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THE GUNMAKER 1
OF MOSCOW. 8
SYLVAN US COBB, JR. jj
jihyiitiau and that the old medicine
mag all condemned und an entire
new course prescribed."
"And under this new treatment
he is recovering, eh ?"
"Well, have you not taken some
measures to fix this new medicine?
By the gods, Savotano, you must
not let him slip now '."
"Ah, my lord, I havo only told
you how he explained the matter. I
have another explanation."
"What is it, sir priest ?"
"Why, they simply know that
some one has attempted to prison
"Ha! Did they say unvtHnr;
"No; there was no need.' I know
that the medicine he was taking be
fore was the right kind of medicine,
so far as it came from the hands of
the surgeon. And then there is an
other thing the count must have
had some powerful antidote on pur
pose for the poison."
"How do you know that ?"
"Simply because he would not
have now been alive had not such
been the cane. You may be sure,
my lord, that they know poison has
been administered, lhey havo dis
covered it in some way and taken
the most effective and speedy meth
od to overcome it. I know this."
"And do vou think they suspect
you?" the duke asked, with some
show of uneasiness.
"I don't know; but I fear they do.
However, that amounts to nothing
-only to prevent me from working
any further at present in the same
direction. I have not laid myself
open to detection in any way. By
heavens, 'tis too bad! In four and
twenty hours moro he would have
been a dead man."
"Then you know when tho discov
ery was made 'f
"Yes, on the afternoon before Ku
ric Xevel was captured. I was there
just beforo night, and the gunmaker
was then there, and I noticed that
the vials were gone from tbe table,
though I gave no signs then of hav
ing noticed it. They had even then
commenced some treatment for his
cure, for I could see that the appear
ance of his skin had changed. You
must not blame me."
"I do not, Savotano; but there
may be somo way left yet."
"Oh, yes; there are a hundred
ways in which wo can dispose of
- him. But I may find some way yet
before ho gets out.
"Look ye," tho duko said after a
short pondering over Jus own
thoughts; "you must watch every
chance. Something may turn up in
our favor, xou may und some op
portunity to finish him yet. I wish
"I will do all I can, be sure of
that. I shall watch narrowly. And,
now, about the other one. Young
Aevcl is safe and can bo disposed of
at any moment. I havo let him live
thus far lccause I had no orders
"Aye; that was right," replied
Olga. And as ho did so ho arose and
commenced to pace the room. The
priest followed him with his eyes,
but said nothing. At length the
duke stopped and looked Savotano
in the face.
"It would not be a difficult case
to kill him," he uttered in a low
"Not at all. Nothing could bo
"And could detection ensue ?"
"In no possible way."
"Listen," spoke the humpback as
Olga hesitated. "I strongly suspect
that 'twas this same gunmaker that
led to the investigation of that med
icine, and if it was ho theft you
will be more quickly suspected than
"Ha! Why think ye so?"
"Because he is a fellow of won
droua wit and intelligence and can
see without being told. He has had
several conferences here, and it was
from hero that he went direct to the
count's residence. He knows by
this time why tho duel was hatched
up, and if he has half the mind I
give him credit for he will know
that you are at the bottom of the
poisoning business. I am sure of
"By heavens, you are right, Savo
tano! Let him die!"
"I had thought myself that would
bo the best war, for if ho were at
large you would not be safe."
"You can havo him killed with
out noise or disturbance?"
"I think so," replied the priest,
with a wicked smile. "At all events,
his noise would not hurt any one,
for he is rather too far away from
the world to make himself heard."
"Where is her
"Why, where you recommended
in the farthest vault beneath your
old bathing house, and that "is a
J lace where he cannot be readily
"And what disposition can you
make of the body after the work is
"Why, that is simple. It can be
hidden in the old conduit. You
know, the conduit still exists there,
and probably in some places between
there and the river it is perfect, but
near the building it is all in ruins.
peri'il iv..'l'r'.'.y -:i ,
J"o, ycu Kvc. ..- ;v..u
It would litu : K :! h.!i
diie:t authority !r i.u
then fcouu- furm of trial
I j. -:v..-d
Uvll Uccvti-ury, biit txrvr v. c i.;kYC
only to f.'u to hub .', rovyk; Ltrn
to quarrel, till liirn aiul then t-.-ll
the eiiijiii.r li.iv it LapenuJ, What
"Why," returned tho j-rict-t, with
wielded irhnckit-, "I can oniv snv
that Master IVevei is done lot he is
a dead nmn."
"ilxaetly. Notliiug could be bet
After thd explanation of this
fiendish, hellish scheme the two
walked on some distance in silence.
