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Indianapolis Indiana Phalanx (Newspaper) - February 25, 1897, Indianapolis, Indiana A Iles my in j by mkt Uii a Kike. Author of the quot deems ter quot quot Manxman quot Etc. Fly quot in chapter xviii cont Index. Danny Rias dead and it was she who bad seat him to his death. His great Little heart Hiat had been broken Fox love oif her had also died for her Sake. A and no w i the a anguish of t he girl was not less Taian that of tie old maa a Jii Raskelf. Where was Onia Sifian did a know what Kisseck had Donev it Ira ust have been Kis fuck. But Goa quot would punish him. Had Christian quot gone out to Seamona set off for the lockjaw Creek thinking that some Trace of Christian might perhaps be found there. She took the Mph path. The Suu a flip risen and the Grose fire burned Blue. When she came by tie Mouth of the old mine she was Trio King both of Danny of Christian quot he will be cold now lie will be in heaven quot she muttered to herself. Then it Wasi that Liaf by tried in tie pit she saw the pallid deep plough red face of Christian himself. She could not suppress a cry. Then she heard the Cifax and fall of the timbers under blk. For a moment she lost consciousness and in another Moon enl she was in Chrisitian s arms. Hardly had the bewildered senses of these two regained an instant s composure when a Raan came running towards them from the town. In disjointed words he told Bliwn that som i a fearful thing Lead washed ashore in the Bay and that Myli a Ballad Hoo was there raving Over it Lille one mad. This is what had a appeared. As Baila Hoo turned along the Slitor towards his Home bemoaning what he believed to be the death of , ills dazed Eye caught Sigut of a curious object some distance out at sea. It might be a gig with sail but it a looked too Smail. It might be a diver a or a Solan Goose with outspread wings but it looked too Large. What it was mattered Little to Lim. The world Hau lost its Light. The Sun that Shon a above him entered not Lato his soul. I Days henceforth were to be but As a Shadow that pass eth away. Ballad Hoo walked on moaning and crying aloud. As he approached his Houise every step awoke a new grief every Stone every hedge was sacred to some memory. Hei a he had seen. The lad playing with Athur lads. Here. Quot laughing and calling be Lead seen him quot tide the Rouglin Colt his father gave Liim. As he opened the Gate he could almost imagine he saw a fair haired boy nning to meet Hiim a whip in one band and a toy Livorse tumbling behind. B Tell achoo lifted Liis head to Brush the binding tears. As he did so his eyes fell on a window in the Gable half hidden by the leafless boughs of an old Rose tree. That awoke the bitterest and oldest Memoir of All. I and now Christian and Mona it with a group of others hastened toi the Bay. There seeing nothing but the dread this big lying on the Shore was Mylrea fall achoo. He was crying aloud that if heaven had spared his boy hell might have taken All Al amp a he had. Quot of my son my son would to goo i had died for you of my son my son quot then the stricken father went Down on his Knees and stretched out a feeble trembling hand to draw aside the canvass that hid the face. As he did so Mona and Christian came up. Christian stood opposite Danny still Lay Romard. Of 1 spec that had glided along the Waters could be seen no More he had turned and gazed in silence. Towards the it East Ern Light and the Distant shores of. J madness be a the Symbol j on j Earth of the tortures of the damned Danny had then a few hour s i blessed respite. He saw calmly Whai he had do in and Why he. Had done it. Quot surely god is just quot he thought quot surely he will not condemn me surely not suy then amid surge ing inward tears which his eyes refused to shed the simple lad tried to recall the Good words thac he had heart in the course of his poor neglected i uttered life. One after one they came Back to him most of them from some far away and hazy dream world strangely Bright with the vision of a face that looked fondly upon him and even kissed him tenderly. Quot gentle Jesus quot and quot now i Lay me Down to sleep quot a he could remember them both pretty Well and their simple words went up with the Supplicate by ardor a his father on the other Side of the Corpse the old Man on his Knees the j of his quot great grown Hearty to the sky Sou on his feet the dead Man be on which longing eyes were Bent. Tween them. The other.? stood