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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - July 30, 1869, Cincinnati, OhioFourth St not to be sure the Young Many sat King Quot i stou.�?�. The visitor did not expect this persistency perhaps. The question was though what did be expect. Had he any suspicion of the truth 44 at Kingston granted a be said. 44 which one a 44 which one a 44 which Kingston ? you can understand that i suppose. There Are several King 44 to be sure to be sure r replied the dry per hastening to give a conciliatory reply but not feeling quite sure in Bis mind which of the Kingston As there was a Choice it would be Best to fix upon. 44 toe one near est town a he said after a moments reflection during which it had occurred to him that he nid not happen to know where the others were. 44 i must go there at once. What is the address a 44 it is too late to go to night. I should think thelast train has gone Tong ago and it is a Long Way by Road. Besides a u f a these Are trifling difficulties. Give me the address if you please and i will find the Means of making the 44 but if i can to 44 if you can to ? of it has come to tha at last a 44 come to what if i can to i say and if i wont what then ? who May you Happe n to be sir allow me to inquire and by what right do you come Here and Proa Questi it in me As though i were a pickpocket in a witness Box a 44 we wont talk of witness a boxes and pickpockets just yet sir a replied the Captain drily. 44 Only allow me to observe that you have been rather a Long while arriving at the determination oif questioning my 44what of that a retorted or. Nixon gathering courage As he proceeded 44 what of that ? if we were Trou died a bit at first it Isnit altogether unnatural is it what is More Likely than that we should grow attached to the boy ? he a not our flesh and blood its True but we be brought him up. Look at the years he a been with us an now to lose him it would break mrs Nix our a heart of dear a at this Appeal mrs. Nixon carefully selected the Corner of her pocket handkerchief which she applied to her Eye and was Appa re Nutly much affected. But the visitor was not so easily moved. 44 this is All very Well in its Way a he said 44 and i am ready to give you every possible credit for your Talent but its As Well to let you know that i shall be Here to Morrow at ten with a certain Legal Power to make you produce the or. Nixon affected not to notice the menacing tone in which these words were uttered. 441 done to know a he said in a thoughtful Way and As though he were making a careful calculation 441 done to know that hell be Back by that time. He might or might not. I can to say to an hour or so. Its according if he is at at if he is there or has gone 44gone on where a asked the other savagely. 44how do i know a responded or. Nixon ingeniously. 44 he went on a sort of Small walking tour As he does do very often. Its his fancy ainu to it mrs. N.? and As for thwarting the dear boy we never have done and we be no fault to find with him except that perhaps when he is out on one of his Tours As he Calls them he is a Little Uncertain. sir wed a Hundred times sooner thwart our daughter. Folks May talk of the voice of nature and such but that woman there sir a indicating his wife,�?44 she a twice As fend of the boy As she is of our girl a but the hard featured Captain was unmoved and fixed his glistening eyes on or. Nixon exclaiming 44 in vend More time to waste now but please to understand me plainly. I do not care to threaten idly but you be very Safe if anything has happened to that boy. Let me see him Here to Morrow by ten of clock or ill make an old Bailey Case of and with this final shot he moved towards the door and unassisted let himself out into the Street and was gone. ? it 4libs ral done there and sometimes there May have been some reasonable doubts u to the St it honesty of the business transacted. F 1 a a a to night however All its windows War dark and its Bouses silent and or. Nixon somehow fancied that it looked like an abode of the dead. The lawyer lived upon the second floor and a or. Nixon mounted the winding stairs every separate step greeted his Pas Sage with a different creak or wheeze is though he were Olti Bing Over something living but in deep slumber. Upon the second floor were two Black sin ister looking doors at one of which the do per was now thumping heavily with his fist arousing Only tie echoes of the quiet inn. A a but the Porter said be was Here a thought Nixon to himself. 