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THE GUNMAKER i
SYLVAJfUS COBB, JR.
THWARTED, BIT SOT SUBDUED.
It was long after micluight, and
yet tho Widow Nevel had not
sought her bed. She was now pac
ing to and fro across her kitchen
and tho boy Paul sat nodding in his
choir. Suddenly the woman stop
ped, ana ruul started up.
. "Do you think that message, was a
false one?" she asked, looking the
boy in the face.
"I don't know," he returned. "If
he came from the black monk, as he
said ho did, then I think lie spoke
"Oh, they would not have de
"No, my mistress; I am sure they
"But it is very late."
"Hark! There are bells."
The widow heard them, and, with
wildly fluttering heart, she sank
into a chair.
"They have stopped in front of
the house," uttered Paul, whose ears
"Go go open"
Paul started. The widow heard
tho door opened, and sho heard
voices in the hall. Ia a moment
moro the inner door was opened,
and she looked up. Sho saw a man
ly form; sho heard tho magic word
"Mother 1" trembling upon tho air.
With one low cry of joy sho started
to her feet, and in tho next moment
she was clumped to tho bosom of her
"Did I not tell you I'd bring him
back to you?" cried Vladimir, rub
bing his hands with joy.
"Oh, God bless you, sir!" tho wid
ow murmured, gazing through her
tears into tho monk's face.
"So, so," returned tho strange
man. "Tho blessing of an honest
soul is reward enough for one night,
so I'll tako myself off for tho pres
ent." "No, no," cried Kuric. "You'll
remain hore till morning."
But the monk could not bo pre
vailed upon so to do. Ho had busi-
ncss to attend to, and ho could not
stop, and ho hurried away as quickly
as possiblo to avoid tho thanks that
wero showered upon him.
After Vladimir was gone Kuric
sat down and related to his mother
all that had occurred since that day
on which ho left her to go and see
tho count. Sho tromblcu fearfully
as ho related tho diabolical attempts
that had been mado upon him, and
when ho had concluded sho sat for
few moments liko ono in a painful
"And do you think," she said at
length, whilo a cold shudder ran
through her frame, "that tho Duke
of Tula was tho causo of all this ?"
"I am sure of it, my mother."
"Then you aro not safo yet"
"But I Bhall 8co the emperor."
"I havo Been him, my son."
"Why, ho said if wo could find out
who had dono yon harm ho would
punish them. Then I asked hiui,
"Suppose it was a duko ?" and he said
in that caso he should havo to look
into the matter. Oh, I fear ho would
not daro to punish the powerful
"Perhaps not, but yet, my moth
cr, I will givo him credit for better
things. Yet," tho youth continued
in a sad tone, "thcro is one for
whom I care moro than self and
who is now within tho wicked duke's
power. Oh, sho is his beyond any
power of the emperor I"
"Not absolutely beyond his pow
er, is sho?" the mother asked.
"Why, of courso, Peter has tho
power to set nsiilo any wardship, but
'twould not bo policy for him to in
terfere in tho doinostio affairs of his
powerful nobles. I feel sure that
his heart would bid him intcrfero,
but his judgment would oppose it.
You have Been Kosalind f"
"And was sho unhappy when she
knew that I was missing ?"
"Ah, Ruric," returned the moth
er, with a kindling eye, "you do not
know how that noblo girl loves you t
Oh, her heart was almost broken
when she knew that evil had befall
The widow bad it in her mind to
tell of tho scene which had transpir
ed upon the duko'a coining into tho
maiden's presence when she wis
there, but sho thought a second timo
re sho spoke, and she then conclud
ed not to speak of it at present, for
she know 'twould only servo to give
her son additional pain without be
stowing any benefit.
"By heavens," uttered Rurio at
the end of a troubled rcvorio and at
tho same timo clasping his hands
vehemently together, "was ever man
so surrounded ly impenetrable mys
tery before! This monk is surely a
good man. Ho has served me well,
and I am suro he would serve mo
moro if opportunity offered. But
who is he ? Have you found out any
thing concerning him?"
"1 have not, my son."
"But ia It not strange ?"
'And so they conversed until their
drooping lids would no longer re
main opart, and then, having fir.it
rendered up their thanks to tiod and
exkod his help for tho future, they
retired to tloir reHpwtive places of
rest.llurio had.strftnge.drenms, and j
for the Jiff of hi:;i l.e could not tell
whether they v.vre gocd or bud.
