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Sir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerner," "For Love
of Country," "The Grip of Honor," Etc.
COPYIilRIIT. IIIOH, KY (!. V. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
CHAPTKll I Sir Henry Mown,
former iilrnlo, linvlns itirchneit Im
inanity niul Knlglithooil from tho Unit
of Ditjlnml. lias rcformnl ntul lina lio
come vice governor of Jniiinlm Ho la
denoted niul. Killing tin- iiIUhtb sent
to arrest lilm, determines Hi lii-com
stain n frppliootrr II llpnjnniln
llornlcolil, cx-plrnte, who Ins Iiopij
bitterly wronged liy Morgan. Joins ihn
fortunes nf tlic latter In order In seek
QU oppot tmitt to vvreack vengeance,
on him III ami IV Hating recruited
B crew of ex-plrnles mid othor tlctrfer
adoes, Morgan seizes it n llngHali frlc
at ami murders lier prew Off for tlio
Spanish roast In rparrli of treasure. V
and VI In n desperation net Ion,
wherein are Rlmvvn the daring nml re
tourrefiiliuss of Morgan and tho mur
age of his men. he defeats two Spanish
Orates and raptures their convoy, n
treasure galeon earrjlng an ahess and
priests as passengeru VII Morgan
tliovvs his iiiulltles liy heaving civcr
lioard n mullneer and shooting down a
priest who attempts to save the man.
VIII WieeKed on the Venezuelan
coast, near I.t (iuara. to which city
Morgan Is attracted liy Donna Mer
(Continued from Saturday)
"Now. sir. our name?" asked llor
"Where got jou that name?"
"It was rIvcii me liy his excellency
the leero) "
There wis something so tremendous
In IIornlgold'H Interest that In spile of
hlmrelf the joung man felt compelled
"It was his pleasure."
"Had ou not n nnmn of our own?"
'None that I know of."
"What mean ou?"
"I was found n hahy, outsldn tho
vails rf l'nnama In n little village.
Tho viceroy ndopted me nnd lirought
mo up. Thnt Is all "
"When was this?" asked llornlgold.
"After the sack of Panama And tho
name of the village was"
The BULLETIN'S Latest
$2000 Given Away in
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a beautiful
Ivroojjor Pinno iiuroltnscil ftoin
tho woll-kiinwn piano denlers, I'lio !
Uergstroni Jlttsii! Co, Its ensli
prieu is ijiIlfSO. Tho bccontl jwu1
is .is hnmfcimio ns tho first prio
nntl is ns useful nnd hciuitifnl fnr
indoor ctitcrtiiiiiiiiont ns tho nnto
is for ontsido recreation. Tho
-pinno is full sonlo of 7 1-!J octaves,
height -1ft. din., width .1ft. iUin.
Tho winner of tho pinno nitty
chooso nny color of wood or finish
mndo hy tho fnmons Krocgcr Pinno
Company of Now York. A snceinl
feature of this instrument is that
it is wired in sueh manner ns to
withstand tho moisture of our cli
THE THIRD PRIZE It a modern nc
cessity in every homo whoro
thoughtfulncss for tho future has a
place it is an order on the Henry
YntorhouPo Trust Co., Ltd., for a
$5000 policy in Tho Continental
Casualty Co. of Chicago. Tho pro
mium of Mils policy is $00.00 nnd,
ft - f t -f -ftt-f t
cedes de Lara, daughter of Hip viceroy
of Vcnejtipla. IX, X nnd XI Donna
Mprrpdes and Captain Dnmtnla.no Al
tnrailn. lommaudantp of 1j (lua)r.i.
nre In into with each othpr. hut tho
unknown parentage of Alvnrado pre
ents their marriage Donna Mercedes
Is helrothed liy her father to Don Kellpp
de rohar, friend of Aharailo. Alvar
ado Is temptPil liy his loed one to for
get his duty to the viceroy nnd Don
Kellpe and to liy with her Instead of
ronelng her safely from Caracas to
l.a flinvrn He resists XII and XIII
On the Journey to la Ouayrn rather
than kIvp up her lover Donna Mer
cedes attempts her own deslrucllon.
He rescues her and jlelds to her argu
ments that hue outweighs honor nnd
duty XIV Sh llcnrj Morgan and his
tulllnns laptuie the loers. XV - Dun
lin men i des repas a caress from the
pirate with .it ripe from her riding
whip The raptured nhliess stalls hei
self rather than aid Morgan In his plan
to uipture I ..i Ouayrn j Ouara ir
taken and sacked liy the huccaneers
XVI llornlgold. Intrusted with the
(are of Mercedes and Aharailo de
ihies Hie dlng nhhess to he the moth
er of tho latter.