44 he surely can to have died just at this moment tools it it a Ana then another thought oame into his mind what a place it was for a murder or. Thurtell had lived Here if he remembered right a or was it or. Weave whom he killed ? his courage waa at no time very remarkable Ana was just now at a very Low pitch. Applying Nin a ear to the key Hola he could now hear something moving within the Chambers. Encouraged by this he removed Hia car from the aperture and applying his Mouth instead bawled out Bis own name. This information seemed to determine or. Moc amp us that he would Pool presently two very Rusty bolts were drawn in succession a key turned in the kit fraud the door opened. As he posted his Way in a least figure was last dimly discernible escaping in the half Light to an inner room. Or. Nixon followed through what he knew to be the outer office to tha Othea apartment which or. Me caul called his private room and in Width he found the lawyer sitting in a turn up Bedstead he bad crawled Back into alter opening the door. As Nixon entered the Otho Drew the bedclothes Over his head and in this singular position a smothered voice demanded what the Deuce he wanted at such an unwonted hour. 44 Mccanl a returned the Draper excitedly 44 we re ruined a 44 what a the matter mow a he was heard to Gru fable. 44 the boy that child you know a 44 Well what of him a i 44 we re going to get into an awful mess a and the Draper told his Stein with much excitement. Now however instead of bringing up the lawyer to the same feverish rendition As himself he could not even draw him out of the bed clothes. The Draper waited impatiently for some minutes and then asked the others opinion about the matter. But Mccaul Only pursued his worm like gyrations beneath the Oover let in silence so the Draper repeated his question. A r 44 done to bother a groaned Macau i in a voice which seemed to come from the tipping Oei Lerman the ventriloquists Converse with and i he turned Over on his Side under the Doi Hoa. 44 done to bother a echoed Nixon aghast. 44 come that a a Cool Way Locking at it done to bother indeed you re a pretty fellow suppose they Home Down on us Sharp what shall we do do you know that we be had near on a thousand pounds a. This brought the lawyer from the Depths of the bed clothes suddenly and he sat Bolt upright with Bis grizzled hair All brushed up the wrong Way. 44 we be had none of your jokes or Nixon a he exclaimed in an angry tone 44 you be had a thousand pounds not i pvt paid you a thousand pounds As your receipt i will testify a mrs. Nixon sat Down in the nearest chair and burst into tears. R a 44 done to do that you fool a the Man said fiercely. �?�44 get me some Silver out of the till Irve nothing in my pocket and in be got to go 44 going out Aga into night a 44 Why not what should i do go and snore till ten of clock to Morrow ? get die the Money a he turned on her with a menacing gesture and she went away meekly Todo his bidding. It must be owned that the departing we ids of the visitor had not been without their effect upon the Draper himself j it for at the very instant they were spoke the was thinking it looked As though his thoughts bad been guessed what an awkward turn things might take if they reached extremities. What could he possibly do if the Law oame Down upon them and. With us ruthless hand Tore aside the veil which had so Long been covering their Roguer from the Public Eye if nothing worse came of the exposure he would lose the respectable position in the pious Circle for which he had worked so hard and struggled so desperately those eight years past. Bat. Worse than this might be threatening. To could he prove the death of the child which had been confided to his care he was drowned. Granted but How prove it Why he was not even certain that the child teas drowned for he had never heard of the body being found. Ten years ago when their brutality had driven the poor Little fellow in fear and trembling from their Home the news came to them that he had been drowned and it affected them so Little that they had actually made no inquiries whatever upon the subject probably for fear of incurring funeral expenses. Thus then the child a death would be difficult to account for satisfactorily. Or. Nixon was As ignorant As most of us of the Workings of our criminal code and really thought that he might be in danger of what the Captain had threatened him with. During the last ten years he had received a or at any rate acknowledged the receipts of nearly one thousand pounds paid for a certain specified purpose and professedly so applied that Pur Pape being the clothing feeding and education of the boy. These