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Tim Mory In tnlrt by N'lcliolne Trlat. I tin
'rhl r, Senator John Ciillioun, offered tho
.IKitlfolUi of Hrrrctnry of nlnio In Tylor'n
'onhlni-t. Is tolil hy Hi. Word Hint Ills tlmo
In rtlioit. Ciillioun ilcclnrcn that ho In not
ready to die, runt If ho ucceiitn Tyler's of
fer It morion that Texan nod Grown must
'ho nddul to the Union. Ho plain to learn
tho Intcntlonn of norland with regard to
iMoxIro tliroiiKli Haroncst Von Hltz. seeret
npy nml rc.iutwl tolstroso of tho KnKllnli
mnhiiKdiidor, I'aUonhmn. NIoIioIiih li went
to lirInK tho litrniirisi to Ciillimm'H nptirt
mrnt.i anil nilraen a nicotine with hln
rwectlirart. Cllraholli Churchill. Whllo
nenrrhltiK for the Imtmirtm' houxo a car
THko ilnalii'i up uiul Nlcholau 1h Invited to
CHAPTER IV. Continued.
"Your nmnnl" bIic ajmln domanded.
I told lier tho first ono that camo to
itny HpB I do not remember what. I
did not dccclvo her for a moment.
"Of course that la not your iinmo,"
inho mild; "because It docs not fit you.
,You have mo still at disadvantage."
"And mo, madam? You nro taking
mo miles out of my way. How can I
help you? Do you perhaps wish to
lliunt mushrooms In tho Georgetown
woods when morning comes? I wish
that I might Join you, but I fear"
"You mock me," she retorted, "Very
good. liCt mo tell you It was not your
personal charm which attracted mo
when I saw you on tho pavement!
''Twns because you wcro tho only man
f bowed my thanks. Tor n moment
nothing was heard savo tho steady
patter of hoofs on tho ragged pave
ment. At length sho went on.
"I nm alono. I hnvo been followed.
I was followed when I called to you
by another carriage. I asked help of tho
(first gcntloman I saw, having henrd
ithat Americans aro all gentlemen."
"Truo," said I; "1 do not hlnmo you.
Neither do I hlnmo tho occupant of
itho other carrlago for following you."
"I prny you, lenvo asldo such clat
ter!" sho oxclalmcd.
"Very well, thon, madam. Perhaps
tho bc3t way Is Tor us to bo moro
istralghtforward. ir I cannot bo of
servlco I beg you to lot mo descend,
(for I havo business which I must ex
Sho dismissed this with an Impa
tient gesturo, and continued.
"See, I am alone," she said. "Como
,wlth me. Show mo my way I will
(pay I will pay anything In reason."
(Actually I saw her fumblo at her
Ipurno, and Uio hot blood How to my
"What you ask of me, madam, Is
Impossible," snld I, with what cour
tesy I could summon. "You obllgo
mo now to toll my renl name. I have
told you that I am an Amorlcan gen
tleman Mr. Nicholas Trlst. Wo of
this country do not offer our sorvlces
to IndlcG for tho sako of pay. But
ido not bo troubled over any mlstnko
j It Is nothing. Now, you havo nor
Ihaps had somo little ndventuro In
which you do not wish to bo discover
ed. In any cnBO, you ask mo to shako
off that carrlago which follows us. If
'that Is all, madam, it very easily can
"Hasten, thon," sho snld. "I leavo
It to you. I was sure you know tho
I turned and gazed back through
Itho rear window of tho carrlago. Truo,
there was auothcr vehicle following
'iia. Wo wore by this time nearly at
tho end of Washington's limited pave
imonts. It would bo Blmplo after that,
il loaned out and gnvo our driver somo
"brlof orders. Wo led our chaso ncross
Itho valloy creeks on up the Qeorgo
Itown hills, and soon ns posslblo
(abandoned tho last of tho pavement
and took to the turf, whero tho sound
of our wheels wbb dulled. Rapidly as
Hvo could wo passed on up tho hill, our
'going, which was nil of enrth or soft
turf, now well wotted by tho rain.
'When at last wo reached n point near
'tho Bummlt of tho hill I stopped to
lllston. Hearing nothing, I told tho
driver to pull down tho hill by tho
leldo ntreot, and to drlvo slowly. Whon
wo finally camo Into our main street
ngaln at tho foot of tho Georgetown
lillls, not far from tho Httlo crook
which divided that settlement from
itho main city, I could hoar nowhero
any sound of our pursuor.
"Madam," said, turning to her, "I
(think wo may oafoly say wo are alono.
What, now, Is your wish?"
