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THE BURLINGTON, VT., KRttE PRESS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1887. TWELVE PAGES.
BY S. BARING GOULD.
Mr. Tottenham was a peremptory mnn.
niul, when he miw that the keeper's fntn- '
ily hnd fnellllnted the. execution of tho '
robbery, HcdCern wns dismissed itiiincill
nteJy, at n week's notice, without, n
cluinioter. Tlio Fame fate attended tho 1
uuUcr, Mr. Thomson, unci tlie liouse
keeper, Mrs. 1'odgliiRs.
'J'wo hours later tho same feeble, foot
Foro llgttro retraced her steps, and came
fiKainst the pitc lending to the mill.
Trip It wns; but, nltered, broken in
spirit and in body; Trip, now utterly
alone, in the world.
Sho could walk no further. Ilcr houso
Miocb were worn oil her fect; her stock
ing soles, the soles of her feet worn
through. She was in her crushed straw
berry gown, with a dark cloak over it,
tho crisp, clean, bright dress of a few
weeks ago was now crumpled, soiled,
draggled, liko tho spirit of her who wore
From tho moment she had uttered that
cry, "Tho liingwood plntcl" conscious
ness had deserted her. She could recall
n tierce face, whfte, with glistening eyes,
mid n pair of false whiskers half fallen
off, before her, and n hand raised, grasp- I
inrj fi silver candlestick, a vivid, horrible, 1
haunting sight, and sho remembered
noUiint: more till sho woke in her bed-i
room wifli an aching head, that was ban
daged, and with n smell of vinegar in her
Sho wns on her bed; she turned her
head and saw blood on tho pillow, and
turned again and saw tho face of Nelly.
"You're come round at last, are you?"
said the woman. "Well, you'll have to
get round quick. I nin't going to ntirso
you forever. You never ought to have
been brought hero."
By degrees poorTrip learned that she
had been knocked down and stunned;
that a quarrel had been the result be
tween her husband and his "pals" who
had struck her, and that the three men
had made oil with the plate out of tho
country, or, at all events, into safo quar
ters. The liouo had been cleared of
what little furntiurc there was, only
Nelly remained to watch Trip. Mr.
Beaufort, as he called himself, and who
really loved the poor girl, had ordered
Nelly, ono of tho gang, to bo with Trip
till sho recovered, not only for Trip's sake,
but for the safety of tho party. Sho was
to bo kept under guard, not allowed to
leave the house, for some days, till the
cane had cscaned. mid tlnntrur of pursuit
All nt once, as inp was considering
this, a conveyance stopped nt the gate,
and four men jumped down, ono stood by
the horse, nnd three lifted somothing
from the trap and carried it to the house.
Nelly had opened the door, no bell rang.
Trip heard steps below in tho little hall.
Then tho horse and trap departed; tho
door of the house was bolted and locked,
nnd Trip heard the tread of the threo
men who had entered the house go into
the back parlor. What they carried was
heavy, that sho knew by the weight of
their tread. She had opened her door,
nnd held it ajar, listening.
Not a word was spoken to Nelly or by
the men, one of whom was probably Mr.
Trip seated herself on the side of her
bed considering what sho should do. Her
heart beat fip-t and spasmodically. Sho
w:us she fell on the threshold of a discov
ery which might bring on her unuttera
ble wretchedness, and yet it would be a
relief to the unendurable suspense to
know the truth. What should sho do?
Watt till morjiing. and then question her
husband, telling him frankly what sho
had done and seen? Then he might evado
her questions n he had evaded them
Would it not be better for her to net at
once, go downtsnirs and confront him
with his friend and Nelly, and .demand
an immediate explanation'-'
Trip stood up. Her determination was
made. Softly, silently, as Nelly had
stolen up the stairs, did Trip now steal
down. There was no light in thepasvago
below; but a little gray dawn crept in
through the staircase window. She
reached the hall and saw a light under
the back parloi door. She rested her
hand on tho handle for one moment o
irresolution. Then, as she had had tho
strength once to launch herself on her
nerial flight, so did she now launch her
self on litis excursion into the mystery
that went on in her own house. Sho
opened the door and stepped boldly in.
Beore her, with terror on their faces,
stood three men in rough coats, and one,
though disguised, she recognized as her
husband. There also was Nelly. Tho
flro in the stove was glowing red and
over it was a crucible.
