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EVENING nUl.LKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEtl. 10, 100C.
-f -f -f-f-f t -ff -f -f ; "- t ,vat a treasure nnd feel that he could I But tho recital of this Utopian ilrenm cr6w gave back before the furious
ir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
" Author of "The Southerner," "For Love
X of Country," "The Grip of Honor," Etc.
"" COPYRIGHT, WOH, BY J. W. UlLLINtillAM COMPANY
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(Continued from Saturday)
-not nliarn In It. Tlio fresh nlr nnil tho was rudely Interrupted. onset of Sir Henry
.1. fnn.t nml ilrlnk hml nlrnn.lv ,1nnn tnni.li I "NAV. tnnnllT." rrlpil tlln til II 11 8.1 W- "Voil llOel" he Screamed, and IjCfOfO
ofnr tlinan l.nr.u- rnrrinna Thnv u.nrn klnn wlin lifiil ilnno most of tho talk' llin nlher realized his Intention, ho Overboard
4. ! beginning to retain. If not all tfcelrl'ne from among the crew; "we go no struck him a fearful blow In tho facolUf'?"'. "Now vve'll go back and pick
-. strength, at least some of their cour-i'a"ner. with ms naKCti net. Always a man oi'i' ' " ""'
'age and assurance, t They congregated! lle wfts confident that he had the unusual strength, his rago had bostowobout! Station for staysl
. In little groups here and thero nmonK.mc,lnB "' 'he men and In that confl- cd upon him n herculean force. Hoj "Look you, Captain Morgan!" cried
.a. Morgan's original men and stared with denco grow bold with reckless tcinorl- oelzcd tho dazed man by thn throat Hornlgold, pointing to leeward. "Tho
lowering brows and flushed faces at V- Unshed by the victory of tlie morn and waist belt ere he fell to tho deck squall! 'Twill bo Boon on us! We'd
1d. ja-.il m A m tln m 1. A l.M.l I mrm I.II.n.l lSilnAS- m. . . . Il M 4 t . 1 It. A . S II . . m I A
xiint irnutic revel in wmcu tney coum "& uu rum hu imu imuiu, muuivni- irom mo rorce oi me mow nnu, nmng
hot participate. Not even the cask of d by tho thought of the trcasuro which .m Mp, literally pitched hlra over
.Irum which Morgan ordered broached' was to ho Bliared, the man went on lm- board. Before the crew had recovered
"Aye, ayo!" "That's well," said the old Inicca
"Wo will! Wo will!" Inccr. i'Tako him forwaid, men, and
That's well. Heave tlrat canton let him havo all tho rum he wants to
kicking tho body of the tako out the chill of his wetting."
"You stood by me that time, Sir
Henry," cried young Teach, who had
been told of Morgan's refusal to till
to celebrato tho capture and of which pudently: (from their astonishment and terror at
all hands partook with Indiscriminate 1 , No, Sir Harry Morgan, novo do. this bold action tho buccaneer officers
oraclty could bring Joy to their hearts, cuieu 10 ioiiow our .aicsi .min. nuti cio0d behind their captain, each cov
Uleted down some. won. mis snip up 10 lie .new ungiuuu cnng tne flonl ran)(g of the mcn wtn
coasi nnu wrecK I cr mere, meru uru pfttolf At lho Bam0 n,lanl tho oth.
pieniy or spots wncro sue can 10 cb cr nicn Hlngrose's crew, came shov
" "Ulisijr "U iiuim IV nnun ... it .. ,., I,r0liell the CI
In the hold of tho ship nearly 100 meant nffluenco for even tho meanest
wretched prisoners were dltcovcrctf. cabin boy. It was wealth such as they
They were tho crew of the buccaneer had not even dreamed of. It was a
thlp Daring, which had been com- prize tho value of which had scared)
manded by a famous adventurer named ever been paralleled.
jungroso. wno nan uecn cnpuimi uj- u Thpr ft.,(,mi,iP,i f-nr,l of thn
ttlir thrnttttli thn aiiifi1 annlnhlni, ititili
obey you there and no fnrthcr. Wo'Vo ,,. ,,, ij t '(i, ,.. i.
got enough treasure under hatches to ,,. h moRt of ,hem hnJ ,0 hc BatU.
.aL.,, .., ,Lu.iuU.w .uu. ..-.- na wlln Delaying pins.
not afcarcd o' the k ng If you are." ,,, , ,,, ' , , ,,
v.... rnniiHit,nrfnro.i mV. Vn ' V o to with you, Captain Morgan,
will bo hanged as soon as your part In f r ' "n? f ,hclr "Tbcr- "W'.V
.1,0 ..i.nnillr 1. w," l"l n treasure, and It seems we're
"And who Is to make It known, not to haro a share In this cither,.