"Cuchlllo!" Interrupted llornlgold
"My Ood, scnor, how know ott
"I wns there."
"You were there?" cried the joung
'Tor love of heaven, can you loll me
win I nm what I am?"
"p good time, oung sir. nn.l for a
price. At present I know hut one
"There lies your mother," answered
the huccaneer slowly, pointing to tho
while figure on the sand.
"My mother'" cried Alvnrado. step
ping forward nnd looking down upon
tho upturned face, with Its closely cut
whlto hair, showing lienullful In the
moonlight "Ood rest her soul' She
lany years the BULLETIN has held prize contests to Increase Interest amonfe its old subscribers and to
add new readers to its list. The present contest is the most ambitious prize project ever undertaken
byjany newspaper In this country; the number, the value and the real merit of the prizes places this con
test in a class by itself
How can the BULLETIN afford to do this? The answer is easy. The' Evening Bulletin achieved
the greatest prosperity of its existence in 1905--it means to share this success with its patrons in 1906.
It not only alms to Rive the best of all news and publish the best newspaper in this country, but when
it starts a prize contest it means to place it on' a level with its other features.
it holds good for ono year, insuring
tho life, health nnd bodily safety
of tho winner for thnt period. This
is for n preferred risk, moro ha-
anions risks m proportion.
THE FOURTH PRIZE Is a $50 li
ver Punch Howl, purchased from
jr. 11. Counter, tho Foit street
jewelor, who gunrnntecs its quality
nnd will ho pleased to show it to
any pornon intetested.
THE FIFTH PRICE Is an order to be
iiivcn by tho Bulletin Publishing
Co., Ltd., good for ?-10 worth of
uierehnudiso and will ho honored
hy nny meiehant who advertises in
'this paper. Tho winner of tho
prio may ehooso tho storo nnd tho
THE 8IXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
Sewing Machine, for which tho
Von llninin-i niiug Co. nro tho
ttgi nts. It is n high grndo ma
chine, complete, useful and a wel
come addition to the homo.
The SEVENTH PRIZEIi a fine leath
er golf stick hag, rawhide sewed,
made hy tho Bridgeport Qnn Im
plement Co. nnd will contain n bet
of the very finest Willio Pnrko
sticks. This popular prio is from
tho sporting goods department of
:. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., who will
rekct the hag nnd sticks to suit tho
tnsto of tho winner.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE li a handBotru
22 caliber Winchester llopeating
hn'li a lovely fnre and died In delenso
of lier honor like the gcnllcwoman slid
should to. My mother' How know
In the sack of Panama a woman
"gaw mo a male child, and for money
1 agreed to take It and leae It In a
safe and secluded spot outside tho city
walls I carried it at the hsrard of my
life as far as Cuchlllo and there left
lint how know ou that the child
oti left Is I?"
Around the hah's neck the mother,
ere she gavo him to me. placed this
ciirlcns cross joti wear. 'TIs of such
running, workmanship that there Is
naught like It under the sun thnt oxer
I have seen. 1 knew It ex en In tho
faint light when mj eves fell upon It.
I left the child with a peasant woman
to tnke him where I had heen directed.
I believed him safe On leaving Pana
ma that village lay In our backward
patn We hnrned II down 1 saw the
hahy again llenuso I had heen well
paid I sacd him from Instant death
at the hands of the Imccaneers, who
would hao tossed him In the air on
the point nf their spears. 1 shoed the
eruclflx, which would hnvp templet!
them licratisp It wns silver, underneatn
the drpss nnd loft Hip child. Ho wns
ollvp when wo departed"
"And the dny nfter," cried Alvara
do, "Do Lara's troops came through
that village nnd found me still wearing
that rrnss' M mother' Loving Ood,
ran If he? Hut my fnther'
"What shall I have ir 1 tell on'"
"Itlchei, wealth, all Set us frco
"Not now I cannot now. Walt."
"At least Donna Mercedes."
"Man, 'twould ho my life that would
pay. Hut I'll keep careful watch over
her. I have ct some Intlupnce with
tho captain. Tomorrow I'll find n wny
to freo jou S'ott must do the rest "
"Mercedes," said Aharailo, "heardst
"Hut little." answered the girl.
"That lady Is lielletcd to have heen
"Oeiillo or simple," said the girl,
"she died In defense of her honor, like
the liohlest, tho host This for thee,
good sister," she whlsppreil, liendlng
down nnd kissing the pale forehead,
"And may I do the like when my tlmo
rones. Thou shouldst ho proud of
her, my Aharndo." she said, looking
up nt him. "Sep'" she rrled suddenly
as the resemhlnnee, width wns Indeed
strong between them, struck her.