On the table wns spread out n quantity
of silver plate kettles, candlesticks',
cream jugs, spoons, forks, platter?, and
ranged as though in mockery, one after
the other, all round tho table rim,
twenty-four little silver wheelbarrows,
Trip uttered a cry, "The liingwood
A fortnight had passed since Trip had
mado tho discovery that her husband was
ono of u gang of burglars, and that this
gang had taken tho liingwood plate.
It was night. The wind was high,
blowing from the northwest over the
clnyland level, and roaring in the trees of
tho park. The only light visiblo is in tho
mill. Although night, tho sails aro Hying,
tho miller is nt work, the stones aro
grinding, tho shifter is shaking out tho
lino flour from tho thick. The light from
tho mill traces a broken thread of lire in
tho dike, brokon because of tho duck
weed which covers tho water
There aro stars in the sky, no moon;
but tho stars sutler eclipse from tho
great clouds that nro rolled over the
henvens by tho wind, then shino forth
ngain bright nnd frosty. Away in tho
direction of London is n dull, red, auroral
glow, the reflection of the great city in
tho haze that overarches it.
Along tho London road from the city
creeps a femalo llgure, feebly, limpingly.
As sho comes to tho gato lending to tho
mill sho looks up nt tho light "and stands
trembling and sobbing then she creeps
on again, foot-soro limb-weary, toward
Half an hour after bhe isnt the keeper's
lodge, knocking timidly, then louder, but
over iu vain at tho door. Then she goes
to tho window and looks In, nnd can just
make out that tho interior is bare, no
curtains, no blinds, no sign of tho houso
being inhabited. She falls on the doorstep
nnd weeps, and vainly knockb ngain, but
tho knock sounds hollow There is,
tlier-i can bo no response Mr and Mrs.
Itedfern nro no longer there. After tho
burglary at the hall, the keeper f 11 under
suspicion for having introduced Mr.
Beaufort, whom tho detectives pro
nounced to bo the head of a well known
gang which tho police have been unablo
to break up or npprehend.
from information furnished by Trip wns
Accordingly Nelly had nursed and at
tended to Trip till she was sufficiently
recovered to leave, and then had turned
her out of the house, which sh; also de
serted. The house had been taken under
a fulso name with false references, nnd
had been made the headquarters of tho
gang, where they had defaced and melted
tho silver nnd jewelry which tlicy ob
tained. After the great burglary nt
liingwood, it wns advisable to shift quar
ters. This, then, wns tho end of poor Trip's
nmbitious lllght. Sho wns married to a
rufllnn who, if ho came into tho hands
of justice, as was inevitable before long,
would suffer penal servitude. That the
namo of Beaufort was false she was well
assured; what his real name was sho did
not know. The wife of a professional
burglar now, tho wlfo of a convict here
after! She had flown high, nnd great
was the fall.
Trip stood nt the gate of tho mill.
Sho could go no further. She had no
money. She hnd no shoes. She had no
friends, no home, no food no name
even; only a little, feeble pride In her still
held her together. Sho had passed tho
Hose; she had felt half Inclined to go in
thero and cast herself on tho pity of the
landlady, but her pride withheld her.
No; there was one, nnd one only who
could help her efficiently, to whom sho
could nppeal, who would not upbraid
her, who would screen her nnd deal pru
dciKly with her.
Sho must go to her friend to Joe.
She might do that without loss to her
self respect. She was a married woman,
and could be nothing henceforth to .Too.
A weak, broken friend appealing for help
to return to her fnther nnd mother, that
was all sho was and all she wanted. Ho
could tell her whero her parents were,
nnd he would restore her to them.
So sho entered through tho gate and
wearily crept to tho foot of tho stair.
Sho recalled .loo's words. Was she, ns
ho had said, coming thero to revisit tho
mill in her splendid eijuipnge, with brass
mounted harness and liveried scrvnnt
in pink silk and feathers and lace.
She came iu tho old, stained crushed
strawberry gown, with n bandaged head,
and a tear-stained face, and a broken
spirit, her feet waysorc, and her prido
in the mire.
