The Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.) 1891-1897, November 12, 1891, Image 3

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Wit ii many ',whim. apebigies 1111 , shunginuittit1 1, 11P 1 1111%% Ili% 11%0 111011 WOO. 1111%0011g Nide by side when I he N iii slim inadvertently iuit Isis fent against 1 h4 1 A rid I ' S lit.'.'. T1131 was sill, and the &woman smiled and bowed. The celonel, an old diwipliiittriaii, looked as Islas .k as night. In effective E ng l is h he iirilered the dragoman, aft. .r 111. has lit flint the null ler ens not reclionel I bilis sitlint 1 • 114Ought for Egyptian Ilia to nize, to anchor 1110 11011111101th and 11 11011f ashore with culprit and him baggage. To bliss dragoman's+ 41111N (ion 10 11OW A hthi WWI to get back to Cairo, the colonel thundered that 110 might walk. The 'begin:um Isms il and smiled it was a habit he had bears wit from II. French friend in Can o and traiedated the cohinel's re marks to Aboo, adding to them such little pleasantries sits lie thought of. Ito could walk. His shoes this with a smile and a bow, directed to Almxis bare feet his shoes might wear out, but . So Aboo, having obtained his dagger and sin old ring him only art iele of baggage goes ashore muttering revenge, which the dragoman interprets to the colonel with a smile and a bow. The della- 'well glides on, and in an hour is moored at Assiman. The wandering relic -hunters return and sill aboard retire, for is not the cataract to be traversed at sunslown to -morrow? Before sunrise Col. NI tic Pliers( el was awakened by the shout of the young gentleman's body servant, who cried excitedly: \Wake master'. We can't find Master Bob. here is a bit of paper that lay on his bed.\ While the colonel rubbed his eyes and looked at the scrap of Arabic the man produced a commotion occurred outside, and the dragoman rushed in with Aboo's dagger in his hand. It had been taken from the breast of the Nubian stabbed to the heart dur- ing the night. The boat that had been towed astern of the deliabeeh after Aboo's trip ashore was gone. ,There was no doubt, explained the dragoman with his customary smile, that the Arab had lain ashore until the lights went out, swain aboard, knifed his enemy, and left again in the boat. At this the colonel, still holding the paper in his hand, turns pale and tremblingly gives it to Jack, who knows Arabic. Dragoman and crew crowd around while he reads: \Aboo might have killed the English clog to -night, but to steal the pride of his tent was a better revenge.\ They searched for the fugitives with shrinking hearts after a time, but never a trace of the boy, dead or livinF. dtd• they find. Altrie3t mad with grit, but nut uui.til H i s, I n a, weather !broadened law biro, c,,b, musolsormoss osborso , u1 bus cloy,s mod hod this , terrible a MM. personally lis , iiire idedivo. huh it was al I in vain. 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I uunt isiS ly Mar rii.:111., Anil from the told before Itt' uoiseades or 1111 , 111 1 0 11 1 Y 1 intl . to interim'' , lie is again in Iii,' midst of his comrades, lust bear- ing in his arms (but' young Arab, who 'still grasps (iii' banner Ile plucked from I he dead leader's hand. The .1rabs, might ily t himied in t hat last brush, fall an ay. The fight is over and I It.' men rrowditig round Niue Pherson, who is Intl !ling t he wounded Arab's t lug1, w hero his bul- let, ettb.red, ask .i hat il all unquis. btoking up for a ins anent , says, point Mg to the wounded Arab: ••My brother.