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Mineral Point Tribune (Newspaper) - February 16, 1854, Mineral Point, Wisconsin MINERAL POINT TRIBUNE BY BLISS CHANEY POINT WIS THURSDAY VOL 14 MINERAL 1 h Point ar lUp I and mail 1 3 40 100 79 1 00 60 For time lew months J wnk RATKS or ADVERTISING Uts MM UlM OM Uut OM quart OM out OM of a column yttr OM of a f yttr OM 00 600 1400 1103 Out i OM column 111 in tft tbt ol linn will and or Vy IM liMt llM 80 Poetry Oh Ike Nj Sunn I tc t it unti each otr my lit tui land Oil irf fit ft t k no more t ax n J wUI lung Ami lead nic Tu Uic try childhood kindly err er Ani mch hir dew i itrc Antl tutun ol lift 1 ALtil to I ikr from Iht lelt m tht low u lowly Hill well liuo Aroi nd now fury lormi In Inline I uil OK uir ol I bear I ir 1 hi i Um to mi Mill dnic IT AKI tny OF W TU THE TRI LilT BV W CHAPTER XXI weaa THB day WM drawing to a and WM upon a large tie in one ef bia audience aad at a Bin were a number more of present aad ail banging witb nore than wonted upon tke which were about lo fall from Uwi Baa eaid tbe king ma The aoble went nearer to tba king Ben you do not bow low aa was your I truth Ben Yoa do not look me in faoo you may be tbat of grave import themselves upon my sire ye Abbas Beware that rebellion no homo in thy or by Allah you'll repent it know roe nire and you know I been faithful Then why those peevish V I am sad and Ah and by I too am sick All thin cloy I've felt a gnawing at my very vitals I Bon I most strangely Hen turned away head to bide a look he could not Tho name of dwelt silently upon and a look of joy passed over tures My head too sy continued tbe king 1 shall overcome it I you may replied Bon Ab- baa Allah protect l1 added tho alcalde But enough of uttered by h'm manner that ho was Him I have made up ry look voa traat from tba palm baa performed bU If BM bad of intercept lag Ika he waa aww ko folded left baH Lai M U way look ialo tba and tbat wa may batter tbat red wa will go back a few boura and take oar view by daylight In ona of but to WM ted aat Abdalla WM firmly chained but jet ba bad a food for He BOW aat upon the stone which him for a mt aad WM bowed floor were together aad his moved with a of prayer WM but ad rtudylnf aat wild While be wu TatUt beneath bit cheat board Do you foci liko a of tba Jailor aa ba aat bh lamp dow Tarik up tba dull momenta h good Tarik to dull momenta baag abo drink tag about I'll apand aa ia quiet tba tba are all aard avar yet and wara in of bla Ha MM for wbo bad auda UD mind to meet tba king of There bara baaa twne rayt of hope ia hii but were ao dim aa not to bo aMily In tba lower dungeon where lait we MW them eat Charles of Leon and bia Tba former to bave bean not long The aperture at the top of the wall ad- to the to plainly about them and bad all that Pedro had of blood poken of Tho deep were over wae there for binding fur the and the too WM distinguished My you bare en joyed a good long sleep Ay aud by my soul I had a wonderfully pleasant dream for a of sleep as tuts That may be a good for I in Especially they are pleasant ones not so my mailer I wouldn't refuse to believe in a right pleasant dream but my good old mother always learned me particularly to believe in all tho bad ones and if I mistake not she bad a ending for all the once That would bu hard turd ill at cane my mind llin r tu Ai UK thai lp il Mill Uncut of Til colJ thai Iht to lU At In tin Allan grant tbet you may be Mid tlic king with i laugh mercy bo for wbo need it I want uf it 1 must ilu t present the yon of i asked lien you thought of what might to tbo of t Mohammed I uf noil ing live what I do and upon that I have determined Abdalla must dio ere another rise You the power to da at you eaid lien in a low i it would but while you have been Charles I been at work Look at that I1 Ae Pedro spoke he arose from liis seat and walked across the dungeon meant that uttered the knight in thoy didn't discover inv Okie uf instruments I all here and you see how they hate mo But there can be no thing as cape even if we gut rid of our sold There cat be no thing ta escape our Pedro let's ave thorn off and then wo he ready ur the first chance And lul me lull you more thing we are put here to liero i no doubt about that Now if we ave our irons free we may use them to advantage Not more than one man can nter our at a time and we can ell our live dearly nt all Uut there may be a for escape As Tarik wared a up to where Abdalla atood and having aat lamp down in a tba right band and than waled himself Abdalla did tbe and having tbe board upon their they their men laid the me that tblt may M lut ever play together No will pW I think Mi Tba kWg will not longer will not dare t will dan do ba But never