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THK WKHKI.Y H1U) TKI11UNK, 1III.0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, KOVftMHKK i5, i.;u.
Poor littlo follow I Ho
coughs fo hard ho cannot
Hloi'p. That makos him weak
and Hickly all tho next day.
Ilia brother thinks this
coughing i& terrible. So do
we, for we know that just a
few doses of
will cure this cough. For f0
years it has been the standard
cough remedy lor children.
Lqok out for cheap imita
tions. Get the genuine.
In large ontl email bottle.
uto of Ayer's l'llls.
Hasten a cum liy thoj
Prtptrtd br Dr. J. C. Aytt Co., Lowell, Mm., V. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
The steamers ol tins Hue will ar
rive mid leave tliis port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra September i.
Alameda September 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura October 26
Alameda November 4
Siena November 16
Alameda November 25
Sonoma December 7
Alameda December 16
. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma September 13
Alameda September 28
Ventura October 4
Alameda October 19
Sierra October 25
Alameda November 9
Sonoma November 15
Alameda .November 30
Ventura December 6
Alameda ., December 21
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San l'rancisco to all points in the
'lulled Slates, and from New York by
nil) steamship line to all Kuropean ports.
Kor further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
CANARIO & STONK, I'rops.
Wo Shave, Cut Hair and
Shampoo at Lot-Llvo Rates
All razors cleaned with aulUeptics after
Perfumes of the finest quality kept in
stock, a trial of which is solicited.
We also take particular pains with Chil
Union Huii.ui.no, Wiiiamtvuue St.
Direct Line between SAN l-'RANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Hark Martini Dm Is, Capt. McAllman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
AliKNTK, II 1 1.0.
All ireight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains of vessels.
30tf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
Copyright, 1902, by
Dyer." Haiti Injun Chnrlcy simply
KlmkhiK the wet Hciilp nrin'M length to
wind the lumbermen.
At this prim Interruption 11 fdlenc
fell. The owner puled slightly, ld
i'oivmimii ehi'wi'd 11 uouchnlunt straw
Down (he still deserted street crossed
mid re-crowed the subtle occult Inllit
enees of n half hundred euneealed
watchers. Duly and his subordinate,
were very much nlone and very inner.
In danger. Their lust hour hud come
and they knew it. j
With the recognition of the fact thnj ,
Immediately raised their weapons In
the roolvc to do as much damage us
possible before being overiiowercil.
Then suddenly, full In the back, a
heavy stream of water knocked them
completely olT their feet, rolled them
over on the wet sawdust and Anally
Jammed them both against tho trestle,
where It hold them, kicking, and gasp
ing for breath, In a choking cataract ol
water. The pistols Hew harmlessly In
to the ulr. I'or an Instant the Klgbtlnji
Forty stared In paralyzed astonish
ment. Then 11 tremendous roar ol
laughter Miluted this easy vanquish
incut of n formidable enemy.
Daly and Baker were pounced upon ,
and captured. There was no resistance.
They were too nearly strangled foi '
that. Little Solly and old Vanderliool ,
turned off the water In the lire hydrani
and disconnected the hose they had ec 1
effectively employed. '
"There, blast yotil" said llollwoj '
Charley, Jerking the mill man to his
feet. "How do you like too much wn
The unexpected comedy changed the
party's mood. It was no longer 11 qucs
Hon of killing. A number broke lute
the store anil shortly emerged bearing ,
nails of kerosene, with which they del
uged the stabs on the windward side i
of the mill. The Unities caught the
structure Instantly. A thousand sparks,
borne by the offshore, breeze, fastened
like so many stinging Insects on the
lumber In the yard.
It burned as tlrlcdhalsain thrown on
u camp lire. The heat of It drove the
onlookers far back In the village, where
In silence they watched the destruction
Only anil his man were slapped and
cuffed hither and thither at the inen'i
will. Their faces bled, their bodies
neheil ns out! bruise.
"That squares u." said the men. "II
we can't cut this yeur, neither kin you.
It's up to you now!"
Then, like a destroying horde of lo
custs, they gutted the olllce and the
store, smashing what they could not
carry to the lire. The dwellings and
saloons they did not disturb. Finally,
about noon, they kicked their two pris
oners Into the river anil straggled back
along the right of way.
"I surmise we-took that town aparl
some!" said Shorty with satisfaction.
"I should rise to remark," replied
At the boarding house they found
Wallace Carpenter and Hamilton seat
ed on the veranda. It was now nfter
noon. The wind had abated somewhat,
ami the sun was struggling with the
still Hying scuds.
"Hello, boys," said Wulluce, "been
for a little walk In the woods?"
"Yes, sir," replied Hyland, "we"
"I'd rather not hear," Interrupted
Wallace. "There's quite a lire over
east. I suppose you huven't noticed
Hyland looked gravely eastward.
"Sure 'nough," said he.
"Metier get some grub," suggested
After the men had gone In he turned
to the Journalist.
"Hamilton," ho begun, "write nil you
know about the drive nnd the break
and the rescue, but us to the burning
of the nilll"
The other held out his hand.
