abroad he was sure to be almost as near as his shadow.
The third day after his arrival, and after he had learned how to reach Prince Mastowix, he set out for his palace.
But how little the young man knew of the ways of Russian aristocracy!
Arriving at the prince's palace, he found it guarded at every point by police, and when he made known to them that he had private and important business with his highness, he at once became an object of more than ordinary interest, especially when it was learned that he was an American.
Tobasco, now in the disguise of a Russian peasant, was close at hand, watching everything, while pretending to be a subject for alms.
An officer took Barnwell's name in to the prince, and finally returned, saying that he was empowered to receive any communication the stranger might have for Prince Mastowix, and was astounded almost when the young American told him that he must see the prince in person.
In those Nihilistic days such a proceeding as th
A young New Yorker sets off to see the world and is falsely imprisoned in Siberia, where the hardships he sees induce him to join the ranks of the Nihilists plotting to overthrow the Czar. Lame and plodding.