around. None spoke. Then Mona motioning Christian to silence stepped up to Ballad Hoo and Knelt beside him. It was better that lie should realize the truth by degrees and not too suddenly. He would see the face and know that it was not the face of his son. Mona on Hei part knew it would be Danny s face. The thought of Mona intertwined its Elf with the yearning Hope of Pardon and peace. It sustained him now to it think of her. She became part of his scheme of penitence. His love for her was to redeem him in the father s Eye. He was to take it to the foot of god s White throne and when his guilt came up for judgment he was to Lay it meekly there and look up and the boy was dead. The beat j into the Good father s face. God had ing of her heart fell Low. J sent him his great love and it was there was a moment of unutterable not for his harm that he had set it. Suspense. Then with rapid audible j then a film overspread his sight Mcna breath the old Man Sti etched out u i when he awoke he knew that he had Liaf i it Allied hand and Drew off the i slept. He had seen Mona in a dream Loose canvass. There was a Happy thought in Hei they saw the face of Kisseck. Face. She was loved and was be Ballad Hoo got up with great wide loved. Everything about her spoke of eyes. Liere before him face to face with him was Christian himself. Chapter xviii. She s All the world to me. When the Crew of the Ben my Chree had recovered fax Oan their first consternation on seeing he body of Kisseck Rise to the surface and shoot away lace a spectre boat they i rested a a and St Jod once More out to sea. The gentle Breeze filled the canvass and for is Milf an hour the Jib Lay Over the Side while the fishing boat studded along like a startled Bird. The Sun Rose Over the land a thin Gause obscuring it. Tile red Light flashed and died away As if the wind were the Sunshine. The Haggard faces of the men caught at moments a Lurio glow from it. In the West a mass of bluish Cloud rested a Little while on the horizon and then passed into a Nimbus of Gray rain Cloud that floated above it such was. The Dawn and Sunse of a fateful Day. They were sailing North they had no Haven in their View. But reel was behind them. Think what Home is to the Fisherman who goes Down into the great deep. They know thai to them Home could be All this no longer. The Silvery voices of girls. K a it it was a fair Young woman s fora innocent prattle of Little children quot with a Joy in the Blue eyes and laugh the the red lips. In her arms was a i the Welcome of wife the glowing Hearth these were theirs no More. Child and As sle cried to it quot look then belly out Brave sail and Back it a of m lib Ite i. The Little one plunging and called quot papa papa quot and clapped its tiny hands. The lord gave and the lord hath taken away blessed. No Mylrea Ballad Hoo could not enter his House. It was fall of too Many spectres. / he turned Back. It was to be anywhere he knew not where. Jemmy the Gardner who had been awake All night in amazement and distress a it his master s absence saw him now approach the House West up to his Side tried to speak to him and failing to get a word in reply walled in Lence by his Side. He return along the Shore. Ana a now the White thing which he had a Yeii before was within fifty Yards of the Beach and was sailing due to land. Quot what would it be in a minute it drifted to Ballad Hoo s feet and then it a saw that to was a human body which off with a noise like Thunder let tie blocks creak and the ropes Strain. Anywhere and where away from the w the Turing reproach of the crime of one and the guilt of All. But they were standing Only two Miles off jury Point when once More the wind fell to a dead Calm. The men looked into each other s faces Here was the work of Fate. There was to be no flying away god meant them to die on these Waters. The sail flapped idly they furled it and the boat drifted South. Water and again All around a was deck helpless and hopeless. Hours went by. The Day wore in. A passing breath sometimes stirred the Wates and again air ground was dumb dead pulse less peace. Hearing Only the faint Flap of the rippling tide they drifted drafted drifted. Then they thought of Home once met me and now with other feeling. Death was before them slow sure. A a had been bound in canvass for burial i relentless death. There was to be no Juggler. Let it be death at Home rather than death on this desk to sea. Anything any Thimig but this Blind end a this dumb