acknowledgements which the Draper had signed had All been duly transmitted by or. Mccaul to the lady his client together with a minute account of the boys Progress. The receipts were in or. Nixon a handwriting the other details were supposed to proceed from the lawyers own observations. Looked at any Way it was an ugly piece of business and or. Nixon thinking it Over had just worked himself up to a feverish pitch of excitement when his wife reappeared with the Money. He snatched it from her and thrust it into his pocket then put on his hat and opened the door. Mrs. Nixon followed him meekly and ventured to inquire where he was going y 44 he said. Another moment and he had left the House. For every new film Kelber we will Forward free to the Yerty sending us the name Cash accompany fug the order one of the following books a hebrew Bible Fellah min hag America either English or German translation. Hymns psalms and prayers a Beautiful collection. English mid German. It t a a a the origin of christianity. A guide for Kat Fonsel inquirers into but Rusl writings. Being an examination of the doctrinal difference Between in diam and primitive christianity based upon a critical exposition of the Book of to a a a a a a it. A a a. T \ v Hannah or a glimpse Hofpar Afifie a r a r k. A 1 j re a 2a .1 w it it a w a a a. .1&Quot. 7 i of incomplete in one volume. Mortar a or the Pope and his inquisitors and the first off the Murea bees a historical novel. A i # 7 a a i a amp f i a y the essence of Judaism and a hebrew grammar. Difference a novel and Hillel Aad Herod a historical to ending us four new subscribes t copy of the israelite Gratis for one Library note Golc a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a israelite and Deborah. Israelite Deborah and literary Eclectic the three papa re if mailed to one 4t, must accompany All orders one a in four acts. The play tit bras chapter t frs. Nixon said in a tremble., a a a a this is Captain the strange visitor was of a Stern Cora Inland incl appearance i and a heavy White moustache an Here was something in the look of his Bard a a face which aided to Over Awe Rah 1 off Raper and his wife. Died to read them like a Book and perhaps it wanted no Wonde Riol keenness of vision to detect their guilt in their White faces. It was More than Likely too that he perceived his advantage for he maintained a painfully oppressive silence his eyes still fixed upon the drapers countenance. But at last he was the first to speak. 44 ill Tell you what your wife has told me a he began with a pause bet Eop a sch word 41 and it May save further loss of time Ana needless equivocation. This worthy lady then a a with an exaggerated obeisance to mrs. Nixon,�?44 informs me that the Young Man had gone to the country to Kingston if i am not this was a word too much if the stranger would have kept his Vantage ground. Or. Nixon by this time was slowly recovering his composure and an idea began to Dawn upon him that perhaps after ill he was not so hopelessly compromised As his vague tears had first induced him to believe. So plucking up courage he put a bold Ace of the business. Kingston to be sure a he said a a mrs. Nikon told you the truth Why should she chapter Iii. I. V 1 a a a. A a v. A a p it it was a bitterly cold nigh bodily the Draper was shivering mentally he was on his legs could not Bear him Onward half fast enough. There was a cab stand however not very far from his House and soon he was travelling Al oink at All the Speed a London night Cah nurse is capable of. As he gazed out of the window he cursed the snails Pace at which it seemed to him he was going and wished that he had walked. But in due course he reached Bis journeys end and stopping in front or the shabby Portal of Lyons inn alighted and passed through the Gate. The dreary building it seemed to him As he crossed the paved court Yard was As gloomy and deserted As a Church Yard at Midnight. Not that at midday and in Broad Daylight it wore a very Lively aspect. There was not much business Bustle about it at Alv ume. Rather a quiet sort of Trade was . Al a 41 it a a a a s 1 i % a a 4 it a v z i p . We. Or Quot a a m a Yri 1 for a moment or. Nixon was speechless with Wrath and Astori Osbment. 44reoeipts�?� he gasped of t.-44receiptshud, then a rumbling sound in his Throat half choked his utterance. 44 you know very Well you do you villain a a you know you be pocketed five Hundred Pound of Uto Money a 441 know nothing of the sort a said to of Tail a a will Vou swear to that a demanded it Nixon \ u i w

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