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I THE QUNMAKER 8
OF MOSCOW. I
STLVANUS COBB, JR. 3
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mil sneiter.us tui'tneni"
Tho cirl-wcro nowrcady,4anduill
Btrango mission, with ; noiseless
stepstthey left tlio apartment where
they, had dressed and proceeded
aiongttno corridor to the'great stair
case. Zcnohie knew there would bo
less danger thcro than to go down
tho other way among tho servants.
Having descended theso stairs, they
camo to tho great hall which oponea
ono way into the saloons. They
took tho former course and were
soon in the court The only trouble
now was in passing tho porter s
lodge at the gnto, for they knew the
great gate was not open, and to gain
the street they must pass through
tho room whero tho porter always
staid. Zcnohie went ahead and look
ed in. Tho porter sat by tho fire
playing with his dog.
"My mistress," whinnered the girl
us sho cume bock, "old John is in the
lodge, and wo need havo no fear. Ho
is a simple, good naturcd fallow, and
1 am suro 1 can get by him. Do you
' go in advance; cover up your fuce;
don t look at him, and bo suro you
don t trcmiiio. jx?avo it all to mo.
Remember, now, you havo" '
'Tear not, Zenohie. Go on."
So on they went, and when they
reached the lodgo Rosalind went in
flint and stood by the wicket, while
Zenobio followed and opened tho
door that looked into tho porter's
"Good John," sho uttered in anx
ious tones, "come and open tho wick
et for me, quick. My good mistress
is very ill, and Tilda and I are going
for tho doctor. Come; bo quick."
"But why don't somo of tho men
go?" asked John as ho started up
and forced his dog back.
"Because 'twould take them lon
ger to do tho errand than 'twill us.
But don't detain us. We shan't be
Tho honest porter had orders not
to allow the countess to pass out,
but ho thought not of that now.
He had known the gentle girl from
a cliild, and so well did ho love her
that he might not have stopped her
even had ho known sho was then
waiting to pass out. At all events,
ho could not refuse tho present re
quest, so ho came out and opened
the wicket without further ques
tion, and the girls passed through.
"Now, now," uttered Zenobie in
nervous haste, "we aro clear of the
palace. Here is the street. Our
walk is not long."
llosalind answered not; but, draw
ing her robe nioro closely about her
to keep out tho cold, biting wind,
sho hastened along by tho sido of
her companion, llopo was now nlivo
within her. She turned one glance
behind hor, and sho could see tho
light which sho had left burning in
her chamber. It scorned at that mo
ment to bo tho fiery eve of a demon
gazing after her, and instinctively
she quickened her pace.
Twice during tho day did tho
Duko of Tula call at tho imperial
lialaco without being ablo to find the
emperor, but in the evening ho was
nioro fortunate. Tho emperor was
in, and Olga was admitted at onco
to his presence.
"Well, my lord duke," said Peter
as Olga approached, "what business
cans yon irom home at this hour r
jfU8iness or importance, giro
business of lesa moment to mo than
to tho state."
Only two attendants wcro with
the emperor, ono of whom was Do
metritis tho Greek, and the place of
audienco was in ono of the private,
apartments near tho bedchamber,
whero only privileged ones wcro ever
allowed to come.
"Sire," commenced the duke,
"you rememoer tnogunmakercwht
was heforotyou not-lonir.Buicef"
"Ah, yes -thaiono whottook my
Greek's sword fromihim?;
"Tho same, sire. Ifavoyou-dicnrd
"Hy my soul, Olga, I had well
nigh forgotten tho fellow. Yes,
yes; I remember him wclhnow. He
was a right stout knave."
"Aye, and a dangerous one, too,
sire a dangerous man," said the
duke, with a dubious shako of his
"Ah I What has ho done ?"
"Why, he has been engaged in va
rious robberies to my certain knowl
edge, and only a few cveuings since
ho knocked down ono oft our holy
priests and robbed him of all he
had. Ho is at the head of a numer
ous band of desperadoes."
"Is it possible r
"I know it, siro."