"Stop!" uttered the duke, catch
ing his companion by the arm,
"There come two persons tliu way.
We must not meet them. Here
into this passage quick '."
It was a narrow, dark passage
leading to the .next street, into
which the duke dragged his compan
ion, and here he meant to remain
until the two persons had passed.
The fact was the duke did not wish
to . h awtn. witji, j-hft .irip,ij. t. that,
hour in the street, and it is no mat
ter of surprise that he should at
that moment have been influenced
by guilty feur. vThe two pedestrians
came on and passed the spot where
the men stood. They were females,
and one of them the priest saw In
the face.' The features were upturn
ed to tho starlight, and he recogniz
ed them. He caught the duke quick
lv and nervously bv the arm.
By the host of heaven, lie whis
pered, " twas me countess r
"Rosalind V gasped Olga.
" Yes, as sure as death !"
"Then come, quick!"
Savotano understood the mean
ing of this, and he followed the duke
quickly out. At a few bounds Olga
reached the females, and ono of
them he caught by tho arm. . She
uttered a sharp, quick cry, and as
sho turned her face up she revealed
tho fair features of the Countess
Rosalind Valdai. The priest had no
need to stop the other girl, for sho
stopped of her own accord as soon
as sho found that her mistress was
"Anal UIga uttered when he saw
that pale face. "What now, eh?
Where are you bound at this un
"O Uod I" It was all the poor girl
could utter. She saw the dark face
of her hated and feared guardian,
and the last glimmer of hope faded
from her soul
"By my soul," the duke resumed,
fastening hi grip surely upon the
maiden's arm, "it is fortunate I have
found you, for you might have fall
en into ditliculty else. - xou were
bound for the imperial palace, eh V
At first Rosalind thought of
struggling for escape, but she felt
the strong grip upon her arm, and
she knew that such a movement
could result only in her own hurm
"Say, repeated tho duXe, "were
you not bound for the palace?"
"Aye, proud duke, I was," the
countess replied, guzing up into the
man's lace. ' I was trying to es
cape from your accursed power !"
"Aliaf Ttnfr nsima wo'll film n-
ward home. You'll be better .off
there. And this is our little Zeno
bio, is it ?'
The attendant looked up, but she.
made no reply. Then Olga turned
to the priest.
"Savotano, hurry on your men in
the morning, and then come to me.
1 11 have work for you tomorrow.
By St. Paul, the work delays no
And then, with a sinking, break
ing heart. Rosalind Valdai was led
back toward the ducal palace.
STRXNCB AND COMPLICATED.
Ruric Nevel dreamed that he was
a great general and that he was up
on the evo of an engagement, lie
gained a view of tho commander of
the opposing army, and he saw that
it was the Duke of Tula. Yet the
duke had an enormous hump upon
his back, and instead of the usual
uniform he wore the garb of a
priest. This was very strange at
least so ran Rune's thoughts in the
dream. Soon the engagement com
menced, and the loud mouthed ar
tillery opened its thunder. The din
was deafening and strange, and Ru
ric shouted in vain to his aids, for
the roar of cannon drank -up his
words direct from his lips. Louder
and moro loud grew the crash, and
finally Ruric started for the charge.
His horse was shot under him, and,
with a quick leap, ho reached his
"Ruric, Ruria, my master!"
Slowly the youth opened his eyes.
and Paul stood by him in his night
clothes. IIo gazed about him and
found that he had leaped from his
bed, and now stood shivering upon
"Don't you hear that racket at
the door?" asked PauL
'What? Ha! There is some one
knocking," Ruric uttered as he
heard tbe sound.
'And have you not heard it be
"Why did yon leap up thus?"
I was dreaming.
"I thought 'twas the noise below.
Why, they've lccn making a perfect
thunder of noise down there. Shall
I go down ?"
"Yes, go, Paul, and I will dress
as soon as possible. What time is
'It must be near daybreak."
to bi co.Trtjrtmn.l ' ,
i TKiik! Seat Ints El!e.
Kvery ear a Utf nuiuS.i-r f tmt
tlfti'i ubo.- lunp ;e and
Melt! with vuujrne urn orged tr go
to anolbYr clli'i.ttp. U.it irtis l crinN
ly aiid not uIhjv -ui . 1 vi't hi an
uxllo wheit it K.iu' ew lll-"ov.
ery I ir eoiiui,;' i-.o wi'l ore you at
bou. the moil ii,'hIH1i1 med
icine for cot!.-, ii-t :! Hit thrift
aul. uuji iti-si-ara no I'Mih. The
cures result from fffHUiut u..
