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SrlHI. ..,r." ,nn't'y.. makes 1Mb appearance,
fh .,,iyitV'-U 't10 ho "'lot'tfd tin. boy. Na
K ?,.. 'rflH bus tl,u Harony, but Hip
i7n.. v lc,,y ""' ltlOVlPllBO of tlio
i',,' ,'.nncy o keen Hannibal. C.iptatn
S,!n .'. ? fr t'1"1 of tho Uiiliitiirils. up-?-
-i,ml .'!sks questions nboiit tho Hir
nVimi Tro iUib,lu "l Hctcli 1 1111. wlmn Hun
?. i .,..kl'1n.a"e, Davo Hlount. Cap
wim,B')lurirella, "Kent. Yiincy ovorluki-s
Ulount. kIvch him a thrashing ami wcurcs
t ?i,Vy' aPcK. nPl'cnra before riqtilre
h iJini; ?? ' JlftliarKPil with eosta for
P glHlntllT. Hetty Malroy. n frlentl of
J??.. Mi"1" .I' ,m8 a" encounter with Cap
tain Murrell, who forces bin attentions on
nor. and Is rescued by Urtice Carrlnuton.
S.V;iL8.ct8 "M1 ,or 1,er Tennpsseo homo,
currlnifton takes tho same Btauo. Yuncy
?J i-!an.?,b?l disappear, with Murrell on
V. !r.ira,li. Hnllnl arrived nt tho homo
of JudRo Slocum Price. The Juiljjn recoil
tilzes In tho boy, tho Rrnndson of nn old
tlmo friend. Murrull arrlvpH at Juduo's
riomc. Cavondlsli family on raft rcmciio
'Yuncy, who U apparently dead. Pileo
CHAPTER VIII (Continued).
"Wo lon't want to get thoro too
.early," explained tho judge, as they
quitted tho cabin. "Wo want to miss
tho work, but bo on hand tor tho
"I suppose wo may conlldently loolt
to you to favor us with a few elo
quent words?" said Mr. Mahaffy.
"And why not, Solomon?" asked
The opportunity be craved was not
denied him. Tho crowd was llko
most southwestern crowds of the pe
riod, and no sooner did tho judge ap
pear than there were clamorous de
mands for u speech. Ho cast a
glance of triumph at Mahaffy, nnd
nimbly mounted "a convenient stump.
He extolled tho climate of middle
Tennessee, tho unsurpassed fertility
of tie Foil; he touched on the tuturo
that awaited Pleasantvllle; ho upos
troplilzcd tho Jail.
Presently tho crowd drifted away
In tht. direction of tho tavern. Han
nibal meantime had gnno down to tlio
river. Ho haunted Its banks as
though bo expected to sec his Undo
Uob appear any moment. The Judge
nnd Mnhafly had mingled with the
others In tho hopo of free drinks, but
in this hopo there lurked tho germ
of a bitter disappointment. After a
period of mental anguish Mahaffy
parted with his last stray coin, and
whllo his tlask was being lilted the
judge Indulged In certain winsome
gallantries with tho fat landlady.
"La, Judge Price, how you do run
on!" sho said with u coquettish toss
of her curls.
"That's tho charm of you, ma'am,"
natd the Judge. Ho leaned across tho
bar and, sinking his volco to a husky
whisper, nsked: "Would It be perfect
ly convenient for you to extend mo a
"Now, Judge Price, you know a
heap better than to ask me that!"
Bho answered, shaking her bead.
"No offense, ma'am," said tho Judge,
hiding his disappointment, and with
Mahaffy ho quitted the bar.