.- a. .,.. ..i.i ...... v,.i Wove been In tho south seas," con-
an. men. if. nothing t. u. If vou nro f.'t'n"0!1 ,ho Pckcr, a roan named
I After matters had mil
what and during this time tho galleon
lima been mainly left to navlgato her
self Morgan deemed It a sultablo oc
casion to announce" his ultlmnto do-
lslre to place themselves under 'the 'sns to tho men.
Irntnmnntl nf Mnrcrmi I -flnntlnmnn alilntiiAtna nml luild
JV . le rta h As 8 " ou, bo "" ow' ? all." he cried. .tlng hi. hand
I mi im . Jin P. thn .m2 fe' lnectlon and calculation sat- for silence, "wo have captured tho
SiTi 1 hiitZ.i.M 1n('u "" l"'ceanecr of tho immense richest prize probably that floats on
had been fully taken possession of tho ,,,,, of hU . The ,ntn Q. tho(tbc ocean. Thero nro pieces of eight
lives of the surMvlng clerics had been' a0)1 C011UUn(, principally of all- and ullver bullion enough beneath tho
uparcd by Morgan s express command. I vc u..!,,,,, . nrohnhlv worth not hatches, as I have told ou, to mako
The priests were allowed to minister far frora a ,, R ,- Jolarg ug rlch for ilf(l, t0 ,. nothlnB of tho """ ""b '" "?, " '" L'OIIonols. noted for his cruelty, ra-
ST.....fT.iTi1hiin t'10"1 ot clht! Tnl8 dlTl(,C(1 nmong'Eod jowels, spices and what not bo-.", ,."",'" ;or;":,j f and imln mr l,acly and ccess, "and the captain
they kept out of tho way of tho sailors ,,, ,sl) gllrvlvorH of , or ,, crew .sides"- ... I .''iJ.i?"?! m.., ! . L ,, ,,i5 "Peak" truly. Thero arc all that can
. .. .. . . .1 III. ... n nlll. n.l l. n(k. a'All .wv - uv tup.u( UIIM v - Itl.i . .
nf ,.nrrii nn ' band of officers who surrounded him. uc ,r'' l T",vo. .1 a raco 0l cow'
of appreciation. .. brf n th hma g W0riu ,wo , ards to defend them."
'Hut, wen, ho continued, 'I hardly ()10 Uush, wo'd havo you understand, Th mnn who had been thrown ov
know what to do with it." nn,i we-rn roniPnt with what we've cot. crboard had shrieked for hcln as ho
"Olvc It to us1" roared n voice, Wc don't want no further crulsln'. fell. Tho splash ho had mado as ho
which was greeted with, uproarious There's no ncod for us to land on the struck the water had been followed
anlsh ma n. We've mado un our u anotner. A spanisn priest stand-
s to 'bout ship nnd bear away to mg ny tne rati naa seized a grating
northward. Am I right, mates?" and thrown It to the man. Morgan
0. nyo! ltlght you arc! ' roarol look in tho situation in a glance.
tho men. surging aft. I "Who throw that grating?" he cried,
"You mutinous hound!" jelled Mor-' "I. senor," composedly nnswered tho
gan, leaning forward In a perfect fury priest, who understood English,
O .n n I t. BMttn.l -nH nrtnn n ilAanArnl A il n .' -laaiv
",u 7:7" , 1 Mm iini quarter deckvlien the announcement .laughter. "We'll make away wltu it." 8p
' " V 1 .. -. I! i o.min was made. When they understood tho . Morgan marked down with iuh cyn mind
They were being transported to Spann(jws (ho m(m bccatn0 ,jrltnk wlh joy, l)le mnn w)l0 lla,t .poken nud wcnt on. 'tho r
Will-in lliei II1HI l-Alll-rwil nuiuiHUI i'"":tt lini.l.l snnm . If h.. 1,, !, .l.l nnrfn r,f ha nn i,.l lho L h I .
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ishmetit for tholr iniquities,
ti-ntion whatever had been paid to
their protests that they wero English
men, and, indeed, the statement wns
hardly true, for at least half of them
belonged to other nations. In the long
passage from Onllno to the Isthmus
and thence through tho Caribbean they
had been kept rigorously under tho
hatches. Close confinement for many
days and enforced subsistence upon a
fccnntv and Inadequate diet had caused
many to die and Impaired tho health of
the survivors. When tho hatch covers
wero oncned. the chains unshncklcd
and the miserable wretches brought
on deck their condition moved oven
kome of the buccaneers to pity. Tho
galleon wns generously provided for
her long cruise across tlio ocean, nnu
the released prisoners, by Morgnn's
orders, were liberally teated. No
work was required of them; they wero
allowed to wander about the decks at
pleasure, refreshed by tho open air,
the first good meal they had enjoyed
In several months and by a generous
allowance) of spirits. As soon as they
learned the object of the cruise, with
out exception they Indicated their de-,
denly stricken mnd. Some of them of England will be closed to us so soon
stared In paralyzed silence; others as our capture of the Mary Itoso Is
broko Into frantic cheers and yells; . noted. England Is at peaio with the
some reeled and shuddered like drunk- world. Thero Is not a Krcnch or Span
en men. Tho one person who prcscrv-' ish port that would give us a haven.
