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Bloomington Progress (Newspaper) - March 20, 1889, Bloomington, Indiana
I valuable advert circulates among the Best Ftp Monroe county $ and is read by every Hub Jjo family a Tersi la him oar of a Republican paper devoted to the advancement w the local interests of Monroe a. D. 183a. Bloomington Indiana wednesday March 20, 1889. New . , 4, her Little White head an Thuc Iowen Flat bed an added Boyaty of ref. Their Plone on her heaving breast. A a to you a the Gwen. In All hour a to Ira it to the woman Yoo would be willing to fall with this Loli Piluru pmed and vanished behind the cafe Rains near which they had been a tending. The grand. Sake made mail he would follow her Bat changing Hia mind habit his Tawny run Kobe and mingled with the throng of a urging with a Light Quick Eft Eola Pulan i West to the room in which for a few hours each Day she taught the Royal pupils singing and dancing. She eras qualified to teach them in addition the leading european language Bat other Tene Hete were employed Lor that Pun Mae. A spotting on a. For cloak. And a Hood Ahe went Down to the gnat aware or court of the Palace whores thousand where the Royal sentinels muffled to the earn for the night a Eold walked guard at their posts a a matter of form for sorely no harm Orold come to the Royal master of tie Palace. Beewi Magly unobserved by the throng a4 men Lola wan about to make her Way to the Street when Ahe Felt on her aim n tight restraining hand and quickly Ahe naw beside her a tall Man the insignia on whole Collar and for helmet bespoke him a Prince of the Royal Hotine and a general of cavalry. A a Ponce Paul in gasped Lola a she took Dop atthe handsome Zatelle offal face a stat Tot Lola a a said the Young Soldier with n Light laugh my soldiers Call me general Paul Why should or Friend give me a higher name Yon were going to walk Home through the 1 am going Home Quot Ahe interrupted a Aye Quot said general Paul with the manner of e Man accustomed to Iacoe commands and to Hare them obeyed. A so you Era new tear s Ere of All Righta in the year is the worst for a woman to travel the streets of St. Petersburg without an escort. Ill Call my Sleigh a who no Ybur highness p a if you would i thar walk Well and Good. Hen take nay Arm. What a Jam refuse the i shall Call a sergeant and a Damn guards to see that you teach Home in with military promptness general Paul turned and would have issued his order in in other moment had not lol. Token pm Arm and said a you Oan escort me Homo. A nah 1 thought so yet Lola i would rather Lam another charge of tha guards at Plevna than try to direct a Urain in the name of All the Minnii in the greek Calendar Why Oano to you be Renao Laue a the general asked the question be Drew her my Doner within his Sod suiting Hia Keg strides to her Shorter Steps be went an by her Side. A Bee mme Quot said Lola a twp take after our fathers therefore rearm is not to be expected from my by Saint Petai the retort s def re de but though not expected i a told have looked for it from one of your sex who has so Annh Indue Nee Over spoil seekers g Palace the lights from whose thousand biasing windows made an Aurora in the sky above its glittering roof. Chapter in a Lola Rutan a son. Tha House in which Lola Pulaski lived was an Ordinary old fashioned Attu onre in a dark narrow Street away from the Groat thoroughfares of business and fashion. A sturdy Middle aged woman dressed with the apron Aud Cap Ploub car to the russian domestics closed the door behind Lola and arid a you Are late Thia evening my a i told Yon i should be late Leesa a a replied Lola As nhe entered a Beer Micsa room opening into the Hall and turned up tha Dull lamp without making it Burn much brighter. The servant helped her mistress off with her Toloah and Hood and at aha did so Ahe said in Low cautious a the student were Here not Twenty minutes ago. A and they Aid they would fall soon again a said Lola As if she knew All about her visitors and their in ten Lions. A that they would be Back within an hour. Miss a Good they will find me a you Are Ever ready my mistress if you Oan but help the Good cause a said leers As Ahe took up the lamp and preceded her Joung mistress up a flight of Bare atone Steps that poured like a Frozen Cataract into the Middle of the cheerless Hall. The upper Hall was covered with a soft common matting intended to Deaden sound rather than As an article of Comfort. This Ball ran Back through the building which was very deep and there were doors on either is Dee so cheerless looking As to suggest cells within. The servant stopped Midway in the Hall and stood shading the lamp