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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, OCTOHEll 7, 1896,
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A Rlrlkluc lMtrlilli'n nl III Itorlng ml
Coumw llilynl by Hi. Ilrtlr.il 0u.
rl Who Would fi'ol I'.ruill ma Hug.
lliluimn la Oulilo II Int.
Tho realistic Spanish uovollst, Vuldes,
In ono of his most popular stories ("His
tor Sun Suplieo, " tiuiiNlutod liy Nathan
Haskell Dolt') gives a doscriptiou of a
retired Spanish general's nfteriioon nut
which will tlliiniiiiiiio many ohlvalrto
Incidents ill ihmiInIi 1 1 fo 1111(1 nut I V iltnu.
trutes tho reckless daring and oourugo
of which the average haughty don li
liberally possessed. Tho soono it a tort
of plonio grouudt iu tho outkirtof
"Meontimo tho animation Im.l lw..n
on tho Increase among tho rurtliuin. Tho
period or unmannerly action hud coma
Ono of thom climbed upou tho tnblo to
ninko n speech, ami tho others, by way
of applause, throw sherry and tnanr.a
ullla In hiH face. Another wat trylug
to lift with hit teeth a com nun ion wlwim
drunkuiinowi hud stretched out on tho
noor. Ho did not succeed. Ho merely
tors Lis tuck coat. Still ntlmr. u-nm
committing absurd and extravagant ao-
wons, miming a great uniso and uproar.
lUOOOUtll remained crnv mnl Mil.iiit
drinking ono glass of sherry after an
other. Hut hi rvn wnm n Inn......
usual, incomprehensible and unfuthoin
ablo, like those of a nmii tlml nf tir.
Though he did not speak or nioro about
ae seouica a aincreut man.
"Tho Euclishmau hml tk on nff hla
jacket and waistcoat, and, rolling np
bis shirt alevvea, wat exhibiting hit
biceps, which wore mull
trying to break empty bottles on his
aria Once Mood had coino, but ho
went on breaking tho bottles without
paying anv attention to it Tln.n ii
d tho waiter to bring a bottlo of rum
and a law class. Ho tilled this to tho
bri:n with tho honor, and then slowly.
without moving a muscle or oven wink
ing, ho Unwind it to tho imtti.ni. Tl,.i
ho tat down ut tho taLlu on-iot.. ii,
count and said solemnly.-
ou tau t do that.'
"A Hash of f urv I'lcnmpil throm-ii rim
harebrained nobleman's ryes, ,t ho
succeeded iu r'stiaiuiiix hiiiDMlf, and,
turuiua tlio r.-st or the. u,nk lllto t10
glass. Iio culinly onl. rid llio waiter to
bring him somo pepper. Iio tlmw in a
pinch of it. th. ii thn-.v into it hi. elg.ir
u-hes heaped tii 1 , (..re Mm. mid. with
out haying awiTil, with t In mu'io sconi
fill, conti'i'.iptrums smile, drained the
glass, and. net content with tlmt. I, it it
in piece. Wo niw hi lip Nxiitil with
Mood Tho eoiniiiiiiv ni eiviil with il.
mid Khoiits of triumph tlui priKif of an
Ulicoil(iuelal-lo blon.aeh. In ulo.-li it
seeined us though tho iMtioiml honor
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"Our neighbors iu tho other booths
innut havo reached tho' samu hanev
grudoof temperattiro, for nothing was
nearu tjutextravug.uit nhouts. tho crush
lug of glow, ciurso laughter and
Tho count was not vet s:itifli il with
his victory over tho Kutllhlimnn. Wbi
ho was wallowing with
nesa mo ciassra of lunior whioh wero
ouereii to hi in lie tlnl not cinu t,i .1..
vour him with bis eves, curried awn
by a dull mudiicN. which
out His eyes, which wero tho onlv tmrt
of his impuwiivo faoo Unit moved,
gleamed morouud uioro ferociously, liko
IUOSO 01 a mauiuuil Wluu a tr.ilt:n,'L,,t
has boon put on him Tlu l.iigllshman
continued to boant of hm strength. He
I was now thoruuuhl lntini, i.o.,l .,,)
talking impiidontly enough to the oth
era, wno wero not so drunk
'So you uro verv valiant, sm vrmT
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asaca tne ouuut, still su,iliug disdain
" 'More than von.' retort! thn Fnn,
"Don Jonaro sturtecl tosnrlmrnt him.
but tho others restrained him. 8oou
calming himself, ho said:
If you lire to brave, wh not nut
your uuiki on mo taulor
" ' What for?'
" 'To pin it down with mine.'
Xbe fcngli.fhman, without an in
stout t hesitation, stretched out his
hugo, brawny hand. The count took out
of bit pocket a damuhkooncd duggor and
laid his delicate. CrOIItlomnnlv hunri nn
the EngliHliuittii't, and without hesita
tion and with a ferocious grip ho raised
the point with tho other and drovo it
through both Into tho tublo.
"Ihe women uttered a crv of terror
All of us meu run to their nnHinfini,-n
A fow left tho place in sourch of help
In an limtunt our booth was filled with
blood. From tho wounds great drops of
blood streamed, ttaiuius tho himrlUiT.
chiefs which we applied to thorn.
A doctor who huoDoncd to ba nmntu?
the bystanders drossed tho wounds pro
visionally with tho few means at his
disDOsal. Tlin connt siniln.1 u.4,il tl,,.
wero dressing hit hand. Tho Knglish
man was at sick as a horso and vomit
ing. Soon the count was doing the
tame, and both were tuken to such
rooms as the establishment had to offor
and wont to bed. Ever mm lnf. un.
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hioutitig on tho barbariHin of the deed. "
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