"By St. Paul, I should not have
"Nor would I have believed it,
sire, had I not received proofs not
to bo questioned. I, os is my duty,
have long been nnxious to ferret out
this gnng of roblxrB" j
."But I never heard of them,. 01
sire, (.'ccfiUrfo x cave dir-'c-
tion thut you shoiJd not bg troubled
with (ho fiirair. Uut I have them
now. It is only la t evening that I
got a clew upon them. Wo found
them in en oid huildin lienr tho
river h-cru in tho Kremlin, and this
same 1! urn; evel wa with them.
But ho uiudc hi MtMiHi."
"I do icnu mbtr mo now that tha
fcl.ow luul a bold bearing and
fearless look," said the emperor huh'
to himself, "und if such a man turns
villain thtro munt be danger in it
"Aye, sire, you sjieak truly, and
no', with your order, I can uppre-
neim uio iciiow at once."
"I cun send and have it done, my
"But your officers may not find
him. I know where he is and can
huve hnn taken at once. He hus
several hiding places."
"Well, then you might do the
work with more advantage.".
"Aye, and I can have him tried
and disposed of without further
trouble to you, sire."
"No, no. I wish to see him," re
turned tho emperor. "I will give
you tho necessary order, and you
may bring him here."
Peter then turned to his secreta
ry and bade him fill an order for lla
no Novel's arrest. Tho stout mus
ter at arms looked on with a trou
bled countenance, and his glances
toward tho duke wcro anything but
lovinc.. Ho did not seem to relish
the business at all, and the cxures-
. . ...
sion or nts countenance would seem
to indicato that ho did not believe
all that tho duko had suid.
aiowevcr, tno order was soon
mado out and in tho duke's t tosses
Remember," said Peter, "rou
win nnng mm oeioro me."
"You shnll bo obeyed, sire."
If tho cmneror did not nnth-n
tho strange, dark look of tho duko
as ho turned away, the Greek did,
and he fancied, too. that ho knew
what it meant. But ho suid nothing
Olga bowed low ns ho clutched tho
order, Bnd. havinir onco more nrom-
iscd obedience, he hurried from the
imperial presence. As ho passed
out through tho wide court ho wulk-
edijlauslv and thoughtfullymid with
his head bowed. But soon' be start
ed up, his hands cume together with
an emphatic movement, and ho mov
ed on more quickly. He Imdiirnined
tho street and approached u small
court within which stood a Uiouso
of entertainment, where he etwoed.
In a few moments more a manic-amo
out from the inn, and as soon (us hu
had satisfied himself that theanew-
comer was tho duko ho spoke. I
-uiga, ist you r i
It needed but aisinnlc.clunco in,
tho dim starlight Ito recognize the
form of;tho humpbacked priest. Ho
walked quickly to where tho duko
stood, and tho two moved oil 'together.
"Now what luck?" Savotuno ask
ed as tho gained the stnet yoncu
"Good as cood as I coiildlcvcn
hope," returned tho duke. "ISIiuvo
tho power lor arresting thceVuu-
"And for executing him V
' it amounts to tho same, l am
ordered to bring him before tlio em
peror, but that is easily manured.".
Hero tho dukoistonitcd und unwed
about him. and 'then, bcndiivr his
head so that noword could postably
pass beyond Ids companion's ears,
"You can-call nnon thrco of vour
best men, ami I caiWfurnishtwo from-
among my own .servants. '-arly in
tho morning, byJtho time the Bun la
up, they must lie at the cunmuker'a,
dwelling. Iheyjmust make him an-j
gry of courses he will resist and
thcnikill him. It is very simp)
very. , They can easily dispatch hinii
thus,iand then we have only to tell
tho emperor that ho resisted tho int
end bade them secure tho duke and
tho foul priest.
llosalind Valdai gazed upon the
transformed man until tho strange
truth worked its May to her strug
gling mind, 'and then sho turned
onco more to Riirio. Sho gazed up
into his face, and sho snw the holy
smile which rested there. The joy
ful truth camo to her now, and, with
no long, low cry of frantic hope
and bliss, sho sank upon her noble
lover's bosom. She could not speak.
