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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1871, Cambridge, Ohio THE IIV tor. Public tlyuai t. CAMBRIDGE JEFFE t V SOpy lu 3O U pulu within th.'ymr...................... 1 t Uio ywur con xiv frobtttt M. Dougherty. uitur B. Unroiil. CforA C. Al. xamk'i A. lor. Will. A. Mlltuii Bnrnei. a il'-uiy ol SortLi auioui. WiJlijui Hiowu.ul Ciiijs- Jvuiithuu 14 ut MlUUlebouruu. Jtntin'.ei 1. SuHt. IhiviU of Mill- neriv.lif. JtHQriaurii W. U. ut MltMIe- JtilM.-uv.4or Hcneeav illu. 1. A. olUlittiu.uI Cambridge. VOL. CAMBRIDGE. JANUARY 1871. 34. ORDERS. .Yu. A jtf- On XuoiKluy ui'it nfttreuvli full Moon. W. li.l'. C. K. Sec y. Cumta-tonei .Vu. Cuini erlunU. JUIA.IS iluiuhiy evomutj on or txfuiveiMiu fu l n uou. O. '.V. H. P. j. Jt .4 Moots or 'JuwHlny vvuuiuii mil uuuli full MUUIJ. W M. scoi W. il. C. K. a- i. j r. 4 WusU- Ii lull i- A. V Mf. M. Mti. y. T. F. HVMTCR I 11 sir's OHIO. I nm picparnd glvo lossoni on tUo Plnno ui outiin. Furious willing to re- oolvi iintiin.Uuuonn npplynt my lustootice or by I. M. K. '-H O. Public Court Ilonits Ohio. Imilt In modorn ll teen enliirmnl unit vvr bueti nccoinniDilotlon. N. B. Pioprlotor. K i Maikoi mid FourHi Ohio. 8. B. wrliiu I. i full K it u'y. 1. Cum- iii4ou or W. M. I'liiti-i Jcrr. .V'i 1. t O -F- j Josn.1'11 A. 0. Sco .Yo. T. O. O. Carai orl.iuU. Mvuta i itunlay evu- nlnit. llu.w U. J. H. DAMKL TIME TABLK-n. A O. R. C. O. O. CJoIng West. _______ ND. S. No. 10. f. M. .01 i No. J. 1 r. M A. M. Millwood CainplwU's JO a 11 n 74I7 S 10 Oalng No. I. No. No. No. 7. r. M. f. N A. M. A. M. W9C. t1 'I with this Uotel U and coi nn ilioua -stivblu. JM. u iiui' In AOBNT 1 U AJIOMJ IBE ItKtt Mall .fc l.ltnn't Oi-itimii SllvcrSpoons. So. lv. .U Zuiioilouic. Ohio. S o. M UKtl'E. Cornpi- of Third mid Wliolo.ialc nnil Hut iilikulct I'liU munulauturernt XOM'MLMi OKAVh ASD M 1'lfcCW Ol- ASD I1ALIA.N 5IAIUILE. Coii'tiui iy ll voiloty oj moiiuiui.ni-. M ti blu unU Slate Ce- Liik mi tl oad Pliutur. JuU-ly THE GOBLIN OF THE Christmns at the North Pole. F. IKE Concoul. I 11 Wciv York. Xorlli Aincrl. of Plillo. Poliiif toi the ubove old rcliublo coi'iputili- l L. Agent. tfyPII-IU'1 tiolccts tumid fioni Iieltuul tin i utliunltoM lit Cliltolllcv. Al- limit-1 Niniu OTItK TO TKACHIirtS. Hill won __ S t 111 3 Munibi 1 uixl 10 wul mil Sim- C. A M. C. O. D oi-ess. A. R east J4. M..W Cu.ubi rl'U u. in U 1. v u lu i not 1 1 it I ft vl M p. In. 111. ill 1411O14 anil au Money yiilc'i Olilce Iiuuix fioni n ii p. in. C I M. Pmabytci 11. r. lilt O. t v. si A. Clii.lOH'1'OX Ouio. tiist uool WC9C ol uttcutDU given t. KW. at Ul.io. 1' In ittitiii-fipionipt. Oincuovur Btriy in Uui iii- will bu hold lu UAM- roii and ri.ird Saliuclays. t Olt 1'lilul Sutuiduy only. Thud unU 'ihtiU TlillU Sutuuhiy. l.u.Ull ui ntOi.il i flby till tt.ll bU lUllllilL-U 111 ull l.x.i nm u u- w U cu.nmcncc promptly A. M mil no iippliuiul will peumtU'U'j jn.ii i L i I iiuci it litit uiu- .t'.Hl.N H I H 1.-3 DOMESTIC WOOL MARKET. 111 1KOXT S'fREUT Ohio. XX.il attend to tlio vurl- oua brwai of nraaii'p tn the Courts nf tlili und .uliolnlniti oMitlet. Office iliJiuUo-.uI bunk bui.'liug. Attorney orney Ohio. 1 have returned the tbtH7 4 V- or law. mid II glvp iitt.-nilon to. tbe rourl- tlie io. Mteli On _ __ _ VV Attorney at Pnn 1 14 in the of iiuil uiljoiniii counties. All hus- Jnt-ss will prompt attention. W Attorney at And X'ltuij Mi Onto. Spe cial dtti-ntioii iiHbii to 'llo-tlnU mul con- vojnnclng. OIHcooppo SAC f n.t iu free of charge. uiruiiH'h'l wuii wool gioweis so- licit' d. I u in it CM Iti regard to the murltet nt nil lllnfi. pnld to handling farmers dlrei t. mli3-ly w. M. to McMuhou it -DEALK1I 13rugs and Main opposite the Poitoflli Ohio. I have .n nnd for sale naod- eiatn a largo of Pnmto. Stnt n. 1'ur.j.i oyo IMatler xv uii i cto. f 91. Attorney at And Notftry r Ohio. Will of ilunN and ccitlly ulO'lnvtts ttnd take du- Cinlm Ohio. to procure pen- buck md 'it tlio Uovor.iiiii'iiu iniidf utitiout uru not OJlltiO in buildlDK next to Kaluty's store. Motnry Convey- t.'io tukuiij ui 'lupOoHlons will vu utt'jution. and thlrtj liis servit I.IL.