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It Appeared In Person to Mr MrEbenezer MrEbenezer MrEbenezer
Ebenezer PollockBy Pollock PollockBy PollockBy
Copyright 1900 by American Press PressAssociation PressAssociation PressAssociation
Association AssociationGoing AssociationGoIng AssociationGoing
Going once Going twice Going Golnthree Going Goingthree Goingthree
three times and sold to Mr Ebenezei EbenezeiPollock EbenezerPollock EbenezePollock
Pollock for 1900 1900The 1900The 1900The
The auctioneers hammer fell wltl wltla witta
a resounding thud and nearly grazed grazecthe grazedthe grazethe
the nose of the purchaser purchaserDidnt purchaseruDIdnt purchaserDidnt
Didnt mean to damage a good cuptomes cus customer customer
tomer chuckled the man of the bam bammer hammer banmer
mer as he pulled down the red flag flajabove flagabove flagabove
above the gate and climbed into bl litbuggy blbuggy blbug >
buggy bug Come down to Lawyer Fitchs Fitchsoffice Fltclfsoffice rltchoffice
office blmeby Nesser and well close closethe closethe closthe
the deal right and u nd proper properVery properVer properVery
Very Ver well snld Ebenezer gruffly griifilyHe grntllHe
He watched the crowd of women tip tiptoeing t1ptoeing tiptoeing
toeing out of the house and waited wa ted tin tintil untIl tintil
til the last one bad passed through the thegate thegate thegate
gate each with a furtive glance at the tinnew thenew thenew
new owner He was aware that thej thejmarveled the tbemarycled themarveled
marveled because he had bought n nghost ughost a aghost
ghost ridden house houseWhen houseWhen houseWhen
When he was alone In the shadows shadowsof
of the tall oaks be looked up at UK UKhouse thehouse ththouse
house dark and forbidding In the midst mlcJsiof midstof miclsof
of rank grass and weeds Whatever Whateverhad 1Vhatevehad Vbnteyerhad
had been its original color it was DOW DOWfaded uotfaded no nofaded
faded to a dingy mustard hue blotterwith blotted blottedwith blotted1th
with the dark green of heavy ben wooden woodenshutters woodenshutters woodenshutters
shutters tightly closed closedThere closedTbere closedThere
There were years and years what whouthe Whllthe whatthe
the shutters had never been closed closedThose closedThose closedThose
Those were the days before old ol SimonElmsburys Simon SImocElmsburys SimonElmsburys
Elmsburys granddaughter hud run runaway runaway rutaway
away with the schoolteacher and liaiin had hadin hadIn
in consequence been disinherited by bythe bythe b3the
the old man Simon had left the house houseand houseaDd houstand
and land and furniture to the Foreign ForeignMissionary ForeIgnMissionary ForeIgrMissionary
Missionary society and now fire years yearsafter yearsafter yearafter
after his death they had put it up at atauction atauction alauction
auction and Ebenezer had bought it itat 1tat itat
at much below Its real value valueIt
It was well known that Simon would wouldhave wouldbaye woulthave
have opposed his granddaughters mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage to any man He was selfish selflsbenough selfishonough selfistonough
onough to wish to keep her at his side sideto sideto skitto
to wait upon him for she was the only onlyrelative onlyrelatiyc onlyrelative
relative he bad hadLet badLet badLet
Let us come and live with yougrandfather you yougrandfather yougrandfather
grandfather Cornelia hud pleadedwith pleaded pleadedwith pleadedwith I
with her arms around his nock n k You IIYouwIll Youwill Youwill
will like Henry better when you knonhim know knowhim knowhim
him But the obdurate old man had hadangrily hadangrily badangrily
angrily flung her aside and nn the next nextday nextday nestday
day the girl had been married to Hen Ileary Henry Henry ¬
ry Stone and disappeared from Mel Melvllkf MelUle Melyule
yule vllkfAfter yuleAfter Ule UleArter
After that Simon Elmsbury closedthe closed closedthe cl d dthe