Once l.e di'eiij:;-! that he was u dako
himself aul t.'.nt lie had a tvife
tthofO fuc; hi- IkuI never teen. Sho
oi:ld not raiao lie.- veil until tho
eercniof-y was, erforij;:d. Then fhe
removed the otstnsttiou, end Buric
started on beholding the face of
Vladimir, tho monk! And then
Vladimir seemed to say, "All this
I havo done for thee. l)o you like
it?" Aiid Iiuric dard not object,
because v Jauirhir had dono so much
And now whilo Uuiie awakes
from his dreams and wonders what
they mean let us look in and see
what is going on in tho ducal palace,
it was early morning, and the
Duke of Tula was onco more in his
own private apartment. Ho had not
slept well, lor he, too, had hud
dreams, and they wero troublesome
ones. Ihey hung about him even
now, ana they tiled his mind with
dark and gloomv forebodings. Ho
paced to and fro across tho apart
ment, sometimes stopping nnd bow
ing his head and then starting on
again with new clouds upon inn
brow. Thus ho walked and pondered
until no was aroused by a stealthy
lootiall cioso bv tho door.. Jle stop-
M'd und listened. Ho knew tho step,
Twas the one ho had been waiting
for. lie moved to tho door and
opened it, and tho humpbacked
priest, savotano, entered the apart
ment. By St. Taul, Savotano, I feared
you would never como," tho duke
uttered as his workman closed the
door behind him.
"I would have come sooner if I
could, my lord, but even now it 1b
early morning. Tho sun'i3 hardly
abovo tho city walls."
"Well, it is early, I know, but I
havo not slept well."
"I havo not slept atmll, my lord."
"No, Savotano. You look worn
and weary. But you have been at
"Aye; I hove."
"And you havo como to tell me
tho result of that work. Does it
movo you so to do such 'work? I
thought you were used to it ?"
I ho priest gazed into hisimaster s
faco, but he did nobspeak.
"Bah!" uttered Olga contemptu
ously, -what is tho Killing or a
man? But tell mc, did you conceal
tho body so that no ono will find
It was some moments before Sa
votano spoke. His frame trembled,
and his hands worked nervously to
gether. But at length ho said in a
"Ho is not deadmy lord."
"Not dead yet? But you promis
ed mo he should be'
"I know, but we omtld not do it."
"Bah ! I gave you crcdit.for more
firmness. Not kill a man? What is
thcro so tcrriblo in that ?"
"You misunderstood mc.mv lord.
Wo did all wo could toward killing
him, but ho escaped us.
"Hold I" cried tho duke, starting
forward and grasping tho priest by
tho shoulder. "You do not mean
that lluric Novel has escaped you ?"
"Ho has, my lord."
"llut not entirely. You do not
mean that ho has fairly; gouo from
out your hands ?"
"He has, my lord. But listen"
"Listen, thou bungler! By tho
saints, what story can you tell to
make thnt smooth and reasonablo?
You had him in your power,.and you
should havo kept him."
But, my lord, tho devil himself
is working for that num. Wo went
hiBt night to kill the fellow, and I
waited all of two hours for Totmn
and Vifka, but the rascals did not
come, and I engaged' others."
And did they provo treacher
ous ?" cried Olga in sudden passion.
VNo, my lord; they did their best.
but they wero interrupted by that
accursed monk, who cutno bucked by
some dozen men."
"What ! Do you meamlhatVVladi-
"And with a band of armed
"Then, by tho gods, I there's
1 know not what to tlnnk.iiny
lord," returned Savotano in an Sun
easy, perplexed tono. The only
men who are absent arciljeskoiTot-
ma and Frederic Viska, aiuI they ro
Burcly our best men.
But you see plainly Ithuti there
must have been treachery" cxthiim
cd tho duko passionately. "Oh,how
I would liko to know Uictmanl.'And
did this monk carry-ott? thcgun
maker?" "Ho did. And ho rnaahircduour
of our men. I escaped (without be
"That is fortunate"
"1 mean that the monkididtnot
see me, nor did anyu his fallovrre.
But tho gnnmakcr saw nve."
And do you think hcmwtrused
fnu had any hand inhlictmnttertof
I phould judgowo," retturned tho
priest, with a pixmliur liwingo of
vengeance altout th lips. "Tho vil
lain knoekedme down.
"Aye ; tho nmmentilio saw me.
"Hut do you tiinkjh knows any
thing about it ?'
