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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
T. J. O'Kcefe, Publisher.
ALLIANCE, ' NEBRASKA.
BRIEF TELEGRAMS. :
Congressman Vincent Boreing of,
XunsaB is critically HI with pneu
Word comes from Paris that Riclf
nrd Groker, who is at Wantage, Eng.
is dcslrious that Arthur Gorman bi
the democratic nominee for president
A dispatch from Kobe, Japan, say
thrco Japanese have- been arrected ou
suspicion of plotting the assassination
of tho premier of Japan, Viscount Kab
Mrs. Anna Bellow, whoso hiiBband
Is an employo at tho 'Frisco lco house
at Ceresco, Nevada, shot and killed
her 18-year-old daughter and then
A Now York man, after ovorpowor
ing a policoman, ended life llfo under
an elevated train, a panic resulting
among the hundreds of peoplo on thq
train and platform.
Tho villago of Sant Antlmo, near
Naples, Iibb been destroyed by fire
Ono woman waB burned to death and
twelvo persons were injured. All io
Inhabitants are homeless.
Tho Berlin Tageblatt saya tho Ger
man Levant liner Fyrgos has been
blown to atoms in tho Black sea by it
Macedonian bomb. Tho Pyrgos car
ried a crow of twenty-three.
Sir Charles Eliot, tho hlch commit
Blon for East Africa, is said to havo
reported strongly against tho British
government's project of a Zlontat col
ony in tho East African protectorate;
A largo four-masted schooner found
cred near Southeast lighthouse in"
Rhode Isalnd. No traco of tho croW
has been found. It is believed tho ves
sel was run into and sunk during tha
Tho final BCSBion of tho Fraternal
Order of Eagles, which had been in
convention in New York for Bovcral
days, was hold Friday. Baltimore was
selected as tho placo for tho next na
At Vinton, la., tho two-story brick
building occupied by Qulnn's grocery
store partly collapsod, killing William
Johnson, a laborkr, and injuring flvd
painters. An iron corner support gavd
.way whllo tho building was being re
paired. Thero la a movement on foot to
havo Now Tilexlco agreo to Join Ari
zona for Blnglo statehood. Tho effort
will be to join tho two territories into
ono state Delegate Smith of Arizona
has consented. Tho plan is t6 prcsont
congress with a potltion asking that
this be done.
Franklin Farrol, Jr., a Yalo grad
uato and tho heir to a fortune estimat
ed at 18,000,000 has entered-tho employ
of his father's iron foundry in Ansonla
as a toolmakor's apprentice. Ho is
working ten hours a day at a grind
rtono, learning to sharpen tools for
Tho Pittsburg Dispatch is nuthority
for tho statement that President The
odore Shafor of tho Amalgamated As
sociation of Iron, Steel and Tin Work
ers is missing mysteriously. Ho start
ed for Cleveland to attend a meeting
of tho sheet metal workers, and has"
not been seen since.
Commencing Mondny morning and
continuing for ono week, not less than
J 30,000 spindles, one-third the entlro
number in Fall River, Mass., will bo
Idie,N "throwing In'to Idleness 12,000
operatives, who will lose $34,000 in
wages, and is duo to tho depressed
condition of cotton.
Tho ministry of the Interior has di
rected the police president of Berlin
to organizo npeclal police, In plain
clothes, to protect woman and girls'
from the attentions of men on tho'
streets. These daylight insults are
probably practiced more in Berlin than
in any other Continental city,
Figures compiled from records by
the local internal revenue officers'
show that tho sweet wine output for
Southern California for the season of
1903 will exceed 1,300,000 gallons. Tho
output of brandy is estimated at 40,000
gallons tax-paid, and 250,000 gallons
free of tax for fortifying purposes. ,
A special from Bristol, Tenn., Bays:
Miss Cloyetta Brownlow, daughter of
Congressman W. P. Brownlow of
Jonesboro, Tonn., oloped with Mark
E. Pritchett, a llvorman cf Jonosboro,
ud they were married at Bristol. Tho
attentions of Pritchett to Miss Brown
low aro said to havo been opposed by
The comptroller of the cunoncy has
received a report from the receiver of
the Groesbeck National bank of Groes
beck, Tex., giving tho total liabilities
of the bank at $165,159, and the esti
mated value of the assets at $144,691,
bhowlng a deficiency of $20,465.