"Home!" sho said.
"And whoro Is homo?"
Sho looked at mo keenly for a tlmo,
ps though to read somo thought which
perhaps sho saw suggested either In
tho tone of my volco or In somo
Tllmpso oho might havo caught of my
features us light afforded. For tho
moment Bho mndo no answor.
"Is It hero?" suddenly I asked her,
presenting to hor Inspection tho sealed
.mlsslvo which I bore. ,
"I cannot seo; it is quite dark," she
"Pardon mo, then" I fumbled for
my caso of luelfors, and mado a faint
light by which Bho might read. Sho
pursed ber lips and Bhook hor head.
"I do not rocognlzo tho nddress,"
nald sho, smiling, aa sho turned to
"Is it at this door on M street, ns
you go beyond this othor street?" I
psked her. "Como think!"
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Then I thoueht I naw tho Hush
deepen on her fneo, oven as tho match
flickered tuid fnllcd.
I leaned out of tho door and called
to tho ni'jjro driver. "Home, now,
boy and drlvo fast!"
Slio made no protest.
. Ono of the Women In the Caso. .
Thero Is a woman nt tho beginning of
all jjreat things. I.ntnnrtltic.
A quarter of an hour later, wo
slowed down on a rough brick pavo
ment, which led townrd what thon
wan an outlying portion of tho town
ono not precisely shabby, but by no
means fashionable Thero wa3 a sin
glo lamp stationed nt the mouth of tho
nnrrow llttlo street. As wo advanced,
I could boo outlined upon our right.
Just beyond a narrow pavement of
brick, a low and not moro than semi
rospectnblo houso, or rather, row of
houses; tenements for tho mlddlo class
or poor, I might have said. Tho neigh
borhood, I knew from my acquaintance
with tho city, was rcspcctablo enough,
yet it was romoto, nnd occupied by
nono of nny station. Certainly It was
not to bo considered fit resldonco Tor
a woman such ns this who sat besldo
mo. I ndmlt I was puzzled.
"This will do," Bho said softly, at
length. Tho driver already had
So, then, I thought, sho had been
hero before. Rut why? Could this
Indeed bo hor resldonco? Was this
Indeed tho covert embassy of Eng
land? Thero was no cscnpo from tho situ
ation ns it lay beforo mo. I had no
tlmo to ponder. My duty was hero.
This was my messngo; herowas Bho
for whom It was Intended; and this
was tho placo which I wa3 to havo
sought alono. I needed only to re
member thnt my business was not
with Iloluna von Ritz tho woman,
beautiful, fascinating, perhaps danger
oub n3 they Bald of hor, but with tho
Baroness von Rltz, in tho belief of my
chief tho ally and something moro
than ally of Pakenham, in charge of
Hnglnnd's fortunes on this continent.
I descended at tho edgo of tho nar
row pavement, nnd wns about to hand
her out nt tho atop, but as I glanced
down I snw that tho rain had loft a
puddlo of mud between tho carrlago
and tho wnlk.
"Pardon, mndam," I said; "allow
mo to make a light for you tho foot
ing Is bad."
I lighted another luclfcr, Just as sho
hesitated at tho stop. Sho mado as
though to put out her right foot, and
withdrew it. Again sho shifted, and
extended her left foot. I faintly saw
proof that naturo had carried out her
scheme of symmetry, nnd had not al
lowed wrist nnd arm to forswear
thomBOlvesl I snw also that this foot
was clad In tho daintiest of whlto slip
pers, Biiltablo enough as part of her
ball costumo, as I doubted not wna
this sho wore. Sho took my hand
without hesitation, nnd rested her
weight upon tho stop an adorablo
anklo now moro frankly revealed. Tho
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briefness of tho luclfers was merciful
or merciless, ns you like.
"A wldo stop, mndam; bo careful,"
I suggested. But still she hesitated.
A laugh, half of annoyance, half of
amusement, broko fiom hor lips. An
tho light flickered down, Bho mado as
though to tako the step; then, ns luck
would havo It, a bit of her looso
drapery, which was mado In tho wldo
skirted and much-hooped fashion of
the time, caught at the hinge of the
carrlago door. It was a chance glance,
and not intent on my part, but I saw
that her othor foot was stockinged,
but not shod!
"I beg madam's pardon," I Bald
gravoly, looking asldo, "but sho has
perhaps not noticed that her other
slipper is lost In tho carriage."
"Nonscnso!" sho said. "Allow mo
your hand across to tho walk, ploaso.
It Is lost, yes."
"But lost whoro?" I began.
"In tho other carriage!" sho ex
claimed, and laughed freely.