the main part of the house and lived livedill
In the east wing for ten years ears and andthen nmltJHn andthen
then he died dl without oue relenting relentingword relentingwortl relentinggorei
word to Cornelia The Stones bad nev neves ne neer nevet
< es been D heard from since their depar departure departure ppar pparturP ¬
ture from Melville No one knew knewWhere knlwwbere knowwbere
wbere they tbe lived IIn or even if they th were werealive WlreaUye werealive
alive Old Simon Elmsbury went to tothe tortbegraye tothe
the rtbegraye grave unattended by any relativeSince relative relativeSince relut c cSluce
Since Simons Sl ons death gossip had it itthat itthat itthat
that the house was haunted On stormynights stormy stormynights stolmynights
nights the credulous said the old oldpiano oMllano oldpiano
piano tlukled softly sottI behind hlud the closed closedshutters closedshutters closedishutters
shutters and a womans thin sweet sweetvoice sWtetolee sweetcoke
voice was RS heard singing in low tones tonesSnatches tonesSoatebes tonesSnatches
Snatches of this weird music could be bebeard beheard beheard
heard sometimes in the lull of shriek shriekIng shrlekIng shriekug
Ing ug wind or dashing rain On other othernights otlJernights otherLights
nights all was still Some claimed claimedthat clnimltba claimedthat
that t Cornelia was dead and that t her hersweet b hersweet r reet
sweet eet spirit came back to sing in the therooms therooms therooms
rooms of the old home homrowhrre where she had hadspent hadspent hadspent
spent a happy girlhood girlhoodIn
In spite of ghostly minors Ebenezer EbenezerPollock EbenezerPollock r rPollock
Pollock hud suddenly made up his hismind hismind hismind
mind to give up boarding in the vil village village village ¬
lage hotel and occupy a borne of his hisown hisown
own The be Elmsbury place suited suIt l him hlmIt himIt hImIt
It was near his harness shop and the theeast theeast theeast
east wing Iug was just large enough to toserve tosene toserve
serve his simple purposes pourp > oses As for the themain themain themain
main portion of the house be gave It Itover Itoer Itover
over to rats ra ts and a nd mice and mold moidNow mo moldNow < 1
Now 0 he walked up the path and en entered entered entered ¬
tered the front door creaking rustily rustilyon
on its hinges in the south breeze thattApt thatswept that thatswept
swept tApt the yard On the second ODd floor floora
a door banged Ita nJ11 loudly Ebenezer El nezr start started stutro ¬
ed 4 and then with an exclamation of ofa1s f fdisgust fdl
disgust dl a1s ust lst entered the house houseA bouslong
A long dark hall stretched away awayinto nwayIntH awayinto
into inky blackness hth + 4uess klt and to t + the right rightand ri rightand ht htIulltft
and Iulltft left a + IM I + tn II doors pave glimpses 11i111p t intodarkened into intodarkened intodarktlttl
darkened rooms rco + tns faintly fnintl Illuminated Illuminatedwith IIh1minlhtwllh
with cmd aiHf1es s placed + 1 there toy l h y t th slut ancElienezer sluttio IU IUtlor
tlor tr trEheolZr
Elienezer creaked in anti Im out of t trtiooatis t i irOtting e erooms
rooms filled with itli dtt decaying ayinr in ftaruitgrarefuIIy furniture furniturecarefully furll fml fmlfttetully
carefully Mo hlotn blow inc out the t ht candles 1 I1d1t Ip Ipstairs l Fistairs p pstaint +
stairs the randies IUttll were flickering flickeringstrangely ttktitritlstran fkkerittstrangely >
strangely stran ly and there t ht was 1 chill hUt in inthe iuthe inthe
the large north bedroom ht room as If from froman
an open window but all the windows windowswere wiIJlhJ wiIJlhJwere + v vto
were to e tightly shuttered hutt red and barred barredOnce htrrroonce tarredDace
Once outside out idl again he turned the thegreat tbet themat
great t brass key ke in the front door with withan withaD withHI
an involuntary sigh of relief The east eastwing eastwing Oastlug
