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By ALFRED BALDE
The village or town they had taken
was a collection of huts made of upright
canes, thatched with paja. In the cen
ter was the plaza of the temple, and in
this stood the temple itself, a large
house, one story high, built like the
huts. The open front showed the shape
less log of wood which had been wor
shiped as a god, already thrown down,
while before it lay the bodies of three or
four priests slain in their attempt to de
fend the altar. Some blood red flowers,
remains of the morning offering, were
scattered about, and the coals of the sa
cred fire yet showed spots of red. At one
side was the heap of gold ornaments torn
from the altar arid the god carelessly ly
ing there, waiting until the rest of the
booty should be collected. Down the
street in which the battle had raged
Spaniards were examining the bodies of
the dead and stripping off the gold.
As the young soldier sat there a group
of captives guarded by five or six sol
diers attracted his attention. There were
many women and children, some old
men who mourned over the fate of their
people, and some in the prime of life.
Many a gaping wound showed itself on
the bodies of these warriors, and their
sullen looks were evidence enough of the
feelings which raged within their
breasts. But it was not bn these that
Don Francesco’s thoughts dwelt. Near
to him and seated on the ground, her
white cotton robe half torn from her
shoulders, was an Indian girl of about
fifteen. This was Nechtla, the sister of
Bocho-Amino, war chief of the Guaje-
The relación of the Frey Juan Gon
zales, in which I found this story, de
scribes the girl as looking like one from
the old Gothic families of Spain, and the
old Franciscan adds, quaintly enough.
“She was beautiful enough, without the
aid of the devil she served, to do all that
came.” I fancy, then, that Nechtla musí
have been a pure brunette, with large
and soft black eyes, a perfect figure, ex
quisitely beautiful hands and feet and
long black hair. Probably she possess
ed that appealing expression which may
even now be seen iu half breed Indian
girls, an expression which cannot he de
scribed, but which is inexpressibly touch
Whatever she looked like, she was
such a one as Don Francesco Medina had
never seen before. He had influence
enough with Colonel Honradez to cause
her to be carried on a litter during the
leug and toilsome march hack, and it is
certain that he talked to her a great deal.
Colonel Honradez did not care; it was a
rough age, and if Don Francesco Medina,
the son of the captain general, chose tc
take a fancy to an Indian captive, what
did it matter? She was of no use as a
slave; in fact, the stern old Spanish
soldier would not have burdened himseli
on the march with her so long as the
thrust of a knife would have been less
That the young man should prefer
having her to receiving the share of gold
he had offered to give up in return
amused Colonel Honradez not a little,
hut for all that the colonel resolved
good naturedly Francesco should not
suffer when the yellow metal in those
bundles, bound in raw hide and carried
by the men who were guarded so care
fully, came to he weighed and divided.
In due time the party reached Cartha
gena; there were fresh -slaves to take
their places on the walls, and the cap
tain general was delighted when he heard
the story of his son’s behavior in his first
fight from the lips of Colonel Honradez.
The two men laughed together as the
colonel described the Indian girl and the
reason why she had, been brought to the
coast, but the captain general cared as
■little about his son’s act as did that son’s
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THAT TIRED FEELING
He found ten minutes, too, in which to
gallop out to the little hut.
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nobleman and the Indian girl were in a
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rejoicing; it proved he was a greater a day when all prisons
imagine, but A Pretty Girl’s Request That Crushed Her
warrior than were they. Then, too, she misery and pain I can
it was sufficiently horrible I can be
Enchanted Acnnirer.’ *~
knew, what no one- else knew, the ten that
der respect with which he treated her, lieve. The girl was taken on a charge
was leaning up against
the devoted love he showed by every act of conspiracy, and it
the hotel counter talking to the clerk.
and word. She had heard of Spaniards
• ‘You look worried about something, ”
ever .since she could remember, as bru the feeling that afty <>Pen violence would said the clerk.