"Good," suld Wallace, offering his
And that was as far as the famous
Shluglevllle raid ever got. Daly did
his best to collect even clrcumstuntlul
evidence against the participants, but
In vain. He could not even get any
one to say that a single member of the
village of Carpenter had absented him
self from town that morning. This
might have been from loyalty or it
mlgliHiavobeen from feurof the venge
ance the Fighting Forty would sine
ly visit on a traitor. I'rolmbly It was
it ctiiuuiiiiiwuii oi uoin. jne met re -
mums, However, iiiui uiuy never unew
surely of but one man Implicated hi
the destruction of his plant. That man
was Injun Charley; but Injun Charley
After an Interval Tim Shearer, Hud
way and Kerlle came out again.
"Where's the boss?" asked Shearer.
"I don't know, Tim," replied Wallace
seriously. "I've looked everywhere.
He's gone. He must have been all cut
up. I think he went out lu the woods
to get over It. I am not worrying.
Harry bus lots of sense. He'll eoiuo In
"Sure!" said Tim.
"How about the boys' stakes?" que
ried Railway. "I hear this Is a bad
binufch for the linn."
"We'll see Unit the men get their
wages all right," replied Carpenter, a
little disappointed that such u question
should be nsketl at such a time.
"All rlubt." rejoined the contractor.
1ttart Edtuard XOhltt
We're all going to need
nOItrn walked through the si
lent group of men without see
ing them. He had no thought
for what he had done, but for
the tiluniphant discovery he hud made
In spite of himself.
It was then about C o'clock In the
morning. Thorpe passed the board
ing house, the store and the olllce, to
take himself as far as the little open
fhed that served as a railway station.
There ho set tho semaphore to Hug the
east bound train from Dululh. At i5:.1d.
the train happening on time, be cllnitt
ed aboaid. He dropped heavily Into 0
sent and stared straight In front ol
him until thu conductor had spoken U
til tn twice.
"Where to. Mr. Thorpe?" he asked.
"Old .Mackinaw City."
Thorpe descended at Mackinaw Cltj
to find that the noon train had gone.
He ate lunch at the hotel, borrowed
$100 from the agent of Louis Sands, a
lumberman of his ucitiiiintnriee. and
sealed himself rigidly inbe little wait
ing room, there to temnln until tho IhlU)
that night. When the ears were backet
down from tho siding he boarded tho
sleeper. In the doorway stood n disap
proving coloretl porter.
"Yo'll llii' the Hinokln' cab up fo'wu'd
sab." said the latter) llrmly barring the
"It's generally forward," answered
"This yeuh's the slecpilh," protested
the functionary. "W pays cxtry."
"I mil aware of It," replied Thorpe
curtly. "Give mo a lower."
V,i4 unli ' nnf,iil,.tffnil 41m j1n1.
,, ,.... .... .... ' .. , ' ';
lowed Thorpe cautiously, peering hit
the smoking room on blm from time tt
time.- A little after 12 his patience
gave out. Tho stolid, gloomy loan ol
lower C seemed to Intend sitting up nil
"Vo lterth Is ready, sab." ho delicate
Thorpe nrose obediently, walked to
lower 0 and without undressing threw
himself on the bed. Afterward the
porter In conscientious discharge of Ida
duty looked diligently beneath the seat
for boots to polish. Ilupeulng to glance
up nfter fruitless search he discovered
the boots still adorning the feet of their
"Well, for tho land's sake!" ejaculat
ed the scandalized negro, beating a
Thorpe descended at Twelfth street
In Chicago without any clear notion of
where he was going. For n moment ho
faced the long, parklikc expanse of the
lake front, then turned sharp to his lqft
nnd plckell his way south up the Inter
minable reaches of Michigan avenue,
Mlock nfter block ho clicked along, tho
calks of his boots striking flro from the
After nn Interval ho seemed to hnvo
left the smoke and dirt behind. The
street became quieter; boarding bouses
and tailors' shops ceased: hero and
there appeared a bit of lawn, shrub
bery and (lowers. My nnd by he came
to himself to 11ml that he was staring
ut the deep carved lettering In a stone
horse block before a large dwelling.
Ills mind took tho letters In one nftei
the other, perceiving them plainly bo
fore It nccorded them recognition. Fi
nally he had completed the word "Fur
rand." lie whirled sharp on bis heel,
mounted the broad whlto stone steps
and rang the bell.
It was answered almost Immediately
by n clean shaved, portly and dlguitled
man with tho most Impassive counte
nance In the world. This man looked
upon Thorpe with lofty disapproval.
"Is Miss Hilda Farranll at home?" he
"I cannot say." replied the man. "If
you will step to the buck door I will
"The tlowers will do. Now see that
the south room is ready, Annie." lloat
oil a voice from within.
Without a word, but with a deadly
earnestness, Thorpe reached forwanl.
seized the astonished servant by the
collar, yanked him bodily outside the
door, stepped Inside and strode across
the hall toward a closed portiere whence
hud come the voice. The river man's
long spikes cut little triangular pieces
from the hardwood Hoar. Thorpe did
not notice that He thrust aside the
Mefore him he Raw a young and beau
tiful girl. She was seated, and her hip
was filled with tlowers. At his sudden
apparition her hands Hew to her heart,
and her lips slightly parted. For a
second the two stood looking at each
other. Just as nearly a year before their
eyes hud crossed over the old pole trail.