\ Instantly the men, most of whom have heard the story of the colonel's bereavement, crowdisl around the stretcher. Sure enough the Nance could not be disputed. They were an odd - looking pair, the brothers, as they walked together in the garden of the army hospital at Cairo. It was fortunate that Jack knew Arabic, for his long -lost brother had to learn English over again, hay. ing heard never a word of his mother's tongue from the night when Aboo, after gagging him, tumbled him into the boat lying astorii of the deliabeeh until his brother's bullet brought him back to civilization. Of him wan- derings he could toll little except that his captor and he had been way- farers for years in the Soudan and along the desert highway until the insurrection broke out, when he was pressed hit° the Maluli's servite, Aboo being a volunteer. After a while, he told his brother, he became rather fond of fighting. \Implonl\ said the colonel, as his elder son translated these remarks, \there is some of the 'MacPherson in him yet, then.\ U. S. Commissioner Swaney, nowt has his office in Columbia Falls. Set- tlers making filings; and final proofs iffibtffil 'gee 'MM. Dr. ( l. 11cpcw, Veforioary Suiten ad Dentist. It !Admit s if I %dude! ph ia tint v I list it fill , . 1,110111 , 41 /11. 1111 , 11 , 111 111 ( 1 1.111 1. 1 ,4 611 1 '. .111 . 11`11111 . 1ivill111 1 % 1111 1%%11 sh,,y„ tut ssos•bu 111 1 / 1 11 1 f i C 1 1111 01101 l' ' 111111 111111 titiastl','. A II V 11110 I ::1/1ilig ”1111, 1 1 , /11 0 1%111 1 1 11 1 11 ,1 0 1 0 1I vs , ordem tul i '..1 tuii but I Is 'lel ssu itt li looted Derlser'il 'gyms k)snliblIV LI VII:111 1 ,111:11:11 & A lilt: 2TA111111: I '1,1 • i..., .. .1 \ii.1.11.• 11.,1,...,1 II,'\ Ii)1HhIhIh1I liy 1 ti 14 11'0111'1f :411111' 1 ' 4 I 'I'll o'i '11.i. ti, tws..I I it, 1 t., I I ' Io1 1 1111% I' ' 11 .t & 101 . 1111 1 . 16'.11 III,111.111( C. Nt)(.1; ii.. cvi Null'. 1 solsiiiition .. Al. est ttisii. THE NEW YORK CASH BAZAAR your attontioii 1,5) Sovoral stow hilesi 01/1.1, AMU id In) (taro tilly oxamii)(41 ttoyoro of thi.5 rogioti A mom! rintont,:trt 0•11/: A timuploto I 1itism of Stetson Hats TI11, Colobrated ' till I ,.1.1.1/ 4-) 11 - 14 ' hl , ' 1-11 , I I NORTH STAR BLANKETS. 4+4.4 , 4 1 , .1 1 4 + 4 144 , 1 , 1 1 : 1-1 A Largo 1,11151 ()I' Ego (,) 1 J I L'IS Fain. Wo expect Our Line (A Dress I'Linnek In a Few Days---WAI'l'. We Still Lead in Values on Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing and Dry Goods. Come and See. NEW YORK CASH BAZAAR. EDWIN SINGLETON. ontractor, AND Builder. Will Contract and Execute Every (lass of Buildings. Contracts taken for Excavations, and for the Construction of All „ Classes of Buildings. Columbia Falhi, Montatia, James Judge, Mom COLUMBIA FALLS AND ITS SURROUNDINGS. The City has No Rival—It has the Solid Pesources, ' 7••••••,,iii • ; / , /, ' it• ti';• • • 11 .1410 1 r- • A ' I c. , 4 it e / ' a/ ,, , 4 ' ,.. '• lc ..', 4 '. . 7 ,P . ,'' ........0 . )00...„• '- ' 4 1 '* 1 .0 . k ..% 0 0 The Railroad Center of Northwestern Montana. r ' y . \ .1* 4 1 F' 01 1 ' 911. vsic ' •frA ' PL) ‘ 4.1 ‘. ,,\ \\ ,Nt 1.; A t II 't ,\ N A N. I Int, Ilegi N hop tin told , 'I nie met pieptited rill It Ind'. of \ I .1 F:NEIA1 ) )1,ACKW1I11111(j, 'II,, l'iwit , t“ , .•I %WI Wel. ii,, two -01 11.AI. 0..1 ri)ileS1100 . 111. 'IS 0111' O. .1. 