Tho great black mill stood up ngainst
the fur-nway red glare of London, but
not altogether dark, fornbovc was a light
Joo had a parnlline lamp In tho Hour
chamber, and it was so placed as to shino
through tho door, nnd down the ladder
She held to the rail, and tried to climb
the stair. Sho would reach thg well
known chamber, and throw herself in a
corner beside tho flour box, or between
the sacks, and wait till Joe came. But
Trip's strength was not -equal to tho
effort. She pulled herself up ono step,
then another. The steps were wide
npart, and she had not the strength to
draw herself up many. She trot, per-
hops, half way up, and then fell on tho
stairs, fell sitting on one step with her
bandaged head on another, and her
bleeding feet on a still lower step. Then
all her power left her. She tried to lift
herself to her feet, but could not. Sho
could not reach and gr-?p tho rail; she
As her head rested on the step, tho
smell of t lie flour enmu into her nose,
from the white dust on it, nnd it brought
n dim, faint sense of pleasure to her. Sho
had her face turned to tho sky, and saw
the clouds drive by: now a star appeared
then went out, then sparkled ngain.
Kven so her senses beemcd to come nnd
go, her consciousness to drift away and
then become intensely clear. She could
not call, but she pulled her whistlo from
her bosom, where it hung since on that
terrible night she suspended it there, nnd
put it to her lips, nnd tried to blow a
summons on it. She had forgotten that
it was split nnd voiceless; she had tho
end between her lips blowing, and tho
string looped lound her hand, and even
the effort to blow wns too severe for her,
for, instead of blowlug a call, sho blew
her remaining consciousness momentarily
away. Only momentarily. In another
moment she was caught and lifted, nnd
neiu last in strong nrins, once again, ns
long before niter that flight on the mill
wings, and she heard a voice.
"I knew it! I knew it! Sho lias conio
to me. Oh, little Tu'penny' Little
When Trip returned to her senses, after
n long lape into darkness, sho was in
tho miller's cottage, in tho arm chair by
the lire, without her clouk, m tho but
tcred pink dress, that seemed fresh dyed
In tho rosy glow of tho hcartli-flrc that
fell over it.
Mrs. Western was standing by her;
.Too was kneeling, raking the coals to
getner, and looking into her face.
Sho could not speak, but the widow
gave her warm cordials made from doe's
honey, sweet with tho fragrance of tho
Joe knew even more than did Trip. Ho
knew tho real name of tho fellow who
had eomo to stay about liingwood. His
namo was l'aice, but ho went by many
an alias Jameson, Davennnl, "spencer.
Jeffries. Ho was well known to tho
police, who, however, had been hitherto
uimiho to take mm. Joo knew, nlso,
what Trip did not. that ho was already
married, and had a wlfo nnd children
living in Manchester. Consequently
tho marringo in liingwood church with
Trip wns invalid.
From tho moment that tho burclary
had been discovered Joo rushed to tho
"My mind all nlong mistrusted that
mnn, I knew Beaufort was n swell mobs
man sent down to learn tho ways about
tho house, l'oor Trinl Trip will return.'
Then every night ho worked in tho
mill, nnd had his light in tho flour chain
llcdferu was dismissed.
"Sho 11 have no homo to eomo to
she'll return nnd And her houso empty
She'll eomo to tho old mill, I know sho
will, nnd I'll bo ready to rccolvo her."
Ho was right; sho had come ns u Until
refugo to tho denr old windmill, nnd tho
strong arms had caught her to hold he
fast, nnd not let her go ngain.
"Trip!" said Joo, "I'm off now. You
shall remain with mother. Tho mnn will
mind tho mill. I'll follow that scoundrel
Beaufort, or l'aice, or whatever ho call
hlmsolf, if it bo round tho world. II
shall not escnpo me."
Then Trip put out her hnnd and
grasped Joo's arm.
"Joe, dear friend," sho said, and her
voice went straight to his heart, ns old
tho look out of her sunken eyes, "Joo,
leavo him ulono. Ho wronged mo, not
you. I forgive him for this- that ho has
brought mo down out of my folly and
prido! Joo1 It was my own self which
wus my worst enemy not ho; no. not ho
If I had not been vain and giddy I should
never have - have cast uwuy u jowcl to got
n sham." Sho suddenly drugged off tho
diamond ring (value, nccordlng to Mr,
Beaufort. 150) nnd throw It into tho llro,
1 l only am to Maine."
Then Joe took the hand, and, holding
in both of his. said, In earnest tones,
still kneeling on one knee, with tho rosy
glow of the lire shining over him and lien
"Oh, lltllo Tu'penny "
"A bad penny nn utterly bad penny
thnt has come buck," said she, sadly.
"Not so!" ho spoke with n snout, aim
sprung to his feet. "No, not sol A
battered Tu'penny, sore defaced, that has
eomo back to the proper mint to bo
melted, and milled, nnd molded again.
