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TTTE SCEANTON TRTBlT"NTE-TTRTT?SDAr MOKNING. " APRIL 19. 1894.
Tho nanio ' ' Kent Htivvu" Imil been
given to tb houso in tliu BOQBtftiBI l"
vliioh tho Percys ri'treateil trom Wm
Chester. The lint Idea wus to make dm
of it for uuly u few Wftka until the
war was orer. Noted? in tho n.iutli
artcr the t'enfalerate victory at Ball
Kuu doBbteU that pence would be Km,'
coming. They wore b.uUly settled when
Jackeon recaptaiBd WiBcaeeter. They
had sent eely I euro" this QtWl Whet) tho
town was reocoupiee) by a Federal force.
In thi 'as' battle for possession ttiu IVt
.v mansion and all QBtballdlBge WVf
burned to IN gruutid. OttWH lAUtd
the surue fato. Indeed tin' IbBMI of
war wiped out a third of the town before
ar WM hardly BON tlmu a holiday,
For a few Clays alter learaiBg of tins
U-.'.ir tbo IVrvye tulfced of lMTtn
UjM valley lor so mo point uirtlier south,
bat )vit as ;by had made Op tmrir
iaiad- lo go M:s. I'ercy Ml seriously
til, and that occurreoce i-'beciiuiaud all
plans tor lowing Reel Havea.
The eenraBta woo bod Bod from Iho
house a! Winchester did not raurn.
pOt With hundreds of otuer colored peo-
do Beade tt eir way to Barper'l Ferry :
theac to Wai;iii!to!!. Qncle Boa I
ves tbij oat) ue iet't. and but for the
VPes-jEce of Mrs faster the l.idies ,
would have netB iu sore straits, 'the '
slave. Male BBd ftSttlO, WON escaping !
:-vtu the villogoi aud plantation) in I
droves, and the two or three wouiru
erBOBI OBct Beu induced to euter into
service at the Baron disappeared with
the first dark night.
While Marian Percy felt distrust of
Mrs. Baiter, the womaa was so re
spectful in demeanor and rtudered her
elf iu oil ways to usetul that the feel- '
lag rather diminished than increased.
Undo B-.u. oa the contrary, grew to
hate her worse and worse astiuu passed
on. He could not conceal his dislike
of her. though he restrained his tongue
i : lOSCtOttoa. He realized that
r : . r the oircaawtanceo it was uct only
polioy bat dnty to do so. One day he
!. ::'. ; i r. ::: :r say to Mjrtati
' MissSuushiue, doyo' 'men; be: what
I dun told jro' befo" we left WincheooB
'Ion: dat Missus BuAter .-''
" Ves," she replied, "bnt I think you
VOTO mistaken. Bbo is a i;t:!e qooos
about scuie thiugs. bat on the whole a
very ssowl woman. I don't kaow how
we could have got along without her."
"Mebbe I wjs tnist-ukcu. " said L'aole
Ben as be thongutiully idOtcbed bis
head, "bucdar'sa heapo' thing? I can't
jest moke oat. Who yo' reckon dan bio i
initial letters to her.'"
"Her husband ptoboblf."
Den why di.n't dem lrtc-rs euro wid ;
yT' mail when I dan bnag i: op? I'm
seen a strange tttaa ridin by on a mewl
tvho btoogal letters to her threu or fo"
timeo. I'M seen hrr writtn letters two '
or three times, hot she nebber did send
'.;m to tows by BX'i. What all dat mean,
"Oh. it's just her queer way. Cncle
Een. and there is nothing to won-y
about.'' replied M'arian. though hia
tatements filled bof with snrpri-e.
-(yuare ways, eh? Waal. I zegwine
to keep boaf my eyes open al. de time,
fcr.nthin jwine to mm from all dis,
M.;s Sunshine. Santhin bound tooome.
White foUsdoon'aotdat way L,uiesdey
means mischief. I hain't gwine lo say
caffin to nobody, but Ire gwme tube
prepar' 1 tr,r troablo!"
Wken Mm Percy fell iii, Ben suc
ceeded in ecurin for awhile the serv
ices of an old eo4otod woman who seem
ingly had DO longing for liberty, and
aucb oMotOBCO as the n-ighlrs coold
extend waa fNOif gi rco, The doctor
who bai been called Bool V:ven loiles
away, and the old man had boojMBtij
to ride back and lottt over a highway
on which very few farmers had fa ated.
