became abusive threw his hisbundle hisbundle hisbundle
bundle upon the ground and re regarded reearded retarded ¬
garded us with slant eyed con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt We demanded that the thecoolies thecoolies thecoolies I
coolies should advance Every EveryChinaman EvervChinaman EveryChinaman
Chinaman for thirty yards round roundshouted roundshouted roundshouted
shouted advice We were in a aminority aminority aminority
minority the crowd began beaanscoffing beaanscoffingand scoffing scoffingand scoffingand
and our rebellious gentleman did didnot didnot didnot
not improve matters by openly openlyflouting openlyflouting openlyflouting
flouting us and exciting a row rowWe rowWe rowWe
We argued for half an hour andanxious and andanxious andanxious
anxious to escape into the country countrycompromised countrycompromised countrycompromised
compromised by advancing a further fur further further ¬
ther 600 cash and promising the theremainder theremainder theremainder
remainder in the evening Hetook He Hetook Hetook
took the money But two minutes minuteslater minuteslater minuteslater
later he said he would not move a astep astep astep
step till the whole amount was waspaid waspaid waspaid
paid We rushed our bicycles bicyclesback bicyclesback bicyclesback
back into the foul inn yard got ot the thecoolies thecoohes thecoolies
coolies to bring in the luggage luggagecornered lug luggagecornered age agecornered
cornered the c chief life ol II the gang andmade and andmade andmade
made him refund the money we wehad wehad wehad
had paid him and all the while whilethe chilethe hile hilethe
the four soldiers were slashing at atthe atthe atthe
the howling ruffians who tried to toforce toforce toforce
force an entrance Now we wesaid wesaid wesaid
said to the noisy rebel we will willoccupy willIccuPY willoccupy
occupy the rest of the day in tak taking taking taking ¬
ing you before the Wun Vun at the theYamen theYamen theYamen
Yamen What did he care for the theWun thlWun theWun
Wun What did he care lor the theYamsn theYamn theYamn
Yamn What did he care for forthree forthree forthree
three foreign devils like us usP He Hederided Hederided Hederided
derided us Dunn remained behind be behind behind ¬
hind to guard the property and andthe andthe andthe
the other called upon the soldierto soldier soldierto
to bring the man along to the pal palace palace palace ¬
ace He came without any forcing forc forcing forcing ¬
ing grinning and making makin faces facesand facesand facesand
and as we hurried through the nar narrow narrow narrow
row crowded streets we were fol followed 101lowed tollowed ¬
lowed by an uproarious rabble rabbleWhen rabbleWhen rabbleWhen
When we arrived at the Yamen Yamenwe Yamenwe Yamenwe
we were in anything but a saintly saintlymood saintlymood saintlymood
mood The Chief Magistrate of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city dressed from rom head to foot footin footin footto
to in a brilliant blue silk robe andsurrounded and andsurrounded andsurrounded
surrounded by lesser city luminaries luminar luminaries luminaries ¬
ies in less dazzling attire received receivedus
us graiously gra iously We stated our ourgrievance ourerievance ourgrievance
grievance grievance We were British subjects sub subjects sJbjects ¬
jects and had been insulted In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of receiving protection as as we wewere wewere wewere
were entitled to we had been ex exposed exposed exposed ¬
posed to the molestatian of a mob moband moband moband
and the offensive railings of a ruf ruffian ruffian ruffian ¬
fian And so on We declined declinedto
to be conciliated by the assertion assertionof
of the Chief Magistrate Magistratethat that the man manwas manwas manwas
was ignorant and knew no better betterHe betterHe betterHe
He and the people of Ting TingYueh TingYuehwould Yueh Yuehwould Yuehwould
would have to learn that foreigntravellers foreign foreigntravellers foreigntravellers
travellers were to be treated with withrespect withrespect withrespect
respect said we We endeavored endeavoredto
to be both indignant and dignifiedAll dignified dignifiedAll di nified nifiedAll
All this time the coolie had been beenstanding beenstanding beenstanding I
standing sullen When spoken to toby toby toby I
by the magistrate down he drop dropped dropped dropped ¬
ped on his knees and touched the themagisterial themagisterial themagisterial
magisterial shoes with his fingersWhat fingers fingersWhat fingersWhat
What his version of the affair a air was waswe waswe waswe
we dont know but one of the of officials officials officials
ficials waxed axed terribly wroth andlooked and andlooked andlooked
looked like breaking his pipe over overthe overthe overthe
the fellows head In came two twothicklipped twothicklipped twothicklipped
thicklipped reprobates The Thecoolie Thecoolie Thecoolie
coolie was thrown on his face a athonged athonged athonged
thonged appliance strapped his hisheels hisheels hisheels
heels together his pantaloons were wereturned wereturned wereturned
turned up till the bare flesh above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the knees was exposed Then a abamboo abamboo abamboo
bamboo switch was produced and andone andone andone
one ot the executioners laid on onBut onBut onBut
But he laid on lightly lightlyjusttapping lightlyjusttappingthe justtapping justtappingthe just tapping tappingthe
the prisoner We jumped up in a afury afury afury