The sudden noisy clamor of many
voices, high-pitched and excited, float
ed out to them under the hot sky. "1
wonder " began tho Judge, and
paused aa ha saw tho crowd stream
Into the road before tho tavern. Then
a cloul of dust enveloped It, a cloud
of dust that came from tho tramping
of many pairs of feet, and that swept
toward them, thick and impenetrable,
and no higher than a tall man's bead
In the lifeless air. "I wonder It we
missed anything?" continued the
Judge, finishing what be had started
.' The score or more of men were
quite near, and tho judge and Ma
taffy made out the tall flguro ot the
herlff In the lead. And then the
crowd, very excited, very dusty, very
noisy and very hot, flowed Into the
Judgo's front yard. For a brief mo
ment that gentleman fancied Pleas
antvllle bad awakened to a fitting
sense of Its obligation to him and
that It was about to mako amends
for Its churlish lack of hospitality. Ho
roso from his chair, and with a splen
did florid gesture swept off his hat.
"It's tbo pussy fellow!" cried a
"Oh, Bhut up don't you think 1
know him?" retorted tho sheriff tart
ly. "Gentlemen " began the Judgo
"Get the well-rope!"
The Judge was rather at loss prop
erly to Interpret these varied remarks.
Ho was not long left In doubt. The
sheriff steped to his side and dropped
a heavy band on his shoulder.
"Mr. Slocum Prico, or whatever
your name Is, your little game Is up!"
"Ain't he bold?" It was tbo wom
an's volco this time, and tbo fat land
lady, her curlB awry and her plump
breast hoavlng tumultously, gained
a place In tho forefront of the crowd
"Dear madam, this Is an unexpect
ed pleasure!" said the Judge, with bis
band upon his heart
y - J" t J CoPritat ijl f, KiffrM Mttlt CctAinr
'I Want My Money!"
"I want my money!" shrieked tbo
landlady. "Good money not this
worthless trash!" sho shook n bill un
der bis noso. Tho Judgo recognized
it as the one or which ho hud de
"You bavo been catched passing
counterfeit," said tbo sheriff. A light
broke on the Judge, u light that
stunned and dazzled.
"I can explain "
"Speak to them. Solomon you
know how I carno, by tho money!"
cried tho judge, clutching his friend
by the arm. Mahaffy oponed bis thin
lips, but the crowd drowned his voice
In a roar. '
A tall fellow shook a long linger
under Mahaffy 's nose.
Mr. Mahaffy seemed to hesltato.
Somo ono gavo him a shove nnd be
staggered forward a step. JJctoro he
could recover hlmsolf tbo sboo was
"Lope on out of here!" yelled the
tall fellow. Mahaffy was hurriod to
ward tho road. Twenty men wore la
chase behind him. Then the woods
closed about him. His long legs,
working tirelessly, carried him over
fallen logs and through tangled thick
ets, the voices behind him growing
moro and more distant as be ran.
The Family on the Raft.
That would unquestionably have
been the end of Dob Yancy when ho
was shot out Into the muddy waters
of the Elk river, had not Mr. Klch
ard Keppol Cavendish, variously
known as Long-Lcggod Dick, and
Chllls-and-Fever Cavendish, of Lin
coln county, In tbo state of Tennes
see, some months previously and
after unprecedented mental effort on
his part, decided that Lincoln county
was no placo for him,
Mr. Cavendish's paternal grandpar
ent had drifted down tho Holston and
Tennessee; and Mr. Cavendish's
father, In his son's youth, bad poled
up the Elk. Mr. Cavendish now de
termined to float down tho Elk to Its
Juncturo with tho Tennessee, down
the Tonnossoo to tho Ohio, and If
need bo, down tbo Ohio to the Mis
sissippi, until be found some spot ex
actly suited to his taste.
With this end In vlow he had tolled
through tbo late winter and early
spring, building himself a raft on
which to transport his fow belongings
and bis numerous family.
Thus It happened that as Murrell
and Slosson wero dragging Yancy
down the lane, Cavendish was Just
rounding a bond In tho Elk, a quar
ter of a mllo distant. Leaning loose
ly against the long handle ot bis
sweep, bo was watching the lane of
bright water that ran between the
black shadows cast by 'the trees on
He beard a dull splosh, and caught
sight of some object In the eddy that
swept alongside Mr. Cavendish
Shrieked the Landlady.
promptly detached hlmsolf from the
handlo of tbo sweep and ran to tho
edgo of tbo raft.