mind that now You thai tnt and I wilt boat von Not ao That's your old move and I moan il fur a Allah if you were playing for your life I should hardly let you beat mo I Tarik whatever I play to bo mine not mine to played aud they played too a men understood tbo Tb minutes slipped away and tb two moved their wit but little Tbe prisoner and the keeper forgot bis office I bave whispered Tarik Not returned tba prisoner as he backed up his queen by a dexterous move Tbe were again buried iu tbe game when the door of tbe room ed and Mahmoud entered Tarik here an order from the the messenger placing a bit of ment in the band Tarik opened the scroll and HU face turned pale and a fearful tremor shook frame I am to said Mahmand Then I will join returned Tarih placing the within bosom What ails 1 asked the as half lowered and tbo took a step forward bat ba no nearer for a fall powerful tba knight brought heavy chain upon tba bead and be sink on tba pavement like a dead ox At tba Mine moment Pedro sprang upon the bat hii blow nil upon ha shoulder and with a load ery he lamed man sprang back from the lamp WM upset and in be fray aad the prisoners were left ia total They beard the u lie hurried away but they knew tbat one lay near them Shall we Pedro No yet Yea yea The way open Come But we killed if we stay broke in the esquire mo Charles hesitated no longer bnt gwp itig stout more firmly he groped i way out from the dungeon Pedro I i tbe way M we entered This to the jail room and wa anat fight oar way and ran Hardly had Pedro spoken when a torch flashed through tbe darkness and a ber of men at tbe bead cf whom wai rik were Men approaching them Hold I cried Tarik as he near to the prisoners Back to your coll Let us firmly returned Charles of Leon I know your purpose and wilt defend myself Ono moment sir knight an Clear the way Tarik WM a powerful man and to dangers but bo tian You must he Mid Never while I live Tbe that were nf no nore use and he n assist hint He Ton eaa laava w Ban Mohammad Tbe eaat threatening at left the apartment WM alone witk msn who bad from life worth living for By Allah Zebra but you look the king M he sank down noon tbe The maiden no and ait by I would rather stand iii of the king returned Zebra But the king is now your husband Zehra trembled but her features ealm sweet 1 am unworthy to appi my king At the maiden spoke the sue the silken at the end of apartment and site saw a burning eye peering forth from be- lied iu M From of roice Ay and none shall prate at my after the deed in done Mark that tain aud beware Do you understand V r than I i U of cuM from a shew ti of emit Comic it to nuke tint by with it not in ti il i it wt hur of it thtl it not tW Hi not not tht u with watt moral on btu Ilit of Then I nhall look for you to be 1 am now proudly returned and from my dom would 1 speak to Thou must not wonder that I speak plainly for it is the of a true friend so to speak those are wbo look blindly on our and flatter in our oil do on Ben for vour speech bti smacking of Though I mast say thai it is not always wise to be bon est I have but a word more to taj I ao Ht who hii itin mutt to watch sod hit too Win Di 1 Ins with at not 1 in lint woiM i ill ami I not thai hn 10 I T Abbas but it waxes late now laud 1 must to business Ah that pai m in my I have myself vise vou not to lay the of death and it will be for your in to lot the go free from have I said tbe king with a sneer J in truth sira Thou let me tell thee tbat I need no thy advice I'll talk with we nro visited by night we eau down tbo keeper and perhaps make our way I understand you Mid with a slight tinge of hope in bis tone Then you must take this saw and olear ny hands I worked upon my foot very easily but you see I cannot work around ruy wrists Separate bolls and then I'll have you free in a twinkling The knight took the keen instrument Voni the hinds of his esquire and era long the bolts that held tho up on Pedro's bands were out off and tho faithful fellow was at liberty so far as Tons were concerned Now my good masler Lold you still a few and your limbs shall be re- from those ugly trimmings As the esquire tfm poke he knelt down and commenced tongue kept with his hand and if the messenger withdrew Only a sudden and unexpected replied Tarik in a thick husky tone while he trembled though death angel were over him finish tbo No cannot play more If onn play why not you f prisoner in a tone of strange -I feel tbat I have more inter- est in the than you The two men tbo but Tarik played wildly Ah goes your queen and the game mino uttered won I1 murmured Tarik and as he spoke he turned away lo wipe a tear from cheek The keeper arose from bis neat and the chess-board against tbe wall Ha re