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Or, The Adventures of
An Eton Boy...
BY JAMES GRANT.
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"Let us j
a , l < at we can. to der
and glv* him some- I
sun
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all this * added d
'r ar i
' 1 Ulop ' Uer '
h i ei -• " ,a - „ J
,.h compunction.
; twe
* nrv,lni 10
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were carefully
; their best ; ra
or fold- '*>0
ng; and |
and
CUAPTKK XXII.
r lad
(Continued.)
erifii«
ta
"Tm
:
dying froni lack of a !
doctor." said old Tom, who knelt be- 1
side Illslop, handling I;
the tenderuf
J
wound« with I we
of a woman; "and if
still
ivy hove In sight, '
we haven t a rag of hutting to shake
out as a signal, since that rascally pica- j not;
roou, the Cubano, has cast every color i to
and signal overboard."
the whole Rritlsh u
1
••Well, Tom, he shan't die this bout,"' ;
said Ned Carlton, hopefully,
tie up bis
belay th
thtng «
wo
bleedin
a reviver."
"It's a blessing hi
rot land don't see
- <
u
roi
In hla el
only sup
i u
how ofu
had bored
unremlttin
The
beneid ï
howeve
fe; • poor Î
port, and a
bis t
me
of him.
skill of tin
g lu m
united m
vtry si
wc
4 In t
shirt, were torn
td Into pads to
ln this they sei
bice
1
iful.
/
«h
A
rum was
and Its
blu
h
be
The lb
if t!
I«. but
til v
-the réad
mit to the
poured be- j 1
* sufferer,
rasant at
; awning
Here« sun.
wbtetled past
le atlll bore on
allied, with all | ou
a set. and th*
i*it
ut th
on
if t
m
of th
tween
et
w
xbi
m
him fi
the b
J
the
the K
ber new
her fore
;■
ay flying over ber
gli
111 kept pos
i sla-bar
ra .hots,
alb as the
ten
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li
f th
tw
bln
\
V.
e h
band, and ;
. waa d>
half
«
all In .ub
j
ti
e crew gro
ne* for ven
of irlum
n the quarter
oke I b
me
the
lb
On
ill. what
ng the b<
km! and
y tbe neck at
of
n.
(A
4L
which wa 1
golden light of
to»» now tana
twhfng th«* dls
ig nil but him."
md cast It from I
.wa on the port
e .nd through
i î
to which it was
lhe m
a U
mg
Ante
if <h« P
lb
th.
illi
j. which s
of
ii
! dl
st time
io th* tail
itl«
k t ubsn was
window Ik'*
■itlnz to »<*<*
, »hark»; and
»l all who at.
pose or who |
This
fnun lowering
er to haul
at lh
»I
low in*.
th
I kn*
P
npted to
tf
pistol
of bl
■ I
man
*
hi
parted and the poor corps'
and s irging to leeward.
so*s, and God hies- him.
it adrift w ithout a
ornter or a sailor s wlndlng sheet." ;
sabi Tom l.amboiirtie. taking off hla
hat as the body tiohbed like a fish
•rman's float on the waves for a little :
«uare and then disappeared In the long.
V, : „hits irm k made by the Eugenie
through the dark apple green of the
,nr , .
'• '"'I"' p Mor p , I had heard or read
e /« „nlah rmence seemed eclipsed by
Äot .'"Is fiendish cubano.
I ' h0 m
rit Al'int XXIII.
, The Sultal
R<k Three days and nights passed with
KÎ . a hle to surprise or dis
m«"' out finding us a
; n lodge the demon who was »
: «I®» ° f *u* ' hlT was driving or drift
s.g'v. where the ship ■ J i _ j||) appoar | n g,
j ing to. a'"' „nglng lo anv rouit
- ; A man-of-war h> '* «
should have hailed as a pro
f„ the line or ctll It adrift.
tvmotilo!" we heard him exclaim.
len lurch of the ship
when by a «
the line ;
went rolling i
"There he
although he't
\>*r
l.lrth«.
b!<M
"
c.
we
, : teetor; but on
k j ftoulliern
trJK»'.