wing lug had a separate entrance and was wasbut wasut wasabut
but ut off from tromtoo the rest of the house houseby bouseby houseby
by a sealed door A days work by byblack byblack byblack
black Anna would make the wing very veryhabitable verybabitable err errbablrnble
habitable for him and his bachelor belongings be belongings belongings ¬
longings Ebenezer didnt want a ahousekeeper ahousekeeperhe abousekeeperhe
housekeeper he detested womenIle women womenHe omel1He
He had lived in the Elmsbury place placefor pta ptafor placefor
for three weeks before he heard the thesinging tbesinging thesinging
singing ghost it was as the Mst of Sep September September l ltember ¬
tember and the equinoctial gale was wasshaking wasbaklng wasshaking
shaking the t e eld bouse to its very foun foundations fOUIIdaUon21 fouuIatIona ¬
dations Elieuczer EhelJ r bad gone on to fl bed toldbut bedbut bJbat
but he h could tuM not sleep The wind windscreamed wiudD1 whistscreamed
screamed D1 down the wide chimney suet amiwhistled suetwhistled lIltlhl
whistled hl tlal around tr < uud the windows The Theroar Th Throar ltieroar
roar of beating rain drowned all sound finJH1ge soundsave onn < l lare
are the whistling wbi tUl1g wind There were werecreaking wereefI8kln werecreaking
creaking sounds beyond the walls < and andEbeuezer uudEbeDezer andEbeueser
Ebeuezer fell f 11 to thinking of the tb ghost ghostIt
It was then that the wind paused pausedfor au tI tIfor
for breath and the rain fell more lightly light lightly ¬
ly I From a distance dlsta came theeocholDg theeocholDgjancle the echoing echoingjangle echoingsatgie
jangle of o ta okl pIaDotouehed pUoo touched by time tim ¬
id fingers and a mere thread of me meody mel melody meody
ody In a womans voice then the rabcontinued rain raincontinued ratcontinued
continued its monotonous beat and hheard hi hiheard be beheard
heard the music no more moreEbenezer morEbenezer moreEbenezer
Ebenezer Pollock was angry nng He re resolved rasoled rhsolved
solved to lay the intruding ghost gho host t i ipossible u upossible i ipossible
possible and so the next day when whenwatery i iwatery a awatry
watery sun rendered the house a littlless little littliless littleless
less dreary he lighted a lantern ant antunsealed nuunsealtd nounsealed
unsealed the door that led into th thother the theother thother <
other side of the house houseThe hou houseThe e eThe
The house was quite as dusty a und undforlorn an anforlorn IK IKforlorn
forlorn as on the day he had bough boughit t tit
it Strangely enough Ebenezer E enezer dhnot dh didnot dinot
not look at the little piano which stood stoocopen stoodopen stoolopen
open just as Cornelia Elmsbnry bat batleft hudleft baleft
left It so many years ago with a ye yelowed yel yellowed yellowed
lowed sheet of music upon the rack rackHe rmkHe raceHe
He scurried through the rooms with witla
a half realization that some slendespirit slende slendespirit slenderspirit
spirit was flitting through the room roomaway roomsaway roomaway
away from his contaminating presence presenceA
A few weeks afterward there came carnianother cameanother camanother
another storm of wind and rain am amagain anagain and andagaIn
again he heard the ghostly music musicEbenezer muslEbenezer musicEbenezer
Ebenezer had a twinge of the rheum rheumatism rheumtism rheu mu mutism
tism that night and he very ery irritably irritablyrapped Irritablyrapped irritablrapped
rapped on the wall with his cane Th Thmusic The Themusic Tbmusic <
music stopped abruptly and he dienot dlinot die didnot
not hear it again although there wen wenmany werpmany wermany
many storms that fail failOne tallOne fallOne
One winter evening when the oh ohhouse oldhouse ofhouse
house was wrapped In a blinding snow snowstorm snowstorm snotstorm
storm Ebenezer awoke a from his firs flrssleep tlrstsleep firssleep
