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CVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATUUDAY, MARCH 24, 1808.
W r. '
I Sir Henry Morgan, j
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of ''The Southerner," "For Love
of Country' "The Grip of Honor," Etc
COPYRIGHT. 100.1, BY (J. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
me no further. Indeed, tho burden la de Tobar. Twcro to mako a sacrl
greater than I can bear." j logo nf a sacrament"
"A slave to whom!" she went on In-j "Jhy father"
'slstontly. She laid her hand upon his1, "I have done my best to obey him.
I strong arm and bent her head closo to- ejn no m0". , ,
ward him. They were far from tho What wilt thou dot
other now ,anu tne turns oi me wina-1 ""' .... , . ., . .
tint road concealed them. . The road at tho point they had ar-
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(Continued from Saturday)
CHAITUll I Sir Henry Morgan,
former pirate, having purchased lm
munlty and knlghtnood from tho kln
of England, has reformed and has bo
come vice governor of Jamaica. Ho l
deposed and, killing the omccrs sent
to arrest blm, determines to become
again a freebooter. II Uenjamln
Hornlgold, ex-plrate, who has been
bitterly wronged by Morgan, Joins thv
fortunes of the latter In order to seek
an opportunity to wrcack vengeance
on him. HI and IV Having recruited
a crew of ex-plratcs and other desper
adoes, Morgan seizes an English frig
ate and murders her crew. OR for tbo
Spanish coast In search of treasure. Y
and VI In a desperation action,
wherein arc shown the daring and re
tourcefulness of Morgan and tbo cour
age of his men, ho defeats two Spanish
flgates and captures their convoy, a
treasure galwn carrying an abess and
priests ns passengers. VII Morgan
chows his qualities by heaving over
board n mutineer nnd shooting down n
priest who attempts to save tho man.
VIII Wrecked on tho Venezuelan
coast, near La Ouayra, to which city
Morgan Is nttrncted by Dnnna Mer
cedes de Lara, daughter of the viceroy
of Venezuela, IX. X and XI Donna
Mercedes and Cnptnln Dominique Al
arado, commandante of La Ouayra,
are In love with each other, but tho
unknown parcntago of Alvarado prc
cnts thels marriage. Donna Mercedes
Is betrothed by her father to Don Felipe
de Tobar, friend of Alvarado. Alvar
ado Is tempted by his loved one to for
get his duty to the viceroy and Don
Felipe and to fly with her Instend of
conveying her safely from Caracas to
La Ouayra. He resists.
Of courso not, but"
"Hut what, sir? It Is your own
weakness you fear? You were strong
enough last night. Havo you by
Thoro was such a passlonato eager
ness In her voice and such a leaping
hope for an afllrmatlvo answer In the
glance sho bent upon him that ho
could scares sustain'' the shock of It.
Ills whnlo soul had risen to meet hers,
coming as she came. He trembled at
her t'roplnqulty. The voice of tho girl
thrilled him as never before.
The sergeant who followed them out
of respect for their confidences check
ed the pace of his troop horse some
what, and tho two advanced some dis
tance from him out of earshot. Tho
rinhappy duenna watched them with
anxious eyes, but hesitated to attempt
to join them. Indeed, the way was
blocked for such an Indifferent horse
woman as she by tho adroit maneuvers
of the sergeant. Ho was dovotcd to
his young commander, and he had sur
mised the stato of affairs also. Ho
would have had no scruples In facili
tating a meeting, even an elopement.
The two lovers, therefore, could speak
unobserved, or at least unheard, by
"Lady," said Alvarado at last, "I am
Indeed afraid. You mako tho strong
weak. Your beauty forgtvo mo mas.
tern rac. Tempt mo not! I can stand
no'roorol" ho burst forth with velfo
mence. "What troubles thee, Alvarado?" sho
"Thou and my plighted word.'
"You choso honor and duty last
night when you might have had mo.
Art still In tho same mind?"
"Scnorlta, this subject is forbidden."
"Stop!" cried tho girl. "I absolve you
from all Injunctions of silence. I, too,
nm a Do I-ara, and In my fathor's ab
HcncA tho head of tho house. Tho duty
thou hast sworn to him thou owest me.
Art still In tho samo mind aa last
night I say?"
"Last night I was a fool!"
"And this morning?"
"I am a slave."
"A slave to what? To whom?"
"Donna Mercedes." ho cried, turning
an Imploring glance upon her, "press
hoarsely, straining her to his breast,
while endeavoring to calm his nervous
and Melted horse. "What would you
"Why didn't you lot mo go!" sho
nskod, struggling feebly In his arms.