end this dying bit by bit on still Waters. To see the darkness come again and the Sun Rise afresh and once More the Sun sink and. The darkness deepen and still to lie there with nothing around but the changeless sea and nothing above but the Etc it Kyd and Only the Eye of Goa upon them while the winds and the Waters Lay in his avenging hand. Let it rather be death Swift death just death Here where their crime was attempted and one Black deed was done. Thus despair took hold of them and to a Lay. The dread thing on the. Sand drove All fear away. Each hard Man of tottering old Man lifted his Clinch with despair seated on his rugged of ii a flirt quot quot to the sky in silent in Joreca longed like a sick child to Lay Liis a vhf Ihen Van. Head in the Lap of to. Quark left him and Rush quot what s it saying quot muttered the i to Tow cried out Thali gome v old Man qty Leash Ali w��rt>�4l%�rki���tlk 1 o i a a a a re Lurli r a a of Al r at sea and had come ashore in this Ange Way. He gave it but ont glance. He did not look to see whose i body it was. He concluded at once it must be the body of Chrls Lati. Jaad he not heard that the men had it out to sea they iad taken the quot oif quot his murdered son with theia i. Red to Bury it the re and hide the or crime forever. It was All so cd a a Plaitt to Ballad Hoo s . Then be cried Alo stud in tempt of agony that nothing could a train. His religion seemed to de by a at least it gave no Comfort. Is free i became suddenly and any Dieco lored and Stem and stand Al i la had washed a8 Ore. When far a Way bad Bare Wheir it peace. All her troubles had gone forever. No not that either. In her eyes was the reflection of his own face and sometimes it made them sad. At the Memoir of this the dried up Well of Danny s own eyes moistened at last to tears. Tjie cold thick Winter Day was far worn towards suet. Not a breath of wind was Stin ing. Guided by the Sun s rays the Waters to the West made a floor of cleared Ved. The fishing boat had drifted nearly ten Miles to the South. If she should Drift two Miles crore she my amp to float into the southeasterly Eui int that flows utter contrary. Head. The Crew Lay half Frozen on the deck. No one cared to go below. All was still around Thein and silence was in their midst at last a Man lifted his head and asked if anyone Cottle say what had become of Christian. No one knew. Old quiz eat a thought he must Hare come by som to Ehfe and perhaps be captured or even dead. It was Only the general hopelessness of their hearts that gave a ready Cote sent to this View of the possibilities. Then they talked of Christian As if he were no longer a living Man. Quot he did t want to be in it did t the Young master quot said one. Quot did you see How he was for criss Crossin and putting up obstacles at every turn quot said another. Quot that was nothing to the Way he was glad when we saw the lad s fire Over. The lockjaw and had to make a slant for it and leave the thing not quot a Well Well quot said Quilleash quot it was poor Bill that s gone god help him that led the Youmg master into the Shoal water. A at s it Sayin a quot Black As the Raven he Llu get a partner but Bill poor Chap he mus be for Makin a Raven out of a Dore quot god won t be hard on the master. No no god la never be hard on a Good heart because it keeps company with a bad head quot quot it la be Bill poor Chap that la have to stand for it when the. Big Day comes quot so Davy Cain. Quot no but not that anyway. Still for Suire. It s every herring must hang by his own Gli. Any Man quot said Tommy tear. Quot poor master Christian quot a Aid que Cash quot i remember him since he was a baby in his Mother s arms and a Fine lady too. And when he grew up it was How Are kill Quilleash and when he came straight from Oxford College and All the learning at him and the Fine English to fugue and All to that it was and How Are you today Billy i m Middle i today master curl Salaa a yes yes a tender heart at him anyhow and no Pride at All at All quot. The old Man s memories were Noi thrilling to. Narrate bit they brought the Tearo to los eyes quot and he banished them away with his sly eve to by continued. Not in it for heal talk litigation Between m. Rochefort editor and m. A Nighan manager of the intransigent and decided in favor of the latter has revealed the fact that in the last seven years m. Itoch efort has received 700,000 francs As editor and 1,700,000 francs in dividends on. Engine no. �6, on Pacific Railroad