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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 5 August 1898

tf£'-\ pil W IS1 pff'r V- f)y?i Germany's Great Statesman Passes .,vj^ Away at His Castle Home in Friedrichsruhe. ENTIRE EMPIRE SHOCKED BY THE NEWS Remarkable Career of the Man Who, by Hla Untiring Kffortu, Placed Hla I CuHHtrf Scar the Top lu the Llat of the Great I»ower« of Europe— llrlef Resume of His Work. Berlin, Aug. 1.—Bismarck Is dead. Germany's "man of blood and Iron" passed away at 11:20 o'clock Saturday night at his castle of Fricdrichsruhe. The entire nation—the nation which lie unified by his indomitable will and unyielding purpose—is shocked by the •udden news. It appears that the ex-chancellor's jliitb was not precipitated by sudden $ l?V" .^54 Pat- PRINCE BISMARCK. complications* but'was rather the cul mination of chronic diseases—neu ralgia of the face and inflammation of the veins—which kept him in con stant pain, that was borne with the iron fortitude which might have been fxpected. The beginning of the end dates from July 20, when the prince was confined to his b...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 August 1898

W A The GRAPHIC in entered at the Post Office at ffillistou. N. D., a* stjcoud class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. S. COSTIU.I.O. County Auditor—HK.RMAN ROGHR. Comity Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court— II. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. LEONHAKDV. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIKI.O. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKKIIMAN. Bnit. of Scuools—MRS. M. A. TVEKGH. County Surveyor—E. C. P.vi/HER. Hate's Attorney—N. A. HTKVVAKT. BOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d District—T. C. GAINE6, Chairman. Sd District—WM. I.OUGHLAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRI-STRI58. F. R. ZAHI,, President. WM. FREEMAN. JOHN YiNSECK. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each Bouth. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. LEONHAUDY, W. R. MCCHESNEY JOHN IIEFKERNAN. £. A. SHARP. R. II. COPELAKD. Clerk. •CLINTON HEDDKRICH. Tre«s. fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0.0. F...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 August 1898

S.'SiS? S'V I Is 8: fO- CiuWillistonlltavIiK 't:- v. ., R. a. COPELAND, Publisher. *ILLlSTON, I" N. DAK OUR COLORS. Kedt lis the hue of battle, The pledge of victory In sunaet light, in northern night. St flashes brave and free. J'Th«n paint with red thy banner," Quoth Frtedom to the Land, "And when thy sons go forth to w«vr. Tkls sign be in their hand!" OTilte! 'tis the sign of purity, Of everlasting truth The snowy robe of childhood, The stainless mail of youth. Then paint with white thy banner. And pure as northern snow May these thy stately children In truth and honor go. Blue! 'tis the tint of heaven, The morning's gold-shot arch. A The burning deeps of noontide, The stars' unending march. Then paint with blue thy banner. And bid thy children raise At daybreak, noon, and eventide Their hymn of love and praise. Valor and truth and righteousness, In threefold strength to-day Raise high the flag triumphant, The banner glad and gay. "And keep thou well thy colors," Quoth Freedom to...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 August 1898

i, It 0* 1 LOUIS STEVEnSOIl PART CHAPTER XXIII.—CONTINUED. I dropped upon the thwart again, none too soon, for 1 was near overboard, could see nothing for the moment, but these two furious, encrimsoned faces, swaying together under the smoky lamp and I shut my eyes to let them grow once more familiar with the darkness. The endless ballad had come to an end at last, and the whole diminished company about the campfirehad broken Into the chorus I had heard so often: "Fifteen men on the dead man's chest— Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Drink and the devil had done for the rest— Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!" I was just thinking how busy drink and the devil were at that very moment in the cabin of the "Hispaniola," when I was surprised by a sudden lurch of the coracle. At the same moment she yawed sharply and seemed to change her course. The speed in the meantime had strangely increased. I opened my eyes at once. All round me were little ripples, combing over with a sharp, bristling soun...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 August 1898