It would all have betm over then."
"1 could not. I lovo you
' t-1 t'iil ttrnutifl oliornltf n rsiiittrl I lift tjnnr I TVia iiAiild ttfAPA ufrnfiir frftrti film In
"A slave to whom? Perhaps to of tBP m0Untaln which aroso abovo splto of himself by her deadly peril, by
mo? she whispered. them thousands of feet on one sldo and her desperato design, which ho hnd
"Have mercy on mo!" ho cried. "To tuil abruptly awnjj In a terrific preel- only frustrated by superhuman quick
you yes. nut honor, duty" plco upon tho other. As sho spoko sho nesj and strength. Ho was palo, shak-
"Again those hateful words!" sho In-1 "truck her horso again with tho whipping, trembling, unnerved, for bcr.
terruptcd, her dark faco flushing with At the same tlmo by a violent wrench As he speko those words, "I lovo
anger. "Were I a man, loved I a wo- on the brldlo rein sho turned him J you," so blissful for her to hear, sho
man who loved mo as I as I as ono swiftly toward tho open cliff. Quick slipped her arm around his neck. Ho
you know, I would havo seized her In as she. had been, however, Atvarado'a , forgot everything honor, duty, his
spite of all tho world! Onco she' hnd own movement was quicker. Ho ' word everything ho throw to tho
fled to tho shelter of my arms, while stuck spur into his powerful barb and winds. Before tho passion which
llfo beat In my heart none should tear with a single bound was by her sldo sought death when denied him his own
"He thinks not of my happlncsV"
"Bay not so. Donna Mercedes."
"TIs true. It Is a matter of con
ventent arrangement. Two ancient
thou wert In my arms I was lost" "Bo It so. We will bo happy unttt
"And -I was found. I leaped to death, that time."
I shut my eyes as I drovo tho horso qm m0nth, ono month of hearer,
toward the clulff, and I awakened to my love, Artcr that let como wba
find myself In your arms In heaven! may," sho answered, her checks an
Let nothing take mo henco. ryc9 aaamo, her heart IhroblitnR wltra
"tr cannot be," ho said. " Imust go the exquisite pain in her breast,
to tho viceroy when ho returns from ..Soat onc appr0achcs!" ho said at
Ll Z. w"nn,dvtp11 ' ,hat I last. And nt the same moment the rest
hajo betrajed him. (of ,bc pgrty came aroum, , .j
- will tell him," she answered, "or the road. The poor duenna was too
wilt thou tell him what I tell thee?" sumed with anxiety and remorse
"?. ..." "Rrrnardo." said Alvarado
I ..,, K..,a ...in i.i,. ..- iuu.
mm. .... I- l.l .L-. f 1.1 .i.il. i;ij.vuut. nu nm urn uui oiuow.-
t uvu eu) lu nun mm I -uiikuv iiumii M.pr , ft.
hero. Unsaddle the horses and pre
pare the noonday meal tinder tiro
broke theo down. I had the power, and
I used it. Tbo story Is as old as Eden
tho woman tempted
I should havo
In tt very nick of time. Her horse's powers of resistance vanished. Ho
forefeet wcro slipping among the strained her to his breast and bent his
loosa stones on the edge. In another head to kiss her. Again and again ho
second they would both bo over. Al- drank nt the upturned fountain of
vnr.ido threw his rleht arm nrnnnil her aflcctlnn. her litis. Tho shock had
and with a force superhuman draeeed bcea too much for him. Ho had seen should not havo weakened. Hut
I . ........ -1....1 her from tho saddlo. at the samo tlmo her tinon tho verco of eternity. Sho shall light no more. It Is all over."
. J. L-t5 -.. .1.; ' ... .V i , forclne his own horse violently back, thonchtnothlnir of that In her present "Ah, thou canst not," sho whispered.
ih k.., r . iin.j iiv. . -hoi. ward with his brldlo hand. Ills Instant Joy. Sho only realized that sho was'ncstllng closer to him. "And tell my
rather than bo given to Don Felipe or
..... .. .!... n-ll t.l .... ..-.! yiMV Ul liuiiuuay nil-til uuutrr uiu-
to any-one clso. Tell him you saved ;,. a. ., ,-. -w.. r
. ' ,i ....... i .I.' . .... .trecc Send one of tho troopers aneaci
me on tho very brink of tho cliff and , , . ...!..- .i--. -- . . mm
that never soldier mado a better fight '0.blrcJ.ndrHm Wn?n JS LTJS
for Held or flag than thou didst mako1 "J"1" "" kE?'B "TL!?.;
t . i.. a j..i .... .... t Henora Agaplda, you must bo tire
"f 1U """"' """, """ l .. ,,, n -M. , , , .,., .