On one ut :hex ex- aroor.-. and when
within a mitoof BOOM 00 his return trip,
h caught light f a man ar,d wornn a
ttiey moved oot i the road an 1 disap
peared in a thicket. Hi wa close
eooagh to be jatisfiVd tnat th- woman
was Mrs. Baxter, and that tho man was
a Confederal; officer, and their anxiety
to avoid him ar vjsed all his suspicions.
Ho intended to commonicate with Miso
Marian at on . nnt circnnstanf es pre
vented, and r,-xt day the honsehuld w,m
suxpriied by call from Captain Wyle
and his cavalry conposy, He stated
that be was on detached dnty In that
While the captain had been given to
understand that his suit was hopeless,
ind while Marian fully fOOllzod that
he bad done and was still doing nil in
hia power to fJOgTOdo ud disgrace the
man she bad ooooptodi she neverinelMS
(oil that It was policy to receive bin
conrteoasly and nbiin anything ttuil
might lead to BfOOOiBg a DOWfMliflg "f
'Timity Igaioot Kenton. n his pait
the captain was careful to MJf nothing
that might wi,und or oSotld, nod Ids
Hour's tuft was therefore a very egrce
able cue. He eXtOBdod his iympOUiMi
offered to do anything In bio powoi to
relievo their anxn tia find rodo away
with a MOllool satinfaction on his face.
He argued that Marian was wavering
in her faith in Kenton, and that time
and circumstance would biing aUjut
tbo change lie desired.
Man's niuf-t. fNqaOQt txiust is that Dl
can read and understand won, an. and
yet it is in that ho is oftenest doOOiVod,
Few women can read und IndoNtood
During the captaio'l visit Muriuu
had been fnfcod to DOtico the demeanur
cf Mrs. Baxter, fifao MODod bODOfoi tni d
into a new being Ubillng, laugliiug
and appearing to lio full of Joy OVCf
somothimr. When tbo visitor had de
parted, she was fulsome iu his pruisu,
and for the first time since coning to
the Percys' she betrayed ber real state
of feeling. She was an ally of the cap
tain's. Why? After puzzling for a
time Moiiau asked:
"Did Captain Wyle bring you news
of your husband?"
"Yos'm. Ike has got back to Win
chester, along with .tbo others. The
COrHlinTtO M4 8T AmCRiCMt PROS ASSOCIATION
Yankees got ufi'imtt that Iko would
brOOk loose and do KWfol damage, and
so tboy lot him go. '
' Bo was woaododi WMQ't ho.''
'Yos'm, and BO OB won't bo BttOfl
to o back to the army lilt' souio weeks
yit. Whl n be DB does, he'll bOV a irit
tor and a IWOrd and rido around With
"Perbapatboy'U maki bin an dMooi
for his bravery."
"flo DB flOMirm it, fur tiah -of
CO N bin does!" NPliM Mis. ButOti
with u good desi of vigor. "If it
wasn't in r that ouery Yankee"
"Do j'i ii moan Mr. Kniton.'" aoked
Marian as tho woman caught herself,
"l l dun forgot!" abo itonnwtdi
"Tbor'a binMnocb fosoiB 'boatwor
ilii hour'j Moll UNI BWrtOBJ 0 Vl
tll' ttUOl (NU .
tbat I'n talk in bout Yankees twif the
How. Ves. I bopo they'll mako Ike au
otaifer right away."
he excused beiself and was hasten
log away when Marian detained her to
"Mrs. Baxter, has there ever bet it
auy troabkl isstween your husband aud
"I I jest can't declar'!''
"But you feel bitter ton a rd Mr. Ktu
ton. Will you tell me why r"
"Why. he an stands iu Ike's way, aud
I crter feel haidwise, hadu't I?"
lean': understand how he stands iu
lie's way. '
"Xor I Mther. bat that's what Iks
says, and that's what Captain W'yii
says, and him jest orter be driv' over
into the Yankee army whar he belongs!
He un's a spy. Miss Percy, a regulat
Yankee spy. and him's mean as pixon,
and scmebi.siy ortet shoot him. and Cap
Bat she checked heisulf agaifia Her
feelings had been aroused, and she had
said far more than she intended. She
was half lauzhing, half crying as she
bogged Marian's pardon and withdrew.