No. I do notthinMiuMloos. IIi
rnn only swpeel:"
Ti,.. .'M v... I i.:.
t iiv ii m- i& ill iv j'rvi itr linn
f your ova mennro to 1ms depended
upon. Jiut Uivetthat to me. Ultix
that matter with 'tho emperor. I'll
soo him this teryidny. and ho sure he
shall have a Morvythot can destroy
all evidence whichiihcee fellows can
-mn i mvi tiw, mVioro.'
"2Cot vet, Savotano. I must havo
your help within a very short time
l!y the true God, I swear that th
Countess Boeblind Vuldai bhall he
iny wife within the present week,
I'll place the seal of fact upon that
matter at once, ieur not, lor
know inv influence over the emperor
will shield von from all harm. Whv,
Peter would sooner lo.-:o his righ
hand than lose me."
"Then most surely I will remain,
my lord, for I much wish to perform
that ceremony lor you. liut who is
this black monk this Vladimir t"
The duko started across the floor,
and for some moments he continued
pacing to and fro. When ho stop
ped, he brought his hands together
with an energetic movement, and,
looking tho priest sternly in the
"Let that monk ho who ho may,
whether mun or devil, God or saint,
I'll destroy him! I havo tho power,
and I'll uso it. As warden of the city
1 havo tho power to arrest him upon
suspicion of conspiracy. I'll do it!
Whero is he now ? '
"I know not."
"Never mind; I'll to tho emperor
first. I'll study my plan, and ere the
sun sets it shall bo carried out. By
heavens, i ll ho batlled thus no more,
I could havo wished that this gun-
maker had been quietly out of tho
way, for then all would havo been
clear und plain, and I should not
havo feared the trouble of his clom
oring about my ears. But let him
go. i would not givo much for tho
life ho has left. I'll dispose of him
soon. But that monk ! By heavens.
ho dies at once and without consul'
tation with, tho emperor, for X can
6weur no is a conspirator."
uood 1 ejaculated the priest.
And thus the business was ar
ranged for tho present. Passion
helped the duko wondrously in hi3
conclusions, and tho wish was mado
into the power. But even before
the priest left tho stout nobleman
began to wish that ho had a very lit-
tlo moro power. In fact, as ho camo
to reason ho began to doubt, but ho
mvo up not ono idea of the plan ha
had formed for the vengcanco his
loul so madly craved.
TRANSACTIONS OF A NIGHT.
"I daro not ! Oh, I dare not !"
"But it is your only hope."
"And whither shall we go ?"
"Anywhere rather than remain
hero. Oh, my mistress, if you do
stay hero you know tho fato which
awaits you. There is no other
means of escape from tho wicked
"And I must thus cast myself
among strangers, lose my all of
'Hold, Rosalind! By St. Paul,
thcro is surely one in Moscow who
will hcln vou t Let us tra to the em
peror. Oh, if ho bo the man I havo
heard, ho will surely listen (
"Ah, Zcnobic, the duko is high in
power, and his influenco is great at
court. Peter would not dare to
"It may bo so, but I do not believe
it. And yet, my mistress, lust think
for one moment how you stand In
that respect. You have nothing to
lose. This life of earth, with all its
pains and sorrows and with its most
exquisite tortures, holds nothing
worse for you within tho bounds of
Sossibility than to become the
uke's wife. If thcro wero but ono
chanco in the thousand, you had
better try it. Remember, you eon
not possibly lose anything, but tho
chances are for you. Let us go to
"This evening, after the darkness
of night has gathered over the city,
let us go. I tell you I do not bclievo
tho emperor will deliberately eufler
a great wrong to be done lor the
sako of pacifying tho duke. Ho has
more - noblo Independence than
The young countess did not an
swer at once. Sho pressed her small
white hand hard upon her brow, and
thus sho remained for some time
buried in profound thought. At
length she raised her head, and tho
firo of determination was in her eye,
"1 will go," sho said. "I will go
to the emperor. He will help me if
ho has a human heart.
"You havo ono satisfaction, my
mistress he cannot harm you."
"1 mean that vou can but be made
to marry with Olga, and all other
harm would he as nothing compared
"Ave; vou aro riuht, Zenohie. Wo
will go this very night."
The more Kosahnd pondered up
on this new resolve tho moro hope
1 she derive from it. Kre long sho
eon versed more freely with her at
tendant, and at times that old smile
would struggle for a moment upon
her fare. Yet she hod gloomv mo
ment. too. Her fear was too deeply
fixed to he swept away so easily.