-I n tln-i Celobr.ueii P1IK M. f. Pbyclclmn nnd Onto. n.ti utlon glvun unit nil Of- flee ovor McAtulioii hcfittN iliug store. Briwa and Coppti nlKC. Ohio. wuruuud fi l. k nt t R. tj Jtwvler Dealer1 Wiitvlii r Musical In- Au.i u. five doors of puhll Av. Uutol. OUio. HVXTJEA i ____ Cabinet Mai And tn fine ami eoramon furnl- nrro. Oppose old V. hotel. FltejD. W JLOS American and Foreign manufacturer of B. blo. i xpfssly for mcdlclnnl purposes. Carefully At ull li th'j duy or nlglit. A.J J. HI DBALEU IX DRUGS AND MEDICINES Olilo. mnA n t trtVH Immptt ttlt. A .'ull itockof I'a-tont Medicines i .irintMl IIM PliyilrUim p i accurately com- riuin riiviiiiinlpuruiiii'dlclnes. _ ii hours -rtioir- open from ItJi n. m. to t p. ui. tuO p. in. HXOW C. H. BBO'S li the plnoo to buy Fire Porce- lain Bram Ket- topper Potato Boilers Ac. tviiifttt Of Job copper. and Irou Cnlland COatTARK OlH GOODS before you MTTwo doors went OJllo. A LEOtNn OP ISLAND IN TUB ARCTIC OKA THAT WAS ArtlliA Y AMD HAD JIEKM STOLEM. IV As she sprang fnxn the atop Pmil stuod c'lotic bcsule htrt hclorc ho could npotik slio. thrown hack he1' anil he .vast face to 1'ncc with the liulv who hnd ticatcrl him so coolly lu thu Gov einor's Paul invri Iy expit'ssed stirpiiie to sec her wruiid not he she sue- Paul in any placi1 was coming uinl going vury rapid I v with MijitMion and rapul nhcro ho might think of othui-8 Hum himself. mould surprise said quite ui.moved tell Lan 1 why .you meet me in this strange for I cannot sup pose this tu'-fcting is by she pluarl with yon for one whom joi.r noglecl hsis made is he inquired Paul. a village fifty miles from where he has como nith the brr.ve hope that by economy and toil lie may be able to fulfill IIH is to many IduLanson is and I am proud to own that he loves me now as faithfully as evi r can I reeonei'erl to him ah'o him his and free him from Ins piesent poverty.'1 no risj Is that I am in teifenng replied with ureal deliberation I share modi rate fortune with him is i bounty I liuvc I'diiL-iiu d and any part of tiic fa.milv which may oo to him is upon hib oliedii'iue to my wlnth ho liati disi I'iiaiili'd I tan not see it as J t'il'1 on unco efoi e il is i re 11 uili n y M-IINIi 11 of ci i in il cl Xi'hiiiiic I i li H III Li'owiiiu Halm li nd eil v in in-nii.-ilin ainliiiiiiii.'iiiil Miiir i-o'd imliffireiiie to even but whui pioniDles it An I lln- so liulil 111 umniujr Uu'io. rcallv. nf ht'iM an I I'l S'l of Jl'l'.ll h pp bf irau to iri lee iw- i i she is U'lhl .nan In Inn I upmi hei and s in a us Her h r lejimacli fill winds -s Luisuii uli i sn _ lu io -mil I most ui ueih it II il.i. ll'tlt IS tu pny fill whal and Vini idi'iii' c-un puy it nnue Inn washer de- fiant answer will I ie iioiinec he n hundred times your and wished it even a thousand tiuus more tliiin rlo Never until he tells me tli'it have nvide the liettrlless otJer lo and he has aweiJlt d would do it then cohl nnd ui uel I would. But he will for he loves me Poor though he may be I will love him while 1 live And with all her hopes quile and with the leeiing lint she could notspenk another word nithout completely breaking down beloie the man whom she hated and with she ulideil fiom brnoath Ins cold and hastened down the path. Paul watched her until she had passed out ol when bedimed the letlge of rocks and went his schooled in hardness and indifference though he lie could not keep these words Lin Lanscn's from running through his nnd and he seemed to hear them muttered in cnr He would have said ttny whore that it was the Gairliakeu speukmg to but when he look- ed about he saw nobody ''Why this is he place is surely or that Galdraken is n witcu Then he Inughed to think he nnd even for a moment enter- tained the thought Afterward he fell to thinking about his plans meeting alteis lliem. Ida no doubt bus toM Miss Vardsen what she was yet n and could