Come, throw uwuy tho old liroKen, spin
whistle. I always said I would come to
you when yon needed mo without whist
ling, nnd now now I will over bo bcsldo
you, and you will never need to whistlo
or call. Is It not so?"
"Bo more unlet, Joe," said his mother.
'Sho has fainted again with overmuch
Mother!" he would not be quiet. He
nut his nrms under Trip and lifted her
out of the chair, hold her aloft, then close
to his heart. "Mother! The little
Tu'penny of brass is come back to bo
ninted in gold! 1 cannot neip myseu;
must shout, nnd sing, and talk, and
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OX TONGUES nre very line (foods and
nreselllnir nt very low prices. Wo still
cut our l'.tr.i Dried Ilcef (not smoked).
Our FA I It II A VU.V S FA. KCT 0 YSTKKS
will pleiiEo you. (live them a trl.l
Best Qaality ! Honest Qaantity
1113 ClIUKOII ST.
Of FLORIDA Ac$
I'arn a living easier than In any oilier
HI, He, mid
Capital Can be Better
THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN
Offers for sale several MIM-'ON ACltES o
In the State ol Florida, situated In somo 20
counties In all parts o' tho State. Tlicy hav
land suitable for orange urowlnir, for all
kinds ol all vegetable:!, lor cattle rnltinjr and
all the farmlni; and timlier Industries. Also
Town and City Lots,
And sections ndjoinlnir rillroads. Tbcso
lands will bo sold in ame blocks, or in such
iiiantlties ns purcmscrs may desire, preic
once belli ir nlven to lots t actual settlers.
Terms of payment will be made easy.
Thu irimrn nl v nl 1 hl nnu'iirf ill fiirnnrHl Ii
to all binds sold by I hem is an important fca
tin e to iiucniltiiir purcliiers.
Vnr mmw until ithlf.ru u tul fti.tiillrul inflirrn
tlon, addrcsi Florida Southern Hallway Co
40 Water St.. lioston, Mass , or Pnlatkn, Fla
.Mention this papi r. i.3,wlm
YOUR LAST CHANCE,
to nur ff
mnnikuv n ni
Lands at present
Terras m eapy that tho
nan nearly a
of ehoicftffirmlmy Inn da
for Rata in lots to Bint
Fain, nnd other
fInnTntnt to markets.
pcnoois, ana hocisi advan
tages A reion where fail
tire of cropH Iihh never been
CHARLES E. SIMMONS,
Land Cora. 0. & N W. Railway,
tyTbew lands cannot fail to to
ii prnlltiitilf uiul
MANY iAMP CHIMNEYS ARE
ollorod for salo roprcsontcd
as good ns tho Famous
XnA liko nil Counterfeits lack tlto
lU'UUirkubli; I,.YSTINJ liiulltios
OF Till; GRJiDEM).
ASK FOR THE
The PEARL TOP is
ITIumifiirtiirru OMiV by
uo-yjiu r n
SCIATICA. STIFF JOINTS & CJ
FOR SALE AT YOUR DRUG STORE.
I CURE FITS!
When I .t cure 1 uu not mew mei.lf lo .top tlum tot
. time .nd then Ii.t. thra r.lurn tlo, I tnto . r4
l(J car. I ! til.'l. tli. dtir.M nt PITS, Kri.
LirSY or FAU.ISO blCKNKM III. Int Hodr. I
wirr.nt rnr remedy tn cur. Il worel c.tee. ii.c.h.
.tberl b. Ille4 ! no re.ton tor not now receiving .
cure. B.nJ t once for Ire.tle. n I rr. ll.illl. ot mj
Inhlllbl. renter. " r.rpreee n4 rotlOilln. II coil. Jo
AddreM pi. It O, Honr.lJPrlr;t.,HewToiV.
'rAZdrlTM III IB
Lyman & Allen's.
TlESflaj, FDD. 22,
A honutlfnl assortment in cholcoat
new dofl?ns, more than ono hundred
Btyles. Wo ehnll also display the largest
nnd mont complete lino of WaSH
UKEHH GOODS and Vino Printed Kali
rica cvcrBhown In this .Ecctlon. Crin
kle Hccrmickere, Drena Olnirliaraa,
Scotch Otiighams, Z'phyre, Il,tlst,
Anicrlcnn hatincs. Wide I' rcnles, Znn
7.lbar etripiH, Toilo du Nord, etc., etc.