N I Marian knew why Mrs. Baxter
had come to her. She had a snspiciou
as to the flight of her servants. The
QOeef actions spoken of by Uncle Fen
w-re BOW explained.
Ir looked as if Captain Wyle and Mrs.
Baxter were conspiring together, and
the object was very plain. For reasons
of r.:s own tne captain had aroused Mrs.
Baxter's enmity toward Kenton and
made Ike an enemy to be feart-d. There
WM a i orr.pycation which puzzled Ma
risn, and as the days went by she was
no ariaer. If L'nile Ben mail any new
discoveries, he kept them to himself,
and the mother was too ill to be Worried
over anything that could be kept from
T;,ree days after Captain Wyle's visit
there wpre a clatter of hoofs and a jan
gle of sabers, and the road was alive
with Federal cavalry for miles. It was
a portion of Custer's brigade making a
rocbapcaOMOCI in force, snd C'usW him
self rode st the head. Wbffl the com
mand halted at a creek below the boBM
to water their horses and '-at a noon
lay BMOl from their haverhuoka the
PtBOWl and hia staff halted at the door
in search of refreshment. They were
politely and Of 01) kindly received by
Marian, who insisted upon supplying
them with wh itvT t," house afforded.
' iptaia Wyle bod boaaofolly aanffanttd
that IheM was nrt. Taokee in uniform
within miles of Rest ( iven. Here
was proof that theye.i-n bold the terri
tory round about her. Win n GeBOtal
'.'ustT Dadentood that sb" was a refu
gee from Winchester, he informed her
that the Federals then held nearly all
the Shenandoah arid I.nray valleys, ami
there was every prospect of their per
manent ob Bpetlon, He kindly offered
her all DOBriblo resistance if tihe dOBiri d
to jiu through tbo lines in any fifOC
Hon, but It was plain that tho mother
was then to') III to undertake even tin
shortest journey. He begged her to ac
cept some contaieaary itoNO oosm
rogar nod meat Ind lenllzlug tbO
iiiit wldch bad prompted him she did
not i t ii i. Tlie first t wo articles had
not only become luxuries In tho war
ridden vidley, but were not to bsi had
even in exchange for gobl.
That was Marian's first sight of Cm
ter, but It waa not to bt her last.
( HAI'TEH AIX.
a tbo Federal! poured latatbflfaen-
nndoah valley and regained lost ground
I the pjBajrtem after and nnnuissary
i Htores left by JaoklOO under the guard
i of a low scorn men at Harrisonburg
I Weri made icady to he forwarded to
Bichnondi While Boyal Kenton fully
ii;aliz"U that his being left behind was
but another move In tlm conspiracy to
destroy him, h allowed no ono to mi
nd the real state of his feelings.
There was Work tu do, BOd plenty of it,
I and ho took hold so willingly that only
n lew (lii)M nan passnri neiore ho was
commended for his zeal by (ho major in
command of tho pust.
Unexpected diftlciilties MOM about
securing transportation, and though re
ports of a Federal idvBBCe were daily
received the major hung on in hujies of
Hiving tho htores. One morning at sun
rise his pickets were driven in by troop
ers in blue, aud 10 minutes later ho re
ceived a sauimons from Oencral Custer
to surrender. He bad only about 200
DMQ alt told, while it W8J plain to be
mob that be wm fairly inrroanded by
tho force opposed. Ho aaked for
minntcs to consider ami at ilm end bl
that inm returned a refaeal. Bis little
force ulmoft to a man had ngroed lo
light to the lilt, Three or four earth
work! had been thrown up to protect
the BHpply'depot, but tbtoy Wibn with
out artillery. Tbo force was dtvidl d M
as lo man ttten nil. nud Royal Kenton
and Btevo BraytoB found tbcrnwlvei
inul about BO other men in u work with
out even a BOBConniialoBad officer
iiuioiig tbOUc 4b they wero already nn
dor tiro, Kenton was by common consent
"Wo uns il koiio up thin tine for
IDlbi" observed StlVI us Custer poitod
his brigade and then opened tiro with u
buttery, "but 1 reckon we might sorter
i aja r pttd iu("ijiit( und tin it opened
flit K tlh il billticp.