nol therefore keep a secret from n frier d she loved Why she had gone to meet Paul i what slip said to why she had been cold to him when sbt Drsvmet him all came out. Poor Annie What was she lo think of all this story that her friend was telling if her heart owned to Self tlmt it hud been it wns not deep pel to make a wound She lunched ut Ida's earnestness Then they were summoned down to and the Governor and Miss Vtird- sen heard just what was necessary they should know of Paul's 'illairs They hud a je-u at Annie Vaieseii's tor they one nnd all de clared that Annie's henri was a little temlot louanlsthp li'indsoine stranger IF Annie did not own lo it with her tongue R e in- dignantly denied that she caied for i.im at all yet she blushed suspi But wis while She in tbe valley seeking thinking ill ii ho and Paul had gone be and were ahead of her She was going to spe ik to Paul very plainly about taking her lover off on such hazardous little dreaming that two other gills were turning this self willed Paul first one way. then the undoing his plans for him. Not finding In much alar- med for she thought of the and hurried to her for help v. The Galdraken lived some dis- tance up the very near the glacier which Paul and Call weie preparing to climb Fiona tins as we have seen there comes a river tearing down jagged rocks in grand and leaping from ledge to forms at last a noble The lock about the fall is cut in all diicc ttons by deep and gloomy through winch the witer lushes Theie many islinls. On ono of thcbc Hie Galdinkeu had her le-idcncG Few people ever came to disturb her there in that wild haunt Whnt- er the Galdiakeii mialit bj or miiiht not the were jeuerilh coi'lent to leii'iC her u nil to her owi il Tliev cane ilnre only to ndm e nl or to be uncd of some d'-e ise. brnming picseilts ot which tliey I Ii upon the threshold B In lii r prophetic and the most ous pe .pie of tlie vill weie not e asking aid of her some s inple rermdies by wliieh she t med i he and she i mild set M Inoki'ii bout' as wull as Mti'ui'ou in the ivurld. ulio was human 1'lit' liui in wliicll she lued quiii Il was divided into uiysU i c'li.iuiiiei vhu-li no one wisoxt'i 10 ha1 e seen tlie inside ol. and according to the populir were peopled with supernatural beings Theie was nn oii'cr chombei. which might be called a thai projected tVorn Hie mnin body of the and into tlrs xisitois were bill this one exei and bold would liuve been the man xvho ex en d the piivileuc Tlie walls of this Miiuular seiined to lime been designed iy natuie for the purpose The sp ICG was quite ex- cept in trout It xviis thought by some that huir.nn luinil had nevci touched but that unseen flngei.s had roofed it in and covered it with in xvlnch the willow bushes grew sis in the v illcx every- where But for the no one would have known that a there The Islind was leached by a cunningly-devised draw-br i d g heuiif made access quite since the chasm which it spanned vx-as quite a hundred feet in depth an.d ten or txvelve wide A lash man might attempt to jump acioss hut the rocks were so rugged that lie would be very likelv to lose his and be hurled doxvn into thetonent which. at nil rushing through the cleft for the island was in fact faitly en circled by the although the greaer body of the water was on tne opposite sido from the clelt drain's tvill Meanwhile this in- per-mituial ns Tabita for- believed her to called fo the S '111 its of th. air in a measni ed without detay.there C'ime an answer as if fiom the very full-Lself. J I CONCLCDCD NKXT WEI-K J TRESSILLIAN talknrmiwir. TBtE SON. BY MRS. HAHUIET ABTHOij DOHBLE Tff SUNDEUED I.ADV A '.Itl-H Ar CIJAPTFR I. JL OATASTHOPHE. A nas upon the near the a' and sk'y nnd waters were black xvith the uliipm of thosulden and furi- ous before ixhieh a small was sending under baie pjlcs. Her build and rigging pioclv ined hei Siirdiutan. Slie was The CapUim Vnrino ou iium Ciigliuri to Palei'- mo j She sad on board two Thcso were English- had-procured passage