the manacle supon the prisoner's Laud and then taking up tbe lamp he left tbe apartment O Allah forgive lie murmured as bo closed the I would die myself than do thi deed but I wil KINO We have for part edly the of attention wended M Imig been of their Tba and aa one of tbe Ihi we Manet do better to f ivt CHATTER IX a Jack Dry are found iu tity in lln and lie nee re lie tub of tlis mines no having been made or la tu uto I ilk tlic of true I have thum lo be a to tMt ralna I esperintenl with the t black U ter aud from peculiar lion i a ore I have fell ill evening hut your uc at- radiant I u Zehra moved nol flie in by et Motion lion o and in Mohammed suddenly pressed his ia upon bis bosom and a oin mark of his features 1 the i Will you not me I I will try other sire uttered Ving tn hi feel me not All How it this 1 med by that il Ab fair maiden I think your takes eotor from yoar will Come dearest and sit by my era move not The By Allah maiden of Now 1 locome Hit ur was as was me nut What mean you? Ity the beard rward Tbe knight swung bis What mean you? Hy beard ft bain but it truck wall in its the Prophet but you act your parl ljt ent and a it fell its iously Are you not mine 14 i I mark be was and thrown the No I oor made a stout resistance but Ah Now I see arl o was overcome by a force aud 1 But ns is only fit re long the two were bound a king so I needs haie and conveyed to from whence and find hoy had escaped my heart r of Tarik bright weapon aud weru forced down upon their I eats Allah that I am to do tbi thing I would rather ten and times sul you but it i no will of mine And do yon really mean that wa must die uttered Charles So the king hath And what have I What thing upon my bead tbat asked luat Mine question in Ibis very place but 1 hid uo for them said Pedro clasping together let me die und my ter O one death i enough to one wbo ha 110 returned tho jailor Ird I him it ami that thu T 1 r it 1 1 of HU lal 4 as tU tl I hck from l he 01 e my n willi capa U l ih r i 1 lli Kill I 01 111 itt fr 1.1 a in I o ew it her moment tbo the him She trembled no nor did her It i turon move but st iol calmly before Iter king her for stroke ol of up tbat weapon I some told tno yon came I enme by force and even then I in ll t it t t i i 1 a i n triot il Th U a paint deceived 1 wav if I would make sacrifice of my peace in your wife Charle of Leon lite arc ll tir i f ii i in ml only i i l I'm I i ut r of ni 1 f it have in tfi I nil i two t I f y tha in w n t m f i1 V Ah uttered tho liin frame shook with rage Ami Jo your run there I have Oj but it not with ble wf W reducing il Iu i r i prove this nij t An ul H n J r t an Then let murmured Charles I lAo at her uwn wLim lf Come Tarik if tht deid must be done let be baste it You will sir knight Yes Charles saw that would no longer him bat only make not shed all this blood myself 1 must kill minn own band but tbe poor shall nil by Ab I this truly iMt game Pro When the jailor reached office he called up two of bis They looking powerful fellows am those who knew them knew them for tb executioners You know the place where the tians are said Tarik returned one of tbe Then take your and go to dungeon Here is tbe king's order for their immediate death Do your work wull now and be about it for I would not have thorn suffer pain I have further me for when you bave I U M li uf fine to me at once late n ibe Deware king not a I j ou me I loathe ami I hive wiy j n dry between and death and by offer i to than Or Yolk lo cpl ble foil t 10 but with and yot that a ff bi band upon 8 of parchment that tpt to I i of evil i j you he said addressing an cer who stomi near him take this to the and deliver il to Tarik Therein I n not in but It f ml ID of tiki ami tlir M BM Hi t ol in et s f it but oi Hatful tt u irt to wash M west It to l western eily tmt with of hit i toit I ia t atver beard tit MI Mt at all fcu waea I asked bar If mt to tut I tut W pt he is lo put to instant death the two who are confined there Then bis other prisoner to follow He stopped and hand upon boaom A slight gruan him and then he resumed Tarik that be obey my Let Abdalla die upon the of the and let it all be dune too t interposed Ben j I exclaimed Mohammed By Allah if you another word you ton hull Men know who in king of if think to rula ma with Go Hah Bon bowed bead and with a low murmur ed away from royal was much pain in bu look and bo tram bUd violently M ba walked the door back mj faith there rebellion in the bumble follower had not so much of lion bravery in hi composition an had bit be had at least more and cunning and rather more of patience under difficulties uttered mister clear from bis now we are ready for visitors Suppose for tho of the thing wo raise this