She could ordv cling closely and
moro close to her loved protector,
snd, with her (head pillowed close by
the heart that'ibent for her, she wept
away all tho grief of her opened
"Olga," spoke the emperor after
tho nobkunun had been firmly
bound, your race of iniquity is
run." "No, no, sire I" the duko cried irr
humble, Hirpplienting tones. "Say
not so! In this single thing I may
have been wrong, but let mv rtmd,
consuming lovo W some pnfllulion
ior my offense. Oh, yon ill not
crush mo with public shamo for
this t You will not cast fromiyou
ono who loves you well '"
"Oh, miserable man." uttered' Pe
ter, with a lock of utter contempt
upon the'bftso wretch, "add not per
jury to your alreadv accuiauhited
crimes! Hark yc, somo months
since I 'knew there was cowpiracy
in my capital, and l'knew thcrv was
much of evil, too, which m tievcr
reported to mr. I. resolved to ferret
it out, and to tlutt end I meant to
mingle annong my people without
their knowing me. So I had that
robe made and so stulTcd and wad
ded that I couil er-n hide my chin
in the scnmincJ f at. I assumed tho
gnrb, and my 4wn I master at arms I
did not at fii'ot know me. Onco in
avthile I iadc lay puo ussuraa the
gnrb aiid be.stcn in it u'uuut the
city, and thus aJl thought of eus-
peeling me w:u cut ot?. J have been
at the work, 0!i;a, and I have found
out all I tuuyht. It wua mere acci
dent that first threw me in tho way
of this youiiif gunrrutker, and it was
by accident, too, that I overheard
tjiu Count IhunonolT and his com-
paniva diseusrinir the subject of
their mission to tho gunmaker's
iiior. Of course I followed that
scheme up, and I should have
snatched our fair young countess
from your grasp ere this had I not
been desirous of arriving at another
point first. Perhaps you know that
the Princess Sophia and the Minis
ter Gullitzin have planned a grand
overturn of my throne? Ah! You
tremble! And now, my noble duke,'
the emperor continued in a deeper
tone, "I huve kurnel of your own
cuilt in that affair. Oh, you do love
me, do you ? But I know you now.
Two of your tools aro in my hands.
They ore named Totma and Viska.
They havo mudo a full confession,
und I now know till your villainies.
know what you huve planned
against this nolle countess and
against her noblo lover. I kno
what you planned against tho Count
DiimonofT. and I know, too, whut
you havo planned against your em
peror. Not a word, sir! You are
tho Duke of Tula no more. A more
worthy man wears the ducal coronet
from tiiis hour. Burio Nevel shall
assumo tho station you have dis
graced, and I know ho will ennoble
it onco mora", ,
As Peter ceased speaking he wavr
ed hia hand to his officers, and they
boro the prisoners from the room.
The priest said not a word, but Olga
cursed loudly and bitterly.
When the dark villains had gone,
Peter stepped forward and took Ros
alind's hand. There was a tear in his
eye, and his nether lip trembled.
"Fair cousin," ho said in a low,
soft tone, "I could not promise thee
that thou shouldst not wed with the
Duko of Tula, for I had qven then
planned that you should . do that
thing. But it will not be very hard,
will It r
The countess pnzed up, and a
murmur of thanks was upon her
lips, but tho gushing Hood started
forth anew, and she could only 'look
tho loyful blessings she could not
speak. Peter imprinted a kiss upon
hor puro brow "and then gave her
hand to Ruric, and as he did so ho
snid, with a warm smile:
"You must bo her guardian here
after; and should you tire of the du
ty your emperor will bo ever ready
to grant her the asylum she needs."
' A week had passed away from tho
time, of tho strange scene just re
corded, i he former duke, Olga,
had been convicted of trenson and
was now on his way to the eternal
wilds of Siberia. But let me say
hero ho never reached tho bind of
his banishment. His proud heart
broke on tho road, nnd he died, un
known and uneared for, in a peas
ant s cot among the rugged moun
tains of Urulia. He had begged of
tho ollicer who guided him not to
tell his station, and the peasants
supposed they were burying a com
mon traveler when they laid away
the mortal remains of Olga in the
cold grave they had prepared.
' Savotano, the humpbacked priest.
was executed as a common murder
er, while his companions in crimo
were punished as their various do-
grces of guilt demanded.
And now comes the closing scene.
