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nVKNIXO IHJMXTtN, IiONOMJI.U.T. I!., BATtmiJAY. A fit II. 7. 1300.
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By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerner," "For Love'
of Country," "The Grip of Honor' Etc.
copvitimiT. iuiki, v ;. w. dillinhiiam company
tto turned Innltnr tlvcljr lo Hip nil
nlilii'RR. Slip Inillinteit flrnt oil" ami
tliim nnotlipr nmoiiR tlio iieuir cnii'lvm.
nnil iu tlu'j' li'tiiKctl slio tiiiiiiil tu Mui
Knn nml, Willi n move ilinnlty. gnlil In
Srar.lali, of which Iip was a mnstpr,
ttint nlie 'voulil ro flrt (o show I ho
tiallrrnl. lint fillll lio'il totjillior nml'tlirlr proprnrp vvnnM ctprrillly licromo
wmilil Imtil iinli'3B (lip storm ' amr up Known, and tlipy w mill lip constantly
twilii As the arms mini' nxlmu' Mm nipr.r.rnl er nltiKKcd l tnioin from
Kin mtm-iI Mom out to those mi'ii i ilip l.i'nvll) carilxoni.il ilat' lllte I'or
whom li lontililPiPif rast re'llfililc, to Hello nml C'lUttiRrnn. Ilai l of :lipn I
niul, nf cr tlirmslnn out a Minim Riianl n nlmrt illntniui' an ay la l.n (liiayia.
aromnl Hip lianil. the rest tough! rIipI i It rnttlil ! talien by Minn lm Metrcim
way nml then tli otlicrs would lip In ' ti-r nn uiid.lniBO drlltwood fire's whlrli i urge-il. and rnally rpnirml If tliey
liPlter lii"irl In follow. Slip Bat down I had In Pil lilmllcil by Hip iie of flint fttnrtril to m.irc-li westward Hip Indlaiifl
on Hip linituwnlu'ii rlialr, nlili-h was land Moil. Tlirro vim linrdly n poml-1 would apprl- I tie Hi.uilnnln of lliolr
simply a lilt of wood lirld lll,p Hip kpiI Mllly tlmy would tin n1in-rvc.il In Hint i prcrdirp mid tlicv would linvr to flfilit I
of n aw Inn In n trlanulp of inii. inalp eti-iernnl land, liilt still It was wisp to thrlr way to Hip IMrllle. If tlipy took
Hip r1i.ii ol Hip rrons nml witvcel lipr UiK" prpcniillnn. i j Oli.ijrn. th-n Hip pproy, with Iip
pomlns down Hip mountain: Hint tlipy
i utiiprlspil a lialf dorpti troopers, n
nutnl.pr of slaves, a lipnlly lad Mi rai k
ti.in una two women.
Traili liad slatloni'd Ills ini-n under
tliu trres in u in ml or In road around
wlilch the travelers lind in pass, and
Iip nwnlieil MorRan's orders. TnldllK
n detneliiiii'nl of Hie most ri'llnlil" men.
vlt:i Volsprs nml llornlRold, and hid
illni; tlip other oIIIipm mid mpii to
stnnd where they wprp mi II he BPnt
li!iii,1 Slin u-na hniilnl nstinrn In nil 111.
"t 'slant, with nothing woisp to ronipMn
of than n ilronehliiK hy the vvnvci lly
irnnilKiiIdH dlrertlou she wnlKed past
him toward Hip plump of palms which
Morgan had ludtentoil
CHAI'THIl I Sir Henry Morunn.
former pirate, hnvlns; puiehiiRPd Im
tiliitilly mid Itlllillitliood fiom the Mii
of Kiiuhitnl, linn reformeil mid has Im
Miino vlco fiovcrnor of .Inmnlra. He l.i
deposed nml. hilling the olllrers sent
hoard n mullneer and bJiooIIiir down a
prleRt who nltempts to save tlin man.
