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T. II., BATUIIDAY. APIIII 21, 100C. DITIOX). TUESDAY. APML- 17, 1000
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Sir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author o( "The Southcrnerr," "For Love
of Country," "The Grip o Honor," Etc.
COPYIIIGMT. 100a, UY . W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
cil Hi," rcmllnticil Ilia elile'f, liiriiliii; In Murrati. cuvoicri lay MncU Dog, with
"Swear that cm will kt
There are others In I.n (In
"Wo svvrnr, c swear!" ghoutcil ono
nltur titiollie-r, lining their Imuls nml
lirnnillshhitf, their mentions.
"You hoar!" crlcil Morgan. "I'lclt up
"Knr (lml's stilcc, sir. unsay your
vvonls! Wc cnimot ilacr tlio lnililors
which will give, on access to jotiilor
1 "Thru to the men you gol" cried
"Death," rrlnl the nhlion, snatching
n (lnrscr from the neartHt linnil and
ilrlvtim It Into her lireast, "rntlier than
Trnrh, D" I.li isan nml IOllunols, wn'i
In the Kail. The ilrKiinrnto iinslatlRht
of their overwhelming mimlicru. cine
lli-v hail i:alnei n (o-itliijUl. swept thV
Ucfetiilcts tofore them like chaff. Walt
Ins for nothing, they Kiirnng down
lIornlnoM war nhlo to keep them In
hand for n II tie space after the cap
tun oi (he Km n. hut the thought ol
the jileasuie licln enjoyed by llicl(
loini.idcK was tti.i miieli tor lliein. Anx
Ions to tnKo a linml In the hideous fra
they ntolc nwav one by one, Hllnl.lng
from the fort and inced madly through i uti'lci the illff unlit they were liejoml
the narrow Rtrcctn of the town. Tlicyltlm reach of the Imatswnln. then tinlcllr
brushed npliosltlon away ns leaves nro pushing fm the town In the open, until
ill I ven aside by n winter atorin. I. re
the defenders on the enst fnrtn could
realize (heir prcfcnre they were upon
the old sailor vvni left with only a hall
ilc r n of lie incut dependable Riirrouu
dln: himeir and prisoners.
The st would not bnve cot away
In half nn hour every man bearing I from him so casllj had be not been so
a wiupiui bad been cut down. I tin ' Inlm prly occupied that nt Hut he liiul
town was at the mercy of tills hord i tnKen little note of whnt was going nn
of I'timnn tigers. They bioho np.'n I Men edes nnd Alvnrndo had only op
tin i t i
CIIAITKIl I Sir Henry Morgap.
former plrnte, having purchnsc.I 1m
liiuiilty mill Knighthood from tho Mn&
of. Knglaiul, lias n formed nml bat be
come lrc governor uf Jamaica, lie 1j
deputed mid, hilling tho oITlccrs sent
to arrest him, determines to beconw
retain n freebooter, II Ucnjaniln
l'oriilgold, ex-plrntc, who lias been
bltleily wronged by Morgan, Joins tint
foiluucH of Hie latter In order to seek
nn oppuitutilly to wicack vctigcamo
on him. Ill nml IV Having recruited
n erow of cx-plratcs and other desprr
ndoes, Morgan seizes nn Kngllsli frig
to and luurderH her crew. Oft for llto
SJii.iursli toast In search of treasure. V
und VI In n desperation nrTton,
wherein nro shown the daring und re
Loiirirfiilness of Morgan nml tho tour
(ige of his men, ho-defcata two Spanish
'Xlg.itra and captures their convoy, n
ttrcisnro gnleon carrying nn nbess and
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rhons bis iiuulltles by heaving over
board n mutineer and shooting down a
priest who attempts to save the man.