The afternoon passed awoy, and
os the shuiles of night gathered over
the great city the two girls were
nstir. Zenohie gathered together
luch articles of clothing as would bo
heeded and then priveeded to pre
pare her mistress for the adventure.
"Pear not," she said as she drew
on Rosalind's robe of fur, "for thcro
ran be no danger worse than that wc
ttoe from. Try only to remember
that you lhe from the duke's foul
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THE PATEM EECCEi),
1 Pi V
The Burlington Route ranks among the
greatest of the world's railroads.
Over 8,ooo miles long; employing 35,000
men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in the
eleven states traversed by its lines; having
through-car arrangements which extend more
than half way across the continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons absolutely
uneqtialcd service, it is the line YOU should
select, next time you go east. v
Omaha, Chicigo, Kansas City, St. Louis and
THREE COLLEGE COURSES
CLASSIGAIi, SGIEflTIFIG, IiITERARV
The Academq prepares tor College and gicc3
a thorough English Education, the best pre
paration for teaching or business. All
penses cenj lotr. Board and rooms a the
Ldica' Hail ?3 to 81 per tceeh, includin-v-lcctric
light and heat.
THE COLLEGE DORMITORY
Under ej.p cr.ccd management,
nish rooraa cn.i board at cost on
plan, not to exceed $1.50
For full pji iculsrs, address
Fomt Gr:c, Oregon
When ieorle re contemjilaiin; a tnji
whether on busines oi c'ci'-jte, i!v-T
nnt'irai'v VVJt t!n I'tvl srrkv li.
iivt ii lit- o ur as rotnrt a-id
s.uei;.- is wntfrnuit. I rr u'eec of
iho lii'jsrnnsin Central I,'intn j:;iid
lo elV 'iie (lUbllc aoit our :r lint !
i.pur.ite'! so as to ninkw r'o ihihh.
i:in wtili iHvoiirR linc-J m a!: j.:r'..
Puliuian Palace Sleeping and Chair Cai4
on through trail).
ut Dining Cr service unexoeljiil.
In order to obtain thin first ciug rttv j
k the ticket aertt lo Nell you a
WISCONSIN CMAL LKIS.
Direct coniiectiori at Ciiicaso f n-i
wnukee for all Eastern point. . . ,
For full information call
ticket tuieiii, or write
on your m arct,t
Ja- C. Fond, or Jas, A. Cl.oc i,
(jen. Pal. Aat., (iynernl A.tfont,
Milwaukee. VVin. VMri Suuk
T1XE StHKDDLES KKOM l'ORTMM)
Chicago-Portland Special, via Hunt
ington hniroH 9 a m for halt Luke. Dcp-
j Vcr "Orth, Oma'i.i. Knnsiit Cily.si.
Louis, Cv jgo & flnst. Arrives 4 toO p m.
I At" tic Express via Huntington. dc
j po . at 0 p m for Salt Lake, Denver.Kt.
i jrtii, Omaha, Kansas City, St. niH,
whicngo ;ind East. Arrives
Pt. Paul furt mail via pnknno leave 3
Ii p m (or Walla Wulia, ljwiston, Sno
kar.e, VVIIiice. I'ulhnan, Minneapolis, St.
Paul, puluth, Millw.iul.ee, JJhicago imil
KB"t. Arrives 7 am.
OCEAS AXU RIVEK SCilEKt l.K
I'jave" f p m for Sun Francisco every
5 d lys. A i . ives 4 pm.
I.ec- - S p in da".- except .Sont'py, on
Saturday 10 o ni for Antoi ia mid nitv-itindin.-i
. ive 4pm extept fcuiuhi y
leaves daily except Sundav at tt a in
for Oregon City; Xewberg, Siilom. Inde
pendence and way-landino. Arrives at
4 :i50 p m eNcept Sunday'.
Ix-.ives Tues. Thms, and Sat r.t (1 a in
for Corvaliis and way-landings. Arrives
Mon, Wed and Kri nt 4 :C0 p ni.
fon City. nanand "v.!an":
lings. Arrives Mun, Wed and Fri nt
I T iW... Tt....;. Tl.... I c? -
Leaves Kiimria nt 3:10 a m for fwis-
itor1, ie.ivts Lewiston 8::;o a m for
' Kipa ria.
( I ort anil.
Aiilrws, A. I. (I!
A. C. Sheldon, General Agent
Cor. Third and Stark Sta, Portland, Ore.