VIII Wreelted on tlio Venezuelan
roast, near I,-i (liriyrn, to vvhlili elty
Morgan Is nttriieted hy Dtmnn Mer
cedes de Lara, daunliter nf tlin vlreroy
lo nrresi mm, elcliinilnci to hernnwlof Vtneziieln. IX. X mid XI Donna
nuain n irecnoonr. u iiPitJatnln Mereedes and Captain Doniliilnue Al
llornlRold, ex-plnil", who has hren,nrado. cominandnnle of Iji (Inayra
liltterly wioncrd hy Morgan, Joins thu
fill tu nea of the. latter In order to neelc
nn oppottunlty to wrenek MnKenntr
nn him. Ill and IV llnvlne rcenilted
n eiflw uf ex-plrales and other desper
adoes, Morgan srlres an I'iirIIsIi frls
Dlo nml tniirders her erew Ott for the
Kpnulfli oal In re.ireh of treasure. V
pud VI In it denpernllon notion,
wherein nrp shown the darliiR nnd re.
tnurrefulness of MorKim nml the inur
nKP of hh men, he ilefeiis two Spanish
nipileg mid eaptures I liolr inny. a
nrp In love with enrh other, hut the
unknown parentage of Alrnrndo pre
vents their innrrlnae. Dnnna Merredes
Is beirnthed hy her falher to Don IVIIpp
dp Tolnr, frlpnd of Alvnrado, Alvar
ado Is tempted hy his loved onp tn for
K1 his duty to tlio vlreroy and I)nn
Pellpp and to lly with lipr Instead of
(oinpilm; her safely from Cnraeas to
Lit (lunyin. He rrslKts. XII nnd XIII
On Hip Journey to Un (lunyrn rather
man Rive up her lover Donna Mer
cedes nltempln her own destrurtlon.
tieasure Bnlrnu inirjliu; nn nhess nnd i Ho leseues her and yields to her nrcn
pilesla ns liasseiiRers. VII MorRnn incuts that lovo outwelKhs honor mid
tnows ins iiuuiiiies uy ueaiins met- duly.
"Can you keep your plslola dry?"
I ran wrap them In oilskin nnd
(Continued from Saturday)
Them was FunielhlUK nhout Hint
man that rtiforred oheillencp, whether
thoy would or nl. Ills orders wero thrnst them In my Jaektt.
promptly oheyed and IntolllKeiitly ear- -(jo to Iho shore, then," said Mor-
lied nut hy l.'Ollounls and his men, i Ran, "and lerelvr this womnii nnd
who Oral went ashore. A heavy haw- thoip prlestH. March them away from
ner was ilniRKCil HiiourIi the surf nnd thu men to yonder clump of palms
made Inst hliih up on I lie sturdy pnlm nml Rimd them nn you would onr lire,
troo. On It they iIrrpiI n traveler and If any man appionili you or them for
Iho rhiilr, nml then the prlestx wero.nny purporp shool him den.l wllhoul n
liioiiRht forward from Hip enlilii. They
wpip strUltPii with fear, hut lenewrd
Ihelr (our.iRit al Hip kIrIiI of tlio enlin
UiiBi of Hip ahhpsH.
"IIoiiiIroIiI," said MorRnn, "are ou
nllll fallhlul ii me In this crisis?"
"I shall ohpy you In all things
now," answered the ho.ilswnln.