VIII Wrecked on tho Venezuelan
coast, near I .a (Inayr.i, to which city
Morgan is nttrnited by Donna Mer
cedes do Lara, daughter of tho viceroy
of Venezuela. IX, X and XI Donna
Mercedes ami Cnptnln Dominique. Al
vnrailo, tominandantc of ti Uiiityra.
nro In lovo with each other, but the
tinutiuwii pairutago of Alvaindo pie
vents their marriage. Donna .Mercedes
Is betrothed by her father to Don l-'ellpo
do Tobar, friend of-AIvnrado. Alvnr
ado Is tempted by bl3 loved ono to for
get bis duty to the viceroy mid Don
l'ellpc nml to fly with her Instead of
convoying her nifcly from Caracas to
t.a Ouayrn. Ho resists. XII mid XIII
On tho Journey to I.t (luayra rather
than give up her lover Donna Mer
cedes attempts her own destruction.
He ro'cuoH her and yields to her argu
ments that lovo outweighs honor nml
will" icllarr. they pillaged Iho picivl-
She held hcnielf proudly creet for n slou shorn, thov tortured without mer-
moment, swnycil back mid forth and cy the merchants and Inhabitants to
then fell prostrate upon the sand. Iho'forc" them to discover their" trcasurea,
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I IJIUIHI UlilllllilK lll-'l MINI.- lUII Mll'l'lt Him IIIUJ 111MI11, 11 III' llt-lll-n l, llinil.
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(lie lllll 01 (lie IMillliril. OICV nilliiiu 1 ! nciu i-iiuiiii'ivi) iii'uim iuiiii,'.
pnd shuddered In ngony wherj she now. Drunk with slaughter. Intnxlrn'
(Continued from Saturday)
".Vow, good falhors," began Morgan,
"you lino doubtless been curious to
know why on were not put to ilcnlh.
4 1 raved ou not bemuse I loved ou.
11111 ui'i'iiMM' 1 iicrurti )uu, 1 iinu u
pitroie In view. Tlint purpose 13 now
"What would )ou do with us, ho-tuir'-'
nskeil Sister Maria Christina,
"A HUle service, my sister, tiring
up tho buliloui, men. Bee. there nro
seven nil told. That will bo four
npiece to four ladder.!, with one priest
over for good mcnsiirc nml to tako tho
'(plnco or any that may be struck
"And what are wo to do with them,
foiioiT" asked the leader of Hip priests
lrn Antonio dc Ins Caws, dravvlng
no 11 ci to tho cnptnliiJi .
"You nro to carry lliem to yonder
wall nml place them against It."
"Von do not menu,'1 burst out At
var.ulo painfully, for ho louhl seiieely
sreak from his wounded cheek, "to
make this holy woman nnd these good
prlotts bear the brunt of that lire
Horn the fort?"
"Do I value tho lives of women nnd
priests, nociirsod Spaniard, more thmi
our own?" oticsllnucd tho captain, nnd
the congenial sentiment was received
by n yell of approval from tho men.
"lint If )ou nro tender hearled I'll
give the defenders n ehmice Will you
, advise them to leld and thus spare
I "I cannot do that," mistered Alv.v
rauo sadly. "lis tlieir duty to de
fend tho town. Theie mo twenty
here: there me hundreds there."
"D'jc hear Hint, mates?" cried Mor
gan. "Up with the ladders'"
"Hut what If wo refuse?" cried one
of tbe priests.
"You shall be given over to the
limn," answered Morgan ferociously,
"whereas. If you do an I order, yon
may go free those who arc left nllvo
nfte- the storm. Do yo boar, men?
We'll let them go after Ihey have serv-
lay. striving to say something. I'm
Antonio spiang to her ride nnd befoic
any one could Interfere knelt down.
"I I I Imve sinned," she gasped.
"Thou hast don" well. I nbsolvo
thee'" oiled tho priest, making the
sign of the ci oss upon her forohend.
"Death and fury!" shouted Morgan,
livid with rnge. "Let her die unshrlv
cn! Shall I be balked thus?"
He sprang toward the old nnn,
stooping over the woman, and struck
him act oss his shaved crown with tho
blade of his sword. The priest pitched
1 down Instantly, a long shudder run
ning through lilni; then he lay still.
"Harry Morgnn's way!" cried the
bitcenneer. recovering his blade. "And
soil?" turning toward the cither priests.
"Ilnvo you had lesson enough? l'lok
up those ladders, or"
"Mercy, mercy!" screamed the frlgh
lone I eccleslnsts.