Half hopping, sho wns across tho
walk, through the narrow gate, and
up nt tho door beforo I could either
offer an arm or ask for an explana
tion. Somo whim, howover, Boized
her; somo feeling that In fairness sho
ought to tell mo now part at least of
tho reason for hor summoning mo to
"Sir," sho said, even as her hand
reached up to tho door knocker; "I
admit you havo acted as a gentleman
should. I do not know what your
messngo tuny bo, but I doubt not it Is
meant for mo. Sinco you havo this
much claim on my hospitality, even
at tills hour, I think I must ask you
to stop within. Thero may bo some
"Madam," said I, "thero is an an
swer needed. I am to tako back that
answer. 1 know that this messago is
to the Baroness von Rltz. I guess it
to bo important; and I know you are
tho Baroness von Rltz."
"Well, then," said sho, pulling
about her hnlf-clad shoulders tho
light wrap sho woro; "let mo bo aa
free with you. If I havo missed ono
shoo, I hnvo not lost It wholly. I lost
tho slipper In a way not quito planned
on tho program. It hurt my foot. I
sought to adjust It behind a curtain.
My gentleman of Mexico was In wlno.
I lied, leaving my escort, nnd ho fol
lowed. I called to you. You know tho
rest. I am glad you aro less in wine,
nnd aro moro a gentleman."
"I do not yet know my answer,
"Como!" sho said; nnd at onco
knocked upon tho door.
I shall not soon forgot tho surprise
which nwalted mo when at last the
door swung open suddenly at tho hand
of a wrinkled and brown old serving
woman not ono of our colored wom
en, but of somo dark foreign race.
Tho faintest traco of surprise showed
on tho old woman's face, but sho
stepped back aud swung tho door
wide, standing submissively, waiting
Wo Btood now facing what ought to
havo been a narrow and dingy llttlo
room In a low row of dingy buildings,
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each of two stories nnd ho shallow In
extent as perhaps not to ouor spncu
to more thnn a half dozen rooms In
stem! of what should havo been, how
over, thorn was a wldo hall wldo as
each building would have been from
front to back, hut longer thnn a half
dozen of thorn would havo been! I
did not know then, what I learned
later, that tho partitions throughout
this entire row had been removed, tho
material serving to 1111 up ono of tho
houses at tho farthest extremity of
tho tow. There was thus offered v
long and narrow room, or series of
rooms, which now I saw beyond pos
sibility of doubt constituted tho resi
dence of this strnngo woman whom
chance had sent me to nddress; and
whom still stranger chanco had thrown
in contnet with mo even beforo my er
rand was begun!
Sho stood looking at mo, a smllo
flitting over her features, hor stock
lnged foot extended, too down, serving
to bnlanco her on her high-heeled sin
"Pardon, sir," sho suid, hesitating,
aB alio hold tho scaled epistle in her
hand. "You know me perhaps you
follow me I do not know. Tell me,
are you n spy of that man Paken
ham?" Her words and her tone startled
me. I had supposed her bound to Sir
Richard by ties of a certain sort. Her
bhtntness and independence puzzled
mo as much as her splendid beauty
enraptured mo. I tried to forget both.
"Madam, I am spy of no man, unless
I am such nt order of my chiof, John
Calhoun of tho United States senate
perhaps, if madam pleases, soon of
Mr. Tyler's cabinet."
In answer, sho turned, hobbled to a
tiny marquetry table, and tossed tho
note down upon it, unopened. I waited
patiently, looking about mo meantime.
I discovered that tho windows woro
barred with narrow slats of iron with
in, although covered with heavy dra
peries or amber silk. Thero was a dou
ble sheet of iron covering tho door by
which we had entered.
"Your cage, madam?" I inquired.
"I do not blame England for making
it bo secret nnd strong! If so lovely
a prisoner wero mine, I should doublo
Tho swift answer to my presumption
came in tho flush of hor cheek and her
bitten Up. Sho caught up tho koy from
tho table, and hnlf motioned mo to tho
door. But now I smiled In turn, and
pointed to tho unopened note on tho
table. "You will pardon me, madam,"
I went on. "Surely It Is no dlsgraco
to represent either England or Amor
lea. They aro not nt war. Why
should wo be?" Wo gazed steadily at
Tho old servant had disftppoared
when nt length hor mistress choso to
pick up my unregnrded document. De
liberately sho broko tho seal and read.
An instant later, her anger gone, sho
was laughing gaily.