"lly the old liurcntieer faith," slid
tlio oneejed. nRiiln adding tlio sIriiIII
nint ndverh, "now." i
I'm a wonder, the captain paid no
nttciitloii to .he eiiiphashi on the word
The liuccnnedrs wero luinriry nml i I renniio of his iialaro nnd the opulent
thirty, bill they w-pre forerd to do , rlly of Caracas, would lie nt Ihelr ; mer
without PVPrthltiR until mornliiR, I ev. Tlipy could rnvaRP Iip two towns, J
when lliey could Ret nil tlipy waived I se;p tlip first ship that ennip lo Hip
fiom Hip ship. Ho thoy llRhtPiiPd tin Ir ; rondsirnd nnd mnkc Ihelr way lo the
hellii nnd dlspniPd tlipmspen ahout litlimus snfply mid spppdlly. As lo the
ti n,n uniui. rioi, in.v ihrtr I lio flips as Iipst they could lo Ret I trcnsurc o ntho mlleon, the liuctniiPer i
turn! and afti-r Hipip reached Hip sand ' ",inl r0"' "'"y rolBht. cnplaln propostd to unload It and bury,
the rest of Iho rrcv WIIP sent lishoie. .nrf;iiu nuu uiu uuiuein mi w upuii ' u in hip Hnuo ami uner muy nun i-npf
Morgan wns inrrful to Indlcnto i-neh ' and tonsulted Ioiir and earnestly otcr
ono-s turn, so that he preserved n lial-, ' " ' l"aHon. Thry oiild never mnke
imtf hit ween the more repulnhlo nnd i "" ."'"I' spaworiny nRnin. to iitiiiu a
RIIUIITIT OOP lllll Ul 1111 IIIIHHTS wuuni
he the work of months, nnd when It
wis tln'sheil It could nol possibly tnr
l l.p whole crew. To innich west
wnnl toward the Isthmus mennt lo en
counter tirrlfle hanlihlps lor dnys:
Tcnrh, lend on. Lot no hnrm eoitio to
' i aye." answerrd another volco
out r i he darkness, and a third oleo
"lladnt we bettor make surp that
none nn alive o tell the tnlp?"
Ol i nurse, a. knife for Hip wound
id." nnxwerpi! th stern voice, "nnd
bear n hand."
On ally surprlsPd and iinahlo tn
romprehPiid nnvlhlng but that his men
had Iippii slniiRli'erPil nnd no harm had
tlio more degraded mpmliprs of tin
erw both on ship ami asliote. Among
tlio last to go wero the maroon and De
I.USfnn. They bad both receUed In-
s.ructlons, one to ntntlon himself at
the palm tree, the other to oer the
hawser where It ran along ilic snote
beforo It entered the wnter These pre
cautionary orders which he had glw n
wore neiessary. Tor when Hie last man
had been hauled nsliore nml Morgan
step ed Into The chair for 'lis turn one
of the Infuriated bueentieors, wntctilng
his enure, seized his Jaekknlfe. Hip
onlr weapon that he Im I. for Morgan
had been tnicful to mnke the men
leave tin Ir arms on the ship, nnd mndo
n rush for the rope to rut It mid leave
he captain In his fate. Hut Dp l.ns
sail shot him iIp.h1 and before the nlh
cm could mnko n move Morgan step
pod safely on the sand.
"That was well done," he cried, turn
ing to Iho I'lenclimnn.
"Ah. mon cnpltalne," answered the
othci. "It waH not fropi afrcitlnn. but
becr.iisp you nro necessary to us."
"Whatever It may be." rcturn-il the
old man. "I o.vo much to juu, ami.
scuttle me, I'll not lorget It."
Thu Frenchman, ludlffcrent lo Mor
gan's expressions of grntltudp, shrug
ged his shuiilders, turned nwny and
mnilo no reply.
The transpnrta'lon of so many pen
pin across Hip slender lino hail till, en n
Ions time. The sun, JiikJ beRlnnlng to
break through 'he rlen rlouiU, wns
near Its setllug: night would noon be
They must hurry with
wnu! I'll see that the others have no
weapons. Dye iindeisland?'
"Aye, and shall obey."
The boatswain swung hlms-df Inlo
(lie (hair, anil the men on Hip other uuoii them
end of the iinvclcr pulled him lo thoiwbnt was jo' to be done. Morgan sent
oilier shore, none the worse for bis Tc.ieh nnd tlio llrmlllan bnek to the
wetting. Ho opened bis Jacket, found ship with Instructions lo gnther up
the weapons dry. mid wnved IiIh hnnd enough weapons to nrm the new nnd
iim n iilgu lo Morgan that ho wan all s-n.l them ashore. This was promptly
light. douc Imleed. (ommiinli'ntlnn wns not
"Now. which of you will go first?") illlllrult now tlin: the forre of Hip gale
qsked Morgan. wns nballng. The shli hnd boen ludlv
THE 3d BOOTQB
The follow Intj letter k m ,,, ,.