It was n face, livid and blood
streaked. Dropping on his knees ho
reached out a pair of long arms and
undo a dextorous grab, and his lin
gers closed on tho collar of Yancy's
shirt. Ho drew Ynncy closo along
side, and pulled him clear ot tho wa
ter. Mr. Cavendish began a hurried
examination of tho still figure.
"There's a little life hero not much.
Polly!" ho called.
ThlB brought Mrs. Cavendish from
ono of tho two cabins that occupied
tho center of tho raft When sho
caught sight of Yuncy sho uttered a
Her cry bad aroused tho other deni
zens of tho raft. Six little Caven
dishes, each draped In a single gar
ment, tumbled forth from their shel
ter. "I reckon we'd bettor lift him on to
one of the beds get bis wet clothes
off and wrap him up warm," said
"Ob, put him In our bed!" cried all
tho little Cavendishes.
And Yancy was borne Into tbe
smaller of tbe two shanties, where
presently bis bandaged bead rested
on the long pillow. Then bis wet
clothes were bung up to dry along
with tbo family wash,
The sheriff bad brought the judge's
supper. He roported that tho crowd
was dispersing, and that on the whole
public sentiment was not particularly
noBtue; indeed, ho, wont so far as to
say there existed a strong undercur
rent of satisfaction that tbe jail
should have so speedily justified It
self. Presently the sheriff went his way
Into tbo dusk ot Xbo evening, and
night came swiftly to "fellowship tbe
Judge's rears. A single moonbeam
found Its way Into the place, making
a thin rift In tbe darkness. The
Judgo sat down on the three-legged
stool, which, with a shake-down bed,
furnished the Jail.
Where was Solomon Mahaffy, and
where Hannibal? He felt that Ma
haffy could fend for himself, but he
experienced a moment of gonulne
concorn when be thought or tho child.
Then thoro wsb a scarcely audi
bio rustle on tho margin or tbo woods,
a dry branch snapped loudly. Next a
stealthy step sounded In the clear
ing. The judgo had an agonized
vision of regulators and lynchers.
The cautious stops continued to ap
proach. A whisper stole Into the
"Are you awake, Price?" It was Ma
haffy who spoko.
"God bless you, Solomon Mahaffy I"
cried the Judgo unsteadily.
"I've got the boy he's with me,"
"God bless you both!" repeated tbe
Judgo brokenly. "Tako care ot him,
Solomon. I feel better now, knowing
ho'a In good hands."
J TSf?Jj3fr A
"PltMse, Judge" It was Hannibal.
"Yes, dear lad?"
"I'm mighty sorry that ten dollars
I loaned you was bad hut you don't
need over to pay It back! It wore
Captain .Murrell gavo It to me."
"I consecrate myself to his destruc
tion I Judge Slocum l'rlco cannot bo
humiliated with Impunity!"
"I t-liould think you would savo
your wind, Prico, until you'd wad
dled out of danger!" Mahaffy spoko
"How aro you going to get mo out
of this, Solomonfor I supposo you
are hero to break Jail for ine," Bald
"Well, Price, 1 guess all wo can do
is to go back to town nnd seo If 1
can get Into my cabin I've got nn
old saw thero. If I can find It, 1 can
come again tomorrow night nnd cut
away one of tho logs, or tho cleats of
"In heaven's name, do that tonight,
Solomon!" Implored tho Judge. "Why
"Price, there's a pack of dogs In
this neighborhood, and wo must hnve
n full night to movo in, or thoy'll pull
us down before wo'vo gono ten
"You're right, Solomon; I'd forgot
ten tho dogs."
Mahaffy closed and fastened tho
shutters, then ho nnd Hannibal stolo
across tho clearing nnd entered tho
woods. Tho Judgo went to bed. Ho
was aroused by tho arrival of hla
breakfast, which tho sheriff brought
about eight o'clock.
"Well, If I was In your boots 1
couldn't sloop llko you!" remarked
that olllclnl admiringly. "Hut I reckon,
sir, this ain't tho first tlmo tho peni
tentiary has stared you in tho faco."