In reply to a question regarding his
reported Intention to retire from tho
leadership of the Liberal party in tho
British house of commons, Sir Henry
Campbell-Bannerman telegraphs that
there is "no truth whatever" lv- tho
(By W." CLARK
Copjriibt, 18V7, bj P. F. Collier.
M CHAPTER XII. Continued.
"I left her in port," replied Captain
Bland, "and I'm hero waiting for her."
Popo foil back with a wild look at
Crystal, and Btruck his thigh a slap
that soundqd llko a shot.
"Good mercy I" crltd ho with a dull,
rather palo face. " 'TIs a Bmall world,
Captain Bland. Tho Madro's tho ship
wo aro waiting for,"
Tho beardod skipper looked under
a frown, withhis black slow eyes at
him, gathered his board to a point In
a lelRuroly clutch of Ills fist, and said,
without amlling, "Wo must go into
partnership," at which CryBtal broke
into a moro gcnulno explosion of
laughter than Popo had over heard
fly from his lips.
"Who Is thlo gontloman7" Bald Cap
"Captain Crystal, my chief officer,"
"I bollovo wo havo met," said Cap
tain Bland. "Wasn't you onco mas
lor of a Httlo barquo with a cargo for
London from Kingstown, Jnmnica?"
"Tho William Pitt," said Crystal.
"I boarded you off Turk's Island."
Crystal frownod, reflected, and an
swered, "Yds, I recollect. Your visit
Iwns brief, and your usage handsome."
"You had nothing aboard good fqr
ub," Bald Captain Bland.
"Pray stop below," said Popo, who
Iworo a faco of chagrin. "Grindal, bco
lmt that boat's crew havo plenty of
grog to toast us in," and ho went down
'tho companion Btops, Captain Bland
and Captain Crystal following.
t Tho cabin servant placed drink and
clgara on tho tnblo, and tho threo cap
tains filled, then chinked glasses, and
"Sco hero, Captain Bland," cried
Popo, "thero aro two of us on this Job.
What dd you Bay to this, that tho
Bhip which first falls in with tho
Madro will bo tho vessel that takcB
cor? If wo'ro alongside of her and
you lieavo in sight and como bowling
down upon us hoy, Captain Bland?"
"If you aro pillaging her, and I como
"Here's to our brave little- sweetheart!"
jipon tho Bcono, thon," said Captain
Blnnd, with a peculiar glow in his
dusky eye, "I will mako off. 'Tls a
tuIo of mlno never to interfere in any
good business that may bo doing by
"So!" cried Popo, his faco lighting
jp, "each of ub then haB his chance,
and no man can ask for moro. Your
hand on that bargain, friend;" and ho
stretched his arm.
', Captain Bland gravely squeezed
Captain Pope's fingers. "A prosperous
Nothing answering to tho descrip
tion of tho Madre hovo in sight. Popo
had not known until ho met Captain
Bland that ships from Cadiz for two
or three years in succession had been
taken by pirates, Ho -consulted with
Crystal, and they agreed it was pos
Blblo that tho commander of tho
Madro, fearing to bo plundered, had
shaped a course for the Horn widely
remote from, that pursued by his
Four days had passed since the
Julia Morton parted company. Popo
and Crystal wero sitting at dinner. A
piece of salt beef steamed upon tho
table; a boiled fowl lay before Crys
tal; on a Httlo brass tray, suspended
Irom tho upper deck, swung three or
four bottles, containing as many dif
ferent sorts of liquor.
Popo, after receiving a leg of fowl
upon his plate, Instead of falling to,
sat eyeing his companion steadfastly.
"Crystal," said he, "I have mado up
my mind to quit this barren, cursedly
hopeless bcciio to-morrow and go for
tho Antilles. It is a horrible disap
pointment, but wo must face it llko
men. Before I take this fresh step
I will call the crew aft and hold a
council with thom."