tal, cruel, pitiless, and' she saw around cesco and his father that alone saved her
“I am,” responded, the drummer
her abundant evidence of it all; but this
promptly. “I saw the prettiest girl on
man was not brutal. He treated her as
the train today I have seen in a dozen
no Indian woman she had ever heard of was sent to Don Francesco, or by whom, years of travel. ”
had been treated by a man. And when
“That oughtn’t to worry you. ”
he urged that she be baptized and be news may have traveled from slave to
“Pretty women have worried better
come a Christian in order that they
men than I am/” ventured the drum
might be married she \ assented with a pened, and was in Carthagena again mer.
gladness she could never have put into within the week. His arrival seems to
“.Who was she?”
have been the signal for a battle royal
“Blamed if I know. ”
words. Frey Raphael Quevedo, who had between his father and himself, during
“Didn’t get acquainted with her?”
been Don Francesco’s tutor, welcomed which he swore to take his own life if
“Of course not. You. must think I
the convert with an almost holy joy and anything happened to the Indian girl,
visited the little home Francesco had “defying, therefore, his excellency, the get acquainted, with every woman I
put her into to talk and reason with her. captain general and the holy saints,” sea”
She was baptized under the name of says Father Juan. That his excellency i. “You: do, don’t you?”
“No, I don’t, nor do any of us.
believed he would carry out his threat
I like to think of this period in the seems probable, for nothing appears to That’s a vile slander on the profession. ”
lives of these two, because they must have been done with Nechtla except ... “Did you try to?” asked the clerk,
have been very happy. What time he keeping her in orison
with a smile of doubt.
could spare from his military duties
“No, I didn’t. ”
[TO BB OOHtnUBO)
Francesco spent with the girl, and she,
“Then what’s worrying you?”
to please him, abandoned her native
“The way she treated ma ”
DEALING IN HUMAN HAIR.
dress and so far as possible clad, herself
“What did she do?”
like a Spanish woman. Among the cap How Makers of Wigs and Switches Treat
The drummer fired his half smoked
Their Stock In trade.
tives was her uncle, a man who is called
cigar at the cuspidor viciously.
El Tigre in the story. Francesco bought
“Dealing in human hair is a peculiar
“Well,” he explained, “after I had
him from the government, so that the business, ” said the proprietor of a wig been gazing at her for an hour or so, I
two lived in the same hut. There must making establishment to a reporter. thought I’d try her with a newspaper.
have been some gossip among the people “People do not understaiil the ins and She declined it with thanks and a beau
of Carthagena over what was going on, outs of a business that must on its face tiful smila Then I tried her with a
but of this I could find but little trace. I seem so simple.
new novel, with the same result Then
imagine, too, the captain general may
“The mère matter w obtaining hair I sent over some nice fresh fruit, arid it
have spoken to his son sometimes, but it with which to
itches and came back. Then I wanted to fix the
is certain there was no quarrel between other hairwork to EHnWads poorly window for her, and again the thanks
them prior to the time that Frey Raphael favored by nature se^feasy, but . it is and the declination. That lovely smile
sought the presence of the count and jot so. We have to excise the greatest is what broke me up, ” si^Sd the drum
with much agitation informed him that care in buying hair, itbeing absolutely mer, “and I was sure if I had half a
Don Francesco had requested him to necessary to know froa what source it chance I would get acquainted. About
celebrate a marriage between .himself has been obtained. A Treat deal of hair 10 minutes after I had made the last of
and the-Indian girl.
comes from the ash barels and garbage fer the train stopped at a station, and
The shock to the feelings of the father piles. You can see that material of this she nodded for me to come over. By
when he heard this story was naturally kind would not be at all desirable, yet George, I was sure I had made a 10
very gseat. Don Alphonso Medina came people often wonder why' one wig. costs strike, and I fairly flew to her.
from one of the proudest families in all four times as much at another when in
“ ‘Will you do me a favor?’ she asked,
Spain. He had been himself a distin appearance both are the same.
with that same enchanting smile, as if
guished soldier, he had risen high in the
“The source from which the hair is I wouldn’t have done her a million,”
service of the government, and for his obtained has a great deal to do in deter and the drummer sighed again.
only son and heir he could look for a mining the price' of tie goods. If? hair
“ ‘Certainly, with the greatest pleas
marriage among the greatest houses of has been cut form afever patient, the ure, ’ said L
his own country. That Francesco should price asked is considerably lower than
“ ‘Well,’ says she, ‘suppose you get
dream of marrying the daughter of even if it had been cut from the head of a' off at this station and take the train for
one of the Spanish families then in healthy person. Hail retains disease Detroit that comes along this evening.