I srsts ï; «* "'m |, " 11 ï' "j ss
Î aurprlsed when '
ikWBff. : Inc more. Hifluis rsotaln *
I »«tatod (he fllOry of (DC cri
related White, and that
I f» 1 *' tbe dPal Vwaa . in n possession
1 .h,p .fld the arbiter of .11 our
n
II
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T>o*
A*
uÄ writhed on hls bed of P*>«
itghed bitterly on «tiMn* * d he
1900
upward
the
knees,
rision,
tred
of
over
fully
j running with both tacts aft; and un- j," 1
der the arched leech of her courtes I ,
I could tee the blood-red disk of the .
sun right ahead settling In the waves.
wideb be
: a n,, ? " le f® ??» c death
d mg dolphin while against the flam- w „
i f 'T ° f
' bb^n w Th Ô tn;i, r en V th ° to
J '• h a / a? ',' K ,7 , A a a d T ar *
and dUUnaly defined for
twe c me h "** aU f f ; (
? ! c y ? tefiBC
! ,? f T r " Pt i bly he sa,lk at t! r , flaraln " US
, eni ,s X V CT V°„ " of
M-gment; then the la^t vestige of that
"I*® disappeared, but the lingering \
; ra >'* ot hls glory played upward on |
'*>0 light clouds that floated abov* 1
| K'en they paled away and died out, I
and twilight stole over the sea, which
from gold to a transparent
erifii«
ta no.
now at hand with our Cu
YU:
J he eypning of the fourth day aft^r
we had savt-d H y slop found the brig
still lying on a westerly
whether In the latitude of Cape San
Koque or of the Rio Grande, we knew
not; and, I suppose, it wa
to Antonio,
:ourse; but
all the same
1 was at the wheel. The eunset was
; gorgeously beautiful. The Eugenie was
and
" I
j ter
ni.k .u. ï . brig.
With the Increasing twilight came a „
,, _ ." , and
1 .'.Inge ". " i , •. ,e ,t a great ; ^
Lank of cloud roll«! from the horizon face
our starboard bow. Under ts shad- | wera
'n W n' i |' H! : nf ; ï? 0 t l r0 ' a ut
water flecked with white. The new afd
,n„. first upon our quarter, i y( . t
Idly It was abeam and three , g pw
atrosM-a wer. nrn to whip :
uo- Ma w 1th their wing while a whole , of
shoal cf brown porpul. es surged past
»ws. plunging joyously from wave t
ers
1 v ' ln * la I" \
i, • wire t.lmmc« Bbr
to
and
I flew
«h
blu
j 1
| ou ''
on
breeze <
then ra|
great all
;■ v.., \,
Tucki
and brace
manned and tbe s
anew for our dcmltory court
"Ball ho—to windward!'
the crew. In a low but e
lest tbe sound might rcac
and aa the dense b
mid one ot
ited voice,
the cabin;
rple clouds
P
bark rsme out of it,
and more !
; mud a larg.
;
! the
" i or
In
and ber form liera me mo
defined aa she left th<
vapor astern.
She waa going tree—mat la, with her
d further off tbe wind than clt
if Buow-wiiitc i
and bad a pre
which shone in the last light ;
iule«!
of the west.
said Carlton,
added ljim- I
Is four ml
must signal be
■V
salt
the
to
iked Carlton, In the
*• voice; "every col
what ?"
-\v
tit
»nu
■ r ts
will do - a blue shirt at
1; quick!—the
ln ten t
"Anything
the fore mai
ky î
lutes. Run
at
will be quite d
It up In a ball with a
man-o'-war fash
;» a loud whisper; "git r
of
lipping loop.
n." fr!<] Lamb
• !
a »hip's j
of you. for the night
||0 flit that w* »hall scarcely j
Iflhle when »he I
antrrn soBU
lurb#
1
ab* am of uf.
-ch.annel and !
of
_
I Thci-c '
»« d
>' rl * ln {h *
uiy got the tant«
was >o. „ ., ,
house, In wnicl
fo
Ned. get Into tb<
wave tb<
want a boat.''
ilgnal that we i
light a
!
of
were rapidly obeyed ;
to throw the
one man has
a little round
and
; made
Whlh
rn fror
n »tore»
i; Ned
nulled oit hl» shirt, and was in the j
h? Ä UÜ! Â.ÏS
. .««1.1 cnninioUgn. «pr.us !
y With the liai- I
'arlton
1FP* kci
on u<
u pi
was
Ik'*
»<*<*
and
at.
who | >
This
haul
usual.
on deck
armed w
hr Carlton but
On «e
yard» he looked rottm
of the ship, which wa
foam Imlllng under her fore
moment divined
j
terrible Imprecation In j
sight
, raup
running with j
the white
foot, and thus In a
e were about.
what
Muttering a
Spanish he fired at Carlton, but missed j
him ns before, amt shot dead a poor
a r e n tlce who was close by. i
« •Tarnsl thunder, flesh and blood j j
him. n>t j )Par this!" shouted Tom Ham
a ^ whoB0 fury was boundless, and
; whQ Bna tched up a capstan-bar. "Hear
hla j B Htl him all hands; there Is netth
fish- |f |(a , nw no | a nd law can help us
little : hw#r
long. s na lchlng what
hand , wo all rushed upon the Cubano.