Itmthi-rboPil ILillrn-nl Tmli m n.
Knr or Never Nli;r N r,i".
Ilnx.hlni. N. . Aim II. Iim-,.
J. J luliiiii c'n. Snn lYncnni Ih-nr
Hlrs- I fil It my iluly tn writ- v,,n nf mir
irnniinrfiil flfii.il CiinuHiuml i.,r llrlKhl's
lllsin-i. It II tlm mnnt WiiimI. i ml lllllllt
I nvi-p Utuw nf. I liml UHuhl t IllM, iru
In ii limit erltlunl wny. anU utt ilm-inni
ini nn- up ns n coner. Sn m wtf-1 illtil
a thlnl Up snM the only hn- I lm,l wns
your iiti--llcln. It wns itnltin rnr 1111
nt on, nt joo Jlroniluny, N. V In sii-u
Ias Hie iiinp-iy nil inn mm mv i-vs Km
n t i mill see uulte I taltl. nml I htl.-- I-i-imi
on the linpniM! err slnnn I mn mi tlm
tlghtli iMiiiIn nnd mil nhle In wnllc nrnuiiil
niul tM-l imi much lllti tnsi-lf Hi it I txpi-ct
tn pi In wnrk next .Mnnilny. I mi n Menin
IX, It. eniiiliielnr, sn ml sie I must frel
tirillv iriMkt tn Im, nhle In ti.imll - n Irnln. I
shall i-niillnilp with the ltinal cnnUHitMlil
till I nni suro It lias nifiiin inv wnmieriiii
euro jw-rnian' lit. 'f muling Hint nil will dn
ns will as I linve, Yuurs,
II Hlrw-nrt Pt., llnmhlirti. N'. V.
Xnle thai nfler twn dmlniM hail failed
wllh Hie nrihnitnx Iri-nlnvnt n l-n-ad i.liv-
hIi-I-iii tIIi', the only tlilnii known th it . . . ' , ,.
ennll.ils HrUht's IMnrnse niul -umi! tills ! IllKKllall M
ImllKiit'i tir. . Senil for Imnkli I cm Hi'- eur
iil.Illl V nf llllgllt's Dim-am tn .Inn J. Till
Inn t . ill!! WnMlllnltnll HI. Kin Pl-lin
elsen. nr to HifUuluiu lirurr Co, lnc.it
Winn tn suspect llrluht's ltlxense
winkni-si or Inis ef wilitht p-nTy nulilrs,
tinnils nr iol,i: lini.wy: K'Uniy imuliln
niter tin- llilnl moiilli: iirin- iimy ln
nillinrnt: railing llnn; ilio.vilniss, onu
m limn nr Iheiie.
tur'-d I.a (un)ru It would ho easy
get It tinrk ngnln.
Morgan's counsel prcvnlled, imj his'
wns tho resolution to which they
enme. Tlio couurlt of wnr broke up
therealter, and Hiosp not told off to
watch wllh the guaids went to sleep
nrnr tlin flres. Morgan, under the
Riiaidlnuahlp of -ho faithful DInck Dog
threw blmsi-lr upon the ground to
( a trli a few hours' rest.
The next morning the wind hnd died
awny and (be sea wns fairly calm. The
men swam out to the galleon, found
her still Intncl, though badly strained,
mid by mnans of boatu and rnPs, work
ing wllh perflate!!! energy. Hileceeiled
In binding and bun lug the trcnsuie
mulct tho w-ry palm tree which held
iho mpo that had given them salva
tion. Morgan's plan wob an excellent one.