Trial bi lilM .'r.e .-.t I-.:e Drui; Slor.
Price &IW hihI l
lilu t Aluitm.
The old n.l-itfx lt.nl ! irMy h-jIi;-t:u..f
!!.! a in.-ww fcl, d-Mt c, pur-
Itiilivt" j-iil BBi "evil i-siiIiaJmI; for Dr.
Ktnc'rt N''v L-.V f'i'K which re
perf'-ctly notrmW-', u.-Mly 'lmul!itr
live and rmwela t 'xpt-l the poison
ous matter, i'l-:in- ktie system and
absolutely cure crmilipntion ncd sick
headache. Only '2''. At Delta Drug
IXTKOtLY mi IDIODS.
Tho hetiln.'iey lit Hli.-ial circle at
Wahlu(ttoi! to aewpt Mr. Oiiriiej;iers
goffer oi 110,00 ).tU'i "in (Jnitwl
S ates Steel Ciup(i' Unids a
singular li-ioiiieiiou. 'fW mi.
lion (tint If tliM trut i KiMTpttd as
lirnl otJV-rtd "the veruiii!-nt would
be a stockholder in the xteel trust" if
a tliinxy und (txlso eoueiiiHion
The gfiveruiueut is aektd to atvet
Ibis sum unit eoutro! it a.v trustee for
specific furpwt which wn be of no
pccnui-ry tx-neSi vtlmti-ver to the
trustee .r Hiiy of i in (.Itl'-ixlj. D-es a
man who Hceepn m n iru-t h nrirt
KHg on real i'.-n i-cui-ii ly a
butcher ti" tin-rt-iiy tiie;iuM : part,
ner in the butcher inur butinew? Uei
It seems M". Ciiin':!1 will convert
the bolide 1 fit- c.ixli. . They ttre ( per
cent IhikI.i aiid .vii tst t preirilum
whh ll will bring nt !"-.! (t ilillii n
sud a liu'f dollitrs ; l-ll ti'ine.l to the
Tho 8teil comb it:ion tuay huve
many (ueHtioiiatiN- nKi-t itnd those
who are now ni:i Ihk 'hi iinanelitl
ohjecllon und showing tills fine Ihk-tidiou.-4nes.-4
iilxmt aeeiiptint; a trunt
consisting oi mortgage ikxkU miht
more prohtuhly diree-t their elforis to
measures .revr-ntng Inn power of
steel tru-st itself from being used lo
dlond'vant:itre and hurt of the public.
A "play t the gHllerita" mlfleadH
no one. CoTvu'tU Oaneltw.
A I'relltable lnetinent.
''I was troubled Tor about seveu
yeurx with my stomach and io bed
half my time," ny E.. Deuilck,
gomervlll Iud. "I spent about
ll,000,anl never could get anything
to help me until I tried K'xJol Ds
pepMia cure, i Imve taken a lew
botiie and utn eutlrely well." You
don't live by whst you eat, hot by
what yodigtKtand .(ssimilHt-.'. If ynur
stoumeh iloeno'1 iliKest your (ood vou
are really starving. Kod l Dyfx p-
sia Cure does the itoiuHeb's work by
diirestinK trie food. You don't huve
to die!. Eil all want. Kodol Dj -
pepttia I'ure cures all nloiuach trou
bles. Delia Drutf 8lore.
Uiplouiatie ttiime fur au Empire
'Any American who wihliew to
unden-tuod what the KussIhds are ilo-
ing In Manchuria, and to graxp the
matter ao flruily und underntunding
ly that he cun nhul bis eyes and, see
it all, must read a neries of papers
from the pen of Senator Beveridge,
ot Indiana, now apiHttring in the
Saturday K veil ing Pont, of Pbiladel
pbia. Mr. Beveridge's first article
in this series appeared on November
16. This energetic young statesman
who took hli eat in tho eeuate two
year.i ago with a reme.rkable kuowl-
edge of the Philippine rfiluetinn ba-ied
upon Keveral uiouihri f travel aod
study on the ground, has been spend
ing half the year since congress ad
journed in revisiting the far Essi,
going this time by way of Euroj,
and crewlng SilrU itod Maoehnria
under circiunineeH whieh gave him
an intimate nrqualiiuuee with the
newest ahhtIh of the expunhion
niovenients of the Husnitm empire.
Ilsrdly any other man io public life
lias Mr. Bevertdgu's iower of vivid
Child Worth Million.
"My child Is worth millions to
sic," aays Mrs: Mary Blr I, of( Har
risburg, Pa., "yet I would have lost
her by croup had I not purchased a
bottle of One Minute Cough Cure.'