sleep with every muscle aching am amdrawing and anddrawing amdrawing
drawing with pain Rheumatism nekhim hethim nek beldhim
him a captive For hours he groaner groanerdismally gronnedismally gron tied tieddismally
dismally conscious that the tire in hi hiair blS blSnil hiair
air tight stove was nearly nearl out attime at i itime n ntime
time when he needed heat There vn oatno vnno 11S 11Sno <
no ministering hand to apply bot tlatinets tlau tlaunels 11111nels
nels to his swollen joints and muscle muscleor l11l1selsor
or to allay his torture with soothini soothiniliniments southinliniments thjl1g thjl1gliniments
liniments linimentsIt
It was then that the ghost came cameagain cameagainthis Cainagainthis
again againthis this time with groping linger tiugenupon fiugersnpon lingerupon
upon the sealed door It knocked gen gently gently gently
tly and spoke to him in faint fright frightened frlgbtcned frightened
ened whispers whispersGo
Go away nwn shouted Ebenezer wrath wrathfully wrathfully wrathfully
fully IIGo Go away n maam It aiui aiuiproper aintproper am amproper
proper that you should be loitriutaround loitriuj loitriujaround loitriugnround
around here Go away I say sayThere sayhere sayThere
There here was a silence and presently presentlyEbenezers preen presentEbenezers tly tlyEbenezers
Ebenezers thick grizzled hair stoocalmost stooc stoodalmost stoocalmost
almost upright on his head Ghost Ghostfootsteps Ghostly Ghostljfootsteps Ghostlyfootsteps
footsteps sounded in the rooms ovei oveihis oerhIs ovehis
his head and softly tap tap tap downthe down dowrthe downthe
the narrow staircase that opened Intlhis Into intchis Intohis
his bedroom bedroomThe bedroomhe bedroomThe
The he lamp beside his bed gave ga e fort fortta forta 11 11a
a cheering light and Ebenezer Pollock Iollockthoroughly Pollockthoroughly Pollockthoroughly
thoroughly frightened for the first firsttime tirsttime firstime
time in his life watched with fasci fascinated fascInated fascihated
nated eyes the slowly opening door al altho attho a athe
tho foot of his couch couchTall couchTaIl couchTall
Tall and slender and pale she stood stoodbefore stoolbefore
before him at last her tender blue blueeyes blueeyes bluhayes
eyes filled with pitying tears Per Perhaps Perhaps Perflaps ¬
haps she was forty years old but the thebair thehaIr thhpair
haIr framing her delicate face made madeher madeher mathher
her appear much younger youngerI
I could not bear to hear you moan moaning moaning moanng ¬
ing ng with pain ali alone My Iy husband husbandused husbandused husbancased
used to have rheumatism before hhlied hr hr31ed bndied
died and I know just what to do doshe doshe dohe
she said in a low tone toneMaam toneMaam toneu
u Maam gasped Ebenezer Maam Hlaumlie MaamHe MaainIIe
He watched her slender slen er figure us it itflitted itflitted iiiitterl
flitted to and fro about his rooms roomsShe roomsShe roomshe
She he mended the fire and soon it itsheering its itsheering itscheering
cheering warmth brought relief to hip hteichiug bi biaching hiptchiug
aching limbs She heated < 1 water and andlanucl ailIaitnei lHl lHlflannel
flannel cloths and applied soothing lin linracnts littinents IIniInents
racnts with very lr human fingers fingersWhen tiugersVhen fingersFltett
When the lines of suffering suffel ng had re reaxed relaxed reaxed
axed and nn Ebenezers face still sought soughtiers soughthers
hers tees quest questioningly ion iugly she sat down in a aow alow aow
low ow chair and spoke somewhat sadly sadlyTin sadlyrm sadlyIm
Tin Mrs Stone StoneCorneliu Cornelia Elmsbury Elmsburylhat
that was Ive e been living here four fourrears fouryears fourears
rears yearsullereiu
rearsHero Herein Hero in this house How de denanded d dmaDded dcnanded
nanded Ebenezer doubtfully doubtfullyIn doubtfullHln
Hln In the big back attic said Cornelia Corneliawith CorneHnwith Corneliavlth
with a little smile HIt It looks out on onho onhe ontbe