"Not another word! Drive them for
The buccaneers sprang nt tho terrl
fled priests with weapons out. Tlrst
nine and then another way. The only
' lender among them lay upon the
jsand What could they do? They
I iili'liml mi the tnititors. nml. lift-Oil Tur-
ward by 'hrrnts nnd shouts of the hue
canters, under cuver of a furious ills
ohnrgo from llornlgnld'H mnskoteeis
they inn to the walls, linploilng the
Spnnlnnls not to tiro upon them
When the HnntiHi roniminidrr pci
celv.d who were appronrhlng, with a
mlslnkcn Impulse of ni'-rry he onb led
bis men to tire over their heads and
so did little danger to the nppioacblng
buccaneers. A few of them fell, but
I the rest dashed Into the smoke There
,wns no time for nnother discharge.
The ladders were placed against the
.wnlls. and tin1 irlets wero ruthlessly
ens: nshle nnit trampled down. In a
llltle space the niaraildois wero upon
Iho rant par's flglului: like demons.
ed with liquor, mad with lust, they
lavngrd nnd plundered. To ndd to tho
confusion, lire burst forth here and
there, nnd before the morning dawned
half of the city wns In ashes.
The pale moon looked down upon n
scene of horror such as It had never
before shone upon even In the jialmlest
uaya 01 me iiuooanoTs.
The musketeers under llnrnlgnM
chosen for their mastery with tho won
pon. hml ul iveit th"lr parts with run
nlng skill, roneonleit from obiervn
Hon by the deep shadow (if tho cliffy
and therefore Immune from tho cm
iny's fire, they had mndo 'argots of the
Spaniards on the unlls nnd by h close
rnpld and well directed discharge had
kept down the return of tho garrison
mil II the very mntumt of the nssaull.
pm un'tj to exchniiRo n word now
nnd then, for extended conversation
wns prevented by the guards. Alva
ind sliove to cheer the woman he
loved, nnd she promised him she
would choose InM'Jiit doith rntlier
thnn dishonor. He could give her II"
tie encouragement of rescue, for nn
lost, word of their plight were cnrrlod
10 tl,o v'roroy Immediately ho would
bo fnr on the way to the Orinoco ruun
tr boiore any tidings could reach
him. nnd by the Itmo ho returned It
would bo too Into.
Again nnd ngaln Alvnrndo strove to
liio&kbls bonds In Impotent mid liclp
lei furv. but this time ho wns secure
Iv 1 1 und. nnd his enptors only laughed
m tils struggles. In the midst of their
grid nnd despair they both took no
tice of the poor abbess. I'rn Antonio
lir.,1 not moved since Morgan hnd
siruil: blin down, but there was still
Mile In the woman, for from whciu
thev stood, sumo distance back, tbu
two lnvrs each marked her convul
sive trembling. The sight nppvnlcd
piocumlly to them In spl"e of their
"TI..1 brave sister lives," whispered
Mi 1 c"lon
Tin so," answered Alvnrndo. "He-
inn ' he railed, "the plater vondor U
tllvr. W.lt not allow us to minister
tu In r?"
' Nny." said Hnrulgohl brusipioly, "I
will gu ni.vs.di. Hack, all of vc!" be
11 Mid. "S'le may wish to confess to
1110 In default or tbe wortby rather,
lb !t r.'d hideously as he spoke
'Coward'" crlid Alvnrndo. Hut his
Think n n i-'im iM.HtiiU" 111 n iimni'
ciiMniT tin of ihous.iuN uf li,s I r iar.
lllll U A II fill L
Kt ttiliil or fourth H-non will mhnlt
11 lllll" klitio-y tmulil, " V, iir,. sinliPil
Iv wtikinri up In llu fill 1I111I lhi tl, iilhs
fnim lhl limn ur, mr nii.iino "r )ri'r.
unit Hint It 1 IIiIiiIK'h )l.'ii". Ur.