"They'll oxpect it," said Crystal,
helping himself to a glass of the Earl's
Just then tho boatswain called
through tho skylight:
"Three sail, right ahead, aro re
ported from tho t'gallant yard, blr.
Heading for us."
"Right," and tho boatswain's ugly
After swallowing another tumbler
Copyright. IS77, by Dodd, Mead & Co.
of grog apiece, the- two captains went
It was not until flvo bolls, half-past
two, that tho threo Ball sprang into
sight ahead; two Bhowlng from tho
deck before tho third. It was plain
thoy wero keeping company and sail
od closo together. Popo and Grindal
had been watching tho ships on tho
bow through the telescope intently
for Bomo tlmo in silence, when Grindal
"Tho Httlo 'un to tho right is a
Bchooner. She's under small canvas
whllo t'othor shows all sho's got to
spread, and tho amldshlp vessel," ho
added aftOr n pause, letting tho glass
Blnk from his oyo and Bpeaklng in a
hollow voice, whllo ho fastened his
wicked bloodshot gaze on tho com
mander's countenance, "is a frigate
aa I should say by tho hlsto of the
tawB'ls, of all fifty guns."
"Quick! tho glass!" shouted Pope.
Ho wrenched It with the violence of
a sudden passion of excitement out of
tho boatswain's hands, looked, and in
a note of thunder bawled:
"It's an English frigate, as you say,
convoying tho Madro, that's half
wrecked aloft, and tho schooner Julia
Morton is her prize, by heaven!"
Ho then rushed aft, roaring, "Shift
your helm two points; let tho shift be
gradual! Grindal, trim with caution!
A holllsh trap to stumble on! AH ot
a sudden, too!" Ho was blood-red with
sensations and passions.
Popo was perfectly right; but then
no seaman ntded by a glass could
havo mistaken; tho schooner was un
doubtedly tho beautiful fabric com
manded by Captain Bland, and tho
ship with her fore-topmost gone an
swered In overy mlnuto point to tho
description Popo had received of tho
Madro do DIos.
"Damnation! she's after us," bellow
And Buro enough tho frlgato might
bo seen with yards slowly squaring,
rounding slowly out from her con
sorts, and as sho brought her bow
guns to bear upon tho Gypsy, flash!
and her most intolligiblo hint of
thunder veiled the fok'sle In blue pow
Tho brig was put dead beforo tho
wind. Hor people tolled In frantic
haste, and In a frenzy of desire to
escape; for well did thoy know tho
penalty that many of them would have
to pay If that shapely cloud of soft,
swelling whiteness astern brought tho
grinning artillery of the hull below
within easy reach of tho Gypsy's
"I expect that scoundrel Bland has
peached," says Crystal fiercely to
Popo, while the two captains stood to
gether near tho wheel watching their
lofty, swaying pursuer. "Does ho
gain on us?"
"No," answered Pope, with the sud
den decision of conviction. "But
curso seize this swell! Is It tho fore
runner of a calm? Then we are dead
men, Johnny. Or Is there wind bo-
"I bellevo I seo wind in that sky,"
answered Crystal, looking into the
southeast. "What shall you do If she
"Strike," answered Pope.
"I'll not bo taken alive," said Crys
tal. "So help mo God, I will shoot
myself when you strike, if, after fight
ing them, I am alive. I'll not swing."
Again tho frigate tried the range;
to no purpose. All tho pirates looking
as ono man could not Beo where tho
shot hit tho water.
Thero could be no question that tho
Gypsy was not only holding her own,
but that sho was distancing hor pur
suer. When her people made sure of
this, their savage exultations broko
out. They filled cans of gin and rum,
and Popo, flourishing a glassful, roar
"Here's to our bravo Httlo sweet
heart. Hero's to hor darling hoels, my
lads. Drink to her drink to hor!"
And a roaring huzza went up from
"If they're going to broach the liquor
casks in this fashion," muttered Crys
tal in Popo's ear, making a dreadful
faco as he slowly turned his eyes
from the frigate, "thero'll bo no fight
ing whon fighting's wanted."