"Is an honorable gentleman, a bravo
ono. Ho needs no defense at my
.hands. That much, at least,. my fa
ther did. Thero is no objection to my
suitor savo that I do not lovo him."
"In tlmo In time you may," gasped
"oDst thou look within thlno own
heart and see a fancy so evanescent
thntthou spcakest thus to mo?"
"Nay. not so."
"I bellovo thee, and wcro a thousand
years to roll over my head thlno Imago
would still be round hero."
Sho laid her tiny gloved hand upon
her breast as sho spoko In a low
voice, and this tlmo sho looked away
from him. Ho would havo given heav
en and earth to havo caught hei
yielding figure In his nrms. Sho drop
ped In the saddle uesldo him in a poo
which was a confession of womanly
weakness, nnd sho swayed toward him
as If tho heart In her body cried out
to that which beat In his own breast.
"Mercedes! Mercedes!" o said.
"You torturo mo beyond endurance!
Oo back to your duenna, to Senor Aga
plda, I beg of you! I can Btand no
more! I did promlso nnd vow In my
heart my honor my duty1
I promptness had saved her, for the In hts arms again, that be had kissed father that should harm come to theo
J rlghtcned horso sho rodo, unable to her, and between tho kisses ho poured I If in their anger ho or Do Tobar lay
contrnl himself, plunged down tho cliff out words that were even greater ca
nnd was crushed to death a thousand resses.
(tot below. i The others wcro far behind. They
band upon theo It will not advantage
their plans, for I swear. It thero bo no
other way, I will starvo myself to
wcrj alone upon tho mountain side, i death to follow thee!"
will mo rocKS ucninu anu mo great, -j. cannot shelter myself behind a
"The ScnorlU Mercedes?" hc atfeet?
I a a YtA llftni Via (n iVtrt hmmihiI TtTfAt-sss.
been stronger; I V ,, hn..-r.
I I "TIa .!!--. ... f.ll " a... ...j.-.! h.
"Yes: over tho cliff. Captain 'AIvw
rado lilted mo from tho saddle just lav.
"I shall mako a novena of de-rot lorn
to St. Jsgo for thy preservation
eweot Mercedes," cried tho duenna,.
TWO HOSPI fALS
"and you, )oung sir,' must havo
"It Is ever at your service." answer
rd Alvarado gravely, bowing bctonr.'
The old woman's heart went oat t
tho gallant young man, so handsomer
ko strong, so distinguished!
"My Oodl" cried tho young soldier sapphire sea of the Caribbean beforo woman."
mem. Ho held her closo to tils breast, "Then I will tell them both myself."
and thoy forgot everything but lovo as ,he cried. "You shall know, they shall
they gently pricked along tho road. It (n0w, how a Spanish woman can
was near noon now, and, as tho road jov"
a lunong tanner aeooucneu inio nn An, thou shalt know, too." answer- fcr-.o
nnpn nlntcnu ithnitoil liv trpps anil wa. . it..n...i. n..l.. i..i ,i.A..nt. i "' l-""i
tht SJJ5 fnMM?tito l,rMk m' hcart' ' nn ""known, can ex- "Why." sho mused under her brrattq.
pi- J0"" th? mountain sldofrom somo in- . ' . . .. . . .,,.,..,,.',,. , ,,.. .,,. , nrT
(To be continued)
Acts as a Dar to Profitable Employ
ment. You cannot afford to grow old.
In those days of s:remiou cumpett-
Two mora cas-r of llrlKht'H DlftaBO
rccovcreil nfti-r tho trcntment In hopl
tam naa raiifii
Known Tnercnani 01 i.urcim. ;ni, in ,K ...i,i .,. ti,.i i. - i .,.
In 111" Ijino llnsliltiil In Him Franc M-o "" " i""w u "i - " .
for throo months. Wan no swollen with lng'3 trnvel, could repose thomsolvcs
Wami llfo wA. S,pM or. accessible cloud swept height, It was "'" "' ,?nt llneaco and birth talh
John it. oymiiuir. th well , nttlng place to mako camp, where "? f ..f n
lian.t of .nun-lea. Cnl, lie was ,K .,,, .., ,., ,, , ',. est of them nil.'