from the draft till her mistress entered a room near by and then Ahe returned to the lower Hall in the Center of Thia room stood a White por Colin stove which though no fire was visible within certainly served to make the apartment warm. A lamp burning on a Little stand Over the stove served to show the clean simple furniture of the place which had a Rug on the floor but not another article in it that looked like ornament. Quot is that you. My daughter Quot called out the feeble voice of a broken old Man from an adjoining room. A Yea father veal exclaimed Lola and turning quickly Ahe met her father at the door and clasping her arms about Hia bowed neck she kissed him again and again and then led him to a he was a feeble old Man but bodily torture and mental anguish had aged him before Hia time. In his better Days count Pulaski bad been a handsome stately Man a Rich in honors wealth and titles and with the Royal blood of Poland s ancient Kings in Hia Rubn. 1 a a a a his waa in truth a sad sad Story. He did not Many till his thirtieth year and then he wedded the fairest maid in Warsaw and one in every Way worthy to be the wife of such a Man. This fair Bride Hod been wooed by and bad rejected a Prince closely Allied to the reigning family of Russia Tho past Eoo queers and prurient tyrants of Downtrodden unhappy Poland the rejected suitor was the governor of Warsaw a widower nearly fifty years of age. Failing to win the Beauty he determined to ruin the pair and men with such Powers and snob purposes do not want Long for a pretext. The count had been married but four months when he was arrested on a charge of conspiracy and rebellion and it need not be said this charge was proven by the governor s tools and general Pulaski was exiled to the mines of Siberia. He had been gone but six or seven months when the poor countess who had fled to Paris become Lola s Mother. As general Pulaski s estates were conf seated his wife was thrown on her own Reeo urea and to became a teacher in the French capital. Bhe wore her life out end eating her Beautiful daughter and in vain efforts to soften the heart of tha russian emperor that he might release her falsely accused husband. The countess died when Lola was eighteen and then the Brave girl took no the work in which Here brokenhearted Mother had failed. Bho made her Way to the russian Metropolis Aud succeeded in being admitted to the presence of the Princesa Dagmar the Beautiful danish wife of Czarowitz or heir to the throne. A won by the girl s modesty and Beauty As Well a by Hor rare accomplishments and Tbs intense earnestness of her efforts the Princess employed her a a teacher and then interceded with to Nuoch Success that count Pulaski was released. He had been taken away in the vary Flower of a Noble vigorous manhood and to came Back an old crushed Man to the daughter he had never seen till after Hia release. For nearly two Yean Lola had retained her place a governess in the Royal family but Ahe kept near her father whose whole support and stay she now waa. A i feel so nervous my child when you Are detained longer than usual Quot said the old Man As he looked with something like worship at Hia Beautiful daughter. A i fear i Aru but a wreck and can never a Lyon shall recover Quot said Lola with thrilling emphasis an she stood behind his Ohair and Laid her hands on Liia Long White hair. A you shall recover and those who have crashed you Down shall to still More humbled than you a hush my child this is the holy season of new year s eve and thoughts of revenge should find no place in our Hearte Quot said the count soothingly. A Aye new year s eve in the blazing palaces of St. Petersburg from which i have just come but Tho music and Tho Flowers and the Happy throngs but impressed me More strongly with the thought that it is also new your s eve amid the reeking stygian mine of Siberia in which por Inry and tyranny consigned you and where a heartless inhumanity wore your Noble life away. But we shall get even Mark Yon we shall get even and the hour of our Triumph is speeding hither Quot with her Blazin. Black eyes White Teeth and illuminated face Lola Pulaski looked As she stood behind the old Man s Ohair with her Small White hands on his Long White hair like a priestess a catalogue or Tho weeks in Cor ii Idt occurrences concisely a summarized. Intelligence by electric wire from every Quarter of the civilized world. The very latest by victim of Man Stan tial evidence. R aka said with dignity and making a if Oka Woald withdrew her hand from his Arm. Without seeming to Boot All surprised be Drew her i Omar to him and in Mora Santos tones said a Lola i Hove to Day received from the