"There'll be no fighting anyhow,"
answered Pope. "What! with a fifty-
guh ship, and Bay four hundred and
fifty of a crow? A Blnglo broadside
would blow us Into ribs."
At four o'clock in tho afternoon tho
frlgato was still in chnso, but tho light
breezo and tho keen entry of tho brig
had helped hor as though with tho
gift of an auxiliary screw, and now
when you looked at tho man-of-war
you saw that she was sunk to her
ports, but still sho hung astern, a full
majestic moon of canvas deadly in
"Ain't tho wind sennting," said Grin
dal to Captain Pope, creasing his
nose and snuffling as he brought his
wicked eyes to bear on his comman
"Wo may havo it out of southeast,"
answered Pope, "I Bhall keep all on,
everything abroad, dead boforo It until
wo can sail her into darkness which
can't ho far off; though flro selzo that
buu! d'yo notico how alow ho nlways
Is in his going when night's wanted
in a hurry?"
It was a famous saying of Nelson,
"that at sea a good deal must bo lcftN
to chance," and very often chance,
which is another name for fortune,
will show mercy to tho undeserving
even to pirates, though a meritorious
frlgato has been sweating astern all
day In their wake. For by six o'clock
tho Bky southeast was painted a
threatening dark gray with a mass of
loqse stuff sulkily scaling off it; and
now it was that both Popo and Crys
tal stood waiting breathlessly; it was
llfo or death to them; thoy stared into
the horizon and their faces looked
their tremendous intentions. Each
man as ho gazed saw tho brig filled
wltn men-of-warsmen and his own
corpse crimsoning the white plapk
with a great bullet wound In his head.
No! these starving master mariners
had hoisted the abhorred flag for a
fortune, not for a gibbet.
Then with no further scanting the
wind shifted all of a sudden slap with
tho run of the bwcII.
"Starboard your holm! Starboard
your helm!" roared Pope. "See what
aro they doing yonder?"
Such a cheer as a man reprieved
from death would Bend up to heaven
or being a scoundrel plrato would send
down to tho devil, broke from Pope's
deep throat as ho dropped the tele
scope and turned to Crystal. Tho fri
gate with a shift of wind had down
helm and was bracing her yards up to
join tho two vessels out of sight be
hind tho rim of tho sea. She had
abandoned tho pursuit.
With a huge oath Crystal dashed his
cap on to tho deck, shouting, "What
Scarce had ho said this when all
hands began to seo what had hap
pened and they fell mad. The decks
were covered with dancing figures,
the air was split with their hideoua
roars of joy.
The Thetis, West Indlaman.
Nothing happened the next two
days. The crow were bitterly dis
appointed by the oscapo of tho Madre.
They admitted that their commander
had not deceived them. That sort
of fortune over which tho black star
trembles had admitted thom to a sight
of tho object of their cruise; but for
Bland and his accursed schooner, tho
Spaniard might havo been theirs.
However, it was to bo tho next
ship; Captain Popo had sworn it. Cap
tain Crystal had echoed the oath. Tho
men, defeated In their greed, wild to
get money and end tho , dangerous
cruise, were furiously determined.
It was a Sunday morning, fair and
peaceful; one of those Bweot, warm
mornings, which at sea mako you
think of tho glad music of tho moun-
Ing lark, whllo memory calls up the
woodland scene, tho dusty road, the
little highway Inn.
Crystal had come up from breakfast,
leaving Pope at table, and Grindal, re
lieved from his watch on deck, waa
rolling forward, when a loud, clear
voice, sang from tho fore-top-gallatf
yard, "Sail ho!"
(To be cpntlnucd.)