door Charles agreed to tie proposal and both of the men laid their hands to the task The ring to the slab was a largo one thorn was plenty of room for both of them to obtain a hold Slowly the heavy sumo slab was railed from ita plnou The Christians bent over the place but they started back They bad framed only into a which foilb a noisome And the Into the pit The executioners took down two heavy that hung against tbo wall and having taken a lump departed an their fearful The Christian prisoners were seated in their respective places and chains gathered about them Utter nm surrounded them but thought not nf sleep uttered Pedro I hoard So did returned Charles What a visit nl this time will find out if they eomo have stopped Ah there goes the bolt of the outer door utterod Charks with a quick breath Gather your heavy chain for ao Pedro By I if they've worse for him and with a look ba awaited the tbat to end bis life Let an both die urged Pedro That I can grant and would to en I could grant moru Charles of Leon bow your head and the shall a smooth one forgive me for my I ejaculated Charles and then folding bis bauds his breast be elowd and bowed it head What noise is that uttered Tarik 10 draw What bo Tarik Tarik eome one from without Tbe jailor and let all Tarik I Tarik I In a moment mare HuMm Ben all covered with dusi aud rallied uto the dungeon Is there blood spilt lie gasped gating wildly returned Tarik half stupefied Not a drop fell from the lips Ben and he sank into the arms of tbe jailor doot your embrace r Mr the art in- bold king with a for llin to change in lone and manner 1 beck lo JMI uctu father When I eat for I An rroni tin Mining will 2elira know not th intent of m he bu let point of her dagger j fall and on the instant sprang The forward and caught r arm almost overpowering malaria of decaying down with the door tered Charles Uy we shall die with the a murmured Pedro as he bis master replace the aaw such a one at Cordova and I human thrown into it ton Ban Dominie bnt a time of trial tbe come tu murder us they shall find our 01 made no answer to re- mark but upon lifted There was a the he had ran it passed a- wita a Ut rough hie frame but whan it way ware wi power and tke name of God trembled upon his XXII lives dear I am whispered Pedro 111 tee Low love of a ball bu lie i IM into th maiden face you J Ah nut La ilia liy lint the sine to a nd it li been the week fuel tbe mull of but ia t dul IT making of -A Man of per weak ability aud j Wt u our eye daily in the column lt tu enlarge nf and it i true I Wanted 1 Of 0 ttn por or 3000 loo per wanted market can never num per Ion would be they will always be called tu 000 which ground in nil fur never or no ale for 91 hO tun ur per an- for for umm on III s in the I nn by the working and the forest idle want of a young mai a pen is waiting produced In- to be nibbled a to be felled ilie line to be a U be founded a up rmr to ii in a lo tie j tint oar are talk about and great kta if to of Honest able They arr In men are the great 11 in thit world I In I a iii i nur man jou are wa anted but CHAP I tit THI Hill was iu the apart timl been prepared fur her She j nre Of them tht looked liku a in her dignity for her wo 0 mr soul liad become the home of ludy it be the pro that her tbe f Jn heavy lamp were burning m m l if it and all that but y bo not for a No nor a cj crv aply account of willi thrown cut it tor Tht and Cbi v aill lave tbe Be kad over the ia bu pae sure and look to clear In a moment more inner door of the dungeon WM opened and tbo rays of a tamp shone in upon the Charles two men and be MW too they were both armed guessed the mission upon which they had come What seek y here the knight as the man who bore the lamp Mt it down at the door You'd belief not uk any returned the of the Back till you tell wherefore you aro Charles springing to bia feat and over left shoulder Tbe did net bow tba frightening wa to aa end la year ing in birds fc j it ing iu their golden eages and a up ik apark ing water from p ta b a marble basin in tbe tbe room d daon Art and nature were nl in one j To tb L ov be ta aad fro at took aa bia inf of tbe link Ml apoo bit ear be eerier if fer It s prerogative 11 d loe tape and thread man dan an liet a good of pBM your the jewelry of lull on tl far tbu for toa in- Kvery be Mid not the of tho place nor didI aba i y imM that had for her Bin did her Don't yoang ber No l if This i no Thaw ara WM getting late Zebra sank upon the conch She bad Ska ata whan of tbo to Hamad entered ba tov ed aa aad saw herself in a dreamy WM by tbe doer of bar apartment bar feet and white laths are ef body ta ba Tan ana tkl U W U ia aMi te to UMf
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