"Thou hast her face. Her whllr hair
was onco golden like thine He tells
the truth. Oh, sir, have pity upon us'"
A niPsspiiger came slnggprlng to
ward tliPtn nrross Hip woods.
"Master llornlgold," lip erlcd.
"Wo'to taken tho town. The cap
tain wants you nnd jour prisoners.
You'll find him In the guardroom."
"Wo must ho gone," said llornlgold.
"ftlse, mistress Come, sir."
The Pirst Prize
is the finest 1 6 horse power gasoline touring car ever imported to Hawaii
THE REO CAR
is beautiful to look at, easy to ride in, econom cal in upkeep. The REO
was purchased from the well known auto agents,
Itille. Tho nnmo this gun hears
carries with it nil that is good nnd
depe tillable in small arms. This
Miliiahlo prio nitty bo seen at the
np-to ditto sporting goods store of
Woods & Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE Is a 24-lneh
goldtiimiued, leather-lined sok
hathcr suit euso.
"Hut this lad ," urged Ahaiado his
llpn itii'ltl scarrel) form the unfamllli;
wotM "mother" "nml tho good priest?
Yon will tint lcnp them lipre'"
"Tho rising tide will hear them out
"A moment, liy voitr iPavo," said
Ahntndo. stepping lowatd the dead.
Assl'ted liy Mercedes, for he was still
hound, ho stooped down and touched
his lips lo those or the dead woman,
whir poring n prncr as he did so. His
Ing to his feet, he rrled
"Hut my father' Who Is he? Who
"Wo shal Hind that out."
"Hut his 1181110'
I'm not ship; I cannot tell now,."
answered llornlgold evasively, "hut
with this Hew the rest should ho easy.
Trust me, nnd when wr tan discuss
this matter ilndlMinhtd
"Hut I would know now'"
"You forget, joung lr. thnt yon nro
a pilsoner nnd mus null onr will to
my pleasure. I'm ward"
Hut the soul oi tin old littccanper
was filled with fl-ice Jov. Ho thought
he knew the p ret of tho crucifix
now Tho Spanish taptaln's mother
lay dead upon the sands hut his fnther
lived. Ho wns sun or It. Ho would
Iree Alvnrado and bring him down up
on Morgan. Ho chuckled with fiend
Ish delight as he limped nlong. lie
had his revenge now It lay In tho hol
low of his hand nnd twns n rare ono
Indeed. Merredes bring hound ngaln,
tho little pnrl marched aruiss the
boar h. nnd the bodies or the priest ntul
the nun were left alone whllo tho
night lido came rippling up tho strand.
Scarcely had the party disappeared
within tho gate nf Hie roll when tho
priest slowly nnd painfully lifted him
self on his hands and rrnwlcd toward
tho woman. While the bunnnecr had
talked with Hie nlduss he had return
ed to ronsrlousnrxs nnd had listened,
lilt by hit be gnilnreil tho details of
lier story, and. In iiii'h. ho know It of
old. Hy turning bis brad ho had seen
tho rrurlflx on tin' voting mnti's brrast,
and ho nlso had retognlred It. Ho Iny
still nntl silent, however, feigning
death, for to have discovered himself
would have resulted In his Instant
dispatch. When tin v had gone ho pain
fully rrnwlcd ovir to the body of the
"Irabclla," ho murmured, giving her
her Mrth name ' llinu didst suffer.
Thou tookest thin.' own life, hut tho
lovlrg Ood will forgive thee. I nm
glad that I had strength mid courage
to nhsolvp thee before I fell. And I
did rot know Hue TIs so many jears
since. Thy sou, that brave voting cap
tain I will sec ilieo righted. I won
der" Ho moved nearer to her, scrutinizing
her carefully, nnd then the old man
opened tho fiont or her gown.
"Ayo, nyo; I thought so," bo said as
his oj caught n glimpse of n gold
chnln ngalnst her white neck. Oently
ho lifted It, unclasped It, drew It forth.
VON HAM YOUNG
Thcio was u locket upon It. Juwvls
cparktcd upon Its surface. She has
worn It all these years.
"O vanltns vanttntum'" murmured
tho priest, ct compassionately. "What
Is It that passes tho love of woman?"
Ho slipped It quietly within
breast of hU hnhlt and then fell tiros
trato on the sand, faint from pala nnd
loss of blood. l.ong the two figures
lay there In the moonlight while the
Using tide lipped the shining sands.