Hie best Hint louhl lie suggested In the
straits thpy then wero, ndn It received
I he hearty m-scnt of all Hip men It
tool; them nil day In land the trrns-in--
mid ninke their other preparations.
which I iu lmled the manufacture or se
eral rude scaling ladders, pieces of
timber with crosspleces nailed upon
them, which could he used In siir
mounting tho walls of tho town. In
the t'M'nlng the order of nianli wns nr
rtinrrd ami their departure Bet for tho
tuortmv. They bad saved their treas
ure, they had food In plenty now, nnd
wllh dry (tothrs and much rum they
began tn tako a more chicrful lew of
Hie. They were fairly content onco
The next day. In 'he forenoon for
be desired to npproai h the town at
organ nae the order to
wnr.l. Morcan nml those with bliti rnn
npl(lly lorwntil until thry enme lo tlin.ns yet bPfnlNn bis rlinrgen, Alvnradn,
nmbiiscmle which oung Tench hnd whoop nrms hnd been bound to Ills
artfully prppnrpd. He and III hnd ' sld" found himself drngged alnnR In
scnicply time lo dlsposp. themselves ' the wake nf his captnrs, one nr two of
for fcuieealini nt before a soldier enme i whom, mounted on the unwounded
rldlrg rnrebssly down the road Walt-1 liorm s. with Hie two women between
lug uutl llhe man had passed him a 'hem lode rapldlv down the road,
shot i distance and until the other uti- (To be continued)
suspicious trnvelers were fairly. "
". nbrensl thp Hers In wnlt, whom be bail , r 111
charged on no account to move until lOriUrtJ Ul IT Ulllctll
he gave tlie worn. Morgan stepped om
ail.'anee. lie was as liuuli of a sol
dl"r an n tailor mid sent ahead a pany
of choice Rplrlts under Teach, while
the mnln body followed some illtanio
behind An the shades nf i veiling de
seeinled n nicwsenger from the ndvnnee
guard nine back with Hie news hat
n parlj- in Iranlers had been seen
a Russian Method
Moieow. Mnrcb 2fi. M. Tesllnskn
rnunM'l fui Mile HptrndonoMi. the IT-yenr-ohl
girl who shot M. I.urhennff
sky, i hint nf Hie secret pollre. at Tnm
bolt, hns relumed here from Tnmlinff.
where his client was found guilty of
Hip i hnrge brought ngnlnst her. II"
declarer that the tortuies to whleh
Mile Kiilrndonovo has been suhJectPd
were cruel In the extreme He glues n
Ihrllllng neroiint of her ptnud and spi
rited speech to Hie Judges Hint mil
limned her, telling them that the vic
tory of tho oppressor of the people
would be shorl-llved and saying
"Von rati kill mo. hut ileal Ii will be
Weh (ime lifter what I have- suffered."
The pinsreiitlon of Abrnmoff mid
Khailnnoff Hip ollleers barged with
inaltriainiitilof Mile Hpliblonoio was
cuinmeiieiil here today.
Into Hip open and called. The biiccn-J
peers Instantly followed him.
As the soldler'saw these fierce look
ing men spring before him out nf ho
darkness he cried nloiid. The next mo
nieln be wns shot dead by Morgan
lilniielf. Ai the same Instant n volley
ragn nut nt contnet rnngp, and every
man In the parly fell lei the ground.
Some were killed, others only wound
ed. All of them except Alvnrado wero
Injured In some wny. He struck spurs
Inlo tils horse when be heard the cry
of I'ndrlipio mid the shot. The sur
prlspd barb plunged forward, was bit
h lull a iloren bullets, fell to Hie ;
ground In n heap and threw his rider
over his head. The Spaniard scram
bird to bis feet, whipped nut his
sworel and diove his blade Into tho
brenst or old Velsers. The next In
stant n ilujcn weapons Hashed over bli
I bead One rnng upon bis steel casipie;
.1 .l.i """"" ',,'," The BU8INE0S MAN'S HANDY IN.
brcn-tiilale that be w.irc Up hi ut 0Ey blncd , the SaturtUy Dulle,
ngain in ine nnrKness mm oi.ie iimn- ,, , ..,. ,hB w..vlv prilllnn. nlu a
final, .,,1 l.lu i, ,m mill . ' f f .. .