"Seo" said sho, bubbling over with
her mirth; "I pick up a stranger, who
Bhould say good-by at my curb; my
apartments aro forced; and thl3 Is
what this stranger asks: that I shall
go with him, to-night, alone, and other
wlso unattended, to seo n man, por
haps high in your government, but a
strnnger to mo, nt his own rooms
alone! Oh, la! la! Surely theso
Americana hold mo high!"
"Assuredly wo do, madam," I an
swered. "Will It plenso you to go in
your own carriage, or shall I return
with ono for you?"
Sho put her hands behind her back,
holding In them tho opened messago
from my chief. "I nm tired. I am
bored. Your Impudence nmuses mo;
and your errand Is not your fault.
Como, sit down. You havo been good
to mo. Beforo you go, I shall havo
somo refreshments brought for you."
I felt a sudden call upon my re
sources as I found myself in this sin
gular situation. Here, indeed, moro
easily reached than I hnd dared hope,
was tho woman in tho enso. But only
hnlf of my errand, the easlor half, waa
(TO nR CONTINUED.;-
Sense of Direction In Animals.
Tho romnrkablo faculty which cats,
dogs, pigeons and other animals pos
ecss of returning in a straight line to
a point of departuro has awakened
much curiosity on tho part of natural
ists. Somo refer It to Instinct, somo
to intelligence similar to man, somo
to an internal mechanism which
makes tho nnimnl simply automata,
but nono of theso attempted explana
tions does anything toward solving
tho mystery. Ono of our ablest mod
em scientific writers supposes that
when an animal is carried to a great
dlstanco in a basket Its fright makes
it very attontlvo to tho different odors
which it oncountors upon tho way, nnd
that tho return of theso odors, in lu
vcrso order, furnishes tho needful
In Fig-Leaf Dnyg.
First Prehistoric Whero did Adam
get such nn awful grouch?
Second Ditto He's kicking because
his spring clothos don't make him look
as broad shouldered ob tho fellows In
the advertisements. Fuck.
MILLIONAIRE FARMER GONE
David Rankin, a Poor Doy Who De
came Wealthy by Sticking to tho
Tnrklo, Mo. When David Rankin
died recently at his homo here, thero
passed away tho first of the million
aire fnrmora. Nor should this bo tak
en to menu that fanning was ono of
soveral occupations followed by him;
ho wns born on a farm and died on
tho farm, nnd front tho day of hl3
birth until tho day of his death ho
nover knew what It wns to give an
hour, to any othor pursuit. Neither
Hhoiild it bo imagined that ho Inherit
ed n well paying farm which ho de
veloped. David Rankin's story in brief Is this
ho started In poverty, ho atuck to
hla Job, ho watched his chances, grow
with tho times, and died as tho farmor
Tho Millionaire Farmer.
of tho biggest single acreage In tin
world. And n most wholesome, salu
tary story It Is. Thero Is no need to
morallzo about it or to run into phil.
osophlcal language to tell of the mer
its of such a career or to point out the
secret of tho millionaire farmer's buc
cess. It tells itself. This, in effect, la
tho Btory of tho man who stuck to his
In 1S2G ho was born on a small farm
,!u Sullivan county, Indiana, in a log
house 16 feet square whero tho cook
ing was done on the logs and tho field
labor was accomplished with the prim
itive instruments with which tin
sturdy pioneers conquered the wilder
noes nnd cut the path, which civlliza
ntion and culturo havo followed, lnt
tho west. He 'was taught to work at
Boon as ho was able to wield a hoe,
and was reared to regard shoes aa o
luxury and schooling as an lndulgenci
granted to boys In tho seasons wher
larm work was impossible. At tin
age of eleven ho saw tho last of the
school room nnd settled down to r
man's share of the burdens of lifo oi
tho paternal farm. In 1S1G he startcf
out for himself with ono ox and oni
Two yenrs later, while the average
farmer was looking with suspicion ant.
contempt at tho reapers advertised li
the catalogues ho bought ono and user
it In another two years ho felt tha
ho was prosperous enough to marrj
bo ho handed his $4 to the parson an
took a hclpmato.
For another 15 years ho slmpV
farmed on, stendlly, surely growing
watching every chanco to lmprovo hit
knowledgo of farming conditions ant
taking advantage of every innovntloi
that promised better returns. The;
ho began to bo truly wealthy. It wa
in 18C5 that he sold pork inl Now Yorl
fattened on his own land and ahortlj
afterwards ho cultivated broom corn
eschewed by all the conservative till
ors of tho soil, and mado a quarter d
a million out of It
Now in recent years Mr, Rankin,
farmor extraordinary, had cultivator
JuBt 20,540 acres of land of which 19,
000 was in corn every year nnd ht
raised about 1,000,000 buahelo a your.