Ooh Minute Congli Cure is n tiure
cure for coukIh', croup, and throat and
Iuiik trouble An ab-rhitpy safe
oough euro which acta imnmiialely.
The young'st child can tnke it with
entile safety. The I tile ones like
the ta.-te and renieaiber how often It
helpi-d them. Every family should
havo a tx.ttle of One Minute Couli
Cure handy. At thii s-on especl
'ly it may bo tieeilrd suddenly.
Dslt Drug t-'t-Ti-.
Acgelabie I'reparationfor As
ung ihz Stuuuchs artLDowvIs oT
ness and lVsi Conlahis ndlhtr
Opium.Morphute nor XiiicraL
sM a UiilH
r.or Xfts and ChHiircn.
3Th? Kind .You Have
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Aperfecl Remedy forConstipati
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Tvorms .convulsions .revensiK
ness and L03S OF SLEEP.
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until ho wai Vkhil'y
sure Eleetrii! Ititu-r.-i -.yml Uh
This rttiirdy cxru-i'.- irjiiUiii
disease rwui.i and pun !; Uh
aids dic-idioti, riiiliii -t :iv -
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THE patek'i Rrr.nsn. I ' Address, A. t . I K Mi;.
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If is 8,000 Miles Long.
amonc the H W$
Tho IJinlmgton Ko.tte ranks
greatest of the world's railroads.
Over fc.ooo miks Ioiir; employing V,ooo
men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in tho
tloven stales traversed by its lints; having
through-car arrangements which -xtend more
than hikif w.iy a. toss the continent and earn
estly btrivin to give its pntruns al)solutn)y
unequaled si-rmcc, it is tho line VOU should
select, nest time yoi f i-ast.
Orr-ha. CM.aru. Kr.maa City, St Louis and
EVl.KV WKKRK bcyonJ.
A. C. Skiltxiw, General Agent,
Cor. Tbiid and Eurk Sta, Portland, Ore.
i-tf J77i"ni ffM -kli-i-i
THHEE COLLEGE COURSES
CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY
f Y 'U-i fw Haw im Bwnn
santa, If lui It fto I !rl Bsujjt
Avon 'Si Rise.-, X. V., Feb. 1. 1901.
Dr. Taft Cro. Med icina Co.
Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from a . .;e el lntr, having tented the
womhrful i-llett of V"iir Aathnialene. for tin- rure 01 A'-linia. M wife ha been
aflirted with spainiixlic anthuia for the pnst 12 v.-:-ii. i;in exhausted my own
wkill aa well a many others, I chanced to see your !- ii;nn your wimlowion I'With
-itrt-et tn isew lor-, l at onre oDUineu a bottle 01 ;Uiii:ir.f .,c. Aiy wile niinmen
ced taking it about the 1st of November. 1 vi-rv s -mil i iii n i a mdieal improve
ment. After nring one bottle her Aithma had rl sapp" '--I i"il she it entirely free
from all symptoms. 1 feel that I ran conu-41-nt'y rt-iinonind the n.eilu-ine to all
who are atllicted with this distressing disease. ours r'-Kpri'tfiilly,
(I. I l li. I, M. D.
Dr. Talt Hros'. Molicine Co. Feb. 6, 1801.
lientlemen : I was trooblod with Asthma for '21 yeur. I liam- tried numemni
remedien, bnt they hare all lailed. Iran arros yunr aiiVtriiKirnent aod started
with a trial bottl. I found relief at ow. 1 huve aim o prrcianeH your full-aize
bottle, ami I am ever grateful. 1 have a family of four iliiloren, an-l for alt years
was unable to work. 1 am now in the best of health aln! nm iloii-c l-ucinewi every
dav. Thif teatimonr Ton can make such are id a you see In. RAI'lIAEI
Home address, 2:16 Kivinirton street, 07 Kant Ulith ( Ity.
Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal.
Do not delay. Write at onre, addiesaing Mi. TAFT Iil.'O"., MEDICINE CO.
79 East lSUtb St, K. Y. City.
The Academij prepares for College and flircs
a thorough Lngl'sh, Education, the best pre-,
paration for teaching or business. All
penses renj lo.o. Board and room; o the
Ldies' Hal! $3 fo ?4 per roeeh, includin
flectric liglit and heet.
THE CCLLEQE DORMITORY
Under expariencp'l management, tciP fur
nish rooms and board at cost on th club
plan, not to excd $1.6 !
For full pai icuiara, address
Foreyt Groce, Oregon