Ining on fat awhile aud let 'em see wo
hain't iktari Yesterday I BggtNd that
one CoBfederate could Hob about seven
Yankees in auy sort o' KfUnnggOi
dod lot my buttons if things don't look
The earthwork ibeltered then from
the slmt and shell of the nitilleiy, und
Kentou ordered the little band to be
ready for the dash be knew would sooner
or lati i be made. Tho Federals could
be Men dismounting just outside of
noaket raugo.uud. us a force of uhoiit
501 were moving out to charge tho fort
held by tho major be raised B White Bag
in token of surrender. Tho other two
refused lo be bound by but action, but
one oi theiu was charged with i bOON
and hurrah, and capteud after tiring a
"Waal, Yank, what's the word now?"
liked oue of Kenton's men us all roll'
Ued the stuio of utt'uirs.
"Fight!" was the brief reply.
"I alius knowed he nn was game.
Three cheers for Kenton!' ' shouted Stove
They were given with a will, but be
fore the echoes hail died away CoitOT'l
etitire battery Whs turned against the
fort, while a hundred dismounted men
crept withiu rule shot and opened a tire
w hich obliged the defenders to remain
inactive. Kenton knew that the lite
would cease as a charge was alKiut to
be made. This, owing to the nature of
tiie giouud, could only bo made from
!ne direction and by a small body of
men. The lull came, and under cover
uf the smoke 800 dismounted men of
the Fifth Michigan dashed forward.
They were received by a volley which
staggered and checked them, and while
rallying the little bund had time to re
load. One more l ley cent the troop
ers back to cover, and Steve Braytou
threw his hat into the air and shouted:
"We una has just licked the hull
Yankee army right out of its butes and
ar' gwino to march on Washington!''
Kenton expected another charge with
in 10 minutes, but instead of that Col
ter sent in a flan uf truce and a demand
to snrrender. lb' -tated that an at
tempt to hold the position after all the
others had been taken was simply a
NcUeM waste of human lite. He knew
lb i exact number and knew they had
to liber food nor water. They had proved
tbenMlVM brave men, und he trusted
they would now realize the situation
and accept it us brave nen should.
Kentou read the note aloud, so that all
could hear, and when he had finished it
"Wo might stop another charge, but
they at! certain to capture us iu the
end. I advise surrender."
There were a tew dissenters, but l"i
irnrnite later the 13 men had marohed
out and grounded tin ir arms in token
of surrender. Tin ir CBptON wero men
who could appreciate bravery, BO mnt
ter by whom displayed. As tho suiren
der was made 4,000 troopers waved
their hats and cheered.
"I am not an officer, and I therefore
have iiosword lo - nrrender, " laid Ken
ton as QeBortl OnitcT rode to tbo bead
of th" short line and seemed somewhat
astonished to find only private soldiers.
"But who Commanded In there'.'"
asked the goBl nil.
"I gave what orders were irjven. eir. "
' Well. the so ithern con1' i,n y made
a Bin of it in not making sou a captain
long ago. Had the other forts held not
as pluckilv as you did We should have
had a bind light to get at Hie ItorM,"
While ii list of I he prisoners was be
ing ui.i-ico.r mil the arni collected the
troop n i u b( d their attention to the
stolen. Th idea WM not to TOUtOVO but
to destroy them. The (pin kest way to
do it was to apply the torch, and in the
course of an hour everything was iu
Humes. Tbo Confederate major hud, as
Mated, aorrehdered the tort be occupied
with I boat 80 of the mm without tiring
i shot. A COOrt tnlrtlll would have
promptly cviiiciatcd him from the
charge of cowordlM had been mfdo,
fju tbO situation WM ll Jfe ,j "h
Tint one of Ilm forts ihounl have I,, Id
oul ami thai the high private in com
mand of Itihoavjd bive bean conpll
nenfed for his OrtVary rankled in tho
najoi'i leiiit. He received pernliilon
toonter the Bold where (be rank and
flle wereiarronndedb) i Pederal guard,
inul Marching out Royal Kmilon ho an
"Hv whut intbority did j presume
to bold Hint, tort after oiy itirreoder of
"We did not know that your surren
der Included more than the fort you
were holding," replied Kenton.
"Captain Wyle told nm something
nboiit you before ho leit." continued
tho major. "Ho regarded you with the
greiMt suspicion. It would not have
sin prised mo had yon '-urrendered lirsl
"I believe rbftt bbnor wis left to you,
sii," nuielly replied Kenton.
