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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
MR. HIGGINBOTHAM'S CATASTROPHE

account stated the number of thousand dollars of which he had been robbed; there was much pathos also about his niece, who had gone from one fainting fit to another, ever since her uncle was found hanging on the St. Michael's pear tree.

III. THE EXCITEMENT AT PARKER'S FALLS
Meanwhile, the whole population of Parker's Falls rushed into the street. Our friend Dominicus forgot his intended precautions, and mounting on the town pump, announced himself as the bearer of the intelligence which had caused so wonderful a sensation. He immediately became the great man of the moment, and had just begun a new edition of the narrative when the mail-stage drove into the village street. It had traveled all night, and must have shifted horses at Kimballton at three in the morning.
"Now we shall hear all the particulars," shouted the crowd.
The coach rumbled up to the tavern, followed by a thousand people; for if any man had been minding his own business till then, he now left it, to hear the news. The peddler, foremost in the race, discovered two passengers, both of whom had been startled from a comfortable nap to find themselves in the center of a mob. Every man assailing them with separate questions, the couple were struck speechless, though one was a lawyer and the other a young lady.
" Mr. Higginbotham! Mr. Higginbotham! Tell us the particulars about old Mr. Higginbotham!" bawled the mob. "What is the coroner's verdict? Are the murderers apprehended? Has Mr. Higginbotham's niece come out of her fainting fits? Mr. Higginbotham! Mr. Higginbotham! !"
The lawyer had generally his wits about him, even

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