Tho cool water nt last restored con
sciousness to ono of fhe still forms;
but, though they laved the beautiful
faco of the othor with tender caresses,
they rould not call bnck the troubled
llfo that had passed Into peaceful
eternity. Palnfally tho old priest rais
ed himself upon his hands and looked
"O Ood," he murmured, "gho mo
strength to live until I can tell tho
story. Sister Maria Christina Isabel
la that was thou wort brave and
thou wort beautiful; thou hnst served
our holy church long nnd well. If I
could only lay thee In somo consecrat
ed giouml, hut soul like to thine make
holy e'en tho sea which shnll bear thee
awny. Shriven thou wcrt; hurled thou
Tin man struggled to his knees,
rlnspcil his hands before him nnd be
gan the burial service of his ancient
"Wo therefore commit her body Into
the great deep," ho said, "looking for
tho general resurrection In the Inst
dnv and tho life of tho world to
The water was washing nround him
ere ho finished his mournful task, nnd
with one long look of benlson and fare
well ho roBC to hti feet mid staggered
along the road down the bench. Slo-v
ly ne wont, but presently he reached
the turn where began tho ascent of tho
mouttttiln. Ilt'fore he proceeded he
iialtnl niul looked long toward tho
flumlnr. shrieking, ruined town. Tho
flooding tide was In now and tho break
ers wore boating and thundering fnr
peross tho sands. The body of too
nhliess was gone.
The old man drew himself up, lifted
Ms trembling hands nnd prayed; ho
prayed again for tho soul of tho worn
mi; ho praved fnr the joung man, thnt
ho might lenrn tho truth; he prayed
for the beautiful damsel who loved
him; he prajed for tho people, the
hapless people, of tho doomed town,
tho helpless women, the bereft moth
ers, the tortured men, the murdered
rhlldten. and ns bo prayed he called
down tho curse of Ood upon thoso who
had wrought such ruin.
"Slay them, O Ood' Strlko and sparo
not' Cut them off root nnd branch
who hnvo despoiled thy people Israel.
They have taken the sword, and may
they perish hy It as was promised of
A gray, grim, gaunt figure, blood
ttnlncd, pale, he stood there In Hint
ghastly light Invoking the judgment
and Best Contest
8 other Splendid Prizes
The TENTH PRIZE It a Style A Ko
dak Developing Murium) from tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prio is ill n hnndsomo wooden
euso mid is pnrt of tho 11)00 outfit
of every amateur photographer
who desires tho best pictures with
the least work.
or tlod upon Mot gau adit hit) melt iro
eh tinned away and was lost in tho
darkness of tho mountain.
The tlock on the wall was striking
11 na 1trnt,rnll fnrfml lita ftrlKnnCrA
ii n, .i,nr,tmnlr, r iim nrt fnrt
,hat ,,.,,, )0CI1 raptured, which, as It
was the larger of the two, Morgan had
selected as his headquarters. .Merce
des' soul had turned to stone nt tho
sights nnd sound which met her as sho
passed through the town, where t ho
IipIIIpIi revelry was now In full blast.
The things sho witnessed and heard
were enough to nppall tho stoutest
heart that ever heat within the rudest
breast. She forgot her own dang?r In
her sympathy for the suffering Inhabi
tants or the devoted town, unasuy
pale and slik with horror, sho tottered
and staggered ns she entered the room.
As for tho Senora Agaplda, sue nati
collansed long since, nnd for the last
hundred ynrds of the Journey had heen
dragged helplessly along ny two oi
her raptors, who throw her In a sense
less heap on the stone nagging oi mo
great vaulted chnmher.
The acony nnd suffering, the torture
and death, tho shame and dishonor of
his fcoplo nffPPted Alvarado different
ly. His soul named wltlitn nts nrcnsi
with pity for tho ono, rage for tho oth-
vr He lusteit nntl iiiirsioti io nre.m
nway nnd single handed rush upon the
human wolves and tigers who were de
spoiling women, torturing men, mur
dering children, ns If they had been
devils The desire mastered him, nnd
ho vrllhcd nnd struggled In his bonds
It was a haggard, distracted pair,
therefore, which was brought before
the chief buccaneer Morgan sat nt
the head of tho guardroom on a plat
form, a table bororo him strewn with
reckless prodigality with vessels of
gold nnd silver stolen from nltnr and
slilel-oard Indifferently, some piled
high with food, others brimming with
a variety nf liquors, from tho rich old
wines or Xeres to the fiery native rum.