It was Hearing tho noon hour when
tho judge's Bolltudo was again In
vaded. Ho first -hoard tho distant mur
mur of voices on tho road and passed
nn uneasy and restless ton minutes,
with his cyo to a crack In tho door.
Ho was soothed and reassured, how
ever, when at last ho caught Bight or
"Well, Judge, I got company for
you," cried tho sheriff cheerfully, as
ho throw open tho door. "A boss
thief!" Ho pushed into tho building a man,
batlcss and coatlcss, with n pair or
palo villainous eyes and n tobacco
stained chin. Tho judgo vlowcd tho
nowcomer with disfavor. As for tho
horse-thief, ho gavo his companion In
misery a coldly critical staro, seated
himself on tho stool, nnd with quito
a flerco nlr devoted all his energy to
mastication. He neither altered his
position nor changed his expression
until bo and tho judgo wero alone,
then, catching tho Judgo's oyo, he
made what seemed a casual move
ment with bis hand, the throe fingers
raised; but to tho Judgo this clearly
was without significance, and tbe
horse-thief manifested no further In
terest whore bo was concerned. Ho
did not even condescend to answer
the one or two civil remarks tbe
Judgo addressed to him.
As tbe long afternoon more Itself
away, tbo judge lived through tbe
many stages of doubt and uncertain
ty, for suppose anything bad hap
pened to Mahaffy!
Standing before tbe window, tbe
judge watched the last vestige of light
fade from tbe sky and tbe stars ap
pear. Would Mahaffy come? Tbo
suspense was Intolerable. Suddenly
out of the silence sounded a long
drawn whistle. Three times It was
repeated. The horse-thief leaped to
"Neighbor, that means me!" be
The moon was rising now, and by
Its light tbe Judgo saw a number of
horsemen appear on tbe edgo of tbe
woods. Tbey entered tbo clearing,
picking tbelr way among the stumps
without baste or confusion. When
quite close. Hvo of tbe band dis
mounted; the rest continued on about
the jail or cantered off toward tho
"Loolt out Inside, there!" cried a
voice, and a log was dashed against
tho door; once twlce It rose nnd
fell on tho clapboards, and under
those mighty thuds grew up a wide
gap through whjch tbe moonlight
streamed splendidly. Tho horso-tblor
stepped between tbe dangling cleats
Tho Judge tossed away tbe stool.
Ho understood now. Wltb a confi
dent, not to say Jaunty step, tbo Judge
emerged from tbo Jail,
"Your servant, gentlemen!" he
said, lifting his bat.
"Git!" said one ot the men brief
ly, and tbe Judge moved nimbly away
toward the woods.
Now to find Solomon and the boy,
and then to put the miles betweea
himself and Pleasantvlllo with all
diligence. As ho thought this, almost
at bis elbow Mahaffy and Hannibal
rose from behind a fallen log. Tbo
Yankee motioned for silence and
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
BRIEF NEWS OP NEBRASKA
Mm. A, h. Ilakor, iinslfltant postmis
tress at .Murray, fell over a mall uncle
uiul broke her arm.
l'Yoniont lias been chosen ns tlio
next meeting place of the statu asso
ciation of commercial clubs.
Wlillo making repairs on a windmill
near Douglas, S. II. Carpenter got
caught in the gear, Jerking I) It) thumb
Someotio with an tiiiiiueucliabtn
thirst, broke Into a warehouse at
I'lattuutouth and carried away llftcuu
ensen of beer.
Nebraska Wesloyan defeated tho
University of Omaha Tuesday even
ing In tlio llrst annual debate at Uni
Andrew H, llucklus, of Nebraska
City, well known throughout tho coun
try uh ii temperance ovaugcllst, died
suddenly lit St. Units.
Ilov, Canon Hurgess, for thirty-eight
years rector of St. Ltikc'n Episcopal
church at Plattsmouth, has resigned
on account of lit health.
Tho chaututmua nt Wlsuer is
Kclieiluled to meet In that city on
July -T. tho week before the circuit
raco meet nt West Point.
Oscar Seversou of Hamilton county,
who was hit on the head by n Hying
timber during tho recent storm, Is
dead from Injuries received.