Within the largest apartment of
tho ducal palace were assembled a
brilliant company, and tho emperor
himself was master of the ceremo
Iturlc Nevel, the cuumaker of
Moscow, knelt at the emperor's feet,
and Peter drew his sword and laid
the glittering blade upon Ruric's
shoulders, and as he did so ho said:
Arise, Sir Rune, duko of Tula,
and receive thy Just titles and bond
The youth arose, pale and trem
bling with the strange excitement
of the moment, and then tho cmper-
or handed him a broad parchment
roll, with its heavy sils and vignetto
Waring the anus of ihe dukedom.
o, erie-1 Peter, whose brow
was Hushed with ihe joy lie himself
was making, "let the rest of the
work go on. Come, holy father, wo
need vour help to perform the rest
of tho ceremony." .
Kuric Wft pale no longer. As he
felt the warm hand of Rosalind
trembling within his own tho rich
blood mounted to his brow and tem
ples, and in his dark eves the
strange lovo light danced like re
The word was spoken the bond
of union was made and, after all,
Rosalind Valdai had become Duch
ess of Tula. The widowed mother
was tho lirst to bless them,' and the
empcrtr came next. , Then came
Paul and Zvnobie, hand in hand.
"Aha!" ?poke the happv duchess
as she caugnt the new ligbt of 7
nnhio's eve and then turned to the
glowing face of Paul. "You are
playing nt the game of lovo."
"You will not object," whispered
the fair girl, hiding her face upon
the Imwoi'i of her mistress.
"No, no, Zenobie."
"And you. my master," spoke
Paul, gazing eagerly into Ruric's
face, "you will not say nay."
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aids digestion, regulates liver,' kid
neys and bowele, cures conutipstion,
dyspepsia, nervous dlscaAce, kidney
troubles, female noinplulutr;' gives
perfect health. OrlyflOc at Delta
for acceptable idssxs.
zxaie ir patented, i
THE PATENT RECORD,
tha Patkkt Rwxwo U
Chicatto-Vortland Spettlsl, via Hunt
ington leaves ! a ru for fSult Ijike, Den
ver, Ft. Worth, Omaha, Kansas City.St.
Iiuis; Cv ,ogo A Knet. Arrives 4 :IJ0 p m.
At'' tic Express via Huntington, de
ps . at 0 p m for Suit Lake, Denvcr.FU
jrth, Omuha, Kansas City, St. louie,
Jliicngoand Kasl. Arrives 8:40 ft. m.
fit. Paul fast mail via Spokane leaves
fl p m for Walla Walla, Iewiton. Spo
kane, Wallace. Pullman, Minneapolis, rt.
Paul, Puluth, Millwankep, Dhicitgo and
Kaet. Arrives 7 a ni.
OCEAX ASU RIVER SCHEDULE
Leaves 8 p m for Sim Francisco every
5 days. Arrives 4 p in.
Ix'avcs 8pm daily except Sunday, on
Saturday 10 p m for Aatoria nnd way
landings Arrives 4pm except Knnday
' Leaves daily except Sunday at (I am
for Oregon City, Xewberg, Salotn, Inde
pendence and way-land hi gs. Arrives nt
4 :30 p m except Sunday.
. f . .
Leaves Tues, Thurs, and Sat at 6 a in
for Corvallis and way-landings. Arrives
Mon,. Wed and Kri at 4 :30 p m.
LeiiTca Tues, Thurs and Sat at 7 a m
for Oregon City, Dayton and way-land,
infra- Arrives Mon, Wed and Fri at
3 :30 p m. ' -
leaves Riparia at 3:40 a m for Lewis
ton, leaves iwiston 8:M) a m for
I . :r u;,
The Burlington ' Route ranks
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 morn
than half way across the continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons absolutely
uncqualed service, it is the line YOU should
select, next time you go east. .
Omaha, Chk-ARO, Kansas City, St ' Louis so3
EVERYWHERE beyond.j -
' A. C Sheldon, General Agent,
Cor. Third and Stark Sts, Portland, Ore.
THREE COLLEGE COURSES
CLflSSIGAIi, SCIENTIFIC, LITERAR V
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY - -
The Academy prepares tor College, and gices
a thorough English Education, the best pre
paration for teaching or business. All
penses oertj loto. Board and rooms a the
' Ldies' Hall $3 to $4 per week, incluciin
electric light and heat.' '
THE CCIiLEQE DORMITORY
Under experienced management, rcil' fur
nish rooms and board at cost on the club
plan, not ti exceed $1.60
For full pai iculars, address
Forest Crocc, Oregon