IMiints f IUHimm llirilinl. iUcliir.ni
tilni-li nilm of ls;ilo iiiiti; ''''". """"i words affei led lliiriilenlil not nt nil
ronimiUi. Uriciro bo could my .mother word
tmwut Unit six mr int of the intuit1 Un i uards fore oil him rudely buck
l' An?. ,,tl!.".Ul,:ii,S;',ll!;i out of tt.1t! ' ' 'J- ? ,' The worthy So
iiMillis from MilTiov irmihlf In tint o.ir Horn Agaihln by Hum time was In n
lino r..;. over nliH-tintlM, worn duo to stale of ccmple'o mid total collaise.
"lucMs'tri.!..,,.. I I'm Mercedes bore herself-her lover
Slmplv llila N'o inniirr how inlht Miur mrrked with pleasure as proudly and
klilmy trniiiil. Is. to h safe treat It ntni ricolutily ns If she still stood with
""Thr!?. l nnlv cm-"sT.'rllle known, vlt. I" her father's palace snriounded by
KultniiH Hi mil Cinni'iiiMi! for llrlght's His- in. n who loved her nnd who would dlo
disc. Um iir. Is iilni'.sl ilnlu. 11, iSv f.,r tirr
llhv -tonlliH m.rluu A ,1. Iiir nm.Ul.-
iid'i IhiIi1i t Unit Inoliiil. k trn rum n pwiil liiilllug the body of the primtrnle old
lliiis- Hi it V(,r sin noiil ! I"' IIHUMlilt. , , n 1,. Itiirtilt-ntil l.ni, iliiun cm
This Imnklet l for lliini Hiirill lti,lo. I '',"'" ""!'' ' '"""MIUI lilllll IIOVVII (III
llONDMTt.ii litltui C(i.. iw.ii Akcuis. tho white snud by :lio forin of tho sis
ter. The moonlight rluine full upon
her rnce, mid ns he stoopi'd liver he
sennne'd It with his one er A sudden
flas'i of rerognltloti eann to him Ith
a muttered oath of surprlsi ho looked
I; can't be' be exclaimed "Aim
After Tra Antonio's brave attempt
nt absolution tho woman nail lainteu.
Now she cipeond her eyes, nltliougli
she wns not yet fully conscious;
"Water'" Rho gasped feebly, vnd
ns It chnnccd tho boatswnln hnd n
small botlle of the precious lltild hang
tng from n strap over ins snouiuer.
Tl,n.n una till tltlV 111 tllO llOnrt Clf tllO
pirate: he would have allowed the wo
man to die gasping ror wtner wiinouv
giving her n second thought, but when
ho rerognlred her or thought he did
there Instantly sprang Into his mind
n desire mnke sure. If she wero
the person he thought her she might
have Information of value. Unsllng
Ing the bottle nnd pulling out the cork,
bo plnced It to her lips.
"I die," she murmured In n stron
ger voire. "A plrest!"
"There Is none here." nnswered tho
boatswain. "I'ra An'onlo ho nbsolv
"Hut I must confers."
'Confess to me." chuckled the old
man In ghastly mockery.
"Art In holy orders, senor? mutter
ed the woman.
"Holy enough for jou. Say nn."
"I'm Antonio, now." she continued,
vncnntly lapsing Into semldellrlum.
"He mnrrtrd us 'twas a secret Ills
rank was fo great. He wns rich, I
imir hiiinble. The marriages lines
In the cross. There was n What's
that? A shot? The buccaneers. They
nro coming' (In not. rrnnrlsco!"
Itornlgold. bending nn attentive eat
to these broken sentences, lost not a
"flo not." she whispered, striving 'a
tiff nil itrm "tlwv U-I1I kill I1PI Tllllll
.shall not leave inn alone, my Francis
1... ,1-,... 1 1.. iin..n....
cii. 1 111 m, 111 1,111,111111
It was evident to the sailor that tho
poor woman's mind had gone back to
the ilrendful days of the snelt of I'nna-
tna. He was right then: It wns sue.
I "The boy save nlm. save him!" sho
eit-d suddenly wit's astonishing vigor.
Tin sound of lior own voice seemed
tr. recall her til herself. She stopped
ber ees lost their gild glare nnd Used
I'.H'iiiKolves tiM)n the man ntinvo her,
Ids own race In the shadow ns her I
v.is In tho light.
