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• •■>*ll fc»rmn* out of N*«*»;* i**r<*»
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worked in tor Ik* Uw* tntvrref. th*
oovtt rotUlM Ik* »o*i fnltfcful •**
room of Ik* f»*i<>u» wnp* Irun> *n*
Kngllsh Buul*. Tk* story orroi*.** n
uDmbrr of pa*** •* Uk Csl*oti»r J«*k
began bjr su-alln* *pl*» *«d robro* Ull*
]o»t »• Ik* board ai-kol IruailW do In
tin a*. It would h* quite *a*T to
the modern HoUfa* «« ,h «
fruit. Ultra he apple. Ih* drseeni la
*a*y. Youth Be* from one roajf rk**V
u> another quu<* readily. Bd««*orib
Bern* (harm* finished a hat ibf apple
begin, and henr* Javk'k nil I mate dOWa
fall. Kvan In lb* old repcrtoriol lan
guage of lb* Calendar, hit famcua *•-
rape give* on e a thrill. He la ehalned
to ih* fioqr. With u nail he looaena the
pad lt*li; h* breach a link of hla leg
,-hain. drama up hi* fetter*, make* them
fa*t; he makes for the chimney, la
slipped by an iron bar; pick* It out of
the stonework with hla uall; and with
hla bar break* from one rcout to an
other till he la on -tbe lead*, and with
hi* blanket Icwera himaelf onto the
teada of a furrier'* house It happened
that the door of tbe garret *« 'ipen.cn
.vbirb be stole aoftly down two pairs
cf *ta!ra. when he heard Mine com
pany talking to a "tom. ,r ° n *
(-linkin'- » wrman cried, "What nolae
Ik (hatT" and n man answered, ' Per
haps the cat or dog.” At laal he stole
oct a* the Veil of Si. Sepulchre a struck
t,we4v? Whac such a mnn ha* |)*r
formrd a feat of th> aort aomeatrange
rrnvtilg frr the cp'auae of W* ft lends
seize* him. The medem fugitive I*
sure to be raught. Just as .Ice., was.
He gn; awfuly drunk In the company
of Kdgcwcrth Bess, mired bs ..quors
so that he was bcp*!**rty fuddled, was
betrayed by a paltry votboy In Drury
l.cne or Clare Market, and was duly
banged at the age of 22 in tba year
famous event took place in an
older Newgate than -he one we know
A Newgale h a stood on the present
site for centuries: me was burnt In
186 c,; some say Wren had a hand tn
another; the present building was
erected In 1770. but was badly damaged
!n the Gordon rio-ti. The beet descrip
tion of the storming o* the prison, of
course. Is to be found in
Rudge.” We doubt if even the Old
Bailey ever looked down on such a
scene before or since, not even when
,be Mannings, or the Flowery Band
nlrrtes were sus. per col. tr tbe pres
ence of the bowling, brutalized mob.
The curious will find Dioken’s famous
picture in his collected letters, but we
ourselves have rather a fancy for
Thomas Ingcddsby rhyming story of
Lord Tom Noddy* presence at a public
execution. It is less thrilling, being
presented in the genial, satiric vein,
but Is nevertheless remarkably effec
“The click strikes twelve—it Is dark
Yet the Magpie end Stump is one blaze
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.(hat In l*i* H wm taken down, and
rebuilt at the *tp*nee of Dirk Whit
I Hugh n tMtrkeapenr* allcdre to It in
Herry IV How row. lad" crt*a Fat
|*:a*. In th* Boar * Head. Knat< b*«p. to
jPtlac* Hat ‘How bow. lad? la the
wind T tbe door. V faithT Mual we
all Marehr ”Tm,“ ananre* Bar
dolph. “two cod two, Newgal* faab
loa " Kngtieh hlatory (wma with ref
| ■ renra to It. la Catholic M;.ry a reign
■ Itcuacc #*nt reformer* to New gale by
The doaraa. Nor did Pro'eatanl Kllaa
|b*lb arrupl* to it** It when bet wish**
were oppeacd. Fh* a*«it a Jcurnallat
of the** day* to thl* particular quod
ifor writihg agalnat her. The poor W
j !u« bad beib bta band* rut off. ami he
pri-suD'Hblj wrote no more. In Ihe
Caviller an Roundhead (lay* Newgate
waa kept pretty full Tltu* Oat** wa*
an Inmate, and Dangerfleld William
Penn apent at* mouth* within it*
gat**. Defoe, the defiant, w»* nrtur
ally familiar with Ha cell*. It was not
until Howard's time In 1774. that, pub
lic feeling wa* moved by the horrors
which the philanthropist revealed. Hut
even he could nit sweep clean. A re
prrt road* to the House of Common*
In ISH gives thl* drerrlptlon of the
work done by the then chaplain: "Be
yond hi* attendnuc* In rhcpel nnd on
there who are sentenced to death. l»r.
