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Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - February 2, 1854, Mineral Point, Wisconsin W ail BY BLISS CHANEY POINT T J FEBRUARY t 1864 VOL II One 11 IrM t tub n Si tO tv cr by the a says Dwt through a evn from tank It I of Tun tint a harp cf Round bom Awl O my up uling In iti own a Uing pure and holy Thro a lowly To mj TUuM in full a hirer 1 And with purer In her hatt averted lost my One A W Ttt ICTI ia My horror IM the JU tkM Aj tafira IW door THE Til Hill A TAUI arts JR To WOMB at Bp the gawd and Stop at obtain from Tarik a of and for Botth sot Off BOW tMt a man on your withdrew w til opm a who stood of BMW Urn Who Is bare found bin We good U aad we ask wi Think not for Allah I am a We knew retu In they apeak of i good Mlm hi And MW tnd OM And MM IM bound Oli I Ot Ii to ill Then now that you yon can Tedro for even r M upon whom virtue roits the while a fash of gratification lit up hit features truth do And lull ewi till duk C how In by lin A forever On Of that brightly flowing From flowing of lift n growing ni n I nml I t t of tow Hill dollar Main lo family u dog laid lo cat hi ef dinner are banking in Illi of which in the of tor How t nn lint you try it natural for to it knocked down with that by Mt of night Indy ii in of old on t they re hft fv Anh so M I Join laund to won own wbo on tht bnt with Not fast my returned Emina moving a step towards king 1 have more to bag of that wilt have compassion on mo Mohammed them wilt Bot take to thy to of own and to Answer me Mohammed I know a nil that you will try to him Of you do as you but 0 let me warn you not to move farther in your Ben daughter I would yon threaten V Mo my lord Only would I warn thee danger you MO Give this Zebra all shall wall with you Get thee gone I Away it shall not be wall with 0 Mohammed I thee Out I I Mot until you have answered Zebra shall be as 1 have and tbat too ere two suns have rolled over Then tbe worst be in The king was maddened and springing quickly forward be struck Emma upon Then I now gat thee Emina started bock she received the blow and she turned as pale w tbe ble that was about her She did not speak but with a step was as firm M iron sbe turned from the king's 11 murmured Moham mod and woman's form had disappeared bt own Ho did not was fool! CHAPTER XVII bit af M he sipped tbe warty like bad whn bat do wltboBt it I Moor walked w window and looked out pwjrtxt a with Ibe and then IM turned with to appear as though a sadden thought had him now f tbat some time since 1 away in juice which I It vet I will get It be proper for with a tbat if Pedro at w T t in n u O M toM WM P M On will iand Ml arr no upon clock of ii upon iti ditl very bows of will by by ii huppy with whow feu Ml and M he b7 force of public opinion to obey aed of It Mr ia lot awl three more in loit lime te mm and by ii plough than otM at In no an in of to My that M it wx thing upon you can aod comfortably your hot wry loud bow ly titat te I What wUI it te it b r Ii t IMI that we are eftan foi and el an t upon it V te you that b the nnw draw far bin will you WWa A wry will net bem My hut will bow rua ue a thing of c was nearly daylight and his esquire readied tbe small hill where the former bad captured by Moors east was already with glowing red and tbe stars beginning to fade from hight They reached tbe small wood at the foot of tbe and hen they stopped Now throw off your wig and beard and oast away that eaid Pedro for should those oome after wbo would trace our steps such marks would surely betray us I had thought of O if I only Lad my good Never daggers and may Ind swords on road so but come first said at he threw off his robe We may And them at That is not over a league from here and there we will obtain and net And even then we No must not meke a stop of any length this side of Saint Loreno age my will obtain at and are tab of Leon hid tbe disguise taken off and appearance BOW a punting to His was naif way between Ohrktian and the Moor while his which still retained the skillfully applied paint that Pedro had put oa looked Moorish enough though tbs daylight stronger removed of tbe so that face might be in keeping with tbe mt of the man At may lod a little said Pedro as again will By my faith both returned But I am not to faint yet but tbat I ean keep tbe road should then be danger with Pedro and I that we an Mt yet of it I fuar no danger By I an Mt witb from the Moor drew bow old V uttered t into his mait Pedro beneath forgot lie U said him may plainly not tho Moor easily