Such an Opportunity
To otciirc bariralna In Uieh Laces
I Mr...... Un..nl.l. nil .11. Ol ftn .U O, " '
iiiHivii ti'itiupii uii nuu lit ci.u. vurui pi. I
A Hover Bpnnleh nil silk at $1 'St. worth $3 O).
llovcr Spanish (lul)iurc at S1..V) worth $2M.
Allovcr PtMinlsh Ouipurc nt S'J.W). unnli $:j.oj'.
IVcnrlal l'lOHiioliiira at S2.no, woitli ?S.flK.
IVcnrUI P.nunclnffH nt 13 B0, worth :t 50.
Spanish Onipuro Klounclntcit nt $2, worth g
Htm Chantllly Lace I.iIkIbbs, all widths
lbcurial and other Kdylnps.
3C0 pieces all Hnen Torchon !M?ln(fs, 12 yarC'
PHcch, aL nan rcpuiar price.
KOpiecca Oriental Laces, white, cream anu
20 nieces 15 ct width at 8 cts.
25 plcft-g Ancr qualities worth 20 to 2J cU, at
13) and 15 ctp.
2.1picccee.itra quality at corresponding prices
in pieccp ronoiu i,ce". neautiiui newsiyiw.
25 pieces I.HCV) I'louticlnfrs.
This lot of Laces will prove Interesting tc
pmchai-erH and will not last lonu. notwith
blaiiillUK tho largo quantHy.
I'ure silk, picot edpe, standard quality, lwau
iff ill colors Note thu prices.
NO. 9 I NO. 12. I NO. 10.
12Hc a yard. 1 16 cts. a jard. I 18 cts. a yard
ON TUESDAY MORNING
We expect to offer 100 pieces moro
RICH DRESS GOODS
At 50 Gts. per yard,
Similar to thoco sold hist week. T.very man,
woman anil child who has seen Ihetn is aston
ished. Hales nnd orders from them lar be
yond our expect tions. Such vauiec in pood
merchandise never belotc otlcred in liurllnir
ton. Our Closing Sale of Garments
Now In progress. V'o have some very deira
blo styles etill In 6tock.
Now is tho time to purchase. Slock oom
pletc, prices extremely low. fjjgltuis, I'loun
cIiiks, Allovcrs, etc., etc
l'la'ul Uaintnoli, India Linen
1 to 10 yard lengths, (inest quality, at Ijalf
hXMynrds Ilird's Kye Diapers 111 remnnnU,
B yards In bundlo for 25 cents each, at
Lyman & Allen's.
il further notice our store will bo
:ia every evening except Miturday.
- AT -
George I. Hagar'Sa
Krer. A Mctuanf Toutuni
taro Decay, Ncrvmia IMillt-
.J AB. ". .t..l..,lU..U. . .u
trlCHltn vain every known rcwody, has iUhootptoI a
ii 'io m-ii-cims Vfiuru uti nui buun 1111 w tarn
a J. MAbON.rnrtUlUco IIoiSl.Ncw YortCCtj.
TtRTOTnn Conch, nrnnchitl, Afthnm, Indlptvtionl V$9
many oiU.o woit tom-h anil U tho l ft renwMy form
ftlltt-tJouM ot Uu3 thrtwitarut lunirs ajui itit'..Mni ariMrur
from Irnpuro llwvliultfxhauKi(mi. Ihof. rliltf ami bUk.
FtnikrcU"tr iainct rtt-wi ntnl Mowl iiriflfi;r o ino
iTmvH,wllUninit'AwrtvmtrtIu-lrlimHh by tiieUmoiy
1UH) Ol l'AHKKll'tl TtNK hilt di'JrtV IS OiUlifiTOUi. TllkO It
In lima Curw kn all i-No fail. tiHes m,' Hrottud
fetruuth to tho okih! uiidtuilrni. 81 at iruin'Uu.
Highly recommended for Medicinal or Family
uses. SS.BO, to HO per pillion. SO to 818
per Ciiho of i Bottles, in Plain or llranded
Cafes (as ordered) and shipped to ill parts of
thn U. H. No cIiiwko lor packlnir.
C1I1I.11H Si CO., Proiirlotors nnd Solo A Rents,
043 mid 545 Tenth Avu., N Y. City. (A ease
of ns-orted Wines nnd Manors of any kind 80
to 815 per ense.) Bend Cash, 1. O. order or
registered letter. KH.d&wly
cloven nt ti
r i s.Mir N
a n h.mn I
H f!II T
f pUEE CURE. fH