To Thorpe the girl seemed more beau
tiful than ever. iThe red of this vlo
lent unexpected encounter rushed to
her face, her bosom lose and fell III n
fluttering catch for breath, hut her
eyes were steady and Inquiring.
Then tho butler pounced on Thorpe
from behind with tho Intent to do great
"Morris!" commanded Hilda sharply,
"what are you doing?"
The man cut short his heroism In
"You inuy go," concluded Hilda.
Thorpe stood strnlght and unwinking
by tho portiere. After a moment hit
"I have come to tell you that you
were right nnd 1 wu wrong." -mid he
steadily. "You told me there could Ik
nothing better than love. In the pride '
of my strength I told you this wus not '
so. I was wrong."
He stood for another Instant looking
directly at her, then turned shnrplv
Anil, head erect, walCed"fr6"uTIfieroom
Mefore lie hud reached tho outer doai
the girl was at his side.
"Why are you going?" she asked.
"I have nothing more to say."
"Nothing at all."
She laughed happily to hcrslf,
"Hut 1 have much. Come back."
They returned to the little morning
room, Thorpe's calked boots gouging
out the little triangular furrows In the
hardwood lloor. Neither noticed that.
"What are you going to do now?''
she cKtecblsed, facing hlin in the mid
die of the room. A long tendril of bet
beautiful com silk hair fell across bet
eyes; her red lips parted In n faint, wist
ful smile; beneath the draperies of bet
loose gown tho pure slender lines of
her figure leaned toward bhn.
"I nni going back," be replied pa
tiently. "I knew you would come," sold Bhe
"I have been expecting you. Oh, Har
ry," she breathed, with n sudden flasb
of Insight, "you arc n man born to be
He held himself rigid, but In hit
veins was creeping a molten Ore, nnd
the lire was beginning to glow dully Id
bis eye. Her whole being called him.
And still she stood there before blm,
saying nothing, leaning slightly toward
him. her red lips half parted, her eyes
fixed almost wistfully on his face.
"C!o away!" ho whispered hoarsely nt
hist. The voice was not his own. "Go
away! Go nwayl"
Suddenly she swayed to hlui.
"Oh, Hurry, Harry," she whispered,
"must I tell you? Don't you see?"
The Hood broke through blm. lie
seized her hungrily. Ho crushed her to
til tn until she gasped; he pressed his
lips against hers until she all but cried
out with pain of It; lican his great
bruwu bands blindly through her hair
until it came down about them both In
a cloud of spun light.
"Tell me!" he whispered. "Tell met"
"Oh, oh!" she cried. "Pleasel What
"I do not believe It," ho murmured
She drew herself from him with gen
"I nm not worthy to say It," she said
soberly, "but I love you with all my
heart and soul."
Then for tho first nnd only tlmo In his
life Thorpe fell to weeping, while she,
understanding, stood by and comforted
The few moments of Thorpe's tears
cased the emotional strain under wbicb
perhaps unconsciously be had been la
boring for nearly a year past. The
tenseness of his nerves relaxed, no sa
vored deliberately the Joy of a luxuri
ous couch, rich hangings, polished tloor,
subdued light, warmed atmosphere. lie
watched with soul deep gratitude the
soft girlish curves of Hilda's body, the
poise of her llower head, tho piquant,
half wistful, half childish set of her
red lips, tho clear starllko glimmer of
her dusky eyes. It was all near to him
"Kiss me, dear." she said.
She leaned her cheeks against her
baud nnd her hand against his shoul
der. "I have been reading a story lately,"
said she, "that has Interested me very
much. It was about a man who re
nounced all be held most dear to shield
"Yes," said Thorpe.
"Then be renounced all his most val
uable possessions because a poor com
mon man needed the sacrifice." '
"Sounds like a meduevnl story," said
he. with unconscious humor.
(TO 1115 CONTINUKD)
Do Not I3k Iki'luhNcud.
Never hesitate to say "No" to your
dealer if lie offers you a substitute
for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It lias no equal on the market for
the prompt cures of coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough and
vou make no mistake in buying
this medicine. For sale by Hilo
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors boned, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Front St., Noxt to Alcana's
In Kog or Bottlo
JOHN KAI, Jr.
ASK .YOUR CltOCER 4
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H . Hackf
U. faAiirc nam - mm .11
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO". THE FACT THAT
Is tliat which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, OALj
Whcu purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be 'getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at Sau Francisco
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO.
I THE J
I'OR KATI5S, IILANKS, I5TC.
E. E. RICHARDS
AGI5NT INTIUMSI.ANI) TKtK
GRAPH CO., 1111,0.
j "Little Joker"
A shipment is to arrive
in a lew days.
eld & Co.
Koa Lumber in small nnd large quatiti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ot
furniture. Prices in ode rate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply toJOSK G. SKRRAO.
Call at Tribune Office
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