1 , ennclie ana eomoiet resume of all le
Wnmen's screams rose nbovv the; tu aa notices, calls for tenders, Judo.
mull. Dealing baric the sworein wine it ..... t,,,u,ii ...miii nnH ,i ,.
meiinrcd him. nllhoiiRh hb was reeling, ,ate transactions. Evening Dulletln,
ft om the blows which he had iccelvi I, , 75 per montlv. Weekly Bulletin,
Aivnrauo siruvi- 10 mai.e 111s wax m ; i- per yenr
warn iioinin fiii-rri'iies w oi-ii 111 nun
scUcil 111 Iho darkness from behind
"Kill him!" crleel a volco In KiikIIxIi
which Alvnrndo and Meicedes both
understood perfectly. "He's the only
"Nny." cried another voire, stron
gor nml sterner, "snvp him. We'll
ipiestlon him later. Did any escape
"to there any horses nllve?"
I "Two or lluee."
"Hrltig them hither. Now back to
the lest. Then we ran show n llgh'
nn.l see what we have captured
I Bladder Troubles:
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prio is iu 11 hnudsomo wooden
Iciicc niul is part of the 1JI00 outfit
of every amateur photographer
who elesirts tho best pictures with
tio least work.
Rules of the Contest
lu every copy of tho paper thcro
', will he printed 11 coupon which ln
ing properly Illicit nut witn 1110
Tho coolest opens Thursday
I'ehruary 1, and will eloo at !
iVIoi'k . in. .lune 111, 11)00.
WHO MAY ENTER
iy.io line., c-iiiui raa'Pi .i;r- - , - ,,, ,; . fnr .,,, U
sons or a no no 111 the 1 in ediato , . , . .' J, , ., , .,,
e , e ' . .1 desired to vote anil dopositcd with
faun y of iinv person in the regit- ,,, ,, -,, ' ...
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In r eliiplov of I lie UllllctlU Pub.1 1 n n 1 r
,, I '1 - .0110 week nflcr the day of issue,,
' "' 'mVu cuncrRinpneii I will he CITeliled ns ona vnc. Addi-
During this contest a new sun- liiml vote credits will lo allowed
seriher will ho iindorstood tn Imj "9 follows:
any porsmi who has not hccii regit- I'or each NUW subscriber who
Inrly served with Tin: Daii.v or has nut been regularly served with
Wi.i.ki.v Dui.u.Tix for thiiiy.Tiii: KvuNMNn Pui.i.irn.v within u
y 1, lilOtl.1 period of thirty days prior lo tlw
clays prior to rebrunry
I musters from 0110 member of a
household to another will not Iki
allowed, nnd all names handed in
as iYciiy must bo subject to investi
gation beforo votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will bo mado bv
three judges, selected from among
those having no interest in Tin:
Hui.i.irrix and no active interest
iu any ono of tho candidates. Tho
voto will lio announced by tho
judges and the prizes nwarded ac
cording to their findings, (hero be
ing no appeal. Subscription ac
counts nnd everything pertaining
to tho contest will lio open to their
NO TRANSFER OF VOTES
Only one uamo can bo written
on any ballot, mid transfers of
votes from ono candidate to anoth
or will net bo allowed.
tii-st day of February, 1DO0, if
paid cash iu advance, credits will
bo allowed, as follows:
Dally 1 year $3.00 8500
Dally, 0 months 4.00 1500
Dally 3 months 2.00 750
Dally 1 month .75 250
Weekly 1 year 1.00 425
Weekly C months 50 200
Cash payments on all other sub
scriptions, either payments iu ad
vance or on account of arrears, will
receive voto coupons when pay
ment is made, hut no votes will bo
ercdtled upon sums less than i0
cents. In other words, votes will
bo credited for cash payments on
regular subscriptions ns follows:
Dally 1 year $8.00 3000
Dally G months 4.00 1200
Dally 3 months 2-00 ,600
Dally 1 month .79 200
Weekly 1 year 1.00 400
Weekly 6 months ,.. .50 17R
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