cd his Imperturbable calmness was If we appeared anywhere In European
best rcduco sail and run for It!"
Nay," said Morgan. "I'll allow not
even a storm to Interfere with my
plans. Flow tho head sheets there!
Hard down with the helm! Aft here,
soma of you, and man the quarter
boat! I said I'd pick him up, and pick,
ed up ho shall be!"
The ship, like all Spanish ships, was
unhandy nnd a poor sailer. Morgan,
however, got all out of her that mor
tal man could get. With nice seaman
ship ho threw her up Into tho wind,
hove her to and dropped a boat over
board. Teach had volunteered for the
perilous command of her, and the best
men on tho shin wero at the oars
SawMns hnd managed to catch tho
grating nnd was clinging feebly when
tho boat swept down upon him. They
dragged him aboard and then turned to
tho ship. Tho sinister squall was
rushing down upon them from tho
black horizon with terrific velocity.
1 ne mon bent their backs and strained
at -the oars as never before. It did not
seem possible that they could beat tho
wind. Tho men on the ship besought
Morgan to fill away and abandon their
"No!" ho cried. "I sent them there,
and I'll wait for them if I sink tho
Urged by young Teach to exertion
superhuman, .the boat actually shot
nway, "and, by heaven, I'll stand by
you In your need 1"
"uood! I'll remember that," answer
What's our courso now. captain?"
asked Hornlgold as soon as the Inci
dent was over.
"Sou'west by west half west," an
swered Morgan, who hnd tnken an ob--orvatlon
that noon, glancing in tho
blnnaclo as he spoke.
"And that will fetch us where?"
asked the old man, who wns charged
with tho duty of tho practical aniline
of tho ship.
"To La Ouayra and Venezuela."
"Oho!" snld tho old boatswain. "St.
Jngo de Leon, Caras, t'other side of tho
mountains, will bo our prize?"
"Aye," answered Morgan. "'TIS t
rich placo and has been unplllaged for
a hundred years."
(To be continued)
London's Lord Mayors have during
tho past decade collected more than
JlOO.OOO.OCO (or charitable and benen
Sacramento (Cat.) News.
of rage, nnd his passion was something , Morgan Instantly snatched a pistol under the quarter of 'tho galleon bo- "After
nppalllng to look upon.
Hornlgold clutched nt tho
J from Do Lussan's hand and shot
hrlm man ueau.
Morgan himself. The grntltudo of waters with this galleon we would bo whIc)l llaJ ,,,, deserted by the sea-! "1 nllow no one," ho shouted, ';to
these men toward him was overwhelm-, taken nnd hanged. Now, what's to bo
Ing. Under his leadership they hud done?" ,
achieved such n triumph as had Bcarco-1 ..n,m tlio ship nshoro on tho Now
ly ever befallen thorn In tho palmiest England coast," cried the "man who
days of their career, and with little or ua,j .pocn before. "Divide the trcas
no loss they hnd been put In possession me Ullrn t)10 .n,, ami Catter. Let
of n prodigious treasure. They crowd- cvery man Jook t0 h, own ,nar0 and
cd about him presently with cuthuslas- ng own Ilecj
tiC,CCJ.8,,?f.m'lnCctio?v.?nd w,rBV"-1 "l)y heaven no!" shouted Morgan,
gant ws of loMng service. nA; wCn enough for you, not fur
Tho general Joy, however, was not me. I'm a marked man. You enn dls-
shared by tho rescued buccaneers. Al- appear. I should be taken, and Horn!-
though they hnd but a few hours be-' gold and Itavcnenu and tho rest. It
usppns oq) joj injovtija XJ0doJd uaaq won't do. We must stay by the ship,
foro despaired of life In tho loathsome keep to the original plan. We'll sail
depths of the Alio hold and they hnd this ship down the Spanish main and
and unexpected rcleaBo which had glv- capture a town, divide our treasure,
en them their liberty and saved them make our way overland to the Pacific.