QUEER VERDICT OF JURIES
Some Are a Puzzle and Difficult tc
Solve, While Many are Exceed
Chicago. "Hero is a runny thlna
about tho rolntlvo valuo of a man's
right and left leg," onid a Chicago
lawyer. "Not long ago I was called
upon to conduct the caso of a man
who hnd lost hla left leg in a railroad
accident. Ho waa laid up In tho hos
pltal for several weeks. Whllo thero
tho uttor uselessness of his light hand
cnused much comment among tho
doctors and nurses. Other left-hnnded
pntlents thoy hnd mot with ablo at
least to fight files, but my cllont'a
right hnnd wasn't oven fit for that.
"Tho caso enmo to trial, and tho
Jury awarded him damages ?500 In
excess or what ho had asked Tor, be
cause, said tho foreman, 'ho Is left
handed.' "Tho next day 1 stumbled on my
mnn in a restaurnnt and found him
Btoklng up with hla right hand.
" That Ib all right,' said ho. 'It lsn'
a now accomplishment. I could do it
all tho timo. Can use ono 'hand as
well as tho other, always could, but
after I lost my loft leg I concluded to
let my right hand tako a vacation. You
seo, I know tho ways or Juries. I
cannot follow their reasoning, but I
havo studied thler vordlcts, and I havo
discovered that whllo tho right leg Is
considered of moro valuo to tho aver
age man than his left log, tho loft log
fetches a boom prico If It belongs to
a left-handed man. I cannot boo tho
connection, but Juries can. You heard
what tho Jury of mlno said? Well,
they always reason that way.' M
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UNKIND JOLT FROM ADAM
Ao If Eve Hadn't Sorrow Enough,
Her Partner Had to Add to
Adam had Just received his notice
Ho stared nt it a long tlmo In
silence, whllo Eve, crouched In n
dusky comer, softly whimpered.
Presently tho father of mankind
As Evo cnught his angry cyo hci
whimper changed to n gulping Bob.
"Well," ho sternly said, "you've con
tnlnly put us In n fine mess wit
your silly curiosity! And yet when '
refused to hnvo anything to do with
your npplo Echcmo you called mo $
poor fool. Do you remember thai
you called mo a poor fool?"
"Yc-es," sobbed Eve.
"Well, there's Just ono question I
want to ask you?" said Adam.
"What is it?" gasped tho first
"Who's looney now?" ho harshly
Then ho turned nway abruptly and
Btnrted to pack up tho family gourds
nnd tho tent poles. Clevelnnd Plain
BABY'S SCALP CRUSTED
"Our llttlo daughter, when three
months old, began to break out on tho
head and wo had tho best doctors to
treat her, but they did not do hor any
good. Thoy Bald sho had eczema. Her
scalp was a solid scalo all over. Tho
burning nnd itching was sosevcro that
Bho could not rest, dny or night Wo
had about given up all hopes when wo
read of tho Cuticura Remedies. Wo at
onco got a cako of Cuticura Soap, a
box of Cuticura Ointment nnd ono bot
tlo of Cuticura Resolvent, nnd fol
lowed directions carefully. After tho
first doso of tho Cuticura Resolvent,
wo used tho Cuticura Soap freely nnd
applied tho Cuticura Ointment Thon
sho began to lmprovo rapidly and In
two weeks tho scalo camo off her
head nnd new hair began to grow. In
i very short tlmo sho was well. Sho la
how sixteen years of ago and a plc
turo of health. Wo used tho Cuti
cura Remedies nbout live weeks, reg
ularly, and then we could not tell Bho
had been affected by the disease. Wo
nscd no othor treatment after wo
round out what tho Cuticura Remedies
would do for hor. J. Pish and Ella M.
Fish, Mt. Vernon. Ky Oct. 12, 1J09."
The Lawyers Won.
Asklt Old Sklnnord left quite a
large estate, did ho not?
Noltt Yes; but somo of his rela
tives contested his will.
Askltt Was thero much left after
It got through tho courts?
Noltt Nothing but tho heirs.
As gold Is tried hy tho furnace, nnd
tho baser metal Is shown; so tho hollow-hearted
friend Is known by ad
rtumor Is a spark at first, thon a
fire, then a conflagration, and then
ashes. W. II. Shaw.
nfr. TVlnatotr'n Sootlilntr Byrnp.
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"I used Cascarets nnd feel like a new
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lor a short time. I will recommend
Cascarets to my friends as the only thing"
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Harry Stucklcy, Mauch Chunk, Pa.
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