on The GMl to wITonee tliey mtendid to by steamer' to the following day. White the Captain and his assist- ants to their and apprehensions to the two Englishmen p leaning agaiiwt'thetoxv and surveyed the wild und them. 5 men were both ap- their stood buhvai scene a of the Same about three iijid hut 'evidently ljeei1 awai' for fivo and he has they not of the sumu station in I but just recalled life Young TreSsillian'a cheeks fltish- Onc.Hie more sti iking of the as Lowder saw in the lurid glow was aiifciocrntic iu his bearing momentarily lighted up the less the anxieties of the wre'vched old life. You picked me up at a poor adventurer seeking to gain a living by teaching and the same destiny iu open to rne Tressillian turned his handsome face upon his companion in sur- pi ise and affectionate reproach he Ik strangely. Do you suppose I have called vou friend and brother so and loved you so to lose you I meant to haxe written to my Mhor concerning your but his sudden received causes me to return home without writing. I shall telegraph from Marseilles that you will come home with me. And you xvill you You will not abandon my I xvill charge myself with your lu tnre. I will see that you obtain the position to which your talents en- title you. You have no ties to keep you on the A strange expression passed over Jasper Loxvaer's I no he said huskily. you will ga home with me will your father any to my demanded Lowdcr will think your generosity Quixot- ic He will dismiss from his house the hired companion who dared to resemble his A sudden lurch of the little vessel a wave over the in- terrupted ii.e sentence wrong my said bib blue eyes when the vessel had righted. is the noblest man in the world He will wetcojne my friends as his own. You will love as I when you know him doesn't seem very affection remarked Lowder have o vya Guv HIP only UIK lu'.r '.I Sir Authur Tiessil slcndernnd smiling a pair of fearless blue set under a wide and mas- sive nnd tawny hair blow- ing bank from ins face generois and kind be had an disposition and dauntlflfs courage Me- son uiicl lu-.r i.l Sir Authur Tiessif B of Tressillunu Eiiglaujl His vompanion piesenterl a re markiihie resemblance lo being also tajLauiL slender and with liwnv'liairnnd out he liad nut the frank ihe tettrle-n 01 the joyous it III it chai aotei Youi g ub he was. he h si-en muc i of the dark sale ol and his es- hud licen such as to de velop in him soineol the wot si qual- i lies ul his He n is LoxviK-i Tres silliau b lined n.neiinu- compaiiiou ami iiosnin ti I'Mil The meeiiiij and uonueetion of the two li id a touch ot lomicce Ticssillian li id spent lour yeais in a Gum in 4 hid giaduated wit'i hon- or On k'lxinufthc in obedience with iiia lather's written he hud umli i taken tour ql Ihe connines inclosing the j Mciliti'iianCiiii in comi'imy l wnh one ot late ti.tois This I J to irenllen.an being unexpectedly pro- llotles of an'' scene. or can gupss.thf rea- he xvith some- thing of an effort. father has a the daughter of an old fi iand Ah hear that wind The gale is assented Lowdcr. the ward is Miss golden- haired Blanche of whom you have talked so and xvii'l. whom you have exchanged My father foirned a pro- ject to Imve menviny Blanche He did not wish us .rrow up togeth- lest we should le.itrr tn regaid each othei as brother and sisler. When Bhnclie came to live at the couit mv father sent me to Ger- m-in v The nioht beloie I left home. he called me into 'us library and I me all Ins dopes and pi-ins for my and entreated me to con linue xvorlhy ol Ins iiinoct nt and to keep my heir pure for her. I liave done Jasper I have nevur loved mix womin And yesleiday I reeeued mv father's summons to come h He has rtudled me after years of ab- sence I the that lies nearest his lieait. He wants nje to re-urn and marry lil.inche I shii ik from ihe pnposed m I diead iiomg home I dread o1 fending mv dear tx-hbm I love better than any wonrin. It is alioiuloiied compan spanned liy thb bridge Tabita reached the