the first locomotive our. Chased by that company and quot which has been in use since has Joist been consigned to the scrap Heap. The most valuable sword in England is the one presented by the egyptians to lord Wolseley. The Hilt is set with brilliants and is valued at in of a. A South Paris me Man. Lately Obj served the fifty second anniversary of his first marriage and the Twenty fifth anniversary of his second marriage on the same Day. Hundreds of wooden sabots have been distributed to poor l Ondon children for Christmas quot presents. The wooden shoes Are said to keep their feet dryer than leather ones would. A Fox Hunt in the Quoin country came to an untimely end recently. The ack of hounds ran into a Bank off a and could not be found again till the next letter new York Sun. The specie room on Ocean steamships is usually sixteen feet Long ten feet wide and eight feet High. It is formed of steel plates a Quarter of an Inch thick with a steel door which has a burglar proof combination lock. There Are two policemen in Cambridge mass., who have been striving for records in the Nuffy bar of arrests they make. So annoying has this become that the citizens in that one Section of the town have made complaint to the authorities. Paris la undresses have hitherto selected the Queen of the carnival but this year the Market women the Dames de la Halle intend to compete with them. They have just selected unanimously for their candidate a Good looking dark haired girl of eighteen. On the fourth of july the japanese shouted quot Bei Koku Banzai quot whenever they saw the United states Flag. Quot Koku quot Means country quot Banzai quot Means live forever literally ten thousand year while quot Bei quot is the term used in both China and Japan to describe America. \ the obituary addresses delivered upon the occasion of the death of a member of Congress Cost the government a Good Deal of Money. Usually 12,000 copies Are printed with a steel plate portrait of the deceased fifty of which bound in full Morocco with Gilt edges Are for Tjie family of the dead congressman. The Cost of obituary volumes if the fifty first Congress was Over 50,-000.�?chicago Tribune. The most powerful Modem to get that has Ever been seen on the Waters of the Baltic will assemble there this Spring Linder the Flag of Russia. According to Admiral Tyroff minister of Marine the Fleet will be composed of the battleships Jan gut Peter the great Admiral Jfe a Admiral spi Didow Admiral Schiavino the cruisers Airek and so Kel the gunboats Khabiri and oilmen and ten torpedo boats and torpedo destroyers. Lavender is Siili used in English Linen closets but the Supply is threatened with extinction. The growers in the Village of Hitchin one of the chief centers of the Lavender Industry assert that owing to a succession of bad seasons the Plant is dying out there and that moreover they can not compete with foreign imitations of Lavender water. The business of growing and manufacturing Lavender is mainly quot in the hands of quakers Lupshu a District on the North slope of the Himalayas 15.000 feet above sea level and surrounded by mountains from 3,000 to soon Ftp Fet higher has a permanent population of 500. Persons who live in Goat hair to it s All the year round. Water freezes there every night quot but no Snow Falls on account of the dimness of the air. The people Are shop herds and dress in pyjamas and a a orig cloak wearing an additional cloak in unusually cold weather. A shaky theory. Tiburzi the brigand s brain was Given after his death to professor Lombroso for examination. The professor is obliged to admit that it is perfectly Normal As Are All the criminal s other organs but he saves his theory by calling him a criminal id. By that he Means a Man whose natural qualities Are not bad but who becomes an outlaw Only technically. Under More favouring circumstances be thinks Tiburzi might have a become a Leader of mercenaries like Sforza or a founder of state Fie Dodges he Point that the Man was a murdered and a York Sun. Uto Manly act. A lady was entertaining at dinner the other Day quite info finally an old Clergyman and a few relatives. Chit Dren were allowed to come in with the dessert on rising from the Toble the latter stood aside to allow the White haired priest to leave the room in Advance. He quot however pushing the youngsters through the doorway said laughingly quot Angels first 1" glancing next at the hostess As if inviting her to precede him he was met by a