Korde fee-!* but few duties attaehad to
his office. He knows nothing of the
state cf morals !r the prison, he never
see* anv nf the priaoner* in prlvste;
though 14 bova and girl*, from nine to
fourteen yettra rid. were in Newgate
tn April laat. he does not consider at
tention to them a point of hlB d,,ty -
He never know* that any have heen
slek till he gets * wrrntng to attend
tfcelr funeral: and does not go to the
infirmary, for It Is not in hi* tasfruc
ticnh»" Thoß© were time# I mes
present- endlea* Is the procession of
the wretched, the wricked, the unfor
tunate which has stalked across that
glr: mv. blojdy stage! Haphazard,
one thinks of Fauntleroy, Palmer.
Grecnacre. Courvolaeur. Wainwnght.
Muller he Mannings as amongst the
most notorious. After the grm dock,
1 he sombre chapel, the execution shed,
!t I* probable that the most terrible
right In Newgate Is the eell which
M chad Davitt calls “the waiting
room of Fate," in which prisoners re
main until the Jury has decided their
case. Every available Inch of the
, blackened mortar contains, in a very
j few words, the name of the writer,
where he belonged, the crime with
I which he is charg'd, the dread certaln
! ty of conviction, the palpitating hopes
| C f acquittal, cr the language of lr.-
dlffcretlce or despair. Some who were
Iwaiting that most horrible of ail sen
! fences —death —could yet thinks of
tracing the outlines of a scaffold, with
a "Farewell to Life” scrawled undcr
, u-jrti). Giving way to the seeming in
spiration of the p'ace, a dismal den,
irto which the sun's rays never enter
ed. lit only by ® noisv jet. sf gas, which
3eetned to sing tba death song of lib
erty c.f all wbo entered the walls which
l it had blackened—l stood upon the
ifor.m which extended around the place,
jand wrot" upon a uncovered -portion
1 ,f the low. sloping roof:
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'<k-or«* <1 Hlewarl a otipn lion to the
uil.iwance <>f Mauriu Bros.* claim as
alnal Ihr relate.
I Haatlpg*. Minn.. Nov. 2*.—D.
guraly, of Kagan, will content the elec- |
Tlon of J. P. Jlan-on. a» county in **-j
’ uirr and MP haet Kyan will conteat the
I . lection of John Itaeli. a* clerk of court I
| -paiM-ra havlpuc alieady l*en Served.
I Th«ma» IrV#.- of 111. Paul ha* l»-en
! appointed Admlnlaler of Yteen Vander-j
j me*r, late of Kotplre.
Ullle Falla, Minn., Nov. 2*. The
| ~|ty council took decisive action on th>-
I light and n ater qucatlon lam night
! December 5 wa* ad for receiving bids
[on the bond* to tie leaned. A resolution
1 <v»* I aaaed empowering the light and
• water committee of the council to pro
cure plan* and ape, Ificatlon* of the pro-
I posed plant, with other necessary data,
! Thief River Fall*. Minn., Nov. 2».
Mrs. Jennie Reynold*, wife of M. Hey
!holds, was found dead on the floor of
her house almut noon today. A pbvst-
I clan pronounces the cause of death as
‘ heart disease or paralysis, hs theie wa*
no evidence of violence and no Inquest
was deemed necessary. Hhe was 45
Sharon. Minn., Nov. 29.—An Interest
ing decision wa* banded down yester
day. Two Minnesota towns got Into a
Controversy over the residence of a de
pendent poor person.
The town of Lexington sues the tap n
of Sharon to recover three month*'
board for caring ror the dependent. The
defendant towns contend that the ben
eficiary was not a restd nt and there
fore It had no liability. The evidence Is
quite bulky and th» court gives * de
rision that tt was “sufficient to fu*Mfy
the verdict of the Jury, - ' which refltrn
ed a verdict agalnft the defendant tcS.vn
The case rested wholly upon the depen
How to Look flood.
Good looks are really more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of the vital organ*. If the
liver Is Inactive, you have a bilious
look; if your stomach is disordered, you
have a dyspeptic look; if your kidneys
are affected, you have a pinched look.
Secure good health nnd you will surely
have good looks. "Electric Bitters" is
a good alterative and tonic. Ads di
rectly on the stomach, liver and kid
neys. purifies the blood, cures pimples,
blotches and boils and gives a good
complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at Howard * Wtilet's drug store.
50 cents per bottle.
Mayor Harrison will not permit a
French ball. If Mayor Harrison keens
on a? this rate the time may come
v hen the lost *ouls might be willing to
come back and liva in Chicago.
Bean the Have Always Bought
O. vc*: ol' course it. was the turkey
that did Ii ■ Jl always l*.'
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CAPTAIN CHARLES 0. SIGSBEE
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Captain Cha*. V. Blgsbee. Genera)
The Battle, hip Maine.
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Havana Harbor find the Maine An
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Gunner's Gang of the Maine.
View* of the Maine's Crevv off Duty.
A Minstrel Show on the Maine. Ship’s
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