the , „tood boldly at bay. # " d keep "f
„ ,,, nnic i r between us ami him. fired
read ; ()Vcr |i five or six shots front hi« re
by volver with terrible rapidity: but so
„„steady had hls hand become tn con
seauenee of hls free pointions below,
that every bullet missed, though one
j out th* knuckles of Totn latmbourne's
with- j rl ght hand, and another tore awa>
dis- r mt of my straw hat,
n second revolver front hls
**< ' t ,,,„„bourne, by one lucky
drift- b | 0 w wltk the capstan-bar, knocked It
n g, ( , ul ot ,,ls hand, it went twenty feet
rouit- i nlo tho air and fell overboard.
lightning Antonio placed
pro QutcK; as , , , )rew „Is knife.
n,e thlah as he passed.
th ,, î ben made for the main rigging.
,nd sprang on the bulwark, no doubt
_ itb the intention of running up aloft
to some secure perch, where he might
reload hls remaining pistol, and shoot
all down at leisure; but he missed
hold of the rattllns, and fell over
ship
came nearest to
- r
ss
*
that
our
T>o*
Ufl
his
'"There was a shout of furolus Joy.
rill rob the gallows of Its
"but he'll be
"The sea w
dlie t" said Carlton;
• h S\rr: y .r»ot gone y, t . for
falling he caught one of the '" w "
budding sail booms, and clutched It
he
1n
with deadly U r,v Ity, for he knew that j f
If once he wan fairly launched into !
the ocean hin fate would be sealed.
His face was pale with combined fear
and fury; his black eyes blazed with
the fire of hatred; the perspiration
oozed In drops from his temples, Tom
Lambourne sprang forward to beat off
his fingers; but at that moment the
boom, a slender spar, broke from Its
lashings alongside, and swung out at
a right angle from the brig, with the
wretch at the extreme end of It, dang- j
ling over the waves, like a herring at I
the point of a ramrod.
Again and again he writhed his oudy |
upward In wild struggles to get astride |
the boom, or to reach it with his ;
knees, l»ut In tain!
Instead of exciting pity his terrible j
situation drew forth a shout of de
rision, mingled with expressions of ha- '
tred and satlsfuetlon, from the line j .m
of avenging faces that surveyed him
over the bulwark. He hung thua for ;
fully five minutes, for he was a power- w
j," 1 ,"""' of ereat b,reng,h ' ^ uscle and !
, L „„ „
. ' "® n 't, E
,s pogl,lb ' e ° r a , n,ffla " °
be- but the prospect of an Immediate
death s death, foo. from which there !
w „ no eBcape „ terrlfle(1 blm ,
His giant» of hate toward us turned
° to one of wild and earnest entreaty. :
* "Mercy!—pardon!—In the name and
for Ule love uf the AIrol g Utyr . hc ex .
; ( lailu, d ln Spanish, in a tone of In
tefiBC earnestness; but ho was heard by |
" US with fierce derision in that moment
" of i"* triumph and too long delayed :
vengeanee j
\
|
1
I
Twice the Eugenie gave a lee lurch,
and each time the feet and knees of the
I wretched Cubano were Immersed in the
waves.
Beneath him was the abyss of wa- j
j ter that rushed past the side of the
brig. He panted rather than breathed.
a „ , , , , ,, .
and throe:. n tlie du=k we could see how
; ^ ac (ii D g hands turned white as his ;
face an( , that the polnU of hU fin6erB |
| wera blood . red . H ls eyes grew wild
a ut l haggard as terror chilled hls cow
afd hwt anJ aRonizcd hlg fiou , and j
i y( . t lh h lhe fleet craft
, g pw ( ,
: i; ve ry moment Increased the weight
, of hu boi , aud the wtakne88 of hls
handi aüd wri8ta .
t M Jast WM evWent ^ hls pow .
ers of endurance could be no longer |
\ taxed; he uttered a half-smothered j
Bbr | f ,j !i and c lo.-ed his eyes as he clung
to that slender spar, and It swayed to !
and fro while the close-hauled brig
I flew on!
The Iron hook ln the bulwark on
which the studding-sail boom was
ot
it,
!
; hung gave way under the double 1
weight of the spar and of hla body. ;
There was a thrill cry of despair, like
! the parting shriek of an evil spirit.
" i or the skirl of the gusty blast, as the |
Loom, and tbe wretch who clung to It ■
In blind despera
her
i
light ;
, vanished into the j
and, like a ;
black trough of the
cork or a r<d, were swept amid the I
I
salt foam to leeward.
Tbe Eugenie rose like a duck upon ;
the water, and, as If freed at that j
moment from a load of crime, seemed
to fly forward with increased speed.