Dan V, Stephens has resigned as a.
member of tho board of education of
Fremont and James A. Donahue bus
been elected to 1111 the vacancy.
Wilbur K. Ilryant has boon appoint
ed county judgo nt Hartlngton, In
place of M. II. Dodge, who has been
conllned to his bed for six mouths.
Directors of tbo Fremont lire de
partment have fixed May L:i as tho
date for tho annual banquet and danco
of the members and their families and
Extensive preparations aro being
tnado by the committees In charge to
make tbo G. A. It. reunion nt Deatrlco
ono of tho most Interesting over held
in tho state.
Tho now scleuco hall ot tho stalo
normal at Wayne Is completed and
will bo in uso during tho summer
term. It will bo formally dedicated
July 2 by Governor Aldrlch.
Fremont's dog show, which opened
Wednesday, with 308 entries, will rank
on a par with- thoso of Omaha and;
Denver In points of size, and ahead oC
the Sioux City and Dob .Moines shows;
Hnrry Hogbohn, aged 35, a bill post
or in the employ of a circus, fell from!
his scaffolding whllo at work at North
Plutto and sustained Injuries from'
which ha died at tho couuty hospital.
William Volk was drowned In tho
Platte rlvor near Cullom Sunday
morning nnd bis body was recovered
an hour later. Ho was Ashing and
l"nr tlnt'fMil It let ildtlMt inlHi unlnlitr
n, w..u ... uu,.i.. ... oiniup,
Tho explosion ot an Incubator lamp
in tho chicken houso on tho Mcrrlclc
county poor farm resulted ln(tho bum-'
lug up of two brooders and a chicken
houso with about ICO llttlo chicks and
1G0 old chickens.
Tho boy Bcouts' athletic exhibition,
given at tho opera houso at Bancroft,
Is Bald to hnvo' boon ono of tho best
ontortalnmcnts over given thero, and
many of tho "stunts' would have dono
:redit to a professional.
Tho village of Dodge has voted
bonds for n new mbdorn school bounq,
which will bo croctcd during tho sum
mer and bo ready for occupancy In
tho fall. Tho structure oxcluslvo cf
tbe Bite, will cost $23,000.
It has now been definitely decided
that the corner Btone ot Merrick
county's now $90,000 court bouse at
Central City will bo laid on May 22,
and that tho ceremonies attending tho
ovont will bo In charge ot members
of tbe Masonic order.
The largest mortgage ever recorded
In Gage county was filed In the regis
ter ot deed's office at Beatrice by the
Equitable Trust company of New York
City, It was for $200,000,000 and cov
ers tbe entire property of the Union
Pacific railway company.
One ot the first big conventions
this summer will bo that of tbe Ne
braska State Postmasters' associa
tion, which meets at Lincoln June,
11, 12 and 13. Postmasters from all
over the state will be In attendance
and tho largest attendance In years Is
A movement Is being mado to ox
lend tho corporate limits of Union,
which, If carried out, will materially
Improve- tbe condition of tho village.
Many Improvements aro under way,
such as new cement walks and cross
ings, grading streets and keeping
them floated and dragged following
Edward N. RItchoy, a student at
the atato normal school of Kearney,
was successful In receiving an ap
pointment to tho Insular school sor
vico ot the Philippine islands, and Is
on bin way to report for duty.
TeamB ot six men each, represent
ing Omaha and Lincoln, will play
checkers at Lincoln May 30 to deter
mine tho Intercity checker champion
ship. Each player will contest in two
games with each member of tbe op
posing aggregation, a total of seventy
From 1,000 to 1,500 ot the school
children of Lincoln aro to take part
In tbo annual play festival to bo held
tbe afternoon of May 1G at Antolopo
ball park. In a program made up of
a may polo dance, folk dancoa and
out-of-door sports, every school In
the city will be represented.
Sheriff Hyors of I-uncastcr county,
who, with Chief of Police Briggs ot
South Omaha, Is cbargod wltb man
slaughter In connection with tho kill
ing of Roy Blunt, a young farmer of
Sarpy county, March 18, last, will ask
for a change ot venue, alleging preju
dice and Inability to got a fair trial.