•0^- I igs r.t S?: ('•V. $'.'v t'l feE' Liberal Estimates Place the Ex pense to the Uaited States at Many Millions. LIST OF SOME OF THE LAHSZST ITEMS. Tbe Arcrnsc Dally Cost Hnu Bcea 91,tHM»,000—Official Table* of the 1.0MK of lilfe Ilotli Sides—'lite ft"1 \j-" Couflirt Knn Been a. Coally Ou AIKU fur Spain. Washington, Aug, 8.—Estiniatingiib erally that the expenses of the war were $1,0(50,000 a day since April 25, the war has cost the government up to this time, $103,000,000. But there are some items to be added to this which raise the grand toliil to $150,000,000. But as it i» it appears that the popular loan of $200,000,000 is more than enough to meet all the expenses of the conflict. The lieavy expenditure of monej- has been since July 1 with the army in opera tion. Some of the big items of expense to be met are: Mobilization of troops and troop ships J17.000.000 Additions to the navy 20.000.000 For ordnance and arms 10,000,000 Commissary supplies 15,000.000 Pay for army and nav...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 August 1898

1 ..: Ili ./'V':". •'!, .. *. •1 /i TO*V &:: The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at fPilliiioii, N. D.. as second class mail scatter. PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPKLAND. EDITOR. County Directory./ Sheriff—JAS. S. COHTEM.O. County Auditor—UKRMAN ROEHR. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge—K. LKONHABDY. Register of Deeds— II. K. FIKI.D. Coroner— E. V. B. ACKERMAN. SuDt. of Scnools—MRS. M. A. BEROH. County 8iuveyor—K. C. PALMER. Bute's Attorney—N. A. STKWAUT. 4 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS8IONJiR8. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2D District—T. C. UAINKB. Chairman. Sd District—WM. LOUUHLAND. Directory for Town of Williaton. TRUSTEES. F. R. ZAHI., President. WM. FREEMAN. JOHN YANNKCK. Regular meetiugs held first Tuesday of each month. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williaton. WM. FREEMAN. President. K. I.EONHAitnr, W. R. MCCHKSNE* JOHN HEPPKRNAM. £. A. SHARP. R. II. COPELAND. Clerk. CLINTON H...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 August 1898

Sbt TOtiaftott (jgyqihit S. 3. Copklasx), Publisher. WILLISTON. m. N. OAK THE LITTLE TOWN. There's a little town that lies within a land that's far away, An' the wing of peace Is over It throughout the livelong day, An' when the night comes drivin' up her bustlin' brood of stars This little town jus' goes to roost right at the twilight bars. No 'lectric lights, but jus' the moon, with her ole shiny face, An' when the toothache twists her, why, the stars they take her place No city halls nor theaters no dramshops in a blaze But jus' the cup of calm content, the wine of peaceful ways. An' she sleeps there, sweet an' peaceful, till the sun comes laughin' down, A-makin' it his bizness Jus' to wake this little town. Oh, It's funny how through all these years it never changed at all— The same ole homes an' houses, same ole pictures on the wall, The front yards an' the back yards there, Jus' like they've alius been— With ole folks passin' slowly out an' young ones comin' in. The same sweet...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 August 1898

Irobert touts sTBEnson. PART V. CHAPTER XXV.—CONTINUED. Foraging about., I found a bottle with lome brandy left, for Hands and for myself I routed out some biscuit, some pickled fruits, a great bunch of raisins, and a piece of cheese. With these I came on deck, put down my own stock behind the rudder-head, and well out of the cockswain's reach-, went forward to the water-breaker, and had a gopd deep drink of water, and then, and not till then, gave Hands the brandy. He must have drunk a gill before he took the bottle from his mouth. "Ay," said he, "by thunder, but I wanted some o' that!" I had sat d-own already1 in my own corner and began to eat. "Much hurt?" I asked him. He grunted, or, rather, I might say he barked. "If that doctor was aboard," he said, "Fd be right enough in a couple of turns but I don't have no manner of luck, you see, and that's what's the matter with me. As for that swab, he's good and dead, he is," he added, indicating the man with the red cap. "lie warn't no...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 August 1898