111()(11TII, , ' I \ I '( ) I N 14. . It I!*:1 I 1 , 1 , , I , I), 11 1 , 111 I 1.11 ( • 111 , 11111 1 1. \‘.1111(.11 I 1111. N , V1.• , /'.. ' , .(11ES ANI) SOLI), M. S. WI( ‘ KA ).' \•• ' C01,1 111:1 I 111 f N1'• • \11 • Nit111 1 )11, (7Z. , skiatoratiaoti TJn.derta.k.er tarid. 1:;m:loa1rrier. EAST AND WEST. , ,t441 104 V. NORTHERN PACIFIC 1:041i4., taken charge of and ()niers through Valley tt , 11 014%1/ prompt. /Wild ion. Falls cemetery one mile west on NIeNlalion's Mulch. D5 J. HEYFRON, Ravalli, - Mont. 1•M•1111 Forward i ti M A./NT D TRANSPORTATIO IMMO, 11 TUE, iv bZENIAN, 1,1‘'ING.-;'10N,(LEN1)1V1•:, MILES CITY. A 4 . AM. POINL4 '1111.r , tw , .11111.,f iof Lir r 11,1n 1 )1 1 i I I • I 4i i 1( Through Pullman Sleeping Car, told Fureidied Tourist Sleeper, him Between Points in MONTANA St. Paul, Minneapolis nail Chicrgo. PASSIM: Tina/C/A/ MINNESOTA. NORTH DAKOTA, MONTANA, !DAIL°. OREGON AND WASHINGTON. ••••••• 1111: it', .% I II: 1 5 It 11 1 /1 . 1 1 /(i n ours. , Pilores SECOND P, 1I I - 111)1: BLACKSMITH WAGON SHOP. .‘11 ; l i e d Dono, .1 4 • s I/ •)•••0 , -. ••••• • COLIABIA HOTEL FRASER & CHALMERS, 1 ii .1 ',11:1 I 1.I r;VriciAri(i). I.. (;,\1 - 1{[NT, (;1!ti. Ww.1 , !rti Sall. Laki!(;ity, rilorir;ina, MV;,1‘,1'.111•,V1 MINING MA.CHINERY, 11,,• If , %.. $111•1 , 1,. ',l the ,.,1 I, 1 I si! , . , , 1; , 1:11 , 1 ;owl 15. il 11111,• •‘. , ind 1),1.•••i :How L.,111,, ,, \l iitliuI'':1 . 1 1 1 I .1111.1 1 •y 1 .14 11 •1, 1 /11 11 /1., I.,1 ,l.,( \Ii I' I i f() ( \‘'( )()( I I ,17o1 1 s y,I , •r V. Ise %‘ i 1 pooble ithp , 41 NI ming Electric Light Plants. al N41 ANI) WIdt14: A ,s11,C1A1:11.Y. 1,t,;,. Mills, EIPthic Frank Woods, Rough and Common I t :\,/1 A', I 1 ti ((- I lit' I Columbia 1:111 , -„ : GREAT NORTHEN LUMBER COMPANY, •••••••••••••••••• Co1urnhi Falls, - -1.11(. -- dritaL. a --MANUFACTURERS OF ALL GRADES OF-- COM114011, DilllellSi011, Fla Finishing, Seasond, and Sufacgd Lanitcr. White Pine, Yellow Pine, Fir, Tamarack, Cedar, Birch, Spruce N Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, First and Second Class Coaches, ! I Pulhna F n Tourists' Cars, pers. FLOORING t CEILING, LATH, ree Colonial Slee . A.C4M1\TT 1•101=1 Rail charges advanced and goods delivered to the boat land- ing at foot of Lake. THROUGH TICKETS are sold at all coupon offices, of the Northern Pa- eifie Railroad to all points North, ! Sast, South and West in the United States and Canada. Time Eicsb.ectule: Leaves Ravalli daily for Helena, Butte, Bozeman, Livingston, Bismark, Fargo' St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points east. Leave Itavalli for Spokane, Tacoma, Sc Portland and all western pointa at 9:11 e. m. For rstes, maps, than tables or spe- eial.iitiormitticnx 244,1x.im1gent. tbfI Northern Pacific railroad at Havalli, or to' e. S. FEE, G. P. anti T. A., t. Paul, !Linn. SHINGLES, SIDING, TIES BRIDGE TIMBER, R. R. TIMBER. :if - By our location at th' unet ion of all floatable streams of the Flatly:ad Country, we are al,!\ seenre the best quality of all kinds of timber. Shipments made promptly by steamer to all River and Lake points. The Montana saloon keeps the very finest wines, liquors and ;Agars. Try them. I 1 1 ill Eittinott es Furnuilsol Cheerfully. cOhl•MIll I F I I MONTA% Quick Time arid Safe Arrival fretttntitteek Address urderai D. J. HEY FRON; Havalli, Mont should aea:the nice Bedding at N, Y, Bazaar;

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