fury and snatched our hats Tell Tellthe Tellthe Tellthe 1
the magistrate we shouted to the theinterpreter theinterpreter theinterpreter
interpreter that he too is insult insulting insulting insultjug ¬
ing us the whole thing is a farce farceand farceand farceand
and we will telegraph to those who whowill whowill whowill >
will soon set matters right W Wbrushed Webrushed <
brushed the folks aside and andmarched andmarched
marched towards the doorIn door doorIn doorIn
In an instant the magistrate magistratewhite magistratewhite magistratewhite
white with fright rushed forward
caught us by the arm and be beto besought besought
sought patience He apologized apologizedhe
he instructions for the blows blowsto blowsto
gave simply because he hewanted hewanted hewantedtoshamethe
to be light
wanted wantedtoshamethe to shame the man Shame Shamebe Shamebe Shamebe
be hanged we said we want him himpunished himpunished himpunished
punished for his insults and as an anexample anexample anexample
example to other ruffians in Teng TengYueh TengYueh TengYuch
Yueh We saw we should have haveto haveto haveto
to be firm To waver was to belost be belost belost
lost and the mob might do what whatthey whatthey whatthey
they liked vith > us We were like likethe likethe likethe
the Shakespearian gentleman in inthe inthe inthe
the mood to drink hot blood Sove So Sove SoHe
ve insisted Down was the man manthrown manthrown manthrown
thrown again and this time the thestrokes thestrokes thestrokes
strokes were real and the black blackguard blackguard blackguard ¬
guard howled Then we ex exchanged exchanged exchanged ¬
changed the customary compli compliments compliments compliments ¬
ments with the wearer of the blue bluesilk bluesilk bluesilk
silk robe We Ve regretted regret ted the in inconvenience inconvenience in inconvenience ¬
convenience we had caused but butwe butwe butwe
we had tad our own safety to consider considerHe considerHe considerHe
he hehada hehllda hehada
He said we were quite right
hada great respect for Englishmen Englishmenand Englishmenand
and he begged beg ed us not to be angry angryor angryor
or to consider the incident furtherWe further furtherWe furtherWe
We said something untruthful untruthfulabout untruthfulabout untruthfulabout
about the charm ot travelling in inwestern inwestern inwestern
western China and withdrewLater withdrew withdrewLater withdrewLater
Later in the day the same chief chiefmagistrate chiefmagistrate chiefmagistrate
magistrate this time clad in a beau beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful purple jacket paid a sort of ofstate ofstate ofstate
state visit to us He kowtowed kowtowedto
be bemoaned bemoaned bemoaned ¬
to each of us obsequiously
moaned that our visit to TingYueh Ting TingYueh TingYueh
Yueh had been marked by any un unpleasantness unpleuantness unpleasantness ¬
pleasantness said that he h e himself himselfwould hImselfwould himselfwould
would arrange for coolies who whowere whowere whowere
were the paragons of cooltedomand cooliedom cooliedomand cooliedomand
and that when hen we left he would wouldfurnish wouHfurnish wouldfurnish
furnish a a strong escort to guard uard us usWe usWe usWe
We had won the day The news newsof newsof newsof
of what had occurred spread spreadthrough spreac spreacthrough spreadthrough
through the city and when at sun sundown sundown sundown ¬
down we went for a stroll even the thecurious thecurious thecurious
curious curious little Chinese boys followed fol followed followed ¬
dis distance di ditance distance
lowed us at a very respectful
tance r r
Nothing could havebcen have been quieter quieterban
than when wh < in n we scraped the mud ofTeng of ofTeng I i iTeng
the thenext thenext thenext
Teng Yuh from pur our shoes
t next morning During the thejourney thejourneywe journey journeywe
we had chanced upon Mr James JamesTurner JamesTurner JamesTurner
Turner a commercial explorerwho explorer explorerwho explorerwho
who had spent years in the swamps swampsof swampsof swampsof
of Alrica and was now searching searchingYunnn searchingYunn searchingYunn
Yunnn Yunn n for or likely products of oftrade oftrade oftrade
trade We joined forces and set setoff setoff j joff
off east together The Chief Mag Magistrate Magistrate Magistrate ¬
istrate was down early to bid us usfarewell usfarewell usfarewell
farewell and to see that we were wereprovided wereprovided wereprovided
provided with a proper escort dur during during during ¬
ing the five days journey to Yung YungChang YungChang YungChang
Chang Fu There were eight sol soldiers soldiers sotdiers ¬
diers in all a ragged rag ed disreputablelooking disreputable disreputablelooking disreputablelooking
looking crew with one sword and andone andone andone
one dirk between the lot They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were however all armed with withopium withopium withopium
opium pipes and a couple carried carriedswelling carriedswelling carriedswelling
swelling bamboo umbrella that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would provide shelter for a whole wholefamily wholefamily wholefamily
family There were not sufficient sufficientgood sufficientgood sufficientgood
good looks among the eight to tofurnish tofurnish tofurnish
furnish any oneselfrespecting man manwith manwith manwith
and andprobably andprobably andprobably
with 1 a passable countenance
probably they reasoned that with withsuch withsuch withsuch