$ WW1® AS W"1 Proclamation by the Pres ident Ordering a Cessa tion of Hostilities. £11 Military and Naval Oommand ers Are Notified to Gsasa Their Operational The Blockade of Cuban and Puerto Rican Harbors Is Ordered Raised at Once. Brief Resume of the Provisions of the Protocol B^tv^eea United States ap& Spain, fill Text tM 9ft4AP. AMtrlM* :«t •3 I ,k* •l»i V..' Aan»t^*U. Washington, Aug. 13.—The ^ssaiflent has issued the following jjr,w ljima lion: "By the President of the United States ef America—A Proclamation: Whereas, By a protocol concluded and signed Ai)?. rust 1J, 1898. by William R. Day. secretary. jf Mate of the United States, and his ex cellency Jules Cambon. ambassador ex traordinary and plenipotentiary of the re public of France at Washington, respective ly representing for this purpose the govern ment of the United States and the govern ment of Spain, the United States and Spain have formally agreed upon the terms on which negotiations for the establishment of peac...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 August 1898

S»rj&3?» P* **£&% 5'^ZlEh 5' fit v? ••.„ .»if&* .*• »*»xW •wm /, y« lOv' (vHjt I fHrfuAwl 4r *1.4$ J1 ^i- ':.f*:i-:l:~. -.r. ,.', The Graphicin entered at the Port Office at Williitou. N. D..a* second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. B. H. O E A N E ditor. County Directory. Sheriff— as. 8. Costem-o. County Auditor—Hkkman Rokhb. County Treasurer—F. R. Zahi.. Clerk of District Court—H. V. Smith. Count) J«U e—K. UeoKHARDV. isterofDee^s-H. K. Fi*U- i„ v:--t^- iff Sunt, of SchooIh—Mks. M. A. Beroh. County Surveyor—E. C. Pauier. State's Attorney—N. A. Stkwabt. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—Thomas Burgess. 2d District—T. 2. Uainks, Chairman. 84 District—Wm. I.oighi.and. Directory for Town of Williston. TKUSTKE8. F. R. Zahi.. President. Wm. Kkekman. John Yanneck. Regular meetings held flrst Tuesday of each mouth. Frank Wii.d, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. Wm. Freeman, President. E. I.KONHAKDV, W. R. MCCIIKSN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 August 1898

RsRt" 01» Willtetan dtaphit R. H. CoPHLAND, Publisher. WILLISTON] I N. DAK AT EVENING TIME. At evening time It shall be light Dark, darker grows the day. The shades foretell the coming night, The cheery sunbeams, golden bright. Have slowly died away. At evening time thy soul shall see The Lord thy God is love When ling'rlng hopes 'mid shadows flee, He shall eternal sunshine be- Around, beneath, above. At evening time, from fear set free Thy song of praise shall ring The pity of the Lord shall be A lamp of gold that burns for thee. Thy footsteps home to bring. At evening time the bells of peace Adown thy road shall peal The Lord will bid thy sorrow cease, And grant thee from thy load release, Thy heartache He will heal. At evening time it shall be light, In God's assurance rest! Thou Shalt not grope in lonely night His mercy is thy beacon bright Steal sunward to His breast. —M. S. Haycraft, in Chicago Advance. |j 1 The Mesmerist's Subject I HAVE a friend, Welsh, who seldom dares to v...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 August 1898

HE SAVED THE FLAG. Jnat Trotted Oat Hla Old Shotcan and Told the Suspect to Make Himaelf Scarce. "Course I couldn't swear that he was a Spanish spy," admitted the man who came in from a cross roads settlement in Red ford. but he looked like one, be gosh, and we hain't the people out there to take chances on them kind of critters. His col oring was all dark, except his teeth, and they fairly glis'ened. He didn't act like he had any lawful bus'ness in the neighbor hood and I sort o' suspected him right along. "But what did he do?" "I'll tell you what he done," said the big representative of Redford's yeomanry, as he straightened up. "Some of us fellers put.up a nag down by the grocery, h'isting a pole just like we used to when politics got hot. T'other evenin' I see that feller hangin round the corners with a cross cut saw. Don't take me long to put two and two together, so I just got my shot gun, advanced on him direct and tole him he had 20 minutes fur to git over the hill bout a mi...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 August 1898