L'Olionols, Tench nnd Do Lussan woro
also In the room. Trarh wns roaring
out a song, thnt song of London town,
with Its rollicking chorus:
"Though llfo now Is pleasant nnd
sweet to the spnse,
Wo'll be damnably moldy a hundred
The room wns full of plunder of ono
sort and nnother. and tho buccaneers
wen being served by frightened negro
slaves, their footsteps quickened nnd
their obedience enforced by the sight
of t dad black In ono corner whom
Tie Lussan had knifed n short tlmo
slnco because he had been slow In
coming to his rail Tho smell nf
spilled liquor, of burnt powder and of
blond, Indescrlhnble and sickening,
hutu In tho close, hot air. 1-ampn nnd
candles wcro flaring nnd spluttering In
the room, hut tho greater Illumination
Rules of the Contest
Tho contest opens Thursday!
February 1, nnd will closo nt'5
o'clock p. in. Juno 10, 1000.
WHO MAY ENTER
Anyoito iimy cntor except per
sons or nnyouo in thp iinmcdiato
family of any person in tho regu
lar employ of Tho Pnlletin Pub.
During t liif contest n new suit-,
senhor will lio unuerotootl to lio
any person who has not been regu
larly served wan run Imii.y or,
Wiu'ki.v Biiij.i.tin for thirty i
days prior to February 1, l'.IOO.
I musters from ono member of a
household lo nnother will not lio
allowed, nnd nil unities handed in
as AVki must bo subject to investi
gation before voles aro nl lowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
The finnl count will bo mndo bv
three judges, selected from among
those having no interest in Tin:
BtiM.i.Ti.s- and no nctivo interest
in nny one of the candidates. Tho
vole will bo announced by tho
judges nntl tho prizes nwnrded ne
coiding lo their findings, thero be
ing no (iiwci. Subscription ac
counts and ovorythiug portnining
to the contort will bo open to their
NO TRANSFER OF VOTE3
Only ono niimo can bo written
on any ballot, and transfers jif
votes from otto cniididnto to anoth
er will net bo allowed.
tamo through the open insemciitu
from the loaring tires of burning
hout.es outside. Tho temptation to
join In the sack of the town had been
too much for Hornlgold's lemnlnltiR
men: consequently he nnd those con
vejlng Senora Agaplda alone attended
the prisoners. These last, after throw
ing the duenna recklessly upon the
floor, hurried out after the rest, leav
ing the offlccis and women ulonc,
"Silence1" roared Morgan ns his eyo
fell upon the gioup entering tho lower
end of the great hall. "Pipe down,
thou hollowing bull!" ho shouted,
throwing n silver cup thnt Cellini
might linvo chased nt the bend of tho
hnlr drunken Teach, "Who's there?
Scuttle mo. 'tis our spitfire nnd the
gnllant cap'aln, with that worthy sea
man, llornlgold' Advnnce, friends,
Tho't art welcome to our cheer. Drlvf
them forward, llornlgold!" ho cried as
ho siiw Mercedes nnd Alvnrado made,
no attempt to move.
"Advance quickly," whispered Ilor
nlgohl to Aharndo; "to cross him now
Sel7lng them with n great show of
force, ho shoved them down tho halt
to tho foot of the platform, In front of
"I welcome thee to our court, falri
lady, and ott, brave sir. What say )(',
gentles all? Hum fnr tho noble capl
tain hero and wine for the lady! ralL
pd nut Morgan, bowing over the talill
In mr.llclous mockery.
"I di Ink with no murderer," until Al
vnrado firmly, thrusting tho negro
viio proffered him n glass violently
nld" with his shoulder, canning hint
to tcpplo over, drenching himself with
"Ho' Is It so?" laughed Morgan In
n terrible manner. "Hnrk'cg,'my
joung rock, thou shall craveTnntlMieg
ntul pray for another drink nt rujliand
present' and get It not. Hut thero Is
another cup thou shnlt drink aye, and
that to the dregs. Hack, you! I would
speak vvltli the ludj'. Well, Donna Mer
cedes," ho continued, "art still in that
pride fill mood?"
Silence. Tho girl stood erect, ills
ilnlnlully looking him full In the
"I shnll break thco jet, proud
wench!" ho shouted, "Come hither!
What! You movo not? Black Dog!
Hlack Dog, I say!"
The huge maroon lurched from be
hind his master's chair, where he hail
lain hnlf drunken.
"I'clrh me that woman!"
Mercedes wns bound nnd could not
nt flrst release her hands, but ns tho
maroon shambled lownrd her she
sprang back, struggling,
"Alvnrado, Alvarado!" she Bcrcamed.
"Help tno; save inc."
(To De Continued)
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by the sl7n of his howl.
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