d You for we here Tbe lord and Ch tie left to ery she migh fervent and with an almos large dark fanoy tbe loan with less of have the backyard At they bind and witb to An oar ready V asked Charles to at I will your rill to for tbe laid rAb I How so uttered Charles tbe wbo au 1 and armed with a da to allow ne one to pass That order matt hare been meant for some who escaped and not far Let our horses good Setim for In much No tbe Tbe an frem king and they an imperative will arrive en long from and if an Sad you What I to do with your fat tk I landlord A moment Charles of Leon gated a Lou I him None of those present were armed bim a long heavy oaken club which to have Men used for beating grain Charles wind it and then turned to bis lead out I horse yon can Dnd and he who molest yuu on spot Pedro knew matter too well to and he moved the stall Shall I take one for you t be I will look out fur He quick about it If you attempt to resist the king's tbe worst be your uttered tbe messenger at tho drawing bis 1 have studied the cost and shall abide by my returned of bis heavy witb a firmer or found In of a good bone but it evident ere long tint the beast bed Uen ridden of late for be labored lird in trav el burn tbat Pedro taken of the beet quality tmt probably tde best one tbat could have been obtained ef Selim iao Dominio my altered to isu only te lad off than rnr Hail t tut i For eae year IDT Leaded before 11 each The heart it fringe teting The cud of enter tEere meke the work of jeert aad while I tbe tin deity of the end rule of witb that woold teem in eren wiled la a end lurn their upon to Now under in the of would not f- r a moment of trail or hope in Abdilla fur heft dro be the whip to the the by bie tb well we been the Moor tmd no power to eld near eur Leele mud ICM one elte but yet we we likely to j be te deliv returned tbe ler and to feet would give to ko tt with the our teid tbe The molted If not until open and upon beek may yet be safe for tbat meMenger to of gained by taking lu from El Ajo end him we have cut tbe woods Tlieir were almost of There ft I think signal Jeen but han no trouble my wti but If U tlie we look for trouble Jago lir we mwt bare better We must make the moit of f JT ibo precent Don't spare Ibe I'll not spare it but my bone don't notice it He's used t j it I bad now ei s and si MW tbat i ef with knew at W then well p It Lard Uit 1 ii U douc If we taile of tbe Moon and that would be Ly no Juat the traced tU for tbe lo Hop aud of i lie call wae obeyed It was wbo led the of country that had fuw end and recognised bim at part in the lour For sake let be no bloodshed bure tbo landlord wbo trembled from bead to loot Ho I alt of you I call you in tbe name to assist the messenger Back from that horse 1 back I say or you shall rue The last sentence to dro but he noticed it not Uu had ed a horse from the low stall and bad en down a light saddle and thrown the back band wet upon a that hung near when tbe and he threw it at over tho Back yourself I an Uo railed tho club above hit head go from Ibis place at our i wn wilt sud won be lo yuu if yuu interfere Now by the Prophet you have gone far enough You dare not t royal ccr in the discharge of his duty Leave hone A curl of derision broke about tbe of the Christian knight Mark lie said I but protect self To do that I have often dared can dare it oguin Fur sake urged IB poor publican Come ou and aid tho or turning to tlie behind Kim ome of whom hail themselves with ubs and teemed read lo how light there no tiling from I a who bad part in the the beaten road To it i at wU Ud dent that a long race would be of should be be now and be lu kin by tow imr Art of tip returned Pedro no turnout till we tbe tbat several ahead it will In- near aoon before we can it at ail events i Near two hours bad since tUc two left At the fool of a lung hill allowed to come into s walk and they made their way up At tbu top they irely turned gaxe and could tee the little they bad cosily in its quiet vale but mult of tbe belwe them and the village from tight by devious way through the id I bear no mid they way in and might meet tbe trust would bang only bowed the when in fair combat knight's thoughts were thus beard a galloping up to tbe door of tbe ten want to the window in hopes that it might be Pe dro wbo bed returned but he disappointed for tip MW comer was only a Moorish traveller Shortly Pedro lie looted fluttered aud uneasy Can yoB obtain f asked Charles I have found that will answer but they may do us no good after Ah Are they No returned Pedro