wave of the hand from the latter who said with great a promptness quot saints next quot a troyt Iines. This is a big country. There Are a Good Many big things in this country Niagara Falls Mammoth Cave Pike s Peak East River Bridge Washington Monument and the biggest Trees in the to id. The mat oth Trees quot of califor Nia Are mostly located in Tulare of the 376 feet High my 34 feet ill son Woof the arg quot Stop Stop wait a minute i m Juping to Haye a Valentine party quot shouted Nettie Small to attract the attention of the girls and boys swinging their Book bags making it and laughing on their Way to school. Foh of How Nice quot from the girls. Quot Hurrah what Fuci quot from the boys. Quot it s going to be real cute Mamma says we might try to make somebody Happy on that Day and All the year and she s going to help us. She says that each one of us must write on a Little piece of paper what he would be willing to do i Eal truly you know and Send to to my House before the party and Welu i m not going to Tell you any More about but i m afraid that the idea was not a pleasing one generally for on St Valentine s eve Only four boys and three Giris appeared at the party. But they made More noise and fun than a regiment aunt Patty said. Mamma Small had prepared the party room and a Little later the door was thrown open. In the Center stood grandma Small s great quot swifts quot filled with eight skeins of a in the ends of which were held in grandma s Haid and on one Side was a table with such tempting dishes of oranges Cak. And goodies As to make the hungry boys cast very longing ances toward it quot a. the Yam must be wound and Bob Murch being the oldest to select one from the Matiy threads held in grandma Small s hand. Then he began to wind backward of course.-. What awkward work he made of it the girls laughed at him. The boys called him old Poky he dropped the Ball and it rolled around All the table legs. Bob crawled after it and bumped his head right under the Orange dish. Off tumbled the yellow balls and what a scurrying to catch the precious things. The quot swifts quot were upset and there a danger of breaking up the party but fortunately Mamma Small came to the Rescue Fri helped Bob to the end of Bis skein where was tied his Mamma Small opened it and read for him aloud quot i will do lame Sally Bonny s chores in the mornings quot. Quot of dear if taint too cold cried Bob ebbing his bumped spot and looking rueful for he disliked to get up Early. Quot if taint too cold no no you be got to an3rw3y, cold or hot so there quot shouted Tom Parsons. Then it was Tom s turn. He was deft of hand and soon came to Valentin number two quot i will Jean to sew and knit and be Handy so to help Mother. She has to work so hard for me quot quot Giri boy girl boy quot shouted Bob. Quot i Don t care i will see if i Don to quot declared Tom stoutly. Now Nettie took an end. Her skein was Snarky but her patience held out and at the end was the promises quot i will try to keep a soft Tongue quot quot Good Good quot cried grandpa pounding his Cane on the White next whirled the Swift and get quot i will not quarrel at Home and abroad and keep my hands so the swifts spun round amid dancing and shouting bringing to Sukey Allen s hand the Valentine quot i will wait upon Gramma and grandpa without to tim Akers quot i will Lead Blind Johnny Rich to Church every pleasant to Milly Flint quot i m a Goin to turn Over a new Leaf and be so Good that nobody will know me no quot stick Down fire Corner Milly quot cried grandpa shading off his glasses with claim her. Then Iii fee the last skein and Fly a Way Jack Mills began it his Ball was one sided and quot wobbly quot the children said but the Promise was straight enough quot i won t kick if another boy tries to Crow Over How they Alt. Shouted Grandm clapped her hands softly and grand dimmed his Cane harder than Ever making old Dan bark till the Roon rang. With each quot Valentine quot was Giten a present a silk Musher to tim a work Basket with thimble scissors and Nee Inid and a limit on of ,. Patients to be attended at a Jiff i tic association combined that they provide $io, chess. A year established of their own hiring of town to manage it. A quot inter Aryn the March Century is to be an quot inauguration number quot devoted j ,. To articles on life in the White and at the capital Jiuu need with is v great number of interesting pictures a including two new portraits of Majoe Mckinley and one of president