emperor a a a commission am repeated. A Tea i am appointed chief of Tho secret a i Yon. General. A a it i it not a plea sent duty but a Soldier Mart obey Quot Quot of now Rae. A and the flu Sta threaten to make my work move unpleasant a but surely you Are not afraid of them a a i cannot any Lola that i am very ranch afraid of any one a laughed the general a if i were i have no doubt that i Dooald do my duty better a a a perhaps Quot Lola �?o1 hear you. General. A your people give us moot a my people Quot a tee the poke and the Bert blood of that Noble Nee flows in your veins. I earn hardly blame them and yet their methods repel a i do not understand you general Paul Quot a then i shall be plainer for Asa Soldier i like to to Frank. The poles Are fall of them a Quot i would t swear to that though the order i received to Day so represent them and i wanted to talk to you about one pole in particular. A Hwte a he a Faith Lola this particular pole is. teas was Lola Paia Aki the polish go Vereeta of the eco dare of theonaris dream 151 grand Durham Dagmar. With eyes dark a night Ami deep and dreamy and Brilliant As its atom with hs4r> whose via a is chasm beamed Eves Blacker for the Whitener of the bread Low brow Over wet Meh it waa parted with a Eoto Placioa that outshone the Rosea on hit breast and Teste More Beautiful thin the Pearl that glowed an her exquisite Throat Lola Pulaski was the loaf attractive being in the place. The polish Eltume Art off the Superb Bat rather Petite figure to advantage and gave the Beautiful Jirl a distinct. Ferrid Nativ amid the i gorgeous uni Arram of the maw Ami the Superb Drames of the ladies by shorn Ahe waa surrounded. More than one handsome Cavalier sought ukr with Hia Eye Aud envied the grand like Alexis who returned to her again and again till heat Tea mans became i to three who wat had Hia movements. X 8� you will not dam with me id of asked Duke Alex a heading his tall form and bringing i is fair bloods face to Clore to Ben hat Ahe Mart Bare Felt Hia breath Spoti her Shiek. A no my be replied in a Low inn Anat voice that Indi. Rated decision yet perfect c Curtesy. A but Why Sot asked the son of the emperor hit re roots tremulous with erection and Hia bpm Vej As into which a aha did not look fall of a Dir Tiaa that amounted to became replied Lola a i res net Beta to dance Lam Sot one of the invited. Nay do not rec. Me Welcome i came to watch the Ehi Diw my pupils who wished to Ico the dances and now that they have gone to their bods i Fli go to . A you Are determined Lohi Quot a it requires no Detent Martina aha answered a for a Wavy worker to go Bona and a surely not and re Yon Are a moved Grant me one favor Quot Daiil Primeo Alexia eagerly. A Quot what is that a a a that you permit me to drive you Boane in my Sleigh which is awaiting to in the Palace court i do not enjoy there Brilliant Quot nor do i my Lovdy it a 1 Quot a i cannot permit Hala you Are Tho Only our in the Assembly who would or Fuaen arts the a re of. With a show of bup Stuhre. A then i am glad to is different from them. It matters not tin i May think myself quite your peer a nay Lola in All Noble attributes Ray Superior Quot said Tho Prince gallantly. A there is one whose Rea Peet and Good opinion my Lor 1, i value Mare than i do your fathers or said Lola in hotly at the mine time moving be if to Louve. A where is that a my own a a Abo is Tiad a she Laid being. How Lola a a go on. Geom la a i love a Lyon have to told to Quot a and i did not he. A a i doubt your a no but it Quot but what Why change the a i want von to help a to do what. General a a Ste find who this woman Quot Yon want her name a a. A Yea Lola i would like to learn All about a and you Are the chief of the secret service a a tee said with chilling dig Mihe Aye. And i am sorry for a and Yog Hare a thousand a pies under your a a Aye Lola Tan thousand but i would rather have one woman like a i Oan hardly thank Jam Tor the Oom Pliny min r a Pardon me i have offended a mid the general coming to a halt before a Low Houre in an obscure Street. A but Here we Are. If Yon cant help me Well and Good. Now Good night Lola and a Happy How year. What you will not Kama me Quot he said drawing Back As if he had been refused a favor to which he waa Loco Tomud. A i wonk rather not Quot she replied. A very Well Lola my pleasure shall never run soon Ter to your wishes. waiting till to it it or waa opened in rih tour to Doi kit it cd general Paul round Hia Helmot m -1, turning strode Heck in Tho direction of the Winter old Cave Eutez a philosophy. Bad Luck am a Spur toe do Man of cattle. Hog it. Hltkkd., lamps
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