such < faces it was unnecessary to tocarry tocarry tocarry
in instruments instruments instruments
carry guns and other warlike ¬
struments They stuck closer to tous tous tous
us than the proverbial brother II IIone IIone 11one
one of us rushed on ahead one ol olthe otthe ofthe
the guard blowing like grampuswould grampus grampuswould grampusI
would keep in close attendance attendanceIf
If anyone loitered a soldier was wassure wassure wassure
sure to loiter also The approach approachol
ol any mule caravan or stray villager vil villager vilJager ¬
lager was the signal si naJ for tr shrill yells yellsEverybody veilsEverybody yellsEverybody
Everybody got on one side to tomake tomake tomake
make room Horsemen alwaysdismounted always alwaysdismounted alwaysdismounted
dismounted to permit us to pass passbecause passbecause passbecause
because for a man to remainmounted remain remainmounted remainmounted
mounted while his superior was waspassing waspassin waspassing
passing passin him unmounted is a grave gravediscourtesy gravediscourtesy gravediscourtesy
discourtesy in China and would wouldprobably wouldprobably wouldprobably
probably lead to his being dragged draggedfrom draggedfrom draggedfrom
from the animals back On the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first night out we caught tone one of the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers exchanging his dirty straw strawmattress strawmattress strawmattress
mattress for a slightly sli htly cleaner one oneintended oneintended oneintended
intended for pur our use We threatened threat threatened threatened ¬
ened him with punishment and andalter andalter andalter
alter that he and his companionsrecognizing companions companionsrecognizing companionsrecogntzing
recognizing that no nonsense nonsensewould nonsensewould nonsensewould
would be permitted became the thebest thebest thebest
best of attendants At night they theyhunted theyhunted theyhunted
hunted out for us the best sleepingplace sleeping sleepingplace sleep ng ngplace
place in the hillside hamlets hamletsscoured hamletsscoured hamletsscoured
scoured the district for or food and andat andat andat
at the midday halts made tea for forus forus forus
us They were light hearted fellows fel fellows fellows ¬
lows and their light heartedness heartednesstook heartednesstook heartednesstook
took the form of singing While Whileone Whileone Whileone
one was struggling with a Chinesecum Chinese ChinesecumGregorian ChinesecumGregorian
cumGregorian cum Gregorian chant another anotherwould anotherwould anotherwould
would be squeaking in a raspingfalsetto rasping raspingfalsetto raspingfalsetto
falsetto falsettoLofty falsettoLolty falsettoLofty
Lofty ranges ol hills run northand north northand northand
and south across Yunnan and as asour asour asour
our course was almost due east eastwe eastwebad eastwehad we wehad
had to cross the whole battalion of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them rising at times well over over8ooo
8000 feet to almost double the theheight theheight theheight
height of Ben Nevis The region regionis re ion ionis
is comparatively unexplored and andunknown andunknown andunknown
unknown tribes probably inhabit inhabitthe inhabitthe inhabitthe
the upper fastnesses of the moun mountains mountams mountains ¬
tains Sixteen seventeenths of this thispart thispart thispart
part of tht world is nothing but buttowering buttcwering buttowering
towering mist fondled rocks Now Nowand Nowand Nowand
and then we could cycle a littlebut little littlebut littlebut
but it was only a little The first firstday firstday firstday
day out of Teng Ten Yueh we climbed climbedamong climbedamong climbedamong
among the clouds where a sodden soddensoughing soddensoughing soddensoughing
soughing breeze was moaning dis dismally dismally dismally ¬
mally We reached a spare moor moorland moorland moorland ¬
land and beyond stretched a afiercely afiercely afiercely
fiercely wild scene black and forbidding for forbidding lorbiddint ¬
bidding such as Gustave Dore Dorewould Dorewould Dorewould
would have selected as a back background backRround background ¬
ground for his illustrations of the theInferno theInferno theInferno
Inferno and far off through anopaque an anopaque anopaque
opaque purple haze lose moun mountains mountains mountains ¬
tains and mountains nothing but butmountains butmountains butmountains
mountains A terrible desolate desolateness desolateness desolateness
ness hung over the world and the theheart theheart theheart
heart was chilled at the contem contemplation contemI contemplation ¬
plation plationState plationI plationState
State St te ol Ohio City of ofToledo Toledo 1 1Lucas
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Lucas County CountyFrank CountyFrank CountyFrank
Frank T Cheney makes oath that he heis heIs heis
is the senior pertner of the firm of F JCheney J JCheney JChen
Cheney Chen y Co doing business buslne in the theCity theCity theCity
City of Toledo County ard State Stateaforesaid Stateafresnld Stateaforesald
aforesaid and that thatsaldfirm said firm will pay the thesum thesum thesum
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each eachand eachand eachand
and every case < < ase of Catarrh that cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
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my presence this 6th day ol December DecemberA
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