Carthagena would have been sufficiently germs longer than anything elsa (That You make me dead tired where you
monstrous; but an Indian, a slave—I this is appreciated is shown by the fact ara’ ”
He did not believe the story. The Frey that even after hair fonnd in uncertain
The clerk’s eyes filled with tears, and
Raphael repeated it over and over again, places has been put through the severe the drummer went out and stood in the
declaring in the most positive way that he cleansing process to which all the; ma door gloomily. —Detroit Free Press.
had reasoned with Don Francesco until terial used is subjected, still it does not
beyond any question he had found him command the same price as the healthy
to he in earnest. Don Francesco did not article. One would think that-this proc
An invention, which would be a for
appear to be mad, he said, but seemed ess would kill all disease germs, but it tune to the inventor and manufacturer,
to be perfectly cool. He had even said does not seem to increase the value of is a portable piano—that is, a keyboard
he thought he could induce his father tc such hair.
of six octaves, inclosed in a plain .case
consent. At this the captain general
“When hair is' collected, it is thrown 41 inches long, 18 inches broad and 8
forgot his courtesy and stormed and into
vats of boiling water, where’it is inches deep; each note to be very faint,
swore until Frey Raphael fairly ran out
boil for a considerable time. but pure, distinct and as correct in tone
of the room. Then Don Alphonso, in a After to that
it is put through a chemical as the best pianoforte manufactured;
maze of perplexity and anger, sent fol
and then, after being part of the top of the case to open and
Colonel Honradez, to whom he told the
sorted in sizes, it is show the keyboard, with a small folded
laid away for a year. We never usd any easel for the music to rest upon, the
Colonel Honradez, after cursing him hair that has not been treated at least a other part of the top to open to allow of
self for not having had the girl killed, year. Each box is marked with the date the instrument being tuned.
suggested the best thing was to have this
Such an article would be invaluable,
which the hair- was treated, the
negligence on his part remedied at once, on
as it could be placed on a writing table
and offered to see the work done properly, we have a full history of every bit of or dressing table in a bedroom, and the
To this the captain general demurred— hair in stock.
tone being faint its use could not annoy
not, I need scarcely say, on the girl’s ac
other people when the amateur was prac
count, for Don Alphonso would gladly
ticing. It could be carried about in a
have seen herself and her whole tribe vinced that women cabnot claim exclu leather case as ordinary luggage; and
burned rather than such a trouble asthif
title to vanity. We find men who when not in use could stand in a corner
should have come—but because he knew sive
a sitting or bedroom. The price
are hairless more difficult to please than of
something of his son’s disposition. Were women.
Jmviug tills should be moderate, as such an instru
such a thing done Francesco would nevei bald spot covered just so, and their way ment would be sure to become very pop
forget nor forgive if he really loved the invariably happens to be the only «way ular.—Philadelphia Record.
girl, and- at this thought the captain in which it cannot be fixed.”—Pitts
A General Designation.
general once more became almost insane burg Dispatch.
The negro editors of Georgia, repre
with anger. At last he asked Colonel
senting 12 papers, have issued an address
Honradez to call on Don Roberto Patri
A Horse With a Mustache.
in behalf of the advancement of their
cio, the alcalde, tell him the whole story
race. They recommend that instead of
and request his presence at the palace mustache!”