easting a hurried about him We an detected repeated with sad alarm Not here but we shall be Yon beard that horse gallop up a moment ago He has come from tbe height of Bl Ajo made from lira within bis and no Tg nld notwork their y 1 al with Tet Whal U ef A rmg I to words ef Hats ft no and in tod it ef inly ily tbt ike kuthand and to him tt nada for tbe of all traveller of we shall aot allowed to OMJ think from JMB asked if there wen any ban and lim told bim of BS And did say stop in V t to this Usl look rested upon bis ho gawd into bis master The tan WM wall up whoa Tbe was but a small situated in a quiet and There was a small iar from the road thither tbe beat their steps keeper ef was a lank Moor bat yet IB be M air and a Mall the aad tag t ike flow t than half tb landlord you seen They an IB bowe things as thorn will be by will r way the small number tofc toad kbe to ad ball reft throng stopped to we are tafo yet so 1 on Hark Was that a bird ir the thump- ing of I laid Pedro It 1 Charles at the fa in o i ir way hu bad omo 1 licard a noise wait to If it evil fur ui we it There it ii i uu hear it Pedro V Dominic I it lop nf a tdn More llian one ai ha drew rein un it upon the of For toino there i name of thu king I lad you in tho 1 and in Ibe name of rode hard yel k -t od I bid you stand shouted at 1 -J over jou harlet of Leon stringing weapon bii head Ha I you are a Christian V Yes Then you are the very The messenger's sentence was not con- for an spoke he moved Pedro and one blow from the lub brought bim to the ground who bad collected around no interest in present nd they shrank back from the pretence f tbe Christian None oared to come miles had bum gained from the iho ran lull tie tramp i wat plainly heard and at 1 from a point commanded Ibe rued fur a luck caught a of uu are 1 liave Now nf in I I Aud in I refuse I lien ert a brave knight aud I yield to but not lo You sec I you tlm and I have had t hopes of you returned Ben with a it it jou yield lo we of will with mu to da without If such be your said And bow it with your I late orders for tuo fur be it louc into your i iri tin re m J I mill Ji it I will now mid me tvi the I Jn at ly nir Bon will t atk me LJ not frur to mr all jou know f I nut fear In it fu no I Ling In fut tun to uf jou liave Ibe truth V The Chriiilitn tnJ a cold thud Lul i I he iM tblt the some coming bim at full o are loit said Pedro si kit eye caught the we lake ia the remarked Charles Wo cannot gn in with hod de that hr n AbUi Ho than a would be was dropped and moru WM till tlie arrived at Hero tbe al tbe duor of tbo inn wiU a about head came Po But yon sir Charlet The Moor's horse will do fur ma Allah defend ejaculated of bis hands in agony 0 the blame me gentlemen Christians do let me entreat you to slop fou must not go The king Peace broke in Charles as dnw a small bosom Hen's pld enough to pay for thy horse and for thy good wine No bad no wine good Thy then Hen take the purse and tell whan be his mob a fortune should ever long his bom shall set upon road witb turned By Allah I cried one of that's tbe very Christian tbat bea of Granada in upon feet again u from told him te taken at all e ents though I think the chances are Then good Ab that tope terribly and BM of Then opens tbe but a mast on far and trust hi lie moved to bie Mat to cannot Ball with an estr paia ia bw and bis galloped on bat knew tbe were reel the r I beast for of unwonted rested upon was said on war for once 1 am to and more m mttr k Pedro pow bias Yet If we sre Uken shall most sunnily pat to death die of Leon BO Mr en moments What think you my Pedro hu lo end It Uea AbUt witb bim it in power to aid him lym path iced wilk knew Lim to be a knight aad be 1 bad the It nabbed Grated aod wen at down tb of ib lists or eve a shield 11 to ibe A of Jo a B Tarik saw you hit a dagger 11 ow I own it appears U ma made oar trial Pedro aad I few 1 will if you BO food aad do barm If JOB are willing to carried back to I m with must carried Then 1C of Uff all ktm Hb of Jfe who bad moved forward if to offer some further eUb shrank baok again Christian looked in his wrath around eoaU not nil to read a death warnst IB countenance far the Int who him bad mounted IM had and ant iato yand to tlM of fallen d kod of The bat bad by ibe ina door and with a of to and drew by in an is aBd inmd Selim tit an the U tbe for Urn WM eared then WM Maw i They wee M bt Ue should IK ht of v at tbe de ware fo variety of Ml it tW Mff of at of your at und to werk will as of be My
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