from tho gibbet, yet it was not In any where we'll find another Bhlp, nnd then
human mnn, especially a buccaneer, to away to tho south seas! We'll found
lew with equanimity tho distribution a community, with cvery man a law
or tho proposed distribution of no for himself. We'll"
men detailed to it during the courso Intcrfcro between mo and the disci
of tho hot debate. The old man cast pllno of my men! You speak well,
one lung, nnxlous glanco to windward, L'OIIonols. And for you, hounds," ho
whero a black squall was apparently
brewing. Hut he said nothing. Tho
nrgument was between Morgan nnd
his crew; thero was no need for him
to Interfere. Teach, Ilavcncau, Vel-,
Eers and tho officers drew their pis-,
tols and bared their swords hut most 'ileal a hand tneroi
roared, clubbing tho smoking pistol
nnd Btcpplng townrd the huddled,
frightened men, "get back to your du
ties 'unless you wish Instant death!
Scuttle mo, If I don't blow up the gal
leon unless you Immediately obey!
If you hesitate-
fore tho squall broke. The tackles
wero hooked on, and she was run up
serious Illness of over n year
Jmlgn J. It. All" 11 ot this city has recov
ered nnd regard, himself mot fortunato
In ruccCMfully battling with wlmt Is gen-
tho treatment given mo liy my phytlclin
was In uccortl.inro with tlio best methiMt
of the crew wero nlso armed, and If it Fire on them!" bo cried to his officers, trough the shrouds nnd rigging, but ""nlii'in'' "KSVn1. n?iv!ii"i,U.iei'.,n,i'
. ..i.l ....,.!. ,l,n nnl.l., I tint Mm mnn In Ihn frnnl ,1 1.1 nnt lln.' .?.., -.i.i n.-i.i .. !. pounds 111 WCIgllt nnil Will DO PieaMU
to tho davits with all her crew aboard, ernlly rtgnnicd a. n fatal malady. lirlmif
"Un with tho helm!" cried Morgan ' niwasc of iho kidneys. In si-nkliiB ot
the Instnnt the boat was alongside.
"Hulnf. Ihn mnlnvnrd nnil fret thn cnn
vas off her! 'Aloft, topmen! scttio ""." i"",""S'n. Vi S iienVinV'S
lew down! Live- tho l'ulton Compounds I went to 8m Trail-
IcIrco to InvfntiKnto nnd was soon con
And as tho shin slowly paid off and n-n, three month- before I noticed' n
upon them. Tho sea wns a-smothcr ,low ,nil no eldenco of tho illima-e and
with mUtand rain. The wind whipped nm uitined it la entirely cllmlnnud. My
away tho halyards! Clc
camo to a. trial of strength tho cabin !Uut tho men In tho front did not lln
, everything held. Taking a great bono de-crll my i xporl'-nco to nnyom
In her teeth, tho old Almlranto Rccaldo tnnv coll or write.'" Sacramento
i... ,..i .n ............. n.i .i.,,..i ' Tlio editor of the News himself wi
canir was so overwhelmingly otitnum- gcr. They broko nway from his pros-
gcrcd that It would havo been f utile, enco so vehemently that they fell over
to inaugurate a contest. ono another In tho gangways.
Morgan, howover, was frantic with' "Don't fire!" they cried In terror,
rage. Ho did not hesitate n second. "We'll go back tp duty!"
He rushed at Master Ilartholomow Morgan was completely master of
Sawklns, nnd, bravo man as that sailor i tho situation.
wns. ho falrlv nualled before tho tor- ' I am to bo obeyed." ho cried. "Im
captain presented The rest of Uio'nllcltly, without question, without hes- "'Foro God, I will, sir," answered . a'r tlio third month: urlno rimy
captal nprcsentcd. Tho rest of tho nation." - I Sawklns. I r moVi of Uic-
I.nnln.1 h. r.vn In Innnnr.l nml rlnnod ' ThO C1 I0r or IttO K" IlllllSell , IUO
heeled far over o leeward and ripped frl.n(1 who t0(1 Jll(1(t1 All,n or th0 HlUoll
through tho water to tho southward Compound-. They arc thn only thlnst
nt such n pace as sho had never mado known that ctir i Ifriglit'. W-ea-o and Dla-
, . V ,,, ,,,,.,,,.. ,ti .i.nnni. iieten. About 87 kt d nt of nil cases re-
before. On the quarter deck a drencli- C0Ver. send for free booklet.
ed. Hhlvcrlnc nnd sobbing flgurc knelt, HONOLULU Dltuo CO, Local Agents.
In. Mnmnn'o fnn nn.l kl.an.1 hi. hnnil. When to suspect IlrlKlit'll I)jene.
Wilt obey mo In tho future?" Cried hnnd- or lyellda; Dropsy: Kidney trouble
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