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He was an inexperienced traveler and did not understand that life on board ship is widely different from life on shore. His companion had been to Europe and was used to steamer life. “I think, Joe,” said he, “that I shall put you in the top berth. ” “You don't look very old, or infirm,” said Joe. “I am twenty-three. ” “I have a stateroom trunk, which will just slip in under my berth. ” Joe looked embarrassed. ” Charles Folsom whistled. “Well,” said he, “you are poorly provided. ” “And you are going a journey of thousands of miles!
I am not,” said Hogan. “I protest against this outrage. It is an infringement of my rights as an American citizen. ” His threat produced no effect upon the officer. At a signal two sailors seized him, and, despite his struggles, turned his pockets inside out. Among the contents were found four gold eagles. ” exclaimed the poor German. “You lie! ” said Hogan furiously. “There was a cross, which I scratched with a pin, on one piece,” said the German. “Look! ” Examination was made, and the scratch was found just as he described it.
Lend me a dollar,” said Hogan quickly. ” asked Joe, “Lost it at faro. ” “I have no money to spare,” said Joe decidedly. ” said Hogan, scowling. ” CHAPTER XV. THE FOILED ASSASSIN About four o'clock Joe went into a restaurant and got some dinner. In spite of his wish to be economical, his dinner bill amounted to a dollar and a half, and now his cash in hand was reduced to two dollars and a half. Joe began to feel uneasy. “This won't do,” he said to himself. “At this rate I shall soon be penniless.