“colored” the word4 ‘negro” be used and
that evening, when the three men would
have a consultation. Of course neither in to another attracted the attention of spelled with a capital letter.—National
one would say anything in the meantime, a reporter and a few friends with him Advertiser.________ _
and sending for Frey Raphael he cau
“Didn’t you hear about little Johnny Dugan
were conversing on the corner. bein
’ suspindid from the foorce?” “No, fwat
tioned that worthy man to be equally who
for?” “Hearristed a dealer in toy goats for
silent. The story was told to the old discovered that Letter Carrier Thomas sellin’ artificial butther.”
lawyer as he and the soldier sat in that
large cool room on tile second story of Brown had driven up his little wagon
THE LAND OF PROMISE
the municipal building—from which you to collect the mail from the box At Is the mighty West, the land that “ tickled with
look down the street past the Church of
a hoe laughs a harvest;” the El Dorado of the
the goal of the agricultural emigrant.
San Juan de Dios—and Don Roberto drew horse, which had, sure enough, an ele miner;
While it teems with all the elements of wealth
his thin lips closer together as he listened.
and prosperity, some of the fairest and most
fruitful portions of it bear a harvest of malaria
It was about 8 o’clock when the al
iu its fullness by those unprotected'by a
calde' and Coloriel Honradez called on the envy of any dude. From Mr. Brown reaped
safeguard. No one seeking or dwell
Don Alphonso and found Frey Raphael it was learned that the horse was about ing in a malarial locality is safe from the
scourge without Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters.
with him. The chaplain repeated the
Emigrants, bear this in mind. Commercial
story he had told in the morning, to from a negro. The negro raised him travelers sojourningin malarious regions should
carry a bottle of the Bitters in the traditional
which the captain general was able to
gripsack. Against the effects of exposure, men
listen quietly, for no man ever saw Don menced sporting his mustacha To re tai or bodily overwork, damp and unwholesome
food or water, it is an infallible defense. Con
Alphonso lose control of himself twice in
stipation, rheumatism, biliousness, dyspepsia,
•the same day. Colonel Honradez again ing questions, the colored man had kept nervousness and loss of strength are all reme
died by this genial restorative.
suggested his idea of the readiest way to
solve the difficulty. Not only did the since he became possessed of the animal,
At the Butcher’s.—“ Why did you put that
captain general refuse, but the Frey had permitted them to grow.
large mirror near the door?” “ To prevent the
The Duty of Resignation.
Raphael argued in the strongest way
servant girls watching the scales.”
People in affliction say queer things,
against it. He said that, knowing
Don Francesco as he knew him, he and it is wisely provided no doubt that
was pertain he would never make up at such times they are not considered
with his father if anything of the kind strictly accountabla There is certainly
were done. Francesco was gentle and a peculiar flavor in a remark made by a Is due to an im'poverished condition of the
kind, and he certainly loved his father middle aged widow who had just buried blood. It should be overcome without de
and the best way to accomplish this
very dearly, hut he was a man who, when her second husband; As is usual in such lay,
result is to take Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which
he once had reason, as he supposed, to cases, interested friends were making
dislike a person, never forgave. If he such consolatory remarks as occurred to
loved this girl nothing could be done to them-, dwelling, after the regulation
her by any consent of his father. The fashion, upon the duty of resignation
Frey’s advice was that Don Alphonso under the circumstances; “Oh, yes,” will purify and
should try to wean his son hack, but to the weeping widow murmured. .“I vitalize the
this plan the captain general would not know I ought to be reconciled, but I am blood,
strength and ap
.consent, saying curtly that he „would not not, I can’t feel reconciled at all—not petite and pro
talk over the matter with his son in any a single bit. Maybe I-H f jl reconciled duce
refreshing sleep, Be sure to get Hood’s Sarsa
in a few months, but of course I can’t parilla, and only Hood’s.
The alcalde had been listening to the promise. ’ ’—T -»"«^v«Ho'noTfrier-.Tr>nrnn,}
Hood's Pills cure nausea, and biliousness.
others as they talked, a smile now and
then showing itself on his face. At last,
when the captain general turned to him
for his opinion, Don Roberto suggested
quietly that Don Francesco might be or
9T1 v E m NO SQUEAKING.
dered off with some soldiers to inquire
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“She was filled with foreboding and j
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besought him that he might stay with
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