m' Pr-' ftv J?ew York Welcomes v/ith Great Enthusiasm the Return of the Eamous Sea Fighters.. AN IMPOSING PARADE ON THE HUDSON. Seven IIIK AV«rslils»* Uue—Cheer* from Hie Throat!) of Hundred* ol TlioiihiiiKl* The Tumli Ueu. (iriinl Nil luted L» UUII* TUut Uave Jl:tdc a Wonderful lleeord. New York. Aug. 22.—Hundreds ol thousands of it opIe along- the banks of tiie Hudson uud ihousands on all, styles of ri.ver. craft bleudeci their shouts in a royal welcome Saturday t-o the returusd Jsor.t.li -Vt.lantic squad xon under CUIHHHUKIJ OX Lear Admiral fc'anipsou, and as line an August day as could be desired was nature tribute to the return of the victors. For al most three solid hours steam whistles of all sizes, steam sirens and small guns along the shores- shrieked and boomed in the effort to display the heartiest enthusiasm for the home coming' of the aiival heroes witii, their battle-scarred. &hips. Seven llltr S1ilj* hi lint. Early In. the morning the seven big ships, tliP' ?\evv ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 September 1898

»1 4 & 1r Thn GKxraio la entered at the Bost Office at fftWstou, N. D.. second clasB malt matter. VOKLISBBD EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. &. a. COPELAND. is#** EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff—J«s. 8.-Oovrcuo. County Auditor—HRKKAN Bow. County Treawrer—F. B. ZAHU Clerk of Dlstrtet Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge-rE. LKONHAKU*. BegisteBOfiDeeds—H. E. FlSU. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKKKKAN. lout of SCAOOIb—MM. M. A. BBROH. County 8ur»eyor—E. C. FAUUI. State's Attorney—N. A. BTKWAHT. IDIRB'OT OOUNFY COJLARASIONRIW. lit District—THOSFAUI BURGESS. 3d District—T. C.-GAINES, Chairman. Sd tBiatrict—WM. I.OUOHUANO. Directory for Town of Williston. TB0BTBB8. T. R. ZAHI.. President. WK. FKBIMAN. JOIIWYASNBCE. Regular meetings held Itrst Tuesday of each Bontta. FRANK WILD. Clerk. •ohool Board, Special School District1 ot Williston. WK. FBEBXAM, President. 4T. LBOSHABBV, W. R. MCCHKSNB* JOHN HBFKBRMAM. K. A. SBABP. R. H. COFBLAHD. Clerk. CLINTON 1IBDDB«ICH. Treai. fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 September 1898

tV li'.i Wf i' ff: &V ft'. '00^1- II wt- ft liiel^ilUstotilScapliit B. H. COKUSD, Publisher. :i WILLISTON] I H. DAK. -ARE ALL OUR HEROES DEAD? *f They did not fight as other soldiers'. When we fired a volley they advanced in stead of W- 1 I? A* going back. The more we fired the nearer they came to us. We are not used to fighting with men who act so.—State ment of a Spanish'prisoner taken during .Wood's charge, June 24, 1898. Can they (foreigners) not see that men do not fight like this (in our civil war) for a mere shoptill?—James Russell Lowell. Are all our heroes dead? 'Is American courage fled? ««. Men told us so Three months ago, i. Kre the word of "war" was said. Are our city boys all dudes— Shopkeepers, weaklings, prudes? Men told us so Three months ago, •And warned us 'gainst all feuds. Are they "holiday soldiers" all— Just for dress parade and ball— With their gungi so bright I And their suits so "tight," As they spring to the bugle-call? Do the sons of this Yankee sod A...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 September 1898

(ROBERT LOUIS STPEtisbtl PART vr. CAPTAIN SILVER. CHAPTER XXVHI. IN THE ENEMY'S CAMP. T,he red glare of the torch, lighting up the interior of the block-house, showed me the worst of my apprehen sions realized. The pirates were in pos session of the house and stores there was a cask of cognac, there were the pork and bread, as before and, what tenfold increased my horror, not a sign of any prisoner. I could only judge that all had perished, and my heart Emote me sorely that I had not been there'to perish-with them. There were six of the buccaneers, all told not another man. •was left- alive. .Five of them were on their feet, flushed and swollen, suddenly called out of the "first sleep of drunkenness. The sixth had only risen upon his elbow he was deadly pale, and the blood-stained bandage round his head told that- he had recently Tjeen wounded, and still more recently dressed. I remembered the man who h'ad been shot and had run fjafck among, the woods in the great at tack, and doubt...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 September 1898