A genius has invented a mechanical
baby designed for tho use of ladles,
when traveling, who wish to secure
the solo use of a compartment of a
railway carriage. Here Is an extract
from his printed circular:
"Common traveling infants yielding
Intermittent cries of fear, and capa
ble of being put into the pocket, 10s.;
second class, crying not too loudly,
but lamentably and lnsupportably,
20s.; third class, full squallers, with
a very piercing and aggravating voice
of flvo octaves, 2; tho same ar
ranged as a prompt repeater, 2 6s.;
fifth class, first quality, capable of
continued squalling, 3. These babies
can not only be set going in a moment
(as Indeed can most living ones), but
they can also bo stopped as quickly,
which, tho natural ones cannot."
R. K. Munklttrlck. editor of Judge,
tells a good story of one of his neigh
bors out in tho wilds of Now Jersey.
Tho said neighbor, whllo In a prepara
tory school, concluded that he would
one day startlo tho world with his
lofty literary style.
Having devoured many works of
rhetoric, ho finally landed In Harvard,
where ho determined to begin with
his "startling" tactics. Ho prepared,
at great longth, an essay that ho sayB
ho considered a masterpiece of sub
limo and lofty style. When it camo
back ho was quite astonished to find
tho following brief criticism written
across ita face in large blue-pencil
"Don't you think you took a pretty
long run for so short a slldo?" New
PENSION LIST GROWING LEOS.
Beneficiaries Drop Below the Million
WASHINGTON Tho annual report
of 'Commissioner of Pensions Waro
places tho total number of pension
ers now on tho rolls at 090,545, of
which 725.35G nro Boldiers and 267,
185 are widows and dependents. Mr.
Ware announces that it 1b not prob
ablo that the pension roll will again
cross tho million line, tho high water
mark having been reached a year
Five of the pcnBionB arc on tho roll
on account of tho war of tho" revolu
tion; 1,110 of tho war of 1812; 4,734
on account of Indian wars, and 13,874
on account of tho Mexican war. Tho
average annual value of each pension
ia now $133. The total annual value
of tho Spanish war pension roll has
v Commissioner Waro makes the fol
lowing recommendations : LawB for
feiting tho pension or right to pension
of any man convjeted in court of an
infamous crime; prohibiting tho giv
ing of pensions to women who marry
soldiers after the soldiers become old
pensioners; a different method of ex
amining applicants for pensions, Mr.
Waro stamping tho present system as
uncertain, unsatisfactory and of an
enornious amount of political friction.
Mr. Waro says tho bureau has gain
ed on the current work 100,000 cases
during tho last two years.
MONEY TO RECLAIM LAND.
Commissioner of General Land Office
Makes Report of Cash on Hand.
WASHINGTON W. A. Richards,
commissioner of tho general land of
flco, has made public a statement
showing tho amounts to the credit of
tho reclamation fund from sales of
public lands in tho several states and
territories during tho fiscal years of
1901, 1902 and 1903 under tho provi
sions of the act of congress approv
ed June 17, 1902. It is shown that concerning the great statesman's col
, . .. . .. . lege days It Is a mistake to say that
during the present year thero has , young ChamberIaln could speak wcll
ueen covereu into tuo treasury irom i
tho proceeds of the sale of public '
lnndH in Blxteon states nml territories
tho. Bum of $8,4G1,493, making nn ag
gregate of $16,191,836 aa tho total
thus far received and on deposit in
tho United States treasury to tho
credit of tho reclamation fund. Of
this amount Nebraska contributed
during the present year $118,838, and
a total since 1901 of $354,036. Dur
ing tho year 1903 South Dakota sold
lands credited to the reclamation fund
valued at $239,420, making the total
received from that state $546,982. In
Wyoming lands wore sold which
brought $272,923, during the current
year, making an aggregate of $658,686
during the last three years. v
TO ENFORCE PURE FOOD LAW.
Some Foreign Goods Are to Be Shut
WASHINGTON, D. C Tho agri
cultural department is making Btrong
efforts to keep out of the country
all Imported goods, the entry of which
is prohibited under the pure food act.
Since August 1, when tho act went
Into effect, approximately 600 ship
ments of meats, wine, olive oil, etc.,
have been held up pending an exam
ination as to the determination of the
question whether their use is prohib
ited in tho country whence they aro
imported into the United States. Up
to this tlmo only ono shipment, con
sisting of white wine, has been re
fused entry. k
The special agents and consuls
abroad keep the department advised
by cable of all shipments of goods
which may como within the prohibl-
tions of the law, and instructions are
sent at once to the collectors at the
ports where thoy are to arrive to hold
thom in warehouses and send sam-
pies to Washington for analysis.