Twas night now, and the ship j
which we had first seen upon our
weather In w was a mile astern and to i
leeward of us.
the
col
at
ky î
Run
loop.
(To be continued.)
• !
j
night
j
THE MANCHUS.
uf. PMvlUrlti
and !
if thp R«w Tlisat Una
tetl ( lil it a.
•C
«iOVCI
we i
The Manchus, as a body, really do
not care two straws about Confucius,
though it Is part of their policy to
make a gicat fuss, just as Napoleon
found It paid best to humor the popes.
! Of course. 1 n:n speaking of tho gen
nine typical M ,nchus. who are fast dy
ing out and become petticoated prigs
of Chinamen, but without a China
;
the
has
round
and
the j
«.I*.... »">'». Th. t„.
«pr.us ! V"'»" !>■* **
"writiug fellows; ' he has long since
liai- I forgotten his own language, and now
a rough, energetic, bastard Chi
'arlton
fore- honest country burr.
the tamo relation to "literary Chi
j nese" that Hindustani
In j krit; or, better still, that the Viennese
does to German. The empor
sight sp<
with j nese, called Pekingese, with a good,
It hears much
es to Sans
missed j dialect
poor 01 . <,f China on formal occasions, de
i scanting on funerals, Confucius, filial
blood j j dc ty i and so on, ts llko B. J. Dillon's
Ham
and
"Hear
netth
us
"f
fired
re
so
con
below,
one
hls
lucky
It
feet
placed
knife.
rigging.
doubt
aloft
might
shoot
missed
over
French president, des anting on "right
civilization and justice." The real
human Manchu emperor making broad
jokea in the coarse Peking brogue,
cracking melon seeds and pulling at
his water pipe withal, may be com
pared with his majesty-, the Emperor
Francis Joseph
billycock and a pot of Pilsener beer
before hint, smoking a long, coarse,
Italian Avana da qulndlcl with a straw
through It, and exchanging re
cronies ln
to
rlth a feather in his
run
partees with his private
piquant Viennese. The Manchus like
pport, good living and fresh air; they
neither care nor profess to care one
little bit about the Chinese empire,
eept in so far as it is a big elastic
out of which can be squeezed
. V
sponge
ul sultahlo Intervals a rich nutriment
The one exception Is, or was, the em
peror, who during the first four reigns
took a keen pleasure, as well as a
pride, in running the vast machine as
cmleally and as uprightly as pos
peon
slble, and «ven now there is a consid
erable quantity 3« good manly leaven
ln Manchu mankind, just as there ts
In any other mankind, ana It «s this
minority of good men which keeps
things going, not to speak of the leav
of good in tho Chinese or Confu
clan element, which combines with tho
excellence on the Mauchu side, even
In the United States the under
stratum of solid worth In party life
keeps things sufficiently afloat in the
Serbonian bogs of populism and Tam
many hall.—Gentlemen's Magazine,
I 11
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be
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annoying irritations, inflammations, and dialings, or too free or offensive per
spiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sauative
antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, and especially
Ko amount of
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hands, in tho form of baths for
mothers, and for all the purposes of tho toilet, bath, and nursery,
porsuasion can induce those who have once used it to uso any other, especially for
preserving and purifying the skin, scalp, and hair of infants and children. Cuti
cura Soap ooinbiues delicate emollient properties derived from Cmcu&A, tho great
skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower
odors. No other medicated or toilet soap ever compounded is to l>e compared with
it for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair, and hands. 1*0
other foreign or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to l>e compared with it
Thus it combines in Onb
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for all tho purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
Soap at One Prick, viz., Twenty-five Cents, tho best skin and complexion soap,
the best toilet soap aud best baby soap in tbe world.
Complete External «nd Internal Treatment tor Eiem Humor
Soap (25c ), to cleanse the aklu of cruets and
Ointment (60c.),
Qticura
consisting of Cl
scales »nd Sofien the thickened cuticle, CUTICO
to Instantly allay itching, inflammation, und irriUtioD, and soothe and
Thn Cat dtl OR \ x ^\ ami (SticI'ka Rmoi.vikt (60c.), to cool and citante the blood.
Tn© »ex, 3>l Vet in often snftit ient to cute the nu«t torturing, dlstigiiring,
and bnraiUatlng skin, scalp, and blood humors, witli loss of hair, when a<l else fuja* PorrSB
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More frequently if the time could he spared. When ,
you do journey, then speed and comfort are desirable. Jj
The Santa Fe offer» a service that cannot be equalled ji
its trains being equipped w ith all the modern
promoting appliances. When planning y
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C. F. WARREN, General Agent Santa Fc Route,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
411 Dooly Block.
SALT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE.
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10 DOLLARS WÖRTH FOR 10c.
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