calling to the asked if she might pass the bridge. There wis no but the bridge was raised by an unseen and Tabita stepped upon how- n follow I nm nnd row tl-nidii v whitavpiy diincp I would have' been lini' I ictiirnod upon nrri ving at which conclusion he b-isteiicil on to find the Lively this time resolved to climb iii tended. Ida soiiii readied tlio Governor's uith her a lit- PRIDE OF THE Ohio. When she passed the bridge was but tnis did no disturb her pupose Reaching the door the hut she knelt before and tapping will thcLinmarlcs as he you admit A voice as if from tUo remotest pai't of the chamber spirits will tell what the dark- lie bin still a flush'of an- haired maiden seeks The GuliIra- was ou her niuf a flisli ken'will consult them. was in In r us she beside j acting upon this gracious the window in Auuio Vaidsen's pei found hciself in a small very beayiilul. dark where the light of wan n thorough Daufsh heaven never came. There was u Danish in her golden her smouldering fire upon the lijtht hi IIP and fair complex which threw a ghastly light jut.i Danisli in her fresh the but there was no window we liavft at nor was there any fnniture A pro- Danish her sense of hoii Jfctinir angle of the wall supplied or and her love of tint h and C n- her with a and there in the RI. i liroken only by the of But iff lie perfect Diaivh falling ehe awaited uioti'd to Tiessiilt.in at l to rind aiiollicr On Hie oning of the very day rftor tins as Guy Tref wai iiiiiiiicnng tlttoiigli thp ot li.uie ho had been as sanlto 1 liv io ol Ins own country ill moiooi loss Ii was appai c'H that took Inm 'or .ind iiiteudud to wreak veiig-.ir.cu upon him Without al lotting nn to then forced him to dclond himself Guy was getting vvoi'-t of tlie when a'-tiaugei' c-arae to his and in a low mo- ments IIVD had put the rnflimis to fliglit stranger who curao so op- poitvneiy to assistance wns Lovvder His lesembLiuce lo young 1'icssilliaii awakened in thy latU-r a toinntic interest Ho questioned learned that he was uoor and iiloue in the and took him with him to his hotel Believing that the Mtnil tntj of fea- tures indicated a similarity of tastes be engaged Lowderas his uompanion. unit tlie past year they bail spent more like brothel s than employer and emplojed. storm is a regular Levan- said clinging to the bill works yon think the cr.it't will stand ansiVii'ied young Tres- wiping the salt spray from his fjfc. Captain knows Sicilllan coast perfectly. In two hours or we shall bo in the bay of Palermo In three hours we shall be domiciled in the best rooms of the hotel witli the I test supppi iMesser Bagusa can fiirniih And at he sbtill embftrk for Mnrsejillea in a Messageries Bieaiu- er. from Marseilles you. proceed to England und saul wittH bitterness is to become of 'i I liad a of unatloVed tiie erous whose lovefoi me causes him to urge on this mar- riage said Lowder and with a strange smile lull of anoer- ing bitter D ess experience has been widely diffeicnt from TrcsMllian Did I ever tell you of my fuller 1 took it for gianted that he is he is T don't said L with a laiisjh if he is lie is a seoun clrel. Don't stai Tressilli.m.'at my imlilial speech Wait till you hear my story. I nm in a desppnte mood to-night This storm stirs upa'ltho within me As nearly as I can my father was the younger son of a piouJ old couutiy do i.ot added pressing his compan ion's hand. have no proofs of it All I positively know is this My moth er was humble with blue eves and an apple bios som and appealing ways She was tbe daughter of a wi residing at Brighton 'Hie my kept a lodging dashing young c-une to lodge with her. As rnrghl have been he teH in love with his landlady's daughter. He olffer- ed the .young girl on con- dition that tlie union''shoutH be kept secret until Ins- affairs bright- otied up and he cho-e m divulge it The young girl loved him. Her mother was ambitious and penuri- ous. Tue'result was tbe lover had his and uiarrle'l tbe ot the landlady almost se- cret I y. Then he