'AUL MORTON AT OYSTER BAY.
President Also Hears Report on Al
leged Indian Frauds.
OYSTER BAY, L. I. Tho president
entertained at luncheon Paul Morton
of Chicago, vice president of the San
ta Fe railroad system; Francis E.
Leupp of Washington, and Lieuten
ant Gordon Johnston of- the army,
who was a member of tho president's
regiment of Rough Riders.
Mr. Leupp, who Is a Washington
nowspapor correspondent, was ap
pointed by the president several
months ago as a commissioner to
mako an investigation of alleged In
dian frauds In the Oklahoma teiritory.
He has completed his work and made
his report to the president.
Omaha Steer is Dead.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. A prized
shorthorn steer belonging to W. F.
Christian of Omaha passed to tho hap
py hunting grounds Wednesday morn.
Ing. Ho had brought it from Omaha,
whore It captured tho red ribbon. A
string of red and blue ones floated
over its quarers. It was taken ill
with bladder and kidney trouble in
Omaha, but appeared to havo recov,
ered. Tuesday night Is suffered a re
lapse and died.
Dry District Ruse.
Rodrlck That druggist had a great
ucherno for putting a "stick" in hi
Van Albort What was it?
Rodrick Why, ho soaked tho
straws In liquor and all his customers
tasted it and thought it was tho glass.
Green is not becoming to any per
son when it's tho shade produced by
Never fail to keep your appoint
ments, nor to bo punctual to tho min
ute. Be tho stake ever so insignificant a
a rule It makes the game.
Btops trio Cough nnrt
Works Off tho Cold
Lax&tlve Bromo Quinine Tablots. Prlce25a.
Privations of the Poor.
A slum inspector told tho Glasgow
Municipal Commission on tho Hous
ing of the Poor that on somo occa
sions he had found families sleoplng
in tiers tho parents on tho floor,
then a mattress, and a layer of chil
dren on tho top.
Superior quality and extra quantity
must in. This is why Defianco
Starch is taking tho place of all
Wisdom follows in the wako of ex
perience, but doesn't always catch up.
Her Amlrer Remembered.
Miss Eldora Sinks of Marengo, la.,
has been notified that she has been,
bequeathed $500,000 by B. J. Thompson
of Colorado Springs. Thompson was.'
a mine owner and a bachelor when
MIbs Sinks with a party of friends,,
visited Colorado three years ago and;
became acquainted with him. He was
evidently attracted by her. Sho spent
the entire summer in the west, and,
returning home, supposed she would
never again hear of her middle-aged
admirer, festerday tho notice of his
death came, with tho statement that
he had willed his entire estate to her,
having no heirs.
An Early Chamberlain 8peech.
Some fanciful stories aro being cir
culated about Joseph Chamberlain
and his oratorical powers as a youth,
i but from what a friend of his says
when at school. In fact, he could
never be Induced to speak, and in tnia
he- somewhat resembled tho retiring
Arthur Balfour. One day one of the
masters of the school asked Chamber
lain to make reply to a speech which
had Just been delivered by ono of tho
older students of the debating class.
'I he hour c'ame, and with a firm step
Chamberlain mounted the platform.
With perfect outward self-possession
he faced the audience and made his
bow a low bow. Every one waited
expectantly. People became anxious
when the young man again bowed
but said nothing. Then a titter went
round among tho boys. Suddenly tho
coming colonial secretary, with a look
of utter despair, sidled off the plat
form wHti another bow, not having
said one word.
Acquired and Used
Complete and restful polso of tha
body and mind Is an art not easily
Perhaps nothing brings ono as
much content, comfort, happiness
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easy, restful, resourceful and well
balanced mind and body, that mako of
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happy and peaceful.
Tho nervous housewife busy with a
hundred duties and harrassed by child
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