It was a bravo speech, but ho did
vtnt ! It let Itrtl.l llhrtn tlitlrtfll
iiropsy ho hnd to lm inppeii cvi-r ten until tho lireeio of nftornoon tomnered n.ivanu nm uiu uiu '".i"-",
any.. Ho wns steadily sAikln wl..n Ids ?h "'hl" , nf fii ,iov tlnrn tm .11.- '' In P"0 "' "' when, confl-
rnmlly Knik lilni honm iin.l jnit him on lno beat or tho day. Hero ho ills- ,,., ,,.,' ...mtovcr hn mlcht iv lin-.
Ililton's jiennl Conuunil for tirlght's mounted, lilted her from horse, and ucnt that wliatotcr no might sa. no.
Dlnease. Tho tnri'lMKn c-uM-d nml ho bf- ,.pv .,Ki tnuelher Rldn liv side evcr ,lQ mlsht struggle, ho was hers nt
ASXry,: ,h"yorhlvo00al'ed me'sho whisper- o " P -t " .B-ln. o
lous ecnio. ..... cd. "You havo drawn mo back from ,..",,;? "v" , . ,. Hon It Is necossarr to maintain., nv
Another case l thnt of Mr. T J. Mulloy iho Aonlh Ihnt I .onirlit nnd lin clven "When go you lo my father, Scnor ;''"' " '" n,r io nnimuui ac
f 23l Ilrynnt HL. Hnn Kninclsco. A tew lno oenln ,nntI, B0U.gU,V ooa " 8,vc,n 'Alvarado?" sho asked lo"x a' l",",")'e. one youthful appear-
nonths nun ho was In tho U. H- Marino mo to you. Wo shall never bo part- .Altaraanr sno bskcu.
Cd." I wncn ne returns irom mo urino
"I nm a falso friend, nn ungrntoful co."
Ana that win not ho until-
Hospital In that city nnd was so low with
IlrlRht's DIhcam that his sister, Mrs,
l-Mii.h ...na nilvlMrd lit, Ihn r.liv(lfin In
charge that n fatal end wns Incvltnblo servitor, a forsworn man, a perjured
nnd cIom et hand. Hho took him homo Rndtcr!" ho groaned, passing his hand
nnd put Mm on the tu no treatment that '.,, -.i- !.,. .. i, i..,..i. ....
s.ne.1 alanr. Hi. recovered nml mo over his palo brow as.lt to brush away
months later returned to hla employment o Idea conscaucnt unon his words.
Ave. with men It Is different." 8all,w1r't8 lllllr of ,h" ,,ov,, " oxl que't'on, "nut thou hast jny lovo." sho whls-
the girl, and the sound of a sob In her iiVlsht's Dlienao nnd Diabetes nro eur- percd tenderly, swaying toward him
voice cut him to the heart, "and theso nblo in ST per cent, of till cam by ful- again.
thing, aro above love, above every- &".' jVitfitoT 'Co.. tn wSSunmS!1 8U "Yes-yes Would that It could
thing. I do not I cannot understand, jjiwi rrnnriM-n. crown something clso than my dlshon-
I ennnot romnrehend. You havo re- HONOLULU DIIUO CO , . looit Airents. or
Jectd me. I bavo offered myself toVXe". or "".To" JSSSx'vinrVSiiZt "Say"fiot so.'
"Perhaps a month
"Wilt. love mo until then?"
"I shall lovo theo forever."
"Nay, but wilt thou tell mo so, with
every day, every week, eery hour, ev
ery moment, with kisses like to
"Oh, tempt mo not!" he whispered.
Hut ho returned again-nnd again her
! It Is Imposslblo to do this without
retaining a luxurloui growth of hafr.
I Tho presence of Dandruff Indkitun
tho presence of a burrowing grant
which lives and thrives on the root oZ
tho hair until It causes total bnldaetq;.
Nowbro's Hcrplcldo Is tho ouJSf
known dettroycr of this pest, nnd It Is
as tffectlte as It Is delightful to list.
' Hcrplcldo makes an elegant frar
drcHflng as well ns Dandruff cure
Accept no substitute thero Is nortec
Sold by leading druggists. Send lCe
vnn n second time after tha refusal of hnnrts or eyelids: dropsy: Kidney trnublo "I hnd been faithful." ho went on as
last night. I, too. am a slave. I lovo "JJ.'imeni- ratlin" vion- drawsfteu' 'one ,f ln Ju"incntln. "bal I nt seen theo fallen, what then? Is not one kiss as Co.. Detroit, Mich, Holllster Drrs Ojw
Fcllpa nr tnnro of them-. on tho brink or that chit, and men baa as a thousand? '
you. Nay, I cannot marry Don
Ah, my Alvarado, If you have onco In stamps for sample to Tho HcrplcHli
Co.. Detroit, Ml
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