took his biide to to lod a year I was born Tne wind for a moment drowned his Voice. As it presently IIB resumed and with pas- sionate years my mother aWl 1 liv- ed iif those obscure lodgings UittHMier had ebe had grown thia voua. at ted once or twice a week hut he never brought any of his family to cnll upon us. I doubt if his aristocratic relatives even- mis pected the esiste ice of tbe faded wife and son of whom he was se cretly ashamed. I have good rea- sons to suspect that he had fine lodg'ngs at the West where he was supposed to be a and that he went into fashionablesocie- while my poor mother I lived obscurely He was a profli gate and a but bad an air of fashion that w.-ikened my boyish ad- and aroused ray mother's affectionate pride in him She was always pleading tv be introduced to lo his nnd have her son publicly acknowledged. But my father always put her saying that he wag not yet ready. Worn out and my mother died wlum I years old Again the wind shrieked agnin the little vessel the sea sweeping the deck Tbe captain screamed his orders to his and for a-few minutes disorder reigned. nasty bit of weather said Lowder. a bad but I've seen as re- turned Tressillian. shall make port all never fear We mtist be well on toward tbe Cape di Gal lo. And it ia only seven miles from Ct'pe to Palermo.'' i he seven miles in this storm are worse than seventy in good weather. These coasts are danger- Lowder shuddered as be surveyed sea ami sky. '.But about your snid who had become deeply interested in his compan ion's story. did be do after A'our mothers death remained at the old with our single old servant a month or my father visiting mesev eral and expressing anxiety as to what he should do me. A week alter my mother's he told me that his brother WAS dead A mo.ak his father-was killed by being thrown from bis borae My father came into riches and honor by il.Pse deaths. At deciding to rid himself of me. he took me down to to my old grandmother. Her sons were she had given up keeping and was grown miserly. HJ promised her five hundred pounds a year to keep and to keep also the secret ot my solemnly promising some day to acknowledge me a9Jus son atndJieir The Id woman agreed to carry out Ins wishes. She would have done anything for money. I never saw uiy father again. I went to grew ttiid at the age of twenty- one cauie into my grandmother s fruits of years of she at that time My fattier hud tieli abivnJoned me J nut know where to seek if I bud wished i took my money and came abr I had been txvo yeais on tlie and liad spciiL my little toitune when I met ou. The rest you odd loinaiitic But why did y mr father a ban Ion you lie might be freed of en- cumbrance to make a grand mar- tiuge Fiom what ray grand- said at different I conclude that 1113 father was in love with a tilled lady before my mothers death No doubt lie inairied llns lady. If lie tins 1 s sou may be his acknowledged heir Alv father has utterly dis owned Hie sou of his ill- starred man tage I h.ive a faiicx that I shall meet hint some and Jaspei's brow trktned deeper iilat-kness. I stand no chance of ever receiving justice al his ha.ids is your father's name. asked i'ressdian Lowder's luce daikeued. He bit his lip savagely. I have told you about myself I learne i from my own ob or from chance words of my paients and grandmother My maiden rtamexras Jeanetie Lovvoier. At ourLondon I. my father bore the name of Lowder I don't know ins teal bin I should know his face although i luve not seen imn in thirteen years. Aly mother was actually iu but I never heard my father's name Ti.v clergyman who my mot er wus tlie witness also When my grandmother xvas dying she tried t'o tell me the story Sire bad It off lOO loilg. All I Ci'llld undei'dliiud of her mumblings was the name ot Devcreux I shall never forget that Probubiy tlrat xvas my 1'atht.r's oxvn rightful name. But as I should never tiud film if 1 sottghtn and as he would le'pulse me if 1 diJ find I stand chance of inheriting his property. U may Ira lie may have other sons who have succeeded him. It is all 3 but prominent t.rutu is that 1 am an disowned leaued pvar the ppray dashing over his'face violeut- TreMiliunfc heart' lo i l .'i friend tie wid 'Musf j say again yon are not friendless while I live. My father influence enough to obtain tor you. 