ho tall chestnut woods you ou knowlad know knowind knowAnd
And the short chimney conies out outhere outthere outhere
here Grandfather left the cellar full fullf fullor
or f coal and wood Ive 1 got it realomfortable real realcomfortable realcomfortable
comfortable up there and on stormy stormylights stormynights stormyilghts
lights Id come down in the dark and andlay andplay andlay
play > lay on my piano till you ou drove me meiway meaway mesway
away I used to walk over to Beltonn Belton
on > n dark evenings and get all my gro groicries groceries greeries
icries and nn things It was bard work worknit workbut worktut
nit It was heaven hen cn to im to get home homeigaln borneagaIn homegain
agaIn after till I went through She Shexoke Sherxoke Sheirokc
xoke into sobs sobsWhat sobsYbnt sobsWhat
What made you hide What did didon didO1 didou
on do it forn for asked E Ebeoezer CnCZer ezcitdly excit excitdly excitedly
dly edlyU
dlyMy U My Iy husband hus and was poor lIe died lit < l and andeft andft 3mIleft
left ft a little insurance nu moneyjust moneyjustnough monfyjnstenough + neyjustnough
nough > to buy my food and n nd not lIou enough enougho h hto laa
to o pay rent My 1 eyesight is i so poor 1 1annul Icannot 1annot
annul work c ork and so o I thought tbon ht i would wouldotne wouldcome vuuldowe
come back here 1 heard the place was washut wasbut Wl WlI
I hut up and it was s my 1lI own on u by t I riltt rilttkuew ri lUs lUsknew I l lI t
J I knew Id Ie Ic driven out if any tn inynew one onenev Ollkncw
kncw new I was here hereYou IlrOIJ here1oa
blurted Kl Kllezer Ilezer
You OIJ poor little ihinc
I lezer pityingly plt lntly Stay tl r here tit just jti t as ascmg a4ltfi 1 1lo
lo like There wis a IonHence Ion Ionilenoe lustlen
cmg as a s you OU
that while the little vhl vhlw witlow
stlen Hence < e after
ow w cried happily before the tire Ebe Ebeiczer 1111nezer L1 e eezer
iczer was thinking rapidly If I f you yourer cunt cuntter U Ueet
he said with withgreat wit 11 11a tigreat
rer go o away awn
a great blush Ill 11 s o < > after uft r you ou auga augaring and andring a 1111 1111bring
ring > you back here b re and lie pnuwd pnuwdIt IUlU ttL ttLIt
It happened that one day d < the t ht sh ghost ghostieserted ghlstdeserted ost osteserttd
deserted the Elmsbury house and Ebe Etteezer Ebetezer Eb Ebnezer
tezer kept his word and went after afterler aftrherand aftererand
herand ler and brought her b r back a bride to totet tobet toet
bet tet old home
Hi HiAn His H is 1 IUle Joke JokeAn JokeAn
An enterprising Philadelphia restau restauaut restaurant restanout
rant proprietor hang out a large black blackward blackboard blacktoard
ward sign a one day with the following followingumouncement followingaunouneement followinga followingUnouncemertt
umouncement Ion Cant Beat OurS our
15 5 Cent DinnersThis Dinners DinnersThis DinnersThis
This sign proved to be a good draw drawng draw1ng drawrig
1ng ng card until a young man of humor humorHIS bumorous
The lat later latter later ¬
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ter er seeing the sign stopped aui After Aftericrutiniziug nftererutlnlzlng aftercrutinizing
icrutiniziug it closely dOse suilled c te I of ofhose tttbose eathose
hose smiles which bode tx > d no one Oll any anyjood anygood anywood
good He waited ait until none of theemployees the tllcemployees themptoyees
employees was was watching and taking takingut
out > ut his handkerchief be erased the theetter theletter thetter
letter b from the word beat beatThe bentPlbe beatThe
The transformation was complete completeiiid eompl tf tfand
iiid it was not until a crowd bad cot cotacted eollocted colcted
acted that the proprietor of the res resiiurant re5taurant resr
iiurant r < discovered why wbytbere there was wasargcr waslarger wasirger
larger argcr crowd outside than iaskle
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