•gps ife &V ^t. SSc\ te it "CHICKEN FEED" MONEY. The Days of Flppany Bits, York U|fsh!lllnffs, Pioayunes, Coppers. &&'<• p^f, igfce OrlgU Virlooi Part* of lb* Conntry ot the Colloquial Jimmem of Small Coins— jS| t'aele Sam'a Money* Referring to the word "^picayune," it may uot be uninteresting to give a sketch of subsidiary coinage and cur rency as used in the past, and the van* ous names under which it was known. In Ohio in 1844 and previously there •was a good deal of foreign coin in circu lation, mostly Spanish, with some of the old state coinage of different states occasionally making its appearance. Cue of the most plentiful of these for eign coins was a piece which passed current for 6%. cents. In Ohio this was known as a lippeny bit, a contraction probably of fivepenny bit. The half dimeB of American coinage were also becoming frequently at that time, and as a distinction between the half dime ttnd the lippeny bit the former was con tracted to the word "lip." T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 September 1898

Hi"" r" vfc. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Omee' at iVllliston. N. D..*s-seeond class mail matter. PDBM8HED'EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND EDITOR. Gotanty Directory Sheriff— JAB. B.UCOHTELLO. County Audit at—HERMAN RO*HR. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAKU Clerk or District Court—II. V. SMITH. Oonnty Judge-IE. LKOKHABIJT. Register or Deeds—H. E. HfEi.D. {Coroner—B. V.#. ACKKRMAN. «upt. arScnoolit—Mas. M. A County Surveyor—E. C. PAMCKR. state's Attorney—N. A. SfKwamf. BOARD OF .COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—1THOMAS BUKGESS. Sd District—T. C. GAINKS, Chairman, TD Dictiict-^WM. LOUCHLAND. Directory for Town of Williaton. TRUSTKKR. V. R. ZAHI., President. WK. FUEKMAN. JOHN YANNECK. Regular meetings held lirat Tuesday of ench mouth. FKANK WII.D, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FKF.EMAN, President. E. LEON HAH IVY, W. ft. MCCHKSNKY JOHN UEFP£«NAN. E. A. SHARP. R. H. COPELAND, Clerk. CLINTON LLEDUKITTCH. Treas. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 September 1898

SheiPiniston (tap&it 1 S. RF. COPELASD, Publisher. WILUSTON] N. DAK SPOKEN IN THE TWILIGHT. Long ago. long ago— Lift your face to mine, dear, so. So your eyes met mine and told me What my heart desired to know. Neither could they quite conceal What your heart bade them reveal. Ijoving eyes, repeat that tale of Long ago. Far away, far away— Yes, it was the month of May JUid the lingering, purple twilight Deepened with the ebbing day. Far below us flowed the stream From beneath the moon's broad beam. 1jOve abides, though time's swift current Slips away. Long ago, long ag©— Oh, how tenderly and low Came your answer, chiming softly To the river's peaceful flow. Peace that like a river glides, Yet a peace that still abides, Has been mine since that May evening Long ago. The moonlight there on your hair Never have you looked so fair. Why that smile? The moon's not shining? What, then, is the whiteness there? Dearest! Ah, how could I know That it was so long ago? Then 'tis Heaven's lig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 September 1898

LhOBCRT lows STtVCTSOIl PART VI. CHAPTER XXIX.—Continued. The sea cook looked at what had been UiTen him. "The black spot! I thought so," he observed. "Where might you have got the paper? Why, hillo! look here, now this ain't lucky! You've gone and cut this out of a Bible. WThat fool's cut a Bible?" "Ah, there!" said Morgan—"there. Wot did I say? No good'll comeo'that, I said." "Well, you've about fixed it now, among you," continued Silver. "You'll all swing now, I reckon. What soft headed lubber had a Bible?" "It was Dick," said one. "Dick, was it? Then Dick can get to prayers." said Silver. "He's seen his slice of luck, has Dick, and you may lay to that." But here the long man with the yel low eyes struck in. "Belay that talk, John Silver," hu said. "This crew has tipped you the black spot in full council, as in dooty bound just you turn it over, as in dooty bound, and see what's wrote there. Then you can talk." "Thanky, George," replied the sea cook. "You always was brisk for bus...

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