'a government appointment ftome day. But if U you are THE hinds of Printing no and ar moacMte and nee One or _.._.m Per each week resolute enough to make own happiness.1' He Lowdor's and looked with warm full of into Loader's lowering face. There bad been a temporary iulf in the storm. But as the two irtood the temnest revived swept over the wild sea In maddened There was no time for now The wind was so htgh V.iat words would scarcely been distinguished. The that gone before been but plmy ttr this awful outburst. The dt ove creaking nnd mere cockle snell on tbe of wailed die captain. all up with as eig- tic-res I can't make oat tbe CCpv in this darkness. WeshsH go OB the rocks. St. Anthony save The seamen echoed his The two young Engiiabmen.jtBOV-' prehenriinjz their cbsped bands fa slleaee. For the nest- few If seemed that a. reigned.' Thea a noise like the report einnon suddenly boomed throttgh the storm and darkness. The vessel careened upon ber e She had struck upon a rock. A moment later crew and were in Mter A few moments ttd -of vam stntggles and involuntary and then Jasper Lowder felt bis slrp from and became sconcious. When came btmssff. he lying upon a rocky beach of-tbe 31' cillian aBd weak as a child. He opened bis wind hteT ipent ha and now inoaneif along tbe coast with a desolsMt spairing wail. Tbe fiamt against tbe Lnwder struggle to be am cast ishore. while tbe others- are drowned Oh. this is I have lost my best friend to' He moaned and wrong hands. -r is who would done ao much for me. and I aor worthless All my' hopes of an easy and tuxnrioM life mnst be resigned At that moment he beheld dark object at tittle distance in object against the projecting of a sunken rock At tber same instant Lowder recognized it the body of a man. He crept it. tntf waters I as tied the Itody on abolv his feet He put bis hands on l he face. How cold and wet it was It felt like the iace of dead man Lowder's in contact with the silken moustache. he knew that body was that of Guy Trewilian I Of tlie live who stood on tilt op's deck a half hour these two alone were feft. The cnptaiu nnd his crew had found their deaths among the yawning waters. Lowder tlin.st Lis hand Utrder the waistcoat of his bat be could not perceive the benting of h is heart. Despair took possession of him be snid shrilly. And he would have' done so tor me it he. had And bis f-ther and the young girl he to have married will wait in Tain tor his His 'place rrcssili-tn Court is empty. .Who can 611 it It seemed to him that aonic detnoit at his side echoed ito Who cuilltl fit vacant by A th'Migbt came thought strange- And sinister thai IIP shivered -involuntary. AiT-iin In felt of Tressilian'a heart. It gave no throb against bis band. He parsed his over ian's head and disco-vered a gaping wound in the skull The hair clotted wiih blood. Patting his hand intn bis brMMt hfs little water-proof match He opened it will' trcmblinjr fingers anri Stnscfc a liiht The flicker danced oft Tiet-silian's fai-p. How ghistly and terrible it looked The eyes were the smile was gone. The seal of ie-ith eeeiiied set on noble Loader extmined tbe troood. had been made by contact witb the sharp anrl eveo Lowder rei'ived its terrible character. be in oojt be soon will he mi tiered brain received an awful injury never who be la won't live till Mil perbapis dead BUi Je Agnin to some demon echoed The kto lifers into tftp water. while he crouclKvl on the ii batt'.ing it may wltb tbe aubler irwUntto of his At with abropt hbt tbe breast pofeket of drew out his private ctretof a few Re these amonfj ttft awn wet garmenU. Their FWSPAPFRI iF'WSPAPFR
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