Peeve it. Land at his desk a All from photographs taken especially for the in tiry. V a Large edition will be printed. The Irit Erst in the Century s serials quot Cam v paining with Grant quot and. Quot Hugh Wynne free Quaker quot is so great that both the january and february numbers went out of print almost immediately upon Issue. My Ramiro Abs to rooms. A new Toroc Man mutants a ocelot to Pat trolleys in hallway i. Miss Phi a 111 v William j. Lockwood a hard rare merchant of this City has worked out the details of a somewhat startling invention. He has travelled for Twenty five years and has figured out that Dur ing that period he has walked through. Hotel corridors a total distance almost equating that from new York to san. Francisco. Quot with such an extensive hotel acquaintance it naturally follows that his face is known in hundreds of hotels Between the Atlantic and the Rocky mountains. It is this Familiari with hotels which first gave him the idea for his plan which he says has been. De i quot c4ared entirely practical and Feble by quot hotel men. Everybody who a had any experience at All with hotels knows the tire. Some length of the hallways and corridors of a big City hostelry. The very fact that the Halls Are so confusing to one unfamiliar with them causes Liuch unnecessary walking and to an invalid or an old person the additional steins taken in a wearisome Hunt for a room often Means much in the Way of excretion. This quot invention entirely does away with the necessity of walking from the time a guest registers at the clerk s desk until the door of one s room is quot reached. It provides for Ai indoor Tramway which Lem to parts of the House in i tests can be carried wherever they May desire to go. Starting from in front of the clerk a est. Where the newly arrived guest registers is a Small pair of rails very Light of Catt Striction and set into the floor of the corridor so so be hardly noticeable. They Lead directly up the stairs and. Through the Maze of hallways quot to All parts of the House. Immediately after the guest has rear. Estered and been assigned to a room clerk presses an electric Button and Little car glides around a Comer from behind the desk. In the car is a seat which can accommodate two persons while perched behind in another much like a Footman a is the Bell boy who controls the car by Means of a lever and. An electric Button. There is no noise when the car moves. And apparently no motive Power until one looks carefully and there is discovered a Small quot Slot Between the tracks very similar to the Slot used by Cable cars Only much smaller and in keeping with the size of the rails. From the Bottom of the car there projects downward through this clot a slender steel Rod which travels through the Slot on an electric wire just As a trolley does Only instead of being at the top this trolley is at the Bottom of the car and through it is carried the electric which furnishes the motive Power to the car. The details of the motor Are exactly similar to the ones under trolley Street cars. Alien the guest has taken his place in the car and the Bell by is told the. Quot quot tji lumber of the room a Yturri of. The lever starts the car on its Way. As the car starts up the stairs a Strong cog wheel under the Center of the car but sufficiently High to Clear the floor when on the lever works Over a third rail paced in the Center of the track from the Bot it torn to the top of the stairs. The third rail is notched to fit the cog of the Dies to Tom perfumed soap and a Nail Heel and thus the ascent is made up quot Bush to Nan and so on. I ii not say that there were not some failures for a year is a Long Ime but i do know that the children s hearts grew warmer larger and More kindly in this Loving helpful service to others. A youth s companion. A strike that failed. Y a strike of doctors at Yarmouth England has just failed. The physicians in the town demanded higher fees from the Broad stairway to the floor above. Without slipping. The tracks Lead a Over the House and each floor is a com a plete railway system in miniature. The cars can be switched from one set of rails to another by simply pressing an electric Button within the car and we current passing through the wheels to the rails automatically sets the switch one pressure of the Button throwing. The switch in one direction two resetting it and three throwing it in. The opposite York herald.-�?�. T

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