" llooiny fur the S'anl three qhot is
flir Itebton I" shouted the excitahlo
Steve. And they were given by the
whole force of Confederates with groat
"I fully understand your inotivo,
sii !" ei claimed the Btajeji when the
cheering hud ceased. "You simply
wanted to roup a little glory to stand
well in the eetimation of yoo friandi,
Yon baveacobnpliibed it, but there will
bo u beroalW( Tb fnirffito I am ex
changed i itbull pNfarcbargMiBd have
yoa court martlaled. tf yon don't con-
Oladl lo ii i, nun among your Yunkeo
friendi, I siuur'-- -
" Hear be on talk like .rind!" inter
rupted Steve, tr ading in my discipline
under fool In hii excitement, "if the
major hadn't Him iideivil befu' n man
was hit, IheM Yanlnicouldii't 'a' got us
iu ull duy!"
"That's so! That's no!" shouted a
hundred men. And the entile lot began
cheering lio- Sieve Drayton.
"And who are you, sir?" denuded
(he major, now pale with passion.
Tui ato Steve lira)' toll, sir, of Cap.
tain W le s (litter ci in pa n y und 1 was
loll behind In in because 1 Wus a n und
of Kenton h.
"h, 1 ON I Well. I'll bee lo your
ouso at tlm biime time. "
" Yes, ind tell (iu Hill's I. 'idend and
Wounded nn ii tu show what wi una did
befo' W0 surrendered, " replied Steve.
"Rush him! Hush him!'' iboBtod
the ciowd, ovt itvone bj exiiteinenl and
forgetting the reepoot duo an Qfflcer,
Xbe major bucked iwiy, but in uu
insiimt he wai carried off hii feel ind
rushed to the sentry line, and when he
ploked himself up ol)' Ihu grans ho was
broiled and battered and his uniform
iu very dilapidated condition, Oroani
and hisses followed bin us tin wulked
away, and the laughter of the I'Ydoral
troopers WM IU no sense u balm fur bis
i Milled pride,
It was doou before the utorci wore
destroyed ami the list of prtaonen oou
plutedi Thou came an ilarn, Colonel
Id j who has been dilbbnd 'The
Kamlit of He' i'oloinac, " but who was
as legulurly oonfmlMloned aa any officer
in the Confederate arny, appeared In
.lin neighborhood with BOOI.' 900 inon,
ami before he wm driven off ind tb
priMneri were ready to atari down the
valley under guaid it wus midafter-
"Yank, I've been tbinkin this thing
over," said Steve Hrayton to Kenton us
they moved olf. "and I jest lull yo' wb
ar' iu u tix. Webliu't neither Federals
uor Confedl any mo'!"
' How do yon nean?"
"Why, if we litis stoy yore, we'll be
bold prisoners far goodneM knows how
long, and if we nit back to the Confed
eracy the major will muko it hot tur
us. Say, yo'? I don't know what yo'nt
tbinkin of jest this very Uliolt, but 1
want to ask yo' a itraight qOMtiOB"
"Oo ahead. "
" Yo' won't git mad?"
"Waal, thin, don't yo' come party
nigh beiB soft in the head? We uns
don't wantyo' onouriide,and the Yanks
Hunker to shoot ut yo' every show they
git. If we uns don't want yo', what do
yo' waut to stay fori If yo' don't want
to fight ugiu us, vliy don't yo' sorter
drop out of the hull bizness und let go
like a coon fallin frotf a limb?''
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luueeu wurws 01 art,
exemplified in the
and Winter. They
technique and re
a lartre tv"
I A bl2of autnrcntl glory if re -Itcted in thii
Tbe grszing catt'e Vt tbe riveraiie, with tbe
arching trees, glorious in their fall beastr. form
a picture of tcprtiue eSecta. earef coy worked
out io every detail
Nothing CiiuU be better for framing, as it ii
a snt -'ct that always wears well, aai proves in
teresting to young and old.
The only way in which
those lour new. novel and
attractive Multichromes can
be obtained in this city is to
cut out the coupon and send
it to u;; with 10 cents in sil
ver for each part Please
be sure and address all
coupons to "Art Depart
ment, Scranton Tribune,