It show 20 pretty roomi in moifern liomei
nnd how to get ilic very latest desim for
your home. We will send you FRKK color
plain made by expert (Icsignerj for any
rooms you want to decorate.
The Beautiful Wall Tint
ll more tiiMnnttile than will uprr of ptlnl in.t cry
tr lrn. ll Ii luci fclinM in.l riqulille In color In coV
fine with any klnj l kilio-nlnr. Curl further uii
the wtlli. ilri nut chip, fffl or lab vlf, lull fir lunger.
16 Detutllulllnti. Comri ill triJf la mli with coM,
witer and put nn. Fulfil to
uie lull illrectlnni on ererr
ptckaie. Kull Mb. pkf., White.
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Tho dyspeptic should choose care
fully wbnt ho chows carefully.
flurllrlil 'K'i In uni'nualltd either at
occasional or a dally laxutlvn.
A friend In word
friend In deed.
not always a
Wo all admlro a man wbo says Just
what ho thluks about other people
"L.ot mo tnKo your sister apart.
"Don't. Sho Is all broken up, as It
Tho Star I must have renl food In
"tho banquet scene" tonight.
Hard-Pressed Manager Why?
Tho Star Uccauso I'm hungry.
A Candid Man.
"Aro you looking for work?"
"No, sir; I'm looking for money,
bttt I'm willing to work becauso that's
the only way I can got it."
New York Journalists.
"Hero's a man who claims to under
"Can't wo foaturo It?"
"Wo might." ropllod tho editor of:
tho Now York papor, "If It wero playcdj
up properly. Send him out to get aa
Interview with tho llrst robin, and let's
boo what ho makes ot It."
Her Little Ring.
Mary had a llttlo ring; 'twas given
by her beau; and evorywhero that
Mary wont that ring was suro to go.
Sho took tho ring with her one day,
when she went out to tea, whero she
might display it to tho girls, who num
And when the girls all saw that
ting, they mndo a great ado, exclaim
Ing, with ono volco: "Has It at last
got around to you?"
On, Learned Judge.
A California Judge decided that
thoro Is no judicial authority to keep
a man from making love to his wife,
although It could stop bis beating her.
Tho remarkable cause ot this remark
able decision was that a woman la
Lob Angeles bad appllod for an Injunc
tion to restrain her husband from In
sisting on being attentive to ber. This
Judgo was not a Solomon, but he real
ized tbat only a Solomon could be
trusted to rule upon tbe whims and
Inconsistencies of womankind.
Doctor Was Fooled by His Own Cat
It's easy to understand how ordi
nary people get fooled by coffee when
doctors themselves sometimes forget
A physician speaks of bis own expe
rience: "I bad used coffee for years and really
did not exactly believe It ws Injuring
me although I bad palpitation of the
heart every day. (Tea contains caf
feine tho same drug found in coffee
and Is just as harmful as coffee.)
"Finally one day a severe and al
most fatal attack of heart trouble
frightened me and I gave up both tea
and coffee, using Postum instead, and
since that time I have had absolutely
no heart palpitation except on one or
two occasions when I tried a small
quantity of coffoe.whlch caused severe
Irritation and proved to me I must let
"When we began using Postum It
seemed weak that was because we
did not mako It according to directions
but now wo put a little bit ot but
ter In tho pot when boiling and allow
the Postum to boll full 15 minutes
which glvcslt the proper rich flavor
and tho deep brown color.
"I have advised a great many ot
my friends and patients to leave off
coffee and drink Postum, in fact I dally
give this advice." Name given by
Postum Co., Battlo Creek. Mich.
Many thousands of physicians use
Postum in place of tea and coffee la
tbelr own homes and prescribe It to"
"Tbero's a reason," and It is explain
ed In the little book, "The Road to
Wellvlile," in pkgs.
Kter read Ine above letter r A mew
one apprnra from tlM to time. They
are Kroular, trie, u. fait of haauw
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