I "Is It I'aiinmu?" she nskeil. "Those
srrer.ms the shots" she turned her
hen I townrd the city "the Haines! Is
' ".N'ny." an.twored the one eyed fierce
Iv. "'TIs twenty-five )(ars since then
mid 1111110. Yonder city Is I .a (iunyrn.
.Tim is the coast or vc iii-zucin.
1 "Oh the diHimoil lonii. I remember
now. I stubbed mysilf rather than
place the laibleis. Wlfo art tholt,
"llenjamln llortilgold!" cried thu
man tlereolv. bomllng his fnee to hers.
For a second the womnn stared at
him Then, recognizing hint, sho
serenmed horribly, raising herself up
on her nnn.
Ilnrnlgold'"shoctled. "What hnvu
vnu done with the child?"
I loft hi mnt Ciichlllo. outside tint
walls,," nnswored tho man.
,vnu ttie cross
On his brenst. The (nplaln "
The marriage lines weie thero. You
boi raved me. Mny (lod's curse nay, I
die For Christ's rake I forgive
rranrlsro. Frntielsco " '
ftlie fell bark gasping cm the snud.
Mo tore the Inclosing coif from her
faro In n vnln effort to hold back
death's band for another second llor
nlenlil snatohed a spirit llnsk from bis
belt and stiove to force n drop be
tween her lips It was too late. Sim
wns gone He knew the signs list
well. He laid her bark on the sand,
"Curse her' Why couldn't she hnve
lived n moment longer? The captain's
brnt and she might hnve told inc.
Tlrlnc up the prisoners!" he rrled to
the gunrds. who hnd moved them out
nf eirshot of this strange conversation.
"The cross" he muttered, "the mar
riage lines therein. The only clew.
And ve she cried -Francisco That
wns the name. Who Is he? If I could
find thnt ctnss' I'd know It among n
thoiirnml. Hither." he rnlled to the
prisoners slowly appronrhlng.
Ai Alvnrndo. with nn ejaculation of
pllv. bent forwnrd In Hie moonlight to
look upon the face of the dead woman
frnei his torn doublet n silver rriirlhx
suddenly nwung before Hie eyes of the
"Ilv heaven'" he cried. "TIs tho
He stepped nearer, seized the rarven
crucifix nnd IUt(d It to the light.
"I could swear It wns the snme," ho
muttered. "Sencir, your nnmo nml
"I cannot conceive that ellher con
cerns n bloodthirsty rulllan like "
"Slop' Perhaps there Is more In
'this thnn thou thlnkest." said Merce
des. "Toll him, Alvnrndo. It can do
no l.nrni. Oh. snor. have pity on us!
Unbind ine!" she nildccl. "I give )ou
my .word 1 wish but to pay my respect
to Hie womnn nniler."
"""She gives good counsel, soldier."
answered the boatswnln. "Cut her
lushing." ho said tu tho sailor who
As the buccaneer did so. Merc-odes
sank on her knees by the side of thu
(To be continued.)
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For each NJJW subscriber who
has not been legulnrly served with
Thk Kvkm.no Hum.ktix within a
period of thirty days prior to tlw
first day of February, 1900, if
paid cash in advance, credits will
bo allowed, as follows:
Dally 1 year J8.00 8000
Dally, 8 months 4.00 1WM
Dally 3 months 2.00 750
Dally 1 month 75 260
Weekly 1 year 1.00 425
weekly e momns mj ew
Cash payments on nil other sub
scriptions, either payments in nd
vaneo or on account of arrears, will
receive voto coupons when pay
ment is ninile, Liu! no voles will bo
credited upon sums less than 60
cents. In other words, voles will
bo credited for cash paymonts on
regular subscriptions ns follows:
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Only ono tiamo can bo written Dally 6 months 4.oorj200
on any ballot, und transfers of d y 3 months z.oo
votes from one eandi.lato to uuoth- "Jjj, r .'.'.'.':.'.::':.'. too
cr will net bo allowed. Weekly 6 months'.' ,.50
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